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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 June 1899

IT" f jfrifrj n. J -V if .fc ri 'M iP tv i FIRE AT MANITOH. Burns McEuen's Store, rtangrum Bros.' Store and Postoffice. About 3 o'clock Tuesday morn ing fire was discovered in the rear of G. T. McEuen's store at Mani tou. The flames spread and con sumed McEuen's store, Mangrum Bros.'' store and the postoffice, all ofvvhich we're near together in one row, all frame buildings. .There was J52,ooo insurance on the stock of merchandise owned by G. T. McEuen but none on the building which he occupied, owned by W. S. Barnett, and no insurance on Mangrum Bros ' propetty. McEuen's stock was insured for $2,000 in Hip Roy.tl Insurance Company of Liverpool, through the Madisonville agency. This was the only insurance carried on any of the losses and this policy expired at noon on the day follow ing the fire. The total loss is $5,000 or 6,ooo. None of McEuen's stock could be saved. Mangrum Brothers saved most of their goods and the post master saved the contents of his office. Taxed to Death. Fr...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 June 1899

' m " WrSZVM 'w. hi i . I J i If f i - I TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE IB, 1899. NO. 24 M i " r J . ll' ' " ttif- A . rV p. & V 5 irv k& S w Hv I.. R r-- fK- 8? THE LOUISVILLE , DEMOCRATS FIGHT. city Police Run the Primary' Election by Force. Two Tickets Announced and Tilings Favorable to Republicans. Louisville, Ky., June 12. A fierce factional fight in the local Democratic ranks reached a climax at the primaries .held today for the purpose of nominating candidates for the City Council, the Hoard of Alderman and the Legislature. The city administration forces, headed by Mayor Charles P. Weaver, had the Police and Fire Department at their command, while iho anti-administration men had the support of the city and (lie county executive committees. The Voting places were opened at 7.30 o'clock this morning, and at each place the police were on hand. They refused to allow the primaries to be held until election officers favorable to the adminis...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 June 1899

,w ' 5 JtJ tit ft- K&- ik-' i. ?.' . h s :-" E Mv' t-T-t- - l?e PAUL M. M00RI3, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated.) Entered the Pcilotfce at Eaillunion Second Wet matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: UosYesr.'slrletly la advance 1 Bit Month., " " S ThreeMonthi, " 5 Slnr.lt Copies ,7"'," ' Specimen coplei mailed Iree on application. Correspondents wanted in all parte of the cnntT. Address us tor particulars. - 'THURSDAY. JUNE ij, 1899. ANNOUNCEHONT. FlRATT We are authorized to announce Judge Clifton I. Pratt, of Hopkins County, ai a can didate for the nomination for Governor of the State of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Republican party, ! J If all signs do not fail there will be-a large quota of hot stuff in the Democratic county convention at Madisonville Saturday. I There is no rest for Tajjals be fore General Lawton. The wet season has no terrors for the fa- mousifighter of the Apaches. wt -TrtVLbuisville Democrats ate setting a new pace for the "har mo...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 June 1899

faWtiTT WTf : r ' in i & tt. H 1 (Ehcloc "iJu 3n5ustru, toe tLr,rlie." LOCAIJEWS, Miss Inez Dean is visiting rela- j . Imis in T with fri s in the country. Henry Browning, spntr friends in Dixon, Dr. Will Ross, of, was in the city S L. F. tirennia&.ofe) ylllp, visited Earltagto,, StmtMy,, Miss Bassia tommiiPij 1 tHjtU.I-a-villc, was in the city-Sjfrfttlfft, Frank and Katie HoHman, of Nashville, are visiting relatives here. Charlie Lindsay, of Madison ville, was in Earlington Monday evening. Mr. W. A. Keown and Master Clay Stokes spent Sunday, in St. Charles. Miss Laura Denton, of Robards, is the guest of her sister Mrs. Tom Young. Mangrum Bros., who were burnt out at Manitou last week, will re build at once. Mr. M. Hanna and family, of Madisonville, spent Sunday in the city with friends. Waverly McCarlcy is happy in the possession oi a joung Jackrab bit sent him by a Kansas friend. Everybody is coming to the big picnic at Lakeside Park July 4th. The A. O. U. W's are going to...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 June 1899

