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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 March 1898

Kgiw JLMJEJJBtr1 ,. vW nJIRyrwir v"TV -T v ' y .s . - ? s-v- "A" ' wv ' s,r IT m 'flf If-' f (CfyeJH&ee PAUC M. MOORQ, Editor nnd Manaeer. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated Kntered tbe Pcttoffica at KsrlliiRlon as Second elm matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: Ui Year.itrlctlf In advance., Six Monltaa, " " ThreeMonthi, CLlnolit ?ntili. .... 1 1 00 SO 3 Specimen copies mailed free on application. Correspondents wanted in all parts of the eonntv. Address us for particulars. THURSDAY. MARCH 24. 1S9S. Notwithstanding the rumors of war the Treasury gold reserve has steadily advanced until it now ex ceeds S171, 000,000. The funeral of Blanco K. Bruce ex-slave, ex-Senator and twice Register of the Treasury was held Monday in the Metropolitan A. M. E. Church, Washington. The Mountain Voice, published at Beattyville, Ky., is one of the bright local papers that comes to our desk. The local writer on the Voice knows how to push a pencil. Matters between the United States and Spain seem to be nc...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 March 1898

pihaWNMNvii "-w" '';-e$F?jT . s: :'s!, " k. M 4UtC(lUS .H Kllll K JV h 'V K rt it m "Bu3n6uslruttje GJrribc." LOCALNEWS. 'ss Dona Wood was in Madi- sonvillo Saturday shopping. t Mr. John Hendricks, of Texas, visited relatives in this city last week. Mr.VVill Bramliam and wife, of Hopkinsvillc. spent Sunday here with relatives. Mrs. W. P. Ross and son, of Madisonville, spent Tuesday with in uarungton. i comes to The Bee from adelphiathatMr. B.N. Farron. wife and infant daughter sail this wtek for a couple of months travel abroad. Barnctt & Arnold's handsome new livery stable is nearing com pletion. It is a big iron-clad build ing 150 feet long, with galvanized iron front in imitation of stone work. Mr. Barnctt says he hopes to drivo a horse out of the new stable by Sunday. Another western war lyric, bf Geo. M. Robinson, appears in this issue. George writes that if we could only get one good broadside at the Dons, "Abo Shivers" you know where Abe is would have to learn 10 whisper ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 March 1898

Efe''itv1i'-J.J -..?... daatisaaaJK&w-fii ir-i- til - -in ifrT(niintiVjWi MlVaaaMfillTil ., wM ii mi iun f reap 'pi'fl""w,,Pl;f - ""ssjFFr? , ? JS i' ' . ' ' V JsMSMsl - ii i 1 1 ' u R' x i r t: c .V fcv I ?v c r V . & V.TJT' " fit, HlslSSi2SiS3& A"lK) oij) n oojjj )SDAoi JtJ3A 00 I ssoqs'SnoDSoaB'pqSn oo l "sjjiqs jiioav AC3H K.uam o? JOtlUBfii uouoq o $Z otjsDuioQ imojfi Xaeott at " sp;cj 1101103 oi ;sscAUB3OD0cqox saooo Ada ..aMon n lion,, naqt pur 'tijiSe ao )(oo o UMOjq XIDl'ia ouop s.lj ssoiMns m pur 'p3iSg s ) U3in pur .iNrvxoci xi -ncioer,. isnui 9 puc HCU3SEI ODCdg jno wmoh EJia aw 'sjjhllcicIS' on sinods' on i i H2IOI.S : Eroin(JK3B&fi,CliccrfuI Intssafitf llStpnfMfls neilhcr ppiumTMorpmaa'oorlJificral. NoTNTAltCQTIC ' fytpfOdlVMCZLBTCBm ! J AMUUSJi &$ W&&S32U IHjAJ 1 ApcdSHIcflffivro"rT56nslipa- ilM?riasrfiSLEER TMSirM?SignaTuir?or Lex CXACT COPVOF WRAEBEB. !ffl".-i NPV4 MEDICINE for the MILLION.. iBjnlSiiiiliiiiiiiiiiimmiiiininiTiiiniinninmili...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 31 March 1898

