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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1904.
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V 1 1 : : . iiul liri'ii nl' In. ik enough iliii.'iiiiin lir ilic p.-oplo in know wiiii llh., are. win re llii'.v came frniii. or why tin v wi'i'" lui'i'i'il l leave i licit Irl n.ii.-l iiij5 plan-. I iluii'i believe that Ui! sin nl people nl' i hi.; -c til i: t y will In' misled iiy a i.v : nrli i.i!i' ic:i ml, Inn will iimli'i'slaiid il:i purpose, nihl will stand Iiy llli1 ciiiiici',!lic iiaily ami its nominees. ,". ii hi:: assertion I tint ho Intends, 1 !' 111 l l.'l'l illtl. HI (I'll till! M'llll' win t' iiiul Iiiivv iliis nullify was spe.il. I will !'ay in him llint ho Is al liberly to ilu si i. ami I ''in ready In moot him at any li:i: publicly, privately, or p.'l;;on:ilIy, ill lllose limners, .'ill. I will ili-'tiaitil ifi llii' liMMi'c thai In1 confine himself :,lrielly lo I he I null. Ite ..pi'i'iliilly submitted. I). P. WHEAT. Australian Curiusity. Aiii ::tlin-.i goo Insists recently di:' envoi nl a .exeat i uriosity in the sh !p-' or a lir.lt (if opal. The llsh is iiliont three and one l.aif IV. t Ion;,', and i ' uf llio Khr.pc of tlio tloi'-il.sli. It lias ilh.tiiict opal M-iniivAS. River Okirts Lake. One dis' overy mailt! by an expler- in- th: i:!i'ty In Aliysiaia recently isth.l l'iei- (1o!o sl;il'ts the !:oi!l!ieniino..: exliemity ef l.alie Tata ine-fad 'I l!.,wmK into the lake, as was litl"-irl;. believed. Opportunity. V.'lifn Oppert unity knocks at ynu: iloer, r.o tiiid tl en ' l'i',,l:. ;1"I RtanU .--till Mid-rinK lit her Ih'c::iih f.ht wasn't iti Ut date euoimh to riiK tin eleclrie Itell. Scmerville .lonrnal. Wonien Knew No Birthdays. Amoii; fvinaU' .Meors birthday ceie aliens are unknov.n. A Mnnrisl. In woman roissiders it a l'oint. of honoi to bi abftilutei;. Isnorant of her aa. Water as Sound Conductor. The '..i.un:'. of a hell which can lu heii'il "JOii feet throiinh '.lie water can he beard ibroiish tho air only 4."f feet. Oil for Locomotive Fuel, til l'ie 1,"..'it lncoii'.otives owned am! iijk : it il by the Sent hern I'aeilic nr.j mi r. nsint" oil as fuel. (HI Tartar Alphabet. The Tni'tar alphabet co.ila'ns 20 left"!'.: 1('"" t'i" I'':' ' i:l 'b'' worl.l A Creat D:slirg Farm. A novel enterprise, that uf raising (lis!, fair-, is In-ill'- e:l(ilt--d by a nmn lier i I siei'herii C.ilil.it ui.l hoi I ii ult ur bis. who iriviml the iii:piial ion for the scle'tii" from t'harles Hiehantsen, whoso. Kiii-di us in Pasadena are be riiaiint; faiii'.as for tin ir r. iiiarl.aMe proilm lions. Mr. Kicliatil.ei; bas stio cisyfniiy raised many uro-.iihs new to American soil, and this year is ex roeilim all bis previi.ns triinnptis by lab-'iii:; (hoie-Hiiiis of dishr.".i;s. Last year Vr. Itiehai dsott's string beans, vl.o h ineasnres forty thu-e inches lit letifth. crenled n Mir, but lih-hr.it- !:--(. which, with thiir peir'-mt t'.h '.: r.te -. twine filnint oran'-'e trees, pains. . i::tc iim and ; aeh trees, and "l: in ill the f-i eolei stiiry windows, hi'l fair to win the rhaiii;!"!!shic f'":" th.' Im an-.. T!i"?e di-I.ta:,-'. or ti.i.le M-'iiC !-. as tbi-y are onirti.:i("i r.