The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 39, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 2, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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tIILBNE PRINTING CdMPANV
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nia occur In the columns of THE RE
POrlTEn will be gladly corrected upon
Ittt being brought to the attention of
ho firm. i
THS ABIL1KE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS.
TlTMlAY MAV 2 19M.
Central West Texas was never
better condition for a magnificent food the pressure of perfume
and cotton crop. The late raln3 have
ptit the soil In shnpo to grow sorghum
and maize almqst In a night and cotton
should come up with a bound and grow
off In a rush. We are feeling pretty
good thank you
m?!l!t tcarfui'.J)ut tindor Aprl1 antt Bantens are filled with her dell-
wiu leave us and the Lady May will cnte essence. The hnnt-n of a to(lh
Vull SLJl$!ia?nc " nature's May quiver with laughter of tlmo and
f .if I h '!. . drama ot Ul year the Inexorable rhythm of fate aur-
Will hrt rtrtfi-tlmtjwl rt ...I. ...ll. -. - .. . . ...
Yr"" "? " vaw. U.U..U. enarges mo worm with Harmony.
pfays an Important part. April Is a Mftv snmftHmM wa . J
r"LlS Vi -tr"' b.ut J?1: AprlU but May smlks brightly thh'
flowed that will bloom the r best nnd Jevearhn KJf JThS &V Sf
brightest In Mnir Thn nit iS.Vii.fc .t.he yea.r th0 b"1 and brightest gift
adage that March winds and A Ulal naluro awards to man.
showers bring up the May flowers Is '" May tno "eena aro slashed by
being exquisitely Illustrated today. ' y'n c0"ds ?nl 'be rays of tho moon
Lady May Is modest but more ma- fnd n d"leu opportunity of escape
turo than Anrll nnd slm ninva n ln There Is a silver thread of Rprinnn-
1. 82jrles3 poetic hut far more potent No ness njeamtng In the garments of Lady
or 34Srinan can discount the liliialilnir tmnn. May. They toll oL-tlie crnwlnr- vimr.
ties of Lady May. She Is associated "T suggest maternity they Indicate
with nature's greatest blessings and o approach of middle-age. The days
therefore appears with conspicuous of Lady May that are now soft and
prominence In the calendar of events throaty will soon becomo days ot
Grown In unrestrained seclusion tempestuous and unrelenting heat
bright nnd pure as the first opening Grocn fields which look most inviting
Iliad May Is tho most favored of all In the freshness of their virgin green
months. bright with the ribbons of dandelions
The emerald Is the emblem of May nnd daisies will before long be parch-
becausc Its sparkle of grcon seems to cd and dry. Creation's subtle themo
reflect tho perfect shedn of tho open- works many changes whllo nature
ing season of spring. plays her potent part
May Is the most favored of months. 1 May the brilliant light of tho sun
Tho world will welcome her in the growB. tender In her dear dark oyca
.morning. before the blush ot the western sun
May like n loving maid becomes tells of the close of the day.
unconsciously bold before the coming In May nature unfolds her varying
of Julio. .aspects In tho soft gray moonlight
I All of the fragrant perfumes ot and. melt away In vngup and misty
spring come to us sweetly In tills mer- perspectives.
ry month of May. Tho muslin of tho Tho days of May aro filled with
morning mtst is suggestive of purity steady slnnllng sunshine and half
Her twilight hangs suspended In tho defined flower scents. So let Lady
heavens. Her night Is filled with In- May play her modest part let her mer-
sect Bounds palpitant and exnectant. ry cinllo bring cheer let hor tears
Even in midday tho nlr of May feels creato thoughts of tenderness. com-
Tho woods mcrcial Appeal.
Of) YES I MADE
SEA6H0&E-WHY EV$Y T(M 1 WixNT N
.... -.. iivimin. i w&-.Aric?r- m rrtr-ivyranrSVV-t
HOW HE DID IT-
Debates and Decisions
. B7 Frank OrIme3.
Those Dublin Irish who endeavored
to Hot up a republic gave up tho Job ji)gs nUlj 0(;ij
In abort order. Tho most ot the rebels
have been taken to prison and will Abllcno Is boasting
there await tho losing of their heads county
A LITTLE FUN
Out of the .Moutlis'-flf .Italics
about Taylor "Mamma." said llttlb four-vcar-old
shipping nineteen carloads of Edith the other day whon her baby
SUFFERS FROM If!
