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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 September 1900

safer 4 1 f r i + lJAuE2 ew 1q 4 t k t 4 1i M i > rI K1 S d V ey > w Ji r 6 Q t JJf f j k 4w Y J1J i w Manage f4 rent of a n j E fiP1 t By Hon Henry 0 Payne Vice Chairman of the Eer publican National Committee eisrrrwg wwtrawwree rrra W W Tho most remarkable feature of lhEf management of a political campaign 111 that tho organizers perfect in about J Ii four months a system that accom I plishes as much and works as smooth ly as the business machinery of a great mercantile firm that has taken per haps a lifetime to systematize The t parallel Is not quite a fair ono In ono particular a political organization Is always more or less in trim for a cam i pain while a business concern has to be Built from the ground up but even given the foundation provided by train e ed leaders in various sections of the i L country there is an amount of work to X f bo done before tho campaign can be 1 properly conducted that is astonishing to thpso who havo had nothing to dt with the inner Workings...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 September 1900

Lt 1 i rayxrwYrsxtixuwnr + aI 1 i I John W Yerkes at Mr GtoelDers Hoiiie w Y W Y y y y I Special Correspondence I CorrespondonceI Covingtpn Iy Sept 22The homo of the late Senator William Goobcl gave I John W Yerkes a splendid meeUng to 1 night It was by odds the largest inI dor meeting I of the campaign It too 1t I no parade or fireworks or ordinary campaign methods to draw a crowd Only tiie simple announcement through t lb press that fri Yerkea would speak had been made and yet tblswas aufllJ clent to draw an audience of easily lCOO i people The meeting was held in odd Fel low Hall which seats 1200 people Tho hall was crowded and many could nbC get In The audience was ropre sentalvo of the citys best citizenship o Brown Democrats were there In force and many ladles gave grace and beauty IIto tbeRudlenceIt It was an a greeablo surprise to the 1 audience when Judge Charles Slmrall i a welt known Democrat who declines I r to follow the new Democracy was In troduced aa Chairman of the ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 September 1900

Ir JJ < r < l t u f 1 1 111 < lM + L1 1 1 1 t u t t f I f 1 41 tfJ l 1 1 I it 1 E Ii f A f1 t r 1JAre r id t a t S r 11 10 1 i 1ICKETit r tII fur 14cJilcni V WtLLlAM IJKINLEY iV or Ohio t tiPor Vice President a THEODOREvROQSEVELT oi i New york I r rjii Govornpr > v t < JQHtt W YERIC1 SH Of Dahvillc Boyle COutt < 01 4 I it e i j Fo Appellate Judge Seventh D1 trltt 0O f at + MC1 Sterling M0ritgomeryCo Kjr Y r j V + v For RepreSentaUvea Ifa Congress J j Seton District WILLIAM H I YNCHI Of Mfldlsonyille Hopkins Co Kyii Third District J MKENZIE MOSS Of Bowling Green Warren Co Kyf Fourth District f ROBERT M JOLLY Of Ploverport Brecklnridge Co1 ftp Fifth District i HARVEY S IRWIN Of Louisville Jefferson Co Ky Eighth District y Jr MASbrf WILLIAMS Of Mt Vernbn RoC cn ile Co Kef Ninth District i SAMUEL JPUGH A Ot Vnnceb gSwls Co Kt < V Tenth District > NT HOPKINS Of plkevllleiPllco county Ky Eleventh District VINCENT BOREINGr JiOf London Laurel CosKy V CIVIL LIBERTY ME...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 October 1900