IV r i' w i it TIMBER AND JINERAL Kentucky Resources Discussed by Air. John B. Atkinson Before State Commercial Conven- Jk,." tion nt Louisville Kentucky, with its 40,400 square miles of territory; its 1,500 miles of navigable rivers; its rich sou; its great forests and incalculable mineral wealth; stands second to none of the great Commonwealths of the Mississippi Valley in its possibilities Especially in its great forests is a great hcrit age now rapidly and riotously be- ins exhausted, with no regard for the future. The oaks, hickories, tulips, gums, chestnuts, maples, beeches, sycamores, abli, elms, cypress, walnuts, etc., grow to a perfection equaled in but few States of this country of ours. Only in Missouri and Tennessee, perhaps, can the variety and value of timber be found to equal that of Kentucky. Eight white oaks are found in the State, viz: White Qucrcus Alba Post or Iron. Minor Overcup, Swamp I'ost Mossy Cup or Bur. . Swamp White Cow or Basket Rock Chestnut Cbcslnut or...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 June 1899

;..,m:.. wsa 'irtV.F ii-Tl ,- . ' "7J ; .0 4-1 TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1899. NO. 2B m IK I k ' fee - r- SIIOT FROM AMBUSH, Negro Miners' FramV Kentucky Waylaid at Evansville. BOOKKEEPER J100RE IS DEAD. John Phillips, Colored, Will Die and Others Seriously Hurt. Evansville, Ind., June ai. Cowardly striking miners at Evans ville waylaid and fired from am bush on the party of Kentucky negro miners that were being taken to the Sunnyside mine a little after midnight Tuesday night. As a ra suit, James H. Moore, bookkeeper for that company, is dead and John riullips, a negro miner aged forty three, cannot live. Charles Smith is seriously shot in the back, Ned Roush shot in the leer, Arch Car tcrshot in the foot, William Ander son, shot in back, Edward Geiger, the driver, shot in ear. All those wounded were colored except Moore and Geiger. The miners were unloaded at Howell and put into a moving van to be taken to the Sunnyside mine. under the di...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 June 1899

i r . r i if r i S'v Ft-4 V ru ! t ' i & ' ftr c rv ,-" a" ' (5 V o: be Ay oo PAUL M. MOORE, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated. Entered the Pciloffice t Earllngton i Second -lass matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: TOne Ystr.ittlctlrlnadvance I'J Six Months, " " -TrireeMombt, " " Single C?ples ,;.; iVViV- J I Specimen copies mzuea mcb on pyi. Correspondents wanted In all psrts of the lountT. Addresui tor particulars. p tah t I JjTUURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1899. ! ,ANNOUNCEHENT. PRATT We are authorised to announce Judge Clifton J.Pratt, of Hopkins Count', nicln dldate for the nomination for Governor of the .'State of Kentucky, subject to the action of the 'Republican party. ''Spain finds that the cost of the last Cuban insurrection was 330,- 5300,000. i Kentucky is the favored field of ffuture experiment with rural free delivery ol the postoffice depart ment., It is probable that no less than a dozen different localities in Kentucky will be thus favored in tncinear iuture....

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 June 1899

fctstyugaqg v nm. 1fW V tmuaum R - o f . t s 1. V &' & r ??, T r "3u 3nbustrjj roe tLfjrtoe." LOCAL . The Bareacts. A little babe, beyond a dqabt, It bald until bis hair attaaaout; And, later on, la uiW Hken His bairtipraes oot,,bYkEgata. Lexington ffiftlSffl, W" and Carnival AugiMt J,, 9, xo, n and 13. tngnow. ' fry Mr. Ernest Rash and wife visited relatives in Madisonville Saturday and Sunday. Robert Dickcrson, a lad, was drowned in the .Ohio River at Henderson Sunday .night, while bathing. Hon. W. . Bourland, of Dixon, was in town Sunday and Monday on his return from a, trip to Hopkinsville. Ex-Representative George JN. Adams, of McLean County spent a few days here with his brother David Adams this week. Elder I. H. Teel, of the Chris tian church, began a (prqtracied meeting at Slaughtcrsvijle Monday and will continue twelve days. The Republicans are going to Madisonville today to endorse Judge Pratt and send a strong dele gation to the State convention. The Misse? Sherid...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 June 1899

f'.Tj' u ' . i v- ,,. V '. il lh A 0 Itf'f r ft. ' lv i "v " $, . r .. -SOT INTIMIDATED. thirty-Five Colored Miners and, o Laborers Start For Indiana. iTuesday night about thirty-five colored men started from Madison 'jwlieto 'Evansville, Ind., where Ih'ey. will, take work as non-union ynibers.in the Sunny-side and First fAwsnue mines near that city. These j Kentucky darkies refused to be in jtTmjdated by Secretary Wood, of Uj M, W.t who was on hand with a helper to use his powers of per suasion against their going. They .turned a deaf, ear to his appeals and warnings to look but for trouble if they did go, and seemed to feel sure they had a right to work any where they chose and were able to ' take care of thcmselvns. So they laughed at Sec. Wood's efforts and . went to Evansville. Most of these men were from the country, a few from the Monarch Mines. ' I I . .! .1 , .. Theyendettaln Kentucky. Intervention by the authorities simply postpones but does not prevent the inevitable, bes...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 June 1899

