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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 August 1899

ais&SMimmm m$m&m. t:.&.i, ., frv. . lu) .'JW wyNv. " fcii-,&!3,...Ji&?i j .jac1 .u . -l,i.1.Jr' , , . .. ' . 1 UCJCLAj rT - ' '.,' A ' r? I' , So far 'as can be ascertained at thistagefjtroi) 'development the yieW'of winter apples in the United States and Canada will prove fair buttnat especially large. While a goodlmanv sections which showed ajotalbfailure last year will have some'. 1 apples, the commercial orchard belt, as a whole, will turn iC-nVno thing like the bumper crop qflftgS. Investigations just made by .tho American Agriculturist also bringiodt the interesting fact that tr!Slcropv'il be 'airly well distri buted, no section being entirely without merchantable fruit and no Stated showing a full yield. The deficiencies are most marked in NeNsrYork and New England. In Canada the outlook is good. . eyj v 'Keylscd.Proverbs. From Ibe Chicago Times-Herald. Aithmg of beauiy is a joy for ever, fi some other fellow happens to possess it. You can' lead a horse to...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 August 1899

K' 'M ';.o-' 'I . I j id I'm rf . - , n psr . TENTH YEAR. EARL.INGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1890. a' jx 3 HO. 34 'A" e- .. u - . '? , ( l';' r- I. r?i lV. . 0PENINGJ5UNS Qreat Ovation divert Taylor and Oilier Candidates at London. GREETED KENTUCKY'S NEXT G0VERN6R. Oencrnl Taylor's Speech Devoted to State Issues Entirely. JUDGE PRATT MADE OPENING SPEECH, London.tKy., Aug. 2a,-H great numbers injattcndanceand a per fectly sympathetic and orderly audience count for anything, the Republican State campaign was opened under most auspicious cir cumstances here today. By 10 o'clock this morning there was such an assemblage at the grounds that it was incumbent upon the management to provide some reward for the enthusiasm displayed. This was before any of the excursions had arrived and the audience was composed en tirely of persons who had come on horseback, in springlcss wagons or who had walked the dusty roads to lend their presence. The long fence back of the fair...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 August 1899

iiir-VVrr--"1 - - -1-- - -'i .axMl ,, ;,, : jjfrgjgg mrrn wPHHBHKflenBBBBBBBBrBB fl taf ft IS (EbeBlBgg PAUL M. MOORE, Editor and Manager. BEE FUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated. EnleredtbePctofflce at Ktrllojton ! Stcond ln matter.. Jr i SUBSCRIPTION RATE3: Hp ootYesr.itrlctlriDadvanc ttoo WjM TnrwMontns, " " 1 IT',4 Slncls Copies.... .. :. ' r if Specimen septet mailed ires on application. I & CarTtipondasts wanted In all parti ot tb I y ooatr. Addms us lor particulars. I i ItHURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1899. f! 1 REPUBLICAN TICKET. 1 - f For Governor, pi' ' W. S. TAYLOR, if Of Butler County. r . J For Lieutenant Governor, I I ' JOHN MARSHALL, I - Of Louisville. j$ For Secretary of State, L ' , CALEB POWERS, J Of Knox County. y For Attorney General, hi m CLIFTON J. PRATT, k flg 6f Hopkins County. IS m For Auditor, I J gREV. JOHN S. SWEENEY, I I B Of Bourbon County. LL Foi Treasurer, L I WALTER R. DAY, f b I .OftBrtathitt County. II For Superintendent of Public In- t I struction, if JOHN...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 August 1899

