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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 January 1898

m Jft ";1T I J -.SIH ? k' - v ?' r x. F3AfeJ3$f MADISONVILLE, Makes unsurpassed Flour, Meal, Bran, Crushed Corn, Feed Meal every thing a first-class mill produces' The people of the county arc invited to conic 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 NEW ENTERPRISE 0 STOVES "'200,000 Tliey ate luaJcof Southern Iron by Southern 7orktncu, who arc sustained by the products of Southern Fanners. They last longer and make more homes happy than any other Stove on earth, l'lre backs guaranteed for 15 years. If oup Dealer does not handle themT WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. jB iriMif-T MBWfcv- ! tSsHKiSsliBHs5HSsiBi2ffr55ca, B&HIIlBllllllllllllVBVBSHSVVPVVBIKdL-IZ i iiBlllSil-nSHHsiiiiiHsiiiiHBMHE Phillips & Buttorff Mfg. Co NASHVILLE, TENN. MANUrACTimtftl OF COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, Hinteli tad Crates, gollowwarc, Tinware. Etc " (Mexkams&a...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 January 1898

- ' " ',A a;ts ., qBp, wrm Jfct T Jf ' f"'"-" '"i-1 " ' , , . , JfHR i&r0Wff0r 4 Z M- II IlM JKpiS V ,n vou. fa.,, nlfflPMi flHHS -C w!rj,T -BKrfSv P -?rf- B j .lBHH & HxIBlsiiLIHBillMlwH?sw ,,. O aJBasfflggy. 4?jbE- w. i "SMSSnsiru toe ' S M ! . , lOCATy WJfovi i itt"I J- yfajmm ynwjgbusTRj wjp.--ggg mrw m . fr i ' ;: ' Mr. Tat? &u VttTtt ' EARLINGTON, HOPKSs COUNTY, tEkTUCK"Y, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1398 - ' ' BtJ tojgm -mvwQ rjsA.. . r j L : r ,.,., , , gyi IHHI jji'i ' I AWFnri -RTCTRTTITION. maj. handy dead. AtiSKm TRN TIIOTISANdJ 1 f'fty-fifth coNonEss. i uu,! m JZ DDRRANT IS DEAD, flyL JS;ii ' ! nn v vl vss-sai i ! -...- jb i h Hv mrfH a .' " L.aie ' 7. Vi BhS, 1 At tlM bell-buoy enable tho Mrlnerto nvold sunken rk3 nud Mhokli, so l)r. Doll's IMuo-lur-k HOBy wards oir tho serious coimc- kaMMMi of a eouglt neclectcd. It M sfoMtne couch and cures tlio cniiso. M "Iwmrio)j-ffcelwli)iBCouKUfor jBfMn. raM bundnMs or tlolmra toiloo- I Hied Dr. Hell Mne-Turlioney. wa0ru) w...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 January 1898

r3T-- ,-A.,a 531 UL M. MOORE, Editor and Manager. fEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Incorporated.? filtered the Pciloffice at Barllnxton at Second I a matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: t Vear.itiictljrtnadrance ... It oo Monthi. " " 5 rhreeMontht, "y S Vte-- .. 5 Imen copies mailed free on application. Correipondenti warned In all parts 01 the I eonnlr. Address us lor particulars. THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1898 F. W. Vinson lias bought an in- I terest in the Princeton Republican. The Fairview Eagle appeared for the first time Wednesday of last week. It is published by F. M. Mullen. Louisville is preparing for a May music festival the subscrip tions to secure, which Have been nadc with great promptness by (Louisville business men. IThe total number of failures of nks, loan and trust companies in I97 was 105. says jsraastreet s, a Lie more than half those of 1896 less than one-fifth those of the Janic year 1893. According to the Treasury and ;rtk statements there is in the nntry about $740,000,000 of gol...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 January 1898

1 ; h: V (A frdr Sfc V f s- i 1 "U SfattJnstry, roe Cffrlnc." LOCAL NEWS. Mr. Frank Pettit, of Philadel- wlio has been visiting Mr, Atkinson, left for home on y 'Californians" play high dramas such as "The Bells" la-well as comedy. The. perform- intfi is a rcuned one. i , RTIn nn... .mr. I. ...In,. ...1. t. rfived and the bridge on West lin street over the creek is be- Mg'ranidly completed. This is a Emo8t substantial improvement and ia or edit to the cttv and the citv officials who have ordered it placed. The demand for houses in Earl- ington was probably never more urgent than it is this winter. lcn ly-Mj for a house and are re ike it whenever available u unui iney can mov ihether they ran use it in two days two weeks.' W Mr. Perry T. Wilson, for sev feral yeark bookkeeper for the !Hacla Coarto., at this place, and (a most estimable centlcman. has jarked in the produce and colli sion business in Louisville. le firm is Wilson & Wilson, and established in 1894. Wo wish ithe best...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 January 1898

