The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 58, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 27, 1915 Page: 3 of 6
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THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAl.
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Dallas 4 Galveston 3.
4r Houston 10 Ft. Worth 1.
Shroveport 9 Beaumont 3.
Waco s San Antonio 1
Where They Play Sunday
HoUBton at Fort Worth.
Ueauuiont at Shreyeport.
Galveston at Dallas.
San Antonio at Waco.
Standing of the Teams
CLUB p w r.
Waco .... . 105 60
Galveston fc. IOC G8
Ft. Worth ... i04 53
Dallas 107 55
Houston 108 55
San Antonio . 108 G5
Beaumont ... 10G 48
Shroveport -. 10C 41
New York 8-4 1'lttsburg 4-2.
Brooklyn 6-9 St Louis 5-5.
Philadelphia 4-13 Cincinnati 0-1
Boston 1 Chicago 0
Whore They Play Sunday
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
Standing of the Taints.
CLUB P W I
rnuaueipuia .. 83 47
Brooklyn ... 8(5 47
Chicago ...... 85 43
Pittsburg .. 85 42
Boston 8(3 42
New York .... 81 38
St. I.ouIb 90 43
Cincinnati 82 35
Detroit 2-5 Washington 0-8.
Cleveland 4-12. Philadelphia 3-1.
Boston 7-0 St. Louis 3-1.
Whore They Play Sunday
Washington at Detroit.
Philadelphia at Cleveland.
Boston at St. Louis.
New York at Chicago.
Standing of tbo Teams
CLUBS P W L
Boston - 86 50 30
Chicago 89 5G 33
Detroit 87 54 32
Washington 87 43 44
Now York 80 42 44
St. Louis 87 34 53
Philadelphia 86 32 54
Clevoland 86 32 54
ENJOYED AUTO TRIP
W. L. Petty Maxwell Dealer Found
Crops Needing Rain West
KWRriSc&sSrjlf i v f nuns! IVRVintvm
OUR BUYERS LEAVE IN A SHORT WHILE FOR THE EASTERN MARKETS
TO COMPLETE THE PURCHASE OF FALL STOCKS TO ADJUST OUR STOCKS FOR THESE PURCHASES WE OFFER SPECIAL
PRICES ON MANY LINES.
The Merchandise is New The Styles the Latest and the Values the Best
$1.00 QUALITY BLACK MESSELINE 85c
ilfi-in. best $1.00 quality Hlnek M easel in
priced . . ......SS
$1.50 QUALITY SILK CREPE DE CHINE
10-iii. nil silk Crepe le Cliine hi four
sluides of Blue Kami IMlly I'ink HlaeH
mid While l.f)0 cpinlity oti Hale per
yard .-. $1 OO
$1.00 QUALITY SILK POPLIN 85c.
Hlaek and pretty colors in :JI-in. Silk 1'oj
lui in best 80.00 values on Hale .83
$1.00 QUALITY BLACK TAJPFETAiB5c
Yard wide Illnek CiiiffQji'Ttffela 1ln-si
$1.00 tpinlity on saUvpt'r yard .
35c VALUES SUMMER DRESSOOODS
10-in. .sheer Suiinuer Dress hUeriata in
tins seasons daintiest palterns on sale per
yard - 20
15c VALUES SUMMER DRESS MATE-
Fiirured nnd striped crepes dimity and
lawns- in dainty summer patterns regular
Lie values on sale pur yard 10$
VISIT THE STORE MONDAY OR ANY
DAY THIS WEEK and LOOK THROUGH
THE MANY SPECIALS OFFERED
FINAL PRICE MAKINd ON MEN'S
Closing Out ValtuVTo $25.00 choice $0.85.
Ih'undeKce-Kiprtiul & (Vs. all wool hand
tniloivd surein medium weight with Tull
lilieilurfats very desirable all new Htyle.s
anJuitable for year round wear.
