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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 31 May 1900

k t lY t r S Y Y Y y r f f 11I THE BEE J E ARLINGTON KyI < > t 0 tJ > f it 1 I r > Itwi nn n I i J < LOCO I EfBt < s j 1 I ct ryi rftt Supervisor Burns with a force of ih wero out Monday distributing track material ori the Providence branch assistant Superintendent Dunn anDtspntcherSheridan were called r It Hopklnsvllle last Tuesday on business 11ustnessDispatcher 1 Dispatcher E L Wise has been off fc ti1s week taking a few dnys recrea YLionjnt a flshiiig trip r The Special train run for accpmmo I Elation pf those wishing toattend the i Confederate Reunion held at Louis Pvillo this week was well patronized i f anil the efforts to please the old aol yif lerg in this way Was highly appro orated by them i if i t ilireman Proctor Etherldge isInkj i > irigf a rest this veekjiand elutIng the tt f time will be with Master Mechanic J VVnlsh n t Howellv K Engineer Mfciyhan and family < visited Sells and G rays circus sat Ufa lidpkinsville last Tuesday ii While assisti...

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 May 1900

U n 1 U > t I II 1 w r c u THE BEE gARUNBTON KY J f r I W S i < M i ILLSiARE > OUT AI r L J Awidunc the Wt Masonic Pjchjc a t w t SSl ttakcsldc Park June 23t 1 ft r > > < Ma i otw 7 Working l Hard to Make he Day a S I y 4t > Notable Success 1 1to iTh I local Masonic bodies arc doing iti all 1n their power to make tiiear 3 rarigements for tho great St Johns iDay Picnic a success from every Ist4ndpolntazicl the most cordial in vitatlons nr6 being extended the l > Masons of Hopkins and adjoining r counties and the people at large f Saturday Juno 23 Is tho day fixed k ior tho big picnic and barbecue and r 1ls expected that Lakeside Park on i that day will be filled with a multl < l tudo of people such as has not before been soon at that very popular re iL ort for picnics on tho large scale V Tho fact that the money realized 7 r h from the days entertainment is to be added to the bulldlngiuml for tho 1 erection of tho new Masonic Temple k y a and Optfra House t...

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 May 1900

a c + l y ry w µ iryM + I l W MYCIRMWii N ° Mctfryvw LIAiS jlfl 1 li i q ti 1 I i t M 4 4 < fp 7 1 J ti 7 A r i j THE J3EEgEARL TNtTON KY 7 J 1 v X l m r t fee j r I t + x 1 PAUL 11 MOORE Editor and Publish f t SUBSCRIPTION BATES tt r t it ii > j t One Year 100 J f Six Months > 50 S V 25 v > Throo Months Single Copies > > > > 6 r rrSpecimen copies mailed free nap I S plication + I i Correspondents wanted in all parts i i ft9fthe county ddro Situs I for lmr t I ticulars j i 1 If Telephone No 12 S kq 4 w r ljt THURSDAY MAY 31 1900 V f1 jf v w ii GEN MERRITT will be retired v < on account of ago this month tJi1 > This will result in the promotio pv of Gen Otis to the grade of Mi eiljf jog General fi t r > VENUS which has been rim ldly J1 i nearing the earth for some time f > > reaches its greatest brilliancy too 3 irf < U A morrow It is about 4200000 S A fmiles from the earth t < l d llf tf Jo BLAOKOUHN says if an lion 1 Ii f est election ca...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 31 May 1900

