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Bee (Earlington, Ky.): September 16, 1909 Bee (Earlington, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Bee Publishing Co. Earlington, KY 1909 bee1909091601_sn87060004 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Bee (Earlington, Ky.): September 16, 1909 Bee (Earlington, Ky.) Bee Publishing Co. Earlington, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. && . TWENTIETH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COU Y, KY., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1909. r77 PUBLIC SCHOOL 6 No. 35 - IRS. STROTHER HANCOCK DEAD Illness TAFT STARTS ON HIS TOUR TWO MILLION NEEDED FOR SCHOOLS MANUFACTURING IN FOREFRONT FORESEES TROUBLE IN ACCEPTANCE Pastor Church Takes Rockefeller's Cash, Quits When OPENED MONDAY With Full Corps of Teachers a BU; Attendance. artd After of Only a Few Will Go to Washington by VVai Captain Ed Farley in Quandary Operations Expanding In Indusof the Pacific Coast. Hours. Over How to Raise Funds.' trial Lines. . WILL MAKE THEE NEW TEACHERS EMPLOYED THIS YEAR. DEATH COMfcS AS SHOCK TO MANY FRIENDS AND RELATIVES. 300 SPEECHES TO 3.000.000 HRST PAYMENT ON SCHOOL PEOPLE, CLAIMS DUE IN OCTOBER. RECORD OUTPUTS THE RULE IN STEEL TRADE. -- GIVES UP PULPIT SO AS NOT TO BE SCAPEGOAT. Tho public school at this place opened Mouday morning with a full corps of teachers and a largo Tho best of inattendance. structors have boon secured, and no doubt Earlington will again stand to the front this year with ouo of the best schools of tho county. 333 pupils wore enrolled up to yesterday. Tho following aro the teachers employed, and the grades them, with the number of pupils in each grade: Grade I, 50 Miss Mothers- head, teacher. Grade II, 53 MisdLois Willis, ed teacher. Grade III, 51 Sisk, teacher. Miss Huby G. Miss Grade IV, M-- Martha McGary, teacher. Grade V, 49 Misses Murrell and McGary, teachers. Murrell, teacher. Kemp, teacher. Grade Vfo 24 Miss Katie Grade VII, 30 -- Miss Minnie Grade VII, 10 Miss Minnie Kemp, teacher. Grade IX, ft K. Y. Maxey, teacher. All of the teachers named fbovo taught here last year with 10 if of Miss Minnie E. Mur rell, of Columbia, Ky., and Miss Martha McGary, of this city, aliases Kemp and Murrell como to us recommeuded as teachers of exceptional while Miss McGary teaches this year i or the "BLACK MAMMY" &&& first time, but starts well DEBS AT AGE OF 109 for liorchosen work. School opened in splendid or- Caroline Thompson, of Christian der, and with increased attendCounty, Was Probably Oldest ance in nino grades, which will Woman in Kentucky. bo taught this year. Hopkiusville, Ky., Sept. VS. Jumped Off Moving Train. Caroline Thompson, of Hubbard, Monday about. Juoou Alvin probably tho oldest womau iu Price, of Nashville, Tonu., eur Keutucky, died at hor homo ou route to Evansville, jumped off Durrett avenue, in this city. She a moving train at Fleming curve, was 109 years 0. age, according about ono mile north of this to records iu the families of citicity, and broke his right ankle zens who owned her as a slave. uud sprained his right wrist. She was born hk Virginia, and Price was steal uig a ride and was brought to thib country by tho train ran over a tortedo and Johu Meader, a pioneer. She lie thought some one was shoot- was the last of a family of 25 ing at him. Ho is a stove pol- children. Up to a week ago her isher by trade and was going to health was remarkably good. He Evansville to secure work,. typical Southenifinum Sho was was atteuded by Dr. A. O. Sisk my, ami had many devoted white aud sent homo on 51 at 4:150 p.m. friendsju tho city. -, . exceptions Elsie Hani'ock, wife of J. 8. Hancock, died at the St. Bernard hospital Tuesday night after a brief illness. She was taken very ill Tuesday afternoon, and was attended by Drs. Johnson, Nesbit and Sisk, of Earlington, and Strother and Bone, of Madisouville, who, :ift-j- j cr u consultation, thought an operation necessary. She was removed to tho St. Bernard hospital at 8:00, and steadily grew worse until about 8:15, when she expired, in spite of all medical aid could Jo for her. Mrs. Hai'cook was born in Butler couuty 2i years ago, and was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hawe.-At an v trly agu she moved with her parents to Madisouville, where she resided until a few years ago. She was a member of the M. E. Church, South, at this place, and was an earnest worker. She is survived by her mother, two sisters, Mrs. Boggess, of Drakes-buro- , and Mrs. J. N. Stone, of Sturgis, aud two brothers, Ed and Heury, her father preceding her to death by only three weeks. Funeral services were conducted at the residence ac 2:30 by Rev. Litchfield;. of "Madison-villeafter which a host of friends and relatives accompanied the remains to Madisouville, whero interment took place at the Odd Fellows' cemetery. Mrs. Sept. 14. PFrankfort, Ky., Sept. 10. In President Taft left his summer .uiuu iu iiiccu wic minium i"i tuu home for Washington today. salaries of school teachers for the But his way lies along the Pa- iflrst two months of the school cific coast, and before he reaches lyear the State Treasurer must the capitol and resumes . his du- hAve half a million dollars by ties at the White House, he will le second Saturday in October have traveled 12,570 miles, vis- d where the cash is coming lien zy states ami two territories' om is a Question that is duz- and made 800 speeches, shaker?. fziiuf'Captain Ed Farley, State iny, iiiuiin; wiiii . Lruu;iuiy j.w ivyti who is trying to ar persons and been seen urift tewa range to meet the payments on by three millions of his cq,anrrv- - time, men. The first naymeut on school claims will fall in October, to be SAILING DATE iJr. followed in November by anothOov. J. C. S. Blackburn Adviics Lex- - er and it is going to tax the State Treasury to meet those inglon Friends That rjg tf ,n $izri payments ou time. Collections Home September 30, irhm sheriff's do not begin to come in until the first of DecemLexiugton, Ky; Sept. 11. ber and the State-nohas but VJOV. J. U. O. B,nfckjiuni. of the little money ou hand. Captain , Pauama CnnaNZLW-- UkLUIUlUk i. .. A '.J?. to advice received' helJQjjy Farley believes in paying the school teachers first, if he can, wilJ sail for home- - on Sept.'wg d wants them to get their On his arrival will conferlth nrone oven President Tuft on his resigna- has to wait.' if somebody else iu ,s uow beild. tion as Governor. ing every effort It is said Gov. Blackburn in- money on hand .vheu i,hrnK the tends to return at once to reside ers' salaries become due. NWithin Kentucky. The total appropriation K schools is about 13,000,000 and Investigation of "Craw" Riot of this will be due Frankfort, Kv., Sept. 13. InCaptaiu Farley vestigation of the riot in "Craw," next month. would not say whether he will wheirtwo men wero killea, was ordered by Judge Robert L. be able to meet the payments, Stout, in his instructions to the but said he was doing his best to grand jury this morning at tho arrange thiugs so the cash will be on hand. opening of Circuit Court, iMass., Treu-surerw Beverly, jj pro-par- ed -- 11 He said that the soldiers were amenable to the law just as any body else and should be indicted if it was found that any of them had done wrong. The battle betweeu soldiers of the Second Kentucky Regiment Ky., Sept. 11. into Paducah, and citizens will Deputy oUuited States Marshal thoroughly by the grand jury 1:55 and indictments are expected to Ehvood Neel left here at this morning for Kuttawa, havfollow. t ing in his pocket summonses for COL. W. E. HOBSON DEAD. Dr. A. Amos aud several thor men named as defendants iu the In Command of 13th Ky. Infantry, and niht rider cases in tho Federal Youngest Federal Colonel. These men live in a Cuurr. section whero Lyon, Trigg, Bowling Green, Ky., Sept. 10. Caldwell and Christian counties Col. V. E. Hobson, the young- come together, aud the officers est colonel iu the federal army, have never buen able to serve died at the Muusford hotel last paners ou them heretofore. Be commanded the It was reported hero last week night. Kentucky iufautry that Dr. Amos had returned to Thirteenth and was postmaster under Presi- his home aiyl was practicing dent Grant. medicine as if uothiug had hap peued. bo-gone New York, Sepl. 10. BradCincinnati, O., Sept. 11. street's Saturday said : "I certainly will not stay here Operations in industrial liues to be a scapegoat, I have reure still expanding and in some signed my pastorate. I expect brandies of the iron and steel there will be trouble in the record outputs are the rule. In church before long and I do not fact manufacturing is in the care to be anybody's buffer." forefront as regards activity and So saya Dr. Chas. "Wilson, in some branches skilled work-me- u pastor of the North Side Chris-tia- u aro not plentiful enough to church. Dr. Vilson,s resupply the demand. Industrial signation has been caused by the plants that have been late iu gift to the Woman's Foreign sharing in tho revival are tak- Missionary Society of the church ing on more activity and work- of $25,000 by John D. Rockeing of night shifts is not un- feller. This money was accepted common. conditionally some years ago by Purely aistributive trade has the society. The official board probably tipered off a little at has declared against its acceptcertain centers as interior mer- ance. Dr. "Wilson was openly chants, having finished their for it. purchases, have left for their Arrested In Chicago On Conspiracy homes. Stilt jobbing trade is , Charge. good and at Fome ceuters, particularly whore fall festivals are A gigautic conspiracy it is to be by tho State Deheld purchase of dry goods and groceries and staple lines in gen- partment of Educatiou, has just eral .nive generally increased al- come to light in the efforts to though fall buying from jobbers steal teachers' examination paand wholesalers has possibly pers and sell to applicants for Edwin Kirt-lState certificates. reached its zenith. earlier-gatherea negro school teacher was crops, The such us wheat, cotton, oats, are arrested in Chicago by Detective De"ng moved into market quite T. J. Parrott. Another negro, freely au . yxe gd0(j prjce(5 being O. C. Munroe, a "high-tonea- 7 realised from he ;8aj.es,0f these one of Lexington was als r-prouuets will mUKOoAeatc,. sweetheart colore" "girl? to collections. hom b' Business failure for the week furnished questions f,p prepare endiug Sept. 1, were 191 against Pherself for examination broke 166 last week, 191 in the same down and confessed all to the week of 1908; 172 in 1907; lOi detectives. Detective Pan;ott in 1906, and 188 in 1905. Fail- will be remembered as the one SAM'S OFFICER UNCLE ridded this HAS WARRANTS TO SERVE. ures in Canada for the week who successfully compares country of moonshiners. number 25, which Goes to Kuttawa to Serve Summons in with 83 last week, aud 34 in the CENTRAL BANK IS ADVOCATED same Week of 1908. Connection With Night Rider Cases. be-leiv- ed y, d one-sixt- h -- t1' v.,-nv- Jg s W.H. HINANT DEAD Well-Know- President of American Bankers' Man Associa- n Morgantown Business tion Urges $100,000,000 Concern. Stricken With Paralysis. Morgautowu, Ky., Sept. 18. W. H. flinant, aged fifty-fou- r years, ono of the best known business men of this place, died at his homo here late yesterday. Ho was stricken with paralysis about three weoks ago and never rallied., Auditor James to Pay Danville Claim. Delegates annual conventhe tion of the American Bankers' Association, in the openiug seshad outlined for sion their consideration a plan for the organization of a central bank for the country, with a capitalization of not less than $100,000.-00Chicago, 'Sept. 14. thirty-fifth to to-da- 0. GETS Bill TWENTY-ON- E YEARS. Old Fiddlers Contest, One of tho most amusing and interesting ontcrtaiuments over s had in this city was th.o Old Fid-dlor- NEVER SevenlyYear-Ol- TOO OLD TO Man MARRY. JOE NUCK0LS GETS ACQUITTAL. John Yates, Negro Slayir, Con Killed Soldier and is Released Ground of e. d Weds a School victed at Henderson. on the Contest at the rink Thursday night given by tho Ladies of tho M. E. Ohurch, South. W. A. Toombs lod tho crowd with a Jew's harp, on which tho colouol is an artist; while Jesse McGary captured the house with his coon songs and fiuo guitar pjaying. Juo. Knox was awarded the prize for boiug the best violin player. A large uumbor of musiciaus from all-rou- Girl of Twelve Years. Col. GlasgowKy., Sept. havintfikved diie ? 10. e Aft-te- r three-scor- ugliest, shortest, tallest, best Week. looking and best fiddlers band Paducuh, Ky., Sept. 10. which was given to White Plains. Eight tobacco burns, one wcou. taiuing 4,800 stocks iu tho proA, merchant who buys u good cess of curing, have been dedeal of bud advertising will not stroyed this week in western people be bl to convince Keutucky. ,AU the confURra- more abou that ho knows much tious havfe been unpriced tfc tikpvt to bu his stock of morchan tfao '. charged with tho jmurder of in tho Circuit Court and fixed Sergt. ' Ingram Tate, m the Somcounty, was married at Fountain erset military coirajfany, was his punishmeut at twenty-onRun to Miss Bessio Comer, a This acquitted ou the grounds of self, years in tho penitentiary. youug school girl of twelve is tho first murder trial pulled defense. years. Miss Comer is a daughTate was killed during the oif at this torm of court. ter of Martin Comer, of Fowl-tairiot in "Craw" Saturday night Tho groom is a Hun. last. ANOTHER KILLING wealthy citizen of Miles' CrossAT- - HENDERSON. White roads aud is 0110 of tho nionoor Nottonvillo, CONEFSSES FORGERY CSARGE. " and Kichbmd wore there settlers of tho county. Plains Seventh Nero Tragedy Hakes and over 500 people were in at rormtr Pembroke Man Ai rested In In Few Week, tendance. Prizes wero given to Eight Tobacco Barns Burned During ten.TllaB, s citizen-of-Milo'- a prominent Crossroads, this Houderson, Ky., Sept. Tho jury in tho trial tof Bill Yatos, a negro, for flnn.on P.I W (i hi c !i co 11. ;verdit 111 1 Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 11. -- On killug his examining trial in the Couu-t- y nrtlnr. Court today Joe Nichols, Johu 0, e n Mudi-eonvill- o, Heml-cid- e Evantville. Uendersou, Another and the seventh killing was added to the list of homicides iu this city and county last night, when Jim Nis hot nd her killed Fannie this home in color; Ky., Sept. 11. Evansville, Ind., Sept. 11. James Mason, said to have been Uimt formerly in business at Pembroke, Ky , Was arrested here today and confessed that he hud in If. vans- - ! !?? lecrn who addressed tho convention at the close of tho morning session, declared thabtho law enacted Olarksville, Teun., Sopt. 11. John Garner and Cowan Van after the panic, of 1907 (the act) was uot Dyk, two boys who rau away Vreoland-Aldricgood refrom tho Odd Fellows' Homo in perfect, but has had ConNew Providenco, wore located sults. Ho said that when at Eddyville, Ky., and returned gress met it was besieged with to the home. Cowan was work- currency exports, each doubting ing in a sawmill, but had be- the orthodoxy of the other. "I believe," said Speaker come tired of his job and was Cauuou, "that the ouly fault of willing to return. v tho euacted law is that it only It is uot perlasts six years. General Corbin Is Buried. cau bo made perfect. Washington, Sept. 10. With fect, but it If that law hud been ou the military honors benefitting his books there would never rank as Lieuteuaut General of statute have been a suspension of busthe armies of the United States, ings iu 1007, with Us issuance of tho fuueral of Henry O. Corbiu, Oleariug-houscertificates." e who died in New York last Wt lneday morning, took place A few words, somewhere majii iu this city today. ad tnrinv. mav L'ive the cl .,. ,-V1 th a host barsam Is. bring results, Runaway Boys Are Found at Eddyville. h .