The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 27, Ed. 1 Monday, April 3, 1916 Page: 3 of 6
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THE ABILENE REPORTER. ABILENE. TEXAS.
Mrs. Ben h. Cox returned Monila
noon from a visit with hrr patents it
Mrs. Cnrtwright mid mhf Krrlwl
Monday from Mnrfn Tor a Visit with
Iholr parents stnd Krnhrlpwretilii Mi.
and Mrs J. Snmmn
Mary Knittm i)aK 1'i-yonr-nld
daughter of K. S V. Davis r string
.five miles south of town had the mis-
fortune to fall down a hill Sunday
and break her right arm in two plana
below tho elbow. She only rncetiily
recovered from a severe ease of prn u-
irs. Samuel Church Xash of J
Angeles cal. arrived Monday nqi
over the Texas & Pacific for ajtfsll
with Mr. and Mrs. George Klnbofg on
North Third stroft. Mr. Nash accom-
panied Mrs. Nash this far but went on
to Isbw Orleans where he will trans-
act business before returning to Abi-
lene for a visit with his friends. Ho
Is Pacific Coast representntHe of the
T. & P. and other railroads and ery
prominent in California
. - . . . .. .
5 GREAT OLD REMEDY
S. S. S. Drives
Cut It fit
T T r
I" 5tutm. -Jp
I ii i M .r Jf
L. In Mr rrJrA
m'm ... . ??' -
yfkiM auiMUf A
.sjm wnn up
blood. If the
c of the skin.
tiieplnK it clean
:i--llofc even uiiu-
tonld be necfea
W In this be-
be restored 10
can sccura frdm
t In u blood tonlo
blood and cause
of your troublo
well. Fifty years
covered and gHim
ind. During this
n tin rt-ninj-knbln
as a blood nurlfier
leved tnousanda of
pd by Impure blood)
ned oiooa uiscRSPi.
but you muit tnke
B. 8. a Therefore bo sure. Don't take
cliruica. don't use lotions. Oct B. 8. S.
from your drusBl.it. If yours Is a spe-
cial cane write for expert medical ad
rice to 8w It Specific Co.. Atlanta Oa. '
MOTHER WINS SOX IX
KKI1IT WITH JIl'SHAXD
and tonic. Huh r
cases Of disease en
and chronic or in
You can bo rnllev
j. j. j. j. .... j. j- j. .1. j. j. j. j- a -.'
First Monday t'rinxl. I1" F- Worh Sfar-Telegram or Frl-
There waB a good-sized First Mon- y:
day crowd In town with trading on Mrs. Ilesstc Hunt won the custody of
the "Jockey lot" pretty brisk during her son in her divorce suit against
tho day. Horses mules and cows c. IJ. Hunt completed hcrorc Judgo
were offered for sale and trade. jswnyno at a night session of court
In llhdHeTcourt. Thursday
Officials of tho District Court had 'rilL' caHP "roused much interest
a breathing spell Monday for the first when the hearing was begun more than
time In five weeks. There is no jury u month aco necaiise of the hitler
for tho week and only such eases aH fiuht for the possession of the child.'
may be arrange.
(or will be tried.
y P HacU ChJtPsuerfi
''ifi. r nf acIofniH mpmbrat If no
electod ntarCin Gatarrh latjT Don i
tako tho .Ir&ncYs -Alo 8ometlng fo-
your chMrlll Chili rep will nntaki1 if-
njrvlrliV' .i jhey wiltake f)r.
Klnja NcwDlscVt'ry aurl without
bribing or tcVilliB.UH a nyvvt ph'ai-.iji.
Tar Syrup anV soHtxwCc Just h m
the enough trOnimltinte Hie j .t
POWHla AliiiOHt Hie first dose 1u-1mh
Always prepared no mixing or fussing!
uist ask your druggist for T)r. K;k'
.N'eW Discovery It will mife-Kinird y ur
dillil aguliiHt HcrioiiK allliicnU: lult
tag from colds. ud-bk
A Norwegian scientist Ihib advanced
the theory that Saturn's tings aro
electrical phenomena produced by tho
riiillutlmi of liuplnous particles from
tht planet which constantly
Mrs. Hunt testified at the time that
her husband first enme to the house
of her sister in Sweetwater and took
d 1r- tlm child hv force. Later she said.