rte z tJ C t i L THE BEE EARLINGTQN KY itjl 1 j t LOCALNEVS f f S f IJl 5 Everybody Is welcome atoveJY sesslohof < the DistrietConference f Boys Burks and Brown have boei holding atent mooting at Manltoi I for several clays < i I1 > I tV Clouds kept out people from hay ing a good view of the 001lp80 last Monday mprning OvHiKelley representing tho P i > iJV Collier Publishing Company nya + lnJBarllngton Monday i vv Next Sunday will bo the anuua k foot > washirig at Flat Crook Jjarg t crowds always attend this meeting 7 There was all day meeting ant e i dinner on the ground at Grapeviu + ilast Sunt yandalargo crowd bra s i t present in > 4 i The prsrAmmorman will soon be j44 gm tho publication of fl new pape = 1 atMadlsonvllie It will bocnlled i rftho lCi ntw ky Ostoopath Q prl i The M E Church South has boon treated to anew coat of paper 5 Tho paper is bonutltul ana the work A 1 perfect E E Stodghlll had charge h Nvof the work i < The rains Sunday afternoon arti ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 31 May 1900

> 1 i If t4 lfili7i f l 1 tn I 1 < lfhrC j THE BEE EAHLIWGTDN KY j fij f nr ijw YM N t fi Sleeping Car Passengers on a Mis souri Pacific Train Get a d i t Jt Rude Shock ir k I f A ROBBER AND HIS PISTOL CAUSED IT i 1 I lltstn n Vomitf Alan iiud Mn ked i AntfiiK HI VIclliiiK WerbTriivi I i JiiK AinlHor Sprnuup hiul J W c Orr tlic CuniiiauyH Attorney lie i fKi Inde Goor llli tSNcape > JCnnsiiH City Mo Mny 2JA Stlr ftspecht from Falls City Ifeb suys The pufisenjcrs on the sleeping cur of train No 1 of the Missouri Pa cific which left Kansas City Sunday night t95 were held up nnd robbed Jbctween here und Stella bu lone hlghwayinan It is thought that he either boarded the train here or at the Iluriltigitn Missourl croasjng at Vcr oh nine Jnlles north After the train left Verdon he entered the sleeper nnd compelled the porter at the poinVofa revolver to precede und hid him lIe had to work fast as the rain was making up time and he onlyhld from ten to fifteen mln fctesbefore the tr...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 31 May 1900

fI 0 7 i r TFF BEE EARLlNt TONS KY 1 4r rrr Y + + sMNrateANw + + + arc tfi m aywk + JU + Urrw t1uawrr t L t 1ip T A f L 4IY J I It Slirchlllht 42 io4 Kflawih 3 2 < 5 Alclaytara 18672 Owned by McManama Bros One hundred and thirtytwo broth ers and sisters in 2 230 list < IBlqod Bay Stallion 1654 hands weighs 1256 By Alcantara 729 223 i SHIP OFT auK F Moth Miller 2071 1 Olelsa 2J5 Raven 21Q Alar I 211 Sir Alcahtjlra < Lightning 211 d 210 J Roi elatr Wilkes BaynrdAVilkes 212f 2ll Arena 5 J1t Alcijita 211A Miss Alice 218 + Melvyn + 2111 AQna Cook 212 Attractive 211 Mililon2a8 Allen Lowe 212 Alicante 215 OhroiioB 212 Alhiimbra 214i Foggy218 Olesa 21ft Nightingale Autograph 2101 to 218 Leoiiatus 2l7i Pnllette 2181 Nimrodx217 t Allegro214l 214AI sire f10Q AI of 10QJIey Janey2l Jr JrOscnr more in the Roscoe214 280 Hat + w Bryan You may put mo on the head but let tnoselect the taJlt fi Plttaburg press 0 7 T u JOHN W YERKES Virtually Says He Will Accept Nomination For Governor Panyill...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 31 May 1900

