The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, June 9, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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fckbecrlbera fallhsg to recolTB thelt i
the maageefit by reaorVBC the 1 A Republican can becomq a des-
me to the belaa Oftt?e. 'Phea Ra a m0nanhy ah that fa why
Any erroneous reflection apon tho
character standing or "'
By person firm or corporation which
may occur In tho columns of THE RE-
PORTER will bo gladly corrected upon
tto being brought to the attention of
'HI1A JUXK 9 1BN5.
What la so glorious aa a day In Juno
nerloua question; Is Villa dea
fjarranxa has told tho United States
wbero to head out but not whero to
Only about six weeks till tho pri-
maries. If you failed to pay your PO"
tax don't blamo ua.
Mnybo tho Republicans up thoro at
Chicago Intend to tell Tucodoro to
jump Into tho Lake.
"Stock your farm with three dairy
cows two hundred hens and two brood.
bowb and bo Independent." i
Tho English language can bo made
to spell victory d-o-t-o-a-t. as wit-
ness tho Drltlnh rjecpunt of the sea
'There Is another horror Germany
wight inflict on Its prisoners of war:
they might be made to learn the Ger-
In 1898 wo whipped tho daylights
out of Spain upucr wiiiiam V""
lay: In 1916 under Woodrow Whon
we invito Spain to attend tho Baif An-
tinlo Exposition to be held in 191S.
rOno of tho Texas dologatoa to tho
iTopubllcan convention was robbed by
plchpocHoU) who got W cash and jm
Itt travelers' cheques. Ho waa mighty
poorly heolod. but n Vi' wVmi!
will Improve after a stay In the mdy
.Thero Is a lesson to bo learned
from thp destructive tornadpes which
have exacted such a toll of lives and
. v in Hfwornl states thla year.
Man cannot control tho elements but
perhaps ho can buua storm teiw
for tho protection of life and limb. It
l belter to he safo than sorry.
; CAKING FOR TOOIt LO.
According to the dispatches nome-tbini-
like two millions of dollars will
be distributed to members of tho
Ohcctaw trlbo of IndlanB during the
"Every Choctaw will receive about
1300 as his share and it la aald -tbuA
every Choctaw owes fully half that
sum to his merchant or his hanker.
There is a moral scattered around
here somewhere. Does it uot look a
little out of place a little silly to
distribute all this money anions tho
ludians when tho Indians are able to
.! .. lliomitelviyl? AalQUC OS til
Government supports tho Indlanu they
will continue to ue a race oi ihu
worth. It Is only the independep.
hard-working Indiana that really
amount to anything A man who la
dependent rarely amounts to much.
The emancipation of the Indian will
come when the Government quits stut
fine him wjth money and allows him
to take care cf himself It seems a
Uttle strange to herd Indjans on res-
arvations. bh4 let the negro a vastly
Jaferlor race run at large and U la
such Rracticeb as this that kills the
KNlVXIS CRKATKhT LOSS
TheloaiptKRcheaer (and it seems
that he is surely lost) te the greatest
4ngle blow that Qritaln has suffered
ta this war.
Kitchener was the genius of Eng-
land's ffcfhtlng armies immense de-
pots of supplies andunllmlted finan
elal resources. e was iuo uiee.
figure in all toe war not even seconaiot our on vhjuv.
to War Lord Wilbelm. It was in himl U is from men like Mr. Fox that
thaT Britain and her allies bad entire fthe world may e.W1 ahut
faUh No mn h ever held a larger selfish delighting in brlnslug about
measure of JubU? and official confl-'industrial and commercial velop-
? itel Ear Kitchener the in- njents. always t 'Ue 'owttemt of that
&!$ teru tbt UfrighL the mlshty b.lBntn of
"SeXil alUe mht
Wee at th? fate that has apparecwy
25 the Brit mter for wa-They
mUbt slBlTay baHlhlPt we
SLV ckl and conquer many pro-
vtee "a still not gala so great a
victory .ever tWr m v they
hKLuT TfciHU aa& cUtowi fiaauy
put rows and
A plit(oal platform is merely an
indication erf Ihe direction In which a
certain group ol citizens are travel-
nartlcaHolMlcnl not IfttrcqiMfetlf jt
change- jeittlons de to the laot tnM
the Ins tend to conservatism and the
mita A. ra1lA1lm thn lnt trt nhllKA tit
power and the outs to remedial mea
Not Infrequently thd vclor has to
cbooso between a growler abuse of
power ana urcmcay wVB wgruu iuuii
that dlaoAM! In 189(1. fa' exAtnnle. It
"- -- ...":?' v"t.v. .r.-..:.;:
I waa a cnoico Deiwcen n una proieci-iui.
