The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 45, Ed. 1 Monday, May 8, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAi.
Mrs. L. W. Jtollln nnd Mrs. M It
Ilanki And MIsi Kato Nichols toft
Mtonilay morning for Galvrftfon. I
JJorn lo Mr. nnd Mrs. M. I). Cowan
ot Pecos n nine-pound baby bry. Mr
nnd Mrs. I) M. Thomas of 6th nnd
flrnpo streets were notified by wire ot
Hie arrival ot tliclr grandson Sun-
.Too p. Garrison cnBhior of the Citi-
zens NntlOnn) Hank of this elly loft
Monday morning for Dallas whoro ho
will attend the sessions of the K. flf
P. Convention which convenes there
this week. :
riXK ibaiiv nor. .
Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Pltroit
a flan boy woItighltiR u 1-2 pound Snl-
tinlny night. All arc doing nicely. I
Co To llniliif.n.
Mr. and Mr-. r..w 1. I.nifhtr It!'
Fjinitny nlaht fn- llotntou to tlmi
llf Slnte Ktinrral I'lrt-rtorV and Km
balmprs' Annoi tfr reiivpiitlmi. Tliov J
ultl he Ronr for ntvernl U Huh
Attend Sil .Medical ivvU '
Ore. Alldn Vc'i C'nsh. Mark Aloxati-
dor nnd Arthur Swan left Sunday
nluht for UulvcBton where th)$- will
attend the State meeting of Teu Hurt
torn which Is hi session thorc during
Mlsx Itolllns ni I't. Worth
Miss l.iltlvce Rollins of Alillcno w.i
nnu of tho star nttrurlinnK Moildui
nt tho 11 Minstrels of tho Foil
Worth High School. glUng liiiporsnun-
tlons of "People I llne Kmwit." Tho Sothc or tho bod ilronahFaltera of
o fusion was nn or tho main fnturi Paris Intorpret youth In Winn of lh
of the cloning rercines of tin sehool. blouse. They design It bo that It can
' ho reproilueed In any seasonable ma-
Aitrnd K. P. Keeling. terlal and arf-ompttiiy It with n skirt
Joe p. CSarrlKon cashier of tho OJtl- that u distinctive ror Its slinpllclty
76ns National Hank left Monday morn- A handsome bruld. asserthiR itself
lug ntl tin Sunshine Special for Ual- abovo the collar sleeves waistline and
las to attend the State Knights of hem ot skirt leaves nothing to bo do-
Pjthlas meeting. O. P. Thomas also sired decoratlvely speaking. SK yards
In In attendance having left Sunday. 40-Inch material 'nnd 8 yards -lneh
Thi- contention Is to bo held Tuesday braid nre required for this design.
Wednesday nnd Thursday tho Abl- Pictorial Review Mouse No. mm.
lne men returning Friday. Sires 10 to 20 yo-irs. Price 15 cents.
'Skirt No. ;I4."8. Sizes It to 20 jears.
To Miniate Haie Hull Team. Price in cents.
.loif demons who has been star ' '
pitcher Xor Simmons this season will WHIPS PIMM IIOMi:
tmvi tndnv iMnmlnvl fnr Asnormont "
where he Is to take chargo ot an In- Slalemeiils Thai Mil) be Iinecllgaled.
dependent team and also hold dowiif Testimony or Aiiucm-Ulizcni.
the mound for that organization.'
KmnLv .inn." n m Is known to tho Whoii an Abilene cltlren comes to
r.niK imniii inuLn fbo Asnornioiit nc- the front telling his friends and
gregntlon a Tost one as lie has dom- neighbors of bin experience you can
onstrated that he understands tho Na- rdy on his sincerity. The stateuieutB
thuiul lining thorouRhly.. I
I llll'llll rir - iuiiiMun. I..... i1n1.H KMilnnv
Abllone will bo roprosontod at the .... P1nfli
of people renkllni; In far away places
do pot command your conf ilenee.
Homo ondorsennnt Is tin kind that
Statu Firemen's Contention at New i tril0
Hrautif.ds lv Mrs. .1. J. Clinton. Will $ J aIK
Wsu Hen Lassltor. Islah Sharp f f u
........... i .. i......ii a.lil. ...i.l l'"'" "' ""-'JI
l lllllli-y rraii jmnnuit nuiiH'i "" v i IlufTIi
Ills. Such te-lUYestigntlon
Is a stntemeutl"-3'
i an lil hot
V. M. IU
John Walls. The party left this (Mon
day morning Tor the convention. Mrs
Clinton Is known as ".Mother" by hun
dreds of flromen all over tho state
mid has been honored many times
.. ...... . ?i..w. n!. .1..1
llio coiiiuuuum in iiuiiii-. mi' i"i
Kates expect to return iiomo &niurur jn ft 8lort
using seven boes."
