The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 28, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 18, 1916 Page: 5 of 6
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"flOOP" THE CUB
A Nice Quiet Little Song
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THE ABILENE EEPOXTEE ABILENE TEXAS
GniKeis or Fried caies
By Mrs. Valet MeKenxte Hill Bdtter
of the Boston Cookint? School Ufajratinc
Everyoip likes fried enkes or
crullers. flcrcs a very superior
recipe Jollow directions closely
succcsf is certain.
Crallcrs qCTrled CUci
H srM Jtqgl ; iHlnrl Uastnfult
itrvt"t'M IrattvontHl mjcejw
ffaitaonml sail irsKt.hHiltHtirlitt
Hlated mar J lixtecttwnJujtlHtUtJ
her threonines the
.tlicogar. butter and
theucatcn eggs and stir
into the dry ingredients to make
n stiff dough. Knead slightly;
then cut with fried cake cutter.
Drop into a deep kettle filled with
hot fat; drain on soft paper or
colander and roll in powdered
To fry Iwe fnt nt smoking point turn
crullers several limes while frying to in-
sure all parts being equally light and
By all tncanyk'ntlirTTic K C CUpk'a
Hook Wsfrjt auKt contains 90 ijst
such nppetjiRnjrccipes. Send tjie
colored ccrwicdle packed in 25-ccntcfi3
10 inc jauum aivu. v.u. v.iucatfu uu
write uajrybud addnss plainly.
LYTLE GETS MORE WATER
!iie's M'nlcr Supply Increased by
Ono Foot by Itnfn of Frldny.
Friday's rnln added something Hko
twelve Inches to the depth of Lytle
Lako Auileno's water Bttpply. During
Saturday the water roso about three
Inches and was Rtill rising at 4 o'clock
when Manager F A. Matthos visited
The wind had tho wavelets ''talking
to themselves" Saturday showing' that
tho surface of tho water had been
much broadened. The manager esti-
mates that there Is five months' sup
ply now In tho lake and that another
twolnch rain on the wntorrncu win
nut tho water over tho Btdllwav. It
lacks nine or ten feet being to the
spillway now. Tho April rains have
added five feet of water to tho lake.
PRESIDENT OF STATE
FEDERATION OE LABOR
IS VISITOR TO GITV
RESULTS. OF GAMES IN ALL THE
I Bush and
locals and Cady.
GALVESTON. April 15. Tho
batted Roso off the mound In tho 4th
and scored 3 ruiiB. Houston retali-
ated by chasing Oudger to cover In
tho (itli but aftor two runs were scored.
Darfoot went In and won out and Score.
retired tho side. St. Loui3
Score. It H E Glevoland
Houston 000 020 000-2 7 1
Galveston 010 200 00x-3 6 1
Hose Watson and Allen; Gudgor
Darfoot and Noyes.
000 010 01x-2
WHEN In tho market ror any class of
stockor cattle Bee lis before you buy.
Cecil Childers or John Meyer. Phono
No. 757. 9-27-tf
FOR SAL13 Good family- buggy horao
I .. ..a ..
Pnntnr.anu Columbus surrey u. ti. xager nx
-w---i t - . j
Yager Shoo Co. 3-i-u
CLEVELAND. Anrll IK Clovolnml CHH1ST1AN Itcscuo Homo for fallen
won Its first earnn nt tim Ronnnn iip.clrls. that bavo Btraycd from Jesus
feating St. Louis. get them right with God. 1 tako
11 ir B girls beforo ana during connnemoni
000 000 O00-O 3 0
201 000 00x-3 8 0
Park McCabe Oroom and Hartloy:
Ccltfer and O'Neill.
11EAUMONT April 15. Good pitch
lnir and faultless defense held Deau
mont in check while "Wright's Inef- Inning tho homo team putting over n Hsh
glvo them motherly care. Mothers If
you want your daughters to becomo
Christians send them to me. No cor-
respondence through tho malls. Come
to sco me my torms reasonable. Mrs.