" tariff- and h- money auadard mat
.was Experimental to shy the least;
The tendency In government no
'njRttef ltB jjmre. la. to enlafge ltfolt
' at the expense of the. people 'an It
' Has often happened In the world that
nQthng Bhort of revolution would
ntlaesscBtlal to fteedonv'tilat there oe
ft WntVH liuunuwiiim uu civ'vv
TflE PRICE OF
It costa money to run for office In
Texas. Tho clectM law provldea that
candldatoa for tho office; Bhall bo n8i
Bcsscd In sufficient sum to pay the ex
penseo of the primary elections. Ac
cording to the decision or a twi
Worth district judgo every candidate
for offlco may bo assessed for the cost
of a Becond sonntorlat primary eleo-
. .in i. u- i .i nnnlMnnl
lion aiuiuugu mi io nw '
nt that oloctlon but was In tho first
. . . a at. .1
primary. This applies oven to the
smallest otnee of tno stato county anu
Tno case qociuca n run uim u rcuiii .u..b ..v. ... ...-. - . --
. ' x.... Z. ' .ti.. .. i..ninn nf'nnJ nrlmnrv rlf-ptlnil will ho held BOO
Tho case dociuca at tori worm wa
tho peace in n precinct of that county
nnd the plaintiri sougni io enjom wp wo n.-srgr ..u..oU '". r.7;.
chalrman of tho Btato domocratlo ox- mlttoomon as well as tho candidates
ccutlvo commlttoo as well aa the coun. will bo glad to have the question dofl-
ty chairman and othora from lovylng'nltoly BCttlcd nS soon as possible bo-
... i.in nococamnntn in iinfrnv tlio ' c.iiiBO of It having been raised there
ujjum " """. f. .-
.cxponse oi a rccuiiu u.. v. w
t tt ... . nllniin
ino court cucu numerou tvtuuun
You" can sec through most of the
Republican dark-horse candidates.
You mlKht say that the Germans
Whipped tho British navy by Schccr
Keep this prediction handyt The
Texas delegation to St. Louis Is. going
to pull BOif.a sort of a atunt that will
feniuro tho convention.
Tho contented man la not of much
-worth to himself or anyone else
Novor bo sntlntcd In doing good ana
don't stop reaching higher .
Ahllmtn nn.IV thn cdltOTB nnd UlC CWll-
tpru tfaw Abilene and If the ono was
other waa with the ono nil should be
Abllono ought not to have a wntor
problem. With a bigger lako and a
filtration plant Bho should bo content
but 'with nothing lcso. What are we
going to do about It?
Lola of you Ablleuo folk don't know
what kind of n town wo havo hero.
i.f vnnrnnif mi vour cltys" assets and
possibilities and tell everybody you
meet auoui u um wi " uw "-
THK MJf R TOO" CLASS.
a ronri manv neonie get luto
trpublo by too readily accepting con
anions as mey arc
They early fall Into the habit of
nprnoine with everything good or bad.
Just to bo with the gang. Rather than
offend a frlcnu or mrouBu ier u u
Ing considered bull-hoadcd they accopt
conditions aa they are without seeking
to better them to protest to re-form
They seek tho llnea of least rcelst-
once. They nro -tho "Me Too" class
Tho Me Too clasa la lurue. It is
being swelled dally by young men and
young women who just to be with the
crowd will do things they know U be
wrong tninga iwuy " ' .i.
do again things that can bring them
.i.ir.r t nrnfit nml much of pain..
things they do not approve yet count
Don't be a Me Too. ronuw )
own ideas. Don't accept the otner
fellow's view just because ii is ?i v
do so. Lcok at things irom yur u
angle see things wiw your pw w.
bVaQporieo1n Wasn't a MeTpo Wash-
ingtpn wasn't one. Spencer followed
hli own bept. Panto used his own
ideas. Christ wab thoroughly original
Get out of the Me Too class and say:
FRANK P. VOX
Whatever of good luck or oad Kate
has to hand out to Abilene in the way
of oil or the lack of it thero is one
thing certain: Abilene owes a big
debt of gratitude to- frank P. .
wau uu "" rrr.v"
man who will urn a muiut .-.
uere. auib" " TTnnthTna ta sell
TOuch topn rbvM otbthBoU.
but mi the contrary has """
nds of dollars here .all of wht chb
appreciated by tho puole of the city
aadtlou. MmclLlDE suU.
