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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 February 1899

""Tb-v 'Tw5(r v JW'T . - fTjrf T WW''HsPVF . -(l vw? "V" , V r V-SaBM I? .- - v. 51 to fr 11 U WBi if F SSS9fi3iSS55539iSKS5JsaSSSSSSS LITERATURE JSSSSS . ... vi- I ;Sii ot tot mzncii tianouit; CRITICAL REVIEWS Enillth and American woik, ir treated from with to wltk. BELLES-LETTRES Social arilc.M appear t AV.D.llowcUi " AmODS ftir DOOKi. wniian EDMUND G0S5B SIR HERBERT and from tlmt to time original piecei of literary work, poeml, Dctwa, ud nuyi are publUbed, but fa cub cut only from the pena ol world-famous miters, auch ai RUDYARD K1PUN0 K.icn we etc m teiainr amuc lleory'iati n Rudyud Klplug FREE 11 .... .a? T duUngul.hed t If ... Itadrt we prepared by the editor, and did xdulTtly with literary lubjettt. AMERICAN LETTERS The Ill-weekly letter, written by William Dean Howell, dealt In that authors original and keen way with aubjtcta ol vital Intireil in the American world ol lcttera and art. FOREIGN LETTERS French. EnglUh, Cerman, and Italian letter will be rmfcllihed, mallng thlt ...

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 March 1899

rTT t- stt&Xtair r;i f 't. , .-i i .i u' TENTH YEAR EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1899. NO. 9 MW- m- f i i i ifc. f V. r.. -.v 1" yx y- m CHAPEL IK A COAL MIRE. Queer Place of Worship With a Congregation of Miners. f ;Tliere are many strange places ' of worshipt says the Westminster Gazette, but one of the most re markable is doubtless the miners' chapel in Myndd Menigdd Collery, Swansea, where for more than fiity years the miners have each morn ing assembled for worship. This sanctuary is situated close to the bottom of the shaft. The only light is that obtained from a soli tary Davy safety lamp hung over the pulpit from the ceiling, and the oldest miner in the collery is gen- . e rally chosen to ofhciatc. It is the custom in some other places for coal miners to gather together at meal time for prayer meetings and the like, but it is said that this is the only instance where a special apartment is fitted out in a coal mine as a chapel. A New Way to Pr...

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 March 1899

, . n.w-ittatatatatattatatatatatatata V ssHIIIIIIIIIIV - -- ml: r l 1 Vi u ll .t a Ik ?' PAUL M. MOORD, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB, COMPANY. Incorporated. Entered the PcstolBee t Kirllntion tt Second I hi mutter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: One Year.ttrletly In advance Six Montht, " ' ThreeMontbs, " "' ti oa JO S 5 Correspondents wanted In all pertt ol U onntT. Address ut lor particular!. THURSDAY. MARCH 2. J899. ' - It is feared that the Pope has 'pneumonia and willnot recover. An Indianapolis man, Edward P. Thompson, has been appointed ' postmaster at Havana, Cuba. ' The Hopkfnsville convention will be held and Dempsey will have a walkover, so say his friends. Frank H. Johnson, Assistant State Auditor, is a leading candi date for the office of National Rank Examiner for Kentucky. He has twenty opponents. An egg famine is reported in many parts of the country. Here is a chance for some wooden nut- "meg manufacturer to swap off for a n ",rnore profitable industry. ' Another candidat...

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 March 1899

BBf i! .1 " ' i .. V J t i I I . I I ' . i i JS v ;v tit - fKJ !,. & S : i 2C- ' i ''WW' ::Sr 2 . ' Jri 4 -MUt, .. ... I arivjjTvo "By 3ntusttjj we dtioe." LOCAL-HEWS. Lent. Prom wotldly things the lurci her thoughts And leaves the world behind, For dresses really heavenly Now occupy her mind. Judge. W. S, McGary was in Sebrce, . Tuesday, on business. Miss Claude Grainger visited in Madisonville this week. County court convenes next Mon day for tegular monthly session. Go to Assembly Hall tonight. Mrs. Bessie Swartz Cherry's recital. . Mr. Charles Etheridge, of Nash ville, spent Sunday with the lamily of W. W- Etheridge. Master Willie Etheridge returned Sunday from a visit of several weeks to relatives in Nashville. Mrs. Frank Gianinnia and little sou, of Providence, spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pike. Mrs. Bessie Swartz Cherry gives a high grade recital at the Assem bly Hall tonight for benefit oi the public school.. Hear her. Henry King, of out again this some work on ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 March 1899

