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PAGE FOUR. DAILY COURT'ER, PA, Y, F K I U U I A R Y 2S, 10.".0. Cbsnrfer. THH coirnncK n KKNRT P. StfiTDBR, Prcsl-lcnt and Editor. 137O-I016. bccauso of t h e unpaired r o w ; ! ion ol h e r health, n o t much t l n u w o u l d 'lap:;i H i i t i l slip, too, · w o u l d .IM- on from amonif t u o n i in (ho s,um p c a r c f u l )ii; i' S. K. M. SNTTER, I'rc.Mdcnt. 1018-IOaa. J A M K S .1. Dill SCO 1. 1,. i l f r . t a n d I ' r o i i e r . i l M a n a g e r . rri,innT in w h i c h IK c.. es n d-eaih. It r^i fi i qm PC!!-- ' I 111" l l V C S of C o t l l ' . C S · s u s t a i n e d t h f ; m a r r i a p e i t u n v i e a r - . T ' i e d pi tin o - · ( tn In i r e a t e a THE ANXIOUS SEAT! lontrast With But Few ho 11 i i v o r t l i orr.' i o n t i i u i r l o u r !h* i,' MISS 1; \ n o N i C . A N . S e c r e t a r y and Trc.^ vn ' :'. JO I IN I, 1'JJIt'ir. WAI/rr.R S, ST1MMEU C i t y liiiitor. MTSSi I.TNNV; S o c i e t y K'JUu r. M K M P . K K O K A m r r j r u n N r w ^ p i i p o r l'ublUhci'3 A ' l d l t i ' . i i r r a - i ol Cl -dilation. n a / l V c t n i d . N c w s | . i j r P u b l i s h e r s Two ccnJ.'i per c o p y , roc- pT m o n t h ; if.j.OO per y » a r by m a i l it pu'cl In ail\ u n c e . 1-e per ·» oelt \y c u r r l -r. E n t e r e d as icconrt c l a s s m a t t e r at th» toslo/[,c.e. C o n n r l l s v i l l e . V1I11MV V . V K M N O , J KB. 2*. 1»30. Ol H l K V i : i . O r i N ( , K O A l ) I'LANS. \ V h u . o n M a r c h -V t h e c o n t r a c t fur a n a d d ' t m ! ' « t l s c d ' i i o f t h ^ 1'lras- sitit V - » l l r \ l O c i c i . t . \ l c f u :ug f r m n n e a r t h e r i r a m n t Va'.lt x C l u l ) h o u r - e to near Mud S c h o o l , is K . a n o t h e r r o u d In w h i c h C ' o i u i c i ' - f v J U · ha*i a "very d i r e c t i t i t i rc'M w i l l h" ma K i n g - rns- TCSs t o w a r d t i i i i i n . i U i m p ! " t u i i i . A n tlu-v M C ; H U , f - o r n t i l e M u d SclKH 1 to the M o i i i i ' 1 l e a - a u : Honn-r- bC p i k f ii! l / U H ' e l \ ' . i l '. x s i l i \ c' !'! - m a i n to be mod' r : i i / . d n o r d e r to real r/i 1 tin- I n v i l o b j ' - c t i v e ol the I'lc;^- n n t V.i'.iev i m p r o x e n u u l . p r o p o s U u m . T:iK d o n e a IK v\ .uid m o r e d i r e c t r o u t e i o t h . - U t ' i ' o l n l l ' c h x v . i y a n d t n aM p i ' i n t s ( M M w i l l b e made u v a i l . i b l i ' and i h o V . i I U v rein r a l l y p r o v i d e d ·\vilh an o i u l t - t to both n o r t h and sonll . I n t h e I n d i . i u Cr. ek V a l l e y t h e t w o p i o j f c i c n o w u n d e r x\ i\ are Hi i ' n k s jn pi HI-, w h i c h wlim c a r r i e d to c om- y i . 't; \\ 1 1 1 ni o] c n c i. C.\|»i · t a t i o i i ' - o l t h e V i l l i y people a n d of : u n " I K v i i ! o for ro id l a c i l i u e s t h . i t w i l l prowJe ",i.--y mc.'Hi' ·!' c o m m u u i - c ; a t i r n b ' « " f " i n ·!:·'· !.'i *· and w i t h o u ' ^ ' d " si e t i " n . T. c pr. vi i - - - t i i a ' v u ! lie made t h i s year s h o u l d !·· a n M i c r u t i v e t o t h e friot-d.s ot" good ro.id- in ( I l l s section OL' t l f c o i i : i ' \ t - " l U . i i n c t i i e i r e f f o r t s to 1 Uul i t h e -M-, e a l l o a d p U r i s W i t h Hit ',·!.r. l l l i c l l « e -I) i l l have HC- roin )!.M;. d 11 ..' i h j ' . r. c . '!'iu.,.' arc n o t h i n g .shun cl .1 o m p h te s y s t e m of l n p r o \ . - d i c ' . n i ~ t i.tt w i l l c o n n e c t all o u t l y i n g t u t i o n - w i t h t ' c j n u e l l b v i l l f a n d p r o v i d e M m - t I n n s nf t r a v e l lor t n e r " - c d i u t s i n 1 he i n i e i v c ' l i u s ; f n i r i i ! ' \ . 't'lu-, ai i i n p l i ^ ' rd i he nor ut i n p . i r t en' K a ; e t t e c o u n t y w i l l t h o , be prepui'c-d io ; o ahead on t . i n u ' I m p r o v e m e n t , t h e ,-,i,hurbiu d i s t r u ss to i ng.i.wi "i u p b i n ' ! t n it and the i i t \ .t.s-'.l ! ) t i i l t r in " e i c i , \ o l y upon I ' M ' uc .' i r,i t l j i i t u \ \ . a t - 'Iu c u l m i n a t i o n ol , i / i d n ad .ii'v,.- to u.;; purl.