The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 76, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 14, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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WEDNESDAY Jl'Xfi li 1S)1C
Mr.Jlughes declares that the offer ol
the Germans to help him bccom
President is patriotic. Sure It Is from
tho ancle from which Sir. Hughes
The big boys at St. Louis thought
well of Mr. ilryau's suggestion that
there bo nn effort to win tho Progres-
sives to tho Democratic party "Ullly"
is not completely lost. Watch and
Abilene is getting some line adver-
tising from the stop tho editors of Tex-
.a. as made In this city while they wero
enroute to El Paso. There never was
a finer more Intelligent lot of men
numbers considered than tho "bunch
Who went to El Paso on the palatial
train of Pullman cars which was hand-
led to perfection by the great Texas &
Cotton Is late nil over the Central
West but the plant is coming along
now in a very satisfactory way teed
is looking good and with rains In June
both cotton and feed promise splendid
yields. Tho wheat crop is short com-
pared with 1015 but thcro has been n
considerable amount of wheat pro-
duced. On tho whole tho country has
what may bo termed good prospectB
for a crop.
Abilene keeps on growing. There
are aomo twenty five to fifty real-
flnncua under construction at this
Ume tho new dormitory for girl at
Simmons ono or the iinesi anu very
tm .inrmitorles at
tWO UOrmiloriUB l
ucsi in mo siaie iwu uui.m.o cuiitv of knockinc the Coinroer-
tlio Eollentlc Colony four brick torplV..n?""lT?5. SI ;V;i
buildings with tho contract let I Tor an
.ww ..... - -;-'" - '- .
ikki.. iw --o -- .
tno uoveiopmeiu iuai tsumb "
the Abilene Qll field.
better hunt ouJ. another place to eko
A man has tho privilege of working out an existence Post City Post
in a ditch for H.50 per day if than The Post has Bald it. The man who
suits him and he can get a job. Ho knocks the Chamber of Commerce
also has the privilege of using lib head knocks his town fpr Uie Chamber of
and earning many times that amount Commerco Is tho pulse of th.e town
ser dav while he Jets his hands and Towns are judged by their nowapapers
feet rest The mind is an important and their Chambers of Commerce.
Mtt of the human machinery and tho more bo today than ever before A
fellow -who endeavors to run a busl- good Chamber of Commerce or Cjim-
JSs fami! dS anything for that mat- mercial Club represents tho best of all
teV without calling Qu hla think box la interests of the town.
working at a disadvantage and he I
eeds to taue BtocK ai u-i..
The statement appearing in Tues-
day s neporier uwi . v "'-." for a riuo ver me vnj p wusi mi"".
tutea will Intorveno In Mexico in dBtancca. Tliat Is a fine Uttlo city
July hrlnga the date for lnterventiorrand j 1Ko u 0 pEOll0 wh Hvo
little closer than wo had thought H there are entiuHiastc ovor tho couu--would
come but there ! no aurprlae t Ju wnch tiey Uvt. allj xie oppor-
Rbout wliat be payp. Tho United tunHloa yMcx btni opeu out before
Btatea baa no other course left open tnem They wero telling me of an
to get out of Mexico leaving condi- olI weU that jiaa ju8t ueen brought in
tjons there the least Improved July and our driver wanted to take us out
the 1st the new law increasing the U- about fAa mnea to toe the well but
8 army will go into effect and with j V8Bted to be Abllene-I have been
intervention in sight It will be no bQ favorauiy impressed with that city
trouble to recruit the standing army to tnrough read!ug tho Reporter. I can-
full strength. . not tell all about that city In this
. i Ifitory. hut I have a copy of the paper
The Memphis Commercial Appeal which tells ail about It and I will .be
-?! is. a saa e-ijr 3?
Mt.' on wntrhankB both unshaved
:.?"T .! ii.A remark that "the Re-
subllcan ticket certainly has the v
. L. nrlilo.
pbllcan ticket -X
ip forced to shave and let "
fair look on their faceB. fW
want anything covered up iutnisc':
palgn and the only way to nae
Lnrt of thing Is for Mr. Hughes and Mr.
Fairbanks to suave. Again tne ear-
hera neeu me iwu).
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The big en of the Deniocratle par-
T.Di at St. Louis to make
T7 ""-?r?-7.i - u i -in be
WWwy. Vve ov"0' " lt .7.