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Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 January 1898

- . ... -. ... -- -- - - ' JiiMiwiMiMiitMaMJSftMMSSMMS asjsjMMMgMtaMsssBjssMttMHSjB HBMr cwv iM&mm - - iHnHHBBHHBBHBHlBBB (i PssssssB: mm wfllPffv c co IW III IHIiBHIIillli IP " -U-'' r sf&& ssY3H. .wHIsssssssbbsHHbSHF v "l;" ."iHn BSSSS) "em rii4 m '. . 1 ., fJDSHiBRBlElaJAbrv i. . . c nv - .-.. ;rj3&sr2iIBj3e ssW W -- -- - -. - a ......a. ..a...jZ.-..-mI MS " Al Ia,2V' 'WflSSSWlBSSai-, . d iiiii nil nil AiiaVA.AnSaistinrfs a S aiisl ssW MuutoEli ''" af , i z,Mnom r jmaJB$ '- AWaL .- w w., v. j - ....MitKa "iovfi.. FOR KEt'AlRlNO TO n a. D. SisU, 3ue(er, 2iTaoteontnt(v.T I KIRCHDOERFFER. who has bad 25 yeat J experience, with first-class refereace. 9- EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1898. SB?-.- ' TOK j, . " ( F Jks " ' ' Jf H H ex i!t,73bssbsssssssssi suVflsT dssssssWflLJjdSBVsWlaBBll aflHssBL. LW. vsW. ifeA-" w- 'SmL f: IT -A M " r I . "NTNTH YEAR. m 1 ? X. V o S'.j" I -. lef4 t r I, "X 1 t . . 1 ., 1. j MWL mr'MML ' MANY LOOMS ARE IDLE...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 January 1898

(LlvArve PAUL M. MOORn, Cdltor and Manijer. EE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated Entered the Pettoffiee t EarlltiKton 11 Second cltit mutter SUBSCRIPTION RATES: OaeYcir.ittlctly In advance. Sill MoniuB, II CO jo TfareeMontht. " ' '5 SlnjleCop'.M ,, 1 Specimen coplet mailed free on application Correipondents wanted In ll parts ol the eoontv. Addreu us for particular!. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1S9S In 1897 our exports of wheat, in cluding flour, exceeded 180,000, 000 bushels. This is more than half the world's total shipments and is no discouragement to American farmers. It is reported that Gen'l. Clay and his child wife Dora, have been reunited. If this is true and the union be permanent of what a fruitful source of news are the re porters deprived. Tun bill to repeal the act estab lishing a system of public schools in Madisonville and that to change the name of Dawson to Dawson Springs have been reported favor ably to the House and advanced. Hon. J. F. Dempsev has an- lounced that he wi...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 January 1898

rf l X" !Y '!'!- "IS ft - : m I I I -. "' y - ' it v I Vr- "-K- iSfet i' !Ki "---i-- "3y Snbustcu tot ICrjrtDc." LOCAL NEWS. 'Mrs. Ida Walker spent Sunday in.Madisonville. ,j Miss Lizzio -Sullivan is improv ing"ftcr a' severe spell of pneu menia. Miss Inez Dcane 1a visiting her sisfer, Mrs. Y. Q. Walker in Mad isenville. Justice Frank Sisk has on his official harness and seems to be ac tively at work in his new office. Mr. W. S. Wilson, of Robards, was here Tuesday to attend the funeral of his brother T. C. Wil son. ''Doc" Adams was here last week and is the same clever actor asd big hearted fellow he always was. Ho may be expected to ap pear in Earlington again with Clint Foard before a great while. Occasionally some ono sends a contribution without giving his name. Such communications of course go to the waste basket. We cannot publish anything, how ever good, unless wc have the name of the writer. The "Statesmen" went down in inglorious defeat before the "Gen erals". at the debat...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 January 1898