- The central bank plan as a preFrankfort, Ky., Sept. 10. Auditor James has arranged to ventive of a recurrence of the pay tho $2,500 which tho trus- financial disturbance of 1907 was tees of the school of the deaf at outlined by President George M. Danville claim is due them for Reynolds in his annual address. The Under his plan such a bank the colored department. money had not been paid before would be the depository of tho becauso there was a question LGovernment, which, however, where the appropriation of 1002 would not have supervision or appropriations control of its affairs. repealed the Speaker Joseph G. Cauuou, made prior to that time. "' f'""' fcttf 5 ' 0 I I1 1 - Local Happenings I ( V Section 1. That from and after County Judge Wilson was In thfe 10 passago or tins ordinance it jhall bo and is unlawful for any Ilex MnEuoa tins been nt homo city Thursday. rtorson nick with chills this week. Will Morton, of MndUonvlllo, was trollingowning, possessingor or con any cowj calf bull or W. L. Hoa, who has been sufferin tho city last week. Iithor animal of tho bovlno species ing from a aoro hand for some time, ih Ed Lacy, of Madlsonvlllo, was or any goat or animal of tho goat 1b now bettor. t tho city Thursday night. kino, sheop, mtilo, horso or animal Gentlemen, we hare a fine lino of Trigg Hunter, of Ilopkinsvllid, of tho horso kind or any other live good cigars. spent last week in tho city. stook or cattlo whatsoever, to at Juo. X. Taylok. Jowel Webb and Jim Malonov tach or causo or pormlt .'to bo attach spent Sunday In Evansvillo. The dauco at St. Charles was well ed to any suoh animal, any boll, rat attended by Earlingtou pooplo Nick Long and wifo, of Madisoi tlo or other device, produoiug or cal Thursday night. vtllo, woro in tho city Sunday. cuiatou to prouuuo any noise or We have- a lot of pictures. Call Mrs. D. W. Umstead spont Tuei-da- sound, and sufloring such animal with such bell, rattle, or other wltr. friends In Madlsonville. and see them, Prices right. attached, to run at largo with- Jno. X. Taylor. Rev. W. C. Brandon visited in'the limit8of the city outsldo of and LouIbvIUo this weok. Chas. Webb aud wife and Mrflf the owner. O, P. Webb have returned from a Mrs. Leahy and daughter, Miss tho onclosuro of Soctlon 2. Any person who shall fishing trip to Green River. spont Sunday In Evansvillo Annlo, violate this ordinance or do any of Wanted A room with a quiet Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hodgo and sorA tho acts forbidden In tho first section family. Vacant or furnished. AdCharlie, were in Nortonvlllo Sun thereof shall upon conviction there' dress The Bee H. X. day. of, bo (Inod for oach offence not lcs Judge C. C. Givens, of Madison-vlllMelton Fletcher, of LoulsvilU'i than $5 00 no moro than $20.00. And waB a spectator at the Old spont Monday and Tuesday in th tho action of suoh offender Is so atIFiddlers1 Contest Thurday night. city. taching or Buffering to be permittod Thomas Crabtree and wifo left daughter, Mrs, Thos. N. Black, of Provldenctf to be attached to such animals night with his Tuesday night for Texarkana, Tex. R. G. MoEuen. Ho goes to was in tbe .city Saturday on btf9' which ispormltted to run at largo, They will remain about one month. Btich boll, rattlo or other device, Thursday to perform the ness. shall be doomed a seperate oifetiRo We can frame that picture. Any- ceremony in the marriage of his S. W. Mothershead, of Evansvlt' thing you need in this line let us nl6ce, Miss Louis Collins, of Hop- - was In tho city a few days ltt8t for each day such animal Is so permitted to run at large with such klnsville, to Mr. Earskie Reod. Jr., week. have your order. ,. Jno. X. Taylor. of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Reed oh" Mis3 Aunio Miller, of St. Louis,' V0!1' ratt, or otner dov,ce . Section Tho Chiof of Police Miss Aunio Leahy will leave for will leavo immediately after the Mo., visited Mrs. Dan Sullivan last a. I policemen and peace ofll- school next week. She will attend marriage for St. Louis, where week. . .1 ... ... .It f,l they will make their home. L,,u Bl11' iiy ru nureoy ui- the St. Bernard College at NashMr. and 'Mrs. W. L. McGary, of cers OV "Laugh and the world laughs Richland, were m the city last reoted.emPowere(l nna authorized ville. to dotaV" anU renove from any Daughters of Confederacy with you, is the slogan of the week. The will have charge of the rink Thurs- eccentric comedian, Mr. Robert Mrs. C. H. Lynn aud children left such aniJJml nnv Dol' rattle or wliiV'1 may De attached to day, Sept. 23. All go and help a Dalton, aiid his merry company, Saturday to visit relatives in St. thorn, at (V10 timo tllfiy may fld who will be seen at the Temple good cause. 1 in Chas. any such aV"1 ninn,nffftt '"go T. Louis. H. D. Cowand, of the Arm of Theatre on October Thos. E. Flniey, next Judge of with same nStacl,ed s" said boll, Vincent's latest laughing success, Barnes, Cowand & Co., is in the The Hopkins county, was in the city rattle or otheif Novice, being held by mer- "When His Wife's Away." Eastern markets buying fall ' ' story of "When His Wife's Away" Monday. the officer so jremovlng same, sub- chandise for his firm. Mr. and Mrs. "ft. M Salmnu, of Ject to the iruer or tun owner, begins with the rise of the curtain H. D. Bourland and mother nud and continues In a gale of wit, hu Ilsley, were in the city a few hours ii. hash, iiayor. Mrs. Stevens spent last week in mor and clever dialogue until the Tuesday. Attest Chicago buying fall merchandise final scone. Mirth and jollity Paul P. .Piuj':- , clt c,ork-Ea-l'-19)3 are Bob Fenwick and wife, of Howlv.y Sept. 13. & Mothersheud. for Bourlaud ,k-the predominating characteristics ell, Iud., are spending a few days in Bart Sisk, of Madiionvllle, is the of this clever offering aud to mfss tho city. A GOOD REASON. artist that does the chawing on seeing it, is to miss the comedy Audv Dasher, ot St. L- -J Mo" the picture that aro shown at the treat of tho year. Mr. Bolton and vimK.,1 hiB Riufor m La Sullivan,. rink. He is an artist in that line. E&rHngfon People Can Tell You Why his company, which Is said to be au last week. Jesse McGary, of Richland, was excellent one, enter into the spirit It Is So. of Madison, MiSFiIda Francisco, the feature at the Old Fiddlers' of mirth witli an unction that is In. visiting the family of W. S. Contest Thursday night. Jesse can fectious, .that carries the audience Ind.w Doan's Kidney Pills cure the ..nwell. make a living as a burnt cork artist. through the play in a whirlwind of rf Andy Howell aud C. H. Lynn left causo of disease, and that is why Miss Frank Campbell arrived in laughter. Tuesday for Louisville to attend the cures are always lasting. This remedy strengthens aud tones up tho city Wednesday from Hopklus-vlllWar Cry Affrighted H?,tflens-Alleluithe State fair. "Ctory was a tho kidneys, holping to drive out of She will resume her duties or Hallelujah Rev. Howard Brazzeltou aud wife as milliner for Barnes, Cowand & victory by the Sax 'us under St. Qer-the body the liquid pnlsuiis that Picts and Britons. of, Macon, Ga., aro visiting in the cause backache, headache and dis3 over tr The Christians His t 01fi winds, of Houstonville, and so terrified all shouted "Alleluia!" city tills week.Z tressing kidney and urinary Miss Hattle Wallace, of Grand her took to flight. the heathen that they Ky., nau,e.drned and resumed Earlington people testify River.;(a trained nurse) is with the to permanent cures. work in tho public school at this family of Sam Carr. place. Miss Willis taught here John Daveuport, Wilson St., We Know. , year. Mrs. Nick Toombs and children Earlington, Ky., says: 4I suffered last "Ah! what is staler than a stolen W. D. Cunningham, of Tokyo, Jest?" sighs a sonnetteer in a current spent a few days last week with more severely from kidney trouble than words can describe. My Japan, will lecture at the Christian periodical. We have the answer. The friends in Sluughtersville. c MrB. C. M. Young church, Sept 21, 7:15 p. m. He will Jokes in college magazines. and children back was so sore and lame that I Bhow pictures of that Country with of near Allensville, are visiting the could not do any work for days at a Teachers Wanted. time. The kidney secretions wero family of Dr. C. B. Johnson. afiterioptican views. The demand for teachers who have scanty and thero was a constant M. Howell and children been Brick Sowthworth, who has Mrs. A. with the 1st and 2nd Regiment, K. been trafned in the Western Normal left Monday for Harrlsburg, III., to pain In my back which completely is greater than the supply Tho blinded me at times. I often beS.G.,as assistant commissary officer, visit relatives for a few weeks. came dizzy and dark spotB appeared kaa returned home. Brick repot ts a Fall Session opens September 7th. W. H. Moore, Republican candi befoie my eves. Write President H. H. Cherry, Nothing helped swell timo but lots of work. Bowling Green, Ky., for informa- date for ropresentivo of Hopkins me until I procured Dean's Kidney county was in the city Monday. Misses Minnie Kemp aud Katie tion relative to free tuition. Pills at the St. Bernard Drug Storo Murrell, of Columbia, Ky , arrived Miss Colia Backus, of Evansvillo, Co. I felt bettor after taking them Shoes of Ancient Jews. Saturday to tako their places in the who has been visiting- Miss Annie a few days and from that time on I Shoes among the ancient Jews were Leahy for two weeks, returned home Earlington Public School, where improved steadily until I was well." made of loather, linen, rush, or wood; they will teach the coining year. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 and soldiers' shoes were sometimes Sunday. burn Co., Buffalo, Mrs. Jas. Long leturned to her cunts. Foster-Mi- l For Sale One Mnllins "Get-ther- made of brass or Iron. Her New Yoik, sole agents for the Unithome in Nashville last week. duck boat. In good condibrother, Alvy Shaver, returned ed States. tion and Just painted. For further Dally Thought. Remember the name Dohp'd Information address sorrow of yesterday is as noth- home with her. Tho and take no othor. H. B. MoEun.v, Dr. Mrs. L. M. Rico aud little hon, of ing, that of is bearable, but that St. Charles, Ky. is gigantic because indis- Louisville, aud Mrs. T. M. of Euripides. of Clay, vlHited Mrs. Frank TAFT REVIEWS Commencing tonight, after Col. tinct. VETERANS Fox last week. Toombs's lecture, Manager McGary Excells All Others. Mrs. L. E. Egloif, and daughter, Grand Army Men March Before the will put on a vaudaville attraction, Mr. Jtirdy Lowry, Wilmoro, Ky., Miss Ruth, returned home Monday, President In Their Annual T'heByers Children. Don't fail to says: cured some very sick after spending a week with relatives Review. hear them, also the lecture of Col. chickens "i with your Bourbon Poultry Cure aud find it to be tho best poul and friends in Nashvllfe, Tenn. Toombs. Bevoily, Mass., Sept. 11. This has i Bernard used." Cigar salesman wanted in your try remedySt. nave ever Mining Co., been a great day for Beverly, for Sold by Died of Lockjaw. locality to represent us. Experi- Incorporated, drujr department. President Taft, for the first time durence unnecessary; $110 per mouth londay night Lobony Vance, ing his vacation, consented to appear Stick to One. at a public function, and reviewed the and expenses. Write for particuThore Is more than one road to suc- col., use 21, died of lockjaw at annual parade of thp Grand Army Cic.-aCo , lars. Monarch cess, but no one ever gets there by his home in this city. About post ot Essex county. Only tho flam-ea- t St. Louis, Mo. trying them all. Detroit Free Press. ten days ago he accidently shot pleadings of sovoral of tho W. A. Toombs will lecture tonight persuaded Mr. Taft to break hi.nself in tho ear with a small at tho rink on Juptha's Daughter, rule. Cures Fine Turkeys. 22 Ik was attonned by hisTho old soldlois turned out about or Soloman's Judgment. Col. Mrs. H. A. Sutzer. Stophonsburg;, Toombs Is u man thaw has studyud Ky., Hys: "Your Hourbou Poultry Dr. A. O. Sink and tha wound 2.500 strong, and there was a bis henlou and apparently ho had crowd of spectators, who wanted espeon these subjeots and will no doubt (Jure Is alright. 1 hail a flue en siok with cholera she could cially to see the chief executive of hare them in hand. not eat and it ourad hr. 1 also recovrod, but Saturday tetanus the nation. Mr. Taft rodo from bis from which ho died. houso in his automobile to the enA. J. Bennett, one of out popular cured her. I also oured my chick-o- sot, in of citizens, has announced hinisatt a Sold gapes with it." This u the first case vo lmve trance ot one ot the side streets, anu by St. sat In his car as tho Grand Army candidate for olty Judge at the elec- Incorporated, Bernard Mining Co., over had in this. drug dopartmaiit. mon passod by, roturnlng their salutes tion In November. Mr. 1'unuett has with his usual good naturcd' smile. been with us for n long time and is Amendment to Old Proverb. Envy. an honost, upright man juid is Neer look a sift lioss Deputy, Who Killed Man, Dies. Thoro worthy f uny trust the peopl may 'oath, but f you do, keep oue In tho lpotod in Is not a passion so stroiigly oyo on Loxington, Ky, Sept. 11. Louis the human heart as envy. place in him. "our Oncers " Grogqr, deputy sheriff of Wayno counSheridan. ty, who was shot In the political faction feud battlo in that 'county last This Will Interest Mothers, Saturday Is dead. Ho mado a dying statement in which he said ho shot Moiliei t.ray'i Sweet Powdert for Children, a Isaac QlaxK anothor deputy shorlff ceit.un iklit for rerUhnen, lioadaclie, Uad who was Instantly killed. Stomach, Teething Diiordo i I y do-vlco Rus-sollvillo e, Mr. J. D. Meaoham, tho lco man, is on tho sick list this week. Born to tho wifo of Eugeno Kp-neon tho 16th Inst, "a flno 12 pound girl. Paul M. Moore and son, Paul, Jr., aro oxpeotod homo today from Now Jersey, by way of Culver, Intl., where Mr. Mooro ontarod his son, in tho Military Academy at that place. Among thoso from Earlingtou who attendod tho dance at St. Charles Thursday night, were Jewell Wobb, Jas. Malouev, W. H. Leahy and wife, Miss Annie Loahy, Mrs. Elsie Miss Cella Backus, Gilmer, Miss Mablo Gough and Lawson Miles. Thoy all roport a goocLrdW. viulte a number of our boys, who lovo tho nntlonal game, will go to Louisville Sunday to witness the, Minneapolis and game between Louisville. They aro Geo. Gormon, Clay Stokes, Roy Davis, Bakor Ed Long, Leo Harrison, Mike Long, Chas. Webb, Ernest Newton, L. L. Goodloe and others.v Rev. J. D. Frasor, of Louisville, stopped over In the city Wednesday n, WltfHW,MH"Wnt"l"H-'t-'T'Wifr't $! ORDNANCE. I T7 The Moving Tlirong UL i .? rhoOltv Counoll kvs: of tho City of rlingtou, Ky., do of (lain as fol YOUR ALL AND WINTER OUTPIT bo snre you want them right In stylo and unquestionable In quality. Then your safost guide Is Tho High Art Store a storo of forty vc.us experience in outfitting Men ami Boys, with a reputation of one quality; the "Best," and ono prlco to all. f The Hat, Tho Suit, Tho Overcoat, Tho Shoes. To Fu-gat- e, We aro roady to sorvn you hotter than ever such a fhowiug of Fall and Winter Wear, wo'vo never made before-Hi- gh Art Clothing for all purposes or calllngB Knox Huts, Manhattan uJ Eagl.e Shirt?, Hanau Shoes. Thoso are but a few of tho many now Fall lines that are horo at your servlco, and at Evansvllle's lowest prices. You know about our fare rebate plan. IT PAYS TO TRADE HEBE Hop-klnsvil- le I Call in person or let's hear from you by mall or long distance 'phone. ' Mrouse & Bros. Evansville, Ind. 1 do-vlc- e, mmhwmmtw jA. - r SCHOOL DAYS We have a complete line of Tablets, Pencils, Pens, Pencil boxes, , Mucilage, Library paste and etc , at unusual prices. e. a -- com-plalnt- s. PERISHABLES are receiving California Peaches, Plums. Michigan Celery and Concord Grapes, as well as other products in season. Your business solicited. e M 1 e" Cean Grocery WEBB BROS,, to-da- y New-cum- b, Props, p mwm,mwmtmmmjmmimi EYE STRAIN, Iniporfootion at a weak point. You don't want to Joso the uko .of jour eyesight, ho avoid straluiiiB your eye In any l$Htter bear the maimer. mIIIh luoonvonlence of kIhsbhs likfl nny other unnatural pressure, is bound to crcnto a now h vet-ora- nll. tur-ko- y than to permanently injure vour Hensu of slttht. Xf your Tappuu's, oyes pain you, or if ynft suspect weakness In your vision, have a consultation at M. H. n X C0PVRI0HT AR.ECV fi. II. TAPPAN, Jeweler and Optician, . tarllngton, Kentucky, Does not Color tho Stops railing; Hair Destroys Dandruff Ingredients; lair i AYER'S HAIR VIGOR An Elegant Dressing; Makes Hair Grow Sulphur. Glycerin. Qulnla, Sodium CMorld, Capsicum. Sage. Alcohol. Water. Perfume. A Iialr orenaratlon made from this formula Is harmless, yet possesses positive merit. A balr food, a hair tonic, a hair dressing. Consult your doctor aoout these hair problems. J i' ATita uminiiT, Lowell. Miu They late the Dowlij anJ dottro) Woruit Lrcuk up Coldk in 14 houri They are to pleat-aFarmers Union Adjourns. to the tatlo and barmlett at milk Blrminghan, Ala . Sopt. 11. The Children like thorn Oter 10,000 tettimonialt of curei. Farmers Union Annual convention adTneyneicr fail. Sold by all drugglm, ijr journed without making public tho Ask Don t accept any lubttltulo minimum price dt'oided upon for cotton, but it Is almoHt unlvci sally uudoi-stooy Q TRAINSPAIUY to HETOERSOM VIA LOU8SV8LLE tffi L, H. & St. L Usually. Judgf of human naturo usu.illv makes a mistake in bis estlinaio pjtj to be Mlftteu ceuts. SaTyc'Jrr Lv. HHNDKRSON Lv. OWUNSRORO Ar. LOUISVILLE CAYJRAINSi NIGHT wrz ma'iUW iuatffl fj i m e - iir - .TL V I Vim W- oiMifi JtItcikI -l L, ET" H. & St. L. mm C L310A.M. Egulpptd with Pirlor Ctrr S!t.pr I'i ?-- I 12.38 P. 8J2 ISifi.U.riM.'