.,. M&MIMtgr& Jj tH I 1 I -N ft'- fcsr- i -nMK' K ,X. X? i IN "'f'WIfWIl ,- ''wsntT1 j o jfcnAi uitii ii 'Jh ii A ifcnirfli-irlf"m'lihriiilflii "tjj?-' ' ' ' SpeM PAcq.oR'eibNTiNo cAsn WATCH, With II. NV. Raymond' Movement, (or $25.00, With a First-Class Guarantee, at. A. D. SISK'S BOOK ANDJEWELHY STOKE MADISONVILLD, KV, ' ppinTrfgia Bi,gi, t..f i'.i.yiin.in.puiuhi.j,y.uii:.gt,i.iuyiii.,'giiiju,fj,jijii.iyv.i ii.-y;iiu.f, L NINTH YEAR. PRESIDENTS MESSAGE-CONCLUSIONS OF THE COURT v?ull Text of the Report of the Court W IT VJjSA UN Tho Mftino Court oi' In quiry So Reports to . llio President. SPAIN IS NOT MENTIONED Captnlu .Slgsbco mul tho Vessel's '"" ' Crow Aro Completely Exonerated. THIS PI,ATUS BENT UPWARDS I'roMlilcnt'H Message? to Congress Dock Not Mention Possi bility of War. rraniutt the Itcport to Congress trllli Mo Blnrlllns; Statement im to III Intention Asks for Oe- tlbcrnto Consideration. Washington, Jlnrch 20. Tho president Monday tent tho tallowing messago Ic co...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 31 March 1898

&4feytfe&L- 'mmi J) W f - r .1 :H u Cg 3cc PAUL M. MOORG, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Incorporated. Entered the Fcitoffice at BarlliiRton at Second clan matter. SUBSCRIPTION HATES: Una Year,strletly In advance... 1 1 oo Six Months, " " so ThteeMontut, " Slntle Copies , 5 Specimen copies mailed free on application, Correspondents wanted In all parts ot the eonntr. Addresses for particulars. THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1898. nalnc" and "Kentucky." Wo present to-day to the read ers of The Bee the full story of the tragic end of the good battle ship Maine, with her precious car go of brave American boys sacri ficed on the altar of heroism ; and the first chapter in the story of the majestic new Kentucky, who was consigned to the arms of old ocean with the purest sentiment and the deepest, strongest patriotism. She is a first-class fighter with "a fighting pa me" and, as all hope, a glorious career.- Truly, if the heart's wish of the staunch citizens of this grand Commonw...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 31 March 1898

-, j!f ." U : 4Q M mt Wf r,, 7j lvAo,v "By 3ubusiru me Cfjrtoc." .LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. Eva Nisbet, of St. Charles, was in the city Saturday. Gene Gianinni, of Providence, stop Saturday with relatives here; ' Misses Maggie and Eura Stodg- Jiere this week. loscnh Mothcrshead has ko far 'COVftrfl frnm tl,Q rrnf tllnncc liat ho is now able to be up. Mrs. W. S. Bramwell, of Nash lie, and Miss Sallie Farnsworth. of this city, spent several days in St. Louis. Patriotic feeling is at the top notch, and our citizens arc dis playing Old Glory big and little from numerous places in the town. v Rev. I. H. Tecl, pastor of the innstian church at this place, be- Kan a scries ol meetings in Provi dence, Monday evening. The ser jices are being held in the Baptist (wren. f Miss Genoa Rich, aged n, and r. Dillard Summers, aged 15, pt this city, were married last Inesdily evening, at the 'nome bride, Rev. W. II. Moore gating. house of Sam Talbott, at tercial, Union county, was by incendiaries. Two jwho wer...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 31 March 1898