'V'''' rf- II r LITERATURE scccaC969e96969699SW9W9M o th hlibsit landing CRITICAL REVIEWS Thourhtfol. thorough sad eompr.h.nllT. r.vl.in i of dl tapoHiat pyMI tloot in th tiTilli.d wolW. W.O.HolUl FnMlIND Q0S50 SIR HERBERT snd from tlrn. to Hot erlrlnsl piece of literary ?" ft'5' cmn are nubllshed, but essays r rubllsbed, but T " ""I "P writers, inch 11 Ech week lesdinr article In ih. n.ttir. of so. editorial fPP"- ?" lutdtrTire pr.p.r.dty tb. editor, ud deal iclu.lly iU "'" blc,' AMERICAN LETTERS world ot leucri and art. lUarjrJsnei 8 Ra4r4Kipu. SPECIAL SUPPLEMENTS will be published, deroted to deicrlpllr. articles on wch ;) ros sna wrloV.Pbook., book pistes, .pedtf .ditloo. el famous book., noteworthy American edition,, tic. A PREMIUM OFFER rncr A full set of LITERATURE'S famous portrait lupplimtnti of FREE di.tlaguUb.d men of letters (jo tn all) for on. year's sub.crlptlon. Trial Subscription, 4 Weeks, 35 Ct. ej lUV MO Or.' - Gw U EJo.uadCo.K ft Addrca. HARPER & !2sseSiSSS58&...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 March 1899

EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 189Q. 5v ( MO. 10 ' TENTH YEAR. R" W 4, -, i b ( ? J- : dm TRIUMPHANT PROTECTION. True Significance of President McKlnley's Boston Speech. From lbs Boston Journal No, President McKinley did not "make concessions on the tariff," or yield a jot or tittle of the dis tinctive principles of the Home Market Club during his visit to Boston. Those newspapers 'which telj their readers that he did are en gaged in a species of journalistic bunco game.ln his speech be fore the Commercial Club the .. President said: 'Weare fast going from a debt or to a creditor nation. I hope nothing will check it. Wc have quit discussing the tariff and have turned our attention to getting trade wherever it can be found. It will be a long time before any change can be had or any change desired in our present fiscal policy except to strengthen it. The dif ferences on this question which ex isted have disappeared, for the .time, at least. We have turned fro...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 March 1899

fjWE" '- wJinisiR V n v j a- 'mam r r PAUL M. MOORB, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINH COMPANY. Incorporated Entered the Postofflce at Barllosjton as Second last matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year, tirlctlr In advance Sit Month!, " '.' ThreeMonths, " " ' ft oo 50 l 3 Specimen copiet mailed free on application. Correspondents wanted in all pant of the onnlr. Addren nt lot particular. THURSDAY, MARCH 9. "899 The business of February just past was the largest ever known in the United States for the month of February. Doctor Hunter will return to his Guatemala mission next week, and says he is not in Kentucky State politics. The Corn Trade News predicts a decline in wheat because of proba ble heavy shipments from Argen tina, Australia and Chili. Coi. Walter Evans seems not to have required the backing of Kentucky politicians to land him safely in the seat of the District Judge. Spanish reward for the valor displayed by Admiral Montojo and other officers who fought Dewey until further...

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 March 1899

w: -t ? Y& .."V ' h a ,K v.. f w ' .! ; fiL- ST' II les "By 3nbuslru toe tLtioc." LOCAL HEWS. " Miss Inez Dean visited friends in Madisogyillc this week. A chifdof Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilson, of Barnsley was buried at the Earlington cemetery yesterday. Misses Garah and Myrtle Woe-ten, of Madisonville, were the guests of the Misses Dean Sunday. Miss Nannie Winstead, of Nebo, spent a few hours with her sister, Mrs. W, E. Boyd, of this place, Saturday. - Mrs. R. M. Salmon and family, of Ilsley, spent a few days last week with relatives here, returning homo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T, J. Stevens, of Hanson came up Saturday and .stayed till Monday, visiting rela tives in our city. Jesse Phillips has taken the lo cal agency for the Masonic Life Association of New York. It is an association for Masons only. Lee Brian, of Madisonville, was here Saturday, on his way home from Princeton, where he had been in the interest of the K. of P. The Carrom Club met with Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGary Tuesda...