. ..fr'Trnrt" oI"a ban.iuet. tot
inkUnce. or worthing ef the kind
Vbo blgUi thing Abilene could do
til """' v wr - -
herence thereto J
Wo shall presently know In wh
direction the Republican party H gf
taf assaying that It Isn't merclj
constructing a platform to get In oh;
In. tone respecte. of course It la a
hw?e Wrt awilnst IJtseVfc tho con?
servatlsm of Hughca and the radical
Ism of Robsevolt being In striking
Radicalism M ot ilwaya synony-
flfoUB wlth toibxjixiln fact the radi-
cal mov tin pnfmln iha oil In nf nlalfl
into waters where. fenea are plenty
fttucn 01 our wniBwny arise 'i"""
tab fact tnatmor. a4 more the tjo
ernment la a prize to be selzeda
melon to be out aimon take des-
chance to get in at the dM-
8lon of the spoils.
Tho wUdpm of Thomas Jeersoi
gress Rh our exporMient .In fOTornt
tnp ojareelves; twUl that Bown
men is DeaiYiiicn bv:u """-
of tho election law and hold that ev-
ery Jaw regulating the primaries In
this state npplled-tq tho election and
nomination qf a United Stales senator
and it follow that the act In ques-
tion la effect ptovldoa for the pay-
ment of .cxpensea of holdIn senator-
ial primaries b? assessing candldatoa
In thn manner nrovided for in the gen
oral law. . tt. .
Tim nmirt rorusotl Inn Writ 01 in
.-" .---- - .'-
Junction and the case will bo appealed
- 4 ....-. . -. nurtfntnn rniirt
nt nnnn trt iha aunromn pmirt.
Tho Btato exscutiTe.' committee and
tho Bovornl County commiuecs nro pro-
ceeding along tho lines that the cc
all tho candidates will bo assessed fof
winrn nr Iron lllRHntlSfACtlOn SU
"" - - " -"-' n -Aimtln
t"ur "u """ .--. o
rtnn'l Inon nleht nf the fact that AM'
lona Is tho thirteenth city of Texn9.
And sho Is not atrold of the unlucky
num.bor but Is going to lower It down
to nbout tcnih plnco if oil Is struck
In blggor quantities.
Tnn mlllnm SM tTinUM llOfl lit VA POHO
and wo may expect an cntlroly new
brand of edltorlnlH on jiexcoiwnuii
thoy get back homo. ThO stuff thoy
havo been feeding us for years has
PROF. ODOR ELECTED
ACADEMY AND ACCEPTS
Prof. John F. Odor of Abilene has
been elected to the presidency of
Srnntnn Acndemv of Scranton. TcXflS
ami haa accented tho Dosltlon. Hoi
Will move with his- family to Scran-
ton tibout August 1.
Prof Odor Is well known in Abilene
and the Central West and his elec-
tion to tho leadership of tho acadomy
will meet with approval everywhere
He Is an experienced school man hav-
ing taught at several places In the
West and waa with the Trent schools
for tho term Just closed.
Tho acadomy Is a school of known
merit and Prof. Odor's friends will
Join tho Reportor In extending con
WILSON TO INVITE
Hy The Associated Press.
WASHINGTON. June 3 President
Wilson (oddy signed the resolution
passed by Congress authorizing him
to invite Spain and the IstlnAmer
lean countries to participate lu the
Expcsltlon in 1D19 celebrating the
2Q0tl anniversary of the founding of
i i n m ii ii
IN NARROW ESCAPE
WHEN HOME BURNS
MRBKRl. .fnn f.. Between the
hours of one uftd two Frt4y morn-
ing the jesldeuce of Yal Martin which
is situated in the western eda of
Merkol wa3 discovered to be on fire.
nuen .ur. auu urn. wmuu nfiv
ivtrn thn nnlv rtf'cunailta of ihe house
at thn tlnip wcrf awakeuod tlie back
of tho houe wa entirely aflame and
tncre was Qpiy time io sac u tune
bedding before they wore ceiapeRetf
to leave the house.