*- 01 tin, ' i i i d i i i f 1 , aiva b.. '.s ,: ,. i t is M I I - ro'.l ,di -1 \'-\ h.H'f i..: 1 !u M '., ,t ii' I 1 r m i n e d fillf pern! ie.'li e l l i ' ' I ) : e II!'" th- r o a 1 - \x e n \ , :i,n . N . t j ' . i l t h e policy o f l!i; t ? t a ' " M . g ' i u i i y D e p a r t m e n t f i i s - i s ; ; i v l i i ' - , m o i e . i K i ' i i ' i o t i Iu the c.U - l i i g ..f Hi,I.,-, .11 i ,.i ' i m p l e t e d h i g h v a . ^ . \\ c e a h r c - o n a b t be a s s u r e d t h a t t l i o r u u t i d i i m u n o f o u r p l a n s w i l l be !es d i l l i e n l - ( l i a u H « a b to Ket t l i t n n u n d i r w a x . T!i'ro s i i e u l d be n o : t b r i u d o ! H i i - t r c l - i l o r t , b u t b y c c m - t l u KIIS t o k e i - p o u r c - h i i m s b e i u r c ;lit ro;-d a u t l i o r i t u s \v · can h a v e hop' t h i i t , p e r h a p s soon 1 :' f l i a n \vc ;u'' a 1 * a r c , w i w i l l sec \ · e a l l \\'". n c e i j in th hue ol i t i i ] ) r o v i d h mi i i . - c f u ! ''o Air 1 -. t ^ * d ' x ei x o f ) o n t i 1 1 1 } !.' r ;o Ih' I '-i . ici , m i l " n l \ o ' ! , UK niiie'--, H i IK ' ; r ' i i i i " d : a ' e l . i m i l x . b u ' M t t u c o n m i in \ i n xv h i i) -he l i \ e d . A d e x o m i d h o r o n t of the c - i n u c h \ \ i i h \\ h i e ' i :-h b e c a m e u ' e n i i l i i d i n t h e m o r u i i i K ( I f f c , il bt-came i T i a c e i i c x t h i o i r - ^ h \' l i u h she 1 " x r r t o d h t - r m a n y i n d u c - n e c ^ o r ^ c ' u d . W i t h a i h e e r t n l o u ; l o n k on l i f e , u l - vvayi, plr isiint and ; m r e r a b l in m a n n e r , t,he a t t r a c t e d Ixith old ;i id o u n r and h e l d i h c m in a t f e e t i o n ,11 I t'-r.der- iu'--s. ( . ' o t i M d e r a t e a l i k e o t I i er,N a n d c i i - u a l at f i i i a i n t a i i c - e . - , M r ; . U a h l tn- .'oyod t'ni' r e s p e c t and e o n l u · in c, the love and e.-teein ol main' H e r l i t e H us f r u i t f u l in n any eood w o r k s \ \ h i i l i i s t h e t,lorioii l i c n t a ^ e she h a - b e q u e a t h e d to i lose slu leaves ( ( , n . o u r n her p d B s i i i ^ ,it a n p e old age. vorn I*COMK TA c. on fd or con- oi- u.so ;us o used up mil de- property - d ih prior rwlf.o aip- o a m o u n t } ow.or. i n ! A v n f d i n y Krror.s in Computing Losses, M a n y errorn aro marie by tax payers in clairuin,K lossos incurred n t h o jral of residential praporties-. \ loss tho saif* of property p-urcha s t r u c t f » d h y t h e t a x p a y e r his p e r s o n a l rej.idcnce a n d to t i i t n i " of i!,, .sale i dm t i b U . \Vh' v ro. howe-vpr v o p u r c h a s e d o r e o n s t r u e t to i t y sale, r e n t e d , or o t h p r o p r i . i t f d to Incop.c-pnxl u-inp- pnr- ;xv,K-i, and is used for MK i purposes up to i h o Unto of its sal n los: is deductible. The- dcdiu-tloi allowable is .in a m o u n t nit to cxr l fM the excess of !he v a l u e of the prop- rty at the t i m e i t was .so r e n t e d 01 otherwise appropriated ( w i t h proper for depreciation i, over t r e a l i / o . 1 lrrin the .sale. i the ca.'-c of p-oiKTt?" so i. prior (o .March 1, 11*13, th a i l o w a ' i i e d u d ' i c t i o n iu :ui to e x c e e d t h e exi cs:j of 1 tin* p r o p e r t y at the tintH appropi iated or at Ma w h i e h o ' , e r i s Creator f w i t l j u s - t m o i i t f o r df'preciutlon a m o u n t r e a l i s e d f r o m the sa.lo-. i C x a i n p l i 1 F'.esKlontlal l roperty was pun based hv a fi\pa.jer in 19?2 for use as h i s personal re-side ce at a cofct of .?-r).linfi of w i n - h $ 1 3 . " ' 0 wan allo- cablc to tli- h u i l d i n g . '1 Ii" property xv,is ,,o u.sod by t l i o ta p a e r u n t i l J a n u a r y 1, l.tl'7. Kroin t) it d a l e u n t i l 1 December ol, 1!)2!J, w h e n was ,-cld. ii w;us rc-nle'l p a y e r The f a i r inarke-t Irope-it at tlio tntw it « J a n u a r y 1. 1 D 2 7 , was b u i l d i n g h a d a n ostimaf m r s w h e n th-e p i o p ' - » r t ch.u-ed by the t a ^ p i i y c ' r · \ 1!)"^. r.rooerty w;is sold on I 'tcem.ber l!^ti. for $10,000. Tho 1 ss from, th'i sale u l l o w i i h l v as a deduc ion is $3,7S0, c o m p u t o d a,; follows Tost of p r o p e r t y i n 192'J Ix^.srf doprociatlon a l l o w ; bio in ri 1 M»*t-'t () f the b u i l d l n : ((!