n J r I 1t rY iYt r r II ELIS NTH YEAR EARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 19OO NO 91 I y t 4 < I r rE Y iii r r d f a t t tIu WARNER M NEWBOLD t 1 Burled at Cave Hill Cemetery Loukville IMonday Afternoon j I I Railroad Officials All Attended Funeral of 111 This Popular Man ° i ldI man on the dlvlsioji lost a ml 1 That was the eulogy pro pounced on Warner M Newbold attar his death at Birmingham Sunday September 80 in the afternoon from a selfinflicted d d pistol wound From every indi cation the shot was fired in n sudden fit of despondency which induced a temporary mental aberration in a man of bright mind and great Qxecutive ability who liad risen toalniost the high eat place of importance and re sponsibiiity in the conductof J great railroad 1 Mr Newbold was superintend cut of the South and North Di vision of the Louisville andttash ville Railroad with headquarters at Birmingham Which important division he had handled witbl sUccess for about ten years llvj ing...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 October 1900

u 4bN oit C4 r M4L < tt = 4 r IL t > H D J fJ it1 W 1 iq 1 rl t I j > I rq or 1 1 J Irl 1 i t I 1 < oJ 2 1 II I HB13EeE LIJ h GTQN > J < 11 IC r L i I I 1pg I Ii I 1 L I I < flB 1 4 t 4 9 e I = ROOSEVELT COMING i i Great Preparations Receive HiM1 v v at Madjsorwille t SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBER 13 I I I k W J I Committees Appointed to Wdcomefthe fcV Rough Rider > i f 1 Qol Theodore Roosevelt as coming ariid willjspcak at Matii sonville Saturday morning Oc tober 18 at 915 oclock At i A > this hour the special train OH which he Will travel on his tour of Kentucky will reach Madison ville Arrangements will be made to erect a stand near the depot in an open space that will accommodate thousands of peo ple who will be there On the previous day Col Roosevelt will finish his tour of Indiana speaking at Evansville Friday night On Saturday morning he comes cometI to Henderson where he will make a twenty minute speech Then the special will proceed to Madisonville and ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 October 1900

7 tJ 7rr I I Tf I T I tI THE BEE EABLimGTPfci KYrJ < 4 rJ I I 1I II I fJ c f 1 1 I t I c 1 I f t If Ifc a1 i J t a V 4 4 I r r ys i 1 fi NEllOEWS l i fMr Leila > Uler 6n formerly of jthi plfUjo Jaujt wH6 is now making S < i5honq hi pavenpbrt Iowa is Iwrelpiv a VlslttP hen brother Will nelBbiett Pane ling btherrela it1vof m fdends v I Tom t Chanaler who hnsi been tray oiingfpr thelJQterlngar qstfng trayCo IShome Y Taylor > Iillqr and wife of Stan iiOpevvi8tei tUefamliyof R SH111 Sunday i TomifgoUi S < if tho c6imtryi has jijought the house and lot of Mr8rH J > jHillHUd will soon movo to town SiAJfay of tho faithful went loMod liivll1b t Iiear DecJdlRm speak i1 yhlldtoturnng froin Rose Creek tlicotji6r night some ofthe boys do y3ldcd to run U race It being rt very larkrnlgit thqy Iftti Into ft buggy S tflWh lob were Miss Juno Peyton and iMrR John Lunsdqn breaking tho jfirni of tho yonnglady and smashing i1p things generally 4 Sir Ira Ford who hrts Jjqbn rail goading ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 October 1900

it stjlKi Ai w l z 4 + > 1d s v i 5re j ArLyrsl j l > < Y 5 f 7 itrr < c t 4 jf < CO j 1 I Y jf A I i i 1 r y n r lt 4 1 f < I H iHEJ3EEtf JgLINa1QN KY 1 t ai w 1 k b ti r ° a t kt fdr R jr jFt I 1 tr I + l l I 4 i rr I 1I f r e rV Mti r it I r 0 I r r i > 1 + t r j 5eatzlly i ir r N Y w f tfuel fee I i PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher rJ SUBSCRIPTION RATES r 4100Sixalionths SlxMonthB 50 Three Mpths 125 125SingloQoples Specimen copies mailed free on ap Correspondents wanted in all parts + of the county Address us forpar ticulars Telephone No 12 THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 1900 REPUBLICAN TICKET 11 For President X1 J WILLIAM MoKINLEX i f Y For VicePresident THEODORE ROOSEVELT For Governor JOHN W YERKES For Congress t It WILLIAM LYNCH Of Hopkins County YERKES continues to have over flow meetings of liberty gloving citizens wherever ho goes and continues to be introduced i by prominent men of old time Dom ocratic affiliation GEN FUNSTON writes from the Philippines that he ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 October 1900

