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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 5 April 1900

i I 4 c I THE BEE EARLINGTON KY r a f THE SUNDAY SCHOOL h t LESSON II SECOND QUARTER INTER r NATIONAL SERIES APRIL 8 Text of the Lennon Math vII 114 Memory Yemen 7 S 13 14 Oolilei i n Text Math vll 12 Commentary Prepared by the Kev D 91 Stcarna 1 I Copyright 1000 by D M Steams J t 1 2 Judge not that yo be not judg ed Our lesson is entitled Precepts and Promises but it is part of tho ser mon on the mount the laws of the king 0door and if we are joint heirs with Christ k of this kingdom the features of the king 1 dom should be more fully seen in our i daily life After saying that righteous ness which docs not exceed that of the scribes and Pharisees is worth nothing nothingawl 3 taught them thnt the Ten Commandment meant not merely the letter but the spirit spiritf praying and fasting that has any regard f to what men think of it is of no use All must be in the sight of God and unto Him alone who is our Father In heaven who careth for lilies and sparrows and will not allow any child o...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 April 1900

7 iR Y dX 7 n7 l a z 4 C q a dt t f Y y t 0 Q j r a n k p tW ift tor r + w 1 d r lr F J 4iJ Y f 1 kFnllbia 9 i ri r n r > ft j1rtW f i l 4 > I V ftc f t ft dt < iti l d I HR t fItc ELEVETTfl YEAR ARLINGT HOPKINS COUNTY IiENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 121900 O14 cn GOVERNOR tIFfS THEM HARD Denounces the Many Falsehoods Sent Out ° by Certain Newspapers Tells of the Purpose of these False hoodsi r v Gov Taylor has given 6ut the following statement For weeks I have been made tho target of villification by cer tnin unprincipled newspapers in Kentucky Tho vilest insinua tions have been jnado and the most outrageous falsehoods have been told When I was called to attend the funeral ofa be loved brother it was seized upon ItS an attempt upon my part to l J11y from justice Again when called to my homo by reason of 4 the death of a dear sister the l fountains of abuse were opened and a flood of falsehood and slan der poured forth upon me the charge agnin being made that h was attempting to 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. — 12 April 1900

FI I i 1 y I r a 1 a ° ai THE BED EABLINGTOW KY LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS J Operator Guy of Alabama is now thin night copying clerk in the dish patchers office here I I The young man SiMon who was i run over by cars atSobree last week ° died soon after the amputation of his iogfrdnly one leg being injured in stead of both cut off as reported last week He hoarded a train at Hen d krson to rldo to Sobree but when p tho train reached that point it was running so fast that he was afraid to j jump off and so rodo to Slaughters z where ho boarded the first north hound train When Sobreo was y reached it was also going at a rapid rate but off ho jumped rolling over alid over on the outside of tho track until ono log wns caught by the wheels with abovo result Quito naturally the train men hope that no serious trouble may arise that will cause the production k Of coal to stop In Hopkins county of such action would meanto them also a big loss for the life of the trade on I y this division Is the coal ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 April 1900

rTw rr y yr r T 1 TTlL A It J THE BEE EAKJLMGTCJN KY t Objccfiow to UeCullon8IU < In allettor to the Mnnufactur 01 Keeord the traffic malinger 1 t of a largo Western jnanufabtur 1 djg concern sots forth several I oiijeotiojis to the ptlllpm bill for tlie onldrgomoht of the powers of the intdrstato commission as follow Having read with considera ble interest your editorials on the subject of the proposed amond Mont to the interstate commerce I law introduced by Senator Cal lonij I take the liberty of express ing my views oil the subject Having had considerable ex perience in railroadiiig and how looking after the shipping Inter ests of a large manufacturing firm in the West I fool that thd passage of the proposed amend ment would bo injurious to al manufacturers The principle objection from the manufacturers standpoint appears to be the section which authorizes the commissionto pro I I pare and publish within one year from the passage of this act a classification of freight articl...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 April 1900

