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Wilson Says the Farmer FarmerShould FarmerShould
Should Grow Material MaterialFor MaterialFor
For M Mking king uf Matting
peaks at Ajnericus Club Clubin Clubin Club1n
in 1n Pit Pitt tburg tburgPa hurg hurgPa tie gr grP grLauds
Pa PaLauds PaLauds P
Lauds Fosterling Fost ring Care Careof Careof Careof
of Ajsfricultuie AtricaltureDe AtricaltureDepartnl A riCulturE De Department DeartineiTt ¬
partment partmentAlso partnl P PAlso artineiTt e nt ntAlso
Also Suggests Suggestsof Growth Growthof
of Camphor Tree Treein Tree1n freein
in 1n South SouthI SouthllTTSBURG
I 1TTSBURO Pa April 87 Z1f E7Seet Secretary e4tuy e4tuy1gt j
f Agriculture 1gt gticuJtuTeWi1IIon iculture Wilson WilsonUu 10 a peeeh Ia be bethe bethe
the > Amertcus ri Cteb here pohttad psMted eat eatT ut utossibQltlett
ossibQltlett T > 8ibDlt In Iii the crowns lPOwI growth IIc ofrraw ofrrawt 0 0f
t < iiil itl for matting matU manufacture manufactureMiiiMg JllaD1 laanutc factu factur1l urn urntrnong
MiiiMg r1l tug other things h he said saidi Id IdlII08t
i most successful eu J farming in our ours ourlIrried ourParried
s Parried tried on by men of f highest h hest in inn IBIIII ttnre
IIII < nre n < c regarding re anUnC all that pertain to toil toiI t0il
> il the plant the animal and the theKt thet
a Kt t The American producer from fromjiUi troIn11ld fromiv
jiUi iv Id would not be the potent buffer bufferis fa tactorwithout tor tors
is s without the inventor to perfect perfed111Ihinery perfectmachinery perfectmachinery
machinery and the carrier who whojiorts whoIsprts whoi
Isprts jiorts i + orta long Io distances at loin losr ratesould rates rateswould J Juld
would ould uld be play the part be does doe in inviiurs inmarkets invorld9
viiurs markets with poorer sotts soft softcis
1 ivss cis l genial genl climates climatesAgricultural donatesAIUDral JtaAdcaIt1IraI
Agricultural UKatMRliorua EdvcatWH EdvcatWHI fatvcatinigoruus
liorua I igoruus porous movement by Federal and andlurnctea aJMIalnctea aadencles
lurnctea + > encles is tn progress pr to educate educateyoung educateI educatenutg
young I < lung people of the farm and andresearch to toresearch
1 research rE earch Into Ino the wide Reid ReidI of ofthat ofp
p that I hat pertains to producing the then th thn e
n 5 food clothing and other otherI necea neceas es
s Itiscusskm I + has been active for foration torrtioa a aration
ration or dt t > more more regarding the u uIt prepa prepan pt + epa
3 n of < > f the farmer for bis hi life lifet work worki workIucators
t i Iucators think the farther f er ern r rn needs needsIV
IV n beyond a commonschool edn ednm edun u uI
m I n Many XaI1 legislator think that thatv thatvoted thay t
v devoted voted lo training tarot ran ranII tarotcd people peopleunshod
unshod II cd The Federal Government ha has hasl s
< 1 lands and and money to educate the theii tbehn tb tbi e
hn ii of the farmer and the mechanic mechanici mechanichas
i j has > as endowed Institutions to make maketr teak teakt ke keIr e
t tr n i The State Stat have followed the thei t ti
i If r the tueCodgree Congress and something aomgtbbrgdune tbbac is isloac lei
duDe > in each of them much mucbPh muchg is islone
Ph g lone in some of them to teach teachitnoes t tesc tesccncer b bint
< itnoes int > eAl of agriculture agricultureDry agricultureDry ult ultDry
Dry Land Afrkttlture Afrkttlturei
111 i have an extensive exte aive public domain domaindually domaintiiall
dually tiiall 1 passing In into private owner ownerr
r where hcrc the rainfall is light lightliWe and andliUleof ad
0 IitJle liUleof of value grows grows becausey because becau e of ofi
i l y > hut where wb re plant food Is abund abundit
it r other parts of the worJ hav havatitkns have haveKiitUms e
0 KiitUms where people have Ilv Ilvmany lived livedn Uvedllan ed
n llan many ny generations and have learned learnednw learn learnsuW ed
suW nw crops t rops suited to dry condition Cendltiodsre CCNhU OdII or oric orr
ic r crops raps have suited themselves t Jv t tt to tosituation 10ifuaUon o
situation t ua tlon We have availed ouratterIsborioss our ourfiec ouraftM
> aftM atterIsborioss fiec laborious exploration by lI y In Innl inI
11 I nl scientists of what these t peoples peoplesAf peopl peoplfrla peoplettria
Af frla ria a and Asia have baved done ile and 1ft 1fti IDtheir
i < l their crops cro Into our dry region regionn regl regln on
