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The bee. (Earlington, Ky.) 1889-19??, January 13, 1910, Image 3

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Statute of Soldier Statesman and AU <
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irttMd by tho rest of the nation here
iii Hiding honor to her dlatlnguisbod
ewe Gin Lew Wallace soldier states
a i sad autker when a statue of the
> Neext iHdlaoam was unveiled In Stat
r7k llJchn P McGrew for three
jPMm General Wallaces chief of staff
4 riBf the civil war preelded at the
4t4le tery exercises
Willlaw AIleD Woods of the statue
wsn < l e4oa made the official presen
presenl
l MesptM OA behalf of the state by
JQAveraor Marshall Lew Wallace Jr
Mail8B of the general uavelled the
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F frofram InclueJitfce reading
V a the Mriglnal poem L1De Whit
WNnb Riley and addreews by Senator
j 4 J B v rldge of Indian A J lte >
NB charge daffalfea of the Turkish
KMgy and wuuam H Andrews a
4eteate from Now Mexico
IQIGwl1 Tribute Paid
In a tribute to General Wallace
water Beveridge said
0 VMH loved liberty for all mea and
3fcl fovght for it He worshiped the
roB for what tko American natioa
jpNNMis and to save tho natioa he
ctly offered his lIfo QO JD any a bat
Id He suggested laws for the
fetteracnt of human conditions ifc
4 eto noble books one of which
whichtitUllated
titUllated into every modern and
rea Into ono Oriental tongue has
ytted all the civilized world nearer
oft the Savior of mankind
rfo was a typical American be
ffe attso ho represented those qualities
wick founded buildcd and saved the
jfl UwH
Iftdiaaa proydly unveils this statue
ft UM soldier and lawgiver author
Mi J4llat dreamer of beautiful
1 ls for bettor things for his fed
ihr meet and wielder of a sword and
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i Tile senate at today session
AmMUJy accepted the statue on boo
Jialt ot the United States
Author f len Hur
O Pee memorial to the soldier of the
Mexican ad civil wars and the author
ed Bek Hur stands side by side with
4fee warblo figure of Indianas war
governor Oliver P Morton
Asdrow OConnor now residing in
1arla was tho American sculptor
rt o8Kii to design the memorial to the
laiiana soldier Tho figure is slightly
nyer life slzo and with tho pedestal
1 rat stand soinetnlng over ten feet
Mgh It is of white marble while the
WG is a square block of Indiana
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Tfcere are no two opinions as to
t > 9 beauty of the memorial for ad
> er e criticism has to do only with
A Ot II1The omisflon of the military
If tat la explained by those who know
the q lists views by tho statement
ctJtt Wallace Is not on the field or nt <
13ie bead of his troops but may bo de
s tfb ci as having just emerged from
r his teat He Is bareheaded and his
wriform is hastily and carelessly faa
itsieC Ho Is erect in pwituro and
on thealert his eye glancing into the
a distance
ARCITYfLE VES STATES
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Illinois to Missouri I s
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u v r wafchlbston V Jan F2 Congresiinan
Napoleon B Thistlewood of Illinois is
making ancfforfit p secure aid uv pro
prii pji for a series of surveys on the
< gtet rn 1HI ltof the JlJs IssippL io
lwe5Ji Calfo and Thebes Thistle
r 1 wood 1e hopeful of a tat orablq report
r frbm the armjeilsJnoerB qn proposed
costt
t + f2blQ0 Tno protection work As le
Ts Blio l to prevent oVerflow
i AbovtCnlrotlio Mississippi makes
r aiorig bend and doubles back form
i ina what has been called a groat toe
1 The tendency of tho channel is to cut
I 91 pi acrpla tlie cbuntiy and eliminate this
< fid If tt over does so Illinois men
tF < J cfefeii tUattHo water of tho Missis
liifpl WnrrJ1ll into tho Cache vlyoft
Jeing tjtd Father of Vatersnltogethi I
Vatersnltogethis
it Hi the stets of Missouri Instead of II
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Rockefeller Jury Holds TWO
specialr
Fki jry headed By John D IlQQkQ
if ttr Jtnttirnedtndictmdiilfiagainst
tiro den alleged to be engaged in the
0iWIItt ill e stare traffic
Killed When Sidewalk Falls
Gidoaae Jan llHpuie laborer war I
lh ISallketl to death and tea pedestriana