-:i'i'd. ar.' iml t-oiii 'is to Afrii n: but tmw that i lias l i n iN-uion-irated t.-it i hey mill thrive In Ibis t-ountry H;. y ar- 1m, nail to l,ef.f: a " tr l'f Nincti.'tl. 1 be Is look bl. l c-iie'ii..;. r. loit In n ripe tne --lo '! is l.ri l. ii nnd a s-ijli.e tli-cloteu. .N't"- Yui k, 1 1 ib'tne. itwfl tiirinitni tj niii".t J-I ri.i-.'',ctj iii-iii jia ii-'.. tt I'U uta u: i ito"i! i'l iu tu i" I-ii- --.:! 3 "I "1X it-o'l 3-ri iuriUTi. -"Il (I s " u !,: ,m o.-iou -'t ''r I ') j . ;.. '(! HI' I J i. . u f iir.ui.J "j"!--: u-.-i'i. ti i ; ::! ; -. M V -J : , ) 1 1 tl u J. -I o-I ;i: it 1 I - il i I ' . II! - J . 'J '.in ' I J . I Fixed Price for Wives. Tlio nnciont Oi rin.'iitH, Kiiskuiiis. Hr.r piindlaii,:, nnd nll.cr nuilnn.i of ICitroi I laced a fivoil pi-Ice on tholr wlvi's. a la proven by their old nu'ildliif- soar. .Many of the. old Kimsia wi'dillus unit' refer to tho piirchaso of wive:;. i soaic .tarts of HushIii tho l,i:siii:i pays a certain smii of money to ;l. lii'ldo'H brother, after which the nrc 'jiont Is made, and they Klni: Tin brother bus Bold his slt.UT for I. crown." Tibetan Earth Dwellers. Earth dwellers are common In Tl hat. Strangely clad men and women who since childhood have rarely looked upon tho sun, are found livlnr in roomy clay a. artmenls In a mod" as stringent as rev monastic order They are suppll with food and ot.h er necessaries by their children, who nlono leave tho caverns; and much of their time Is occupied In extending their curious residences. Black Absorbs Heat. A French authority bad two ther ip.onioters one of ordinary ulass, the other painted black placed In the sun. In the white glass tho mui-ciirj rose to 144. Under the black paint It went up to 157 in the same position. The inference Is that people who wear black co.its are warmer in tho 6unshine than those who dress in white. Pjrsley "lea. Ma-'.v of l he old herb "tear." that i;:r !.ratiil-.-!o,I'."fs used o make are i. : fiil, beiliK soot I'.iliS to the (lij.'cst ivc ev.:i::s. A cup of one of thes-.i teas, :::.('.'; before i-clirin:;. will often pro- oito rest .weel :: :e. Kouad KliuiibiT. Among r.ho '(!. ular are those mnilo from uuirjoiani, catnip, camomile. I!l.:.sed ::-:il parsley. Parsley i ::: said to bo particularly boneiie'ial i the kidneys. The parsley ahoiilti ( stiv.cd n little, so as to bring out l e os.- eneo. Tiy il. Lowest of the Quadrupeds. Ai"(iiu..i produies also those lov t o.' the quadrupeds, the diickdiiiled vatir l.-ole ami lite echidna, or Aus tralian porcupine ant-eater. They, rthtns with tho kantwoos, may he tln K rioi d as the .uioiindilnus of the .-animaliau fiiinily. for in respect, of !l:eir strmlure tiny are of a much 'ower grade than. say. a (Iok or a cat. This inferiority is seen not only in li e. brain, but lu many other detail? nl' tied:- I"--Mr. tinny. "L-ct Tag Fir Looking." i t ' I'-i't' b;lir , .., i.iii" a l'.vl pnlr ; -. i 1 1 i t 1 : : :ii . it :i"in i" liiinl a clialr: l..i..i lie, l"l I' "Ml.--" nn-liiii" i:'rl. it!i a sunshine licirt, , ...in l i ... ii t.!i" Mi l" I':,lt- v-,,.,. ..,.,. (..ii'-.c lifnl ln-r say, so :i:i.ut: ).., i (:,;; f.ir 1'" IdllK. ",;. i. i ,,i f-i. i..l- tiuist rmi't." thej M. ,.' ; with t.-ars this day, j KK.it li.-K i-"iio away. i.:il t i- i"i I. in!. in,:." f.. i! i.'