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baa fate tba product bast mdtad to
». ba ^wdyii that prate
ana-crap ayatun Tba Garb, w« hm
•aid, ara hereditary Iowa rdthaaeO.
Thaaa man ta Scotland aaanty arc bo
ybatny M maka a,cartful study of
tha conditions ad soil, labor, fartillsar,
tad caoditioat. will oinm bit*
tor marketing realities aad a bate
nafawtriiltay «d tba law ad supply
and demand. A little. fadbtecs ad
totbbf ad tba Una tba it County
Cs ate 1 naps ■ Hbn at tba Rocky Ford
batola aad la tba rite far a product
that b manifestly superior—In short,
tba stowbTdtmriia ad tba hmclses,
•avorfal product ed H eerier d trill pat
that taction on tba Map. Therefore
tba writer who faarribtd tba Scetch
mae aa having tba three nbniailmlal
tea wa hair* anattensd way oat have
beta aa far wrong. K "thay will
»P«»k the truth- by adeurtiabg their
boo set product, they will be abb ta
pay ter beat; aad whan wa a re
truthful and beneat, wa axa happy.
Baby happy, they trill, of course, vote
tha Democratic ticket,"
A rood many of oar readers, es
pecially in Loertnburg, will be iatar
astad to know that this office haa re
cently received a latter from Col. J.
W, Day, the veteran compositor, who,
foe so long served this office at the
The old gentleman, wa are sorry
to nets, suffered a alight stroke of
paralysis soma weeks ago. He hi now
indulging in rite comforts and plana
nre# of the Confederate Soldiers
Homs in Atlanta, Ga.
His condition haa never bean seri
ous, and ha says, that tha physicians
taU him that beeanae of the type of
paralysis ha haa mdfoed, that Chare
ia a* reason why he may not be is
atered to hie naoal health and
strength, a eonditiee that his mn
mn friends be LnnHnbnrg aiaceraly
Base BaH Daps.
By A High Behest Stedent.
Wa have oar opening g-with
Spring HiB Friday and hop* to see a
large crowd out to witness tha game.
Spring Hill says they have a good
team this yaar and tha game wiU.be
Cabby ia getting his ana in shape,
and ao is Cotie, and aQ tha rest of the
team is ia dna shape except Fatty,
who is stOl romting Us weight down.
OmrraU looks Lika ha Is going to do
right field justice this year. He seams
to ha ana af the heat recruits. Wallace,
whs WO mrHsatfy hold left, la also
skewlag food staff. Odoas, our bade
■tap says be la going to surprise us
aB (wanders will happen.)
Our UiiH la daiag vary wall at
PWWt, hut Fields and MeAm don't
“to to atop these that earns toe hard.
Sffilfo. who ia ana af tha recruits,
manta to be holding dawn third with
tha bam af ability. Hamden U gut
in doubtful af tto'anmmlf'aS
one af ear oowtng pfoihnrs. te Uhaly
to ba tried out Ola season, but Mr.
Bahb terns te ba the suly sn* who
hue faith in Wa ability to pitch. Coo
togtoe ia aaadug m pretty good.
Dm*l forget tha game Friday.
lag ship* Car Um naval runes. ‘ kg
an now in tbs League Island Ifavy
A u« type of leatherlses Am is
bring widely advertised in Um Cot
Man aswapeyin. Um sgpsfn w
and* of gray or Mock waterproof
linen snllriotb and the solas ara made
Of thin layers of wood fastened to
gether with watar-proef gfoe.
The hrnt recorded elopement. lt» an
aerial line encountered ite smash In
Ban Francisco, when Alitor Basith
Mad salt for divorce froas hie wife,
who srna Mies A knee Coot, of Peat
Wyne, lad. He charged cruelty and
alleged Us wife's affections an etee
Egpocto of J. P. Morgan’s pres wit
trip to Europe declare that a new
British loan situ soon be negotiated in
the United States, as the *600.000,000
Angle Prenah Iona now is nearly ex
hausted. A large French Iona, prob
ably between f 100,090^00 and fiMQr
OOOjMO la now being arranged.
Manufacturing plants in aseen tend
ing tednstiiss ef the United States
base inrvMasd thrir working force
an avenge of IS per cent within the
year, aacording to figures given out
by too Department of Labor. Wages
paid out fat these industries have in
creased nearly SO per cent witfcis that
Five thousand employes of tha Ar
mour, flwift and Morris packing
plants hi East St Louis, QL, haws
just received an unsolicited raise in
wages. Tha pay rolls of Mm thrse
concerns will be increased shout
$3,000 n week. The rales was tha
first granted to skilled workman in tha
pleats in IS years.
