El Paso Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 27, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 16, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1007.
EL PASO TIMES
PRINTED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR
RY THE TIM EH Pt'BURHINO COMPANY
RIMER BOUJMKO, 221 3 R. OBEOOW RT.
SI MAIL IS ACTAMCa
Dsm asd Sunday, no* y*ar ........17.00
Dally and Sunday, kSx tm,ofh« ...... *.SO
Dally and Sunday, on* mouth........*!(>
Tk« (Sunday Tim** -n« year......... 2.00
Dally and Btinday, «n* month.......B6
Buborrlbart who Oil to reretin- their r>*[r-r
rtfularly srs rMjiK-Ktnd tu nullfy lb« Lu*l
MU offlca to that
OIia ptMofflo Eddrsss Id loll, tnriudtng
county and utate Its mil by money order,
4rtfl ot r**!»tf-r*-d letter.
Addtam all communteatlont to
TUB TIMER, El, PAHO, TEXAS-
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aa MMmt rlaaa ids 11 matter.
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TUESDAY, .11 I.Y 10, 1007.
, 2B1 Ring
. 20 2 Rings
Tho FI Paso Elk* constitute a big
port ot Ok uliow In Philadelphia
Tin* i.'hiitilinitimiK are still wri-rillng
Wl’ll Ok* .juvenile problem The
n hill . ure On- one* lo tviesOe with.
It H: ;i< :Iy natural iha! the Clti*
/•lie n-.-hllny on horDi Stanton Hired
:-:lioi|]c| object Ki liftvlOK a morgue
hnlll up iiEttiiiKt their Violin*' Knelt
<■ tnltllultinenie belong In Die 'hu-.iin-
Admiral Ktiltiitnoio's little 1H1 k
which Ik oil) It* ilbl I!nl make line
i'-rvetl an admirable purpose. Il him
bnui^tii out Die fact that all of
.1,1 fits M ;r M (1 it I i ] 111 I il II >1 geiniUlM ure
toiuily In love with Ok* I'nltcd Stilt".-:
I i r 1 o rrliov. the nrohlblOoniiitr: thill
he i- not given entirely to eoekuills
and elterrle Alt Fairbanks Jumped
Into cohl water lo rewuie n young
Indy Firm thing Tun known l*'n|r
lot nl. - will I haw ion and in* doing
oachnseltH vigorously voiced Ha re-
quirements to be reciprocity and tar-
iff revision, free hide*, free coal, free
lumber, free Iron and free wood pulp.
Minnesota, which elected a Demo-
cratic governor in MK)4. demanded that
there nhall be placed on the free list
all trust made article* and that all
protection ■diall. he removed from ar
t)c|es gold cheaper to the foreigner
than to tile American. New York
Democrats denounced a system which
iliable** a few lo plunder the whole tjey**d myself more at others,
body of their fellow citizens by chary
ing extortionate prices for the necea-
sarh s of Ilf** and the essentials of In
No administration has done so little
for the cause of tariff reform as the
one now In power. It has promised
and failed to fulfil! Its promises. Its
party leaders promise to make other
promises lot th<* future at tin* next
national convention The people have
In-en dec* Ived loo often and ure bear-
ing too heavy a burden to trust this
great question to other Republican ad-
Micks—Is he. a generous man?
Wicks—Oh. ye*. He Is always giv-
ing himself away —Somerville .lour-
Firs! Old lardy—What kind of n
time did you Imve at the funeral?
Second Old lardy—Well, I've on-
Mocker—What do you think the next
exposition will Inc about?
Rocker Roosevelt'* discovery of
the Ten Commandments,--New York
Admiral—And what made you wish
to become u sailor, my hoy?
Navy Candidate On m-rfoef good
faith I—lleconse he's got a wife In
j every j«irt„ sir.—Punch
Patience—Did you ever Hear the
Duetto sisters sing In eoncort?
Patrice—No; one always seems to
be it little ahead of the others.—Yonk-
The tariff in always a live issue add
the picks of lie- rcwnlry should dis-
cuss It every day until tin- people are
aroused to tie- fact that they are lu-lug
robbed b> the gov> riiiic nt to enrich
protected monopolies that hove nubsi
dl/.i-d tin- IU publican party.
A now-made bride at Treverion. T*u ,
sold kisses at II apiece and realized
$!'- which lilt- bridegroom pocketed.