n J Texas to tl Uf e TMkoias I + akotas A wheat wheatr wheani t
II ni r < i < I six yearn a + of 0 highly nutri nutriimalities nutrtlalltlew nutriualitiea
imalities lalltlew gave fld i L > < over 511100 511100Ir VtAOOAM VtAOOAMlast OOOOfIOOj A00
j Ir last year iiiioii 1 is n nf9 amt w bein being z
commuted c in all the cities of the mat bypeople by bypeople bywll
people who wll do not dream dr that they are arefd areW aretad
W fd from the the desert It will increase tncrea in famagnitude inmagnitude lutade
magnitude tade of yield and spread 4 of area areauntil areaueW areaantil
until our semiarid country country count west of the themost theelxth thenhnstyduth
nhnstyduth elxth meridian shall ball produce the thettaoat
most t of our bread Independent of irrlga irrlpInsoct irrlgavUoa
vUoa ttea
Insect Friends and Enemies EnemiesWe EnemiesWe EnemiesWe
We have friends and enemies eDeml in theinsect the theinsect
insect world They do not observe o Mrve State Statelines StateU Slat Slatlines
lines U a and when introduced Into any anypart anypart an anpart y
part of our MIl country the rest of It Is ni nidanger h1 h1Oar fludanger
danger Oar annual Joss from this thissource thlalIOuree thissource
source to very vel great Just now two in insects jaaeutbe InortaLb ¬
sects aeutbe a ortaLb Ibe gipsy moth and d the brown browntall browntalt brownall
tall t all moth Mothare are spreading over nose New Eng Ene1aJICI Lagand ¬
land l and Ad if not checked they will Infest Infestthe Jl1ftthf Infestsine
the whole country They The Attack the thetrees tbetltles thetrees
trees on lawn street and forest The Themost TheIDOIIt Themost
most effective weapon again against an Insect
Is Its ItstCrc tCrc parasite We have hav introduced introducedmany introducedy Introducedmany
many y thousand of the parasites MLnUd ta of the
insects la eets mentioned and they are dotntr doln t
their work work Our chief enturaoio entomologist is isnow Isnow i inow
now on baa way Yo to the Crimea lor mom momnests mo monetnII moreests
nests n ests of the parasites paraIt When el1 we are arevisited at arevisited
visited by an n insect insect peat the first rst move
is to ascertain a80i < < tain where it came from and
then we bring in also It 118 parasite enemy
We W travel far and wide for parasites and
have to be careful not to brill bring in I the theparasites tbepanudtN therates
parasites p rates of the parasite parasiteBeet panudteBeet parasiteBeet
Beet Sugar SugarTen SugarTen SugarTen
Ten years ago CO the United Suites Stat made madea rand rand70BOe
99908 a tons ton of beet sugar 1 Last year 481 181tou 1Bftons
09 tons tou were made The products were wereworth werewdnb w wworthde6e90 ere
worth wdnb worthde6e90 60 0 Growers Growers of the beet beetwere beetwere lae
were shown whera he berm seed Heel that would wouldaura Pro Pjro Pjroduce PIO PIOduce 0
duce beets rich In sugar could best be begrown beWIt
grown WIt how to prepare the be soil I plant plantcultivate plantcltlvte plantcultivate
cultivate harvest test t and what towith to do dowith dewith
with the byproducts Seed is I being H de developed developed develop ¬
veloped velop ed that th at has h but one on one germ most IIIO
beet mess have moreseedm moreseedmbe more JROft8Mda seeds that can ca cabe
be planted plal1 nt as corn Is planted JIaat cultivated cultivatedwithout cultivatedwithout cultivatedwithout
without band work t topped bymachhiT by mnehin mnehinery chba chbaer
ery er and lifted by machinery man When this thispolnt thl thlhtt
pointsugar point ebrt htt is reached we Wteban shall make our own ownsugar ownr
sugar r with machinery from the plow to tothe tothe tofactory
the theto factory The he American farmer r likes likesto U Uto
to sit on a spring seat 1 and we must meatvide pro provlde pr0vide
vide It for him htmDown
Rice RiceDown
Down on the Gulf coast coa is a strip of ofcountry oCeouBtry o t
country a hundred miles mU wld wide and four fouror touror fouror
or five hundred miles long Twenty Twentyyears Twe ty tyyeara
years ago CO this country was waau waauscd > used ed mostly mostlyfor looatlyfot tnostl Y
for cattle pasturage paa rqe and ad could be bebought beboupt
bought for for from 1 to > 12 x per acre It J t was wasdiscovered wasdi8COvered
discovered that rice would grow there thereTte theree the theTile
Tile e department fostered this Industry
introducing new methods and new n niw w seed seedTwice seedTwtee
