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II 5 THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN TO HOLD HA/AI'..',N ISLANDS KIOSKS CAUSE A ROW Railroad Lands The Land Department of the ST. LOUIS IRON MOUNTAIN and SOUTHERN ArD LITTLE ROCK and FORT SMITH RAILWAY Announces the following list of Field and Locating Land Agents, to whom the public is invited to write for informa- tion relative to Railroad Lands, of which about EIGHT HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND ACRES are now offered for sale at very low prices and on easy terms: RICHARD JACKSON .................. Paragould, Greene Co., Ark. S. C. DOWELL .................... Walnut Ridge, Lawrence Co., Ark. F. M. HAM ................. : ........ Batesville, Independence Co., Ark. WALTER G. CALDWELL .................. Soarcy, White Co., Ark. H. N. BEAI .............................................. Beebe, White Co., Ark. J. H. BRAWLEY .................................... Cabot, Lonoke Co., Ark. A. M. CROW .................................... Arkadelphia, Clark Co., Ark. H. B. M cKENZIE ............................ lrescott, Nevada Co., Ark. STEVE CARRIGAN ...................... Hope, Hempstead Co., Ark. W. H. DUNCAN ............................ Conway, Faulkner Co., Ark. CALVIN SELLERS ...................... Morrilton, Conway Co., Ark. R. B. WILSON .................................. Russellville, Pope Co., Ark. Y. ]I. THRELKELD .................... Clarksville, Johnson Co., Ark. CONRAD ELSKEN .................................... Paris, Logan Co., Ark. W. R. BURN .............................. Van Buren, Crawford Co., Ark. Each of the above gentlemen is thoroughly posted upon the quality and adaptability of the soils in his territory, and will gladly answer all inquiries and give all possible informa- tion relative to the lands owned by the Railroad Companies. For general information and Free Pamphlets, Maps and Plats, write to G. A. A. DEAN E LAND COMMISSIONER LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS Clean the Feedplate. Your sewing macblne will last long- er and run more easily if. especially alter working on woolen goods, you cleat] out the feedplato Take out the ':crew that holds It down and lift it off; then. with a Ioz:g pin, pick out the lint and (,lear the needle slot. You will be amazed at tile amount of lint that can llcctlululal.o there, and when you have replaced ho plate and the screw, at tile Increased efdciency of the machine Woman's Age Teat. You can usually guess within a few years of a woman's age by noticing how she takes it when you call her a sylph.--Gaiveston News. An Editor's Beast. The Brooklyn Eagle says we eat too much. There's an editor who is putting up an awful bluff.Philadel. pla Inquirer. A Precursor. Jael had Just driven the nail Into Sisera's head "Forerunner of the hatpin," she remarked, ;terewtth she congratulated herself on setting the style. It Was "Lovely" Cheese. A young married woman in Cherry- vale asked the polite salesman if he had good cheese "We have some lovely cheese," was the smiling ans- wer "You should not say lovely cheese," she corrected. "Why not? It is," he declared "Because"--with a boarding school dignlty--"lovely should be used to qualify only some- thing that is alive." "Well." he said, "I'll stick to lovely."--Cherryvale (Kan.) Jourual In Days of Old. A llttln watch made in the lme of Marie Antoinette bore tile inscription: "Love your country and obey the laws." One cannot help wondering what became of the lady who owned this little watch, and how she was able to decide wh*cb was the "law." "Queer English." These specimens of "queer English" are given by a writer in the Cleveland Review and Observer: "I heard a man talking of a polltieal candidate the other day say: 'If he only takes the stand when he runs he'll have a "walkover .... and" "A Galvestonian who has a mule for sale, hearing that a friend in Houston wanted to buy a mule, telegraphed him: 'Dear friend-- If you are looking for a No. 1 mule. don't forget me' " Coin Long In Tree, While cutting up the trunk of an o1(1 t,sh tree A]ber! Watson. Jr.. of Darbv Pa., found imbedded In the heart of the tree a copper penny bearing the date IS17 The coin was found at a point six feet from the base of tile trunk, and was not even discolored Envelopes for Packing. Envelopes used in packing small at, tlclcs will be found better than boxes. as they take up less room Stout, col. lapsilde envelopes, which may be bought where office supplies are sold. will be found satisfactory Gloves handkerchiefs, neck arrangements. etc., may be kept nicely in such en. velopes DE)UIS KOERS Carriages Studebaker a.dTennessee Buggies Wagons (}liver Chilled Plows Harness, Whips and Robes 1 E. Markham St. LITTLE ROCK U i LENSING'S 71i Main --- - - N[dllnery Noveh:le s LOCATION IS A MATTER WHICH STARTS INVESTIGATION. Many Cities Want These Weather Bu- reau Information Bureaus Which Are Planed by the Depart- ment of Agriculture, Congress is expected to Investi- gate the weather bureau following charges m a d e concerning the department lJy James Berry. Mr. Berry formerly was the chief of the distributing division under Willis L. Moore, chief of the Unit- ed States