.she went to tho hoinc of his mother
In Dallns where the chile was being
kept ahd when "God sent a rain" and
his mother had to go Into the back-
anl lo take in her clothes. he escap-
ed hatless and contless with the child
and lirniiirlit him hack with her to
Judge Swayno granted the divorce
nml ruled that tho child might visit
the father at reasonable times and tako
Ii with him to his mother's homo in
Dallas one week in each month until
It N seven years old. Ho ruled also
that the father might tnl'? their smaller
child with him to his mother's home '
a night or two each month until It Is '
mven vcars old. When the children
rnaeh that age however the Vliits are
t. 'e nt uli ho tne ciitiurcii senoonnsr
renews wl JJ0l bp jnl0rfereil with.
5ot fcS)e.T "Xfiomau"
In addition to Gage and Klzce models in wondorfully coiii-
plctc assorlmcMits each morning a new group of artistical-
ly designed hats is transmitted from our workroom to
our millinery salesroom. They represent the previous
days Avork of our corps of expert milliners. The produc-
tions from this source is equal lo I he best in the slate. Your
easier hat will he in vogue if selected here. Prices are
also economical ranging from $2.50 $3.00 S4.00 $5.00
lo 9 1 5.00. Every good style is here.
Made b3r exclusive children'sllat Specialists hundreds of
little hals from which to satisfy the little Miss in color
model and price 50c $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 $3.00 lo $5.00.
Now- shipments art1 constantly uridine to our spli'iidiri showing of popular riressps.
Thoy iin iu Oruandy Xets Linens Crepe do Chhn? and Tnl'lVta in all the loatling
shades and wonderfully pretty Spring models. Dresses Tor street evening and af-
ternoon : in fact dresses for all occasions ready to -wear at priee.s that you'll appreci-
ate when you sec the dresses. Hotter values were never offered at $3.00 $750
$S.."iO $10.00 $lLf.0 $15.00 $18.50 up to i - ?35 OO
Smart designs in novelty silks pastel shades in C'repp de Cliine and hrocr-y snowy
lingerie elahprate composition of pretty laces and chiffon are all asseinhled here
in your choice and size; prices are $1.00 to . Jj515 OO
'Mauv SpeidaV "X)aueis
Every Wanled fabric in Ihe newest shades arc here in our
complete slock of ladies tailored suits the production
of Ihe foremost tailors of Ihe country the new Spring
mnrlrls lire along youthful lines this season and very
pretty and becoming but best of all we show many spe-
cials in suits I hat represent a real saving lo you Special
purchases lhal are selling much below regular value
Prices S9.50 $1.2.50 $1475 $15.00 $18.75 to $35.00.
A splendid opportunity lo select a high class suit at very
Scores of Smart-Sp'ring Coats For every occasion Sport
Coats evening coals and motor coals. Prices $7.nD$8.50
$10.00 $12.50lo $20.00.
Skvrt Svei Vial ouV V&wvvYe
Dur shirt styles come to us from a maluv whose leadership iu designing oxelnsivo
models is ueltnowledged everywhere. Many of his prettiest and latest productions
are here and others to arrive hy all means let us show1 you your now skirt;
l'liei's are $1.00 to -l 1 .. $15 OO
& (iavwvWe. &w& Darw&v -(Lovsefts
Thoy nn standard for style aiid value too. The newest models reveal changes you
can not overlook if your new garments are to fit properly. Our expert eonsctiere.
and convenient fitting room enables you to select One of your models in these cor-
sets and be scientifically fitted at moderate prices; $1.00 to 1 $7 50
"Wfarder Tpv &oods Co.
m . x
Theyre made with
"If you've ever tasted gootlies made
Vith C'nlmnet Piking Powder )ou
won't blame a kid for being tempt-
ed! CJ-r-t-a-t l-i-g tender taity
biscuits cakes doughnuts muffins
nnd everything I can think of all
bo good I can't keep away from fliem t
"Mother wouldn't think of using any
Baking Powder except Calumet!
She's tried all others she knows
which is best she knows Cnlunutt
means positive uniform results
purity in the can and purttv u the
Iwkiug great economy au J . it-le-some
things to cat.
M You want Iwkinss like mother's
then use Culuwct UakniJ Powder."
Received Highest Awards
Kew Cook Book Free
See Slip i Found Can
Cheap and big can Bating Powders do not save you money.