. Willi :-'.l. "I'" wnltn for mo, "m..!. ::.: I i"".'S 'ivMII l,e ' l.:ist I:. k t' l I. ...I.ii.'j:.'- Work cf British "Grafters." .c' i viin - to tl"1 ciinimitli e of pub ,r a.c.'iiiii". uh-'h :-.ile "e.raftinR" pr. m W' I in t!io Ihiti-h side during tho j;,,. r . ar. For vampi". out of a i. i 1 ..'i ,f is'-ti'il to tb i in i i ri.il ye-imanry otnniittee. $;,2 '.". j o ... , .ni 1.'.- ! aoMHii t d for. lf !: I s sni.'l.' ! ' ita. on the South I iiri,.,r f.,n-i. l'A i!i-d at -a and the j ;; maiirii--- Stt ' cm no' In- tiac. d fnr- il er tl aa P' ira " A for n-nioiint't. .- hi ' i 1 T.o"" I ot e and 1 "n.tnnt niu! jfij.i ..i- d lave I., .ti k T,t M Afii'a. j. y ,. t.i r.".J mules can tto." !.. ..i d for. V?jrs-itr Dyspepsia. I I.?. -ii . r ' it ; ib- ' ett't ..- ... ii. s - !. pia lo'.l ., i .. .. x ; i'- to it-. I t .-!. p .-:.: ' - t." -. .f.i.r. ! j .! f !,..'. f . " J.i.-'.TI 'JT 1"". j i-,-, vb.t.:i-: :s "I.-, f.'. r . b r i .i - ' v '-" r. ' 1 t.-fi; t ! r . .-i :u ie: .- ;:-' '-r .-i s-ir , . , i c f' ii-'i If -!r- t- ., .-Il- . T'i - lTl. !t i t"! . :.. t li'-ti- TT-'-"' is t" " l1 i. - a The Flat Headed Borer. Tho ik'sdniiilvo treo borer m well known to bortlculturlM j an tlio Flat headed ujiplti true horr and to tuto mololbts ai t'hiyiioliotbrls femorata U found In all part of tlio country Hint annually Uestioyt vast number of trees. It attacks apple, pear. iiili:ce, plum, peaeb. cherry, anb, ulin. wiinplo, hox eldi r, sycamore and willow trees. Tito Injury Is tlono by the flat headed borer during Its crub or Inrral slugo. Tlio adult Intei t Is a beetle about half on Inch lontr. thlttlnh-ob-loiiK in form, ublny jireeii'sli black above ami copper colored below, Tue femalo ilepohlli her em,'s In the crev Ices of the bark of tho trunk and main branches, usually on the soutW or houthwcbt ride, where tho ei'eiU of tho Ktin uhjii tho trco Is greatest. In our locality the most of tho CKgs arc probably laid (liulni Ajrll and May. AltbouKh euss aro sometimes deposited by this Insect upon healthy, rrn S. Chru.v.hnthrt femnraia: ti, larvaj b, licctli'i c head of uiulc; U, pupa twice uut unit bIj! (orlKltiiil). wcll-eslabliKhed . trees, It evidently picfers to select- sickly or nowly tranfrlanted tines, especially those wheso barjc has been Injured by ex posure to' tho sun. The eggs hatch within n few days after being depos ited. The young larva soon eats ih rou ph the bark and proceeds to bore 'it some depth beneath tho surface, I'-iiVing behind It a flattened channel. !. ir.etimes a single borer will girdle i tico and cause its death. The larva reaches Its full growth by the end of tho cummer, being then a pale-yellow-isl: grub about half an Inch long, with a broad, flat head. During the winter it remains quiescent. The next spring t bores out nearly through the bark, then moves back a little and under goes its change Into tho adult beetle form tho transformation being com pleted in about three weelts. The beetle then cuts an opening through i.l.e bark and escapes to continuo the ork of destruction begun by its am coators During the warm part of the day it may be seen flying about In tho hot sunlight. There are three ways of combat ting the borer: (1) by destroying tho