.M. 3 45 " H 7 40 " I iuy.iJot)Q,' . ui If epOWUpI'iy uays Lu' jrlfe'8 Sad Facts. go, bu EQUIPMENT Flrtt .ni 1RXTRSi'Ii' i Fri R.IuIq( Ckilr Can, Clm Coch. en lrge oiuPflfH ngmvf-lr'---VA 'ff'ifrjWjfrEWfr.w- i- 8 KILLED AND 15 N. lightly Iajsrsd. INJURED IN WRECK hurt. W. L, Thomasson, Pcachtreo, 0., left shoulder and arm Locomotive Blasts. flf. gtf MMtwWvwl MMf J "N v BorTeylag New Line. R. W. Boyd, Almond, NO., Passenger Train and A Fast right shouldor hurt. Cadiz, Ky., Sept. 0, Tho TMrs. L. M. Loo, Tullahoma, crowd of railroad engineers Freight Crash Together right shoulder hurt. which left Hopkinsvillo about a While at Full Speed. Mrs. Tomplo Lunsford, Mur- week ago for tho purposo of makphy, N. O., shoulder and ueck ing a survey from that place to FIRE FOLLOWS AND BODIES hurt. Pad u call, spent last night here. BURNED IN THE DEBRIS. Mrs. A. 0. Thomassou, Mur- They nre working .o day about phy, N. 0., loft ankle and shoul- seven or eight miles oast of here With tho building of the Wreck Caused, It It Said by Passtnjer der and neck hurt. between here and Hopkinsville South Bend and Logansport Crew Overlooking Order. May Thomasson, Murphy, N. nnd will probably roach Cndiz railway, connecting South Bend 0., right arm hurt. about the last of tho week. and (.Logansport, Chicago aud collision between In a head-oMrs. Mary J. Jackson, Louisville will be connected by L. & N. Switch it Removed. passongor train No. 1 nnd fast Lean Brauch, Tenn., right arm ' trolley. Tho franchise granted Tho L. & N. railroad switch, freight No. 51, on tho western nnd back hurt. compnny by St, Joseph aud which oxteuds into the Herman the a division of tho Nashville, Mrs. Joseph S. Livoly, Mo- Marshall countios provides Manufacturing Company's yards & St. Louis Railroad Minnville, sprained knee. that the road shall bo completed yesterday morning at 7:45 Mrs. John Dunn, Cumber- on West Ohio street, Evansville, by Juue 1, 1911. has boon torn up by a force of o'clock nt a point about two and land Furnace, nose hurt. Railroad Magazine of October one-haTho railroad com miles west cf Pegram Mr, John Dunn, Cumberland workmen. uso has published the names of sotno pany will nave no turtiior Station, a few miles below Nash- Furnace, nosehurt. for tho switch, now that tho 12 or 15 railroads in ths United ville, eight persons woro killed Mrs. Sam Warren, Nashvillo. Herman plant is permanently States that have ordered millions outright aud fifteon wcro more-o- scratched under right eye. of dollars worth of new equipclosed down. loss seriously injured. Al Mrs. M. J. Gillam, NaBlmlle, ment to bo delivered in tho near though no official information slight bruise on hip. Arrangements aro being made future. This indicates a healthy was forthcoming from officers of In addition to these, two othrepre- business condition. the road, it was stated by an ers had been treated by Dr. to place "train auditors" senting the accounting departemploye of tho road that tho Geo. Craig, who has been cleric. Duncan Eve, their names woro ment on tho Illinois Central wreck was causod directly from left at the mfirmary after tho will take at the Antler Hotel at Madiaou-vill- o the fact that tho crow of tho physician went to his Church system. These men has accepted a position as . . .. ? passenger tram ovenooiceu. mo street oflico nnd could not bo charge and collect tickets and brakeman on the Henderson DiThey will relievo ensh fares. orders to pass tho freight at obtained. Nashville Tonnessoo-au- . conductors of this work and the vision of the L. & N. Pegram Station. latter will hereafter give their Miss Beatric Burn, of Evan-stoAt tho timo of the collision 111., is visiting Mrs. Wilentire timo to the operation of NOTICE both of the trains wcro running This move on tho liam Buckley, Howell, Iud., the trains. at high speed and although both Of Application for Restoration to Cit- Illinois Central is in tho inter- this week. ongineers applied the est of tho public and with the Operator Forest Baskett, of izenship. brakes, the distance idea of insuring greater safety Howell, Ind., spent Saturday in trains was so small nt tho George Tliompkltifl, who was con- in the handling of trains. It the city with friends. time when tho ongineers woro victed of Malicious Cutting in tho has been the experience that the able to sec tho other train, that Circuit Court of Hopkins County, running of a passenger train and A Sufferer For Twelve Months. thoy mot without diminishing nt tho May Term of said Court, the the collection of tickets is Every other had failed: "Wo had ft retheir speed to any appreciable 1000, will a9k the Governor for too much work to insure per- just as Boon be without quinine as The passenger train storation to citizenship and all who extent. to no out Tonic. will notify the Governor, fection in both. It often occurs One of theoi liugnes' uiiin cures of most wonderful was running at about forty oboct nnd state in wrjllug any objection. that a conductor must give his chills and fever came under my miles an hour and the freight, Septomber 7, 1909. A man suffering for timo to the collection of tickets, observation. months from a most about twelve which was going down a very which is clerical, when he should obstinate attack of chills aud fever NOTICE heavy grade, was making about every that ho,, could bo ou the platform or steps giv- tried of, nil remedy purpose. I per to no hear tho snino speed. The impact of ing or receiving signals or or- suaded him to try a bottle of Clttho two heavy locomotives Of Application for Restoration to Hughes' Tonic: from ders. Whilo collecting tickets over twelve mouthB ago, that time. izenihlp. he has u')t could be hoard for miles and the the operation of the train may nail a cniil." sola by DriiKCists people for quite a long distance 50c. and $1 00 bottles. John Garrett, who was convicted be neglected and accidents havo .Freparea by Koblnson-rottCo., were nblo to hear the sound, of shooting with intent to kill lh tho been traced directly to this dou Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. which sounded like tho booming Circuit Court of Hopkins County, at Thoro will be no ble duty. of a cannon. tho September Term of said Court, change NOTIBE in the salaries or titles of Tho point on the road at which 1004, will ask tho Governor for restho conductors and they will tho accident occurred is one of toration to citizenship and all who continue as in tho past to be Of Application for Restoration to Cit4 will notify tho Governor, and tho most dangerous on the divi objectIn writing any objections? izenship. state masters of their trains in everysion for the reason that thoro is 2nd September, 1000. thing except the collection of a very heavy grade here, tho road Milton Sharp, who was convlctet faros ant tickets, The. auditors Vv NDTJ'OE,, , of Housebreaking in the Circuit broken by many- sharp ' carves 4.r-- v ftvill have nothing-whateveto Court of Hopkins County, f at the and bridges, spanning crooks nt jdo'with tho operation of trains. Term-o- f said Court, 1875, will ask intervals of about overy three Of Application for Restoration 'to Cit Under present arrangements restoration to Lclti- izenship. or four hundred yards, liesidos they will retain specific runs, bat, zonslilp aud 'all who object wfll not! these danger very there is fy the Governor, and state In writsteep ombankmeut on ono of tho Gorge Lunefunl, who" was Cir- if conditions appear to warrant ing any objection thoy will be changed to other 8rd, September, 1909. Housebreaking' in xp tracks, and but for tho good cuit Coitrt qI. Hopkins County, at divjsiqns. For tho purpose of fortune of tho pnawuger train th Octobor 'form of Court, 1890, oo$ having a vary heavy train, tho will ask the Governor fqr restoVa-tio- a ascertains tho nmouut of work to citizenship aud all 'who on special runs a "flying squad $r.mkai coaches would probably havo r.ni mmm o t V 1wf IVI A" object will notify tho Governor, and ron" win uo ionnoci wincii uu-d9 beou precipitated down the state In writing any objoctlon. the direction of the auditor S. It. DRIVER, RDITOR Jbaukiuont. September 7, 1909. of passenger rqcoipts will take The Dead. chargo of trains for a week or a NOTICE Joe Gowcr, passongor engiRev. Eavns, being somewhat inmonth and thus dovolop tho situneer of 504 Eighteenth Jvenue, disposed, Bev. H. Amos filled the ation. puip't at tho Baptist churoh on north, killed aud body burned in Of Application for Restoration to CitThere is some change for tho Sunday. izenship. wreck. better in the condition at the Rev. T. O. Stoner, pastor of tho Jess Tatkington, freight enLouisville & Nashville Railroad A. M. E. Zion churoh, will preach gineer of 807 Eightoonth avenue, David Jackson, who was convict- shops in Now Decatur. These his farewell sermon next Sunday ed of Larceny in tho Circuit north, killed aud body burnod. court Grand of Hopkins County, at the shops are now working six days night at 7:30. All are invited to Will Morgan, traveling engi- October Term of said Court, 1881 a week a part of tho time. This hear him. neer of 227 Fourteontluyivonue, will ask tho Govornor for restoration is tho first Frank Belletour is still vory sick timo thoy have workto Citizenship nnd all who object at this writing. north, killed,, aud body burned. ed six days a week since March, the Governor, Walter Konclmiiessonger. 010 will notifyany objection. and stato 1908. Tho forgo shop which Mrs. Nannie Randolph, of Sepwriting in 3rd. visited Mrs. John ChrisBorryhill otfllfi and body tember, 1909. was closed for several mouths, tian last week. burned. oponed vesterdny, aud it is said Lcvoley Vance, bou of Thomas Sam Whitod, 1813 CJraudy NOTICE that this department will now Vuuce, who acoidently shot him street, fireman on froight, killed continue iu operation. It is said self while hunting recently, died Of Application for Restoration (o Cil- and burnod. Ho that tho traffio on tho road, both troin athe elfeots of tho same, Tho was promising young man. S. B. Wolp, Bums, Touu., Izenshlp. froight and passongor. is on the bereaved family have our sym- head brakemau on froight, Robert MoNary, who was convict- increase, and it is beliovod that pathy. killed. before many more months that Miss Lottie Gatewood will vislt W. S. Stalcup, mail clerk of ed of Chicken Stealing in tho Cir cuit Court of Hopkins County, at there will be a greater chaugo for our city on tho 24 of this month and .Martin, Tenn., killed and burn- tho Soptember Term of Court, 1902, tho better in.tho condition of tho deliver a lecture at tho A. M. E. ed. Zion churoh the same night. Miss will aBk tho Governor for restoration shops. Gatowood lias accoptod the position L. 0. Baily, mail clerk of Mar- to citizenship and all who object Tho Teuuesseo Central Rail- of Supervisor of Iudustral Work m will.notlfy tho Governor, and state tin, Tenn., killad aud burned. in writing any objection. road will havo a now Presidont Children's Home at Hownrd Serlomly Injured. Washington, D, C. Ord, Septomber 1009. soon. This fact has been adBob Hailey, fireman No. 4, mitted by Mr. W. Q. Lorch, who Mrs. Ha Goode, of Houdersou, NOTICE is u personal representative of who was the guest of Mrs, S. R. Nashville, two ribs broken and Driver laBt week, returned home left side iujured. Mr. S.M. Feltou, Chairman of Monday. 01 Application for Restoration to Clt the board of Control. Mr. Lerch The young people of the A. M. E. Ellis Martin, couductor No. 15, Izenshlp. also denied that Mr. A. B. New- Zion ohuroh will givo an entertain1117 MoGavook street, Nashville, injured in head and internally Jerry MoNary, who was convict- ell, of tli9 National Lino of Mex- ment on Thursday night. Wo trust thoy will havo a good crowd. (may die). ed of Housebreaking in tho CIroutt ico, has beou elected, as was inMrs. Heury Ray and family vUlt-e- d Capt. T. Jobo, Burton, N. 0., Court ot Hopklus County, at the dicated iu a dispatch from tho her daughter, Rosio, last week at September Term of said Court, 1002, Chicago Rocord-Horalright side and back iujured. Wheatoroft to tell her good bye. will aBk the Governor for restoration A big deal lias been closod by She returned Sunday and will leave Wm. Lunsford, Peachtroe. N. to citizenship eaud all who object tho Chicago aud Western Indi- for Buxton, Iowa, Saturday, to join 0., right arm and shoulder will notify tho Governor, and Btato writing auy objections. ana Railroad whereby title has her husband. bruised. Ord, September, 1009. Reuben Slantus entortained a few neon acquirou to a nau squaro Mrs. T, Lunsford, Penohtree", a to bo used as a tjorminal station, friends at an elaborate dinner ou K. 0. Job Work Promptly (Jane, according to accredited reports the Oth, this, being his 21 birthday. n Ghat-tauooglf n, in real estate circles. Th rail road company has closod practically tho purchaso of the west side of Stato street from Polk street south to Taylor streot. In certain, quarters it is tieleivod tho plan contemplates the erection of a big terminal station to furnish facilities for tho Chicago and Western Iudinna, Santu Fo, Wabasb, Grand Trunk, Motion nnd Chicago and Eastern Illinois. TO THE PUBLIC. We have decided to do hereafter a strictly cash business. FIRST Because the dating of millinery is short as compared to other merchandise and in order to meet these bills in time to give our customers the benefit of the discounts we receive we must have the money to meet them when due. SECONDLY- - In order that we may do the best possible work and give our patrons complete satisfaction in every detail. Every particle of our talent and every minute of our time is required in our work room, we therefore haven't time to get out and collect these old accounts. THIRDLY We can then give our patrons the benefit of the lowest possible prices, thereby saving them the percentage which is always lost when doing a credit businoss. This means that we will treat everybody exactly alike, and we will have no pets or special friends to whom we will extend credit, so please come prepared to pay for the goods when you receive them, as under no circumstances will we charge any goods after publication of this letter. We regret exceedingly the conditions that have forced us to this step, but they are unavoidable and henceforth we will conduct a strictly cash business. Miss Georgie Bishop. Respectfully, My Formal oppening will be Sept. 24th and 25th. My business will also be governed by the above rules and conditions. Respectfully, Mrs. C. F. Shelton, emer--gonc- y bo-twe- on esskssrshrshjS5M5b.v, assMsaspasssaapsasR Save your Library Slips, - They appear even issue, et r IS ac - r III SEEING BEL! EVING We want to show you something that we are mighty proud PROUD why bless you, we were never so proud of anything before. You'll hardly. believe us till you see it but, really, it's a positive relief to look over our new Fall and Winter sample line. You'd better drop in today or tomorrow for a chat and see the line for then you will know why we feel so enthusiastic. You'll be glad you took the time for it's educational it's interesting. t con--vlct- ed or $0' rom m Mum ' - WE CAN'T Madl-sonvlll- e, SAY ENOUGH good things about our tailoring it's skillful made to fit your individual figure pattern made especially for you no stock from a GENUINE TAILORING patterns it's REAL CUSTOM HAND WORK MADE BY MEN TAILORS. For your own good or at least to get posted we cordially invite you to call and look over these handsome samples we will expect you. ip Unl-versar- y, We are impatient to know your opinion even if Remember you are not ready to place an order. we are looking for you. d. GRAND LEADER, - II Earlinglon Kentucky. ci riruuiiimJHmmmm &t' f rS IT" ; ! oj9ee ! ee'eee Subscription Rates Year Six months Three months Ono 1.00 60 . MtHr Announcements Circuit Judge. TAXING FRENCH LEAVE OF THE EARTH CITY DIRECTORY. CITY OFFICERS. H. RrbIi. Police Judffo ErnoRt Nowton. Chlof of Poilco Wm. Uradloy. KiRlit Chief Olarenco Mitchell. Tax Assossor City Clerk Paul P. Prlco. Treasurer Frank II. Arnold. City Physician W. K. Nlsbot. City EiiRlnoer F. D. Rash. Wood Street Cmnmlsslfliicr-llob- t. Counollmon Jno. Jl, AtklnHon, Mndlson Oklliain, II. C. llourlaml, I,. H. O'Rrlon, Goo. O. Atkinson, TIios. Blair. Mcotlng; nlttht first Monday iilulit in each moiitli. School Trustoo Paul M. Mooro, Roard of Honlth Ed M.Traliorn Jno. X, Taylor, Curtis 11. Johnson, If 8 EDITOR AND PUBLISHER THOMAS WAND BUSINESS MANAGER PAULM. MOORK. 