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THE TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1 ! 1 f
T U ti B E B G INCREASE IN ANTHRACITE RATES AGGRESSIVE PLAN TO DEVELOP CHINA Interstate Commerce Com mission Deemed It Necessary. SPRUNG A SURPRISE Should insure iiir United state l air Bharo f Country's. Foreign trade. Revenue Increase of $625, 000 Too Mu.-h for Railroads. WASHINGTON, Auk II. An in crease of ufi cents u tun on all anthra cite coal shipped to Chicago, st. Louli and all points In the went except Mis tMlppI river point! other than St Louis was allowed hy the Interstate commerce communion today. This fle clilon, following so quickly the dras tic cut.s in anthracite rates ordered by the commlulon last week, was a surprise to the carriers. The Increase affects 2,(00,000 tone annually, as the coal ihlpped via But- lalo on through rates, called lake-und-rall rales, is not affected. This means an increase of revenues to the rallroada of 1(25,000 a year. The present rates ami the proposed lni rinsed rales per gross ton from the mines to (he point! Indicated are as followi: Chicago ami Chicago lull' point!, $8.(0; proposed, -$3.76 ! Peoria, $;i.7."; proposed $4, and St. Loula ami Bast St. Louis, 4; pro posed, $4.25. West of Chicago, The proposed increases apply to nil rail shipment! to points west of Cnli ;iK" to which I here arc no through rules from Buffalo, Excepl to .Mississippi river points, there arc no through rates from Buffalo to points west of Chicago, The pro posal in. rcases do not affect the ter ritory which extends from Chicago West to the Mississippi river, south to pt. LoUll and Cairo, north to Guincy, excepl a few points to which there are now through rates, such as I'ooria, Bast St. Louis and St. Louis. To Qulncy and to the Mississippi river crossings north, the increase of 2 (arts applies. The rates to the lower Mississippi river crossings be low st. Louis are not affected. Through rates are effective on all of til.: lines from Die mines to Chicago and to Chicago late points and to Peoria, Blast St, Louis and St. Louis, id' the through rales $1.7.r formerly constituted the division accruing to the trunk line carriers for the haul from the mines to Buffalo, as op posed to the local rate of $2 on all lines for thai haul. Noi Sold P. o. n. Hut to points intermediate to Chi cago and to other points in Ohio. In diana and Michigan, to which no through Joint rates apply, the rate ap plicable is made hy the combination of the local per gross ton rate from pic mines to Buffalo and the local or reahipping rat" from Buffalo west t" destination, i.y which combination then is brought about a freight charge of 2 r cents n gross ton more to those points which commonly take the same rate as ChiOagO than the former joint through rate to Chicago. Anthracite coal Is not sold f. o. 1). ill I hi mines, hut at such a price per nit ton in Chicago as preserves to the producer of coal the advantage of the L.'i cents, so that the producer realizes more profit on the through shipments I Chicago than on the local ship ments to Buffalo or on the through shipments to points between Buffalo i; mi i ihicago. WASHINGTON, Auk. 21. -An ag gresslve campaign to secure for Amer ican business share of the develop ment of the enormous resource! of China has b0n planned hv the de partments of state and commerce. The plan contemplates the develop ment of an American Invested Interest In China that will insure the United states a fair share of that country's foreign trade and be powerful enough to take care of Itself In the Compli cated and commercial situation there. The scheme was developed by Paul S. Melnsrh, minister to China. Julian H. Arnold, commercial attache nt Peking, and lr K. K. Pratt, chief of the buroau of foreign and domestic commerce. Mr. Beinsch brought to Washington program framed by himself and Mi. Arnold which was submitted to Doctor Pratt, Secretary Lansing and other officials. CITIZEN SOLDIERS IN A SHAM BATTLE Whites and Browns Mix at Camp Dorothy J Loffman. REGIMENTAL PARADE All Departments Have Been Busy During Past Few Days. JITNEY COLLIDES WITH A BICYCLE PROTEST AGAINST FRANK LYNCHING Motorcycle Patrolmen Were Busy Last Night With Law Violators. AOTO BANDITS ROB THE TDLSA LAUNDRY Held Up Proprietor and Wife and Stole Re ceipts of the Day. Jitney unto No, S00B ran over a bicycle ridden by Carl Double, 222 North Cheyenne, last