Revolts are serious Jobs except In l;og this year while u year ago there brother had a crying spell "why don't SEHIOl'S IllSTl'lUlAKCfiS HAVE OCW fishing Industry from
Mexico where anybody can start out -na nt carload ot hogs In Taylor jou dive zat kid some smooth n' (PltKEII CAUSED HY IIIfiH ln r .i ..n.
and do fairly -welL county. Well that' some Improve- byrup?" . inacLn-lKLOySm V' !ur uonlhJJ
mont. but wo can ko you ono. better. - f o iftJiiiiWiJiil. rulrcd. whllo thefltTfo"
thlrd of tho total wealth ot the nation
will be ruined.
For want ot Bteam coal many blast
furnaces foundries and factories aro
vljrkipg on Bhort tlmo; some threaten
to closo and some have closed already.
Fl3hlug trawlers in Santona cannot
put to sea for want of coal. To Bavo
are said to be
THE FARMERS AND MERCHAN1S
hos been a forceful and conservative fac-
tor in the business life 'of -this community.
Tt has maintained close and helpful rela-
tions with the commercial interests of the
It is equipped to handle new accounts
and sfive I hem the same careful all on lion
that has pleased our alrcadv large list or
We are well equipped to handle vour
-banking business and will appreciate
Insure Your Crop
cr.nncls county has Bhlppcd more hogs;
required whllo -the
mauuiu .May i. spam in spite of months cou
.i.tji . :i'nn a rnmuv im.. niittrti ij r 11.... .. i ji. ifH..j.
jv i;iw-auiuiiiir n n. law-nniorGiiitr wv.. ltMO amuiiu munj nuho: ihmiii 10 inu .niiiuir.
i. .. -i . ... thntt Tnvtnt" nniintv hlu nnd it ..A.. --1.1 r-. t. i. ....!
t Is not always true that a law-obeyltig iur ngo there were more dogs than hctter get up a fund and have a re- "L r.cn 0cf nf' f h-i1 rrfJoonwWch
.nn 111 ftnfnrnn tl.n lnv Illcfrlnt ItOKB FClldorCd for taxes 111 ItlltinclB formnr rnnio nlnnn- nn.l InlU r-rlmonn ".ICl ant?.01 U1 c0 rt'IaUOHS WHICH
Judge Thomas L. Dlanton wastrlklng jounty. 0 believe that the farmers Gulth." " boUteeronta ls SSSJ" "Jiffn? Cures Old
at the roots of crime when ho Instruc 'avo found that the hog Industry pay -What for?" Ji" g?"n!' ' c5 ?"B. .t?..-B"f.Mrl -rTL
ted his Jury commissioners to select "tttcr than the dog industry. Ballln- "Some of tho boys aro getting the DrteihoTn tmoni thorn imv w! ?"CM.rey h? v
law-enforcing men to initto up me w wb. . idea that tins is a slow town. We need -frlw " np :cz: "t""f ur-" -""! iS iriJAiVBY
at wa m 4 m 1 m ft mU 1 lt fc m fc 4 m J I V J
grand and petit Juries for his court.
tross Plains county .wo tako tho' somebody to whoop it up and show " "f 0rf M.mtrv t
liberty Talpu font used to tako in wo can bo as wicked as any metropo- ?iSlftJtalhn vZn S
.. opealilng of Talpa county) can boat H8 on the map." " )al ?"la' L"1""' "fl
Oronslnnnllv rtnn rf tlin "li!i? nnnH
gets it in tho neck nnd is forced to lo recora sei oy layior county unu
servo a few montlm in prison. Tho JorhapB that of Runnels county tho Delighted Surprise for Doth
Supreme Court hnB Bald that David ledger not giving tho exact numbor "i was a BOod girl mamma" an-
Lamar tho "wolf ot Wall Street" must of cars shipped from Runuels. Two n0unced Lucllo on hor return from tho
servo tho two years sontonce which hQ 'car ug wo shipped two cars; ono nrst par"and talked nlco all tho
drow for lmpersonatlnc Congressman yuar ago eleven cars and thta yoar tlmo."
tinlrrtnr. Turn vmra !u n alinrl limn lUOro tlUUl thirty UlrCttdy. With UlOrO "Anil 111 vnn Knv RnniPllilntf nlril to Jr." 7. 1 w.Vrt . . . ""'""." "
liowqver. and Mr Lama.r will soon be thau 500 of these swino fattcninB and Mrs Ap;. Pcforo Itavlng?" Asked n' "g iikC?y tn increMe ThoTcc.
miner. - -- .... .. -........ -.. .- ...-'
there have boon serious disturbances r
cuuauu uy ingii prices anu uncmpioy-i
In Cordoba tho Mayor assembled
workmen and their families to tho
number ot 10.000 In tho bull ring
and gave to each a ration of food.
