The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 198, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 21, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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TUCK ABILENE REPORTER ABILBWE TEXAi.
lit ABILENE MINTING COMPANY
102-23 . Second St. f
Entered m Second Class Mall at Abi-
subscription bates- r " -- 4 - . -
Oho Year (In advance) ..$5.0' "'" " .?;' ' """" utwiinpanu-u
hx Months (In advance) 2.70 tnp n tarr ban nt to Ab'n(4
Three Months (In advance).... IM to on " central west Texas fair.
By Hubert Cooper.
One Month (In advance)...
Business and Circulation 67
tentorial Office 829
Society 1097 or 348
That Is an evidence of tho progressive
spirit that should servo to nnlto tho
two communities In stronger bonds of
That that bond of fellowship has
been made stronger no one can deny
Subscribers failing to receive their and' the excellent repressions of ap-
paper regularly will confer a favor preciallon forthcoming from tho Con-
upon tho management by reporting the
name to the business office. Photic
cho city relative to their visit hero
augment to a great degree that friend-
ship which has always existed between
thj the two cities. It Is good that this Is
for In cooperative and combined
Any erroneous reflection upon
rharncter. standing or reputation of so
mf person firm or corporation which effort Cflrilen Hit ftltvntfCPnfem Of IhT
may occur in the columns of THE country.
REPORTER will be gladly corrected
upon its being brought to the atten
Ion of the firm.
u wo i n(Aa b1
THURSDAY OCT. 21 1P15.
There Is always a market for thresh-
ed maize and .hera l. no crop that Is
easier to produce in this t.ntn'.ry.l
Watch the marUet Quotations publish
cd In this paper daily
This Is Fair Wek down Abilene
way. That Abilene will deliver tho
goods In Hi mailer of the entertain-
ment of vistors gops without the say
Ing Abilene always makes good.
Your prediction has come true for
the Fair hero was a success In every
sense of the Word. We do not say
that we are merely giving you the ex
pression that has been heard on every
hand since the big event was over. We
IrtAnhMnnr'n .1 ti f J- -tt t rtrrrrt n lrt
.. t .1 11 bore a good time and live up to tho
about as low down as men could well Hnll of ho weg Rxpresslons
2tJ'ILlT f "t:nr' Be.1 .ngnln thai we have hennl are that we
llUi OUilU'llWU nC Ml U lli;iSt. liinii
made a big effort to show nil who came
swearing there Is no excuse for cither.
have made good.
.1 . . 'Advertising
If you save a dollar you have earn A of thc nilvortl8pments
o. n dollar. There Is never n da) c t f Ht d
when Reporter readers cant save ftto merchant be
money by reading the advertisements pvp9 lhwo g stm Bomp m n
which appear In this paper. If the men lha tl com
wnrn no nnrnfill nlmlif flnvlnlr na Inn . - -
" along all right
HUlllUII HI. Ill I1UIIIU3 "Ulllll iiuil- iivi
Else why would thoy
spend their money in going out nfter
trade. Those fellows In the city know
pretty well what they nre doing
ttowle nlade. -
Indeed they do. The business men
in the larger cities of thc nation real
ize they have builded their business
Carran7a sayB there Is no law to
keep him from becoming a candidate
for President of Mexico all of which
Is quite true. If he can control the
situation and bring peace to Mexico jbJ thdr ndvertlMnB am U)0 moTJ
.. i money they have spent In a systematic
like his . .... ... . . ...
have run In the papers the jnore
money they liave proportionately re-
f t 1 nut AMW
T wiiV .till i
SXAP SHOTS. a
By lar E Honse.
Wlien a banker !s sent to th-
penltenflary thero is gmtt dis-
appointment. There Is nothing tit-
average mh m ftineh eninv it.-.
theory that plenty of moner enable !
a man to esrnpp Justin.
Oeenslonnliy. rterf wins and i
vory generally mistaken fnr judg-
ment. There Is no merit in hanging out
after (he game ha gone against you
Nothing please tnan much" ns
a reputation for being a penjpr.
The IntrolueHnn of the Btingleis
bee renders Invalid one of the oldest
jokes in the world without In ant
way increasing the production of
A colored skin and a disposition
lo prench saddle n man with pret-
ty heavy burden.
It is comparatively easy to drum
up membership for a lodge which
taps a keg at every regular meeting.
