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BAKING
POWDER
ECONOMY
-that's one thing 3-011 are
looking for in these days
of high living cost—Calumet insures a wonder
ful saving in your baking. But it does more
It insu res wholesome food .tasty food—uniformly raised food»
Calumet is mads right—to sell right— to bake right. Ask
one of the millions of women who use it —or ask your grocer.
RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS
World's Pur* Food Exposition, Chicago. 10.
Paris Exposition, France« March« 1912»
You don't mm money when yoa lug cheap or big-earn bak ing p owder.
Don 'I be mislead. Buy Calumet, It's more economical—more ■An'rwimit
glues beit rouit*. Calumet is far superior to tour milk and r oda .
WE PAY CASH
FOR ALL KINOS OF
EMPTY OLD SACKS
Tbatare Hound. Small holes In bogs no objection.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
Pack securelT »mi »hip freight charge® collect to
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Texas Directory
GENERALHARDWARE
AND SUPPLIES
Con tractors'Supplies. Builders'
Hardware, Etc. Prices and in
formation furnished on request
PEDEN IRON & STEEL CO.
HOUSTON
SAN ANTONIO
McCANE'S DETECTIVE ACENCV
Houston, Texas, operates the largest fore© of
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written opinions in cases not handled by them.
Reasonable rates.
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Valtet Texas. Reeves Connty took tir.-a premiums
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Grown in the South
For the South
Orange, Fig, Pecan, Peach, Plum,
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lodutto m Teils, and ii of value to every Texas settler.
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silent representative upon receipt
of 25c in stamps or coin. To
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ive we will enclose three of the
Mexican Resurrection Plaals, the
total of which we are giving
you a value of Si.50 in plcnta
and Mr book.which will be worih
many limes the amount to you. for
the few stamps to cover the packing.
VEGETABLE PLANTS,
CAULIFLOWER, CAB
BAGE AND LETTUCE
Cauliflower—Autnmn Giant. Early
London. Non Plus Ultra, 1,000. $3.
Cauliflower—F.arly Erfurt Mammoth, and F.xtia Early
Soo'vball. 1,000. $5. Cabbage—l.ate Flat Dutch. Early
Flat Dutch. Red Dutch. Suchead. and Dsnish Railhead,
1.000. SI .80. Lettuce—All the Year Round, 100, $1.60.
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solicited and all letters
answered promptly.
HOUSTON, TEXAS
WOMAN WORKS OUT PROBLEM
Mrs. Sarah Erickson Declares the Hen
Lays an Egg at the Same Hour
She Was Born.
What time o' day
Does a hen lay?
That question has puzzled poultry
fanciers lor unnumbered decades, but
now, it seems, it has been satisfactor
ily solved by a woman. She is Mrs.
Sarali Erickson of Falconer, N. Y.
Having kept chickens for 37 years,
she believes she qualifies as an expert
in this line of effort.
"1 have worked out the problem,"
she declares. By using marked leg
bands, trap nests and alarm clocks at
tached to the nests 1 have determined
that a lien lays an egg at. the same
hour, minute and second that she was
born, or. rather, hatched. For in
stance. if the lien happened to be able
to peck its way through its shell at
7:43 a. ni., she will lay an egg at pre
cisely 7:43 a. ni. And she will do this
without variation every time she is in
clined to lay. 1 have kept close, sys
tematic watcli on my liens for five
years, and 1 have never known the
i rule to fail."
HOW IT SEEMED TO HIM.
mj
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City Cousin—The hotel you were
stopping at, was it on the American
or European plan?
Country Cousin—Waal, I don't jest
exactly know, but I think it must hev
bin on th' get-rich-quick plan.
Sang for Sultan.