Twice we had to send our men to Ind India IndiaChina IndiaChina
China and Japan in order to secure ne new newinformation newinformation
information and new varieties Each Eachtime Eachtime Fac L
time we got what we wanted wantedSeven wantedSeven
Seven years ago 80 the output of tic rirfrom rI1t rI1tfrom ticrein e
from rein this country was wa 250006000 260000 GOO pounds poundsLast pouJMILast isandLast r
Last LastSeven y year r it wan wa over S06WOww pounds poundsTexas poundsTtxu
Texas alone now produces more than thanhalf uabait tba n
half of this amount Thousands Thousandsomen of offarmers oftarraera
farmers omen from the t a grain Adds Id of the theNorth theNorth
North have flocked l to this th region and andhomes aadbOllMMl an d
homes and entire cities have been irnll irnllup built builtup boUtup t
up as a result re uJt of this industry industryMatting IIwltryrtlattinc ladusttyMatting
Matting MattingA
A wise saying In has it that if we wHl wHltake wtntake watake 1
take care of the pennies the dollars wiH wOItake wiHtake
take care of themselves thetlll Mv What is true trueof trueor
of individuals is true of nations naUo II We Wewant Wewant W Wwant e
want to keep our money mone at home homewherefore h me mewherefore
wherefore we > have been n invest investigating investigatingthe
the matting matUn < < Industry Every Eyer year we wesend weBend
send to foreign forei < < n peoples peopI fK000OM a of o our ourmoney ourmoney ou r
money for the matting to cover our ourfloors ourftoora
floors Why not make this matting at athome at1HMae
home To compete with the cheap heap labor la labor labor ¬
bor of the Orient OrlC t we must have havechines ma machines mahfne ¬
chines hfne for weaving the matting matU and t tsupply to tosupply tosupply o
supply the raw material 1Dat rIaI we must en encourage tincouralrf urncourage ¬
courage > the th farmers to grow It ItThe ItTh
The Th matting is i made mad from a kind of ofrush orMush o f
rush water plant pia kit that will grow anywhere any anywhere anywhere ¬
where in this country countr but especially eap claltJ I In Intin tt
11 tin Sou South Ui The finest varieties trttit > > H of n this thisrush thl thlrush ihirush s
rush have been n develops d abroad 11 We Ve e
Wfa WJ idepartments sting sting1korsr iv Not tMake Make MaHing MaHingEvory
Evory Evc r yc ycnr yeer r we Bend to foreignpeoples foreign foreignpeoples foreignpeopIca
peoples 5000000 OOO of our money moneyftfr 1Uueyfor
for the irfatting niiafti to cAver c er our ourfloors ourAoora ourIloora
floors AYliy JIY not make JD ke this mat inattjjig1 matt
t tjjig1 JJgt ng wi home lomc onto To compete eom te with withthe with J
I the cheep e11 ft P Jnbor JllbO r of the Orient OriC t we welaiwt wtUfIJt wemust
must UfIJt Ifsvt machines for weaving weaving1the weavingthe eavin eavinthe
the the matting matti and to supply the theraw tbernw therilw
raw material uaat < tuil we must encourage encouragethe eueouragethe j jtile
the farmers f rJlurR rmt ra to grow it Ma Machine ¬ I IchiJlttJ
chine have been devised which whichwill I Iwill
will enable eRbl one good American Americanoperator ltnericanoperator
operator 10 weave cave as s much mat mattins JDRtthlg
tins ting in n 1 day as a an Oriental 01 1t1iltl can canweave canw
weave w ve i in tltirty tlt tltt rty ty dys Our lacknow taskno lack tatknow
now no nt Jato la to get fesionffh Do raw maie maierial JDaterlltl
rial tokeOl to keep those machines going goingand lobCftud gobtgand
and we sludl lldl have nave the Industry lnduafJrrtrtooScCl Industryturted
atartotlSecrtttary turted trtooScCl Secretary tary of Ayrinul Ayrinultu AIi11 AIi11ture Agritnllture
tu ture re Wilson Wilsonhave WiJ on onhave
have imported Imp rted these varieties and are areplanting areplanUq
planting them in the South and else elsewhere eIaewhere elsewhere ¬
where Machines have ba ve been devised devisedwhich devt8edwhJch
which will enable one good American op operator OJ OJerator ¬
erator to weave Mve as a much matting in aday a aday aday
day as an Oriental can weave in thirty
days day Our r task now Is to get enough enoughraw enoughraw OUCh
raw inane material 1 to peep these machines go ¬
I fag I and we shall have the Industry IDdu tl7 tl7I I Istarted
I started atarteclI s
I CamphorCaJIIpttor Camphor CamphorCamphor
Camphor in the arts art and sciences and andIn andIn andin
In medicine Is an Important product prod It Itis ItIII Itis
