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Jasper, Indiana, Friday, May 8, 1908.
,,. ni t J I n Pf n Ol uuu -ft-nu tne increase nas cwue iwu uuiu new uuiucua qvO.VJwJU.
I mail SlaPlGO 0 PO ICS öU O UP. UP?n rel !estate ,a?d UBin??' flom the ; nation's wealth uow sweet and fragrant is the
MII1IIUI! uiuuuu ill iuiiuuu uy uiui. -from the great fortunes divided among heirs and rom!atmosphcre 0f that community
- j the owners of fortunes who are well able to pay and who:which is kept in the odor of pur-
An Advertiser Who Takls By The
Aristocrat's Public Rebuke Led Him to Overthrow should be made to pay.
Their Rule in South Carolina.
itv and intelligence, through the
-im t.. r.i,r,i,v,iu inw n -f-.,o, C"70 cff crC medium of the Public School
wnezi any uuuiu uieu uc iuiu a iviuuut; ux i u,vvv,wvr------ , America
and yet he had been paying taxes on less .than a million !byÄ7n0' ions in ;hdir maCTin.
dollars. The nuhlic did not benefit irom his wealth. lv-tiu.n,.nnn in if sublime
immensity, mountains standing
arm upon their granite lounaa
tions-all, are less impressing
than living in the radiance of a
Dne week airo this day. with
WAemwrrrnM Tl C. Mav 1. "Rronerht out bv the an-!dollars. The public did not benefit from his wealth. Ev
nounccment that Senator Tillman of South Carolina is too eryday large American fortunes reported to the courts
ill to return to the senate at this session of congress, an show that they had dodged taxes for years, and there is
interesting story is related at the capital in connection no law to reach them and secure for the public the share
with Senator Tillman's ideals of agricultural education. It that it ought to have.
was tnrouern a reuuKe auministeieu to mm sume yeuiauguj auc 151 -n.n-ii u w.... onu wueiv uu wu urtJ, -iuw
when he tried to explain his ideals that he entered politics, ithe Americans. We should be guided by. their experience. (sensitive eagerness, the cmldren
There was an old agricultural college in. the state in -Davies Co. Democrat Kne
.1 .1 T-.-. nr-rvnnt-lr-r until if O m'aofllirr IlfOC n 1 1 Of I I 1 n ' . .. rat l l. .1 I.
Cost of Building a Creamery.
f Vinco flnvR Tn connection with it a mfeetimr was called
UlUWW V4J wg - - s,
nf Pninmhin S. C. Mr. Tillman, who was then a farmer
iiviner on his lower plantation, attended the meeting. He
tried to address the meeting, but it is related that John C. Durjng the past few years there have been built in the
Haskell, a son-in-law ol Wacie iiampton, miner inumaLeu;United States severaj thousand creameries, many of which
that Mr. Tillman knew little about the subject, and neihave b succesful from the start, while others have
was not afforded an opportunity to air his views. i failed after a few months' operation, and some were nov-
büke from one of the leading aristocrats of the state. Ke- An investigation of the creamery business in several
turning to his plantation, he wrote an exposition of his gtates by the United States Department of Agriculture
views on agricultural education and sent it to the Cotton as shown that the cause of many failures was due to a
Planter, then an influential journal among Southern agri-llack of a sufficient number of cows, which should not be
cultural interests. This article attracted attention eyery-liess than 40o, and that others failed because of improper
where, and Mr. Tillman, still a farmer without political organization, in the case of cooperative creameries, and
ambitions, was asked to address a meeting at Bennettville. jexceSsiye cost of building and equipment. Many cream
He accepted. His views made a hit. He was asked to!erjes have cost about twice their actual worth, and were
make another address. He accepted. Organization wasjnot 0f the type suited to the locality in which they were
Tillmnn was elected governor of South Carolina. Thp. post of a hnildinir about 28 hv 48 feet will varvfrom
Primaries came into vogue in South Carolina about that 300 to $1,400, dependent upon the locality, the construc
ting, and the aristocracy of old families who haü been nation, and the cost of material.and labor. Such a building
political control were unhorsed under the leadership of usuaiiy consists of a main work room, engine and boiler
Tillman. It was as governor that Mr. Tillman brought jroom (including space for refrigerator machine), coal
about the establishment of the Clemson and Winthrop room refrigerator, store, and office,
schools, and it was the rebuke from Haskell that really Machinery for a hand-separator plant, consisting of 15
forced Tillman in politics. horsepower boiler, 10-horsepower engine, combination
Senator Tillman is now on his fine plantation near Tren- churn with a capacity of 600 pounds of butter, and other
ton, in the southern part of South Carolina, within twen-'necessary apparatus, will cost approximately $1,200. Ma-
Anmista. It is now snrinetime there. The plantation This emrinment will handle from L 000 to 1.200 nounds of
covers some 160 acres of well cultivated country, and the; Gutter per day. If a refrigerating machine is included the
senators men are now harvesting nearly twenty acres üicosfc wjn be from $600 to $1,000 more,
asparagus. .J The total cost of a creamery would therefore vary fro
There are fine orchards, and one of the finest colonial $2,000 for a simple hand-separator plant without arti
fhn Smith A VPl'V hroad niazza extends arOUndUlnl vofrirroviifinri wVipvp lnhnr nnrl -myfprinl a va eh pan
On Fridav. an advertiser who
sent us a jjood many checks, says
the Northwestern L.umDerman.