10 I j 0 aY Fi J Jr r 7 o II THE FEi L AR LIN6TOKY t 1 t 4 Jli i1MYfkr t d i 1 u 1 1 t 4 tfnl r TH P r SUNDAY t 9HOjLj LES6cX SECOND Ql i IJTER INTER1 NXTJONAL SERIES JUNESI e k 1 Tcxipt the Leo Math is 35 u o 1 sJt j Memory lVerteii Chapter JXI 1 ate3S GoWcn Test Math x 2Q1 f CommcntpHy by Rev D M Stearns 1 1 r Copyright > 1900 by D M Steams 1 j jr 35 Teaching preaching boiling r r This seems to have been Ills unvaried I way Anointod with the Holy Ghost I i and With power Ho went about doing good and healing all that were oppressed i of the devil for God was with Him r iActsx 3S4s the Fatiler sent Him so He sends Us and It Is intended that I the life of Jesus should be manifest in s our mortal bodies John xvil lSn21 j II Cot Iv 11 But He was ever filled with thj Holy Ghost and with power and this is too costly for the majority of Christians for it means none of self none of the world and a rife wholly for Him 30 When He saw the multitudes He was moved with compassion on them Thi...

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 June 1900

I f t1 > I 1 1 r o r Cr I J 11 1 J 1 I 1 A i II 4Itcl 4i ris + bflf y > Ji1 iC 1 1 yCMEI 0r 0 I t i I Ti I 1I Jlit < II 1 1 < yd ttffl 1 1 > t 1t 1 I 1 p E LEVEltTa YEA r EARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY TUCKYTHURSDAY r 1 JUNE 7 190O NO22 c f x k flUE NoNUNI9N IAN + r ti i r rfh Tfreless Toiler to the Trad 5eldo m Heard > W from in Labor Troubles rkr < 5 t 14 i nip llomeiWIfe and Children AreAs Deana A I I ot i V Tliose of lilt Union Brother < > flI lt 1 J T cst j r cl i Mvtx < ifollpyinR is taken from th < f3hrinB rust Dispatch x > f SyjidayMiijr 20th and rophv diicpd hero as something unique i I AV hlle riding on street cars during these hays oftho strike does anyone stop to conslderi the Jeplings and sentiments that dwell within the hearts of tho scab motormen and conductors as they pass their fellow worklngmon And receive the hoots flail Jeers of contempt often accoin panled by Invectives and sometimes Iby a thrown stone That these men 1 feel these 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. — 7 June 1900

rl 1 J R n I i AI > l THE BEE EARL1WTQN KY < t V a 1 Y nJJ a 1 LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS gi W a i > sib r r 7 Vr 4 t f For rthe first time hi a year a new vtlmVcarcl made Its nppearance lust i Sunday The old one which expired expiredI + jthan any one card since the control fit the Henderson division was se s J oaredEby the L S N Co The new Ft t and makes but few changes in the t time Ajftratns especially passenger trains y Chief Dispatcher Sheridan has f been on this divislonfor n year and < ifbrthe first time his name appears 4iyon the time card as lit is the first Ithne in train schedule since he has t been here Conductor Jhgranl took great + pleasure last week when calling for tI one of the new time cards to exhibit 4an old one ho had boon using for r over a year and we venture the as sertion that but few trainmen can t + say a a much Conductor Joe Fortner has been c dn the sick list the past week or two and has only boon able to make an y occasional trip jtSupervisor Burns 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. — 7 June 1900

i J T8 7 T t r I fJ of t THE BEE EAKLIWBTON KY U I i I nfAS NIC JEWEtS f Fln ciipffercd to Lodge With Largest IJ a 0 c Representation at r i CELEBRATIONi i i > < b 1 i y > 7 I Iio management of the big i Maionic pifcnic to be giveti tit Lakeside Park Juno 28 offers a handfiomo silver set of olflbers i 1 jewels to the lodge having nrcsI ent the largest number of morn J11bors r bars in a body on that day talcing mileage into consideration One member from Madisonville will count four miles one from White Plains twelve miles etc Botliat tt few members from a more dis tant lodge will equal a larger number from u lodge nearer by rind thus equalize the distance The day iato be made unique undone long to be remembered by Masons Several short Masonic speeches will be arranged for Speakers will be announced in good time Special amusements o all of the highest type obtainable will be offered It will be made a day of something more than the ordinary big picnic features ti The purpose t...

