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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 May 1899

, a v v l-r i i.; Bjinwy.""" l.g. tSiiu?:J;-'..it4tm.y"'ici.iii-i;.uH.ing,Jiit pm giJ'"jJiJ.aiMi4iiii,T;ii.nii,,y.''ry?crnir; your orders win SOLICITED. IV I Open All Night. ,.r fy,A. ,,. .a, -dwiw: ..Ama.jl. jicjss ifikuiJ -JtajiJa - Q tiii-tiajiiii ir.niiii'Anir'--'"'' rfiimtftiwittiiiililmi gwrni igtJ liMj J'ra' .KracPliKKiHBn lJBHTjiiwUM.4nn ' " EmffflclW1'!! ne lurnisning oi an maieuais, . aiSr mechanical and common Ubcr. i I PLANS. DETAILS. SPECI- price reasonable and satisfaction Buarnn- FICATIONS 4 CONTRACTS ,eed Estimates cheerfully given on all kinds DRAWN UPON SHORT NO- of Building and Special Work. Give me a 1 M Tirr - chance iwpir.j, ry ujii .,;.mi',J wyt '" ;. "" jpmpinp t!j,m,w iivxvvNA"s:vrvvvcv;NNXVVVVVVVVVV.V.VVN lifTSllKiF1! Tho Kind Yon Ilavo Always in uso for over 30 years, , and has heen mado imdcr Ills pcr- '-& sonal supervision slnco Its Infancy. CUCU4C, Allow no ono to deccivo you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes nro but Ex periments...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 May 1899

'fvrv V si SA TENTH YEAR EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1899. NO. 19 ! t r , r .i ' I I SI?- fe . U ru !&& . w Si p fTT' CLIFTON J. PRATT. Some of the IhlnRS Being Said About Him by the Press. CAMHOACV UECBIVED WITH FAVOU. Favorably Atentloned at Wash ' Ington, and Finding New Friends Dally. All Agree He Poiksms tbe Qualification! of a Strong Candidate. The first prominent Republican in the State, who has not in the past been identified with any lac tion, to boldly Some out for Judge Pratt is ex-Chief Justice W. H. Holt, of this city. In a conversa tion to-day with several officials, Judge Holt said that he favored the nomination of a man for the head of the party ticket this year who was not allied with any par ticular faction or set of politicians, and that such a man was Judge Pratt. lie said that the Judge was not only worthy of the support of every member of his own party, but that he would draw to him on account of his ability many Demo crats f...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 May 1899

r'. arboAoo PAUL M. MOORB, Editor and Menaier. BEE PUBL1SHINB COMPANY. Incorporated J Entered the Pciloffico at Esrllngton (i Second UK ranter. SUDSCK1PTION KATES' One Yer,itrlctljrlndvnco SIx'Monthi, "' " ThreeMonthi, " " .fi oo . 50 Siniieuopies.... ......... ,". S specimen cupici Diuun Uu.n,"""v,,ll. Correspondent! wanted in all parti ol the ountr. Address us for particulars. PnMMflAnft. THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1899 ANNOUNCEflENT. PRATT We are authorized to announce Judge Clifton J. Pratt, of Hopkins County, as a can didate for tne nomination for Governor bf the State of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Republican party. If Goebel is defeated for the Democratic nomination, will he work his machine for the man who beats him? We reproduce in this issue number of expressions as to Judge Clilton J. Pratt and his candidacy for Governor of Kentucky, taken from State papers and dispatches to some of the leading dailies. They are all of one strain and make interesting reading for the Rep...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 May 1899

rTwai "i .- ,. p.- " Ui m.1 i f. &? ttA i 2 . BV bv W I - i2HuF& ec "By 3nbuslrij wc (Lttoe." LOCAL IWSi: A Circus Note.. The elephant's colossal, grand.and g rest, Uut Utile things bis genial, loal beguile; Odo paltry peanut makes Lira all elate, And gilds him with. ten jrnrdsot pleas ant smile. Harpers.' Uazar. Mrs. Lizzie Myers, of Nashville, is visiting relatives here. Miss Katie Orr, oil .Madisonville, was in the city IastFrulity.1 Mr. J no, 15. Atkinson mi wile spent tho early part of this week in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bramham, of Hopkinsville, visited relatives hero last week. Mrs. Louis Weber and daugh ter arrived last week from Ne braska as expected. Mr. B. T. Robinson, of Mor tons Gap, spent a brief while in Earlington Monday. Misses Minnie Bourland and Ethel and Lillio Evans were in Madisonville, Saturday. Miss Jenkins, the kindergarten teacher of Madisonville, spent Saturday with Miss Sue Burr. Home grown strawberries have been coming-in hero tor some da...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 May 1899