tkje.'- !&,' ..fl . . ' i -." ..t.' iiiStit' ,j'.? .,i'-.V.,v .- .--w-.v.i u y'-r1v, VrV. n - 'V is- $ ' .?'" K: ri . ;; OAee "J3n 3nbusfry. toe tLtrlr." LOCAL NEWS. Jno. T. Barnettwent to Scbree Saturday tor a few day's rest. The Princeton (air will be held Sept. 30, continuing four days. Miss Edith Waller, of Hopkins ville, visited the laroily of Dr. . A. Chatten, this week. Mrs. Paulino Joncs,stil has her arm in a sling and otherwise, feels the effect of her recent.fall. Miss Bettic Victory will return to St. Vincent's Academy within a fep-d 4 tt. ays to resume her studies. iss kmma wuson leit last Friday for Webster County, where she will visit relatives and friends. Mr. O. S. Bonham, who has been visiting his parents at Con cord, night. Tenn., returned Friday Mrs. William Wcndel, who was quite ill recently has greatly re covered and the solicitude of her many friends is changed to joy. She is at home again. Ilayrides and rowing parties grow with the fullness of the big roun...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 August 1899

jafc8&kisSMKfcfeL rt. i TJSne.iS'i - AW r" !F I fr :J. f I e ? i Kf It $ ,.. AT0N TO AVOID CONSUMPTION. . . T . tt...mttmnim4mWtltHMIIItltmH1 . -. yVhe NewYork Medical Record aVolding tuberculosis. A generous dietary of nitrogenous food. v Free-ventilation of dwelling niiVgnUi'U iftaHua Adequate house heating in dowstwitl ijte 4J 7 iOU all mllK or CICUIU jucviuua iu 1131115. I "dbtain eight hours' sleep, if not sound sleep, contract hours ttfsevenanclfrest during the day. jflffibIf debilitated with weak digestion, rest in a recumbent position slSftTy'before and after meals. tjp y.-iWear loose clothing, especially around the waist and lower ribsfto afford freedom in respiration. 8! Take systematic daily exercise in the open air on foot. .l9iiIf means and station in life admit of a long holiday, from tlmetc?time1 live during fine weather in a tent in the open air, or in a summer'Jiouse.formost of the day, and.if unemployed, pursue a hobby to occupy ihc mind. mi -' . CANDIDATE COEB...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 31 August 1899

,-f. iJ L 1 . i 0 Mt - 4 "? J ' ti ff, TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON. HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1899. -Z-7 XTJ-Q' -38 . ;&ar. &. v ."Nik, & fr &3F r- f1' R? fi : Hi , w K"i n V AYLOR'S ALARM Warning Keynote Sounded to Republicans of Kentucky. OUR VERY LIBfiRTY IN DANGER Designing Democrats Would l!oL the People of I lie Hal lot. INFAMY OFCOEBEL'S LAW Searchlight Thrown Upon lbs Bill by Our Gallant Standard-Bearer. REPUBLICANS AlUST RISE AND STRIKE State Klnnnrei, the Notorloui China gchoolbook una McChord lllltt, the Odious Klrctlon Unw ami Other htiito Mcuiuret of Mighty Moment Ably Discussed mill Clearly Defined at till' Kornml ami Auspicious Open. Ins at Ijonrion of the Kentucky Ito pulillruti Campaign. Attorney General W. S Taylor, the Republican nominee for governor of Kentucky. In tils opening speech at I,ondon, treated clearly anil with force and dignity all the questions which aro before the people for their decision In this campaign. To treat 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. — 31 August 1899

rAflL itJ'Hr.Jt . e i m BWlWBH.f!,fS.v .1 .f j(ftj n ., i ' Mi.1, Aj, altiw "f? .. " fc? ,' WSSP t - (I. u 11 t 4 ' l u p. M II- P i 41 ft I'? I 'J i i'f : PAUL M. MOORE, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated. "ieraiBtPeitofflct t Earlington at Sacond Un tnattsr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: liaVvir'.trttllnadvanea.... I 00 sit Months. " " 5 IThreeMonths, " " J smgltcopies ,',, fcSpsdmen copies mailed (ret on application. Correipoadrots warned In ell parte ot the fauntT.f Addreta ui I or particular!. js &, . .i V ' r I THURSDAY, AUGUST 3. 1899. I REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, W. S. TAYLOR, I jdiiButfer'County. For Lieutenant Governor, f JOHN. MARSHALL, 0f Louisville. 1 For Secretary of State, CALEB POWERS, Of Knox County. For Attorney Genera), CLIFTON J. PRATT, Of Hopkins County. For Auditor. JRev. JOHN S. SWEENEY, ' Of Bourbon County. J ' For Treasurer, & WALTER R. DAY, Of Breathitt County. For Superintendent of Public In struction, JOHN BURKE, OfCampbell Count...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 31 August 1899

