The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 127, Ed. 1 Monday, October 1, 1923 Page: 4 of 8
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THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS
ubilahra Afternoon Night and
Br the Abilene nrlntlng Company
WYitnrM ni Sor-onrt rlASA Matter At the
postotflee Abllen. Texai under the
;A"t of March Jrd 1879.
BffStnese and Circulation 67
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subscribers oulaide Zones 1 and 2 from
pyyyy MVVW &rfk
In thd Far North a JenlotU while
fur trader killed an KMtlmo womftn
who preferred the affections of nn
T-.irtmr. mnti of her tribe. This
Eskimo man shifted his loo to n
triarrled Eskimo woman nnd hilled
hof husband with his epamt Bo ho
cotd marry tho widow.
Mkl. .lrtn1 n hlnnil fCUd. Tho
final reckoning showed seven klll-
Mounted corporal threo Eskitno
men an Eskimo woman and an Es-
Tho whole affair" was tho most
Mood-curdling melodramatic crime
wavo in Arctic history.
It out-movtcd tlio movios the
('color' Including: a band of strand-
dors led by an Indian sorceress.
?ruth Is stranger than tlio movies.
This Eskimo crime wavo Wfts
lasod beyond the outskirts of civi-
lization. But murder 'Is murder Jh
tho Jurisdiction of tho Itoyal
Mounted whoso members nro In-
different to distance or time
The survn-lns jmirderora wcro
rounded up in a log Jail.
Dy radio word was flashed
southward to Edmonton. Canada
Judgo Dubue of tlio Alberta
courts made a 3500-milo round
trip Into the Far North presided
over the trials passed sentences. In
making the trip his conveyances
included train motorboot. tenm-
"boat scow and canoe. At ono point
In the Journey machinery ool!ped
romance while his boat wn por-
taged 10 miles by auto ttactor.
"When tho long arm of the law
reaches out grabs criminals nnd
i Bend a Jud ec3500 miles to try
them In court we realize haw small
A tho world ha become-far tho lndl-
vidual criminal. Tho law now
Lblanketn nearly every part of the
earth aa far as tho Individual law
breaker Is concerned.
A lone way to go before Inw-
fcjr4king nations will bo held to
accounting with .similar unrelmt-
acverity. But mi come in
Old October with U hay fever
Is here -
As a 0isurber of serene Bleep
the rooster stands tit the head of
It is also difficult for a light-
headed person to do heavy thinlt-
Twelvo tratnths to prepare 'for
t nether fair. Put there Is no time
i Something eeemn to tell lis that
i thora vnu not awuier hmuhu
Johnbn ftwrtme oon eitner u-
rom oi yaknus.
rowTork gets the htg world's
?rles again this year. Whlfh. ex-
plains why football ta steadily
trowing In Popular favor .
A lot ot sentimental women rush-
ed forward anil kiinted a million-
aire'a son Who had Jut been olear-
ed of a murder. It happened in a
courtroom and the court 'tns not
to have made any .effort' ta tp the
CliaticellorH Sireeman has
weathered the first storm in er--many
as a result bf the Iluhr cap-
itulation. It tlermaBy St back
on a'alensible basl.. It will menu
higher prices or Ameriean. farm
products and manufactured artie-
AlK the weather man was very
kind during thVfiUr. H was idta
weather throughout the week cool
and ramleea. Kvideatly the West
' Texas Fair AseocUttoH picked the
tight time of year for the annual
The Fort Worth Panthers are
Bhowjng the Southern Lau
champions how basbU U played
Winning three out of ' Ji'
Ats' outfit lias demoartrated tBt
the Texas League ieMMW a Wgn
jCISbs Drana ar oaaaj.
IVintera knoeklng t "r
tales of cotuB dally w ysr
claim to the tta chuipioBhip
of West Teas- But ltoer plav
Jike Merki are rwnrtiog ht-r a twee
second Wemttswit srt.i-
A srientist Is to tk hot ot
Aa Afrcaa drug clP Ju
to ee what it feeki like- lj w viim-
d the arug BM it tb "
ca certain Alrhmn hUv who ue
'it. turninjr ih uto rias .mb-
j va over ht xpMM a4 pw-
Iia could aecoaplWt by h ?'
