The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 15, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 6, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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St MeirttM. In Advance .1.50
Thn MMiko in Advance . 1.70
0MfclMa Advance....... .65
(Above rt fo Slna oaly At
dlttonal rwrtnf tfearga made on fca-
Kri toto4 to pJaces outside of Zone
i from Afelleae.)
ufcacrltxr fatiln tb receive Uietf pape
ulrl) will confer a favor upon the
nanatremtnl fcy rw"n' in " td
tfca Bwalwea Of He. Hkim-Mn W.
Anr MiBBiw reflctlon upon the char-
sctaf. -huMI or ra-utatloa of any per-
M Arm w corporation which may ocaur
la th HuwM of THK KBPORTER will
to Kla4!yermtH! Wio- bejn brought to
th atlntfc tof tha titm
Mwr f Th Atclat4 frt.
T Axhite4 Pra )a eluivly Mi-
nt to ti ua for retmWIcatlo- at all
mws dtopatchea . credited to U er at
MHarwb crated in thla r9r fthd Jao
th oi rw uhlIhM feertlau
Mfidtifc the Jealous
BY MNE Ptttt.Pt
wyrrTWE inP py jw miwtTtww aw(hw
TUflllAr JANUAKV 8 iwe
tlfc must be juit one thing after wnti-
otherln.tfteAleo. Kow It la AM carln-
iinak di? father a adrion of Vrrt.
of excitement on "the eve of DocombL'f
17 whetf the wOri"d was scheduled to
KO up IK oinokd or wecae or some-
thing ".k that. A ilttle over two
we eka later ah Wan BjloKn from coast
to coast by an enrtMtmktt which ftp
parentis took a HraVy IS it hi an toll Mrt
cftUrtcd much property tlii?iiiB.
The point lit thnt nil pf Mcslcb'd
quiikr to not pt thf clflnld drlctyt
Thcxriint volcarto V CarmMia han
been In fctuptlon ior some" ycara. ftn
the ftoiy a-J. hn. lrtuftrfntcd whole
slatca Kji fry ncftrly Involved Undo
Marn jonn uuu proi oincrs. mho lumvo
from thilonR-nctlvo volcano are pceu-ltar-
identify to all democratic Insti-
tution) tvlth in cripccfal penchant Joe
Irrltnt(nr tjn olfactory nerves of ncflr
nckhbota IloSv Ioijk it Iowa ncoma
totf Sjnatlor entirely In the hand
of "providence. . ' .
V was rftllRhtcd t tho war Evcrolt
Mad ended hlg second letter "your
fona friend" what could be nicer?
It wa different loo. Most letters I
ejor had either received or jioen hnd
ben closed With "Yours alncerely
or "Very truly" of some such stero
tyried phase 1 showed tho few
wards at tho close to Rosa Ornfukm
becaus6 she wan mr churrt. 1 was
ftorry that 1 .lid. Shd Bald sho
thought It nllly for n man ns old as
Everett to wfito Io" W6 at all. t was
angry with her foi tho first tlmo
slnco wc were tiny Rirls. T wouldn't
I apeak to her fojrjtwq days
I wonder It any who read my story
wll be interested in at tbeso littlo
Insignificant Ibinys I am telling so
that what-comes after may bo plain-
er to them? 1 envy tho real story
writer who understands tho tech
nique of tolling a fltory so that 11
wll interest tho public; yet perhaps
a true story liko mino may help some
Other Rlrl to avoid my mistake and
so bo sayed tho sorrow that canio to
me because of thorn.
I always felt cross when Itosc
CAl)pdEvorctt.-old" Really After
Kt'tle 1 had riot thouglit of him M
old at all. Just as tine and flo won-
derfully Wise. That fecllnir I now
know was canned lnoro by hla charm
of manner whdn ho cxertcit hlmsolf
to plciso than by anything ho said.
Of course t couldn't act witit him
as I did with tie town boys. I
shouldn't have dared. No irlrl of
UiRhtcen would have taken any liber
ties witn a man ns uignincu ns was
Kvnrctt Orahrfm: . Yet aticf nil his
dignify was a sotlrco of prido to pio.
.VoVv for another fow wcoksc
'corrc9ponded regularly. Thrn tho
las( of August ho camo to lakovlllo
again This time for n two wcoks
When ho camo to tho houso he .did
not spend as much tlmo talking to
father as hc had on .'Jits former vis-
its Dut aaked for nic immediately.
