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HAIT 25 CONSTITUTION CLARK HOWELL tatter Ceasral Mia.ar. 1 Euetleiai Clark HowelJ Eoby Roblnsoa Albert HoweU. Jr. X. R. Black. S. W. Orady. at the postofflce at Atlanta aeeond-claas mall mattar.- POITACZB RATBSl United States and Mexico. xa-M MW 11 u lei art M- age Nwe-Mi ei M ATLANTA OA May 25 191 ITBSCIWTIOll KATBSl By Kali to the United States an Mexico. Payable invariably In advance. lino fino. Daflr and Sunday. too. Dally too iS 1.00 By Carrier. In Atlanta. II cents per month or 1 ent per .week. Ontaidu of Atlanta. (0 cenU per moath. or It cents per week. j K. HOIXIDAT Constitution Bunding aole Advertising Manager for all territory outside .Atlanta. The addreaa of the Washington Bureau Is Jfo. If IT S Street N. W MrTjohn Corrtgan Jr staff correspondent In charge- THB CONarmmON Is on' sale In New and Twenty-ninth atreet and Broadway. Th Constitution la not reeponslbW fo advance payments to out-of-itown local car tiers dealers or agents. --J 7fjE QRANtlE aiQHWA Y. i'commlttee from tte DecatufDeKaIb county .Chamber of Commerce Have waited upon the board of commissioners of Fulton county' with tbe request that Fulton loan DeKalb fifty of lt convicts to be used ln conjunction with all the convicts of DeKalb 'In completing the "Granite Highway" in time for the fan convention of the American Hoad.confffeBB in AtiarIt i. Ordinarily the creation of a precedent .whereby Fulton committed Itself to the loan of. Its convicts to other counties would not commend itself bat .In this Instance "it ia expressly stipu lated that the loan shall not be regarded aa a 'precedent. The special circumstances of the case are such as to give much force to DeKalb's request. The highway IB at present' completed from Atlanta to conslderatly beyond De- catur. A strip of approximately nve miles f em&lna tinflnlahed. If the highway is to b open for traffic by the time the convention ia held DeKalb county must have' aid. DeKalb does not ask that Fulton make this loan of convicts while her own conylcta are engaged in road-making at points In DeKalh off the "Oranlte Hlghway. It proposes to concentrate all her convicts upon that project. It will house feed and maintain the borrowed convicts. Few Atlantans realize the publicity asset of Stone Mountain the biggest rock In the world nine miles In circumference at toe base. If It were a thousand mUes Instead of less .than field-glass dlatance from Atlanta we would more appreciate iti drawing powers. During Shrine week alone- thousands of visitors 'made pilgrimages to this natural wonder. A well-paved roadway from "Atlanta jneans that the Importance of. the mountain from this angle alone will be vastly increased. The quarry owners at.the mountain offer to furnish the stone for the highway free ot cost. All that is needed is the labor. The -Btreteh .between. Atlanta and' Sfone Mountain Is a link In the Washlngton'to Atlanta highway now In process of construe- tlon'under supervision of government engl- neera. There are 'alternative routes from Augusta to Stone Mountain one paralleling the Georgia railroad and the other by way of Athens. But both converge-at Stone Mountain and from there on the rightof-way Is straight over 'the "Granite Highway- to Atlanta. A tremendous volume of traffic from Augusta and way points will therefore traverse the "Granite Highway not to 'mention the larger volume traveling the capltal-tx apltal highway. All this will help Atlanta. These considerations lift the request of the Decatur committee out of the ordinary. With the proviso that it is not to be regarded a fixing a precedent and that DeKalb puts Its entire force upon the work The Constitution Indorses the plan. AN EPOCH Iff GEORGIA. .The Georgia Animal Industry convention called to meet in Qultman on Tuesday Way 26'ought to Introduce'a new.epoch to Geor gia with regard to the pork and beef Industry. The convention la called by the Georgia Stats Chamber of Commerce upon the request of the Brooks County "Industrial club 'which has already done much to encourage fdlverTriflcationf.wtth a special Tiew to hogs Jand cattle. Some of the speakers at the convention wlll.be James E. Downing federal agent I who is establishing pig clubs throughout Georsla Dr. E. M. Nlghbert. who represents the federal l.btireau of. animal Georglar.Dr Peter F.Bahnsen state veteri narian and I Andreir M. Soule president of the" State Agricultural college- It Is expected that the talks and the moving picture exhibits 'made from 'actual demonstrations of the.successes of Georgia' farmers la the pork and beef industries''will bring from two to three ttmnJmnit Georgians' from all parts of the state. Southwest Georgin .win 'contribute particularly'to- the con- ventiott attendance. Qultman and'Brooks "county form a pa -j Ocularly fitting background for convention of this nature. It is Brooks county that has gained fame try exporting hams to all parts of thV United States. 'The county'haa set the rest of Georgia a stiff pace In the revival of the hog and cattle Industries and along it every main and collateral road prosper ous farmers bear witness to the profit of the. propaganda. The plans-of the'Brooks County Industrial club and the Georgia State' Chamber of Commerce contemplate' spreading tiirongb every Georgia county the goipel of raising home supplies In the beef and -pork'lines/ and the additional re venue in creating an export surplus. -The intention IB to show at this meeting that pork and. beef can be raised In Georgia at much less cost and fold at a greater profit than the western product. The- more Quickly Georgia learns the necessity for enterprise and.organlzatlon In the development of the.hog and cattle In dustries the better for her farmers and the aggregate wealth of the entire state. 