Bph Wiley seems to take the enm
mon sense view of It. Eph snvs If
w" Jrl J1: ? housewives kno this
business. j truth they realise
Once In a while the element ofsi"R5e hike-1'ay fai
originality Is introduced in an ?- why tncy s il k to
copatle. wo refer. Of course to the
Kansas man who took his wife. inlenrf
of another woman when he rnn
Every popular hero get credit foil
victories in hattles that never
IlUck Klllly SUVB if II mnn tc . lleceied tkhetf
ayspoptic iilmsolf his license to ad-l """
yise people along dietetic lines nhotiM. r "''
oo revoKetl. """"&""
A political campaign bring mnnv' C'
Intricate problem to llehi. ttnw O
i ' -i
Beont'ics fe st -afd dis
lpnointmcit' u-9 tliluKioMit 1 ike-
iay be tart of ynlfp' m rosus 1 atn
why Calum AisUiemiijfifironinlcJ J
In Iniv andto t-f lt m:5
..- . I J J - . 5J
" " can pure nhe Mlfing. C'
many votes does a brass lmmt ni N i Ml
. - -- i . :-t .'
4. 4. 4. :. ! &IV-r
By Frank CJrlmes.
we shall be glad to sec him become
President even If wo don't
Chief Clinton hnd on his war clothes
Wednesday nnd talked straight from
the shoulder about keeping Abilene
celvcil. And It is over thus liven
j those who live In the towns come
RflrtHnPfll Injur (n tinilnratnnil t!n 1ia
Merchants nnd other business' mnXtU b ..i.- i... i
v ! t f uiiniuni- niivu 4 ttt' j i
men wno piio uoxes nga.nsi ue- ou.i- not pr0wnt to lp 1c concrete
dings will servo their own Interests by (0 mmM ()f tQ
watching the fro lawr. If you get oxcoont K00(ls lhoy mvo lo 0
imuu juu vi&ii i. uii.iuij iiiu viiiui.
Tho action of President Wilson In
p'taclng an embargo on arms and am
munition going Into Mexico except
If you hnppen to bo In favor of this
nation building n groat navy and on-
rt Crtfrnnn vim r tvlan mrtv fit flin ... ... ...
. .. w larging us army uon't let your ontliu-
part of the Washington officials. Since 8iaBm blind vo to the fact that groat
tho recognition of Carrnnza Is a fact naVPH and armies product nothing but
It would be foolish to allow enemies Brei4t Xp.ngpH nml UlR out of th
of Carranza forces to have a free hand neopIeV pockets these expenses must
at ammunition In this country. b. norno. The men who nro most ac-
't'( 'n the work of creating a sonti-
Emperor William says what he Is InPnl n fuvor of ..groator PrCparod-
going to do next and then proceeds 0HS auy mt iho mm who wu foot
to uo it. wane t.ngianu is talking about tho bills but nre tho oneH who will
What John Hull Is going to do. Unless C0Hect the bills. IlonUam Mows
thoro Is a change very soon Serbia ( Ani do.t forKOt too tlmt w mvo
will bo In tho hands of tho Teuton's 0Uf Bioroa to protoctt am Umt f w0
and then the name will be "Servla" or re to continue to exist a national hon-
somethlng else. England Is n good or to uphold. Are wo not subject
old wagon but too alow. 'dally- to on attack by an enemy? Can
WD 0Xpect tn aiWays keep at peace
Now and not next year Is the time)Witl nU nien Can wo nJwav8 m coa.
to DEFEAT Mr. Doll Weevil. Early duct our diplomatic affairs a's to keep
luumiiit mm vuuaiuiu cuiuuuon uru out of trouble? Can wo always sub
4. 4.4.4..j.4. j.'
ComnllmenlH nre not flminn-. .
flf-A frlHrttM r .......ii. . .. . .'
.... ...... ...M U1 vuiiiiinnnnis sincere
ones genuine lienrt-born comnll-
Flattery IB wenk easily detected
anil insincere. A renl compliment U
flnttery with nil the flattery tak-.'
Ho who spreads compliments pro
mlscuously always haa plentv at
frlonds. Ho Is agreeable In ntiy iocl-
ty perfectly eligible sure of his do
A flatterer except to fools. Is pa
tlently parnsitlc. He trnfflckg p.
trifles and often calls a spade n xr
The most valuable compliment It i-
possible to bestow is uiven li.-uin i
one's back If an ill word spoken . -hind
one's back is a stall In Hip dark
men n compliment given without U
knowledge of the complimented oiui
is n glorious sun bursting through'
the clouds. '
it you sea n mnn who Is "mnkinif
k. who is uoing ins work well nna
Js ijs ip t p jt Js wp y p Jf J sjt IJS J p y
int. lo fit Ain ""thouiso
Associated With Dr. Auda Vee Cash
flooms 11 12. 14. 15 Bryan Building
Over Compton's l)rug Store.