ItuS Weber election for the
fr ..J j.-.- term the mi'
TcSjitUf overenttteiltiQn worker hce skin and hair
mm f"-; rff Tv-ai Unserve becomes yellow frow working oer
?v-r-52- 7- -y -othing of the
WWW &?.' y.;' fu .
w-r mmar -
i 4i.k'a- tajuUie of tBfi
mmimi KmW. WW
as4twt m h fafliet
Tho party of Hie Itall Moose Is prac-
Wc?Hy ?ad. Jt dld in the house of
Col. Roosevelt Hlrs Johnson and
Gtorge rkln rerest tho Bull
CA ftmereU Is in the parlance of
the streets "foxy player."
His nomination comes as a compli-
ment but Col. Roosevelt wants some
thing more than a compliment.
Tho colonel is not In tfae nolitlcal
game for his health. Ho holds a whip
and ho knows how to use It when nec-
essity demands. He can command o
situation under almost any condition.
lie can find a lost river in Brazil:
ho can land a bunch of red-necked
rough riders on Ban Jilan Hill. It is
even reported that once upon a time
when he was indulging In the delights
of -the distant west he strangled a
wolf with his hands. More tinn this
it is authentically stated that nt an
o(her ttme li the colonel's strenuous
tiasaaec thrniich life ho killed n bear
But this time he Is In a position to'
do something rcnllyV big. He Is In n his own affairB. A Democratic news-
Dosltldn to toll a tew tilings to Assocl-' paper under such conditions can only
ate Justice Hughes. Tho regular lie-
publican nominee 1b virtually at tho
Debates and decisions
By Frank Crimea.
A Good Paper
Tho San Angclo Dally Standard
over mindful of Its readers sends its
Sundny issue to sterling by motorcy-
cle We havo np Sunday mall and
therefore we hava had to Walt until
Monday night or Tuesday morning for
tho nows. The enterprise Is n grcnt
boon to the people of Sterling and w
hope thnt our people will continue to
show tho'.r appreciation by their pat-
ronage of tills good paper. The Stan-
dard news dispatches arc fresh off tho
wlrnu nhrt nm 1iiRt tlin ttilnr- rnr tho'
busy man. Sterling City News-ltc'cord '
That's Iat Murphy's paper you're
talking about and It Is ono of the bust
In Texas. It has labored Tor jtin
for the upbuilding of tho great Concho
Country and hns been poorly support
ed for the most part but It continues stopped tiio use of tlio slate ami tno
to improve and continues to boost for tablet was substituted. Sho also drop-
Its city and section. It is a live papor l'cd tho "r" and ".May" was her new
In a particularly live town. name. High school days Increased her
'knowledge and also her nnmc It ap-
HIi.nchiatioB Day-- pearcd "Mnymc." College days were
ii. -iq ia TCninitMnnHnn nnv for Crowded full and the little notes reach-
thn ncirro rnco. and locally tho event
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with The I ntenlcand vq passed .and gone and in a home"" - making Boap U 'not In prepnr-
antlcSinc hot h oWn llc- caI ucr "Ma-" I lnr fed for hUman Mn' .
s are anucipnung n IJr Schneo suggen'.y morcfore .lut
will be observed
the colored folks
big time In Sherman. Governor Jns.
B. Ferguson nas aigneu paruons ior
ninety-two negroes who will bo given
a chance to begin llfo over again on
that date. Sherman Democrat.
Junotecntk is tho day of nil daya
for .the negro and It 1b as It should
be. Here in Abilene tho negroes will
eclcbralo far three days and It you
think they don't take pride In such
things you ought to talk w'-th n tf w
of them. Tho negro must work out
his salvation largely by hltnBelf and
lio has a long way to go but he bi
happy In his search.
Support L Vr ' TJ-a--
If tlioro aro any poor measlcy hu-
man UcingB in l'oat uuy wuo uu
.... . .t.i. i rmnmnr.
1 1 -ii .... ...a.
- yu . -- r;
considered nn apology unla. you' be-
come a memuor. ino emu
-nmn n ninmlior. '1 110 C1UU J m--
pulse of the city .and when she ceases
tn n.rform her functions you had
- "-.. fartUur than woul
have -been guessed tho train was btop-
ped and unloaded at Abilene wiiere a
grcatrieet of real automobiles JooH us
-drew M.cRoath in Tern
sample of what tha edl-
tors of Texas aro Bay-.ng au
lene as a result of their hoi
lere Juno 5. Thr editors 11
in and Abilene liked the
B" " . cAtnrs uva AbU
" XbllenT iTked the editors
l;?LJrit that snlendld tribe of
-7"-. ... to meet here ml
" -'ft bo glve a ance to
Vhen ineyjv e fiure
. They dldn-t buy here quite
en0ugh to ltam tue great huw
"about Ab'.lene that bho has only ono
faction and tbdt faction is for Abilene
V? . " ! . ... time. n u
".. .""7.1 :: '....