. -,.iiiiii.w,,P"'v"'-jr,,i W-'T? s .' ;. ,-v 1 HEv- in1- vt f . v t i- fc. .. ' I ''' '' '"" &v i., ' TV fr " B s IS 'jiMnn.i.iviaM 'niAMasiaVW yanvn 08JI8d: TlOiC TJ. TTBO 8 JOXOO HI IlOiC SS-BSld HBO 8M l-'WOiLJiOS 'JOAD SB 3JB 0A J0qU13UlDT pOJDJJO JDAO OAEll OAV OUJt 0l3ldui03 JSOUI puc isnSici 011,1 OAq aou oav nsoj c sc puy 'BNIHJ.O' jnO JO UOIJOOpS Dtjl UI 3JB3 ONIHXOaO AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS. WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR EIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTOBLA," AND "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK. J, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was the originator of " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same that has borne and does now s sffiZZ' on evcrV bear the facsimile signature of 0z;7&&&c wrapper. This is the original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFU LLY at the wrapper and see that it is the hind you have always bought ZLSam on l0 and has the signature ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 31 March 1898

iittfliilfttttffiMMv ... limitlliiAiiidh..lumA.,.iki,,..'tfli..Al,AmAvAH OPEN PACG OR IIUNtInq CASH ...u ---T-ViiirrttimifciiiiiJuHdtn-A,,. ....BRINQ YOOR.... " tDatcfas attb 3et?elry With U. W, Raymond's Movement, (or $25.00, With a riritClat Quarantcc, at POR REPAIRING TO CI. D. Sisfi, 3ncler ttTaMsoiiDtlfe. J. KIRCHDOERFFER. wbotas bad 25 years A. I). StSK'S nOOK AND JEWELHY STOHB, ' If MADISONVII.LD, KY. M experience, with first-cla reference. l "TaT 1 i7,-,.7iiJTjji,'iajiirf!iiJji.i.jjiiiiuijuiiiiju'5jn 1 1 j 1 ' j wpirpwiynLrpuiirpigiu jm'fm j,i jy NINTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 01, 1898.-SUPPLEMENT. NO. 13 p . 1 "k MB;iii"jt i :Hf M, - "Granny" Metcalfe. miitmiMMi aw "I IK It years sll, ul hats nM stxrtt all sf lit cai asd Iidc riMdi.i au bin tiMIl .on dsrtsf aj lid 1 ul l.r tin bests, f ih. iffriaf 1 III Mil 1 li'imn tti ssj nmrij mil ulii. Ban's Pil Til IIo.it IiiIi.. s.it i.j r.im.oral ra mi u f iirr. a. w. n . Mbtr miii ir.iMpiili St klH...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 31 March 1898

"f J V , ' ' .' ' w 1 :1 J1S COMPARED. s'orld-Hernld Figures inn Product Values rally Increased. Hen may Take this 7? i Conclusive. nondencc. .( .. r- r iu--i. oS -m-S.Inn nf frin.cilvrr M orators to deny the im- in nnccs 01 farm pro lix i has occurred in the ?)M steady fall in the price Hyi i led somebody to make Ufa of the prices quoted Yfi nha Wnrld-Herald of u with its quotations at W the adoption ot tne Ijftttform. This table is K(4 ntorrclinf since it in- jW-tically all articles of iM :tion, showing an m yk. ic price of every one, (ntrovertinp the asser h3e increase in prices is rrrkreadstuffs and due to r abroad The table, ust been published in jsional World-Herald 1 Mr. Bryan's nomina- o. i8o6. with those tiat nancr 21 months i io, 1898, and is fol- g prices ot farm products maha woriQ-iieram, juiy 1 of Iiryan s nomination), its quotations ot prices ii July 10, Mar. 10, i' 180G. 180S. bf.) os;s T 4.15 I 300 ..300 m 500 il 2.QO ".Jders 3 55 t- 3'5 :::::::::: JHs, salt dry. .0...

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 April 1898

. jt.. : .aJ.3;..... j tuM-Jii "' 1j , WhhJ' 'fWlpjIM r(WW V:-' wt ."V A .1 ati ii a li 'Vitf imrf i-Alnllra-ta'i fr, jfaisdU tr&imifauAnA &-& -t. .fta,.--,,, -A. A OPEN PACB OR IIUNTINu"cASB WATCH, 4 ....BRINd YOUR.... I Datcfies anb 3wcfru FOR RRPAIRINO TO i a. D. Sisk, 3ewIer, ZITaMsonoUle. i J. KIRCHDOERFFER. who has had 25 year experience, with first-class reference. With II. V. Raymond's Movement, for S2S.OO, With Rut-Clais Ouarantee, at A. D. SISK'S BOOK AND JEWELRY STORE, ft S MADISONVILLG, KY i ,-' fA-i i ij'iniin jwmjfjum ji at' pj'tjp uiuy-J ) H'j.11 ;'ipn,y;icLiuj;,JJi3Jpu,yjiuyi., iijii 1, j tuipry NTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1898 NO. 14 jflkLjyjubtfSW aOttaOk HiiHBBM VwNOvT'Sfe. fc Jy,'S. -) Taaaaak. Tfe tit l? sH Irosn. wboonimrcouEhnud colds are quickly alloyed und danger averted uy DR. BELL'S I NET A R- k?X" ONEY Ilk fatuous remedy will cure ttack ot croup in tiie time u to find n doctor. Every ic should have it rea...

