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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 January 1899

i " P . 0 I "A .'CI . K , Jfr. M es3S3e9SS5S62SS53S LITERATURE S Is an international weekly new periodic!, which has 01 me mgncsc standing CRITICAL REVIEWS Thoughtful, thorough, and eomprshensive reviews of all important public, tlonsln the cirlltied world. French, German, Italian, Spanish, ai well a English and American works, are treated from week to week. BELLES-LETTRES Special articles appear weekly In the paper, sometimes under th title of " Among My Books," written by auch well-lnown authori and crltlca as EDMUND dOSSB MAX AlClLLER SIR HERBERT MAXWELL DEAN STUBBS and from time to time original pieces of literary work, poems, fiction, and essays are published, bat fa each cut only from the pens of world-famous writers, such as - RUDYARD KIPLINd OEOROB MEREDITH Each week a leading article In the nature of an editorial appears. These leaders are prepared by the editor, and deal ezclusirely with literary subjects. AMERICAN LETTERS The Bi-weekly letter, written by Wllllim Dean llow...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 January 1899

a . . J; U H HP! - L . - V? TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1899. NO. 4 BJl P " - - II ! ,1, II I.. .""""""" ' I I ! '""',.,, ' I ! IS.-I I , , I !. I MR 1 1 11 IIP.il! c!r.l"L Iff UK MIIM Ks?ri HFI1NI2SM IN HAWAII. l W s- A p-r W 1H I 111 I fflffl The "Embalmed Beef" Question Biioxl, Miss., Jan. 22. The United The Big Vault of the Bank of Ar- mm A Report Made to the American I rvll iw wnruuf bb bbsm bm sbm .van am w ra win cvts ninini iirriiiiiniian TPiumr I'minv. i.nTiT. I 1116 WIBUWM RiWSW of Another Year's Business. H & 4t 51 Pursuant to our custom, we have this January inventoried our entire stock and selected such merchandise from the several departments as has fatted to move satisfactorily and the - Sr . . . 'Tag" ends of the lots that have M m nearly sold out, and-put prices on m v them that will force way 01 1MF.W SPRING BDDDS H SOON TO BE You know the meaning ot "force top them out of the way" is all the life if has been cut out ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 January 1899

-"iwtt! ..r Y I I V ft K ,:ft re RF I Jfc I' ., LM' . M r r . r 'i a i-V'- PAUL M. MOORB, Editor and Manager. A BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated. Entered ibe Pcttoffice at Barlluftcn at Second Unmaittr. SUBSCRIPTION HATES: One Year, itrictly in advance Ii oo Sl Months, " " 5 Three Month t, ' ' I SlnsleCople .vv J Specimen eople mailed free on application. Correpoodent wanted in all parti of the onntT. AddreMnt for particular. THURSDAY, JANUARY a6. 1859. The Kentucky monument at Chickamauga National Park will be dedicated during the first week in May. Governor Bradley has agreed to this arrangement. Brigadier General )ohn B. Castleman, of Kentucky, is among a list of high army officials just re ceiving honorable discharge from the service. Doubtless General Castleman preferred now to return to peaceful business pursuits. The Cuban bandits will be treated like rebellious Indians are in America. They will be hunted down by Uncle Sam's cavalry. One outlaw is no better than another a...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 January 1899

sx. K- V M-vV i? & ; Si'.. V K J n.y3 .. 'r V. ! SKl- T "" '& mm iBcc "Bu 3nbustru, nc tLt)tvt." LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. E. A. Chattcn visited rela tives in Hopkinsville, thts week. Morris Connors and family now occupy the house recently vacated by David Adams. Mr. T. B. Young and family have moved to the Frank Sisk place on East Main. Mrs. W. H. Hughes and brother, of -Morganfield, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William McCarley. " Miss Jessie Jagoc, of Madison ville, is at home again after a pleas ant, visit to Mrs. T." J. Steel, of Mortons Gap. ' Miss Lizzie .Arnold, of Green ville, Ky., and Miss Lena Coffman, of P.ottia, Ark., are visitors of Mrs. Kate Withers. 'Mr. Friday and wife have rented the P. M. Moore place in the "old vineyard" on the extension of Far rcn street, and are making their new home there. Mr. Howard Wiiitc is still the victim of a severe cold, bordering on la grippe, but is not disabled from looking after his varied duties as mining engineer. Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 January 1899

