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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 October 1898

US Jtj. rA - &"- - Fk & rrsr & Rt I New Goods Cheap I? 4? 4? 49 49 49 4? 4? 4? 4? 49 49 49 A At A . A 0 6 i i b Temptations will lie very great this fall to in duce you to purchase elsewhere belore looking at the splendid bargains we intend to offer you, but wc have never failed in the past to be able to meet any emergency, and feel very confident that as heretofore you will find wc are still at the bottom in prices. Will it be asking too much to suggest that you look over our stock after you have priced goods elsewhere and com pare quality and price? Wo can assure you that you will not regret it. Very truly, Ji ANDERSON & WALLER, MADISOIMVILLE, KENTUCKY. 49 49 49 Joo r peer ct- or cvry wci evepe ": CC GTT EC ?? "2T C5-2T EC ST' i o b b b i c b I b b b b b b TIIE SUNDAY SCHOOL'. LESSON III, FOURTH QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, OCT. 10. Text of the Lesson, II Chrnn. xztr, 4-13. Memory Vcracs, IM1 Golden Text, II Chron. xxxlr, IS Commentary by ths. Iter. D. M. Stcnrn...

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 October 1898

TT -, Aim Ai r'tfc'iiTiAmnlriinilfci nAmrAif ""T'Wfti rA. a5.nl-w.,-i.'iitrfi B , . igwfri.mft .rift.,.. Bin) tlmi SrrinnI ISnlPe 1 A. 3D. Sil: has just received a large shipment of School Books and Supplies and you can get anything needed in the school room at prices that cannot And school supplies from A. D. S1SK. Special inducements will be given. Call and see his prices uo unucrsoiu. see mm at MADISONVILLE, KY. b f'J"TJ' 'i"m I8""' I'' " I-""1 1 M'V "' " ' ';" 7J g-" Mfr-";j'tyiuujy MADISONVILLE, KY. ( a ' y' ,y j y uy "iy 'i,y piy iiy y iy q; IfruiyMyMywiTf EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTYj KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1898. NINTH YEAR. NO. 42 Ja.,w.Ai...-a...o,..l s Mk I r ,f tH -v. vWVviiivx-jdtttt" 5. i'vis .Tjwft. i HsV ft THE VIRDEN CLASH. Situation as Seen by Special Correspondents. Comments of Some Leading Daily's and Trade Journals. Legal Steps to Be Taken to Fix the - Responsibility. The hurried and falsely colored first reports sent oiU by some cor respondents concerning...

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 October 1898

nrf. ' v'U.J",!'-'.' -"? -' 1 ' . , 4.SA.-A 'l'1! ' .t.fr'"fc jr. ' ' --. ,, 4 n T 'f'H.i'.fcHf ji. t4j l f -" . , r o la Ik et. fn fa M; . 2 U ' , f- vl r T (LbclMi Bee PAUL Mi MOORB, Editor anil Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated.) Kntcted the Pcstoffiec t EatlltiRlon as Second tin matter. SUDSCK1PTION RATES: One Year.strlctly In advance. ti oo 50 Ma Months, TlirceMonthi, " " 9 Specimen copies mailed free on application. Correspondents wanted In all rarts of the conntv. Address us for particulars. Spanish authority has ended on the beautiful island of Porto Rico and no flag but Old Glory now floats there. The liberty giving folds of "Old Glory" are waving about the beau tiful and fruitful isles of the seas Hawaii, Porto Rico, and more to follow. A new and rather novel designa tion has been applied to the Third Kentucky. One State exchange speaks of the "Third Ky., Regi ment V. U. S. Army." The United States is some 800, 000 inhabitants bigger than ever. That is what we ...

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 October 1898

if Jr "J3U 3noustru, toe Hljrtoc." "" LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. Julia Sisk spent several clays with relatives here this week. The Grand Lodge of Kentucky Odd Fellows will meet in Paducah next year. Mr. R. M. Salmon and famiIy,of Ilslcy, visited' relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Hooscr are visiting relatives in and about Elkton. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Farnsworth arc visiting relatives in Nashville, this week. Mr. Ben L. Rash. and wife vis ited the family of Mr. J. R. Rash, a few days, this week. Mr. E. G. McLcod, of Madison villc was in the city one evening last week, and attended services at the Christian church. . Mrs. P. 13. Davis went to Han son Monday to attend the funeral of her cousin, Miss Bculah Ashby, who has been in ill health for some months. Mr. Edwin Philips is home from Dawson Springs after a short stay. Jesse and Ed visited him Sunday, and he came home with them. His condition is somewhat improved. Our public school was given a holiday on Monday. There is lit- tie. re...