To bo honest ho had to ask vory sel-
dom as 1 was usually watching for
him about the hour ho called anil
would walk to tho gnto to meet him.
He hardly looked at anyone but
me this visit: ajtho several of the
girls acted anxious to be with him
nnd tnlk to him and that in spite ut
calling him 'arandpa1
Then oho day ho camo when 1 was
over making up with Rose. On my
return I found him talking very ear-
nestly with father
"Como here Sandra" falhcr snM
very gchtly his volco sohiowhat dif-
ferent than I eve rhad heard it. "Mf.
Graham has asked my permission to
marry you It you care enough for
nim.i ne nancu as i nunc no. reply
Frofo Other ViWpoiAt
U 15. McKertile in (ho BsTurday liwn
This Is a warning to Amerlta and
hearts tj: honest wdrklngmen by dis-
ciples of idleness raised In iiowJr to
the nth decree and thlt they hvo so
raised themselves on tho bowed backs
of the alions who nr6 my friends that
Uioy piay attain !ho placo wltoro they
can loot the Industrial IreaBUro houses
of the natiori as their teachers. Ixsn-
Ino and TroUsky have looted the
riches of Rtissia.
generations in their native countries
inoy uayc anown sucn tninga tnerei
ana nnauy tney neuevo such thing
They have moro than their skill and
cans. The writer tells yon th.itausclo could purchase for thcra any-
r Is being Implanted In thov'here else in tho world but at last
u-j of discontent Jias worked In tha
It is for every American to awaken
lo this. It Is for the eiecutlvetf of alt
tho states to open thrtr ears .to that
murmuring menace that passed thru
the streets of Donessen.
Surely It haa been preached tht
condilionB of nnarchy cannot be re
They are (he sludcnta of .Marxian1 j'"? rffd -. baVe 55?
f fcouldn't! I Wso udnhtacd; H?'a f R ncd mtrutfi and'11 Pcnk W WA W hlf
flatorcd. a good deal frightened and ffir rh0&lSttalihtd M.)1 i6 mc' Just a8 ll iX3 bn l8ht
a tiny bit glad.
That sounds llko n regular hash.
doesn't It? Dut that was tho way it
"can j on iir" fir oio enough o
marry mo Famlra?" Kvorctt asKcd
Inking my hand.
"I think so yet. I think I can" I
Htammered flushing and trembling.
I remember that thero flashed thru
my mind a wish thnt he had mado
lpyot to jno before ho tsald' anything
about marrying llko tliey did in tho
novels I had read. Then camo tjio
otucr thought: that perhaps that
was tho way men of his age did. May-
bo thoy didn't talk much nbout love
until after thoy were married. Per-
haps they didn't think It was digni
bo anno t scarcely realized how It
could havo happened no quickly.
when Everett left that afternoon I
was engnged to -him. Uo must lyiVo
been awfully auro of mo I thought
because ho had ft. wonderful solitaire
In his pocket. When I looked at it
sparkling on my finger 1 Knew that
It would mnko all the girls envious
But after 1 wont-jto bed that nlglt
I cried a Utile whon 1 thought of
that other wife. Bho had been first.
tToodlcs hail grinned when ho saw
my ring and altho ho H'icd Everett
ho bad said:
"So you'ro going to piny second
fiddlo arc you Sandra?"
Ho '(aa wlaa voter' Who reeosnlzcr.
hid bvoi.poltlfal party in thla day and
in.-Wtimi. ' '
Tli'jrftTare mi nicrty shades of plnn
lomr niHloei op moro uro oirr nna
In tfmca Ilk? tKesc the fchadca take on
a mofQpronUHnccd .Individuality in
h mVrtrr of colorliiif. Annurontly
the rciHibllcana arc liopcIcHHiy 'dlvld'pil
nn BUnnaimpie mauera an me- jicoco
treali and ho4 ah even vlnr illveV-
K?K hf. opinion On. the imeptlon of
lctnl"rlUt) TJe nomoerniii' are on
uollOti' sround In mi f.tr aa lasnea arc
eoncernea. but to Uati thora Ik ho
proitilni'd.alution of flic uui'Ntlon o(
lcadenihlP?""It may be .McAtlop Alt
tnay uejmer. u maj uc -onicrcn"
The beat- plan forthe tdtpple vote
in ioiiow ia i Hii mpooy n me ooai
and hide hla time. Iio'll set a wnacx
nt both men and liMitea alontr In No-
venibor. He hiyi become wise and will
consider Issues rather than mt-n
And -In th matter of Isautu thn
ilpmorrata uuvm to he dU to the mcni"
The renuullcan leaders many or
whom are meeting at Chicago. WH
find themxelvcs In a worry plight by
tlmo the general election cornea off
Hoc instance thoy are flirting with
the woman- Votir on the theory that
women will havo the vote by Navcni-
ber and at the name tlmo the' ?