-,-. i M l- fe & I'JobnB LITERATURE sssess2sssss59e5sesss9ss it an International eekly iournal ef literary criticism It li cornpiratlvely ctw periodical, which hat been rtccrcltsd from ltt rt number a review 66SS9S36SS9SS R63SSS9SS$S4 L Y. D. 1IIU fl w - fi S lltoiyj.mtl RuarnlKlpUt W ( ) LMmtioJ Cclw t) S59SSSSe9S9Sa ol the hlfhest tundiag CRITICAL REVIEWS Thouchtful, thorooh, and co-iiprhniiv review of all important publics, lion In the ciriliicd world French, Gerniao, Italian, Spanish, at well a English ud American worki, are treated from week to week. BELLES-LETTRES Special article appear weekly In tha paper, aometlmet under the title of: " Amonj My Book," written by uch wtU-known author and critic aa L'DMUND 00S3B SIR HtlRDERT MAXWELL MAX MClLLER DHAN 3TUBBS and from time to time original piece of literary work, poem, fiction, and essay are published, but fn each ca only from tha pen of world-Jamou uriteri, tucnaa RUDYARD KIPU.NO aEORQB MEREDITH Each week a leading article ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 February 1899

v BsasasBs v TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1899. NO. 8 'Q m m JmmWmm ft Ji IgMBiiiBMalHEMiaSaiBSxff r f'vvfiffiPNKngN 1 1 r fv-5 H H y.-msmwMmm if&Mn VTMut ESmmmEZ&T&Nmws&ifiMirs SiPAmmmdJtfmJkffltiWtSwb m I m. jm. aW. r n & r Wv wr. f-- ' - ?, fire - &.2V . fes ;A. rvas j 0 IBIMHIIaBSHp AFFAIRS IN PORTO BO. The Wreckage of Another Year's Business. s 5 5 5 Pursuant to'our custom, we have this January inventoried our entire stock and selected such merchandise from the several departments as has failed to move satisfactorily and the "Tag" ends of the lots that have nearly sold out, and put prices on them that will force them out of the way of NEW SPRINB BDDDS SOON TO BE OPENED, You know the meaning of "force them out of the way" is all the life has been cut out of the prices. Our loss is your opportunity. They are plums, come and get them. We enumerate a few items to give you some idea of what we are doing. CLDTHINB1 Si...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 February 1899

fK W WB-B '-y f . , M '. c r J, t J... t i 'fc S r t-- ,r I r I" t iBee PAUL M. MOORB, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINS COMPANY. Incorporated. EnttrtdthePcitoSca it Barllnfton Stcood tanmatttr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Do Year, strictly In Bdrance U oo Six Months. " " 50 ThrtaMonths. " i SInfleCopiel . .'." i Specimen copies mailed tree on application. .' Correapondenta wanted in til parts ol tbe ountr. Aaareimiiorpaiucoi.i.. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1899. A surious shower does not soak in so well as a steady rain. A double-column advertisement once a year is not so good as a half-inch filty-two times a year. Newspa perdom. Western Tennessee potato growers received from 2.30 to 2.504 barrel for their first crop and the second crop brings 1.90 a bushel. Rather a good year for potatoes. The best valentine, of which the Madisonville people could dream, will be the success of the proposed graded school measure at the elec tion to be held in that town on February 14. It is claimed that the lim...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 February 1899

