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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 September 1900

4 Ii L r T TTT i rJt 41 THE BHE i EARLmTON KY j tM 1 J u M y rt F LOGOiOJlSlE BLASTS I 10 1 < Operator Willingham took a short vacation this week r t HT C Martin formerly agent at Norfonville is now operator at that I 1 iplaeePresident t President Ingalls of = the BigiFour t railroad is still in favor of the ° sound money policy advocated by the McKinley administration and 1 V411 therefore work and vote accord e ingly t 1l The loss to railroad on account of v the fctrto east willbeheavyatpres Y i > ent but when settled they will tfe 9 able to recover somo of tho loss by necessarilyc 1 follow followThbs + t Thbs Smith who formerly worked 6 U in tho yard here as car repairer has ° l lost the use ol one of his arms Ho tfwent1to bed one night and tho next f morning < he was unable to raise it xand such has been his condition tf < since > 1 The St Louis excursion train was u rather poorly patronized The fact is the colored people are not as a B > I generalthing long dis...

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 September 1900

ru 7 V r r r I Ce 1 1an anI I I I II f I THE BEE EARUNBTOfJ KY J 0 U L tabor Le Watln UI Of SjpftlcinjgM laws passfcd rat f t mptpd tob passed in behalf rv < of union labor fcfcagainst the in I Iterestq t > f nonunion labor the Ist Louiis IiiterStato manufac tur qr has this to say I f MJiiet why legiBlators should t becallD upon to pass laite in behalf of union labor and against labor not belQnging tp unions is one of the puzzles to the Uninit utted All such Jaws are unjust They are unconstitutional They 7 ar6 uhT American and are passed through a spirit of fear or a spirit pt demagoguery All such laws are unnecessary If the I mofribers of a labor Union cannot I compete in the markets of the world with those who are ej F enibers of unions they should n j11 submit to that inexorable i flaw the survival of the fittest r 0ompdtition is the spirit of I Americanism Anything that J 7 liaB a tendency to kill competi 4 tion is unAmerican So far as J the trust question is concerned the...

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 September 1900

T > 3Nfc I T c r C c r rlt r t rr r i kI If < THE BEE EARL 1 a rO N KY 4J I J N Nt r 11 jif j l3ee MPAUL N MOORE Editor and Publisher r r > 1r SUBSCRIPTION RATES c j tx Ono YcarI1 00 I SixMonths v 60 t J TI lreci M onths2 y 1Singlo Copies 6 a Specimen copies mailed free on ap I Plication I i Correspondents Wanted in all parts I f1 < K > tloulars of the county Address UB for par 4 1 12l t A fr Jt ttrTHURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1900 j REPUBLICAN TICKET I IJ t r For President t 4 WILLIAM MaKINLEYY I i Roi VicePresident x jht THEODORE ROOSEVELT For Governor LI t yt JOHN W YERKES j cJi r I W Af For Congress i < WILLIAM LYNCH 1t k i > Of Hopkins County rtk j L 1 Hopkins County Under Democratic and I i Under Republican Rule The tendency of good times kunder Democratic and under is Republican national administra tions has often been demonstrated so that it leas become an axiom f that we have prosperity in the United States under the careful honest business administrations f o...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 September 1900

1Ro i a I J 0u 0 THe BEg EARLINGTOltiKY 1 N > < 1 imt MS J f I The infant son of Mr and Mrs J 1 O > Hartinait ofgbo died last J Thursday night pf summer com + f t V plaint v i A good friendly letter in this issue tQTJIBBEHand its reactors from Eldet IiHTeelnQw laboring in I 01 his Ohrlstlari work at Paducah Wo take this occasion to thankMr Trie publicly in the name Qt Tuil BEES f J readers for the heart to heart talk i in this good letter to us all 1A brief kindly loiter from Rev 0 O Sail Crab Orchard IUto THB J13E II expresses his continued inter est in Earllngton and our pcoplo and LV I says I would be pleased to make Earllngton a visit and seo all my old I friends but dont know now wheu I I can come There are many Of us who would give Brother Hall a warm welcome waiter and Will are accused of having a predilection for that ch i is left after a house afire The steps buildingI I wire left after the fire but not long It Is rumored that each seen ted not libe burning but the...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 September 1900