1HE FAKE "STRENUOUS LIFE. It' was about time that1 some qualified authority took a center shot at the overworked slogan of the "strenuous life. and the candidate has come forward In the form of Secretary of Commerce'Redneld. In a recent address delivered at Providence R. L. lie deprecated the chronic and hysterical Invitations to speed up toward theoretical efficiency and said It1 Is an-Infantile view-of industry- which meaeuree Ita result by ith r the duration or the extent of the effort. Both th hustler and the apostle of atrenuoueness have become back numbers In their methods. J" 'So far as the element of superficial hurry In-American life is concerned. Secretary Redneld is right. We have had the doctrine of "hustle" preached into ns so incessantly that it has n a way become synonymona of noise confusion boasting and if the truth be told of skimping. For the man who Is out to make an impression. industry or in public life and who depends upon meretricious methods to get results may In'the Jong run become a positive drag upon production. The old and strenuous idea of the farmer's life -was to rise before daybreak and work until after sunset. The new method Is to learn such formulas as will enable the worker to finish the 'same or more work in several less hours. The same- procedure.appliesto the mechanic's .work the brain workers the college professor's. None of these callings count their stint by hours of labor. They depend rather upon results accomplished aa the gauge. The same measure'holds with'the banker the teacher any worker In any craft. All of which means that in the future we will'need to revise a good many of the old opvbookmaxima over .which youth perspired hopefully. .We used to be told. parrot- Ike that "labor conquers all things. There 8 a new direction toward success nowadays and Its sentiment runs that "skill and concentration conquer all things whether In an eight an eighteen or a four-hour day. MAKE IT-MANDATORY .The federal commission on Industrial relations has drafted a bill looking tentatively toward the creation of. a national board of mediation and .conciliation. It is Intended that the functions of the board shall apply to disputes that may involve -the 'federal overament but that they shall not conflict r Interfere with state Jurisdictions or Inter- tate commerce. .Thecommission is putting forward Its Ian at a particularly happy time with the country's mind riveted 'on the need for mediationby the Intolerable conditions in Colorado. .The" one point of criticism .The Constitu- on sees in the Idea as formulated. Is that t leaves too much' to the good nature.of parties that may be involved la disputes of any nature. "Does anyone for Instance imagine that such a mild Taw would be of avail n lessening tension In Colorado Here la John D. Rockefeller declaring that there are various points the Colorado Iron and Fuel company will not submit to arbltra- ou. In the face of obstinacy of this nature IB "Please come and be good" tenor of the roposed law would be absolutely'ineffectual.- What is really needed is a mediation and conciliation law with teeth In It a law that will either compel the parties to-.medlate or rbltrate ir that will penalize them for ockouts and strikes or atrocities-unless their case hasfirst beenlaid before an unbiased tribunal. The Constitution has no means of determining whether sentiment In this country has yet reached the stage'where If will Justify compulsory arbitration or mediation. We are tolerably sure that sentiment has led Its determination' to endure'no more uch outrageousand anarchical spectacles as .those 'presented In. .Colorado Michigan and West Virginia V If mandatory arbitration 13 too strong a remedy at present let It be preceded .by mandatory mediation at least mandatory and judicial publicity. tn the end. It Js one of theaa .varlou's factors that'wins through to a settlement. There Is no reason why we should not .have legislation .enforcing "one or more of these measures In advance. f 'Hurry up the. For Susmarll atay tod Ions I I/don't care if If let When bllnaM-winda blow atTCrBjn .Tfcev bier oak-ore wiH TIae\.fiddle. stale "a ear wa when old Hiaea all the hllla with anowT Wft wearr of the blaring mat VA-ceorchtoc'hteb and low Band -roona and dane the qnadrllla CntU the dark hours a-o Kf -dla world 1 da' bowlln" wtldanMU ome folka a y It I a laaf man rnait tw as happy as crow in a cornnela. Toa don't iava t r KO fur in dU worla ter'b hapsy. AUyoii hare tar do is tar ait ftai and think1 ot d other f U r. It's fcard tar pleaia U1 da people. .Whan aoma a-lt t r hearea dey-U eayde honey 1 all dry eom and da mUk U eoar. His Pint Effort An eminent'educator -aenda the following -Sam days ago I read. In The Conatltu- tlon a beautiful aonnef to -Music. by .Laurence Palmer Tomptlna.- an AtlaSta .boy. Of couree all young men cannotwrite poetry. Some thne ago I augrgested. to one of my.clasaes to attempt poetry In lieu of the usual prose essay. The following- Is one of the .papers "Mr head la full of lots of things Th tho.ughta are flashing through my .brain Uka angela heada on'flery' wlnga' And Oh I am In such a strain "Give me a drink' O. lovely Muse VAndjlet m 'loae myself with thee. I wish that I couw go and snooze nd leave the things that bother me. .VSoodby.dear Gooae. and.may you go "Where darkness hides'my face from thee. I. would .that I. were not ao'slow I think that I could climb a tree. Another Kind of Cleaa-TJp Daj. .Speaking of Clean-Up Daya" Homer Hooh In The Marlon Record aaks -Wtoy not a cleaa-up L day for casting off the mental and moral rubbish Why not gather up the tin cane of spite and. envy the eld rags of Indifference and selnshneae the junk of old- animosities-and all the trash that accumulates In. the. backyard -of the rnlfld and heart and aend it to the dump pile where It beloneaJ" S 1I. Hot Sew Idea. The XJndaborr Tfew's Idea of.Hades la a place where there la eternal quarreling and fussing over things that don't amount to ShUCkS. i -Waere the Glory Bead Una. Folger McKInaey elaga this brief song of the road called "Glory- "We'want to take" the glory riad We seek it low aad high We look for.lt across the hills And upward to the. sky.- Tet every day by day It runs Before us where we toll The little road of love- that winda Where violets paint the soil" Hla Iea ot It. When the average author sets In a position to live on the royaltlee of his books aays a despairing one -he begins to have aerloue thoughts of cultivating .the acquaintance' of an undertaker. The Bwo ble Life. Life a life of reason. Happy to the end Any sort o' season The kind fates send BrLghtL or .ratormy weather-Let -'ent have their day Journeying on together .Singing on the.way IB Every Locality. Someone claims to have dlaeavered a wild1 man In Tennessee. Come to tMnk of It bbey are pretty numerous all over the country v jt Xaya Bfer WillUaia. "Some foils t goes to church these daya ter go ter aleep and what de Gospel wanta la preachera who can holler loud aiu ugh to keep em wide awakel- Fire Protection in Wisconsin. From The Engineering Record. The new'Wlaconain code alma to fix broad atandards of fire protection and- aanitatlon not details of design or arrangement Thus the code is less than one-half aa long aa the New York city code. On the engineering or structural aide little more is given than tables of floor loads bearing" value of soils and allowable unit stresses all of which are made aubatantlally uniform with thernew Milwaukee ordlnancea A further unusual provi sion la .one permitting the specified floor loada to be reduced by 20. pounds In fireproof .buildings. .The reaaona for thla dla- crimlnatlonare .A fireproof floor suffera little or no deterioration a -fireproof floor is not weakened by a fire below the greater dead .load of a fireproof floor means that any accidental overload ia a smaller propor tion of the total dead and live load. .The most detailed provlalona are those re lating- to stairways and fire escapes. 