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EDITOR AND PUBLI8HKR
t Telephone 47
Misfortuno scorns to enmj) at
Mr. Leitor's Illinois mine. Two
more lives lost in a pauic cnusod
by a slight explosion. Tho men
fell into a wator hole near the
bottom of the, shaft and woro
Tho Senate committeo liavo
dropped tho steel merger inves
tigation which was the occasion
of recent oxchaiiRO of amenities
between Senators, Congressmen
and the President." Mr. Itooso
velt is ahead ouco more.
The Louisville general council
has been askod to appropriate
.$15,000 for decorating and illu
minating the city dnringbig con
clave of the Burinors to be hold
thcro in June. Local Shrinors,
who are pushing the membership
of tho baby shriuo at Madison
ville, are looking forward to a
big time there with a large dele
gation from Eizpah Temple.
The New York Legislature has
before it a bill proposing to reg
ulate automobilists and protect
tho public by requiring every
person owning or operating an
automobile to carry accident in
surance of at least $10,000 for
the protection of persons injur
ed in accidents due to the opera
tion of such vehicles. This is a
now sort of legislation and might
be very good if it is not too dras
Clayton Orosson, who has been
the principal editorial writer on
the Madisonville Journal during
the greater part of its existence,
has retired from that paper and
purposes starting a Sunday paper
St that placo within a short
while. Mr. Orosson has had
many year's experience in edi
torial work and is a virile writer.
The scope of the new paper has
not been announced but it -will
be made up principally of edi
Gratz Cox is growing on the
om music lovers of Louisvilleand
d at v i...i... O....JS... (1
'guv , . -. . ... .
,ft0j tne iionievuie symphony Urches-
y kia tra, of which ho is condflctor,
b gave a "people's concert" at the
Masonic Theatre in that city to
a house full of enthusiastic pa
trons and lovers of miiBic The
applause was nil that could have
ilJer- beon asked and indicated both
th' pleasure and cenerous annrnval.
The soloist of the occasion was
A MisffElsa Becker, violinist, who
w ,f , . , 1 "
lliomei.;maij0 j1(jr ,Qrsfc appearance jn
..rlTouisville af toe her Btudy abroad.
Miss Becker's father was a teach, i
er of music m Louisville. Her
playing was most delightful and
her reception most cordial and
Tomorrow is a "special uation
al holiday," so proclaimed by
receut act of congress in honor
of the ono hundredth birthday
of Abraham Lincoln. This is a
greater distinction than it would
.seem it first thought, for tho
Y there is really no single na
JL Clonal holidav. There are enmfi
1 rt tb fiAnl 1 aI l.ii. A I. K ... ... 1 . 1
I TWduya by enactment in' various
fJL Ystatos and by common consent.
Ask (Dua of tuem are holidays by
wi$dc,acioual ouaotmeut. Hut to take
Chertne country through and the
redvorld over there are holidays a
plenty ana to spare. As the
word indicates they are of relig
ious origin. In oountries where
the Greek clmroh h dominant
there aro the greatost number of
holidays. In Koman Catholic
countries are tho uoxt Iartrest
Mumbor of hojidays observed. It
roeently boeu statod by a
One Year M00
Blx months 50
fpfif aa mont.1ia -. 25
Slnglo copIob .... G I
on application. Correspond
ents wautod in nil parts of tlio
county. Address Us for par
ticulars. Thursday, February 11, IBOg
careful investigation of tho sub
ject that more than 800 out to
our total 005 days in each year
are observed as holidays bv tho
various people of the earth. It
would seem that perhaps tho
best gongral rule for accomplish
ing anything in life is the origi
nal admouition "six days shalt
thou labor and do all thy work."
Ono holiday in sevon is after all
a pretty liboral proportion ex
cept in tho eye of the school boy,
SETTER ELEMENT OF NEQrtQES
CALL MASS MEETINO TO
ATTACKS fir BLACKS CONTINUE
Two Accuted at Pittsburg Are Sent to
The Work House. An Aged
Victim at Johnston In a
Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 6. To orlntr
Justice to the perpetrators of the many
attacks on white 'vomon and girls In
the Herron Hill, Lawrencevllle and
South Side districts of this city and
to take ateps to prevent a recurrence
of the crimes, the better element of
the negroes have Issued a general call
for a maas meeting to be held next
Th reeling between the white
people and negroes Is becoming more
acute as each day brings Its quota of
attacks and reported attacks on white
girls by negroes.