fWwf'?wr :4 m 31 k j if. i f.' r rv . .??. 75 VX- Sr','fi-T -AKW. .-" !f I f k. , J. E?e "By Unbustru, wt (T.f,rlte.,, LOCAL NEWS. Miss Nan Stokes spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Hop kinsville. The next term of the Hopkins Circuit court will convene Monday, February 13th. 1 "". .Vjbhn. S. Miller has been appoint v1: ctl postmaster at Greenville, sue ... cecding Postmaster Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Salmon and " son spent Saturday and Sunday s here guests of Mr. James R. Rash. . . . Rev. M. M. Benton, Episcopal ' .minister from Louisville, preached -, to- a good congregation Sunday . Rev. Roscoo M. Wheat will fill ".; 'his,, regular appointments next 'Sunday morning and night at the . JsLlv Church South. The meeting of the Ladies' Mag- ". azinc Club, which was to have been held, with Mrs. Jo. F. Foard ' this afternoon, is unavoidably post- '., poned until next week. White Plains is to have a big ft?,:tvhop on the evening of next Thurs- -t dayi February gth. The young "W -...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 February 1899

SJ-r! TOW -n. r-i,i.fi c V t $ J 5S3S8SSSe!M93SS3S3S3S938SSS3SSSS3SaBS3SSSSS LITERATURE ses6sesse2es3cse9esa6ssasess l an International weekly btw ptrtodicil, which has oc ins nigii.ai tvAuuui CRITICAL REVIEWS English and American world, are mated from wisk to week. W.D. Ho.tUi and from lime to tlm. original rises. ,.l .' ""rwVd'fumo". essays ara published, but writers, aucn a RUDYARD K1PUNQ UtUJ J1WI AMERICAN LETTERS Tli. IILwrekl letter, written by William Dean Howells, deals in that tbo?winVand ke"? way Jth .object, ol vital Interest In th. American world ot letter, and art. FOREIGN LETTERS pc,W&FX KSa..onal work 'by Henry Jaisea, nd men of like ability, will also appear. SPECIAL SUPPLEMENTS will be publUhed, devoted to descriptive article; on uch subjects asrireiind "unoui book., book-plates, special edition, cl lamou. book., noteworthy American edition., etc. A PREMIUM OFFER rnEt! A full set of LITERATURE'S famous portrait supplements of FKhb dVtirigul.hed men of letter, (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. — 9 February 1899

TTWB'c ' it r EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1899. TENTH YEAR. NO. 6 5 p. R. i. u ?v ft . - Ujt VI flf i J t - -, ,y r'V ftBmwmsmmmw&mmmmBBmm 1 F RHI 1 RMIIPtR. The Wreckage of Another Year's Business. H - - - Pursuant to our custom, we have this January inventoried our entire stock and selected such merchandise from the several departments as has failed to move satisfactorily and the "Tag" ends of the lots that .have nearly sold out, and put prices on them that will force them out of the way of NEW -SERINE BDDDS SOON TO BE OPENED, You know the meaning of "force them out of the way" is all the life has been cut out of the prices. Our loss is your opportunity. They are plums, come and get them. We enumerate a few items to give you some idea ,of what we are doing. CLDTHINB! Sixty-one pairs Jeans Pants (soiled) regu lar prices si.oo, 1.25 and 1.50; your choice for 75 cents. One hundred and seven Knee Pants Suits, ages 5 to 15 years; marked down 25 to 33...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 February 1899

jK .A . . -1 U 4? Vr"-1't vT-2- vT .- jV ' iiJ' ,miw . 3iTyTT: . - v o -1 ""V tV f I T " Q A " . I ." l v PPtVp fr !' if?;- U 3 If . . H ? ! " 1 r i! I i R' PAUL M. MOORB, Editor and Meng-er. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated. Entered the PcstoSee it Esrllnnton as Second SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Yesr.ittletly la idnnce.. ft oo i)IS nuuiuh ThreeMonths, ' " jo 5 SlnRleCopIn ,V".V' ' specimen copies milieu ire on ijujumh"" Correspondents wanted In all parti ot tne oaniT. Address ns tor partlculart. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 'B99- Statistics for 1898 arc too en couraging to be good campaign material for the Democratic party. Peoria (.III.) Journal. Goon advertising is simply tell ing the people about something they want, or believe they want, in a way that will make them buy. It is the Republican party that always legislates for the best in terests of the country. It is the party that promotes prosperity. Schenectaday (N. Y.) Union. In this issue there is printed a letter from our townsma...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 February 1899

