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THK H>RFMOST HIHSKSIPIM TROl'III.K.
(Continued from Page M He Raid he did not Then.” said !, “I'll quote you a* saying that you • ill not say there i* any similarity.” He protested that he wa* not going to make any statement. After a while he said he told Mr. M»er Just what I had told him; but when I ask»*d what that wa*. he went to repeating he was not going to make any statement No urging him to stand up to far'* like a man had any effect. In the course of the talk he said he could not say whether Mr Macr had quoted him correctly, because he had not read Mr Maer'a statement But when I suggested that 1 would read it over the telephone, or let him read the statement himself, he Jumped the track and sad he did not care what Trustee Maer had reported him a* saying These matter* may seem so trivial and personal that it may 1k» wondered why the* are published This J» the reason Ttwy s|»«o* bow the Mlilir«;»*l»« r» during the Invewttgaf ton and afterward* w>rk. ed *o get wimethlsf to support President Hardy and wonsHfiing; to discredit tltosc wf.<. d<> n«»t •.iifj-wt him. Incidentally It show* the danger of making conversation* public that were intended to be private, since the second par*y to the conversation may have something further to say Professor Clothier remember haa t»een nolnted mit n a I.-adlnr Hard' supporter Trust** Vaer d* j«cnd* on bit testimony to discredit me. but If hi* 'wllmnrn ac»!r,»t me Is not more consistent than hi* man? time* repeated statement* agatn*t President Hardy and hi* i*orn trdlmotii favoring President Hardy. V shall not worry about my reputation S \notb«r thing ah' it Trustee Vfacr's artlrj** against me He rails other men. Prof . T»r . Pres Vfr . etc , when he mentions me in the same articles, it |» Ju*t plain Heherer If he l* trying to humiliate me by con •plruotisly omitting the ordinary title of Mr , 1 shall ripect fce will neit make a fare at me like n little hot It may be that be realise* that great men are mentioned without any title a* Cleveland. Hryan. Washington etr , and he l* trrjng to show that he thinks ! am a top notrber Think Ing such might l*e the raw. ( ettend my thanks Certainly a sensible man can not ho;e to gain anything l*t displaying ;»rttln* »* toward* others wb»n dHcufcsIng public matters \fter the Julv |ave*Mgatb»n Trustee Ma*r wrote for The (tsurtir, *.»?1ng as an editor and trustee he wanted to know what f was writing about the College af*)r I wrote in reply tha* his paper would t*e put on the rtrhange list thaf l* he would rerelfV T1»e <»*/<!!. In exchange f- r his j>a;»er He 4 1 not do tv- the rotnmrr. courtesy of replying and did n*d send his paper In wbbh h« has been tr» Ing to discredit m* Certainly such conduct t* rfolran to newspaper ethln*. and there |* yrt plenty of time for him to do better if hi* action Is due to an oversight If it la not an oversight. If I* something murh smaller, and a trustee should he a broad-minded man who Is above small things Tbe future wilt show what etas* Vfr Mae? belong* to He can not hope to fool the public info thinking that railing name* 1* making an argument, any more than *maJI txo • fr*o| anybody Into thinking the> are arguing when they make ugly fare* at each other Jl The fiel||pdial I* br ing *ign< <1 all over the Male. a*klng h*r the resignation of PrrsWleof llanly and tlr. \or|, continue* to t*r *lgn< «1 by ah m»**l every man who l«a* an <*pportuufty. deport» «»n which »« .an rely * ho w unmistakably that the rltiren* are eager to sign If Those who »re Interested, hut who have not had an opportunity t*» sign it wilt ftnd th*-lr neighbors are sttua'od just a* they themselves are. and should send for petition blink*, addressing Mr. 4. t». lUnnsli. IV*.x t , West 4srk •**•* Ml»», |.n< ugti Is at stake and the time |« rloe f<»r prompt action A g**»d rlfixen should do his duty In all things that touch the public we|. fare This College mews touch* » th«- public welfare | Itarr letter* from wngtliy students who say they dan not puhllrty tr|| the di%* rest I table thing* they kiM.it sIm.iiI |*re*l«t< nt (lardy, f**r tl*e reason tliat It w<»ul<t result In their being kej»t fnun filing an education at the Odlegr. |« that not » bad condition when a student can not hare an education If he publicly tells the truth’ My advice in all such cases I* to get education since these students are not called on to tell all they know; t,(Ji n j* un *1* nkahle that a condition should exist In which a student must choose he. tween concealing the truth and obtaining an education Is that not rea son enough for sending for a petition to sign and to get others to sign’ If you have no son of your own who wants an education, he considerate enough of the young men of the State who want an education, to help them get decent POOdMlon* a« the College The welfare of the State will n*on he entrusted U> the rising generation Hlnce the State Is faxed to maintain the College for the benefit of the rising generation, why not insist on the students having such a college and such a president a* will enable them to speak the full truth without losing their positions as stu dents? Jl The round-tip Farmers' Institute that was held at the College the second week In September was rather a disappointment. the attendance w.ih not good, In spit#* of great efforts to make it large. Cnder normal * "milt Ions, the attendance would have grown, as usual; but it fell off J his wa» In spite of the facts that the management of the Institute could not be charged with President Mar State ran not regard the College as dent Hardy l* connected with It; an all thins* that are in any way conn# Hard)'* adrolnUtration The tax-pJ gratify president Hardy. It seem* a president sill f»er*Ut in remalnir tasteful to the Stat#>. #ho»* he |s n#»t tTo be rv»ntlnij t ijw rat ion a <»"*«! Vlwtn KdHor* The s..«iIm m (arm (iaiHlr 1* so admirably edited hat there J* no imj^ratlve nr-e«J of vt.y eitmn*«M!S aid in rendering It* < olunans Instructive or entertaining Still the correspondence of Ita read ers should be acceptable to the man agement of the paper as It is of It self an evidence of a live. progres sive pa;»er that directly appeal* to the inner consciousness of ita clien tele S<>, aUo, should word* of com mendation be grarimjsjv received. In asmuch a* it sets forth the estima tion of the particular reader, which may be but the reflet of many other*. The writer cannot more forcefully evhlblt hi* estimation ' The i,*»rtir •han by stating that In separating the sheep from the goat* In a half narkful of publication* that had ac cumulated at his home during an absence of *« Veral Week*. rlrn is sue of The <»a*r(te was J it in the *heepfo|d for future entertainment, not one of them being cast out into •he goat 1 t. f f you tr.u*t remember that there are allegorical goat* In the agricultural press, a* elsewhere Trusting you vtUJ reap the full fruition of your aspirations fur the uplifting of Southern agriculture I remain. Hcwpeetfully It U tlHDFOKt) Halley. Tenn I «!tt«»rtai < "inmnii Kncouraglng *ords are always appreciated, but he rditorlal force is glad to admit that the contribution* of farmers are doing a world of g<»od for the paper and Its readers Ours is a case of • ise CO Operation by a large number of iJidejK-ndens minds and the credit . k.... ( i ». „ x ll.i.n_a a_ thr ro*oi>er»Uon l» \ ^Ur rnp Motor *tlta«tr lltufa tlrenrr. Mmwn Kdltor* I hate a rhufa cleaner that I made at odd U m e» *nd It clean* It la a alattrd cylin der mounted on *uttable frame and