In orilurtfoimilje a final elearant'e before
leaving for market wo offer choice at
much less than l-'J their value choice of
these $'jr.00 suits $9 S5
$6.00 VALUES IN BOYS SUITS $3.95.
Buy the Boy His School Suit Now.
Hoys' all wool .suits in Uhe serge and
Fancy l'a terns Norfolk styles Knieker-
boeker full lined trousers.
These are all now snappy styles and best
values in boys suits and will make the
best suit for opening of schools. On sale
now values to $0.00 in Boys Suits $3 J)3
1-2 PRICE ON SUMMER DRESSES
In order to make a final clearance on nil
summer dresses we offer choice of the gar.
liients in stock at 1-2 their worth. Kvery
gnruiput is ri late summer style and a most
desiiable jjarment nl regular price to ef-
fect a final clearance choice 1.2 PRICE
$1.50 VALUES HOUSE DRESSES 85c.
Ch'oice of any $l.J."i nutf $t.f)0 House Dress
in stock at this special price. All new and
.1.... :....!. I i i: 1. c-
desirable merchandise on sale
$150 VALUES OHILDRENS DRESSES
Buy tho School Supply Now.
White and colors in Childrens dresses all
new and pretty styles placed on sale
choice .... ...... .85
75c VALUES IN CHILDRENS DRESSES
"While and colors in childrens best G5e and
7."e dressrs placed on sale choice 40
SALE OF LADIES HATS $1.00.
Choice of any ladies hat in our stock ve-
gnrd!e. of tho stylo or original price
for ?1 OO
I ' J
$4.50 VALUES MEN'S OX-
Choice of several styles in
lion's tiunmetal Tan and
Patent Oxfords nil sizes on
stile S3 25
Jk$ndm fyy &d$ &
WEAR LA RESISTA COR- .
Tho Bust Fitting nnd most
W. I Potty returned Saturday af-
ternoon from an extended automobile
trip to Loralne Colorado and sur-
rounding points. Mr. Petty reported
that In a few placets that it was get-
ting exceedingly dry and that some
cotton was beginning to suffer for rain
but that a largo majority of the qotlon
fleldH wero ub pretty us he had ever
seen them and did not show any
signs of needing rain
Mr. Petty contemplated making a
trip east this coming week but re-
ceived word from the Maxwell factory
time they Wero shipping two carloads
of 191C MaxwellB and also that u
demonstrating ear would reach here
next Wednesday and on account of the
arrival of thoao cars Mr Petty will
postpone hla trip.
Toler and Petty nro distributors for
thirty odd counties in this territory
for tho Maxwell automobile.
EASTLAND DISTRICT COURT
Tno Cases Transferred to Ta)lor
County DlHtrlct Court Here
District Judge Thos.. L Hlanton and
Stenographer W. H. Graham are at
home in Abilene irom uiBirjci coun ai
Eastland which adjourned for the
term Thursday afternoon
The grand Jury was reconvened
Monday and roturned four more fel-
ony bills. Two wore for statutory of-
fenses and two for attempts to com-
mit statutory offenses. In tho case of
Dan Sanland charged with assault to
murder In connection with tho strik-
ing over the head with a hammor of
C. B Poe a wealthy citizen of East-
land a hung Jury resulted. The two
casea for statutory offenses wero
transferred to the Taylor county dis-
trict court and will be tried here Sep-
tember 13 and 14.
ii ii l m
No doubt the average man would
have pelnty of time In which to get
rich if he did not waste so much of It
on Bchemea that won't work.
Di. W. T STUWAXT
Kooas I and 8 Alexander Bldr
Oflee H. Besldenec 191
Guaranteed dental work at reasona-
ble prices. Examination free. Hours
8 to 6 dally. Sunday by appointment.