The resldenco in the old Colonial
btyle was one of tho prettiest place
In Mcrkel. W'Uo Some liumr.ajic
wa mrrk-4 th8e was aat esouh fr
VQter the loi Uiialped .
fwM.ww mum '
1ISI OF EDITORS
OVER TWO HUNDRED EDITORS
AND THEIR FAMILIES QUESTS
OF ABILENE MONDAY
WELL MM MEN ALONG
Men Who Have Made and Are Making
Texas are Aboard Special of Ten
Car Bound for El Paso
The ton.car special of the Texas
fress Association bearing oveh 200
editors rind tholr wives was tide to
arrtvo In Abllcno at 3;4G this jjqndny
nflrrn(Snrr nriil tn nmatirl nnp linur lip re
Many of the editors of the West and
Central West camo here to Join the
special among them being tho follow-
ing: O. C. Harrison of the Seymour
Uanner; Sam A Roberts of tho Has-
kell Free-I'ress; John Orundy of the
OYcra Herald; S.. M. English of the
Stamford Leader? A. W. Sledge of the
A brief automobile drivo about the
city and other courtesies wero among
tho scheduled dolhga for Abilene. Tho
oarty will take dinner nt Sweotwator
Monday evening and will arrive In El
Paso at 10.30 a. m. Tuesday.
Georgo S. Anderson of tho Abllono
Printing Company joined tho party
hero - Following Is a list of the edi-
tors afid the f families who will at-
tend the convontlon many of whom
aro on tho special;
Those Who Will Attend.
V. T. Koclio audi wife Gcorgtown
Tom W. PorkliiH and wife McKIn-
ncy (Couricr-Gazclto) tix-Statc Sena-
Walter B. Wilson and wife. McKIn'
u O. Waggoner. Miami (Ciiief)
Henry Edtyardg and wife Troup
J. P. Chamblcss. wife ami ilauchtcr.
Csjs. M. Uliurcli .Sunset (Signal.)
Sam C. Hollowny and wlfo. Deport
Jas. S. Hair wife and daugh;cr
R. O. Grcsham and wife Tcn-.rl
J. i. Gregg Rising fitnr. (X-na.)
T. R. Sparkman Hojnoke. (Enter-
L. S. Sparkman Roanoo (Enter-
Hon Hartley and wife. L'alhc
Miss Cora May McKce Frankston
f Pltlrnn 1 . i
IMiyj Leila McKcO 'Krankston . (Olr-
t.nn .. I
Miss Clara' Llntoif. Hamilton
G. L. Phillips and wife Milford.
Jno. T. Itlslcn aud-iwlfe Carrollton
W. S. Spotts ndftham. (Favorite)
MombQr Lxccutlve Coidmitteo.
W. UiWarrocU and wife Ilosobud
Edward. L. Mansan wife and son.
8. W. Adams Ferrla. (Wheel.)
Jno. E. Cooko wife and daughter?
Rockdale. 1 Reporter.)
Cyrus Coleman and wife Henrietta
Robt. C. May ami wife Leonard.
Thoa. TJ. Lusk and wife Italy.
(News-Herald). Ex-Sec Ass'n. (6 yrs.)
6am M. Braawell and wife Venus
Will T. Hawkins and wife DeLcon.
Hubert Thomas Mfneola. (Monitor)
A W. Slcdse aud wife Halllnger
W A. Johnson wife and daughter
Memphis. (Hall Col Herald) State
R. L Fox and wlfo. Moody. (Couri
Robt. L. naldridgo. wiio and sou
O. C Harrison and wife Seymour.
(Oaylor Co. Banner.)
George Neu Drenbaui (lfannerr
J. 11 Waggoner wife and daughtur
Whltewright. (Sun) . v
G H. Yetingn Dallas (Southwes-
tern Telephone Company.)
a. h j.user qrapeianu. lessen
J. 8. Hardy and wife Sosder (Sig-
R. E. Dradbury MuUIn (Enterprise)
E. A. Carlock and wife Paducah.
Harry Koch Quanah (Tribune
Fred Koch. Quanah tTribuno-Gbief.)
J. W. Gay. Crawford f Advancea
J. Frank smith and wife McKinney
W. H. Carpenter Comanche (Chief
Geo. L. Bullivan Comancho (Chief.
.R. Ransone Cleburna (Enter.
T E Arterberry and wife Savoy.