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 October 1898

Mi III WZZM ir-.iw ' it VI ?Wf$ F 'T-TTO T .S,T?.'!, ' V ' i ' Us 3? h- s -i, fr. ' i A !' V m. "jCmomj, I; New Goods Cheap, i Temptations will be very great this fall to in duce you to purchase elsewhere belorc looking at the splendid bargains we intend to offer you, but we have never failed in the past to be able to meet any emergency, and feel very confident that as heretofore you will find we are still at the bottom in prices. Will it be asking too much to suggest that you look over our stock after you have priced goods elsewhere and com pare quality and price? We can assure you that you will not regret it. Very truly, 19 i ? 49 4? 4? 8 ANDERSON 4? 4? 4? MADISONVILLE, KENTUCKY. MaTtf?MtmwtiniuHfflTrntfiJiTi'nimiiiHCTnnnnnffimitiiwmwt5J sBm "saval 1 1 Ivl aH 91 ASfcfielabJclTCparalionrorAs- slmilating Ihflfoodandllcg ilia ling thcSlomadiSiindDaw-cla of PromotesTSJsBotLChcciruI hcssafdEsLdonlMns neither OpiumiMoiphinartior MncraL Not Narcoiic. ravmtfasasHaiJmMa sjsssfr y jmuiusjA-...

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 October 1898

IHOCBhHiBVEBA r 'sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssm AriHt' H . J o - c - . . ' 'M ffi m SM,:a& A Am atWA..' AiAA, 4s .lit it ., f r. ,,,?, ?. ll!Vv II Amfl .....A. -twin. d...d,-..r,. !.&. A. A fedHr -A 13. iW 31K c rj ' OT"-sfeis0 . 4 " RmJ t)fii SrticitthRfflnbc f! Suy put f)cWs.oofts And school supplies from A. D. SISK. Special inducements will be given. Call and see his prices Si MADI&ONVILLB. KY. - Tig' - g-1 ' p" i" up." y i y. ".i ' ' y ' y t"1"" t-" y1"?'" EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1898. NO. 43 V I has just received a large shipment I if A I BlH 0 v feBKig -rl Qv W f V or school Books and supplies and ) ,$ I 1 -ar-SHH INin I lHI115ycMgmwiLm .. ,.mlMlmmm&m y i JIH i yQl can get anything needed in the M 1 BV JsSMi Btilfitfft IJ3WgBPMf 1 1 1 Mti iDiHm Mrnfff T H M k f' jf raf 3 scll0l rom at prices that cannot 1 I III yPI v1wW llaMlIaHBBMfclFKEiK xX IV . 5 bo undersold. See liim nt V II ISIPtaMM...

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 October 1898

w jr - - ....-.pm 'i.., -,- .. .-mfaiiifja.. . .,. .-- ..bhllkt.kdBllHIUBiBAl JrK ,'V s1taMMMMsslsms''fter'aaasMsssiBirr " - ' TTSrsWWWT?! frt "PgJ'JnW'r'W""'' " '; ;? "T 'HI1 "tPHF" riqUBF- ' nWv "I'll I i ') PP1 -fWMIWPJHLliW ' ''W ' ' ' V-. 'J C Jit' nW j? t J !" ij lAUL M. MOORB, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANYi Incorporated. Entered the Pcstoffice it Earllngton at Second Ut.matter. SUBSCIUPTION RATES: One Ver,itrlctlrldvnc Six Months, " " J ThreeMontht, " Spedmen"opleroVlied'ffeo'onyppil'catlon. Correspondents wanted In all parn of tbe eonntr. Address u for partlculara. THURSDAY, OCTOBER. 27, 1898. The Congressional Situation. The die is cast. Both candi dates will run through. Mr. Fowler "will probably have the1 'Log Cabin" in each county except Hancock. It is most probable that his man damus suit to prevent the clerk from putting Mr. Jolly's name un der the "Log Cabin" in that county will be of no effect, and that Mr, Jolly will get the party device there. Thus Fow...