Doll 'Collins 1514 GoUld Avo. N. Fori
Worth Toxas. tf
IpHILADELPIHA April 15. To-
day's gamo betweou Philadelphia and
Now York) was decided in tho ninth NOTlCEMy German Coach and Eng-
hor&c and two black Jacks will
feqtivenoss and support gave DrownB deciding run by working the squeczo make tho. season at 191C til tny farm
tho game. ploy. Tho score was 5 to -. g i-2 miles southwest of Abllono;
Score. R H E Score. R H E Houto 5. J. C. Henslco. 3-2g-8t
San Antonio 201 100 000-4 8 1 Now York 001 001 020-4 G 2 ... '
Beaumont 000 000 100-1 G B Philadelphia 10.1 000 001-5 9 0 FARMERS Save your cream and wo
Stewart and Cook: Wright Jost and Perrltt Rlttor Schiniser and Rnrl-.wlll collect It at your very uoor wun
den; Dcmnrce and E. Burns.
faxan Wonucr cures Kianuj
Mnr irmirilefl. weak ncd lam
Hioumatiara anxi all Jfregulnr
tho kldnoys ana jnauaer in
lea and womenc iiegumiei
troubles -In chUOrcn. It not
your dr'agglBUlll bo jent by
receipt oi n.uu. y" DUi""
tiro moaprvs treajpnent anu
JIb tcwPbifect ajcuro. aonu
Ts from Una and othor
iDr. E. W. UU. 2020 Olive
It. Louis. MB. Sold by drug
Guaranteed Dental Work at Reas-
onable Prices. Examination Free.
Hours 8 to C Daily. Sunday by ap-
pointment. Rlckard Building Cor-
ner South First and Chestnut Sts.
' DR. W. T. STEWART
Rooms 6 and 8 Alexander Building.
Ed Cunningham of Bridgopoit pres-
ident of tho Slate Federation of Labor
is a visitor in Abilene. He arrived
hero Thursday afternoon.
Tonight (Friday) Mr. Cunningham
Will address the local trades council
in called session. Tho local council
Ib affiliated with the American Feder-
ation of Labor but not with tho Btnto
"body and it is for tho purpbso of dls-
cuBslug tiie lnttor affiliation that tho
meeting Friday night will bo held.
. All union men nro urged to bo in
IN SESSION WITH .
At Dallas-Waco rain.
tho her keep and
At Ft. Worth-Shrevcport rain.
Thirty cents a pound
Make that cow earn
at tho samo tltno pro-
Nlasloy Creamery Com-
Phono 1231. . 3-30-tf
BROOKLYN. Ahrll 15. with
i score tied lntho 8th and two men on duco n profit.
Magee tripled winning the second gnmo pany Abilene
. for Boston 4 to 2. ' wwwww"1
Score. '.' RHE NOTICE.
Boston 001 100 020-4 4 My horse and fino block Jack win
NEW YORK April 15. Now York Brooklyn 000 002 000-2 9 0 mako- the season at my barn 4 miles
defeated Washington 3 to 1. Mullln Hughes and Gowdy; Smith iiud Mey- northwest or Abllcno on Elm. A. C.
Bubstituto first basoman drovo in tho ors. Blackburn phono 1W4-R3. 1-5-nt
ST. LOUIS April
winning run In tho Cth.
Score. R HE
Washington 010 000 000-1 C 3
New York 001 002 00x-3 7 1
Gallia Harper and Henry Williams;
Fisher and Nunamakcr.
15 Ry bunching FOR SALE Mebano cotton seed Su-
d ninth Pittsburg ln KrnBB nmI mlllott Phono 1501-2R.
J. IN. D11U1UIUH1.
hits in tho fourth and
won the lafjt from St. Louis C
Score. . R H E WANTED A live man to handle Mctz
"2 II "" 00i 0 automobiles In Taylor county. Write
SL Louis 000 010 000-1 6 0 . .v Xira. rrTna nistrl in.
Schmidt; Han anukftf. .... 4-11-2E
CHICAGO. April 15. Roland's wild- Mannnaux kqnd
ncsp gave Chicago an opening which Snydor.
netted White' So'x 7 runs' ln tlio first "' "!-
- i IA .m h AainH .Ulrt in 1 tt1 1w .& ' ( W "-.!. -I.I--
anu uoirun wu uu -.... juiiuiWiVJ'i April ao. acjiuuiuer - . ..nrI hnre Oicar
up. tho locals making It three out of pltcUcd a ivQlt gJamo nnd Cincinnati 5.rPS?M'0. state Bank 4-11-21
Havo some good throo year old mules
Red to diseases of
1-....... ..M.I rii...t
. nilSD UUU XtWl.
im 2. Radford Buldlng
"Z - . J . M
STO R A
Iafatatt Md CUtda
Tho city commission had a very
short and light session Thursday af-
ternoon only a few matters of busi-
ness being transacted.
Tho electric wiring ordinance adop-
tlnc the national code nassed its sec
ond! and final reading. As aoon as it
is published tho ordinance will bo In
Tho mayor recommended thnt tho
action of the Chamber of Commcrco
looking towards a solution of tho wat-
er problem bo endorsed and City En-
gineer W. A Rlney and Secretary Hor-
aco Roberts wero instructed to furnish
tho committee all tho information at
tho hands of tho city.
