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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 14 October 1897

J'a?". REPUBLICAN TICKET, ADVANCE IN WAGES. .JLJLJLAJk )&JmJ-JJJ 3o-o3S i & VJWJ"J ssSL i m b h. I I Kf .Tk PAUL M. MOORB, Editor nnd Manager. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Incorporated 1 Entered the I'ctloflico at I'.ailinRton as Second clan matter. SUI3SCRIPTION KATES: One Year, strictly In advance i Six Months, " " . .. . 50 ThrecMomlis. " ' J Single Copies ," 5 Specimen copies mailed frca on application. Correspondents wanted In all parts of ttic county. Address us (or particulars. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1897- SMoiT0ElWEPTtiCFR6 fS &S 5P -gCS J& V 'b ft ? b (5 O 5P Nfo 5? & NS s a q ?p ae ys An Object Lesson. Tun St. Bernard excursion to the Nashville Exposition is a thing of the past The two thousand people were carried safely the 102 - miles to Nashville, and safely re , turned. The parade of the "White Caps," nearly one thou sand in number, through the streets of Nashville with hands aggregating seventy pieces, com posed of young men and young sters of the miners...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 14 October 1897

PHpaMMHIMi liMMWliiij i ii erts, A' r I?-. CNBP" ' Bu ZJttoustrij we tEijripc." LOCAL NEWS. Mess. M. A. and Dock Sellers, ol Onton, Webster county, called at The Bek office yesterday after noon. They spoke very pleasantly and didn't cuss the editor. Mr. C. C. Brown, who lives near Hanson, had his pohlcct picked the night Dry an spoko at Madi sonville. The thief took his pocket book, containing $13 and he did not discover his loss until the speaking was over. Messrs. L. E. Hardman and R. L. Ferguson also lost their pocket books. Thomas-Fugnte. At the home of Mr. William Ilanner, five miles cast of Madi sonvillc, Mr. Ollie Thomas and Miss Mattic Fugatc were married last night at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. C. C. Hall, of Earlington offi ciated. Braun-Whlttinglilll. Tuesday aftarnoon, at the resi dence of the bride's father, Mr. Jno. S. Wliittinghill, in Madison villc, Mr. Adolph Braun and Miss Eunico Wliittinghill were married. Only the family and a few invited friends were present. The bride ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 14 October 1897

Kifiin iii' m i H ftMMW 1wwwpi",'5f ,r E &! U.PP 7?F33 v.". TM I d M3 m If I. .X CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Meetlne and Banqnet Interest ing Incidents Told by Survivor. , WRITTEN ESPECIALLY FOR THE BEE. Providence, Ky., Oct. 9. The aunual reunion of the Western Pi oneers' Association of 1849 and 50's held here Thursday was not as largely attended as -was expected, . but was not lacking in interest.and .when the dinner was announced, there were seated at the board the President, John Montgomery, Sec retary James A. Ramsey, and Com rades John V. Bone, Nebo; R, B. Nunn, Owensboroj A. E. Cox, Ne bo; J. A. Jackson, Onton; W. 'Ashby, Hanson; W. D. Givens, Providence, and J. "W. Cox, Nebo, besides numerous invited guests, including ladies. It has been the custom hitherto at these banquets to dress the table with tinware, antiquated cutler1 and the like, in imitation of the ar ticles used in the olden time on the overland trail, but this feature was omitted. After the banquet, which was sumpt...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 21 October 1897