is made from a tree which is perfectly perfectlyhardy perfectahardy perfectlyhardy
hardy in a t large extent of our Southern Southernand Southe Southeand Southernand
and Western Wat rn country Why not make makeour makeour aak aakour
our camphor at t home This Thi question questiontbe i ithe
the department has asked and endeav endeavored eadeav0Nd ¬
need to t h answer For yeat years y r the depart department 4epartJlent ¬
ment ha bu sa a been n distributor distributornow distributing Camph Camphseed camphor o r
tree t ree reenf seed and thousands of trees are arenvw to
now nf w growing pow 1f throughout t the tbeSoutb South an anin and tod d
in the Pacific Coast Stat StatNitrogH Stance Stat8HitI Stancei StanceNitrogen
i Nitrogen HitI eB Supply S1IPptyoJ j
OM oJ of the greatest poeatetqrtcu1tara agricultural v vfloes ques questions que quetlons ues ¬
floes in this tbl country is the mainten maintenance lllalntennee ¬
ance nee of 0 the fertility of the soiL soilhief Our Ourchief Ourchief
chief c hief source aov e of nitrogen et t the present presenttime pre tx eat eattime i
time Is from the various chemicals im imported 111Itrom lmported ¬
ported from foreign tore turettga countries We WelrSia also alsogain
gain considerable nitrogen from legumesAs legumes legumesAs leculDdAll
As a mean + of encouraging the produc productyon producitfou
tyon 110 of nitrogen nl at home the department departmentIs
Is putting forth every effort to Induce Inducefarmers Inducefllnnen Ind Indfarmers ucx
farmers to grow III W these the e legume In the t t8outb he
South of course one kind of legume legumemust 1eKu01 1eKu01must legu legumust
must be grown In the middle middlerd Weat Weatrad West Westred
red clover Is a standard crop These
legumes l egumes gather tr nitrogen from be air airstore alltore airstore
store tore It up and give atv It bark to i 0e ic e soil soilBesides
Besides this nntttbod the department has ha s
dove d developed > loped It laboratory system SY rn of en encouraging tDC1l encocrt ¬
couraging C1l cocrt rlJIn ag < < legumes leaum to gather ro + we re ni nitrogen nitlCft oftrogen ¬
trogen from the air It ittaltes takes the Ilttorganisms Itttte Itttteorganisms IIttl IIttlorpnjsma Ie
organisms that grow on the roots tootsthe of
the lemim le legumes < < amP8 s bandies them Ir the th lab laboratory laborary laboratory ¬
oratory and sends them out to th t
farmers so that they can treat th thdr thdrIIftd tfwi ir irseed r
seed in such a way as to induce th thplant the thepllat I
plant lasts from this thl seed to become strenu strenuas strenuar trenun
as nitrogen n tl cfD collectors The department rtmnt rtnua t
last year eAr sent out over Oft 90MV lots of o
these tbe e nitrogen t cultures to 0 farmers farmersthroughout f ftbroUChOut tthroughout artner y
throughout the tend who wished to toPlant topla t e
Plant pla t cloven do alfalfas cowpeaa anJ anJother ant
other titer such crop cropCotton crepe crosaC
Cattisa CattisaCotton C
C Cotton lon is preenjinenUy pre tl the th money moneycrop moneyIO
crop IO of this thl landj + It Is I tb t rise bone and andsinew and1new andsinew
sinew of the South and of cour courmeans couraueh w
means much to tm uw North Naturally Naturallythe NaturallYtbe
the department t has ddD dcJ ddue much work on oncottcn oncotten onCotten
cotten With an annual ana value ftlu of over overM000ft0000 o overtte0001e000 > r
M000ft0000 010 the th eop la worthy rthy of our ourmost nurt
most t careful investigation investigationMillions Jnve tlpdon tlpdonMUUcma
Millions of dollars have been sated Id t ttb ttIN
tIN tb cotton c uoft Wit pant P1 phiot D rs ri VKroagh 6ioaah the depart departments d depearttnents paIl paIlID8t ¬
ments ID8t work on Insecu and db dLa dLawhleh > ea eawhich el e evrttlcT
which affect the thcrop crop CIO Millions tune tunWC inv invwe Inll Inllwe e
we feel conJMent will be brought bro t tn t tfarmer tfarmer > IaJDWor <
farmer through improvements in < vt vttons m 1 1tonll i
tons by breeding and selection 1It > lectlon Tlo rl tton t tton 1ton
ton has ha been left pretty prttt much m ch to t tik tikrare ta U111 k I Irart >
rare of n luulf itnc If consequently HUh iir iirprovem ill illproemfrt
provem proemfrt rt han ha been bef > n made in th the < slap
The departments experts are iir vln > < m
42I 421423 4231th 7th St N 1i W 1 1ii
Th ii e F am 1 0 US
J UIIIUOutfitters OlItf Outfitters tt rs to Men and Womenor Women Womeni WomenThere or
