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AbstractDAILY PALO ALTO'TIMES. MONDAY, MARCH 30. 1908. LOTS IN North Palo lo From $350 UP $10 Down $10 a Month J. B. DALEY* 625 Emerson St. MOTOR cars make -OOP ROADS K-CBSSARY Soma Tana Abos. ibe Slats lllahwar* Thst Ars KaaAat and Their .'.».. Collars snd Cults. Domestic Finish Stanford Laundry PALO ALTO. aak la. Pbon. Witt. 111. F. J. Comerford BORS-SBO-XH- ASH WAOOS MAXIMO III Brraat axxasC. P. O. Baa IT. Palo Alts, CaL I.I.....I.I.I.II.I...II *ommaammmommtmmmammafm^ Among the many othsr things thst bss been elected by tbe development of the'motor CAT, ll road building. Up to the time that the motor car became an acknowledged mode of conveyance. Old tyttem of building highways wst carried on under rule* that had not Improved to any great extent for the last decide Thsy bsd reached a ttste which ooly necessitated s top dressing occasionally to keep them lo condition, tbst dtd not demand greater Improvement, or sny radical ohanga in construction. With tba advent ot the fatt-movtog automobile these road* wen dblntegrated snd constantly ihowed tb* wauknets of their construction, which nised tht howl that the modern vehicle woald toon destroy the roadbeds This was one Of the greatest polnta - held up agalntt the motor car. whsn' It was coming Into favor, bat hss now proven what was at tint thought an aril, b 00a qt the beat things for good roadt that could hive been In- noted. It ihowed thst roadt under the pnvloat lyttem of conatructton, although built at cheep flrtt cott, wen expensive in upkeep, and thst bow, wbtn ths science of rosd building hss received an impetus from the mcjlern vehicle, and developed a* a science ss quickly st th* science of automobile construction hat advanced that s proper I y-co nit ruct- sd rosd. with s little mon to hs considered st ths first cott, li by fir cheaper in ths end. In tpenklng of Ibis lubject. Fred J. Lint, msasger of tbs Mtxwell-Briecoe Pacific Co. etated lately that the automobile haa proven that oil roads, when built to aay gnat length snd wben constant card b not possible, an by tar worse than the-ordinary highway. Oil road* for park* aod place* of tuch nttun that can receive rou ttaot attention, srs dealrabl*, but on tbe greet highway* ot tha country, especially during the moist i eon. an boob worked into a deportable condition. Lim hag found thlt to be the condition prevailing when oil has been used la parti nf ths atate he haa Just yblted, nnd l setts that befon the regular dry season of summer seta Ib to tare what work bat already beea done by oiling, that they efaeald be tarfaoe served wltb tend aad gravel. TbU 1 undoubtedly wtll be hard on travel N* for a short time, but lt would be best In the end, ss It would set the ttoaea aad gravel Into ths tttcky ot[ mixture ot oil and dirt that b softened by rale, which Is far worse thin adobe. An oil road kaaeded up by travel during the wet seasoa takes o* s wivy. rutty surface st ths best tbtt Is sxcssdlnily hard on all kinds of vehicle* Tbe experience of the Ittt two years.' since the automobile bat become popular ln Ctllfornla. demand* that soma action must bs tiken by nil* those Interested In tbt state. That baton another winter b at bind a popular movement will have to be etarted when all the authorities of th* tUte will com* together and decide for the futon on the rules thst thtll govern rosd building. Tbe quicker thb Is don* the better for all concerned, for to allow the prssent road* tn continue aa they sre, menty meant s mon expensive move, when lt is taken. If something b not done to save tbem. CnltfornU Mtsnndetstood. Prsaldent Bsnjamln Ida Wheeler of the Unlvenlty ot California tt qootsd as laying In a recent addreea: "Cillfornli b unique Thb narrow, ■uoklaaed strip of the primal creation of