"V - J. ikuiTrvTvi My weJJ w ' EIGHTH YEAR. ' EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1897. NO. 42 &&& M f Irt yr-r"rmint l rwft tonic iss5aa I.wwir. 'e" IlJUe Chill hton r 'v.Je lott IniotWI'e IhWW.. their SVcu'TjiI'u,c ltte Vneit o'er?' Atldenl- 1 ":iireUOur;.u B9 ---:. 6"yurn ',7ntiilnJ. J'u -TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, NASHVILLE, OHATTAOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILROAD, DON'T FORGET IT I Hy 'this linn you secure tbo Maximum of : Speed. Safety. Comfort. Sitisfacllon, at 'tho Minimum of Expense, Anxiety, llolticr ;nd Fatigue EXCUKSION TICKETS n s.il al reduocd rites from all paints en Jhis lino anil connection to Nashville and return during the continuance of tlio Ten nessee Centennial and International Expo sition, PULLMAN PALACR SLEEPING CAMS between Nashville and Chattanoogi, At lanta, Augustf, Macon, Jacksonville. Knosvilln, Ashevllle. W.vthingtnn, Hiltl more, Philadelphia, New York. Ports mouth, Norfolk, Jackson, Memphis. Littl...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 21 October 1897

-. I - , , kW "' ' - ', jr,.i ' 3f ' JT r i. . . i JS.. a . v r ' N Vm b i 1 If PAUL At. MOORG. Edllor anJ Manager. .Rll!. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. (Incorporated.) Entered Iba Pcstoffice l Earlitigton at Second clan matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATKS: One Year, trlctly In advance i oo Sli Monthi. " " 5 ThreeMonttat. " ' J Single Copiei ,;'' Specimen copies mailed free on application. Correspondents wanted in all parts of In cauntr. Address us for particulars. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1897. Rf.v. Dwight I. Moobv has promised to be in Hopkinsvillc for a few days in November. Gold continues to come from Europe. Our treasury is now full and promises to overflow with the yellow ducats. The trackmen on the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis road are to have their wages restored to the old figure, and anticipate an early advance of ten per cent. If you want to vote for a clean ticket, made up of honest and able men, for county, district and State offices, stamp just inside the square under the "Lo...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 21 October 1897

i " .if- w"lt . !V ,S t KSO CIej Bee PMBl i. y 2nb5iti me tEfjrbc.' LOCAL NEWS. "Undo Joe" McCully has a farm for sale. Sec his ad in another column. Mr. A.J. Stokes spent a few days last week in Nashville, viewing the sights at the Centennial. Hon. C J. Bronston, of Lexing ton, will speak at Masonic Hall, this city, this evening at 7 o'clock. Mr.' Will Fclaml and family left last Saturday for Owensboro, where they will make their future home, H. H. Holeman ant E. L. Hendricks arc attending the meet ing of the grand Masonic bodies in Louisville this week. Mr. Dan Batigh and family and Miss Virgie Sutton, of near Madi sonville, spent Sunday with the family of Mr. Ross Baugh. Messrs. Dan M. Evans and Jas. R. Rash arc in Louisville this week, the former as delegate to the Masonic Grand Lodge and the latter buying goods. Geo. W. Knox, formerly ol Rich land, has recently bought real es tate in Dawson upon which he has built, lie is now making Dawson his home and expects to go into busine...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 21 October 1897

i: ,- ,.-- - - . , ; vv. J-- ' , ---7" -;; - -lj rv ",.''"" b9B if F U 4: i r fl TILE StJKDAY SCHOOL. LESSON IV, FOUHTH QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, OCT. 24. Toit oftlio Lcxson, Aria xxvl, 10-33 Mem ory Vtnn, S3, S3- Rolitrti Ti-xt, Mntli. 33 Comiucntnrj- by the Iter. 1. M. Biennis. Fes t us succeeded Fells,. nnd both were Trilling to please the .Tows nfc l'nnl's ex pense (xxlv, 27j xxv, 0). Pnul npponlcd to Ctrjsnr; thcrctom tho enso hml to go'to Homo. King Agrinpa coming to Ciusnrai, Fcstus states tlio en so to lilm ns fur ns ho known It, which is that It concerns "ono Jesus, who was ilend, but whom Paul af firmed to bo nllvo" (xxv, 10). Agrlppn desiring tolicnrforlilincolf, Paul Is broiiRht forth In tlio presencoof Agrlppn, Ucrnloc, I'ostus and tlio chief captains and princi pal men of tlio city and allowed to speak for hlmseir. Ho (states lirlclly ins cany history as an uncniy nf Jesuit, and then moro fully his conversion on tho way to Damascus and lijs commission from tho Lo...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 21 October 1897