night. The Jit ney was driven by B. Abbott, The rear wheel of the hicjele was demolished, Abbott was arrested hy a motorcycle officer, hut was released after he had agreed to recompense Double for the damage done 10 his wheel. M. McOrath, superintendent of the Tulsa street railway, swore out an in formation last night for the arrest of Vom Rankin, Jitney driver, on a chargi of overloading, McOrath and other witnesses sa Rankin hauls seven passengers, in addition to him self. The Jitney ordinance only per mits six passengers to ride In a car. This section of the ordinance ha! not been rigidly enforced and overloading is coming io he a common practice among jitney operators. McC.rath de cided t' take the matter in ins own hands and see thai the Jitneys live up to the law. Recently one jitney operator boasted of hauling twelve passengers at one load. LeWO KubltSchek, an Admiral boulevard Jitney driver, was arrested hy Motorcycle officers llrown and Xn hois at 1 1 o'clock for overloading, They also claimed that Knhitsehck was speeding but did not press this charge on his promise to obey the speed regulations in the future. lie was released on $5 bond for appear ance in municipal court Monday morning. STUBBLEFIELD IS FINALLY ARRESTED Auto bandit! entered the Tulsa laundry at Archer and Cheyenne last night at It O'clock and held up the proprietor and his wife. They se cured $12, jumped into their car and drove away at a rapid gait There were four men in the party. Tin y were in a Ford automobile. Two of them Stayed outside while the Other two entered the office of the laundry. The proprietor and his wife were sitting at a desk. They were commanded to throw up their hands and were confronted hy the two men with drawn revolvers. They took all the available cash, amounting t" only $12. They quickly rushed to the car and dmv e away at top speed. The polios, were notified of the holdup twenty minutes later, and, while the city was searched for the 1 audits, no truce of them had been found at midnight, it is thought they P ft town ut once. Bpftl iiil to Tho World. CAMP DOROTHT HOFFMAN, Chandler, okla., Aug, 21. Five hun dred shots were fired In a battle be tween the whites and the browns three miles south of camp Dorothy Hoffman yesterday, where a real sham-battle was being staged. In addition to the sounds of the battle, south of camp, the engineers, under the direction of ('apt. J, 1. Tucker, touched off a num ber of shots of dynamite in the road way leading to Camp Dorothy Hoff man. A formal guard mount, followed hy u parade by second hatallion under the comamnd of Major John Alley, land a hand concert in the courthouse lawn in chandler were the other in teresting events of Camp Dorothy Horrntan Saturday tor me uaianoma guardsmen. Approximately five thousand rounds of ammunition will be used in the rifle range this year hy the Oklahoma guardsmen hy the time they complete their record. AM of this is shipped to chandler by the government from Hock Island, 111. It is furnished hy the United states government at the cost of $33 a 1,000 rounds. Regimental Parade. Sunday a regimental parade of all of the organisations in camp will he held on the rifle range, followed hy a sacred hand concert on the courthouse lawn in tho evening after which the chaplain, Lieut. C. II. Barnes, will de liver a sermon for the members of the Oklahoma guard and I lie citizens of Chandler. Orders for a general policing "f the camp Sunday morn ing were given out from headquarters this afternoon. Every organisation will police It's own tents and com pany street first, then a general policing of the entire camp will follow, Special attention is I i 11 u- given this year to the drilling of the individual members of each company hy the United states army noncommissioned officers at Camp Dorothy Hoffman. In order to have a well drilled regi ment all of the fractions of the regi ment down t" each individual man must know Just how to execute each order that Is Riven by thv officer in command. When a new man is found in a squad he Is placed under the di rection of a corporal and given Indi vidual instructions. Signal Corps Busy. The Signal corps spent the after noon transmitting missuses hy hello graph and Wigwagging. Two stations were established, one at the signal corps camps and another one a mile north of Camp Dorothy Hoffman. The rays of the sun are used In trans mitting messages with