grubs while they are at work In the treo; (2) by tho application of some substance that will prevent the eggs being deposited or will destroy the t'i'gs and newly hatched larvae, anc! (3) by wrapping the trees with some thing that will prevent the females yuining access to tho bark. But, by the best methods known, borers are .liilleult insects to combat. The larvao .r.ako their way Into the wood so soon after the eggs are deposited and keep so completely out of sight as ihey work, th-t they may do much "ii jury before tb&'r presence is sus pected, and aro difficult to kill when detected. It Is a case where an ounce jf prevention Is most decidedly More elective and more economic.xl tliau a Hound of cure. Arizona Station. Is Seedless Fruit Fertilized? For some lima there has been a be .'.'e, that seedless fruit Is developed without fertilization by the pollen. There wave boon cxiiorlments carried on to determine this and it was tiiougnt that the experiments were re liable. , Without doubt tho men that did the work believed that the fruit vas unfertilized and were entirely sincere In their expressions in thu ..-gurd. In South Australia, however, some very elaborate Investigations have been put on foot to discover if tho Zanto currant, tho well-known seedless current, was produced with- out the Intervention of fertilizing i processes. In a word It Is decided b the experimenters there that tho cur rant, t hough apparently seedless. Is , tho product of fertilizing processes. I At first experiments were made to produce seedless rnrra::!" ' v r r.nv ing the piillen a few- days botoru it was toady to be precipitated into the ovi-les. This work the experimenters did with the preatest of care, bet In the end pronounced It Impossible to do the work so carefully that a f". prams of pollen would not get it.'n the ovules of thf fruit. The Investl pation Fhnwed further that the tivub-s of these stidli-FS currants an? nally fertilized and inereas'! In Flze for atout t-n days, after which they abort. This pri-vrits th fed frcrc (nviloping, but the groth Is etarteil by the fertilisation In the belnriinr. This U jrol.itii'y the rs: with all c.f ioir F'--'lli'K fruit. Tbo rrnwth I 'art'd by th- f'-rtilira-ion In th i.r ll.narr y. anl tbrn tie- r 4 f-irr a tb'ti 1 i."ipi1 anI t! is p;v s rnoro i,(t to tii; d-vi loj.rt.' tit if tie t 'i'p i,f t-" fruit. TLis Is i Jt a dark ":t. Tl" J T-iZT'-f- f-ii in l:- f ' ". U at tl mr. ' -t' i.t . n -i ;e i.a.rvi;, n i I-fci-i-- t e f , - ' rat'-.n ti l.i t r 'f . ji t.- a i-i .il h iar w . at.-d 'lit an ill ' iu t';:I- 'f II' tj- T T. of I ' NATHAN SELLS IT f OR LESS. Hal ana ulubur. lino u a fei'iuir ii.odo fur iii'dini. I U pr miff uf rat and inii e: i )oti will epilnklo miliar on yotn I. arn th or nnd ilirom;li your corn n .mi utttltr It ibeie will not he a ri:i .- im luo uli.ail. I have done litis f.M icvital e:il. uml I huve never been Iml In led with ruts er mice. I hsw K.n.e old corn In my crib at pre i t and iml a rat or mouse can be found hi -dut-l.iiiK buy er outs, rprlul.le oi II. e Kroiiinl and a Utile through o.u ! .oad, and my word for II. ;vts or i.ilc-. cau l slay theie, A pound of hiilpl.ur will be i-pulllelent to prexei ve lartse burn of coin, and It U uihhI fur slock, ti'.ul will not hu t the corn for bread. " H.i-1 Ti ir tjses. A Pi.ritan sort of en attire, all lluf fv ami laeey, lbou:.