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/ THE MALAKOPP i " i Beasts Once Summoned i i I O d d--b u t TR U E I ! " Before Judicial Courts ! | " I Among curious legal cases before[ ! - ' the courts, few bear comparison with! ,,, i~, --~ .q I those recorded In by.one days, when t 11lift/2, ~ ~ h i "~ , ~,~ . ~' salts were really heard against t e f | [/f'////'~" ~.0 [~i lower creation sa~-s tile Law Journal " / ,///f/~7/~ ~ ~ of London. Willie'It Is dlflh.ult to sup- ............. ~ t _.j I/~r/~'~"~ /~ press merrhuent over the quatnt Ideas 114[ ll lM q / I -3 '/~.~r-~_/~ ~ of our ancestors, regarding the culpa it,It--"-- ;,kdl~--~/ " R| blllt.v of anhnals there Is no doubt li.t~ I~]h -, ~l~j~:"~ l " that" the trhds were viewed seriously. ~I~C,~~ ~'~ The .-arrant for holding animals li lll l_ amenable to tile law appears to have flt~ ~l~)tll'~q ~$|~"~--2 t~" ,~ ~t/ ]~ been taken fl'om tile Jndale law: "If ~)O~ [~-- ~ ~ ]/ [I an ox gore a man or woman that they ijt~j ~ ~ ~ .~F~ !~B die, then the ox shall be surely stoned The instability, eonflmion and disorder which mtre0trained trudt tram- ~'~~0 ~~.~L~_~-'=~:~ I" ~ and his flesh shall not be eaten; I~-'~~f -- - eM' but tile owner of tile ox shall be imrtatton has brought about reaponaibl in large m4 ure for much o[ ,, distress in which all bnsineee finds itself today. TexU has moved to / I~ i~ quit. i~ ~~ [l Following this command Moses pro- a remedy and all cmt rned in the welfare of this slmte and its imKRottm ~~ |~ coeds to enforce the doctrine of the should e operate in the effort to reotore stability and order to our trat - _~m====~v 4 ~~ ~[[ responsibility of tile owner of a dea- n _ gerous anlnal an1 to Insure his due portation systems. ' " punishment in tile event of his witting- ' ~t4~9.:~-.~'~tjll~ ly allowing a harmful beast to run The Texas Railroads, in thetm advertiaements, have ende wm'ed to .... ~~'~."'.'~ _- ~ _-_-.- ,,, -" - loose. These injunctions, therefore, plate before the people of this state some of the reasons why the exi tln F4 ll " -- - iilIH gllm IIIIIIIHUli? lilill@UI which sound so strange today, were laws, regulating motor transportation, should he upheld and enforced. I/ll}tllIV/ urs,,ed more or less to the letter In ~~ ,~"~lllH~llllllll lllllil7 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ N~I[II[i medieval Europe, and. extraordinary L The railroads are n aaar3, for the successful marketing of ~~'~ "~ ~ I ~ ~~ Iti[iL ~ .... X~l]l though It may seem, In France and enOrilnOU~ production of this ~ate; which hi used and eonmamed ia l~i~i~=JBll}~'i~ ~ ~ ,ll~ll~ l~[l A ~--s l--I | ~ ~" ~d~t~ ~ ~%.|~ other European counlrles animals in Ittlt 22 -- tt general were held t,, be aalenable to other state in the union. ~/~1~.'~" ]~~ Itll~-- ~ : _- --'~]]IiH law until the middle of the Eighteenth ! l~ . l IA!ilIl eentu .,'. Uniform, published, non.dise inatory trarmL rtation setwl : Ir'l Sy tile did law Fra,we. if a vl- axe t aentisl to the orderly conduct and welfare of buoin . l "~"--- ] ~~/)z/~/~#4~r~l[[![[ "" ! and it was proved that the owner Unregulated truck transportation inevitably renlts in diseriml to , ' i *t~ t~ ~/~ IIUP [ knew of its propen.