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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 28 May 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, MAY 28, 1908. BOATS ARE LAUNCHED Boats That Are to Ply on Fa mous Heights Park Lake Launched Yesterday (From Tuesday's Dally.) While tho Amarillo bund furnish, id mtiBlc (or tlio occuhIoii, a lurgo concours of citizens wltnuBcd tho formal laiinchlnc of a number ot the pleasure boats on the lukc ut Fum oui Heights I'ark yostordaynf lornoon. These boats are tho latest pressed eteel models mid will be tho first ilvcry boats ever used In tho city. Shortly after 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, a procession headed by tho Amarillo hand and followed by floats bearing tho boats and carriages with prominent citizens, formed at tho Do andl theater and passed along the principal streets to tho Bowery and back to 1'olk street, tlieuco to Fani oiu Heights. The publicity give nto the occa sion of tho launching of tho boats Is in keeping with tiie importance of the event. Tho lako and purk at Famous Heights Is to be the first breathing spot of this charucter at fordod lo Amarillo ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 28 May 1908

f lay THG WEEKLY HERALD, MAY 28, I9O8. n WICHITA FOLK Af.lAlilLLO Hundred Boosters Preach Doc trine of Greater Southwest In Experience Meeting One hundred enthusiastic, flier f,etlc pmhers fur Wichita and fur ull Unit W'lehilii a n help, with glad lands m live ull the time und "glud tn meet you" writ large all over their fares, hml h good visit with Aniarllli) i hteiilay evening titl last 11 1 k ti t and h it thin morning the Rock Island ast id preach inure of Ihn doctrine of Wichita. Thin Ih the second visit of 'l hllu trade boosters to Amarlllo ami (he unanimous response) of the inido missionaries to thu Invitation of their Amurlllo entertaluers wan that they would be hack ugaln on trade excursions and otherwise. For the first time since they be ;;flil I heir trip (he trade special made It h schedule time yesterday. Coming down from Dulhart over the Denver, the train gained a half hour and In stead of coming Into Ainralllo late, readied here before It was expected. Hut the bin Tir...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 28 May 1908

yp umii'iM THE DAILY PANHANDLE Mmyl SB 9 0 S a 9 9 1 9 J Are the lost Popular Yoiasi ladie it K-J I m The Tesas,; Panhandle? This Important Question Shall be decided by the people of the Panhandle, and to the Young La dies who are adjudged the most Popular The Daily Panhandle Will Give seme resents Mmm 19 o o.o o tea n. V sx ji vs. e ? O To the Young Lady voted the most popular the Daily Panhandle will give first choice of the fol lowing gifts: One Crown Piano, value $45o.oo One Diamond Ring, value 3oo.oo One Lot in Glenwood, value 3oo.oo One Lot in Famous Hts. Park, value 2oo.oo One Ladies' Gold Watch, value . loo.oo One Singer Sewing Machine, value 6o.co One 5cholarship,AmarillQ Business College, value 5o.oo One " Draughon Practical " " " 5o.oo The next Seven voted the most popular shall have choice of the seven v remaining; gifts in the order of their standing, and to each of the next forty The Daily Panhandle will make a consolation gift of a HANDSOME DINNER SET w D Oil Of CM i ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 28 May 1908

TUG WEEKLY HERALD, MAY 28, loOS. M'lkl.S 'AND fel'AKKS, " . . Conductor II. r. Gotlln, who hiu been 011 tlic tltlt list U at work again. Conductor "Harney" NuUoa ha bnoa enjoying a thirty day lay oft end Conductor H. li, Lowrey U of flclatlng oa tho l'lulnvlcw run in bin tU'iid with Conductor tiloop ou Low rey' car. llrakoiQuo Charles S. Meyers is till oa tha off list, account of sick- Bittkeman 11. J. Kramer haa taken thirty days aud gooo to his claim In New Mexico, Engineer John Atwood Is retain ft low (! leaving the 198 to the extra men. Chief Clerk Mayberry of tho tralu- ruubtor's office U through with hla work of IhsuIhk orders for time check, aeouut of reduction. Master Mechanic Thomas Booth sum had a little engine factory to draw on during tho runh as ho was always on hand with plenty of power. The pile driver wu out this week, driving tho piling for tbo Twenty- eluhth Kireet viaduct. Conductor W. T. Hayden has re jiorted bumping Conductor llerbst. Conductor l-'rauk McGllrehe...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 4 June 1908