-hl to n:ale a hi' wlib David Warllcld b wlth-lslng lb. .iis of hiiiiic iip-todiite friends. '-.Now, tell me, Mr. Wartlebl." urtld .be, "truly and horot, do you like to tee v.i.meil snnilie?' "lib. I don't know." he repllnt ihi uwl ifully. "they're mli;l:ty handy .n a comi'iiiiy where a fellow wants to orrnw a llg:it." New York Times. The Excursion Stsamer. "t don't st-o how we can afford to put lit all those life jire.servei-H." "We don't have to. I know r. s'ltn painter who can paint us n lot that at .1 tin I.! (llstnt.ee will look just as nat- tr.l vi t1-" rt 'l.l.. " She Never Lost Money. Two ladles met the other day and began to talk about their servants "I can't trust mine," said one. "I'm actually afraid to lwo the bouse for fear something will bo stolen before 1 set back." "Why don't you lock everything up and take tho keys with you?" asked the other. "I do lock nil my closets and draw ers," w;i3 the reply, "but it's too much trouble to take the keys with me. lie ,'ilos, I hide them lu an excellent place." "Where?" r.nked her companion. "la my box of candy on the mantel piece," was the answer. "No wonder you're robbed," ex-:-..-i!::,ed the other. "Why, you couldn't l-.io.i choson a worse place, for your servants are Just ns fond of sweet things as you aro, nnd your box of (amiy is tho first tiling they exanilm. i-Mer you leave the bouse. Now, 1 i'.dc my keys In my work-box, for 1 i.v.ov,- that my servants have a horror of '..oik and that they will never think ot going near It." Towels as Sun-Protectors. The lefnsal of tho War ofllco to it:-i:e sun-hats has had a somewhat rt :n;.rkablo seipud. A battalion of tlio -mi (Irenadier (Guards went out to e:- rciso under Gen. 'Paget on the l''ox Mills, near Aldcr.shot, and the sun bo ,ag exceedingly hot the officers or- liered the guardsmen to take their towels with them and wrap them round their heads. So extraordinary j spectacle has never been seen in he k! recta or lanes of Aldershot nit 'he long column of guards swinging ..long with their heads wrapped in .-.kilo towels, and their flat "llrod-:-icks" perched on top. London An s CIS. Art'st feared Waning Poverr. On one occasion the late (. Vatts, fooling tb8t he was I'.cttl.ig oil ind fearing that, bis powers miht b declining, asked the selection ami hanging cnmmiUees of tile Itoya! .yndeniy to "judge his work severely, as ho did not wish to disgrace th:' academy nor himself. He had seen so much deplorable work of eye arl ha-id that ho did not wish to be added to the number." Germans on Prie Ship. Most of the crew of the r.rlllsh steamship Cheltenham, which bus been adjudged a lawful prize .it li t Vladivostok prize court, were "'t mans When the P.u.sslans seized th vessel the ("Jermans manifested their "(light by choirs. Only New Mistakes Condoned. The following Is a rule In an Atchl aon wholesale house: "Kmployes nr i we'.conie to one mistake, but we nock It to 'em for making tho same niistai i lwiii." AteMson f'lolie. MAMNG OF FINE LACtS. One Case Where American Genius la Still at Fault. "Fine laces." sab! W. W. O nce, "constitute lino of the most rosiM)' Fallible classes uf merchandise wtitrh i.