SJr.ment ta mar tha th WW
ii.-rgoa could muiemand.
There wgM tai iw F-4;
j rove the fc tm "t&t!Xj?
i sn.m.raK f hatkrc that the mftMsW8
( WM wo W JP
'a eBiiitUy by vmx P " v
h.4B4 lilP- ttm lejuuc
ta .is h'"itS eilw ot th
y -1 c - - 1 1 ' i if --
Tlio Tariff nnd Hie Inrmcf
From the Ft Worth Star-Telegram.
The political diagnosticians
searching for the cause of tho colic
which Is disturbing the country's
digestive system put the finger to
tho noso when tho Fordnoy-Mc-enmber
tariff Is mentioned snying:
"Aha tho green apples!" Arid it is!
tnia cone wiioso most acute (symp-
toms are the political griplngs of
in luiuuio ii Mi winuii is nisiuru
mg.tno numbers of thO Renublican
papas and mammas who desire to
have their offspring In fine -fettle
for presentation to the neighbors
upon ciecuon nay.
Qcorgo Martin editor of Farm
nnd Fireside in tho current num-
ber of that periodical assembled
statistics from tho Americnrt fftrm
Bureau Federation and tho Treas-
ury Department to show that the
tariff is costing the farmers of tho
united States $301000000 each
year. For tins computation Mr.
Martin obtains the farm organiza
tlon's figures oh tho farmer's enfn
from the tariff tho products ho has
to sell and tho additional cost for
products he has to buy then ap-
plies the figures in Secretary Mol-
lon'a report to the Senate Flnaneo
Commltteo On "Imported Merchan-
dise and Itetall Prices." This com-
parison shows that while tko sell
Ing value Of farm products Is In-
creased $124800000 W the Ford-ney-McCumber
tariff tho cost of
tho agricultural nnd Industrial nro-
ducts which thn farmers consume
Is Innrer.sed $426000000. Tho tar-
iff therefore operates to tho net
loss of tho farmers (o the cxtenj
of $301200000 per yonr.
To provo llo f itnoFs ot the Ford-noy-McCumbcr
structures claim to
tho term "Tariff" Mr. Martin re-
cites a llttlo history. "When you'
sail throught tho Straits ot Glibrnl-
tnr round southernmost point of
Europe." he snys. "you see tho lit-
tle town of Tnflfa nestling under
tha rock. Tlmo wns when tho poo
pie used Mo forco the passing lifer-
chrtnt veseols to pay tribute to
them. Tlio French called this tri-
bute 'tarif.' and tho English 'tariff.'
Tlio Spaniards and tho Arabs ap-
plied it to the tribute to bo col-
lected on incoming merchandise. It
la Well named. In America the
word now refers to a foolish docu-
ment of 34 C pages G4S sections. Uy
this document nro avo assessed not
to support a government but to
give those who ecll an excuse to
The tariff says Mr. JUartin. "is
the bunk." and American' farmer?
especially those who Jiavo In the
past supported the Ilepubllcan doc-
trine Of "protection" are in a fair
way toward complete realization of
From tho Eastland Oil Belt News:
There ocm to hnvo been' nn un-
usually large number of railroad
disasters In tho United States dur-
ing tlio present yetir. Our gvn
county furnlNhed Ono i.i thchend
on colllson of two passenger trains
at Dotlmu in which six persons
woro killed. Thora wns no clue ov-
er found nn to tho cause of this
wreck but evidently tho switch had
been tampered with.
During recent Weeks there- have
boon a number of vory sorlous
wrecks in different sections of tho
country with tho worst of them
all reported from Wyoming today
tho estimated death list running
all tho way from 40 to 100 persons.