IttSgS ?WW mjw!Wi. IS' TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 29,, 1899. NO. 26 jf o ''"'' "' '' . '"' '' ''" tw .- m Ooebel. The Courier Journal pretends to make, a wry (ace over the dose "and promiscs'to support to the finish Goebel, whom that paper has been supporting in its news columns throughout the? campaign, The Courier ournal also predicts that GoehcJ.will draw to him the young manhood of Kentucky and sweep the stato fore and aft. But does the Courier-Journal believe any such stuff? The young Democracy of Hopkins county and the old are saying with bitterness that they will not support the man who com mitted the worst political highway robbery on record while they stood by and saw it, helplessly. Democrats are saying everywhere that the next Governor of Ken tucky will be a Republican, if the Republicans of Kentucky make anything like good "use of the present opportunity. A Hopkins county Democrat stood at one door of the hall where the State Democra...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 June 1899

7 rf SrfsSfff"'- yppif- -' ,i ft Al. t fa 4 ) 1 1 1 5 'I v yt It r V v f M .3 I I f t ' f r t , , r ife t ' " ' In l Eft. ii IBee PAUL M. MOORB, Odltor and Manager. I BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. k Incorporated.) Soured iba PcstoBc at Batllnirtoo ai Second Ian matter. SUBSCIUPTION RATES: Ons Yr, strictly In sduc o Sis Monthi, " J ThreeMonthi, " a IpAlraen copies maiied'irei'on application. Correspondents wanted in all pant o the onntT. Addreii ni (or particalara. J .THURSDAY, JUNE 29. '899 .i ANNOUNCEMENT. PRATT We are anthorlred to announce Judge Clirton I. Pratt, of Hopkios Countr. aa a can didate lor the nomination for Governor or the Stateiot Kentucky, subject to the action of the Republican part?. 1 REPUBLICAN TICKET. C For Representative, i BEN T. ROBINSON. Goebel is the synonym of in satiable creed for grcaterpower and unscrupulous use 01 tne power at hand -The good roads movement is moving in the right direction towards the accomplishment of its purpose. ,The Dingley Tariff is no...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 June 1899

.,, uJikLii .'''fi'i'S--' . SLj.W-Sv ,4. . M-- Hi. s TW". ,. -."-fr-US . - vW Tl ar- fc!CiiL-.,V,.iVU ?V (.- r KfvCC . V- '--- l ' rktl. Si' u? , .- ' It. Jr.. 71 . 4VJ. , J Ml. '."ft t?eapBeg "3u 3uoustru, we dsjrtoe." LOCAUEWS. Miss Nellie Griffith returned from Central City Tuesday. L. D. Huff and W, A, Keown spent Sunday in Dawson. Misses Myrtle and harle:Dayis went to Madisonville Tuesday. Misses Emma and Mary Hewlett of Princeton, are vUitieg relatives here. , Mrs. Dave Hosey of-hfafteyille, is visiting Mrs. Isaiah F6x? ofthk place. The Odd Fellows are going to have a big picnic at Mortons Gap, July 15th. Miss Maggie Devney, of Evans ville, is the guest of Mits Sallie McGrath. E' Mr. and Mrs. Y. Q. Walker Br. . spent several days in the country Mu last week. Tr? gf Prof. E. McCulley, a former &" Hopkins County citizen, was in Earlington last week. Mrs, T. B. McGlynan and-Miss Mary Mahoncy of Nashville, are visiting relatives here. Remember the great Hopkins County Fair com...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 June 1899

r hauAt r'-t M iff I Made in II t "Mad; in America!" That sounds good and that's where those new and popular Mattinjjs and Kurs, the lOVTAN MATTINGS, were made that are on sale at the St Uernard Store. Tlie latest thing in Mattings it's Malting time surely and Riirp, the popular IOYTAN MATTING, made n .America. They art: all right, at the St. Bernard Store. Those summer thin suits for men are the acme of comfort and satis faction these hot days. Stylish, and well made and prices low, at St. Bernard Store. Choice Novelties and the proper and latest patterns in Ladies' Col lars and Neckwear, at St. Bernard Store. Ioytan Mattings and Rugs new, novel, handsome, lasting made in America. See them at the St, Bernard Store. - K & A . Ribbons in newest' colors 4Vnd styles, and all widths, atfthe'St. Bernard Store. v ..,. You need not make a baby cap. We can sell you a beauty cheaper, than you can make one, at.the St. Bernard Store. Those Ladies Belt .Buckles in our cases are nobby and' n...

