The Olney Enterprise. (Olney, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. , Ed. 1 Friday, February 16, 1923 Page: 3 of 8
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THE OLNEY EN^
A bill introduced in the House by
Representative Greer makes a con-
viction for lunacy grounds for divorce
in case of either husband or wife.
Favorable report was ordered by a
House committee on the bill placing
auto transaction for hire under
supervision of the Railroad Commi&'
Dodson’s Liver Tone” Straightens You Up Better Than Salivatin
Dangerous Calomel and Doesn’t Upset You—Don’t
Lose a Day’s Work-Read Guarantee
The bill by Senator Stuart, re-
quiring a lapse of seven months be-
fore decree of divorce is made final,
was killed in the Senate through
failure to pass to engrossment.
The Kind That
Makes You Like
State Ti’easurer Terrell announcea
.there is now available in the general
| revenue fund $256,595, and all war-
rants issued against that fund up to
land including No. 21600 can be paid.
I discovered a vegetable compound
that does the work of dangerous,
sickening calomel and I want every
reader of this paper to buy a bottle
for a few cents and if it doesn’t
straighten you up better and quicker
than salivating calomel just go back
to the store and get your money back.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
‘Dodson’s Liver Tone will put your
sluggish liver to work and clean your
thirty feet of bowels of the sour bile
and constipation poison which is
making you feel miserable.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
this harmless liquid liver medicine
will relieve the headache, biliousness,
coated tongue, ague, malaria, sour
stomach or any other distress caused
by a torpid liver as quickly as a doee
of vile, nauseating calomel, besides it
will not make you sick or keep you
from a day’s work.
Calomel is pdison—it’s mercury—
it attacks the bones often causing
rheumatism. Calomel is dangerous.
It sickens—while my Dodson’s Liver
Tone is safe, pleasant and harmless.
Eat anything afterwards, because it
can not salivate. Give it to the chil-
dren because it doesn’t upset the
stomach or shock the liver. Take a
spoonful tonight and wake up feeling
fine and ready for a full day’s work.
Efforts are being made to create a
new county out of portions to Hill,
Navarro, Limestone and Freestone
and that its proposed name is Neff,
in honor of the present Governor of
just the kind you lik©—and
save baking at home.
These plump, tender, juicy,
thin-skinned raisins are ideal
for cake. Taste the cake you
get and see.
You’ll enjoy fruit cake more
often when you can secure such
good cake ready-made.
Mail coupon for free book of
tested recipes suggesting scores
of other luscious raisin foods.
- Just ask your bake shop or
confectioner for it — the cake
that’s made with
That tender, almost juicy
cake .with the rare flavor of
delicious raisins and piquant
That rich, fruity luscious
cake that doesn’t crumble and
The kind that you have
always liked—the kind you
mean when you say “fruit
You can buy it now—get
A joint resolution has been offered
in the House by Representative
jGfeer for Submission of a constitu-
tional amendment exempting cotton
‘mills from taxation for a period of
Senator Holbrook’s bill providing
-for appointment of a Banking Com-
missioner without jurisdiction over
the Insurance Department, was laid
on the Senate table, subject to call
on motion of its author.
Gives Charming New Color Tone to Oid Sweaters
The Senate Insurance Committee
has reported adversely the bill to
impose a 12 per cent penalty and at-
torney’s fees on any fire insurance
company failing to pay a claim with-
in thirty days of proof of loss.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES—dyes or tints as you wish
Sun-Maid Raisin Growers
A Co-operative Organization Comprising 14,000 Grower Members
Dept. N-544-31, Fresno, California
SETTLED THE WHOLE MATTER
Flapper Saw Dreadful Possibility if
She Followed Advice Given Her
by Business Woman.
Consideration of the “Bible in the
schools” tjill, offered by Representa-
tive McDonald, was reached on the
House calendar, but postponed at his
request, because of the absence of
Representative Baker who joined in
submitting the hill. * ,
CUT THIS OUT AND SEND IT
The Capable Business Woman is an
“employment expert” in tone of the
large downtown offices. The types that
come to her are many and interesting.
One girl applied. She wore clothes
that were technically within the law,
and no more. Her face wore a heavy
mask of rouge and powder, while her
“frizzled” bobbed hair was adorned
with a ridiculous hat.
“I’d like a position as steno, here,”
“I’m afraid I have nothing for you,”
replied the Business Woman somewhat
coldly, and then becoming conscience-
stricken at her total lack of sympathy
with the flapper, '•he added in a friend-
lier tone: “May I give you a bit of ad-
vice? I hope you won’t misunderstand
me when I say you are not appropri-
ately dressed for an office. You
should dress more discreetly, other-
wise you may be misjudged. Next
time you apply for a position wear a
dress with real sleeves, don’t curl your
hair so tightly, and if you must wear
rouge, put it on sparingly. You might
also get a semi-tailored hat—”
“Good heaven!” interrupted the
flapper, aghast. “If I dressed that way
I’d look like you.”—New York Sun.