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 April 1898

'ISssSS wpp tpw , el"! rsA W r 1. n w Bee PAUL M. MOORB, Editor and Manaer. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated ) Entered the Pcstofflce at Eatlingtoi. a Second SUBSCRIPTION RATES' Una Ycar.strlctly In advance Six Months. " " , ft 00 5 ThreeMomba, as Single Copies.... . 3 Specimen copies mailed free on application. Correspondents wanted in all parts oftne conntr. Address us for particulars. THURSDAY. APRIL 7, 1898. "lr-war comes the battles will be largely fought and won by Ameri can coal inexhaustible against Spanish supplies by the ship load At a meeting of the Jackson county Democratic Committee re cently a resolution was adopted condemning the Goebel law. There are some Democrats who decline to be made parties to the outrage, The Treasury gold reserve con tinues to crow-in the very face of possible war. It now is $175,628, 686 and the available cash balance has,reached $225,932,219 There is nothing small about Uncle Sam's pocket book. JMr. E. E. Guffv has resigned the position ...

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 April 1898

MBESB&SBt s fii9ftv o St ? '1 ,fl ? N M K K' 1 'SL km m "SM3iious.ru rot Cljritie." MAL NEWS. r-ain gum. men who have not heen subscribers' to.TiiK?J3EE are voluntarily offering their suliscrip lions in gratifying mitnbcis. There 'ie others whose names we would appreciate. Add them now. An Earlington gentleman said the other day that it was a shame a man not to take his home paper, and he forthwith entered his name ns a subscriber to The Hke. Go thou and do likewise. Miss Bessie Brown, of Madison ville, vUited Miss Mary Mothers head Sunday. Mrs. C. II. McGary and little daughter spent a few days this week with relatives in Springfield. Miss Mary Maboncy left last Thursday for Uusscllville, where tlie.-iintends making her future honri. Mr. Clint Desmore and family, who have been Earlington citizens for a long while, have gone to In diana to make their future home. Mr. Desmore will engage in farm ing. Mr. E. J. Umstead is a regular traveler by rail to his work with theMadisonville...

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 April 1898

: .I' '" r-.J- "iMtiSii m?:miwmMr i"wyTi W Fffi:rfl "TWy 'SfP1 V, - rpsiaKirjii re fr 'AMDnJLWHM 'mniAWDBiaviAi s 'HTTVM 90TJd iCn'B soxni'B 8AT31 8y Ax09ji9a Kg -joxoo nx noA 'JOAO SC DJB P3J3JJO J3AD OABtJ pUC JSoSiCJ OtJJ OACtl 'BIMIHIO'K) 9NIMS jno jo uojioojos oijj ut ojeo 1 iONIHXOlO I v- '"I II '"" ' ' ' "T JSVegefablcPrcppralionrorAs slmilaUng lhFoodandncgula llng thcStQUiadis andBoweis of Itomotes'Digcsbon.Chccrful tttssafulBfestContalns neither OpiumIorphintJ norHiiicral. InotNakc :otic. av onxda-swxLEaxmEa JtAUUSJu jbiliJi.' ApcrfccWcittctiy forConslipa lion, So'urtbiracli.Diarrhoca, nndLos'S OF,Sleef. Tat'Siimfe 'Signalurc'of f3&Gt NEW YOHK. L rXACTTOPT OF WHAEFEB. SB3 -.vm.1i -- ,It r MEDICINE for the MILLION oc i in i ui I ilM lli ntlt tt i 11 i i iti ii i A NetWork company of manufacturing chemists, the Rlpans Chemical Company, placod upon the market about Ave )eari ii.ua medicinal tablet or "tabule" coiniKsM of coinpreued powdered preparatlui m f irrtuln medicina...