-: Imixtrtod to this country, nnd It is a source of wonder that Am. rii-an renins Im not d'vied minii" wy 'n whiih to tini t this demand with de mestie article vhiih !!! f-l ve 1li arr:e j orpose knd can be sold t fi:tri'lt;!i.l: Pli' tin- f-ame price. "Hut 't bas Ti'.t." be ror.titi'i' I "W. have tiMd ntitiy inailonis iin' t.'' I. lilt tin- nir -t frfn i-oan 1 ' n.atoit..( tur" a ti,e id ..t.;h ;. naturally cL'.i. and f? s t'' In vy t ' tl ri'al. f.,1' f. aj pi I. :s bund f j '.' ' . An t ii n in tin.i- to 1 ir i i. v I t i'l. a . .-. 1. lie : t.'I of i. 1.1' tjl! ll.l il - ' laid, Ilfii-l-iiel. I-1 a 'n ; but . l.'i y ti a' :i.g 1: '! tit tir. 'I l,SI-- t-:,-. 6'l tt... iw. I r.t'i It.rr lm- i Iti ... s i-l I '.w n if! a 1 ii i.i - '!'.: a " i ',. ' i T fc'i I . ; h- 1 ;. , . i -. - ; i ' : ' r - :ti '! r -. i- t- -ijt " l.JU. I r !.n r :: ti tl.U f ,: I.' Jf to . A all f I.T 1 III ' j 'o i. i; t I- I- ; tf r T) : t - r Tf.l. III! Beaumont, THE COW WAS CURIOUS. She Visited a Saloon, a Store and a Hotel During Her Promenade. The proverbial bull iu the cliinu shop was literally pntelaHse.il , last j night, by a rebellious, cow that broke away from Its herd nnd raided tw'c. stores and a hotel near Sixteenth and Market streets. Tho cow belonged to r. herd which was being driven east on Market street. When the anlniil reached Seventeenth nnd Market id n ets, the row became stubborn and refused to follow its companions. It trotted away and before the drovers could stop It entered the saloon of I'M win d Croniu at lltlX Market street. There were sixteen or (Ighloen men lined up around the bar. and when "Kookle" strolled calmly In many of them Imagined that a friend of the nether regions bad taken new form. There win a wild scamper trid the place was deserted in a minute. After ki. ocking a few glasses rroni the bar the cow left the place. it. then calmly strolled Into the dry poods store at. llllli Market street. A number of women were in the store . shopping, nnd those that wore red dodged out of sight In the twinkling of an eye. Then the others followed ; within a minute Inter. j Then the cow left the store nnd i sauntered into the woman's entrance ' 'o tin? Keystone hotel, a few doors nway. Night Clerk Huff threw up , bis hands and fled. Thb animal Walk-' ed through the 1if.llu:iy and then i -e-tii red th" guisls in the dining j room. In the kitchen throe women .-ooks dropped pans and dishes and skipped out of "Hookic'ii" way. Then the cow tried to go upstairs. '! b Ht.ilieiiM- wiih narrow, however, and it liei aiiie fast about half-way up. Wltu the ,i lp of several nn-n 'be cow via: pulled douustiilrs Iiy its 1 nil. It rejoined the rest f the bi rd and i to. . to i. i-i mi tin vtiis of thu teniie buil'linr. but 'be droY'TS beal 'I it i.t! CI le igu Tlews. Tncytlitt of Eighty-Two. Ili.r.la, who Is fcZ y m old. h tal'i-n to ride a itf'w-le fnni n t W I inh'it i h and x V. v Pr lire t i'l'l ''K U.rf ff.ita in" at. tidmn-n s. ml foif t-is H-pi'.r durliig 'be j iitii y. Llndertatir'a Thafifc Offering. Tbe t.i. ti .i of l.n't'.f Ins r.--i-l'- ' a 'i'i-' r i ti '( It-..tii a.i ut. !' 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