'J S - iV,''' tea&flaafcSJis.j , - . J $ i ntf). .JWfa Mr m tXM "' i-JSP U- w y- JsMml 4HHb mi "BliOnbuslrHtue fUjript." LOCAL MEWS. Miss Jante in Evansville. Vjctory is visiting Miss Acidic Oldham is visiting itlalivcs in town. Miss Lucy Crenshaw is visiting relatives in Hopkinsville. Mr. G. Browning! of Mortons Gap, was in town Saturday. Mrs. W. E. AshbyJ spent the past week at Dawson Springs. Willie Mills, of Madisonville, was in the -city a short whilo -Friday. Jerrolii A. Jonson is spending the wtck at his home in Green ville. Mr. W. S. liarnett and family, of Manitou, visited here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Frank Gianinni and daught ers, of Providence, visited relatives here last week. Mr. L. V. Koontz and Mrs. A. j. Stokes were in Mortons Gap Saturday afternoon. Miss Marv McGrath returned laiTj week from a visit of several weeks 10 relatives at Nashville. Mr. H. C. Bourland and mother returned Tuesday morning from a brief visit to the lamiiy of Mr. W. E. Hourland at Dixon....

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 31 August 1899

,kt & V r It If f Almost liibtant Death. 'T.rnsf Wp.rinesrlav mornine while a'boynamed Whitaker.agcil twelve JfeTrs, was riding in an empty bank car, at the Oakhill mine near Nor ttohville, the car jumped the track and the lad was thrown on the track and run over by cars, and 10 (atallyinjurcd that he died in a short time.' Dr. Davis, of Mortons fpapwJsjit once summoned, but fthe youTli died before he could reach him. , Friend to Railroad Men. t ''in his sermon Sunday night Eldcri. 11. Tecl, of the Earling ton Christian Church, spoke most kindly of the railroad man. He fsauVvMVJiearf goes out to him in sympatljy as to no other class of menT'J? Mrt .Ted knows the life of a railroad man lij the practical ex perience of sonic jears on the 'road'as brake-man and conductor and understands how difficult it is foYtheselo attend church services. .! Ttffqrnpe vine Notes. Mr Robt IJenryund family, who have 'been'VesidlnR in Madnonrille (or aboul itwo'vean. have rnnrned id their farm near ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 7 September 1899

w? "i . & RBKVV'.IMWRWraHB?5? w, T i -M .TBMB',f't 7 T ; - .r. ' . SvfrSSS . ' f T "V ' t ' " ' r V.' ,r I),"' hJ8A)i i vAk I t -)i 'v, , T. .: 41 j-: ?? .i. - TJENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1899. q 5-6 IO.88 OVPVT'S' rv ps U-T. Ki If - ilf . 1 ( i -s ..r it f.C, LAWS NOT THE SAME Ohio and Kentucky Election Bills Aptly Compared. flOCnCiS CONTENTION PUNCTURED. I?alrm of the Ohio Low Stands Out In Marked Contrast With tbo In fa iikiiu Mrusuro Muddled Upon This State Salient Kcuture of tho Two documents. Senator Gocbcl and some of bis apologists are said to occasionally de fend tho Ooebel force bill by asserting that It Is substantially the same as the Ohio election law. If this were true It would nottjustlfy-the Infamous mea sure fastened upon the people of Ken tucky, but nothing could be farther from the truth than this plea In miti gation. In order that the people ot Kentucky may understand how false is tbls claim, and how wicked a thin...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 7 September 1899