25 G Slnglo copies Memheref Kentucky Press Association end Seci Spcclmon copies mailed freo on Application. Correspond ontfl wanted in nil parts of tho county. Addross us for par-ticuln- We nro authorized to announce J. F. GORDON as a candidate for circuit judge of tho Fourth Judicial District, subject to (he action of the Domocrat'ic primary. Commonwealth's 0JSmSk MayorJames I Attorney. District Publishers League Telephone 47 Thursday September 16, IMS CORRECTION. county work; two Indictments. In our Inst issno wo published John V. Waldcck, contractor; two a telegram from Oweuaboro un- Indictments. A. II. Ready, contralcor; two Iny der tbe headlines of West dictments. Coal Company Bankrupt. Wm. W. Kelly, contractor on good tfHia is an error. Tho telegram roads work; two Indictments Blkmld have read Kentucky Coal Koa-fcUfck- We are authorized to auuouuce JNO. L. GRAYOT common-wealth- 's ns a candidate for attorney of the Fourth Judicial District, subject to the Democratic primary. tor was indicted. Tho state may recall Polce Captain John Ileum, who testified that he had seen "Mlko the Pike" Heltler, a resort keeper, count a largo roll of money and then go into McCann's private M.D. Poatniastor Clias. Cowoll. LODGES. Sr Masonic Lodge E. W. Turner, No. 543 moots 1st. and ilrd. Fridays In oaoh month. moots ovory Monday and Thursday . nights. Visitors welcome. . Victoria K. J. PniMitrs, Boo. Lodtfo. No. 81, K.of P. Miuinc Company. Tho West Kentucky Coal Expectation Is That CWJnpany of Sturgis is a very Nominee Will Measure Lances With Texas Solon. BfcffonR company and is enjoying prtwpWty, while the Kentucky Dallas, Tex., Sept. 15. In a speech OM. M ining Company is a small before an enormous crowd here concern near Morganfiold. William Jennings Bryan scored Texas Announctment BRYAN RAPS SEN. BAILEY office. bellow Citizens: Having been earnestly solicted by both parties til become a candidate for Police JWge of the town of Earlingtou, aMti after duo consideration, 1 hiive decided to make the race ; Wiieiving it to be a very important position, and having a desire tg Rttaiu those honors, I earnestly hsk your support at the Nov- I ; fc I New Orleans, La., Sept. 11. Following a midnight council at which it was decided to assassinato Petri Gla- ember election. If elected I cona, a wealthy Jtalan wlno merchant eiUOl ever be at my post of duty and his son Carradl, a group of black-han- d men dashed past the Qlacona ni ilie discharge of said office, home, formerly Iho residence of Genbsleiving that the citizens of eral Beauregard,ln a wagon and fired Earlington will give mo their L0VETT WILU)IRECT U. P. fifty shots in tin dwelling. The Glacona f lmlly had just loft the harty supporter, said election, for front porch anji none of the shots wliitf I shall ever feel grateful. William Rockefeller and Jacob H. reached thehvlntended victim. Schlff Also Elected to Harriman Jcjph"'and Salvador Cardone were I am youre Fraternall, Executive Board. arrested on information obtained from A. J. Benkett, their who told of New York, Sept. 15. Directors or tho night council, nieces,who September 15th, 1009. and said that the Southern Pacific railroad elected "Tho vendetta was on." former Judge Robert S. Lovett as Notice to Grain Dcalen. a The attempted assassination chairman of the executive committee, sequel to tho Glaconas slaying is four ho Merchants Exchange of yice E. H. Harriman. Jacob H. Italians last winter. Their victims, St. Louis extends an invitajtiou Schlff and William Rockefeller, who who were alleged blackhand men, had were elected to the directorate oi the frequently tifc every Grain and Elevator exact Union Pacific, wero elected directors ing money blackmailed them, and come to St. Louis during of the Southern Pacific, and also made finally grew wine. Father aad aon mm 'to tired of being bled, and week of October 4th and 9th, members of the executive committoe, one evening Invited the quat'tetta to which also was Increased from five supper. During the meal the men if he will send his naWe td to stx members. Bureau a visitor's ticket to The election of Judge Lovett as said they wanted $500 or the whole "Bj" floor will be family would he killed. They loqted issued, good for chairman of tho executive boards of the wine cellar, rtfeara$e to tta .both the Union Pacific and the South(HaiH room' drunk, rraWefr ttteff de Says. (a takes In Wall Street as ern Pacific 1 who lnv'p ever; lived iu Sf . a indication tfest the Harrimah In- tt&ds: 'for &eeri T'3iacoMi 3& HTcuHvqfvuiv enij mpiii l wmw Kte especially ucgeu w terest still centra) the great syatom. im -- senators and representatives who voted for a duty on hides, denounced them for violating the party platform pledges and for aiding Cannonlsm. Tho speech Is considered as a direct challenges to Senator Joseph Bailey, although Bailey's name was not mentioned by the Ncbraskan. Texa3 politicians In discussing the speech declare there is a strong possibility that Bryan's winter home near Mercedes and only a short distance from the ranch of Charles P. Taft may become his permanent residence and that the challenge to Bailey Is strong enough to Imply that Bryan may intend a personal campaign against him. It is even hinted that Bryan may become a candidate for the senate from Texas. Body In Water Has Stab Wounds. New York, Sept. 1C Tho finding of the body of a man who had been stabbed several times In tho back, in the bay close to tho Battery wall, has given the police another murder mystery. The body has not been Identified. AND IT'S NOT A FLIGHT OF FANCY. MAMAMMMWMAWVMMWWMM CHILDREN ML II PLOT TIFT STARTS NEW FIGHT ON TARIFF LOVETT NAMED CHAIRMAN ii Y. Q. Wai.krk, Sec. Goldon Cross Lodgo, Earlingtou, No. 525 moots 1st. nnd Drd, Saturday night in each month. Mits. M. B. Lono, Soo. Degree of Honor, No. 10 meets 2nd and 4tli Saturday nights In oach Miss LfzziK Huff, Soo. Lodgo, Enrliugton Bon Hur Court, No. 65 moots ovory-2n-d and 4th Friday night nt now Victory K. It. and S. Hopkins Lodge, A. O. U. W. No. 501 incuts every Thursday night. Eknest Nr.wTON, or V month. MAFIA COUNCIL BOMBARD WINE MERCHANT'S HOME. HARRIMAN'S SUCCESSOR ON U. P. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Rockefeller and Jacob H. Schlff Get Places on Board Morgan Interests Not Represented. con-tlnuan- ' Attempt to Avenge Slaying of Four by WILL UNFOLD TO WEST THAT Graconas Is Failure Two Are BILL WAS SIGNED BECAUSE Arrested. BEST OBTAINABLE. HOPES FOR RADICAL REFORMS One of the Principal Objects of Trip to Coast Is to Explain Why He Signed the Tariff Bill Passed at the Special Session. Beverly, iff Mass., Sept. 11. w E .! , 1 take part in tbe Gon ir ial Celebration oi tue m- - BUSSE IS IN GRAFT TRIAL M0 ration of tbe ciiy. Chicago Mayer and Hk Secretary to Be Subpoenaed by pallce InspecT duceJT rates oujall railroads. tor Mc&nn's Counsel. Jt;cMJcrrr Bubsau, of Commerce, Chamber Chicago, Sept., 16. Ik the trial of St. Louis, Mo. Police Inspector Edward McCann on a o and i -- . charge of accepting 0 GRAFT HffS SOCIETY 1BT jfrtaAe-Wid- e ' tlon of Names of Men Charged With Bribery. Toledo, O., Sept. 15. keepers, announced he would summon Mayor Busse and hlB secretary. Bernard Mullaney, following the testimony of Assistant Police Chief Schuet-tie- r that "Monkey" Charles Qenker. a INDICTED ARE WEALTHY resort keeper, had lodged a formal AND INFLUENTIAL. complaint with the mayor against Sensation Follows Publics- - McCann some time before the Inapec- graft from resort "-&- 1 x Grafting oper ations aggregating $00,000 wero and seventeen business men, Dme of them among the wealthiest most prominent In. the state, "mite indicted by the special grand Imj investigating charges of bribery w4 grafting in Youngstown and county. A sensa-tiofollowed the publication of the wefi ef indicted men. Warrants were issued for their arrest, but In no aae was it necessary to serve them. Baca of the indicted officials voluntarily appeared before Judge Robin-seearly Is the day to arrange for bds. Judge Robinson fixed the boad at $1,000 for one count and $2,000 alwve that. In each caso tho men were ready to furnish it. following is tho complete list of Iad4ctcd men: North Nowton, now of Virginia, Jwier president of good road3 throe Indictments. ifcin'uel Brunstcttor, member good rotfrts commission; seven Indictments, ,hmes Price, president good Toads eowinlsEion, seven Indictments. corgo Weslot, member good roads c()8jmlb6ion; two indictments. Ma-boge- When Sick Women suffering from headache, backache, pain Inside, cr nervousness, or any ether ailment resulting from female trouble, should get Cardul and use it regularly. Cardul has been found, by thousands of ladles, to relieve female weak-nes- s, by restoring to health the weak womanly organs. y state-wid- e a com-wfanlo- Mrs. F. S. Milt, Murletta, CaW., tried Cardul and writes: "I don't think anyone can politiJbiin R. Squire, cian and former member city board of PHWc safety; ono Indictment. "barren II. Kalo, county commls-He- r and member of tho court houso building commission; three Indict- well-known MOHtB. IjwIs II. Youug, county brldgo and roads contractor, soven iudlctments. M. Xt Mllligan, contractor; six Thomas J. Hellrldlo, member city ij o'f education; one indictment. ifgo w. XtiPDio. conrtactor doing , , s- - m . IbaJrloou, . s. recommend a medicine more highly thaa I can Cardul. I bad a mishap, folbwed by Inflammation. I positively I would have died, had it not been for Cardul. When I began taking it, I could not g atasd on my f csL After two bottles, I was cured, and I now weigh 165 pounds." Try Cardul it will help you. Sold everywLere. B45 ve tak-to- A, question will bo reopened during the Taft administration oven during the first term of the administration, should there be two of them. The president will pry oS the lid in the speeches In the west, and through tho tariff omntlssion, hopes to bring h about a radical change in the bill ia the next four years. The president has Indicated that he 'intends to tell the members of the Boston" Chtaaber of ComAecce next why to is setoff t tinr Tuesday coast and through the oewf, Xaat ad third8nndayatlla.ni.and7:30p.m. will be on the eve at his ( yJWfGS MUMS Prayer meettey Wednesday ovwili It was learned that hm' t7:30. Saaday-echeat fhM ctoal objects of the trip is te 6Mhl UA&irstty ef WftMfsn Veil Player ClasB- meettag, second Suniay at ;io the couatry why he elgaed the ti With Police Has Conference btw Wm 10:fra. rfl'. Key. J. H.Emtaryyjjiif 1ft Ml passed at the extra sessgpjr. hi MlllfMNf Wystery. Cin ..their tamigwm lEpworth League J. 3. Itaa-ceefatftNKYlU&wVte4MMM To geche tfcat he ereeldMttf president. Meete ovary Sunnukes oa the subject will be ftfet ely -- HlfUTf his day evening vy badly wounded Detroit Vet at 6:45 p. ra. at ttie, defensive, but will carry the aromls promis OwMI. aside at MethodlatrEptscopal Church, Soafrh of further downward' rerislaa in fee his BlrttMkNLfeemt was All aro welcome. future. It will 1)0 arj tkC' the 4uUeaci. Fre4 Dc Staging, ... M, E.Ohukoh. Booth , UMrtffsityr of W. bHI was the bejrt that (MM fet Mlcafcaa taseMR O.Brandon, pastor. Services or Three Others Injured afcrf Cottage Is talned at the time, but the president player has bee mentioned la every Sunday at 11 a. m. an Wrecked When Qteeiino will state plainly that ho is not satis- CfitaBto yfth the tttNer e 7:80 p. m. Sunday school at VM Stove Exploded fied witfl the result, although he RtUaaa volua&rily cfe to a. m. Prayer mooting, Wednesday slgaed it at 7:30 o'olnnV. tro. Detroit. Re weaf Immediately t police evenings Minneapolis, Sept. 1. An exploIt is probable that the president headquarters for a secret conference worth League, every Sunday evening sion In a gasoline st6ve"setilre to the will In each of his talks oa this subat 0:45. Ladles' Aid Soolety evory summer cottage of Robert A. Walsh, ject point out that he; by bis ewn' with Captain of Detectives McDon Monday afternoon. Ofllclal Board nell. meeting Monday aftor flrsc Sunday at White Bear Lake. , personal efforts, obtained reductions He Twelve members of tho Walsh fam on many commodities, but tho wool ceived brought two letters he had re- iu eaoii luouiu. from Maybelle Mlllman, it is ily were asleep In the house at the schedules, which Missionary Baptist Church Senator Aldrlch eald. Preachi itho fourth Sunday at 11 time tho explosion occurred. called the backbone of the tariff, will All morning McDonnell was closeted a. m. aj.d to p. m. and the procod Constance, aged 9 months; Robert, bo attacked by the president with Prosecutor Van ZUo, going over ing Satur a- - night. Church meeting aged 8 years, and John, aged 4 years, The chief executive realizes, partic- the details of the girl's revolting Saturdn nl7l before the 4th Sun were burned to death. ularly since the tariff bill was signed, in an effort to decide whether death day. .unda w'ool at 0:80 a.m. they William, another son, aged 9 years, that tho west has not accepted free Prp warrant for Dr. a :',iti ueeM.ititvfrv Monday night was terribly burned about tho head, hides nor a normal reduction in the should apply for a -v ii Grlgson, Pastor C arms and chest, in his heroic efforts duty on coal as a "real downward re- George A. Frltch, the physician arrest-don suspicion of having connection 1 to save his little brothers and sisters, duction," and ho will say so. The j hAi Church. six of whom were sleeping In the sec- administration explanation will be with an alleged operation on the girl. S' rv esba.i rday nJ&ht bofore the hr Sun jay in eaoh mouth at 7:80 ond story of the cottage. that what was obtained was tho bust BOYS FIND WOMAN'S BODY r ii flip Sundayntlla.nl. and 7:80 Sarah, another daughter, was badly obtainable, but that tho administram i rayer moetlug Friday oven burned about the arms In her efforts tion Is not through with tho tariff. :8Q. Rov. Bumpus, pastor ii.to help tho Imprisoned babies on tho It is bnllovod thct the president has Supposed to Have Been Murdered l RKBHYTHRIAN CHURCH Last Fall When Campers Were h second floor. considerable power uadt?r tho recent i.a. Regular services first Tl jrsd.i in the Vicinity. Mr. Walsh, the father, was also bad-l- revision for a tariff commission and nt 7:80 p. m. and third bundt at burned. He attempted to fill tho that he expects to uak tho next con11:80 p. Nevada, Mo., Sept. II. Llyod and school m. in eaoh moot . Sunday reservoir whllo one of the burners gress to take up ""w the work of each Sunday in re nt :8C , was lighted. rtvlBlng tho tar U schedules down-- Wilbur Fenton. two boj-3- whllo play. o'clook. Ing near a deep gulch on their father's arJ. Information from 'ha west, includ- farm near Sandstone, In this country, FEDERAL SUITS GOING ON ing editorials fiom many Republican saw a piece of silk cloth partly burled Berlin's Women Detectives. papers in the country districts, prom- In tho ground. Ono of tho boys bulled Action Against Railroads Not Aimed Berlin is to have a corpB of women ise that the presldt nt will be taxed to at tho cloth and disclosed the fingers at Harriman Personally, but detectives. Ten women have been tho limit of his power to "square" and arm bones of a human being. Corporations. Further examination Saturday dis chosen for tho purpose, and will be himself with the people of his party closed that a woman with her skull put to work on cases roauirlne femt- Washington, Sept. 10. Tho death there. crushed had been burled there. No nlae latultion as fast as thoy arrive. The criticism that of B. H. Harriman will not nftcct tho most seriously here is is viewed the flesh was on the bones. The police department believes that not that from federal suits pending against his railTho woman is supposed to have been wore are numerous crimes that women can deal with better thaa rata. road lines. These suits aro against the domains of Senator La Toilette murdered last fall, when two men and the railroad corporations and not or Senator Cummins, but from tho a woman were seon camping near tho Republicanism of Illinois, against Harriman 'personally. Skyscraper Tariff Duties. He gulch. A few days later the woman disBrazil has some corking tariff duwas named In them as an officer of Indiana and Ohio. appeared and two dayB afterward the the corporations. men departed. Nothing found near to tiespenknives, 291 por cent; screws, Will Divide $18 Among Six. 334 per cent; iron racks, 430 per Tho most Important of these suits New Vork, Sept. 11. While the gen- tndlcate who the woman was. cent; iron bits, 526 per cent; school Is that against tho Union Pacific merchalk, 652 per cent.; key rings, 629 ger of the Southern and Central Pa- eral public was wondering how the Sutton's Body Being Exhumed. would dlspoao will of E. II. cific railroad properties. Washington, Sopt. 14. In a final por cent American canned vegetable It was of something Harriman like S100,00(T,OUO, the t brought under the effort to prove the Injuries from which pay duties of 349 per cent; canned laws. other sldo of life was thrown upon ho filed wer not There aro a number of cases against Mrs. fruits, 415; onions, 616. Philadelphia the Harriman linos bofore tho Inter- tho canvas when the last will and tes- Sutton had the body of her son, Lieut. Record. state commerce commission. They tament of Mrs, Sarah Flynn was ad- J. N. Sutton, was exhumed at Arlinghave to do with tho railroad cases In mitted te probate. She bequeathed to ton National Cometery. No bones wore One Solution. A Pennsylvania man has solved the tho territory west of tho Mississippi. six members of her family a total of found to be broken. relatlve-ln-laproblem. The supremo court is expected to de- $18 and to a favored daughter her When his Washington, Sepi. 13. Postmaster wife's family visit his home and stay cide a case early this fall in which household property and a lawsuit. General Hitchcock "s preparing to In over time he charges board and has tho power of tho commission to make Hoo Ho o.s to Meet In Frisco. stltute an Inquiry to determine wheth- tbem arrested ii they rofuso to pay. Ia and enforce rates is brought squarely Hot Springs, Ark., Sept. 11. San er tho $50,000,000 which tho govern this way relatlvcs-In-Iacan do muck before tbe highest tribunal. This case Francisco was chosin as tho meeting meut annually pays the railroads for toward making happy homes. Baltiaffects all tho Western ralhoads. place for the next annual convention carrying the malls Is too much or too more American. of the Order, of Hob Hooa, little for tho acrvlco performed, rx A uuiuti nature u ' i r vt'S a mistake In bis estlmrv ) com-mlttc- Tho tar- Payne-Aldrlc- ?& Joitx Wand, Scribe, Stand walto, Tribe No. 57, Rod Men moets every Friday sloep. C. S. Okknshaw, O. of R. "V New York. Sept, 14. Tho Woodmen of tho World, Catalpa of the Harriman policies In the management of Union Pacific, Camp No. 801 moots ovory Wodnos-- . Southern Pacific and the chain of al- day night. All mombors aro earcertain nestly requested to bo Micro. was mado lied railroads temporarily at least, when Robert S. J. S. Hancooic, Clerk. Lovett, E. H. Harrlman's personal counsel and close friend, was elected Modern Woodmen of tho World, to succeed Mr. Harriman nt tho head No. 11092 meets overy Wednesday. of tho executive committee of tho Y. Q. walker, Soo. Union Pacific railroad." Elks, It. P. O. No. 738 moots a To strengthen further tho domin Madisonvllle Monday night. ance of the "Harriman Idea," Jacob Jns. E. Francoway, Seoy. H. Schlff and William Rockefeller, Visiting aro both heavily interested In the Harri Invited to membors any cordially of these attend olected Lodges. enterprises, were man In placo of Mr. Harriman and directors tho late H. II. Rogers, and also were CHURCHES. chosen to places on the cxecutlvo Cathomo Chuiiok. First mass every Sunday and holy day at 7:00 The Union Pacific still remains a. m. Second mass and preaohing a presldoat, as Mr. Harriman 0:80 a. m. Vespers and bonodlctlon 7 without occupied this position also. It is p. m. Rev. J. P. MoPariand, Pastor. understood, howovor, that an operatGhkibtian Bandav. ing man, prob&bljrlj. F. Lereo, presi- school at 9:80 a.Church. m. Preaching overy dent of the SeMnvwraaaa Hudson, will Lord'B day at 10:45 a. m. and 7 p i Be elected ttt nt flaoe at the annual m. Prayer meeting ovory Wednos. mcettag t stockheMers Octoter IX day at. 7:80 p. m. iC. X; Ckvbok. RecRlM seryie Hall. vi ouizzso tjrt ol - ?i. c, 4m( Explosion kills three ne d - n. May-bell- t'i o 4 1 aitijt -- .ya - y j.lis :). .1 v iock-rlbbc- d anti-trus- i .L .. -- .L WWS.' .1 ,- '- ,Air.