It may bo that tho lnrgo number
of railroad disaster-OiIh your can
bo accounted for as tho result of
blind chance but this n not a very
ttatisfaetory explanation at least to
tho traveling public who foel tluit
their lives are being unduly endan-
gerei!. The man Who takes to the
road in an automobile has twme im-
portunity to protect himself but the
traveler on n train is helpless in
ease of accident. He .is at the
mercy of those who manage) lha
roudii and operate the train and
cnreTosunesa on the part of tin-
gle omploye may cauio hu death.
One of the' faults of the Ameri-
can people Is to dp thinga In. a hurt
ry and to -merely "got by." That
spirit may creep Into the railway
service an well na into other lines
of buslnow and when It doea thero
to trouble ahead. 'Of course where
u wreck br caused by the failure to
keep equipment or track in good
tthape the fault lies with the man-
agement rather than with the em-
ployee. It may1 'bo that one cause of ac-
cidents lias been tho gradual speed-
ing up of pchedulea during the past
two years nnd desire on the part
of different llnea to give better
aervice. That i commendable t
Jong w the "Sifety pint" motto ia
kept in mind.
Just a Little Fun
From the Boston Truiweript..
Business Man (to applicant)
Can you spell correctly T
' Stenog Yes. sir. I wish ail the
other warcU were aa may ma that
From the Toronto QJobe.
rjoad he wrk hrd?"
What. Frddif He works about
as luwa W a udlal Uoea on aj
From the Richmond Tiep-Pte-palc.h
He Bterett th bank nysterlous-
ly siumd up te .tho. mr twill-
UtHMy wrHSi.ai " ""
tlwrTOPuth 3a - wh8peJI - M" -
'"Say. Frtend. cash tbl ehsek 8f
tHMly as you n. will yout -
Jut ahp me ihe moiw'wi-
."Hiu ' Hud the teller. "Know
anyone ta towi who cau 4.utif
iovr .. .
"Xuah; iota or 'em -in iuhj
with tha vhet.-k i ephed. Tt a u
doo't Wut to uk any oie
gttl5 thU muB !"
Curbing Their Kioqucuee
Froui the VjUrgiai. KeL
Firit Atwny Yu heOJf.
frtay. I a wpfmsjwl by a ua-
iuitigsWd HCAWWifei. '
KWdT AUmj-!-My lo.rwl
f riwid to mvk a atntoui- Mar
Ju4f ttfhaspty) 'm eHoei
wlU gladly cuailue tiwto mwaks
tu sutk i.Hlrr aa rt Ui dUnnWv.
"L ij. II
Wlwt ISv- pulyuiult KnttH$
'From tk kNto TrauscrlW-
Shu It MkUt b i" to it down
and wrttw ih ;uauy paragraiha
tmttouewr to you.
ilt Ob Uik 4tUug dowa auil the
wrttws iry luutffih; n a t&e
occutflfeg fci fajurd.
Mn j-e taki'i aJi i.'
th fell waihr to u
j it 1
mind sujnmer so wui-U..
Here's hair-raising news frOrn.
New York Halrdrefteera ray let
the hair grow out. f
Hairdressers arc- suggesting
bought hair bo worn showing they
are not 'asleep itt the-BWitoli.
Columbus Day Is coming soon.
it Columbus hadrt'l tfiseovereu
America. we would be foreigners.
These aviators lira always hit-
ting upon poincthlng new. One hit
on a cow in Los Angeles
Can't havo mueh fun nny more.
Man in Texas was fined Just lor
hitting a baseball umpire.
New YDrK-lead in the' baseball-
leagues but not In tho AmlSaIoh
and Bpworth lotigues.
The German iftnrks you cah get
for a dollar now look moro like a
baseball Scro by Innings.
If Jack Dcmpsey Is all rested up
now maybe lie will try to tackle
a football team.
Doajdrs say an Alabama man
who atnrtod ovor a fence with ft
loaded gtin will roodver.
Presidential candidates aro so
buav. Looks as If wo will have
about 4lf presidents next tlmo.
' Only thro0 werq bagged In one
Michigan hunt three hunters.
