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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 March 1899

bniiM i rmifciMUi ii -."-i. - - M. .-jAjiLfJEAmiJtL.. '. i-i P MME UMCr J ???,' rW7''.TFr!r "" - ",?,?r"' ;,!$: , jETF! ? VFT i r- T TV' w -.vy jPy w. i ; r nju;, -,? .. - . n. " i - W V yv 'Tl.K?' i flB?yTrP: i pfFf.j? r- "Myq3p -1 ! is- B? in Iv. it- riv ir . r r:. ?&f. CONSUMPTION the Wonderful Doctor Slocum System of Treatment is Demonstrating Every Day to the Entire Civil ized World, that Consumption is Curable. THOUSANDS HAVE BEEN CURED. By Special and Particular Arrangement, Four Free Prep- arations, Embracing the Complete Slocum System, May be Obtained by EVery Reader of This Paper. jgKi"1"""" ll U fail u3t fa7 ""vJS-LvC 8HIfe' " 2 b S I-TV A - " .JL.flag (d-nTii-ii in.iiii- jvl lif mttiM WtKAiiy"'"" l" ppiiTnT r " FHL g?" h vgL! Consumption Is curable. The discovery has been made, perfected, triumphantly tested and given to the world by the eminent American medical expert-specialist-- Dr. T. A. Slocum. Tho Slocum System Is n thorough, com plete and comprehensive System ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 April 1899

'J ?1 TENTH, YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL6, 1899. NO. 14 " ' J ' i i -, ' ' ' ' ..- j :. Sfist & i t V L.s ;v-. V'' ' I :, WV hv Hrr IKt - '.Vv , IV-. 1 :-1 . - B 2,566!! MP? -Earlington's Population by a Care fully Prepared and Sworn , Census. Board of Health is Reappointed, Has Unrestricted Powers Under Stat utes to Guard Public Health. VIOLATIONS CARRY Large am Population.- Barling-ton Has 3,566 Population. oared and , inhabitants now in the city of Earlington. This census was taken by ', Edwin J. and Will L. Phillips, both well acquainted with the city and , its people, and "both thoroughly equipped to do the work in a pains taking and accurate manner. It was taken by direction of the proper officials and under authority" of the provisions of the statute and must therefore be recognized as "official." J The official United States census of 18S0 gives Earlington credit Tor a population of 907; that of 189a says Earlington had then 1,748 f'nhajbi...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 April 1899

vr BWylW F1F 1 V? .r ' ; p'T,t f.: o ' Sfi ISee PAUL M. MOORE. Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Incorporated. Entered IhsPeitoBce il Karllnnton al Second 1 an matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: OnYer,i!tllylnidnc i Six Montbe, " J? ThreeMontfu, " " Ssp.ctaenwpY.sVaWd Corteipondenti wanted In alt part, ol tne oiiolv. Addreaiuitorparticulari. THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1899. Earllngton'a Population. ., Official Census 1880, 907. y Official Census 1890, 1,748. Official Census 1899, 2,566. - The last count was made April, 1899, by authority of State law governing the appointment of local City Boards of Health, and is a carefully prepared and sworn state ment of the number of inhabitants Jn the city of Earhngton. f , It is not a "local estimate," but a sworn census, "official" because authorized by law and carefully taken under the provisions of State-law. Didn't Touch Us. Mr. doebeJ, in his Madisonville speech, did not touch upon the present conditions of the country under the existing gold...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 April 1899

.- V - W n V F S - Mr i E ', m - "SB m J .r; bejrxv "jj 3nbustru kj Hrrioe." . LOCALJpS. . Mrs. Ida Walker visited friends in Madisonville last Sunday. Missis Elizabeth' and Margaret Victory are at home for a short visit. Mrs. R. P. Henry was the guest of Mr. W. E. Rash and wife last week. Mr. and Mrs. VV. E. Rash visit itcd in Madisonville, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mattie Rice, of Madison ville, spent a part of last week in Earlington. Mrs. Owen Nisbet and daughter visited friends in Earlington one day last week. Miss Effie Tcague, who is at tending school at Hopkinsville, spent Easter in the city. Misses Cordie Coyle and Arrie Lovan, of Mortons Gap, are the guests of W. R. Coyle. Messrs. Lawrence Pratt, Earl Jagoe and Falcon Baker, of Madi sonville, were in the city Sunday evening. Mrs. Barton Crutchfield and lit tle daughter, of St. Charles, spent several days with her mother at Madisonville, last week. J. II. C. Brashier has sold his home place here to "Rickett Todd and moved t...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 April 1899