weath- er bureau. Among the allegations Mr. Berry makes against the administration of Mr. Moore is one intended to point out favoritism in the location of weather bureau kiosks. What is a kiosk? Webster says it's a Turkish summer house. But that isn't the kind of kiosk which has aroused Mr. Berry. In a recent bulletin issued by Mr. Berry in following up his charges against Mr. Moore, he says: "The annual report of the chief of the weather bureau, page 22 and the year- book of the department of agricul- ture (1900), pageS0, says that kiosks have been supplied to 21 of the more i " Important sit es. Then Mr. Berry calls attention to beautiful kiosks erected by the de- partment in small cities, while New York, Philadelphia, Buffalo, Cincin- nati and many other large cities have no kiosks. Representative Moss didn't know l until he became chairman of the com- mittee on expenditures in the com- mittee of agriculture what a kiosk was. When word got out that my committee was going to investigate ..... e lained Mr the weather nureau, xp 7" Weether Bureau Kiosk. Moss, "I got a good many letters tell- ing me to keep my eye open for the kloskl. Some of the letters said these kiosks were tacked away in re- mote parts of the country "and were no good to any one. I admit that Just then I didn't know whether a kiosk was a kind of animal or the name for a new-fangled plant One day a fel- low living down in Chattanooga Bent me a postal card with the picture of a kiosk on it, and then, of course, I found out what it was." On the kiosk is displayed the maximum and minimum thermome- ters. They give the two extremes of temperature every hour of the day and night In the same space is the hair hygrometer, the thermograph and the rainfall gauge. The hair hy- grometer shows the relative humid- ity, the rainfall gauge, the precipita- tion and the thermograph the tem- perature every hour of the day and night. Records are made on a long strip of paper by means of a clock cylinder. A pen marks the variation in temperatures. Comedy of Stolen Speeches. Senator "Bob" Taylor of Tennes- see once played a metn trick on his brother Alfred, and It was not until they were rival candidates for the governorship of Tennessee that Alfred got even. When they were schoolboys Alfred; was selected to make a speech on the l last day of school and "Bob" was a l little Jealous. It wu suggested to the teacher that some of the other boys should be called on previous to the main feature. Among those boys was "Bob," who had stolen his brother's speech and proceeded to deliver it aa his own. Thirty years later when they were campaigning together for the gover- norship "Bob" had prepared a flow- ery address on music, but Alfd, who spoke first, stole the speech and even- ed up for the schoolday affair by de- livering It, U. 8. Imports Cargo of Bugs. The United States has received its first cargo of bugs. Recently several thousands of bugs arrived in Boston aarbor from Calcutta. They are con- signed to the federal bureau of ento. mology and are to be used against the vermin tlat infest the orange grove of California and Florida, = Lace Collars, Jabots, Beads, Handkerchiefs, --= - Hosiery, White Shapes and Flowers. = Call and see us. Prices moderate. o'7 ld Phone 2658 7th and Main Sts. _ = lmHilH|lmiH|iWllmliHlilllllililHllilillliWllil War Department Decides That Strate- gic Point In Pacific Ocean Must Be Protected, "It would require 251000 troops to properly safeguard the Hawaiian Is- lands." This statement was made re- cently by Gen. Arthur Murray, chief of the coast artillery, who has charge of the defense of Hawaii and who has been on the ground making personal observations. The war department knows that Page Seven The Lardest and Most CompieteStock in the State to Select From store at Honolulu and Pearl harbor. A part, and a most important part, of the strategy of the Joint army and navy board is that in case of an at- tack on Hawaii to hold it at any cost, because, as President Taft has stated, it is the key to the situatoin and of the Pacific. As one official put it, Japan would be blundering around in a fog in the Pacific while the garrison remained firm in Hawaii. Of course there is a magnificent scheme of d@ fense from foreign battleships for both Pearl harbor and Honolulu. This is what Is contemplated at Pearl Harbor and Honolulu: Between two stations six 12-inch guns, or the two 1S-inch guns now there and four 14-inch guns; four six-lnch guns, 18 12-1nch mortars and eight 60qnch searchlights. The present necessity as shown in the plan rev.ealed is that a large nunber of mortars be distrib- uted at points on the northern part of the island at various bays, which have Just been charted, to prevent the land. ing of Japanese troops. CITY. KILLS THEIR CONCEIT How the New Members of Congress Are Regarded in the Nation'o. Capital. There is nothing more pitiful on the stage of national politics than the new and verdant member of congress, be he senator or representative, and espe- cially is thus true of the new members of the upper house. So vast is the measure of importance of a new M. C. in hie own district or his own state that for the first few months of his service he wanders about Washington