RIckard Building corner South First
and Chestnut 'streets. Phone 406.'
believes that factories aro to be had tho plant the samo old trouble. hlblta at homo nnd If possible per- $2000 by Pittsburg- by reason or nddl- shade trees barn servant houao ar-
v T.nlmost for tho asking and the other If the leading business men of com. Imauent exhibits In centers of populu-tlnnnl skill in labor. Now England age sell on good' terms or tako' nart
HOW TQ GUT FACTOHIIIS. upon tho part of tho factory inonng-munlties wero to tako tho snmo care lion nro effective meanB of nttract-will tako tho same baslo material nnditrado J. H Russell S
p --i.t wiiu uuuuve inuv ijiliuh tun ovci oini(i mikh m vunuuv-i. iiiunu- in uiuuhimiu uhuimuu iu uu unuiiiu- uuvfioi) u inio a lnanuiaciured nro-
V T T V V
' thomsolvoH In furnishing assistance facturhiK entcriirlses that the banker ;en of the community. Industrial stir- duct average value $5000.00 pr ton. Foil SALP Snoclnl Imrirnin rnnm
m to obtain new factories rheao fie- does In lending money thcro would not vey In communities is very desirable Thnt section of tho southwest that homo Tor only 3 G00 00 mViRt ii
' lred T. Wood or tioaOIH ftro R cqn8tant sourco cf nn- bo many rallures of enterprises re- not ao much for tho Impresaion thnt llrst dovelops skilled labor is destined 30 days S room all convoiiloncn on
$10000 a year:
Address delivered by J. B. llabb nt
meeting pf Texas fotnmcrelnt Secre-
taries convention held In Dallas July
Mr. Chairman: .
Thero Is hardly an Inhabitant of
any of tho thousands of cities towns
and villages In tho United States who
does not believe that tho most press-
ing material need of this community
la the establishment of factories. In
each of these communities there Is
In all probability n commercial or-
ganization whose slogan Is "h bigger
payroll" and In hardly any one of
these communities Is there satisfac-
tion with tho work of tho organization
in obtaining new Industries.
30 days 8 room all conveniences east
on Butternut Btrcet
terms. J H. Hua-
growth Is a mere matter of crab- the character of tho man who Is to .nttcmwted by nnv community unless li Central America and that vast nnd 'unit m.wn. ti. w..m i... ..
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uiiik luuiurien ni'lil uuit'i uuiiiiiiuiii-. ...
ties hns eotno n number of "get-blf Tae
quick" schemes such as Industrial do- motion
iiitmuui ui Lumiiiui iv. uiiuiiuiiun my .i....nnM.. n Hi. i.miiirni nn.i jn.- rniviiK- inriii nRASinnrn. 'ill rrnuiiip. il prnninn niirnnii hi inr tnr. rnnuintf in iw. ti. n.n... ......!.- .
following to tho earnest puniEnl ot 8dontous Cinml)Cr of t'ommercf spc- however Is that this caro Is not taken of local attention upon the merits and this groat Empire and to it will nay a i. lota com!
tho pcoplo of Abilene Mr. Babb a rotary. (and more attention Is paid to thu demerits of tho homo town. trlbuta not only the great territory oi 'self
secretary at Shreveport at a salary of I nut of Mm lmllpf Hint indiiRtrl.il character ot the enterprise than to vn mit-m-Hdir.- oimumif. aimtii.i .n UiIh corner nt Amnrinn .n mi i
spreads over a term of at least threo rapidly developing region Ivltnj still fished closo In. Apply to 431 Pecan
principal thing of factory pro-jycara Tha campaign to be success- farther south atrc.ot' nr l J1 25-3t
In thta section Is tllQ bulldlng'mi should bo concentrated and spu-i Even from n materialistic nnlnt of !