wrrsm gpa laVla I ii sf;j - rr I lit'9 -- V V V. r D ', v if' . w asHT '""'' " ' ' - f) r u II - CHANGE OF CLIMATE WONT CURE CONSUMPTION x The Slocum System is Needed. h Curative Medicinal Treatment Founded on Modern Scientific Truths is More Potent Than Air Alone. FREE TREATMENT FOR IUNG WEAKNESS. If those of our readers who reside In the roost highly favored sections of this country, where the climate is healthy and invigorating, with a dry and tonic atmosphere, will look about them, they will see a greater or less number of their friends and neighbors dying of con sumption, while many others have already been carried oil by that dread malady. These deaths have occurred from time to time amid the refreshing prairie breezes of summer; in the fair and mel low days of autumn, and also in the dry and sunny seasons of a southern winter. gSuch deaths amid such favorable sur roundings afford positive and convinc ing proof thAt climate alone will not cure consumption; that neither pine la...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 April 1899

to v ? ff ,. : . '4 ,-. !, 7- I ?:m't via, ilervf jr..,..- . TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1899. wa is '.' ii i msm.mmMmms&M&mmii liziz -c.a Kk r m m .m. m- -.ina-- j ilo l ekv"9 T-a VKSivii fki m m mm m g T:; i ... 2 ' 1 t A - J 5 .- .. fcu. a. r ' i s tf R l& nr i i f. if: T V- Ii. J? W, I if' t . i ift-. I-- .tsTAAAAftftftAAAftftaftAAft& ffl' Where- Do You Stockigs and Socks? Buy Your mm Doesthe Hosiery Vou BuyO Wear Satisfactorily.. . . jpo-dav; we are very proud of our HOSIERY Department. Our No. 506 Boy's or Misses' Fast Black, Ribbed Top, Seamless Foot, running in sizes irbm 6 to g4, at to cents is the first HOSE at this price we have ever shown with a Double Knee. Suppose you buy one pair and compare it with the HOSE you have been paying 15 cents for. We say it's as good and will leave it with you. 9 9 49 We are anxious to place every reader ot Til Dsb. fail to ibow a superiority we ? 49 49 49 49 -VTHE 8AMK PRICE ON THH...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 April 1899

r i-W- ttbelpi Bee PAUL M. MOORE, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporalcd.) Entered the Pcttofflee at Batllnaion ai Second l an matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year.ltrlctlf In advance Sli Months, " ' ThreeMonthl, " " It oo 50 s Specimen copYea mailed Ire. on PP""''n-. Correipondenti wanted In all parti ol In onnty. Addreiiuitorpartleulari. THURSDAY, APRIL 13. 1899 Gen. Harrison Gray Otis, who is reflecting such credit on Ameri can arms in the Philippines, is ed itor and proprietor of the Los Angeles Times, and is also reflect ing great credit on the American press. It has been often noted by news paper men that there was really once a merchant who never advertise-, but who was always busy. This has bsen explained by the fact that he had a Waterbury watch and the itch; when he was not winding the watch, he was scratch ing. The initial number of Glenn's of tho Graphic, the successor Guthrie Courier, published by Ed itorj. J. Glenn has arrived at this office and in 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. — 13 April 1899

. CSS -: .. tf N fT5 1 i tt n mS riwnu-. Pt m gfojggc "3m 3ttbustru roe tLljdoe." LOCALJEWS. Dr. Bob Bone, of Madisonville, was in Earlington Tuesday. Will Hopewell, of MadiBonville, spent Monday evening with friends in Earlington. Dr. A. W. Davis, of the Gap, visited Earlington Tuesday with Will Kfmmons, Aubrey Wilson, of Robards, vis ited .relatives and friends here sev eral days last- week. A. W. Keown and wife arc spending the week at St. Charles with rclativcsof Mrs. Keown. Mrs. Jo F. Foard has gone to Memphis for a short visit to her daughter, Mrs. McNcal Bond. Mrs. Jesse Harris, who is quite ill, was baptized into the Christian church, Monday, by Elder I. H. Tool. Mrs. K. II. Fritchett and little daughter, of Madisonville, spent Tuesday with Earlington relatives and friends. The new county jail at Madison ville is approaching completion and shows up to the credit of its projectors and the county of Hop kins. Roy Jones, of the Gap, is in Toy's shop this week filling A. W. Kcow...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 April 1899