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 October 1898

B5tt MBflNHHSHHHfl ( sV . i d r A V tt f.1',. t. jj- M. - -f elH .. "Su ZJuoustru. wc (Lrrtoc.;' LOCAL NEWS. r A Religious Pointer. If sorao of the churches aro as bad As other cbnrches say, Their s'teeples really ought how sad, To point the other way. L. A. W. Bulletin. ' Miss Nannie Stokes spent Tues day in Madisonvillc. - Kcv. R. M. Wheat filled his appointment at Nebo last Sunday. Mrs. II. W. Wcndclkcn, of Clovcrport, spent a few days here with relatives the first ol the week. "" i - & Mrs. W. V. Etheridgo and chil- luruu ivuirncu oamruay nigni irom fa-two week's visit to relatives in Nashville. Miss Mary Ethcridgc ".accompanied them home. . -, Jj;-v Dan M. Evans' new addition to .. his residence has been at a stand vpstill for some days. The rainy f weather has put a sprag in his ; wheel, and the enclosure is still out ' -of doors. Rev. I. II. TccI, pastor of tho ' Christian church, was so indis posed as to be tiaable to 'attend fscviccs at lis church fbr several .meetings,...

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 October 1898

" ft ,i,,j ."p i?X .4 , ,.., i " - c 'i-'jJssnaaaasaam. ''Ik, , JS jjs1 4? 4? 4? 4 4? ti 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 && "i a 1 Sfe-. & w A wftftftft waftS c New Goods Cheap Temptations will be very great this fall to in duce you to purchase elsewhere belore looking at the splendid bargains we intend to offer you, but we have never failed in the past to be able to meet any emergency, and feel very confident that as heretofore you will find wc are still at the bottom in prices. Will it be asking too much to suggest that you look over our stock after you have priced goods elsewhere and com pare quality and price? We can assure you that you will not regret it. Very truly, S ANDERSON & WALLER, g 49 MADISOJUVILLE, KENTUCKY, bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb THE. SUNDAY SCHOOL. LESSON V, FOURTH QUARTER, IN TERNATIONAL SERIES, OCT. 30. bb bb b wmmimmnmmiHmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought, and vrlilcli lias been In uso for over 30 years, lias lior...

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 November 1898

aV?; 'www "r.T E V jhnrfciA-i A'rAiAl aAnAmAm" 4 A.. ID. iel '1'f.iTtTrgffiiiT-'. tuTfg-irtrrg- n;'iutS-ii-fl"i lAirfh Buyout ScfaoI'BooRs , has just received a large shipment of School Books and Supplies and you can get anything needed in the school room at prices that cannot And school supplies from .A. D. SISK. Special inducements will be given. Call and see his prices . uu uuuuisuiu. occ linn ai r MADISONVILLE, KY. U " ty inj.u'i.'pay q? imiy miy wiyi F y . lymyiffrii cyaiu.jp NINTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUGKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1898. NO. 44 - 'ttyr r . .Mm if ' - V : rrr: k - J&A'4Eaa,' !SSv riffi k d NteJJ 4P ft-jgfra WSSSL SaT W V MADISONVILLE. KY . . . i M J h ' - v 'i ) 1 r i L 'Rebjbcb&chAch'S 8 omnr idiunL 4 4 Some of the Good Things in the Big ... St. Bernard Store in all Departments. Full Stock ... W Shoes for Everybody. As we always have, so have we now the best things on earth in Shoes for everybody of any age. Nothing but the most substanti...

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 November 1898

if if .s PAUL M. MOORB, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated. Entered the PettoHce it Earllunlonat Second .Wss matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: OoeVesr.strlctlr In advance I r oo Sit Months, " " J ThreeMontbs, " ' J SlnRleCoples ,V.." 5 Specimen copies mailed tree on application. Correspondent! wanted In all pant of the conntT. Address ns for particulars. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. "898. The Princeton Republican is again being published, having re covered from the shock of its re cent burning. If the Dingley bill is a failure, its successor will be selected by the Republican party. There is Tno'call for Democratic tinkers. 'buluth "Tribune." A most interesting and profit able session was that of the Sec ond District Teachers Association . at Madisonville last week. "Par vus Magister" will likely have something to say of it in the next issue. Notwithstanding the fact that the world's wheat crop of 1898 is estimated at 2,640,000,000 bush els, the American farmer has a very b...

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 November 1898

,.'.'. ' "WM ; f 1 iNtu" - & . ! & V. IfcSU. If h ,- . tfaittl8a& "J3u 3n6ustrjj roe (Lrjrtoe." LOCAUEWS. Mr. E. Bramwcll and wife, of Nashville, spent Sunday with rela tives. Mrs. W. W. Etheridge,,of this city, and Miss Mary Ethcridgc, ot Nashville, visited in Slaughters villc, this week. The Bee called Elmo Bourland, "Augy" Inst week. This is an npology as Augy is away out West and can't hear about it. Announcement and invitations are about to be issued ior a Thanks giving ball to bo given by some of the Earlington young men. Frank McGary is advance agent. Miss Lizzie Sullivan has been absent from her stenographer's ' chair for some days, being ill and under the doctor's care. She is better, however, and will doubtless be out in n lew days. Work is now in progress on the new residence of Rev. I. H. Tcel, at the south end of Railroad street, west side. Ground was broken early this week, and Contractor Oldham will push the building to completion. There was a business mee...