'WmM'mwmitmwimmMh, jtfxMzrj,jumki jjjj.. I Oii "J J "KWI r"V ' - " - Ss - M' r k - B: Wt M 'fjrt ii" 5T t ;v ll 1U "SU 3nousiru roe (LrjriDe." LOCAL NEWS. Elder I. H. Teel was in Madison villa Monday. Yandcll Walker was in Madison ville Saturday. W. H. Vanascn was in Madison ville Saturday. Mrs. W R. Broughton is im- proving after a severe illness. Farmers say this coating of snow is fine on the wheat crop. Miss Nettie Toombs, of Slaught ersville, is visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. Jim Sullivan, the popular L. & N. snpervisor, was in Madi- sonville, Monday. James E, Durham has been ap pointed postmaster at Ncbo to take the place of A. M. Barnctt. Mrs. M. B. Bourland, who has beep confined to her bed for some days with la grippe is reported im proving. Mr. William Wcndel, who ha& been ill with a severe form of la grippe for the past three weeks, is reported improving. Mr. I no. B. Atkinson has been confined 'to his home several days this week with a heavy cold and a ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 February 1899

" it j i i r. vsr i 1 ,". "'-- T"is; ..J.- 'k .fc fc, , -- Jl Ai, .; i "Wgi- i ' jrVT"' ". ' f ' MpiWlffl'','!!Si Ta.- -- -V3 , V-' .- r - NWIW !' T TyllHHI ' 'I ' ""TljfWT" v O M ..'(4&jte.!i." ..&cfitian&tfiB&s i T , I t 'V f i i ' 6SSCSsi r.D.!lortU JSS9SSC83S33Stt33iaSC35're LITERATURE s6S6gasssssC9es6Scssaea U .a .tal.m.dMdi.. -tamlj l"!'"'1 J'iU.SPt'? new penoaic&if wnicn um vtm i.vv.. ... -. -.-- of tht hlgbcn funding CRITICAL REVIEWS English tad American works, r treated from week to week. BELLES-LETTRES Special articles sppesr weekly ta the paper, sometimes tdtrtha tills ot "Among My Boot," written by iueU well-known authors and critics as EDMUND 00S3B MAX HOLLER SIR HBRDERT MAXWELL DEAN 3TUBBS una from time to tlrat original fltcei of Hurt ry work, poems, nctlon, and essays an published, but fa each cat only from tht pens of wwld-lamoua wrlttr, such i RUDVARD KIPUNO v w OEOROB MEKtSDiiii Each week a leading rtlcl In th nature daaeitorlal appears. Thesa ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 February 1899

i-TS ;-.?r-v --.-7"..fia . faeBeBeBeV Lr ''Aft- rSrm . ' :i;- t .1 . . i- s . : . ti-' TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON. HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1899. NO. 7 t .J j.;.U K.H fe l&' fcl' tJf J ' J SvL rr i- If : if-.i .81 '5 ?tert ij"- B.: r h -. v: Mb- u Wi me? ' 'Wm I'M ' ll &Wi f "" Hi & J ffir ' --- WWM pfe- -H f- rnisMBM mKPiiiaipPi PJ - 1eI&SSJ The Wreckage of Another Year's Business. s 5 fll 5w Pnrcunnr tn nnr riisfrnm. WP have 1 this January inventoried our entire I stock and selected such merchandise ji from the several departments as has tailed to move satisfactorily and tne "Tag" ends of the lots that have 18) nearly sold out, , them that will force them out of the -wav of a . NEW 5PRINB BDQDS SODW TO BE OPENED, ' You know the meaning of "force them out of the way" is all the life has been cut out of the prices. Our loss is your opportunity. They are plums, come and get them. We enumerate a few items to give you some idea of what we are doing. ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 February 1899

