Luther Register. (Luther, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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PEARY ALSO SUCCESSFUL
FROM ARCTIC DARKNESS AMERh
CAN SENDS MESSAGE.
5115 If INIKI IT Hit 01 MIL«
Now Two Flags Bearing Stars and
Stripes are Floating at the Long
Coveted Goal.—Does Not
Know of Cook's Success.
New York.—"Indian Harbor, via
(.'ape Hay, Sept. 6.
"To Associated Press, New York.
"Stars and Stripes nailed to North
"Indian Harbor, via Cape Ray, N,
P.. Sept. li 1909.
To the New York Time:;, New York:
1 have the pole April G. Expect
arrive Chateau Hay Sept. 1. Securc
control wire for me there anil arrange
expedite transmission big story.
Peary lias succeeded.
Stars and Stripes nailed to the north
From out the Arctic darkness there
1 was Mashed this message which stun-
ned the scientilie world and thrilled
the heart of every layman.
From the bleak coast of Labrador
Peary gave to the world the news that
he had attained his goal in the far
north, while at the same moment, in
far off Denmark, Dr. Frederick A
Cook of Brooklyn was being dined and
lionized by royalty for the same
Undeniably, Yankee grit has con-
quered the frozen north and there ha-s
been created a coincidence such as
the world will never see again.
Two Americans have planted the
(lag of their country in the land of ice
which man has sought to penetrate
for four centuries; and each ignorant
of the other's conquest, has flashed
within a period of five days a laconic
message of success to the waiting
Cook, in his message to his coun-
try, was triaf but non-cimmittal;
Peary was even britTer, but specific
"Stars and Stries nailed to the
* role," he said.
That was all but never before have
bo few -words conveyed to the people
a greater meaning or a greater patri-
I Five days ago, on September 1, Dr.
Cook sent out from the Shetland is-
lands the first message of his success
—a message which has aroused a
storm of controversy around the world
Now Robert E. Peary, lost from
view in the land of ice, and unheard
from since August, 1908, startled the
world by a similar message sent fron.
Indian harbor. Labrador. There was
uu qualification; it left no doubt.
It announced unequivocally that he
had reached the top of the world.
Thus two flags with the stars and
stripes of the United States are float-
* ins > the ice pack, proving the cour-
age of the intrepid Americans.
Care in Preparing Food.
In recent years scientists have
proved that the value of food is meas
ured largely by its purity; the re-
sult is the most stringent pure food
laws that have ever been known.
One food that has stood out promi-
nently as a perfectly clean and pure
food and which was as pure before
the enactment of these laws as it
could possibly be is Quaker Oats;
conceded by the experts to be the idea,
food for making strength of muscle
and brain. The best and cheapest of
all foods. The Quaker Oats Company
is the only manufacturer of oatmeal
that lias satisfactorily solved the proU
lem of removing the husks and black
specks which are so annoying when
other brands are eaten. If you are
convenient to the store buy the rig
ular size packages, if not near the
store, buy the large size family pack-
ages; if in a hot climate, the liermet
icallv sealed tins
WANTED TO BE SURE.
White Steamers Use Kerosene as Fuel
the white steamer which made a successful public demonstration of kerosene
the mhllt as fuel on the rfcent 2650-mile olidden tol r.
"Look here! Didn't I tell you never j
to come around here begging again! j
"Yes'm, but I just thought dat I'd :
drop around an' ask you if you reall} i
BABY HORRIBLY BURNED.
By Boiling Grease—Skin All Came Off
One Side of Face and Head-
Thought Her Disfigured for Life.
Used Cuticura: No Scar Left.
"My baby was sitting beside the
fender and -we were preparing the
breakfast when the frying-pan full of
boiling grease was upset and it went all j
over one side of her face and head.
Some one wiped the scald with, a
towel, pulling the entire skin off. v\ e
took her to a doctor. He tended her
a week and gave me some stuff to put
on. But it all festered and I thought
the baby was disfigured for life. I
used about three boxes of Cuticura
Ointment and it was wonderful how
it healed. In about five weeks it was
better and there wasn't a mark to tell
where the scald had been. Her skin
is just like velvet. Mrs. Hare, 1,
Henry St., South Shields, Durham,
England, March 22, 1908."
Potter Drug & Chcm. Corp., Sole Props., Boston.
The most interesting announce-
ment ever made in connection with
the automobile industry was un-
doubtedly that made a month or two
ago to the effect that the new models
of the White Steaui Cars could 1« run
on kerosene, or coal oil, instead of
gasoline. Everyone at ouce recog-
nized that the use of the new fuel
would add materially to the advan-
tages which the White already pos-
sessed over other types of cars.