Happy husband II the young woman
can only keep this . up! — PRixluirg
Don't know about that. In inch a
bunch of expert kissers she might find
one more to tier (ante than tin- bride-
Mr Bryan having remarked that
bindues* conditions In this country
would is- greatly improved If John
1) Rockefeller wen* sent to pri on,
tie* Brooklyn Ragle suggests that
"Mr Rockefeller .nilKlli expedite mat
by Offering to go to Jail for lie-
god of the country, which would be
a patriotic thing lo do," overlooking
lie- fuel that It would be Impossible
for him to get into jail by mutely
offering to l,e Incarcerated.
SERVANT GIRL PROBLEM.
The servant girl problem grows
more aggravated In FI Paso every day
Hut Its >,/ i iou.-mer-. Is not confined lo
tbis city From California to .Maine
the dearth of servant glrlu has, for
months, been In varying degrees of
Itjtore-i i e topic of women's dubs
Slid has even obtruded Itself Into the
more erlouK gat berlngs of men.
There appears to be ab earnest leal re
on the ;iiui of the girls or today who
have 'I wo'rk I'm a living, to avoid
any emplo' im-tn that will tench Diem
in l.eeome prneDeal housewives They
do nut wind to know anything niton!
"house keeping' <>t Dc ilidb-H thiti
qualify a woman for Ihe ri->porulhlll-
Hen of inking erne of a (home.
When argument In offered Dial there
li< a «hor'.iK-e in Die material for house
glrlu II run < afoul of the fact that
there Is no dearth of women looking
for work ill Inelorle- and dr pari Ill ell!
stores; Dial a mu-plus of Ihotiaanda Of
Diem are offering for uuch employ-'
inenl at half Du- wag ■» they can eurn
at house- work. And another faet
Is Timi out of all this army of women
seeking employment in departuk-iiI
-(ores, fruit factories, and unices, only
a minimum will consent to enter
dotnesDe service when the wages are
larger and Die hours longer.
"May I f*nII you Mabel?" he asked at.
their second meeting, pretending to
be badly stnlueii. .
' If you wish to; but my name Ik
Deri rude " Chicago IP cord Herald
Dolly Molly Wolcott told me a
irionth ii go that her new gown wan go-
ing to he a dream.
Polly—Well, 4hat'h all It l», so far
Her hualiand won't give In r the mop
ey for it.—Homerville Journal.
An old subscriber wrltea ns to
know what a married couple tan live
comfortably on, said the stenograph
“Tell In-r a thousand a year more
than they have," answered the corres-
pondence editor, wisely,—I,|fe.
The Mere Man till front of the the
atre).....Jteg pardon, hut are you a
The Pompous One (froejiinglr) —
I’m one of the underwriters ot Die
tickets for this theatre, If that’s what
you mean. Punk,
"Fxcitse me, sir," remarked the
weary wayfarer, "hut 1 don't know
where my next meal Is coming from.”
"Neither do I." replied Die prosper-
ous looking individual "My cook left
Hits morning, too." -1’hlliulolphla Rets
Tbr*e handled Iron railroad car*
for Koumanla have lieen ordered in
The Abyssinian army has 200,(ton
men and It* equipment Include* Tfty
Dermany'* army on a peace fn-efn*
I* illh.000 men. and that nl Prance i*
When the chimneys of the Royal
mint at Beilin were cleaned, about
IIJnmJ worth of gold Iv taken front the
The postmaster-general of the Dint-
ed Kingdom Hoa an army of 2(10,non
employes, 5n,0o<t of whom arc women
last vear the Transvaal provided
over 2(t per c -nt of the world's output
ol gold, I e, $lHi.|97,1Wi mil of 1307,•
The total area of the British empire
Is nearly ll.ion.nno square miles, or
more than one-fifth of the earth’s sur-
Of a million girl liable* born. K71.
2r,C mvt alive at twelve monDis Of
the Ixlf*, 70,000 fewer live through
the first year.
Of the eleven new star* found by
astronomers the world over during
the last twenty yearj. wavs Woman.
Hght were discovered by Mrs Wll
I lamina Patou Fleming of the Hat-
The begging business is more thor-
oughly organized In China than snv
wheiv else. The beggar chief of
Sooehow, who Is the king of the Chi
iK'-u- beggars, has an Income said to
he $15,000 a year.
When the chimney on the old Trls
Dam Ooldthwahe house in Fort Hill.
Me was torn down recently, 10,000
bricks were taken out, or enough to
build four ordinary chimneys This
one was built 195 years ago.
