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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 September 1897

lIZT "iMfcr -1 vyr Ta.u... . , Ty? vstr; 1 ' ' '- '"'" 4;8fw!J'"",'t fji$wjHpy itjapg.tirx'T1; -' 'WAP' mnw"?i . '-Sil, "P-7r -1 ( A '! WW'l "W" " T'vwi'.v - -; InRaHIFW nafBJHBBJB?7n?J" . - T- - t .7 .W I h I r-1 i iSH--. m, Cj o EXCHANGE ROLLER MILLS. FRANK TUTT, PROPRIETOR, MADISONV1LLE. - KY. Makes unsurpassed Ftowr, MoaU Hraw. Crash! Corn, Feed Meal every thing a htst-class tuitl jlucvs. The people of the county are invitwl to co in and b Uratwl lisht. Gives on exchange as much as any mill, aiul guarantor- satis faction. Flour warranted to lc superior qualit . -Trade With Webster, McLean and Adjoining Counties Solicited sTIINNF.SSEE CENTENNIAL The Exhibit of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway At the Terminal Station in the Centennial Grounds is one of the most interesting, instructive, and costly displays at the Exposition, and should be seen hy every visitor. It consit-ts of an artistically arranged ' display ol Agricultural Products, Minerals, Timbers, Valuable ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 September 1897

r;w " . '. . '. 1 . EIGHTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1897. NO. 37 lHfy'' ' m "' -'' Jk- ' HP- IL R Pit a i tp v i .? t. WT En aftsss . i ? or"1 iiiH B TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. -NASHVILLE, - CHATTANOOGA AND ST, LOUIS ..' ' RAILROA'D. don;t forget itj ).ly'lfii-linOjrou sccuro the jMaximura of Speed. Safety. Comfort. Satisfaction, ot Iba Minimum ot Experts. Anxiety. Bother asa raiiguc. I BXCUHSIO.V TICKETS Onsale'at redboed rates from all points on lull lino and conned fon to Nashville and return during the continuance of the Ten aetset Centennial nnd International Expo lition. ' rULLJiAX rA'-ACE SLEEPING CAMS Between, Nasbvillo nnd Cbattanoogi, At lanta. Augusta, Macon, Jacksonville. Knoxvflle, Ashovllle, Washington. Ualli more, Philadelphia, New York, Ports moulb, Norfolk, Jackson, Memphis, Little Hock, Texarnana, Sherman, Waco, Dallas and Fort Worth. "PALACE DAY COVCIIES OX ALL TRAINS. , ' - Information Pertaining ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 September 1897

Bzz3nflkeHHHHJ l 1 1 vr V - -' - ' ""'-' " - - - - -' ., , , -- - - ,T" - rr - ,. . , . c fl :ff dSms I republican ticket, " -j j '& "JfTSSiTSl LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS. PERS0NAL- , .JT -I? ava T a l-f--lff ' ?mx&ss&vnx mo r. Mewm wood, or WMhimt.il, :;ffi us " '(VVV H7 -g " 1 sUklM St, Forest Porler. Populist and Democrat Tha Louiullle nd Na.Uvlllle railroad Ind'' IvW,,D ,he faralrofR' W W" JI HB 5 &g f L M JMKinWtf nominee for county clerk, was In the city has given nn order to the United States Miss LtIe Hufl is visiting friers la iry I J k PAUL M. MQORB. Editor and Manager. , t-rS-sSiSSSS. ggSSj; B needed by poor, tired mothers, over- KBEt5ri Monday. I XV JtrMJk7A-VV-Wn, egl!-3,&5v3gi worked and burdened with care, dcblll- KfHflMu Wm HanwlrU and Wm tir.. hn.h boxcars. The con ulll Aggregate about Miss Ninnon Umslead spent Friday U - f II f 4S flffiMMgiMMiir tatcdond run down becauso of poor, thin HHMagf IKWF. , ., ... ... ,. ', , io.6oo. This cidtr ill hate 'the tif...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 September 1897