Two negroes accused of being those
who attacked girls today were arrest
ed and sent to tbe workhouse.
John Stokes, a negro, was arrested
Friday on charges preferred by Mrs.
Jano Thompson who alleges that he
entered her home and the room tf
their daughter, but was frightened
away. The. man will be given a hear
Negro Attacks Aned Woman.
Johnstown, Pa., Feb. C Mrs. Mary
Krulse,'aged 80 was attackod at hor
home near here Friday by a negro.
The aged woman's screams frighten
ed her assailant, who escaped, leaving
his violtlm In a clrltcat condition.
A nogrp giving the. name of Arthur
Cochrane was arrested and is being
closely guarded as the neighbors of
Mrs. Krulse threaten to d the
prisoner bodily barm.
White Men With Blacks.
Unlontown, Pa., Fob. 6. Mrs. Anna
Davis, of Lynn Station, near here shot
and fatally wounded James Donahue
today, when he, another white man
and three negroes attempted to force
an entrance Into hor home.
MTfce Bitot! Is The life."
Science has never gone beyond tM
above simple statement of scripture, But
It has Illuminated that statement and
given it a mtunlng ever broadening wltk
the Increasing breadth of knowledge.
IVhen the blood Is "bad" or impure It
Is not alone the body which suffers
through disease. The brain Is also
clouded, vJje mind and Judgement are
effected, anfoaany an c,vll deed or Impurt
thoghtjieVeVdirectly traced to tho
nopurwy o( tue broody Foul. Impure
can on am ti rp ny y.e urn nf ir,
V ." PWitfl Mttllsal PI
nurlchgj "en 6 niiriT t h Mci Vh.rhy
curing, pimples, blotches, eruptions and
other cutaneous affections, as eczema,
tetter, or salt-rheum, hives and other
manifestations of Impure blood.
In the cure of scrofulous swellings, en
larged glands, open eating ulcers, or old
cores, the "Golden Medical Dsoovery"has
performed the most marvelous cures. In
cas'es of old sores, or open eating ulcers,
It is well to apply to the open sores Dr.
Pierce's All-Healing Salve, which pos
sesses wonderful healing potency when
used as an application tq the sores In con
Junction with the use of "Golden Medical
Discovery " as a blood cleansing coustl
tutlonal treatment. It your druggist
don't happen to have the ""All-Hcallng
Salve" In stock, you an easily procure It
by Inclosing fifty-four cents In postage
stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, 663 Main St,
Buffalo, N. Y., and it vlll come to you by
return poat. Moat, druggists keep It as
well as the "Qoldon Medical Discovery."
You can't afford to accept any medicine
of unknown composition as a substitute
for "Golden Medical Discovery," which Is
a medicine or knowk composition,
having a complete list of ingredients In
plain English on Its bottle-wrapper, the
same being attested as correct under oath.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant PelleU regula
god Invigorate stomach, Uv
A Plea For Daily Kindness.
Tho daily evils that make life hard aro not the groat sorrows
but tho infinity of irritating triiles, tho unnecessary injustice,
tho manmado vrougs of life. Such aro tho cruel tempor that up
sets a household for a day aud loaves a trial of onervating sadness
and protost; tho unreasonable selfishness that overrides tho rights
of othors liko a car of Juggernaut. There is a bitterness of uufor
giving condemnation thatlistousto no reasons, explanations or mo
tives, that believe because it has soon, that credits tho sousos aud
accepts circumstantial evidence an Glial. Then two that lovo may
walk alouo down tho vallev of darkness and separatist!, heart hun
gry for tho treasure that has begn thrown away.