n 0r D adJ ti J < to 4 THE BEE EAHLINGTON KYw 5 J III 1 M 1 Ik I A y vl + r t a y f r s r r M1 7 r J a25 7 o 1 rf 1 f + > r It t t J tFri II I i t 1 1 I j I i t I06AINEWS IThQrecont cool weather was an ImmoriM ioiiefi Hopkins county farmers havo hrid H proBporous year prosporousyearTeddy Teddy Itopspvelt will have a big crowd at Mftdlsonyilio Brakeman Corbett and wife are happy over the arrival of a fine boy < The ReV E P Crpiyfl was expelled from tho Louisville Conference for drunkonnessi > Dr Walker XPiner has been transfer d from Hopklnsyllle to Bowling Green it oems froni all Indications that the people of Kentucky have had enough of GoebeHsuii t Paul M Moorp ° attended tho Louis = yule Conference at Elizabeth town last Saturday and Sunday Ha was a lay delegate from the Henderson District Rev G W Lyon was returned to the pastorate of the Methpdfst church at Madlsonvlllo The mem bers of that church will give him a hearty welcome Rev B TV Wilsbnvof Hanson who f Joined ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 October 1900

t < f = u H W U J7 U f A I r 6 l t rfiH E BEE w t EARLl NGTdN KY + y ry r V i d l iw 4 r c i w 4 e i r l 14 f 14a r 1 4 rl G r < Gi jIn r k 1 1i e I MANvsPRONS1T1ONAlignment Ike Alignment of the Powers on p the German Proposition Defiaitely Stated TIE DREIBUND SHOWS A SOLID FRONT ki t V Great UritalB nula and Franc A Stand with the United State IVbtle Japan Occnplc a Htddlc 1 tf Altitude Kotblne Known of a New Proponlttcm Washington Sept 3Olbc align xaen of the powers on the German proposition to make the punishment of the Chinese ringleaders a condi tion precedent to negotiations mar now be stated as follows Great Brit ain Russia and France stand with tho United States in regarding this proposition as inexpedient Japan OCt cttpiea a middle attitude she is will lag to follow the German lead if all the other powers are agreeable but only for the sake of preserving har isony among the powers and not from a belief in the wisdom of tha German proposition Dretbmul Show a Solid Fron...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 October 1900

n G j i fTHa SEE SARLlIJtEilOrt KY 7 ° i r r I 1 I 1fii > r h r i 1 r I t 11 j a r 1 I t t f i 1 r j i tt JHE ra 1TUAT14N AT FKANKFORJv I The 4o tihbf tie Hbuse of tlio7ininifetly unfair jpjrtiifn and iniscliietouB bill without name lijttgjnstouMed the Stab r x Tjie bill has been drawn with thev sKilt of Satan t arid it lf4ns I wsinfiil as Stan himself could make it flagrantly violates every principle of iair play and is in contempt of ° every reasonable rule dictafced by experience or common BonBe len in the Sexiate who ito for the Svelfare of the State or for tile fu tirO of the Democratic party should give the people a per fectly fair a manifestly uon partisan la v Then if tjie Democratic contingent in the House rejects it the people Outraged by the GOO bel law and doubly outraged by this later law Wity reckon with the malefactors at the polls f Saturday the Selnte lveiit to work In earnest jin ji is Inani test that the people are in a majority in that body VY In opposition to...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 October 1900