velopment companies which take tlu up of tho back country Tho build jclllc. The ndvertlBcment should bt view tho most desirable mnnufactur- T uirr frm
blocks nnd bonds of concerns that Ing up of tho back country provides ) framed to attract the attention of those Ing n community can turn Its atten- . Bbed' c
may bo induced to move guaranteo a inarKui ior many iiiuuuihuiuhuk interested in lines mat would develop uon 10 ib tno making of men voca-
funds to loan any deserving but needy prouucis nnu icnus 10 improve uvum tho raw material or tho locality ami tionai training manual trdlnlrg tech-
enterprise tax exemptions free sites. conditions for tho laborer. Ishould bo of a character from which nologlcal training co-ordinating tho
free fuel and bonuses. Every town I The greatest detriment to diversl-' other plants would naturally evolve. Bchool with tho homo and with biu
has to bo a sucker at some time and tied manufacturing In tho South Is As for Instance lr a community In Ineas will manufacture each ycai
go through with one of these exper-ltho lack of skilled labor tho southwest and resourcei within men fit to meet the tasks and renulre-
lences A review of these expf-ulentsf Manual training scnooia anu teennu reach that would enable It to manu- ments of practical life and to selzo
room furnished or un
furnished j close In. US Cedar
STIIAYED: From my lot on Thursday
morning two three-year-old brown
mules each wearing a halter. He-
ward for Information leading to their
shows that none of them work featUH logical Institutions will do more to fact u re pig Iron to compete with Blr-and cultivate the opportunltla that 1 recovorj Nl Klruy Abilene Tex-
ffiffnriiv nmi nr mproiv inpiiiont l.in make an Industrial south than all tho minuham or CMonun thn thine tn iio nro neclected. laB.
never moving causes of communltyjndvertislng boosting and factory pro-lwould be to Beck to erect a blasti While I do not sneor at tho idea of1
development. motion schemes than can bo derived furnace und from this In turn would advertising for Industries I am llrmly '
reopie mosiiy uo wnai tuey iiihik.
In Uiobo communities whero they
On the whole. It Is very fortunate
that none of these factory promotion
THE GOOD dualities of our mpntsnnil
como tho rolling mills sheet mills of the opinion that tho nrosnerltv ot Pu'try apeak for thomselves. Our
wire anu rou mius ran mills
and those communities will eo farther nmi modern market is strictly sanitary and
n ran in readllv seen that If even .i..i ti. ...i.n. avii .. think real estate think get-rlcb quick other nlants. last longest which become tlmrr.iii.iiiv uptodato in every particular. Try
a small percent of commercial or-!.nn nf thplr nffpiinnv eminrps wm'Bchemes think gold mines think t do not reKa.i freo illc!tv nf Imhued with the Idea or buldlinc for' ordering or us fpr Batlsfactlon We
ganlzatlons were successful In obtain-Wondorful tenacity In tho couxse of Btocks and bonds think agriculture.' rauci vam6 ln obtaining factories for themselves rather than seeklna th"vo Barbecue Veal Mutton Brains
- time communities must learn that loot- lllQy very ""0 "Kns "i man- communities Tho only advertisement 'BHwny nnd bywuys besoej-hlng the "; urcsseu gmcitens ana ouwr
si'Wiuin. uui puuiia iiuiuucr ia oi
AInsworth Market. A. L. Clomons
Ing Industries from other communl
ties thero would be a fleeting pano
rama of moving f.ictorles. A factory
would no sooner bo located In one
place before tho enterprising secretory
of some other place would tucl; It un
der his arm and hike nome wim u
Ing Peter Is a very unworthy nnd ufacturlng hence raanuracturing suT- Uiat Is worth while at all is one that stranger to come and build fcr them.
unethical method or adding to tho."" "" '"" ".". " '"w--"is pam tor ana is written with a deu-
Btore or Paul iininains nuinujutiuruiK you iiuvo
. .'. .. achieved tho greatest results that can
What special good would bo derived. . aino f. nrtHin..
ir Dallas were able to take away rroui ' .