- f J' i.i WM.frf - yiiwniiipj! .,.illif.ir,i,. ,,! .il.ii lyppipppp t wyim L. A. N. TIME CARD. i Time 01 arrival of tralnu passim? through and departure of trains originating at Earlimtton. Etfootive Sunday, May 4, 1000. No. No. No. NORTH 110UNI). 7.05 a. m. 11.27 a.m. 0.57 p.m. Bi.... C4 11.27 p.m. HOUTH HOUND. &a 4.80 a.m. 05.. . 4 8.88 a. m. Gl 4.20 p.m. 03 10.53p.m. 92 62 '" 'J, 'j u I'a v 5 hi ,.u. r" .o At'sep. re enlicr tho n i acm-o- la hyp- - at v minted h.nisclf Into a nad a. c Ui'bB J Inability to t th2 .iMtti.r has snld must do. i itf an Indication of a iinssed beyond the con' up i oasussor or of attention drt It concentrates Itself on fv n.d faeo of tho spenker, to ami of thought expressed by r. ' No. " Some of these eggs sow going Into cold storage may novor como out again, but will remain, like tho gold reservo in Uio Bank of England, as a part of jthe capital stock of the cold storage concern, In somo futuro geological era, as thoy aro dug up, tho experimenters of tho day can havo great fun seeing whether or not they will hatch out. Chicago Nows. CW Storage Egf. ' INTEKURBAN TRAINS. NoitTir No. No. No. No, No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No ... .. . st.an Advocate On J 8.39 a.m. 11.00 a.m. 2.03 p.m. 110 c.04 p.m. SOUTH HOUND. 103 7.50 a.m. 105 10.00 a. m. 107 12.07 p. m. 109 H.20p. m. 111 7.25 p.m. 101 100 103 hound. I. C.R. R. TIME CARD. Time of doparturo of Illinois Con-ra- l trains from Nortonvillo, Ky. No. No No. No. No. No. No. No. NORTH BOUND. 102 1.23 101 8.40 a. in. 122, local paes.10.45 a in. 1110. local 0.30 p. m. SOUTH BOUND 4.03 103 1.40 121, local pass. 1.23 185 local pasB 5.53 101 p.m. a. m. a.m. p.m. p.m. The Road to Success hus irmny obstructions, but none so dosporate as poor health. Success domnnds lipnlth, but Electric Blttors is the greatest honlth builder tho world has over known. stomIt compells perfect notion otpurifies ach, liver, kidneys, bowels, nnd enriches tho blood, and tones and Invigorates the whole system. all druggists. Vigorous body and kJon brain follow their use. You can't afford to Wants a Ham 8andwlch Mine. slight Electric Blttors If weak, runGuarReally, we cannot fully express our down or sickly. Only 50c. pleasure at tho discovery of a new anteed by all druggists. diamond field in South Africa. Now, it a ham sandwich mine, near enough Simple Cure for Stuttering. to Macon for our children to work in, A German writer declares that stutcould bo located, our happiness would tering can bo cured by simply enbo complete. Macon Nows. forcing the rulo: "Do not open your mouth till you aro quite clear In your head exactly what you want to say." Constipation caurei headache, nausea, dizzito-da- Bald Mountain. On a lonoly night Alex. Benton, of Fott Edward, N. Y., cllmbod Bald Mountain to tho home of a neighbor, tortured by Asthma, bent on curing him with Dr. King's New Discovery, that had cured himself of asthma. This wondorful medicine soon rollevod and quickly cured his neighbor. Later it cured his son's wife of a sovoro lung trouble Millions bolleve It's tho greatest Throat and Lung euro on earth. Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hotnorrhngos and Soro Lungs aro suroly curod by It. Besttfor Hay Fevor, Grip and Whooping Cough. 5Uc, and $1 uu. Trial bottlo free, Guaranteed by Night Fate cf the First Reformer. Tho first reformer in any movement has to meet with such a hard opposition and gets so battered and bespattered that afterward, when people And thoy havo to accept his reform, they will accept it more easily from another man. Lincoln. y One Can Repulse er Attack. Enthusiasm. Nothing Is so contagious as enthuIf you would remove ovll, do good. Do a growler and you will drive men siasm. It is the real allegory of tho and women away from you. Be sym- talo of Orpheus. It moves stones, it pathetic- and you will attract the charms brutes. Enthusiasm Is tho gonlus of sincerity and truth accomworld. plishes no victories without it Lytton. A Hurry Up Call. Quick I Mr. Druggist Quick I A Don't let the baby suffer from ectema, sores or any itchlnff of tho kln. Doan's Ointment box of Buoklen's Arnica Salve Here's a quarter For the lovo of Kites Instant relief, cures quickly, Perfectly Moses, hurry Baby's burned him- site for chldren All druggists sell It. self, terribly Johnnie out his foot Saved by Brass Helmet. with tho nxe Mamie's Hcaldod Brass Pa can't walk from piles Blllio has fighters helmets worn by English fire occasionally prove useful. At bolls and my corns ache. Sho got it and soon ourod all tho family. a recent flro 14 tons of glass fell on It's tho greatest healer on earth. one mnn's hend nnd completely burled him nnd when he had been dug out Sold by all druggists. down to his shoulders another shower Algeria Taking to Condensed Milk. of glass came down and burled him Algeria, In common with many other ngain. Ho Was In a hospital for four of the backward countries of tho oast, monthB nnd glass was coming out of Is taking with avidity to ono product dlfforent parts of his body for six of western civilization oondensed months afterward, but ho is still ono milk. Tho Swiss exporters get nearly of the best men of his company. all tho trade. Bui-wer 1 Electric Bitters it is tho best medicine ever soM over Succeed when everything else Mia, In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have teetiied. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER ANtt STOMACH TROUBLE a druggist's counter. Kini1 Uean th OATOJRIA. fcttft x"8 YooHawWjgg Signature of a&i Rules for Right Conduct. If you want to bo somebody, do something in tho world which will benefit yourself and your fellows, lay tho foundation of character strong and solid to resist tho temptations nnd trials tho world will put in your wny in your onwnrd march through life. Nail your colors to the mast ot Integrity and defend them with tho ammunition of right thinking and well doing. Never can tell when yon'll mash a finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or scald. He Prepared. Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil Instantly relieves the pain quickly cures the wound, On Husbands. Thore is always tho consolation at the bottom of the cup of splnsterhood "Better no husband than a bad one.' And tho bad ones are Frances, in London T. P.'s Weekly. over-plent- ness, languor, heart palpitation. Drastic physics gripe, sicken, weaken the bcwels and don't "Had dyspepsia or Indigestion for jean'. No cure. Doan'a Rcglets act and ftcntly cure con- appetite, and what I did eat distressed mo ter stipation. 23 ceuts. Ask your druggist rlbly. Burdock Blood Bitters cured me.',' J. II. Walker, Sunbury, Ohio. A Burglar in Town Ho his name is "bad cough." doesn't care for gold or sllvor but ho will steal your health away. If he appears In your house arrest him at once with Ballard's Horehound Syrup, it may moan consumption if you don't. A cure for all coughs, colds and chest troubles. Prico 25c, 60o. and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold by St. Bernard Drug Co., In- visisW .Vssssssssss -' &--sr sssW Tooth Health follows only-thin-g New Oliver No. 5 Sets Swiftest Pace Ever Known in Typewriter Selling. rveyed Land Tho London Times shows that Arabia is containing ono of tho able areas of unknown ence. In Arabia. of recent data considered as most considerland in exist- i; Tho wondorfu now modol.Olivor Hoppity Hop. No. 5, has taken Aro you Just barely getting tho market by nround by tho aid of crutches or a storm. a cane? 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After that, answors with its unexampled versa- mice, rats and English sparrows, tility. served whole, aro in great demand Its visiblo writing saves tho and come nearest their natural food. strain on eyo and bralu. Its legibility louds boauty to its These, if not too largo, thoy will swalwork. Tho lottors that boar tho Ol- low whole. St Nicholas. iver imprint aro the letters that seen to speak. To Be Happy "yolIyoTNoitSviairly bristles with, you must havo good health. You new and oxoluslve good health: If yoar features. We have spaee to mentioa can't havo It's duty alowbtit liver dure is uot dblticr Imuor tat ones. 'poisoning onlr a few of the mora .. . .Li:-- - is going1 on nil tb Min snow wriu indicator am anaer suon ciroumsiwuuesj ,. V eXAcfpriQUOt potat. . perfectly r BHUtintr Mecnswura lard's Herbinepa the stomach IleKltblx II saw wpnruva effort. is bowels right and Jawing Devico ine xor audthe entire system. setB as a tonic for HiTOig, WOT. Sold by St. Bernard drug store, -- S&uble Release doubles coave 1 fill-otlme-and-savln- g. True Love. There Is but ono mate for each man nnd woman in tho world and until thoy recognize tho fact and learn with patience to await the noto of absolute conviction which is tho one infallible guide to happiness, marriages will fall as thoy fail now and the church will givo Its empty blessing to those pairs whom God forever leaves unblessed. Exchange. and keep his big toe still. If the women will induce their husbands to take off their shoes before they begin to question them they can catch them in a falsehood every time. Atchison Globe. Pig Errantry. The report of tho cattle market committee presented at Colchester town council tho other day contained an item as to a pig starving, followed by "Resolved, That the town clerk communicate with the offender, warning him against committing any offense iu future." It was touching to hear that penitent animal giving its word of honor that nothing of the sort Bhould occur ngain. London Globe. It Note for Wives. is said that no man can tell a fib corporated. Tooth Cleanliness cr rubbing where the needed for thorough tooth cleansing and tooth health, most any dentifrice or a plain brush and water would be good enough.. But this would not Ut the germs of decay. friction Cheerlness. Cheerlness is a thing to be moro profoundly grateful for than nil that genius over Inspired or talent ever accomplished. Next best to natural, spontaneous cheerlness is deliberate, intended and persistent cheerlness, which we can create, can cultivate and can so foster and cherish that after a few .years tho world will nover suspect that it was not an hereditary gife. Helen Hunt Jackson. The Spinster's Prayer. "Dear Lord," Is the favorite prayer of an Atchison spinster, "mako mo to see every time I come to theo with complaints what my married brothers and sisters have to put up with from their children, that I may cease my complaining, and be duly grateful that thou hast seen fit In thy wisdom to mako a carefree spinster of me." Atchison (Kan.) Globe. Maybe He Does. H)RMAXi)lN TOOTHPASTEr" reaches and destroys the germs of decay without in any way, shape or manner attacking the enamel or the gums. Wheii applied to the teeth by a brush it is dissolved by the saliva in the mouth and in this way is carried between the teeth, into decaying cavities and under the gunc A little put on a moistened tooth bnafi acts as a perfect cleanser and antiseptic even with most gentle brushing. It whitens the teeth because it cleanses them of all foreign substances such as stains, tartar, etc ' "A guaranteed dentifrice sdentifkalr made by a reputable firm. s Have You a Baby? And Then watch it closely. abovo all things don't let it suffer any length of time and with worms that is fatal. If its complexion gets yellow and pasty, If it is listless, cross or peevish, gets thin, givo it suffors with flatulence The Has Poetry Enough; Wants Wood. White's Cream Vermifuge. only cure that never falls nnd has Wo have on hand moro poetry than no bad effects. wo can wo need Mining Co., Is more find room for. What poetry Ib Sold by St. Bernard wood. It is truo the Incorporated, drug department. pretty wooden, but it doesn't fling out the warmth ot oak and pine. Wo Fate of the Spanish Woman. therefore prefer an ordinary load of Evelyn Mltford, writing in the poetry. Adams Queen, says that the women of the wood to a cord of (Ga.) Enterprise. lower classes in Spain do not mako calls nor read books, and have no "parties" la ttie American sease ot the wont; They do their household work audi to ctiUrci; aM tkatta &41 there tofcfSlMe Ur Utefi Vaelr Kw-e- -' -- A When we remember that a woodpecker often works his way into a troo with .his bill, we wonder that a woodpecker doesn't have headache constantly, Atchison GIbbe. St. Bernard 'Mining Incorporate! Company Drug Department. "" -- -. -- ,, - tgrttKsjNtttftfii wearylima A; by1 jrrr.' - Befor ;tke; mm ttMr vws-kee- ma5 USE f ja ne CKto& Irror. - B mmni. RiAlllW. Yet with aU of tfaoao ftd ded imnrovements. we have Btllfi Ah AtoMsM aa (tfastvitttfr, and when his remains were VHWet at the farther almpliflod the Ollver-b- y ' Ma funeral a placard wait- lytNf fSBlng brains with metal. Oliver No. 5 is a dream come true, breast wfetofa read: "Nbw,.wKlyeuttt me atom?" T&ero is a ged4leal of the dream of TIiosiM Oliver into this wauderful meeb- - talk about the affair. The u4ertafer aaim of shining steel that ombod'-- l says ke placed the plaeard there at tho last request ot Uw deceased. perfect writing machine. Aflk'tho noarest Oliver aqout for a Atchison Ulobe. Free Demonstration of Ollvor No. 5,. A Narrow Escape. Or sond for Tho Oliver Book yours for a poBtalEdgar N. Bayliss, a morchant of The Oliver Typewriter Company, Roblnsonville, Del., wrote : "About two years ago I was thin and sick The Olivor Typewriter Building. and coughed nil tho tltnn and If I Chicago, 111, did not have consumption, it was near to it. I commenced using My crya-taJUr- Noo-Vlbratl- Basa insure i Incorporated. -- .. Onto f ttitf I III m r themselves will wear awav.H I when they aotiee symptom of kid; noy and bladder trouble. This ii's Take Foley's Kidney mistake. Remedy, anda4op the drain on the vitality, It'oarea backache, rheumatism, kkUtey aud bladder troubles, and makes every trace of pain, weakness and urinary trouble disappear. Why suffer longer and risk having Bright's disease or Baying Many people- dolude "It aS. T. BERNARD COAL M ined in Hopkins County , Kentucky, the largest coal producing couaty in the State . This company operates dia-bete- B. Incorporated, drug department. Sold by St. Bernard Mining Co., SIGHT LARGE MINES and produces about one-sixt- - ?w tVi' fv ' rv&mmm ii ti ...THE "7 LE.thc COUCH LUNGS jr. King's . Foley's Honey and Tar, aud it stopped my cough nnd I am now entirely woll, aud havo gained twonty-elgh- t pounds, all due to the good, results from taking Foley's Honey nnd Tar." Bold by St. Bernard Mining Co., Incorporated, drug department. Bagged a White Tigress. From India comes a story of an Albino tigress: A whlto tigress, eight Chance for a Atchison people seem determined to force a certain bachelor to marry. For 20 years they havo been "talking" about him, and wondering if he is marry this one or that one. Why can't people let the poor man alone? It ho wants to be a bachelor, whose business is it? Every time he "goes" with a new girl, Atchison people begin betting on tho result. (And incidentally wo will bet five to ono that his present steady doesn't land him.) Atchison Globe. Of Bt h of all the coal mined in all Kentucky. I Best Coal for Steam and Domestic Purposes St. Bernard No, 9 Coal has come to be recognized, through years of satisfactory use; as the standard grade both for steam and domestic purposes, in the large territory reached by our products. Another point in favor of our coal is the fact that we have established go-lng- to ft"' l wax k An Unimpeachable Record for Prompt Service the Year Around y Our mines are operated more days in the year tjian any mines in and with an enormous output at command we are able to give the promptest and most satisfactory service. JJKen-tuck- v ami FOR fJTTA-- oisGovery "STOa R T'TBT? Interest to Many. Tflal BolUo Fteo AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTR0UBLES. ftgHS19 MTT!Bn OR MONEY ItEl'UNDEI). The Philosopher Ar'TOTlV fl navfrwn'iimmMmair'' of Folly. feet eight inches in length, has boea shot at Dhenkana state, Orlsso. The ground color was puro whlto and tho stripes wcro of a deep reddish black. Tho skin has been presented to tho rajah of Dhonkaua, who has had it mounted and placed In his palace. Tho hunters of that Country say that it Is tho only whlto tiger thoy havo seen. For indigestion and nil stomach troubles, take Foloy.s Ormo Laxative. It gently Btlmuates the liver, regulates the bowels, and positively oureB habitual constipation and biliousness. Clears the complexion ot pimples aud blotches, and is especially recommended for women and children, and it is mild, pleas-nand effective. Sold by St. Bernard Mining Co., incorporated, drug department. ut .