infltMrfT c, ' it-i'Mtf iiyti- WP"?1 V rf n? 5 -ss "V" V'S4 " ' , k 1, It j tfo .. i. r u e I t 't H I IV. f T i p ' CHe PAUL M. M00RG, Editor and Maoarar. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Incorporated Emend lbs Pcitoffica it Barllaitoo it Second I ate matter.' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pa Year, ttrlctlr lo advance SIi MmatWa,T. Three Montht, " -.ltoo JO i j Slngta copies, Kmrlmn rnnlM milled frea en enrjl4aatlon. Correapoodenta wanted In all parti' of tb onotT. Addrenoaforpartlcalara. TkURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. I&99- REPtJBLlCAN TiCK". For GoverribTr, W. S. TAYLOR, Of Butler County. For Lieutenant Govear, JOHN MARSHALL f0t Louisville. v For Secretary of State, fcALEB POWERS; -0f Knox County. For Attorney General, CLIFTON J. PRATT, Of Hopkins County. For Auditor, V M Rev. JOHN S. SWEENEY, Of Bourbon County. For Treasurer, WALTER R. DAY, '.Of Breathitt County. For; Superintendent of Public' In struction, JOHN BURKE, Of Campbell County. For, Commissioner of Agriculture, eft. J. W. THROCKMORTON, 'Of'...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 7 September 1899

fVK f 5 r- mv ri w-n K KW.m W i v j - ?.l I ' !; te" kX EkH &e "23n 3iibusfru ine (tfjtlpe." LOCAL MEWS. Mrs. Earnest Rash vmtadiu Madlsonville this week. Miss Lclia Wilson, ef Madiwifl' ville, visited friencUhw tW week.' Miss Katie Robinn returaed Sunday from a visit to relatives near Hanson. Photographs 25 ot prjdozen at the tent on West Mua St. two weeks only. Fred Hosey, Jr., returaed Sun day from a visit to his grandparents in Nashville. " Mrs. Kate Withers and son, Fjrank, visited relatives in Grgen ville a few days last week. T. E. Finlcy, of tho (bounty Re publican campaign committee, was in Earlington Tuesday. Mrs. E. L. Stokes and children and Miss Wcrdna Stokes arc visit ing relatives in McMtnvillc, Tenn. Mrs. Richard Farnsworth and children returned Saturday to Hen derson,aftcr a visit to relatives here. J. W. Day's two new cottages on West Main street aro nearing completion. They are a great addition to that quarter and will make attractive homes. Rev. R. M. Wheat c...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 7 September 1899

V," V-sJ DOWNIN THE MINES. Secretaty "Atkinson has been a sufferer tbe psst'weck from an attack ol rheuma tlsm. Although August was a hot month it did not'seera to cut down tbe coal produc tionTbl the Sf. Bernard Coal Co , as their records show that the production for that month was over 1,300,000 bushels. Setae of tbe' testimony given before tbe Railroad Commissioners, when they wero conwdering'the long and short haul clause, was of great interest to them Mine opera tors' from all over the Stale wero before them and gave such facts and figures on ihn situation that the Commissioners were not. long in' Teaching a decision favorable uui, S Coa txlne operator ana miner TS eoal-nroduction of the St Bernard Coal Co. is over 600.000 tons yearly which with additional mines opened and bought this year, will be greatly Increasedj., Howard White camo near mtftiing wilh a serious accident one day last week, He was at'wotk' at tbe coke works and getting too close to a largo fly wheel he was ca...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 14 September 1899

ArtMaferfBlAMttrf toSLMkJj?,.' VSLkt.i... i&.M&-i4taiummimi kllL. ,, '; f q-v, tWMBRI p TO - !- pete -ij r-"' a.i 7 ' l3J8A)i .t ir v -lAm: 3 1 lot I--J ( r TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1899. 1$ NO. 37 Sir JH JjH lMgP vViKKb I HSfcI5S(iBErW"5'WK 355Ca H'.ilHBslHvMfiiQESHQ' aLaW aflsafe It;' .! W '-"i Lu R H V IK ' ' l ' If ' f i l"VJ cjE If.'. 'It - KING OF KENTON Will. Be Repudiated by Loyal a Employes or L.& N. THEY DETEST GOEBELISM. Jr Great Amonnt of Money Distributed ;' by Tli is "Corporation. A. BAND OF BAILEOAD WHE0KEB3. Nominee of tlie IxmUrllle Convention ad florae of Itli Supporters Arc Accused of 'Sotklnt to -. Destroy Croat Kli- ' raid BjHtm. I Demagogues, charged with fraud, with vlolenco and with treachery; Ooebel repudiated by a majority of hli own party associates; Blackburn, who has turned hie back on his old Mend that ha might servo Ooebel rnor,e ab jectly; the Courier-Journal, a confirm ed mendicant, who has...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 14 September 1899