There were some people, however,
who were sceptical as to whether or
not the new fuel could be used with
complete success, and, therefore, the
makers of the White Car, the hite
Company, of Cleveland, Ohio, deter
mined to make a public demonstrn
tion of the new fuel in the 1909 Cfld
From the standpoint of the public,
no test more satisfactory could have
been selected. First of all, the dis-
tance covered on the Glidden Tour,
from Detroit to Denver and thence to
Kansas City, was 2650 miles. This
was certainly more than sufficient to
bring out any weaknesses, if such had
existed. Still more important was
the fact that the car was at all times
while on the road under the supervi-
sion of observers named by those
who entered other contesting cais.
Therefore, it would have been impos-
sible for the driver of the White to
have even tightened a bolt without
the fact being noted and a penalty in-
flicted. At night the cars were
guarded by Pinkerton detectives and
The complete success of the new
fuel while on the 2650-mile public
teBt and the advantages gained
through its use were well described
in the following dispatch which the
correspondent of the New York hun
sent to his paper at the conclusion of
"A feature of the tour which was
watched with special interest was
that the White Steamer used kero-
sene, or 'coal oil,' as fuel instead of
gasoline. The new fuel worked
splendidly throughout the 2650-mile
journey, and all claims made in its
behalf were fully proven. First of
all, as regards cheapness, the White
driver secured kerosene all along the
route from 6 cents to 10 cents drap-
er per gallon than was paid fot gaso-
line. Secondly, the new fuel was
handled without any precautions, and
it was not unusual to see kerosene
being poured into the fuel tank while
the crew of the car and an interested
crowd stood by with lighted cigars
and cigarettes. At the finish of the
tour, the White was the only car per-
mitted by the authorities to enter
Convention Hall, where the technical
examination took place, without
draining its fuel tank. Thirdly, the
new fuel proved to be absolutely
without smoke or smell. Fourthly,
kerosene could be purchased at what-
ever part of the route was most con-
venient, and not once during the trip
through the ten States of the Middle
West was there found a grocery store
When the Umbrella Took Fire. . guar(jea Dy rinnenuii ucrau.™ ......
Thomas Simpson, the Detroit malle- j couid not be approached by any one
...... o fffiva and diem!fled : — —
where kerosene was not readily
cheaply obtainable. Finally,
amount of fuel used on the trip
showed that kerosene is at least
fifteen per cent, more efficient, gallon
for gallon, than gasoline. The ear in
other respects made a most creditable
showing, and there was the usual riv-
alry among the observers to be as-
signed to the White so that they
could ride with the maximum of com-
fort. The only adjustments or re-
pairs charged against the car during
the long trip were tightening a lubri-
cator pipe and wiring a damaged mud
guard. These penalties were not In-
dicted until more than 2000 miles
had been completed with an absolute-
ly perfect score."
A particularly interesting feature
of the new White Steamer is that
either kerosene or gasoline may be
used as fuel. The necessary adjust-
ments so that the fuel may be changed
from kerosene to gasoline, or vice
versa, may bo made in a couple of
minutes; but so completely successful
has kerosene proved to be, that it is
not believed that any purchasers will
care to use gasoline.
The White Company report that
the demand for their new steam cars
—both the $2000-model and the
$ 1000-model—exceed their most san-
guine expectations. It is evident that
the combination of steam—the pow-
er which everyone understands and
has confidence in—with kerosene—
the fuel which everyone has on hand
and can handle without any danger
.is thoroughly appreciated by
up-to-date purchasers of automo-
Pole Trip Cost $50,000.
Copenhagen.—Dr. Cook stated Sat-
urday that the expedition to the pole
cost $50,000, whereof $30.0011 waa con-
tributed by Mr. Bradley, the remaining
$20,000 being his own private expense
Believes Both Succeeded.
l.awrence, Kan.—Professor Lewis
Lindsay Dyche of Kansas University
declared that there was no reason to
doubt either of the men who have
claimed to have reached the north
pole. He ha3 traveled with each ol
these men and is an Arctic traveler
of some prominence himself.
Asks President for Aid.
Guthrie, Okla.—Governor Haskell
has addressed a lengthy letter to Pres
ident Taft in which he charges the
federal government with giving aid to
violators of the prohibitory law in Ok-
lahoma , first, by allowing liquor adver-
tisements to be sent throug-h the mails,
second, by not conforming to the law
iu issuing federal liquor licenses, and
third, through abuse of the protection
of interstate commerce.