In his new book, "Three Acres and
it I.Ivins,' Holton Hall quotes a He-
brew proverb: If a man make; but 1
mousetrap better than hi* felkiws.
’hough he makes his lent in the wil-
derness, Die world will boa: a path
to hi* door "
Young l.ady You are a wonderful
master of the piano, I hear
Prof, von Spieler (hired for the oc-
casion i I blny Hggompanlinents
Y. l,.~ AeeompanintenlK lo singing"
.... , , . P von H -Aggoinpanlnients lo gon-
l he ( hlcagii I rlbitne lias been pub | vtdiautloqs.- Taller
li-ldtig a scries of articles on women’s
I have here," quid Die long-haired
visitor, "it little poem on spring.
“All right," answered Ihe editor,
"leave it. I’ll publish It. Nothing we
can do to spring will he loo cruel,
alter the experience we've had this
year." -Chicago Kerord-Herald.
And now these hygienic cranks
'want men and women to throw dig-
nity to the winds and go prancing
ever their lawns and around town on
their all-four* A French scientist
urges the -ill foilr mode oi locomotion
as a sure thing lo prolong life Now
wouldn't those two estimable gentle
•belt -of opposite -.(vies id aicllltee
•are Mr Kdwar.it Kneezell and
May.e Hweeney cut pretty figures
single-footing It down town lo their
himliK-: S every morning on all four;-
work an I In ii recent Issue this qm-s
Don was given n. practical hearing
through Die medium of letters by
working girls. One of these Is given
as typical, fur nearly all the girls
reach Die same conclusion. This
wii.er Is ii shop gin and 'has Die fol-
lowing lo say;
"Kverybndy knows Dial Die aver
age girl run make more as a servant
than a a worker In a store or factory.
In a great tunny of lie- lower class
stores a sab . girl never make- over
$'- ”r $7 'per week When she has
i aid hoard, lodging and car fare
she has absolutely nothing to show for
her work. In hundreds of factories
the gills work hard for In or 12 hours
a day for an average of not over $5
per week. The woman who earns $ 1 (>
per week Is lucky.
"Bui Hiiere is this difference between
a ,servant and a shopgirl. When Die
■lore or factory closes down for the
day, all work Is over. The poor girl
-d $.< per week i-. as Inde; emlent as
lie- tiDiiH, She can do whal she pleases
’mill the Dme for work begins Die
next day. The woman who works
In a household Is paid good wages,
and her work is not always hard, but
Parson (on a bicycling trip)......-Where
Is the other man who used to he here
Park (latekeeiier—He's dead. sir.
Parson (with feelingt - Dead! Poor
fellow! Joint'd Die great majority,
Park Dab-keeper—Oh, I wouldn’t
like to say Dial, sir. He was a good
enough mail, so far as I know.—Punch.
Tiu> Silly Season Is On With Our Folks Next Door.
term* of his court were
the court in connection
Fish rattght in -Canadian water*
| find their way Into the markets of,_______
Montreal and Toronto by way of Bw-i witty the Vm'aUathm.
Km and New York, and efforts are ____
belne made by the Canadians to over > Harm Stiles, « tanicttl-
come this loss of business. An 1b»- turist. In an interesting article sm.iks
proved railroad service, with up-to- j in nigh terms of Dm s-iocos tha:
dnto refrigerator facilities. Is cootem attended po’entiling date tree* in
] Laredo this season' and e*Us arten-
tioit to a date tree pok-ntated by Fred
r'lunrv*'* ^ ,!H'f “nJ? JW M l'"slnes’8 of insuring j would far overshadow the basket and
lr" °r,i'.rs 0,1 ns, s»Utv a"'1 bK-flust fire, storm and lightning. j the intermediate stage-the flour t.ar-
— j rel.
I nder the Ba*kin-M<^}ragor license j ----
Mil. Travis county has application*! A Short Interview,
for sixty-nine malt liquor licenses and j A number of years ago a somewhat
forty-three s'.ralght liquor licenses, tho j sensational journalist was making a
railroad service, with up-to-(in nich terms of the suw^V'thTha* .mVlriZi T'"S lJfor' ,.!^-8,1,1 »be latter ; flying trip around the world for her
rifioralor raoHDi^ mntiYm.f ail.*** »* ♦ re.Lxniv,;.. . .. V outlet! to sx»ll whiskey in addition,; newspaper. She stopped at San Fran-
a total of 112 saloons. The notices J Cisco. Among other assignments for
have'been posted on Die. bulletin hoard her brief stay there was a visit to
m the court, house as required and , Robert Louis Stevenson, who was
Dte county court will meet on the I then living in that
morning of the 10th day at 7 o'clock | Youth's Companion
to imiss on the licenses. 1 ......