I 7 r c wru r frr tp u r r II J THE BEE E ARLINGTON KY k it Jn I J ee PAULvM MOORE Editor and Publisher 1 I SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Year 100 Bik Months J Q QThreeMonths k Three Months 2b 2bj r Specimen coplos mailed free on ap plication Correspondents wanted In all parts 1of the county Address us for par ticulars 4 THURSDAY APRIL 12 1900 I y Dun readers should notice the strong statement of Gov Taylor I in another part of this issue It dis thoroughly characteristic of this great Kdntuckian PUBLIC sentiment is growing agains those worthless fellows who are too trifling to work and who tramp about over the comi ty trying to persuade other men 1 to quit their work and let their l families suffer 1 THE honest hardworking men 1 of Hopkins county ought to be under lasting obligations to SherI j iff Hankins and Fudge Hall for their determination to protect the county Any county ought to be + prosperous that has a set of of 111cers who are ready to do their duty regardles of ° results and 1W...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 April 1900

r rc r 7 T 7 p r i r w jr p 6 f THE BEE EARLINBTON KY r LOCAL HEWS r J Mrs Charles Gordon and Mtistor nywhoA A J hayb boon afflicted with measles this week I Born toMr and Mrs Hancock ft lino boy on last Saturday night r Mrs Hancock Is with hor slstor in Central City 4 son of Thomns Campbell of White Plains was run over itt that lilaco last Friday by an Illinois Cen tral train and killed Roy WV 0 Wilson who has boon very sick with measles for several days is Improving and will soon bo Ablo to be out again Mrs Cramor returned last Satur day afternoon from an extended visit to friends and relatives in Evansvillo anti Mt Vernon Ind RevRlIr Wheat will leave Mon day for South Carrollton whore ho goes to assist Rov J I C Brandon In A series of meetings Ed Phillips has boon on the sick list tho past week with an attack ot lever His many rlorids hope to see him out again oro many days Odlo Davis of White Plains has boon appointed county surveyor by Judge Hall to fill the vacancy caused by t...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 April 1900

fl al c i I A ra THE BEES EARLt IMBTQN KY i H MMfm G l DRADANT The Boers Resume Their Attack on Three Sides of Gen Brabants Position at Wepener BOERS BEING RAPIDLY REINFORCED 1 c MyaturlotiM Movement at Urlllpli I Troops HcliiR SIiiilo nt Illocinroii r tcliit But Corrn otidiiila tire Sot Allowed to Giro Any InkliiiK of Their DcHtlnntlon i t r London April 10 The Boer attack on Gen Brabants force at Wepener war resumed again at dawn The enc myK attack on two or three sides on Monday lasted until 230 in the after neon when the tiring ceased and it wax believed that the cjnemy had been beaten oft but it was announced this morning froth Alfwal worth that the fighting had again bogun liner DoIng Reinforced Gen Brabants force numbering from 2000 tov3000 hold positions in a rough country It is not known t what the numerical strength of the Boers is but whatever it may be itia F being rapidly augmented A body of 8000 Boers is marching towards Springfontein from Smithfield bc tween Vepener a...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 April 1900

i k I i 1 10 f I I k I THE BEBj > EARLINBTONi w KY hW w FIFTY SIXTH CONGRESS i R 1I I 1 In the Senate on the 4th the iwtalott opened with a lively and Interesting till 1 CUFtlon of the Quay cane In the course dt whlch Mr Wolcott apologized for Inn gUUJl need by him on the ° day previous IfdalmlnK any intention ot being often Mve to anybody and least Call to hit friend Mr Lodge It was agreed to take up the Quay case on tho 6th and the SlloolCr bill was mn11 the unftn shed bllll JnclsIr the HoUso many speeches were ninde oii the Hawaiian bill several of them entirely irrelevant The most exult lag episode of the day u proceedings waa n wordy war between Sir Pugh rep Yoond Mr Wheeler demKy dun ing a rtlscuBolon of the Kentucky situa lion Mr Pugh accused Mr Wheeler of nifurepretentlng facts tut afterwards die claimed any charge of personal Intention to OlstQrt facts In the senate on the 6th after the morning hour the unfinished business the Spooner Philippine bill was taken up Mr Lodg...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 April 1900