Mulai Hatid, the ex-sultan of Moroc
co, while staying at Vichy, in France,
made an excursion to Les Ardoisieres,
says the "Matin," where Napoleon III.
used often to go for rest. Three young
girls, sisters, timidly approached the
sultan and asked him to sign post
cards. Mulai Hafid consented on con
dition that they would each sing a
song to him. Two of the girls at
once complied, and the delighted Mu
lai Hatid wrote on their cards words
which, translated 1 mean: "Like Na
poleon III., I have visited Les Ardoi
sieres, where I have enjoyed, together
with the calm and freshness of na
ture, the grace and charm of the
voices of Miles. Paulette and CIo
tilde." The third girl did not know
how to sing, but one of her sisters
having sung for her the sultan added
the name of Gabrielle.
RIGHT HOME
Doctor Recommends Postum from Per
sonal Test.
No one is better able to realize the
injurious action of caffeine— the drug
in coffee—on the heart, than the doc
tor. Tea is just as harmful as coffee
because it, too, contains the drug caf
feine.
When the doctor himself has been
relieved by simply leaving off coffee
and using Postum, he can refer with
full conviction to his own case.
A Mo. physician prescribes Postum
for many of his patients because he
was benefited by it. He says:
"I wish to add my testimony in re
gard to that excellent ' preparation—
Postum. I have had functional or
nervous heart trouble for over 15
years, and a part of the time was un
abie to attend to my business.
"I was a moderate user of coffee and
did not think drinking it hurt me. But
on stopping it and using Postum in
stead, my heart has gbt all right, and
I ascribe it to the change from coffee
to Postum.
"I am prescribing it now in cases of
sickness, especially when coffee does
not agree, or affects the heart, nerves
or stomach.
"When made right it has a much bet
ter flavor than coffee, and is a vital
sustainer of the system. I shall con
tinue to recommend it to our people,
and I have my own case to refer to."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Creek, Mich. Read the little book,
"The Road to Wellville," in pkg3.
"There's a reason."
Ever rend «he nhnve letter? A new
one appenrn from time to tide. Thej
■ re genuine, true, and full of. human
interest. Adv.
TEN T!
ARE WANTED WHO HAVE PRACTI'
CAL FARM EXPERIENCE
Who Would Like to Know More About
Making Life on the Farm Happy
and Profitable.
Austin, Tex.—Ten thousand men j
and boys from 15 to 30 years of age
who have had at least live yeais ot
practical experience as actual work- ;
ers on the farm—tillers of the soil— ,
who would like to know a great deal
more about making life on the farm
happy, prosperous and prolitable than
they now know; who want to know
how to keep a balanced ration in the
soil; how to prepare the land to act ;
as a reservoir to absorb the rain as i
it falls, and how to conserve it when ;
the season is once in the ground; how j
to select seed, how to cultivate, how ;
to harvest, and how to market the
crops to the best advantage; how to |
manage a farm on a business basis
how to farm scientifically.
These men and boys are wanted to
attend the Agricultural and Mechani
cal College at College Station, if not
able to do this, to take the corre
spondence course of the extension de
partment of the A. and M. College or
the University of Texas at Austin, so
that they may become scientific farm
ers, which simply means that they
may understand what they are doing,
and why they are doing it, and what
the results of their work should be;
that they may be successful home :
ouilders on farms of their own or be ;
ready to take charge of and properly !
conduct farms lor the thousands of I
land owners who are anxiously look
ing for well-informed, practical, seien- ;
tific men who can successfully operate
their farms at salaries ranging from
$500 to $5,000 per year, so says Henry
Exall, president of the Texas Indus
trial Congress.
CELEBRATIONS FOR BELOVED HOOSiER PÖE1
James Whitcomb Riley, Writer of
Poems of and About Children, Will
Be Honored on Birthday.
Indianapolis, In.—During the second
week of October James Whitcomb
Kiley, the beloved Hoosier poet, will
be the center of the greatest ovation ,
ever tendered an American writer.