i !F&- ' K J? v- EIGHTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1897. SUPPLEMENT. NO. 42 EIGUTH ANNUAL CONVENTION. Kentucky Chrlstlon Endeavor Societies nt Owcnsboro, October 29, 30, 31. Active work is being done ly the Owcnsboro Cliistian Endenv- srers to ninkc Iho coming Conven- Ition of greatest interest and henu lit to the large number of Chris tian workers from all over the Stale io will attend. ;An extensive, interesting and tried program lias been arranged, enng the three days of the con- ltion, in which many prominent indeavorers of Kentucky and else- ill ere will take part. . The Convention will be bell in Sam Jones Talnrnade which its nearly G.000 people. The Elding will be made attractive Eh decorations. The Reception imittcc is well nrzaniztd and 1 be ready to extern! a cordial come t j all. lln nnteriam It Committee will be ready to ride every one with a home i their arrival, but they earn- request that all who content- visiting the Convent...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 21 October 1897

MBnwwiBHara' ' -niW27 igBft'iU ''"'" ' ' ".' yj "' lqjpwiyi,g''ii'',"'fiw''i'''',''"'WM trnrm:y?w-&&4tir$,v - JMiiinfTf IT i iiiimiawiri 'ill . inrmMnfai "."HHst,.HH;ti-, ' : r.i .- JiivMVi rJSf 'iirWPat . ' r- ' -T7 , RICE OF SILVER. ITS FALL DUE PRINCIPALLY TO IN CREASED SUPPLY CAUSED BY CHEAPER PRODUCTION I'rlce Alto Affected hr Diminished Do maud Coinage Demand Hat Decreased Ten l'er Cent Sinco 1888, Wlilla Pro duction Haa Increased S3 DcmonctliR tlon Actt Not Ilctiionsllile I'or but tho Result of tower Trices of Silver Some of tho ractora of Cheaper Production Are Cheaper Transportation, Hotter Median leal and Chemical Processes of Trcatlnc Ores, Uso of Electricity- Immense, Do posits or Silver Oro Still In Sight Silver Is Produced Cheaper In Mexico IJccanio Waecs of Miners Aro Paid In SlUcr. Tho lust number of Tho Journal of Political Economy contains nn Interest ing orticlo by Edward S Mcado on Tho Fall Iu tho Prico of Silver. " Tho facts produced by Mr Mcado mako it ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 28 October 1897

i I'MBsW'U'lW l""!''" , ' I" liMMln.ni I lililH ! I ., - - ' w "Tvr- i '. .- "'!!& - . s . . - . . k EIGHTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1897. NO. 43 revs .Erv-w - ' - r?pp!gv "- - ...t- p ,'Lv ' r 1 9 n ii ' t it? I t 'W . IH LHe' I TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST, LOUIS RAILROAD, DfJN'T FORGET IT I Uy this lino you secure lbs Maximum of Speed, Safety, Comfort, Satisfaction, at Ibe Minimum of Expense, Anxiety, Mother and Fatigue, EXCURSION" TICKETS On sale at reduoed rates from all points on tbls line and connection to Nashville and return during tbe continuance of the Ten nesceo Centennial and International Expo sition PULLMAX I'ALAtE SLEEPING CAltS Between Nashville and Chattanooca. At- ilinta, Augusta, Macon, Jacksonville, j.inaxviue, Ainevuie, waslnng(on, llalll- more. rblladelDbta. New York. Ports. fcmoutb, Norfolk, Jnckson, Memphis, Little rock, iexarxana, baerman, Waco, Dallas tad Fort ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 28 October 1897