v r i W ,1 """"" HBTE YOO WERK LUNGS? . Every Sufferer from Lung Weakness, Consumption, Asthma, Catarrh or Bronchitis Can Be - tJJ at H 1 1 III! I ' ffytiHth I I lllluiii lillli ,t -r i -t ? ill m nf Treatment l .-.cicp.r. ' r tmJ'"ifXQrroiii w- j" L - Tfiepocamgysfgiii - Nearly everybody you meet will rc pafdit as a kind of insult to be asked il they have weak limes. All seem to hav a solid faith in the Soundness of tlfeif own breathing machine. In cases Ot trouble they wi ndmit there is a "heavy cold," "a touch of bronchitis," or even "a spell of asthma," but as to wak or unsound lungs, never, NEVER, liven the noor consumptive, who scarce ly speaks without coughing, whose cheeks are wasted, hollow and bear the hectic flush of doom, will assure .you with glistening eyes that his cold is on the mend and he will be all right when the weather changes. It is simply terrible to think how far wc may be guilty by our indifference to the lung troubles of those near and dear to us. It is al...

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 April 1899

7, -"-- V ! - h '' W, ll'l U v t iS: VfrMSV " " . TENTH YEAR.; U EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1899. WO. 16 i vimmmwmmmmgmmmmir & l III cSESISJra Zkp 1: 15 "" -w " i an ii hiii.-jHT WC ' gSSSg -" - P V .1"- AWr 1 !f i' i r& s. P I jjlip MUSICAL SURPRISE. Olficers u id Visiting Director of Bernard Coal Company Serenaded St Charles Band Makes Sweet flelcfdy and a fiuddy Journey. Sonniled like Soiisa had come to town Tuesday night. The citizens were attracted by sweet and unac customed strains of a well prac ticed' band as the St. Charles mu sicians opened their evening con cert in front of the St. Bernard Store, notwithstanding the wind and threatened rain. jfet. the miners' lamps and the electric lights withstood the stormy at mosphere and the open air part of the concert was uninterrupted and enjoyed by many who gathered near enongh to hear. The especial object of the visit of the St. Charles Band was to sere nade the visiting directors and the of...

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 April 1899

u r p v it f e i F I ii" P- X .,:'., CbgJM Bee PAUL M. MOORE, Editor and Manager. - BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY Incorporated.) EnteradtbaPcatoffiee ! Eatllnftton as Second "last matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: OneYear.ittlctljInadrance i Sli Months. " " 3 ThreeMonlhs, " " Sine la Copies ;,, 5 Specimen eopiei mailed (reo on application. Correspondents wanted In all patta ot the -ountT. Address os lor particulars. THURSDAY. APRIL ao, 1899. We acknowledge a new exchange among our Kentucky papers, the Miscellaneous, published at 1'ords ville. The Industrial Commission, in session at Washington, last week, announced its intention ol entering upon an inquiry upon the subject of trusts about the middle of May. While increase of wages are an nounced in other industries, it is believed the pawnbrokers are mak ing fewer advances than usual. Saratoga Springs CN. Y.) Sarato- "gia"' It is stated that the sales of an thracite coal for the first three months of this year have exceeded those of any previous...

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 April 1899

I l J H Ssr 5 liV - - ..... ilEHr , 1 i i - , HH- r & lr r w& !.' "I'jS '?: - s? V. ,, A, J&&' . ! & & . i."- j" y. i J. . 1 EM "Su 3nbustcg we Lr)cte." LOCALES. Miss Jennie McGary is visiting in Louisville. Mrs. L. A. farmer visited Madi sonville Monday. Charlie McGary visited Madi sonville Saturday. , Miss Lnllje, Robinson spent Sat urday in Madisonville. Miss Inez.Deanyjsited friends in Madisonville . Saturday. Mrs, N. I. Toombs was in Madi sonville, Saturday, shopping. W. O. Toy, the clever "knight of the razor." is taking a week's lay-off. Mr. Allen LaffooN, one of our farmer friends, called to see us Monday. Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Victory returned to St. Vincents, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gordon, of Madisonville, visited Earlington Saturday. Mr. Alec Lunsford, the clever mill man, of Madisonville, was a caller Tuesday. Miss IJssic McCord spent Sun day in Earlington with the family of Mr. M. McCord. Manager Goldman, of the Grand Leader Store, Ma...