l The ekly Herald. VOL.XXlll. AMARILLO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 4 1908 NO. 23 We 7 ,. AT. V P, V, BOYS WORKED HARD FOR GAME Special tmm r. V, Offices. Tho Pecos Valley ball team and 100 rootirs, headed by Manager Stn. w rll and Assistant Manager .Ml rahan, made an n 1 1 ;i c K. on tho Clovls aggregation Saturday and Sunday. 1 hoy fought with brain and brawn but wore forced to retire, after to da.vs' btniggle, from tho cneniy'i. ter ritory. The symptoms of battle show plainly on the office boys but the nuns of defeat are Invisible, llow ever. Minasff Siowoll admit that the score of ;: lo 1 In earn gamo again; t Mm b thP main reason ho or floivd In;, nit n to withdraw and march to Amarillo, thence to await. th at tar, (,f tiio Clovis tram Sun flay, .1 i.no 7. Many rp"i Lit ular plays wore pull ed oil In IkiiIi jiiu's, the . V, ,ova hain;; a t light ndantng' In thni iv rpcrt, pulling off four double plas in t h r .Sunday game, Davis pilchod a great game Saturday ,-nd with proper niiMrt a...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 4 June 1908

2 THE WEEKLY HERALD JUNE 4, Io08. THE CLASS OF 1908 r- - W School Seniors Use 0rlliial Ideas In Class Day Program ! Flora Thursday'! Dally.) , Six union who have made auc cesses of their High School life, class of Juniors who are worthy auc, lessors, thirty-two grammar achool graduates of th9 eauie kind and teachers, atudoota and friends are giving Amarillo the most Interesting commencement season the achoola have ever had. Beginning Sunday with thji baccalaureate, continuing . Monday with tbo surprise exercises by tho juniors for the aenlors, and yesterday with class day exercises la tno aftunoon and grammar acboot commencement at nlgbt, tho program twines to It climax tonight with the graduation exercises for the High School at the Methodist church, A (jlimpito of Hchool Life. School life bs tho seniors knew it was pretented in the class day eisr circs which were enjoyod by a crowd ed boiif at the High School audito rium yesterday afternoon. Alllse KendrlcH at tho piano opened tbo...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 4 June 1908

'Y TWil WlHiKLY HERALD, JUNU 4, 1908. -1 j IEAD AND I iM Found yesterday In Plan- I Inor Mill Shpd Is Still 1 ' Q ! W W W W Willi Unidentified (Prom Mondays Dally.) A battered red' moron o-roverrd anonioranduni book with a varied lot grabbled iinnnm and with tho le gend itU (i'ddi'ii. his hook," niay give the name of Ilic mini found dead j etterday afternoon In u shed Duck of Iho Aniarillo pinning mill. One jJrKcl was the extent of Iho money loft In thi! man's pocKcts and his oilier efforts conslhlod of nn ns. sortimnt of comparatively valueless junk such as a railroad laborer might juik lij) In his work from plac pluco. Qn a bit of paper in hU pork tt were scrawled the word, It. M. Crtynor, Mlneml Wells," an If It had been put down as an address (o he kept for some purpose. A patent medicine almanac, among the other Mings, bore the Imprint of a drug gist In Shawneo, Oklu. Tho man was flm feel, nine and one-half Inches tall, welshed js.'i poundg and looked to be of Irish descent and...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 4 June 1908

ii i ml mtm .!. A : 0 THE WEEKLY HERALD, JUNE 4, 1908. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursdays at C16 Polk Dtrtet, Amarillo, Texas. n,T p. n. noEHE.t. Entered at tbs Postofflce at Amir illo, Texas, ai second clam mall mat ter. Official Orgat of City of Amarillo and Potter County ADVERTISING RATES. Display 20o per Inca each Insertion. Irocali lOo per inch each Insertion. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER TEAR. The Herald will caasa coming to rou when your time expires unless wa are authorized to continue It. Should any subscriber' fall to re ceive The Herald regularly, ploasa adv.' ua at once by card or tele phone. Any errors reflecting upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the eolacnna ot The Hurald will be gladly corrected upon Us being brought te the at tention ot the publishers. THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 98 TlTtX FOR BETTER, Henry Clews asy In bis Wall atrect letters; "While the stork mar ket has been foverlsn, It Is refresh ing to...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 4 June 1908