flVHi f ft? d sf V o AGRICDLTORAL PROSPERITY. (Jratlfylnz Showing for Live Stock of alt Kinds. From Bradstreel's. Though constituting the most profitable feature of the farming industry of recent years, the ad vance in the price of cereals from the low point reached in the years 1894 to 1896 inclusive, has not been the only source of agricultural prosperity. This is illustrated by the figures of farm values of cattle sheep, horses and hogs compiled by Statistician Hyde of the Agri cultural Department. The figures ars to be understood as dating re spectively on January 1, 1898, and illustrate the profitableness of the returns received in what is regarded as a side issue of the agricultural interest generally. Hriefly stated, the rtutiti. point to an aggregate gain in the total value of the coun try's live stock this year over last of $108,355,482, or 5 74 per cent , the aggregate of all live slock val ues on January 1 this year being $1,907,010,407. This, too, has oc curred in spite ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 18 May 1899

A'.t If A sc, J V" Avv, s. e . , if. ff V-. ; ft TENTH YJiAH. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 18, J899. NO. 20 -rsBBSBBBBBBsssaia' -' Win irfj&eL. ' "' " sssBBBBBBsr,'lBBBBBW ! a r -- : ! :;' 'f r AN ASYLUM PATIENT Commits Suicide By Turning a Stream of Scalding Water Into Her (louth. Iloplcincville, Ky., May 16 Mrs. Belle Coleman, a patient from Howling Green, who was re ceived at tliu Western Asylum about ten days ago, committed suicide in a moat 'peculiar manner. Great care was taken to remove from her room everything with which she could injure herself. She was allowed to 'go to the bathroom, and seized the opportu nity to destroy her life. Finding 6hc could not drown herself, she turned the hot water faucet and held her mouth under the scalding stream, letting the water riin into her stomach. She was so badly burned that she died a few hours later. just before she was brought to the asylum she attempted suicide by shooting and had not fully re covered fr...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 18 May 1899

HSIM1 Tcfl r. .f IV i I' tk I ,c 4 if c i r . i, T J l.v ' :t. Li iV H i'X j-i j' r PAUL M. MOORE, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated.! Enured the PcMoBce at Etrllueton at Second Ins matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Uaa'Year, strictly In adrinco tit Six I Month!. " " J Thr.Mnnlhl. ' SlnfleCcples : .V'.V ' Specimen coplei mailed free on application. Correspondent! wanted In all parti of toe oontT. Addreta ni lor particular!. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1899. ANNOUNCEflENT. PRATT We are aulbotlied to announce Judge Clifton J. Pratt, of Hopfclni Connty. ai a can didate for the nomination for Governor of the State of Kentucky, inbject to the action ot the KepuDiican party. . "We note the arrival of the Whit ley Republican, of Williamsburg, on our exchange tabic. Glad to acknowledge new friends, especial ly Kentucky Republican pipers. The Burkcsville Herald, on of the Kentucky papers that gets the local news and prints it well, is now among our exchanges. There is manv a local pap...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 18 May 1899

W "v' "' & , F1 ! l . WA . ' .w 7 4 &-. & V v v T&. v.- , fv IV P- Br.' m 3. f W-4& 5? jt mk m Op ee 'Su 3ttbustry toe dfjrtoe." LOCAL!!! L. D. Huff spent Sunday, in Hopkinsville. W. S. Borders spent Sua? in Hopkinsville. Miss Dona Wood spea Menday in Madisonville. Elder I. H. Teal w in. Madi sonville Friday. Miss Dona Waed!; w8j it Madi sonville, Monday. Mrs. Edwin Phillips spent one day last week in Madisonville. V. A. Kcown was in Madison ville awhile Monday afternoon. Lee Cozart and F. D. McGary went to Madisonville, Tuesday. Mr. D. VV. Umstead went to Nashville Tuesday, on business. Miss Salhe Farnsworth is visit ing relatives in Nashville this week. Mr. and Mrs. VV. Ernest Rash visited in Madisonville Wednes day. Mrs. Reuben Trotter, of Crof ton, spent Tuesday with friends here. Misses Nannie Ashby and Paul ino Davis went to Madisonville Monday. Mesdames Enfield Stevens and M. 13. Long were in Madisonville, Saturday. Mr. Ben W. Robinson, of Hal sey, spent 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. — 18 May 1899

