The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 68, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 31, 1915 Page: 3 of 6
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ifHE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS.
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Personal Local Household
'!' 'l. 4.4.. county ami hr roports all crops lnd
ly damaged by the Into rains.
Will Spauldlng of Midland spent
Friday In Abllcno on business.
Mrs. Tom Mitchell visited bcr aisle r
Mrs. K. K. Proctor nl Winters.
Miss Clara Hilton of this city Is vis-
iting Mrs. Hallman at Clyde. .
Mrs. W. S. Hubbard !ins returned
from a visit to relatives at Marlln.
Mrs. Rube Brewer and two children
of Haskell nro born visiting bor
friend Mrs. II. C. Mains.
Mr. and Mrs. John J.'O'Mally are
siinmiiMii the rcevK-eUd Willi TTIoiUs
Miss Ktbel Cbcsblro returned borne
Friday nfternoon from an extended
visit at Slirpvnport and Marsbalf.
Miss CIicssIh Kstes of Clyde Is In
tbo city visiting bor brother Dr. J.
Hen Hardin of Tuscola was hero
Saturday visiting bis brother Floyd
T. Malcolm Dobbins of the Mont-
gomery Drug Co. 1ms returned from
ltoscoo where ho hah been visiting
for tbo past week or bo.
J. A. McDavl'l n prominent young
merchant of Overton Is hero for a
few days to visit his brothers of the
McDavld Bros store.
Mrs. W. II. Orrcn ntid children re-
turned boiiio Saturday afternoon af-
ter an extended visit with relatives
nud friends lit Coleman county.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. llobertB have
returned from their vacation and re-
port n fine time. While away tlwy
visited St. Inits Kansus City Cell
tralla and Flat River.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim 1'arramoro came
111 Saturduy from their Sterling coun-
ty ranch for a visit with the formers
father Col. J. II. I'arratnore and oth-
W. 0. Andrews a former employe
of the local postnfflcu and now con-
nected with the Wichita Falls office
Is hero for n abort Visit with friends
MrB. W. P. Crow has Just returned
from u six Kecks visit to her daugh-
ter Mrs. McCutcheon and three sons
at Crow Brothers ranch In the Davis
mountains She also attended tb
annual camp meeting at Fort Dals.
.Mrs. Earnest Ilatjcr left Saturday
.n-lr 4- Untntru A rlffltiunu. f fl 111"
teAl tlio bedside itf Mr. Untjer's' of some weeks
the day Unit
Iter. E. A. Smith of Corslmnn. form-
er presiding older of that diMrlct of
the Methodist Episcopal church South
Is a visitor of a few days In Abilene
looking after bis farm near tills city
He Is one of the best known divines
In Middle Tt'vns and has many warm
Mr. and Mrs. s. T. Bowman of Cedar
(Tap wore in Ablleho today on bus!
neSs. "Undo Sain." as bo is fnmll
larly called by bis host of friends sot-1
Ucd fn Jim Ned valley when there
were but few people In Taylor county.
('. S Bowles of Dallas Is here for a
few days looklmf after his farm near
AbJlfiie. Air. Bowies Is eiironte horn
from a pleasure trip to Denver Col
Dave Scott a Tormer Abilene boy
now living nt Tueitincarl New Mptjou
Is back in Abilene for n Visit wllli
relatives and friends. It Is bis f.rst
visit In Boiiio lime anil be was verf
agreeably surprised to bio the
growth of tbo city.
Mrs. H. 0 Metj-ger nnd sister have
gotie to Ohio for a lslt of U few
John Neighbours of Mulberry Can-
yon was among tbo visitors hero on
Mrs. Lester Ellis and little son
went to Merkel Thursday nfternoon'
for a visit with relatives and friends.
Miss Isoplflno Toler of I.ornlno Is
In the city the guest Of her sister Mrs.
W. U. Betty.
County Judge 13. M. OVershlnor
spent Thursday In Fort Worth on le-
gal buslncBS returning Friday morning-
Mrs. It. Fl Wlsemnn and daugbtoi
Miss Nndine left Wednesday night for
their home In Hlco. Texas after a
two weeks visit with relatives.