Sun-Maid Raisin Growers,
Dept. N-544-31, Fresno, California.
Please send me copy of your free book,
“Recipes with Raisins.”
Senate Insurance Committee favor-
ably reported Senator Witt’s bill em-
powering the State Fire Insurance
Commission to penalize towns with
jbad fire i*:ords with increased rAtes
the same as it now rewards towns
with good fire records, by reducing
LIVED UP TO HIS GROUCH
DIFFERENT KIND OF CAPTAIN
New Yorker Surely Went the Limit Be*
tween Saturday Afternoon and
That Particular Police Official Was
the' Incarcerates, Not Liberator,
of Suspected Persons.
No, Roland, we can’t conscientiously
recommend the footpad for cold feet.
Rub—Robbs has lost his reputation.
Dub—How fori mate for him !—New
Reported favorably by the Senate
Committee on Civil Jurisprudence, to
which it had originally been referred,
the Burkett bill, requiring all secret
organizations to make public a list
of their members by filing it with
the County Clerk, has been side-
tracked temporarily on motion of
nfc)r true blue, use Red Cross Ball
Hk Snowy-white clothes will be
result.—5>v. Lt .an d^ytvti wilt al-
ways use it. All good grocers have it.
Wljjit had a grouch when he left
the office Saturday afternoon. He re-
fused an invitation to join -a^-feien^
who said he knew a place where the
modern substitute for the wild thyme
blows and started for his lonesome
The grouch was still in evidence
when he returned Monday morning.
“I got home Saturday,” he said, “sat:
around a while, took a nap and de-
cided I did not want to go out to din-
ner, so I drank a part of a bottle of
stale milk and went to bed. I have
spoken just two wor^s since I went j
away Saturday. They are the name
of a brand of cigar, and I used them
in buying a smoke.”
“Didn’t you speak to the waiter
where you get your meals?” asked a
“Not a word,” said the owner of the
grouch. “I ate in a nickfe-in-the-slof
place.”—New Y’ork Sun.
The letters O. R. following the name
on the slate at the city prison mean
that the person named has been re-
leased from jail on his own recog-
nizance, or without being required
to give bond. Naturally, the first
thought of an attorney representing a
prisoner is to obtain the release of
his client on his O. R.
Several days ago a lawyer walked
into the office of Edward Shubert,
captain of police, at headquarters and
made an eloquent plea for the release
on his own recognizance of a craps
shooter. His plea fell on deaf ears.
“Say, look here, you’ve got the
wrong captain,” Shubert said. “There’s
the let ’em pass out captain over
there. I’m the put ’em in captain.”
The lawyer left the office, shaking liis
A single application of Roman Eye Bal-
sam on going to bed will prove its merit for
inflammations of the Eyes, external and In-
When it comes to dispensing wis-
dom the average man thinks that he
has Solomon beaten.
Many a slow man has been made
fast—to a widow for the rest of his
Supplemental approriation of $500,-
000 for the rural aid school fund for
the current scholastic year is pro-
posed in a bill inrtoduced in the
'Senate by Senator Floyd. The ap-
propriation. for rural school aid for
the current scholastic year was
$1,000 000. The supplemental ap-
propriation proposed would make it
the same as for last year, $1,-500,000,
In Vanity’s Eyes.
He was an old man and he was
standing beside the hat counter of a
’“No, no!” he exclaimed angrily to
the very young salesman, “I don’t want
that hat. Why, that’s an old man’s
hat you’re trying to give me. Show
me something more suitable, hoy.”
Look (or this boot shaped trade mark
stamped on the back of the cloth.
Resolutions calling upon the Na-
tional Government to take steps look-
ing toward the recognition of the
‘Mexican Republic and the Obregon
Government will be introduced i^
both Houses of the Legislature,
Lieutenant Governor Davidson said
[on his return from the Rio Grande
Valley tour with the Texas legisla*
Work Clothes Means Long Wear
Man Owes Much to the Birds.
Birds help keep down many insect
pests even when they are not suffi-
ciently numerous to exterminate them
over a large area of infestation, and
there are many instances where the
saving of a crop appears to be en-
tirely the work of birds.
(QET YOUR Overalls, Jumpers and Work
Clothes made out of this cloth. It is easily
washed and wears like harness leather.
Garments sold by dealers everywhere. W« •»
makers of the cloth only
J. L. STIFEL A. SONS, Indigo Dyers and Printers
.. „ Wheeling, W. Va.
