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UKli- . . Jf KUIt"V., f aid- V g iiit 1 Ml'., rlli- a.ly iiit i Igh lln:; day two .vis. Iks.' v. i-r, Isit ml mil it iiiii lay es ina he ro. ue XXVII. ran pun EI F0RL1ULATE0 ssador Wilson Not In Harmony rt'lth Administration Idfiw, Wilson Muy Iti'slgu audi II until Abdicate. Washington, I). C, July 28. Am Wiidor Wilson lit conference with V . President and Sot-rotary Bryan ,j ay urged the recognition of Mex- by tho United States, It bocnino j that the president's MP as dif o radically that tho day's de ents forecast as acceptable, J bassnitnr'a resignation V iresdeiit.is Inrlluod to doubt ' al wisdom of thu recognition veninieiit which cinne Into ,vei tnrough tho questionable ev e of Mndero's assassination. The biiHHador believes that bo Iouk as lerleun Interests am iirntoi ted, Ilu t should bo recognized. ho ambassador's lack of nympn wllli the ndmlnliitratlon Idea In to have convinced tho president lio embassy In Mexico City can A . . Conducted for tho present by N'.-l Mon O'Shaughnessy, first Secretary to tho embassy. Appointment of n new 'ambassador Is contingent upon the atisfactory -government In Mexico Administration officers were In- rmed today of a plan of mediation ' Mexicans themselves by which erta would abdicate tho provlslon presldency In favor of a man sat actory to both Federals and Con itlonalista. XV. 11 FN' AMI TUN SK;.Ii i) VISITING ie Signal editor took a del.gb.tful l last Sunday with t'nelo Men l to Funis Creek. That rnnimuti ,f substantial citizens which con tes a Fulistalillal part of Scurry (ty. All along tho way we saw an iduiice of feed stuff coming on. e ready to harvest and some not in tho head, hut looking strong healthy and giving promise of jdant yield. ton though small has good color body and Is growing and putting rultago so that farmers are look forward to a half to three ths of a bale to tho acre. That i-n has had very little rain till last k. Tho farina are clean and are tjfieitiK plowed agalu slnco the rain, "hero will bo lots of cotton market -''from that cotnni unity. . Fr-.r.Is creek school district No. 2n, " - il.s ono of trio uesi roiinirjr m ... Than hnvn B Kood ! !i me iTiiuiiti. ... - - . liool house well equipped with dr.v jnd blackboards. Tmf O. H. has been emploved to teach nero this year. Uncle Ben and I reached the plnce . o. liool wan over and found John Merrill, the Assistant Superintendent and ail his teachers tuisy at their work. This pencllinan found a class of ,,M timers. I'mle Hob Jones. I'. F. Vvilaon and Mr. M.Intyre, over In t.. .rn.r of the arbor won v. . Itiicheson as teacher and since they At l, -... ii . 1 1 1 h locklwl like none oi u " r em K i ev. ii. ie u " .... about tfl lesson In band, the parity r.t thlni' 111 R It i o ll n it' "i Ul 111 II III I 1 1 ' n't have time to tell the half !. know about the bible, lie knew., everr man. woman and child and 'they cre so glad to see him they kept him busy talking. The song s.rvbe was quit- -i Jovoble with John Mertltt a- Fad er and Miss Kva V.-v.'.h-y as .r; n ,t Li.d i.M r Sii.el .v ..h.a l I not: ...I there dldf.'t aol-u v go :. I"" remained for tl pn-a. Kiic ' Kven the c-MMreii ay, d and le ai l l't,. seriliotl. r Pro W. I.. Leo h is the pa-fr. lb .',.,.., of a family of pn acbers. .-.id .hut ,l...p.r.ig.-m.nt toward II." .. be tlui P.omi-e of the ,n,l- ,l t:.'"S and ,ond....ra. ..rc.ehed a Idunili good M-rmoli. u, .enducliiig a revival. Had Just rt,.l ! -M-'-l 1 J '1"1 , ,..wi,hMm.bi!-'-Theh..r.h poople a.e . pill lie p-edge to o- pera'e for a i.. - After frrvlrrsm-ela.1 numerous In , to dinner and Pn-I- I'-" .ti ill,. tr,e orraii " v 0 mull t a K ' ' a human could want to eat and Ilm brough said It was all grown tit home except the cugnr and coff.e and bread stuff. A drive over the farm after dinner I brought the proof that tne owner oi that fine plantation works when he has to. Like most of us lie has suf fered for rain but !:o Is now har vesting; at le-st 2U bushels of red maize to thu acre mid his sorghtiiii. feterltiiH, kafflr and white maize are still making and his cotton Is grow ing and proiiilKcs u good crop. Other fanners In the community are doing fully as well and In a few weeks those people will be coming to town with the fruits of honest and persistent toll. This r.i rlbe fei !s very much at home In that community, for they nearly all rend the Signal and It Is a pleasure to meet them and gee their well kept, homes. 