9 TM12 WEEKLY HERALD, JUNE 4, 1908. PRYSE IS ON TRIAL ; Wheeler County Deputy Answers i u i oiiuuiiiiii ruiKoi, Saloon Last Winter (From TucBday's Dally.) This morning HfHT a tiny and a half of quest lulling nml cross ques tioning of talesmen, the court com. pletcd the Jury In the pry.se case and both b'dnti announced ready for trial. Justice of the, rcai.' J 1 oi in a l) , who acted a coroner over the body of the Mexican ahoni Pryso shot, wan tne only wltneas examined t h 1m morn ing. Thin afternoon other more di rect witnesses are being examined. The defendant J. m. I'ryso In on trial under Indictment for the killing of a .Mexican Interpreter in a hack ' room of the ytlver Eagle saloon on Polk street last winter. Although tliero were nuny nujn In the saloon and within a few feet of tho place whoro tho Hh.mling occurred there were, no rye witnesses of tho act. On the examining trial I'ryso sub mitted no testimony or evidence what ever, lie wax allowed ball and made bond in the sfcn...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 4 June 1908

1 0- R- 18 9 S ffil is Mi ' F adW wm WWPMIWf 1 , ir,.r -, 'VVy r--r-0 THE DAILY PANHANDLE " ' V e the Most In The Texas Panhandle? 1 Ar -1 U j J'tUillillll 1M This Important Question Shall be decided by the people of the Panhandle, and to the Young La dies who are adjudged the most Popular The Daily Panhandle Will Give laii seme Pr eseitts Awd aft E 19 o o I ins. Value! .1t rnr. olbj To the YoungEEady voted the most popular the Daily Panhandle will give first choice of the fol lowing gifts: One Crown Piano, value $45o.oo One Diamond Ring, value 3oo.oo One Lot in Glenwood, value 3oo.oo One Lot in Famous tits. Park, value2oo.oo One Ladies' Gold Watch, value . loo.oo One Singer Sewing Machine, value 60.00 One Schola rship, Amarillo Business College, value 5o.oo One " Draughon Practical " " " 5o.oo The next Seven voted the most popular shall have choice of the seven remaining gifts in the order of their standing, and to each of the next forty The Daily Panhandle will make a consolation ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 4 June 1908

1 THE WEEKLY HERALD, JUNE 4, 1908. Scott s L,muiJton strengtnens enreeDiea nurinj mothers by increasing their flesh and nerve force. a? It provides baby with ths necessary fat Qi and mineral food for healthy growth. jj ALL DRUQC!STS SILVER IN TON LOTS Detoured Shipment From Old Mexico Made Sensation at Union Station (From Saturday's Daily.) Two tons of pure (silver in bit; crudo bricks (stacked out in t ho open on an express truck drew a crowd of wondering on-lookers nt the union station yesterday nftoriioon and marly broke the Imcks of tho un Ijcky express handlers who had to shift the consignment from tho Den ver to tho Santa Fe. Trouble for lApressmcn. Denver No. 7 arrived from the toutb yesterday four hours late. No. "112, northbound on the Santa Fo, wan ready to Ko out and No. S south bound on the Denver came In while the other two trains were on (he track. A car or two of perishable goods on the northbound Denver which had escaped from the wafer blockade Kouth would have been ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 4 June 1908

8 THE WEEKLY HERALD, JUNE 4, 1908. CLOSING EXERCISES Opera House Daintily Deco rated For Clarendon Col lege Closing Exercises Tho opera hous was very neatly and effectively decorated with bunt lng In the college colora, row, white nd green, tho occasion being the closing exercises of Clarendon col Jcge. Wo noted an absenco of flow fig which should surely be In evl deuce In a flower and evergreen town like Clarendon, however, Clarendon n.ay well boast of her beautiful hu man flower and tbey were every. where the eye reached In all their rlalnty aiimnier finery ko dear to the girlish heart, they flitted about Riilinh heart; they flitted about, generally delighted the eye. The masculine element added tho sober touch of color and Incidentally look ed a If they were bored. Tho gentln buzz of human voices filled the air and one caught (rag mentK of sentences that were amu ing is the crowd good naturedly waited for the performers to arrive and get settled In their places. Iter. Mr. Sensaba...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 11 June 1908