J ndw e4n a aktewalic in front oit I
01oSt atreet tae eats pew qoi
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I 111 1 1 1908 BALANCE 1
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I Jan 21 i I x 100 11 ocR r st
1 1 L K Feb 20 400 1fi00
I r Mar l81r + 000 2100
< Apr 10 1000 j31OO
May f u 200 8300
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r May 22 + I 500iop 8900
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June 21 400 4400
July 16 u 1004r 00
July 20 S 100 4600
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Oct 5 800 7200
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Nov 17 u 2300 10000
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1 6 Banking is a hahit After yon
ellce train yourself to come to the
tank every week l ithMHritif
mill he as easy as any other hat k > rif i
lIoriver be valua = t + p M
And it mil moreover a oalwa
ie example for yeIrsoKS and aaugh i 1 i
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il bmk accent is Mt ctntemenl tit 1
yf > M calf draw 9t Tfanr money
> wiry time But iF ya once try it we
< i are sure yon will find it so advanta
geous that you will keep it up
Daring the tuts years panic just passed i
4 Many hanireis ef thtasands of savings
+ acceants were cancelled Most of theses v r
will he renewed this year > 1
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Peoples Bank ofa
Earlington Ky
INCORPORATED
F B ARNOLD Cashier
TMCRCS A WR9NO WAY AND
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to wear plassns The wrong
way will harm your oyes and
disfl ltro your face the right
way will be beneflolal The
honest and conscientious opti
cian will furnish you with
glasses that fit your eyes so
they cnn bo worn properly
You cant go wrong if you pro
cure glasses at Tap ans who
doos tho fight and proper
thing by his patrons
11 patronsT N I
Jeweler and Optician
Victory tVciidinc I
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PRIZE = GIVEN AWAY
with every new subscription to THE BEE
and every renewal we will give a very
beautiful Calendar iVsi Kvc r
THE BEE will add new departments dur v
ing this year aid will more than ever be
worth the price of subscription Ever
one should takjie home paper Pay up
now and help us make THE BEE better
1 100 per year
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New York Jhl1 Oil burn
ing locomotives are tnorg or less
ofa failure according to tbeNew
York Central railroad cht
after a seasons trial has elected I
in favor ofcoalttf the most
economical fuel
The conditions in Mexico
atidtha southwest of this coun
try arc entirely different ex 1
plumed Howard lugersoli as
i sistant to the general manager
of the General lines today HOur
experiments snow that the oil
will not run properly in cold
weather which necessitates the
changing back to coal for the
winter months
A fllfCe > feM6d Kim Curator New at
Bead ef lack Island
The doors of the office of president I
ident of the Rock Island Rail J
road have just swung open to a J
now man who entered quietly
took off his eoat and went to j
i work This man Henry U1
Madge was no stranger to heI
office having been second vices 1
president of the I Wtem for
some time but the whole rail
road was tiptoe nevertheless I
to know what his policy would
be as head of O the property
Mr Mudge dismissed specula
tion and fears at once by start
ing simply that ifee railroad
wouldbe run as a railroad The
tiew president has been schooled
lit thfe operation of a railroad
arid not in the machinations of
Wall Street The Biocif Island
he said will be manag NJwith
but regard to the clicking th Q I
i ticker
tickerMr
Mr Mudge asked how he had
won his way from track laborer
to railroad president said he
could point to no one factor
His conclusions were expressed
in those aphorisms Over
work never kilkkl anybody It
IB the work a man learet aadoae
and wornef ever that killig
Opportunity may knock several
times bat itie the man who
recognize his opportunity l1eI
first time it presents dtself an d
is ready for ah emergency who
wiris The man who is taking
proper interest hhis work is
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not waiting if or the clock to
show quitting time He iss
ht a
