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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 July 1899

't.if.tt v i V i fr J . p T V - aWT LIKE 60EBEL. 0 Jt . (UMttnuea irom becona i-ige.) preaching it in shameless effront errand unconcealed deformity. The'records bf reconstruction fur "hing'thing to compare with it." .Arejthe people ready to surren der toa triumvirate, or to one maker, all the power and privi leges of a free government? lfoso,Jet them vote for the au thojijof tfie force bill, which the Courier journal thus characterizes: "Why three Commissioners when one would serve the purpose qiu?e!3sV,well? Thrift being the ..order of the day, why not an act naming a single Commissioner to cast a .single vote for the entire State, as is sometimes done in locaf board meetings? Why waste the Hard-earned money of the tax payer on a triumvirate, when a dictator, would come so much cheaper?" V, , IV This. bill has become a law; the people have now to accept or re ject it,. By force and by fraud a Democratic convention was over thrown; by Weaver's police back ing Goebel's Chairman, a 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. — 20 July 1899

,& u . swt .' jr." ' f J -J. S n Mr -. t TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JJJUY 20, 1899. NO. 29 es I I J . w i I 'i . i' i;- . $-' URYAN AND PIKE'S PEAK. The Average Orade Doe5 Not Agree With His Favorite Ratio. Kum Cut uurur,lR"p) I lit- oriKOMtiiy which is lacking in Mr Brvau'a perorations is not dt-Hd, only (deeping. He has just achieved a triumphal march which puts to shame the garlanded pro gressfr ot Roman monarchs, and the stately processions of the Field of the Cloth of Gold. Mr. Bryan has made a shouting progress up Pike's Peak. He is still there. That is, no re ports of the descent have been re ceived. Mr. erstwhile Colonel William Jennings Bryan, of pretty much everywhere there are rail roads, is standing on a frosty and somewhat crumbling mass of red granite, 14,151 feet above the level of the sea. He is able to look down on Cripple Creek, the resort of goldbugs and deputy sheriffs, while Leadville, of silver renown, lies just to the west,...

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 July 1899

0?eg See PAUL M. MOORB, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLIHINB COMPANY. Incorporated. Entered tbe Pcttoffict l Earlltnton it Second tats matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: OntYear.strlelly In advance U oc SUHMU, " ThrejMootbt, " SIfM Copies.. ,t . ;.: Bk.I annlu mftl1(i Vm At nnllCfttlOIl. Correspondent wioted in all parti ol the ouatv. Address us icr particulars. THURSDAY, JULY so, 1899. ANNOUNCEHENT. PRATT-' We ere imhorli ed to innaanca Judge Clifton J. Pratt, of Hopkins Connljr, at a can didate for the pomlnatlon for Governor of the Stale of Kentucky, tnbject to tbe action ol tbe KepsDiicaa party. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, W. S. TAYLOR, Of Butler County. 1 For Lieutenant Governor, '" JOHN MARSHALL, Of Louisville. IFor Secretary of State, VCXBEB POWERS, OftKnox Count'. For Attorney General, CLIFTON J PRATT, OfHopkins County. Fo'r.Auditor, iRkvT-JOHN S. SWEENEY, - Of 1 Bourbon County. For Treasurer, WALTER R. DAY, .Of-Breathitt County. FarUSuperintendent of Public In struction, JOHN BU...

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 July 1899

' ' ' ML a v . A WMk 1 3 . .fsm&, if THE CAVE PARTY. . , , 1 '-V..aBItmZil W"k K ii iiti .h, rr as ( mm S,Q "3U 3nbustru toe Unripe." LOCAL MIS. Lawyer Jonson went to Madi sonville Monday. Miss Annie Moore, of Header son, is visiting here. Lloyd O'Brien, ofiiPatfacah, is visiting relatives here. Andrew Clarity ofPalteab, is visiting his mothr;lverq., Charley RobiMM,hM,bftci.uite sick for a week-or mere. Frank Rash is visiting relatives in Henderson this week. Mrs. Charlie Patterson visited in Madisonville, this week. There will be a barbecue at the Elk Creek bridge Saturday. Miss Laura Ligon, ol Trenton, was here a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. returned homo tour. J. F. Lloyd have from their bridal Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCulley vis ited in Crofton and Empire last week. Mrs. J. F. Lloyd and Miss Mol he Vanason were in Madisonville, Monday. Misses Lanic and Lcdic Cozart spent last week with their aunt in Madisonville. Miss -Florence McGregor, of St. Charles, is visiting the family ...

