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Stamford American (Newspaper) - July 1, 1926, Stamford, Texas Texas Brief news from Over the state $1,199,492 Road contracts awarded. Tho Sute Highway commission on Juno 16 awarded Road contract totalling $1,199,492 for work in Jim Wells Gonzales and Trinity counties. Co eds barred from Midnight movies. Co eds at the University of Texas Are hereafter barred from attending Midnight matinees in moving picture houses. Miss Ruby Terrill Dean of women at the University announced the ruling at a meeting of the House mothers. Blinker lights for mail pilots. A Blinker Boulevard costing $4,000 will be installed Between Dallas and fort Worth to Aid air mail pilots. Sites for the seven intermittently flashing lights have been selected by Phil i Ampere Field manager of the National air transport inc. Miss Margie e. Neal candidate for Senate. Miss Margie e. Neal candidate for the state Senate from the second senatorial District opened her speaking Campaign at Carthage june 14. Miss Neal is at present a member of the Texas state Board of regents. La of t. Royalty to go in Bonds. The University of Texas Board of regents have ratified the action of the finance committee looking toward the investment of about $8,300,000 of the Oil royalties in the permanent fund in Liberty Bonds. The Deal will be handled by Austin Banks without commission it was announced. Texas civil War Veteran climbs Stone Mountain. A. S. Moseley a Cameron civil War Veteran 82 years old visited Stone Mountain near Atlanta ga., while attending the Confederate reunion at Birmingham Ala. Or. Moseley said he walked to the top of Stone Mountain and Down again alone. He is believed to be the Only Man of his age Ever to accomplish this feat. West Texas boy scouts to visit Philadelphia. Twenty five boy scouts of Abilene and other West Texas cities will August 16 in a truck for Philadelphia where they will attend the sesquicentennial exposition. They will also visit Washington and new York while on the Twenty Day journey. The group will lie in charge of the Rev. John w. Price of the methodist the my Tatlin i. I Snebli High and ii Church Putnam Mer scout exec the Mountain is 1,600 feet High and it f. F Ali % truck has been is seven Miles around it. Or. Moseley was sent to the reunion by the people of Cameron. Tive at Abilene. A new truck has been bought for the trip. Old 96-year-old texan dead. Charles Adolphus Sterne 95 years old believed to have been the oldest master Mason in Texas a Confederate Veteran and resident of Texas under four flags died at Palestine june 6. He had been a Mason for seventy four years. East Texas c. Of c. Functioning. East Texas chamber of co Mem Headquarters were opened at Longview june 16, with the arrival of w. N. Blanton. Manager who has started work of the organization As outlined at the last meeting of the directors. Dallas gets next meet of foreign War veterans. Col. Tun l. Manion of Dallas was elected Texas department commander of the veterans of foreign wars and Dallas was chosen As the place to hold the seventh annual Encampment next year. Cross Crossings cautiously governor Miriam a. Ferguson has issued a proclamation setting aside the period from june i to september 30 As a no Accident period and urged motorists to avoid accidents at Railroad Grade Crossings. This is the fifth time this Jeriod had been set aside. She urged the slogan. A across Crossings cautiously. Reunion of old freighters. About 400 old freighters and members of their families and friends were in attendance at the Barbecue at san Antonio. June 16, the concluding feature of the Pioneer freighters association convention of Texas. Amasa Clark. I of year old Veteran of the mexican War was the Central figure of the reunion and took a prominent part in the Parade. James Hogan of san Antonio was reelected president. Queen Tut May have to re Duce. Queen Tut. The baby elephant of Forest Park. Fort Worth now tips the Scales at 3,100 pounds it was announced recently by George c. Clarke Park superintendent. When the elephant was brought there in the fall of 1923 she weighed Only 1,600 pounds. The gain in weight during her stay in fort Worth has been 1,500 pounds or More than 500 pounds each year. Queen Tut will be six years old in August. Big Tusk of Mastodon unearthed. What is probably the largest Tusk of any Mastodon yet unearthed in Texas was discovered at Cedar farm on Walnut Creek near Austin. The Tusk is about 15 feet id length and curved in Sha be. Whether it is the left or right Tusk the geologists have not yet to determined. The Tusk will he covered with shellac and brought to the University of Texas where it will lie placed in a museum of natural history which is to be built at that institution in the near future. A typical Texas Hoy and girl chosen. Raiford Morrison of Hagerman Texas and Mary Johnson of san Antonio Texas have been chosen As the Washington on the Brazos. Thousands attended the Celebration held at old Washington on the Brazos \ re in Pinnt. June 3, when dedication exercises were i t i j j a w the Irir Lunod by held for the Little hading recently Ila erected As a replica of the old Black Little of Tenh Smith shop where the Texas Declara p. Little of temp Tion of Independence was signed March a. Ii. 5 Jill Tho Niini 2. 