"battening Just outsldo tho town limits jicr mother.
Ity of foodstuffs and other articles'
getting reauy for shipment. A car ol j p.ro d.d " said 1 u'M irrudly. "annot casilv bo relieved bv Tm-I
be af..JBBWII bring on an average about BaId -i ad a lovoy Urx. Mra p "X0 JJJto tho "sc
Mych- J1.C50 which means bo far our farmera plcby and lmd Iot3 m0ro to en than f?trol'l? rates i
nut cno reasonable cause can
fnreil for ihn ilestruetion of thn
open family near Temple. Wychopon iavo realized about ?37r.OO from this r expected
who killed his wlro and flvo children "u ""' vi " --uiiuu ua ..uu iu .
and then turned tho pistol upon him- ""er In order for us to get this lit- city Orders
self was crazy. Ho could not havo Ho sum. Cross pialnH Review. tj10 a jn consequonco of a far-
committed the deed had ho been In By the time this controvery has pro- mer'a failure had to finnnco a largo
possession ot his Tight mind. No man grossed this far Taylor county ban farm and last spring tho man .they
can murder little children while sane shipped about Beventy-fivo cars lie- had put in charge of It wired to tho
- sides the nineteen cnr were shipped London manager ot tho bank:
Governor Campbell waB pleased with from Ablleno alone up to March 15. I ''Lanildng begins next month. If
the reception which Abilene extended I drouth continues will result in total
to him upon the opening of his cam- .loss."
paign Monday for' the United StateB j-;xc(eiiCnt oU C Hrazos "Postpone lambing until further or-
Dt-'unie. inv uuvurnur u many- icjerB wircu uacK uie ruauuitviu. .uau-
frlends and admirers In this city and Tho chirms of Granbury uro muclt'aKnr of tho London bank.
1 scattered over this part of Texas who alarmed over the appearance of u-- -
were delighted to see him In such fine motor imat with n foruicn looklnt:! Lost on the Field of Honor.
health and to know that ho Ib still crew who have boon tuklne boundiiiKal John W. Gates on ono of hlB South-
vigorous and full of ' pep." and surveying tho Uruzos In Hood qrn trips waa stopping at a hotel In
- county. There is no cause for alarm. Joplln Mo. where he was attended
A few newspapers continue to make German dreadnought cun never navi- by a very dignified negro waiter. Tho
out the Republican ticket by placing Buto tho Jirazos.-- Softie Bples must noted plunger became very much at-
Hughes at the head with Root for Sec- have been reudlng the ov Idenco of fcrod tnched to tho nogro who was very at-
retary of State. They might as well before tho rlvera and harbors commit- tentlvo and could always be dopended
quit worrying over the Republican tick- tee In congress. Austin American. upon or at teast Gates thought ho
etj we fixed that borne- time ago so it may be that the citizens of Gran- could. '
far as the head of the ticket Is con- bury aru booking to get an appropria-) One day the negro waa so attentive
cenied Its Roosevelt and that is all tiou for laud batteries and a system that Gates gave him a $5 bill as a tip.
there Is to It. Hughes will not have 0f mines to guard against attacks of Next morning at breakfast a dapper
a look-In "nor will Mr. Root for there forulcn navies. Doubtless the kaiser.vounc and rather yellow negro ap
is not going to be any Republican Sec- jaa his greedy eyes on Granbury and preached the table. Gates looked him
rotary of State. That Is Mr. Lauslng's hna a Tlroltz-llku crew taktni: tho hver then erowlea:
;Job for qbout -five yean more sotuidinga for a subsequent attack ln "Who aro you and what.aro ou do-
- - - force. This matter ehould bo dill- ng here?"
Dallas county Is going to get a pack gently inquired into; wo can't bo too ''Why boss" replied tho Btranger
of bloodhounds to be ubed in running careful in protecting our interests on "I'ga yoh waiter."
down criminals who comma muruer the Urazos It neeus oe we snouiu xiio devil you are Bam unio.
and other heinous crimes In that xert our powers under the Monroe jiy waiter is twice as old and black
county. A carload of backbone for doctrine and put a stop to this for- as you."