300 Mens Spring Suits at About Abp ti Price Pricet PricehIs
t This hIs Is tie Relson RelsonThere
There is no use of us Us going into details about the theweather thev6ther theweather
weather as that has gone into history The truth o then1atter the thenraiter thenatter
nraiter is we we are OVERSTOCKED we must unload and andyou andyou andt
t you reap the benefit ben of the e inclement weather we have havehad havehad havehad
had in April Ap il We anticipafedanearlg anticipated ticipafed an D e early r1y spring boughtheevy boughtheavy bought boughtheavy
heavy stocks and anc the he consequence conse < e is A1p in price belowI below belowMens I IWorth
I Mens Suits SuitsL lia liaWorth
L Worth i18OB 11 2000 and IZ250 IZ250This 2250 2250This 2250This
This seasons newest fabrics and andnukes and1112kes andI
I nukes Every suit guaranteed to togive togive 0 00 00give
give satisfaction and a Irage variety varietyof
1 t of patterns in single and double doublebreasted dauhlebreasted doublet
breasted suits suUsA
TA TAlxeastei A c fIJ 300 00 H t F free fTl ree i < ai With yitli Every Mans Suit SuitA SuitSellinj I 1 I
t A S S UJno Pnr fiion
Selling Sellinj For fs S10 S7090 10190 90 nr or or Alore 6lorehe Wn I II
The he Famous ot s9 4214231tfiSt 421 23 7fh St
I Il l
PARIS April nThe The American American Amerlc n win winn wlnn winer
n er r of the crosschannel balloon race raceLl racuLI raceL1eut
Ll L1eut ut t Frank P Lahm had a curious curiumx curiousexperience
experience x riencL in n his latest latt > at a ascent ascentIn c nt ntIn
In the balloon Catherine Hamilton Hamiltonhe Hamiltonhe
he started from St Cloud Cloud near Paris Part Partexpectln Parisexpecting
expecting expectln to t be carried niecl in the direction directionof etion etionor
o of Marseilles araelJI by the north wind wind win X Scxt Scxtorning txt txtmorning xt xtmorning
morning m orning he was wa surprised to find him himIi blurelf
so self s elf Ii in sight of Calais L alaig and in danger danKerf
of o f being carried c canted rped out to sea 8 > Q by a strung atruntsouth rOD1
south wind During the night b be had hadgot hadJIrOt
got g ot Into a current which took the th bal bah ¬
loon In the opposite tlir irition ttQn from the thedesired theesired be bedfaIrfd 1
desired dfaIrfd d esired one LJ Ucutenaut utenuat T Lab Labia ft who whowas whowas
was accompanied a ompanled by Captain Feline Felineescended JFVUneParisnded J I
dtll d Parisnded escended ended at l CalaKd Calais tape r TOttiroed turned t e4 to toUutenant
Paris ParisueuteQADt DarlaLieutenant
Lieutenant Lahnt is at present attach attar ¬
ed to the Cavalry School ScJao I at Saumur
and a nd 1 will eventually join the e < United
States Sta military mnlt balloon station 8tatlO at Fort
Leavenworth Kan Kancottons n nottons
cottons c of special types for special I re ¬
gions g lee At one time ft > t was Ma thought that I
the be whole important lies Island cotton
indus indusease industry I would be
Ie swept away y by a dis j
ease e ase The he departments expen entered
the field developed deel dealpp ped a disease 4i11eaBertant resistant
cotton by breeding breed and a nd selection and andabliBbed I
reestablished abliBbed the Industry d oatry tl > in 0 all the
south where the boll weevil is now
working the department la striving trlvln to t o
secure s cure varieties that will be so early earl I
aa to produce crops CP s despite the th weevil w viL
He Weare are succeeding IIUCCNdt In this and are din
tribtUng trlbl t ling new types of cotton co ton sup sUpPrIor rior 0 0ribe
to those MMNIi already in existence exlate Cfo and which I
will mature ture ahead of the weevIL weevihBet weevfLBrtl weevILBeJi
Bet Weevil WeerilOne wO WeevilOne i1 i1One
One of the greatest lines I of
propapnd propa propaganda p ¬
ganda pnd work the department t fa eartY eartYa Carry 0 0Banda
iig a in on is in the gong outh in connection connectionwith CGlmeCtionwltb canned
with the cotton boa weeviL weevJLWbton Steen When the theweevU tbeweevil th e
weevil Invaded the country cowaIryue the cotton cottongrowers cotto n
growers were discouraged and it ttnecepary was wasnt wuIy I
nt necepary pessary Iy to rally them This was clone ilonewot dun e
by 0 > extensive systems yst ma Of demonstration IDonatrtlon IDonatrtlonwoaIL I I
wot work The farmer armor hi shown how to grow growcotton gr grcotton ow iland I Icotton