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 July 1899

ta b la 1 5 i- I? w sjState Platform. The Republicans of Kentucky, in, 'convention assembled, make thejfdllowing declarations of pur pose and principles: Fit Wa affirm that tbo existing elec tionjaw In Kentucky enacted by a Demo cratic Qeneral Asssmbly in 1898 over the objection of our Republican Governor Is viciously partisan, subverive of fairness and honesty, in election, hostile to the principles of free government, removes safeguards which have heretofore pro tected and guaranteed the right of suf frage, denies to our courts lbs power to protect voters in this State against the perpetration of fraud at elections, com mits broad power to it responsible Com missioners not chosen by or accountable to the pople for their acts, and imperils the s.credoess, efficiency and power of toe ballot. We therefore set forth as the it sue before the people of this Stale the re peal of this revolutionary law, and the Re publican party pledges itself to its repeal and to the restoration of Ibe s...

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 July 1899

EE33I n-n ' VCt1-- IF ,' kmx: - W:f 0 ft ' . 1 . , m w . -' w r ,rf vij iwt 3M TENTH YEAR. EARLHSfGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1899. NO. 30 s2 ' "3pfcjtoffcvwPHMMi'- ,wj w t s - 1 f: , l&T ... tj .-re $fe MOUNTS VIEW OF INGERSOLL. Thinks .He Was Driven Prom Christianity By Abuse and Seeing the Dark Side of Religion. Springfield. Mass., Telegram to Ibo Chi cago Tribune, D. L. Moody, when asked at Northfield if he had any statement to make in regard to the death of Robert G. Ingersoll, said: "I am not going to say a word about him. Do you know I never mentioned his name in an address while he was alive, and I don't be licvc in talking about a man after his death. It docs no good to talk against a man. I am sorry for his wife and children, for it was said that he was a kind husband and father, and I don't want to tear open that wound." 'Do you believe that Ingersoll's influence was overrated?" "I do not wish to talk about it," answered Mr. Moody. "I believe th...

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 July 1899

JtjJ&eaS- '- - Itei' Vr v-y. v ' . I 3t 3 i i 'C ,1 r l't K' 7 Hi Vh- K I r QOpMStt PAUL M. MOORE, EiHtor and Manager. BEE FUBLISHINH COMPANY. Incorporated.) Entered thtrcttotfice t Eirllufton at Second UWK6T, ex -.' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: trlallr la advance It 00 tit; ftt. SH tTfereeMonthi. " J ,i Specimen eeplVt' mtlied tree on application. T CenewoadMH wanted In all part ol ttat f.t ,- 1 LenatT. 'Ad(W03Jorpn!raiM .THURSDAY, JULY 27. 1899. fDRATT Wears autuotlted la announce juage 5 1 Clifton I; Mil, of Hopkins CanMy, m a ean- dld.te lor te Bora4lWM GoVttnaf'of the . Stata of KeWackT.'ltfWect W'IW,Himi 01 tut Republican ptttf. '-- " " RPPHWJAW,TH?KP for Governpr, W. S, TJVYJ-QP, Of Butler County.. For LieutenantGoycrnofj JOHN, MARSHALL, ,, QLouijyjlJer j- For Secretary 0$ Sfate, CALEB.POERS, Of Knox. County. For AtfflfyjGRgRrgl CLIFTOfiJ. PRATT Of Hopkins gounfy. SffiAjuJtor.. Rev.JJ$.S! SWEENgY, Of Bourbon County. For Treasurer, WALTER R. DAY, .PffiSrPHHrH..' KrSupgrinendent oj ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 July 1899