c,1 eaaaaaaaaaaaaaasa ? V.. ' -saSSSSBasaaSsaSsaSl . t t H 'J. L V.I This Space is sold, and will contain lots of good things for 1898. T in DAILY USB OVER They ore made of Southern who aro sustained, by the products or Souttiera warmers. They last longer nnd make more homes happy than any other Stove oil earth. Fire backs Guaranteed for 15 years. If your Dealer docs not handle" tliemT WRITE FOR CATALOQUE. 1 BJBss " is"' " Phillips & Buttorff Mfg. Co. NASHVILLE, TENN. '. UAKUrACTUntas OF COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, Mantels and Crates. IToUowwarc, Tinware, Etc. China, Crockery andjjlassware, Cutlery, WOODEN AND WILLOWWAP.E. Everything necessary nnd convenient for tho Kitchen, Dining1 Room, Laundry and Dairy. r" MEDICINt for the MILLION. A New York company of manufacturing chemists, the Itlp&ns Chemical Company, placed upon the market about Ave jcan ugua medicinal tablet or "tabule" competed of compressed powdered preparation .f itrtaln medicinal drugs which bail been ascer ta...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 January 1898

iT .' '. rj. r itf "-'i r u7 iirlinnfc-iuiiiniitonalliiiiAiiaAiiii in fat aV II sk latfaaja OPBN PACI OR HUNTINU CASE . ..BRING YOUR..,. 4-XPatcfjes anb 3enjelry-f ' . 5 With , B. ty. Raymond' Movement, ler I52S.OO, . With a l:lrt-Class Guarantee, at A. D. SISK'S HOOK AND JEWELHY STORE, MADISONVILLE, KY-. TOR REPAIRING TO CT. D. Stsk, 3cnd7 ttla&tsoitiiUUv. 1 KIRCHDORRFFER. who ha? had a- vears t- -' 1 l experience, with first-class reference. W pmaan Jfj" wry in Ljui' rJ.ij' ""1J, m. J, 'JfJ'i JV' ijnw J JJl r-j-mr JINTH, YEAR, EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1898. NO. 4 AnAAAA VVlllf!y'v'','i I ""'tf .-PBfi-S-feilv nk -i V"M V J si T lnnyMetcalfe. 0 'l IV yrt U L4 hKr wJ bit U af U P AAH)k lin t-a Bd-.AA kk .1 VaA t-a bdil dtlk SF wjllfej tol Fttth beoQi6f tbentTcrlax I iiur c piif iifTci m ma j rxtnntj tut l-i ltbu iiblv p iisi TAftrioifir. iistivi quiet una rmiKBi r ilfts trlp U i wfcer ecnutit Wrtkttpltla Mf feU All Ik tl, l4 & I ! k Without ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 January 1898

ii i Ml MJ & --wiJL &- ui-j-.i r..M PASSINf. OF IIARI. T1MKS. ' . T fci' -V5 mit themselves to this measure I W Oil UUI it! I UUI C j "," A , H 51 Duivin tfuiviri tfuivir! . w J I " Do Yoif Hear Them Falling? : 7f laM. I.T1' Itf PAUL. M. MOORE, Hdltor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINS COMPANY. Incorporated. Entered the Pcstofiice at Barllngton as Second cltti miller. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: Una Year.strictlr in advance f t oo Six Mentha, " " 5 ThreeMonths, " 'J Single Copies .. 3 Specimen coplet mailed free on application. Correspondent! wanted In all parts of the eauntv. Aaaressusrorpamcuiari. THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1898. Wheat touched the dollar mark again at Chicago on Tuesday. Some of our correspondence that arrived late were crowded out this week in the push of news ahd advertising. The Treasury gold reserve has passed the $162,000,000 mark and is still climbing upward. There seems to be some more money in the country than in 1896 when the free silver craze threatened. President M...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 January 1898

-7? T I . V I ijlfl- rf " ,w ? bi ll, ,1 If &m' "3y 3noustrtj tee Cljriuc." LOCAL SEWS. The Dr.K to-day ha? one adver tisement upside down. Wc didn't make a mistake. The advertiser wanted it so. Rev. I. II. Teel, pastor of the Christian church, preached -a high ly appreciated sermon- Sunday night to n crowded house. A slight wreck in which several cars were derailed at Sebrec Mon day afternoon caused delay of about an hour and a half to the fast mail. W. S. McGary, our most en thusiastic lover of good theatricals, visited Henderson to see Iloyts "The Stranger in New York" on Friday night last. Lawyer Jonson's sign is one of the few things that have been at all damaged by the wind. Jerrold made that sign himself and is proud of it. lie has repaired the damage. The meeting at the General Baptist church terminated Sunday morning. There was a baptizing at Loch Mary that morning, when several new members received that ordinance. W. W. Etheridge and J no. T. Barnett returned from St. ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 January 1898

THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. .JR. IP Sfc$j2-W-J$?5lWi m " .:i nTTjtoiaiipi3Zftx ftls il f J in J A t AID am D 03!ij.S3Aoi JtJ3. 00 I sjoqg -Siioo tf tociiqSn OO I$,-,siJiqS1'OAAr3H.osK off iouupj; uojioo oJC ojisoiuoQ uAoijj Xaboh oi ' spicu uohoo 31 SSCAUBQ ODOCqOX saoooAua aoa 1 lioit.. I1SI1 pilE 'lle!te 13A0 1 )(001 8 UMOJq Xpscxa ono s,lj ssoddol bm ptic 'pdqsjuu; M )l iioijw p.uv jsnui 9M puc news sj oocdg ano TSIHOH 319 DM 'ScJHJLLndS DW 'SJLnOcIS ON iiHSIOtLS EW ENTERPRISE 5T0VES" They are made of Southern Iroa by Southern Workmen, who are sustained by the products of Southern Farmers. They last longer and make more homes happy than any other Stove on earth. Fire backs guaranteed for 13 years. If your Dealer docs not handle'thcmT WRITE FOR CATALOQUB. n yHHniwK " - -FJBBiF- 3M -wfwSB Phillips & Buttorff Mfg. Co. NASHVILLE, TENN. -, MANUFACTURUt OF COOKING AND SEATING STOVES, Mantels ana Grates, Hollowware. Tinware, Etc. China, Crockery andGlassware, Cutleiy, WOODEN AND WILLOWWARE. ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 January 1898

liisOTunuy,al.tifv.to.tho.mcilta.otUiPJat!ajffln''PJi iNettsifrouiiManiil'oiataji illftfeKS 3 U NINTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1898 SUPPLEMENT, 2. NO. 4: ."LP w Tw J It ksWiuuljIMUUJ led the PreSi- FRANKFORT Doing' of Some Western Kentucky Legislators. Resolutions of Kcpct on the Captain Too. J Mines. Death or Frankfort, Jan. 25 Mr. Clark, of Hopkins, offered another bill this morning to help swell the great volume of new bills before the House. This one proposes to amend an act relating to husband and wife and gives Police Judges right to solemnize marriage. Dr. Andrew Sargent, of Chris tian, offered a bill to allow chil dren of slave marriages to inherit property of fathers; and a resolu tion amending the constitution, ex empting property of women, who are "citizens" and not allowed to vote. The Senate to day received the report of the committee on the act authorizing the working of short term convicts on public roads and buildings. The bil...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 January 1898

H. . -...- , .,,-,,. .. ... I i i !! ! Ill !! Ill i i .. w-iii Mi . mill mill i ... .., . i . , -., . 1 WM ' ..&. WILLOUGHBY ASHBY BAD WRECK SUNDAY NIGUT DRIVE. DOWN IN THE MINES. i 8 r otj i Lv4i' r . m. fPBk' Dr0WnCd '" thC BackwaterS f On L. & N. Railroad Near, Ellza- m W mtmrn Pond River, Near Hanson.' bethtown. . " Hv. "ByHOUslcutoc Cljrbc." News came to Earlington last ' Ijlvl " Sunday afternoon of the death of K1 and FoUf 0 h- ,DJured lV rrnAT vnvrcrn Wi nnnlilw Ashbv.ithat momine. K llll'Al 1 I. 11 I . 0.- rf .. . 11!.. !.. I . . . I mMrsr- I.UIiAI. NlWV.Y by drowning at his farm on Pond -u.grre1.cu7M,,.. - ville, but now traveling lor anmiaecoai. B V Rivnr nnnr Tclntlfl Ponl. Mr. J, Asllhv was nut Mint mnrninc linrcn. lrtc I,E EE to""av na' one adver Jst?", tisement upside down. Wc didn' r 2eT make a mistake. The advert!: r v JJeIl .- wanted it so. . Three Men Killed and Four Others Injured Bin Property Loss, TiMfnlto!' Team in Deep Water Near Nor- tonvillc Willi Dr...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 February 1898