nite end in view and with a definite
consideration or the needs and ad-
vantages or the community. Indis
criminate boosting and boaatlag
while very attractive to a certain typo
aer nis urm mm wivu j.umo .. ... (pt Worth ai nf its manufacturlne es- ue lown wai K"va cver '"0 lu"
only to lose It In turn to some other tTL?:ln T .lma""r"""Bn manufacturing patch Is the ono that
equally enterprising secretary. either vould denrivo Oklahoma City climbs the fence the ono that does of men; Is often harmful to tho corn-
Even a casual Inspection of the. In- of lta manufacturing enterprises what not s th8t one tnal ays down in tne.munity or city that engages In IL Tim
leal Amer- wnnii nrnfUPrt' shade and expects some Kino hamar- wortn wnuo town is wnere all the
.I..... ini .r.mou .r ifm rvninni flmpr. ..... . n.
uuniiiui j.iuft.voo u n.o .Jt..v... -" jwouiu do proiueaj
lean community shows mat rew wen commercial organizations must pro.
established factories move from one mote gqunder and saner conomle
point to another. Each year there aro vjewg An industrial community must
itan to pass by and boost it over
In what 1 have said I do aot do
sire to bo construed as discouraging
activities aro well planned and whero
the growth Jn every department la
normal. Acromegoly. or giant dis
ease addB enormously to the statue ot
Umltnit Tuimlinra nf branch nlants es- i... ..L.i.. !. ii.... it muct . nn mi. thn Kottlne- forth of tlio resources ad-
tabllshed by woll-to-dq expanding dlt!on and not'a subtraction It must1 vantages and opportunities a com- the victim but at the cost of mobility
Kmipornn therft nro a few removals . iuiin xvuhnt a lorino miinitv hH tn offer to thosn who might iad strength. There are a number of
because of the exhaustion of the raw . be Interested and who might locate- American cities suffering from acro-
materlal upon which the ractory de Por thi3 rcason I reneat that it Is This can be done prolltably beyond megoly. Normal growth Is tho healthy
nomiAii whnn nrlclnallv established I fro.. nnt ttm vnrinna fnpfnrv nnv nuestlon. I am deallne with this growtn
There aro a rew removals becarse of promotion schemes prove abo"ilve. In phase or the subject last howeier. be.
difficulty ln the labor situation: there Uie course 0f time cities will realize eause In my opinion the cultivation of
are a few removals because or dlssat tbat they grow primarily by expan-lseir Teliance and the habit or achieve
isfactlon with living conditions. sion-ond not by accession. meut aro prime factors in city bulld-
1'nq.uestlonably the ruling motive! Immediately the pragmUJst iiuiufres.ing.
In the overwhelming majority CT pro- lias not Chicago Ts Angeles. Seal-j The city of t.os AngeTes wlir "be
nosed removals ot factories from one tie Dallas Shreveport Birmingham.' noln ted out as an example due to a
community to another arises from Atlanta grown by reason of influx of widely read magazine article publish
TOO LXTK TO CLASSIFY.
NOTICE. We have associated our-
selves with Dr. W. C. Neal. and from
this time on will bo found with him
In rooms 6-6-? Itadford Building.
Dr. W. L. Anderson Dr. T. 11. Cox.
WANTED: A position as dry goods
clerk by young lady of a few months
experience Potosi Route 1 Box 33.
In my opinion advertising for fac-
tories should he sneclfle. nmi It ulinnlil
not be done at all if it detracts thajW'ANT to work over paint and make
attention of the local public from thenew "our carriage buggy and auto.
Importance of self reliance and Inltla We uso only the best material and
NOTICE TO CU8TOMERSJ After
August 1st we will sell wood tor cash
only J. F Morrison. 25-3t
NOTICE: We the undersigned nave
formed a co-partnership that will
hereafter bo known as Drs. Neal An-
derson & Cox Dentists. located in
rooms 5-6-7 nadrord building. Dr. W
C. Neal Dr W L. Anderson Dr. T B.
NOTICE: I have now associated wltk
me as co-partners in business. Drs.
W. L. Anderson and T. B. Cor and
from this time on will be found in my
offices rooms 5-6-? Radford Building.