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 June 1900

1 < > r 0 I 0 Il J t q 1 0 J THE BEE BARLlNTqN KY r > + r + 0 L e 4 i 1t1 ee > PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher J I rlJl l t i1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES iJ il 1 E + I i i One Year v 44 < 100 I > I I t rt M > ontla i IMF I I Three Months 4 M Qj a tt Single Copies o G J f 1 Specimen copies mailed frog on tip = tt tY f plication it ICorrespondentswantedhiallrarts f rit rof tho county Addrossus for par r i I t 1 ticulnrs I jff Telephone INoI2 1S j 0 < 4j I ttt THURSDAY JUNE 71900 FKDKUAL Court now in session ° jat Owensboro is likely to do i some execution hot tho most J pleasant to certain Hopkins 1 < county individuals Kentucky Federal Counts are still known r y r as tribunals of justice DEb1goRATie CONGRES MAN OliAli Je WupBtBR has been discovered j sending soiled clothing home by j ii tail jinder the franking privy j 5a lego labeled Public docut i f r 4mentsy and Ms constituents are j t shrtgging their shoulders and keeping mum < < koepingrmumIT < II i...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 7 June 1900

> I < j r 0 TH ir BEE EARLlNSTQfcl KY n I l LOCALNiVS f t > lih 1 I f i 1 Chnrlos Duvall of Mortol1K Gap fi ti was in tha city last Week k li k t0 Elder I H Tool will fill hisftcigu tfI Jar appohitmontat tho Christian f r Sundnytw 1l r i 1rv = J j R y VP 0 Duvall and wlroJqf f f Hopkiimvllle attended tho District 1 Cpnfqronco last week J t oiK OVBG W Lyon and J R1il noon a whl go to Nebo this aftor noon to baptize Mrs Jas Hartinaii s t i t i ThcUnhabltants of Sobroo have ih iauguratod a movement to got rid of Uho saloon A vote will llHoly bo I taken before long Rov G > Br > Everett has 9g NT h protracted meotingat Hanson Ho l i is being assisted by novo P H f i Davis of Corydon Y t A fl AJ 2fit TJ 11 Doan attended the Confedor < Ato Reunion at Louisvlllo last week 1L Ho met many of his old Norlh Caro Jf t Una cqmra j os while there 4 < 1 Elder I II Tool attended the fj1f South Kentucky Missionary Asso ti elation The meeting was largely 1 Attended and was full of...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 7 June 1900

I V S r J1 i 7 7 r 7 r 1 ¼ I < ii I 1 I j b < 1 ib THE BEE ARLINGTON K Ye 6j < QUARANTINED ML8E h4 > L rji9 cat Destitution lsSald to Have I 4 i Been M Caused Among < > the Chi j < i nese of San Francisco c J KL l 1 TH > CITY MSKED TO PROVIDE FOOD rlfJ 1 1 i UlillK t L NL1or Phtliiu OlItlHe1 0 4riaittlitg t L1 1YJHIIUl s SnJ h IiIIIItlt I 4 ttrfihlnc ihuuhlbe IIIIICI VOl rl Iy t lie Six CIIIDIJRnhM Iurlng I he f V i Uutiruiitlite v Itr tFSnu Francisco Jjme 2h rdspone S 11 to 11 communication from the attbt rne a of the Chinese Six Companies < Stating that the quarantine now being S maintained is causing great dcglltu S lion among the Chinese most of whom b nro dependent on their dally labor I i for their support the board of health 1 has asked the representatives of the companies to submit an estimate of the I daily supply of food necessary for n 1digerit persons In Chinatown which ts 5V timatp will be presented to the board of supervisors for uctlorf Chli...