Man is said to havo boon made in tho imago of his Oroator.otno
men seem to bo frying to romovo tho labels and other identifying
brands. Ifwe aro mou, with tho dignity of our powers and privi
leges and possibilities, let us live liko men. Life is not something
to bo lived through, it is to bo lived up toin all its highest mean
ings. There was in tho army of Alexander tho Great a so'dier,
who, although ho boro the very name of the great conqueror, ft'as in
his hoart a coward. Cowardice in any soldiorof that mighty army
was tho worst of all crimes; .vet for this man to be a coward was
shame unspeakable. And Alexander in great auger command tho
cravon : "Either gave up my name or follow ray example." Liv
ing up to our possibilities means living up to our name anything
loss means failure.
If for a single week in any city each individual woro to say
each morning: "Today no ono in the world shall have even ono
second darkened by any act of mine," aud live it that city would bo
transformed aud glorified. It would, after all, mean only nogativo
goodness, the avoidance of ovil, not roal, aggressive, positive, high
keyed living at our best, but the burden of life would bo lifted,
andiu an atmosphere warm with the radiant glow of love and
brotherhood wo could almost hqar the faint rustlo of the atigel's
wings, the angels of peace ushering in the' millennium. From the
February Circle Magazine.
OF ENTIRE WEST
ADMINISTRATION'S POLICY IS TO
COMBINE THE MAXIMUM
PRESIDENT ISSUES STATEMENT
Sets Forth the Governments' View of
the Anti-Japanese School Legisla
tion Now Before the Cali
Washington, Feb. 9. "Tho policy of
the administration Is to combine lho
maximum of efficiency In achieving
the real object which the people of the
Pacific slopo have at heart, with the
minimum of friction and through,
while the misguided men who ad
vocate such action as this against
which I protest are following a policy
which combines tho very mlalmum of
efficiency with the maximum of Insult
and which, while totally falling to
achieve any real result for good, yet
might Accomplish an Infinity of harm.f
In this language President Roose
velt Monday In a long- telegram to
Speaker P. A. Stanton of the Cal
ifornia assembly, set 'forth the gov
ernment's view of the Antl-Japaneso
school legislation now before that
Cause for Irritation.
The president stated that the bill
lfes Just and grave cause for Irrita
tion and that the government would
be obliged Immediately to take action
In the federal courts to test ouch
legislation because 11 la held to bo
clearly a violation of the treaty ob
ligations of the United States. The
telegram to Speaker Stanton was sent
only after a conference with Sonator
Flint and Representative Kahn, of
California and F. K. Lano, of the Inter
state commerco commtsBlqn.
Concluding his message to Speaker
Stanton, the president says;
"If In the next year or two the
action of tho federal government, falls,
to achieve what it Is now achieving,
then through the further action of tho
president and congress, It can be
made entirely efllclenct. I am sure
that tho sound Judgment of the people
of California will support you, Mr.
Speaker, Jn your efforts. Let me ro.
peat that" at present we are actually
doing the very thing which tho people
of California wish to bo done and to
upset tho arrangement under which
this is belug done can do no good und
may do great harm. If In the next year
or two the figures of immigration
prove that the arrangement which waH
worked so successfully during' the
last sixth, months ,1s. no longer work
ing successfully, then there would bo
.ground for grievance, and for the re
versal by- tho national government of
Its policy. Dut nt present, the policy
Is working well and Until It works
badly It would be a grave misfortune
lo .change t, and when changed It can
only be changed effectively by the
Only Five Favored Agitation,
Sacramento, Col., Feb. 9. Ouly five
senators favored agitation of tho anti
Japanese Question, when the matter
was called up Monday.
The senate decided by a vote of 25
to B to defer unlU next Thursday Its
aettoa upon tho report of the commit
teo on executive communications
which advises against legislation
aimed at tho Jupaneso. Sonator J. n.
flanford Introduced a Joint resolution
asking congress to Incjudo Jagjuiejie
In the provisions of the deary ex
Sonator Anthony's bill providing for
submitting to tho voters at tho next
state election he queslon of prohibit
ing Asiatic Immigration was favorably
reported Monday morning'.
Antt-Aslatlo Bill Will Sleep.