Y '' &.: Jt f' & -: & IrA m ' f. sv. i' NK' m & SUP. ! &tyjjjgm& "By Ditoustru, we Crbe." ,:. LOCALOTS. Mrs. W. D. Cavinsw andjfamily . j,havo Rono to Dawson. Mrs. Wallace Creta? vfa a Madisonville visitor yesterday. Mrs. Fannje Arnejdj voting relatives in Muhlenberg county, The dam brokem ,ij.a), MJarcl Mines Friday. Np damage, was done. C. A.' Morton, tke. .tqerflbRnt tailor of Madisonville, was n jqwn Monday. Miss Lucia McEuen, of Nash ville, is the guest of Miss Susan Atkinson. Miss Lulu Jordan, of Gallatin, Tenn., is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. E. Fawcctt. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Long and children, of Nashville, are visiting relatives here. Thos. j. Stevens, the hustling miller of Hanson, was a caller at The Uee office Monday, Mrs. J. E. Moore and daughter, Miss Celeste, visited in Madison ville, several days last week. Miss Agnes Tobin and brother, Master Hubert, of Bowling Green, arc visiting the Misses Whalcn. Hazel Tilford, the young man, who was hurt ne...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 July 1899

rv a , . f S-( -A f THE CAVE- TRIP. One of the Members of the Party Furnishes Some Very INTERESTING BITS OF dOSSIP. Had a Delightful Time The Hos '..Vitality, of the Crescent 'City's Crew Appre ciated. One of the members of the Cave jParty, thinking it would be of in teresHo the friends of those who composed the Cave Party, as well as to most of the readers of The Bee, furnishes the following, jotted down at random, while en route to and from this wonder of Kentucky. After being escorted around the city of Evansville by ttie aaenl tor the Evansville "tiOowiing Green Packet Co., we were taken on board Ibe steamer, Creseml City, and there introduced to the crew. Capt. How ell told us to take charge of the boat, go when and wherever wo pleased, and in a few minutes our parly were as much at home in the pilot and engine rooms, as ' they were in the cabin. Mrs. Howell, the captain's Rood wife, was very pleasant and ' accommodating, and did all she could to make our trip a delightful one....

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 August 1899

-J&rlii&&imiik' eseotsb -' C""'' v,,ff"Vl,,W!""'";"l ; IJi I'VfftWKf1 mfPWW J WWf uu jju y UJip -"W if. 4' 4 4 afi. - t tl 4 ' .'A, . in L4 vCtT7 'TENTH YEAR .E ARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1899. '.-, -& A NO. 31 J.U luH-l.O . , z - m .?...,.. k . v?i -sf V , I A .- -, .if - -- . hi fo !.-" II- ' Cleveland and Evansvllle. " Cleveland,, like Evansvjlle, has a Dilchcr who is superior and abovo all law. Tho Cleveland ' mayor resents the upstart,' while the Evansvillo mayor bows his bead in humble submission to the demand and orders of a brazen coward. While the EvansviHe Dilcher and his gang shoot men down in the night, because they will work without his permission, the Cleveland Dilcher and hi ng blow up with dynamite, troaey cars, loaded with people going to their homes from daily toil, be- ' cause they ride on ci rs without liis permission. Doctort are ordered not to attend sick child en, because the parents are "scabs" in the es timation ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 August 1899