Tho paving work completed on Hick-
ory street some months ago was final-
ly accepted from the contractor.
Several citizens appeared beforo the
commission and asked that tho ordor
granting tho Mission Theater the
right to erect an awning In front of
its placo of business bo rescinded.
The commission replied that it had a
right to grant permission to any cit-
izen to orect an awning bo long as
it was fire proof and did not obstruct
the sidowalk. Tho request was refused.
SUIT AGAI.NST JfATIONAIi
PENCIL FACTORY ENDED
ATLANTA April 15. The suit of
Mrs. J. W. Coleman against tho Nat
ional Pencil Co. In which sho demand.
ni finnnnnnrt fnr tim (loath of her
iTnuplitnp Mnrv Phnean. was dismissed
here today when attorneys announced
that a settlement had been agreed
upon ouUida court. z
ii i i f
Pnndtni rnnda of macneslum and
nltiininum fnr tnldne motion Dictures
at night project their light about thirty
threw- times as far ua ordinary arc
Tt H E Score.
O00TO1O -210-4 C 1 ChicaKO.
700 000 02x-9 11 3 Cincinnati
last from Chicago
000 000 000-0
010 100 00X-2
James Bohler and Stan- Scaton and Pischor; Schneider
fJicotte RuBsell and ciorko.
BOSTON April 15. Boston defeat- At Memphis' i Little Rock 1
cd Philadelphia 2 to 1 today. At Mobile 3 Birmingham 8.
Score. R H E At New Orleans 4. Atlanta 1.
Philadelphia 100 000 000-1 4 4 At Nashvlllo 15 Chatanooga 2.
Galveston 3 Houston 2.
San Antonio 4 Beaumont 1
Ft. WorthShrcveport rain.
Where They Play Sunday.
Houston at Galveston.
San Antonio at Beaumont.
Waco at Dallas.
Shreveport at Ft. Worth.
NO. G. JACKSON
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS
Fire and Farm Insurance
"Old Line Companies Only"
OVER MINTER'S STORE.
Standing of The Clubs.
Plyd. W. L.
San Antonio . 3
Beaumont ......... 4
Ft. Worth . 3
Stasding of 'Ilia
Cincinnati . 4
St Louis .. 3
Pittsburgh ....... 4
Now York 3
Brooklyn . 2
MERKEL RESIDENT DIES
Mrs. R. H. Collins Passed Away Thurs.
day Morning at 3fexkcl Home
Abilene friends will learn with deep
regret of tho death of Mrs R. II. Col-
lins which occured at tho family homo
at Merke.1 at 2:3fll Thursday morning
following a Ipng illness.
The funeral wllj be held at 2 p. m.
Friday from the residence In Bettus
Mrs. Collins besides her husband
leaves three daughters and two sons
NOTICRAt Btud. tho standard bred
nml rocistored stallions. Royal Stan-
moro Cyciono Hal and Royal Worth.
Phono 899. or sco Len Hammer at tho
Abllono Produce Company. 4-14-4t
FOR SALE Several head of work
horses and mules also ono coach stal-
lion. Citizens National Bank Abilene.
Toxas. . 4-l4-2t
Plenty of money to loan on farms
ranches and city property. Lowest
rate. J. F. Young Abilene Texns.
SAY MR. FARMER Don't wrry
about tho dry weather. Seo F. L. Wood
and buy an Indiana Silo and protect
your feed crop from tho hot wind. For
further information prices and torms
write or phone F. L. Wood Postoftlce
Merkol Texas. 4-13'lt
SNAKES WANTED 3. or 4 thousand
pounds. Will pay 15 cents for rat-
tlors 10 cents for non-poisonous
snakes delivered at J. P. Wopten's
Wagon Yard South 2nd street. Tham-
asL Hall. 4-13.lt
nn2iThe faully have been prominent In this
New York 3. Washington
Chicago 9 Detroit 4
Boston 2 Philadelphia 1.
Cleveland 3 St Louis 0.
Where They Play Sunday
St. Louis at Chicago.
Detroit at Cleveland.
Only games scheduled.
Standing of The Clubs
Boston 3 3
Chicago 4 3
St. Louis t.. 3 2
Washington 2 1
New York ... 2 1
Cleveland 3 J
Detroit 4 1
Philadelphia 3 0
Philadelphia 5 New York
Boston 4t Brooklyn 2.
Pittsburg 6. St. Louis 1.
Cincinnati 2. Chicago 0.
Wher Tky Play Sunday
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati.