The purchase from Mrs. Hatty
Oman, the New York capitalist, of tha
"Old Eureka" geld mine at Batter
Crock, Cal., ha* just bean made by a
syndicate of saltern millionaires. The
mine has long boon known as "Hatty
Green’s pat kitten." The price ah*
received for it is said te have been
more than $1,000,000.
A donation of $1^00 from President
Wilson to the Ellen WO**
a fund being raised at Atlanta;
for swarding scholarships to children
in mountain sections of the South, has
just been received by officers of the
memorial. The President's personal
check for that asMunt was ■—
in n letter from Mrs. Edith Boling
Dr. and Mrs. Charles R. L. Putnam,
of New York city, who already had
adopted six poor children, have just
added another daughter to Mm Dually.
As order signed by fldrr^afea
Un was (Usd tha ether day, ski nlsg
that tha Pstnams have adopted Non
McCarthy, 16 yean old. Nan’s moth
er dtod^aad, it is alleged, her father
Mr* Ida M. Bfrtay, of AMaoMe
Qty» N. J., was allowed *10 a wash
alimeay and «8C counsel fee Mm other
day, imiilif a final decree te hog soft
far divorce against Bfchatd Loper
BMay, until recently employed te the
yhte. Ito. »ysjd5i"t£
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Mm Tnto i^ pto TMto
■wmlng ■» tha )hm af Mm Ban
tritar Hacks to aa Aft to toad oat
what Mm Haatotomr paid tor har as
Tha wtfa af 8am Flinders baa torn
M tone that aha could aot apeak
ahos* a whisper tor the past few days
Until aha gets to talking sot lead
' again, torn win not wear cotton to his
Fief. Sap 8p radian says the reason
I toad is m heavy to that there to no
mock af it to a small pieoe.
Hack Hocks, dazing hto latonre «©
Panto! Boone didf£ dtototoMaknam
i Bat Smith, congenial and accom
BMdattog proprietor of tho Mom
shin* still so Maaket Ridge, haa
•nnoenead to hto many mstomirs
and friends that hereafter he will
k*to tha front door «f hto place
kckad on fan day, to ceaaply with the
fVris* of the Daptty Constable. For
the eaweentooM of hi* patroea, how
ever, he will tare the veer end of the
building around facing tha treat oo
Iks spring term of the ochoel at
tho Wild Ontoo school house will be
gin with to a short time. or just m
sood as ha eaa complete the winter
term. The popils are all Isaiah* so
fast that auny of them have had W
quit for awhile.
Ike Mail Carrier haa a fall devel
oped cam of aaudl-pex, and upon hto
arrival at Bagwellow yesterday a
food stood crowd gathered at tho
psstsOc* to extend him their sympa
thy Aside from that of the Wild
thUcn school teacher, this to the first
eas* *f this disease scan sreond kora
and the Mali Carrier to rapidly spring,
tog into prominence.
Bum Pickens has entered society
and since doing so kaa pat insect
pewder on his mate and .. his
buggy with vaseline.
Things ars expected to get active
around here os soon aa the snake*
and fleas begin to arrive again.
A rabbit was treed under the post
ofllce Tuesday morning and a good
Portia of the stock and fixtures had
to be removed before the building
eodd be raised Ugh enough for Dock
Hecks to crawl under.
The Hog Ford church has a new
member in the person of Pit Smith.
Another scat will not be added, hew
ever, until it is seen that he is going
Prof. Sap 8pradlen will .deliver an
address on the 8outh Pole at the
Wild Onion school house next Satur
day night. He will give a full des
cription of it, using the blackboard
to Illustrate Just hew UU it U and
how tt looks.
When spring gets under full head
way and Poke Basley can move his
chair oat on the front porch at the
postofflee the Postmaster announces
that he will bays ranch more room
Has Barlow thinks oar Depity Con
stable should wsar hi* star on the
hack of hia coat, as moat of die vtaan
Me* ia dsns behind bis hack.