Coalite I* the latest novelty in the
fuel line. As made In Newcastle, by
r process similar to that employed hv
the gas companies for the production
of coke, it makes no smoke and gives
off, It Is claimed, about twice the
heat, of coal, while a coalite fire lasts
do per cent longer than an ordinarv
While walking along a street in
C rediton, Kuglaml, a citizen was
alarmed when something sprang at
him from the rondwy and a large rat
fell lo Die ground. The rat made fitr-
Dter attack* on the man, who expe-
rienced some difficulty in keeping it
off Several passersby came to Ids
assistance, hut It was some time be-
fore they were able to kill tho rat.
Widffev Iasi winter which his borne
dt'U pounds of splendid fruit Deis year
JNcwa of Our (Neighbors j>
NEW MEXICO NEWS.
Porlales Is growing. There are four
new hulldlngH In pioeess of erection
In tie- business section, three of them
of brick or stone mid one of Iron, be-
sides the many residences which tire
WILL BE A LIVE ISSUE.
I rorn the heart oi I Ik- manttfaeHir
lug district of ......oat, the Buffalo
Times proclaim* that tariff revision
will he a live Ismk In the next prcsl
detitbil campaign Tin- Democrat* will
declare for a revision which will bene-
III tin- iieopb . who now in-nr tin- un-
just burden of tariff taxation, and If
Diey are successful nl the poll* such
a revision will ensue The Republi-
cans wll) promise it revision, but as
the people have been fooled so often
by Republican campaign promises H
is not likely that they will take any
stock in it '1 In \ would sooner be-
lieve that Dn revision would In- up,
for the benefit of the Dusts than
down, for the benefit of the people
The voters who want tariff reform in
tho Interest of tin- people will support
the Democratic ticket.
Democratic state conventions In-Id
last year voiced popular sentiment as
it exists today In reference lo the In-
justice of the present tariff system.
Georgia lb moernts declared that It
taxes the masses of the people to fill
the pocket* of the few. Illinois Dem-
ocrats condemned in unmeasured
terms the extorting of tribute from
the people at home so that foreigner*
may enjoy American product* at a
cheaib-r price than our own people.
Indiana, Iowa. South Carolina and
WlHeonsin Democrat* practically de-
clared for a tariff for revenue only,
the last named favoring placing on
the free list all commodities chiefly
supplied by truits and combines. Mas-
........... 'n niniiin BUI ll, 11II l | .
he has no time gin- can really call : -’"bit up on every side
"I have often thought tf hotisebohl
work could he measured out and paid
for id Ho much per hour it would he
possible lo gel a good grade of see
vants who would work just so hum
and for just so much money When
household work is pm on the same
bn*Is as work in a store or factory
Die voting woman of tie- country will
flock to it You eotthlti'f ge a briek-
i layer or a floorwalker to agree to
j work from early In the morning until
la’" at ntgi:ii without any recreation
lime. You must give Die household
servant delitilie hours of work."
MV do not know what the hours
ol the house girl are la Chicago, but
in Ki I’aso tin- servant girl generally
gels to work about " o'clock in tire
morning and quits u( from 2 to f.
o clock in Du- afternoon. Her wages
are from $2 to $t; per week. The
average department store girl receives
Irom $2 to $5 per week and works
from 7 a. m., to 7 p. in.
Idli n' k and negligence are tittle
b»s than synonyms for final fall are.
The more a man needs saving Die
less likely lie is to appreciate voitr
j savin* him.
No mere man can make a s-erel
sound as Important In the telling a*
a woman can.
Ii is mighty strange how many
friends a man will have when he doe*
not need them
It la funny how notch more a man
can spare for betting purposes than
for religious work.
Many a man keel>* happy because
he is too (loaf to hear what other
people say about him.
In the course of tine a man finds
that he can get used to even loneli-
ness in thl* old world.
A man will have to get used to a
lot of thing* he doesn't know about
here to enjoy heaven
Greatness U best proven by the
ability to pay no attention to the
little annoyances of this life.
Miss Amelia Phllbrlek, the Albu-
querque lady who was run over and
terribly injured by an engine and ca-
boose In the Santa Fe yards at Gal-
lup early Saturday morning, diet!