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 November 1898

ia i f-.r 5b :&:&&&&& New Goods Cheap. I ? 49 49 4 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 .49 49 49 49 Temptations will be very great this fall to in duce you to purchase elsewhere bclorc looking at the splendid bargains wc intend to offer yon, but wchave never failed in the past to be able to meet any emergency, and feel very confident that as heretofore you will find we are still at the bottom in prices. Will it be asking too much to suggest that you look over our stock after you have priced goods elsewhere and com pare quality and price? We can assure you that you will not regret it. Very truly, S ANDERSON 49 .49 49 MADISONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Jt era- or" ce'00'0't ccrcr o-cro- Tr,r'vvvr - m - - vww II, I ;I i.iUiimu I .iiiilmlull TT " .,11 mi. rc6elablcJ'xcpMS!loaror As similating iMTood Atuincgula-' ling thctomflchs acdBcweb of flVl-im)iU:i Promotesl5lgcsUori,ChcerM TncssaftdlfcstCofllMtis neither OpnimIotphinflCDr Ipneral. Not Narc otic. xtttercuo'SViisznTcssa 'j...

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 November 1898

ti - k v 'Kin " . - - iHl - - A.- - -- A'nAnnnrAiiiiiAliiinB' 1 iiiii ii18m (t I t AV.!T r .,rr r nwn - r .AWA2.r 4feiuAiinfli.iiA.yA,.. ? ,.-,i.:.rf n Inirit AA "i 7 BuU Uoui' rbofll Soaks h ., . 1 ' ' r i And school supplies from AfDJh '.? I. fti-ir r. . . , . . ... E SISK. Special inducements will be given. Call and see his prices iiiirtieAtiiiii i h .u muiownviui.Ciri 'y's I 'JinJ, it;jiu 'jjm yui 1,-yj.i ijin.yi.iitf . EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1898. NO. 48 BjffWW y has just received a largo shipment v I jttltfB o ffTWlSiTii9SieWfr -.T. Mm W& WfjfJk 1 of School Boks and Supplies and ft M B a -f-4HH MBV IPtff- QfcPJJ W A a Mtm M you can get anything needed in (ho jtf I 'fc MPB rlMftjP ft JadBSaalBBlSa Trrifo JWWlKMHPiKMlife- B adl'fc sLfe f school room at prices that cannot K 1 H I l fRjl4tfw7 ummWmWmwUBBmfEES vl fl X fl x M ; bo undersold. Seo him at rT 1&. W I B Br IVsBIBBHBEmm JffliKlBM VaV 1 1 B J MAOISONVILLE, KY. t Ifc- '' Ua. ImZ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 November 1898

--MsJjSHt, wft- 1 ?vfi4fi e "y;. iiif"VmT( i" Tjiftyy n ""' 'flJy!MK' '' ' '-J"""",""','"r'';ffi"rtV '- f 6 - r Ev K &V '. I Md , l'W y &'. B & : V. NT. . H J ,'H.' 1 !, - . jr K " i HW if r. ft IP v- - i (EBdMI lce PAUL M. MOORE. Bdltor and Manager. BEE FUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated. Enured thePostoBce (I Esrlington at Second lass matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: Una Vear.slrlctly In advance. ...... .Ii oo 50 Six Months, IhruMnnlh). " 5 Specimen copies mailed froo on application. Correspondents wanted In all parts of trie coantn, Address n for particulars. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER io. 1898. A Light Vote. The lightest vote ever polled in the county and congressional dis trict was cast Tuesday. We pub lish a practically correct tabulated vote of Hopkins County by pre cincts and an approximate state ment, of the result in the district. OF course Mr. Allen was victor ious. In Hopkins County such apathy prevailed that about two thirds of the Republican vote and one-half of the Democ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 November 1898

fm rtrr ,WWTWT Jk r. VI rw i o :? -. 'S .-; 6- Lw ' JV" 'f tlfojpgee 23d 3nbusirn, roe (Lljrtoc." LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. Steele, of Henderson, was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. S. E. Stevens, a few days this week. Dan Evans' new addition begins to take on the outside appearance of a finished house. The painters are at work this week. Jcrrold Jonson, who has been very ill with typhoid fever, is much improved and is expected to be out in a few days. Greenville Banner. New roofing on the Earlington Free Library and Assembly Hall adds to the attractiveness and com fort of that building that is visited by so many ot Earlington s people. O. S. Bonham left Tuesday morning for his home in Concord, Tcnn., where he expects to stay until he has fully recovered from injuries lately received on the rail road. Mr. J. E. Day has been sick for 'about three weeks and is suffering greatly from a facial neuralgia which effects his eyes so that the room must be kept darkened. He . cannot endure light. Rile...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 November 1898