W. W. Leyerett Gainesville (Signal)
M. K. O'Neill. FtUcq (Journal)
. W. E Anderson Goree lAdvooate)
R. A. AUord aud wife. Granger
1LE. F&ublon and wife Marblo Falls
Joe li( Warren and son. Clarendon.
Joe 4- Talor aud wife Dallas
(News) State Prebs.
Earle W Hodges and wlfo. Little
Rock Ark. (Secretary tate) Sec. A-
O P (jcebstm TtBiPl 'Pythian
Banner Knight j
L f Adarts Temple (Pythian Dnn-
nef Knight.) ..
WW MMVoodall Adslln. (StaU
Hon H R. Terrell Austin (State
Comptroller ) '
Valtcr R. Whitman and wife Dallas
(President Texas PresB Ass'n.)
C IT AbbotC and wife Dallas.
(Southwestern Tel. nnd Tel. Co.) Pub.
J K Femes worth Dallas (South-
western Telephone Co) PresldenU
C II. Gillespie. Houston (Chronicle)
D. R. Harris and wife. Henderson.
. .. .... ti.Anlll1nnl
I RU8k Co. wows) m-iict"'-'". .
A. 1). Hodge and wife Dallas. (Vvcst-
Cullum Paper Co.)
Frank McElrcath Texarkana. (Four
Frank P. Holland Sr. and wife Dal-
las (Farm and Ranch) Ex-PresIdenL
Dick Collins Decatur. (Wise Co
D C McCaleb and wife. Austin (Pub
llclty Agt. Texas Railways.)
Geo D. Hunter nnd wife Dallas
(Gqn. Pass. Agt. T. P. Ry.) .
F M. Hraiiey aim wuc "":
(Presldont College of Industrial Arts!
J. J. Julian Oklahoma City. (Nes.
tern Newspaper Union.)
R C. Dyer Dallns-tDarnhart Tpe
Mills Johnston Dallas (tlarnharl
T5F (J Huntor and wife. Slmrnwn
"STiS-aer. Dallas (Staff Cotres
MAuama. wife and daughter.
Plainvlow. (New.) ..il)nn
W C Kdwarda and wlfo Denton
Q. H. Roynton nnd Wife H. ..Ron
"rSaon and wife Palo I'lnlo. Palc
"alffVl. Karrell. Glazier (Ro
UmIss Ilcatrlce Sublctto Glar.ier tile
VSuo. Grundy and wife Uycrs. tlfcr
aX J. K. Lnrey nnd wlfo llurkburiiett
1 Wm. A. Iiowen Arlington. (Jour-
nnl.) . i.
J. F. Kempton. Jr. irarm
Dallas. : .
Ucn. F. Smith unu wn "" au"
M S. Sellers Rrndy. (Sentinel).
It." E. DlllbgB Mennrd. (Messengi-r i
Andrew McUenth Tcmplo (Telo-
BrAmL WilHams.Tcmplo. (Telegram'
O P Pile wife nnd daughter Rol
Chas. W l-yio. ue... "";""
Harry F. Schwcukcr and wife Rrn
dy. (Standard) Nowiy u 'i ""
O. Marvin Thoiras and wlfo Wlnns-
boro. (Free Press.)
R. J. Edwards nnd wife Denton
T J. Molloy and wife Tlmpaon
(Times.) pj 4 m
aam Fore.. Jr.. FJoresvlUc iChron
L. T. Iloj't and wife Mercedes. (Trl.
J. C. Thomas wife and daughter
Edwin S. Ebcrly Dallas (American
L. G. Goar Johnson City) (Ulanco
W. G. Kinney Johnson City. iRIanco
N. p. Houx Mexla (Herald.)
G. A. MoNaughton and wife. Sar
W. S. Noel Dayton. (Daytonlte.)
Tom P. Cooper and wife Miles
J. L. McCaleb Carrlzo Springs. (Ja
C. C. Cox and wife oue cuj
W. W. Rankin Caldwell (Burleson
H. T. Rankin Caldwell. (Ilurieaor
V. W. Simmons (aintor. (Grajsor.
Co. Advocate.) -
Sam J- Davis und wife Courier
v. n. Horner and wife Queen City
Ink Co.. Dallas.
Joe R. Hlnes Convention Com
Chamber of Commorcu Fi. Worth.
Louis J. Wnrthaui ainr-Telegram.
