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Page 4 [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
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 November 1898

ft 4 A - T S-iste- fr W m ..... OvVW- .fc lHly fes, JARARE . E A RARE . ouu uunjuc DUJtUlIUU Ul VUl UiaSS p. onrl iininiin nnlHHiu f f.. a. t k7. ..u "iwuwu viiniu, luitmg ou ver Novelties Fine Lamnq. Man. dalions, Wave-crest Ware, Jardi- f niere, and Fancy novelties for L the Holidays at A. D. SISK'S, ! MADISONVILLE. KY. - - . F in.ipmrp'in'piirpnijiu.i ?; T.j.y,u , n.ymp, ejprr E ARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1898 NO. 47 iw j :. r- . p. I1-- iiftiiii i -a- -, iismt - -mm- .4 m TaM I will in a few days open his large u Jr M H "MMMriS3MJfajCTmWr7;iiaf i xv& if V 1 Y ) line of Hoi day Goods and will ft M I I M II 1 ..jUM I jjl II I I I 4 vet .Novell s. P XS h present to me people a selection t BBT kSbbV rlfyy'y jiBogjaBTooWvTWW " rVrfr1! JWoT'iliafTWnFiTfyiT---r1 m satw afLw M J that will be up to date and unsur- L q& I I ySH vlpis A I r 9 X 4 a passed by any other dealer in .. .. F ft I I Hf VTTTrfaelssBiWa Jr! 1 1 flf J V J MAD.BOWVILUE, KY. R ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 November 1898

a!W7--"ig? S-9& T Wt ' I?MC8OT' ?".. i.V W ''. L CiH w fa& i? 7: . y - y ' ru "-a ' ' 3 ? , 4 ;' L -5 ; r V VI SO fc, , .1 V ,fc' it Jv ' ' H i-v:-. dt CHe PAUL M. MOORB, Editor nd Mnjer. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Incorporated.) Entered the PcitoBce t BarlltiKton n Second lii matter. SUBSCKIPTION KATES: OneYear.itrletlrtnadTance f i hi. Momhi, " " 'J ThreeMontha, " Specimen eoplea'malledlreeon'ippll'catlon. Correapondenta wanted In ill patta ot tne ountr. Addreaanaforpartlcnlara. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1898. Mfrffr Olve Thanks. The people of Earlington will generally celebrate Thanksgiving today by earning a good day's wages. The demand for coal is so great that the coal operator and miner serve themselves and their families and their neighbors better by working than otherwise. And cannot a man work and give thanks? Thanksgiving day is usually de voted to thanksgiving and feasting. A man may work and do both. If it were even a day of prayer and fasting could it not be observed...

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 November 1898

LJuEyS Wfi&QF' v-xj; "TEjPWr m WW: v?W- mjfVm W;7 w', ; r -. "By Snoustrij roe tlfjrtoe." LOCAL NEWS. Mrs, W. II . Hughes, of Morgan field, visited her parents here this week. Ed Arnold has been appointed deputy assessor by county assessor John C. Thomps9n. Willie Mills and sisters, Misses Emma and Pcarle, arrd Miss Mag gie Barnctt, of Manit,ou spent Sunday afternoon in the city. Cy Scott is to run the New Bel mont Hotel in Madisonvillc. It is expected he will open for busi ness by the first of January or earl ier. N Mr. D. . Duncan, of Greenville, was hero for several days during the past week and did some busi ness in life insurance among Earl ington people. Dr. R. T. Dishman, dentist, whrwas announced in last week's Bee, has secured quarters at the Jones Hotel and will receive pa tients and do work there. A number of Madisonvillc's leading merchants have agreed to close their places of business to day from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. in rec ognition of the national holiday. Mr. Jcrrol...

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 November 1898

twi Vr HHB(9!wImm ,,-UJP - iJH-- JIJJipHP "U HI1 II ''g.llJiplf'U'.flWW LRHpMPpJWBp U fc C li.J ft : 1 ft' I X" ,i F IM fcftAft New Goods Cheap 4? M 41 49 49 49 H 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 beiore 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, J! ANDERSON 49 49 49 MADISONVILLE, KENTUCKY, ?$ CfCfCfCv Cf evee C"CfCf cfCftv I've" ct Cf CfC everc 2?"! ? WWW WW WW V fl tHsssr a L 8B B H k g m wt Tlio Kind You Have Always iu uso for over 30 years, . and lias f7?jls sonal COCcAt&ij Allow tz&& All Counterfeits, Imitatio...