October 7 is the poet's birthday, but
owing to the fact that the celebration
in his honor will be of such propor
tions that it will be impossible to
confine it to one day, it has been de
cided to extend it ov er a period of six
days, beginning Monday, October 7,
and ending Saturday, October 12.
Indianapolis, Mr. Riley's home town,
lias taken the lead in this event, but
the movement has spread like wildfire
and it is doubtful whether there is a
city or town in the United States
which will not have one or more
events scheduled in honor of the poet
who, through the medium of his
verses has struck a responsive chord
in every breast and has succeeded in j
bringing poetry home to the people.
Riley programs have long been pop- !
ular with literary clubs and during I
Riley week these programs will take
on an added f interest. Mr. Riley is
widely known for his love of children.
Like his great predecessor, Longfel
low, he has been able to fathom the
beauties of the child nature better
than most men, and many of his best
poems have been written for, or about
children. For this reason "Riley
Week" will be generally observed in
the schools with special exercises.
Railroad Headed for El Paso.
Austin, Tex.—According to late re
ports the Quanah, Acme and Pacific
railroad has let the contract for an
extension westward with El Paso as
the objective point, and intersecting
Roswell, N. M., en route. It would
mean over three hundred miles ol
main line track. At present this line
is in operation from Quanah to Pa
ducah, Cottle County.
Fleet Review Is Abandoned.
Washington.—The navy department
announced Monday that the Octobei
review of the Pacific fleet at San
Francisco has been abandoned. It will
probably be necessary to retain most
of the vessels in Central American
waters during the next few months
or until a stable government is in
stalled in Nicaragua.
First Gold Import in Two Years.
New York.—An engagement of
$750,000 in gold for import from Eu- j
rope was made Monday by Goldman, s
Sachs & Co. This is the first gold im- i
ported from Europe in more than two !
years, and is believed to mark the be- '
ginning of a movement to bring the
yellow metal from Europe to finance
the American crops.
Opposition to New China Loan.
London.—The opposition to the new
$50,000,000 loan to China, negotiations
j for which were held in London be
! tween the Chinese minister and the
j representatives of a British bank, has
j proved successful, according to news
' received Monday in London.
13,000.000 Bushels in Thirteen Days.
Minneapolis, Minn.—Thirteen mil
lion bushels of grain received in thir
teen days in Minneapolis was the crop
movement which shattered ail records
after railways had reported in 1,542
cars of grain Monday.
Two Cases of Bubonic Plague.
Hamburg.—Two cases of bubonic i
plague were discovered on a British j
steamer which arrived Monday from !
Rosario, Argentina. One resulted fa- j
tally and the other was sent to quar j
antine.
Texas Missionary Dies.
Nashville, Tenn.—A cablegram Mon
day to the Southern Methodist mis
sion board announced the death of
Miss 'Sophia Manns at Sung Kiang,
China, where she was doing mission
ary work. She went out from Mexia
T exas.
Fiqht on Montenegrin Frontier.
Cettinje.—Severe fighting occurred
Monday between the Malissori tribes
men and Turkish troops on the Mon
tenegrin frontier.
Whenever You.
Use Your Back
"Every Does a Sharp
^ure Tells fain Hit You?
a Story." ,
It 3 a sign of
sick kidneys, es
pecially if the
kidney action is
disordered, too,
passages scanty
or too frequent
or off-color.
Do not neglect
any little kidney
ill or the- slight
troubles run into
dropsy, gravel,
stone or Bright's
disease.
Use Doan's Kidney Pills. This
good remedy cures bad kidneys.
A TYPICAL CASE—
L. C. Warner. 1205 N. Garfield Ave., Pocatello,
Idaho, says. "Kidney coiupla»nt often confined
me to bed for week« I passed kidney atones
and the pain was terrible. Morphine was iny
only roher until I used lloan s Kidney Pills.