·-- pr' f i a t i o n for I h r c e y irs ut l n per c e n t ba.ied on ? Ifi.oOO, cost of Jos.- i.s an i m o n n t not, 10 vuluo of it was so ch 1, tOl.'I, proper ad- .ver tho li» pro;oriy by the t a x - i'ahio of UK- is r e n t e d on i'2 Ono. The 1 d l i f e of 20 was p u r - House Becomes Mischievous as it Waits on Senate Jioturn of Tariff Bill Leaves M e m b e r s Without Leuriti- E m p l o y m e n t . Decline in Birth Rale on Farms Is Forecast The f a r m b i r t h raf- w i l l w i t h ft\Vfi- iccriut.- !or t i e clt.li -, b r l n g i n i ? i t onsile i '.i.!ile r c d u c i i o n n the rale of s r o w t h f t h f tot; 1 iiopul i- tion, ar.cordinK t" a piojihoc" by C. f. G a l p i n , of the Oep,i rl i i i e n t o A n r i c i 1- Sol I In;; p r i c e of p r o p e r t y 01 z; M.IV n i - A i / r f i orri(i;i{. l i c e i-lei t i o - i of ; ;.'\. [). K. .Umerd ii;- f i u i l t l i idlii ci ! · ' h f i r s t iiiotunco Hi n o lilt; t-h'i lit 'i ( I tlu l a t e i C o x . t). L, l l u h t o n , pd.-ioi i uio I tilled ['ros- · b j l ' i i a i i C l u i r t l i , a. i i i e m b e r of coun- ci , of a m i u i s i i - r f i n g given p u b l i c ol'ico in C O U I K ll.-,vi ie. The f.n-; t i n t :i nuui is a m i i i l o t t r ol l l u ^ ,«dpel --Inn Id not, an some p« o|)le .suppo.-e, p i i - ' . e u t h i m f r o m as- »IUIHII.( !)·· d i i t i c H ind r?.iptiisibiHtk\s DIP n Iti other ))- otVs i'ln.s assume w ' i t ' l l clio.sen in ( !c - t i V e oflicvB. Their C/-P'. r:em c ,111 I i r c i u i n ^ .should «.·«- l i " c ' , i ! I l i i ( h e m tir any of tho ob- l i s a l i o u s l i n p n - 'd 'iy t;otd c l f i x t M i . s h i p , yt 'os ided tiiex hu i' not hold thetn- M t l s c . s s o m u c h aloof f r o m p u b l i c si | V ilr.i t uit l i n y 'mvo no knowi-ed^o of t h e renuirefliMMMSi of p u b l i c ofllco. p l l u s hus m! liecn rue of (le-v, Miuerd. A'-'hil-o ser\ i n - as M uiiiii^ler ht- has u l w a y t i kept i n r a ' h e r i n t i m a t e touch T,' 1th tlu- c u r r e n t . - e t i v U i o M t h l n fel- 1«)W cUi7,UH and h is IMHMI well posited on sill p u b l i c iiucs ions. Ills c u n d i d a c y i-onit: yc-ars apt) for tin 1 - otnco of poor },onse d i H c t o r r o v i \ i l M l h i s p o p u l a r i t y ·\\ith voters, b i l l In w,is not a nominee ( i ( h o m a j o r i t y )i r t y , h«-nce failed oi I'-cllon (;· a c ' l m p a r a t l v n l y .vrnall j-i,irj,'iii. Th» f « c t ( t i n t a follow m i n i - t c - r . I ' l i n i u n p ; on ho otpo^ltioit t i c k e t i n the last oK-ctio't for f l i t s cifiico was · -1'H-tod. pro\o, lli.it tbcrti is no fopl- · u c ; of reseiUiiH^ti· amoiiR voter.s to i M i p p o r t i u g a UK- nbor of tlio m l n i s i c r i a l profe.srioti svho tocU.- elt 1 '.ation o ofilc. Rev. M t i i f r d ha ; a host of admirer* i n d frUmd.-* n i l o ' whom feol t h n t he \ v i l l f a i t h f u l l y d'--,'liars;" UH ilutiet? of T i - a l t h ofl\cT a IK a!w,iH M'ith a d-o- d i « to afford the u t m o s t protection to tli« i;toil h e a l t h ol t In) citlz-en.s of John h - x v i n , h i . (x odwoasor HI the o f i u e - Uiis a f t ! i \ t i v . i r d to hij, c r - d i l , lit'iu e- i ' l o i i - , i n - m a n ' , a i d a l l t?o«d prt'ci deitt- ; h e lia v . - t : i t ' ! i ' ! i e l rot t h " g n u h i m · of !· ^ - n i c 1 , - c n 'Pie p u b l i c ^ o i i ' l h . i \ * . S I - ! F M I I I - ' | 'M . ' c - e i e c t i c i u , t a r h i i , . - v* i t ^ ' i i v; ·. ', n. t h i - '. ac · t ' n 1 .ill.i 1 I I I . I - - I ! ' " i i l p j ' c . M a " i ! "oo.l \\ .'1.C-; \\ ,!'. o A .'.h H"\ S l i n c l - d :,·! F t , J . i i : \ V C O M K K Si'UIL. ,g Mil" de.uh or 1'r 8 S. s o m e w h a t I c r s ' h a n c.wo vrare (.po, - l i e r . h m . r f ''·-..·'ndo of '·) s « ,d\»', |lr; I 1 ' , i .Ni v · -ncr S ' . i i i l , !·" ' M! V a l t i " o l properly a t m i e i t was rented on Jan .ary 1, l'j;Y !.ss jiroper a d j n p t r n c n t for de- p i c t lation C H A R L E S P. STEWART) Centra! Press Staff W r i t e r . 1VA S U I N G TON. Pel). 