P -:'MsslsslJ0PffS1Ml!SH!'' Srti ' ' i ri ' " i H w " . ' ' H in . y ; ' J . I. f : tf i. It- I I t 1 v I S I v4 :& Aft A )A)mOiO0Ja)J" H I tf J Vr OF BALTIMORE, MD, W lAl f ft .ffc sfl A 1 " ll A ft H LCSS0N VII, FOURTH QUARTER, "' $ ft "f" PfcfnAIM.nil'fe if ft A 1 fMUWltAMMM .ft PUDttSlIKD nv Tl HI U 111 Iilllllti1 I IIUJII I TERNATIONAL SERIES, NOV. 13. op I I II ! II II II II A I II II M II W Manufacturers' Record Publishing Co ll 9 49 49 ? 4 4 ' 4, 49 49 4? 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 Temptations will be very great this fall to in .duce you to purchase elsewhere bclorc looking at the splendid bargains we intend to offer you, but we have never failed in the past to be able to meet any emergency, and feel very confident that as heretofore you will find wc are still at the bottom in prices. Will it be asking too much to suggest that you look over our stock after you have priced goods elsewhere and com pare quality and price? We can assure you that you will not regret it. Very ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 November 1898

B - 1mbbSL'bbbbbh VBHsMBntBBiV' E'HBfl'SHHHHHf ' .i. K .S! v VmSIBBBBBIP7Ji TKLr kbblk assssf sBE3!JeBBBBBBBeBBM " riutHBPVA Hi " "i w ,'', - . .- a. ---i-.-A,."&.,alfr,,Jai vl fZvd JbuAi'ito.iAiinfai.nrflii .Z.i,Ai-,iai..-t .AA.,44 bbbwIsmI JPHBOT bwbbjjb"b"bbbbb", ! sassa,-- .i U f r A B- 4aBBBaavBlar -ftaafsaBBaW - Rr WiA 1 -- - . i . mm& . wW iSfc -. fc -xs fflP", A RARE - & Mr i a. j. sT-)iu: ? r zr m -- .. -sssuPtta- -aa?epsQ . .m m and unique selection of Cut Glass and Dresden China, Sterling Sil ver Novelties, Fine Lamps, Man dalions, Wave-crest Ware, Jardi niere, and Fancy novelties for a tnc Holidays at A. j MADISON VILLE. K Y.--.- the Holidays at A. D. SISK'S, 5L if Aittfii i t- i . If .jiiuj uw'iinJh" Ji'JJS NO. 46 Of 1 willln a few days open his large ? M .jriflMH ft (I v PntjlffMMMggS5gfc ri-JZZS&&m2zfer $?) ftgsf flg F J nB 4 line of Holiday Goods and will M ...gssgeilM jMb l"!i! j qEIBR)S7T7rMi 1 P,i V "ijBLi'I I'Mfc?! II ' 1 lii 1 W Rx. W. 1 W J ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 November 1898

lCI"jtf fc,HS ytt mm ' ':". ' x t t iv. I . KKT FHfi .- Bfifr3 .' . p 0 ,- ti t. v ... - Tf- T , t -. Il M. fN.' i P i ' CbejMSee PAUL M. MOORE, Editor ind Msnsjer. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated. Entered iboPcitoffice at BirtlnRton Second Uii nutter. SUDSCK1PTION RATES: On Yer,itrletlylndvnce '.... o Sit Month. " " ThreeMonllil, " " J SinglaCople . J Specimen coplet mailed free on application. Correipondenu warned In all patti o! the onntr. Addretimtorpattlctilari. TUUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 17. "89s. . iMByk7Uk.v-m Rr Hon. Thos. B. Reed will con tinue to be Speaker of the House. The Republicans don't want a bet ter one and it is announced that no other name will be mentioned in that connection. A heavy increase in the volume of money in circulation is shown by the October report of the Treas ury department. The net increase for October amounted to $49,979, 390. Very good for one month. Mr. Bryan's State, Nebraska that is, the State where he lives is all right. The incoming Legis lat...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 November 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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