t i c J I 6 r4B TIiS 43F g E S RhJNX91 KY < rnp 1 J xj t 4 4 Rf 11 l er tqi ti Y I i 4j 1 f fr sAYw iPi H x Hr r THE SUNDAY SCHOOL t LESSON I FOURTH QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES OCT 7 y u flTfSt oC the LeiBon Luke Ytv It femotT Vcr e 1314 GoUen Text pL1IkeXJv 11 Commentary Pre Pared by the tlev D M Stearns Copyright 1300 by American Press Asso ciation wickedwatcheth watcheth the righteous and seckcth to i d slay him Ps xxxvll 32 Remember of ways who Jesus was God manifest In the f flesh God tho Great Creator of all things y on earth In human form to live the life i that mail should lire and by taking mans place as a sinner against God and bearing that which was due to us for sin prov d ing for us tbe forgiveness of sins and the power to live the life that Ho requires In tho gospels we BOO Him coming to Israel as their Messiah if perchance they wDl accept Him that He may set up on earth the kingdom of which the prophets bud spoken and tor which some devout ones were watching Lake...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 October 1900

1 Ir rr yi n r j C SUPPLEMENT TOw M i f EIVIIE nA D L I NA tt 1EE = c f = = EAEII GTON KY THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 1900w J I Ii V Mr t + 1 h b iPr r J i t V f t 1 f i i f tG m t s t 1 R SI r t i a r t L LOOK tIKE WINNERS o Cant Figure Out Anything But Victory Albert Halstead In Ixmlsvlllo Post I Washington Sept 29 President I McKlnleys letter of acceptance seems i > to mark the hpglnnlng of the real fight for tho Presidency Ho accepts tho Iseuo of Imperialism tnado by tho Dept aerate and forces the fighting on teat battlefield without subordinating the question of free colnago of silver Judg ing by tho manner In which Mr Mc 1 Klpleys letter bas been received ho tin gained a point on hlo adversary by his defense of tho Republican partys treatment of the Philippine question and by emphasizing tho danger oHrco coinage which Mr Bryan and his sup porters would seek to obscure Tho Democracy rondo tho paramount Issue that of Imperialism but MrBry nn succeeded contrary to tho Judgment of tho b...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 October 1900

7n 1 c Y 4 I r 1f PAGE r w 1jIt 4 1R A J ftmt plII J d A 1 trtl H 11 r qrj y J < I fh tIJItiz tiz tit Ii1 1 11 R i > r + X r c I e rXi c rXiR s Ss t 1 kX kXr I a 1 4 i r t t 7 > f i d k 1 If J F k c Ji ItLi Li I r J r t 1 r I ii Ml P k 1 1 j r a t l A k tj + t 1slEf s tr r J i t t t j 1 1 l Sr rotr w I oasoooo00oo 0 oboooooo bo C 0 000000 0 op 0 0 in the rM unt ins I 00000000000000000000000q 0000000 H6nJ9mW Yerkes pn been nm1 Vpdlgnirig for a few days in tho mourii talus and the reception ho has had at every point has shown the Intensity of feeling of the mountain people and the determination to roll Up an unpre cedented eHpubllcan majority The mountaineers have been denounced In language almost unparalleled for po litical venom and sectional hatred and It Is not surprising that they should I be thoroughly aroused and determined to answer their slanderers at the ballot box Mr Yerkes first mountain meeting + was at Manchester the county seat of ofP Clay county on Thursday an...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 October 1900

7 1 I i J I 1 If I j j 1 fj c I 1 1 i J i r j I l + 1 + IY DAGIY to R I till f 0 c I LL < i L j Y I I ft 3s < i s c + i I I I j I I II i Jt 11 j a f i j II r IJ 1 If l r j r I V I tf 3 mmntmmnrinnimi mm mmm nmnnmft te E The Colorado Outrage 3 E 4 OS Free Speech Throttled 4 Sy Silver Trust Hirelings 9 i 7ilUUlul u11uu11 11UlIquW11811u11U111U1d U11IIIUlui u A ffi Those pour misguided men at Vic tor are more to bo pitied than con domned Law bronzing la never a good political gamo I can stand all this kInd o t thing they choose to glyo mo Its the very sort of thing I am flgJt Ing against as a candidate for officer Jh jJ reason and patriotism against tie rule of iho mob Theodora Roosevelt on his expedience at Victor Col f FULSTORYOF RJOT 1 y Social to Chicago TiiuosHerald x > Crlpplo Creek Col Sept 20 = do v e Roosevelt I Republican candidate for Vice President was assaulted and al most mobbed at Victor late this after i noon r A mob composed of 150 Irresponsible ruffians not re...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 October 1900