STO iiv- r v i r i U N hr if 4 li' Hi '- n ;. lr K v b h. T iy i 1 w- y V ' I PAUL M. MOORD. Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Incorporated J ' Enured the Pcf (office at Earltof ton ai Second SUBSCRIPTION RATES: OaeVear,itrIetlylnad-ance... It eo Sla Months, " J iTfareeMonthi, " ' 5 SlaglsCapies.it .- :.," 5 5 Specimen copies mailed tree on application. Correspondent! wanted In all parti o( tno ountr. Address na lor particulars. THURSDAY, AUGUST 3. 1899. REPUBLICAN TICKET. u For Governor, W. S. TAYLOR, Of Butler County. uFor Lieutenant Governor, JOHN MARSHALL, Of Louisville. For Secretary of State, JCALEB POWERS, Of Knox County. For Attorney General, -.CLIFTON J. PRATT, AW Hopkins County. lor Auditor, Rev. JOHN S. SWEENEY, 7 " tji uourDon county. For Treasurer; WALTER, R. DAY, v Of. Breathitt .County. ;For. Superintendent of Public In struction, JOHN BURKE, Of Campbell County. For (Commissioner of Agriculture, : f ?... -.,,,.,r-.-,.. CAPT. J.W. IHKUURMUKIUIN, 1 f ui rayeti...

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

' J. ' if , K Cit P4 ", SV .- m v. at ijr1 KJPrlaT .ST., Fi. 3Bh& Mf Jbcjpec "By 3n6usfrB we-CJjctDe." "LOCAL JEWS.. Circuit Court convatm.atJJixon Monday. There yritl be,no Mr ty&fitcc' ton this year. Mrs. Dan ,U,tftd yifi.in Madisonvillo Monday. Miss Wiser; f'I-uiillc,.is;the guest o,'Mrs.rFjrd,Ur. Miss Kztls&rfrtMiUeVfMc, visited relatives freresfoai,s)ekv Mrs. C. H. McGary and daught ers are visiting friends in St. Louis. Hon. Jo C. S. Blackburn will speak at Madisonvillo in the near future. 4 Misses Anna and Rose Sharp, of Nashville, visited Mrs. Arthur Cole last week. Misses Jennie McGary and Claude Grainger were in Madison villo Monday. Attorney E. D, Madisonville, was visitor Sunday. Morrow, oi an Earlington Mrs. George C. Atkinson, who has been visiting in Kansas City, has returned home. Miss Mary Rash, of Cadiz, vis ited the family of Mr. J. R. Rash a few days this week. Mrs. W. S. Bramwell,of Nash ville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. -Tarnsworth at this place. ...

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

" "vJq&vj ' CTOSF V A ! -T h if Itr fc I NO NEW WAY. 01 Unleadlnjr a Cargo of Bricks, and Hand Method Remains. From Brook1n Times Four men were engaged unload ing bricks from a schooner in Newton .Creek a few days ago. ThetbrickTwero laid side by side in'Towscross the vessel's deck. One 'roan jpicktd them up from Hift nile. seven at a time, and -.. tosscaithem to a man dithem to a man standing on topcf. Ihe load He (tossed thp bricks to two in turn men on the'dock and they piled them up. It .was interesting to watch the brick handlers. When the man at S?brk .on the vessel's deck was ncar.the side to ward the dock he would throw out the bricks, seven at a time faster tban the two men on the dock could take them from thVfhtddle man on the pile, and place them on the dock. As the roan on dock worked his way to ward the center of the schooner Trie two men on the dock got away with .the bricks a little faster. When the deck hand was in the enter'of the boat, he tossed out the bricks,...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 August 1899

& u.f M' EARUINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1899. TENTH YEAR. NO. 82 1 !( 00 t)l i jBfTOaw' ' m v- i m ,-' V i V t n- J iv 52, '?. -V Mi I Kid-Glove and Coal-Oil Men. From Ihn Yonili'i Companion. Mr Frank Thomson, tho presi ddni of the Pennsylvania Railroad, who died a few weeks ago, was known as one of the foremost of living railway managers. There was no part of the business with which hf was not familiar, from the control of Us great moneyed interests to the fitting of a screw into an engine. A wealthy man once brought his soon to him saying "My son has gone through college. Can you make a place for him where he will eucccd?1' Mr. Thomson was silent for a moment, and then said, "That de pends on whether he .wants to take a kid-glove courso or a coil-oil course." "What do you mean?" "If he takes a kid-glove course, he goes in as a clerk, to perform a certain amount daily of writing, for which he will, be paid a salary. In the other course he goes into t...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 August 1899