' .vHY RlRdi-v "? t . 1 vrsntsj! ?"7, ' WlTs yJ 'f l I FREE SILV'ERITE'S CONFESSIONS. Confides Some Family Secrets to a Brother White-Metaller. Bill Qoebel's Law Illuminated. Dalton, Kv . May 10, 1899. DA LlDERTO Arqsntum. After viewing Ibo political landscapu o'er and in consequence ot tbe approaching campaign, I write to give you same ol my observations on the outlook I will, of course, write ou, confi dentially, things that i would not wiite to ouuldo parties, lor we have gut to look facts in the face be they stubborn or other wise. I admire the pluck of those who still have the backbone U contend that limes are no better While you and 1 are sorry l admit it. et we are bouDd to know that limes were never more prosperous than tbey are at present. 1 be laborer can buy more with thoptice of a day's work than he ever could, and can get employ ment every day. Our Icadeis told the people that this could never be if the Re publican parly went into power, but that the reverse of this wou...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 25 May 1899

m j fr i j TENTH YEArRI EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1899 NO. 21 r '1 . ' . ' 'ft f E . " W N r r-- w. "WSma u-VJJ GRAIWARMY. Large Attendance at the State Encampment Tho State Encampment o( the G A. R at Glasgow was largely attended this week. The number of ladies present is said to be larger than for several years. Glasgow was beautifully decor ated. Tuesday night there was a camp-fire at the courthouse. Joseph H. Browning, of Louis ville, was elected commander and a badge of "gold studded with'dia monds" was presented retiring Department Commander John W. Hammond. Happy Welcome Home. The Volunteers of Company A, Third Kentucky regiment are home and have been and are wel comed. It was and Is a hearty welcome extended Company A by the pcople'of Hopkins county and other companies by the people of other parts of Western Kentucky. Had there been tho same oppor tunity and a Western Kentucky metropolis to which the entire regiment might have been brought such ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 25 May 1899

!" , 3 rtt 1" f ri- I;, o t" Ms ? A- . Vfc ita i a. ijsw. Ft-. Ct)giiW Bee PAUL M. MOORE. Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated. Entered the Peitofflce it Earlltimon ai Second Uiimittirr SUBSCK1PTION RATES: Oni Ye'ar.tirletly Inadrance SlaMomba, " ' ThrsMontbt. " .ft oo . jo J Simla Copies ;!"1," Specimen copies mailed free on application. Correipondenta wanted in all parte ot I 5 the onntr. Addreia m lor particulars. THURSDAY, MAY 2J, 1899. ANNOUNCEHENT. PRATT We are authorized to announce Judge Clifton I. Pratt, of Hopkins County, at a can didate for the nomination for Gorernor of the State of Kentucky, aubject to the action of the Republican party. Mr. P. Watt Hardin seems to have fallen- into the common po litical error of writing too many letters. And his enemies arc mak ing use of it. The Administration is paving the way to the emancipation ol Cuban' women. It is announced that Cuban girls will be given em ployment in the postal service. A bold and patriotic...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 25 May 1899

& jr 2 rlrl. t.' Cee '3U 3nouslry. toe (Lljrtoe." LOCALMS. t Mrs. Frank GianinJ, of Provi- cc, was in the city Monday Mrs. Albert Kcown, of this city, is visiting relatives at St. Chattwi it. Chawi cWTorwal The Western KentucWfNoriHal School at Madisonville. will close Friday. Misses NannieAsbly-t'flBd-jPau,-line Davis .visited :friMtdftit,,M)tiU sonvillc the. past&weeWk. Mrs. W Parish, of Hfc'naon.-nrisi ited her parents at this place, sev eral days the past week. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Dean returned home yesterday from a visit to relatives in tho country. Senator Gocbcl will close his campaign in Christian county with two speeches at Pembroke, June g. Miss Celeste Moore visited friends in Madisonvillc last week, and attended tho State C. E. Convention. Paducah's entertainment of her soldier boys is on yesterday and today with an extensive list ol attractions. Misses Inez and Lelia Dean returned home Monday-from Mad isonvillc accompanied by Miss Myrtle Wootcn. Next Saturday ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 25 May 1899