7 5 III I i f f I r II l t + J r 1 I r II t i t 1 i I NNlwpayYM6Ml i 1i r TTrWnx w11 I + Mwd rr w 0 < aJf HE yBE ErE ARL111 TEN KYn V b tw rf nXr W HFiM ig rrVfr fc t I THE SUNDAY S 1 HOOL iP > LESSON r in SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES APRIL IB j Texiof the Lsn on Mnrk v22S433 43Mciiiory VcrWcH 3O4S Golden Text Hark vf JO Comnienlary Ire i parcd by the Rev D M Slcarum Copyright 1900 by D SI Stearns t NYs arc given the choice of nn Easter lesson but ns the regular lesson happens to lie n resurrection lesson And brings I before US in the act of raising the dead Him who is the Itcsurrcction and the Life we will be content with it 22 Jnlrus when he saw Him fell at His feet According to the harmonics I this incident took place not In the order in which we have It here but niter near I + Iy every other lesson of this quarter As cwe have said before the order of events is not the main thing but to see Him and know lllm ns truly God and truly man f God manifest in the fleSh Isr...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 April 1900

a 0 1 > I fflff < A J o Jl p y 5 1 i 1 4Va 0 o t i II i y < i It < r NELEVENTH YEAR ARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 10 iQDO N416 1 + h i II THE PORTO RICAN BJIL or of s 0 s Now a Law and the Democrats Have t1 Lost Another Political t1 Opportunity of tJ UNITED STATES WOHKIXGMEX PROTECTED tl v as Rise Business Policy That Looks to they d Countrys future Good P x n Special Correspondence Washington DO April IS p Tho Porto Rican tariff bill is a to law despite every obstacle that sj free trade Democracy could throw d in its way Could they have com c1 pelled the enactment of a meas ure establishing immediate and b absolute free trade with Porto Rico they would have had oppor 1 i it tunity to assert that the l lccedn ent thus established must be p applied to the Philippines to p Hawaii and to any other non sJ contiguous territory which might y subsequently come into similar Sl relation with the United States S4 and that by the act df the Repub lican patty the ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 April 1900

5 r I i1j I r 4 A A rt j t I 1 < fA > iL IlLIt I ELEVENTH YEARSEARIINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 19 1900 1VOrY jt THE PORTO RICAN BJti sNoa Law and the Democrats Havc j Lost Another Political > Opportunity Vf iLJlU 1 1 UNITED STATES WOHKIXOMES PROTECTED Wire Business Policy That Looks to the Countrys future Good Special Correspondonco Washington D 0 April 18 The Porto Rican tariff bill is a i law despite every obstacle that free trade Democracy could throw in its way Could they have com pelled the enactment of a meas ure establishing immediate and absolute free trade with Porto Rico they would have had oppor 1 Jtunrty to assert that the preced e t thus established must be applied tp the Philippines to Hawaii and to any other non contiguous territory which might subsequently come into similar relation with ° the United States and that by the act Of the Repub lican patty the cheap laboV of the Orient and the tropics was thus to be brought into direct competiti...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 April 1900

J n t n J r u f < 4 t 1fi ti Itttr < JJItI H 10 1 r i > 3 I i A wyrdt far MiNMYn fMMWwWry + r + otW l t T HE BEEr E ARLI NCTQNs KY 1 ffl WKHXfcVW HjtMJpll < Mm rlhnaM1lAu > t V e n i THE SUNDAY SCHOOL j T r < LESSON III SECOND QUARTER INTER 0ATIONAL SERIES APRIL 15 1 Text oftlic Lesson Afark vSaJM 8i 43rMcntory Verse 3042 Golden j Text Mark v 3t Comnichtary Pre i 1S pared by thc Rev D 31 Sicarna Copyright 1900 by D M Stc rntJ Vffi are given the choice of an Easter lesson but ns the regular lesson happens to tie n resurrection lesson and brings t Before 111 In the act of raising the dead Him who is the Resurrection and tho Life we will be content with it 22 Jnlrus when he saw Him fell at HIsi feet According to the harmonics tills incident took place not in the order in which we have It here but after near ly every other lesson of this quarter As we have said before the order of events is not the main thing but to see Him and i know Him as truly God and truly man r G...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 April 1900

