The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 306, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 29, 1922 Page: 3 of 20
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ABILENE REPORTER SUNDAY JANUARY 29 1922
111111)103: Another Driver
Another jmld member was added to
they flro department liy tho city com-
mission In Weekly session Friday.
Morgan Turner of thin city was cirt-
ttloycd its fi driver of ono of tho trucks
Ills salary will ho $05 iter month.
Itlulr J.O.O.V. Install
Installation of officers of tho
Saft f'roK.lc ciSSordVu?.""" r the national committee of the
S. Hamilton district deputy grand .Woodrow WUson Foundation of flvo
master assisted ly W. Ij. l)ukc u.
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A. Hargrove. Charley Fryar and C. ously named wore announced horo to.
R. Armstrong. Tho following officers . ... ti-.i dnnni
at Blair wcro Installed: J 13. Aildl- ''V Pn" n . Hoosovolt. llonal
.. ..i.i I.n...i. ir a tni.iin . I' chairman. They aro Cyrus H. Mc-
fUJIl. 1LUMIU klUi ! IT . .IV. XllllVi .v-v
UMoo fc l'reSuor. Wtfric in tho . Now York former An AaMgdor
third degree was given also. Tho Turkey: Rbland S.Mefrls.rhlla
Msltors onfoyed a fino banquet after dolphin former AmbwNMiIor to Ja-
tlm nirnllne lahj Ernest A. IlptrtilnS Hanover
tno meeting N jr jjfcsiaontjvrtartmouth Col-
To Open JMusttiCjis HCrc 'pR; ft"l BrUMam. J. Mayo Roeh-
M D. Adklim of Brockenrldgo Is In .cstir AUJar7...... . . .- . ...
I!!0 ffft Pnffi T ofail ' W
tho first a wholosalo and ictall Pro-
Ad hi tin has
s ! . ? 'L"P.?...' J.'.SHmoro now being raised that is to en-
loom in tho building
l'nlni Hotel on
BtreotH and e
buslnct-H by Febr
for one doll
Ftilwllur MWor CartfTmny vs. Os
car HiKimi. debt
Kx-1'aito Samuel Harris suit to ro-
moo disabilities of minority.
n I'M III Coimlv Court
T. M. Itadfoid Gio. Coji vs Gener-
al Market account.
K. 13 Hull s. W C. Cozuit notes
and fotcclosuio of chattel mortago.
Motor Vehicle License
660208 Ford. L. A. Miller Abllcrto
Siiciltf John Bond returned Friday
night from Dalian whom ho went as a
witness in federal couit.
Itujs Store at Nugent
G. "W Biauch formoily of this
city lias purchased the general r. or-
chandiso store of C. J. Munioo and
Son at Nugent and has already takon
chtirgc of &amo. Mr. Branch will
also become postmaster Ut Nugont
an soon ns the usual procedure Is c.ir-
iied out Mr. Munioc having formcily
held this position.
Similar School Clasa Notice
H. O. Wooton of this city will be
speaker this morning at tho meeting
of tho Young Men's Sunday School
el.itd of tho Fiist Baptist Chuich at
tho Queen Tlte.itci . Following Mr.
Wooten's addtcss the teacher Judge
4nmc? p. Stlnson Will hao chargQ
of tho class. All moijibcis aro expect-
ed to bo picsent and all isitors4 a)o
welcome-. H. B. Goldthwaithe Dn-
i. . Capt- Anderson Improicd . .
Announceincnt was mado here Sat-
urday that tho condition of Captain
"V. JI. Anderson Who was injured in
a fall at his Tiomo At Roby Tuesday
night is continuing to improve and
that lie is expected to recover from hla
injuries whleh consisted of a broken
hip. Ho in tho father of Gcoigc S.
AndciHoit of this city. Captain Ander-
son is 01 jt'.-us old.
MarIn Rutlfoford. has accepted a.
position with tho T. C." Auto Supply
Co nnd 1$ In chaige of the repair
and car grqastng department.
R L.. Oer and R. S. Fields both
of tho Hd S. Hughes Company havo
loturned to Abilene fiom Dallas
where they spent tho past week In at-
fpndanco at tho Stato "Wholosalo and
Retail Haidwaro Dealeis convention.
Iluhcvt Tolcr of tho fiim of Stowo
and Tolcr was in Abilono Friday en-
routo to his homo in Sweetwater af-
ter having been to Dallas on business.
V. A. Flippo who was in tho
painting and top depuitment af the
Spaulding Aitomobilo Company for
three and a half yoars Is now with
tho Mutual Motor Company at South
Fiist and Sycampro and Is In charge of
tho top and painting department.
Mis. A. S Baggett has returned to
her homo In RussolUille Ky. after
spending two weeks with Mr. and
Mrs. J D. Mooro and tho M(Jad fam-
ily. Born to tho Rov. 'ahd Mrs. Scott
W. Rickey a fine 9 -pound hoy Sat.
urdny aftornoon. Mother and babo
are doing nicely.
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NEW YORK Jfth. 28. Tho
trustees In addition tt tho flvo provl
uorniirK. uuiciiKo: jiuiuy murKvii-
IccteSd f ivo announced some time
iTnJlSff. .. !- nr Mm Itivm.
i tn -itrtlnnn AxWittln fnr nultlln ser
vico. Tho first flvo trustees elected
aro Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt E. A.
I Alderman Fiahklln D. Roosevelt
'Cleveland If. Dodge and William
I Tho permanent board of trustees
I which is to havo fiftoen members will
l periodically dispense the income of
tho endowment to a iurv of awards to
consist of 25 members not yet named
Tho flvo trustcos still to bo chosen
will not bo announced until tho can.