the heliograph, a set of mirrors arranged that they will throw the rays where they can lie seen hy the operators at the other station. a number of wives and friends of 1 the officers and enlisted men of Ok lahoma guards arrived In Chandler Saturday afternoon to spend Sunday visiting- in camp and watching the regimental parade. A dance for Com missioned and noncommissioned offi cers Wgl given In Chandler Saturday night, the regiment hand furnishing the music. Charged With Forgery, bus Traveled In Many ( itio.s since Leaving Tulsa. Chief of Polloe Bums received word last night that the authorities at Jop lin M0 had arrested C. H. Stubble field, wanted here via a charge of forgery. The alleged offense was commlted about a month ago, a merchant being the victim. The check was fur $21). A warrant for Stubblefield's arrest had been issued. Chief Burns traced the man from Tills. i to Memphis. 'D nn., anil then In Little Rock, Ark. He later found that Stubblefleld had gone to joplln and immediately brought about his arrest. A deputy sheriff probably will go lo Joplin today to take charge of the prisoner and return him to Tulsa for trial. NEGRO ASSAILANT LYNCHED BY MOB Fought ll Bl AM, He Vas Dealt Summnril) With Before Of ficers Arrived, COUSHAMA, r.a., Aug. 21. An unknown negro was lynched hy a body of in d men near this place early Saturday morning, following an nttcmut made hy the negro to crim inally assault the IT-year-old daugh ter of Bid AdCOCk, a well-known farmer. The young Woman, after retiring, discovered the man in her room and after fighting him off gave the alarm. Neighbors caught the black a rcw minutes aiierwaru aim union him over to a deiiutv sheriff. lie- fore the officer could get away with his prisoner a mob formed, forced the deputy to Rive up the negro, and hanged him In a earhy swamp. AM. I KMiN WON Till: TROPHY. lime was Better tlUUI Unit Made b) Ralph Dc Palms Last Lear. Bl.OIN, III.. Aug. 21. Gilbert Anderson today won the sixth annual renewal of the 30i mill road race for the Llgln national trophy. His time was l:tl:38i an average of 77.2!i miles 1.11 hour, or neurly three miles faster than the record established hy Ralph J v Talma, who won last year, when Anderson was second, and two miles faster lhan Cooper's record yesterday. I.arl Cooper was second. Cooper won the race over the same distance yesterday, with Anderson second. Both drove th- same make of Amerl can car. I ' Palma was picked to win bv the experts, and drove a magnlfi icn". race, hut Bid O'Dortnell nosed him out ol third place hy seconds. There were 12 starters. Light Company to Build. Isftlal i" flw World. DF.NISON. Texas. A UK. 21. The Texas Power & Light Co. has pur chased a site on Bed river near Jienison on which to build and have In operation by December 31. 118, n power plant to cost approximately TI0,000. It Is proposed to furnish lectrlc current from this plant to operate the cars on a portion of the Texas Traction company lines, also for power and lighting through out north Texas and southern Ok lahoma, by the use of high-tension transmission lines. ST. LOUIS FLOOD COST ELEVEN LIVES Two Mine Bodies Were Recovered Yesterday, following storm f Last Friday. ST. LOI'IS, Aug. 21. F.leven bodies of victims of the flood that swept a narrow section of St. Louis and Uburbl Friday were recovered today; and the death roll from the gulf storm that struck this section was increased hy two today. A fanner perished near Kdwards ville, ill., when his home was swept hy a rise In Cahokia creek, and an other man perished when a boat In which he was rowing with three others in Kant St. Louts capsized. Of the 11 dead in St. lunula and suburbs, ten were negroes und one was a white woman. Des Peres river, the rise In which was responsible for most of the de struction of property and all the de struction of life on the Missouri side of the Mississippi, fell rapidly today; and normal street car service to suburban towns was almost restored. Vnpeal from Flood sufforcix. NKW OH LF.ANS, Aug. 21 An ap peal for relief of storm sufferers In Cameron parish, on the southwestern coast of Iotilsiana. was received to day by Mayor Hehrman of New Or leans. The reouest stated that 3,000 persons wrr In need of asistanre. Satirical. He Did you know the mails could carry soft soap? She - Whoever doubted the males capacity for soft soap? M'ALESTEB MASONS ARE III 111 Cane With FuD Pharaphcrnalla for Funeral of Doctor Reeder, The McAlester officers from the consistory at that place, who came lu re last night to confer the degrees ..f the Knight Kodash at the Dr. 1'. C, Reeder mldnlghl funeral, were Daniel Morris llailcy, 33, S. (1. 