28. ~ Satan ha.s o bosun i-o iluci work for th« HOUJO of 1,! Representatives' k l i p hands to do. H I ! '['he Sena'o te t a k i n g such an in- f i n i t y ot thnei t i n k e r i n g over tho tariff tluit the Representatives have f i n i s h e d up p r a c t i c a l l y all Uio rctit of t h e n p r o g r a m to · the bcssion. U n t i l I l n t a r i i f bill H returned to them f r o m tho otiier end of tho Capitol b u i l d i n g not enough e g i t i m a t e employment will be Hvallaldc to keep tlioin out ol mi«- chicC. Already t h e y aro K t ' t l i n K i n t o it. The dilatory Senators do not eeeiu to cart, e i t h e r . They hay they are not gomp; to lx hurtled. I t e v i d e n t l y w i l l he m i d - M a r c h , at the curliest, before they e n d tlie.lr tariff a r g u m e n t . By that date t h e r e i» no knowing how r n u i h t r o u b l e t h o n a u g h t y Representatives will have stirred up. 1- ,tt o- hiK 1-UlJ I I 111 t 2,250 price of proper! 19,7 GO 10,000 C i n l i o n of $6,750 lo.s.i ·( hich Is d e d u c t i b l e _. 3,750 Th" ch.irso t h a t tho cintomom'lo i.s the "beprinniiiK and e n - : " of tho ma- j o r i t y of crime* conim tted irt l j en«- .-.ylvanla is u bit too inclusive. To say that Lho criminal i have f o u n d motor cars their mot 1 , useful ally, w o u l d bo moro exact. Tho f a c i l i t y w i t h w h i c h they prmde means of escape has loo often U dd young people to eater upon care rs they m l R h t net otherwise think ol doh\g. So in the end m u c h rof.pO ! talbilHy rests n p e n the motor car. b u t even more rests upon t h e Individ ials who d r h o t h e m . Tho splendid respn:ts' to DoUar Bay was evidence of th« -onJiitence the b u y e r s hitve hi tho ;,ood faith and integrity of our mon hunts and tho readiness with w h i c h hoy seize upon opportunities to socui o gonuino bargains In dependable .noichandise. It was also another convincing demonstration of tho value of advertising as a moans of koepin.;, buyers posted on storo news. London Movie Owners Nip Publicity Seekers Time to Uurn !a home-thing thf fie- p e.-iviitativcfi tin; e n t i r e l y unaxtie- tomod to. There a i o BO m a n y of thorn M-lu altogether) that they H l m p l y cannot p e r m i t business to drat; or they novor would got my of it transacted. Their rules are lf*igued for Hpocxl and the bother; apply the-ni in a w n y to p r e v e n t a word of innece.sHary spi.ech-nmkiujr. If e IterreKentative tries to t a l k ·without Ids leader's o. k. Speaker Ixjng-Nvorth refu«crt to "recognize" h i m , and 1 h-e sergeant-at-arm« stands ready to maKo him sit down a n d shut up unless he behavea hiiimelf, » * * i 1Cvcn bUppoejinK i member rtop*. get fii.s loader's permiBSion "to mnko a few remarks ;ind the speaker srariously hiai, ho i.s toJd in advance how ·'uuch time he can have, imi he ttay« liiekio it or they choke him off right in the middle of a syllable. Only a aiighty important, I n f l u e n t i a l Re-prefioiUativc ever getfi ati jUlow- ancoof as much aa tin hour to orate in. (lonerally 15 minutes is tho limit. Often it f i h r i n k s to 10; on especially busy dayf, to five. Occasionally "when, in the interests of a bluff at fair play, it is deemed inexpedient to {itipprsH somo subject altogether, nn,d yef, th-c managers do not want to bo bothered w i t h it, a clamorous lawmaker ie granted a, maximum of 60 seconds to ad-drees his brethren. And yet folk wonder why as fiery speeches are not m a d e In tho House of Repreientativos a« in tho Senate. That's why. The crator hardly llveti who can be f i O N D O X , Feb. 28 -Movie t h e a t r e owiiens here arc grupi ling w i t h u now uid IngouloiiH free p i b l t c i t y scheme. It him boon the i uetoin to Hash u p o n the scheme the i ame of a doctor! very eloquent fa a minute whose wrvicci--, are " u - g e n t l y required Debate in tho Senate fa unlimited, in his surgery." It. win ncrt.ixl that tho liiinic of eortnln phye icla w i t h r c K u J a r l t y . Now the owners am c o n t e m p l a t i n g a s k i n g p h y ^ i e l a n s to k^tvo word in t h e i r o f f i c e before cut - r i n g tho thratro in event they are ?xp 'cling a call. The difference between Viiuy A s p i r a n t s Here. O INT. tn ·;)! c 111 C K U W N uixl K i ' i n p , "nuir i 1111*; (Irei-n of i mi.