Vass is completed.
Tho fund being raised throughout
tho country for tho Foundation now
totals $175000. Oklahoma wns chief
ntong tho states making now reports
for tho past 24 hours. A telegram
from Judge C. B. Ames chairman in
that state stated that 45 countlca had
contributed $1(1000 and that 32 coun-
ties had yet to report
Tho total now announced for the
fund was collected from exactly one-
third of the' states In tho country
Definite reports havo not boon hid
from 32 states. No stato has yet rais-
ed its quota though several counties
cities and towns throughout the
country havo finished their task.
Tho District of Columbia promises
to bo fiist to complete its job. Rob-
ert W. Woolley of Washington chair-
man for tho District In a telegram
to national hcadquaitors today said
that within ten dayg his territory
would comploto its work and would
bo ieady to help .it some of hdr
"linger sfstcrs." Tho message fol-
lows: "Tho City of Washington which is
cD-oxtensive with tho District of Col.
umbia und has a population of 435..
Q00 of which 85 percent is dependent
on tho governmpnt payroll tho largest
negro population per capita of any
city In tho country with Senatoiw
Repiescntatives and many wealthy
resfdents who make their contribu
tions in their homo states has passed
tho twonty-thousand-dollar mark and
bids fair within ten days to mako Let
quota of ?35000 which Is greater
than that of Philadelphia and cvorj.
ntlicr oltv havlmr loss than a million
and a holt people. Washington will
then bo ready to adopt somo of her
Uugpr sisters and help them out."
Among the Interesting subscriptions
brought or sent to national headquar-
ters today was a small ono from the
mother of Lieutenant Will C. Allen
of Marshall Texas who foil In' the
St. Mihlel drive. Tho mother reques-
ted that tho certificate awarded for a
contribution name Lieutenant Allen as
a Founder of tho Awards.
A cbntribution n!so came today
from Frunlc Waters of Sailors' Snug
Harbor '-ho In a letter to Franklin
D. Roosevelt said:
"Some of us old sailor men hero at
Snug Halbor aro glad to sco a move
made t6waid " onoring ono of Our
groatcst Presidents and ono of the
greatest statesmen of all time. All
tho old 'salts' that .iavc any money tp
spare aro subscribing to tho Founda.
Among tho contributors today were
tho following Mr. and Mrs. V. Evcrit
Macy $2501 R Thornton Wilson
$150; Harry Sachs $100 and Mrs.
Aithur II Scrlbnor $100.
One additional subscrlbtlon to tho
Wilson fund has been received by the
Reporter. It was for $200 and was
from Elizabeth Widmor of Abilene.
This brings tho total to $27.50.
British competition In Bolivia Is
placing American goods at a disad-
vantage. Latest fad is the watch with two
hour hands for railroad and day-light-savlng
They'ife all Har
s wnjfirtney're unique
bealrfiM and suitable
r eifts. "We invito
critical inspection of
p TAtttf. STionne
'hinsrs thd are Different
259 Pine? Phone 1000. '
New Spring Cothes For Men Are Here
Munsing Union Suits For Men
Priced for final and tuiiuk clearance now that winter has really come and
Underwear is necessary. Wo stress Munsing Wear as the best fitting best
Union Suits on tho market and prices that meet competition on tho ordinary
$1.50 Union Suits $1.20 $3.00 Union Suits
$2.25 Union Suits $1.80 $3.50 Union Suits . .....
J2.50Union Suits $2.00 $4.00 Union Suite ....
Our Entire Stock of Shoes on Sale
This includes tfdwin Clapp Packard Kippendorff Dittman Grover Mrs. ICiugs and
other hjgh grade and stylish dependablo lines in the now styles- all going at cut prices.
Expert slide men to fit you properly.
Fashioned From The Best
Materials Are Our New
By High Grade TailoMfBucJa8 Bcjlsiugor and Trintzcss. "Woolx Jerseys
Tweeds' Poiret T(jifsamalletto re tho fajptwwwcd in these- smjNe
Suits. Tho sj!nig oJur Suits flOiniHdircct frqm licjkftlfslf High
Grade StiiUsfaro auuovitativc ranga from UppHfally plain (Tgnified
Suits for the busss womanj to jJXaolllwyeoat niodols. including the
thrce-picco noyflties elaborat 4ynbrmilcrcd and vividly linedVauils for
dressy vcar JBome decidedly c hie neWmodels aro here 'for this TOok's gelling.
mderato and showliuotlier btep down
Dresses Oonttnuerlo Arrive
"Arrived ycsterfinyaiid sold todj'the
smart new Dresses from Co-"KA. and Peggy
week is ready for you.
FROM HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
America's Best Clothes Makers.
Comes these first examples of Spring fashions for men. New colorings fine
Worsteds rich Cheviots lnado up in tho snappy new models that young men
appreciate because it gives that individuality to appearance that good dressers
strive for Another cheering bit of news about Spring clothes they have
taken another step down in price Come in and see these handsome finely
tailored suits that range in price from -
$27.50 $30.00 $35.00 $37.50 $40.00 to $45.00
WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS
'Ate all ort the bargain racks at greatly reduced prices to close out.
fine Worsted Suits that would make you a good investment.
Selling at $31.75 to $36.75
CLEARANCE PRICES ON BOYS' SUITS
Not a large stock from which to select but very unusual values in carefully
tailored Suits many with two pairs of pants in splendid models and of all
wool.matenals. Prices aro -$8.75 $10.20 $11.25 to $13.50
W "1 history of many Of these
Paige. Another sliOAving this
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The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 306, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 29, 1922, newspaper, January 29, 1922; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth317090/m1/3/?q=GRANITE%20SHOALS: accessed November 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.