The Old Mtear on Musket Ridge
stuck hie heed out of the kouae for a
few minutes yesterday, but slammed
the door when he saw EUick HeU
The Mail Carrier was several hoots
late yesterday In arriving, ha havbw
stopped along the way many times to
diaeom the almost impassible condi
tion of the roods.
la Sanford Saturday night of last
wash Mr. J, B. Woodall was hold 19
by an unknown man while on his way
te Us home. Belag toM to held up
hia bands, Mr. Woodall complied bat
thought his smallest was Joking.
Hosing the man was In asmsat Mr.
Woodall made an alarm sad was shat
through the iovrsr pari of the body,
his amailsat then naming sway. Mr.
WosJaO made hta way to a nearby
rmUmm and was later earrtod to the
hospital, where ha died Sunday night.
Ha was enable to give nay deaerip
ttsa of Ms assailant, ft la njml
that Pobbsry was the motive of the
h*id-ep. The town of Ban/ocd kaa
offered a rswasd of WO for the mgr
« jgwm rf'dr’aCtaS oT
*M.tf*^miTl .1 l.l
The pna Journal aaya that mm
at It* exchangsa are naming notice#
ef eaadidatee tat offie* tat nothing.
That's a mighty had policy, as the
•aid candidates weald refuse ta re
turn the favor at the sane* price.
Whenever you see an article la this
paper bo acting a candidate yea can I
hat year office towel against a Ford
automobile that the eaid notice is
paid for. It ie ear policy to treat all
candidates fair aad square, but long
write-ep# must he paid for, not in
promisee, hat Ja cash. If e man wants
an office it in up to him to pay his own
way aad not expect th* newspaper* to
give him th* apace, as space la all a
paper has to sail sad whenever an
editor done tea Us space, you can . be
pretty positive that the space la hie
paper lent worth very much or he
would regard it autre highly. You
never noticed a grocery maa giving a
each of flour to a Madid a to, did you T
Well, space to a nowspapet is what
floor la to the groevrymaa. A can
didate need* both in hia business, and
he should pay fur both_Ex.
What constitute* a day's work T Wa
figure it out that It depends altogeth
er on your occupation. If you lay
brick, eight hoars; If you keep house,
sixteen hour*; If yea preach the gos
pel, two hours; if yea are a porter in
a sleeping car, twenty hours; if you
serve the government, one boor; and
If you are a newspaper man, twenty
Oft an times the first question asked
abort a stranger is “How mack money
has he T" Wo try not to be pessimistic
to think we as a nation, are growing
stronger In the attributes of ideal
manhood, yet it is hard to do. In the
mighty struggle for power, fame and
position we have keen led astray by
false gods. Let us go back to find the
old trail marked out by oar pioneer
fathers, and with one mighty voice
say. “I would rather be right than be
Half the joy of life comet from get
ting good oat of things as we go
along. Some of os are always pat
ting off our enjoyments. After a
while, we expect to take a rest, see a
friend, read a book. Bat after e while
never comes, the good times we are
looking forward to ties ae far away
as ever. All oar life la spent in mean
ing to overtake it sad enjoy it. Mean
while wo tell, drudge, and grow old.
passing by with unselfish eye the
happiness we might get out of every
This is becoming a wonderful world
Everything is done by steam pres
atire. Whsa the great Atlantic cable
was baieg lowered it was on all
tonguei as the greatest project the
world had eves known, and ha who
was the poeeeeaor of an inch piece at
the twisted wire was rich ta relics.
Now we have almost forgotten there
is sack a thing. The air ship to the
ooe center erf attraction, but in a few
yean that, too, will move Into the
shadow-of some mightier scheme.
Oar young lady reader, if you an
looking for your priaeo, just teat hit
hens conduct before you accept Mm.
Don't be guided in your choice by
what a young man is in year parlor;
Had cut what he is hi Ms mother's
sitting room. Don't judge him by bow
he can dance, or torn a compliment,
or tip his hat or carry your small
bundle; find out how agile he Is to da
a service for hie old maid aunt, or
hpw he speaks to (he woman-folks
when hie cellars are art laundered to
la H loot? la It found?
An you looking amrail
To dtseonr nte# lodging* or board?
Ban yoa goods to eaahaaga?
Da yea want to amage
Tie parahaoa a aeaead-haad Ford?
Han yoa hoaaaa to let?
Ban yaa bayaia to gat?
Don't alt wMi a oaantanaaea **d«
Jaot tot thla papar
Do toa haataaaa for yoa,
*to right dopa ia a etessMad ad.