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 July 1899

'.f7 tc--. -.v iViKtfW' t . 'V.- ,r v-w , jr.. - ' .vr.. vrpe vi" - ' ', '.') V "TOKlH Mf -r li 1 v"n M W 'tiiij i . TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1899. NO. 27 ma tfTHHrr-fi-,T1 .iBig . dm m , , . - .: 5 - rf i lA-BMH7iiMlPJt4 .4. IP I 1 M&mmSKSSmBlw i ' s "" Be bm mh HMaa.' If .- r, .V if ' r-; v. t"V ' & pAj- . ' WEBSTER COUNTY. Ofllcln! Proceedings of Republi can Convention 1MRST lN"31RUCriON3HOR PRATT Hon. George H. Towery Noml nnled (or Legislature. 8TRONQ RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED. Pursuant-., to the call-of. the county chairman, G. H. Towery. the Republicans of Webster county met in mass convention at the court house in Dixon, ily., on Saturday, July' ist, 1899, at 2 o'clock, p. tri., and organized' by electing E G. Thompson tempor ary chairman and J. W. Mahan temporary secretary. The ap pointment of a committee on rcso' lulions was dispensed with and VV. E. Bourland read the follow ing tcsolutions and upon motion they were unanimously ...

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 July 1899

,J y PAUL M. MOORB, Editor and Manager. ; BEE FUBLISHINS COMPANY. Incorporated Holered thiPettoffice at Barllngton as Second laMaltr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One Year, ttrletly In advance oo SlttMoJrtb,"' " V ? ThreeMontbt, " ' Specimen eepVctmVuid jrei'o'n application. CofteepoBdeait wanted in all parts ot the oontr. Addrettntforpartlcnlart. , THURSDAY, JULY 6. 1899. ANNOUNCEMENT. PRATT Wa are authotlted to announce Judge Clifton J. Pratt, or Hopkins Countr, at a can didate for the nomination for Governor of the State of Kentucky, aubject to Ibe action of tbe Republican party. $ REPUBLICAN TICKET. it ml For Representative, X BEN T. ROBINSON. Your Special Coal Edition. Thk Bee's Special Coal Edition wiiT be out in a few days now. Tiutre,have been innumerable de lays from numberless sources, and theJsdition comes much later than wasIntended. But the effprt has bMnmade to have a creditable paper that would prpperly repre sent' the great coal interests of the Western Kentucky field and do ...

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 July 1899

EZki fmrr THWi vt 9" 5 J f.r f r i" P h - JHBee "By 3ubustrj we Htjtipe." LOCAUIIS. Tho opening tall at Scbree takes place tonight. Miss Kate Sullivan is viJRg'in Howell and Evaaavjllc. The A. O. U. W. 'frt v'' attracted some attMiop. Mrs. Calvin RaHr7 ft. th St. Charles country, d;liwk. ."'''' ' Miss Lizzie Hai.MMJrtoa- ville, visited friend?' iaBclflgton. this week. Some good work is being done on the public roads in some parts of the county. Mrs. Nannie Taliaferro, of Nor tonville, visited friends here Fri day and Saturday. Mr. J. W. Reynolds, of Hender son, visited his daughter) Mrs. W. W. Ethcridgc, this week. Miss Eliza Wilkins, of Madtson ville, visited the family of Mrs. Jennie E. Moore Monday. Willie Mills was in Earlington for a short while Tuesday, en route to Mayfield for a short visit. Mrs. John Redding and Miss Cornelia Doyal, of Madisonville, spent Tuesday with Miss Sallie Farnsworth. Mrs. C. E. Lane returned this week from a visit to her parents in Lisman, accompanie...