There Is agitation to limit ho(
nrlee Of coal. Our guess is the
sky will bo the limit.
Actors look forward to this win-!
tor when the audience will ap-
plaud to keop lliolr hands warm.
Among shaky movements on
fnot nro fall donees. All tho girls
nro seeomlltig the motion.
Fast nd candidates throw tholr
lrtits Into the political ring some
body slings mud on them.
Spokane boy Who thought jho
eould rob n bank and grt away
with it will be 85 when no uou
Mnn in blnrinnail who wanted a
street car tb dodge his auto found
tho darn thjng wouldn't-
Nicest thing about winter Is
you can wear a vent and keep your
shirt eiefjn longer.
You see 'auto prtrke 1 all a!on?
tho country roads these nlgnts
perhaps to save ga.
Most wool iilta are mostly cot-
ton. That's where they pull tho
wool over your eves.
All eircuees advertUo as the blg-
gost In the "world but our gurss
would be some senator I.
All la not coal that glistens.
ten yean ago thin month news-
paper readers found this headline
prominently displayed on the front
page: "V. 8. Data Shows Cost of i
page: 1 . 8. Uata wnows tost or
-sm U 1
Living Jiating t.pward incn'aiwd ; watl.n lha sllltfcw cur gently h-.u-
CO per tvnt Over Average ol ! tho w.wura m tMuk up n thouaund
Decade Between ISiQ and 1900. i tuings other people ought to d.
That wan In 1913. (And perhaps over in the nest. jard.
Today bewildered and trying to)OUr goVil iUdghNor hail hla fci '
get our' bearing we talk of 191S;i the ar. with hia cigar burtn
.... irvMiiow . - ..-..... . .. ..
ttm ttA.fl I . waiiiI.i. hnw
the talk will be drifting in 1933?
A New York woman file a vol-
untary petition In bankruptcy
utating that her debts aro $143943.
Agojnat which shewhaa aiweta of
oply 40 personal belonging.
She describes herself as a
"homewlfe" hy occupation.
ago tills situation
made a big news
story. Today it gets S few Inchee
of Hpaee buried pn the finaHCial
page of a New York paper. ' A
. I.1 iia
lot of people are overlooking ft
great bet by not glanHng over the
financial page occasionally.
Three si-h ago a'lawr bought
lS.Oiiy u i ina i. u.-.rks at neen and
a h f .-i.m .ipi cyrg tor
whK-h. he sent StlSS to bankers in
Bremt-n Germany. Itecently he
wryt tb the bank to Inquire about
in imeauneni. i ne oaiiM answer-
lug informed him that hi account
with then was "baiaaced." th
present ilii9 ot X!i nuirktt barely
co v.-ring t i.tMtafe on their r--Py
The lawyer realizing that Ills
raaa ta or oi many probably U
wondtriiig how much indemnity
liaK bet n ttiuiiliarly collected by
Only the rich c'rlnk la Amwia
now sfy Wlltiaiu 8. Bejutat
Prominent ChlcagiWH. formar poh-
ticUn. -Ninety iter cat el th
vlokitloaa of th Vplte4 law ajr
by tho rich. The poor uaajt eaa't
f navy I7i a ca for liquor. Ou tho
?eoa acr tu iUHea iumor ta-
terwoa wntrol ta WteaMtn there
!( - .
Sixty-nlue years old Mrs. Aman-
da .Chapman of Miami Fta. baa
covered about gea dl of a hik-
ing trip roundabout to California.
The avrge poraou at it wop 14
lA.uit to. make the. trip in a I'uil-
Uidii or wheelchair.
Retrit your romroent uot.l
you re 4y thtru uMko couipariooa.