I VbI L jf 1 1 THE BEE EARL1NGTOIlKY It 1 IN offlmf Y8HOJNG t 4 J Conditions at Galvcston Tex at Hi iQ > Officially Reported by Mayor n It lf 4 4Jon sto Gov Sayers SayersII IIJ t V THE DEATH ESTIMATE KEEPS GROWING IIIf 110 t l it jIj 5 1 ii < J < j tit a Home Vmeathoil nnd Knlijr I O t L Ten Thousand People HomelCB i d ranel Destitute The Entire Popu 1 I ytf > iatlon Under a Streia and Strati Hard to Realize I c fiIJf j r i SayIj Ij ft ers has received the following official I 4Heport from Mayor Jones of Calves < > t ton as to conditions there r Galveston Tcc Sept Hlion I I Joseph D Saycrs Governor After the fullest possible investigation here we feel justified in saying to you and 4 through you to the American people that no such disaster has ever over r taken any community or section in the history of our country The losis rof life 4s appalling and can never be t accurately determined It is esti pmated at 5000 to 8000pcoplc There is not a home in Galveston that h...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 September 1900

f1 I 7 THE r BEE 6ARLIHCTD I Y J THE JKEA 11 r FAMNE N INDIA there are speikllig generally Juttwo ralnyssonatke one ii early nawir and the I other In the auttimm In the present caw there was SMrceL any rain In the inwiberqf 18W vir tually Done In the autufen The temperature also muit be considered The average temperature oMho more densely populated portions of tho famine district Is Hardly less than 80 degrees asI contrasted with NeW York state with Itla lees than 50 degrees Virginia with Its 8 degrees and the extreme south of Florida with Its 72 degrees When the rains tall In India the strong sun takes aUt moisture from the ralnlesa ground Vena dlaannearai earth dli thofllmlalIM noonl npr Uli by tb tens of thousand For la VICTIMS India three fdurthe 9r 9rof MA hjiMi agricultural In the FAMINE United States one yr ncventh In large S portions of India j jthe COO to the square > mile In New Xork b state 132 and n > it Ohio 100 No real Improvement Is pop Bible until the har x ves...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 September 1900

i I 1wvuI I V i q ti THE BM5 LX RtINITCJN KY a h n THE SUNDAY SCHOOL + i t LESSON XIII THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES SEPT 23 J f Text of the LeiIon Luke ail 34U I rlt > I Memory Versa 43 44 Golden Text Math xxvl 41 Commentary Pre L3lath pared by the liev D 111 stearn ± f Copyright 19CK by American Press JUaso I 1 4 clatlon 85 Jxt your loins be j nlcd about 1f iand your lights burning Having ben redeemed by His precious blood and thus made children of God we are to be liko Israel in Egypt t eating the lamb and ready for the journey whether it be tho t call to leave this mortal body or take It with us changed In a moment to meet Him in the air Our treasure being In w r heaven we are here as strangers and p pilgrims with girded lams waiting for the revelation of Jesus Christ < J Pet 11 + 111 13 We are also soldiers enduring rr hardness and standing against the en aenvy and as such need as part of our 3 armor our loins girt about with truth ai Tim 113 Eph vl 11 14 30 Men tha...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 September 1900

T a TV 7t r c 1 J JJ tt SUPPLEMENT TO rir f 1 f + J d TRE E ARLINGTON f BEE o n o t t t 1 I L AnLINGTON KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1800 1 TOEt FIRST ROUND i J Republican National Committee Tn order to secure eomo uptodato fats I of Interest relative to financial can < < ditions In tho great agricultural sec tions of tho United States west or the l Allegheny Mountains sent out letters to several hundred business men In 1 tho largo cltlCB and la country towns 4oI theso sections bank de I They wcro naked how the t posits or heir communities compared with four years ago to what extent l thero had been Improvement lirtho t credits of their municipalities or town I I a111pstmd what betterment if any was noticeable In tlto condition of the bar 11rowlnt classes I letters The business men to whom wbro Bent wero selected without any < reference to and without Knowledge < M i A < In say L at their political nffiUaUono oral Instances extremely Intcrcntlngrc having n1Q plies came fr...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 September 1900