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 July 1899

KW'MIW T . ?S Vr i) ' VY- Eg V-JB KING GOEBEL. Democratic Comment Makes Him a . &' Robber MUCH BITTERNESS EXPRESSED $ From Lexington Hetald. 'Do riot forget, Mr. Goebel, that sometimes the apple tifeven a boisterous and bully ambition like yoSrs"i"!turhs to ashes and scorches th'elips'thaf touch it. 'Sore Over Tborne' Defeat. From "Eminence Constitutionalist. wThe. defeat of Hardin might have been borne with some degree of equanimity by the Democracy ofEminence- and Henry county, but the defeat of the Hon. Wm. FThorne maltes a sore that only time can 'heal. Many Democrats have, hesitated to commit them selves to the support of Goebel, but; the second ballot for Lieu tenant Governor va9 a body blow, and time will be necessary for all Democrats to catch a .fresh breath. Thef soreheads- in Eminence are numerous. One Republican of fered to bet that the Republican . majority in Eminence would be 200. Will Ssw Wood. From New Haven Echo. After a week of sensations the Democratic Conven...

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 July 1899

7tt 1 ' 5 ,-tt l' ...i.-ta -; :'- t ' 4 ' TENTH YEAR. EARUKGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1899. NO. 28 i j, daSa1 If- 7!'.? y t--. M. ' iWf. &' ' r ' ;3 KV. fc B..V I; - - REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Organized, and All Nominations Will Probably Be Made Today. a t; r . -: Strong Effort to (Jet Pratt to Ac cept Attorney Generalship Nomination. Special 13 Tut U. Lexington, .Ky., July 12. Re publican convention organized this afternoon, Judge Boering, tempo rary chairman; K. J.' Hampton, temporary secretary. Committees appointed and adjourned till eight o'clock. Committeemen for Sec ond district were Vice President C. T. Mounts, Webster; Resolutions, E. G. Sebree, Henderson; Creden tials, R. J. Salmon, Hopkiat; Rules, John Feland, Christian; Organization, Wyait Watt, Chris tian. Tonight James W. Breathitt of Christian, elected permanent chairman. Committees on creden tials and on rules reported and re port adopted. Committee on reso lutions not ready. Convention ad jou...

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 July 1899

w . v 1 t k J i f w. :i r & ,) V . t I, f 3 I. M ri. V r. i t , Mr I K4V"1 1 Xbdii iBee PAUL M. MOORB, Editor nd Manager. 1EE FUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated.) Bolirtd the PeitoSee it Eerlibgton as Second "" SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On Year, strictly In advance Sis MewfesA " " J? ThrMMOBtbt, " " J Specimen copies' aalied Jrei'on application. Correspondents wanted In all parti of the onntT-7 Addrett us for particulars. , THURSDAY, JULY 13. 1899. ANNOUNCEflENT. PRATT We are autborif ed to announce judfe Cltoa J. Pratt, of Hopkins County. a can didate tor the nomination for Governor of the Statefof Kentucky, subject to the action of the, Republican part?. "repusmcan ticket. For Representative, BEN T. ROBINSON. Out of all his chicken matter Charlie Meacham ought to be able to scare up;a rooster ol some, kind to Toe uptthe Gobblq ticket in his editorial columns. Ir Governor Bradley bad, tatter) counsel of ibis courage, instead, ot .his lean, be vroalA not have ordered , out , troops on f...

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 July 1899

y MWMOMMMaayM f. '3 ! fff I V? -r m m in A' J m . & '4 w '. " IP- ' 1 & ' "23u 3nbustrj we tLltoe." LOCAL NK L. V. Koontz last Friday. wa?iCroUpn Don't forget th$Sggl$gktgl county I'air. """"WPssWsssssssssssssssssst will McLe4 w, .fctrtniii vtllo Monday. Miss Tiny, ISU S0D- ,s v,sawi Nashville, ,obJBing jerrold A. Jonson is making relatives in Greenville a visit. Mrs. Dan M. and Miss Ethel Evans were in Madisonville, Mon day. Misses Dona Wood and Tiny Kellnerwere in Madisonville Tues day. Lee a day week. Cozart and little son spent or two in Nashville this Miss Sallte Farnsworth spent Tuesday with friends in Madisonville.- Mrs. T. B. McGlynan and, Mrs.. Phil Rabcr went to Evansvillc Sunday. Mr. D. W. Umstead went Evansvillc Tuesday morning, business. to on Miss Ruth Wooldridge is spend ing a few weeks with relatives at Manitou. Ed Morrow and Thomas E. Fin ley, of Madisonville, were in the city Sunday. Mrs. P. E. Jones, of Jackson ville, Fla., is here visiting relatives and f...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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