1 C r 7 1NY J 1 l A NY I tIM P M x A I Hi c ti i a i aft 1 r 1 s I 4t 1 4 r 4 It tlk l I y g 4 i S 1f 1fw 4 r J 1 4 J d Hi R PULICANTICKET4 i 1 r 4 J r > Fo Prostdcnt INLAYs j iV WOWS h S T 1 f For Vice laretddent 1 o f THEODORE ROOSEVELT t > Of vow York I ir For Govcrnbr JOHN W YBmC V Of Danville Boyle County 55 I jFor Appellate Judge Seventh Distrlci r r y EDWARD C OREAR I prMf Sterling Montgomery Co Ky 1 l s t i fl I 1 Far Representatives In Congress 1 t t First District t > BENJAMIN Q KEYS I j 1 tot Murray Cnllpvay Co Ky r Second District WILtLYM1 it LYNCH 1Ot Mad ol1vU1e Hopkins Co Ky A l Third District 1 J MKENZIB MOSS v = Of Bowling Sreen Warren Co Ky r t Fourth District > ROBERT M JOLLY Oi Cloverport Brecklnrldge Co Kf i Districti v HAftVEY S IRWIN v i f Of Louisville Jefterson Co Ky S S t Eighth District j MASON WILLIAMS Of Jit Vqrpbn Rpckcaslb Co Kr x rNlnthDlstrct t SAMUEL J > PUOH e Of ° VahcoJn LqwIaxCoJCy th I Tenth District NT HOPKINS Of PiUevlilo Pike ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 October 1900

r j 1 > k tiY A t fl 1 > 1 ftl ELEVENTH YEAR E ARLINGTON HOPKIWS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 11 1900 r1VO 4O t ROOSEVELT j iiGreat Preparations Being Made f to Receive Him in Hopkins t fJ 1 f r PRELIMINARIES ALL ARRANGEDv e t MdisonVille Will Be filled Wit h I a Throng of Enthusiastic People 1 JUDGE WH YOST WILL ALSO SPEAK or Roosevelts Triumphal Tour Tlirougn Nearly All the Congressional Distrlcbn Dr A D James was in Madi sonvillo Tuesday to see Oounts d Chairman John B Harvey and rfhis coworkers with reference th the arrangements for the recep I tion of Governor Roosevelt and p his party on Saturday morning Dr James will have personal charge of the Roosevelt special and is arranging personally the details for the reception and 4speaking at each point Avhcro the o distinguished statesman and sol dier will speak along his trium phal march at 50 miles an hour through Koutuckv from Hen derson to Louisville by way of Guthrie and Bowling Green on his first day in the State Th...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 October 1900

I n i II + i 1 riU 1 H jIt 11UH 7 Hr II H Uf JMi f Jot J 0 13i w > 1 j t I h 4 t Y ywpa 4 a yy 11rw IT 1 e r 0I t A r I 4 2 THE BEE EARLINGTU1I KY J J l J 1 f LOCOMOTIVE > BL4STS1 r > < f Operator Martin of Nortonvlllo i J r r was called to Greenville last week to attend court w r Operator willlngham after a few days restvlia9 resumed his duties as night operator hereI Dispatcher Griffin who has been sick at his home In Ohio is now able to resume work It seems to bo a settled fact that r Gov Roosevelt will pass over this V week en route to Louisville 1 e 1 Chas Kennedy yard switchman n has taken a few days layoff a jj will Visit relatives In Ohio Joseph Muir formerly conductor on the Providence train Is now flag y t man on a passenger train on the L l H St L road Rumor says that a straw Vote on it the Illinois Central at one point shows that 80 per cent of the em ployes favor Yerkes for governor 1 Work is now under headway Inin the new depot here and the carpe n r tars s...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 October 1900