.A f 0fv 1r - ' fr 1,' jjt"i-Ki" A''." " - ffifcKi '& -, t ;,:;''-''r A ." t- ,lU IS HJWvVffiSMMJt Sl . "- ' r'J'i.'J&R Fi f-- '-, . Ti-." I ' i-..,lrtJL nW?i& " T TdJuf . . " j J . .v'mUV. J ., r "-, .1 . " '.1' r 1 It ! . i i s J ( st i py V. PAUL 111. MOORC. Editor and Maoa&-r. BEE PUBLISHINS COMPANY. Incorporated.) Enteral the PestoBlc. it Earllniton as Second lass (Bauer. SUBSCK1PTI0N RATES: One Y.r,strlecljrlo advance i eo Sli Monthi, ' " JO ThreeMontht, " ' J Single Cople ;.', s Specimen coplei milled fret on application. Corretpondentt wanted In all parti of tat onntv. Addreum for particulars. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1899. Cold Monday would have been an ideal time for air shafts to shiver. Miners' wages in the copper mines of Ishpeming, Mich., are to be increased at least ten per cent on March 1st. The Dingley law has been ac complishing such wonderful things that the British Free-Traders are said to have fallen in love with it. Norwalk (Ohio) Reflector. Encla...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 February 1899

jp. r-? s W- M, x -5 v. - V 1 1. 4,Oj(,BhC jil x-ns ft -SfJPJAt Y tT. A 'k; mSBiIbbW VLT" qr i V ;, LOADED ., CeM "23y, ZJubustru, toe tLtjtloe." LOCAL NEWS. Miss Dillie Young, of Robards, has been visiting relatives here. Miss Stella Sanders left for St. Louid, Mo., last Thursday night, where she will be engaged in her occupation. ;Mr. R. M. Gill, of Allensville, Jrriade two trips to Earliogton dur ing the cold snap for the purpose of getting coal to relieve his peo ple. He found the telephone too . slow. Miss Eugcnnia Williams re turned Monday to her home in Adams Station, Tenn.,aftcr,a pleas ant visit of several weeks to the family of her brother, Mr. D. C. Williams. Farmers are very confided t that the present snow will be of great value to the wheat crop, and some of them assert that it will repair a large share, if not all, of the dam age that was done to it by the re cent freezes. The reason that hard times get harder with some men is that they spend too much of their time tr...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 February 1899

--ti. ,..'. ' -2e -i r".- WBHBB fmtmfmf , u -1 ; . r r. '' H i"3. V 'i-ivj - 4. TV .. tfrawMgaiaiv;,, v t- ' .. Vi'i ... ,..i,. . .. .oiu..-,.. ul.'ji ;"?N JJT. '33SCT T v mmmmmmjmm '' " . ,', " 'v ,,v?wSv'v''v'' ni.!:'- ' ' '..sW'' . r BO YBAH8' r . tf. l.; i -. I , v j- t i' 7 . &$$ v.. -. i. .. 3 r-K-' K. SMiCSSC9CI4SSS9S??SSSaS9SS 8 rr frrirfcAWTnr? f . ai ! ! hj ar '11 I CKAl KJSSL .. aa lnt.nutlo.ul ae.kly Journal of "'.ffi'"" " tf. . liVUw ... rfoJiMl. which nuWn rtccmlMd ht 1 MM nmwtt a renew of th b!(bcit .uodiae,. CRITICAL REVIEWS EnjU.h ud Anitrlcin work, are treated bom wk town. BELLES-LETTRES Special article. appear weekly la the Prr. Mmttfawt tmi.rj lhe title ol "!ftuooi My BooK." wrlfi.n by tttch wriUwwu author, and critic u EDMUND aOS5B MAX MULLER SIR HERBERT MAXWELL DEAN STUBBS and from time to time orliinat flee, of literary 3 ftSS&SSi ciays re publl.hed, but fo each cM only from the pu ot wMia-HJnga. writer., men tt " -- RUDVARD KIPLINd U OEOROB MEREDITH 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. — 23 February 1899