1. (.; W, Mark beXSOn, 33, honorable sec retary Indian consistory; William Perry Freedman, 83, honorable past grand master of Oklahoma; William Haves Fuller, 33, honorable; 13d lievitt, organist; Oscar W. Anderson, :i2; W. 1 1, McAlester, 32. K. C. C. 11.; John D. Red path, 32, honorable: Prank Craig, 33, honorable; Qeorge Louis Berry, ti, K, C. C. H.J Simeon Naylor, 32. They came to Tulsa with all the pharaphcrnalla for the conferring of the midnight degree. They will be loyally entertained while in the city hy the Scottish Kite and Consistory and Lodge of Perfec tion Masons In Tulsa. ALLEGED GUNMAN TAKEN BY POLICE 1 mmett Latimer Charged With -.haling .iin Fran a Local Pawnbroker, Emmett Latimer, alleged gun man, was arrested in the Frisco railroad yards last night by Detectives Patton and ovcrby, after being chased for several blocks. The officers fired several shots at the fleeing man to scare him, and finally brought him to a stop. Latimer Is charged with stealing a gun from Dick Hardon, local pawn broker. The theft was committed several days ago. The detectives saw I.atlmer on Main street last night, but be spied them at the same time and took to his heels The chase created much ex citement in the vicinity of the Frisco crossing on Main street. Ijtttimer was booked for investiga tion but a serious charge likely will be filed against him today. Negro Youth- .nio llrass? Ilalley Young and Willie Lee Hodge, negro Juveniles, were ar rested yesterday by Motorcycle Offl estf llert Southern, after he had found them in possession of a large quantity of new brass. The youngsters were booked for In vestigation und will be turned over to the humane agent tomorrow. In the meantime the police are endeavoring tn as. . i 1 ! where the brass was stolen from. . i'. Itoanter of Mannford, Okla., Speaks His Mind in Letter to The Win Id w. Q, Reamer, a furniture dealer of Mannford, Okla., has wrttter The World a letter proteatlng agalnai tin lynching of Leo Frank, He sayi To the man (If he Is such) Who calls the murdareri of Leo M. Prank brave and loyal citizens will say that if this be true then Unit help the cowardi of Georgia Brave men com- mil these acts In the dav light. Is it a brave uct for IB men to take a man with his throat cut from his sick bed at the dead hours of iught. tie bun hand and foot, throw him in the bottom of an automobile, haul him 100 mile! and hung him to a tree? And now the mayor of Atlanta says it will not be well for the ex-governor of Georgia to return to his home Does he think these brave and loyal men of Georgia win also murder Blayton? if I was president of the United mates 1 would place ail of Georgia under martial law." MASONIC FUNERAL FOR OR, REEDER Services Will I le ( 'onducted At Residence This A fternoon. Want to borrow money? World Want Ads will put you tn touch with the rtirht party. . L, the ma. will Following the Knight Kodash funeral at 1 ' o'clock last night, the final services over the remains of Dr. Philander C. Boeder, who died .'i Sulphur, okla., Friday, will be held at the First Presbyterian church this afternoon at 2 o'clock, officers of the consistory at Mc Alester were in charge of the mid night funeral. Thev ca to Tulsa as a marl: of respect to the departed, who was worshipful master of the first Masonic lodge in Tulsa, and also out of courtesy to his son. Or. i Reeder, past-grand master "f grand lodge of Masons of Oklah The full Masonic funeral riles In' unserved today. The pallbearers will he George Bui hue, Benjamin Franklin Colley, George Cicero Lloyd, Henry Clay Payne, Thomas Emmott Smiley ami ' uSgo Luther Wlldei . John Hamil ton Mackenzie will he bible bearer and W. 10. Cordon will officiate as chief marshal. The services wi lodge No. 71. A. I The Hi no bulge, Masons and Knights Templar will meet at the district the courthouse this 30 o'clock. They will late resilience of the "1 Bast Fasten to take remains. They will at 2: IT. o'clock so as lunch at promptly 3 Knights Templar will Sound Banking Principles Throughout all our Banking Experience we have adhered clovsely to the principle that to prosper ourselves, we must help our patrons to thrive and expand. Put into