In a dazed state, wondering if it can be really possible that the lple of Washington realize l is the new member from Podunk or the new sen- ator from such and such a state. Little work of importance is intrust- ed to the green member, and from him Is expected a rpect for his elders not dissimilar to that exacted from the little "pleb" at the nonal military and naval aAemles. Most men who have attained to the dignity of being one of the 9 senators of the United States come to Washington with a large timate of their importance, and never Is this so true as when such a man has worn the ermine be- fore entering the arena of politics. But shorn of all power to fine for "contempt of court," assigned to the chairmanship of some such impor- tant committee as that on the "dis- position of useless Waste paper" and rarely or never consulted regarding the affairs of state, even the Jurist statesman is obliged to submit to the good humored patronage of the older members until in due course of time he comes to realize the actual meas- ure of his importance in the affairs of the nation. MONAHAN & STEINERT DEALERS IN Monuments even the formidable guns which are[ now in Hawaii are not sufficient pro- I vision against a sudden attack, and a I definite plan is being carried out to[ Old.Pbone 2565 prevent tbo success of such an at-[ tack. Every place where such an at- I tack is Possible it has been ar- ranged to place a sufficient number of $3 00 to $5 00 a Tooth mortars, and these mortars are nv,  Uncle Joe en the Warpath. A committee went down to Cape Henry to inspect a site for a pr posed new fort to protect Washing- ton and Baltimore from attack by foreign navies in case of war. Ordi- narily it is difficult to get a commit- tee together for one of these field sessions, but this looked like a chance to play hockey for a day from sizzling Washington, and every mem- ber of the committee took a dozen friends. A camera fiend got a focus on "Uncle Joe" Cannon while he was cavorting around after a clambake that had been provided for the party and wa about to take his photo. graph, but the gentleman from Dan- ville turned loose such a torrent of cuss words that the amateur photog- rapher fled. "Some day," said Uncle Joe, as he looked at the fleeing photographer, "I'm liable to lose my temper and throw one of those freaks into the ocean when I get tired telling him what he is." and All Kinds of Tombstones LITTLE ROCK, ARK. For Bridge Wo00k We save you money and guarantee our work. Try us and be convinced. UNION PAINLESS DENTISTS 422} 424} Main Street, Corner Fifth Street Open Nights. Over Hamilton's White a Fan and Gem Expert, In addition to being an ardent base- ball fan Justice White has a unique fad. It is that of collecting precious stones, none of which he wears as personal adornments. He never visits New York city without going down to Tiffany'a and going over tray after tray of rare and valuable Jewels as an expert. Whether he makes a pur- chase or not, as he sometimes does, he is always welcome at the store and be is said to be one of the best lay experts on the value of precious stones in the country. Served 56 Years In Army. Fifty-six years of service in the United States "In the rear of the army" won for David Robertson th one year, unique distinction of being retired at full pay, with the rank of a sergeant Robertson had served continuously as a hospital steward since 1854. Now congress has retired him on a pen|ion of $113.56 a month. 1111 II II lilt II II IIIIII III IIIll III II till Ill lll II III illll IIIll IIIIIII IIIIIIII1111111111111111 I! IIIII Illlll. i - Your Own Ideas of H: . arri t lUi',/(/Jrl ct 'lags a: ! I k dan r( #// ! " y' buy  / mad it ,|/'i There is about our arness00 ,- Carried Out in Detail ,= If you want a buggy harness, : carriage harness or team her- = i ness made to order, different from the prevailing styles. Adangerous harness is one you buy, but don't know who no uncertainty harness. Every part is made according to the dictates of skill. We want your trade, for we believe we deserve it in the high-class harness service we can ren- der at easy-reac'hed price. WALDENBERGER'S Old Phone 547 Stable Supplies of All Kinds Repalrln a Specialty 411 Main St. a m = R m m m = m m u m m m m i = _= m N I !J!Hl W. B. WORTHEN, Pres. B. THRUSTON, Ast. Cashier. GORDON N. PRAY, Cashier. GEORGE G. WORTHEN, Asst. Oa=hier. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $380,000 W. B. WORTHEN COMPANY Bankers, Brokers, Real Estate and Fire Insurance Agents LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS The Home Purchase Plan "Who ever heard of a man shouldering his gun to fight for his boarding house" The Equitable Life "Strongest in the World." Offers It's Home Purchase Plan To the Citizens of Little The Conditions Are Reasonable, Inquire About It. W. E. BILHEIMER, General Agent, State Bank Bldg. I CUT ON THIS UNE AND MAIL TODAY Subscription Order 1911 CATHOLIC PUBLICATION SOCIETY 315 W. Markam St., Little Rock, Ark. Kindl end THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN to m address for I enclose herewith $1.50 in payment of same. 1 will remit for same on ..... 19 ! I Draw mark through line not applicable Signed, Addtn-.--