'In apartment hoaaes a covered outside rear stairway ia-reoommanded which aeta as a service stairway and fire escape combined and where.vbls is provided no firs escapes ia required.- Atlanta PonbOity Ar Mail Order Center by Hatting Tbe tremendous poaslbllltlea of Atlanta as' on of the great mall vrder centers of the United Btatea were discussed by B. O. BasOnga to' a special addreaa delivered at tha aeml-monthly mmtlur of the Rotary dub of Atlanta last Tueeday. He said in parti TSo far as tha south and aouthweat- U concerned Atlanta la the- logical mail order center and there Ia opportunity her In Atlanta" for an. Immense mall order development It bandied rightly conscientiously and with a view to permanency. "Letno member of tta Rotary club get die Idea that the maU order "bnalneaa Is any cret-rtch- iuiek scheme for It la not.'re gardless of the line attempted. A euccess- fttl -mall order rl uataess -is one' necessarily based on the confidence the buyer haa In. the aeller confidence hard-and alow to get and way to dlaalpate. v "I don't know how It la In general Unea. but I do know the seed bualneea and when. on of the oldest' and moat 'widely experienced men In the seed trade aome years ago said that never In his observation had a aeed firm started T lg" and made a ancoeaa I knew by experience and observation that he wae rigbt Atlanta is the logical distributing point for the aonCh. the ideal plaoe for mall order work In any and all lines. Some attempts have been-made and .failed. WhyT Simply because .the- founders thought they must start on a big scale. Suchiideaa are dead wrong. Mall order business of any kind Is neoeasarUy based on confidence and the man who la nnwUllntt to wait erven years for tangible'reaulta has no business in.the mail order game regardless of .what particular line he expects.to engage In. "Almost any line'of retail business can worlc successfully- along mall order'lines if you are not over anxtoua for immediate auc- eeaa. If you are looking for Immediate suo- eesa don't atart you will be dlaappointed. If you have pataencev arrlt and stamina to atay by a losing or break-even game for three to five years before the tide turns you are the right kind of man to start In the mall' order game. Once thoroughly In. once thoroughly established you have a real aubetantlal bus- neaa that you will find It bard for someone else to ouat yon out of. As an example ot thia I would aay that for ten years .after we moved to Atlanta It waa no unusual thing for ua-to get orders addressed to us at our old Florida addreaa and occasionally one comes to us'yet forwarded from Florlda. T almoat forgot to again touch on what may be" termed the natural trend of trade which Is Invariably 'north and eaat of the geographical location of .the buyer. Wben we-.were in central Florida we could no more touch aeed. business in the Tallahassee- Fenaacola section than we could fly before the days of aeroplanes. Now that wa are located In Atlanta It comes to ua aa easy as- water running down hill but we still find it almost impossible to do business profitably in North Carolina although Texaa customer. come to us In nearly hundred thousand lots. "Atlanta is an entirely logical mall order point but the Atlanta man considering mall order business must consider aeiioualy the fundamentals first that inall order business and confidence are of slow growth but confidence once established It lav of reasonable permanence and aecond that .effort for busl- neaa must be made toward' the south and weft rather thantoward the.north and eaat' Some Little Talks by GeorgeMatlhewAdams 8UPPORT NOT .Recently Colonel William R. Nelson editor Of the Kansas City Star wae approached by a reporter 'and asked for his opinion -with regard to the President's attitude toward Huerta the Mexican dictator. Hla reply waa-characteristic of the man-We are not f urnlehlng advice to the President of' the United States. We are supporting him. The efrat atreaa and atrain under which a man- labora .when tremendoua burdena are upon his .shouldera placea him in need of Encouragement Support not Criticism. You .don't like to be criticized but you do like to be commended. Speak croasly to a dog and he will growl at you pat him on the nose and he will bark and wag his tall in friendly affection. How Infinitely more Important and resultful to a man the proper nppert and' Encouragement at uhe right time. This would be a great world If .more Golden Rulea were handed around do to the other fellow exactly aa you would have him do to you tinder the same circumstances. Be prompt to commend worthy deeds performed. And when you cannot exactly aee where the policies or plans of'a man are going to work out right support him anyway if he la honest and upright. THIS XEWSPATER. o The greatest triumph of the Nineteenth Century as It arose into the morning of the Twentieth wae ita Newspaper The old Individualism of Its pages had fallen away and its new sympathetic. Humanism became the Institution of The People of Whioh This Newspaper la both representative and Spon sor/ .Tbla -Newepaper ia a part of every reader that favora It .It la an expression 'of every man and woman that supports It by paying their pennies day after day for it You wbo read this are a part owner- at this moment. In This Newspaper.- II Liberty ever tires if Nationalism and Democracy ever fallst that .will be the.day when the people loae faith in Newsnaners This Newspaper among the others. it was no leaa a power than Napoleon who once stated that if .he were to give tbe liberty of the Press his power could not last three days. And It waa the great Agitator and'Democrat In heart and action Wen dell PhiUlpa who said tbat it he could be given the ownership-of the Newspapers h would not care for the Influence-and power of the School the Pulpit or of anything else. If ThisNewepaper Isn't living up to Its Ideals and your Ideala you are one who la partly to blame. For-every really great Newapaper alncerely "caree" and. carea .a lot about what you think of it and whether it l fulfilling its largest mission and its trueat purpoae.