Man ls harneaiug and using leSi
tkjn oe-tbous4ud-ntilUoath prt
of th mw)' th.t gushea to oujr
earth from the fua. ixM-dig t
Sir Oliver &ig
' AdmUtadly. this la true. But
vhi's the uaa of kruig tho
irti of it? if v hlvod tUt Uhr
'r.'lkt-v Kpijiunfs' 1 a. patter oft
hi.iHiwt iyV we'4 b haj.-
l ht . ue hariMiMiSod MM Utatcad
iMnimi iumtatf viiitajk ;
- m iiiijjiu liiijgjy.jLt'WlS'Wir'4'W'-lJli4NiiJiip11 V '
;lfr '" ' 'i "" 1
If it.rfii th.i if h uurfjf
Jik4F-yCi . of Abilene i is niwltng lea
HA2 ft . i av t Sbk f 11 i
jKLF& : . - hithcwcsf
slFC. iPPf str -a Sr ft - ;- t ikiI .i !-. .... ;.B
IK- 2i .... tiVA&Z--- K Xl sr LV- f WU Lllclllll ulii r
V 4f!Ww V&M. MTo INSURANCE
s( lV JP2iJ s
V V 'ir-iw 'Kty - . T fcSgSK 5-E MC l&rr?r? f - I I ! .11 1
! 'SslrT) iW A..4 . r.
KSF5M . rVA 1 lit . a 1 wm
IvmiMSAXW-. ' ign wraqe reeas;
y.vWvrJWtT VV VVJl 1)W; -Whilo Vmluur the A
k W ' .VV. .Ml Ii T tw . l I jT
ki-Wn K m .-.-' oar piam. . we nr jtisucflmj
v- l-. vUvivl. ..--' . . . tiou of ono of torfost inodau
-.- ' : l;r. - " - A Tlila Plant yffth our Dry Fcffl
iPi; i-.rl rnrflnr I If If ' H II . FIATTV TDrblPil-T . t av tcM hlnuf in TcfcoV. t
I F v 1 1 j rrtnft ....... . . nujA a vjuJi Whether yoJ nro aMMphnntf
The seven gins at Winters
rlnning n full time according to
reports from that city and are not
able to keep up even at that Many
wagon of cotton line up and watt
tor liopra before tneir turn 'iiie
rush would be inreater it pickers .
were available. The cotton I be-
ing moved as fast as the picker"
and glna can handle it. Tuenday i
of this week tho Winters fcin.
turned out 62S bales of rotton ;md '
nro tietng out n average nf better .
than B00 bates per day. BalUnger I
Lodger. ' t
Just another Inelanco that thh '
part of the Htat is one of the e.t (
cotton countries in the world. Th-- j
Wlntera section is known far and
wide for it cotton rrops and why j
not? Ahy place" that has nov.-a
gins rtiiinlng full Uit all the. time
and jtll tillable to keep up with j
tl'ip WHgonu aa they come' Into town
lias a right if any placrt hun a.
rlglit to make tlws bnaaf thnt P J
is a great ceHttm couutr'. Wintra" j
record Will compare very fa-v6raMy.
indeed whh any place In BmiTm-
an rated as Tilt; cQltun kol-hoii
of thn .State.
We rah Iran lwrk in nn ens-y
chair and elevate our leet to un- ;
j otlter oii. and light our it!i.. ant.
t ..1..1..1.. . .. -.- . i
1 nvniiv. H.nii ilih minii rxxtti uimfi
a thousand things that wo ought
not to do but do. Ail pvts ott;
Big Mpring Herald.
On' of the greateet jhasures In
iltu iiie rruwutin ut mvit iivisii-
tor. jiow iiniuiiv most oi hi
Mould b if we could not do that.
And Wte wonder oftentimes what
in the world oUr neighbors ar
lhinWiitcr uhitut ti him th-v tin sitt'h
! 8UC. ni m-m feel that w hwi
... - vr .lti .ell friend n.th-
. -. ..
iMir how ue ought to conduct rum-
aelf autt IiIb faintly. It would b a
dull .world Ind'-ed if wo tfHild nt
rguiata- our neighbor. an4
neighbor family- s
During the lat week or so work
has be-n going on rapidly o tho
...i W..H..1...7 .... i. i. i ..!...
to take on a finished appearance
It seems thut the work has been
very slow und school will h- deUy.