After taking this remedy the stones dissolved
and passed without pain. 1 now free trow
kidney trouble. *
Get Doan's at any Drag Store, 50c. a Box
Doan's
PUBLIC TRUST
PUBLIC OFFIC
g
"The place should seek the man," said
' he,
"This is a truth abiding;
And should it come in search of me,
I will not go in hiding."
Old Roman Wall Unearthed.
A part of the wall which once en
closed old St. Paul's, London, has been
discovered in excavations at the cor
ner of Paternoster Row and St. Paul's
alley in London. The wall, which is
about 60 feet long, is made of chalk
and rubble, and was built in the
twelfth century. On the same site
pieces of a Roman amphora, Roman
vases and some Samian ware have
also been found. Other "finds" include
a camel's skull unearthed in High Hol
born and a large quantity of pipes of
the eighteenth century. Under some
old stables in Bartholomew Close—
one of the oldest parts of London—
three Norman arches have been found.
They are close to one another, and
are believed to have formed part of
the cloisters of the priory which once
stood on this site.
FROM ECZEMA AND BISGWORM
You can obtain instant relief by us
ing Tetterlne, also the best remedy
known for Chafes, Bites of Insects,
Tetter. Itching Piles, Burns. Chilblains,
old Itching Sores, etc. Because you
have spent hundreds of dollars and ex
perienced no relief for your itching
nkin troubles, besides devoting a great
deal of energy scratching and pawing
at the plague spot until the blood is
sued forth, don't despair, Nature wisely
provides a remedy for every ill that
flesh is heir to. Tetterlne will cure you
permanently, positively and completely,
nothing else will.
Sold by druggists or sent by mail for 50c
by J.T. Shuptrine. Savannah, Ga. Adv.
One Universal Symbol.
Scientists at work on a universal
/anguage have one symbol to .start
with what already has the same mean
ing the world over," a traveler said.
"That is the skull and crossbones. Its
speech is even more universal than
music or money. Musical values dif
fer In different countries, so does
money, but from one end of the earth
to the other a skull and crossbones
means poison."
Compensation.
A fairly prominent local pugilist was
injured several months ago in an au
tomobile accident and had three ribs
broken. Fully recovered, he was dis
cussing the incident recently with
friends.
"I got $100 out of the auto owner,
he said. "Had to give the lawyer half
and it cost $56 for doctor's bills, but I
made them pay $100 for the thing, any
how." ,
Move for Change In Time.
The French ministry of public works
Is endeavoring to have the govern
ment adopt the system of reckoning
tire on railways by ! the use of the
hours from 1 to 24, instead of 12 noon
to 12 midnight. This system has al
ready been adopted by many conti
nental railways fuid has been in op
eration for years ;on the Canadian Pa
cific railway. , f
Serving Humanity.
Few callings are more highly esteem
3d than that of the trained nurse.
Miss Ellen Emerson, the granddaugh
ter of Ralph Waldo Emerson, is a
nurse in the Massachusetts general
hospital at Boston.
Technical,
Autoist—HW did you escape a fine?
Motorist—Our attorney proved the
constable's watch was fast.—Judge.
COLD BLOODED AND
DEATH DEALING
Chilis. Uev\ James Beed. Gainesville. Tex., wrote:
'1 have used your Cheat ham's Chill Ton to in my
lamily arid can recommend it to everyone affected
with Chu Is and Fever It cured when various
other remedies failed. Price 60.. Sold and guar
anteed by ail dealers. A. B Hichards Medicine Co.,
Sherman, Texas Adv.
The political candidate who "also
ran" is unable to see wherein the
world is growing wiser.
A man must draw the line some
where, buf the chances are he will get
on the other side of it later.
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Because of those ugly, grizzly, gray hairs.
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LA CREOLE" HAIR DRESSING. PRICE, SI.OO, retail.
TEXT TAKEN TOO LITERALLY
Ten-Year-Old Julia Gets Into Bad
Graces of Mother by Giving
Tramp a Half-Dollar.