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 March 1899

I'. w--22 V KP5 fV"1- t II - 1L , I fe i fc. J- lwk. r SSS3SSSSS8SSSSS9S98ft LITERATURE cMesscsssssesse96sesc963ese9es l ao international weekly journal of Utjnrr criddim. It U a ""PV.1' new periodical, which bat teen recoralred from Its first number M myUw ol the hlfhett standing CRITICAL REVIEWS EcglUh and Americas workt, are treated from week to week. BELLES-LETTRES . Special irticle. appear weeklr In the pteer. wmetlati $" M "Among My Bookt written bT w "-nown authort and critics as EDMUND 00S5B MAX MtFLLBR SIR HERBERT MAXWELL DBAN 3TUBB3 and from time to tlm. original pieces of literary work. P0 etuyt r. pubUihed, but To etch cat only from the pent of woiM-lamou wntcrs, tuch " ... RUDVARD KIPUNO u OEOROn MEREDITH AMERICAN LETTERS Th. Di-weeklr letter, written by WlllUa Dean Howell, dealt In that tho?. oripil n"ke w.y with subjects ol vital Interett to th Americia world ol letter! and art. FOREIGN LETTERS Mcafota Kulteil woTs "by tlenry James, and men ol lik. abfflry, wUlaleo ap...

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 March 1899

iifflrirtfpliiiii " -l'--- I TPP5r " w rw -S ) f. ' ' f?T.V4 M V ..'V l 1 fNTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1899. NO. 11 TE -' R li " & -t. . i '. lm 3 Br Sit ' ft-- Jack Long Dead. Mr. lack Long died Tuesday fafternonn, March 14, 1899, at his homo in this city, of spinal menin gitis, after an illness 'of only a few days.'" This is the only case of meningitis" oti record for Earling ton.t Dr ChaOtn, of this place, and Dr. Jackson, of Crofton, the latter a brother-in-law ol the dis eased, attended the case and both agreed as to the disease. Mr. Long leaves a wife and one ,boy, about ten years old. He was an official member of the A. O. U. W. and held the office of recorder in that organization at tho time of his death. The brethren of the order escorted his remains to Crof ton Wednesday morning, where tho body was given burial with honors of the order. The deceased had been employed in the Ldutsville and Nashville shops here for several years an...

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 March 1899

a 5 f! & sA 0 - PAUL M. MOORB. Editor and Menagtr. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. fncorporated.) -...Entered tbe Postofflee t Earllneton Steoni lata matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: JtfiV-.. atrlrtl III ftdVlllCa ..Ik -Sli Months, " " J? ' ThreeMonths, " " J Slntle Copies :.""," . Specimen copies milled fret on application. "J Correspondents wanted in all parts of tne ' anni. Addreu oi for particulars. THURSDAY, MARCH 16. 1899. Senator Lodge says the post ponement of the Pacific cable by Congress is a piece of "miserable economy." An Ohio paper predicts that "A protective tariff for England is a future possibility." But wouldn't it be a joke if such a thing were to happen? The amount of money in circu lation in the United States was again increased in February. The net increase for the mouth was f $10,582,055. , The Court of Appeals has de .' cided that private corporations are not subject to franchise taxation ' and need not make to the State '- Auditor the reports required of 2 other corp...

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 March 1899

y-4 r, J C " ;-' . -V "w . . v' ' ' iT oi l 'i &? ft ' 1 Vffif Sf- ,(. -JH4f .? r-'ft. is. t "Jifc -'4:,st l.JP1 JJkJ mmiS zm Bee "-By 3n&uslrjj roe L!tite." LOCAL NEWS. $ : - Rev. I..JH. Teel was in Elkton ij-t -f. i . last wec. Miss Alice Wise visited in Han son last week. The Misses Whalen visited Mad isonvillc Monday. Mr. Marion McCord visited Madisonville Sunday, Mrs. R. J. McCullcy W03 in Providence last Friday. Miss Hahna, of Madisonville, visited friends here Saturday. Mrs. Jim Hickman, ol Cardwell, Mp., is visiting relatives here. Mr. John. Gough spent several days in Henderson last week. Jerrold A. Jonson has been at .Greenville, Ky., for the past few days. , Mrs. Fannie Baker, of Paducah, visited friends in Earlington this week. Mcsdames M. B. Long and En field Stevens visited Madisonville Monday. Mrs. W. B.Wiso and Miss Nan nie Ashbv were in Madisonville r. ... . .last Saturday. f r , Miss Mary Mothcrsheadleft this week for Lexington, where she t will enter colle...