W'Oai s maisjuK mcw;
KE tALLED CASiAWIEiaV
LONDON" June 13. -fanarlos" has
become tho popular term for girl uiu
fwy to wrW UeU factories (d
Klad. Their uatrioti-m Us wj
- tuat Hii An n hedlnln In
"V" " v"v-f -'.' r
Til 4hu bolter Lid fliuu the girl.
wtp iaa e risks.
OF A PAHTY.
mercy Vjf Col. Roosevelt. H rests with
him to sing tho requiem of a depleted
and deplored Party. Ho can Instill suf
ficient life Inlp the atrophied veins of
the Progressives to make the natty a
most objectionable obstacle in iTtovcm-
ber. Col. Roosevelt Js no man's fool. Ho
is playing' for points nnd he will no
doubt win out.
He may not seek the office himself
but he will bo tho Mark Hnnna of tho
party lie will be the power behind tho
The Republicans know that It rests
with Roosevelt whether there will be a
split party In November or not. This
Is the momentous question
Democrats are not worried because
they have every reason to feel confi-
dent that the remnants of the Progres-
sive party when In the time of crisis
inust bo recognized will flock to tho
fold of Deniocracy rather than turn to
the party which has been definitely
However let the colonel tnko enro Of
look on and smile. Commercial Ap-
A LITTLE FUN
(I he Orthocpfit.'
Randall A successful railroad
ductor is he?
Ilogers Yes indeed. He thinks up
more new pronunciations for tho
names of tho stations than any ether
man on tho line.
At The llutchcr's.
Mrs. Glllet: "That was a trouble-
some customer upon whom you just
Butcher's Clerk: "Yes ma'am Mrs.
Glllet In the first place slic's very
ignorant nnd In the second pluco she
doesn't know anything."
What llccnnie of Little Mary.
LltttG Alary started to school slate
and pencil In hand. Oy-and-by she
9d "mo signed "Mac." College das
Iintfft A 1 . ra
At a local picture show the master
of tho house was kissing tho mnld
and his son entered suddenly- "Father
gave him a dollar and urged him not
to tell mother.
Tho small son of a sedate family
party of father mother and son who
had not taken his eyes from the pic-
ture oucc looked up. at hlu parent and
"Pa you got to give mo a dollar af-
Got The Lainli!..
Ono day a college youth went West
uml got work on a farm lie wasn't
unmi lurtii inrniininii i at .ill nm iiia
. "ul.a """"' "'" '
hut. nn lift wnH.willliiL- to work tho
farmer hired him. That night the
farmer said "How aro you a pretty
good runner hey?"
Tho collegian swelled with pride. I
took the prize at collego for being tho
f antes runner."
"Well then" said tho farmer "you
can bring in tho sheep."
Two hours later tho young man en-
tered exhausted his breath coming In
"Have any trouble?" aBked the farm-
er grinning to himself.
"I got tho sheep In easy enough"
said tlic youth "but J had an awful
time catching the lambs."
"Why 1 haen't any lambs" said the
farmer In surprise.
Together they walked to tho pen.
There were air the sheep and also
five jack rabbits. San Francisco Star
RroHii DIdu't Full Dead -While
making an uddress tho oilier
night. Senator Porter T. McCumber of
North Dakota remarked on now easily
Bomo 0001)10- can Bible through au
uuibarrabaink' situation and told this
Btory as an example:
Somo tliuo ago a party nameu urowfl
had an appointment with a man In a
distant city and when tho business
was transacted ho was urged to ac-
company the other to a reception.
"Say Jim" he remarked on reach-
ing tho house where the reception was
held and glancing around the room
"who. Is that painted party stacked up
against the papier-mache palm wno
looks like a cross between an Egyp
tian mummy and a circus clown?"
"That" replied Jim witn a rapiaiy
chilling expression "is my wife."
'Gee Jim." wab the"unababhed re-
joinder of Brown 'I went btralght to
headquarters for information didn't
I J Philadelphia Ledger.