IK -j R" in &i fc- jk f& - J F I ' ' lss Writing 4HH llevo to lb k E have paid kV ' your little ' U WM 3nbMttM roc C$tW LOCAL NEWS. C Frarik D. Hash will leave in a slisrt while (or Boston, where he goes to qnter for a three years' course at college. Mr. L. 11. O'Brien took his son, Douglas, to Mobile, Ala., last week, where ho entered him at school for the winter. Miss Susan Atkinson leaves this week focSwathmorc, Pcnn., where she will attend Swathmorc Col lege, an institution of the Society of Friends. J. T. Alexander and Mrs. Ella O'Connor have just returned from Cincinnati where they have been buying a supply of dry goods, etc., etc., for fall and winter trade. Alexander's stock will he more complete than ever. Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. Robinson, of Sullivan, Ind., visited Mr. Rob inson's mother and other relatives here last week and this. Ed was half sick, but could not be kept from his work and hurried hack homo Tuesday. A fine well of sulphur water is reported to nave been d...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 September 1897

psjjiYT?'"w"srf"" s i"jfvww(;ii,iju"- "iip. J rr-r-l "-b-t "J (SJBSiBTe IT "J Pf TflFT "V oTHnc-; i -. i & aaaaLJ. . TfJbyaWMaaHyfaAaihHM3g H !i JO 7 . V u. EXCHANGE ROLLER MILLS. .FRANK TUTT, PROPRIETOR, MADISON VILLE. - KY. , Makes unsurpassed Flour, Meal, ; iMcal every thing a hrst-class ryot the county arc invited to t JOJvfis on oxchanec as much as . . . ' ,... faction. lMour wnrranicu iu hb Trade With Webster, McLean TE'nWSSEE CENTENNIAL EXPOSITIONS NAS-!iv,LTNcSScn The Exhibit of the ' Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway Attlic Terminal Station in the Centennial Grounds is one of the most interesting, instructive, and costly displays at the Exposition, and should be seen by every visitor. It consists of an artistically arranged display ol Agricultural Products, Minerals, Timbers, Valuable Relics, Curiosities, etc., collected from points along the line traveled by this Road, which penetrates the most fertile and picturesque portions of the South. Trains leave the ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 September 1897

sP& EIGHTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1897 -SUPPLEMENT. NO. 37 . M mi . SILVER ACROBATS. WONDERFUL FEATS OF W. J. BRYAN AND F. E. WHITE AS FREE TRADE AND FREE SILVER DEMOCRATS. they Iloth Laud nnil Ciirno Chrnpncs. Vint Crodlt It to Inientlro Oonltn mill Then IlUmo It on tlio "Crimo of '73." What r. E. White Said III 1803 "This Universal Ulculnjj of Lower Prices." "Things Sell Lower Ilecaiuo They Aro Made Cheaper" "Thoy Aro Matin Cheap er llecausoof Hotter Method and Proo-uhi"-Uo Should Kxplaln Ills Present Inconsistent Position and StntcinenU. Thero nto no greater cconoinlo ocro bats tlniu (ho stiver Democrats now giv ing exhibitions in this country. Thoy turn somersaults nud fllpflnps backward and forward so fast (lint it makes us dizzy to watch them. In ono year or ono campaign they uro landiug cheapness and the- inventive- genius which cnused it, mid in tho uoxt they aro cursing choapnesa and tho causo of cheapness. All of tho freo tr...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 September 1897

Mmt$i imt$Dimn m T um J tfnV .,..,.iy.., r.,.f.--.. r -.p-j "S V . y vy-v' s - '? fel 1 ! ft t n; fr -i h (Jibe Ijfeloe PAUL M. MOORD, Editor nnd Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. - Incorporated.) Entered the rcstolRce at rtarllnRton a Second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES- Oae Year, tlrlctly in advance 1 1 oo Six Month, ' 50 ThrecMonthi, " ' as Slnclo Copies . J Specimen copies mailed frco on application Correspondents named in all pant of tht onnlv. Address nt for particulars THURSDAY, SEPTEMDEK iG. 1S97. Islands Owned by States. the United (Washington Tost ) Distributed over the mid-Pacific, in the neighborhood ol the equa tor, are finite a lot of sui.ill islands that belong to the United States. Most of them arc from 1,000 to 2. 000 miles to the south and south west of Hawaii. Some ol them are near the Gilbert archipelago, and there is a considerable cluster just about the lesser distance mentioned and directly south of the Hawaiian group, including America, Christ mas, Palmjro...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 September 1897

L&fc&&J T-(y- T-''ln- 1-v K.iW!'.- EIGHTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1897. NO. 38 13. lr - F ! " V r H 7 i- ft.' &$$ &Z T'SJSrf -".J i. 'SXcir-i VUV- -fV ;,. U1V" TboiAW u ie'vt " S tri 5: 5iw TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOBA AND ST, LOUIS RAILROAD. DON'T FORGET IT I Dy this lino you secure tho Maximum of Speed, Safety, Comfort, Sitisfactioa, at (be Minimum of .Expense, Anxiety, Dotber and Fatigue. EXCURSION TICKETS Onsalaat reduoed rates from all points on tbis lino and connection to Nashville and return during the continuance of the Ten nessee Centennial and International Expo sition. PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CAKS Uetwreen Nashville and Chattanooga, At lanta. Augusta, Macon, Jacksonville, Knoxvillo, Asbevitle, Washington, Haiti more, Philadelphia, New York, Ports mouth, Norfolk, Jackson, Memphis, Little Hock, Texamana, Sherman, Waco, Dallas and Fort Worth. PALACE DAY COICIIES ON ALL...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 September 1897