practice, this principle of progressive banking has resulted in many patrons estab lishing relations that have never been broken. We believe that your experience with our Ser vice would also be one of unbroken relations. First National Bank he in charge of M. BOY SCOUTS WERE BANQUETED FRIDAY Campflre Girls Were the fluents of 11 j Held hi First Christian Church, courtroom in afternoon al 1 then go to th( deceased at It charge of the have the hom to reach the o'clock. The act as an escort. Beverend Walter. Presbyterian min ister at Okmulgee, will officiate at the church services. The Masons will afterward take charge of t In- body and proceed to oaklnwn eemtery, where, following the usual ritualistic i eremony, Interment win lie made. Doctor Reeder died at an advanced age. He was a pioneer Tulsan and prominently identified with tin' growth of the city. The members "f the Chamber of Commerce win at tend the funeral in a body. City News In Brief w NELLIE Bli"S and MAT BAKER of Oklahoma city are the guests of their mother, Mrs. j. X. Baker, i v Till': DI8TRK t c URT yester day stevc Elvanoff entered suit for the recovery of goods valued at $400 from J, . KickOCk el al s Mul. I. IK CARPENTER and her grandmother, Mrs M. E Daugherty, of Sand Springs, have gone to Vlnita, okla , where they will visit for several da vs. - IN SUPERIOR COURT yesterday Mrs. Louisa K. San Dyke entered suit against her husband, Marshall D. Van Dyke, from whom she seeks a divorce on charges of extrome cruelty and cross neglect of dutv. - IN TDK DISTRICT COURT yester day Louis Bider was charged with violating the law which prohibits the selling of liquors in the state. The Complaint was preferred by Noah rlvans. The defendant has not yet been arrested. one of the most interesting pro grama m the history "f scout activi ties in Tulsa was rendered last Friday night at the fifth annual banquet of Troop one, Hoy Scouts of America. The Campflre gills were the guests of hollor and their presence added to the enjoyment of the occasion. Messrs. R, E, Williamson, Maurice Taylor, Russell Morse and Lloyd Stone, scout masters, planned the In teresting evening, The banquet was held in the base ment of the First Christian church, with which the troop is affiliated. Maurice Taylor was the toast master, Mr. Williamson spoke on the hlstor) ol the scout movement. Deputy Scout Commissioner Bossard gave the his- torj of Troop one. The campflre girls responded to the toast "The Lure of I he Road." Mrs. Morse spoke of campflre girls' activities. Russell Morse handled the subject, "Hoy Seoul Ideals." "Mammy Moon," the closing number, Was given by the compfire girls. The personnel of Troop one follows: Scout master, Ralph Williamson; assistant scout masters, Maurice Tay lor, Russell Morse ami Lloyd stone. Haven patrol: Waller Irwin, hid Malay. Robert Hates, ti lore Brlck- ner, Tom Swindler, Marry Irwin, Hoy Thomas and Wade l.ea. Eagle patrol: Richard Armour Ouy, William overt Holderman, Harold Parker, Freeman, James Hoop and Vernon, Wolf patrol: Harry Rlckabaugh, Owen Carson, Sherwood I.ahinan, Eddie Chlam, Harvey stone, Richard Mlxam, Hubert Ellis and Claud Wheatley, DID FATHER STEAL HIS OWN DAUGHTER? "MARRIAGE LICENSES were Is sued in tho county court yesterda) to the following couples: Verne CaOing, 21, Miss jeftdolyn B, Moore, 1H, both of Tulsa; Sam Hopper, 21, Miss Elsie Tharp, 17. both of this Hy, John S. Blair, Hfi, Onia Williams, I, both of Tulsa ACCORDING To E. E. Louderbai I:, manager of the Western Union at Tulsa, the telegraph office scheduled for Sand Springs will be Installed there by tho first of September, of fice will be maintained In the depot of the Sand Springs line at that place, ami will bring to the residents of that town the lust thing necessary for pro viding Its full complement of rapid c ommunlcatlon service. MR. LYMAN CURTIS of Oklahoma City in the guest of Miss Adeline R. linker ut her home southeast of Tulsa. MRS. FRANK ANDERSON of 515 oouth Cincinnati Kve a dinner party Thursday evening with Mrs. CMa B Prague and Miss Pearl Waller as honored guests The evening Was de lightfully spent In cards and music. Mrs. Sprague gave u reading from Whltcomb Riley which was greatly appreciated by the guests. I '.row n, in, Chris Eugene Harold l.m iilc Roberts Mas Been Mission Since Friday, ami .Mother Su-- i'et.s Kidnaping. Lucille Roberta, aged 11, left her home in the east part of town to