'rin Slgnnl's ITirni Collection. Crank lirownflold of Koule 4 came In .Monday and placed several line maize heads in the Signal's farm ex hibit. Some fine mal.e and sorghum feterlttiB from I,. ). Klmbrough's farm, some from W. 11. McFarlnnd, C. S. Mushy's and apples from w. i. Kims' besides samples of millet and Sudan truss all these mid more yet to come make a collection wortli see ing. Come around and take a look. BAILEY HOI IN GUB Hall. J Will Not lie Able to I III Texas Speaking Untcs lis Hail lleen rim d. Will Not Come Out I'm- Office. Fort Wort Record ycKterHay prim ed tlio following from I's Wnshlng to correspondent. Washliigton, July 2fi -Various HtalenientH pertaining to Senator llalley anil bis plans which have np pearer III the lexart neWHpiiers caused an Investigation to be made today which develops two facts -first, Senator Italley's time Is si oc cupied with his law practice that he Is not now planning an early trip to Texas. Second, he has never contemplated making the nice for tiovenmr to suc ceed (iov. Collllllt. While It Is true Senator Halley was endeavoring to so arrange bis business affairs as to lie utile to make a brief visit to Texas the last of this month or the first of next, he has stilted to friends here and In Texas that It Is with regret that he finds ho cannot get away from his office. Senator Halley, It Is understood, ha written friends In Texas and K( , of tb-se letters will likely ap pear In print, denying that he has any political aspirations. In his talk here he has made It clear that ho feels his training and experience are not such as would qualify him for the administration duties of tho of fice of Governor. Whll he keeps in close touch with affair In Texas and his Interest in I he Stale Is a great as when he f-rv- , " 1 w I In congress, he l.elleve:! Hie limn who would make a successful tov- - , .Iw.nlil have more experience i n ii ti rni k ' of the Stste legislation ami adminis tration that be has had. This is the ihb f reascn he Is be . -v. d to have assigned In bis letters for refraining to give ear to the fuk gestlon of bis friends l ha: be enter the r.re for the ( '. ul em I'orlal iioi.i inal Ion next year. I I I .11 l enl. Fast Fridav aficrii.c n Mi-. "-'' .,r,h c.eertaim-d the Fl F. V,r. '""' in a very d. lightful infoimal man- i ter. The roo:i' wlojre tables wer- ar r.i-.. e.l t. r f.,:ty-tv., x. re fiide -rv attr.e !U" w i:h 1. a it.ful dahii.i k:u- . f,. is. After eni.n ina k-. ral ia- t.res.lng g i-.s. a deli. .-u - .'ad i ours " n red. I Tl. .df tin ctns's fav.rd it, mii Invi'a'!. n to this charming , l,,,.,.;-al.tv Im I.r.b-d: .Men.l.imes A. I. Urown of rnnis. Autry of Houston. Harris of Comanche. Collier of Whit ney. M ' France i:altin of Cal. ve.ton. Hirris oi Comanche. ERNATORIAL RACE Snyder, Scurry County, Texas, WDRKOF COUNTY LEGISLATURE GOMMISSIOP 1SJBRINDING I X I (I I :S Tax I.cv). Canvass Vote (In Constitutional Amend incnts. Other Matter. The Commissioners' Court was In set-sl' ii last Friday and Saturday and among other Items of business t urn-j ed out they closed n contract w It h ' lb.' West Texas Hriilge Co. to build a new steel bridge over Hliiff Creek ! on the Ira-Sharon road nt a cost of $51 7.5(1.: i t.lnv. Coliiilit culled tor the np- IL P. Strayh'trn was before t he . ,,, ,, ;,ri a t Inn bill and a 'Milne sky la w" court to explain n project to build aiaul i. 1 1 i !r . n s have been going to large Irrigation dam on his farm six; him to submit oilier matter. . miles west of Snyder and asked that Tien- are tl.r-ats of fiiig a high In the event