'i lV4j"' r,H" '? G si- H , BV i 1 Mfe 7?? CHBHil'''l'''l'llllll"llll'l"llll"11 GOOD ROADS AND BAD. gio'tiit'OOgi 1 1 1 1 1 iiit'intt'i f' iiiiihi ' The old saying that "what the eye never sees the heart never grieves" is well illustrated in the stolid indifference with which Americans pay tribute to the tyranny of mud roads, and when the people of this country are once brought to a full realization of the "price they are paying for this mediaeval folly there will be the greatest economic revolution ever witnessed, even in this pro fessedly progressive republic. No tax is popular, with the tax payers unless it can masquerade as an evasion of taxation, and this is precisely what the mud road lax has always done, it is paid in tne form of expense for additional horses, wagons, harness, teea, stable room, labor and a hundred other things, the necessity for which would be greatly reduced or entirely removed by the con struction of good roads. And the cood roads would not involve one fou...

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 June 1899

HT 3 HIT -5 mr '--" o iWr .V7. Ple-T &fy a LV H ' $ , ' "' TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1899. NO. 22 TOLIVER nVQARY DEAD. PHILIPPINE VOLUNTEERS. ' ' " ' "" - .i . . ... i -. i . i i ii i i . f . , .. :w V' I & ?. fi ktt r -. i. t-f-.? -".'O t- i ?, sa Burled By Friends and Comrades Decoration Day. Tolivcr McGary, aged 54 years, died Monday, May 29, at Madison ville. lie was a brother of Mr W. 11. McGary and M'S. E. R. McEuen of this place. Mr. Mc Gacy was an old Confederate sol dier. The burial was on Tuesday, Decoration Day, and the Confed erate veterans of Hopkins county buried the remains with honors. The pall bearers were: Tom Brooks, Mac Stevens, L. D. Hock ersraith, A. E. Reese, D. Bondu rant and Hobbs. Among the other veterans present were Capti Christy, Dr. Mothershead, Weld on Jenkins, J. R. Dean and E. Mc Leod. A large number of friends were present. Elder I. H. Tecl conducted the services. Two Sets of Delegates The Marion cou...

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 June 1899

J4.H 0' PL fiMiV , in j w ?, a K Wb r& j &r ,H V p 4tf". ;J i n tW4 L ' It' S " T i ty . r V' r fa ,; . fry A Bee IH9 PAUL M. MOORB, Editor and Monger. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated. Entered the Pcitofflco it Barllnicton at Second lasaioatter. SUBSCK1PTION RATES: OnsYear.ttrlclly In advance oo Biz Months. " " J ThrMsnlhl. " " 5 Specimen copTes'maiiedfrei'on application. . Correspondents wanted In all parti of ine onnlT. Addreseustorparttcuiare. THURSDAY, JUNE I. 1B99. ANNOUNCEHENT. nBATT-Wi. ara authorlttd to announce judge I Clifton I. Pratt, of Hopkins County, at a can didate xor tne nomination iw "" " State of Kentucky, anbject to the action of Ibe Kepunncan party. President McKinley, it now ap pears, cast the deciding vote that put Commodore Dewey in com mand of the Asiatic Squadron at the beginning of the Spanish-American war. He simply prevented Secretary Long from turning Dew ey down. Just another instance of the wisdom of the president. In the Democratic prima...

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 June 1899

r2?FPr4 m K fl V K r 4 I h i i .-m 1 h aT -VJ ft k J ft '?- . w. j f fr -f-s : l i . &v " v !! y "i?u 3niustru we tttbe." LOCAUEWS. Mrs. W. S. Bramwel, of Nash ville, is visiting here. Mr. Dick Harrison, of MoaMh, spent Sunday with friend, ia JSd ington. Miss Birdie Johtwaa vic44d ithe family of Mr. W. W. StfatrMge this week. Mr. P. B. Harris AMI 4tfbtrs and Mr. aad Mrs. 'lUfctrtJtwr, of Mortons Gap, attewhdjMViGM.at tho Christian church, .Satttkry. Rev's. J. F. Story and I. H. Tecl will exchange pulpits next Sunday, the former preaching at Nebo and the latter at Wallonia. Mrs. R. V. Davenport returned home from a visit to Guthrie last Friday, accompanied by her sister, Miss Jcttie Small, who will spend several weeks here. Rev. Roscoc M. Wheat will fill his regular appointments here Sunday morning and night at the M. E. Church, South. His sub ject lor Sunday evening is "Chris tian Culture." Rev. W. C. Wilson, pastor of the M. E. Church, has changed his appointment atEarlingtonfr...