- - ST. BERNARD COKE is also a superior fuel and is extensively used in base burners and heating furnaces for residences or any other building that needs to be heated, and takes the place perfectly of high priced anthracite coal. This coke is extensively used in manufactories as well and is furnished in various grades "It's lovo that makes tho world go round," says tho Philosopher of Folly. "Isn't It a pity that It wouldn't mako It go square, now and then?" First and Last. When a girl Logins to call a man by his first name, it generally indicates that sho has dosIgnH on his Inst. And So Many Do. "Dar ahr uo doubt," said Undo Eben, "dat monoy does mo' harm dan good to a man dat regards it simply ss a license to git proud an' foolish." The Proper Question. The inaa with the glassy eye and KBteraaturally solemn domeanor put 4ow a sovereign at the booking oSce at Okarlag Cress, aad demanded "a ttekat" "What station?" snapped the keeklBg clerk. Tho would-btraveler ieadlcd hlmsolf. "What stations have you?" he asked with quiet dig-ite lucoporated, drug department. four-year-ol- Testifies After Four Years. s Carllslo Ceuter, N. Y., Q. B. writes: "About four years ago Iwroto you that I had been ourod of kidtioy trouble by taking two bottles of Foley's Kidney Remedy. It entirely stopped the brlok dust sodlinent aud pains, and all ot the symptoms of kidney trouble dlBappoarod, and after four I am again pleased to statoof that I those have never had any return symptoms, and I am evidently cured to stay cured." Foley's Kidney Remedy will do tho same for you. Sold by St. Bernard Mining Co., Bur-hanon-tiro- ly Provided For. Even when the man of few words hnbn't any money to do his talking he usually has a wife. Dallas News. y, About Men. Many a man would have mora friends In this world, it ho didn't spend so much time criticising tho friends ho already has. A Great Artist. The great artist can paint a great picture on a small canvas. Charles Dudley Warner. If your Dealer does not Handle our Coal and Coke write to us. ST. BERNARD MINING CO. INCORPORATED if London Globe. Is Vain Rearet. d hopeful, who A Duluth was recolvlng an application ot the correctivo rod. looked up to his mother, who bad told him of his whereabouts, and said: "Oh, mamma, T wish I'd stayed in heaven I" c Pat's Appreciation. An artist had finished a landscape; on looking up, he beheld an Irish navvy gazing at his canvas. "Woll," said the artist, familiarly, "do you suppose you could mako a picluro like that?" The Irishman moppedyhls forehead a moment "Suro, a man c'n do if no's druv to ut!1' ho rsplied. Home Office: Earlington, Ky. Mines on Louisville & Nashville and Illinois Central Railroads y- anny-thin- g Vf jm ROBERT EDWIN PEARY Twice we were forced aground by tho heavy Ico; we had oar port quarter rail broken and a hole store la tho bulwarks, and twice we pushedi eut In an attempt to get north, but1 wo wcro forced back each time to our precarious shelter. HEAVY RUNNING ICE. Finally on September 2 wo squoezod around Capo Union ana mado fast In a shallow nlcho In tho Ice, but after somo hours wo mado another short run to Black capo and hung on to a grounded bit of ico. At last, a little after midnight of Scptomber 5, wo In tho February moon Bartlett went to Cape llocla, Goodsall moved somo moro supplies from Ilecla to Capo and Dorup went to Mnrkham Inlet on n hunting .trip. On February 15 Bartlett left the Roosevelt with Co-In- forming open water all about us. At the end of tho fourth march wo came upon Rnrtlott, who had been stopped by n wide lake of open water. We remained here from March 4 to March 11. GETS GLIMPSE OF SUN. At noon of March 5 the sun, red nnd shaped llko a football by cxccsscd reflection, just raised Itself abovo tho horizon for n for1 minutes and than disappeared again. It was tho first tlmo I had seen It slnco October 1. I now began to feel a good deal of anxiety becnuse there wcro no signs of Marvin nnd Borup, who should havo been there for two days. Besides, thoy had tho alcohol and oil, which wero Indlspcnsablo for us. Wo concluded that thoy had cither lost tho trail or .were Imprisoned on nn Island by open wnter, probably tho open leads, to make a moderation here that brought my advance and main parties closor together and reduced the like llbood of their being separated by - h i,r other genr overhauled. v gy3tf; T?y;.v ", Four months of northerly winds yi" II io.aV f ZWeS&fvri? 3E$ &v during tho fall and winter Instead of . ":. &a3d:4itMJKl southerly ones, ns during tho provious 1k T season, led mo to expect less open : water than before, but n grcnt deal of rough ico, and I wa3 prepared to hew n road through tho jagged ico for the v..sfitflv first hundred miles or so, then croso ' : up for Winter. sv put the big lead. The season was further advanced ISBu VtitHc ...? H(ftaiiA ." fav ,,. ii j .. av .:. v.v"1 t BARTLETT LEADS THE WAY. than In 1905; thcro was moro snow . on tho ground and tho now ico lnsldo On tho last day of February Bartthe floe bergs was much thicker. tt'V;. tLiMLM lett, with his pioneer division, accomTho work of discharging tho ship plished this, and his division got away was commenced at onco and rushed duo north over tho ico on March 1. Xf Hint $&& to completion. Tho' supplies and Tho rest of tho party got away on equipment we sledged across Ice and Bnrtlett's trail, and I followed an hour sea and deposited on shore. A house later. and workshop wero built of board,, '' Tho party now comprised seven By Snowsled Over the Ice. covered with sails, and fitted with members of tho expedition, 17 Eski stoves, and tho ship was snug for win- mos, 133 dogs, ana la sicuges. ono for Marvin and Borup to push on second march, Marvin obtained a ter in shoal water, where it touched Eskimo and soven dogs bad gone to after us by forced marches, wo pro- Isfnctory sight for latltudo In cl ceeded northward. Tho sounding of weather, which placed us at 85.48. bottom at low tide. pieces. This settlement on the stormy result agreed satisfactorily with wind, drifting tho lead gavo 110 fathoms. A strong easterly During this march wo crossed tho dead reckoning of Marvin, Bartlfi shores of the Arctic ocean was chris- snow, and temperature in tho minus parallel and traversed a and myself. tened HubbardvIUe. marked our departure from tho camp Hunting parties were sent out on at Cape Columbia, which I had chris- succession of just frozen lends, from Up to this timo, tho slight attltuj September 10 and a bear was brought tened Crane City. Rough ico in the a fow hundred yards to a milo In oi mo sun nnd mado It not wort In on tho 12th and some deer a day first march damaged several Bledgcs width. This mnrch was really simple. whllo to wnsto timo in observation" or two later. On the fourteenth wo got free of the On tho next two marches tho gole and smashed two beyond repair, tho PREPARE FOR SLEDGE TRIP. teams going back to Columbia for leads and came on decent going. improved, nnd wo covered good Whtlo wo wcro making camp a courier tnnces. In ono of theso marches ! On September 15 the full work of other sledges in reserve there. from Marvin carao and Informed me lead dolnyed us a fow hours. Wo Ant transferring supplies to Cape Columbia AAAMWMN'WSWAMVWWMMWriMMMMkMSMAAAAAMMMVMW PASS BRITISH RECORD. ho was on tho march In tho rear. The ly ferried across thq Ico cakos. was Inaugurated. Marvin with Dr. We camped ten miles from Crane temporaturo was 59 bolow zero. Goodsall and Borup and the Eskimos, MAKES RECORD RUN. Tho following morning, March 15, I took 16 sledgo loads of supplies to City. The easterly wind and low temTho next day Bartlott lot hlmsel! perature continued. !n tho Becond sent Hansen with his division north to Capo Belknap, and on the 27th tho same party started with loads to Por- march we passed the British record pioneer a trail for flvo marcheB, and out, evidently, for a record,. and reels . T.J nft A MI1 mado by Markham in May,' 1S76 Dr. Goodscll, according to tho pro- uu &v uitiua. uure Ainrvin ootainea ter bay. gram, started back to Cape Columbia. another satisfactory sight on latitude 82.20 and wero stopped by open waThe work of hunting and transportwhich gave tho position as 86.38 (prj ing supplies ,was prosecuted contlnu ter, which had been formed by wind M'MILLAN TURNS BACK. beyond tho farthest north of Nansem Mrs, Peary. At night Marvin nnd Borup camo and Abruzzl), and showed that wo had spinning In with tholr men nnd dogs covered 50 minutes of latltudo In threol steaming in the bitter air llko a marches. squadron of battleships. Tholr arrival In theso threo marches wo had' relieved mo of all anxiety as to our passed the Norwegian record of 86.14, oil supply. by Nnnson, nnd tho Italian record of In tho morning I discovered that 86.31, by Cngnl. bitMacMillan's foot wns badly frost From this point Marvin turned back i ten. The mishap had occurred two In command of tho third supporting or threo days before, but MncMlllan party. My Inst words to him wcro: had said nothing about It In tho hope "Bo careful of tho leads, my boy.?' I that It would come out all right Tho party from thlB point comprised A glante nt the Injury showed me nine men, seven sledges, and CO ddgs. that tho on.ly hlnff was to send him Tho conditions at this campluttr tho, baclc to CaSjS Columbuj at onoo. Tho npparently unbroken expanse of fairly arrfVal of 3Mrvln nnd Borup enabled level Ico in ,a;ry direction reminded' CONSTANT BATTLE WITH ICE AND SEA TflO ifi epdre sufficient men and dogs. jno of Cagnl's description of his farthto go ikxck wn aim. est north. , LOSSIS"SER(PUSONE. dANGErtllS ENCOUNTERED,"" This dnrly lbs's or MacMlllan: wns f- Age Belongs to not decolvod ty thoftrb seriously disappointing to me. He had pnrently favorable outlook, for avnW, a sledge all tho way from Capo Col- ablo condition never I continue forpy his enthusiasm nnd distance or nny length umbia, and with of tltu'o' III tht, tho rowers npd physlauppt the, trained arctic" regiprrt. .' Rich Claim Made Cook , athlete I had'coVoacnc'&.in. hlnl for at The next march wae over good goISCttr parallef, fcut Ihorb was least tho ing, but for tho first time since leav i ' Also Pole Is Denied by h1t..tit. ing land we cxpartencei that condi Tho besj; eledges and Com woro se- tion, frequent ovor fields, of lected and tho sledge load's brought up a hazy atmosphere, these Ice the light In which to thq ptandayd. Tho founding gavo n Is oqunl everywhere, All rellof Is do- depth pf 325 fathoiU3. strobed, and it Is imposalblo to sea sotting tho lug sail before the southIMPORTANT TO PUBLISHERS. Wo wcro ovor the continual shelf, for any dlstanco. erly wind, but a little later appearr Tho following account by Commandand, as I bad surmised, the successive Wo wero obliged In march to er Peary of his successful voyage to anco of ice to the northward stopped leads crossed In tho fifth nnd sixth make a detour around this open lead. nn the north pole was Issued on Septem- this. marches composed tho big lead and In tho next march wo encountered tho There was clean open water to ber 9, 1909, by Uio New York Timea marked the continual shelf. heaviest nnd deepest snow of tho Capo Albert, and from there scattered Company at the request of CommandOn leaving the camp tho expedition Journoy, through n thick, smothering er Peary and for his protection, as a ice to a point about abreast of Vic comprised 1G men, 12 sledges and 100 mnntlo lying In the depressions of toria Head, thick weather and dense book duly copyrighted and exposed dogs. Tho next march was satisfac- henvy rubblo Ice. fc sale before any part of It was re- ice bringing us some ten or fifteen tory as regards dlstanco and the charTEMPORARILY DISCOURAGED. produced by any newspaper In tho miles away. acter of the going. In tho latter part From here wo drifted south someI camo upon Bartlett nnd his party, United States or Europe, In order to pronounced movements In thoro wore fagged out and temporarily discourobtain the full proteotlon of the copy- what and then got aslant to tho norththo Ice, both visiblo and audible. aged by the heartracking work of right laws. The reproduction of this ward out of the current Wo worked Somo leads wero crossed, In ono of ranking road. a little further north and stopped lawpunt, in any form, without pormls- which Borup and his team took a I knew what wan the loa, Is forbidden. Tho penalties for again for some hours. Then wo again Mary Peary with Her Eskimo Dogs. bath, and wo wore finally stopped by them. Thoy wore Kimply manor with r X note tlon of this form of convrlcht In. worked westward and northward till spoiled by Impracticable load opening in front l....,',I.BIi. II &4 an the good going on the provious clsde Imprisonment for any person we reached a series of lakes, coming ously by the members of tho party .'( of us. Wo camped in a temperature and the Eskimos until November 5, marclios rallied thora n bit. lightS or abetting such violation. This to a stop a few miles south of tho of 50 degrees below. :le is copyrighted in Great Britain Windward's winter quarters at Capo when tho supplies for tho spring ened their ledgoa. nnd sent thum on At tho end of two short marches we encouraged ngaln. sledge trip had been removed from k the t,nnrlnn Tlmno f'nnvrttrUt Durvlllo. camo upon Hansen and his party In From here, after somo delay, we winter quarters, and deposited at vaby the New York Times Purina the noxt march we traveled Hw camp, mending tbelr sledges. Wo deslowly worked a way northeastward rious places from Capo Colan to Capo throt'cli a thick hnzt drifting ,over tbe voted the remainder of tho day to through fog and broken Ice of medium Columbia. overhauling and mending sledges and lei In tore a biting ulr from tho northTho latter part of September tho' thickness through one night and tho At Report on the Discovery of the North breaking up our damaged ones for east. upon tin- end of the tnnrdi wo forenoon of the next day, only emerg movement of tho Ico subjected the the captain camped beside .lame ,PoJe, by Robert E. Peary, Commaterial. Into open water and clear weath- ship to a pressure which listed it to a wide open lead with a dense black mander U. 8. N. Part II: Copy, ing off Cape port some eight or ten degrees, and MAKE FORCED MARCHES. er Fraser. water sky northwest uorth, and north-cas- t righted 1909 by the New York It did not recover till tho following The next morning I put Marvin In Times Company. STRIKE ICE AND FOQ. spring. HAS MARROW ESCAPE tho lead to pioneer tho trail, with In From this point wo had a clear run On October 1 1 went on a hunt with to two forced make structions rn t V&ttlA T4avtin. .tin We built oui Igloos nnd turnod In, nh.ntn. through tho middle of Robeson chan- two Eskimos across tho Held and marches to nnng up our average, but before I hud fallen asleep I wns sort wireless, Cape Kay. N. P.). Sent. nel uninterrupted by either Ice or fog, Pass bay and tho peninsula, made tho which bad been cut down by the last roused out by n movement of tho Ice . The steamer Roosevelt bearing to Lady Franklin bay, Horo wo en- circuit of Clemants Markham inlet, two short ones. Marvin curried out and found n startling condition of afKfee north polar expedition of the countered both Ico and fog, and while and returned to the ship in soven his Instructions implicitly. A considtPeory Arctic club, parted company working along In search of a prac- days fairs a road of blnck with 15 musk oxen, a bear and erable amount of young Ice assisted water ran only a few feet from our pvkli tho Erik and steamed out of ticable opening were forced across a deer. . in this. Igloos. lEtab ford late In the uftemoon oi to the Greenland coast at Thank God Later in October I repeated the At tho end of the tentn march, latiAugiiBt 18, 1908, setting una oi my teams or aogs nad esthe usual Harbor. trip, obtaining five musk oxen, and tude 85.23, Borup turned back In com- caped by only a fow feot from being oourae for Capo Sabine Tho weather The fog lifted there and enablo uu hunting parties socured somo forty mand of tbe second supporting party, dragged by tho movement of tho Ice wax di'ty. with fresh southerly wlndB, to make out our whereabouts and wo having traveled a dlstanco equivalent Into the water, Wt hd (id board 22 Eskimo men. 17 Btearned north through a series of doer. MncMlllan went to Columbia Prof. to Nansen's distance from this far to women. tnd tin hlldron, 226 dogs, leads past Capo Lupton, and thenco Anothor team had an equally narbay in November and obtained a his farthest north. row escnpo from being crushed by the forty odd wal.