that such a (lain should ' tax rate to meet the ( ond It ioiM of lui In anyway damage the Itlock line j pi uveniontfl intended to be met by a road running by his place, that he bo ! limitless bond Issue. The principal not held liable. The court discussed ! roponenls of the bond amendment the matter and In order that Irrlga- I seem to think the Texas voters are ton be encouraged they agreed to hold him blameless In event of ilatn agert. Tho court canvassed (lie vote cast In school disti ll t. No. S, Coiiroe, .lime 21. for in cents special tax and de clared the same carried by vote of T, to II. In Wheat district, No. 17, held June 7, for 2n cents special tax car red 11 to 6. Camp Springs, election June for 50 cents spec ial tax, -arrled 1.1 to 10. Cunt Mne district estaldlslel out of territory In Nolan, Scurry, Fisher and Mitchell counties. County Treasurer was Instructed to transfer $7.1 from the est ray fund to the Jury fund. County Judge (. if. Ituehemw was granted a leave of absence from the county for 10 days beginning July 2H The court went over th" Siulget of expenses and taxable values and 'lx- ed the 1!!3 tax levy as follows .Jury fund Court House Sinking Fund . .lail It.uid Sink Ing Fund, . . Court Mouse mid Jail Fund ICoad mid llrblge fund . . .01 nr, 1'. .02';. . . .01 . . .1.1 K 2 - ft (ieneral fund Total levy per $lfil. (Ml. .$n 4rt 2 3 riw, Court canvassed the ret urns of the amendment election held on Inly If, and found the vote as fol lows: Sec. 7, Art 5 - Additional Judges. . For Against Snyder 37 2 0 197 17. 27 39 1R 24 4 44 24 Funis I lermott Fluvanna " Conroe 1 Itlson 3 lied Hluff " Ira Hethel Hunn 2 Lone Wolfe 0 Pyron 0 llermb-lgh 1 Camp Springs 2 Canyon I T(,tll 66 62R and the anils are a little Hfrald to Sect. fiS, Art. 11. Officers Salaries. Itle to him. Tom Hall has a good rall For Against road Job and Is satisfied and CuIN n 3.' 3 ll 7 1 3 I) r, a 2ol Snyder Funis Iiermott . . . . Fluvanna . . . (Vnroe P.iw.n Ited lil-iff . . . Ira IVM.el Iniiiii I.one Vo!Ce . Cr"ii ! t M.'ell ti I 'i M i T i III' in L'M 11 is 24 4 41 2 I ii I 1 1 2 1 !! 4 0 fir, ; i'.omi for A - I i Can von Te-al . . . I I H. c. I 211 1 27 4 ' 1 a 4 .11 J 1 11 '.'1 3.1 , ,;. r i: : ' i I i . i : t o' r. ' i' :-i n i: -i !: 0 0 n o . n , i 1 0 2 In Reth.d iMir.n '.one V. ''!fe . P r n 11. rm'.eith Camp Spring Canyon ..... 671 August i, V)l!t. Coliiitt I Inils Opposition, Politic Hobs I lit T.very Turn. The special session of the 33rd Legislature has been at work one week and part of another. Almost as soon as they met they began to fig- ure t hat they couldn't get through In ,",n (;iys but the (iovernor Intimated r 1 t uluit they fall to do In that tlmo i n n go undone. short In Intelligent, and they pro pose now to spank the nrutul major- It y with a high tax paddle. That $.ino, niiii fine collided from the S-andard OH Company less the $13, (lull deducted for fees has been causing discussion. Some want to put the morey to the general fund so the legislator can get their milage and per diem without discount, others want to apply It to cert:in improve ments of public Institutions. The (iovernor wants It used to retire cer tain A. ft M. bonds. A red rag was waved the other day whe-n a till! was offered to pro hibit shipment of Ibinor Info dry ter ritory. Any kind of a liquor measure stirs up the litiimals. There lias been considerable wrangling ever putting In effect the law to elect Frilled States Senators by direct vote. It looks llgo that meas tire needs only Intelligent applica tion and the matter would probably be put through nnh'kly. but for the j fact that the politicians '111 to be af-..ld of the people. j Oov. Colquitt submitted a list of vacancy appointment a"hd the Senate i took very kindly to most of them. liut when they came to Hen Cab. II j for the penitentiary system and J : Sheb Williams for a place on the A. A- M. College board, there were sena tors wlio saw factional pollths and a halt was called. Cabell has not proved a blooming success as a penitentiary man and Williams lias shown himself a nar row partial! to the disgust of thous ands of democrats. The truth Is, Austin Is a live bee hive Just now. Nearly every fellow has his eye on the Indicator. Colquitt Is an avowed candidate for the Prilled States senate and spaou writers have placed Culberson 64 j almost In bis grave. 