Calumet does if s Pure and fer superior to sour milk and soda-
na tho South was concornod by Nor- In peace and Flrnt In tho Hearts of his The Commander Htatod that tho Kx- ready to bo (oueilcrcd by tho board
them lilBtorlanu poets and writers. Countrymen." Ilia first shot nt Qrcat curnlon rate wns uniform but that It Ih linposalblo to judge JuHt what
Stiperlntoudent Drooks related many Meadows wan tho flrnt in tho revoln- tho dlvlHloit of tho rate between the will be offered but Uh a oafo guoaa
Instances of tho embezzlement of facts tlon. That shot gained tho victory that rallroail was one and one third cents to state they will bring a nice nrem-
cr misrepresentations that were hurt- gave alt the territories west of tho Al- per mile to all road west of tho Miss- luni and will ho awarded to the hlgh-
ful and damaging to tho South. leghaucys and north of the Gulf ti IsslppI river and ono cent to all Kast. est bidder. y
.No other business camp adjourned. i-iiiiirncm ior mo cousirucuon sn
He snld: "Up to the Civil War tho Knglatnl and conquered the French.
South had dominated tho country. And It wbb this shot that npqured tint
(. KINSOIdNO ll(' baildliig hao aKo been cancdifor
Th.fn..il.a f . ..ol.l... ..; xnlnnln. fnv f'rn. Ilrl. !.. Off clal Cnllllllalll Or Mll'Hl- to IIU puumilU'tl UY J .. Krl'l UUS-
o...i ' ."" v r-J .... .. .. .' . .. . . Jnim riintnn . Mninr nn.i Aiiiiiiunt. day April 4th and If yVcrytldpR cornea
u J3uuiiici imivmuhf ucuiso aati- iaincHiown. vn. was iounucd ucrorn " enli . n. A?nn.i.ariii ..-k
t..n. !.! .l.n ttrct ul.nl llnt 'nc 111 I. ... . . ....... .ST. ... uin.U..u u.i. uu.u.j iu vw-
........ . ... ..b w.v .... .ijHHimii .iiib. aiih iminx uuiur uia. . .... jr .j jr ablv award t ir rnntrac
Twenty Old Confederates wore In roa tho world at Great -MeadowB In 'repencles wore painted mit.
lino awaiting the program the Daught- XrEnI"- So U' H shot was pot glaring was this that the Stt
int siiiKiav at c.irnci!le firl1 at Concord N. I. as Northern tho Intervention of the Dam
ora nt 3 p. m. last Sunday at Carnegie
Hall. The three-Inch rain wus
hindrance na one of them said.
Wo don't mind Uio wcathor
So the wind don't blow."
historians would teach and have all tho Confederacy reformed our school ".'!;. ' w
l... u'nrl.1 l.nllnvn . . .! ... .. vll IllHI&l
...u.u..u ui.v.v iui immiD uiiu iiuw urn uuiik moil to SllfP
I "Thero were ninny 'tea parties' along and women nre taught tho truth Lluitaef
tho Virginia and Carolina coasts long Supt. JJrooks related many Instances Jtofe. In
before the celebrated 'Doston Tea Par- of the Infamous rule of the Carpetyou rtfstfcom
S ty- made so prominent by the Nona- Baggers in the south. Tho Statot fn-shini:
.. . . ..: ltii Historian boutnernera boaruqa Georgia did not own a dollar nnd utt writes.
wuim v. muuuoi ui . e wn Ul0 blna broad dnygit and not In dor the Carpet ling regeluie of sK woUht In
!' ifciwfli: tune nreii
W SMFn'f I.liiinti'nt Jffi
JFns n)iu' Juttapupy
Ii HhusAfuie tlifu
I slecpA Diu-Vg
enjoy a ie-
rati ful uh
h- i i. wortn Hi
i : Li.ttl' on ban t
i mi i s. ne'iralgl
l'.c at oiu
ird th" contracU4
of tlifr 'V"a
Jiui rctucruu iium Uiu Kiilil'C uiiu iioru l... .. i!v nml nhnvo Imnrrl ........ i.n .!.. .. onnnnnnn . it ..i- .
some of them are sp feeble that they HOlzed tho KinB'8 tea and threw It Tennessee had $2300000 'school fun-1 and hrulsth. I
cant. comq. romarKcu Aojuiani unn- overboard." and all that wns wasted and sijunndor. druggist.