1836. Patriotic citizens from All parts i us a Togo a a of the state were present and partied in a pm or san an rated in these exercises. It j a father arrangements for the Celebration i in a l Al he two were made by the Brenham and Nava 8mllu from she was sponsored it Sot a c Hambers of Commerce and the Washington Park commission of which or. J. J. Marek of Brenham is chairman. In per c capita Cost of state 8titution8. The average per capita Cost of support and maintenance of the state eleemosynary institutions for the nine months beginning sept. I 1925. Was $24.89, according to the statement for May issued by the state Board of control. Inmates numbered 13,527, with expenses totalling $286,334 for May. With average per capita Cost of $24.22. The Abilene state Hospital had the highest per capita Cost for May $52.82 teachers of san Antonio Brackenridge High school. Raiford Morrison of Hagerman who will represent Texas boys is the son of a Small Farmer. He is employed As janitor in a Denison Hank and is earning funds with which to attend High school. Autos kill 437 in Texas during year 1925. Automobile accidents caused the death of 437 persons in Texas during 1925, according to figures compiled by the Bureau of vital statistics. State Board of health. There were 322 homicide victims 356 accidental deaths from firearms. 285persons died As a result of Burns 194 highest Eicr capita Cost for victims of drowning and train actin school for the Bif Oil a second with 16� $45.55 the girls training school third $43.84, and. The Confederate woman s Home fourth. $43.26. New construction at the various institutions during May Cost $61,260, employees numbered 1,848, with a pay Roll totalling $104,717. Texas Rattlesnake venom goes East. Obtained from a dozen Diamond Back rattlesnakes ten cubic centimetres of venom have been evaporated and crystallized at the fort Sam Houston station Hospital laboratories san Antonio. For shipment to Philadelphia where it will be used in producing anti Cro talus scrum for treatment of Snake bites. R Ulmen see heavy train traffic. R. C. Andrews District manager car service division american railway association told transportation officials of southwestern railroads at their meeting in Houston june 16, that 5,500 cars Are being gathered at Grain shipping centers in the Texas Panhandle to handle the Banner wheat crop expected this year. State takes Over roads. Maintenance contracts in Twenty one counties expired june 15, and with this expiration the state took Over the maintenance work in accordance with a policy announced by chairman Mal Moseley of the state Highway commission some time ago. With the expiration of these Twenty one county maintenance contracts Only three remain to expire before the state will have taken Over completely its maintenance work. These three counties Are Freestone in which the contract expires july i and Orange and Jefferson in which the contracts expire August i. Texas ranking uth in legion membership. I Region Aires from Texas will he the fifteenth organization in the line of March of the big Parade to be staged in Philadelphia the week of Ort. . During the National convention. Capt. S. Hankins. State adjutant has Lieen advised. A this rank will be Given Texas because it ranks fifteenth among the states in legion membership As com a pared with fort fifth this time last j year Captain Hankins said. 1 the Texas department has 14.403 members. New York is first with More than 50.000. Pecos Bix Elk project Bill is signed. President Coolidge has signed a Bill recently passed by Congress for an appropriation of $2,000,000 to dam the Pecos River for irrigation purposes according to a Telegram received by Richard h. Gray of fort Stockton from congressman Hudspeth. Under provisions of this act a dam and Reservoir will be constructed on the Pecos River at some Point near the new Mexico Texas line and will be known As the Hudspeth dam. The dam will serve for irrigating approximately 140,000 acres of land in Loving Reeves Ward and Pecos co int irs. The territory of irrigable land will extend from two to four Miles on either Side of the River and for a distance Down the River of to Miles. I a dents claimed 168. Rabies caused seven deaths and suicide victims numbered 237. 1 a total of 42,251 deaths were report red for the year and of this number 15.-078. About one third could have been prevented through the rules of right Liv-1 ing personal Hygiene sanitation and other precautionary methods the Board of health reported. Deaths from infectious diseases which Are listed As preventable were pulmonary tuberculosis 3,613, pneumonia 2.644, diarrhoea under 2 years 1.953, influenza 1,082, Broncho pneumonia 992, typhoid fever 578. Diarrhoea Over 2 years 499, meningitis 335. Other tuberculosis than pulmonary 251, malaria 191, syphilis Iai diphtheria 176, tetanus 149. Perpal septicaemia 132, whooping cough 102. Measles 62. Acute poliomyelitis 43. Anthrax 2, smallpox 2, Scarlet fever 34. Flood Protection for san Antonio. An appropriation of $175,000 has Bren made by the City comm in Ion of san Antonio to Purchase property for construction of a flood prevention Channel from the rear of the san Antonio Public service company building on St. Mary a Street to the san Antonio River near the French building main Plaza and Dolorosa Street. The