Iran* thr rhufa* somewhat after he fa*hlon of thr rylindrr some of *«»ur reader* have seen In u*r at the foundrle* to rlrah the dirt from the new made casting* You ran make the md» of your drum 1C to 2 4 Inrhea In diameter I hen natt on *lata made of dr eased lath* or similar material to make a r* Under lM*tnfwe between the lath* should In the dirt e*rai*e but not the rhufa*. You ran make the drum n%r fret loti*, or longer If you want to Hut If long enough for the load to make the lath* sag. you had bet ter wind a wire hoop around the middle After the *tat« are nailed >n the end* (leaving two *tat* free •O you ran put the rhufa* ln». fasten au Iron band or hoop around the end*, tire fa*hion Hun a shaft through the middle and mount the projecting axle bearing* on a suitable frame On one end put un old corn sheller fly wheel or something similar, and mil the Other put the small pinion to en gage the larger wheel of a dowlug cog wheel with an old Dutch fan crank. Whip your chufa* out again*! a rail, or slat of some kind, then put cliufaa and dirt In your drum, and turn not too fast. Keep part* oiled !>’• mlaranduct Th# dtlaem ^ ~ th'jr would Ilk# to, a* long at p^ d thu Mm# fetllr z Will arts# toward ~t#d with fh# Co! g. tjnd#r Pr#*jdpBt • >'r* »r,- r. unfair, e 'h# College to not for * h# *r#»d of *h# State. That k In hi* position »h#n h# u » 4,^ th# man for lb# piac# CH AM M SCHERER. «d N#*t W*#k.) wwll ' - .1 turn a lni| wh„n full of dirt and cbufaa I bat# on# that do#* the n#lg|. borhf»od work ED D PEARSALL I !W»* for **ifiing <1iufa«. M#*«r« Editor* I am not In the -M *--•-_ i ' ^ m Ufa I was I u*ed a chtifa boi~*eire If «u ' a frame made on four legs about three feet high, has a swinging boi and *W*e inside of the frame The rbufas are pulled op and whipped . off in the bos and then the dirt U • ifurj out ~ Tfe4* it hr far the fuff way that I base etrr seen chufas sat ed A good hand In gt*od rhufaa can uw' fl»e bu*hel« a day. or two hands can sate still more Any good sited boy can work It successfully, H A WILLIAMS • Adrartbat Katas k Tka Cazatta. Tbe gr*e»%; a4r«rt a t« rates it The Oe tette a** HrtfUj fl A ter a’.sg'.s eolsatt Iftcn. » uhojt discount for UK# or atkMh Tbai is u> »*? a case 'r.ch a:a*(» co-awe ad •: * e*ch a&4 *t»ry t tee it iiissft whether or-* week or oae year, a ha-fiaeA •4 u rssu each ac4 rmr Uo» it arrears. • i (aches *T ll. « Starf.*a |tg ru Tbe oce aa4 oatiy raceftion to this na.’s A ’•bat is onier to rtsoo-irarfr the life stock tod pont'Ary ’tiereals in our territory are aakr a a tori*: discount of 10 »w*r retsto© lire afcxA ao4 tea try e,*a rat&'r# 1 tsoetha or ,a3ki*f *■' j*r ortst ea Use auct or tou.'try ada rss* s-6# « a-oetha Of tenge? sod JP ter cent oa • a* a mam r-JBesc* owb r*wr or .ot^er The** *Sl*r»>4ftU will iwwilftwif ewTWf hr *. .«»«J «e *r t oUmtt ■' *w> of wJ**nU2e« ! r|(*vt i!n> IkXk fnst^UT *>k *%» /wr mw <M*. ww tor towgw «f «0f rmrnmA mm 10 toys to tiww •/ 10# 4*i# 0 UU tarn* to w*k* 10#0 0W 0 $55.00 42 laatfcar T** •*•§? Eta VEARt KKPIRIKNCK I ntrrllvgflb* .jualH > l-cl 0* t*D V** I H > $10.00 to $50.00 t B«|$J* I ftp- tit 0 !«■ Br t| ■*-!i*etrryllii#|R rt* • \ rl. i It# !:*»r 0»"n hy ptrrjf lf*l •k ymtr Uftk.r «bi> •• mt*> I CMWAtTI CO.. l>4.. *00 Ort—0J STRAWBERRY PLANTS IW l»BOOS • W THOMAS flAHTS My plant* air grown writh thejvitw o( pioducing plant* of the highest quaMy iltat wrtll yfeld large cro|*a of tin* btftit* ju*t the kind you ahould plant and 1^* only kind you can afford to plant Straw* b nr* are the moat profitable crop grown. !«a* to rtti ta*0ii if Hfti t* « W THOMAS. Tkt SfrRwWtty Pitot Mr«. A»lU.kl FoxTerrlert ■*V||| rtlertulnale raU for r*>c- l*u|0a t’ Eggt $1.50 per Fifteen. ilr.i U)ii>k' strain* of Whit* Rock* *n4 It hod* lalamt Kwl» D. Crighton,: Okolono, Mi**