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

a t 1 t yt m F J 1 l i1 1 + y iJ b l 7 C1 c A I 7rar fir EAl LENGTGNrKY J iTi ilrtrffrt R Searchlight 4 z044 Klarawah32o5 f J Alclaytara 1867 r V Owned by McManama Bros One hundred and thirtytwo broth ers arid sisters in 236 list Bkod Bay Stallion i64 hands weighs 1250 By AJcantnni I 1 729 23 Ir SIUKOF SIRE OF 215t I Raven 210 AlarH 211 Sir Alcantara Lightning 211 2105 Rensolaer Wilkes Bayard Wilkes 212 IfAlcinta AlcintnMiss Alico 218 Kelvyn211 AdnaOook 232 x Attractive 211 11 ihlonr218t y Allen Lowo212 Alicante 215 Ghronos 212i Alhambra 2J4i 2J4iFoggy I Nightingale Autograph 2 OJ 218 Leonatus217 Pallette 218J Nimrod217 fI Allegro214 t Allegro219it Also situ nf 102 I Oscar L 214imore in tho Roscoe 2141 280 list ff il CONGRESSMAN WHEELERS WHEELERSPUSUC PUSUC DOCUMENTS Turn Oat fo be Buar Soiled CWhin and Untle The Paducalf Register tells of an interesting discovery made public upon the arrival in that city of two hoses by free mail service from Washington and labeled 1ublic Documents...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 7 June 1900

c l t r IkiI ioUJ i J C t ff IIj t At V ri yy + iI ratt iT H E BE 1 iRLINGTaN KY r 1 I > 68G t fem < I TIlE SUADAYrSCHOOL U If 11 s LESSON xi SECOND QUARTER INTER v f NATIONAL SERIES JUNE 10 l trATIONAL 1 c Text of the Leon lark vi 1420 > JHeiriory Vtries1 I2IGoldera Text V Kph v 18 Commentary Prepared p by i < lie ttcvi D 2M Slcnrns j copyright 1000 by D yh Ste rniJ iff And King Herod heard of Him for His name wns spread abroatl11 i Math xlv 1 the words are Herod the totrarch hoard of the fame of Jesus His works and His words were being y talked nbout or In other words that himn r John xiv 10 Was liom J abroad flow much or how of tup arc you tolling the 1 doings and sayings of Jesusto mnko His name knowuV Wo nro not on earth to j make n natn for ourstlvosi but < tb boar His name und lungulfy It that the Lord alone may bo exalted that In nil thin o Ho nmylmvo the pro outianntce Ufca ii 11 Col I 18 I 15 10 It iti John whom I boherided I He is riteu roni the dead Jn Mat...

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 June 1900

a o 1 7 J iI l y f r Yw I < < I I I j J 1r IfiN 1n 1 if i t j t J II < i A t J y f I I 4 W 10 1 i fW t b C r I 1 t2 0fNi7 TH1vE < i c + ll S TRY Vl E TH + + i Jt tryELEVENTH YEAR EARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDA Y JUNE 14 1900 0N 23 JI cfit YERKES AND VICTORY I ti Svc KentuckiaN of the Anti Gpcbelism Type rj q 1j ArcEnthusiajtic I jh t f OFONE miNI ABOUT THdJESUL rj 1 John W Yerkej Now theMost Popular 1 V Man In Kentucky I ii i l I t > Ther0 is no doubt that the an 1 y mpuncement of John W Yerkes s I for Governor has met the widest I J t approvaq 1 < q throughout Kentucky Republi J i cans and independent Democrats J s iE I in truth thtfantUGoebelism mem bers of all political parties nrel 1 rejoiced aUld enthusiastic at the p r announcement of this bigbrniJlY < li t clean strong man Wilt is to stand J intbe lend of the great army < oS civil liberty through the cam paign of 1000 Nothing bu + ex J r pressions of approval and en 1 1r E Er1 quoted There ...