11, There are about it dozen patriots 22 'who want to be governor. W. P. I.ane frfl has shown himself so fussy that the 23 pros are not taking to hltn very read 25 'lly. and W. A. Hanger Is not credit- led with any great degree of ability 'Thomas Is so newiy married that we can't tell where he may come In. There Is a crowing wave that niav sweep Joe Halley Into the running and he will be a hard man to n. His senate record will be against him ul'h many people but his personal matnetlsni promises bad for whoever may fc" li)i ai:.iilist him. It wll: be hard for the rreai army f ilevim r.i t -i p. T.-li. fore (i,m!e.l:ed to t!,e gulf 'o evT fnr::-'t that fin con vent im. .1,1 in I ti .. ..old m lie 1 . n , i i ; : ; a ul 1 I f. W 1 1". !l !' ll r.i a : i I I ; .. I I. Cut 1 . vii-' r til .In a s ill ' I r: -hi i- a;;' t,, ba 'd refi ll .-.:)- :; - ' iol!S ! :t.itt t ild In a br.rry b b 1 'IP' I b '. it lit 'IT'.' ;r th. re i. I;1, n..t be another s.-s n ...''-I .s.;.....Uer Terr-1 b'.s told the ;in::.e he will not .:.it.d f. r any dl"a'orv tad!, s. TI.ey n.Ust do business. Peter Kal'ord. pr.i,e.t of fie Fart .era" I'nion .Induced the II n.-r Appropriation Conmlttce to insert $1".." "" for two "nr In the appta- prlatlon bill to be used by tho De partment of Agriculture for malt. rain lug a market bureau. The rommlt'ee lias completed the bill dealing with die eleemosynary Institutions mill lias left only the miscellaneous, anil deficiency Items. Tho house has passed the hill making appropr'a lions for the Judiciary. The House committee today Insert ed 2.ln, btio In tlie bill for a new lire proof building lit Southwestern In sane Asylum at San Antonio to ac commodate 5(10 patients. (o(l Samples of Apples. ; Mrs. W. I). Sims and Mrs. C. S. Toiler were pleasant visitors at the I S i u'lia I office Monday and were much Interested in the Signal's co'IocMon I of farm prodiu'. Mrs. Sims added ... t to the lollection some cry nne ap ples fro'ii their on hard In the cast part of Snyder. These app1 s are unite ai.d juicy wlinesr.es of the a daptabllity ' f Scurry county for fruit. Hain at Miami. Miami. Texas, July 2S. A half inch rain fell lie-e l;;.,t night complet Iiik a fine season for summer plowing and putting the finish on mllo maize and k.iffir corn, lirass is fine and the s'iii k:n n pleased with conditions. U, 5. SENDS MES SAGE 10 HUERTA llemaiols That liiimeiliiile Action I,,' Taken In Itcgiml to Shooting of Inspector Hivmi Washington, July 27. -Strong rep roaentat ions, the most draslii in phraseology bhat have been made since ;l,i present American adminis tration came illM pow er, v. ere mad" to the lliier'- c.ov v i nmi nt In M.vii today. The I'nl'ed Stales ;.ov em eii'lil de i:o ;i.. not only the .r.Miipt arrest, e.iiirf in i n ial and p. it i ii im-rit of til" Mexban federal s..,!i.rs who shot Charles II. I ikon, the American im-t'lig-ation off ii at .lu.r, Mexico lill' tlie I 111 1 1 ill: te reie.i. e of CluTl-s. !b---ell nil. I l-. i-'iard .M.lloiald. inin Ing inanauers. Imprisoned by federal soldiers at Chihm.hiia Cii.v. and said to lie t lireati tied wit Ii ox-i tit inn. So serious were these Incidents re gar. led in official circles that they overshadow ed lari'ely the theoretical considerations of poll' y which the visit of Ambassador Henry I.ane Wil son has broui-ht to a climax Fl Paso lU'CfimcH Kc'sfie... Following the shootltiL." of ( has. It Illvon by Me.vl.aiis at Jaurez, a cor respondent at V. Paso sent out a report w bi h said : "Keeiing runs high in Fl Paso to night and all that is i led to Mart a movement to cross the border to avenge I'lxon Is a leader Troops are patrolling the border and will fire vent Americans from erasing. Fed erals have threatened many Aineri cans and It has become dangerous f..r Americans to cross the river. Consul Kdw.inls. a Taft appointee, Is being stroutrlv .ensured for h.. re filial to offer A tn erica is. arre.e,., ,v Federals, assistance and ' on. irr. .v morning an I'.l Pa.i pap.