04j omp m ripening.
Th snretarv '
of th tmhool buard niadp
tateroent Wednendity that it
tmnnkaihle tn mv deJtn::
IImi. Ii.a. '...u. I. th.. tlljk nlal..
aiMktfA trt v-A ultfir.l BtsipfaiV kv H '
f if team li of OctoberLorame
nvlnn. tt' Ml lh. hlitl.tinir .....
ipieted you would rather have u.
....w . n ... ... ....
guod eubataottal building and ut
ruah th wrk too much than t
havo a buildiag which would not
UBd th r4ttwtte length of Haw.
But what a groat thing the buna
lag wUt be -when it 1 completed.
AbUeaa Is bulldlnr: a sow high
whool building work upon which
taa bMt Just a little flow but it
will b the hst buUdtsir If " kind
la lit South eju when finished.
Wo regret to announce thnt our
tatimablo tuwniman C" Hrprf
and tumily. will mov to Abilene ;H
la' the near fuiure. Mr. Harprj2
aa po.nuter her for a ouiitbar .s
of ear and li4 T.nn; leej T-'S
tdej.t of Muraii- Thv family -has
nt.ipv fr-enli in- Mri ti whu s'.n-js;
i.i.lv i girt llfi I' :-.. Tin-j go l-
tn Alfi-:)r ill 'iiltr 1c -tt tti bu.vi
tluuuub SunniLrns '"11tge Aloiapj
. e ".
Atv!ta- Is always glad to wil-'s
come 'new ilnen who com. t'c
une avatiig or vr f nooi.
f.amnmmtw . vtyw w Birr .BKHf
J lkJ..M. iu .......t . w.u ..w... .
Vtn are hr gratet att.. Abi-!
ka te.eonatastty arlylog to mk'
r scpooM tfi-ucr a. n u v;
ordt-r that iiioi. ittidnts niay.liet
tUOHS PLAINS VISIT
VNVduodii v.a Ctim .
Day at tike Weat "&w Vmjc. AU-t
tot aad drew Piio va thr:
rvs ' iwmmm puraoe iW
IPi-e.s Kumum ni-agi-u my
bnd. -pe fr.uss I'Uim t'n t;
deioiaU .1 ttiUi kin- (... r ji. ! n.
ljti- tt ii i s .th.- l'. .' - mi ;.-
alipliun v. i . i . : 4 -
i.i!(lii - A ' a
WHUEWu r..i f. .. i7iv hu Wfj
are uaabU t.o gte a lirt o thoe
Now Comes the Well Known Football Season
; -1 yS '
r -jr zr . 'rnflfc "Zs-"xzfc - fcNT-- m .
SZaSxjs . L I ThrmiD-h fhcconfickttce andA:
r "serBTJ V "!i 5.Sl. '"O . T .1 I
I f 1 Inst year gjvcf us odnipmcyt nl
"' " .-.." -. " ' -" .:. . 1 . rl J..ll- jj
Columbus Alison's buggy now
has only threu Avheela alnco on
...f them broke down test Thursday.
U'ntJl ho ran get'another one h:jjor a meM or greens nd some
'villi sit over on the other iilde of j Boaton 'beans
tho bueev and drive right careful
gnnseone taught 811m Pickens
looking in a mirror at himself last
Tueeday murnlnB. It is not known
whv lie was doing such.
Tarn Wiph calll on one of our
fmrcst youn ladles Sunday after-
. -. . . . .. . t
fifinn. nnn HnniiL nuniflr Lima
was invited out U eat but he
jihook his head and left .o won-
fdr he was not. hungry as he had!
-hewe off one corner of her fan j
wtfiit iryn. 10 mn iiuriiiK tua aw i
who went ns it Is Impossible to
uncertain the number. But sufflrH
It ia to say that they were there
and put Crow Plains Day over' tit
grand form. ThUt was made pa-
HibW bythe local chamber of com-
pjereo. .J'roM Flatus Review.