appropriation provides for the immediate Purchase of the y Rench building for $65,000. And frontage of the old Market House on Market Street for $27,463. The flood Channel which will eliminate a River Bend will of kept closed except in time of flood. A killer of $30,000 Worth of livestock captured. The Black Lobo of Brewster county is now on exhibition at Breckenridge. It is estimated that the animal has killed $30,000 Worth of livestock. Two mexicans Are also included in its list of victims. After having defied capture for years. It was finally captured by w. I. Evans a government trapper after haying lost its mate More than a year ago in a Battle with cattlemen. This female Wolf known As the terror of Brewster county weighs ninety two pounds and it Pup captured at the same time weighs eighty five pounds. It is almost Coal Blacks with ferocious Pale Green eyes. Evans won a $500 prize for capturing the Wolf and has been offered $1,000 for the lobes by the Lincoln Park zoo of Chicago he said. The Dairy Industry in Texas continued from pages when this milk seven Hundred Gallons is strained and cooled it is hauled twice daily by truck to the Highland Jersey distributing Plant at 2314 live Oak Street Dallas. Texas where a is pasteurized. Ik�1 tied and distributed by eight trucks twice daily to the groceries cafes restaurants hotels and confectioners. The rapid Progress of this particular Dairy shows us Tho great possibilities before our state along this line. But it is not the great number of milk cows owned that counts As much As the Quantity and Quality of their products ailing with the right manner of disposal of the products of the Small Dairyman could Only lie brought to realize that his work is As much a a business As the larger owner then his profits would compare Well in accordance with numbers. Georgi a. Tiki. Kirtles \ of the texan pre a Mim Tat Ion at 8an Antonio june 12, 192. Or. Neu Wai born at Brenham. Texas december 20, i s7h. Finished High so tool it 17 years of age and then started to work Aser tand boy fur a Brenham grocery firm working his Way up through the various departments of the firm until he became its manager. Entered the publishing business March i 1912, he and his associates purchasing the Brenham Banner from col. John c. Rankin. Or. N eur was chosen Secretary treasurer and general manager of the company which started operation under the name of the Brenham Banner publishing company. The original capital of the company was $6,000, hut today no capital Stock la $60,000. Or. Neu a Success is manager of the Banner is especially deserving in View of the fact that he had Fiad no previous experience in the publishing business. He is a member of the Brenham rotary club and director of the Brenham chamber of Commerce. Four amendments to Constitution will be voted on. Notices for Tho official publication in every county for the election next november 2 on four proposed amendments to the state Constitution have been prepared at the state department for Early mailing. The proposed changes in the Constitution which will Lee submitted to a vote at the general election this year Are whether school land owned by one county shall be taxed by the county in which it is situated. Whether the Board of prison commissioners shall be abolished and a single executive substituted. Whether the counties shall be Given Power to create Independent school districts now held Only by the legislature. Whether officers of the National guard National guard Reserve and officers of the Reserve Corpa of the United Sunshine ranch Dairy. Another Dairy that has establish a reputation for itself through the production of certified milk is the Sunshine ranch near san Antonio owned by the Maverick Brothers. The development of this particular Plant is of interest in that it is the Only surviving certified milk producing Dairy in the state. The production of certified milk entails great care and sanitation and the product must be sold at a Price to justify such expense. This Dairy embraces both Jersey and Holstein cattle the milk from the two Breeds living kept separate and marketed As such. The Mistletoe Creamery company of san Antonio distributes the product for the Sunshine ranch and the final Lucres of this undertaking is augured in that Thev Are marketing from 600 to 800 bottles of this certified milk daily. This Dairy has grown from one competing some thirty or forty cows to a nerd of Over 150 milking cows. The principal Market for this product is found in san states and enlisted men of such Mili. �?.