Claud I'allan. Star-Telegram Fori
Q. p. Grosham .vlteant ilaughJtor.
Ed P. Eaton E.nte -prise. Whiten
Lester H. While Review Campbell
Edgar P. Haney vlfu -md son Trl
bono Wichita Falls.
Miss Agnes Rlaloek Tribune With
Eugene Thompson Western Pa-
per Co. Dallas
J. G. Murphy fcUiudarl baa Anglo
Seth Gunter end vlfi Repo.tr
H. A. Olmstead Southwostirn IV
per Co. Dallas.
T. A. Andrews S.o. W. Paper Co..
W W. Simmons Grayson Co. Advo.
Sam P. Harben and wife Carson
Harber Echo Richardson. Sec T. P.
Gus Hoover Trav. Pass. Agt. Cotton
C IJ. GlUesple Chronicle Houston.
C. I. Roynton Live Stock Journal
Harry Johnston Times El Pafeo
It. F. Gates and wife. Tribune
Bartloti. Ast Secretary
Mbs Clalelle Yantis Athens.
LI YUA-NIIl'-NU MAY RLTIIIE.
PEKING June 7.U Yuon.hung
the vuie prtidept. ha thrown hh
support to the reorganized oi eminent
and tho Tuau Cht-jui cabinet. I(e add
that be has decided that as oou us
peace la iupiluded wiyj the southern
province Ue will retut Uou. iJulitUil
Place Your Insur-
ance with the Oldest
Agency in Abilene
Union Painless Dentists
GUARANTEED WORK MODERATE PRICES
CROWNS irl.UO. SKT OK TBKTII $5.00 UP
TEETH EXTRACTED 50c.
AU infitrumunts 8terni.cd nl'tor wicli operation.
Corner S. First niul Chestnut Sts. l'lioue -10G Lady Attendelit
Cedar Posts? YE8 -
1 KILLED ID SEVERAi INJURED
IH STORM AT
WOOD AS SOLUTION
OF CUip TANGLE
OYSTER Ilttj. June C Col Theo-
dore RooaoYClt told visitors today that
he favored tho nomination of General
.eonard Wood ut a .solution of the
Mr RoosoeR said that ho would
iork for Mr Wood
NEW TEXAS & PACIFIC
FREIGHT DEPOT 18 TO
BE AN IMMENSE THING
Plans for the new Texas Pacific
freight depot at Abilene have been
finally completed and subject to any
changes Supt P. E. McMullon of the
Rio Grande Diviblon may havo to aug
geat will be carried out just ns ooir
as tho contract can be let Bida wilt
be called for some tlnie this month
It being understood that the worH will
be done by private coutrautora.
The plans call for one of the larg
est depots in the West. Tbe structure
will be of brick and concrete through-
out us near fireproof at possible. The
freight room will be 3i ty 240 feet
with concrete floor brick wallu and
tile roof ' The offices will occupy the
end next to Pine street aud will be
two story. 50 by 6u feet with a mc4-
ern front. The platform will he of
concrete. 150 feet Iouk In addition.
there will bo an automobile uqloidiog
liauonu. suiy teoi ionj? anu cr con-
crete. Thus the clepot platformv and
all will be 510 feet loujj filling nearly
two blocks extending from Hino Ltroct
to a point eutt pf tbo cast c;i4 gf the
The offices will .be uwOera Jo tho
last degree with lockers for iha em
ployes lavatories etc. When com-
pleted tbt depot .JU rival oay la the
Wh l nliM
a Theap. boaullw"
HEAVY RAINS fall THROUGH-
OUT NORTHERN OKLAHO-
MA AND TEXAS PANHAN-
DLE CONSIDERABLE PRO-
PERTY DAMAGE BEING RE-
PORTED. H) tile Associated Press.
RIC1IITA FALLS 's np 5.
One negro gill was killed and u Ir.ilf
dozen other pernons icr Injured nt
lliikkell near hen- uud heteml lluiai-
nnd dollurn property dimity'!' was ilom
lij it scwre wind upd rnlnsturm our
Norllmest Texas last night
DALLAH Texas June 5. Ilenij
talus fell lliroughuut iiorlheru OLIit-
lionin and Ihe Tm Puulmiiille (odaj
doing sorue daiunge to wires
Aiitnrillo Imla reported mi Inch mii
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The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, June 9, 1916, newspaper, June 9, 1916; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth314854/m1/4/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.