cotton despite te the weevil weev how to ro Toate ¬
tate l his crops how to Improve his s land landand Iaadand
and how to surrounqVhui 1IU 1a home with bet
ter conditions n lttona generally ntfal Last year er the t he heat
department was working wor C along this tlala1lae Tine
with over 100009 farmers In the States of atraased
Texas and Louisiana atone and tats
vear ear the tumoer win be Increased Inv raased
These farmers are being taught how
to maintain the th fertility fUllt of the land by b 7
the use of legumes to grow corn corn t to a athe
keep eep aaima animals and at the same time ti ms
pro rodue lCf cotton tton We tWe r ed eda endaaotiag endaaotiagproduce 0ri8c to
6hUR how
ears earsn produce > Uat t
a ar much cotton t
on half the land now nowthe he hecrop ow
In I thehair I
n UI we de1r devotin ti the other hal to toready cn
l2r which iL11 x91 111 b7nr bnna isnng th them m ready moM money crop p > t
and which
will not deplete the
tint soliAfricatam tintA 011 011Apicaltaq
Africatam A iglltme a CkMtive Cneti Porce PorceAgriculture laaeA j I
Agriculture A kulture Is a creative force f amon among
our industries The result of the farm farmers farmer i
ers er 1 s work of OK 1 was > mmmm g iitb0M0i an asat II
increase of 44 per cent over the thecensus last lastcensus at I Iceo
census ceo year We e exported in 1105 ft 1
718MQaw il8 oim worth WCJIth of goods of all kinds kindsand Idndeand kind kindand
and of this thl 72 7 per sent t was grown fro from to 1
farms anDS and iw1 forests to Ht Animals olmala and the their it
W proflucU oQucta yielded I323606WO 33 or 19 per iw r
cent ent for or export xport after supplying the
h home tne demand < < Jman Cotton and cotton prod ¬ I
ucts exported xport were MIIoooo 4nOOIMW L000A90 o > or 3 per pe r
BBRUN B nLlN April 27How badly the theSocialists
Socialists iir ilrt beaten In Germany ante uudi antesooty lid lidI
j i sooty how fully tle tt leaders Ita en naliy r reap alt the th defeat defeatla fat
i ill eatlll vauily t 5 tern era n when one looks B at the thesocialistic theI therrxhtlfstic
socialistic I papers beret he
In utier ut oL lr years white wld Sodattam tv is s snt
nt th It the nelsnt tuI t of its it power the rtt ptiriy rarl is y
paper at it ti tilil > i > tlm of the > year car wore werefull
full of l on2huHtU > declarations d iaraUons of how
ihey lh hey were tt tc Impress im Impre press l the authorities by
imsieiim r arudeK raradea all over the country countryon
on o n uLab Labor T Day Da May L LTills 1 LThis
Tills Tlttsear year everything has changed chan No Noone XoODe Noone
one talks talksof of May lay Day Da and the ecu ecutral Cii Ciitral cuteal
tral organ 0 o of tin th Socialist Vorwaetts Vor Vorw
w waen erts advises a4v1M working men to abstain abswlnTorn abstainfrom abatatnfrom
from celebrating but to go to their theirwork LMlrwork theirwork
work as usual usualIndeed UtNaLlDcIeett usualIndeed
Indeed the Kaiser ha has every ery reason reasonto ftI8aOnto masonto
to feel satteSed tt > tJded with Trdving bavin il1 < < broken brokenthe brokenthe brokenthe
the power of the party parwWIdch which was uo weatroa uostrong uO8U08
strong 8U08 even Wet for the Iran Cnaneeilar Ct > a Uw
1 1cent
cent grain and anc producer sold tIOIcIWt1e abroad abroadwere abrsedwere
were SWOieJw WZOW I er r 1L5 per p r cent and dnduliYeooee andnu9WW9
nu9WW9 or U Ufarm or cent was mtaeel mtaeellaneotts
laneotts farm products FV Forest rc t products productsare pnduclafLnI productsare
are 7ft l per cent ot of our OUlex exports exports Weuse We Weuse Weuee
use tobacco extensively and pay around around30MM9t aroundS39eYAb
30MM9t > for Importations from Cuba Cubaand
and Sumatra Porto Rico Medlterran Medlterrane
e f enn t n countries and Brazilian ports We W Wraised Ve VerahMd e
raised Sumatra wrappers last year to t o
the th extent of 17000900 70e0 worth The lbe de department departmeat doter ¬
partment after ter discoverjng principles principlesconduct pr1ndp8conduct prfnelplesconduct
conduct object lessons on the farms of
the people to help them toward better ter
things We We W found in the Connecticut Connecticutvalley Connectk Connectkvalley
valley vlle and in Florida the tit same soP that thatgrown tbp t tOWII
grown OWII the wrapper wraP > > er tobacco in Sumatra Sumatraafter aUIIUtt7aafter ihtmctrattar
after visiting that country and study ¬
ing lo then methods and 801 antis We found tou e
in Alabama and Texas the same soil