the Deity, being hemmed in by th* Sierras snd tbe great deeert on one tide, aad the gmeteat oecan on tb* other, b a subject lor the net of the country to misunderstand and rolilnterpret." Oh wall. It li an attribute or rath' sr an Incident of genlut to be mta- undentood. If Doctor Wheeler It not mistaken. California is oalltnt If not always compsny. Ws han our wsy* snd they sn not often th* ways of a ■tolid aod diilrssiful psopls mi tared under gloomy skies, 01 scourged by driving billiards But sfter sll ws sre not so grind, gloomy snd pscultsr. Csllfornls b very bumtn. impulsive, gay, coursgsout snd It msy be fickle. The old bohtmisn spirit thst iBiplred the pioneer* ttill lingers, tl- bslt something chastened. We In* rite the distressful east to visit u* Ws will give thsm ths glsd hind just as tt nothing bsd happened They will find na better Americans than themselves, because thb favored region b the chosen horn* of democrscy. IT wo don't take much stock lo ths unco gutd doo't hola* It up against us. Cherries will toon he ripe. Come and tee us. We are not as black aa wa an ptlnted.— Call. Tbe Daily Time* torn -10c a week. tm_ TIMES PUBLISHING C0= Palo Al.o,*Cal. Prints Every- JBHa. jjm * ^JrwJsff^Tf Thing ttm\\lmmm¥'}fm%i} Desired. \P> if V „ aK_^**w[l ' 1 ^**"**k*-^ ^0_a 'ft 2 Linotypes 2 Cylinders 2 Folders . ^tolty Ths folios-In £ transfers of real estate wsr* placed oo record during tbe pest week: Abb O. Steele to Mary P. North. lots SS sad St..block 37. N. J. Bird subdivision. Pslo Alto, 110. George Jacob' to Carnjfh* Jacob, northeast MIddl-fleld rosd tnd south east Homer avenue,' northeast l.Oxir.o. part lot 1. block TS. I'nlo Alto. 110. .Ban Joae Abstract Company to Milton B. and Janet E. Roller, lots 61 and tt. Wad* subdivision, block SO, Ptlo Alio; reoonvayaBc* Isabella P. McCotnlah to Nelson MeComtth. loti 11 and IS. block fi. Collage Terrace. Mayfleld. 110 C. X. Chllds et ux to C. Leroy Kennedy, lota 10 and It. University Place, except atrip S.TSS chalna off salt end lob 10 and 11. flO. William J. Meredith et ux to Cooperative, Land A Trust Company. blocks'- aad IS. Evergreen Park. Mayfleld. IU. 3. 3. Morrit et ax to C. c and Catherine Dlckton, lob 1. S, aad k, block .». Palo Alto. 110. Henry T. Taylor et ux to Elba- bath Pemberton, nortbeaat Waverley and north watt Coolldge avenue, northwest 76x1.0 feet, part lota SS. SS and St. block SS. Seals addition l, Palo Alto. 110. Strengthening Federal Power. The ymtad states tupnme court took another flcldday Monday In knocking out legltlttlon by atab designed to regulate railroad ratga and control corporation* Five irn- retpecUble portant ruling* wen made, in three ot which state's rights wen given a staggering blow. Ths court decided that tbe ttste Isws of Minnesota and North Carolina seeking to regulate Interstate rate* on freight and passenger traSe, wen Involved by upholding tbe Jurisdiction of federal court* to inquire into the confleca- tory nature of ttste rate isw*. The Minnesota freight Uw. paaatd last year, wss declsred uneonttltu- tlonsl In thst it Imposed tuch Isrge flaa* sad tuoh long Imprisonment* 11,000 snd Ave ytsrs in prtton. on railroads and officials that violated the laws. In tha North Carolina ease, the ecttoa of Juitice Prlchsrd tn dismissing James Wood, an agent or the Southern railway, from jail, when he bad been eeat for vtolal- Ing the state railroad rata law, waa auatalned. The court alto dsddsd that ths Chlcsgo livestock exchange hsd nothing to say about tha management of tba trunk lines of the weal, aad tbat. If the nil roadt decided to give g lew rate oo packing-house products from tbe Missouri river to Chicago, evea If It mulled In the ruin ot the Chicago packing houaat or to tht shippers of livestock generally, tb* rallroadi hsd t limited power to do SO. Ob