A Catcher Critic-
"Rig Chief" Myers catcher for the
New York Giants. Is an Indian. He !
albo a highly educated man a good
deal of an art critic and potted on
-Myers." bald an acijualntante "you
know about pictures. What American
picture strikes you ab bet?" A-
"Well" Mi era replied -the bt
American picture I know of Is Abbey's
Holy Grail in the Bpaton JJ&rary. ana
next to that that picture of Cutter's
Last Stand which tha harvebtcr peo-
ple used tp give a ay ap an advert
"Vou don't moan that gaddy chrumo
tttua it ctfl ntt rnlonrlnrV1 f
"That's ihe "one"
Bu why d9 you pick thjit?
"Because Bam Myers -inaia me
ony I'lctjire J fevej- taw vhge tin u
dians beamed to "gttbig an fives'
m Ayunm import aiixjwi tbxam.
YET5 FfcM ON .WHfCH I 6PNT W
WOffiON WAS PREflV DULL UNTIL I ARRIVED
19EN ISWTEfp -ffllNSS HUMMING
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4((hW 2 JrT V I
BUT THIS 1$
CROWS t& DIB
GEMA PROFESSOR SAYS THEY
MAKE A TEMPTING 1HSH
Correspondence Associated Press.
FRAiNKFQRT Germnny May Ul.
Prom experiences In tho field in -llntr
nla Dr. Adolf Schnco la convinced nnd
hns suggested to the Gormen guvcriy
ment thnt young crows are a tasty and
valuablo source of food and that the
old tough birds that follow tho arm-
ies by tho tens of thousands arc n
plentiful source of fat that can be
crow hunting bd begun systematic 11
after the government has been con-
vinced rf the correctness of hla views
nnd after experts h: c dctorinlncd
just how crow fat can be jnirUu I.
nnd to jUBt what purpose 1 .ca'i be
put after being adulterated or added
to other and scarcer fats.
During the months or May. Juno and
. '" Kmm
I i III I XI 'l J t ' U .H. J.
Abilene Daily Reporter
Tli lWjiorter lias coinploletl arnuittuiiiuitls with the
WJiaruby tlio KKI'OJITKR is able t Uuuraiitco pdiwry KY-
KIIY NIGHT to carrier subscribers in nil parts of AUlLiKNK
and Suburbs. '
No rot'ular subiuribor of the KKl'OUTKlfovur netwl toViibS a
single copjv If tliu gamer boy mhv you jnst eall up on the
telephone. " '
And tell them that ylur REPORTER dW not uomt. That's
oil you need to do. A Yton Union insojiga boy will vush
a copy of tho REPORTER to yott at onee. THERE IS NO
CH-VROIi FOR TJIRiiiERYJCJL .It i morel in lino with the
policy or the REPORTER to yjrve tho publish the best of its
ability at all times and in all ways THE REPORTER PAYS
The l'oint is that you want to have jour REPORTER every
issue and we ifttpurj tb&xt you shall have it. lu order to guaran-
tee delivery we Iiaye udoptotl this method.
After SIC o'clock when you miss your paper eall up
"WESTERN UNION" Before that hour the REPORTER
offyju is open and your complaints at uon-dtdhypy jyjll receive
prompt attention. After Six o'eloek
"GALL WESTERN UNION
HOW HE DID ITS
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WP v 0
July Dr. Schneo cays the young "i-ced
crows" arc prnctlcrlly nlnitlful nnd
tender. In the three niontht follov-(
ini the same birds or still older ours
abound more tin u ut any other linu- Iti
Under the slln of erch bird -u has
frund there are teyem of fat or a p.vr.
lldilnrlv elcsirnblo ohrrrcter hi h
lc much UKetl by the Uiucl.m i o.rants I
In' addition the organs of the birds
arc surrounded bv fat which dlffors
merely in color and rircll from the
fat of other animals that is nguLrly
From c full grown crow there lan
bo obtained he sny:i from so la 1".0
grams of fnt. or an average tnrii.ips
of 10i) kilograms from every loo bldo
Put through tho ordinary pro f-ou.
this yioldu Home ovon or eiqlit kilo-
nun: of lard which la much In U30
In IlUL-sku ponsant rlrcbw.
Ken Hu moat of t'io old craws 1
edible any.. Pr Schneo If t 1b put
through a .ekllug process of Btmo
four to sir weeks with onlonB nnd
then served with n Kind of cabbage la
taste It is similar to pickled wild boar
Dr. Schnee suggests the creation of
hunting parties dimen by tli - wn
mont to patrol behind the lln'rtfy he
cast sending back to oxpert? the
crows they .shoot .to bo '"dc-tattcd"
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During n Itocent Year
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It w'at forilarkably evenly dlvidcU
bQtwccu the Urbnu and
The Loss n Cities and Tim us
In the Rural Districts
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