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

J J. J Cipltat Slock Paid In, -Tf V $80,000. Surplus Fens' (20,000. COMMENCED BUSINESS IN 1867. dr -JNO.G.MCltTON, BANKER. The advantages of a bank accounl nio numerous. It la not to busi ness men wo are talking they know all about It but to salaried men, wage earners and to women There's safety If the bank Is a good one. There's convenlence tbe money always ready and out of reach of your own petty squan dering, too. It Is easy to spend small sums when you have a large sum In your pocket A.ADISONV1LLE, - KENTUCKY BEN T. ROBINSON, DRUGGIST Morton' Gap Al ways on band a full and complete stock of 11RUGS AND MEDICINES. PJJR. KUMEKV and TOILET ARTI CLES I'AINTS AND OILS, PrfYICISANS' PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. ST. J0JIIES HOTEL, ST. LOUIS. SUROPBRN PL.RN. Rates: 75c. and $1.00 per Day. RESTAURANT POPULAR PRICES. SPECIAL 29c. DINNER. SPECIAL BREAKFAST AND SUPPEB. In. 1 rttrf Steak, or Mutton Chops, Potatoes, Cake, or Wafflts . Coffee or Tea and Fruit tf IN llaa. Ti Eggs. Potatoe...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 1 December 1898

ET!3?5TlIWBHMHIiWHHi wpwf f -"j' fi,vjiitaiiMttnHhsfit i Ti4MiiSMWHiwirtitttirMnMii P 1BHM R5q ippjf W' "I Wfl ' x, iT"'-""" MiBr 1 1 ! i ill Ml " J ;- PAUL, M. MOORE, Editor nd Mn(g-er. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated.) Entered the Pcttoffiee at EatlluKton it Second Hit matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: OnYer.ililctlylndance Six Months, " " J? ThreeMonthi, " SlnKloCoplea ..'. 3 Specimen eopiet milled free on ppllcatlon. CorreipondenH wanted In all parti of ine onnlT. Addreta n for parclcnlara. THURSDAY, DECEMBER i, 189S. ff Sekator Thurston, who last year was opposed to the annexa tion of Hawaii is now an expan sionist and favors retaining the Phillipines. He has yielded to the popular verdict. Statistics of the Post Office De partment show something of com mercial activity. The last fiscal year shows an increase of more than $6,000,000. Over 2,600,000 more domestic money orders were issued than during the previous year, the amount carried being over $16,000,000 increase. The short ...

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

m-JJ w -iy--- V jfc. ,,-- i r )LjM qejglgcc "33", 3noustrn, we tLfjrtoe." LOCALJEWS. Where It Hit 'Em. Thanksgiving Day has come and gone With Fortune's smile and frown, Theturkes "got it in Ibe neck," The small boy lower down. L. A. W. Bulletin. "Rev. R. M. Wheat filled his' regular appointment at Nebo Sun day morning and night. Elder I. H. Tcel, home from "Trigg county last week, says the farmers arc very much elated over the prices they arc receiving for their tobacco in that county. Mess. T. B. Franklin, of Charles ton, and John Petty, of Caldwell county, were visitors at Earlington Thanksgiving day. Mr. Franklin contemplates a possible move to Earlington provided he can makc suitable business arrangements. Elder I. H. Tcel closed his meeting at Wallonia, Trigg county, on Wednesday night of last week. Reports lrom the meeting arc that large audiences were in attendance and that the church was aroused to greater efforts. Several persons were restored to the fellowship of the chur...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 1 December 1898