comfortably filled up a good arm
chair, and talked considerably
outadvertising. "When I buy
advertising," he said, I want
to feel assured that the paper in
which I have space goes to the
men whom I desire to reach, and,
further, that the people to whom
it goes have a good opinionof it.
I olace my advertising on that
ba"sis- I used to think that I did
dertone, "Farewell" "School is not receive my money s worm
out. ' ' .The word never had such .unless I could trace a certain num-
a meaning before, nor the sylla- ber ol sales to some particular au.
bles of it so sweet a sound. Itil am over that. I meet the de-
is another word for tenderness jmandot macmnery in my nut',
and beauty. "School is out' '.and having done that I want to
Farewell lioys rareweuiDe Known, nu www uu muwim..
Girls" "Goodbye." There isjl advertise, say in a dozen papers,
something in their hearts which and a man comes along and buys
passes speech. There is some-a mg diu ol giuub. w uc
i,;,1(r in fiwir lnnU not of von-me what particular paper
Igeance or submission, but of hard drected him to my work?
necessity, WhlCh Stilles DOtniilNOl nut mice m a imuuiw um.
which.chokes all utterance. It I have been advertising for years
: ..v. oV.cn,.Uori i'n Hocnnir sn hp. mav know where I am. and
iThey linger but for a moment, iwhen he wants to buy, he comes
Their look is onward. They have ito me. wane nröt-umaa uiav-w.u-
lost their faithful friend and ery, ana let everyooay w
teacher. Like the year that has (where the machinery can be had,
glided into the gold and russet ol ana tnen treat your cusiühiwö
autumn, they reach the long white; is the way to get busi
looked for end of their journey 'ness."
But, still sadness and sorrow j - - ;
reiim. the severance ol friend-. Tnnnh DC H MP Iflniniim
ship has come, the futures over ; "uuu ' .
Cast Wltn Clisappouiunum, auut lUJiJi rmuiv oiauuuv-n.,
hopes are shattered, and they Inent society swell of Hawville,
know nothing ot what is to oe.,u r., nau just nnisneu winb-
FflnPoHnrm nronrP5?K has been nnnntr into the rosv ear oi jiss
SenaLOi Will UHJJIUVC uiuic mpiij in m. w..0
flowers and sunshine of his South Carolina home than he
would during an entire month in Washington at this time
of the year.
The Milltown Record, of Crawford Co.,
Whisky Run Tp., on Hon. Lige Cox.
Lige Cox, that affable, able and handsome man at Wash
Wfnn fhnf rlicnpnsps numnkin seeds to the "hayseeds"
nnrl nncFiirHnnc tn thft MeiTV VVldoWS. Will nO QOUbt De
sinned on its onward career:
you might as well command the
sun not to break throucrn tne
fleecy cloud that herald its advent;
in the horizon, or to shroud itseir
in gloom and darkness as it as
cends the meridian, than to try
to mve chi dren such consolation
and hope, which is scorned by
Gladys Mork, the village belle,
the sweet story, old but forever
new, and the maiden s sottcheeK
wns renosincr trustfully on his
manlv bosom, the while he was
filled with emotions so joyous and
tender that he scarcely Knew
whether his head was on straight
or not. when suddenly a aeen.
1UII clliu cl iiiuiiui wok) iciuvji. twin iiiaiiiui.