W. C. Neal Dentist 25-12t
financial dirficulty. brought on by mis- people from other places Are not.e( recently of a city built by adver-
manaEemeut or misconduct The1 these leading cities In growth Buc-'tlslng. The author of this ertiele.
WANTED 25000 cords of wood;
live. Tim great need ot every com-!am prepared to gin you Blrietlyiiglr -Please- send us your price on car
munltv Ir men. Necessity wan thn grade work. Come to seo us. Alfred. lots f. o. b. your station. Address P.
mother ot manuracturing jn the Unit- duller opposite Fire Station North 0. Box 523. Sweetwater Texas.
ed States. The traders pr the New' First street. 25-5t 7-2? It
England coast when shut off In thn
-T " " - llFAX'TOn. .. 1 ..... nmn . ...n.-. . . i ... n..
mules each wearing a halter. Reward
for Information leading to their re-
covery. E. N. Klrby Abilene Texas.
early part of the 19th century rrom WANTBD: A four room house with'sTRAYYED trom my lot on 1
commercial intercourse with England modern convenience. Phone 1140. morning two three-year-old
becausB of the emharim mnrtn nn I 25-3t I mules each wearing a halter.
home bank which has beretorore been j cestui .Industrial body snatchara? however truly states that th mosu
... IU nvAilll . tliu ctntid tTi.t nnnti'Di' f(3 fhfl thfiaa nitfrtLi niinVPi Ar..l... .Jinlaln t.ol T na Antrolntl
ing or the ractory owner or owners all others illustrate the truth that clt- nas done has been the exhibits or the because or the embargo made on I
has become Impaired in the communi- jes are built rrom the Inside out. These products or California fields and farms. American exports found themselves p
v The concern is Jogging along the cities have grown because of the ts Angeles
down and out route. So in despera- achievement of their citizens because sen and therefore
tion a drowning man caicuc ui a iney were commuumea mat uju uui gave exnioiis OI wnai son ana cumuiui-- -- ..w. UUB.UUU I .
straw the management selzeg upon the j seek outside help but did things on have done. IfF JJ material The de-lpojt EXCIIANOE: Two nice lots in
idea of seeking new pastures. imeir own account iwey iruiy wrju. ot oniy me secretary or me i-nam-i------ - - .-.- . """-(uieourne tor car m good condition.
There is a widespread beller that'us to the conclusion that tho beStier of Commerce but each citizen of "cUiring has never bee n . overcome w mi phonQ gs$
.nrnniiip are in the marKet to du o"" u nuioiBcmrai ic mnn-.tue cywiiuuuuy uuuu uo iMiuiui tt3'tu ;t f t f ... .: 1
commumues are uj me ui v i "".. . . '-. . u ;.Mnnii.. a .oimere thev develoDed men ski Ucm wlthlr
..rlaa mil that bV the mere laci WfK'"l wt vu.suv. lo WUov uio wuuuuuuii ui.u . . .-t '
rpninvaT sufficient financial assistance Entirely too much stress Is placed not. We are naturally a traveling"0"' " o"-
removal Bl1""'"' ii clhinllnn Tntoi-nl-tei.o nl-a'nonnta Amni-lrvi on.1 fhnsa ltI-.oncl nriillnnhsTn
I HAVE a buyer be here about Aug
ust the 1st for a good farm near town.
See me If you want to sell. J. H.
FOR SALE OR TRADEj 7 room house
...... .. nnnna nn tinnn ivloinltv to another for the reason that attention to their home city Exhibrtslper ton. This average value tier ton
Il Jl f the average citizen who it Is not dolnff as well In Its location at fairs expositions permanent ex-'pf manuraetured products increases to 3 lots on car linet corner nice l3wa
IV Vfc w "'
Experts of the department ot agri
culture have estimated that the tea-
weeds of the Pacific coast of the Unit-
ed States can be made to yield fer-
tilizers worth more than 1159000000
Wireless equipment and a helio-
graph have been combined ly a J;'"
York inventor In portable signal'
apparatus for use on railroads o. .i
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