i T s > t T ftt d rll Y J t > y 1 THE BEE EARLWGTON KY j i i r LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS IE < I Yio 1 In the month of March orders for to 9882 railroad cars were placed and In contracts for 880 locomotives wen i cc let The number of locomotives or i to r dered vas more than twice the num tl her ordered in February nccordinj n t to the Railroad Gazette The enr 11 orders however instead of being 0 4largorthan in February fell abou tl 600 below tho record for that month h d Visitors to the American section pf the Paris Exposition will bo privl lojged to view tho most poworfn v h locomotive in the world Tho ent glue which now Is in the course of J d 1 construction at the Pittsburg loco t kmotive works will bo sent to thed T French capital in sections and soI looted Plttsburg mechanics will e place it in workingorder conditions before the eyes of the exposition vis 11 hors X The new scale of the locomotive 1 J engineers on thoBaltinioro and Ohio I ° Railroad as recently adjusted give 1 ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 April 1900

rJ F j r t IJ n l j rh i < k i d 1X > fr r IiI r w I r THE BBS EARLIWGTON KY < I < i 1 ti J v1 k OFFICIAL CALL t i < < tT f d t A Canl4 l4 Ilh v y enilom tj J m V I sfr yvln ptif suaiicp to a call of jthd district committee tho Kepubli cans of Hopkins County vail Hold precinct conventions at j their respectivo voting places on April 281000 at 2 p m for < thb purpose of electing a I low precinct committeeman and also to elect delegates to attend the county convention to bo held at the conrt house at lifadi eonvillo April 30 at 2 p m The county convention will so feete delegates to attend the i district convention to meet in Heiider son ICy Hay 7 and the state I convention to bo held in Loiiis yillo Ku May 17 Thp basis bf representation for the pro cinctconvontions will be one dpi ogate fur every fifty votes pret fraction over twentyfive cast nIii each precinct in 1899 Because of the change in r 1alI number of precincts in the county and various changes in proci n...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 April 1900

U THE RE ARLlNGTON KY + i JL 1 > J rcrQ ir f 1i3ee I t PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher iI RATES lIf SUBSOKIPTJpN y One Year 100 t t SlxMonthS 50 > > Three Months 25 f l Single Copies 6 Specimen copies mailed free on ap x M rv Correspondents wanted mall parts of the county Address us for par jV ticulars t A THURSDAY APRIL 19 1900 THE foreign conimferce of the United States lids grown from 1000000000 in 1872 to 2000 000000 in 1900 AN increase of 50000000 in j bank note circulation is one of the immediate results of the new I 1 icurrency v law This much is al Ready in sight i BLOQDTiimsTY Willard Mitchell t Iwho wanted to kill all the white R publicans is to be made hap I hapI J I py by an appointment as cap tain in one of Beckhams mili vtary companies r 1 < ON April 1 1896 the per capi 1 f ita money circulation in the United States was 2153 On f April 1 1900 it was 2612 i calculating the present popula tion at 77805OqO I J THE election of a Republican municipal ticket in...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 April 1900

I 11 i 4 11 y j TDE BtEARLINTnN KYr eN kLOCILNEWS r a of Bom to Mr and Mrs J H Book of Liam of this place Tuesday j a ten pound boy le yr JR W Overall of Madisonvillb B i was In Earllngton Sunday on lilt v y wheel visiting friends Ie 1 SMr and Mrs W 0 Morton drove 1 sout from Madisonvllle Sunday at ternoon and called on friends here B r S Mrs S O Stevens and Miss Salll Orr attended services at the rcsbya + torian church in Maclisonvllle last hf Sunday il s < t Charles T Young who Is now on e f t gaged as pilot on a Green River a f stonmboat is visiting the family of his father T B Young of thl place 1J 1Jc placeChas c Chas H Patterson and wife left i Tuesday for Petersburg and Wash Ington Ind to visit relatives They Avill return in about two weeks vfa I Louisville 1fJ fJ Bryan Hopper has been suffering with a rheumatic affection that gave him a still neck for some days but S appeared on the street supple and upright Monday morning 1 Postmaster Robinson and Miss I Nannie Ashby are...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 April 1900