Sunday morning In Ihe Santa Fe
coasl lines hospital in Albuquerque-as
Die result of her Injuries.
Ii Is expected by Brigadier General
Tarklugtdn and the officers of the
National Guard of New Mexico, who
ate ■ familiar with the program out-
lined, Dial the territorial encampment
to he held at the rifle range north of
l.ns Vegas next week, will be the
most 'successful, both In attendance
and actual good accomplished, that
ht.s ever been held.
Sunday morning about 2 o'clock In
Santa Fe, Ricardo Alarid, while Intox-
icated, went to the house of Mary
Silva, between the caultol building
and the Rio Santa Fe, and beat her In
a most brutal manner. The woman's
head Is frightfully bruised, her nose
Is cut anil one of her arm* Is badly
injured, she Is In a serious condi-
Activity continues to Increase In
all parts of the San Pedro mining dls
trlet," said a Cerrifkrs mining man
who was In Albuquerque Saturdav
morning. "The Gold Bullion company
■and Do- other concern* operating In
southern Santa Fe county are settling
down to a steady hum of industry,
which Is quite etiemtraclng to a man
who has the interest of New Mexico's,
mining development at heart."
Albuquerque Journal: The report
last evening from Barela* was to the
effect that In spile of a search kept
up all day yesterday, It was Impossible
to find any trace of the body of Fran-
cisco Vlllcjos. the unfortunate trom-
bone player in the Mexican National
circus, who was drowned In the
treacherous Rio Grande lust south or
Barelas bridge on ihe east side while
In swimming shortly after noon on
Saturday. Swimmers were still at
work the greater part of the day yes-
terday and the river bed In that vi-
cinity has been laboriously dragged
companies now operating in that cltv
and consolidate them.
Professor Faust n Ollvera* ha* just
been appointed inspector general of
Dm slaughter houses within the fed-
eral district by the superior board of
By a circular letter Issued by the
International Banking Corporation,
'he appointment of Herman Schlle
wienzky is announced as assistant
manager of the Mexico branch of that
William Romper, an engineer of the
Mexican Central, was released Wed
nesd.'ty afternoon at Toluca, where he
had been taken on a charge that had
I men preferred against him tit Agnas-
A Chinese banking and real estate
association under the name of Banca-
riu y Tranvlas, S. A., ha* been formed
In Torrent! for the purpose of devel-
oping lands owned by the Chinese of
that city, and of constructing a street
railway to run from the city to an ad-
dition known as Nuevo Torreon, which
was founded by the Chinese.
Lie Fernando Sanchez, the newly
appointed Nicaraguan minuter, paid
hi* respects to Minister Mariscal a'
the foreign office Friday where an
interesting Interview was held, 'ihe
Nicaraguan minister will he received
by President Diaz early this week.
Tito Conilto Patrlotlro Liberal has
announced the installation of tne
board which will take charge of the
organization or the annua) demon-
stration Tn honor of Benito Juarez,
on July 18, Genera! Pedro P Yepez
being appointed president. Colonel
Felix Diaz, honorary preshident; Uc.
Miguel Bo la no ('echo, vice-president;
Lie Juan Dnblnn, treasurer, and Lies.
Modesto R. Martinez, Coustanclo Pe-
nn tdiaquez. Manuel H. San Juan
and Ignacio de la Pena, secretaries.
The Woodmen picnic, to be given
at Garland next month, will be one of
the biggest affairs or its kind ever
held In Texas. Addresses will be
ma le by Senator .1. W Bailey, Con-
gressman Morrl* Sheppard and others, j
Senator Halley has recently been 1 United Kt-il.-s
elected to membership In Die order, j Russia
~~ j Franco ......
UNITED STATES LEADS WORLD
Another indignation meeting was
held at the court house at ML Ploas-
am and attended by several hundred
citizens of Titus county to protest
city, says tho
Calling at his home she was told
that he Was too ill to see anyone that
lay. She wrote him an apiieallng lit-
| tie note on the back of her card, ex-
plaining that her schedule would not
J permit her to remain over to see him
Bus.iels. | later, and that as an interview with
775,2C1.790 I him was one of the chief objects of
450,000,060 j breaking (her journey in California, she
M DOircrOfl for ar 1wr\ minnf.v,,
5K county ,V................. isAOOtfioon saw httn "prop,,d"up in'VSuk nib
ing the rendition nf (*orman> ................ 144.754,000 tows, looking pitifully white and frail,
•...... 134,911,000 she was niu<:h shocked hni regretted
221.725.000 J begged for at least two minute* con-
268,574,600 | versation.