Thp Dpnnrtmpnfc of Atrriculture is nrenared to furnish
' o y ir
information for the proper organization of creameries and
cheese factories, and upon request will supply plan of or-
ganizauon, list oi macmnery, anu pian lor creamery,
orrespondence should be addressed to the Dairy Division
United States Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.
Know Your Business.
Vanderbilt pays his cook $10,000 a year, my boy,
the genial heavens and generous! solemn groan of misery gushed
earth. Xsot because illustrious in at wie open wmuuw ul lug
men did not precede him, gath-'dimly lighted sittingroom of the
ering in constellations and clus- Merk villa wherein the young
ters, but because the name shines couple sat.
out through children's hearts in "Oh, mercy," fluttered the
all its teerless grandeur -Mr. maiden, in sudden fright
Wellman, the educator of our, "Somebody has been listening
children, never surpassed and Wal, i u soon see aoouuuiau
scarcely eoualled in cultivation, ejaculated tne swain, grimiy,
refinement and science, meas- jerKing out nis reauy revuiver
ured by that aspiration which is with a deftness born of longprac-
central and permanent in the.tice. "Whothedev-thatis, who
spirit and life of a successful iare you, out tharr
teacher and superintendent and i Aiitnat is im ui xiemjr u.
that the moral value which he jTiddicum," replied a care worn
possesses. voice, as a head and neck, the
VVvfi Imvn coon f 1m lifrlit pnniP lütter unadorned bv a collar.
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over the eastern hills in glory, were dimly seen rising outside of
lent "Bullvfor Cox, anyway." He's a dandy oia ooy gvi wCiujr -"ff ; "i
he looks after the Rural Houtes, the Pensions, the crops three languages tolerably well and keep books fairly, and
the Countv Fairs, the Farmers Alliance, tne Doys ac sea ,u:,uclowlJU ö8 vj
and in fact eveÄgfrom the Post office at Lilly Dale could preach a fair sermon and knew something about
auu in uLb eveiytiuiifc, xxu v Jhnrses and could teletrraDn a little, and could do horit nor-
to tne deep water ways 01 russum xiuu ween. xuu w..
always depend on your Uncle Lige for the very best and
when he makes a speech at Washington if Uncle Sam
could only remove the dome of the Capital for time being
cverv one of his constituents in the Third Indiana district
ecu d hear his stentorian voice and easily note his plead
ings and demands in their behalf.
horses and could telegraph a little, and could do light por
ter's work, and could read proof tolerably well, and could
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do piain nouse ana sign painting, ana couia neip
The Dead Man's Tax.
driving the hazv darkness like
mist before a sea-born gale, till
leaf and tree, and blade of grass
glittered in the myriad diamonds
of the morning ray, and you
thought it was grand. You have
the window. Don't mind me;
I have no objections to offer."
What are you doin' out thar,
an' what in thunder do you
I iest want to ask a favor
eoon fi licrnt i hni ipnnPfl at. mir - of vou. an then 1 11 slink away.
;rrV.- ofiii,mi.f Hm cfni-m cwont T hone vou will excuse me for
sky. shivering over chaotic clouds mentionm it m the presence of
'mid howling winds till cloud and.a lady, out 1 weniui swnnnim
darkness and the shawdow- down at the creek late this after-
haunted earth flashed into mid- noon-it seems almost a vear ago
andjou knew that to me now an' some oiauoncai
But the grandest; boys stole my clothes or the cows
tlmt ate 'em un. or something. Anv-
tie Almighty throneihow, the disappeared, an while
This country has only begun to appreciate the value of
the inheritance tax. President Roosevelt has urged it and
nmp nf thp ctntpci hnvp laws that cet small returns from
large fortunes, but they are mere trifles compared with
what should be got, says the Baltimore American.