ItcMilence Phone 3.1.
JNO. G. JACKSON
Next to Rcc M. Bank
lr W. C. Neal Dr T M. Cox
Or W. L. Anderson
Drs. Neal. Anderson & Cox
OffIcvSecond Floor Kadford j4
fiffke phone N JjA
t-i-i v . . inuhi taw. pneae jyo yt.
W A 4
1'TpI i I
I I Iff T1IK
Phjarfcian & Surgeon
OJjfrce over Cor. Drug
ore. lies. Phone 347
' UK. PYIU S N. KAV
OUlce Wngstafi Bldg. Pine t
HOURS; 9-12 and 2-5
Phones- Ofbce 12.1 Bealdence 233
war. 3i. yx
Over Chandler-Schultz Grocery.
Specializing on Itesuloncc Work
"Better Buildings of all Types."
The Farmers & IWercJiaiils
Of Abilene Texas
Capifai $100000.00; Surplus and
Mil S'. Hughes President.
F W. James. Vice President.
Henrv James. Cashier.
V. H. Keeble Assisl mt Cashier
Are You the Man
who never was and never will be sick wnose flesh cannot
be cut or bruised whose bones cannot be dislocated or
broken who 13 immune from slips and falls who never
rides a street car railway train steamboat carriage or
automobile who never walks on a sidewalk or across the
street who is Impervious to fire lightning water the bite
of a dog the kick of a horse thc sting of an insect who Is
able to tlodgc every falling object who never fails down
who neither works nor seeks amusement? If you are
then you don't need an accident or disability Policy BUT
if not then you do need one. Yov e sure of your Insur-
MOTZ & CURTIS
(Chcapandbigcan Baking Powdersdonot
savo you money. Columetdocs It'aPute
ami far aup" r to sur milk and soda.
recommended to bo the best means of mit to Insults for such thoy are when
fighting the weevil provided of course harmless vessels are sent down with
the cotton stalks have been destroyed our citizens on them? Can wo always
In tho fall and winter by burning or appear as hating loat our patriotism
deep plowing. The United States gov.anf lo not lf our conutrj. Kooa
ernment also recommends single stalk literally "to the dogs?" Can wb nl-
cotton which has been found to mature vray be of the mind that we nre safe
quick and thus get ahead of the wee- and thereby show that wo are !ujmne
vll. War or no war the price of the Can we always subaist on hope ami
1916 crop will be high and farmers of hope alone that wo will never bo at-
mis pan oi uexas enouiu see to U tacked? Can we?
that the weevil don't destroy the frulta
faithfully it will be of more mim. tn
him if you tell hi employer about it.
inHienu ot complimenting him direct.
No amount of compllunuits the wor&-.
man may receive Is going to raUe his
sainry or increase his standing
if linn unless ma mmployer
of tho compliment.
Faithful mon hnve atarveu to death'
on compliment bestowed direct when I
perhaps half n down of thani distri-
buted In th right quarter would1
nave piaeeu him on firm footing.
A compliment given In the third
person la one of the moit untinh PETITION' WIM II C PltK.SK.VITI
and at the same tlrno moat helpful -i 103131 1.SSI'O.NKU.s ATM).
.u.iiBH m uie worm. Try it out onie VK3IHKH TKI'.H.
mm.- mm ee lor jnursoir
5 TO ASK COURT FOR
LECTION ON TICKS
of their labor.
libraries and Reading-
Novels are to be tabooed at tho New
York city public libraries if the sug
gestion of the head of the city bureau
Indeed it was a curious document
that emanated from Paris France the
other day which proposed that thetof statistics and Investigation Is car-
United States be divided between theIed out. Economy is the object to
nations now engaged in war and that he sought and the chief investigator
the war be stopped. In other words has heard that fiction comprises 10
the writer proposed that the United ami fin ner runt nt tho r.a.iic ..
States be forced to pay for Europe's circulated In the libraries. Such dras-''8 not n accordance with the Bible. c"l deaths among cattle having been
foolishness by the whole of Europe tic action seems unlikely to be taken. iTie 'erk WOr!5fid Pon 'bis principle reported within the past week or ten
commning ana taning tnis country metier thnn tn en Hn rn. t.i i. ut " very sausiactorny to uaja.
Prance to receive as Its part certain adopt a fee system for recent fiction onTt
XI The Tarlor county commissioners
A IITTI.E Fr.Y. SKLKCTPO court will be asked at the November
. term to can an election for the pur-
. I Poa of voting on tick eradication tu
l'l lo Papa. J A petition has been circulated for
John I think you had better give 'a month or more and has received
Edgar a good whipping" practically enough signatures for pre-
-Wliut's ho been doing?" sentatlon to the court. Judgt. J. F.
