The Paducah Post. (Paducah, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, January 24, 1908 Page: 3 of 6
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TtoT DboFcHE^kiTD’lN HbTEL*.
Cartful Provision Made for Thalr
New York.—With the growth of the
large hotels and restaurants in popu-
larity for small and Informal social
gatherings, especially teas and lunch-
eons, official recognition has been
THE PADUCAH PQST
jjrtBjed m second-clan mail msttar. May
The law of supp
imperious, and will
not think that Co-C
ing Itself, or changla
many times express*
on this question of 1
contended, and does
cotton crop has sverl
be raised on the affl
cultivation to fmpgf
the world for cott)Mi
Work and patience propel the plow
The hearty daily laborer Is happier
than a. dyspeptic prince.
Zanesville (O.) eggs are passing for
currency. Cot change tor an egg?
Gold Is still coming our way—
speaking, of course, nationally, and
New York, It is reported, rests upon
a bed of garnets. Still, the pickings
above ground are richer.
A coal man has been fined for sell-
ing 1,916 pounds to the ton. That’s a
weigh they have sometimes.
A bulldog figured as a witness In a
•Chicago case. Opposing counsel re-
frained from cross-examination.
It Is unsafe to trifle or temporize
with anything that makes a noise like
a grip germ getting in its work.
Spain produces over three billion
•corks every year. No wonder poten-
tates regard Alfonso as a corker.
A. Detroit prisoner has admitted,
stealing 3,000 fountain pens. A fitting
punishment would be to make him fill
given in these places to society’s dogs,
and provision has been made for their
comfort and also for their safety.
Many women make It a practice to
drop Into these places with friends In
the afternoon, some of them with
dogs. In such a case the dog cannot
be Ignored., He has been out for his
accustomed spin In a carriage or auto-
mobile, and he is, always a well-bred
dog. At the hotel he can be checked
the same as a .coat or umbrella.,is
checked, and this Is what is done with
him. Waiting patiently at the stand
What about a Home Industry Club?
Keep the record straight and use
the split-log drag.
Did you every try home owing? It’s
a good thing to do.
What about a weekly trades’ day?
It works elsewhere.
When you have absolutely nothing
else to do, then talk hard times.
When are you going to have your
first open meeting for this year?
Wear your overcoat all summer if
necessary, but don’t give a mortgage.
Every citizen owes It to himself, his
family and his community to own a
mand, as above refem
this: It takes nearly
duce a cotton crop, a
of time to sell, hut wt
on the market H
price offered, then the
market) is greaterthi
(of the market), ym
and demand It if fM
scaling price to be evflp
the dumpers ovewfOfP
and prices drop bekn*
ures. Union cotton ftfl
houses. When thar pCta
minimum prices, or ab
ton is bn the market,
will be, especially after
ery year, that In neal
Union cotton la tkf
fetch more than the |j
and what applies to .Un
apply to Union (IW
valors, and Union triMi
he is always complimented upon his
dignified bearing, which, whether he
be collie, bulldog, fox terrier or toy
bull, is as If he realised he had a
reputation to maintain.
Kennels below stairs for dogs are
also kept at all of the larger places,
such as Sherry’s, Cafe Martin, the
Waldorf-Astoria, the St Regis, the
Plaza and the Hotel Aitor. There the
dog can be thoroughly comfortable
during the long luncheon or dinner of
his owner, and he is always under the
eye of an expert In the care of ani-
Plant peanuts, but don’t stop at that.
Plant Irish potatoes, sweet potatoes,
onions, corn and some cotton.
The farmer is the primary road-user
roads. Get you a split log drag, and
do it now.