There w a goodly attendance of " SSlf; KLJS'SS'- ?L f TO STAlFST.Is
Daughtors and visitors. Tho program ' ' . ' '..:.;." ' r'llrt nMrCB wntt v.n Hmi nh.i. XKW JIIOII SCHOOL S00
I.rU. .1X111 II IJL 111. IlllIlU(mflAH. tllllllliH IIH IIVM tlllill. l.llUHh '
iiu revuiuiiuu in ins mmuiia bpeecu in -- " " ..-. ... ....... .
ohn Stuart Church Richmond Va"
'Washington was First In War First
uu A 4(wli la
Corns Gome Off.
Like Banana Peel
Wonderful Simple "flet-It" JTevr
Fails to Bemove Any Corn Easily.
'Wouldn't 1(1 Jar you? Hera I've
been going- alof s tor years with ono
desperate cornlafter another tryine
to get rid of iem with salves that
The VeteranB were reminded Jhat
seed time and harvest should not fall
and the promises of the early and
later rains still heed good. The chap-
lain in his Invocation expressed the
thanUfnlneBS of. tho Camp for the beau-
tiful rain and for tho eer reeurrln
goodness of God.
All visiting Veterans wero Invited
t i tho iilntfnrm '
The Daughters' program was an-
nounced by the president Mrs. J. H
IMckens and the numbers were called
by Miss Nettle Tillett. Miss Mayme
Tillett sang beautifully and artisti-
cally "Tho Wish of My Heart" ac
companied on tho piano by her sister.
Miss Nettle. The applause was loud
and long and Miss Mayme returned
to the stage and sang the Confederate
Daughters rallying song called "Blue
Uonnets." cunnlugly: "The Sun Was
High in the Texas. Sky" which brought
down the house and raleeo the roof
with a hearty good will.
Miss Lillian Morrison recited the
prologue and rendered the song of
the Fountain In a piano solp with
splendid effect and was enthusiasti-
cally received by the audience.
Miss Madge Morrison gave a reclty
tlon in her usual happy and pleatjra
style: It was pap and bis boy jit 2
a. n. The boy was wide awakjir and
hts father very very sleepy ; ut the
boy led tho conversation asjlsual to
the utter disgust of the drowsy par-
ent Miss Anna Penn Stanley recited the
prologue and gave Its interpetatlon on
the piano ins a beautiful and scienti-
fic manner bringing out the sentiment
of the disconsolate lovers. The story
and song was entitled -The Nlghtin-j
Superintendent Brooks of the Abi-
lene Public Schools was the Bpeaker
of the day and forcibly put the facts &8 the World's Best Corn Remedy by
before his hearers that American fels- the Abilene Drug Co. and McLetaore-
tory had been basely dealt with so far Bass Drug Co.
Trom Big Springs Herald: Jfh
all Dresent u' r ft hiMicatum aro busy jelling
The Commauder returned thanks to "-'very thing In shape to haJT woi'
thn imiiclitnru ami nil u!m InnU i.rirt fctlfrted OH the nCW llipll 8ehH bu.ld-
In tlm nrfUT.1111 nn.l Invito! ..11 t r. Ing Ut tllO earliest pOS!jbl')lte.
On nest Monday nUlu Jrey I'laa '"
sell tho fto.uwi bnudshiili wev
iQted AVhlle the lild'jJTs lmo Mini1
Moiu'ay fvenlnt- to Mvr thrlr bid
and us all bids wUJrii sruied ntl"
BeiltntelSSa Sura VItM
It" for Thoio
your Toe I
o Sure "Oeti
toes tapgl that stick to
ng. bandaAs and plasters
a pacKai or me ioes iry-
brlngln razors and scls-
x tritai 'Ueta-if just once
have seen that corn
ike a banana Decl." It's
onderful. It's the new way.
main and witness the business meet
The IIiisIiiush lli'i'tlng.
The minutes wero di3pensed with.
All who had not received the South-
ern Cross wore directed to apply to
dputant Clinton and fill out the nec-
essary Blanks. It would tako three
weeks to get the badge.
No action was taken In regard to
Decoration Day. April 2Cth.