Dallas county Jurors Is also In order. eiKn activity on the peaceful shores l "Yes sah ah knows he was yoh
Establish a record for swift and Bure of the BlnK-holo of public-funds the waiter sah" Bald tho interloper but
in frofght rates.
(The farmers nnd especially the wine
growers aro in need ot sulphato of
copper for their crops.' If this buI-
phato of copper Is not forthcoming
tho viues will die ot mildew and a
prosperous industry representing n i
When yoTrcomo to Sweetwater
TexV. drivQyour car In tho Nat
ional amrflTorn Highvaiy Garago on
tho west aldo of thX squnro near
tho hotels. YSo chnfgcs to tourists
and vl3itor8for d storage
Do not loavAyoJ1 car la tho hot
Mars: IDur ri
SlOUVUl 10 CihTfcjrk
sun it will
whllo In Sw
tho varnish and
our car You aro
puiv place homo
er we navo free
docs aro cspe-
Professional and Business Directory
MOTZ AND CURTIS
Offico Over. Citizens National Bank
punishment for violations of the law Brazos
and you will reduce your crime record.
Officers may catch every criminal . ...
that passes through your county but 1e ;so!e J1""
If they do not have the support of the rp mayor of Dallas has announced
juries and courts in enforcing the law that n intends to enforce the "open
they will never break up crime. muffler" ordinance against drivers ot
automobiles who heedless of
he done lose you
game lab' nuht
to me In a crap
Do women rejpHTe tnattn
the vote In tho meyt eitecuve
Cartoonists are pulling. Borne fine nervos 0f others make the air hideous pprtant queKjJms? jr
jokes" on the hoop skirts. Balloons. w.th narah and shocking detonations of Every titWa wofan
water bags pneumatic tires etc.. are tnc!r onKinea. The Evening Journal it Is a
among me suggestions mcy one ao pertinently observes tnat tno anu- tnat ar
oval of Us
being appropriate but no matter what nojse crusade ought not to atop there merits.
tney ay we ftre noi boiuk vo buk gerlQUs effort Bhould be maae to biop so
.j.it rMiinrlS ftlJOUt what the ladle t ....7isccii'n"?eiiF tn Ihi. ni! Iltat ..m...
wear Sure we have our own Idea toe c(ty may be a morc peaceful place bufffrtdtrom w
nuoui wuai ioua kuuu uui ni u . .i.Ph to love to worn ana to re&i. vote uas oeen
. .n1.. . ....Hit. Wnmon ... . . . ... i.-.i .... j - iu-i t....
proputte in u u"'B ... ji"u"v- " wnenever mis bUDjeci s uroamcu ujf aia c. riuivuo
are women ana inosi oi mem are b'i a newspaper a touuter-compiaini which they n
votlnc on the
h's allmcnta their
rwhelming for Ly
bought and used with
Guaranteed Dentil Work at Reas-
He Prices. Examination Prqa.
ours 8 to fi Dally. Sunday by ap
pointment. RIckard ' Building Cor
ner South Flrat and Chestnut St8.
to be in style and the only way to ......Haiiiv vnic.ei that the uewbboyij faatlsfactlon.-VAiivertti.ing).
" loar. tha hnnn Ekirt. from helUC WOrU t..ain. .r.tn..i. nmnl tn tm .in 1 '
1 . .h.jnfB the Ktvle. 11a reus IS .. .. . .. .i.nn. r i.q .iti- This i rin. nr h lnrt'Pnt rnllroaua Ml In-
willing. undeniably true. They often shout dia is experimenting with steel pas-
! J lll"ii .... - i t. I .. 111. inn.) ihot (U
. tnolr wares too lustily ana too cumm- senger cars uuea vnu u.u
All signs poini 10 ine ciwbujb o uc uously. but. as the Evening journal tokulatc against ine neav me uj-
i sjcou-uoregou uctuto v c Bays as n& reiramt uat ducii yiavu at v.itu abuvftwjm
l loday fiuesaayi. rrewuvuv " oa tjiem. H is but natural wai mvy
ind Secretary Baker have refused to ti.Quid cry too loudly and even unne- E.VTINfi
allow the bubiect of vklthdrawing tne CGtariiv.M Beaumont Enterprise. when jou have
. trooDS dbscuBsed at the meeting and Ko noiun i8 e0 unueoobsary as the lbs of
I tlncethe Mexicans will talk on no oth. uvuft0Us ut-out. Abilene has an or- stomach need
tr subject the quitting point has been dmaltice prohibiting the practice of med. and s
I icAchtd unless J4wr8. beou ana jfuu- openinB the muffler on uutpmoblles tlocu
I .' j i A.An4S.w a lift!.- mnnt . . - . . a nnl... .a
otou auccsa i;'""" "v .. DU Jt got aiwas ooserveo. 11 wum
uteres oa. Uw part of Mr. Obregon In as u a certain class of car owners de-
wOMr uiaAUrs. The relations of the 8re Q u attention to tbe fact that
I iu coHtH are strained almost to tliey haJV& a car by gpenlng the cut-
I ibe breanas wi wj out and .j l0uaer ns me oeiter mey jr iau DIGESTIVE
fl ErTE this purpose and guaran-
rJTrTnid States to war "r"1 "" " ' - ltxd w w rtUcf SMd only by us
Imc ox Lttlttd Bttw to war ym uo goou MoLtgoinery Drug Co.