,s ft-uivwooy pr; Mee1,'T!I,5BWj?HTwJ1'il1Wffii'PTf'fPrt'frayyWi itfi ' i'-i '.V i TiinhrasaMfi sWan 1nmr r ' i t i i ,''riViiyjii'aW 1" ImW-'miiii n i it "?MftifiTiK'lffii niiir i .. , , .hjiu'igfiE24UHgeJ aaaaaayMMaaMartMasaaaaBaawwasaiaaaaaaaBaaasaaBaasaaMaiajtaMaM . - ' '.".. ..'. '. '" ,. '"aiMM i J. P ,0 Ms. C B. P u : o J O If i-h ? Ill's i r L PAUL I M00RB. Cellar ud Maoanr. -I EB lIJBLISHiTia COMPANY. iDCorporilsd. Knttrtd) it PcttoBct l Sttllaiion ti Stcood lass matt) IS 1BSCK1PTKN KATES: OnsYeMl'alMlTlnadfiirta Iioo siiAcMi i, -" Threasiavlis, " " .... M Simla C -el.... . ... ................ Sptassa i capiat maller'traa on application. CorrnfidMii wanial la All pint of lb! oiratv i &tti oi (or pittlcatan. JHI.RSDAY, AlUST io. 1899. fj IPUBLICAtt TICKET. i For Governor, W.yS. JAYLOR, Of Butlo' County, ir Lieutenant Governor, OHN MARSHALL, Of Lowavillc. for Sccreuxy of State, CALEB POWERS, Of Knoi County. nJ For Attora'y General, LIFTON 7. PRATT, Of Hopkils County. ! r...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 August 1899

'& SSjiWtijskij 0&k"X25fi vy TV. ?ff r " i" fr y!&jH!i j ijt - 1 3. Id I : vy W ' , a-V i $ ik- Vr vr m gm- Ah) " Hu 3nbu5tru roe 4L!?rttJe." LOCALJEW.S. Mayor Burr was a Madispnvil)e visitor Saturday. 'f?' The excursion train lwdaJwge crowd last-Sunday, , Mr Wnr,McCaly visited the county scat Moajliy. " Miss Lnnie , Cozjnt is visiting relatives in 'Nashville, Miss Claude Grainger vasjn Madisonville .MondayT ii i ' i Miss Maty Kgloff is visiting in Madisonvitlc this week. Dr. and Mrs. P. B. Davis went to Madisonvillc Monday. Mrs. John Victory and daughter wcru in Madisonvillc Monday. W. O. Toy, the barber, has been on the side list this week. Mrs. John Mahoncy,of Gulfport, Miss., is visiting relatives here. Wanted, at once. Tour good carpenters M. MiCokd. Miss Janii Victory and Mrs. Gilfoy were in Madisonvillc last week. Miss Anna Cowcll leaves today or Illinois, where she will visit relatives. Miss Lil.i lianley, of Henderson, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Vanascn. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 August 1899

ggijftwgggSjfeL ni J"i3M - r Tr ' rT. S. ,1 l ' B It Ifr Humanity Will be Human. FroaTtho PhiltdelphiaTolegrapb. if seems to beone of the neces saryje, atallcveBts, constant, factors of modern civilized prog" ress that experiments should from time to time be undertaken in the direction of industrial and social co-operation and that these experi m&nts,sliould inevitably be doomed tOAfailureJ?' 'Just what purpose tfiesc essays serve in the evolution of the existing order of society it is difficult! to determine, but it is fairly presumable they must be of some use directly or indirectly, as they continue to be abandoned almost with the regularity of the tides or the procession of the equi noxes." The latest of these enter prises to reach thepredestinedend of collapse and abandonment is the Ruskin Co-operative Colony, established some six years since, in Yellow Creek Valley, about fifty miles northwest of Nashville, Tcnn. This colony was organized on the plan devised by John Ruskin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 August 1899