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 April 1898

3 "PPM :asb K OPEN PACB OR HUNTING CASH ....BRINdYOUR.... WATCH, lDatcfas cmb 3cu?clry- With II. V. Raymond' Movement, for $25.00, With a First-Class Guarantee, at A. D. SISK'S BOOK AND JBWELKY STOKE, MADISONVILLB, KV. I'OR REPAIRING TO CI. Z). Stsls, 3ctclcr, ilTabisoituille. I. KIRCHDOERFFER. who lias bad 2 vean experience, wiib first class reference. p jjij'i'ijj I'yMyiify inyunyiuqpuaiyiiiiiiyjia ;-" J ' fT EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1898 NINTH YEAR. NO. IB I' ' . ' H -ik laxvs - "OvOJ latvWrfm. T1 TTraUjW -jg-,cfc. .aW iaan "" 5 mi tum' 2' f v X. .a 2! 1W il ilo " h all rS ? I? Mil J-fc hte V tfil Ly $ II TtTi jL3 Sound Lungs j; arc kept sound mul weak lungs X arc tnndc stromr bv Dr. Hl'LlS Fink-Tar-Honkv n scicnlific remedy or the most wonderful efficacy in all lung nflcctions. "A ynirago I had a lone spell of fever that settled in my lungs and caused a se vere cough. My nbvslclans thought I would not recover, but Dr. IIzlO i'ine-Taii-Honkv stomi...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 14 April 1898

m '9 iiipnTili 1 i.. i ifiwmmmm BtftV. ? jm .---i' Wa-Ufr " . i i WWfc.lTTT" V, " ?r, --,-i f f ft Si r i ' V- .9 I if fc ' 1 & I'JP' .. ti Bee PAUL M. MOORO, Gdltor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Incorporated. Entered tho Pcstoffice at Barliugton as Second Mass matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Una Year, alrlctljr In advance. ft oo 50 bit Monins, ThreeMontha, " ' ij Single Copies ; Specimen copies mailed free on application. Correspondents wanted In all parts ot the conntv. Address us for particulars. THURSDAY, APRIL 14. 1893. Gen Grosvenor lias been re nominated for the sixth time from the Eleventh Congressional dis trict of Ohio. The March customs receipts under the Dingley law were nearly 150 per cent in excess of the re ceipts for the first month under the now law. Even the rumors of war did not serve to place the new law at disadvantage. The war news and the seeking for the latest intelligence from the seat of government has been and is engrossing the attention of all, 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. — 14 April 1898

fK 2 v m$m &WkMKm&& U "Y2n TttS-KfttMi m TU1a ' -JJ MtVUtttJ VV 4HVV, LOCAL NEWS. " Miss Grace Osburn, of Madison ville, visited Mrs. Charles Gill, this week. Miss Maggie Barnctr, of Mani sxfou, spent Sunday with-Mrs. Wal ter vvrignt. Miss Bcttie Davis, of Mortons Gap, visited Miss Fannie Mc Gregor, this week. i Mr. and Mrs. Winfrey Parrish, of Ilajson, visited Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Stevens, this week. Mrs. Taylpr Myers, of Nashville, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Cardwcll, here this week. II. C. Bourland and mother and Henry Browning returned yester day from a visit to relatives in Dixon. The assignee of the Earlington Wine Company, this week disposed oi about one thousand gallons of wine to a Louisville wine merchant. A distinguished physician said that when fagged out by profes sional work he recruits his strength by eating raisins, and not by drink-. ing stimulants. Geo. Robinson fell off a horse one day last week and sprained his ankle. He was confined to th...

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 April 1898

If .r" ifyr r, wi'jp'ffBwP t. tra assess M" " n 'AMDnjLWHM 'mniAWosiavw 2 'xthtiwaa an 1 iuz-1 or 90T.iT.cI iCtTB CLSOTCIT 9A13TJ 9M JOXOO TIT TAOiC 8St39Xd TTBO QJ& WOJLLLOa 3HL AY '4DA0 SB OJE 0A J3qiUDlU3JJ pOJDJJO J3A0 OAT!t O.tt QUI 0)3dlUO3 JSOUI pun jsoSJjej oqj oabij aou oav xsoi b sb puy "9NIH1GTO 9NIMS ano jo uopooos otn ttt ojcd 1 iONIHwLOaO AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS. WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA,' ' AND "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK. 7, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis Massachusetts, vias the originator of " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same that has borne and does now j? Mfj-ji? m ever bear the facsimile signature of Ota&ffizi&&ts wrapper. This is the original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty Kjjears. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is the hind you have always bought zzSa'-j-iC' on ",e and has the signature of &&...