IIe won't study bis lessons or do Cunningham has tha petition and utat-
y chorea shout the house." .il Thursday that It would he omani.
'What rmma does he give?" ltd to tho court tn November.
"No reason that amounts to any-! Xearly every county adjoining Toy
thing. I tell him I want him t study lor now has a tick law. Itunnels vot-
and work In order that ho may b- ed overwhelmingly against the tlcka
cgiiu a great anu successful man. and a fow days ago while Tom Green
he says he noutd rather be like you."tsdoptd the measure about two
' .months ago. It is confidently bellev
She Was a Stranger. '! that the measure will be approved
A pious merchant once employed ajI'J' majority of the Taylor county
iiir urn KlH!K UIIU mis TUIB IQ uijji
follow In all dealings with the cus.l Meantime the tick fever continues
tomers: "Neyer to do anything that to claim iUs victims In the county sev-
MOTZ AMI (TUTIS
v NOTAKY PPHMP
Office Over (ltiL'Us Nat'l Bank
r 4- 4l
UK. I V. 1IOLLIS Sr.
V Illt;L.'i. HOLLIN. Jr. 4
Physicians add Surgeons.
Hour?: 16 to 12 a. m. 2 to 6 p. nt. 4
At the Hoi!! Sanltsrlum
8 to Vi a. m
4 to fi p. m
DR. R. A. MADDOX
Office Out Corner Drug Siore
Hours b) Appointment.
Office Over citizens Nat'l Hank
Lands Loans and Llrestock.
Ilrjaa llldg. pine .su
Abilene Texas. 4
a modern seven room
house to seSI at once?
Compere & Compere
Renl Estate Insuraace and Rental Agency
OH AS. mOTZ Sr.
Fire Tornado Plato Glasi Personal Accident.
'Phono No. 1190.
territory Germany. England Japan all .This pays tho department stored T and and" asS to st somf brdlloTh
the others to have a slice. We don't has worked satisfactorily in modified ffi etrf threw down So S The
know what gave rise to the thought form In the Springfield city library ta.lra.ksd iJ riL nf fjl9
A suggestion baa been made to The.ries have a ureat rwmnnaihfHur rho tor-
Reporter that b movement to becalled earr either Teaff op tdI.ts hl v...-frt--Th-w"t-turnfel torthtfakuhea amtt
- '- - .-.-i nv juuv
iv. o. Y. xrnrE.
Kna- hnt ho nlnni tnr- tha W n W
Snrfni?fififfl iK lllirfinr lnl- fi(.La.l l. ..-AA J . .. . . ... V . .-
. . . . J . . . :."- ---o-.ii -"j 1'uicM. w"j .! mr imict auu uuuti UBJIIK liuiuiintr ar fiflniniatA nn.l tha nnmniii.
nut we ao Know mat uncie bam mist The publle library must lead-it can- told that one was a dollar a yard anil tee J8 going to make a report tonight
first give his consent and that Is all not force the taste for solid literary the other a dollar and one-half sh 8 large atwndanee Is desired Tome
we want to know at this time. 'food. Corpus Christ! nnmncrat replied that It was entirely too chain nut .. tha.ians ni !. h.i ih.
i ... ' .. . . .. . - - - ' p" -i "i '-
Ana in tnis respect the public libra " a luuKing ior smnwiniug yst- couMiiIUea hat to report.
" f n ii oAnvpn r i
i .w .. .
at i Sr
..i.i j j . . . .
ho a.oi in - w ia .i. .... .. ... uu"" aruuuu meii n9 nroouceu an
- - v -. u.uu. tuc luaiciiai rtiiii vtriifii
Guaranteed dental work at reasona
ble prices. Examination free. Houn
8 to 6 daily. Sunday by appointment
RIckard Building corner South Pint
and Chestnut streets. Phone 406.
--- --- '-V- '.'in.-yi.
DK. W. T. 8TKWABT
Rooms S and a Alexander Bid-.