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 June 1900

I > t 0 J 1 NJv A nTHE w BEE 1 EARLINGTON KY I n P n il tf 1 DOWN IN THE MIMES t y c V J tr If4 s o The rule or ruin policy of the U 4 M11V1so again shown by their fiction in Eastern Kentucky where x they have called out their men be > cause the Whltley Coal Company is v operating itS mine with nonunion 1 ° v v labor Their object seems to be to cripple oven their friends who Ijave i surrendered all rights to them be r lore they will work in a district Sjtyliere a mine Is operated by mon of Hfdependence Little do they seem < f Vto care about the suffering their acts V will cause innocent women and children v dren if they can only place the gang y V i + of dictators In charge With plenty 1 VX Qt blackberries and fort3 five cents 6Zi ppr week to each family they hna J Kgine they can see pleasure and luxu H > ries ahead Before tak1ug such a step I they should take a loolrto the South 4 west Where in Arkansas they have s placed a largo number on the starva o tion list and a g...

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 June 1900

I N 0 C o I 4 4 Cw v I l S 1 iIr f THE BEE EARUIMTON KY 4 III A Ir It < Tlu > Temple of Vleto y On tlii linnv prUJLi Acropolis In Athens guarding tilt1 approach to tlitf famous nut matchless Parthenon stands 11 IttJQ > temple based on the r f t 4 solldlockltcommands it witte prqs I pect tho swcpori the Attic mpun Stains and tho stretch pf sea at Salamls The Athenian of old felt within him a 0 thrill of pride as ho stood upon this height and surveyed the prospect The i little temple was named the Temple fo the Wingless Victory It proudly I tiproelalmed that victory should never 4 f I take its flight from the fair city be Ineath A touch pf this Indomitable spirit and unconquerable hope is need ed In our Christian life and work to day We are too faint hearted Wo Y are too easily discouraged Every r Christian heart should have in Ita 1 4tomp of the Wingless Victory and qshould look out upon the rugged moun t J tains and the long stretch of sea with fo I determination to conquer...

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 June 1900

F > itiAV4 t I 1 r CJ x r y t uv THE BED EAl LlNGTjN KV Ii oJ i j I i Iee PAUL M MOORE editor and Publisher = = = k SUBSCRIPTION RATES h + iCk One Year oo oo OOU O > > SIx Mouths IJ f Three Months 1 t > > Sfnglo Copies T 6 Specimen copies mailadlfrtj on nv i yj S > pllcationit fir GorrdspomliMitH wantcdIn ll parts 7 oi the county Address li W fqrjTar 0 < f Uculnrs + t V r i Telephone No 12 i t THURSDAY JUNE 141900 v SAVING won the governorship v with loaded dice the do facto S1fro tempore Governbrlis reward > S ing with fat places the fellows 4 Vi who fixed the dice But there < h is a day of reckoning r fl y TIlE figures made by the people 1 of Kentucky last November and certified to by the Democratic t v Board are more potent than the s t once charmed numbers of the r Chicago platform wheel of for 1p p h Demol 1 fcratlc conventions generally re I f raembered the Ohicago platform t and 10 to 1 but tried very hard f 41 ito forget those more recent and JI v ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 14 June 1900

> t j THE BEE EARLINBTON KY 0 L 1 l f LOCAL NEWS rf 21 t h 1s arjxliJourland Is trio latest udI L j tiUon Jo our force of typos Cal is g jt ftivapt pupil Is learning last andwill h r n f Mn bo n fullfledged printer li 1 jThorecqnt heavy rains left some lot bur Hopkins County roads Inn t bad shape but It Is hoped that with I t y fow days dry weather they will wlllj j 1 1 + lie all right again tV t 1 AFatal Explosion f1lio Honderson Gleaner says At f Addison n station on tho JJSt L V and H railway a few miles distant morningr r About 10 o lock tho steam boilers nri two or throe In number lot go arid f niaclo kindling wood of a groat part of the hlUlhe destroyed property consisted of a distillery and saw c mill combined operated and owned by Anderson Klein One young innn Tom Parley a brother of a brakoman In the employ of the Lo r St L and H railway was killed itt iti > Successful Small Fruit Grower 7 Rev J F Story Hopkins countys successful grower of fine strawber satisfactoryt ...

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