----------�?. Tar organizations shall be authorized Antonio As a food for children and into hold Public office in the state. A valid and the demand for the same is two of the resolutions submitting rapidly increasing questions make $5,000 appropriations to i let s give our faithful Dairy cows a cover expenses of the elections while Chance and see what additional wonders the other two say the Cost of the Al cd can be accomplished in the Dairying Lions a shall be provided out of approx \ business in Texas during the next Rny privations made by Law years. The possibilities Are news tune in talks from the radio editor by David j. Morris. The radio in Japan. During this month Tokyo Japan and radio station Oak will celebrate the brat Annivera a Ary of broadcasting in Japan. This station has been heard in Chicago and Ohio and quite frequently on the Pacific Oast. It broadcast on i too Watts and ought to a heard in Texas and Oklahoma. Japan has two other stations jobs it Osaka and Jock it Nagoya. It is estimated that in Japan there Are now 10,000 radio listeners and too new ones appearing every Day. The japanese prefer to have their radios All ready built for immediate be and prefer the american made machine. They have no a night Hawks a Rod Apple club Quot Quot truth societies Quot Etc., As we have Over Here. They like All kinds of music but jazz and refuse to permit this to be broadcaster and every station Over there shuts Down by to o clock each night. Another interesting part of their broadcasting is that of the English language. English books Are bought by the listener and instructor i a a i ten Grade crowing Accident reproduced. Radio station Wurm at pm by the listener and instructorbrimdej4ted on the night of give daily lesson by radio. Tilt j la in in Wpm affair. It japanese give their radio a sen we the safety first play Grade. Safety first play tirade crossing Accident in very realistic form. The purr of an automobile motor could be heard the talk of the people inside then the Roar of a fast moving train our place in their lives. Hired hand Sunflower Girt. The hired hand from wrap and the talk of the Engineer and and the Sunflower Bra from. Kansas have been up to Chicago then the Roar of both the Auto doing their stuff and while there fend train blended Ather there got their pictures made and they j a a Crit a or Tri in. Slat o. And stint a in the june Issue of a grinding of the train s braces aim a it digest. The hired hand or then tto conversation Harold Hough is running fourth wrecked car Etc. The Little Safe place in the Gold cup contest be to Fly a of Vlf Cut ing put on by that publication i was Fine and All in All the a a a ai5 other Texas announcer Are of j1 Bureau of standards has the following to say regarding the future of radio a i believe that the latest radio set on the Market cannot be improved upon but that the improvements if any which Are made in the near future will be on broadcasting stations. The radio Industry has settled Down and there is no longer reason to wait for radio to become established. It has done mexican players Over w. O. A. I. The Gebhardt mexican players can be heard Over w. O. A. I. Each tuesday evening from 8 30 to 9 30 o clock. No doubt this offers a rare Opportunity to lovers of mexican music. Radio Stone. A tarted broadcasting. The Law of allowed Waves will be tested Well j when this Case comes up at Washington. Up in Canada the stations have also broken Loose from Law and Are broadcasting copyrighted music against the wishes arid Laws of the composers Long wave lengths. Question and answer if que ration what la. Wit trap Caa i make en.? it c. T., cram Wood. Tass. a War. Trap u mad to tuna out undesired tation. And to Palaad la front of the. . You Caa malt. Tine her using a Nan Rondar hunted a a a. A 9-Lnrh tub. With so to so Tarn. Of no. 22 dec Wir. On it. Run Ana up of this Eon to Antenna and the. Olur to Antanna binding peat on tint aet. A a t i 0�stl0r�?i. The. Rage nere Jve inertia for toe information of those Kun rior or Quat to the Newler it or arum a i a Piuac up rior or Quai to to. Regular rape become established it has Dot one mafia magazines and special seeking to reach Europe on the 20fv a Quot Quality Velum and distance of this so far As the listening radio magazines Are now run a longer wave lengths Here Art a St thjtttsls11� Jan be a of the matter is concerned. J Ninf Jan stories with radio few of the stations and their of t hut Horn. a with the broadcasters. The following stations Are now settings the radio will prob wave Daventry Englind 5xx, ask or Quality la a into. a who ably have a Many stories 11600 matters Eiffel Tower 11� Hur. Velum about tha aaa on written Stout it in the. Future a France Al 2650 Ami Moo. In a a a utting their strength Back of in. He has some s,000 votes i while the fellow who is ahead Earl May announcer of pm a at Shenandoah Iowa Baa Over 14, too vote a a to it a or a one atop look and listen before crossing a Railroad track. Radio establish to. Or. J. H. Dellinger chief of the radio department of the u. S. In-1 our wild West and Cowboy life of ters radio Paris France car. A right talks Texas hat had in the past and 1750 meters Amsterdam hoi Mao Woi a a Lur it min nut of be in to of Quot in jul a Sweden Fase _ 1350 meters Kro arc sat a May Wui Kew Koa 5jpaa. Wos Kwh so Wco. Kyrc Kuka Woy Kuna Vic woo and Kob. Kyrc gives farm talks a a saws Quot sunday 2 sol. Sunday faint a hour Wedney Day also noon. Full information retarding the later Fie. Tat Kab a mailed to Tho follow in station goes on air without porn Salon. A tation in Chicago being a wave to broadcast on took their own wave and have Moscow Russia row1450 meter Geneva Switzerland Hoo meter Brunn Czecho Slovakia orb 1800 meters and Melbourne Australia 7zl, 1760 meters. A a a a a a f her Stu toss f q., Guymon. Okla j. A a a a radio fan. A w a a own a Wood thu ii. We a of. Euro re. a w. A. Hollis okie c. C. , to a % g. M., nos Ruig to Aag b. He Wagoner. Okla. A in add via All by to Toto of. Toioi in a ass Kerr ii. Wir. Fun

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