wands it to I uSed to baa
ham telegraph operator out in
Kansas myself and 1 believe it
is a good thing for a man to 110
remember h sown experience
When dealing with the short 4
comings ofothers Kansas I l
pity Star
W JEL Lvahyj who has beena j
conductor on this division for
several years has severed hii1
connection with the above road + I
havet
not been formed yet butnQ i
matter where he goes he willi
prove a valuable man to his em
Plovers J
Twelve or fifteen men arrived
arrivedd
in the city Monday to rebuild d
the large water tank that burst I
ed dome time ago They lto
enlarge the capacity about 10
000 gallons It will then be theI
largest water tank on the entire
systemd
lOlarence Keown left Monday
for Hartford He will locate
there in the future being one
Earlingtod n
mixed train on theM H E
IFred Enoch of Nashville who I
now is master mechanic in place i
Fcf L H OBrien deceased has
taken charge of the round house
We welcome him to our city
trtyuQ
that leaves liefa eVefy lilorniug
has a fine cr Vof gentlemen
that handle it They leave here
on time 4 40 a > m
The OBO are now in lei
sion at Evansville They will
arrange a pay schedule for the
Melt lwu jouttf mw Ibo L 4t
1 v E tietjihtt
L TJ Kenfro a hiq 11
have Ja rpof ore of the site
engine t > on aoecrant of 1 tf
of ewitehoen1 >
upityof
W F Sherida + of ioaigvlUr
is in the city tki8W kca88iflfcii
in removing fc jife freight blocka
we now iiftvd r
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A small wrick in the Otr
thea ni
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delayed trffiic fo several ftotf
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nTim block office at the end
East Drill hasb 1 reop stetl i
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an Operator installed there itd1 j
tliro
city He has been pa the Houtl
local for some time i z
Assistant JSiiiperiRlendeat If
Devenf ofEvnrrilte runs ii
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the city yesterday
The situation of tlii railroad
yards at this Jtue la not aliy
better 0J
Wm Wtbterftt p
interurban 1Vi Leahy 3
signed f
signedTrainmaater e
Trairimatet K 4 Wise
Madisonvilie qulSttiiaew
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New York la a bWtttt A
wassto
to a Iumcb ySf an old
who came fry utre town
a1 years oiIi guest duet
expectedly at that uacheoa seve
her MX all ME w > ttaiIhe > ilthlna 1
bpi Of iris rMMBBO sad Il
whose kd Baud M tie town fro
which abecaMeI
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In Rafoy LeMon >
London annually make usee of 4000
000000 umbrellas ouefourtlt of whlc
are iaipertedc
Wa Buy
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ST BERNARD CeeC
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toned in Hopkiiis County Kentucky the largest taf producing county
In the State This company operates 1 f > V
h EIGHT LARGE MINES r
and produces about one sixth of all the coal mined in all Kentucky
Best Coal for Steam and Domestic Purposes
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St Bernard No 9 Coal has come to be recognized through years of 1
satisfactory use as the standard grade both for steam and domestic
purposes m the large territory reached by our products Another point
in fayor iQf Quti coal is the fact that we have established r u
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AW 1 Pnimpeachable Record for Prompt S X u fra
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Our mineare operated more days > in the year than any mines inr 11 jKenir i V
tucky and with an enormous output at command we vstre able tot gYe
the prorr pteestand most satisfactory v ce > ax > n4 t v t IJH1 r
< i S jr BERNARD cOKi t a + a
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is also a superior fuel and is extensively usedirl base burners and heatr
innfurnaces for residences or arty other biiildiiig that needs to bee
heated and takes the place perfectly of High priG < h d anthracite s coalr
This coke is extensively used in manufactories as well and is furnished i
in various grades > t > J
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Ifour Dealer does npt Handle our fCoahand l Coke
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