- ' -jt -.- f I ' i : 1 i ' J - I i f r ' teak M T , i u ti 1 ' 0?ejHf$ee PAUL At. MOORG. Editor -n Maimer. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. (Incorporated,) Entered the Pcitoffice at Earllugton at Second elm miller. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: t).u Veir.Mtlctlrih advance l oo Six Months, r " 50 ThreeMonths, " J Single Copies ,vv 5 Specimen copies mailed free on application. Correspondents wanted in all parts of the county. Address ns tor particulars. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. '897. SUNl MCNrfflMHUimifSAT HHl i e 3 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 SI 22 23 24 2& 26fc7 281 2930 ANNOUNCEMENTS. rO COMMONWEALTH'S ATTOXNIV. - RASSHAM We are authorised to announce VJ C C Grassham, of Livingston county, as a National Democratic candidate for tbe office of Commonwealth's Attorney. 01 tnc rourinjuaicni District, subject to tbe action of tbe oters at tbe coming ftovemoer election. We have the initial number of "Ads," published by H. M. Cald well, Louisville. Ins a handsomely gotten up pamphlet, published mon...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 September 1897

jj'l irtRl rf" f J K prT - , V v r PinKs"' IA " 0 CteBta&e "S)j 3n&usfrij to frfjripe." LOCAL NEWS. lftbechlggar Were bigger As bis as a cow And his digger Hail vigor Lite a tubsoiler plow, Can ou figutf, Picnicker, Where joh would be now? Ex, Our Assessor. (Leuisburg News ) Earlington has a lady female as sessor. Not a citizen can conceal anything of value, or of no value, from assessment or discussion in that town now. Wooden Weddlnjj. Invitations arc out for the cele bration of their wooden weddings by Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Ross and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baicy, at Madisonville, the 28th day of Sep tember. The hours are, for ladies, 4 to G; for gentlemen, 6 to 8. Our Schools. In an interview with school School Superintendent Smith he said to The Bee that the percent ago of attendance in the schools of the county was hi;h mid quite encouraging. He albo siid that the Magisterial district institutes had been well ultended. Prof. Smith will be on hand at the Second district institut...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 September 1897

K53X?s3 "?p X M ft if , ts r vffj r H M j I H v w EXCHANGE ROLLER MILLS. FRANK TUTT, PROPRIETOB, MADISONVILLE, - KY. Makes unsurpassed Flour, Meal, Bran, Crushed Corn, Feed Meal every thing a first-class mill produces. The people of the county are invited to come in and be treated liht. Gives on exchange as much as any mill, and guarantees satis faction. Flour warranted to he superior quality. Trade With Webster, McLean and Adjoining Counties Solicited TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL The Exhibit of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway V$ &&X. the Terminal Station in the Centennial Grounds is one of the most interesting, instructive, and costly displays at the Exposition, and tfshould be seen by every visitor. It consists of an artistically arranged -5ispldy ot Agricultural Products, Minerals, Timbers, Valuable Relics, Curiosities, etc., collected from points along the line traveled by this ' 'Road, which penetrates the most fertile and picturesque portions of lthe South. Tr...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 September 1897

r 4'f ' - J- v - YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KEN' 'UCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1897. NO. 39 fcV 'EIGH3?? -' jHH 1' 4tj ' .... v z wis. if wppermintM P", . kZ buy & sLsllH ij IHKi 1 JSsHK MMMMMMHMMBaHHaWMHMMMHMMMM TEtiNESSEE CENTENNIAL AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILROAD. DON'T FORGET IT I ly this line you cecare me Maximum oi Speed, Safely, Comfort, Satisfaction, at i Minimum ol i-.xpcnse. Anxiety, uoiner ad FatUim. EXCUKSIO.N TICKETS Onsale at reduoed rates from all points on this line and connection to Nashville and- return during th continuance of tlie Ten neeeCenlenntl and International Expo Itton, PULLMAN I A LACE SLEEPING CAIIS Ueteen Nashville and Chattanooga, At Unit, Augusta, Macon, Jacksonville, Knoxville, Asheville, Washington, Ualll (bom. Philadelphia. New York, Ports- noultuKorfolk, Jackson, Mrmphis, Liulo Keck, Texanana, Sherman, Va:o, Dallas , and Tort Worth ffAUfJE BAY C0VCIIE3 US ALL TRAIN'?. 'f . . . . Information...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 September 1897