r r n r f I t i p ill ADVANCE AGENT Of A Ai I1YIGnMlNi r i i tir i i t rI r trc DEMOCRATIC ihL C POVDR11Y 11s Iil rDjl tic National i Chairman Gomes From aSt t That 1 i Fits Him For Calamity Leadership t < Special Correspondence cChicago Sept 15 = Judged by statis f tics Senator Jones comes from a State Y t In the Union whose agricultural and l L commercial conditions make him pre f eminently fit to bo chairman of the f r Democratic National Committee It I would appear that the title conferred > G upon President McKinley four years I ago and which he has confirmed by I the success of his administration The advance agent of prosperity may de aerya reversal Into the term The I + advance agent of calamity as applled i to Senator Jones Certainly no patriotic citizen of the ii United States would wish extended to fi the other Commonwealths of the Union Z the depressing statistical showing made by Arkansas Sympathy and Ihelptulness will be naturally extended courset l in all branche...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 September 1900

PAGE3 v I coooooooooqoooooo000oooooc r MKinleys Masterful c i 0 Diplomacy In China i 00 0 0 0 0 Special Correspondence Washington Sept 10 Everybody I s talldng about McKtnleys masterly dI plomacy Of course hero In Washing Ion people have had an opportunity t o observe closely everything that is gc L Ing on and qro perfectly aware that the difficult Chinese problem has beet 1 handled by the President in a mos t skillful manner But It Is not only f Ebro that thin sort 61 talks Is heard jor People all over the country are ovl 1 filoritly gratified that our President ha s fitalten the lead In every diplomatic I 1 move relating to China and that ho hat i I mot every proltlcm In a most sldlJul I 1 manner and has placed Washington In I the lead In matters relating to world I oventn n a train the outer day In tho smoking car there was a general I > dlscu sloyot the Chinese situation i t when some man broke loose In about J > this fashion i ifou can all say what you please J J about th...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 September 1900

p rl f I ro + I t 1 r < 7 CO f iI 1t 5lij 11 i1 l t I 1 HPPTT > t 1 fT IV > o I F t f + it > J1 tyrr ht 1 j I Ir ROOSEVELT S l t H t r y r IM irlf fir x ACCEPTANCE i Vc A Good j fri1 ientandMotal and Material Welfare t of iOiir People First in Importance j 1 1f 1 1 vv V THEODORE ROOSEVEl r r < Ty I f V y iI l Hfg h Tribute to PresidenyfcKinley and Splendid ft i Achlev e ts1tfHis Admlnl trat on onm lI 1 f He Discusses Honest AJprtey and I National Expansion I I y r I f i Jit ilOp ON THE TRUST ISSUE Ct li < f Bhall Prosperity Conditions Continue 1 or ShaH Wo Destroy Them i 1 MEANING OP DEMOCRATIC SUCCESS I f a H IrJ srfyAready Expanded the Reel a Issue Is Cq trlctloll lr SHALL WB REDUCE NATIONAL AREA aillltarlsmV Shown to Be u Doguj Issue Bryans PlanFor tlio Philip pines Would Bican the Real Thing Best Interests of tho Philippines Dots Npt Necessarily Uleau Grant Ing the Wlshep of n tho Tapulos Paralled Case Drawn ITrOm History Si of Our Indlnn Tribes i Or Bay 3Jf Y ...

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 September 1900

i f r i I w 1 ikHI i j t tri j t > If It 41n ELEVENTH YEAR ARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1QOO NO 38 c l i MR IJ DAYS DEATH i X > v Casts a Gloom Over the Com 1 f r 1 v > v r munity Where He Was > L i1 < Beloved i fi I f t VJ if IMETHIS END IN THE MINES tr 1 I V funeral l i v Yesterday Under Auspices of > United Order of the Golden i J 1 vu Cross I at < y sew t < Tuesday evening shortly after > ili6oclock the appalling news tu Fr ° spread like wildfire over our city w t x that Mr J W Day the mine ttA < foreman of No 9 mine had met J f > liedonth bY falling under n trip r i1 l C of empty cars The sad tidings rl s were flashed over the wires to I ii friends and relatives and in a i short time hundreds of people were informed of his unexpected cZ death His wife was absent from 11 v t home visiting friends in1 Hop kihavillo but the awful news Fsoon reached her and she re I s f turned on the first train to a r home unexpectedly ma...