-r w i!i editor lali v ask h is rctuov al It. J II. T.ipp.-n. ..f '! io. :...' ' tiotl serviie ill K I I'.l-.". 1- a' .' laf"-' intending Hie i : . j i 1 1 1. '!'.. 1 1 pro-, si: ! I'. mi t lia' i! U I.. ' .: it. t" ti " 'I F W . r 1 1 i r' 1; i: i I M i ii:t ( HHIxll tN HI H H 1 i re wii be I a! i r s"t . i ' nr .. ( ! i . !;;.r 'I t.-x 1. rd s ,!.iv as r.ii'ew s I ..... ',. "!. : . 4. a m. c.e p. im!. .'i 1 1 . a. m S rim n. 11:11 a m Tri'itiil.g 1 l ll.eetil g 7 . ' P II. S. r:' on v en p. j,,. Frayr .n.d Ptise a.nl C o.r .r.i. -r j.-e e ry W.-dte - lay 7:4". p in. on are inviie l and heart. 'y ! rome Coir.e and bring some or.-' ith you. Thomas N. riunkett. M.t."r Number 7. RE5I0RE IRE USE OF BAT Humphrey Will Introduce I Wit I Mik ing to llegiilnlloii of Prison Discipline. Austin Texas, July 27. Tho re turn i f the use of the "bat" or whip, fAi prisoner. In the State peniten tiaries ii. proposed In . bill to bo In troduced Mcid iy by It prescntat he Humphrey and others, looking to a regulation of the prison discipline. The bill provides tbet i'ot more than ten 'ashes shall be given .' one tlmo, mid 'b at only on written orders of two of the I'r'son Commissioners and in tin- presence of the prison physl . Ian, w ith a system of formal reports and provision for Cnind Jury Invest iga'ioti into ail whipping. The slo of the bat is pr'-scribed and the breaking of the skin of a prisoner w.'uild constitute a misdemeanor. The bill proposes to reduce the sal ary of tie Prison Commissioners from $3,0(10 per annum to $(! per day for time of service, and fixes a rnln Imiiiii salary of 2o per month for guards, with provision that al! guards in the service shall be reduced to that amount a nil raised according to efficiency $2 In per month until a $'!u limit is readied. Cainbling or the use of Intoxicating liquor by guards shall be grounds for dismiss al Stripes Altdtkbcil. The wearing of stripes by prison ers is abolished and the bill provides that prisoner must he furnished vvlih such religli.iis literature as de sired arid inns' be g i von t i me to at tend t'"li"ioits worship on Sunday. Tho statutory classifb at ion of prisoners vv oubl be aboitdicd and the classlfl i ,'i ; !. ft to the I'rkoti Commisslon- Ineorrigibb . it a us l i us' b. and kept ei'iii'S iiii.l paraie from M ut h.T pi i-orci s Ti e ten hour 'in.it on labor of prls i m is Is retained ci.iy as to thoso working- Inside Hie walls, and tlios. '.orkir-t on farms ate limited to tho hours between sunri-.' and sunset, with one hour for dint., rs. I'ri.-oteTs must i.ot be made to run tn and from vvntl and no prisoner may be pl.oed at any work before be has he. ii (vaii.iio d by a physi.i.ui to' .let. rmiiie w he'b. r his strength w ould p. rm it that k hid of labor. -Mill. lav Work in Piocigeiu j . (ivettime provision of the present, law would he abolished and work on Sun. lavs . ould on'v be required in ex treme emergency 1'i-n.i It ie are pro vl.b'd for gving or selling Intoxbat i ng li'i uors to . on vi. t s Several new . ffi.es would be creat. e. l, among th.-ni a discharged con vict agent, with :!.e duty of assisting .lis. barged lot vi. is to return to hon . st pursuit, and a gen. ral superin tendent, lo be appointed by : board c, mipi.se. I of th" ( 'iint roller, State Tre.isnr. r and Att.Tio-v cieneral. Sp. iifi. prov i.-ions are made for humane treatment of lonvicf and f. .r prop.-r . lot lung, t'ee.lnig and inoi i al attetit ,. ti Fmpbive.. aims'iig r. i, vets in any v ay w.ei!.! 1. mi! je. I to i mi tnedi.lt . ile'i. is-.,' M I si, i n. its Miir.b r at H.il.i. I la .j .. .1 ; I v - V F'.ori'll.'.' ! ;i . a . .!.i i - ' ' r ' I .' r . raan. i .. .ii. 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