- Write to. This Newapaper. Commend ills good. points. Give it suggestions. Support Its Ideals. Fight aa It fights. Grow with It Laugh. with it And when .it get ill hearted and tired of brain alt by ita aide and encourage it back to "form" again. Stirk to It MAttCH. WITH ETEXTS. There'ia nothing-more pitlful-than to aee a man.trying-to.block Events s'ure to happen or laughing at Ithelr onward .march sneering at their unimportance. The' only people really worth while to. the world1 are those wbo March with Eyenta like obedient soldiers. -You can't.block time. It will come and It will go and no man can star for a second. Us- Onward' March. Nor can anybody .r even remotelyhope to keep today and today's usages longer than for today. So therefore. March with. Events catch the-tune and keep your'atep. .The Ev nt will be Interpreted if you walk Ita way-but there will be need for Generosity there -will be a demand..for.Breadth.of Viewpoint and-therei must needs be reapect for the opinions'of the Maaaeei. Get Into the spirit of Events. Learn to interpret them as yj u iWould Interpret- the thought of a great man. Know how to de- tennlne 'the Important from the Unimportant' March with Events. POLITICAL PBESE3KT YTKBaC aHOTTLD BJB LJTEXT I STATE POUTICA1. CIRCLES i preaent .week and ha-one followlng- Bd. fact. from this time on ehould be rnll.af intereet pvlittcallr. .There are many ttilngx brewlnc to make It more'than a'tempeat inv a teapot In reality n.ahoulaprove the beHnnlna- of the moat-heated political campairn whla hae been eeen alnee the days at the Colqaitt- No rood v ce yeari aro. -JTadjre Nat E. Harris of Macon. opens np hl rune at Balnbridre" tonight Judge Harris haa been In attendance on the Methodltt conference at Oklahoma City but fee Hai kept hia eye on the politic of the atate and It wen equipped' to dlseius the tunes at the campaign. Saturday W. I. Harris opened uj nl campalsn in .Till home town and a large part of hie remarice- were pointedly- addressed toward lawyera In. general 'and railroad lawyera in particular. Juan Harris has keen the attorney for railroads and it la ffenerally understood that- Mr. Harris was training hJa guns principally M him. in fact in all the Interviews' Mr. "Harrd haa Riven out he haa devoted mo t of. hi. remark. toward the gentleman from Macon. For thle reaaon the public la looking forward wltfc. more than ordinary Interest to what Judge Harris may have to say In reply. Both of the Haniies Intend to corer the atate aa completely M poaalble and their apeechee wJll be read with interest -.Judge -W. E. Thomas of Valdoeta. who ha been prominently apoken of aa a gubernatorial candidate 1 atlll in doubt aa to what he will do. and If mar tie that thl week will aee him reach eome sort of a Judge Thomas spent wo days In Atlanta last week but to no 'one did he hold out any definite hope that he would make the race. -While here he had a conference with' Hugh Dorsey. but Just what came- of. It no one knows. Hugh Doraey and Judge Thomas are close friends. Should Judge Thomas run and Mr. Dorsey decide not to run lt la pretty safe to aay that Judge Thomaa would receive Mr. Doraeya support- However no one kuowa -what 'Hugh Dorsey la going to do. Plenty of people pretend to know but they are sadly ia error. Mr. Doraey himself does not know. He haa had no time to give the matter any intelligent thought In the very nature of things this haa been out of .the Question. About the only time he haa had to discuss the question has been'during lunch hour or to and.from the office. So far as sitting down calmly and going over the situation he has not. had Railroad That Climb to the City ot Mexico. From "Mexico. by CU Reginald Enock. There are two main-traveled ways Into Merlco. The fl t across the' stormy watera of the Mexican gulf to' the'yellow atrand of VeJa. Crua. beyond which the "atar mountain" of the Aztec. Cltlalteptl Orliaba. 18.250 feet high rears Ita gleaming snow-cap in .mid-heavens above the clouda. It. waa here. that Cortes landed four centuries ago and It la' the route followed By European travelers today. Here stands Ulloa. the promontory fortress where more than one of Mexico's short-lived rulers languished and died of yellow fever and which was the last stronghold of Spain. Beyond'it arlae the white buildings and-towers of Vera Crux-a dream city as beheld from the gulf of in terest and beauty and to the -west are the broad coaatal deaerta. Piled up to the horl- aon are the wooded slopes and canyons of the great Sierra Madre topped by the gleaming Orizaba towering upward In solitary majea- ty. We stand upon a torrid strand yet gaxe upon an icy mountain. One'of the most remarkable railways in the.world aacenda this steep xone-and aer- pentlnea among aheer deacanta to gain the summit of abrupt eacarpments from which a remarkable feature of- the eastern slope of Mexico the traveler looks down into another country and climate upon thpse-troplcal valleys which he has left below. This la the Mexican Vera Cms railway. Rising from the tlerra callente. or hot landa a tropical region of dense vegetation of jungle and ta- goon where there are the shores wood and grovea teeming with animal and vegetable life the road enters the more temperate aone the tlerra templada extending upward to ward the Great Plateau. The limit of this climatic zone la at an-elevation of 6/000 feet above e level. JUalng rapidly thence up to and over the escarpments' of the Sierra Madre and the high plains we enter upon the tlerra frla or cold landa. ranging from .000 to 8.000 feet above sea level. Above this rise'the high summits of .the Mexican Cordilleras with their culminating peaks some few of which penetrate the atmosphere above the limit of .perpetual snow. The earliest railway of Mexico that from Vera Cru to the City of Mexico traverses the country in the most difficult direction transversely rising from tide-water and the Atlantic littoral and ascending the steps es carpments of the Eastern Sierra Madre to fall down into the lake valley of Mexico bringing outside eivlliiatlon to that Isolated interior world. But Mexico's singular topographical po- eltlon -has not secured her from invasion. Three times the city on-the lakes haa fallen to foreign Invaders the Spaniards of the Conquest the French of Napoleon and the Americans of the Unlftd States. Indeed the flat and arid tabeland stretching away to the -north waa formerly a more potent na tural defenae than the Cordllleran heights which front on the Atlantic seas and the axiom of. Lerdo la "Well Drought to mind in considering the geographical environment "Between weakneaa and strength the desert The Spring Pith IttheCamett Fighter. From The Ixindon' Telegraph. "just aa In Scotland only a aalmon. and never a trout or any other piscatorial email fry ie a "fish. ao also at this season of the' year there ia no worthy fishing except for spring Hah. Why a.aprlng run aalmon should be ao much auperior in aportlng quali ties to himself on hi kindred of Jlater re turn from the sea Is not known. The thing ia so- but It conforms not at all to tbe aal mon 'a'cale.