practically certain tp form aome aort
of opposition ag'tinnt tho leaguu of
natloiur. .Now tho dilemma is in try-
ing to prove to the motherhood of
America that tip league of nutlona la
nut the proper thing that It l in fact
rvcrythlnsr ele but the proper thing.
Jt won't bo an juas matter to con-
vince some mother whose boy laid
down iis life for World peace that
the leasue of nation ui wrong Ih prin-
ciple aa aomo of the republican lead-
en nre aveklng to do.
Frankly w don't envj the republi-
can leaders' Job. The republican as-
aert the leaBtic of nations matter will
not be an imie in the coming cam
paign but- the mothers and father of
America aro going to make ii an is-
tue whether the leaders want It to
be- of not.
81UUKIXO OV IltllltiA'nUN
Next In Importancf to prcsorMn-
the mlu wlileh falla. tht problem of
WtHt Texas ia In utilizing hlthurtu un-
UKed wator suppllea for tbe production
In certain parts of the dr -farming
belt notably In Utah and the tmkoiai..
the farmers make good cropj with
iweHtt and fifuen inuhea of rainfall.
The triflk ia a simple one and cfmslsta
in nruserving the acoumulated
pioJlurc from the i-loudsj If half ol
an inch of rain wliiuh fuiib ruim off
into Uitcheci and ia uanttd it ian't go
Inst to do anybody any good. Terrace
insr will aolve that problem cheaply
and euirly Hidden aprinsa ntiiiybe-
By If alt 3ta i
Of anarchists we're weary of all
iho kindred freaks of agitators bcory
Who Jar. up with thojr nhrlcks; and
so we've started slitpplng tho lot
across lho sea nnd they may do their
ylpplng in Rlaaia which is free. They
didn't llko our banner or cnglo. worth
a cent in unBoetnly manner they voic-
ed (bcir discontent. They naid that
tyrants rulo us we're trampled tv
tho strong: the plutea nnd rphbors
fool us and everything Is. "wrong.
'I a r t -
15 Years Ago
or labor unions of the country. Tho7
"We lho workers
i Farmers and
A-ifLl-. J rlrtVienivnfivi
iMIiP1 UllU. junjJj; ' -
... ... . ..... i .. - .... " ve. inn untKnm. ti in Kn (nim.
I- piai.cu uicir tangs i u a nni ion ..' i .. v ... .'. c
moro of the workers if Amoric.i. aUon' qradually ;o will grow in
and (he poison Js spreading. Alreadv X"' un J"" no . B
they arc making impoSalblo n.SjuM-J"'X8r L"1 T?8' 1? rtilelUi g
ment of conditions bctwccVcaplta 'd IS 2Ti .. ITLm JP ?u'i
labor that each may bo fair with tho'e!.Vorc VX?tmf' Th"e-W $
1 ir r
such thing aa ho
underneath tiie great heart of Ahi'frntn k . io. i
erica will contlnuo its steady beat and What do the aliens wni? Tr I
veara to enmn the .nnlnnn will hn( i li ... t . .. . '
---. . ..... ..... w.t .cji uh. iuet annoL riti nn nn-
rhn linflnnrtl fiVoln.vi -. .... . . . . . ..-. ..
...w ............ PJ0.V
i hoiroror lay? qr 'deftpcV'g
hi'elhoda lo win. Wo ar6 a
worked out of tho national
But It is today that more thnn half
measures arc needed to save communi-
ties audi as thla $J poncsscn (a
Pennsylvania steel town).
How will it como Out' The proper-
ly owners of every kind the heads of
Industry the upbuiidors of law and
order tho loaders of tho nation Itself
are being pictured as tho unscrupu-
lous enemies of theso thousands of
At first thcV don't wnnt In IihIIovp.
but from conditions buck of them for
UioaeoTf world demand 'and S MllltUniHlllnMltlflVlllllllllllllillllllll 111111111111111111111 IllllllllllillllllUW
midst of prosperity and high wages. 11 . ' J "- ' -J
I Dbgliill Paragrapiis
Fromthoflles of thovAblleno Itcport
6r Jan. G 1905.