-, lor r e - e l o c t i o u t M a y p r i i i H i r v e l e c t i o »i «· r u i n s ; to t h e oili l i t e peace. i' l f i i ; i ( l i - the two appeared' houses' ruleti meann more t h a n the I n i r r o dif''prenc-e in the a m o u n t of time they consume, afi compared with one another. It also meant! that wh»n « Senator w a n t s U let some unpleasant, cat out of its biiR, ho "seti-v the floor" and lets ii o u t ; hero it, no K t o p n i i i R h i m , A U c ' i i r e s e ' i t a l l v e w i t h a i ^ i m i l u r eravhiK )!io l u s u a l l y 'M u n a b l e to gel the floor; k' l l u l lie- doesi j.;et it, t h e y c a l l t i i m j on him io expa- t a t V , }- Keh. as - Hovv- . u t ' x p e c t d l to ! before 1 e p c u i i o n w h e n ho [''"!·*' ·''' m ihe (itltce In t h e | U ' C ' l i o t i a - i l c . O w i n g to tees ' e, at least 21 ban hud a c h a n c e u i ' l i l e i i K t h on L.'to - |ii«!itii's. "jooklngr for Bargains T mon aro «pec-ted to ue candldutos toi j Read the udvertiseinRnts in i h c place. Daily Courier. Th* Uao '«tr "wont" tur-e, i n u. r e v e n t w l d r e n l e f u r o t r u r a l secticm of ihe. A m i "ica'i t-ocio! );uul Society. Mr. C.alpm i--, chief t h e d i v i s i o n 'if t a r r n p u p u l L t l o n H rur.i) l i f e , of the l i i i r e a i i · Acrric t u ' ^ a l KcoiK/(iK"5. M r . d ' i t l p i t f - \ p ! ' . . - M ) o l h r r 'orwr V I P W H of t h e - d c v - l o p r u ' n t f ,it;rio t u r o in t h i s c o u n t r y , o n e I I C I I I K t l "Americvui fi(.rmet v i l l leu rr, l'i operate." "When t h f y do." lit .s.tid, q u i c k l y d i s c i r u l! c- Wiit-te. ol c o m p e t i t i v e - ehurt-'lK'si s.chot In J i l l l c v i l l a g e ·,. bad lo.idn, a n d '.\ and r-or'f',ntr/,i- t h e i r i i v , c ; Ii:».' Mr. f! i l j i i u a « - - c r;t d O u t ' j-o I n ; t h o f i ' acp h i n t l l f . i i n i K and ['.ir 1 farmer-!, v. K h a l i Ii i'.*o, jtt 1 - (rf K a peasantry," but i h a l "tlio lot of peawmt w i l l i m p r o v e . T i» fchgi Uy lowcrtMl b i r t h rate w 11 holj our \n is- ant and our poana 1 !' A ' o m a t i . " Incr* as- ing i n t e l l i g e n c e and npoeia ( i t f r n ,on mclliwls ani Kix'clr.l rr*wircli for «mall f-.irmers also w i l l help, ho ad- ed. "If w e itvip« our d e f l i Hion - a farm, w a., to cut tell domiciles t tir- roundcd by Homo ac - cigo if noil- ro- ducing land, wo n h a l l never a idn «ee 32,000,000 f f a r m people in the United States. "It may como alvnit in the strut- has of tomo-rrow that ll'o eily w i l l fo -j.;ot tt.s a g r i c u l t u r a l d r i e l n , and ve?-y pathetic r e m i n d e r of r u r a l j i f o w i l l die- appear. Symbols of i n d u s t r y , .syin wla of the ( t y i n g flcctron and (lit: pr iton symbols 'f bntiliu^s cycles and po Her rcadliiRs may suix-iwdo t i e ingra ned memories of r u r a l l i f e . The f a m i l it- Helf nwiy I a! I apart and homo* no und-cr nophy. Who! aro our expectations? Thai is the Itey r t u o s i i o n atxnit r u r a l l i f e . Hen.; aro FOIDC- of tho t h i n g s I expect "The f a r m birth r a f o will d-ectine In the United Hum*--, and the f a r m w i f i f u r n i s h f e w e r recruits to cities, HO t h a t the- r a t e of our totxil popiihition K - f o w l h w i l l he ion.sider«bly dimin- w h e d , "A.« professioniil p o l i l i c i a i i H p u b l i c o e n l iincin. p l \ way, w i l l bo f o u n d i n l.'on^rr«-.s, for tho h b c r l i r - and rifrhia of f a r m e r s . "Amerit-,ui form or* w i l l k',i.rn (o cooperate. "\Vhen they do, ( h e y will ·they -v ill ! q u i c k l y discern t i n - v,a8io of h i g h l y y j t-oni pot S t i v e t h u r c h e t i , nchoolh, s,iont», h l t l e - villasjes, bad road;-., and w i l l u n i f y and reorganize i h c i r c i v i c life. "Si luiu: as thof- a i e :-nuill farms and p'u i - t i m e farnicMv, wo shall ]iavo, j i i K t .is lod.ty, a peasantry. ^S / (' may hit Mi tho uortl, ;ntd clwsfi our CJTT. and earn, but ncaHanfs th-ero an- in America. The. lot ol ( h e pxis;nit, however, w i