" Over McLemare-Baaa
Offlce It. Residence 191
"Pay It In November
Abilene and the Abilene country. We they have to work Is almost beyond
confess that we think It a good Idea estimation. It is to be doubted very
and hereby declare that November seriously whether fiction Is good for a
shall be so designated. If the people youth particularly Jn his growing
who have received accommodations 'years. He needs to train his mind
from the merchants banks and otherdurlng that time to get a correct la-
business houses of Abilene try the 'sight Into the workings of life and it
year 1916 can be begun with almost acan scarcely be said that fiction will
clean slate. And why not! The .afford him such an Insight. Merely
country Is in a prosperous condition reading spasmodically works of fiction
everybody can get hold of a Httlecannot cause any harm to anyone but
money and there never was abetter a too constant practice of it becomes
time to start new than now. The facts 'exceedingly detrimental and particu-
are that a man or woman who don't larly some of this pseudo-literature we
meet bis obligations In times like the are being burdened with at the present
other pteee of the same quality as :-() lTTEXIt "MTiTHOniST
the dollar and a half pleae and sml-f CO.NPEHKM'E AT AN'OELO
la at his customer said:
"Here is a One niece that I over Sntai in Th nnnnrtor
Hooked at two dollars and one-half sav angbIjO. Tex.. Oct. i.Ahout
p0(Lad s25ft delegates are attending the an-i
m iay ex.tn.mea h nougni nva nui meeting of the West Texas coa-
.mu 4ua uBUMuu. L'viutfttiiy well fyrpucf or h M-thnrfL.f !.. mli
pleaswi The proprietor turned to the South which onened h v.teni-v!
jolert and demanded what Bible an- Hisbop James II lf C t presiding.
Itborin he found for that transaction i
"She was a stranger and I took lir JEFFERSON C0KXTY (JETS
to" talmlyrephsdthe clerk. j SHAKE OP HIGHWAY BONDS
ASQl'ITH AtAY HE ARLE TO
f?Bfi!al in Tim TJoTinrfAf
REiPPEAK I IMirSB Tl'ESDAY imns-rnv t nit .i.M
LONDON' Oct 21. Premier Awiuith BAnt aal Jefferson Pimlv ..' nm
. . " " Md lUnUtnn n.--iAllmBS -i.... ...i w rfC
nresent is hardly worthy or receiving It therefore remains for the libraries " "a"J Bv""a" fvf1" auu mv on the better highway movement
t-ehat an good for you. lifting fields of reading.
it In November" and get to direct as far as lies in their power. f.fffFf'LuV1 f Th aie levtt --5 of first
L It wttl ba good for the the youths Into mind-huildlng aSS up- SSToUSSS USSL?! MKh
House yesterday afternoon. a nao.uuo bond Issue
The Rev K C St-aman. An hdeacon
ot (ho Southern pivJUon ot the Mis-
sionary Uistrtct of North Texas will
do in AWiene Saturday ready to op6n
tho mission at the EnlscoDal church
Sunday morning. Archdeacon Seaman
has already announced the list of his
subjects and texts for the three ser-
vices each day during his stay. At thn
early morning esrvlces 7:ao a m eacn
day ne will speak on the Beatitudes
one ueauiuae each morning a five
minute tam in the afternoon four
ociock eaen day during the week his
subject will be personal and Individ-
ual religion talks. Eaxh evening at
7:30 p. m. he will treat more the var
ious questions arising from the doc
trines of the Episcopal church show
ing the personal Bide of all that the
cnurcn teaches in It's direct applica-
tion to all men. A full program of Ms
subjects will appear from time to time
m tne daily paper or can be secured
at any time from the rector of the
Episcopal church the fiev A. D. Ellis
OUR PRICES ON
A COMPLETE LINE OF
Paints Varnishes Brushes Sun-
dries Wall Paper Window Glass
Will Interest you. We have the verv best
brands at the lowest prices.
RALPH PAINT AND PAPER CO.
SAS AM'OV.O TEX iS
Absolutely Fireproof Modern Ele
fantly Furnished All Outside
Rooms with high Ceilings
A Hotel Built for the Climate
European $1.00 to
1 MArl WT-i-t it.-'-ZZ7M
m ' ?-' u -"l'f v ii
til I'' JP-ux 4 - - 4 W
111 W 771 'r -- t SHI
The Tas wonder cures kldoer
and blader tgfjubfeic weak and lame
backs sfieuiafetUia aad all irreeolar.
Uies ojftbeyds'eys and blaidlr In
both lien nd women. Rfcuiatoa
bladder trabies In chlldrejf; if not
sold fy y druggist wUHbe sent by
mall pa ecelpt of ll-QT One small
bottle lskwo menthTreatnient and
seldom tails to psjeet a cure. Send
for testbionlalsJfom this and other
states. DUifw. Hall. 2926 niin
Stret St ioula. Ho Bold by drug-
in ..! .
"UB wnere you desire but you
will find it to your advantage to buv
your groceries fancy and staple here
Its the precaution we take again.-!
Impure foods that makes housekeep-
ers feel safe in buying here. Back of
that are the lowest prices found anywhere.
J . W .Evans
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