.Vt " Va t. p - - -rt. ,' K m U jt J: ' ' bZ& f m ) ,,. i i i I. && AftAaftft&ftft a i 4? 4? ? ? 4? 4? 4? 4? 41 4? 4? 4? 4? 49 4? 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 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, 4? J? ANDERSON 4? MADISONVILLE, KENTUCKY. l II' 1 1 " " ' " "" '' JegeiinricJrcpjuiifor As similating fJufToodatulHcgula- ling IkStnmnths nntlBowgls of PromoteaT5JcsUon,Chccrrul--ncssatulBbstContalns neither SnumorpMoTnor Mineral. otNahcoxic. naveol'OaJX-SXKCnJSKBm sOxJmna JbdutUSJis- MCartattkSita I Htm Sit d- ltrjr'rrei ApcrfccUIdmcdy fortSjns...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 December 1898

wjr vjiuic. .iiiuusanus 01 suggestions for presents suitable for everybody. Don't fail to see the large display. V'"'V " : "'-V I-1"' &muyii ,y u znfrimyj ii'y mqyii'iyi gymj NINTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1898. ISO. 40 .it K JFjf President M i Full Text of the Annual Message of President McKinley to the Con gress of the United States. LARGELY DEVOTED TO THE RECENT WAR. Tlio Nailiiii'n Interest Demand Our Control of Ilia Mcatacuio Caul-rhe Standing Army elioultl ba Increased nud the Navy Aiigiuriiteit,tllli mi Admiral and Vice Admiral at lis Head. TO Till: BENAThTaND IIOU8E OF TtUPKKtiKNTATIVES; Notwithstanding tho added burdens rendored necessary by the war, our pcoplo rejoice In a very sat isfactory mill steadily Increasing degreo vt prosperity ovldcuccd by tho largest vol utno ot business over recorded. Manufac ture ha boon proluctlve; agricultural pursuits liavn yielded abundant return; labor In the Holds of Industry Is better re ward...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 December 1898

r- ?:i&i "inijiii-iirir'P1fi'j -i.p' ' ' w 7 Jk 61 siijssH it Bee PAUL M. M00RB, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated 1 Entered the Pcitoffice at EatliiiRton as Second I an matter. SUBSCK1PTION KATES: OnJ Year, itrletly In advance oo Six Month., " " 50 TlireeMonthl, " " Specimen copies' milled free on application. Correspondents wanted In all pans ol the ountr. Address us tor particulars. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1898. The Guthrie Courier should be jubilantly happy. The very origi nal of its editorial top-o'column passed through that town t'other day. The Dingley law has proved ef fective in turning the home mar ket over to home manufacturers, and it will enable them to keep it. Textile Manufacturers'1 Journal. Mr. Dingley says there will be no Tariff revision legislation at the coming session of Congress. And why should there be? Everything is working well. Mankato (Minn) Free Press. The article on "ginseng" to be found on the last page of this issue is a most ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 December 1898

- T JF.V'WW1-1 r t i ri-J??)-ji3MBp !5S3flP3pirvgyg' ys tasfrn, toe dfriDe." ;al news. a new boy in the home sward, of Madisonvillc. 111 be singing at the M. Hi soutli tonight. All invited to attend. irah J. Finley called at office one day last week, ly to Dawson, wnere sne ites keeping hotel. larion Si&k was called to rsvillc last week, on ac- tho illness of her father, t expected to recover. lopkins County Fair Com- icautifying the fair grounds ig out a lot of shade trees. the sort of improvement to Ham Clements, of Cleveland, fis hcrftjjttcnding the bedside this place. bc5WSwWKlears since lie county school teachers will kc a periodical pilgrimage to 'superintendent's office at Madi- Ivillo Saturday and for a time rship at the golden shrin'ov:. . . ..i,.g7.. p-omracior iuanon nicvra nas fcun work on the newJcfiidence Mr. Joseph Sumincrn South llroad street, cast side, near Wallace Crenshaw's new house. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Atkin- were in Henderson Saturday iding the funeral ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 December 1898