l l improve. The lot of l ho peavant w o m a n in A m e r i c a w i l l i m p r o v e The H l l t r l u l y ] i w o r e i b i r t h rat-e w i l l help our peasant ami peasant, wotnmi. Inc r o a a l u g I n t e l l i g e n c e will help. Special extension me-thodri for (small farnu'ni would Ijolp m i g h t i l y . Now, special re- Kcarcli among s m a l l farmers and peasants would help. "The tnrtacr'f town ifi to felep up to a higher role In civilization. Tho small f r y vlllafj'pft w i l l bo tHminateri or coa- fiolMated, and the farmer's town is to be the hub of o now rural civilization. The farnmr w i l l recognize the. t o w n ; the townsman will recognize and i'rii- te.ruizo with the farmer. Together they will build. "Tho cooperation of sociologist and economist of r u r a l l i f e w i l l bo sincere, a« eoou as ( h e l a r m c r begins to undor- Years Ago Is S Says State Co triking, lege Man J 6tuul Uio science of h u m a n relation- -ked th: and )tits, any i w i l l havo lived 1own his past, and tho economist w i l l call him brother." longer bo patterned in ciliev'. HI C o r e l Hi Is t r n n d IH f u l l y i-ommainmled the **[?*; By that lim«, t.ho rural «ock)logi«t, it may lo ramu study of rural l i l e in tho uhyslca psychic vt!8tiK-os of p«rtlorai moiti to be observed on ev'ry band Ii city, at home or abroad. The sod- logy of agricultural lift- ia the p rent science; and, ;,\« ihrs dayii go on -ural sociologists will bo Writinj; tho g« leral sociologist, and tho urban aocio w i l l bo the new claimant. "Whatever tho past,, however the future which -engages our r a n t i n u r - i j f r o m Page One. land's addrosa j lie said that !n? cud of over America alone, the cow had really jumped m o u n d t h o Klohe, de- c l a r i n g ( h a t if I b ' * cows In this c m n I r y wero placed end on end Oiuy would, jnake a l i n e 1)2,000 mile;) our- There arc 22,41)9,000 m i l k cows 'ierc, he declared. "This groai A m e r i c a n cow produces a lot of mjllc. N o w a d a y s any cow is expected Io Kivi; ei(-;ht q u a r t s daily as un average. Some, fflv 15, '2', or liO quart a. One cow gave '17.(3 q u a r t s of inllk daily lor n, year. II Is a fur cry from 1880 to the present time, Then P e n n s y l v a n i a cows gave an uveragii ol' 2.0 quarts du»l ip n year." Thoro were L'1,000,000,000 K a i l o n s ot mills: producud in America last year, tho speakw Biild, and £o give 401110 idea of what a gigantic (juaniil; thfn is, he declared It would mnko a v r t u a i Niagara, i^aUa with 2B.OOO g; lions flowing over each iniuuto for jvcvy m i n u t o in the year. "The value of this niilk was gieater than all the mineral wealth pro'iuoatl in tho yoar," Baiii Mr. Borland lie placed tho f i g u r e at $2,050,000,0)0. "So this American cow is really some cow," lie asuerfcd. "1'eunaylvanla is a great dairy wliHc," lies continued. "It is seventh a m o n g them all, IB f o u r t h in milk p r o d u c t i o n , third in value ol prtducts, KecomI in milk consumption au 1 first in jcc,» croaui. It is said 'prosperity follows tins dairy cow' but that is o n l y if tho cow IK a Rood one The most prosperous farmers iu tliiH c o u n t r y aro the? dairy farmers .They are n o t g e l l i n g rich b u t t h o / a t e m a k i n g a good living. Tbo most prosperous K t a t o » in the Unlm arc the d a i r y attUes. "Tho dairy COW'B place In exjoaomlc wolfaro is established. It makes over His times as m u c h h u m a n £00 1 from a given q u a n t i t y ot hay and grain ( b a n a sleer. "Tho product til the dairy cow is tho most perfect human food k n o w n Io mankind Tho greatest protoln value Is in milk." Mr. Borland explained the reason why tho proteins in milk arc, of greater value than In any otb rr food by tho uiio of clmrts. "Wo -ised to t h i n k t h o protein w a s simply i r o t f i n , but now wn know different," ^'a» his comment. Commenting upon the difference* in oleomargarine* and butter he ia!d the lorm-er was all right in its place. "It pr eases bread and makes it slip d o w n easily," he remarked, "but it dues not contain Vitamin A. In comparison w i t h tho food value of butter it is na(,' there. M