The letter, which is accompaned
by a petition signed by 2,000 citizens,
"Wo apeal to you upon all three
questions above stated for such favor-
able consideration as you may deem
within your lawful power at this time
and in case your authority be not
now legally complete, we appeal to
you to recommend at the coining ses
sion of congress the enactment of suet
additional legislation as may be net.
essary to give complete relief on all
able iron man, is a grave and dignified
person, but once he made a joke. i
He was sitting with a party of
friends, one of whom was smoking an
enormous cigar. The friend had diffi-
culty in keeping the cigar going, and
by bis repeated lightings had frazzled
the end of it until it was about twice
its original size. But he kept bravely
Suddenly Simpson began to laugn. j
"What are you laughing at, Tom?
asked another member of the party. |
"I was wondering what Jim would |
do when that umbrella he is smoking j
begins to blaze," he said—Saturday j
VALUE PAINTED ON.
Well painted is value added wheth-
er the house be built for one thousand i
dollars or ten thousand. Well painted j
means higher selling value, and high-
er occupying value — for there's an
additional pleasure in living in the
house that is well dressed.
National Lead Company assist in
making the right use of the right
paint by sending free upon request to
all who ask for it, their "Houseown-
ers* Painti.ig Outfit No. 49." This
outfit includes a book of color schemes
for either exterior or interior paint-
ing, a book of specifications and an
instrument for detecting adulteration
in paint materials. Address National
Lead Company, 1902 Trinity Build-
ing, New York City, and the outfit
will promptly sent to you.
A Question of Grammar.
Hetty's uncle, who was a school
teacher, met her on the street one
beautiful May day and asked her if
she was going out with the Maying
"No, I ain't going."
"Oh, my little dear," said her unt ie.
! "you must not say '1 ain t going, and
he proceeded to give her a little lesson
i in grammar. "You are not going. He
i is not going. We are not going. N ou
are not going. They are not going, i
I Now, can you say all that, Hetty?
"Sure I can," she replied, making a j
courtesy. "There ain't nobody going.'
"Chickens a Nuisance."
"Chickens a nuisance," declares the
Charleston News and Courier. What,
Chickens a nuisance? Yes, when
all they leave of your garden is a
reminiscence; yes, when the young
cock, full of the joy of life, rouses
you in the early dawn; yes, when
some low-browed, vulgar fowl whips
the very life out of your blooded pet;
yes, when the pip or other ailment
worries the amateur breeder. But
when fried? Never!
If you believe in
safeguarding the chil-
dren's health, make the
schoolroom walls clean
and pure with soft tints,
restful to the eye, done in
The Sanitary Wall Coating
Please write for school circular and
opinion of leading experts as to
suitable colors to be used.
Alabastine Co., Grand Rapids,Mich.
in the purchase of
it is an absolute
guarantee of pur-
ity and quality.
For your own
that it is on the side of
every leg of white lead
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
1902 Trinity Building. New York
Magistrate (to witness)—I under-
stand that you overheard the quarrel
between the defendant and his wife?
Magistrate—Tell the court, if you
can, what he seemed to be doing.
Witness—He seemed to be doin' the
If you sit down and wait for your
ship to come in don't be surprised if
nothing but a wreck drifts in with the
The man who has a talkative wife
may have a whole lot to say, but he
seldom gets a chance to say it.
IS THE SUMMER SK VSOV
children ovcrlndulK. In coiln* fruit -. with "tonmrb
i,nlnsusai-'inM^iiu-rn-,';iiu}tln'rslh<iiiM hiivfi l i ti.uid
Painkiller t.lVrry l>avis ). Zoe, 35c and jOc bottles.
Many a well-developed woman has
her modiste to thank for it.
If you wish beautiful, clear, white clothes
use'Red Cross Ball Blue. Large 2 oz.
package, 5 cents.
Her string is soon worn out if a girl
has too many beaux.
after taking salts or cathartic
waters—did you ever notice that
weary all yone feeling—the palms
of vour hands sweat—and rotten
taste in your mouth — Cathartics
only move by sweating your bowels
—Do a lot of hurt- Try a CASCA-
RET and see how much easier the
job is dono — how much betui
you feel. ***
CASCARETS loc b box for •
treatment, nil druggists
io the world. Milfiou boxes a month.
. l'i >
Mr*. Wlnllow's Soothing; Syrup.
..jt children tcethlnf, nore-on tlia K';n.., tcduco. In-
flammation, aUaya pain, euros wind collu. !Sca hott.e.
A guilty conscience is apt to be its
Many smokers prefer them to 10c
cigars. T"ll the dealer you want Lewis'
Single Binder. Factory, Peoria, Illinois.
Tri groat varlrfy f«r snlo fit tho lowest prices by
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11.OttKBN'H SON8- R. ATLANTA.
N. U., Oklahoma City, No 37-1909.
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