They did Indeed- The rro
Plains -delegation was one of- the
t IHM imtl'iia vtr (iiiimuu inn
'West Texas Fair frbm any place.
Ana 'be Parade they pulled off wan
But trw band was the
"re of Crow Plalmf visit
here and the serenade they gave
r Itf porter waa much appreciat-
l.iM. mgniv enjojea. om"
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COT A FLAT? OUT OP OAS?
Geo. E. Morriyliijo Supply
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(Pirate) were rcnllr' incro tisa
fiiicnk thlcict whom tistinl loot con
Mstca or notlilii- mora than grnln
.nnd otlicr food stuff. Sir Basil
OH. Captain Kidd was a Pirate
Who. sailed tho roaring- seai.
On many a trip he scuttled a ship
For the sake of a peck or pe.iw.
WITH 10s Pirate Horde a ship
Anit ltatf.1 frvt tt vmnr.
(For oino garden. Muff and sonic 'I
canned plum-duff Ii
hi b ei"iuii or mo oi soup
OLD Blackbeard. too with hia
All scoundrels of bloody lljt
Would fight prrhapn for a caik
Or cargo of ma-lted mi'.k
T1H5Y were steeped In crime? nJ
at various times
Thev Iiattlfil In iiumn.i. oth
And a dinner of cornej.hepf
THBY wouid figst a flwt f"r
some .deviled nieat
Or w)me rea lv.iiklrry iani.
And die for the sake of a choeolat
Or a slice of cold bolted ham.
SO the treasure hid by.Ca'ntaln
Or any old pirate hold
Would prove no doubt if jou
traced It out.
To lack any sign of gold;
AND when you'd dug like a doodle
Led on by the pirnto's plans
You'd find alas! some fsgs in
And a lot of sardine ams.
f Copyright. 19?3 NKA Service
Dr. 51. M.
Eye Ear Nose
Practiced llmlttd t
no9m t compton Uia
Offlee hours 3 to 1 I
in.; J tof 5 n.m.
Mrs. D. M.CranfTll
Studios Near Travis and Lamar
& tl i
h o 1
Ceases the hair
soft and pliable.
Used on Mfe. Sfozde
aH d (Wed fteads
Mrs W. R. truss
Over Kvd Marker VfrUft
aielephaae &.. liJt
So.nth of Woojwonfaa
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THIS AGENCY ESTABLISHED
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TEXAS MILL &
It you arc over going t
c have n general line
nuces right. Come to
G. L. Jen
342 Oak Street
Jrce w?y J .' I
If Not Right ReturrjOt and Get Your
Money Bapk Means
1! you aro not satisfied TUL-ylfrWchase or think you
G OLR MONEY BKCkSwf cahnot afford to havo
a dissatisfied customer. TlupsVnorrf than mail-order or
faetory representatives livill do.
RALPH PAINT& PAPER COMPANY
n- - - -j
We hac pverythtiiif
eerus at voa soluble i
fiuainteil m tth our .sv
our pmdtp-t. flereou'ljfind
WALTER T. WiTEiGROCERY
one qua'litv'on-prioeLone SERVIQE"
" T.HE WERY BEST)SSIBLE '
You'll Like to TrSaeHere I
Here's Your Chance
i-J?ny f? .!!4 mthsi ihs-v would Hk" to lm" .'
i iwa'y nwe wouW tmdily like 0 ir' om t tt tW S
H tould do mi with th
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118 1-2 Pine St. Telephone 1619
wo invito you to visit
jlcting the iustnlla-
it surpassed by
buying car lots
liryniniii or Pout-
ou and show you
produced at nny
ON U. S. L. Batteries
GET IT NOW.
i in most any line.
YOU NEED IN
urrueir-ht faiuy and stffnlo gro
rilO NIOUKflwifn ia tt-nll nft.
attention and the nualitv oi:
high qkality and low-pfloeS
that they were nuttuitr tllam
by doiutr so. If you do. iust .
what hind of a setou are interested
v. - will be' laoryfliail glad to iwstall
wiyuow -easy tuey are w
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