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 March 1899

mm BPRWKSl rwe.-' -virlSH - -. ljg. - - " -T" VPJ' t jrN - I Spring tTme Conies! It Is We have the choicest lot of Samples for Made to Order Suite that be seen this season St. Bernard General Store. ri;wuuuwuiuuuuuuuiummuiuiu;ft H medicine: for the MILLION.. . CASTOR A A7r(AffKl2T)rrTMnrtTi for Ac sIihila(nglhgToalandBgutiJ . g lirig ihaStnmnrhs nndBoela of, JDQcirS tlL6 M. B M df3f ui M-wr 1 f mSSxxr m 1 i Kitt Tho iY 1 A llu AX ITinrl I y if iviii u If Vaii Uark j iQy fj3Vc Always Bought. CASTORIA "WTIlTl .WMr A Nt.w York company of raanufrrturlcs cherotiti. th Klpan Chemical Company, plac I npon the market about nin i nnua medicinal tablet or "tabule" corapoaed of compressed powdered prparellui,i.l irrtuln medicinal drug whlrtt Lad been aacer talaed w be of more rent ral uie amoui, ruitlcal men thai anj other, for the cur or al ienation "f .ucb 111 common to man ujv Ihelr origin In an impaired digratlon or weake--id capacity for aaalmliatinir. fuod.aiMorbliis; nourishment and eli...

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 March 1899

I1 4 i' to aboo8 wari VfRIKHV "O TENTH BAajJUkll . EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1899. NO. 12 .- v nt f r m !. m ftsPRING OPENING, I I ' SPRIKG HATS. 1? JFhe Ladi7es of Earlirtglon and Morton's 1? Gap aV6 especially invited to at- tend our bprmg upening or a beautiful, i ; complete $ i I ; MILLINERY GOODS, luesaay, weanesaay, mursaay $ MARCH 28, RS. M. M. ' NikDISONVILLE. KENTUCKY. 4 SltWimflfH BRt AN - BELMONT LETTERS ' Will Revive Bitter Feellne Be, Vtween Party Factions. Predicted That It Alay( Cause the National Democrats to Name r. a Ticket In 1900. Washington. March at. The .. Starritas the following on the Bryan-Belmont controversy: Iti3 very generally believed that the effect of the correspond- encebctween W. J. Bryan and Perry Belmont will be to make permanent the separation of the leaders of the Palmer and Buckner Democracy from the official Demo- craticparty, of which Mr. Bryan . is iMjtf most conspicuous figure. All'the bitter feelings that ex...

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 March 1899

WtSi. wW TK.f-it -- SPjK'vr SWT' ivooo PAUL M. MOORB, Editor and Mnger. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated. Entered the Pcitoffice t Ettllunton at Second tan matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. OnaYear.ttrlctlrlnadtance Six Montht, ' " ThreeMontru, " " SlncleCoplea -.-; ;, ,- ' Specimen cople mailed free on application. Correspondent! wanted in all parta of tba ountT. Addretiut for particular i. THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1899. Prof. J. J. Glenn, of Madison ville, has bought the Guthrie Cou rier and will take charge early in April. We welcome Editor Glenn hack into the Kentucky newspaper field with hopes of best success He will call his paper Geen't Graphic. The Kentucky Commercial con vention will be held in Louisville May 30 and 31. A profitable and successful convention was held last year and it is hoped more import ant results will follow this year's meeting. Every town and county should be represented. The Bee acknowledges the re ceipt of a copy of Havana's lead ing newspaper La Lucha, sent...