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 September 1900

M i y Ft THE BEE EARUWGTCJN KY fJ 4 r ra f LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS < 1 I tI H f > raSupt J W Logsdon spent a short ajryes time here lnst week tX t Conductor John Longstaff was Tri IlYe i charge of the Guthrie fair train last t c week r n < Supervisor Edmonson was down 1 < the Madisonvllle branch last Satur t Clay receiving ties > 4 fj Conductors Bowser Bra nwell and > C < I Patterson had charge of tho circus t trains while on this division J M A small wreck occurred at Mad ie t sonville last Friday nightj which re i 1 f1 suited In but littlcdamnge to either rr r track or cars To accommodate the largo crowd whQ want to attend the Elks street ri fair at Hopklnsvillo this week a t special train is being run ftAt this writing Conductor Thomas Browning Is resting well and high r hopes are entertained that amputa tation will be necessary A special train was run from Pro Videnco to Madisonvllle Jast Satur day night to accommodate those wishing to attend the circus Lee Cozart...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 September 1900

w 1 THE BEE ARLINGTON KY I RADICAL DEMOCRATS SCARED McCreary Telegraphs Orders to Make I v Apparent ConceiJlon on the T Ejection Bill fi I a N Frankfort Sopt 25 Realizing that his plans for passing tin elec tion law worse than the Qoobol bill have boon blocked by tile united force of the Republicans and conservative Democrats Mr McOrejiry this morning telegraph ed tbjhis lieutenants in the Legis lature ordering them to make some concessions to the opposit ion f Tlie exact wording of his message was withheld but the substance was as follows Gill a general conference of Democrats for this afternoon and use very effort to placate the conservative element Agree to the abolition of the judicial pow er from State and Oounty Boards but Jjnsjst that the Democrats have n majority on every County Board If possible secure thd in corporation in the new bill of the clause of the majority Senate bill whicTx provide UhaF in Demo cratic counties thc < ahgriic at eQery precinct shall bb li Democr...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 September 1900

4Irk + p I rr J f 1 I tJ 11 J I r i J l 0 I THE BEE EARUftiGfONi KY Jnj t l fee i wsr t1 f if PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher r c i SUBSCRIPTION RATES p r ii > IOQSizMonths i SixMonths 1 50 50I ngle Copies 5 I Specimen copies mailed free on ap t pllcntipn jt Correspondents wanted in all parts r of the county Address us for par parr i 12I f THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1900 If tREPUBU AN TICKET Ifor President I WILLIAM McKINLEY For YiceProgidont l THEODORE ROOSEVELT a For Governor JOHN WYERKES V t For Congress i WILLIAM LYNCH t Of Hopkins County = FOR some reason that has not been advertised in silo papers 1 V c H Borders is no longer deputy county assessor for the Earlington i magisterial district 1magIsterial rii FORTY IVE thousand native 11 Catholics have been massacred in China besides the thousands tof foreign and native Christians of all other denominations Isnt it ajjout time that some politician f IsntJ soldiers being in China t Boss CROAKER who is for < Croaker and the Ice ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 September 1900

T I i r j THE EE E RLINGTPllj1l > L LOCAL NEWS The new addition to tho St Ber nard General Store will Bqoii he ready for occupancy + < Born on Monday the 17th lnstto I Mr and Mrs George Toy a fine girl Mother and babe doing vell 1 Mr JJ Lipscomb of Rlchland was In Earllngtori Tuesday and en cburagtid Title BEE force by a pleas ant call Farmers are moro comfort blonUd so are townspeople since the recent rains Plowing is easier and the dust is settled 0 Miss SUblott State Secretary of the Christian Wpmans1 Board of Missions will give an address at the Christian dliuroh Madisohvjlle this evening 780 oclock John J Wopley Prohibition can didate for President will pass over theLi Saturday Octqbpr 0 and will stop ° long enough tpmake a speech at Madlsonvlllo The Y P S Q Ej will hold thO monthly consecration service next Sunday evening at the ME < Church t South End avorers are requested to take their Bibles and be prepared to take part An unusually large number was present at the ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 September 1900