Pilco .Mil. tt all
vaB so bnd
et around M
d I felt drowsy
but failed to do
S box of Ooan's
illene Drug Co
ne mj m k was stronger.
iiL'ii left and 1
Irelj cured after
T. K. LI.0V1I ii:n.
T. I Lloyd. iiKi'd 79 yoars. a resident i'Ptf .mi. t all de tiers. Don't
of this section for many yaera died at inplv nwk Tor .1 kidney ttnii-dy gt
tho family homo flo nilloa northeast of Doru'h Kidney PHI i the same that
the city Sunday. Hurjal will bo held cured Mr. lUihlnnnii Koster-MIlburn
this. Mondny aftornoon at 3 o'clock Co. Piups. llurr.tlo. N V.
tho Itev. C. W. Yoiiiig conducting the .
services. Interment will bo muilo In (j.; PVSTOIIVTK AT F1HST
tho local cemetery.
Mr. hlojd is survived by his widow
and several children. Detitn came as n
rqsult of an attack of apoplexy
The Jtoportor joins the friends of the
fiiuiily In oxtondlng slncore condolence
(iiitisTUN niniru jji'mhy
So Weak Sl.o Could Hanll) Sluinl
Made Mining by liml.
Might hero In Abilene wo hate win
sueh oftcollent reHtilts fioni VJni.l that
It Is a pleasure to know t U doing
so much good for old p'i pie In othc r
parts or the country.
WoodbrhUe X .1. My gnndiua
was reuiverlug Jrom the grippe una
k ski could luirai fetanu
house for my father'
mlif UQt. get around
was ho tve;
and us she
and my self
at all. Shel
liver oil and
gooil At las-
I tntd it and
d to l 1 better
btrurg tei soon
ab tt 11 a. ever
for it la u spb '1
tie ii ilunn
s bo successful Jn
the nged i he
blnatloii of li.iii
Urs hact peptone
never luis Hi is store been so woll iTi'u-
pnred lo mod Ihe demands pi" nil who
want lovely Summer dresses at the
smallest possible outlay of money
SILK DRESSES made in the new
Spring and Suilimer models and of
soft taffeta crej)e tic chine georgette
crepe also combination taffebr and
silk crepe all the new colors' and
pretty styles are here in a wonderful-
ly wide assortment of sizes and prices.
Some extra special values at 1.'J.75
JjiKWO Jj?17.)5and up.
WASH DRESSES in while and new
colorings made of all the most desira-
ble wash materials including voiles
organdies linens and tissues. The
new Summer dresses shown here will
please you instantly in price style and
quality. Many attractive values in all
sizes prices arc $2.50 $'1.50 $4.50
$5.75 $7.50 $8.50 $10 $11.50 and up.
Pretty dresses especially suited for
graduation and Baccalaureate wear
now ready for your inspection.
Newer" styles or better values wdrc
never offered by us. The brtfad as-
sortment here is also a feature not to
be overlooked as it offers superior ad-
vantages in making personal selec-
tions. Your vacation suit or suit for
street and afternoon wear can be se-
lected here from our big stock both
pleasantly and profitably on account
of the large and varied assortment of
pretty styles including suits made of
taffeta gabardines serges and light
Summer suitings at from $i).75$l.'3.75
$15.00 $18.75 up.
SPORT SUITS You'll want one of
these light Summer suits made of sil-
ver bloom linen etc. in both plain- and
fancy colors. Prices $9.50 $(1.50 $KV
up to $15.00.
Smart Coats on Display.
Whether its a Sport Coa.t oi a more
conservative model for mord drossy1
wear that vou want we are prepared
to serve vou at $7.50 $8.50 $10.00 and
Our Mail Order Depart-
ment is thoroughly pre
pared to Serve You
give us a trial.
Minter Dry Goods Co.
Abilene's Progressive Store
"Uncle Sam ' is Prepar-.
ed to Deliver the Goos
We Prepay Parcel Post
ASKS COOK TO BECOME
ASSISTANT TO PASTOR
at tho Queen Theatre Friday
Demonstrator of tho American Tobacco
Company Entertains Crowiln Willi
Lino of "Hull."