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 April 1899

ranp-- -f i-ff J r m f sw r i i DON'T DESPAIR! An American Scientist's Great Work. Consumption, Pneumonia, La Grippe, Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchitis and All Lung and Bronchial Troubles ,, Can be Positively and Permanently Cured. ' lDr. Slocum's System of Treatment lias Revolutionized Old-Tlmo Theories. ...,!. " A frco Courao of Treatment for All Sufferers for the Mere Asking. t i!HMn.imvifu wi . cr,"8 , . jjn'ii n t'tim" jr i LV.iww,mji tm.' i i flfi&? 'tsSmwW Vajivr.L. vi-sirv-IJ. i AlwI-SrrrwSfeiS''L. Wf.A.l eJtT J OtliJL ' If hymmWJr kSK A I Filp-S p rjf ALWi W o I s? -h vr iy -Af J Saw r SOJ?iVE JJV Tili? SIOCVM LABORATORIES, NEW YORK CITY. The Doctor Demonstrating to Medical Mca, Scientists, Statesmen and Student the Value of the JVctr Slocam System of Treatment for the Permanent Cure of Z.nng Consumption, Catarrh and All Pulmonary and Wasting Diseases. Do you cough? Do your lungs pain you? Is your throat sore and inflamed' Do you spit up jfhlepm? Does your head ache? Is your ...

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 April 1899

fo C5- SCri- K 'X. . .... Sil. I TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON.JOPK.INS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1899. NO. 17 "v. . , . .xVUIW . f llBT ft,'. F' ir. H B ,-' I ' t- .4. v . &'? Wfj few i i . ,' ' IT' - r KENTUCKY DEAD. A BBAUTIFUL MONUMENT TO THE BLUE AND THE GRAY. WILL BE DEDICATED MAY THIRD, Program of Services and Des cription of Monument. MISS BRADLEY WILL UNVEIL IT. Wednesday, May 3, will be an other eventful day in Kentucky's history. It has not been long since Kcntuckians wcro assembled at Newport News to take part in the bcautilul and impressive cere monies of-christening and launch ing the magnificent battleship that bears the State's proud name. Since that time many Kentnckians have contributed to a fund to pro vide a handsome and suitable silver service which is to be the gift of the people of Kentucky to this great namesake in the nation's armory. The distinguished occasion of assembled Kcntuckians is now to be the dedication of the Kentucky monument at Chickama...

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 April 1899

ivqqrmp $. - lil t r t . - 'OtT. ! ' u 71' M sT" Pa 'jirf i , f f .rf fn ! t jti f 'I t - L. 11 tW e PAUL M. M00RB, Editor and Miniver. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. lnecr?orttd.l Enured tha Pcstoffiee it Etrllmtton Scond l as matter. SUBSCK1PT10N RATES: Oo Year.itrlcllrlnince Sli Montbt. " '.' ThteMontbt, " ' ft oo 3 Specimen copies mailed free on application. Cerreepondentt wanted in all parti of tna onntT. Address us for particulars. THURSDAY. APRIL 27. 1899. Defenders of the Dingley bill would be perfectly safe now in of fering a prize for any day that might pass without recording lib eral advances in wages somewhere. Topeka Capital. Prof. Glenn is fallen into the common error of many country newspaper men and is doing what he can in a combination offer with a city paper to persuade his pa trons that the Graphic is not worth one dollar a year. An unsigned communication from Wynn's postofEce was re ceived this week. We are sorry to omit any news letters but can not publish a communicat...

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 April 1899

ft ;:u DIDN'T GET 'EM. VETERAN MIMERS. OLD CITIZENS OF ST. CHARLES. SWALLOWED THE DRILL. LECTURE, ' K-t v is.' m' W It" JA k?; r1 fl M 'Ai ,v-J - f. t to'"" V ' i-l . 5 jy mi U'.l i m.: 'i ' r r a m i$- ; "23u 3itbustrjjwe tttipe." LOCAUEWS. Some of the young men of the town arc arranging to take dancing lessons. Henry McDowell has been act ing as assistant postmaster for a few days. Uncle Joe McCulley, of Madi sonvillc, ts thinking o( locating in California. The Hustler says, herc will be a great deal of buildup dpn,e in Mad sonville.this year. The people of Dawson have the measle scare. There are a few cases in the town. 'The safe for the bank at Daw son, has arrived, and the business will begin in a short time. Mr. Bcrneckcr, the manager of the telephone exchange at Madi sonvillc, was in the city Monday. The dirt roads of Hopkins County arc rapidly improving, and will soon be in good condition for traveling. Roy Jones, who has been "sub bing" for Toy & Keown, the bar bers, fo...