rcwj , ,; ;,iftU :r5 - V -.' .TS2- frlf$l,'.Wv4,ptf ,,sf "N vt WW fit V .' ., 1 r'5t fSTRYWETV f&K TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1899. NO. 8 .!?'S I3( " A M it- 'St ' r " Vm S'sfP. i v- s r t m n , .-t & Y "';..- .' "f" ' fcvH ' wM- ,V7- - k ' COMPROMISE SOUGHT. Muhlenberg County Wants to Clear 011 Debts. OFFER TEN PER CENT. From Saturday's Courier-&utnal. County Judge T. J. Sparks and Mr. W. A. Wickliffe, an attorney of Greenville, Muhlenberg county, were in the city yesterday on im portant business connected with the settlement of Muhlenberg coun ty's obligations upon the bonds is sued for the Elizabethtown and Paducah railroad in 1869. This debt, in all, amounts to about $910,000. The gentlemen named came to the city to effect compromises with holders of the whole issue of bonds at "to per cent, of the debt on the old bonds, which amounts to about $800,000. They had some success in their mission and returned home last evening...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 February 1899

" 7r n,--,T'.,'- - 7, ' . . tw Jiu'l - S53FJ?S I . t,-V... i:' . y-"..--- :' rifitffHiir ff Br4, !WFr r7 v ' t ' f - - A I" :0 I CCbaJH. Bee PAUL M. MOORB, Editor and Mne-er. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated Entered ths PcttoSee at Batllogton i Stcond tan mailer. SUBSCRIPTION HATES: Una Year,iUUr'nadanea Six Mombt, " " ThreeMontht. " fioo 50 S Specimen coplaama'tled irii'on'appHeatlon. Correinondenti wanted in all parti of I s iba onntr. Aadreituaiorpariicoim. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1899. The Filipino insurgents are be ginning to realize their (oily and more peace than war is in prospect in the islands. Congressman Walter Evans is a candidate for the seat as District Judge for Kentucky made vacant by the resignation of Judge Barr. Surely Kentucky ought to afford a decent home for her Governor's. The rebuilding of the half-burned old mansion to fill its former pro portions is not an advance in any sense. Something like $12,000 has been subscribed to the guarantee fund for the Lou...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 February 1899

Bm3Sjmw . . . - i lr " r V -. wr 18 if :.. M w m W "fifi CHRISTIAN CODNH'S WEALTH. HEADOUARTERS R0UTE AGEIiIN0R ZERO STORIES. t Ht; MJV nM.r & r . - m n J w "By 3nbusttB roe (Ltiot," LOCAL NEWS. . The one-man show of last week taked more than one man. ' V And he "don't know how them . jegs gits filled nor how them jegs ' gits empty." . ,.". Mr. Jno. B. Atkinson left home "'Monday noon for a journey to Louisville and Halsey, Ky. ' The Exchange Hotel at Provi . dence, which was burned last Thursday night, was owned by , Mr. John W; Givens. One addition was had to the Earlington congregation of the M. E. Church, South, Sunday. Mrs. Kate Withers joined by letter. Mrs. Penney Beasley, of the Dawson Springs neighborhood, has been adjudged insane and was sent to the Hopkinsville asylum Mon day. Lawyer Jonson had something queer on . his head Friday night after he had it shaved which the boys say didn't smell exactly like bay rum. But bay was the color of the horses. ' A social given by...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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