319.586.000 Permission was granted for her tn
168,000,000 ascend to his room, and when she
The'‘meettog US*pVUued !cSa"3
over by L. R Coiver county secre" m•.................. 131,614.000 ] her persistence. For once her usual
tary or the Farmers Union, and was |R ...........113,867,000 ; assurance^deserted^her^ad she stood
addressed by sclera! prominent eiii- The United States leads the world
zens. in the production of wheat. The
__ ! lObC world crops, according to tho
Insurance Commissioner R. T. Mil-
ner Instructed the attorney genera) to
bring suit against the Standard Mutual
Fire Im-urano.- company, of Houston
official figures, were as above.
Thy crops of other countries bring
the total up to the enormous figure
of 3,423,701,000 bushels, so that the
to forfeit it* charter The suit will I Ptexluctton of the United States Is
be brought in the Travis county court
on the ground of Insolvency The
company was chartered November in
too. seemed at a loss,
and after a moment or two of em-
harrassed silence, during which lids
hand* were fumbling beneath the
counterpane, he drew forth an un-
finished woolen stocking, and be-
ginning feverishly t» push the steel
needle In and out, he asked:
Ito you knlt?"-
N°- answered the reporter, ami
Slaiioing at tho mantel clock, she real-
ized with clmrgrin that tfhe interview
was ended. >
Ask for Flor do Mexico cigars. The
! best, cigar made.
marly 20 tier cent of the world’s out-
put A graphical comparison of -this
'■rep with the finished product typified
by bread and the intermediate stage—
!!our-- ls very interesting, and we have
made an attempt to show the magni-
‘ tede of the crop by means of well-
known object* such a* the Great,
pyramid and the Washington monu-
ment. ’ | _
If the 72.7.261,970 bushel of wheat j 1 1 ...... —
were placed fn a bushel basket of i a . t - • c
standard shape, the basket would ! ns a ru,e ,c >s a-safe practice
measure 792 feet in diameter at the I not to put into tllo stomach anv-
ftottom and 1,225 fw*l at the ifou jint! i *.L- . 1 ... *
would be 9*0 feet high, p wouid’have ; “lin8 t^at Is not nourishing ano
! u> hP strong enough to sustain the easy of digestion,
weight of 1.579,433 tong. The Eiffel ' ®
tower I* a good object for comparison.
Visitor* in the crown of ‘the tower
would be able to look just over flic sea
of wheat. After the miller has taken
the basket of wheat and milled the*
grain, he finds he ha* some 16,116,664
barrels of flour, which, if pm in one
l,uK" barrel, would be 1,214 1-2 feet.
K’bte and the largest diameter would
j j be 962 1-2 fere.
The baker now step* in, and out of
A few doses of this remedy wiil in-
variably cure an ordinary attack of
It can always be depended upon,
even in the more revere attacks of
cramp col!j ami cholera morbus.
It is equally so --cssfn! for summer
diarrhuea nod cholera infantum in
children, and is t i e mean* of *»vit<r ijthi/flour bakes «,M4.'8994«0 loavea of
Relive, of tuany children ea,h year, j, bread of sUnlard size :anj if this
<en reduced with water and j bread were all put Into one loaf it
would measure l.oqz feet on the bot-
tom, 1.387 feet at the top; It would
sweetened it i* pleasant to t*ke.
Every man of a familv shnnld keep
this remedy in hi* home. Buy it m w
Price, 23c. Lanon Size, soc.
also be 616 12 feel thick and some
-.158 feet long. If thl* loaf of bread
were ret on end. the finished product
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
is easily converted by the diges-
tive organs and supplies the nu-
tritive wants of ail parts of the
IO cents a package.
A report fe» In circulation In Torreon
to the effect that there is on foot a
project to buy the two local telephone
Janie* R Tillman and L W. Boone,
two prtsioners who broke Jail at Brown-
wood Tburaday night, were captured
in tfiie mountain* near Clio, thirteen
miles northeast of Rrewnwood.
Collin county went wet hy 2,732
majority out of about 6.000 votes cast.
McKinney went prohibition with all
other lioxe* except Lick Prairie,
which gave two anti majority. Last
year the prohibition majority was
1.904. Callahan county went wet by
IV. M. Holland has been formally
sworn In as county judge of the recent-
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