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 June 1899

.iJWWWiViVsm 1 r y REV. CROWE WRITES Tells of the Beauties, Benefits, Published In "The vw flYYMWttWWMVAttW The following letter, written by Rev. John M. Crowr, was pub lished last week in the Central Methodist at Louisville. Quite a number of Earlington people have been listening for this letter ever since Mr. Crowe was here and The Bee republishes it for their pleas ure and because it contains so many good things well said about our town and townspeople. My itinerant tours among the churches furnish a varied arena for thoughtful observation and pleasant reflections. For three weeks I have been among the noble miners of this modern city modern in all the elements and institutions that beautify social life and glorify commercial, industrial enterprise. Not an idle man has been seen walking these streets by day or by night. The law of thrift insures a state of rest and reward, and con tentment smiles on happy homes. Nearly three thousand souls dwell here as cultured, refined, sober, ...

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 June 1899

.& LJm., EEJ51I r x, ir, i 'iid 3 t !wlm a 11 D! -lJ'M V lM.., k , TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1899. NO. 23 B H H a A7H LV.aSil gBWHIISKBMliMj,inT Jf jLJyJyrvJmKtLiW ,.! rtv1u HH LH . a i -tti tt -I t ii T"---"f iMmrrni -m x. . mi ii w5mmw)&mmmmss&mfj$mimLLmm 11717 J-J- csmHiSS' sr I? J r 31 f M n I & w 1&IW THE CUURCU A PLACE OF REST. The Sunday Service Develops the Mlnil and Broadens the Areas of Knowledge. "lok at Ihe steady strain uponjou," writes Bishop Hurst, discussing "What is the Good ol Going to Churc?" in the June Ladies Homt Journal, "The av erage American week is one in tense effort to get beyond the limi tations of the week just gone. Every nerve and force of body and brain have been under the stress of excitement and rush. Six days are enough for the se vere tension, and break many a one down in the process. Let the struggle be stopped every veek by one perfect day of rest. The church is essentially a place o...

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 June 1899

) t f lirs k U J- r V . . I. l S I VLmt.'f: 33e PAUL M. MOORB, Editor and Manag-er. BEE FUBLISHINS COMPANY. Incorporated.! Entered the PcstoHco it Barllugton as Second lass matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Oaa Ytar.ttrlctljInedTtoce.. Sis Month, " '.' TbreeMontbi, " It oo jo 5 Specimen copies mailed (re on application. Correspondent! wanted in all parte of the onatr. Address ns for particulars. THURSDAY. JUNE 8, 1899. ANNOUNCEHENT. DRATT We are authorised to anncunce Judte a curton I. rraii, or nopaim ,aumj, -"-HMyia fnr thn nomination for Governor of tbe State ot Kentucky, subject to tbe action of the Kepnotican party. The War Department lias done a kindly and humane act by as signing an expert embalmcr to each transport coming to or going from the; United States (or Manila. There are to be no more burials of our soldiers at sea. Tom Finley is a possible candi date for the Republican nomina tion for representative from Hop kiss county. Tom is not an announced candidate but if the nomina...

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 June 1899

ips ""V ' ti. i it? i ..v 4 UC"- ' i- & GfcJNpfee "Sy 3nbusirj frle." LOCAL DEIS. J Clyde McCarley is home from Morganheld. Misses Aggie and Gorj?ia.Vy?M are visiting in Nashvilfce. Miss Efile Teague r.u.rawl. Jast week from Hopkinfyijlk. Mrs. j. T. Hamcm94ut0bl ,sjfl Hcnder08, a yfinjBfe. Mrs. WaUttr '.MaGjy-a. Jtfftt Dona Wpod .w.j iMfijfriWVflfc Tuesday .maraing. Mr 8. W. L. Grajnger, of Spring field, Tenn,, is visiting her daugh ter, Mrs. Wm. McCarley. The Guthrie Fair Association will hold its next fair at Guthrie, September 27 to 30, inclusive. Mrs. Winfrey Parrish, of Han son, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Stevens, here Sunday. The Madisonvillo city council fixed the city tax rate at 75 cents on the hundred dollars of assessed valuation at the Friday night meeting. ' Thomas Davis, oi Barnsley, and Miss Martha Ward, of Muhlenberg county, were married Sunday in Muhlenberg and returned to Barns ley Sunday evening. C. D. Wright, of Richland, and H. B. Uttcrback of M...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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