- T- :- The Weekly Herald NO. 24 AMARILLO. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNG n 1908 VOL. XXIII. HONE GO, LAYS CONDUIT MAINS aBitMiiMgMMigggMMSsgJsawatwigMiMMgWW i i i ' - MUCH SUFFERING LAID Santa Fe Only Railroad Operating Out of Topeka, Railroad Bridges Acted as Dams Much Stock Drowned Ano:latiJ Press. Kanm City, June 10. With the flood waim from the Kaw reaching within nfco block of the union sta tion, rnwiing a quarter of the lower pari of stock) ards, rendering nae Ifi.tf soim, railway t.vark.t coming in from the west, and bcginnins to creep Into the basements of t'.ie big wboleFal houses in weft biom?, Kau.-id City found itself this norn ing in the throes of the uiobt peiiotiH flood since 19(1.1. There In no pTi Pinty however, that tin prcat Hood mtA of that jar when millions of dollars, of damage wau done, being rpNilKd. and every indication that top rrrt of the flooil will, be reached iris fternoon and that withi'j anoth er t."-i:i.' f'oir hours both thf Kb' rad Mi .-fiiiri at this poin...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 11 June 1908

2 THE WEEKLY HERALD, JUNE II, 1908. f"f rtin'TinfTOi'iiM i "niimwifinT"TrfTrpr"yf j""trw"J I FiMc frcm Pure Grspc Cream ol Tartar, I ii hm. mi puin inmnpamopn I lrJijIlfoL5,:- IS I finCt"3:Afir.Si If SMeMs fee Food from Aliim! ATTEMPT UPON DREYFUS' At Re-Inferring of Late Emile Zola, Member of French Paper Deliberately Fires Two Shots at Major Dreyfus A-of.-tatel Press, Paris, Juno 4. The canonization todliy of Kmllo Zola, at the Pantheon v.-s marred by h dasinrdly attempt en Hi'; lilo f .Major Dreyfus. Psris v.:.i thrown Into u punlc for at first H van t (. :: v i iho president ' had Urn f'.hiI. 'i !m major was wounded end h' n::.!::l:int arretted. fc.il.i. v.l'.i) (lied In 1 902, was ton jeai-.i to. id Mimed to several yearn ni;irl.ir,n:iH'nt for addressing to Fe lix rainr. then president, the fam ous Jacques," In which waH laid liRro a conspiracy of the general army htuff n;i I n-t Dreyfus. Today his il ust wait Interred with national hon ors In the Pantheon, tho French temple of...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 11 June 1908

"VT" r r . 'I 1 3 f I. I I iTHERGIFflF POPULARITY CONTEST lurse of Fifty Piano Lessons by Cfias. V. Kirk- patrick An Added Gift In Daily Panhandle Popularity Contest The Tally ranhandle had derided to add another to the already lib. eral number rf gifts that aro to be presented In the Popularity Contest. "1 his gift, a course of 50 piano les sons, is one that Is sure to prove very popular ullh our young lady contestants. This Instrui-tinn will bo Riven by Charles V. K Irkpatrirk, who needs no Introduction to the IochI musical world as his work Is well and favor ably known here. The course of fif ty lessors Ih valued at $5i. Mr. Klrkpatrick began the study of music at the ngo of 8 end has made the subject hla life btody and work. 1I has studied under such tcmbers a Kennith Uradley, J. D. Dews-lion, Ur. ("has. Allen, Tall. Ksen Morgju and oiliei's of equal celeb rity. He possesses a finished tech nique and hia playing la charucter l.ed by an interpretive ability of the Highest, order....