a n y chil Iron in citic-s s u f f e r from lack of Vit imin A. It is found in milk. "Milk contains V i t a m i n B as -well as Vitamin A. That in auot icr reason why it should bo Riven to 'hlldren in large quantities. " V i t a m i n C w h i c h prevent scurvy is also in milk. It l i k e w i s e is proc u m l in f r u i t s and l e a f y vc- jctableh. PdPteuriKw] milk may bo deiicient in Vitamin C but one is n o t ve ~y likely to he afJoctcd seriously. "Vitamin U prevents ricko s. It is especially abundant In milk. Therefore t goes without saying milk is such, a food that any man -engaged iu producing ii, is doing i, worthwhile work. "Tl.pre is lots of respoiiH bility. on a dairyman. Milk is good food for children and a good food foi bacteria that iovo to live in rnilic. '1 here aro 200 d i f f e r e n t kinds of germs that live in m i l k . You know what ui'iUH happen iC tlie supply is not siifo. It is noceEsary to havo rules for the production of sanitary milk. A now Jaw requires sanitary inspection of tho niiik farms but if you are irodueiuK a. f a i r l y decent quality of milk you ne-ed not fear. It won't h eo rigid that a man who is doing a f:urly good job of producing clean n ilk. need worry. "It is not difficult to prorincQ clean milk. Wlion you get a system established, it is not additional w o r k . Your me-thoda are of much more importance t h a n your barn md high- priced equipment." it is hllo- Abe Martin BOOTLEGGING OPENLY FINANCED BY BANKERS Ther M j c-mb lo l i r ^ j-oiuo q i . o f t t H i aiicnit c r i m e payin', liu 1 should t-jy j kn', u j f r o m seven to «Iyrlil d o l l a r s a Jay al c o u n t y b r i n k s a n ' u s i u ' a i ' i n - j b i u l t f t'lsc-'a car l i . i l n c io be Midv.cii U. If t l i i i t WaHhln ton h u s b - i n d · ho h o t w i t h l i f s \\ |fr diri t i l !iN t n icy lie iicJd iL nut. ut h.«ir jjLuw.uuA "The present prosperity of tho bootlegging profession is rite-graceful to a community whose civilization is based on ]aw ami order," declares Albert Bushnell Hart in a discussion of tho problem o£ prohibition eiitoreeinent in the March Current JHtetory. "Modern bootlegging oltore a now experience in criininal organization.," continues Dr. Hart, "by b u i l d i n g u p an armed international combination wJjicb openly (1-cfif.x-; tlio Govornmonl ol' the Uniteil HtatcB, often ron-ihly clefcmta itHolt agiuntsl c u p t u r p , and has a vory low opinion o£ p''ohinitiou lorces who firo upon :i private vesacl. Tho water craft employed In thin international trade is partly u n d e r foreign Ilage, partly under tho United States flag, iuui p a r t l y unlor no flag--Dial i«, the 'black fiag. "This traffic iri very hard to di'iil \vith, llrhi antl foremost ikirauso it IK openly iiiuuiccd by American bankers. Some l a r g o mill othoi"wiHc reHpcctablo Diinkts in New York City make a pruc- 'tie-o of loiuling money in $50,000 or $1000,000 lotH to person* who have no phiff )£ bu«liiefiH f I'xcopl oil tlKMr Homi- p i f i t l i u i l t'(iw.d-lxjat.s. Anotlmr for hard liquor, a n d s)!!i( .soft r u n s f i mil variotnj Province- 1 01' C a n ail;! i n t o ih' U n i t i - d Sta'c. 1 .; und tho ' C u i u i d u m i j n j s ' i n c l u l govcjriiinciifK do not I h i r k it is (Uoir bUKit.-ttitj to I n l e r - r u p l KiHih a profitable biifiupss. '"nils wholeeulo smugglhiR hag ob- struoted the entire process of e n f o r c - ing Uio- laws ol the U n i t e d Stateb." Mr. H o l l a n d offcrr-d f o u r rn)/.s for p r o d u c ' i l o n o f c l e a n m i l k . They a r e : "First, a c l e a n cow. Brush her off every day. Wipe the f l a n h f j and udder w i t h a damp c l o t h before bf-ginninR I n milk. Of COUTW the h a n d s must be clean a n d dry. "Second, a hooded 1 p a i l . Some s.iy Llu-y i-11 n't hit t h r - opening but I'd t e l l a man who can s q u i r t ,i stream of m i l k SO 1(», \ and hit. u cat's moul h t h n t ho K i t r r l y would bo iMf. to Hud t h b opening of such a p a i l . That, Ron of t b t u g ke.eps K o d i m e n t from f a l l i n g i n t o the m i l k . I f i t once f a l l s i n t h e devilment IB d/sue. You can't, strain out