go to the postoffloe Friday morning ut I 1 o'clock. She has not been seen since. Her mother. Mrs. Ella Roberts, re siding three Mucks south of the Vorktown grocery store, yesterday usked the police to Institute a search for the child. Tin; city was scoured by officers last night, but not a clue could be found. The little girl is described as be n small for her age Her pan tns ure separated und her father has not i n seen for six years. The police think lie Hadn't Been There "Mr. Dauhyn said ho would keep house while Mrs. Iaubyn was away." " Yes." "He wrote glowing letters to her about his experiences in the kitchen and the fun he wus having washing dishes." "Fine!" "When Mrs. Dauhyn returned ut the end of two weeks Mr. Dauhyn, of course, met her at the station and es corted her home." "And the sequel?" "At tho door he discovered that olio took his latrh key away with her the day she. left." It Depends. He W-w-wIll you k-k-klss m-m-me? She fshyly) how long will the real thing take? MORE MARINES MAY BE SENT TO HAITI Natives of the Interior re Threaten- lug Trouble. Theatenlag to Return. WASHINGTON, Aug. 21. Further trouble with unruly natives Inland from Cape flaltien. Indicated as a possibility some time ago, is believed to have prompted Admiral Oaperton'S reqeust that an additional marine bat'ullon be In readiness to Join his force, officials made It plain that he had not definitely asked for rein forcements, and the Tcnneee will not go from Annapolis unless further requests come from the admiral. The remnant of the revolutionary army left Cape Haitian after refusing to disarm and with threat that they would repel the Invasion of Haitian soil by armed resistance. Admiral Cuperton wishes to have a sufficient force available for duty in the north to control the situation. bniutgraUoa n railing off. WAKHINUTON, Aug! 21. Pre liminary figures Issued today lv tho Immigration bureau show a 60 per cent decrease In the immigration dur ing the first week of August compared with the same period a year ago, while every month this year has shown a decline of from 66 to 73 per cent. Boys, we pay three cents per pound for clean cotton rags World office. Use ami ( in i' Belting, Leather bolting is good if proteoted from licit and moisture. 11 is best suited for Indoor use. AH single leather belts should run Willi the grain or dressed side next to the pulloy, so thai the points of tho I to will be pointing backward from tlic direction in which the bell Is run ning, iis this serves to tighten the hip Instead of loosen it The belt should lie al t LIU per cent narrower than the pulley lace as It will wear better this way. Mineral oil destroys the life of leather and should not he allowed to drop on a leaher belt. In putting a leather belt In shape, first wipe the surface with a moder ately molsl 'loth Then paint with kerosene or gasoline and apply a good liquid licit dressing. Rubber belling may be used In the presence of water or steam and can stand a moderate amount of exposure to tho elements, although sand and grit will rapidly destroy It. Tin strength of a 4-ply rubber belt Is considered equal to a i-plj leather. If tlic rubber belt slips, moisten l on the pulley side with a mixture of boiled linseed oil, black lead and lltherage in equal proportions, with a little japan for a dryer. Animal or mineral oils have a Ixid effect on a rubber belt. Canvas belting n well Adapted to use under gritty, outdoor conditions as in threshing. The best grades are waterproof and have . excellent lasting qualities. A 4 -ply canvas belt Is considered equal to a single leather belt. Canvas belts should never have applications of rosin, linseed oil, or be painted with had or zinc compounds to Increase their grip. Whenever possible have the slack side of the lull on top, as this will give a better grip. A belt should never have a speed over 4. aim feet per minute. Too Ughl a belt will cause bearings to heat, and It vv ill be short-lived. Whenever any load Is to he handled, there should he plenty of distance be tween centers. Henry L. Thompson, department of farm engineering, Ok lahoma A. and M. college. Potato (.rowers Organise. Nineteen community potato grow ers organizations have been formed In Barron county It L. Cuff, agri cultural representative for that county, reports that ..ut of the 1,200, I ushels "f potatoes grown last year 000 bushels of potatoes grown last year by Barron