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 April 1899

? . r " I? re-' h CONSUMPTION The Wonderful Doctor Slocum System of Treatment is Demonstrating Every Day to the Entire Civil ized World, that Consumption is Curable. THOUSANDS HAVE BEEN CURED. By Special and Particular Arrangement, Four Free Prep arations, Embracing the Complete Slocum System, May be Obtained by Every Reader of This Paper. riba1 "ssststlaam I M -'" K. J 9 v ll:i57 I 1 MA I 'I 5 ID Hfe. OftllF iwrifesjs Hpil :'"y"",i 4-Ti jl I Vl'llii illlMii'l"!'"""' I Mlllll " 'mm mii'ii "'" l""L Wrmvf"1 " i -'as- i i ' -' - Consumption Is cnrnblc. The discovery Las been made, perfected, triumphantly tested and given to the world by the eminent American medical expert specialist Dr. T. A. Slocum. The Slocum System is n thorough, com plete and comprehensive System of Treat ment consisting of Four distinct Prepara tions. Combined, they represent the actual annihllator of Consumption, coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, weakened and run-down systems, anemic conditions, laryn g...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 May 1899

V t"."1 t : J $ f V (! XENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1899. NO. 18 im k i M W- L T TV I- , -"' SPECIAL INFORMATION For Veterans Attending Reunion of United Confederate Vet erans at Charleston, 5.C., May 10th to 13th. Speci-I (rain leaving Nashville "9.10 a. in , May nth, carrying the two uniform companies of Confed erate Veterans, Frank Cheatham Camp and other Tennessee and Kentucky Camps, arrives Chat tanooga" 2. 35 p. m., Atlanta 7.45 p. m.j leaves Atlanta, (Georgia R.R.) 8:00 p. m.; arrives Charleston (5, C. & G. R. R.) 7.30 a. m., May 10th. Leaves Charleston (S. C. & G. R. R.) May lath, arriving at Nash ville 0 55 p m., May 13th. This special train will be pro vided with Sleepers, and the entire train will run through to Charles ton. The equipment will remain there during the stay of the Vete rans, and will run from Charleston to Nashville without change. Charge for Sleepers per berth, 4. 00. In order to secure Sleepers it is required ...

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

ft if ' . a s. p. f I. 'Wsh (Lhcmm See PAUL M. MOORO, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporate. Enured the Pcuofflce'at Earliugtoo Second lets matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Una Year, uiletlj In advance I oo Sit Monihi, " " J ThrecMontba, " ' Specimen copies' mailed frie'on application. Correepondenti wanted in all parti ol the ountr. Addreaaui for particulars. THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1899 ANNOUNCOriENT. PRATT We ara authorlied to announce Judge Clifton J. Pratt, of Hopkins County, at a can didate for the nomination for Governor of the State of Kentucky, inbject to the action of the Republican party. A CitrcAGO professor who trav eled with W. J. Bryan In Mexico says Bryan was his own press agent and wrote notices of enthus iastic receptions in towns where natives had been ordered to go to the depot and meet him. Bryan's versatility is not to be questioned. Edward Atkinson, of Boston, a distinguished man withall, but who is losing his identity as an American, is bringing down up...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 May 1899

, ,,, ,,r - - - - Mill II II I I" - ... - -.- . - .. - &i '- 1 1 ' . " . '(U ,V 7'c NARROW ESCAPE. MEETING CLOSED. TO BDILD A HOSPITAL. LIEUT. PAUL PRICE WRITES. mmm && ' cS it. M JLS t:v y- E , &" &J Was.. SKfcVL sw?, w Jb 14 ' i u -jJv .. "3u 3n6ustru roe tLrlpc." LOCAUEWS. Mrs. W. D. Crenshaw visited in Earlington one day last week. ThcXarroms Club met with the Misses Burr, Tuesday evening. Charley Daves, of Madisonville, was in the city Sunday evening. Rev, W. C. Wilson, of Hanson, was in the city Monday morning. II I. ... 1.11 . l.iplM.lli.11 Mr. Barton Cru,tclifild, of St. Charles, was in Earlington Satur day. Mr. Pat Bleir, of Mortons Gap, was in the city Saturday, on busi ness. Mrs. Will Bramwell and daugh ter Annadcal, of Nashville, are visiting in the city. Mrs. W. O. Toy and Miss Nannie Stokes were in Madison 'ville last Saturday. Mr. David Burr, of Swarthmore, Pa., is visiting the family of his ' son, Mr. W. F. Burr. Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Toombs visited ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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