I - xJmmaRBBFSm nmm mmssf-mwmimmiS .Vi.f. -.. . a. 1.. . iMM) ! in-, , i I,, Mil I'Hili im iiaiiKitf ' lirwm'i mi. jrrramj. ars . j-lv im f If . -,- -. -y ,- LV? U: Rf; . u fc. rcftftftftftAAftaaftftftaftftfiAftftg New Good: i? 4? ? K ? 4? 49 4? 47 4? .4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 47 -,irfCVC'Cf ' uneap. Temptations will le very great this fall to in duce you to purchase elsewhere bclore 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, to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to ANDERSON & WALLER, MADISONVILLE, KENTUCKY. to ysyggyggggggyyggyyyggyyyygfr Ba3lsBla! Tho Kind. You Havo Always Bought, and...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 December 1898

kmjfl r&M rwaa "V-t "v"- 'iffy1,? fHFfl rfr' 'BWfp?s5g!y' f 'n"r-tiM-;-YW "1 '""f3 ii"!';' ?T5"W" "Tfrwe.: X. i 4 NINTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY,QDECEMBER 8, 1898 SUPPLEMENT. NO. 49 .5 &cfcdUcfrdfccfrfrcjft; STORE Some of the in the Big ... jjf: -fflfl' ipu) r St. Bernard in all Departments. Full Stock ... 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 substantial and genuine stock All at the most reasonable prices Specialties For Ladies: The choice styles made by Drew, Shelby & Co. For Men: The best things from the big factory of J. S. Nelson Fall & WinterClotliing. Large variety of HONEST, SUB STANTIAL, and Stylish Goods, La test Cut and Finish. NOTHING SHODDY. At the most reasonable prices. Quality and Style beyond question. $5 to 15 Suit. Blankets.. Big and Broad and Thick and Warm Made of Sheep's Wool. Elegant things and Cheap. Genuine Goods. All ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 December 1898

31 ir-r Wj '3S$B&BLt trr-S- K1HK9 4 I. wl If '. y i Ft . J f p fci PRESIDENT TO CONGRESS. (Contlnned From First Page ) 'tatnable Information necessary to a full and complete understanding by tongresi in regard to the partlcloation of this kov ernment In the Tarla Ks position, was laid before you by mejjsgj of December 6, 1S97, and shotved tho large opportunity! opened o make known our progress in arts, science end manufactures, as well as the urgent need of Immediate and ade quate provision to enable due advontufc-i uiereof to be taken. Mr. llnndy's death soon afterwards rendered It necessary lor another to take tip and complete his un finished work, and on January 11 last lr. Thomus "W. Crldlor. Third Assistant Secretary of State, was designated to ful- UI that task. Ills report was laid be fore ou by my message of June 11, 1SSS, wltli the gratifying result of awakening renewed Interest In tho projeoted display. PROVISION FOK EXHIBITS. By a provision tn the sundry civil ap prop...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 December 1898

ii 2sSSsflsssssssW- - .IKssrissBslSSsssssssssssssssssssssa f 't3w5t HST'f" ' "TT7? "CJ r. .---A! AmAiiiiitiiifriii--iiA- yaitll!ll-.i'l.n.a'.H,,4:...J-frffl,m.,ntr., 4 ttaoltln. -A.. D. Sialr Annual Holiday Opening this Will have his entire line of Holi day Goods open bv Saturday. weeK ai a. i. oisif uook anu juw k elry Store. Thousands of suggestions for rrpcnn suitable (or evervbodv. i December 10th. This will be the Don't fail to see the largo display, h largest ana grandest display ever A snown in a MADISONVILLE. KV. ., - . Jjiiiiii.i,yuiB;ei;i.'i.,;'iMM,;i:yiij,j,,i.ii,.iiii,il.u fpn$f L.l"i'iaJ.,yiMLajii4it,ijiyj EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1898 .NINTH YEAR. i tlrl 4-7 ' .1 -' v jr a m am nnHTim '. r n ffin'Mi iw nr sv - l M 1 I A-vH jI4 RSMliESJ-aSfeJJII r .. , i m m tvw mzm nmiA ! ' i -:?-v viMyarawMffsfcntaiiw bH"". m. vm. m u m. (V iM ma u v.n -y AHmBenHiaBnMHMttaHMaaaD -1 " - im imi m m jr rfn v jj TIL, ( ysmx n liiHi I IMP i ' I i 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. — 15 December 1898