~tty t,, attack ,,~,- ehKrKes and practices, rebating, unfair and unbuu e .like comp tii/o ' I ~'~" f ~/J~i ] pte and suffere~l ,he heart to be al '. f~ ~ ..... [ [[ [ ~ [ l] ~~ I I large, lhe owner as well as tile ani. methods, bringing about ioeses and commercial insecurity. : I il I L '---I II real ,,'as hanged. The wholesaler, jobber, retailer and local merchant maffer from I--- ][ k unfair eoml ition of truckers mad i ldlel who, for the most part, .. ....... . ........ ,. I I Blood Combination That ram-residents, pay no taxes and e0ntribute nothing to the eomm ty ~'~'~ l~:~.~C~, ~C)~ tl~ ~ ~.Y,, tlh.L.,~ ably was formed from the words j'l('k "a t ' ' " facilities adequate to transport crops and produce which move 10off atad whites, a Jack being a Ilyhrld. The l .... ~ Jackson Whites of New .Tersey are a UUI in large volume, at low cost, by rail. .... mixture of negro, lmibu, and white 2. The railroads build amt maintain their own ro lways, pay he,try = -- blood, showing aU ,,,ssti, le coral,inn taxes for the Support of state and municipal governments and insttt rttotm, ~=......,..........,,,.....~ tlons of the trattq of these three # I ,~ races. The historical reeords of the and xpend millions of dollars for payroll, materials and smppll l.. t: * ! xrt" v l:: subJ'ect show that a number of the Why be satisfied 4i lvux,, & ,.,Avl=,i, freed slaves settled In tile Ramapo ro@,d workers are substantial citizens, home owners, and valued membefI with a second- :i and YOU l i mountains, 2"lie,',, t[my .'ere jo!ne,t by Of their communities. ~ff'/~Ia~(t~.~\\~,'\~. ,-koice tire *.l. l, oecasionalwnieesorverylowstan(|ing 3. RaiItranaportationisthemo l;effieientand anomigalin isialIlCe FIRST- [ I By BETSY CALLISTER I ; from the surroumling communities. /A~I V~~L~J~\~, .t,,.; ..... t( */ ".~ Just how the lndiar, blood Is to ha ac for the movement of traffic in volume by land. "~#'~~~'~~n~ .... mvre~ counted for is ulcer|am." One theory 4. Texas highways belong to the people and are built and malntaia~ . FRUIT COCKTAIL Is that some of these freed slaves were 4~V~lI~~///~f~~ . Indians, as It Is a well-authentleated at heavy cost. Their U. for commercial purposes is a privilege, not , i~il~l~/l~'~k'~////~f~~t ~ IERE is nothing more generally fact that at one time some Indians right. They should be kept safe for general tree and not prematm-e L aeceptuble for the lirst course of[ vere held as slaves. Another theory Is destroyed by iteavy trucks. b.~~ff~ff~ff/~~~ dinner on a w'u'nl evening than fruit that tbe~e were lndhlns who Joined cock,all. We do mlt refer to the I this group of people just as the low. 5. The stability, seOartty and orderly ~mduet of Im~mms req re ~lTEl#lt'l/l/lllatfl~l~ll/I/ll~l~'l~:,il'lli ltquid cocktails made of fruit Jfices grade white people Joined them. As far ~il~ble control and regulation of all transportation agencies. ~//I///,/.l/~.,/!f//r/~.f/,]//li~/~l/~~~ or tomato though these are also ac- as mentality goes the average mental " K/ ~ I ] / ' ~PP ' ' ~I~ ~]l'/I~lII~t ceptable as tim lirst course of hmch- "ge ls from nine tu ten years. ,o HE TEXAS RAILROA,!i I "~ B ~~l~~i~\ ' con or dimler during warm weather,other words, these people are practl- .~1[ I ~n~,~/. ----~Ji/ We mean the sort of cocktail that is eally all of tile moron level of lntelli i i ~ ]1 ~ '~//$:_ 11~-~ nmde of diced or cut up fruit and gence.