-readera' talk of the winter rest from feeding exhibited by those scale mark bands that are supposed to relate the life history of every fleh and many do-nothing of the kind. Every scale on the same fleh does not tell the same story. Although It la paradoxical that thevapring flah supposed on the scale reading to come out of the sea after a wlnter-a rest from food should nevertheless.-be'the raoat glo- rlona fighters of them all. and in the beat condition. It la to be hoped that further reading between his lines or scale rlnga will some day. read bis history In conformity with hla behavior. He cannot be aald to'be greedy to take a fly or a halt No aalmon ia ever over particular but he Ia leaa bard to please than bis later self.-and whenrba doee take bold unlike some later keltllke fish he is quite sure he does not like the. prick and rebefc the time. Every moment of .bis time is Sf occupied. Late Saturday afternoon he managed to -j find time to go over some of the thousands' of.letter he haa received and to anewer a few of them. Mr I oraey may' come to 'some decision this week. Should he decide to run Well.- you can depend on one thing. If Hugh X orsey DOES run you will see the- liveliest race that haa been pulled off In Oeorgia' in many .a long-year. Of. course. Mr. Dorsey will be loug-ht and fought vigorously but that Is Just where the interest will come in. The call for Mr. Dorsey to enter the race. whatever else it may be ia the moat generals of any that haa been heard thua far it cornea from all parta of the.atate. RUFE HUTCHEXS IS COSFIDE5TT THAT HE WIt.1. BE KLECTEn Hon. Rufe Hntchena of Rome candidate for the short-term senator's place spent' Saturday night In the cHy. To friends at the Hotel Wlnecolt he expressed the utmost confidence that he-would her elected. "I did. not go Into thia thing hurriedly. said Mr. Hutchens. "I thought It all out in advance and I feel more 'than justified that my conclusion was correct The contest will not go Into the convention. I will be elected. YOU CAS HEAR MOST ANYTHING ABOUT JOB BROWS THESE DATS .Ton can hear almoat anything you want to aibout Hon.- Joseph M. Brown theae days. A man wbo ta very cloaa to ft aaid Saturday "I -am satisfied Joe Brown' doesn't want to run for anything. On the occasion of my last visit he told me he hoped his friends would not enrbarrasa him by ualng hla name and forcing him to make a atatement Another man equally aa- food a friend saH. -Joe Brown will run against Hoke Smith. I know that but I cant tell you how 1 know. That's the way it goeev But doea anyone know It la doubtful. J. RAJJDOUH AXDERSO SPEAKS AT CAHnOHTOX TOJflGHT J.'Randolph-Anderson candidate for governor apent a few hour In tbe city Sunday en route to Carrollton. where he will make a speech before the Fourth District Agricultural school today. For some years Mr. Anderson has been chairman of the board of trustees of- the First District Agricultural school. He waa largely instrumental in the passage of tbe bill creating the schools. He will make-the opening speech of his campaign in Marietta'June C. against the restraint In a .manner that puts his captor to a physical and mental test to keep him there. And then with all the ad vantages of a bending spring rod and a running line put there in order to tire the fish and to help the -man. it Is often a ques tion whether the handicapped or the handl- capper first needs a rest to mental and physical s.tress- especially when there is lively water and sunken rocka with jagged edges to fray 'lines arid Islands with trees and things in .midstream and the salmon may choose "one channel and the fisher can only follow on the other. But the spring fish Is not usually a very big one .and If he is fierce to fight hY la sooner tired than if he sulked at. the bottom or behaved in any other unsporting fashion. He usually does that whlcb. la .expected of him in other worda. be plays the game and If his vigor la the death of him he la turn the leaa popular because he assists at Ills own funeral. Alfalfa in the Argentine. From "Beef from South-America and AnaL tralia. by Arthur Wallace Dunn to the American Review of Reviews for January. The day of the big 'range has passed. .The farmer-has pushed the stockman farther and farther among the foothills and mountains until.at the preaent-time the latter I left with -only. such feeding ground aa cannot be converted into farm' landa by irrigation and other improved methods of farming.- It la a matter of grasa. The sod has been turned over and grains and vegetables are produced where before was pasturage and meadow.- .There is a shortage of grass for the stock In summer and a lack of grass to make hay for the stock in winter.- The feed- Ing of corn will not make up for. the loss of. grass and Is much more expensive. Consequently this accounts. In a-large measure for the disproportionate production of meat animals--.compared with former years and the increase In the price of all meats. Dr. Melvln found the conditions reversed In Argentina. There the grain-farmer has given way to the cattle-raiser. 'The ranges with cattle running- wild rounded up -from- time to time by.the vaqueros do not produce the beef which supplies 'such a large portion of the European market nor a surplus which meat consumers In this country. expect to be sent to the United States and to cause a reduction in the-price. The days of the. wild long.horna on the pampas have passed.- just as'-the ranges are things of the past in the United States. A part of the pampaa and much of tbe.Iand formerly under cultivation for. 'cereala have' been planted in al- falfav. and this alfalfa feeda Durhams. Herefords and Polled Angus cattle which makes South -America the rival of North America in the production of meat Alfalfa la both food and grain In Argentina The cattle grow and fatten ready for market on this grasa There is also a wild grass which growSfWlth the alfalfa and Is not killed by frost which furnishes feed .for the cattle in the winter months. Hay is'not necessary though a certain amount is cured In order to meet drought conditions which sometimes destroy the alfalfa fields. In- the production of meat on the hoof the Argentine grower have a very great advantage over those of the United States in the matter of cost especially after the land has been turned into alfalfa pasturage. But even in turning the wild lands and the cultivated fields into alfalfa pasture the Argentine-land owner has.found an easy method. He leases large tracts to French and Italians of the peasant class.