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 March 1899

ITW4 f " r 4 1 4 1 s it ? q&i yK ivt m M. tr &nv 'te p? tPO "C " flpe LOCAL NEWS.- Will Robinson was in the county seat Monday. "t , , V T. Wlnstead, of Nebo, spent Saturday here. . , Ed Phillips was in Mailisbhville- one day last week, Mr. K. M. Salmon, of Haley, was in the city Tuesday. Mrs. W, E.'oycf and daughter relatives tn Nebo thiVwcek! visited rclat Miss Lelia Ddan visited friends in Madisonville a few days last week. Mesdames T. R. Browning and . W. Day were in Madisonville, Monday. Mr. E. G. McLeod and daughter paid Earlington relatives a short visit last week. Miss Lulu Hall, of Madisonville, was the guest of Miss Claude Grainger, this week. Miss Alma Ilanna, of Madison ville, spent Thursday and Friday with Miss Mary Egloff. Mr. J. R. Rash returned Friday from Louisville, where he had been to purchase goods. Mesdames E. R. McEucn and j. M. Victory and daughter, Miss KathenncJ spent Monday in Madi sonville. Mrs. W. S. Bramwell and little daughter, spent a few days...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 March 1899

tt .." c tT, Am w 1 Sonne ffl It Is Here! We have the choicest lot of Samples for Made to Order Suits that will be seen this season I St. Bernard .General Store. lOXXVAXXV-VOVVSCCKS Tho Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, and wlilch lias been iu iiho for. over 30 years, 'lins borno tho signature of J ;r . and lias been mado under lus pcr- ' yKr7 . s? cnnnl Kiinonvinlnn filnpA Its lilfiitlCV. GbccUte Allow All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex periments that trlflo -with, and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castorla is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcverlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation mid Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates the Htoiuach and Bowels, giving he...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 March 1899

, 5wl r TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1899. NO. 13 i,n, as i r ' ' 1 - i in ii i ! iiiii ii i aaaaaaaaaaa aaa aiaaa aaaa aaaaaaaaa aaaaaa iaaa a aaaaaa a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa -a assaa aaaaJ ' ' "'""""""""""" . -! ..... i. i i "i i i ani a- ii a v if v . Vaccinate. Because of the prevalence of small pox in many sections of Ken tucky the question of general vac cination, N which has been under consideration by the local atithbr itics, has taken definite form in action under section 2055 of the Statutes of Kentucky and a strong appeal to all citizens to be vaccin ated at once. The Earlington Board of Health asks that every citizen of Earlington, with their families, be at once properly vac cinated, and calls on the people for hearty co-operation. Doctors Davis, Mothershead and Chatten have been appointed to do the work, and a supply of fresh vac cine points has been provided. The city will bear the whole ex pensc of the work and only asks that c...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 March 1899

gg?s"'T (iWi"i. 'I i'h J" n'l') .iy ' "j ,' ' (wr i a? b EA ft; X. k'A ir.t i $ v I. it L '--;, j m ; if'r- S3- 7 i K f r -n PAUL M. MOORE, Editor and Mintjer. BEE PUBLISHINQ COHPANVi Incorporated. Entered tbe Pcsiefflce at Earllnittpn aj Second tan matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On Yetr.strletlf In advance U Sl Months, " " JJ ThreeMontbt, " " Stnle Coplet ,V.V 3 Specimen eoplea walled free on application. Correspondent! wanted In all parti ol tut onntr. Addreuut for particular!. THURSDAY, MARCH 3. 899- There is less harmony feeling and more hominy appetite than usual among the Kentucky Demo crats just now. The sweet feeling of brotherly love' in the ranks of Kentucky Democratic leaders is manifested in this saying of the Louisville Post that "Urev Woodson is woolly on the outside and bald on the inside of the head." In the face of unexampled pros perity, and more money than the people ever saw, perennial candi date Bryan and a few brave disci ples, with large lungs and larger official...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 March 1899

I IV i,. I." m -sr W ' U.V- ..' "&;, s . war 1 1 K '' -5 v' '1 " Bee 'V'.' U 3"ustru toe (Lljtlre." LOCAL NEWS. John M. Victory was ill and con fined to his home Monday. , George Sadler, of Kelly, was in the dty Saturdayand made us a ' pleasant call. O. V. Rash, of Henderson, wa9 herd Sunday, the guest of his brother, James R. Rash. Dan Evans didn't go to lodge Tuesday evening, but ho learned the leaving time of tho "plug" train. Col. Jo. F. Foard went to Nash- ville last week to attend the funeral of Mr. William Duncan, who had been one of the Colonel's closest frienUs. Miss Lula Brasheir, a popular young schoolmistress daughter of Mr. John Brasheir of this place, began teaching a school at Lisman, Webster County, last week. Elder I. H. Tcel has closed with Lee Oldham for the building of his new cottage on the lot adjoin ing his residence. The house will be built in a short while. The three new cottages being built by E. E. Stodghill for Geo. C. Atkinson, near Loch Mary, are ne...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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