rV.v. ' V,$''y! "its (- " r1jA3. ' f-rv r aasjh"fahttijssh ,r J i, ,ip m""'" " jr?"t,ipv'WTyi ?' wvJf .?"- w V r .'N"-' ,?j? '.at. 't, 1 If, -I n; , i & r. s I A iW i I5 . i - iBee PAUL. M. MOORE, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. (Incorporated.) Entered the rcttoffice it Ratllngton a Second elm matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: Out Year, strictly In advance i oo Six Month. " !0 ThreeMonthi, " ' J Single Copies ,vv 3 Specimen copies mailed free on application. Correipondenu wanted in all parts of the county. Address aa for particulars. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1897. Chicago will liave a horse show November 1st to 6th inclusive. The sum of $40,000 will be given in prizes. Next Tuesday, November 2nd. is election day. Don't forget 'it. Go-to the polls without fail and put your stamp under tho "Log Cabin." Business failures in the United States: Week ending Oct i5 196 Week ending Oct. 9 237 Second week of October, 1896 279 Corresponding week of 1895 289 Corrcspjnding week 011894 25...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 28 October 1897

."F"?" t ' ', 'fW'' V--- '-WT'7 vpr-V -.l sr i V.- ' w v X NOTICE. MR. BANKS WITHDRAWS. PRATT AND GRASSIIAM "V.fPl'W r. H-lh. !lWn.,"JLi. ..-A. H.t.H'N, 0 i,iJ.tnii -Jfriurj., ihAi i&.nvA.i rAhft-v1--11''! dfcuflitti n; v . " 1 i-7t Si JBv ""if' w .tf V. "By 3nbustru te Chrto" LOCAL NEWS. Ob, now's tho time the hunter tries The partrldga to assail, And peers about until be spies The whlrr-abouts of quail. Ex. When you see a fire, say so. Don't whisper it. Make a noise that somebody can hear and you may save a house for some other fellow who is not on hand to hol ler for himself. Rev. S. H. Lovelace, the new pastor of the M. E. Church, South, preached his first sermons to his Earlington congregation on Sun day last. The attendance was good. Mr, Lovelace has already made many friends on his new work. Rev. R. V. Omcr continues his series of sermons through this week. He is preaching to good sized congregations. On Sunday night he addressed the young men of Earlington, especially. I...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 28 October 1897

s.HHHHHHHHHBHssVsMHMHMH r ' -3 '!7Alhuf .sssffB ." " - .-... mum., . iHsxn&j P r z'-. ,aw ! 7? -fcswJW1' V . s PTTtk ; r A .t r,-' tr .. i - . . 1 tt hm 1 1fc b i. f- if j !- 5 I ..t I i ii THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. LESSON V, FOURTH QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, OCT. 31. Text nT the L-ou, Actsxxvll, 13-50 Mcin. 017 Verses, 31-33 Oulilcu Text, Acta xxvll, S3 Commentary by tlio Iter. 1. M. Stearns. ID. "And when tlio south vlnd blew softly, supposing tlint the; hiul obtained tholr purpose, loosing thenco they Milled closo by Crete." Paul, with Artatnrohus, a former fellow traveler, and nfterward n follow prisoner (Acta xlx, SO; Col. lv, 10), is now at 60a on his way to Rome. They touobod at SIdom and thonco near Cyprus to Myra on the sunlnlnml of Lycla, In Asia Minor. There ho was transferred ton ship of Alexandria bound for Italy, and after many days of slow sailing rounded tlio cast end of Croto and reached tho Fair Havens, on tho south coast of Crete Hero they spent much time, until...