New Yerk 260 Church Street
Baltimore Mkt. PL & Pratt St.. 117 W. Balto. St.
Chicago 223 W. Jackson Boulevard
SL Joseph 201 Saxton Bank Building
St. Paul 724 Merchants Nat. Bank Building
Winnipeg 400 Hammond Building
St. Leuis 604 Star Building
San Francisco S08 Postal Telegraph Building
On Another Track. J
“What’s become of the young men
Edith used to ha\e in her train?”
“Oh, one by one they switched off.*?
For Forgetful Correspondents.
Australia is experimenting with a
system whereby radio messages are
sent to mail steamers that have left
port, on which they are written and
mailed as letters at any port of call.
When a girl elopes with a poor young
man her mother attributes it to tem-
Folks talk the most when they know
their talk won’t effect anything.
The Senate Improvement Commit-
jtee made favorable report on bill by.
[Mr. Ridgeway of San Antonio au-
thorizing street railway companies in
cities of over 161.000 inhabitants to
.operate bus and motor lines. This
is intended to apply to the San An-
tonio situation and enable the elec-
tric line there to compete with jit»
^ What is
good health worth
Standard for over 7§ Years
The white won't weaken
There is just as much room for do-
mestic jars in a flat as there is in a
Motor Lawn Mower.
A British naval officer is the.- In-
ventor of a motor-operated, chain-
driven lawn mower with adjustable
A delegation of Dallas business
men. headed by Nathan Adams,
chairman, and a committee repre-
senting San Antonio Manufacturers’
Association, with C. G. Leel as chair-
man, were here and discussed with
Governor Neff and members of the
Legislature pending tax measures,
giving their views on what they re-
jgard as measures proposing to in-
crease burdens of the taxpayers.
sjfllSfg CATARRH MEDICINE will
claim for It—rid your system
or Deafness caused by
jfe^lljaLTARRH MEDICINE con-
Ointment which Quickly
C?larrhal inflammation, and
a^TVhr^^ ^Nlcine, a Tonic, which
Surfaces U^ninthis on the Mucous
mal conditlSnf. *s3iBtIn* to restore nor'
^0l r 1assists toi over 40 Years.
A J. Cheney & Co., Tolto4o o
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, that famous old remedy
for infants and children, and see that it
Bears the s/fT* '***
In Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher’s Castoria
TTEALTH is priceless. You wouldn’t L
XjL knowingly part with it for anything *
in the world.
Why then do you risk it needlessly for
the sake of a Jew cups of coffee? Coffee
contains caffeine, a harmful drug which
often interferes with nerves and digestion.
There’s an easy, pleasant way to avoid
this menace to health, without any sac-
rifice of comfort or satisfaction. Drink
Postum instead of coffee.
k Postum is a pure, cereal beverage—
«k wholesome and delicious —a safeguard
There*s a Reason 9
^ ^ ^ Postum Cereal Co., In
-■■■■ - .IT 1 , . .*Battle Creek, Mich.
Your grocer sells Postum
In two forms: Instant
Postum(in tins) prepared
instantly in the cup by
the addition of boiling
water. Postum Cereal
(in packages) for those
who prefer to make the
drink while the meal is
being prepared; made by
boiling fully 20 minutea.
Under the terms of a bill intro-
duced by Representative Fugler,
[lighting of vehicles at night is regu-,
Jated with a provision that the State
Highway Commission shall approve
types of lights used. Motor vehicles
[are required to have two white
lights in front and a red light in the
jjRSM&L Horse-drawn vehicles are r®!
quireS^i® have one white light in
front andSiLred rear HsM.
Oodles of Rubles,
“Money isn’t everything.”
“They realize that now in
Comediari^“When is an actor not an
actor?” His FriemY^^^^i^Une times out
J of ten.”
The second pTffifr^extbook measure
known as House Hill was
finally passed by the House
the Senate was given favorable re?
port by the Senate Committee on
Educational Affairs. This bill pro-
vides that no part of the textbook
fund shall be paid for textbooks that
were not in use prior to the awards
for the new textbooks, made by the
Textbook Commission last December.
The vote in the House was 102 to
“Pape’s Cold Compound” Breaks a Cold in Few Hours
Every druggist here guarantees each feverishness inflame „
package of "Pape* Co.d Compound" to SeWhlid reS wi[h Z2H
“? C°!.d “ll ^hese safe,e^easant" tablets cost *0
misery in a few hours or money re- a few cents and mi ll? ?
turned. Stiffness, nain. he„dLh„ &?d.m!1Ilons now t
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Shuffler, R. The Olney Enterprise. (Olney, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. , Ed. 1 Friday, February 16, 1923, newspaper, February 16, 1923; Olney, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1113620/m1/3/?q=yaqui: accessed July 15, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Olney Community Library.