You owe It to your country to own
your home, and then ydi owe it to
your neighbor to help him to own a
storages. With this pyf
and it surely ottgfct fb M
feet, the world Witt Pop!
miration, and with respac
grafter and spoliator wf
the day of his pasfitlC-k
that there Is no moroptel
In the cotton fields of tjljf
grain fields of the WM
chards and vlneyardf .oil
—in any agricultural on
where In the land, and be
his teeth and
spect us and mmMvm
and mind, and conBritfftg
have at last awakened fl
to doing business In a p
sible, business way. ,
What is there or earn
injustice in this plan? 1
one can conceive
ine. is there any bnsinar
these modern days that -1
ket—the trade—ffit tkS
Standard OU Company do
The United StatM^top
does not do so. The gran
ing establishment* dp not
railroad companies do not
this system would. iibi||
price. That' .is certain?
whatever Is just Is boos
orable. It would bs will
of the law—not by land
terfuge, but openly, b|tnae
reservedly, and itndtjy
pale of the law ia its eve
tlon. That Is tbe kind «
Farmers' Union would b*
and above board, ao4 jv
farm products-of exafMjd
various soils and eMffMmi
ed States wiU grow, aa&di
lutely without oontte£'f||
but ih accordance With Jft
tenance of tbe law.
of trade, but tat the tOTt)
velopment and grswto3|ft
tional Co-Operator. &,,
Buffington, Ifd., Man Collscts Cement
Dust and Molds It Into Blocks,
Chicago.—John Kelly of Buffington,
Some Ohio authorities are using
pictures In an attempt to cure the
insane. Not, however, souvenir postal
ind., once was a truck farmer, making
a bare living. Now he is an opulent
manufacturer of cement blocks with
Copyright by Waldon ravoitt
Robert-Bacon, assistant secretary of state, stands high In the estimation
of the president and according to Washington rumor wilt succeed Secretary of
8*ate Root on the latter’s retirement which, it is said, will occur before long.
Mr. Bacon Is an old Harvard classmate of President Roosevelt and is a mem-
ber of.the “kitchen cabinet."
If the sultan of Turkey is not per-
mitted to make overdrafts on his bank
the poor man Is horribly circum-
plans for a summer campaign of mem-
ber-getting. What are you going to
do about It?
an Income of 625 and little outlay.
AH this is due to the fact that the
wind happens to be blowing Kelly’s
way, and it is not an “111 wind" either.
The old-fashioned liar is mighty un-
common now. People have learned
more sense than to talk about hard
times any more.
Serve God and love
A Philadelphia man has just given
i his daughter a 6100,000 coming-out
party. That’s right. Put the money
Kelly’s home is two blocks frojm the
cement works of the Illinois Steel
Company at Buffington, where .a. 63,-
000,000 plant grinds slag and converts
It Into ■Portland cement.
LYNCH LAW RECORD.
The czar, by banishing all the ed-
itors from Russia, would leave the
political novelists In exclusive pos-
session of the field.
. your neighbor
as yourself and keep faith with the
Union, and you. will ha-e been a
mighty busy man.
When . the
wind'blows off the lake clouds of ce-
FIFTY-SIX PERSONS M€T SJJ.M-
’ MARY DEATH DURING 1907.
states. and one territory, Iowa, Okla-
homa and Nebraska being the addi-
tions to last year’s list. Alabama
jumped from five In 1906 to 13 In 1907.
ment-laden dust envelop the Kelly
home and the Kelly truck farm.
The owner. In the hope of saving his
If you want an absolutely square
deal, take the hen and. the cow Into
partnership with, you and treat them
at least half right.
Big Majority of Victims Wef-e Negroes
—Offenses for Which They Gave
,Up Lives—Comparison with
•New Orleans,—Fifty-six. persons
garden greens, recently constructed
an Immense shield of the billboard
type at the rear end of his lot, facing.
GREATEST CONCRETE BRIDGE.
the cement plan! When the cement'
dust comes his why it strikes the
board and falls In a pile at the base
of the shield. • :r
After that all that-Kelly has to do,-
is to scoop up Some gravel, mix. it.’
Just Finished at Washington and Re-
markable for Several Reasons.
When you have planted all that It
Is practicable to raise, you will not
have to worry about “over-production ’
of any crop. 'See?
The happiest and most contented
people on earth are those who own
their homes, people who have a
place to lay their heads.
The hen la the finest crop on the
place, and has the poorest chance, at
that Give the hen a decent show, and
you will have the surprise of
were-put. to-death by Judge Lynch
• during ,J?07.,compared to 73 in 1906.
Forly-nlne 'warA' negro men, four
white men-* did three negiVj women.
There. wecs.doubia,’ lynchings in five
Instances And triple lynchings In two.