y ,&. jfc2k.VH MkUtmsmmm, tiA. -.,. KbTaWnTCT tf HMil u ..2L. I l, , 1 ' t r l i kV fr , v 7 cfcJgj 23ee PAUL. M. MOORB, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. incorporated. Entered tbe PcttotBce at Eatliui loo Second I ait matterr- SUBSCRIPTION RATES- Una Year, strictly In advance Six Months, " " IhreeMonths, " " Ii oo jo . ,. ... J Slneiauopies, Specimen copies mailed free on application. . Correspondents wanted In all parti ol me ountvft Addreii ui for pattlcnlars. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1899. f j REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, W. S. TAYLOR, .OfBlltler County. Vor-Lioutonnnt-Govornor, JOHN MAlttUiAiilV f Of Iioulsvlllo. For Secretary of, State, .CALEB POWERS, Of Knox County. For Attorney-Genoral, CLIFTON J PRATT, Of Hopkins County. SRkv. JOHN S. SWEENEY, k ' Of Bourbon County. Wa For Treasurer, ff WALTER R. DAY', f Of Breathitt Oonjuty. For Superintendent of Public In Y"1 struct Ion, k 5 JOHN BURKE. Of Campbell County. Commissioner of Agriculture, p.,3 Capt: J. W. THR...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 14 September 1899

J: ''. liJ5 ajjfagjjfe sii -V JFi?--.-' I nrnrniiiiyi i i'jpw57'5 j. ;J'? vVjPfi Ti - ; ' t ' ' i,l rjjly " - .1 r &,h 2wafrS&S2i., - i-r fc,v & r Ir V .ft Lc v hkt sar-- ;V rv ' .un, ;JBK&i " I'l ar H - 4et - '9' A "23u 3nbustrjj te tlljrtoe." LOCAL MS. ,EUI.I. II. Tcel has reslrnd tho nastorato of the Christian- (Jhureli nt Nebo. He will give Up the church at the close of the yer. Mr. .Bradley AVllnfoit'R yeuHfj so ciety man of MfuUfrinHiie,-lHMi-entered the Boutlierri'8ehwl of Oste opathy, nt FrankllnJ'Ky'. Mr. anil Mrs. H. JV4Cully have moved Into the McCarley; house dn Upper Main streets Mr. And Mrs. Hermlou will also occupy 'part of tho hoiisu. City Marshal Coylo'hM-'donhbd tho bluo coat 'with brass tuitions and Is now a typical "cop." Rlloy lsa popular man and Is making n Ann oflicer. Mr, Win. Hancock and wife havo moved from the Victory property on Main Street, and aro hoarding with the family of Mr. Fisher on Sebroe Avenue. Mr. Sum McKliiHtry, a prominent ci...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 14 September 1899

i . 7'!JySE?i . ' sfvr'OTPMp i v . .y ' r : i. - V'i grmwta.v., ..w wjvit , ., , .iiJeimrf J ,. fe- J nr LEXINGTON HERALD t.' Points Oat Inaccuracies In Soma Stale inente of Mr. Gobl. iA candldato for governor delivering a 'carefully prepared speech has no ex cuse for muUlng Inaccurate statements. Since the repeatedly and practically undented statements of Captain Stone it la peculiarly Incumbent upon Mr. Oocbel to be strictly accurate. Yet he seems to be quite careless In his state ments. We do not know how many have been deceived, how many cor rected; but as mero samples to Illus trate this carelessness we select these: He declared that although Oovernor Dradley had vetoed the election bill he had since said It was an Improvement on the old law. Oovernor Uradley promptly denied that he had ever made nny such statement Has Mr. Goebel ever retracted that statement nnd given to his audiences the denial oflGovcrhor Bradley? To Justify his charge that the Lex ington convention was the ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 21 September 1899