"Be not forgetful to entertain
strangers; for thereby some have en
tertained angels unawares."
The foregoing quotation is from
chapter 13, verse 2, Book of Hebrews,
and it is introduced solely because it
constitutes a vital part of this story.
Julia is ten years old and she goes to
Sunday school, it appears that on a
recent occasion the Sunday school
teacher had considerable to say about
this matter of "entertaining angels
unawares." Anyway, it made a deep
impression with Julia.
A few days after the lesson Julia's
mother left her in charge of the house
for a few hours. When the mother re
turned she went to a particular cup
in the cupboard to extract therefrom
one-half dollar. In this cup is kept
the family pin money, and Julia's
mother knew that she had put fifty
cents there before she had gone out.
But the half dollar was gone. There
was an expression of anxiety on
Julia's face and mother scented mis
chief.
"Did you take that money?" asked
the mother, somewhat severely.
Julia broke into tears. "I gave it to
a man that came to the back door,"
sobbed the little girl.
"Gave it to a man!" exclaimed the
mother. "What for?"
"I thought he might be God." tear
fully replied Julia.—Kansas City Star.
Don't Take Calomel
Bond's Pills Are Better
They do not sicken or gripe.
They do not "tear you to pieces."
They do not leave you constipated.
They are small, mild, effective. Why
waste time and money on unknown
and expensive purgatives?
Just take one Bond's Pill at bed
time for that headache, biliousness,
torpid liver, etc., and wake up well!
All Druggists, 25c, or send to Bond's
Pharmacy Co., Little Rock, Ark.
A free sample on request. Adv.
Wild Ones.
Charles Grafiy, the noted sculptor,
was talking at his summer home at
Folly Grove, near Gloucester, about
the quaint humor of the Gloucester
fishermen.
"In Gloucester one day," he said, "as
I idled among the shipping, an old'
salt began to narrate his experiences
to me.
" 'Wunst,' he said, 'I was ship
wricked in the South sea, and thar I
come across a tribe of wild women
without tongues.'
"'Wild women withnni tongues!'
said I. 'Goodness! How could they
talk?' "
Crime to Kiss.
In Russia it is a crime for lovers
to kiss in public, and not very long
ago two young men and two young
women were arrested in Odessa for
having been guilty of this offense.
They had all been dining together in
a restaurant, and kissed on parting.
They were condçmned to short terms
of imprisonment, and the sentences
were confirmed on appeal. The gen
eral fine in Russia for a kiss in the
open street is 15 shillings, but in a
tramcar it may cost anything up to
25 shillings.
A Pen and Ink Shakespeare.
Woodrow Wilson, on a recent visit
to Atlantic City, referred good humor
edly to his rather illegible handwrit
ing.
• "But my hand is nothing," he said
"to that of Horace Greeley."
"Poor Greeley once quoted from
Shakespeare in a leading article, ' 'Tis
true, 'tis pity, and pity 'tis 'tis true.'
"This appeared next day:
" ' 'Tis two, 'tis fifty, 'tis fifty, 'tis
fifty-two.' "
Recognize Value of Sports.
Bridegrooms in Australia last year
ranged from sixteen to ninety-nine
years of age, and the records show
the youngest bride was fifteen, and
the oldest eighty-two. One man of
seventy-seven married a girl of eight
een. It is not surprising to learn
that more marriages were reported
from the country than ever before.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
Bears the
Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Unhampered.
"Yes, sir, the cause of woman
suffrage is going to advance with gi
gantic strides from now on."
"Going to discard the hobble skirt,
eh?"
What a lovely old world this is for
a girl the first time s?he falls in love
—and what a sadness it is when she
falls out again!
The man who shoots at random nev
er hits the target.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Color more goods brighter and faster colors than any otherdye. One 10c package colors all fibers. They dye in cold water better than anvotw^riye. You call
dye any garment without ripping apart. Write for free booklet—How to Dye, Bleach and Mix Colors. MONROE DRUG COMPANY, Quiacy, 111
Minor Bookkeeping Item.