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 11 June 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, JUNE II, 1908. THE WEEKLY HERALD I robllabed weekly on Thursdays ' ftt C1C Polk Etrebt, Amarlllo, Texas. Entered at tha ToitofMca it Amur Do, Texas, at aecond close nail mat- tar. f Official Organ of City of Amarlllo nu l enicr louniy V ADVERTISING! RATES. 1 Display 20o per Inch each Insertion " Local JOo per Inch aach insertion, SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 TEn YEAR. fW tff I I 1 1 - m ... I k (a rou when your time expire uulem o lira sutnorixoa o conuous 11. Phould any subscriber f mII to re ceive ino ueraia rcguiariy, iiu a vise us at outs oy cara ur poone. Anv irnn .f1.lln nnnn th character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear la tba coin 'ana ot 'J no Herald will be gladly corrected upon it being brought in tba at tention or ilia publishers. THURSDAY, JUNK n, 1908 TH K MA.V AM) HIS JOU. Two thlags are essential to a sue censful buatness; first a wise employ- cr, and bycoudly competent and faithful employes. It In 11 lie the poa it...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 11 June 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, JUNE ! I, 1908. V V MTERANS ' INSESSION ;mmense Throng Gathers In Big Auditorium to Hear War Stories Anew r T Associated rraii. Birmingham, Ala., June 9. Amid great enthusiasm 'before 7,000 peo ple is the big auditorium, the eighth annual reunion o Confederate vet cram was called to order today by Major General George P. Harrison, commanding the Alabama division of Confederate veterans. Surrounding General Harrison on the stage wero tieneral W. L. Cabell of, Texas, Gen eral Clement Rvans of Georgia, Gen eral Tyler and others, besides many prominent officers and representa tives of local sons of veterans, daugh. tors of the Confederacy and local citizens. Today's program Includes an ad dress by Brigadier General W. ntish on behalf of the veterans of Alaba ma; an address by General Itufus N. Rhodes, on behalf of the Bona of veterans, and a third address by Mrs. Charles G. Brown on behalf of the Alabama daughters of the Confed eracy and the reading of an address of G...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 11 June 1908

TMG DAILY PANHANDtn Are A 4. r Mies p 1 pi i 9 HI 9 P8 1 1 riS Of? m El S3 2 I n The Texas Panhandle? This Important Question Shall be decided by the people of the Panhandle, and to the Young La dies who are adjudged the most Popular The Daily Panhandle Will Give TUT Jfl 11 A $19 0 ' 0 I'jm O To the Young Lady ypted the most popular the aily Panhandle will give first choice of the fol lowing gifts: One Crown Piano, value $45o.oo One Diamond Ring, value 3oo.oo One Lot in Glen wood, value 3oo.oo One Lot in Famous Hts. Park, value 2oo.oo One Ladies' Gold Watch, value . l oo.oo One Singer Sewing Machine, value 60.00 One Schola rship, Ainarillo Business College, value 5o.oo One " Draughon Practical " " " 5o.oo The next Seven voted the most popular shall have choice of the seven remaining gifts in the order of their standing, and to each of the next forty The Daily Panhandle will make a consolation gift of a HANDSOME DINNER SET pi mini mm m u v !! M"WnmHi Wl .W ULI 1VM l' u' W PfWiHf'H 1"...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 11 June 1908

v THE WEEKLY HERALD, JUNE !l, 1908. FREEZE IS REFUSED BAIL Must Remain In Jail to Await Trial lor Killing of "Shady Bill" Warren. '(From Mondays Dally.) . Alter the exhaustive hearing In the rase against George Freeze tor kill log of "Shady Bill" Warren Friday morning, Justlca of the Teace Hoi. , wan Saturday evening hold tho , charge against tli9 defendant to he warder In the first degree and ac cordingly remantcd hlru to jail with out ball. Argue Sklf Defense. In presenting their case before the rourt Saturday evening, the defense argued that the killing wa3 purely pne In aelt defwse. The statement repeated In cofirt by various wit nesses, who saw and heard the shoot ing or Freeze to "Shady Bill'' to tho effect that "Yo beat me over tho head with a six shooter once, but you , won't do It now,' was taken by tho defense to lndlcat0 that Warren was Advancing upon Frcoze and had threatened him again, and that Freeze was tanlng him off.- It will lie remembered that Warren some time ago...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 11 June 1908

1 8 THE WEEKLY HERALD, JUNE !!, 1908. CAKK OF MILK IS 1HK BOMJK. CleanllnoM tad cold ir essential la having wholesome milk. Milk to wn bs iiupurlliea whenever It U ex lc.Bd to the ciror placed ta nncleaa vc.hhuU. Tho amcint or desree of tni contamination depends a the rlcanllnea of the air and tha uten sil; oven the air of a so-called clean room contains soma impurities. Tba bacteria which gelf into tha milk from th9 olr ela increase rap idly aa Ion at tha milk rimaina warm 50 dig. F. or above; they aro dormant or Increase slowly at lower temperaturea, , Cleanliness and cold are Impera. tiv0 if one would have good milk, al though if It is connumed as soon alter production that the bacteria in it do not havo time to increase much Bay two or thrpo hours the Im portance o( cold is lessened. If tho producer end dealer hare done tUtlr duty, there Is dally left at t he consumer's door a bottle of clean, cold, unadulterated milk. It may ttien become unfit for food, enpe-J clnlly for babicB...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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