p I y r i iL ulrwT LT f t 1 J i f I < 1 IJSJX J 1 < THE BEE4 R LINGTON KYIto t i f t r THEPARISEXPOSITI j I Vy r MnnyJ J S field During the Last Half I W of the Century I ti Ir I WORLDiv J i4 it A 7Stute of TJnrcndliicsn the Most I Jioirihlc Venture of Opciilne May tJibI I jo i y French the arojit Xumerouri Ex < Iiibitorx anil 3I6st JVcnrly Ready 1 1arjs April 14At t noon France I I jV opened to the world the crowning ox I pcsitioii of nil countries The moat 1 fcvorable weather conditions pre eIi vnilcd nnd innumerable brightcol h ored domes und minarets brightcain i J > the sunshine Paris was early astir j with people wending their way to I tI Swards the Elysce and in the direction il of the exposition in the hope of wit1 netsing the presidential procession at fBomc part of Its journey General Decoration i DecornUonj num t berless private houses were decorated r with festoons of flags chiefly the tri b color The neighborhood of the ex position was especially gay with bu...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 April 1900

7 F r izw i p I Eu I a i t 1 KYPt A ENDED BY A COSTLY FIRE c How a Kentucky Actress Tour Ended t t in Disaster I J 1 0Wdn8boro Ky April 15 bliss Alma Powell Mrs Wan t Headley formerly of Princeton X rwho has been for the pas winter with Minnie Madden Fisko as her understudy is vis iting her mother in Princeton Miss Powell is well known in Qwensboro having visited here several times before going on tin professional stage arid hei I friends will learn with regret > of her recent misfortune After having been with Mrs Fisko all 1 Minter she took her own Becky 1 Sharp company out on thQ road this spring and While visiting 1 Toronto Canada the theater in which she was playing with much success was burned and all of the companys scenery and all of Miss Powells elegant ward roba were destroyed The loss was a severe one and the manager decided to cancel further dates and disband the j theI head another company this fall r RESIDENTS ARE DELIGHTED r 4 J T V Laurel and Gay County People Plea...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 April 1900

r u x I p11 I f i I 1 4 THE BEE ARLINGTON KY r 0 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL I tES50M Ivy SECOND QUARtER INTER 7 IvNATlONAL SERIES APRIL 22 7 > t > t X i Leumon Teif Text of the LcBBOh Lake vll 11O Memory Vcraos S > 10 Golden Text P bill 13 Commentary Prepared by the Hcv D 31 Stearns I Copyright 1800 by DM Stcanu r 1 Now when He had ended all Tils I sayings In the audience of the people He entered Into Cllp rnaum1hI8 city be came His center In Galilee from which I FIe tent forth to which Hu returned IlndI where He wrought many of ills mighty works and snld that if Sodom hctd had the same privileges It would not have been destroyed but that Cap lnaum hav lug been exalted to heaven by her privi leges should bo brought down to hell thend d Math xl 23 Whether the namo Bug igest that this was the village oC Kahum the prophet or not we cannot say but na NahUni signifies comfort and also lCI rei I comfort that would have come to Caper naum if only she had truly repented and received Christ ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 April 1900

l > r y 4t T 11 1 IfiJIi H lih fi11 j t r A VC t JI tH 1 0U ItH F i p Gc uSTRY Wf t + ELEVENTH YEAR EARLINQTONHOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKYTHURSDAY APRIL 26 1900 NO1a mss A PORTO RICAN BILLl c Permits Free Importations to the Jslandn of Nearly All the Necessities 11 of Life j j1 SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPAL PROVISIONS is Duties to Cease Soarias Porto I 1nl Legislature Provides Revenues SS Special Correspondence I S Washington April 25The t following is a summary of the I s principal provisions of the Porto 1 Rican act which goes into ellect e s May 1st to From tho date of tho pnssing u rof the act the same custom duties t Ktro levied on all goods entering n orto Rico from foreign coun f pies as are levied on the eamo nods entering the United States 1 M sods ve that coffee which has free entry into tho United States is fi fte pay a duty of 5 cents per p pound 011 entering Porto Rico tl Scientific literary and artistic b works and books and pamphlets tJ printed in the English language f may ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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