that produces the filler tobacco in Cuba Cubaafter euooilftr ber
after learning It > arftlntr what soil is suitable an and d
last year raised too 40 acre acres of it in those tboIIetatee
States tatee We hope in time to grow al all allthe allthe
the tobacco now imported from fromand Cuba Cu 4 4and
and Sumatra into the United States StatesLOHDOX StatesLOfWON
LOHDOX LOI OC April S7 1Pfakefloo Pfakertons tin Ouar Ouarantee < Jaar Jaartee
antee tee Cornofatkm Cde ptetlat England Is J the tit title titleof Ut1ef l e
of f a company ce tytlaat that has Just been regfs re reteNd
teNd at Somerset House and BeIthe the articks ar articks artlee9f
ticks tlee9f ot assoclatioo t tlOD permit th the company eoatpaeyto tm4l
to trade m hi every direction Bat trttla the grin prIDclp1 grindl
ciplll dl > 1 fetureol feature of f the program psngrapr Is to tose act actas ad1aqutrY
as Inquiry agents and ad carryon carry Oft onwvesttsatbn prrraW prrraWinvestigation prtYaae prtYaaet P
investigation t of every W7 character eharaeterapitsl T The TheCapital Tael
l + Capital pjtaI is placed laced at CS009W CS009WThe 1500100eopan 1a0009The
The company company intends to ally aU ttselt if ifpossible ItpouIbie
possible with the th famous ta tattoosPinkerton American AmericanPinkertons AInetJeaa AInetJeaaPlakerto
Pinkerton Plakerto and to any any case to 10OVfIP toover bring bringovw
over a number of Pinkerton Pi PiIt Pttker y men menIt
It is s alleged aJ by the the promoter that thatScotland thatScotlpt4 t hat
Scotland Scotlpt4 Tnrd is neitherk neither lMIIt r eDer oergUc Ur nor norcapable nor norC4J1Qhk n Or
capable ble and that at there fa great greatfor room roomfor 100I8 100I8for
for an tip organhsstlon OiClatUonlfne h hire re similar to that thatin tbatIn the t
in the United State
Old Steam Machine Replaced Replacedby ReplacedI Replacedb
by b 10Horsepower Gaso Gasoc Gasoene I
c I
lene ene Cutter CutterA
A 10horsepower r motor mower has hasbeen ha haaecured
been secured b1r V Elliott Wnods sTperin sTperintendent a 7perin operintendent
tendent of the Capitol L apltol and nil cfunaa + unas to tocut tocut tocut
cut the th lawns The nachln i iv built builton builton I
on th the automobile principle and mows mowsthe uuw s sthe
the grass down rapidly and evenly e > rnl A Asteam Asteam
steam team cutter has been in use for manyyears many iaanyyears I DaD DaDYenI
years but it has become be < ome obsolete and andthe andthe
the th new machine will now be used as asit allIt asIt I
it can an do the mowing in a just half the thetime thetime thetime
time taken by the th old machineThere machine machineThere macIIlneTht
There Tht > rc ar are forty acres uc of ground cro round nd sur surrounding surrouac surroundfng ¬
rounding rouac A the Capitol Superintendent
Woods Wooc is very anxious that at the grounds groundshaw lPoltDdlraeat groundsrave
haw rave a neat appearance DCe this summer rusattermany 1 1vtIIUon as asmany
many visitors fre from all over the country countrywill count countrwW countwill ry
will come cOme through tfbroetrh the city Ity on their way ava avato
to 0 the exposition eQ IIItloe at Jamestown JamestownTht r rTIlt
TIlt new Ill mower mower wer is a little tile more than thaneteht thaneltbt baa baabt
eteht bt feet in n length weighs t3 UIO 2pound 2poundand pounds poundsand pouadlllid
and lid cost t SUMO as Onsolenc ss k the fuel fuelused fueliI f I
used Mid iI the machine has a capacity apadt of offive oflive 01
five gallons 110M using about one oneper gallon galbnsails gallonper caJoDper
per hoar hoarday The srotrey was tried triedclay yeller
day on nit tn t tand 1 laws psttteett Site UaeAD4 Siteand
and the Library Library and the test was w wtact0r7 weactory sails sailsree satisfactory ¬
factory It 1taL U take only about boat three threedays threecia th thduty ree
days cia duty t to cot eutt th t lawna la Witfe 1Ut the old oldmachine oldmadam d C Cmachine
machine it took from a week to ten tendajfc tenciqt
dajfc dajfcACTillLEHTEM ciqtAGT
The sdionl children cla of 0 Waahtagton Waahtagtonhave Washlt1lrtl1hav Washingt Washingthave M
hav have a rte treat t i to stor store t for them themweek next nextweek DeXtweek
week Thomas ft Jefferson the u actorr is isto Isto f fto a
to be then host at a matinee aatbIeeW W Wday WedjiW WedjiWday i idar
day aftenMn atteravcn May I L when be wi wipresent will willpresent WiDPIMttAt 1
present Hi > Van Winkle Wi Appearing Appearingin I I1ft