-uluuil ttut southward toward Cape Union. A few month of tidal observations, returning I was Borry to lose this young Yale Ico blocks piled over them. The Ico W i imntered tin Ice a short dls miles off that cape wo were stopped in December. In the December moon ' runner, with his enthusiasm and on the north nlde of the load was movHit ii oiitli f tho harbor, by Impracticable Ico, and we drifted pluck. He had led his heavy sledge ing around 'eastward. Tho small floor k not closely packed, and back south to Cape Union, where we Borup moved the llocla depot to Capo in. . Colan. Bartlett mado a hunting trip over the floes In a way that com on which wero the captain's Igloos by the Roosevelt stopped again. n tiitofj overland to Lake Hazon and Hansen n M manded everyone's admiration and was drifting eastward in the open 'V i'iiin' 9. rti.utf dlfliculty. SHIP FORCED AGROUND. went to Clemant'B Markham inlot would have made his father's eyes water, and the sido of our Igloos Robert E. Peary, Jr. F'N MUCH WATER. Wo lay for some time In a luke or In tho January moon glisten. Marveu threatened to follow suit Ah we niarea Capt Sablno the water, and then, to prevent bolnt; crossed Robeson channel and went after Bartlett passed. CHANGES HI8 PLAN. SCAVED BY QUICK DASH. In this march we negotiated tho weather cleared somewhat and w drifted couth again, took refuge un- to Oape Bryant for tidal and meteoroFrom this point the expedition comKicking out tho door of the Igloos passed close by Three Voort Island der tho north shore of Lincoln hay, In logical observations. Bartlett crossed lead and reached Bartlott's third prised 20 men, 10 sledges, and 70 dogs. and Cape Sablno, easily making out nearly the Identical place whoro we tho channel and made tho circuit of camp. Borup bad gone back from It was noccssary for Marvin to take I called to tho captain's men to pack their sledges and be ready for a quick wHa the naked eye tho house al had our unpleasant exverltucea threo Newman bay and explored the penin- hore, but missed his way, owing to tho a sledge from here, and J put 'iHayca harbor occupied by me in tin years before. Here wo remained for sula. After he returned Goodsall faulting of the trull by tho movement nnd his division in advance to Bartlett dash when a favorablo chance arrived, pioaoer . We hurried our things oa our vjfctor ol several days during a period of con- went to Markham Inlet and Borup to of the Ice. the trail. sledges, bitched tho dogs, and moved Mnrvln came back also for more Yram Capo Sablno north there wai stant and at time violent north, ward Lako Ha;on, in tho interior, oa Tho ceatlaua! daylight eaabled use pa to a large ice noe west of m. fuel and alcohol. Tbe wind continued. water that we thought oJ easterly winds. buntlug trips. '4 . passed through extremely heavy running Ico into a stream of open wator, rounded Capo Rawson and passed Cape Sheridan. Within a quarter of an hour of the samo timo wo arrived throo ycara before seven a. m., Scptomber B we reached tho open water extending beyond Capo Sheridan. Wo steamed up to tho end of It and it appeared practicable at first to reach Porter bay, near Cape Joseph Henly, which I had for my wlntor quarters, but tko outlook being unsatisfactory, I went back and put tho Roosevelt into tho only opening in tho floe, being barred close to the mouth of tho Sheridan river a little north of our position threo years prior. his division for Capo Columbia and Parr bay. Goodsnll, Dorup. MncMlllan and Hansen followed on successive days with their provisions. Mnrvln returned from Cape Bryant on February 17 and left for Capo Columbia on February 21. I brought up tho renr on February 22. Tho total of all divisions leaving the Roosevelt wns seven members of tho party, 59 Eskimos, 140 dogs and 23 sledges. MAKE READY FOR DASH. By February 27 such of tho Cnpo Colon depot ns was needed hnd been latter. brought up to Cape Columbia, Mio Fortunately, on March 11 tho lead dogs wcro rested and doublo rationed was practlcablo and, leaving a note and harnessed, and tho sledges and l6hgor hnd then followed When wo reached Bnrtlott's camp he broku out nnd wont on nnd wo turned In. By this arrangement tho ndvnnco pnrty was traveling while the main party was asleop, and vice versa, nnd I wan In touch with my advance party evorv 21 hours. EXPEDITIOUSLY. had no reason to complain of tho going Tor tho next two mnrchen. though for a less experienced party, less ndnptnblo Bledgcs or less porfoct equipment It would hnvo been an Impossibility. At our position at tho end of the MOVES After Bartlett left camp with Hen derson nnd tholr division, Mnrvln nnd 1 remained with our divisions 20 bourn ?4 ids. '' . . f&m$,$'-- '' ' M i . a.'-.- ' '! - ', . R- &?$& . P8 . .!.. . - JL1 jnraei-y- c rm "VimBKkVia j ITM--milH- ' i eighty-fourt- h MilER PEARY'S of f Details of Long and Arduous Journey That Resulted in the Discovery of the North Pole n Com-tpaa- , T ... view ,- - "I -""Tl 11 Highest Scientific Exploit of the America Superb Courage and Persistency Meet Reward by That lie Reached the Commander Peary. J-- - 3SIH I f1 1 CI ! .IL. I. I 'M 1J I rapidly-widenin- I ;l I g -- s. H ; $ 1901-02- Ihajr uv. HlrM)lXfViMn 4 I1UIUIU in his estliut w m ) i " 4;aiBrr-- 2 gKwfe ,.w.J-- f ' zz. ' 7 -- T to Then, leaving ona rann to look out With tho dlsappcaranco o( for tho doffs and sledgcB, we hurried I turned to tho problem before over to nsslAt tho captain's party to mo. This was that for which I had! Join us. worked for 32 years; for which I had A corner of their rnft Impinged on lived tho slmplo life; for whlclf I had the Ico on our sldo. For tho rest of conserved all my energy oil 'tho uptho night and during tho next driy the ward trip; for which I hod trained Ice suffered the torment of tho myself as for a rnce, crushing down damned, surging together, opening ovory worry about success. out, groaning and grinding, wbllo tho In splto of ray years, I felt In trim-- fit open water belched black smoke like for tho demands of tho coming a pratrlo flro. days and eager to bo on tho troll. FINDS CLEAR STRETCH. As for my party, my equipment, and Then the motion ceased, tho open my supplies, I wns In shapo beyond wator closed, tho atmosphere to tho my most eongulno dreams of earliest north was cleared, and we rushed years. across before tho Ico should open My party might bo regarded ns an again. Ideal, which had now como to realizaA succession of laterally open leads tion as loyal and responslvo to my were crossed, and after them some will ns the fingers of my right hand. heavy old Ico, nnd then wo camo to a PRAISES HIS MEN. layer of young ico, aomo of which of them possess tho Four bucked under our sledges, and this of dogs, sledges, Ico, and gavo us n straight way of six miles to Two of cold aa their heritage. the north. Then camo more heavy old floes, them, Hansen and Ootam, wero covered with snow. This was a good my companions to the farthest point threo years before. Two others, loag march. nnd Slgloo, wero In Clark's diThe next march was nlso a long one. It was Bartletfs last hit. Ho let vision, which had such n narrow eshimself out over a sorles of largo old cape at that time, and now wero willsteadily Increasing In diameter ing to go nnywhero with my lmmedl-atparty, nnd willing to risk themi covered with hard snow. selves again In any supporting party. WIND HELPS OUT. i Tho fifth was a young man who had Baring the last fow miles I walked jbeeMe him or In advnnco. He was never served beforp In any expedition, solemn and anxious to go further, but but who was, If possible, even moro the program was for him to go back willing and eager than tho others for from here In command of tho fourth tho princely gifts a boat, a rlflo, a knives, etc., B1SforUns party nn(l tbero "'ero no shotgun, ammunition, suypUes for an Incrcaso In tho main which I had promised to each of them party. who reached tho pole with me; for ho Is this march wo encountered a know that these riches would enable klgh wind for the first timo since the him to wrest from a stubborn father three' days after we left Capo Colum-Pj- r tho girl whose Imago filled his hot It was dead In our faces, bitter young heart, a ALL FOLLOWED HIS LEAD. laslstent, but I had no reason to icetanlaln, It was better than an eastAll had blind confidence so long as erly or southerly wind, either of I was with them, and gave no thought wlkh would bavo set us adrift In open for tho morrow, sure that whatever water, whllo this was closing up every happened I should somehow get them lea4 behind. back to land. But I dealt with tho This furnished another advantage of party equally. I recognized that all its ray supporting parties. True, by so impotus centered in me, and that what-eve-r doing It was pressing to the south tho paco I set It would mako good. If Jce over which wo traveled, and bo anyono was played out, I would stop robbing us of a hundred miles of ad- for a short time. vantage. 'I had no fault to find with the conEIGHTY-FOUditions. My rfoga wore tho best, the IS PASSED. Wo concluded wo were on or near pick of 122 with which we left Columthe parallel, unless tho bia. Almost all were powerful males, north wind had lost us sovcral miles. hard as nails. In good flesh, but withTho wind blow all night and all next out a superfluous ounce, without a susiday. picion of fat anywhere; and, what was M this camp, In tho morning. Cart-le- better yet, they wero all In good started to walk five or six miles to spirits. My sledges, now that the repairs the north to make suro of reaching the elghthy-elghtparallel. Whllo ho were completed, wcrp In good condiwas gono I selected tho 40 best dogs In tion. My supplies were ample for 40 days, and, with the reserve representtho outnt and had them doubled. l piCKeu out flvo of tho best sledges ed by tho dogs themselves could be )nd assigned them expressly to tho made to last 50. IcaptaJn'a party. I broko ud thn PREPARING FOR FINAL DASH. ,aj enth for material with which to re-- Pacing back and forth In the lee of (pair the others and set Eskimos at tho pressure rldgo where tho lglooa Ithjs work. were built, while my men got their "Aartlett returned la tlmo to tako a loads ready for the next marches, I jmwaciory ooscrvatlon for latitude settled on my program. I decided I pi. clear weather, and obtained for our should strain every nerve to mako flvo 4JpeSlU5a 87.48, and that showed that marches of 15 miles each, crowding Ithe continued north wind had robbed theso marches In sueh a way as to us of a number of miles of bring us to tho end of tho fifth long distance enough before noon to permit tho ImDartlett took tho observation hero, mediate taking of an observation for jaa had Marvin 11 va camps back, partly latitude. fts save ray oyos, but lactely to glvg Weather and leads permitting, I be(an Independent record a4 determlna-qp- - lieved I could do this. If my proposed 4Ufl adiisp. dlsUicca wero cut down by any 1jlto,flhafciTatItlta sompteted and iwq jthance I had two means in leservc for making up tho deficit: other for me, Bartlett started on thq ' First To mako the last march a tech-nlqu- o IMJNINB NOTES, A I Foeket Air-Tan- k. Olarcnco Hall, explosives expert at tho Pittsburg Experi. mchtnl Station, where the branch .of tho technological Qeologicul Survey is experi inonti'ng for tho protection of the American minor, has percapa-bl- o fected a portable of supplying pure air to a miner for a period of an half-houin tho dousest gaseous atmosphere. The invention has boen given absolutely to tho Government ; and the Government, oentrolling tho plant, will permit tho manufacture of the device by outside parties at so low a figure of cost that practically every worker in coal mines can purchase one for his own protection. Miuo disasters in this country have repeatedly shown the need of artificial air for but a fow minutes, to enable the majority of the workmen in passageways to reach pure air and safety. A German oxygen helmet, weighing nearly forty pounds, and costing about three hundred dollars, is being slowly brought into use hero at mine. rescue stations. A year ago,U however, there wero but ten of these in use,' and the number has now increased to more than three hundred. The now deyics can be bought by tho working miner for fifty Water c.Mits, it is beleivad. dripping upon sodium peroxide gives' off freii oxygen and sodium hydroxide, aud the latter, settling in, the bottom of the holder, abbrbs the carbon exhaled in the teath of the mingr. Wherever the miner hangs Ins coat, he can be s'u-- of the half-...- .. r notir saiciy uevice, neiu easily in its pocket. nir-tntilc, r ., Dissimilarity. em- on a largo acreage by tho Watson "You re braces 1,200 ncres of coal land. interests, incidental to now ar- ningusa," not llko lightning, anyhow, said Shadbolt, reluctantly I'lfe1 ctol is of a very superior rangements for traffic over the taking . out his "You can strike tho snmo man dozens of time." O. n. & D. Creditors of tho ScJutlienvOoal Tho Southern Ry, has met the $100 Reward $100. & Transportation Oo.?fp elating cut of 15 cents a ton recently! t Tirete&ifernif thf paper will be pleated 'J a mine nt llobnrd, in Weaforn made by tho O. N O. & T. P. team thai there li at'teast one dredixt disease Kentucky, have applied for a re- Ily. on Alabama coal to Jackson, ifiat science has bn able to cure In all Its ataffet, and thatla Catarrh tlalt'i Catarrh Cura le the ceiver for the concern. .The Miss. Tho now rate, $1,-1per only potitlre cure now knonn.to ilia Medical fra disease, company is composed of West ton, places the Alabama opera- - ternity Caurrh being a eonitltuttonat jail i la I. alllllAnl tmana rllri!Clf nn. Viridma parties, but is distinct tOrS 011 tllO Slllne baSIS nS the lurrhCnr. t.kcn Intern. Il. actio from tho Watson enterprise of Kotltlickv Operators in that mar- - ;ontliob!oodnJmueoiisaartacejonhetfMin, lueieuv ucsiioyiun uic luuiiumiuu ui iuo utwasa the same name, The Earling-to- n ket. and giving tbe patient strength bjr bulldiag tp the constitution and auiitlng nature In dola hi Iron Works, of this city, are Mr. Thos. LongstnfT, of Provi- work, The proprietor have so much faith l hi one of the chief creditor. dence,, was in the city Monday, curative powers that they ofler One HaaJred Dollars tor a"v sim that The Consolidated Coal Co. lot and made a trip through No. 11 for Hit ot testimonials II falls to cure- Sel the contract last week for the mine. Mr. LongstafF helped Adress' F J Chenry . Co , Toledo, Ohio. Sold by dtugglsts, 7jc of 100 miners' houses at open this mine 89 years ago. erection Take Mall's Family Pills for eonstlpatloa. Miller's Creek Junction, in oast- Thos. O. Long, assistant mine em Kentucky, where develop- - inspector will make a trip on Science and Imagination. Science does not know iU leJ fe ment work was recently started Qreen nver thlg woek Imagination. EmersoB.' pocket-book-- property of tho company A 1 tm o Believing will be gas-fille- d interested in die organization of the that the people of Kentucky R olghty-oight- h tt Citizens National Life Insurance Company .Sftr Believing that they WANT such a company; believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stock we will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date. The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday, July 26 ; and below are the amounts of subscriptions for each week; - A h e 1 I hard-(erno- d , , 1 K' rv j v'"'1 HnBiBvf - il Miss Mary Peary, the "Snow Child." Miss Peary Wns Corn In the Arctic Reclons. ; toiced one, stopping to mako tea and back trail In command of my fourth rest tho dogs, but not to sleep. Second At the end of the fifth supporting party, with two Eskimos, march to mako a rorced march with n ono slcdgo, nnd 18 dogs. light sledge, n doublo tonm of dogs, BARTLETT DID GOOD WORK. and one or two. of tho party, leaving When ho left I folt for a moment tho rest In camp panga of regret as H disappeared in FEARFUL OF ARCTIC GALES. tho dlstonco, but It was only momenUnderlying all these calculations! tary. My work was still ahead, not In was a recognition of the ever present tho rear. Bartlett had done good work and neighborhood of open leads and im had been n great help to mo. Circum- passable water, and tho knowledge gnlo would knock all stances had thrust' the brunt of tho that a pioneering upon him Instead of divid- my plans into a cocked hati and oven ing it among sovcral, aa I had planned. put us In ImmliK'ijt peril. At a little after midnight of April 1, JIo had reason to tako pride in tho ho had bettered tho Italian after a few hours of sound sleep, I hit 'fact that record by a degreo und a quarter and tho trnll, leaving tho others to break had covered n distance equal to tho up camp and follow. As I climbed the pressure rldgo ontlro distance of tho Italian expedition from Fiauz Josef's land to Cagnl's back of our lglooa I sot another hole In my belt, tho third Blnco I started ifarthest north. 