'n"1 wmhafttbiiMM f-ITvf-r -T555 r-T Ji-t. qpi fW" v"- i cr " y!7WiB "l" 'I'Jfl'INi I'liim, i'H j'"mh 'm y -s- (RWlfVS! T: ,r '"T" ' mm!MM''iW 'IHHIPIfr, V kJWPPPW rr. (tbcfe3ce IMUL M. M00RB, Editor and Marnier. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. (Incorporated. Entered the Pcttoffice t Earllwston a Second elut matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: One Vear, strictly In advance Si oo Six Montha, ' " 50 ThreeMontha. S Single Copies 5 Specimen copies mailed free on application. CorreiDondcnts wanted in all parts o( the county. Address us (or particulars. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1897. SmKiiwi aK6ffi (ALENDAR SlJNlMONlTOMHU M ssn m rM & 10 n 12 13 n 15 16 17 is IS 20 21 22 23 24 25 Z&Zt S8I 230, Ex-Governor John Brown thinks "Dick" alive. Young Tate is General Neai. Dow, tht veteran Prohibitionist, was yesterday re ported at the point of death at his home in Portland, Me. The Mayfield Mirrorhas issued a handsome "harvest and centennial edition" that points to prosperous conditions in that thriving t...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 September 1897

V i- " rT7ri r ) w i ? y. - ' v gHBP "3u 3nbusiru toe tTIjripc." LOCAL NEWS. As husba .s husbands you aren't quite all. O men I 'You' really should bo unless Vereou wooing your sweethearts oer again Tbsy would think of you now as ihcy 5 thought of you then "'" And joyously answer "Yes," L A. W Bulletin Esq. T. R. Card well is a candi date (or the office of police judge lor tlic city of Madisonville. i Z Dr. Geo. . Gooclt nnd family have removed to Umpire, where the. Doctor, as announced before in these columns, wilt practice his profession and make his home '" ' -! Ill j 'the Tabernacle committee at Madisonville have gotten to the point of asking for bids for the erection of the proposed edifice. This looks like business. Else Altetvin Tin: I3ee will be seen the advertisement for plans and speci fications. Considerable repairing is now being done by property owners in Earlington, preparatory for the winter. Leaky roofs only let in the sunshine now, but theru may come a time when the...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 September 1897

"''-f&y 4 "fcllJPf1 SWp-?R. I TS"" - V Aij. t K m 3K EXCHANGE ROLLER MILLS. FRANK TUTT, PBOPRIETOR, .MADISONVILLE, - KY. Makes unsurpassed Flour, Meal, Bran, Crushed Corn, Feed Meal every thing a lust-class mill produces. The people of the county arc inited to come in and be treated right. Gives on exchange as much as any mill, and guarantee?: satis faction. Flour warranted to lie superior quality. Trade With Webster, McLean and Adjoining Counties Solicited TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL The Exhibit of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway At the Terminal Station in the Centennial Grounds is one of the most interesting, instructive, and costly displays at the Exposition, ond should be seen bv everv visitor. It consists of an artistically .11 ranged display ol Agricultural Products, Curiosities, etc., collected from points along Road, which penetrates the most fertile and the South. Trains leave the Union Depot, minutes for the Centennial Terminal Station. Route. Fare, Five Cent...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 7 October 1897

M-.T.- Tv -v- IV. ,. - EIGHTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTYfKBNTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1897. NO.-40 P 4 . 1 Hi '-, aBsP" ymmb i Wr Jdfc m FalH first ifUo IJW .' .l1 " ot?..e i..JlATJ IWiisBfiUWO ., -rsoftViis Ait?! lYu fxywr&& .nam s-uubft! -.. r.YIW" . ,i6ii. N-V "-ifer-,-"X,a" . SSM icwrfti.vvt " tvs iswrroisf. Auvoft OS :,Acoiv $ f flft TOW i " S wi;:.: MSSS M l YT.,eUcw:A t-n.. x. ..Aie .-.. '".. vtl " wntv. J an v VAiO -v "..,- tvo K& SStt.wfJ .nlte VVlOt .l iVtn tV. 'ENNESSEE 3ENTENNIAL AND ITERNATIONAL :positidn, NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILROAD, DON'T FORSET IT I - this line you secure the Maximum of ed. Safely. Comfort, Satisfaction, at i Minimum of Expense, Anxiety, Dotber !, Fatigue. i EXCURSION' TICKETS i Mle at reduoed rates from atl points on i line and connection to Nashville and i during tlur continuance of the Ten i Centennial and International Expo- VULUIAN PALACE SLEEPING CAUS lletween Nashville and Chattanooga, At- anta, Augusta, M...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 7 October 1897