a-t AAtiL.-.. natm:. :. "?" ' i' - -r7" 'w r. "7i t-er '! " . ' c2 v. " I f ft a El V .' J-ff. M "1 J J r WfS TENTH YEAR EARL1NGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1899. f NO. 38 cv- ?? -n i iv I 'Jr -. t , c ' HOW REV HILL STASDS Declares That He is Against Ooc- bel, and nays his Sermon was Printed in the Post Verbatim. Editor Evhnino Post: Madlsouvillo, Ky., Sept. 18, 1809. In vlow of tho faot that I have been misunderstood and largely misroprc acntod by 'somo papors in the State concerning my recent- sermon on "Our Duty to tho State," and my attitudo toward Mr. Goobol in his race for Governor, I fool It my duty to mako 'a full and final alntomont to tho publio, giving my latest con victions concerning tho cntiro mat ter. ,, At I; tho time y tho sermon was prenehod I had no though of Its go ing into print, but dollverod it for the benefit of my homo congrega tion. A friend thought it worthy of being given to tho publio and asked ,ine for the manuscript, stating ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 21 September 1899

r ?i a boJyco PAUL M. MOORB, Editor and Minif-cr. BEE PUBLISHINS COMPANY. Incorporefed Entered ihe Fcitoffict at BerlluftBO it Second Uti matter. ' fSbUSCKlPTION RATES- One Yeer.tlrlcilr In adrince ail Monlhi, " IhreeMonthi. " " .11 oo .. JO .. J "jingle Copies. 5 Tborretpondenti wanted In all peril ol Ibe flCuittman nnUt inftllltil Iron DB anDliCttlOD. ounif. Addtex u lor partlcnlara. -' THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1899. 7y gG& ip 1T"ryv?sraSS. - 'c3P' H' air REPUBLICAN TICKET? t For Governor, W. S. TAYLOR, Of Butlor County. For Lloutonnnt-Qovomor, JOHN MARSHALL, -, V Of Louisville. OALEB POWERS, ' Of Knox County. For Attornoy-Qenoral, CLIFTON J. PRATT, ui iiopKius uouniy. For Auditor, Itnv. JOHN S. SWEENEY, - Of IJourboh County. M Fdr Treasurer,' T WALTER R. DAT. Of, Breathitt Gounty. For Superintendent Of Public In- Biruciiou 4$ JOHN BURKE, Of Campbell County. For Commissioner of 'Agriculture, Gait. J. W. THROCKMORTON, r Ui ayetw, county., - "For RenrCsontntlvn; BEN T. ROBINSON. ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 21 September 1899

'( IMHMaM Vf) It v ! V .1 ,i y- : "SU 3nbustrg weJt.jr.pe." LOCAL Tltlle Adams has'about recovered froiif her recent lijueu. 1 fV Mrs, OttlTapp,rfw Kebo, died last week of coHHtuiifcin. The tetmeeo lYii(Nrty all been eut and housed. FaiHwrs -say the eroplsilne. -Hill "' Roseoe M. Whsfti tflll preach his last sermon for th'ls" year at Kebo next Sunday. ' ' ' Mrs. J. G. Witherspoen of Rose Creek, this county, died of consump tion, last Sunday. X.nHt Sunday was quite a busy day among the churches. There woro services at fourchurches botli morn ing and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Klttinger, of the country, attondod servloes at tho Southern Methodist church here last Sunday. Dan Yates Is slowly Improving, Dan has bcon very low and his frleuds are delighted to see him on the road to reeovery. There Is a Dew Itopubllcan In town. Ills name Is Win. Taylor Griffin. Dock says he Is a Kepubll can Of tho deepest dye. Iter. J. II. Collins, of IJardwoll, Ky., was hero a short while Tuesday. He has...

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