- with an agreement that the land must be planted to alfalfa .ar the end of four years. The land is then ready for pasturage and the foreigners move to another tract and subdue It Funeral Service Over Phone. From The Electrical World. A 'distressed husband and father- burylrig his wife called on the telephone company in Chicago recently and asked its-aid n ef fecting .a telephone connection -from the church to the bedside of his quarantined daughter. Request- for service was made at 10:80 a. m. and tbe funeral was to be held at t 'p. m. on the same .day. 'Concealing -a so-called -acoustlcon" or loud-speaking tranamttter in the flowers-before the pulplc' and connecting it to the telephone line- of the church direct means'of communication waa established between the cbnrch and the central office. Here the subscriber's line and the-church line- were-disconnected1 from the switchboards -and tied In eolid. The quarantined daughter was. thus able to Usten to her mother's funeral aervice aa It was' conducted 'in the church many blocka fronts her home. One of the featurea of unusual feat in telephony was the-quick connection' secured. Given Ayray Nomination Blank Published on First Classified Aidviertising v e of This Issue. This contest may mean a motor'"car.for you. -7 y1 Every Energetic Entry -Gets a Prize ZDt GAMaY 'n 4. .1IB. IO..ILt.TJII. K&I aDoi 41' .J I. 11..a &fI 8uJi &J'o. .If y tU rI-w A.tI&D D OD 11 MDta pe.-.Ir. .ta .Ir. JLHOz.t.ItlA.T.-CO..UtuUoDBaUellI. J4&A& teni" ry 441' R..1117 Mr. John 1'JDI' 'ID .N. 'Tork cltr br. p. on. till ar Iner .IIIU. It 'y l't- .ty .ftr rn' 'corDer Thl..t-el..hth. Itreet aDd. B..o..d..aT .d TIi. CO..tlt ton' b" for -41'1 .D rI. 4 .0" 1EDRAN 1EliQ fw. mm1tteefr m De DeKalb comiti Ch&mbMct.eommerc -upan.tLe' .of C UntT tb& Ful n ftfI:7ofl .c Tlcte to.be th e mplet n& -Gr i t HIghWl f rtlletan the.Ameri n R0&4. congrelS1l prece4enYwher by F 1ton. tSelf. to' b t' f 1..thJ 'insiance 1tls 'lA'ted 1 an not nesp clalclr-euinstan es case. re 'to glyeml .ch' D8Ka1b'arequeg Is. t con ldera'b17beTon4 .D&- A.trlp ftn'mlles rema1nsunftn.lahed. Ifth II to.be fortramc .conventlon 121' ounfTmust have'al 4 1I n t wht1ebe o ccmTlcta in the"nmteHlghwar. i It.1 r po el to c her' c nVi ia th t .project.Itw11l ho Se. naint&\n'the. c F wAt1 .ntai srea1J e th l p bUCltyauet ot. MoU I.tAn .the .rockin r .mIle..tn. ctrcumterence. a f Jesa.th i i d t LDce. 1anta.we more It ic1ni. weekaIone' of 'in 4e pl1 Jmagea toth12l wolider./o. r &dwarfrom 'Atant&meaJi.s. that. bIiPort&D.ceof.tl e lcr u d oWl1e s at the' fIIrnIsh. OILAn thelab r. 7lIe'atfetch"betwe n.A.tlal t abd 'MO Ik.in .th W h1ngton prOc'ess'of cons i-uc- tlol 'tuider. loi .Of' goven1m. t eUgr. neers.\ t matl'e rgt an4th w y 'But conv.erge'atStone M an4fromthereonthe atr lghf the AtIa 1ta..A. .of 1rtnn. 'ww. th r f reo-traTene. "G lte.HIghWa.y. to th. Jarier' ttaTSUng. capltaIto-caPIb.l.hlgh-a'All on.lder .tlon. .lItt' c uest mmlttee. 'WltI eproVto It.ls cn tto garde4..1IxIng preced nt.&nd 'D Kaib forceupOU the' cOnstliUttcin c indor'sea th p EPo H'/N.'QEORG A. GBOrglaAnimal Indus t .Qultman'on TneS4uMaT 260 1cht tof 1. uce'al1 wePo h toG ct .1tIl gar4 be f ind -trTTh .1BcaUed bith St&te tQl t hk 'cOl tY'I u tri&t' i b. cb ai done'.muchto' ncour.g'e tcUYer1I1ftcatlon with Tle..t i aw8. Some'of cOl TentlOl .t I. J es'E..D tr11ing f i eralil&ent I m..i t or:4j t' 1. .p. 'I'h' 1fo' 'f' l' "l J1 l t'\ w4 J 1 1.t .It. the'taIb fm71 m. th.i k &IJ.4beef.1n4ustrl br1qfrom to'.th .GeIJrKfa.U from'aU theatat .S uthw at pvmcontrlb tl Y' att n4aJic8. Qu1tm"and'Bro b tmtiforma d 'etInTeAt on utV Broo unty that pined. t Jne .hamato' aUparta. ct. l1mtedStataLTheco tT"baaset ct.georI1a IMaCe re.TlTaI ttJie &XI4. c tIe duiitriea. 'a1ong Ita eTerJ"JDaIn coIla roadn'osP8z- oU fa men bear'.Wltness proftt'of piop&pn4a/ Th.pl D. o the Broob nn1y'.In4u8- aQdthe Georpa'Sta Ch mber eomm rCf oo P1a'te. dlJig' 1i eTVTGeorrlaconn lOi el e' 'the a d P 11k linea e reTBnl .e 'tn. export. 1 1tentloIi to' that.'port.andbeet.'can. estel Georgialeaina en rlse. the.4eTelopt lent the hog and.catt1 411a rtea thecbeiter forberfat-m rs and' 1 e .stete. .L 1HEFAKE."SlRENUQUS It''s. tim that' s me' q aIlJie4 centerehot .ttheo r ct.the has'come ent 4 llTere4 I. hy.tei1ca1in- speedup 4 vie. of Indu.t either the thel"method& n elem nt 1 the'doctrtne. 1 ustIe" pre he4 1 1to' u that. .In. noise. con- j the. m &n ut.t or.:11i Ute&rJ up n getresuIts.mat 1lIlbecome'a positiTe'drag 'p 'Oductlon ld and'strenuoUIJ farm. 'tp' nd 'after' .UDSe Th Aewmethod Is. aswI11 e t1nIsh. sevenllesa .ame proced applies to me- t the.se. uwn 'r sulta. as. The.same measure' holds with the banlterthe teacher&nY whlch'meanll Inthefu we t manTof th Plbook maXIma' 'p aptre4 'We to. 1ab re Dql1 rs Is'a 1U cess 1l0w i1a78. 1 .Its run. IkI11 &Il4.con- centration'couquer' an. fo hour4 r. IT MANDA 10iiy federal t mnllssl n on .lndustrt l bll1100klng the'creatl n a .It. shallapp1r to' may b the'fe4ent gOT rnment.butthat 8hall.not or state putttDgtorwUdltS PIaD 'ume.Wtth mti .ci' riv t d' f r medlatloa by intotersble'condltlons'fn 9 1e'PointoterltlcfsmThe tlon a esfn It to. the.'gOod nature of m y inTolyedin'dsputes 'of. &nT' 'aDyone. tin. Ja. In.1es-senlng ttDslonln tlier9&re company n t t tlotLln .0bstln L r'of th esse.come be' tenorof. ouIdbe' nee ed Isa nedtatlonand ,111. Jawthat 'c mpel wme4l&te'or rthat willpeDallz them' l ckoute'an4' 'been'1a14before' anuD bt a dtribmiaI. .The n ple ns. d ter. Inthl baa'yet reachedthestege here'It"Wnt medl tlou Weare tOlerabl7sur sentlme'ltha- lb' endure ri such" OUtrBeoulI and. athose'preliente4' I m D. 1atorr rblt -at ol too. strong. me4.r pres en..t. I..e t. e4' b.Y. j dl w. I tII u4. ltJs ODe t& tOr that. wins t 'a 'settlem nt I. There.I.S. 11. O. reaso. 11. e'.h. .BO.t .ha. Te. ne .01" more. mwurealn r F. o J- ii- 1Ji"- "iV if' d sr. Gf llGl I L cHurryulI r&ntla 1r. 81UB1Uft'S1y1 U "i U"lt'Ii'&Jeet blow.- 1'1 .a.'wtn ua. .lS oD. stDc..DC. XL. .heu:014 .W\ItaIP' BldaD'th. a A.-eoorch s'ldch 4. .01' s. .w1IcI .folk.'I&T:1t .h&t pJ' croW.ID y 011 on'te got1lF. ilt ter hal s T. A.11 rOil' IIt..tnl ot4e o feUer. U' P1eU. sn 4 Pe ci1e.Wh&D' .tw h.4er'U 4ryoomb. a1l44. m lt 1715TRA tTI f\J'\ N' 1:5 E5 Vjfl I .W emlDe 1t"edacato. tOl- cou. "not .Ite 'mr cl. .u .Th. followlD of.the.pe. I -My' I o 'lota ottbln. .h u8'hta.a.n..hdn throu aDgele'heada" AndO I DI 'Give me 0 .lOv r "AJ'Id Iet m. b th. that.1 4 And -00.111' I. and M g. hide. mr th. .I.ould. I .1' 0' 11.