mzsa tfrttn 11 "3PT I? Vv-. efr- . HRmfyy ft'' T'Jm W ' jBf .'i " - :- t"' . 4 tr IT CLbeiM! Bee ."' PAUL At. MOORE, Editor and AtnBr. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Incorporated. Entered the Pcitoffice at Barliugton at Second I tts matter. SUBSCRIPTION HATES: Una Year.atrlctly in advance ti oo Six Months, " " 50 ThreeMontha, " " 5 Single Coplei ;,, 3 . Specimen coplei mailed tree on application. Correipondents wanted In all parts ot Ibe ountr. Addrcsa 111 for particulars. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15. 189S. The Central City Republican leads off in its last edition with the right sort of an editorial denouncing the "bad man" who "totes a gun" and shoots to kill. Such characters should be suppressed in every com munity at whatever cost. Cot.. William J. Brvan has at last reached the expected point where he couldn't stand the press ure and has wired notice of his resignation to the War Depart ment. He puts behind him all hope of military glory and looks forward to the resumption of his windy and th...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 December 1898

aal IBP "W5WS Hi i a rSA&'J'. Iboipw'Bec ' "By 3ubustcij roc tLljrtoe." LOCAL NEWS. Miss Celeste Moore spent Mon day and Tuesday in Madisonvillc. Rev. R. M. Wheat preached at Nebo Sunday and Sunday night. Mr. and "Mrs. Y. Q. Walker spent Sunday with relatives here. Mr. -D, J. Duncan, of Greenville, was ia the city last week, on busi ness. Miss Florence Howard, of Madi sonvillc, is visiting Mrs. Thomas Blair. Mr. Robert Fisk, of Madison villc, was out Sunday to sec his "best." Mrs. McEucn came home Mon day, nfter a weeks' visit with frtdnds in Madisonvillc. Miss Aggie Wyatt, who has been visiting in Nashville for the past few weeks, is home again. Miss Nettie Toombs, of Slaught crsvihe, spent Saturday and Sun day with the family of Mr. N. I. Toombs. Mr. Matt Williams, of Manning ton, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Davis. Mr. Williams is a brother of Mrs. Davis. Quite a number of young people attended the Boston Ladies Mili tary Band concert at Madisonvillc Monday evening. Prof. J...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 December 1898

-! -' - v; . ., J Ri J . ! I? ' & sV saHsHalaB i g! ' New Goods Cheap. i :IIE SUNDAY "CHOOIv: n LCSSON ?ll, FOURTH QUARTER, IN TERNATIONAL SERIES, DEC. 18. 111- Tt:r,r.e will ho verv ereat this fall to duce you to purchase elsewhere betore 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 $'. the bottom in prices. Will it be asking too 4J' much to suggest that you look over our stock ? after you have priced goods elsewhere and com- II rarc duality and price? "We can assure you !$j that you will not regret it. Very truly, 3 ANDERSON & WALLER, I 4? MADISOIUVILLE, KENTUCKY. i BJnilniimnnn1llHHIHHHIIHHBHI"lllll)lllinriWIIllnnwWMHnl 11,111! HI!,, 1 1 ... i,.l,i,l!,l ..Iff AVclaWeTrcDarafionJbrAs- similallng ihcToddandRcgula ling h.StnTnnrhs nntlBawgls of CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought IhTBVT Vi...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 December 1898

-k 11 HK&&mu v -; X NINTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1898 NO. 50 ml 4J HpvgHnHHHHHnnElnW Mm MTJmWjiEBBDWffmffiTnrr'i'" """ ' j" au,hr W "Lot it bo diamonds, brother Oharlio. You cannot go iimiss then, for nothing m gludduus n woman' hoirt. Lot ono who l(noVH tell yon. I nli.il 1 uovor bo satisfied until I rfu 'Helen wearing a diamond tiara. It wilt bo the most boun tiful Christmas present you can Rive iicr." BollQlvqnt watched her brother eager ly an thoy walked togothor on tho lawn, noting tho olTcct of hor words. "A tiaruI'Vcriod Charllo Kent oghaat. "Why thit Ja something for n iueon to wear I It would cort mi awful lot of money l" "Nonsense," nnHworod Hollo, m don't moan ono of thoso olabomto H PCLX CpiSfKD IIKII llROTIIEU'S AlUt IU I'DIJBIVELY fairs. Yon arc thinking of a coronot This ii just n circlet of diamonds. Thoy needn't bo very largo stone, bat thoy must bo good ones, woll matched and beautifully graded. I will help yon so...

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