--Washington Star. j I~ A~i ; ~ ~l/~[~~il~I served in long-stemnled sherbet glasses. I -- t~i i /r It_ ~'" --~' . ()no good fruit voclctail Is diced I .... i , Fascmnatlng Word I~lI I~[ jr I ~f . - : canned plneapl,le, diced g,'esl, peaches, t ............. , " , "- 'J t , i I i IT I |]~F ~ ,~ ~ ~q[~'" - " and oranges. This sbouhl of course ] "Jne word 'galemoscope is .ortfl- I1, I swe tened ographlcally faschmtlng almost atpna |~ r~ " -~l .... - -~ ~---- - -~ -,- -" " be ,,'ell chilled, and s gilt y e t . , " " I l I , betlcally picturesque It is no won 11 .... ' -_ . . .- -_--. --ath6ugh tile pineapple Juice and tile [ .... " ..... " ..... ilrt roIol IKdl W-' i ;It- - i --'-'- -- sweetness of the other fruit amy make I aer, then, .}nat. ~a,e:.oosc.op:c .m a I [IIUII " iJIIN - - - : - t - " It sweet enou,'b I favorite aojecnve With critics, Jour- " " nallsts, and other writers SOme- I I J I iI I I _ J Ill ' llllllllll I/lt - "- " Diced watermelon added to any [ v ,, -- ood ~ tan es times tt is well used, but often its N|nlllilllIIl ? illllm fresh-frnlt eo(.ktall Is g , )" g . I "" |- ' ' ~ .... ~ ...... ~ ..... ,1 -,,-*- ..... Ion make a ,,ood I precise meaning is forgotten or nee- '~ ~ ' U/~HII I (ombln"qoll | lected. The definition given in Web- m til~le~i~u 1 ,, ,h ..... t-*.,, castes flat add a lit-[ ster s new International dictionary re. ......... ~ .................. ~ ..... e o ul r children's |III II -- tle lemon juice. | minos one or tn p p a , llI V lll I/I Anotber tiring to add llavor Is a | toy: . __ small sprig of mint. / "An instrument Invented by Sir Da- = , f ar lid Brewster, which contains loose .I~~iEI ~ ea 4,5020ea. A 01 n,e juice from a bottle o m " / , so tn does a leas fragments of colored glass, etc, and Ili Nl _ .O.OO ,. P I asehino ,her, , P l .o._., ...... . ...... r=o-e q,at llKIINI , ant addition to a fruit COCKI~III. ] s~:,.~-'~-uaa~ ~u.s~.~=~ au ~ ~ ~ ~- II i-n pair,__.OoU~J combine welt. The ph,ms should be| artso de g. 1at these ? lly~~l hthTl~ ! i _i( ice to .i~e extra // changes of~posltlon exhlblt its con iS is to operateee wthe many, household, hoelectrlc,, IIL I ll - .dd a little shavel " g " t " l x s o xour fruit cell tailtents In an endless varlcty of xym ~"ql~~ ~ att "acti "enos. t .' "c . / 4 50-20 475-19ea. Bananas are always good in fruit| metrical varicolored forms. Ite fig- l lO" pairs_--Li. O in pairs_ _. OeUU cocktail. Orange, hanana and plums.[ ures hayer slbeenn " much employed In 1-5 {c(O 1932 McFltaro N~wspaper SYndtcltte,} | g " [ ' (WNU .ervice). | erlek the Great wrote Franklin that [ .... | he probably would soon follow Fcance I _ - - ~ [[ , / In recognizing the United States in I a A | ..... Blind Find Protection [ 1778, no recognition was extended un- 1 ! IK 1 :, e_-o ~" ." " " in Sensation of Fear / tll Ibout 1786. A treaty of peace and i IIIfVV m w --~-" I . . I ~l~'l![~ II'.1,~d=I~ll~I~]~l~I P,~ i~ ~ ....... qlat ..... ntiI commerce waa signed wRh the Neth- I ............. ~ - v .... erlands In September, 1785 A treaty ! ,,,,n~ people from runntng Into object,/ _ ' - .. - -. " . - l _ .. 1 ~ ! ~- til,q- na~h ac-,~r,tin- ~ * hnllmlo / or peace ann Trienasntp was mgneo I Quality - - q,**e- vision Institute ~he| by Morocco In January, 1787. A t ea y i of tl,~ e, ....... " "*""" I tHiil i _.. ,.,,..,, ne-lel :[;'?ollrsh ' cientist, publlshed (n/-~..u:s,. no, r n!.e the I , ~--"" I ~~ifIIBI I "'" '"" ,i,e qufaterly printed for ti, e blind In / ~:;re~n~tt;~e urntl~e;8~a " PLomat c ] teed. I ~ I Of the 0 or 8 layea~a ell I braille, prove that a sensation akin | t, [ ""- I ~~lst ~er_d iu this ! I tO fear affects ti,e thousands of I:~lrI t Good ear name ~" ~~'ador, otrun ~ .... h" " -he f~ce and bed , Y ; ('-:: "- ' ' * IOlllCleS W lcn cover t ~ Y ............ Fly Plague tn Eastern IAmds I " mg or tin~,llng tl] tt a DIin0 person aas 1 i strtpsandthat'awhatwe ~ ,, t .... [ ern files be to the people of those oth- / call them although some witch ne approacnes an ouJect une$ -"--- I l lli~ I ~E-'~ . erwlseheaven-blest lands, wbere~mn|- ] fire makoelt call them pectedly. Thls reflex only occurs ~ hell tl tl "-'~ ] ~tt ; " " ' sl " ta..on Is st..l almost unknown ..... .... ! ~ I dtrapum. ~ the blLno person Is not consmou Y/.,.,,.,o. ,haina,,e ia vet fr~.~uenq~ ab / 41 su, t wits ~up~- I ''~"~"" / [ ....... ..... h~ t. ~.. ....... *Vh~ eel-! v---t,-. ,. "' ~ ~ "- "- " 1 "~ --'-t O~'d Good- S * I a,,a,~ ~.,.. ,,= ,... ,,,.-s ....... n -*-t ~* s,,eaks elo-uentl- for the ,lid- "'" ' trncting of the hair follicles Is some. -~-. .~ v,.~ ., .,- year ~tmat. I ...... / cLplined, care of old Rome for the coun- , thing like the brmtling or a cat a[-I ............. I ....... Ich/ tries it conquereo that In the ~New Husg~, heavy " tacKe(I n_v a eog or ot a norse wn 1- . ' - .-- ' . . I ~ I ' . ' .. I ~'estament me annoyance an0 aangers trad has smelled a wotr " " of swarms of flies are so little in evi- l, G00dvear Pathhnder i 'These who still have tbe use Or/donee althou=h the malaria so fatal A Dine-curl. ~ -- I thelr eyes are without this six'till. __' . " ..... "- " ~ -- I , " " ......... 1 ,,~,__ rI to tnose wad spent [nelr sumraers In , ~,,t,~a~-.T.*,;al" Isense ' cOntlnlles [lie DulIeUl. t~ou /- I --W| ---WI" ! "JUt" .....~ ' I - ' .......... ~en have| Uome Itself, according to. many writ- USE your electric service tO l'~te n~em~ 3. Ollt or ten or [nem do uot e" - ~, . ,,,. i . ..... h "rI ers, was no doubt spread very consld- -- ,I k.ot'~ t:res ,i the common .sense TO_ ~now.. that ,t e~ ~I eramy .......... :t not matmy oy mosqmtoea a,a increase the comfort of your home. We present the al .ve " [ I eyes themselves need assistance. / Pthe~" fly pests, informa*tion so that you may know just how inexp.enstve appliances 4,40 21 ea. 1 4 50.20 ea. [ | How It Worked Out TUN[ IN ~ in pairs___ ~.~, ~ 0in pairs_ __ i~,]U ....... I Joint Goverameat which you now have or which are on display at our store Handley nat~ not come out very Well .... u M [ I [ l'he New Hebrides islands ha~e the and at stores of other local dealers. "" " "i * I in the marriage lottery One day el| rare political status of a "condomln- y.ear 45021 ea 4,75-19 I Iflselub he was bemoanlng his troubles| lure," tbat Is to say, they are under JL ao:o pairs___OoOO in pairs___LloL '-I ] to a more fortunate member. [ the Joint administration and soy- & Ligt ( rrogram | I "Yes," he said, "before 1 married I ereLgnty of two countries--France i everyone told me that marriage was a land Great Britain. exas 3 cr I gamble." " _ ] This sltuatlon is In effect the po- The other yawned He was rather I I litlcal harmonization of century-long Jilt, I :,,,red. . . 1 rivalries of explorers, missionaries and Texans. Let s Talk Texas "And how did you find It?" he asaea ) ~l] I .. .............. **'l traders wbk'h were not eusceptible t Why, ~am tianoley ultterly, e I " t " a chaa " [ a final and definitive solution to the fellow tta~m got TEXAS I ' I complete, advantage of either country. f ii!i