-I. tblnk. A"Othep' Kb..t' of.CJ .up" Da S& eakln8' Day..Uomer HoohlD a' a &J d moral.l'Ub-bleh' Wh .elll.h nlt of. anlmOlltl. and c' cumulat. In Of. bel tIlI .Ne. of. Hade. eterDaI'oaarrelh g nd onrthln. amountto W. Gle' a. Folgr" McKIe' br.f .0DJ oftbe. .0 c.d GOY .Oe wai to 'taetb' r"d' 'eek 10. lok fO"i acro..the hi. Andup..ard.to o. Yet .v.r' r''d.r u .e t01- ltte r& wDd. W. 114e It te a erag. cet.ln t 1. t. l.alt. h. bok. ol' a'4.prID& on. 1eg. hav .e..lou thougt. cult.atng 'aUace .of.aD. u de e..t. .n .hl. Lfe Lfe..a Uf.'of r-c. Hr to' eu 1f. klDe tt. .n. f' BLht. .tON .otb. .Lt'em d JoureyD. OD. t etb th. .ay .H" I Ee rlt Somene ,1. la. 41..re 'id' 1. Tennel.e' Come. tlnk It CO. p..etr .nam.roa al th..co Dtr .Y. Brer' WU" r folk..lo to' chu h da tel .lep. 4eGo.pel peach. .10 c. holer "un wde a.k.r Fbe Priiconb. W c' Th.Engneern. Recor De..Wlco..la a. t fx b..o& I .tanard. of.flr. protecton ad.lalttloD- detl arag.ment te Ie. han ODe-h& 10DI 0. .the' engaerlDg'or atrctura givn c for load. beaD. Iu &d alo.abl. alt .tr. whch .ma e .ub.tDtal kee' ordID..cea. t..th.r. UDU.I prY- .one'prlttl leclnedfoO 10. 'to .educeel by'Up und. 1' profbulldlg re.o.for'.thl'.dl. crmDatlon. A. flr.prof .fo Itt..or no. 4.troratloD for I Dot..eaeDed b gteJ e&lol..t. fireprof for mean..that aident 0..10&1. amale. rpor te 'otl e lie' lac. T..o.t dtne r latD.tO.Wr..a. adflre. ep.s ID api..t 10. cnre oltalde r. .ay 'rm.Dele' .blc" &ta a a.erce i ati..4 f. cmblne4 I. I.PrOYld.d. n.oflr. e. ,11.- 'Po" 'M .oi ca' il 6H n. e1'Plb U.of.tl&Dt th.'ctmalcQrde.e. t. tt. Be .w. d1. I .1' 0 H. .pe delyera t oDtr.t .ot..tb. :1tal all Ai J .Te. 'oa aat. .cle At te 10c..a. orde ct tre S opPrnty h. A- It' alena ma orde. 4enlp. lut i h .bty. ca.toar ad wt. Yw. t pr..u "t D mebr ott.Rtcul 1. let t m .n. 't-II- ae. I'le Do .r. 1'4. theo atelpte" .uc. r 'm.ordel'bu.I s. OD. n".nJ b& th.edeD..the.burer.h.:1 te s.eoDel. 'anol awto .t r 't 4Ipat. ,4o".boW. 1. i' gOeri u I.i .ed 1uln.d t' o0eat 'welelr el te te e. r. a Dye. In. obelatloD. a' I e "b ad m&4ea IJl.ueu O"atD 1..rat -A.tt la'te l&c4tllutg.JoIDt fo te .ut lele pl or m oer ar. a4 l. &tmpta bD'made .4 .e'j Wr' Smpl u.te' r tr. m.t ona bl& .0. Sach 1' .e. 4 wD orde builDe. ar kl4 ne.Uy. bed cDflcleDc 4 ma D .al. een tl.'r.ut Iu bualD. I. the m .ae regae. wh. pc Ue eta to Ipge I Ot.an"lneof rtl .ac..tly. ma order' UD" I .ou .Dot orr .Iou. immeate .ac 'I .ou loklD Immlae .00 ce. .tt yo wi d .appoltea I ro. hy. pe. .tu ar"b a' lolDg bre-e.D .ae fo t.e fv. ye. tl e tDrn .IU o .tr ml' orer l8m. Nc thorougl I. thorouhly .sbli' 1u ha1e re.utUa bU- tbt. .11 b.4 el. of A .aD' eaple t. .I.wouol' tt. re. .ate. move A.tta I 'DO UDU.Ua fo.'u.t' g.torelen .adelr..d u a F..1da adre. olonaY 'oDe. u. ret for.de Florid agaD may' term4 Datar tra. Ieh. "yarlbl 'D rth aol et cec.&pbto loton Weu .ere 11 Forlela .e touc .ee ba.IB Ue T&Ua.ee. P'D.al' .ectoD taD. culd fy bfo..e da a.rpl. No. tt .e Atata er a' .te. rDDt. hi .tll o.t Impo..lb. t b.IDe. 'lly.ln Nrtb C011a aouh Te. t u Deary baDdre. .ad lots. -AtaDt .an loglo mlolder te .Atlant cOD.lelerlngmal orde. bUle. mus co..ld8 .eroul tndaeDt. tt l ba.ln. an cDfldeDceae gro..th flden" onc ablsho I I reanable penn'Dce nes maa .t than o.d the. Dorth c.t.- Lilie eorgeM auhewAdam IUPORT NO CICIJ R.cent Wlllai R Nelo. olto. K.ae Cltr.Star. app..oheol reprter ak.d fol. .It atttude Hu.rt MexIca. dicttor. .a' eharacte..l.tc te man.-e furlhng Fe.leleDt Unte4 Stte.We a Te sret .tre. .ta a' labo. .hen trmendou. UPD" 11. plce. 11 Encurgementupport. Crtlclm lke crtcize t Spa to. ad .e' wl gl yoa-pat 11m 101 aol .I l.rk fl.D4l atectlo. Intlnltr mor ImporDt .ad .e8ulfl a'm. prper .UPr Encoura..eent atte rght tm. woud .t deD .ere o felo. eJcty a ha. Be clcum.tnc wrthy pe.formed wheDrou cnot .xact le te pol..I. plaDI i.D a. 011 rght aDyay. I et UPr..b\ TS EWSrARo gre8te.t tlomph NID tenth Centur. I. te mornlDI I. Ne..pp. Indlv4uall.mot 'Ita' pge. ha4rl.n a..a aDd.lt .ympthetc. beame te .n.tlttoa The-Pople .hlo Th1 Nepaper bot rpre.etatlye ad. Tbl I.a pat .er e I I expre..lo"ofe..er woa. l&t. sOPprt. p..ylDI pennie YOI .h" thl ae pt moment I Lbert e.er tl. If'.Natlon&.m.and Dmora fall wil te .day News"anr. Tl. Ne..pape. aoD te otbe. Ie. powe. tan Ihe w.e liber Pe. l.t thre d wa ce.t 'Aglator and'Demo..at-1 heat .nd.aeUon-Wen del llp. .bo lid th.t I IYD ownerhlp. of New.p&per b. .oud e. fol Intuence' and Shol Pulplt-r' el. I ThI..Ne.p..per1.n'tlYlng 'up to'lta Idea. .one .10. par blme For -enr gret Ne..p8per .o.-Dd. c. lot-.boat .ou It. fflllDg. lg.t .e. tre.t .Wrlt to..ThI. Newpaper. Commenc't cood.poIDt. Giv' .uggetlons SuPPr It.ldel .F..h fight Gro..ltb 1t'Lulh.wltblt And..heD 1 'h.a ad tre bral. b .10. encorage t "tor- agal. It M ac IVT. e pitful' than a Dn. ttlng. to. blok ETent. hap pe. .lalblng on..oIm.ch .neerIDgat' The'.Onl rea. .orh r o M" Ith. EYe.tlk obecent 't. blo wi ad .11. m. c .tT. .ead.1 It.iOnwarol'Marcb. 'Nor cn ayboy..nn remotely hope keeptoay and. tay' u.ge. Marh .It cach the taD. ke.p rour .tp. .The'EYDtwU tterrted 1 wall I. way. but .1 nee Gnepoal I demaDcS.forBreaath'"of Vlelbt and- ther' Deda rpet for.th. of K. I Gt Ito. .pllt EvDta. r1' to I nterrt. a y.u woalel.lDtrpret. ofage.t ia.Ko..bo..to 4. trD. Imprant th."trDlmport' i Kh .Ith Evnt" f\ l s i 1 r mr UOt J LT U1''AT. PLC Cs f..t w- u oDe 1oUown. I fa f t dm.obaI4 f.o Int..t lilr. 1' are. maD tln'br1 me it .mo..tha'teme.ln\a 'teapot 'Nt.t. a a4i Proy..th..beBDn t' m -hot' polUc. an .blC bn .en aDC. 4 CoIqut- Nd. 0' .Zq Nt E Hrl'ofKaco.opn.up' hl C. Blbld..tODt.ht Zu e Haris .lnateDela 'OD X.thol.t eDereDce Okoma Ctr. b. ke. p .dd .U. eulp'to c. t..c.D Stu"da.W. H. opee Uh. capg 11 .11' pr rem& pOIDtol Id..eed t.rd. 1. In geD.rl aDd rlroad e. in. P&l. Zue Harl. h te atornB rl. .1. pDerlr uDelera. th. K.Hrl. .a tnin h. gu PrDcpally' l hli 'I fa a IDtere. M. 'H..1 Iu give le h 'nOt .tt. hi 1' tow leDtem frm Ma on Fr thl r"OD I .rd. .It. mre odnal IDter .ht Hl. t rely. Bo H..e IDteD ce .tt .ompleteY a po.lble ad thei epeche wU b r wth IntO Jod.W..E 'om. Vaot h -keD Iber- Dllltora cndIdate. I. al. 'dout he..1 do I thl. .ek wi .ch 8m. .or de.loD. .Jad. Tho. two daY' Atant 1 .el bu D 'o.e 4d delDte ho. tht .0010 rae Ie l h& cnfereDce wth Huh .Dr..y. .t .ht ce' lo. Der aD Jadle Thoma c e a d d Th' t"ul pety ae e Zud. Tho. .ecelv XI. D..e1. r. Ho..evr. know .h. 'HU Dr. gf Pen ople p.ten I errr. M. D y d nt 1. h. ba D tme gve mater IDt.l eDt tU11 .ver nture thlng 'ha. of. queatlon 'Aut ODl tme he h. ha dllu" queoloD Iu beeD 4arng bu. t a from .ffJe t. .Ittng camly Iu no' ha Rarod Tha Cli6. Ciy Mec. From.'Mulco C RegDald EDock ae man-taveled' w Int he flrt aro..tb' atrmy .ate. MeiC glf the' Y.lo. Ve Cr. .hlc -.tr tlD" Ate. Clt tept. O..lba 1.