Carson, Nev., Feb. 9. Tho assombly
bill prohibiting Japanese and Chinese
from acquiring lands or acting as cor
poration agents reached tho senate
Monday. Instead of referring the
measure to tho federal relaUons com
mittee as was done In the assembly,
tho senate sent It to the Judiciary com
mitteo along with tho anti-Japanese
resolution. It Is almost certain that the
bill will sleep In this committee or be
Reaction Sets On.
Salem, Ore., Feb, 9. Vigorous pro
tests aro coating to tho senate re
solutions committee against Senator
Bailey resolution memorialising con
gress t ex tea the Chinese exclusion
tet to. Include all Asiatics. These pro
tests aro cemlag principally txm per
aenal frleats f Presides t Roosevelt
la Portland and fromthe Japanose
vice consul stationed at "Portland.
en. Custer's Lieutcant Dead.
Pettstewa, Pa., Feb. 0.- Thomas
JeJtoiMfi March, who served as second
lleuteaaat under Gen. Custer for four
years in the Indian campaigns, died
tteasay,. aged 65 years. Ho was
ftrfoiBly wounded In the battlo of
Will Build Six Flouting Forte.
IniML Fob. 9. It la understood
that, tit cabinet ministers have come
t. ia .agreement on the question of
naval peHcy and that the new ship
fctftstt jrtdgraa will include six
finmii lap speedway
Indianapolis to' Have a Five Mile
Speedway to Rival the Vanderbllt-
Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 8. The
much-talked of motor speedway In
Indianapolis, to vie with the Vatider
bllt and Savannah coursoa In attract
ing the worlds proralnnt automobile
races, materialized Saturday wh?n the
Indianapolis Motor Speedway company
capital $250,000 filed Its articles of in-
The design of the track Is unlquo
Tho outer circular track Is a courup
of two miles, fifty feet wido, and
banked at tho curves to stand a racing
speed of 100 miles or more per hour.
Inside tlda track Is a winding course,
25 feet wide banked , to permit a
speed of 60 miles an hour. Tho Inner
course conects wllh the outer one,
and may bo used, when desired, to
give a live mile lap.
NEGRO SUSPECT THREATENED
Mob Threats to Lynch Suspect but
Promise Not to Act
Houston, Miss., Feb. 8. Surroundid
by a mob of 800, Roby Hackln, a negro
boy 18 yeais old, was an'ested hero
Sundaj on the charge of murderlnj
Roy. Ur AV T Hudson, whose "body
wns found 8turdav nJrht In a noud
Tlu-re waB great excitement at tho
llinc. h Deputy Sheriff Wilkinson
uianustd to get his man to Jail.
It Is feaied an attempt to lynch tho
negro will yet bo made, as a secret
nicotlnif of members of tho mob wax
held Immediately after the arrest, It
Is hclloved plans for lynching wor
mudo nt the meeting. Howbvor. tin.
cuiwd, agreed not to molest the negro
pending, an Investigation by the. cor
oners Jury Monday.
(Subscribe for The Bee,
Mayor Jamos R.Rash.
Police JudgoErcoBt Nowton.
Chief of PollcoWm. Bradloy. ,
NfRhtOhlof Claronco Mltolioll.
City Clerk Paul IM'jrfco..
Treatmror Frank U. Arnold.
City Physician W. K. Nfsbot.
City Engineer F. D. Hash.
Stroet Conmil8fllonor--Itobt. Wood
Counollnion Jno. n, AtkiiiBon,
Madison Oldham, II. O. Rourlalid,
L. H. O'Brlon, Goo. O. Atkinson,
Thou. Blair. Meotlnn; night nrat
Monday night iu each month.
School Trufitoo Paul M. Moore,
Board of Hoalth Ed M. Trnhorn
Jno. X, Taylor, Curtis B. Johnson,
PoBtmaslor Ghatr. Cowell.
Masonic Lodgo E. V. Tumor,
No. 548 ineotB 1st. and 3rd. Fridays
iu oaoh month.
JK83R PmijTiII'8, Seo.
Victoria Lodgo, No. 84, K. of P.
moots ovory Monday and Thursday
nights. Visitors woloomo.
K. of It. and 8.
HopklnB Lodgo, A. O. U. W. No.