farmers, not one car load of straight stock coud be secured, This year, however, the growers are raising Orcen Mountains and expect to be in position to fill many lare orders. Tho r i or I tc LL ideal instrument your boat, cainp, n t, lawn, cottage summer home a Columbia Grafanola Thtrs'i n Columbia fur ovrry place to unit every t.iste .ind to fit every purse. P r i c e 117. til) up r..ny terms. Aak ui to I n in ii ns t r a t . DARROW MUSIC CO. 109-111 E. :irit at. riioua tl, Field stations. The federal government has estab lished field stations nt Qreeley, Colo., and Waupaca, Wis., for the purpose of developing methods of controlling 'ertaln potato diseases. The Influ- nco of the climate and soil in the de velopment of tuber diseases will be iiivcn special consideration, it D. Sands of the University of Wisconsin, will assist tho federal agents With the work at the Waupaca station. Live stork (.ood Buslneaa. The man that raises live stock is "Moni refused credit at the hank and the storea Hut as a rule such man have balances at the bank and pay cash at the stores, thus getting the benefit of cash trading Live stock raising on the farm reduces the ele ment of risk considerably ami places farming upon a business basis. The cropper must take bis chances with the seasons, insects, speculators and poor markets, but the man with live stock can hold till prlccR suit him. N l I II 'Ah, on that glad, glad day when my ship comes in There'll be slathers of Joy for me. My heart will dance, and my voice will sing The song of the find and free For I've waited long In a weary way For my ship with its golden store. And I've watched in vain, with strain ing gaze From a desolate, lonesome shore. On that Joyous day when my ship comes In I may hid farewell to care. And life henceforth will be Idithe and gay. With skies that are always fair. To that blissful day when my ship comes In I am looking ahead, you bet! Hut there's always this saddening though to think I haven't launched her yet' Smith vllle Journal. Sweeney inih anil Main. PHONES I 108-1 104-1 108 This week marked the first anni versary Of this store under the pres ent management, and the business howed an increase of 160 per cent over the same week last vear. This is Indeed gratifying ami we thank our Customers for such a splendid record. I i n 1 1 .la is. Our slock of fruit jars Is still un broken Mason, lOconomy and F.. 55. S'eal Jars and supplies We will glvo two tickets to the Majestic theatre with each dozen sold Monday. Head This List. I bU, extra fancy Hen lies SI. 00 Basket fancy Peaches ISc Large I 'reserving I'ears, pk ."il); Cooking Apples, pk ::uc Maiden Blush Apples, pk !() ('uncord (irapes, bskt IBfl Fresh country Kggs, doz 20c Nice large Potatoes, pk ate Crisp (ireen Means .1 lbs 'i.'M; Home-grown Melons I.V to :t(k Jelly 'I lasses, doz :i(lo Dressed Spring chickens, n Mo Sunflower Mutter, 2 lbs (15c Four theatre tickets with every order of 1,00 or mora of above list. Wash tay Specials Brass King Washboard 30c H pkgs. Argo Starch gQG IS liars Crystal White Soup Me, It liars Pearl White Soap r.Oo ' pkgs Rubnomore Ma i doz Clothea Pins toe 1 Wire eh, this Line Ulkt One theatre ticket, with every J5c purchase of above list. (lid Wheal Flour For Monday Only Red star or Expansion . . . Iba, Ng o. B. or I'olar Lear 21 lbs. !.- m tin Line Flour 21 Iba k.v- Dinner Party Flour 21 lbs. uoc Two theatre tickets with every or der for a sack of flour. Tickets are good at Majestic thiuiro Monday afternoon. Optimist "Yes, sir, I alius have believed Providence does ever thing far tho best!" "How 'bout that March hurri cane?" "Split the kindlin' wood just stove length " "Well, how 'bout that alrthquake?" "Swallered the land lo minutes fore the sheriff come to levy on It praise Ood!" Atlanta Constitution. The Bcrions Bad. "What gave you your start In pub lic life.'" asked the biographer. "I haven't time to think about that now." replied Senator Sorghum. ' Wh it I'm bulking out for now is '.ho way I'm lialde to gel my finish." Washington Star. me His Choice. Teacher - Mention the name of well-known (ireek. Hobby "(ieorge." Ti e her lieorge who? Bobby I don't know the rest of his name he sells fruit at my father's office. From His lew Hint. "Why don't yon ever come to any of your wifo's teas'." They are such a success." "My staving away is a part of lha success." grow bat the other mm. LouisvMle Courier-Journal.