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 November 1897

.',-";- Vrr-" j-,- -r. -.. I Hi II I II II i i 111 IIWW III Pjii I ilWP WW IMPli I'ji WW ill 111 WW MaaMI H 'II IIWI IU'WWHIIIill H W I m 'WF II I'll" I 1PI M I ;, -y7, ";"- 1F!SBWn ; TJHHHHnnSHBKn 1 V?- - .&. . - - K m . . - .jf . - - : EIGHTH YEAR, EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1897. NO. 44 V V f .'& w0 TAR UJg & HONEVV Wl) jgCAHj Upon Every Bottle and wrapper of luo Konulno Dr. nell'i I'lno-Tur-lloney 1 printed ttianbovo design, II U both trado-mark und iruiirnntce n wurrnnl tlint tlio medl-' clnOi-oDtulned In tiiobotllo wilt euro cotiulm, colds mill all lime, throat nml chest troubles mum quickly and olloctually than any other remedy. DR. BELL'S Pine -Tar- Honey i .. .... ... . r.. .. ' of Drtra-Mc., UK. KBU It iwr txiltle by TW.fc.ItUU.JMUlM( hJuU,!. UA LA IJIlLLE JAUDINIERE. gFRITSCH vS SON, FASI1I0NADLE fis(pf MEB0HANT TAILORS:-- tess433us : : and : . : (PORTER OF CLOTHS AND SUITINGS 3Zt Upper Pint Street, tVANSVILLE, -' INDIANA. IX e...

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 November 1897

k.x ?r ! i f y if)nrni E&l mc T"' ' yTW' ',vTppr f-"J3 ' "" 0 -, , 1 I , , T. .... Unofficial Vote of Hopkins County. Election Tuesday November 2nd, imi iBee $ :! ? 11 5 A NEW SUIT From Top to Bottom ! Common Circuit Court Clerk PAUL M. M00RG. Editor and Manager. County Court Clerk. Constitu Clerk of the Court of Appeals Circuit JudRe wealth's State Senator. Repre Count Judge. County Sup't ol Sur eyor tional sentative Sheriff Attorney Jailer Assessor. Coroner. Schools i f (LhcjA K3? BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. (Incorporated Entered the Pcsloffice at Earllugton as Second elais matter. f SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Oiit Year, strictly In advance i oo Six Months, " " '.. 30 ThreeMonths, " . . '5 Single Copies. .. ... 5 Specimen copies mailed free on application Correspondents wanted In all parts of the c j'tntv. Address us for particulars. PRECINCTS THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4- '897. Ohio is safe for the Republican ticket, according to late bulletins. RF.runucANS claim Nebraska, i "Rather hard on Bry...

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 November 1897

i 1 -. r r .(LhoAOO By 3n5U5tcu we Cfyrtoe." LOCAL MEWS. Henry Browning is reported on ic sick list. To Cure a Cold In one Day rake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. VII Druggists refund the money If It falls to Cure. ajc. Mr. Cal Martin went to Sclirco -yesterday to see his brother Mr. T. ir C. Martin, who is very in. That rasninz in the throat is a lorr- runner ot lung irritation. In such casrs Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Money gives instant relief It is fast becoming famous as a remedy for all affection of the throat, chest and lungs, For sale by St. Bernard Drug Store. Karllnglon, and Geo, Kin. St. Charles, Mrs. Thomas Jones, ot Hanson, Was Hie Guest 01 Mrs. rauune ones a lew days this week. Bucklen'n Arnica Salve. The best Salve in tho world for Cuts, rubes. Sores, Ulcors, Salt llbeum, l-ever rrs. Tetter, Chapped Hands, uiwoiains, rns and all sum urupuons, ami pun ely cures Piles or no pay required. It is uteed to give perieci satisiacuon or aey refunded. Price ajc per box Pur i by St Be...

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 November 1897

- , 'w ! -v " -.- "-'--' w-r ' wipygiig 0Cm- i jU W.I! BV;--a XH' tiewsi ' .. ;H,'IKJj)8BrriwMyfci ' ' " ' jhf)aj'"y,i"s' 'y....- "ST; - ' J .0 ,.'! m ") I f I- EXCHANGE ROLLER MILLS. FRANK TUTT, PROPRIETOR, M'ADISONVILLE, - KY. Makes unsurpassed Flour, Meal, Bran, Crushed Corn, Feed Meal every thing a hrst-class mill produces. The people of the county are invited to come in and be treated right. Gives on exchange as much as any mill, and guarantees satis faction. Flour warranted to be superior quality. - Trade With Webster, McLean and Adjoining Counties Solicited T"5 MEDICINt for the MILLION 00 A New York company of manufarf..rlfB rliemlilMho It pan Chemical Company, nliceJ UD011 the market alwut tin. imm . .0 n medicinal tablet or tabule composed . if rom nressul I lHiwdem I preiwratl ' ln medicinal dniira which had been ascer tlS23?o'"of more general lisoiimm,, imu,lcal men thanany other, for the cure oral levuttlonciTiuchllla common to man n !,.. their origin In an Imii. re. tll...