th* other hand ths court upheld the oonatltutlonstlty of the Tea- neat a* law tor the Inapeetlon of oil, ev*n In case* wbere tt Wat claimed thtt the product was la procet* of shipment, snd slso the Kansas law. which make* It a crime to bring cattle serosa ths southern ttate line Into Kansas without the cattle first having beea inspected by ttate or federal tnipectora. Tbe ocurt held tbst thb Isw was aot aimed at tbe regulation of commerce; It waa a men police mentnn. sad, therefore. It did not Interfere with federal Isws and regulation* 8o fir ii the general proposition involved, the saprexae court appeera to etrongly support the principle that tbe matter of rate regulation b one which must bs exercised on all interstate cnrrlen by the genera! government, and that the powers of ■tats leglilitures sad local commission! sn effective only Intofsr st they apply to purely local condition*—Oakland Enquirer. WESTERNERS SHOULD PAYOR WESTERNER FOR PRESIDENT Ths sffort to turn tht Republican delegation of, Nevada over to Hughes b one tbat ahould be defeated. It makes no difference what s estera man's politics may be. than is not one' of us who does not want to see a western man In tb* Whlto HoUse at the suae tabor of '.Theodora Roosevelt. DemocrsU do not ftvor i Nsw Yorker, lor example, and Republicans outfit not to favor Hughet or any other man who, If elected would be likely to be to Imbued wltb narrow eastern notions ss to imagine, sa most New Yorker* do. tbat the western boundary of tha nation b the Hudson liver. It b clear tbat. whoever may be elected. Democrat or Republican, It U for the interest* of tbs west tbst s msn from aome other pert of ths country than thst dominated by the influence of Manhattan ahould be chosen. Then b oaly one western Republican at tblt moment who can be considered at all and that b Secretary of War William H. Taft. Ot Oblo. It b an obvioti fact that all the opposition to Ttrt It now ao arranged that It will bs tamed over to Hughe* givin-; tha New Yorker a strong tupport ln the convention end perhapa enabling blm to capture tbt nomlnatloB. <\ It would be an outrage If thb result wsn to be brought about by western vote* Tbe men who woold tupport Hughe* agalntt Taft la tbs Republican convention would be traitors to ths watt aad would de- ssrra the ignomy that would be visited upon them by their nelghbora and aesoctate* A Democrat wbo would tupport an easterner Ib preference to a wtettrair would he a slmllsr traitor to hb patty and bb boms section. No ons would bin furthsr use for tuch s man. Let Westeraera be for Weettrnen, wbatevsr the party oae may owe allegiance to.—Nevada State Journal. PROFESSIONAL ATTORNEYS S. w\ CHARLES FREDERICK SCHNEIDER* ATTORNEY5-AT-LAV Stofcin*. Building Palo Aho, CaL ' Phone Msin s. ♦ « ♦««I*MM set\ Rodger*, Smith ft Thomas ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Notary public la otto* Phone Red 101. Uadlaoa- ! Tboiu block. Palo Alto, CaL.-; I **»*SS* **•*»»♦**!*! *'**S<*j» i DSHTISTS Geo, BUfce^ey Uttlt DENTIST OSes, M*d-oa-Thoia BuSMia, Palo Aho, Cal. Book and Job Printing Linotype (imposition for the Trade All orders large or small executed with care and promptness High at Lytton PALO ALTO ;»*gh****<M S»»ifi|til>»^»»PlWaillllll»Wl»»»i»Wglg>»»NM>^^^N>^ Oakland* Tax Handicap. Paul Morton, former secretary of tbs navy, told a nporter In Los Angsts* the other day tbat be believed T*h would be nomlosted on the tint billot In tht Chicago convention and that bo man wst better equipped than hs Ib experience. In training or la mental ability to fill the office. Mr. Morton la now representing ths Equitable Insurance Compsny and ssld tbst within tb* n*xt f*w montht' thtt corporation expects invent f2.000.OO0 of Jts turplui In Cilifornb. "We now have Invested In California 18.000.000," aald Mr. Morton, "and by the flrst of January next, the amount will pnbably approximate 110,000,000 " When eastern corporations sn looking to Cslifornb st a good place to Invest mooey. tbe Cslifornb bank! ought to bs willing to put out money on CslitorBls rsal estate.. But bow much ot thst 12,000,000 b Paul Morton likely to Invest tn Oakland with a Ux of IS.49T We might aa well fee* an ugly fact; tbe tsx rats la Oakland b a handicap which will have to be overcome.