Your home papar wan to yoa aa
an aid Mend and nafghbor, tailing yoa
an toa boaM nawa white toa largo
dty dally antora year haaaa aa a
Da act heap your pobtanaaa to pat
aa with year good tlathaa, hacaaaa If
■ALF GALLON TOO MUCH.
' Wo Should Have PiiNHUm.
Tho mat* bill to reduce tho wWa
key allowance of Booth Carolina flam
ono gaHeu to oosholf gallon a mouth
P*—ed by ■ veto Of M to It.
I don’t like that bill, and I am
■**»** tho senator* lacked tho eour
•*• of thalr convictions. U the al
lowance of a gallon a mouth worka
Uijary to the state, tha allowance of
half that amount works an Injury
half as grout. If a thing la rights -
oua tha aasembly should leave it un
molested. If it la' evil, tho assembly
should stump It set.
The average cousuater of whiskey
can got thirty eye-openers oat of a
half-gallon. Or, If ha is of that
broad who prefer trouble in bunches,
bo can get two rousing drunks out
of a half-gallon. Does the smoot
hly place Ha*If on record aa favor
ing torn nice drunks a month—no
asore no Iota?
I reckon I Ilka a drum as wall as
anybody could, but all my personal
and professional experience convinces
me that any form of intoxicant ia a
corse to him who takm it and to
every person with whoa ho oomes ia
•cutset. Ono stiff driak of good
whiskey will not make the avvrag*
■tan drank but It will absolutely
chsng* his point of view, lbs things
that would bare seemed absurd to
him before he took tho drink, bacons
***oo«abl* and logical. The things
ho would have boon rather ashamed
to do boforo he took the drink, bo and
tho drink can do and enjoy in n spirit
of pure mischief.
The Urn* has com* when man cant
drink and retain their ttlf respect
Ttalaw, which is public op talon, ha*
frowned on whiskey, and new he who
drinks most feel and act the sneak.
I ass immensely glad th* prohibi
tion law eras passed, end I hope
South Carolina will have the coarag*
to make that law air tight—to so ar
range matters that net oo* drop shall
croas the state line. If we are going
to give up oar Idols, let a* maks a
thorough job of 1L No man can quit,
whiskey by gradually diminishing his
allowance. Neither can a state do it.
The way to quit U to quit. Th# way
to make South Carolina dry Is to
»ake it dry. Halfway measures arw
only a compromise with the devil, and
a compromise with th* devil ia about
the same as a thorough ticket to hell
with no stop-over privilege*.—Foun
tain Inn Tribun*.
What to Do far "tidsrfcs
State Beard ef Health.
Headache ia not a disease of th*
heed. As a matter of fact it la not a
dlseaa# at all. net any more ‘than a
coated tongue is a disease, it is only
a sign, a warning that aomething ia
wroag and nseda attention. Usually
on# or more of nature's lawa has bean,
violated. Excesses of one kind er
“°tbcr are th* usual violation* and
era th* meat frequent causes of hied
Tfck* no medicine to care headache.
Find oat the cause sad work there to
effect a ear* Don't "dope'* * head
ache. 11m longer yea defer mov
ing th* cause by taking *■—‘rthi
"•rthdn*. »er* aggravated ha
oamm . your condition causing roar
head to ache the more.
Constipation ia oas of the most
cotmsa caaaea of headache. Bach a
headache la promptly relieved by the
aimpl# laxative, aad its re
turn ia prevented not by the constant
•aa.ef laxative* but by rotating th*'
diet, eating an abundance of fruits*
TWr*tabl*a aad bulky foods. Ranhi
habits should ba proerieed daily to.
tisartasha. Tha etna hi sack
ta obvious. Otaa your_
mU rapeatiap this
Worktop or aleepfcg ia
hoadaihi. A 1
may ba qnickly removed by walking
ta the open air, walkfag slowly at
fast, Aon mom rapidly aa aa ta pet
*■ ^Tects •* tba pure air faread fart*
afl parts at tba body dad tha taspart
Usa driven out.
Another rowan cause of *-tiHirha
ia eye strain. If you And after raad
tap. writing or sawing that your head
•shea, yau auty be quits aura that It
is des to ay* (train. This causa eau
be wooed only by tha us* of prop
erty adjaoted ptaasam. In aw ta
•taasoa the aya may actually ha dle
wd and need treatment. Ba eare
fal ta aaa a goad spsstaBst Mn tar
tag ptaassa Sited or year ayaa treat
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