in his fathers famous taaea role roleMr
Mr 1df1nlOB JeT JeTKadsftal who is coming te to toAstissal m ma1
Kadsftal a1 Tftemter Tbett for the week of oft ufay snits snitst y j
t hour directed Unit that the entire house houseshall b owe Ull8 Ull88IUdI1
shall 8IUdI1 Aare be > > oejuttea teJ t toTjhe t pae We seaol eb ebon ehtt dlDena i raa raaon a aOD
on Wednesday W The seats will be beed divid divided dIYJde4 ¬
ed into blocks and JIll the tickets will wtDIleDt re res e eeat
sent eat tot to c head 6sa t of the different pub publie pubtie pu s
tie tICh schoolp DIIt end < J aI d some of tsar ueseIIooIs tsarschools danctox danctoxschools °
schools of of tt tM > e city Some of th thseat thllave se sered
seat Botts have already alr + adF bosa be en distributed atribated and anddie anddie a athe red
die others otbecwdl will be sent sent oat during dtni > og ogweed Ute tneweek UtetNek
week weekAs weedAs tNekAs
As there t are Je In the neighborhood of ofUH0 ofU8t
UH0 seats Jn the National Theater Theaterill it itto
to af YaLti af t t9 swy that very nearly neartyeIaIIdnII 29 29children
children of o Washingtom will w 1 spend apeacJIiabttul a adelisbtful
delightful Iiabttul two hoars horn on the th afternooa afternooaof af atternwof a aof
of May Xa S
August Wilhelrq May MarryAugusta Marry MarryAugusta
Augusta Au sta Victoria 4f 4fHes f
Hes Good GoodPARIS Go GoodPARIS d
PARIS April Aptt11iGilBlas Aprtl2f 27 GilBlas Gil Bias savs fn 1 a ar ar aent
r ent ni Jltorial t11Jtoria1Prin rlitnriaiIrincls < JltorialPrinces
Princes Prin and and crown JId l heads h ds nways nnwaiysat n nwaysar < > ivaljrs ivaljrsar
ar trying tryn to reconstit rtonHtitJtt ate th > fmt rimiar rimiargoud rtniargoods r rgo
go goods < Ml sentiment ntimtnt of the lK hourgnoi urgeoi > ie i 1 I U Unations LIt LItnatlollM titnations
nations On nP of the > sons of th thl < Kaer iLaeris Kii er eris
is in low 10 with his cousn COl1 n Print Pr1ncss ss Au Augusta 1ugusta u ugusta ¬
gusta ViHorla 1 l orla of of SihleswigJllst Sdtf1Ig SctIeswigilstH i < t in inH n nH
H + was it informed at t Bonn wii h roO r ht h ia isstudying iastudying lftudyinl
studying tudyinl Lb1t that t a grand < l Luke ke was als al J in inlove Inlove IDlove
love with and bad askt asked > d for tht hand I an of ofhis pChis e ehis
his lady love loveAs loveJ loveAs
As J roes as he h heard tds t thin he left liinn liinnand BDnand r rand
and tore for Berlin There at th < fet fetof fftof fetof
of his r royal < > yal father h he > vowed hi I 1hile low lowwhile vi viwhile
while hile the t he royal parents PAr parr nt nti wept with it h in inder 11 11dtr
der emotion emoU4 > n It was as d dfdcSe4 df < filed by b ih thl h < Km Kmror rmror fl flII
II ror that If he was WI1 > food Prince Au August u ucust Ugust ¬
gust Wllhelm lbeIm should marry the fiUiiiSs fiUiiiSsAugusta pzoa pzoaVictoria Pr as asAnt
Augusta Ant mta Victoria in W9 W9erlwas Ur UrThen DrTIIer
Then 1b 1bduke erlwas was w nothing notbn left har toreba for tor1 tbe ptnd gK > nd nddoke Delduke
duke to 0 do but go in search of a ti wife wifetfK wifeaemtwiiere lfe lfere
aemtwiiere re reAlIVEIM else
PARIS April 27 iA An An old ole fansjfer fUl > ibr Mu MubW1e4 was wasburled wasburled
burled att a > titt te tb the vflttg or c Sartat inthe in inthe Inthe
the LaadW Lan ma a few f fHe d dsla r aloe aloeHe o ocoma
He abotIt ttws weekss jsaious jsaiousand us usand
and afstteani b0sad into a mate or orCOIIIa ofcoma
coma wJMDh tans was mistaJKn 0 tor feriII drat dratWhen sah sahWhen fh fhMu
When Mu Ae rise Cffur 1Q was iow bwered ered r d in ingrave iafo the thelin
grave lin tfe the 63racnd by tand > rs almost treat wea In Insane 10with ¬
sane no with terror teter + at at the sound of OfDp Tap rap rapand
nin and means coming fromwltbsA from within withinThey wtumThey r
They Theyran ran ran to ten tIItbe the mayor r and sandbe wb tvhett when whenbe eon eonbe
be arrived hi fail uniform irieolpreJ irieolpreJscarf 1JIeoIgreJ 1JIeoIgreJall 1 1scarf
scarf and all neor4ersd be oNend or + derd the Ud if ifcoCla T tin tineoffte t H HIR
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the he brigade iri t of 0 the National Guard of tr th t >
District of Cotumbia has bee been di direeled 411ftCted d dreeled S
reeled by Adjutant General Brett to toform I toseem >
form at 1 etoek p po m ta instsad ft 11 I Ioclock
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