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 April 1898

&JP- m --T WMHHsiMBHHsWlWRy- r""KrM 'J MilF f - -jV '"vrsBBBfssfsfs?s V . I Zr w "" vU TV AV'- u. -r-- , .mi,.fliln4,'iitA..!il.i,An.,ffljlinjfa,,l,.a. ..aii,8 irfAlr.,ifl....-a.. irA,iA THE LARGEST LINE OP Jl WE CONTRACT TO FURNISH . & n AIL- PAPER WALL. PAPEJFS, In Western Kentucky it now at D. SISK'S BOOK. STORE, And bang It on the walls complete per room, from I oo and up. First class werlc A. tuarantecd at A, D, SISK'S BOOK STORE, MADISONVILLB. KV. In all the lexilinR designs and colon. Dot loin price Riiaranteed. MADISONVILLB, KY. i Jr-yl-T''-",'m--7-"T'""-T""T-""1I'' '",T''"'IT'""T'""I7' "T"1' Ininth year EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1898. NO. 16 V. ismm ' v vWuffl'Bb -&-.. 4&s . sfBflaaBrxsafcw k 5 W . r-rrr aJk. -isSCW. "filyi!K . .i . .M B r H 1 rf 1 ;EsS WmP IHHHMIImPCfllHIwl i i 171 J I Cu fe3TSma.''lsISyi3a - ?. .-.i, 'bLiL tmr tm rM ira . x: - -- i n11 ijjwii ihhv kl7 -ws. w tmr rm sTstmi tsTsTsTss i slJ -I , ,v h U IS K I '...

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 April 1898

g A.-j.-"iya 3- nJ it i $ 23ee PAUL M. MOORE. Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Incorporated. Enured thePcttoffice at EatlInton at Second 2laii miner. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Oni Yeir.MrlctlrlnidTince Ii o Sli Monlhe. " " 50 TlirerMonthl. " I Single Copies :,," s Specimen copies milled tree on application. Correipondenti wanted In ill parti of the cauntT. Aaaresiuiiorparucmir. THURSDAY, APRIL a I, 1S9S. A ftTivrissue of Dunn's Review says:j5t is interesting to note that nearly all branches of busi ness show surprising improve ment." Gen. Lew Wallace, the famous author-warrior, has abandoned his race for Congress and will take the field for Cuban independence and humanity. It is rumored that Hon. J. W. Yerkes, of Danville, will ask lor a commission and enlist a regiment of Kentucky volunteers to help ex pel the Spaniards from the West ern map. The chief of the Agricultural Department of Kentucky discovers from late reports that the fruit crop is not so badly damaged as at first...

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 April 1898

' J 7 i" .-j -s ,f :i J .1 7f i "3i 3u6ustru we Crrioe." LOCAL NEWS. EMrs. Mary Adams, of Allensville, ajnnB mrs. frankic Williams, week. i AVlr. Isaac Fox, of Earlington, xti Mr. Clias. Egloff a short usit Sunday. m !"-. w , Masters Leo and Ray Herb spent Saturday in the country wmi uuaney ugiott. Mrs. W. S. Bramwell anil little daughter spent several days last week with relatives here. Mrs. V. G. Bramliam, of Hop. kinsville, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Umstcad, of this place. Miss Alma Hanna, of Madison ville, spent a couple of days in the country with -Misses Mary and Agatha Egloff. We are indebted to Mrs. Chas. Egloff for a bunch of beautiful and fragrant lilacs that bring a whiff of balmy spring into the editors office. By special request Elder I. H. Tecl, pastor of the Earlington Christian Church, will occupy the pulpit of the Christian Church at Owensboro next Sunday. Among the topics to be dis cussed at the State Commercial Convention wilt be a plan to expe d...

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