4 i > l THE BEE EARUMBTON KY f j J J roo I 4 1 t r Jt NEFO IS IJILtIVINC I 6H 1 I I I fbjin Brwhcr anc Jud rtonn Making i V Republhan Votes 4y y i i USTIC JS TlUKS 1 iEV A E iJBLfMI 1 Nbbo is still botmlnfc Our streets t resent a Liisy npiaatanco Work has obnurieuced on tIo LaW brick istoro lIo1d Will bt pusho I forward Dr Tllf ord has bqvig t tho Mitob oil pr pertynnds IraYfng the old storehouse tern dcwi Tad will en large tha dwelling I The vOrko hen nvlnctory be I ing pushed A few farmers lfve sold Uidlr to bacco For once th buyers arc moro anxious than the sailors e Bro J F Story filled its regular appointmqnt Saturday nfteruopu 1 i jl and Sunday c Ii Farmois ore yer1 bust sowing I A YhQa anJ gras I whQatanlgraBiThbcprn V Thbcprn crop is yoiy lipht tor over half the Usual avot Ago Hogs are scarce and ui Jorstzo 3 Boro to Mr and Mrs Svill Hodge ft son sonIra 1 Ira Ford and sister returned Sat jurday night from Muhlonborg where they had been visiting for several days ill t T Ha...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 October 1900

r m4 = + > t w r 4 rwtOLEdr u y + i 14 To THE BEE EARL1NGTQN KY I r tI 7 ii Q I i c A no ti flr 1 1 1 3 ee PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher a v SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Years 100 i f3lX Months 60 iThreoMonths 2G Single Copies 6 Specimen copies mailed free on ap s r plication Correspondents wanted in all parts of the county Address us for par ticulars Telephone No 12 I r THURSDAY OCTOBER II 1900 r REPUBLICAN TICKET b w I 1 TT For President WILLIAM MoKINLEJ 11 f For VicePresident j j THEODORE ROOSEVELT For Governor I I JOHN W YERKES i For Oongress WILLIAM LYNCH Of Hopkins County Goy ROOSEVELT in Hopkins JSaturday Hurrah for the Rough RoughRider r Rider 1 l CONGRESSMAN ALLEN is perhaps t r tnot on record as ever having made Jfa motion to adjourn but he did h votes to admit the Mormon to Cvoteto Congress i r HAS Ruby Laffoph made a speech at Baugh s school house i this year That is the burning i question which the windjammers should discuss Gov W 0 BRADLEY delivered I ifmagnificent sp...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 October 1900

1 y 4 I r r I k t i THE BEE EARUNGTON KY p t LOCAL NEWS r Miss Lizzie Dean Is now telephone < operator at the Esrlington exchange Born to Mr and Mrs Thomas Ryan on Monday morning a fine boyThe The longest drouth since 1850 at i Rlchland Ky was broken by a I heavy rain Saturday night i nt Mr and Mrs W D Crenshaw wore made happy early last week 1I over the arrival of a little daughter j Rev B M Ourrlo preached some f excellent sermons at the ME church South to goodaizod congre gations last Sunday and made a fine impression novo R M Wheat filled his pulpit at MainStreet Owensboro last Sun day and Is delighted with his new charge He will movo his family to Owonsboro in a short time b Tim Osborno Lumber Company has been organized at Qwonsboro with capital stock of 15000 to operate planing mill etc which will bo vro moved from MIddlesbbro to Owens boro boroA A letter from Prof E B Bourland says ho is well pleased with Lexing ton and also Kentucky University J whloh institution he enter...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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