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 November 1897

Lilt -& - "' , -v ' ..-v.,-. , ..... w.,, vv , :xaW , . Rr EIGHTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1897. NO. 45 B. . 1 K MHHK. iE 31 r- ,35 '-.,- gXZXSZ l-s mitttiiniiimiiwnn of Safety As the bell-bnoy enable tho mariner to avoid sunken rook nuU shoals, m Dr. Hell's l'luo-Tur-Honey wards otr tlio serious couse quenec of a cough nrgloctcd. It stops tlio cough nud cures tlio cause, "1 Was seriously affect 1 with a cough for rear. I"ald Imndmla of ilolUni lo due tors and for ratdklne.liui every Dilnviallcd uslll I triad Dr. Iwil'a llna-Tar-llunty. Tbuj wonderful rtmnty saved iut llf," J. B. ROSKU UttaUhari, III. .DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey is guaranteed cure .for si, throat, lung- and cbrat troubl. Including-asthma, bronchitis. La 'rippe, whooping nu4(, broutv IM Snath"-). Mv.ll tIUt wi n sn n.vti.iv vs. pni Wf J Tkltl. RUrlu4 1 MB.Ir rmlh, I, J A LV HELLtJ JARDINIEKE. 'L, FRITSCHxSc SOW, FASHIONABLE .MPftftrlANT TAtLnRS: wmiuiiuiiiiuimiiiiiuiitiiiu...

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 November 1897

r y .&' s-r J PAULA 2i$. IP 5g'. :I5L iSee MOORE, Editor nd Mincer. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. (Incorporatfd.1 Entered the Peiioffice at Earllr.Kton a Second clau matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Oae Year, strictly In advancr . Six Months. " " .ft oo . 50 ThreeMonths, 5 inrecDiomiis, CirresnondentJ wanted In all parti oi mo county. Addreuniorpi"i"-" USIlrSl'W""" '-- .ii, The Official Vote. The Bee publishes the only of ficial and correct report of the vote of Hopkins county. Preserve we tabulated vote that appears in this issue. It is correct. The table that was published in both the Hustler and the Mail on Tuesday bearing the title "Official Vote of . Hopkins County," is anything but official. The mistakes that ap pear in one are exactly the mis takes that appear in the other and the table is made up principally of mistakes. Those papers to econo mize time and labor have printed from the same form this table so full of errors, which seems to have been set up in the Mail office. The nam...

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 November 1897

. i iw niiifQ0tfi?.rm 111 1 1 1 11 1 1 . 1 1 - -. n 11 1.1 1 1 hi a 1 11 n 1 mil- r -t " ' 1ir' . ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " "" ' L' ' . " ' "'' ' ' ' ' I - . '1 ' ' !jBKji "By 3noustry toe Cljriwe." LOCAL NEWS. Mr. H. B. Hanson, of Saratoga Snrinirs. N. Y.. a Director of the St. Bernard Coal Company, been the guest of Mr. Jn.o. B. has At kinson for some days past. The cloak and cape sale of the St. Bernard Goneral Store, which was advertised in Tun Bee, was an entire success. A large num ber of ladies were on hand at the sale and very many handsome wraps were disposed of. This week sees the change of residence of the families of Dr. A. W. Jackson and Mr. Geo. C. At kinson. Dr. Jackson and family leave this morning via Terre Haute and Cleveland for their new home in Dorchester, one of the suburbs of Boston. Mr. Atkinson and fami ly have moved into the Doctor's former residence, which Mr. Atkin son has purchased. Dr. E. A. Chatten will take charge of the St. Bernard people's practice. Masque Ba...

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