Two,negro women..’forced the prin-
cipals In one of the ddttble lynchings
and two negro .brothers In another,
Thirty-sbven victims .of mob violence
were put to death at night and 19 dur-
ing daylight hours. Eleven lives-w^re
Thirty-one were Ranged, 17 shot to
-death, three hanged and shot, two
shot and corpses burned, ofie tied to a
trei«' bud Shot- to’death, one beaten to
death -and another kicked- to death.
'’’•Following, Is tbe comparative num-
ber :of, lynchings,-for the. two years:
State. . •’ 1907. *1906.
Alabama .............................. 13 5
Arkansas ............................ 3 4
Washington:—The. largest • concrete
bridge in the world has just received.,
the finishing touches at Washington.
The Connecticut avenue bridge, as It
Is known, spans the deep gorge of
Rock creek, not 15 minutes by trolley
from the center of the city.
The structure is remarkable for sev-
eral reasons. In the first place it is
built entirely of concrete without be-
ing re-enforced with steel.
It is 1,421 feet long, with a 52-foot.
roadway and a walk on either side.
The floor of the bridge Is 136 feet
above the ground. There are several
with the cement and mold'’the mass
Into blocks, for which he finds a ready
MAXIM INVENTS MOTORITE.
New Explosive to Replace Steam and
i Gaaollne In Driving Ships.1*'
• — ;■
New York.—A new motive power
known as “motorlte,” which is ex-
pected to revolutionize torpedoes and
torpedo boats and poestbty in tbe fu-
ture replace steam as a motive power
tor ocean-going vessels, has been in-
vented, it Is announced by Hudson
Maxim, the inventor. It is- said that
Mr, Maxim has already made exten-
sive tests with models'of-torpedoes
and torpedo boats and hat notified the
government of his Invention*. ”Mq-'
torite,” the new motive power which
la the basis of the torpedo-Sad torpedo
boat, Is eald. to jfcs a. combination of
support their husbands. A husband
is a convenience about the house if
a woman can <utord one.
People are now utilizing the tele-
phone to talk through their, chests,
but the process of talking through
the hat requires no telephone.
A lady poet declares that “it la
pleasant to die for those we love.” If
It Is not impertinent we would like to
ask whether she has ever tried It.
Eleanor Glyn, the English novelist,
has called the “Pilgrim Mothers” of,
New York a parcel of "iabby cats,”
and a Kilkenny time of It impends.
When the Rev. Dr. Aked wants to
vaise a specific sum of money he re-
fuses to dismiss tbe congregation un-
dll he gets it. put up or stay shut up.
One hundred brand-new tea-doUar
gold pieces, Con you imagine a pret-
:.*!•* sight?~Athnitir Gefffglan. Yes '
Two hundred brand-new ten-dollar
Although clouds, rain and storms
prevail in the realm of Dame Nature,
there can ever Unger in the brave
heart and soul thg sunshine of Im-
aortal ‘ hopf^
According to the annual report of
the Pinkerton agener. there doesn't
aeem to have been any decline In the
The word to inspire every member of
the Union for this year ought to be
Progress.” This means progress in
Union, in Education, progress In ac-
tion, Are you in on the campaign?
All good Union men, are filing up
their yards, so that the passer-by will
Work was begun about seven years
ago on the foundations, though the
plans had already taken about two
years to, complete. The work halted
owing to the failure of congress to ap-
propriate enough money ,to com-
But about three years ago the nec-
essary bills went through and a really
beautiful bridge la naw the result.
The'coBt was 61.000,000.
think that some white man lives at
that place. Are you willing to live at
a place that’ will “look like a ’widow
This is the year that you ought to
take up the matter of consolidating'
your schools and securing bigger and
tetter school houses and larger courses
Raise, corn, onto,
ton as you can ear
That meant. ptMpbi
in the year and Bps’
North Carolina .. j>
bp> ! ’j
. "jt!MMtOOOOO. ■ 1 •• 1 • •• 1 ■ •••■ MiMiti, .•.* • 1 2
.................. 3 6
North Carolina;^..'*..,,,..,...,..... .. 5
Totals 56 73
«The offense* for -which these hu-
mans were forced to give up tbelr
lives range from qtMiing 76 ents and
talking to white’^lrls'oVer a telephone
to rape andmurdisr'Of wife and son.