r "gFW IP WS- ri w V u I Bee PAUL M. MOORE, Editor and MnKr. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. (Incorporated 1 i Entered ihePcstoBlce at Eailinmen Second cliat matter. . SUBSCRIPTION KATES' OnoYetr.Mrlctlrinadranee Six Momht, ' " J ThreeMonllu, " " S Single Copies ... ... ,--,. 5 Specimen copie mailed free on application. Correspondents wanted in all parts ol tne conntr. Address ni for particnlart. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1S97. pNRN BEE Ten dollar tobacco goes pretty well with one dollar wheat, or even ninety cent wheat for that matter. That's the kind of tobacco our farmers are selling now. We acknowledge the receipt of a complimentary pass to the Christian County Fair to be held at Hopkinsvillc October 8th and gth, Friday and Saturday of this week. Livingston county has just voted on the question of the sale of intoxicating liquors, and has gone dry. The total vote polled in the county was 1,275; the majority against whiskey, 545. Saturday is the first pay day for the public school teachers of...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 7 October 1897

" ' r 3 i. , .,r- "' PT"" ' b i -Jk r S t 1 "' A m ' )3u 3tibiislru we CIji'loc." LOCAL NEWS. Announcement has been made that Miss Callie Wade and Mr. John Wilson were to bo married at ihe home of the bride's parents last night. Mr. J. T. Alexander, the popu lar Madisonville merchant, an nounces in The Hex: this week a special cloak, opening for the bene fit of the Karlinglon people. See his advertisement. Henry Holland is the only newly made convict that will he sent up by the present term of ihu Hop kins County Circuit Court. And I'is term is jdiorj. He gets one j ear on the charge of assaidt with intent to kill. Mrs. M. M. Murphcy, who is always at the front in millinery business in Madisonville, has a handsome advertisement in this issue of Tut: Bi:k calling attention to her splendid line of new goods. See her announcement. Several of Harry Corey's teams have been hauling dust which Co'. Robert Wood, im Parker and others have shoveled off the high way between here and Madisor vi...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 7 October 1897

-t tl 1 , 1 1 in , K.V ft , it 9 11 1 1 LN tfftj A '"h afl EXCHANGE ROLLER MILLS. FRANK TUTT, PROPRIETOR, MADISON VILLE, - KY. Makes unsurpassed Flour, Meal, Bran, Crushed Corn, Feed Meal every thing a lust-class mill produces. The people of the county are invited to come in and he treated right. Gives on exchange as much as any mill, and guarantees satin faction. Flour warranted to he superior quality. Trade With Webster, McLean and Adjoining Counties Solicited NEW ENTERPRISE STOVES "IS: 200,000 SVCtr OHM GIVINO BATfSFAOTtOH. They are made of Southern Iron by Southern Workmen, who are sustained by the products 01 oouiucm .. They last longer and make more homes nappy than any other Stove on earth. Fire backs cuaranteed for 13 yearn. If your Dealer does not handle them, WRITE FOR CATALOQUH. Phillips & Buttorff Mfg. Co. NASHVILLE, TENN. UUwrAGTURtSt OF COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, Mantels and Crates. Hollnwwaxt. Tlnwsxe. Ztc. DIALERS IN China, Crockery and Glassware, Cutlery, WOODE...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 14 October 1897

EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1897. NO. 41 S?' If 'His x r cIS Ull ytenamn,.. "BBB co,V'' J not nut, .... '""Wcl "-wn - . UUP . IT WlE..n affcf? J -". "a!" '?nc ; -r M fias&W5 oo o.r S?SSr ... w "iC Z?r" no ;,., TjUMfcrTlW -WCij TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILROAD. DON'T FORGET IT I By ibis lino you tecum the Maximum ot Speed, Safely, Comfort, Satisfaction, at the Minimum of Expense, Anxiety, Mother and Fitlgne. J-.XCUUSIOX TICKETS On site at reduoed rales .from nil points en this lino and connection to Nashville and return during Ilia continuance of the Ten nessee Centennial and International Expo sition. I'ULLMA.V PALACE SLECIMN'C CAKS Between Nashville and Chattanooga, At lanta, Augusta. . Macon, Jacksonville, Knoxvllle, Asheville, WashinKton. Haiti more, Philadelphia. New York, Ports mouth, Norfolk, Jackson, Memphis. Little Hock, Texarxana, Sherman,, Waco, Dallas and Fort Worth. PALACE...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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