During the present year Mrs. Rylands, widow, of the
great millionaire merchant of Manchester, died m Eng
land. She left a fortune of $17,000,000. The English
W nvnptc pcfnfn HiiHpr of 10 Der cent, on the first mil-
lion pounds and 15 per cent, on all above that. There are
also Ipo-hpv rhitfpc Sn in this instance we find the taxes
amounting to $3,250,000 which goes into the public
In thf TTnitnd States we are facillGf a deficit in the na
f Pviffnin hn; mst ended its finan-
pinl vom. wifh inprpncpfl rovpniiP. of S7.500.000. "ThlS
j)henomenon," we are told by the London Mail, " is mainly
accounted for by an increase of no less than $4,150,000 in
Ihr pcfafn nnrl rfonfh rliiHoc nnrl hv nn inP.renSG of no leSS
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than $2,535,000 in the property and income tax. That a
been collected in the last quarter than in the correspond
ing quarter of last year is doubtless due to the increased
tirpccnro iwhinh hnc lnon riif imnn fhp inpnmP .f."VnlVPrS.,''
The treasury winds up its year with a surplus of $17,590,-
knows how to cook, savs Bob Burdette. It wouldn't
make a cent's difference in his salary if he thought the
world was flat, and that it wgnt around its ordit on
wheels. There's nothing liko knowing your business
fhrnncrii nnd f.hvnnoh. mv hnv. frnm witho.rs to hoof, whe-
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is the light of a noble and beau-
tiful lue wrapping ltselt in the
destinies and education of chil
dren and findinc his home in the
bosom of everlasting light.
The children love him, tnepeo-
The Best Half of Life.
tic hbertv and the lasting union
of our' Country, I conjure you to
iruard the errand Public bchool
Tho hpcf hnlf nf lifo i; in frnnt of f.hp. mnn nf fnrtv. if
Un Vi- omrflininr nf n mnn Tho xrnrlr hn will fin will hp
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done with the hand of a master, and not of a raw appren-
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tice. me tramea intellect uoes not sue men neub
urnli'inn' ff hnf cppc o7pit1 hino plpnvlv nnrl in insh mpnsnrp.
TIiq fvoinorl fomnoi' rlnpc nnf vnch nf. wnvlr likp n blind hull Svctpm nf our Land. State and
nh n hnvshif.k. hut advanfifls with the calm and ordered Town! Guard it when it sihks.
pace of conscious power and deliberate determination. To !f X 'lih.v'ot
no man is the world so new and tne iucure so iresn as to 'subject and the security of
him whn hno onont thp pmw vpnrs nt his htp nilf W in nflR T n,wl
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made some headway in comprehending them. To him
tne commonesu tinnga ate iure uuu wunuisrxui uuui m
fhpmcjplvps and as narfcf? of a beautiful and intelligent
1 1 O.- -1- iL! t t ,,1 A.it-lni-, Ii
wnn p .unn ji i.mmr sik siiihmhns in nit-! liiii uuuica iic
pnnnnt understand. Knowledge is alwavs onenine: outbe-
fnrp him its wider exnanses and more commanding heitrhts.
The pleasure of growing knowledge and increasing power
maKes every year oi ms me nappier anu muvu uopeim
thart last. Ex, 4
I was pryin' around huntin' for
'em picnic party ot young ladies
an' gentlemen an' a preacher or
two got betwixt me an' the creek
before I noticed 'em 1 Have been
prognosticate around, so to
pie respect him, not only for;speak, irom one slight hidm'
i,:,it frtv. uim nUnrnntnr fnt nl.icc to another ever since.
IIIIIIOUIJ. IUI 1"J VIIUIMVVV, 1- .7 1 1 1 i 1 .
his integrity, ability, judgment! "I have been blistered by the
and iron will, but they love himjsun, iurm uy uiamuies, cnaseu oy
most for the enemies he has dogs, stung by hornets, lacer
mnrlo As thp. nrivocnte of edu-iated by red ants, shot at
cation and of good Public Schools once or twice by near-sighted
and of good fumic School tach- .gems, an uumuu io a ragm"
ers. therefore ot peace, ot domes-. ievcr wiu uuuiu. i iosc my
Johnny and flio GlralVc.
Mamma Johnny has begun to
develop all the characteristics of
Papa Why do you think so?
Mamma When I made him
wash his neck today he said he
'was glad he wasn't1 ti giraffe.
hpnrin's after dark, an' finnllv
slipped up to this window in time
to hear you propose to the girl
I've been engaged to for the last
six months, an' whom I loved
quite a good deal.
An' now au 1 ask is that, m
the name of pity, you'll wake up
Miss Gladys' brother Hank an'
borrow nough clothes, from him
to cover me sorter half way de
cently while I sneak homo
through town, or if he ain't yere,
please fling me out a blanket or
a barrel, an' let me go. I have
mithin' to live for now, but I
don't want to be feunii dead in
the awful an' unsightly condition
I'm now in."