|The Kentucky Standard Dec 15 1900 Vol 1 Number 1 - Page 3|
|Miss Eleanor Wickliffe closed a successful term of school at Botland last week.|
Master Thomas Wilson, son of Mr. Eugene Wilson, is ill of stomach trouble.
Misses Ellen Carothers is visiting relatives and friends in Louisville this week.
Mrs. Hal Muir and children, of Bloomfield, are spending several weeks here with relatives.
Miss Estelle Losson is spending the winter with her aunt, Mrs. Smith, who lives in Detroit, Mich.
Removals. - Mr. Owen Clark, who resides near the Fair Grounds has accepted a position at Moore's distillery, near here, and will move his
|family to town. - Mrs. Bettie Edelen will remove from the Tuohy property on Broadway to the J. W. Thompson house near the old brickyard. - We are informed that Mr. J. B. McGinnis will remove here from Frankfort at an early date and will occupy the Touhy property which he recently purchased.|
Miss Mary Martin, of Elizabethtown, who had been visiting Miss Shirley Nichols, has returned home.
Misses May and Mattie Lewis were in Louisville last week to attend the Strauss concert and hear Julia Marlowe.
Miss Mattie Willett closed her term of school at Bear Creek last week. Miss Willett is an industrious and capable teacher and will open a winter term near St. Thomas.
Mr. Mattingly and family, of Daviess county, have been visiting friends and relatives in this and adjoining counties. They spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. George R. Mattingly and family, of Bardstown.
A number of Bardstown people attended the inauguration of Governnor Beckham at Frankfort Tuesday.
|Judge F. E. Daugherty, Hon. Eli Brown, County Clerk F. Boone Rapier and others were among the number.|
Mrs. Hez Stallard and mother, Mrs. Annie King, of Lebanon, are visiting the family of Mr. Henry Su[th]erland, near town, where they will remain until spring. At that time Mr. Stallard, who has been engaged in the undertaking business for some time at Lebanon, will remove his family to Spokane, Wash., where they will make their future home. Mrs. King will accompany them to their future home.
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