o HfM wMMMptfeji jVj j p I t I THE BEE EAfrLlNGTQN KY g U M FIINNELSHAPED CLOUD1 Ths little Town of Morristown Minnesota Visited by a 1 Regular Twister I EIGHT MEN KILLED OTHERS MISSING r 0 The tbis of Property In the Truck of the 1 Tornnrtu ute Heavy Ituildliici Lifted Ilodlly From Their Foundations Car t riots n lllntauce and Crushed Like EBB 4 bell i St Paul Minn Sept 25A pioneer PrcBS special from Farlbault Minru says 4 p y Word has been received here to x night that a cyclone struck Morris ktownnt 0 oclock Elghtmenhavebeen killed and a large nijmDer more are H missing Reports very meager A large tree was lifted from the ground and carried over a house top and de ¼ posited on a nearby building which was used oe a saloon The house was 4 completely wrecked and the bodies of eight men were taken from the ruins The report does not say how much I damage was done to property there but it is feared that the loss is not a small one j j A special to the Times from Fari i bault Minn says ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 September 1900

reV 1 T r i k 11 r 0 j THE BE A LlIIGTON KY nmr + i + AKENIY SUIIIIIISE I tS IlL ttS I o A SEVERE CASH OP STAGE FRIGHT AND SPEECHLESSNESS J y St Paul Ploiwer Press NEBO HAPPENINGS Everything on a Boom and Politics Being Thoroughly Ventilated MANY OTHER NEWSY PARAGRAPHS Nebo is on on a regular boom The The rattle of the coal and lumber wagon the sound of the hammer and the buzz of the saw Is heard day and night J A Hoffman has had a now roof I put on his dwelling Mrs Salllo Winstead has bought the residence of Mr Galbreath and Is to move to Nebo Mr Galbreath goes to Louisville Will Bunton ofMadIsonvJlle was in Nebo ono day last week on buss nets Obadiah TJtley who has been mak ing his homo in Missouri returned i last Monday How long ho will re main wo do not know John toll and WVAt Toombs of Earllngton wore hero Tuesday C B Morrow of Owonsboro was W over last week While hero he sold 4 his land to H R Cox WB Cox of Richland has bought the Bob Morrow farm and will move to it soon soonp...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 September 1900

W l I 14 + A I l ryM f If I I i < THE BEEi EARL t Et CJN KYrt I t f THE SUNDAY SCHOOL I LESSON XIV THIRD QUARTER INTER > f NATIONAL SERIES SEPT 30 t Text of the Iieinon a Coinprcbeaita > Quarterly IievlewGolden Text Jas i S3 Comment nry Prepared bJ 4 the Ilev D 3f Stenrn Copyright 1900 by American Press Asso elation LEsSON IJesus walking on theBes 4 Math xlv 2233 Golden Text Math xlv S3 Of a truth Thou art the Son of t God lie had just been feeding mon than 5000 people with the lads few loaves and fishes and having constrain cd ills disciples to cross the lake wjthpu Rim lie sent the multitudes away am then went alone Into a mountain to pray The disciples found a head wind and a rough sea and their circumstances were very suggestive of the condition of the i church today tolling against many ad ° verse circumstances but the Lord Jesus i4 is at the Fathers righthand for us and c H < 5 will come in the morning and we shall be forever with Him LESSON ITJesus the bread of li...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 September 1900

UP J I I I YV 4 1 V R aGsW 4 GE 11 E ERLINGTON EEE J 0 j J er n + < i ykt y M1M O M W + IVWah R M t µ rF INk apt i y 11 > r yw J 1t 1 < t w WrJS 01 I a h ± f J M AL 1 t YN 1 A = Y L X 5 c l I ExtttmaoN TJItSAYSEPTEMBrnR 71900 rr f I Mo h Magilificdilt rinte T to resi ent i c i ney l The Brooklyn Eagle a highclass Independent Democratic newspaper has been publishing a series of Studies in American Character that havo i attracted wide attention In a rocont issue it gave a character sKetch of t F aldent McKinley that is so commendatory and at the same time tso I ifalttful and true to life that wo have taken the liberty ni reproducing It ri or headlines and all It is as follows A J Jf r jki L41WILLIAM McKINLEy i iII < k Typical American of Wide Experience Who Has Become a l i V Masterful President > x t r 1 IIE Presidency of the United I States derives Its influence T j from the suffrages ot 80000000 I I of freo people Its occupants are elected for a short term and In 1 c...

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