— Oakland Enquirer, Os. Hasssfll-aM ... -<SK_3rW1£-_S»-- Hss_r^sya.a^t»*i|sy.-s. J ss *♦!**»****!*•• »** si i*< anj Dr. C. S. McCowen D8NT1ST RK_v?i-a'iU?-_,« H«arai9to4 i**«SSSItt ****** **S+S»***B Harry C Reynolds DENTIST Nevada Bulldio, Palo AS, i Hours . to ia aad .:yj to 5 MEDICAL. Dr. iV. J. VILLAIN Physician and Surgeon Labi at Sss Franclsc-. hows, i ta i snd .to-U__-__i!^*ffl!_t Telephone Main 147 OSTEOPATHIC PtpSICIAN OR. H. C. PHILPE Gradual* American School of Otteopethy. Kltkvtll*. Mo. Trestment given patienta at I home If deelnd. Boun I a. m. to I p. m- IS* Vulvar ally avena* Phone Main 7. In Plata Term* "Tbs ignorance of many parsons: touching the 'good old 'Anglo-Aaxon*' speech we hear ao much of In the] magaaluM and newspapers," sa^i a mtmbsr of the fsculty of Princeton, j "it moet amusing al tlmss. a member of tbe bar in Pbiltdelphis, ij 1 mon remarkable for the vigor of hb addrettss to jurist thaa for' hb learnlag, wss aot long sgo com-; menung $>n the proceedings of thai *»*'*» -^^ othsr psrty to s salt under trial. '1 do not know what gloss,* said [ ha, 'my learned friend may pat upon I thb matter, but 1 will not mluce my words. I denounce thb thing In plain, downright Anglo-Saxon English as a nefarious snd prsposter- 11 transaction of tha most unprscs- dented kind.' "—Harpers Weekly. .1 a- 1 Estate of J. B. Flannelly, de- Notlee b hereby given by the un- denlgaed, Ellen B. Plannelly, tbe admlnbtrstrlx of the estate of 3. B. Flannelly, deoesstd, to ths cndltort of sad all persons having claims against the tald deceased, to exhibit tbe same, with the naoasaary vouchers, within four, months after ths flrtt publication ol thb notice, to the tald admlnbtratrrx at tha office of 8 W. Cbarlaa aad rrsdtiick Schneider, SlmklBt building, Unlvsnlty avtnut, between High and Emerson ■treet* la the town of Palo Alto, county ot Santa Clara, state of California, tbs tame bslng the plaoe far the transaction of tbs bastntaa of raid estate. - ' Ptlo Alto. CaL, thb Sd day of March. A. D* 1»0S. ELLEN V. FLANNELLY. Administratrix of tbs Estate of J. X. Flannslly, Deceased. 8. w. Cbarits and Frsdsrick Schneider, attorneys for adminbtra- trlx. filmklas building. Palo Alto, CaL 3—s-l-ll-SS-SO B^CCAT^qNAlW etUMUM«mU«M«««-«S* HOMERIAN HALL HcStt Scbool br Boys . Sseond hslf thirty-fourth attttstor opens March It, 1108, lo our naw school home In Bvergteen Park. Accredited to Stanford Unlvtrtity. Address Principal W. 3. Mtredlth. v pslo Alto, Csl. rms»g>CTl.gBt»»>l»W» ■ gggHgg»»hl» ^Aj_faXprt.yrA*r0OlP9- CDWARD WECK BgAL gglTATg AMP tOANS Fire, Asddtot, PUts Glass snd Burglary Insurance written In tbe bat?compaaJse and lots** promptly adjutted and paid In my ofllce. Wtiwiy *vs7 raW Ahs. CaL tA*JtJ*XAxVtJL^^ E. V. BURKHART Electric wiring, suppllst and flxturss. Pboae Main II. CSft BmsrsoB straet. 'ti*hB...»b»»»»«»»n»B»1™ Intteed of being tbe rarest Sooth Amiriean watsr* our flag has recently put all otbtn there In tba background. Now let huslaeas fellow the flag-—-St Loab OIobe-Dem- ocraL The Publisher's Claims Sustained UnrrgO Stat ta Coost op CiAiiu I or svsSs-sf* In iiit — a pm4\%rjo,ta<MMBtpct-B* - torn. It you want to ot* a bamroer, it ob the pest!-slat—Roanoke (V*) Tlma*- . — ■ ^..I.IIS. 1 1 GLmUMabayrmMO'. Congb Homoap b Both A«ree*ble and E-Tertlv. 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