Following Were the ’Offenses charged,
with fho number'; lynehed:,
F2‘hiJ!?‘2L5iher " who jostled
pteffimMbffit.-jtjiiiiS- •»»•«•)>* ........... i
STARTS FORE8T FROM 8EED.
Are all your .toll
under sheds, where
don’t kick abonklgi
it is not too end
coming unto* H*i
going to hmv* tote a
doing something ft
that it wmiroeSiJ
you. 1 US
are yon going to do about lt?1Spill
“Plant peanuts” la the skflHI
Texae. This Is good so far as it goes,
obt It ought to be built up till it reals.
“Want peanuts, pigs, poiitry, peas, po-
tatoes and prosperity nil over the
tonn,” and this need not be taken se-
rtoutey by Texans only. They need
Oklahoma Now Hat 80,000 Catalpa
Trees Growing on 8and HIHs. „
Pond Creek, Okla.—J. W. Bird’s
venture in staftlng . a catalpa forest
has proved very successful for the
first year. He bought raw land In the
sand hills just east of the town for his
project and broke It up last winter
He planted about 300,000 seeds, ex-
pecting to get abput one-fourth that
number of plants. He now has be-
tween 80,000 udHHHHHHH
present gasoUnwdrivsn projectiles do
not travel faster than 25 mUas. an
hour. Maxim’s new mddel torpedo
boat, which is prhctteall* subastefed,
nan be propelled,^ toe inventor toys,
at a rate of from «C to 60 miles an
hour. ' a ‘
prosperity of tbs bank-burglary bust-
.nsss, anyway. -
In Pittsburg a man refassd n pres-
ent of 6100 tk gold shins because tosy
did not bear tbs’motto: “In God We
Tru»t” Ho was s minister, howsvsr;
not a millionaire.
A Kansas man kiUed himself be-
was Urod of gstUag up at
I hour. „ ’ ’ 7 ;
I NOW BBSS WITH BLIND BYg.,
I 1, . r1 '■
I bhloan Shoot* Hlmsolf in Good Optlo
: - and Makes Odd Dlacovsry.
* SlVltoMlSI- : ' > .
I Cleveland, O.—After 11 years George
H. Harpat discovered by shooting him-
|sslf that he Is not bHpd In Ms left
eye- With Us vision grin* from Us
I right aye, Harpat was astoaMhed to
I Bad that he. sflU could see..
I Harpst shot Mrs. Mary Voelk and
Attempted suicide. Ihe bullet d»
atroyed the right opUc nervs. The
dootors said he would he- blind if ha
It all ovqr this Country.
This Is the year you have promised
to make your best year. Begin it
right by becoming so good a Union
man that your neighbor, who has been
holding oB WIU see the error in his
ways, and be constrained to come Into
toe ranks of Us brotherhood.
There is ph
every local Hi
time. Are yc
local as la ton
It can be? L
healthy young trees. Next spring he
will transplant and If the trees come
through the Winter well expects to
have about 80 acres In trees.
As an illustration of what remark-
able growth the tree will make In
this soil and climate Mr. Bird has la
his office a tree cut by W. H. Farmer,
who lives one mile from tbe former’s
catalpa farm. Last April Mr. Farmer
cut back a two-year-old seedling, and
since then the tree has made a
growth of ten feet six inches.
small “hones I
should work top
that itis ponsBili
The Idea of “g
In vogu* in
meet and gMll
wing to milk
it never ob-
it is stUi time to plant a few more
tree*, and ns It la past the usual sea-
son for selling, there are a lot of good
trees at the nurseries that may be had
at bargain prices. Better look Into
to him to get married.
The iyaeUags iook place in 17
In toe work of the Union, as every-
abere sloe, there are dlsooumgements.
doantlmsB tt asanas that people get the
"oootrairtaiN and seem to take a
■sndiah deBght In ndtaag work that
^ ««W«pU.h. The
^ ln UlU
cend to the roof via the elevator thd
look over top dttoy heights to tin
ground belnw,. “aod I am the oajy
woman who hag ever attempted tote
dizzy pstatlng. I like It, <to. so asm*'
;ty n pro-
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