The committee on transportation re-
ported that the rates would remain
the same as heretofore one cent per
mile east of the Mississippi river and
on" and one third cents west. Tlie
rate from- Ablloue tr the Reunion. Mar
13th and 14th at Birmingham Ala is
$2i -.' either via Memphis or New
Orleans Tickets are good until tlu
ruth of May. Adjutant Clinton has
full information on the subject
The committee on Congressional reg
ulation to make the fonfederata SoliM
lers and widows beneficiaries ot'X
Illegal Cotton Tax Fund also n?5rted I ' "JTir? Ja ufTtSz
...... i. t..n .r.i -S.i. i i ind 1 Bund it to be the
.00 inj .D fnuio.i iQ T.n ane Kf young ana om
ow ana wnen
Airs. 1. a.
"with sick hi
ars aco a friend
4 me to trv
which 1 did
way andte "Gets-It" tonight. For
corns calluses warts and bunions.
"Gets-It" is sold everywhere 25c a
bottle or sent direct by E. Lawrence
St Co. Chicago 111.
& piled in two seconds nev-
ealthy flesh or irritates.
to prj3 on the corn. Never
l thorold waya for once any-
ters had been forwarded US the Texai
Delegation at Washlnclibii and reply
recehed from eachjjr the Texas Sen-
ators and Congressmen; All pledging
hearty support to the Tillman Bill.
' It was suggested that said resolution
by this camp be republished with th
request that they be adopted by all
'Texas campa and their action forward
Jed to our Senators and Congressmen
J The following delegates were ap
'pointed to the Birmingham Reunion
Capt. E. A- Smith and J. "W. Petree
' Alternates R. A. Miller and d'. P
J President Sirs. G- H Pickens and
n hand all the
children feel a
or a dose and it
than any medicia
bad they ask in
mem more gi
e never naveih long spell ot sick
les in our tainiiy since we commenced
dford'iCbck-Draught is purely
regelwlevemd has been iound to regu-
ate wVk stomachs aid digestion re-
ieve indigestion colic wind nausea
leadache sick stomach and sunilae
It has been in constant use for sort
f Clear Peachy Skin
I Awaits Anyone Who
I Drinks Hot Water!
' Savs an Inside bath before bralK .
fast helps us look and ft
clean sweet fresh.
Sparkling and vlvaclfiipmerry;
bright alert-r-a good clmrJkln and
a natural rosy healthfcoiuplexlon
aro assured only by ufra blood. If
only ovory man and wman could be
Induced to adopt thcmnornlng inside
bath what a gratlfyjKg change would
take place. Instead M the thousands of
Slcklv. unaunilrvlruflilnir iiiph wnmon
"Siid girls wubj: pasty or muddyi
complexions; tmsteai or tho muni
tudes of "nerve wrecks." "rundownsJ
"brain fags" and pessimists
suouia see a virile optimistic throJs
01 rosy-cheeked people everywhere
An inside uatu is bad by drlnMng
each morning before breakfasm a
glass of real hot water with aftea-
spoonful of limestone phosphatein it
to wash from the stomach live kid-
neys and ten yards of bowels tw pro-
vlous day's indigestible wasUf sour
' fermentnttons and poisons thus
cleansing. sweeteuin0 and frefhening
the entlro alimentary canaJ before
putting more food Into the tmach.
Thosa subject to sick heatiShe bil-
iousness uaty breath rheftuatlsm
colds; and particular those wno have
& pallid sallow complexion and who
aro constipated very often are urged
to obtain a quarter pound of llmeston
phosphate at the drug store whlek
will cost but a trifle but Is su&cle&t
to demonstrate the quick and remark
able change in both health antLappear
ance. awaiting those who practice to-
ternal sanitation. We tnuat raism-
ban 70 vears. and has benefited more ber that inside cleauliiiess is mont i
. . . .. .... . .i. -. .. 17 -- i.-rr-L.rr. . 1 .1.- i. v .
sold in Abilene and recommended omers ui rspxvaeu me u5un;io?Banamuuonpeopie.
Thexe will be a large number of per-
Your druggist sells and receneadf
Tbe rate applies to all who ga j jKkage to-day.
sons from this section attend the Re- Black-Drauj
Pnce only 23c. Get a
portant than outside bcause tbe
does not absorb impurities to
tamlnale tke blood wklle the 90.
tho thirty ft of bowftlg 40b
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