i.--Mf--"'r'-'v- iteLM&m& M'-. .' -r , .. f- r 'X i,t ' ?tT! ft:.'.--. fi V..- "7 V ';: "s ' ; SJ.V..-P" -- TSrf!KW5?r.v.- ;-ns-y Er: "TWRfrJ --m a.. I W.M..M lUMlBf l ' S .i " s- ' v P O "?" ' TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1899. y 'lh NO. 83 Fir- SV sri it- v 4 f ! : T- . - j ?- ' t' ft vsv ssi "LOOK A-11ERE!" 5alJ tins Ulg Kentucktan From lite Mountains. T.ien lie Proved to the Stranger Tlint Clay dainty Is Not So Uad hs Some Persons y lielleve. From lbs Courier-Journal. The gentleman was from Som erset, Ky. The night was warm and he was dallying with a julep in the wet goods department of the Gait House. He was sipping it slowly and was evidently on good terms with himself and the world in general, 'lie haduken his last quaff and W3S drawing the moist ure from the ends of his mustache with his handkerchief when a stranger entered and took a scat at the table opposite him. Both sat a few minutes in silence. 'From Ka'inlucky?" finall...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 August 1899

' x&&fapKi u Fix ft- ; v? r-i ;Pv a. ' t fc. S R I 't " I i" i- ! v, Li V I 'I f i J r r $ I 3' 1 .1 l8ee PAUL, M. MOORB, Editor and Manager. BEE FUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated Entered tbe PettoBce at Barlluftoa ti Second last matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Una Year, strictly la advance) It oo Sis Montns.r " " 5 ThreeMontht. " " J Slnils Copies.... ... i Specimen copies milled tree on application. Corretpondenti wanted In alt parti 01 lb OOOlT Aoarcisuaior p.mcui.i.. IT Ft THURSDAY, AUGUST 17. 1899. 1r6FUBUCAN TICKET. F"fB Fr GOVerDOr M W. S. TAYLOR, Jji Of Butler County. J, For Lieutenant Governor, jjj JOHN MARSHALL, Of Louisville. For Secretary of State, ' CALEB POWERS, - Of Knox County. 'For Attorney General, CLIFTON J. PRATT, Of Hopkins County. jg r For Auditor, v.10HN S. SWEENEY. 7t&: ':. -uifrioutDon v-ouniy. For Treasurer, WALTER R. DAY, Of Breathitt County. E)r Superintendent of Public In- struction, fj JOHN BURKE, if Of Campbell County. ljlr Commissioner of Agric...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 August 1899

fc-TK.-JM w .. is . A I 3 " "ft.. w.jau4.uw,iii .rf.oswJE J .,, " a ttjCA-r' rt WP J . r ) 3 , it K - a "J3u 3ttousfrij e CajrlW LOCAL HEWS. Mr. Tlios. . Finley was in Earl, ington Tuesday, Mrs. Nat Wetzel, o St Louis, is visiting in.the city. ; Miss Nell Sullivan, is visiting friends in 'Henderson. Miss Myrtic Davis is, visijjng relatives in Evansville. Mr. and Mrs, Ernest. K.ash, were in Madisonville -Tuesday. Miss Sallic McGrath visited friends in Manitou, Sunday. Mr. C. J. Martin spent Sunday with relatives at Sebre Springs. Miss Kate Chapman, of Green ville, is visiting Mr?. Kato With ers. Miss Lora Hall, of Madisonville, visited her aunt, Mrs. Ernest Rash, last week. Miss Mavmc Cagett, of Central, Ctty; is visiting her sister, Mrs. Win. Hancock. Misses Ella and Hattie Hartee, of Hopkinsvillc, visited Miss Kate O'Brien last week. Ernest Littlepage was in Earl ington last week, and also took in the Great Fair at Madisonville. Mrs George King and sons, of St. Charles, visited rel...

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