At tho First Hnptlbt Church In Ab-
ilene Sunday morning the church vot-
ed to link Mr. CIi.-ih O. Cook of Fort
Worth to becomo nsUHtunt to the
Pastor. Mr. Cook lead tho Bluglug for
tho church In tho recent revival ser-
vices which tvoro conducted by the
pafitor Dr. Millard A. Jenkena and Is
well known to all of tho membership.
o Is not a preacher but has-liad
much experience In leading choirs and
will undertake to build HP a chorus
choir of 200 voices here. He will also
assist Dr. Jeukous in the Sunday
school and general work of the church.
It l expected that Mr. Cook will nc
copt the work and h horo for the
serv' s Sunday. May 14th.
Six members were received Into the tor or the wonderful distinctiveness
fellowship of tho church at the morn- with which he talked through the plate
Jiik and night services by letter and. glass. Of course anybody can roll a
Crowds thronged the sidewalks In
front of tho Montgomery Drug Cora
pany store and J. SIdos Confectionery
storo throughout Monday to watch a
man on the Inside of tho show win
dow "roll his-own" with Bull Durham
and at the name tlmo dispense his
"Hull" right through the plate window
glass an to how It was done.
It was hard to tejl which tho crowd
was most Interested In tho cigarette
rolling the "spiel" of the demonstra
seventeen were baptized at night.
causo of the rare c
Iron the curative
lvns of ftclk
and mild nativo wlno. it supplies
"iron to the blood iuicken the Mipo-
tlte aids digestion promotes proper
asslmllntion of food and cnrlhs tho
blood and brings back the strength
of renewed health. Mcl-emorc-liass
Her. W O. Dallas.
REAL THRILLER IS
STADED IN ABILENE
A real movie thriller was
Sunday afternoon while scenes were
being taken for the local picture near tho
cigarette In a way hut these demon-
strators rolled them so perfectly and
with such cleverness that they excited
admiration and bb they rolled they
talked and their unlimited amount ot
''hull qualified them as "spielers" of
the first rank.
Attached to the outside of the win-
I daw was a horn from which Issued
the demonstrators voice as clearly as
there had been no window at all. The
demonstrator on the InBlde talked Into
fi trciriHmlMpr wlilnli wna fnnnpptp1 hv
wres with the horn on the outside &ft
that his voice was reproduced In th
Hiugeu horn In undiminished volume.
Another clever advertising stunt of
American Tobacco Company
Tho Rev W. O. Dallas who served Bu'fao Cap- A party of young people i.earn to roll your own."
us na-tor at Garland for several years t"1 lw J?un- -n- T .i A
formally opened his pastorate at the fap t0 maKe f m S V f m thB hm0 An English Inventor has patented an
First Christian -Church Sunday. fill-itlon Picture to connect with those electric cooker of tho Dutch oven type
Inj thu pulpit at both the morning
aim oteniug nours.
(which are being made here today Mon
There were six additions to tho
The purpose was to have
which he claims has all the advantages
of a cast Irojr stove.
to show an Eastern -capitalist's son.
played by Deter Ilardwlcke how to
ride a horse. AH went well until the
party got to Buffalo -Gap. Then no
horses could be found. After mue.
church one by conversion and five byBCenf. wnc x'sa Lucerne JHJ1 was
loiter and statement.
Thero was an excellent attendance
at the Bible School and much enthus-
iasm tia bhown. and a fine and help-
ful cnlrlf ifin tlirmicli Hia Atitlra ilnv
Tfroinornlntf messaen wns ;i rrPot-' search one of the party found
-JmK to the members and a heart-to-'horses and a saddle. Then the ca
1. . ... .L. . v ..- .....! 4V.n oana. .ii.io oil CO illt
man lain 10 me cuurcu meniucrsiiip. . i vw - "
The eveuing message was; .on the
theme. "The Pastor's. Charter." and
ws an appeal for closer living tlApe
Cross and a magnifying and glorify-
ing of the Crucified Savior In both the
pulpit and the pew?
The pastor and his family were re
celved most cordially jjy the churchy
and all look forward to a groat move. broke unknown to her.1
In the church life. " Fn n full cnllnn. 'Mr. Hardwicke
tlced this just In time rode up
tables were turned. Unstead
Western girl showing up theffjoira
oess ot the Eastern nun.jiift
oected actually happenedyand. a
serious accident was nrrowi
As the two wero'rldigf down
road the girth otfjrflfS Hill's saddle.
a nine . yr . . .
io. .i rUllll
he Doajl 4bnff fBT'l toi
r . f w .
. rU9l UC JUHi' xwmw
gi fowdan. M
w You ctfWeir rnnr mHiiI
a (kTsplittiir wiok
I tmrnmcae m brwu
- ;.. U.JKL.
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The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 45, Ed. 1 Monday, May 8, 1916, newspaper, May 8, 1916; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth316999/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.