1 -V " :n,l,iijL ill, n ?.iiL.MA1iijl,w.A,iJd.l,Ji,,,iJ.J'., ffin.-rf . ... .,1 , ,i&,- M!A...MAJ-A,r.n. OPEN PACB OR IIUNTINQ CASB WATCH, With B. W. Raymond1 Movement, lor With a Plrt-Cla5 duarantcc, at I). SISK'S 'HOOK AND JEWELRY STORE, MADISONVILLB, KV. 1 ....DRINO YOUR.... 4-lPatccs anb 3ctt)elry I' POR RCPAIRINa TO CI. I). Sis!;, 3cuiclcr, 2KaMsomU(c. J. KIRCHDOERFFER. who has had 25 years experience, with first-class reference. fpf NINTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1898. NO. 5 G3 i r jt aW aaaaV aBBBBBafiBBBBBBBBBBBal i 1 tlaaaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaerLWaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTaaaaaaaaaafc H ltaaVtiF'l i N T''2j"ii aal aaaaal bbbbbM uiS 5 A. t ' V. J WZZ Croup, whooping cough ntid colds are quickly allayed uiid danger averted by - DR. lEU'S PINE-TAR-HONEY This famous remedy will cure an attack of croup in the time it takes to find a doctor. Every home should hare it ready for the lime of need. It is nu infal lible remedy for oil hrou...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 February 1898

W9-"' $: ' ' " ", -i' -. r"i -1 ,.S?!; : i '- I ' 5Tr I. UJBO "-. Cbeifl lec PAUL M. MOORE, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Incorporated.) Entered the Pettoffice t Birlluftoa si Second cum Bitter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Use Yetr.itrlctly In advance fioo Sit Moatba, ' so TltreeMontbt, " " aj SlnflaCopiet Specimen coptet milled tree on application. Correspondents wanted in all parts of the canntr- Addreunt for particular. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1898. Wheat reached i.ioat Chica go during the past week. A bic flouring mill firm of Louis ville bought on Saturday last 80,000 bushels of wheat for which they paid $80,000. R. B. Hill has been appointed to the office of United States At torney for the district of Kentucky to succeed W. M. Smith, the Democratic incumbent. Thk worst storm in twenty-five years raged about Boston Tuesday. Twenty inches of snow fell, traffic was blocked and the city was in darkness because of fallen wires. The Kentucky Knights Temp lar will make a fight fo...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 February 1898

. vv k M 3 &' fe ' U. 5"k JeMISee 'Bu ZJn&uslru tot tEfyritje." IflCALSEWS. Mr. Reynolds, of Henderson. Visited his daughter, Mrs. W. W. Ethendge, Sunday. Will Toombs, of Slaughtersville, spent Sunday in the city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. NicJc Toombs. jWe will be working by electric grits in a short while. Then our shop will bo right up to date. We 4p not likj ) darkness. Thereby 'Judfcetye The Bee's deeds. Mart Whitford, formerly a fire man on the St. Louis division, stopped off here to see his parents last week while on his way to Birmingham, Ala., to accept a position as an engineer. Mr. P. E. Tichenor, who is get ting up the matter for the Hustler's special edition, was in Earlington, Monday nailing down some special features for that edition, which lie promises will be a beauty. Somcthiug's going to drop soon in this town, and if certain Earl ington transgressors of the law don't look out that something may fall on them. It is best to keep at peace with the statute bo...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 February 1898

i i . ?&23X5:s THE SUNDAY SCHO'OL. WS3SSKSSlSKS 23s5S&25S5)Jvi ir va MvJ -" WT 53T.T.T.A.Tj:0T.ipi3p !'ti I I- v. a ?.. m f I i I L i VI -.(l!3 oqi n 33UJ sjaoi XJ3.V 8il) N wig KnHi-tHAg puv 00 00 3" 01 I ssoqs 3uoo :y 331 jqSn 1$ 'Sinqs WW aesii k.tl I3UUEI.T U0JI03 OtlSOUIOQ UAVOJfl XAB3H spjBid uonoo ssbaubq oooeqoj, saooo Ada SI oc 00 6i o? o? sjtngjUEjj D3Ui s,Aog "sjud 03UJJ sog SJE03 J3A0 S,U31 SJUHJ pucaf S,U3J 'sjing jjoAotjo s,uopj : "sjin's acq s,iidii 'ONIHXOIO uwoci )J lion. uail pus 'uirSc joo l Oo 3, UUOJr) X3CX3 aiiop s I j atoddns a pile paistiif sj l ir)tupiiY " 'A"tp pue dsuj aq iiiaii P puv rpjou 13 3J MJI U siqSnoqt Jno Jaim ox Xji .u 'asjav JO mold jaqtatlAV staid aii joj a3jiir up HtuiiJn ttai, .UM-fWOCT OL,I 1IOS,. jsniu 8(a pus iiEtugsi socdg jno WMDH BIS DM 'SMHJLLndS ON 'SJLnOclS ON iiHHOXS """" ?n gJS xaraovr ?4EW ENTERPRISE 200,000 IH DAILY USB oven mvtnr onb oivina GATISFAOriOI. They are made of Southern Iroa by Southern 'Workmen, who are susta...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 February 1898

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Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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