"Judge J. M. 'Wagataff camo In from
tho West on tho noon train.
"Mrs. Edwin Coaby loft ou Hie noon
train today for Woathcrford.
"Judge K. K. Lcgett was duo to .tr-
rlo homo Thursday night from u busl-
sens trip to Dnllnn.
Rev. L R. Scarborough ban boan
ni anlmously called to tho pastorate o!
ih First Baptist Church o Han An-
tonio and a committee has bien ap-
po ntcd from that church to wait
Thoy pitied u for working thoyiPn him and to urge hla acceptance
shuddered at our fate mid thought
nome tlmeh dirking and bombing
would bo great. And now they havo
departed for RtiHaia's shining shore
whero patriots Iruchcartcd. may shed
each other's gore; whero man takes
recreation with weapons in his paw?
and prompt assassinaton u auro of
groat applause. I hope they'll all be
Joyous on Russia's happy strand and
novor moro .annoy us or see this
darkened land. Thoy'll have the kind
of freedom that's bound to hit tho
spot for friends will shoot and bleed
m. apd burn thorn when they're "I havo bough new fresh and Mlt
ahpt. Ko let's keep on dispatching
the reds to Russia'n shore; -they've
Itched uh Ions and scratching has
grown to be u bore.
(Copyrighted 1819 by George Matt-
Ab'lanQ wcild glvo un Mr. Scarbor
ou ;h with tho greatest reluctance.
tVantcd; A few more regular cus-to-
ters tor fresh jersey butter dcliv-
ord Tueuday Thursday ami Satur-
da each ueek. Price '.'3 cents. Address
mt or phono Mrs. L W. Rois US
Southwestern A T. Clark.
"Attention Flretnon: Foremon with
their companies in full uniform -will
report at the Ceneral Fire Stat'on
Sunday Jan. 8th at 7:00 p. in. By
order of Morgan Weaver President.
D. II. Jacks sec.
in4 PASO Texas Jan. C.ThrougU
pasbengers from Yuma Ariz to San
Diego Caln do not need passports al-
though the new road jubt opened.
puBS.es through ninety mllea of Mexi-
can territory according to Sydney
Smith former American consul at
Mexicalla Mexico He Is now located -g
In El PaBo.
"Tho through .pasbengers ao Jotsk Tl
ed In tbelr cars while passlnjr throngh
Mexico" Mr. Smith said 'Thcir rag-
gaga is placed in a Bteel cage amf car
ried in bond throusteifeTiejMUfrnlory
without JnspeUfQijr jf
r - m
Tor hMle O
FOrtt with htur
line of grocorica which 1 offer to thn
public next door to S. W. (Jrimoa and
Co. on Chestnut St. Haiug many
years experlcnca in the buaiuosH 1
bolievH I can please my patrons and
resnectfully ask you lo give me a
trial. W. T Hemphill
'Foresters Take Notice: Installa-
tion of offlcorq takes placo tonight
and members of tho order bliould bo
present. Pink Woolen. C. It."
1 --- -
A Loto That Failed.
IlousowlfcIf you lovo woi- why
uon't.you find it?
Tramp (sadly) Alas lady lote ia
mind. London Tit-Bits.
She Tho grey squirrel seem to bs
ao-nappy nnu cnipper anu gay."
Ilor-Wcll thoy onght to be happy;
incysrc worm aoout nve times aa
nnfqh.aB they used to be. New York
iiJi-i-iiJiii"i !!" iirir'rfTrTjif"wv'LfuLXfvyl
Slim Pickens hnd liln hair combed
so nice last night that ho hated to
go to bed.
Mlsa Peachy -Slnis wa fully Intend-
ing to go to tho big birthday paty
on (.under Creek tonight but she
finds that .she hasn't enough face pow-
der to last her moro than half way.
Dock Hoclca says that congress may
keep on. arguing that the war is not
aver but he has talked to fo or
three soldier boys und thoy say It is.
nt siwiiv um
ler. J Mfup.