A small item was overlooked in the
bookkeeping department of the United
States navy, it was the charge for
guns installed on the battleships Flor
ida anci Utah. The item was lor the
trifling sum of $1,800,000.
On the Honeymoon.
She—Edward, don't look at the
sc énery ali the time. Look at me now
and then.— Fliegende Blaetter.
- Many a man fools himself with the
belief that his wisdom Is superior to
that of the late Mr. Solomon.
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woin«n and children—lino
fountain pens, umbrellas,
carncras, toilet articles,
tennis jacquets, catcher's
gloveiÄnd masks, etc.
As a special ^fer daring
alW October
September
only, we trill send you our
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Premium Dept.
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TION MEANT.
The Justice—You say you witnessed
this altercation.
O'Rourke—No. Ol didn't see that. Oi
was too busy lookin' at th' foight.
A Hint.
Miss Vocolo—I'm never happy un
less I'm breaking into song.
Bright Young Man—Why don't you
get the key and you won't have to
break in?
the
Hard to Manage.
"I never see you eat corn on
cob."
"No. I always avoid laborious food.
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W. L. Douglas makes and sells more $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 I
shoes than any other manufacturer in the world, because
they look better, fit better, and wear longer than any
other make for the price.
CAUTION.—To protect you against Inferior shoes, W. L. , _
Douglas stamps his name on the bottom. Look for the stamp. Beware of
substitutes. W. L. Douglas shoes are sold in 78 own stores and shoe dealers
everywhere. No matter where you live, they are within your reach. If your
dealer cannot supply you, write direct to factory for catalog showing how to
order by mail. Shoes sent everywhere, delivery charges prepaid.
fast Color Eyelets. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
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EVERY CHILD SHOULD HAVE
Faultless Starch Twin iS
Hiss Lilly White wi Hiss Plioebe Prima.
iÉis
St> <3
If 7on vlll 0*0 tho be«fe Btarcîi rnado both of
raa dolls, each 1Ü1-2 inche» h ig a and ready to cot on*
and staff, will bee^nt to aar address, piwtpuid, on ro«
ceipt of six frontoof lOcent Faultie»» package*,
or twelve front« of 5 cent Paaltiera BrjKak packaged
and 8centa in stamp« to cover postn»;®«! packing.
Or either doll will be sent on receipt cWFiree 10 cent
fronts or 85 x 6 cent fronte end 4 cent« I n »tamps. Cat
out this ad. It will be acéopted in ylac<* of one !0
cent front, or two 5 cent fronts. Only ono ad will
>e accepted with each aDülication.
FAULTLESS STARCH CO« 0 Kin tit City* Ma.
Füging.
A young man who had never testl
fietktefore was called before the court
as witness in a certa* case. He
was somewhat flustered over the at
tention that was being paid him, and
mumbled his words sqj.hat the young
woman stenographervtould not hear
them distinctly. . lie was told to speak
plainly and to tunytoward the stenog
rapher.
"Speak to the stenographer," said
the prosecutor.
At that the young man arose and
with a deep bow to the lady said,
"How do you do?"—Satire. •
The EducationaWiiepIadder.
We know what kiniWfgarten is for:
it is to educate children for the pri
mary grades.
We know what the primary grades
are for:^Ütey are to educate children
for the ^jRimmar grades.
We know wkflt the grammar grades
are for: theyStre to educate children
for high school. C *
We know what the ijgh school is
for: it is to educate emiuren for col
lese - <31
But wha^Joes ^llefeie fit you for?—
Art Statistics.
We iwported last year $17,643,000
worth of works of art, 20 years old
and over, free of duty, besidês $673,135
worth of art works produced abroad
by Americans. We exported $989.321
worth of PiÉKtings and statuary.

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