hficlfi'i;!. "Third, MrTilized JniHr ulcnsiln. f3oil If. nunutos, I but will kill all Ij.jcieriii w h i c h m i g h t gather around t h o tjeum.s. iljcve a t a n k Jargo enough to ail. the iiteusii.s hi it. It is not expensive. " F o u r t h , p r o m p t and thorough oool- ing to be-low fio degrees. Bacteria become p a r e n t s in 20 inmates and u n d e r favorable- c o u d i l l o n s will have a m i l l i o n descendants in 24 hourh They do not t h r i v e al low tednpera- lurv.. Under 50 deirreefi, one becomes o n l y (Ivc in 24 h o u r s . Get the m i l K j out ot Iho stable and cool it (iuic.kl. H u n i t over a surface cooler tn .t th in bheet. "YouM! e n j o y piling a higto QualUv pro due I." R e f e r r i n g to tubercular cattl-e h said thoy woro rapidly pii-saing o m . Mr. norlami ccjiipiimoutod tbo 1'a.rni- eivs of J (l ay^lto county for the stcp.s thoy aro t a k i n g in cradicatiatg siu-h cows from their herds. "On^ other disease causing lots of talk now M contag^ou,s aborti-oa i n cows and u n d u l a n t f^ver I ani glad to say it is mostly oxaggorate.fi. Mo:it cases aj-o in men working ajnong di-,- tsasid animals, f t is evident Uiero is not much dangor from the mtlt supply, but it is possible, so as daJrymon you should bo testing your hwds for abortion. Peopl-e using paRtotirlz'd milk aro .safe, and all certified m l i k supplies are all right. Tho possible d a n g e r HOB tn raw m i l k if the animal has tho disease." Sppaking of t h p surphifl milk mipply at t h i s lime, Mr. Borland told tho farmers part of iho f a u l t was th-ii- own. "There arc two or three reason* the dairy business la in a sort of as to price situation," he "In tho last y«ar tbore wore 1% per cent A»s dairy products consumed and there were one p«r ocnt morn oows lilian a yoar ago. Thorc. wort* 30-0,000,000 pounds of olco is old in t i n , country -riuring Iho las-L ye;/.r. J'"-ort.v per oont win-, .sold in Uio rural districts. ivesn't t h a t m«an somethinjj to us as dairyjivcn? 7f wo aro goin^ to buy oi«o for ouTSclvc: hov -an iv« ^xptvf;t tho good iK"Opl' of 1 f ' - i n - nells-vnio and o t h e r elites io buy our products. Of course butter tosli a l i t t l o moi'i but it is worUi it in food vahK 1 . Oloo is replacing tho .products ol on« and on-half to ono and thro- (jnartors millioii cows in this c o u n t r y . Bo it wo want to pron-por wo m u n patronixo our own industry. "Dairymen ought to do U)-oir ]«vri best to c u t down t!io cost «f pixxluc- tioii. K i.s our d u l y . We t.'.ould no! except, people (o pay a lugh prico to that an Indifferent farmer can mak-c a goat living. How to cut it down? First, hoop bettor fws, high producing cows. Ix\v producing c«ws are a millstone around the dairyman's ueck. Tho h-igh producers may e;it a lot but it takes feed to produce inll'k, not wind. Keep an actual record on each cow through, cooperation with tho Cow Testers Aasoclatlon. That ia the greatest invention for dairymen. I know of. Yon can't toll by looWng at a cow IKTW good it in. The only way is by milk sea lea. The Cow Testing Association will got you ahead hi ihe cost of production. "The dairy business in worth while. If a flue quality t£ product is offered the people hore will do their part in uoneomptiou. "I congratulate you on UI!K very flno gathering of town and country ipcople." j l'fl.l,ronii!D those who advertise. New Spring Clothes for Men MEN'S SUITS and TOPCOATS $22.50 to $35.00 V«ry large selection of patterns. Modeled in newest styles. We can fit "shorts," "Jongs," and "stouts," as well as those who require "regular" sizes. You will find more value and style in those garments than is usually found in clothings at these low prices. B'or those, who prefer, we offer a fine line of tail- orcd-to-measurc clothing at most, moderate prices. BOYS' SUITS A Bplendid line for boys of all ages, selling from .fiJ.UO to $12.50. All suits of four pieces - Coat, Vest, two pair Pants. See these different line-* at, or through a r n i n g e - metit w i t h , out' i earest store. Union Supply Co. Sixty Stores in Ffme Comities ol PennsyiTanJa.

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