Chicago at St Louis.
Only games scheduled.
section for many years.
VETERAN DIED HERE
FOR SALE A largo plow or harness
ohrae. Easy terms. W. C. Kinsolw
ing; ; -t-l8-2t
"BROW A. WILKES" all purpo30
etallion will make the season ono
mile west of Iberls on D. A Winter's
farm. Winter & Richardson. 4-17-St
ON TRIP MONDAY
TO PLAY HOWARD PAYJiE TRINITY
AXD SM. U. NEXT WEEK
PRACTICE GAME FRIDAY
The death of P W. Thornton aged
75 years took place at the family
home at one o'clock Thursday morn
ing following a week'B illness of pneu-j
The funeral will be held from tho Fans Ca Get Opportunity to Look 0?er
Fln-t Team Meu and Are Assured
Speedy Contest Howard Payne
Here 21 and -'5th
residence. Ninth and Palm streets at
ten n'plrulr VrMnv ninrnlnf rnnrtit.pt i
--- ... -v A 2.V..0 .WMU.VM
Uy tue Rev. J. H. Mead.
Defeased leaves a widow and eight
children who havo the sympathy of
many friends here and elsewhere. w a haM an .. -.
TlanaiMnH inqo ttnwn in It'll jiAfw Ta V4 VVVUUU"
wwvMCiu i-3 wujh IM 4Qli CUMiliiifi j.. -A u et . HV.i. n
the war la Company I Uth Alabama " "t ? SLTnin
Infaatry He rosa to ha lleutcnaurM"6 allf h!rfrnst J ? rJ
colonel of his regiment and conducted "n' WTe are eighteen members of
himself UiroughoMt the war with dis- "" " -oatt Juarun " l""i.s
tnflnn Ila urns mnml... nt tUa W UUV WCU1 IUIUUU VUiO t.a.01. vti"
local Confederate Camn and very hlsa.out3. Preparatory to the beginning of
The officers of this bank extend to you'
whether a customer or not an invitation td
come in and talk over any business venture
you inay be contemplating. Our experi-
ence in financial matters may. enable us to
advise you against the schemer." The in-
formation is yours for the asking.
THE CITIZENS NATIOMMK
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200000.00
4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts.
Geo. L. Paxton Pres. J. F. Garrison Cashier)
J.O.Shelton V-Pres. JSXhandler Ast.Casty
YOU ront a motor car that wll
servp you consistently. You
want to know thatyour car can
be relied upon day in and day out.
You want high mileage per gallon of
gasoline and freedom from repairs
and readjustments. And you want
these things not occasionally tut
continuously day after day.
On these qualities the Maxw?
i proved itaworth.
yelled for 4t
ights and it
re days i
about 500 miles each and
m . . m
lay. it went witnui a sm
ion of 22 miles to everyjnrri
f gasoline. It went 1h&fRoic dis-
tance of 22000 mUpsirobably fur-
ther than youyH'&uld travel in two
years--wii$ut any repairs or read-
justihts. Every one of eight tires
o sets) went just about 9.800
miles and the others finished in good
siiape. ror consistency ana rctm-
bility this record far excels anything
we ever heajd of
You can get a Maxwell an exact
duplicate of the record breaking
stock car and if you order now you'll
have it for the fine early summer
days. Don't put it oft as we can't
get any guarantee on future ship-
ments from the factory
Phone u for dwnontrtii
Touriac Car MM. lUavttwr $f3
OLDHAM MOTOR CO..
WSTWBUTORS r Oft
The following sons and daughters
survive: Mrs M. J. Grace Oklahoma;
William Thornton pice MurryV lvy
a swing around the circle which is to
09 started Monday j
Fans are assured o seeing the best
game that has been played on a local
and G B. of Abilene Mrs. Lulu Mq- field th! season so far outside of the
chel. Mrs May Eddms and Mrs. Flor- game with the Chinese There will be
I ens Stafford Abilene. 'no adxnl&sloa charged and the public
is invted to come out and look tke
Sunmons is off on a wuens trip ao.
dayt Upward Payne Collf 6 at Brpwn
wood vnu M we nrsi lean la m k.
this college to be played Monday aod
Tueiday Trialty University at Wax-
ahichle is to be met by Stt&moas WU
ni0ay and Thursday; and SMJhftfft
Methodist University at Dlla Ppiday
aad Saturday the locate to fttwr hr
M4y aad Twtayt AkH ti and
25 Howard Payne College la to play
nere and eoioo epaoy couteits ar &s
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The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 28, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 18, 1916, newspaper, April 18, 1916; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth314840/m1/5/: accessed February 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.