- ZO fet re. glealDg' .DO.-cp mla-he.en abve I. d.4 c.ntrle. I I. tolowed trarle. Uoa forre. Mexc'a ahor-lveol rler. IDpl.h.d yelow lt .toDgho14 Spain Be.ond' I ae wie bu lDg ad'tower. .Cr. a tr. cl I- ter.t to'th. .eat. a. t. broa. d..r Fle ID .ode 4 c.OD. tl. g.t Siera Mad..e. toppe b II.alc Orlzba .oltary ma .td torid .trand .t gu 1pon a Ic moaDt..ln ODe' of rmakable ral.ay. .11 te. .orld &eDd SODe. and decnta 'abrpt e.car ment .emrkable eaetel. e travler 40w COUDt cmte UPD tho.e-roplcl .hlc lef. bow. M'xcan C. ralwar. frm tlerl caleDte. ht land. t..oplcl .egon' yegettlo. h- go. .e .oo. Irv. teemlnwltbaDlmal lfe te ro& ent. the'more lne tempadaexteDellnl to- 'ar Gr.t .Plteau. Te clmtlc an' eeyatlon .ea leeL RIC 01141' teDce aneloyer e.Cmenta' I pIa. fro' col lnd. .glDg 1000. t le.L thl rle' theMgh .umlta Meicn Co..dUe. calmlnatDg fe. pDetrt. atmOspere lmt .DO. e e8re.t ralwa.of Meico ver'Cru. Ct Xexco. t..avrse. cuntr "Ol. 4ffcult dr.cton t.vr.ely. .tde-.ater A.Untc Ittor..L aceDellng .tep e.- cpmenta theEterd Slera fa do.n y&e of. Mel o clvlsatoD. that'l.olated IDteror wo..ld Mexco' .lDgua. top aphlcl .ecuro lvuion .ee tme. on .th. I"k. h. falen 'o. forell InTad..e SpaDard COnquet. Napleold Amerlcu Stte Inde.d tt .10 atretchDg .norh. 0. ptent ni' defe. Corderan f.ont 01 AtDtlC. aiom' Lrdo "el eon.le.rIDI geOplc enyiODment 'e en .eakn. an .treDgth Spr Fih I. the. Gaut Fihter. 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'RuOlph .Anderon. cndld.te erno. ent fe. hou. te cty SD' rute t Carrll to wl .peeh bdoe Dlri L Ariclural' .col toay. 8me r..s ADderD carm' boa' te F..t DI.trt A8'rl- cul ural ahooL lrel lnt..umentl pa.ae .bll creatDg' echol. wi m8ke -he eeect hs cmagD Ma"et 'Jute I ag..lno te .e.t.lntID thatpot he to. phy.lc ad menta tet hm A td theD al te ad- vantge. .p..lg 1'00 rn- IDe. tre the fl.h I qu.- cppe. flrt .et ment Ic .tre. upecalT lvlr wit fr"y'lne ard lld. wit ting. olmon on I folo. n t un..l 'ery 'I .oDe. tre I botom bebavd unoportig u.ualy expect4 I d e hPl y I D .le. .sl.t. hi tn.r. Alala Arge fie. f South"Amerc Aaa- raa" b Arhur. Walae f AmerlcD Revlew..tor uar. tb.blg' rn..e ha p.sed. To faMe"'hae te foothi. the"p..ent. tme te.lat.r "l.ft cn..ted Irrigaton ohe Impro.d mat.r grus. ben turn- 0. pr- whJ..e bafor .wa puture and' meaw sbortge fo .lel. lua m. the. wlatr. cor..1 mk lOl gra. epnsive .eoently accoont I a .1rge mcaare ellproportloDat. prductoD met. animas .compared wih year ad te IDceaee prce al m.t. Melvu conellton..e..ed AgenUna ha wa cte'.al.r. 'Te .aD. rnDIDg wid roundo tme by. te proace bef whlb spple. lage porton EarpeD mark.t .urplu .hch conumer. ep.ct Unleel ad aaI reelucton the. price. da .1e long. horn. papae ha..pa.ed. u.t u' .te .an g. th Sttes pmp cul- fafa' alfala Durham. Foied c..tt. mak. Amerca Amerca producton met Alala' tod ad gran ArgeDtDa tte tt.1 .Id gr. whic growi with altalfa kied fro.t. f1rnl.he feed. etu. liD th' .wlnter mODth ace.so. crlD lcaredln cODdlton. .om.tme detroy fieds proucton hof ArgentDe b.e ver gea .d..Dtae Unled Stt. co.t e.pecally tured alalaputura..e. Butnen wil afala patu..e 'A- owe. h foaDd o. leu. lrge t..aet a u Ii 'l t'd r yers' teD read paeturage e. It iinera Serice Fm Electric .A.dlstr..ed rather. bar.I,1 .Ifecaled on. Chicgo .eenly and.ked lt.ald 'nef. a -rm bd.lde hl quarantned .e.le wae. 10:80. m tunerl b a td. c e y i d I tran.mit.r the. fower. beor ta connctlDg lne mean. of communlcatoD .u etbl.hedbtwen ceDtrl .0ffJce lD. Je' cbarch .re. dlloDnected fro .Itchbard. 'ad eold qua ran tDed moter'a funer .erlce w. cndacted m.n frm be feata. thl. u.- .aI 'wa.tbe'qulck .con. .ecured 'TltlrteeIAqtomobilesGiveo.w8Y J mtor 'Bl rk.PblsedonFt Cassied dve sigi Pagepf TsIsu 'T cntst mymeaamot r .oi you Ever"Erergetc'Entr et 'a n-- f F-- r I KECONSujQN ThA1TA GAMONDAY 19i4 4 tI I4.TIE. r.6.bu.a.d 1 TRE 1AARD OJTRERN NEWSPAPER P-ki-1.4 Dm1 S..1a.- rr-ww 4 flob Tep3..eHaSIoS. Znt.rsd 1S Ia 12-pegs 1. $4-paSs pap. 14.05 SI-page i 315 s-p.s. paps. 5. GA.Usy251914. VB11P io &rgs U unday-- i.U 1.0 Tri-W.skB. ByCarri. PS --Tb.- 1(17 ata T on 3 day can- be jiad -Hotaling. Ilawsetandi. Broad- Wa7 and Forty.eecOod Street Tims. building f r car- THE.ORANIE-I1GHVA Decatur county 1t. corn eting load congress of in ire be o Itroposes 0 Mouiitaln. In'the leesthan sands-of vlsltors'msde &ttantaneans. is'a under j 4 .i thiGeorgtarailroadandtheotherbywiyof I U. L fromthere &L polntewlli. fore.trayersethe "CrnnIteIlighwal. c capltal-to-capltal c theDecatur it. re- ak fl the' .0 j'i 26. ought giiftregsrdto a J" Ge rgla re- queatof alreadfdone' L dlversificaUo-wIth. and Some'ofthe wIlI. be -t- .7.- bureau bduatzjln GeorgIa Dr. 3. labneen. Dr. the successes of1 InduatrlcI iU psa' thu ha I theVnlted county has plans of unty-the In'- pork' ci-eatlu toihow- 'Doik-andbeef In- some' Commerce Bedfield. 3.1. an iniantile view- erU In thatit ha jna th presslon in 'a 9a aftersunset. same h me Noneof bybours measure the'old is thinga-whether' MAA'EIT -commislononlndustrtai Ietntended' board'ahafl c The commission g The obe tlon'aeea idea.s. Is'that agInithat i In bmitto tion obstlnacy"ofttis' the Flease-come absolutely Ineff ectnaL. It r atrocities tiulesu has first been laid uteansof ltwill jus- mo' Westvirginla. too'atronga at'present audludIclalpnbllcltf. nd.lt s notbave one the 2 j i f' 2a6k'L..1TAmthw LI is. Hurry 3.UtinS. too I don't It'e and enow. we a blissarS wInds bI warm t. The fiddle a song. 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Influence Pulpit-or This Newspaper Oaree-and a hat ofit I. It to .it withit and-tired pitiful Events-like can't block mancan I tunesnd TbeEvent ty- of and'thereniuatneeds opinions Getlntotbe you I AlLY isi I 'TAT Q1ND -wsx'nou a lB The the one n.nl. in faot.'fr thistim. On-abould fell o more 'th a' tempest. in tt ehould prove most heated bee atncsthe Norwood U-ace year. his Bainbridge'jonight. .1 hi. most detislon. with n- durlng and fIrst yellow it and towers Crux. the Mexico-the rise the invaders-the NapOleOir-and na- otLerdo Gamex I.ondon'Telegrapb. fry. quali- his sal- scale-readerI do nothlng Everyscale on-the the spring the-scale nevertheless. -be the to' he self- &nd llksth.priCk. rebe i s' Dorsey some run- -Dortey' 'year Of fought-and orously-but race far-Ot 4 2t b J 1 1 S A I him I z. of-the 0 .in make -the Marietta 'June ue8- s d choose'one him-in flood i the' range oct11 at time is farmlands hayfor animals- wit the I the f the land havebeen I andthe ha. 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