G61 moots evory Thursday night
Y. Q. WAiiKim, Sec.
Goldon Cross Lodgo, Earllngtou,
No. 525 moots 1st. and 3rd, Saturday
night in oaoh month.
Mrs. M. B. Long, Sec.
Degree of Honor, No. 10 meet 2nd
and 4th Saturday nights iu each
Miss Lizzik Huki', Sec,
Ben Hur Lodge, Earllngtou
Court, No. 55 moots ovory 2nd and,
4th' Friday night at now Victory
John Vani, Sorlba,
Staudwalto, Triua No. 67,Red Men
meets evory Friday sleep.
Cr.AUDK Loxo, Seo.
Woodmon of tho World, Catalpa
Camp No. 801 moots ovory Monday
night. All members aro earnestly
requested to be there.
J. 8. Hajjcook, Clerk.
Modern Woodmen of tho World,
No. 11092 meets evory Wednesday.
Y. Q. WAI.KBR, Soo.
Klub Kentuok open all hours.
Business meeting 2nd Tuesday in
C. L. Asirnv, Sec.
We have the most complete
line of Perfumery, Toilet
Articles, Soaps, etc., in the
city of Earlington. Also
Varnishes, Cutlery,. iJrugs,
Medicines and everything
carried in a first-class drug
store; Our Prescription De
partment is complete, Pre
scriptions filled promptly
and accurately by the most
competent men the times
St. Brnard Mining Co:,
Incorporated - '
Tbe Earlinqton Bee is
Only $ I icr Year,
Klks, B. P. O. Wo. 78 tnaets at
MadUonvlUo Monday night.
Jaa. E. FranoGway. Seoy.
Visiting membeffl aro cordially
Invltod to attend any of those
mmtii.iTn ntittMfiir. Flrnt maaa
ovory Sunday and holy day at 7:09
a. m. oeconu ihwbb mm i'i'R
0:80 a iu. Vespors nnd bonodlotlon T
p. in. Rov.,J.. McParland, Pastor.
Christian Church. Hatiday
school at 0:80 a. m. Preaching ovory
Lord's day at 10:45 a. m. and 7 p
m. Praver mooting ovory Vodnos.
day at 7:80 p. m.
M. E. Church. Regular aeryicoa
third Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 :80 p.m.
Prayer meeting Wodnotulayovonlng
at 7:80. Sunday-Bchool at 0:80 a. m.
Class mooting, Booond Sunday at
10:80 a.m. Rev. J. H.Einbry, pastor
Epworth Loaguo J. 8. Hau
cook, prosldent. Moots oyory Sna
Uay ovonlng at 0:45 p. in. at tho
MothodistEplscopal Chnrsli, South
All aro welooino.
M. E. Church, south. Rov. W.
C.Brandon, pastor. Sorvicos on
overv Sunday at 11 a. m. and
7:80 p. m. 8unday Boliool at 9:30
a. m. Prayor meoting, Wednosday
evenings at 7:80 o'clock. Ep
at 6:45. Ladles' Aid Society overy
M6ndav afterndon. Official Board
meeting Monday f tor first Sunday
in oaoh month.
Missionary Bawist Church
Proacblug tho fourth Sunday at 11
a. m. a.pd 7:80 p. tn. and the preced
ing Saturday nlght..Church mootluic
Saturday night before tho 4th Sun
day, ounuay scnooi at :nu a. m.
Prayer meeting ovorv Monday night
at 7:80. Rov. C. H. Grlgaon, Pastor.
USNKRAT. BAVTfST CHURCH.
Sorvicos Saturday night before the
nrat Sunday lu eaoh month at 7:90
p. m., first Sunday at 11 a. ra. and 7:90
p. in. Prayor mooting Friday oyen
Ingat7:S0. Rev. BumpuB, pastor.
PRESnVTEBIAN CHURCH HKO
la. Rogularservicos first Thursday
at 7:80 p. m. and third Sunday at
3:80 p.m. iu oaoh month. Suuday
school oaoh Sunday morninsr at 0:30
Advice from Ancient Sage.
A wlso limn should not efutso'a
No Place for Plcnlo,
A Slameso Jungle is described as a
(west of fish hooks and knlns laced
together with barbed wire.
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