1 had given Bartlett this position Every man and dog of us was lean and post of honor in. command or my nnd flat bolllod as n board and as fourth and last supporting party. und herd MORNING OF FINAL START. for two reasons: first, bocauso of tils magnificent handling of the Hoosj-velt- ; It was a flue morning. Tho wind oi second, because ho tad cheer- tho last two days had subsided, and fully stood between mo and many tho going was the lost and most equtrilling annoyanceajcn tho expeditions, able of any I had had yet. Tho floes Tbon there wasthlrd reason. It wero largo and old, hard and clear, ,seGd to mo appropriate, In view of and wero surrounded by pressure IUm magnificent British record of arc-tl- ridges, some of which wero' njmost work, covering three centuries, stupendous. tUtat it should be a British subject who The biggest, of them, however, were iceuU beast that, next to aa Amrl-'cab- , easily negotiated, either through www he had been nearest to the pole. (Continued enpaga ilgbt o Noting the inquiry of a retail Kentucky as to the relative cost aud efficiency of coal and gas, one of our sub' scribers writes'as follows: "The 'Engineering & Mining Journal' some years ago stated that approximately 80,000 feet of natural gas has the heating power of one ton of coal. As 709 B. T. U's is stated as an average for heating value for a cubic foot of natural gas, thid is doubtless correct. Therefore consumers who go on to natural gas at 80 cents a thout-undwhen they can got coal (nut'and slack) for $1 30 u ton, are paying u big price' for' tho change." Th'ey pay, in effect, $9.00 for 21 million B.T. U., as against $1.5)0 for practically the same heat equivalent. A. G. Thomas, who is representing the West Kentucky Coal Co. hi the New Orleans market, with oifice at 827 Corondelet street, lias seemed 1,200 feet of water front and is preparing to handle the now tonnage on quite a heavy babis. The first of 800,000 bushels arrived about a month ugo, and the connauv is planum to expanu its business until it has an im portant outlet in that direction. Tho steamship bunkering business will bo specialized and bulges operated regularly between tho Kentucky shipping point and Now Orloans. The United States sard report Btates that 558 short tous of of coal wero produced iu Teunes see in that year. It is probable thdt very littlo was mined in tho State prior to thnt date. By 1800 the production has increased to 105,800 tons, but development was retarded by the Civil war. since 1880 the production of Tennessee has increased sotnowhat romiUrly, but not s,o rapidly as that ot Alabama. The Empire Coal Mines, iu the' Nothern part of OhriBtiaucouuty wore sold by order of Court. They we.ro Jbought by tl? A no sv company ia to organised and, probably bo-- f bo ore .winter, a largo forco of min ers will bp..sY to work. 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I set few hours it was on young ico and good Dace for a limit ton hmro occasionally the dogs were galloping. irwenty-flvmiles took me well miles or more, We made twenty-fivthe parallel. the air, the sky. nnd the bitter wind "While I was building my igloos a burning the face till it cracked. It ?ong lead formed by the east and was like the great Interior ico gap of Even the natives comCKithwest of us at a distance of a few Greenland. plained of the bitter air. It was as BUT FEW HANDICAPS. j keen as frozen steel. ' A few hours' sleep and we were on A little longer sleep than the previthe trail again. As the going was ous one had to be taken here, as we BOW Practically hnrlznnt-i- l were all in need of it. Then on again. tvo unhampered and could travel as long Up to this time, with each succes jas we pleased and sleep as little as sive march, our fear of an impassable .we wished. lead had increased. At every inequality of the ice I found myself hurThe weather was fine and the g 4 like that of the previous day, ex- - rying breathlessly forward, fearing SSL?t.wthe Ueslnnlng, when pickaxes-wer- .that it marked a lead, and when I arrequired. This and a brief stop rived at the summit would catch m 1 another lead cut down our distance. breath with relief only to find my33ut wo had made 20 miles in ten self hurrying on in the same way at fcours and were half way to the the next one. eity-nintBut on this marqh. by some strange parallel. The Ice was grinding audibly in shift of feeling, this fear fell from me every direction, but no motion was completely. The weather was thick, visible. Evidently it was, ' settling but It gave me no uneasiness. Before I turned In I took an obsertack into equilibrium and probably sagging due northward with Its re- vation which indicated our position as 89 degrees 2Z minutes. lease from the wind pressure. A dense, Hfeles3 pall hung overLtVEL ICE SURFACE. head The horizon 'was black and the Again there was a few hours' sleep Ice beneath was a ghastly, chalky trod we hit the trail before midnight white, with no relief a striking con, go-Ja- cpppi In 12 hours we had made 40 miles. There was no sign of a lead in tho them now. hnv-Jng o e h - :) P in Eskimos of the The weather and going were even Jbetter. The surface, except as tyy infrequent ridges, was as level as the glacial friugo from Ilecla to Columbia, and harder. Wo marched something over ten hours, the dogs being often on tho .trot, and made 20 miles. Near tho end of tho march wo rushed across a 'lead 100 yards wide, which buckled under our sledges and finally broke as tfee last sledge left it. ) . We stopped la sight of tho eighty- j ith parallel In a temperature of 40 rees Www. Again a scaai sieep e were mi our way once more parallel. Tom tie eljcuty-nlntv Inter-"rupte- Arctic Region. d of It over which wo had been traveling for tho previous four days. MERCURY GOES UP. trast to the glimmering, sunlit fields a AIUUTK sr:;: .7.r;r:r,:r ,ft.fJLV Lfc2?Jf si The going was even better, and there wft scarcely any snow on the hard, Anular, last summer's surface of thold floes, dotted with tho sapphire ice of the previous summer's lakes. A riso In temperature to 15 degrees below reduced the friction of the sledges and gave the dogs the appearance of having caught the spirit of the party. The more sprightly ones, as they west along wHk tightly curled tails, frequently toseed their bead, WiSftffy.sWfti qytllHi ,XHHdlfc field work of the expedition as well, tho last expedition, aided by his asThreo marches brought us back to and was always ready or any work. sistant, Scott, kept tho machinery up the igloos where the captain turned march. Profs. Marvin and McMillan have to a high state of efficiency nnd has back. The last marcli was in tho wild secured a mnss of scientific given the Roosovclt THE POLE AT LAST. tho forco and data, made all the tidal and most of power which enabled it to negotiate I had now made my five marches, sweep or a northerly gale, with drifting snow and tho ice rocking untfer the field work, and their services were apparently lmpractlcablo Ico. and was In time for a hasty noon as we dashed over It Invaluable in every way. Mr. Gushue, the mate, who was la through a temporary break charge of the Roosovelt during tho ICE FAVORED T.VEM. , 'in the clouds, which indicated our CREW OF ROOSEVELT. of Capt. Bartlejt myself, position as 89.57. I quote an entry South of where Marvin had turned Borup not only rando tho record and Boatswain Murphy, and was put who from my Journal some hours later: back we cnme-twhere his party had ob to the distance traveled during the In chargo of tho station at Etafa for The pole at last Tho prize of buUt.several igloos while delayed by Journey, but to his assistance and three centuries, my dream and goal open leads. Still further south we expert knowledge of tihotournnhv his the relief of Cook, wero both trustIs for 20 years, mine at last. I cannot found where the captain had been due what I believe to bo thn un. worthy and rollablo men, and I count myself fortunato In having had thorn bring myself to realize it held up by an open lead and obliged equaled series of photographs taken In my service. all seems so sinmle and common to camp. It by the expedition. The members of the crow nnd tha place. As Bartlett said when tuning Fortunately the movement of these Henson In the field and Percy as firemen wero n distinct luiprovemcat back, when speaking of his bfing In leads was simply open apd shut, and steward were the same as ever, inval over thoso of our last cxDedltloa. these exclusive regions, which no mor- It took considerable water motion to uable in their respective lines Every one of them was willing a&d. tal has ever penetrated before: "It fault tho trail seriously. Chief Engineer Wardwell. also of i anxious to bo of service in ovorv no Is just like every day." . While tho captain, Marvin, nnd as I lit. til.. mgwu vi .1... iuiui iniBiiap io bIIvTa u; "o ..... iu j. Of course I had my sensations that found later, Borup, had been delayed Marvin. He had either heen lnsn run Connors, who ww promoted to be made sleep Impossible for hours, de- by open leads, wo seemed to bear a tlon or less fortunate than the rest of bos'n In absejee spite my utter fatigue the sensations charm and with no single lead were us, and his death emphasized the risk proved to tho practwaUy of Muriy, of a lifetime; but I have no room for wg ba effective. delayed more than a couple of to which we all had been subjected, them here. Barnes, ma ana Wiseman and hours. Sometimes tho ico was fast for thero was not one of us lint hn. The first 30 hours at the pole were Joyce, firemen, Bdl ely assisted Marspent In taking observations; In go- and firm enough to carry us across; been in tho sledge nt some time during vin and' cMWaa Uk their tidal and sometimes a short detour, sometimes me journey. ing some ten miles beyond our camp a meteorological eMtrv&tlons on ihe brief halt for tho Ipnil in Mnan Tho big lead, cheated of its prey RooseveK, and some eleht miles to tho rlcrht of tut Vloajaaa and Barns it; in taking photographs, planting my sometimes an improvised ferry on an three years before, had at last gained went into the flfifil milk thorn on their ico cane. Kept tho trail without diff- us nunian victim. flags, depositing my records, studying iculty trips to Capo CMumbfo, and Condon Tho rest can be told quickly. McMil- and Cody the horizon with my telescope for march.down to tho tenth outward hunting. covered liflOO lan and Borup had started for tho nnd sledging supplies. miles possible land, and searching for a MEET SLIGHT HANDICAP. Greenland coast to deposit caches for practicable place to make a sounding. PRESENTS TO ESKIMOS. Igloos there disappeared completely me. Beforo I arrived a flying Eskimo l TEMPERATURE AT TOP OF WORLD As for my faltBful Eskimos, I have and tho entire region wa3 unrecogniz- courier irom me overtook them with Ten hours after our arrival tho amplo supplies of dark. clouds cleared before a light breeze able. Where on the outward Journey Instructions that the caches were no left them with longer needed nnd they were to con- rich walrus meat and blubber for from our left and from that time un- had been narrow cracks, thero were now broad leads, one of them over centrate tholr energies on the ideal their winter, with currants, sugar, bistil our departure in the afternoon of five miles in width, caught etc.. at Cape Morris K. cuits, guns, rifles, ammunition, knives, over with April 7 the weather was cloudless and young ico. Jesup and north from there. hatchets, traps, otc. . flawless. Here again fortuno favored us, and ROOSEVELT STARTS HOMEWARD. For the splendid four who stood beThe minimum temperature during no pronounced movement of the Ico These instructions wero carried out side mo at the polo a boat nnd tent the 30 hours was 33 below, tho maxi- having taken placo since tho captain and after their return in "thn intt. mum 12. each to reaulto them for their cnertrr passed, we had his trail to follow. part of May McMillan mado some fur-- and the hardship and toil they undom We had reached the goal, but the We picked up the old trail again ther tMni nWrvn 7 i 77 " went to help their friend Peary to the' return was still before us. It was es- .north of tho seventh Igloos, followed ine supplies remaining ntf0IWPnt north noln we reach the land before it beyond the fifth, and at tho big lead caches were sential that the next spring tide, and wo must lost it finally. dearly bought! lefflts VE?0 onqSers But a" f th's-t- ho the Roosevelt strain every nerve to do this. y.ears f experience, the magnificent JOY OF THE ESKIMOS. and was driven out Into the chnnn I had a brief talk with my men. or tno uoosoveit, xiio spiri "renein From hero wo followed tho captain's back of Cape Nlon. From now on it was to be a big travel, trail, nnd enthusiasm of it fought Its Way SOUth In thn i.nnl.. did energy faithfulness of mvmy party, and on April 23 our sledges Eskimos little sleep and a hustle every minute. passed up of the channel and passed Capo 3a- - thn loval the could have gone for naught but foe Wo would try, I told them, to double glacier fringe, vertical edge of the omu on August s, or 30 days a little west of Capo earlier march on tho return that is, to start Columbia. than in 1908, and 32 days earlier than the faithful necessaries of war furnished so loyally by the raembors and and cover one of our northward When the last sledge came up I the British expedition In 1S7C. marches, make tea and eat our thought my Eskimos Wo picked up Whitney and his par friends of the Peary Arctic club. had gono crazy. luncheon in the igloos, then cover an- They yelled ty and stores at Etah. We kined and called and danced .B other march, eat and sleep a few themselves helpless. " t0 n 8,,ns, ,ndH ,,iv,,DB, As Ootah sat seventy odd walrus for hours, and repeat this daily. has tho flno result more' down on his sledgo ho remarked, in whom I landed at their hL.. FAST TIME ON RETURN. met tho Jennie oil Saunders island signally duo than to my friend, the, Eskimo: "The devil is asleep or having and took over its coal ind cleared late Morris K. Jesup, tho first presiAs a matter of fact, we nearly did trouble with his wife, or wo never from Capo York on August 2C, one dent of tho club. this, covering regularly on our return Their asslstnnco has enubled mo to, month earlier than In.lOOC. Journey fivo outward marches In threo should have coma back so easily." tell tho last of tho great earth stories, A few hours later we arrived at FIRST MESSAGE TO VORLD. return marches. tho btory tho world has been waiting, Just as long as we could hold the Crane City, under tho bluffs of Cape On September 5 we arrived at In- to hear for 300 years tho story of Columbia, and, after putting four trail wo could double our speed, and dian Harbor, whenco the message the discovery of tho north pole. wo need waste no time in lmiMintr pounds of pemmican Into each of tho "Stars and stripes nailed to north faithful dogs to keep them quiet, wo polo," wns sent ROBERT E. PEARY.i new igloos every day, so that tho timo vibrating southward had, at last, our chance to sleep. wo gained on the return lessened the through tho crisp Labrador air. AT CAPE COLUMBIA. chances of a gaio destroying the Tho culmination of long exprience Kidnaped. track. Never shall 1 forget that sleep nt n thorough knowledge of tho condl-- i Margie was alLittle Just abovo tho elghtyjeventh paral- Capo Columbia. It was sleep, sleep, tlons of tho problem gained in tho last ways anxious to relate to her young lel was a region some fifty miles wido then turn over and sleep again. Wo expedition these, togethoV with a friends tho interesting tilings that her which caused mo considerable uneasi- 3lept gloriously, with never a thought new typo of sledgo which Sho was reduced tho, father read in the paper. ness. Twelve hours of strong easter- of the morrow or of having to walk work of both dogs and driver, and a overheard a few days ago tollliig.her ly, westerly, or northerly wind would and, too, with no thought that there now typo of camp cooler which added" little neighbor; "Yes, Edith, my father was to be never a night more of blind- to the comfort and IncroBRP.i make this region an open sea. ... readed it in the morning paper, a llttlo In tho afternoon of the 7th we start- ing headache. hours of sleep of tho members of tho' boy just as big as mo, was nlpnapped. Cold water to a parched throat Is party, combined to mako tho ed on our return, having double fed present' A Poet's Work. tho dogs, repaired tho sledges for the nothing compared with sleep to a expedition an agreeable Improvement A letter by Robert Southey, Just upon the last In respect to tho rapid!-tlast tme, and discarded all our spare numbed, fatigued brain and body. discovered, Two days woipent hero in sleeping clothing to lighten the loads. effectiveness of Its work and' everybody contains tho lament that and reads poetry but no one and drying our clothes. Then for tho tho lessened discomfort and strain NO BOTTOM TO SEA. buys It. In this ago people do not ship. Our docs, liko ourselves, liml not upon tho members of the party. i oven read it, but they continue to Five mllfu from the pole a narrow been hungry when wo arrived, but slm- PRAI8E3 ALL AIDS. read "The Story of tho Three Bears" crack flllod with recent Ice, through piy unless with ratlgue. They were As to tho personnel, I have again without knowing It was originated by which we were able to work a hole different animals now. nnd tho hotter with a pickax, enabled me to make a onea among them slept on with tightly been particularly fortunate. Capt. the great poet Philadelphia Inquirer. sounding. All my wire, 1,500 fathoms, curled tails and uplifted heads and Bartlett is Just Bartlett tlrelesq! Don't Be a Robber, was sent down, but there was no bot- their hind legs treading th&Hnow with sleepless, enthusiastic, whether onthi! He that neglects his work robs his tom. uriiuce or in iae crows nest or nt it.. master, plstohlike regularity. since he is fed and nald division Ja the In pulling up the wire parted a few Hears of marvin-- death. bead of a sledgetae surgeon ot Md, if be did bis best; and he that If j Dr. Geodseii, tke fathoms from the surface and lead and We reached Ilecla in one and net oaly loeked aftr ua dJltgwat )n the absence as in tbe wire went to the bottom, Q weat tae Kooaevelt Ju asrVlvr, march we of. We wastw. cannot b a JeW Whea aeaUh tod hie own specialty of mir.ra. mm - naitf, fat to tae Kooeevelf reel aad hudW4, servant JSt n his e ifK tefc Ms fWI fttar at ' MM" , v ab-senc- o A 3 .! . f ,"" ... r- - t AS c 4' Tj T ,? three-year-ol- d y I s u 1- , I DOUt s$2-,r:- s -- -" I Irt .ip .L. rrA1jr '"" ."" '