Hajf fiM'li pd HMipford
.SI AiirOKU. TjfdS Jap C lial
inah rain foil heiarly Monday worn-
ins that has 1uafier.de! cotton iiiimtPS
ttme felnie Chribinwu
This is thi fin
tiTuv'lhut furmfcra hi'e no been in th
tatmed and rivra luirneabed to uunnlyircntrf- r.-thrrinir thnir nttnn.
wuiir in uuquiun iu mm wiucn juus
irvm the clouds.
TJte Wfst Txas Chambep of Com-
mre j p4m? wub aiiunnon t ir
I Just a Little Fun I
"I TZ 1"
Itcilfctlons ou a Head
PrcfejiBor If tlip gentleman in the
back row will kindly remove ltls hat
I will continue and point nut a con-
crete oxample Yale Record.
"Is your hubband a good provider.
"yessum. He's a cood iiravidah all
1 right but rso alius scared dut niggan'
Jgwlnoiar git caught at it" Houston
An automobile driver Mowed up on
Reimnd Avitnnn TiiMsilnv In lot a wn
odq qunre milpjujjre urea thun fton-bian cross tbe &trout in safutj. and
' t i
! Do You Know
J That ?
Tho t'niteif Staton (A l)ra"zll has I8S-
tlnental rnited Statos of Amorioo
Brazil. S.tfljno wfnaro mile; V. &
30267$ I buudre tnllos.
Abilono is in practically the aarna! -f poctleal Prepared nnn.
HIiiiIh as Halrrj. Kavill. .r ....
luuiuiiu us uairub fafyu v
In gnwtne a horse iitiiisthorrasH
toward lib liody but a ciw prtiiia- it
away In rising a Jforeellfts 11$
forepart f'rat. a J4-Piroar uurtors
rlttitie; and it la un excellent thine.!
Naw hn un pruach the doctrine of prt
uervm S wftiet auppiy uuiure sw?a
um Jk u-AiiftiP to iaf kins artif iJrfai
nvif el Mtainlug mubture
1J ayie "m Tojcaa farnidi'; U
fr ikv4ot hla Kat.. Teuu neighbor
in ttefe ini4haf o inducing- cropsbui
be aiiil hAu aiiu:thing to l-dm Wllo
tr(w wnjh Xha 1 tmxit 'VVtaTc
a- aui lne &.! to produce u gooQ
- f ... ii i i .
jt - -
she tainted and bail to bo carried lo
tjio hopitaL Drhora kindly take
warning. Seattle Post-Intelligoncer.
lib iiM.il now
nail. Soo Hen.
Oroeu. What on earth do ou want
twllh lli.l ulinat rt niElnpa tMni(9
Wh you've got a hundred IhjsreT
Grey. Weil iou see pfeJust com-
pleted a poem and I ittier send t
Iter more than onpoedllor. Ixmdoa
BRJNftlNO TIP FATHER By Geo. McManui
..tOOH BROTHER TOuO ME
"VO YEA-U vqo HE wiuL
NOT &E HOME Aj HE
COJN oot or town
MaxKu ovfiu-t to toHperingiaud
Hfrmg-OlM MJ Ao TMJ railrw4s
ll SOJN OOT.OT TOWN- FW
Zn I f.V 7VN'H.
Mte i h. j w i rvyL
-yi?MS-r Biv ''''$'
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FOR tM JVVul kvoiI ForiU ut j
runuual mptah& hwr Bern adv. !
. hn- e-
cattso it is not of their own dcalre that
thev have been lnkrt frntn tholr nlari 2l
. -.. : i . -: - r-r-rr
It is what tho syndicalist leaders .want
and. those workera are bolng mad6 lio
tools to get It Methods mean nothing
to them. Any means justify their end
so have tha syndicalist leader nw
claimed. These leaders are i- powof;
at thfa moment. Worldwide dliofditf
la aprcndlng. nhd ypu. Mf. American
Citizen need not thlnlt thai your hotno
is too rctnoto to be touched by it
Ed. S. HygW-- --- rcsidotit
TfAnrv .TaTnf .VlUC'L'roSltfcnt
W. B.Jblo - - Cnabor
R Ij; jfifficQlt Assl. Gnshior
K. Poul .toucs -Asst. Gashior
otz & Curtis
l-rl t'AKA I.MIjJ
TOR 6000 MILES
America's MOST MILES PER
Fttlwiler Electric Company
$5.00 Reward f6r thq
T. and CLlF
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persons who are
s Zelma Woody. W.
Automobile Tops and
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