DR. W. T. STEWART
Rooms 6 and 8 Alexander Butldlng.
. J4 PHONES- .
Office 99 Reatdenco III.
Compton Drug b'tore.
Harg j iBpoUtiaeat;
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DAVJD S. CASTLE
Architect as Eaglseer
EcoaOMlcal uU Kelfablfl CoastructloH
29-50 Jtaiford Bldg. Abilene Texas.
A. IL Kkby. Harry Tom King
KIRBY and KING
Qneral Practice in all Courts. Both
SUte and Federal.
JNO. G. JACKSON
Over Milliter's Store
Dr. Lothair Thomason
Offico Over Compton 's DrUg Store
Hours by Appointment.
DR. W. U ANDERSON
DtTiee Phone 93.
Dr. L. W. Hollis Sr.
Physician and Surgeon Hours; 10 to
12 a. in. 2 to 6 p. m. Sayles Building.
At tho Hojlls Sanitarium 8 to 10 a. m.
4 to 6 p in
Office Over Citizens National
DR. fcYRUS N. RAY
Office Wagstaff Bldg. Pine St. Hour
9-12 and & Phonest Office 123
Til GUNIZR Hotel
SAN 1XT0KIO TEXAS.
AbsQluUly Fire-Proof Modern tio-
gautly Furalsnea all uuisiae Kooms
. - f witS Higb Ceilings
A Hotel Built for the Climate.
European $1.0 Q to J3.00 Per Day
FflCIAL HBABQUAKTEkS V P A
AM9 A. A. A.
SAX ANTttMO TWTKL COMI M
f rej Ttrall 3fgr.
jm tho nxt twcV
V: . .... JA AAA A Tl
l nvuici uy jokju.uuu igni-.
' f . . -r s I
SM05 Other Kmccs Won't 96ro.
v.. nninillrdfiflttnllir TAiiltfitr
toailnful old reWule- Dr.
mfnWoe Oiltt relieves
rln.e tlmcCUc 50c. tixa
- r- i
MOTZ St. CURTIS
What Can Be More Alarming
I IV Vrj'9MPsk lJ'is
CALL ON TS
For Real Estate Hargnlui
Property for rent etc.
Lht jour proprrty for'hulc
wk'j.i. rrsii it!
The Fire Alarm
Than the Scenes
Which Frequently Followl
To lonrn flmt t'i.u- ho'iu-
Avas fully irutclHl
nKiifnst fjhaiu'ial lokh In n
Fire Insurance Policy !
COMPERE & COMPERE
LANDS LOANS INSURANCE RENTALS.
All Kinds of Pane r
Has ndvnnee from 10 to 40 l'or-CV-Bt siuco n-e lijai-td ouror-
ilurH last JsojJtcinbor. . -
OwitiB to the scarcity of Paper Stoelc all. lfiill !'. Iills
aro behind with their orders. . -
PAPER that sliouhlllave heeji in.oiir toro'lu January
did not arrive until March and April. " .
In order to move this immcil&e stpek of WALL PAPHU
for the next 15 .lays for CASH ONLY we will g'iv you
.10 per cent discount ou all pilfi figured WALL PAPEH '
SALE EXDS 3IAY lbt. ' -
Ralph Paint and Paper Company
Fourth and Pine Street
Only U in I
$15 and Up
Panama and Pelt Hats made to look like w; Clothes Cleaned
and Pressed the right way
GUARANTEED TO PIT.
HERE TO STAY-IN ABILENE SINCE 1905.
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