Mrs. A. C. Monger of Abilene and
Mrs. J B. Ferrler of Merkel loft on
noon trnln today to visit relatives In
Hnrdlson Pender and Joe Pender Jr.
returned Friday to their homo nt Den-
ton after a visit here with their
grandfather. Dr. R C. Ponder.
Mrs. R. E. O'Renr who bns been
seriously ill for some time of pneu-
monia and an ear affection was re-
ported K doing somewhat better Fri-
day. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Rndford return
ed home Friday morning from a visit
In California whore
Word was received later iiilv'7 "'" "' 1M''M' ' ""
bis mother was much'"!"'1" a im-.in.iiii. wm- uu - . .u....
f .-... I ATI TlAliitn nll.lm.1 V 1 0fl f V
m ' - ntr ...1 ufi nT .Millnrit I n. i i-uniui iiiiiiu i iiinniw
. '.' ... t iuin. ni.uth. 'afternoon from New York City wber
.' ..."..... ni.;..Vift. n! T ho went ten days ag to sail for Llv
vUJ".' xiwimtinr lieforo hor.orpool. Condition n Europe . nnd
-ff - ....-. - - - 1 .. .
mnrrlnce. wbb Miss Kay vnanuior
on the sea were mien that h derided
.7."' .' i v r.in.iir.r .leei.iiHei!. to postpone Ida tn na-Atlnntlc. trip
UUUBlllVi vl . . v."" -v . -.-....-i.-i..
ii... t. t i.-irtn unit lu'n elillilreil I
EarneBt and Martl'ia Carey KuVtli.l
and Mrs. Walter Kerr and son. Wal-
ter lett last night for their homos at I
LUfUin and Tongue respectively ufter
a vlBit hero with their parents and.
grandparents Inr. and Mrs. W. t I
Kiusolvlng near Lytlo LiKe.
Mrs. Jessie Kelly Hunter of Abilene
la vlnltlnir Mr. and Mrs V. H. Jobe.
M .- ".. - .
formerly ono 01
John W. McCormhk of Callahan
county was In Ablloim today (Friday!
with a wngon loud hf Rattlesnake
melons. I .nut Monday Im hauled n
load 3.r bushels of Wpples to Win-
ters and sold thein for ?1 10 per
v' Mrfl. M. E. Cox who makes her
homo with a boh A. II. Cov of Tus-
cola and a daughter Mrs. J. K.
.Mrs. iiunier i.f.ij .- .". . .. .lW idlf i1h
tittlf'limW I ! -' s rf ....... p f --
S.weetwntor'B most popular
ida here are always
io was recently ten
li tbo Sum Houston
o.tlco School of the
rtment. S weefw 'i
and her many fWtl
glad to boo her. b
dered a poftltlon I1
Normal In the Pr
Primary Arta Dei
.T. 1?. Hnllev. Jrl who was brought
to Abilene and phjcod In a local saii-
HnrIum Friday. Buffering from an ff;
cldental knlfo wo
Saturday aB gottln
father J. E. HulM
pioneers of Nugent
Hnllev aro coustni
of their boh nnd tliey
liis early recovery.
Mrfl. Kate Willi
from an oxtendod
Abileno ono of lit
Ben Meyer who
atlon at Ballingo
bus returned to hi
C. n. Armstrong
ind. was reported
along nicely. HH
Sr. Is ono of fho
nnd ho and Mrs.
tly at the- bedsltle
urt nopenu oi
morning for amusa to visit bor son
C. A. Cov. Mrs. Cox Is ouo of the
good uliMIino mothers nnd tbo writer
joins her many friends In wishing her
a pleasant visit.
CITY KWS 1IHIKFS: .
kflslt with relatlvos
Wreck fuiiSM Ilelujr.
Texas and Pacific night tralno Fri-
day wero delayed sovoral hours by
i tbo dorilllinent of an oil car noar I0'
! ralno. It took several hours to clo.ir
reiurnou'. llll ... ...... .fnp tlirmmti irafflf.
i"" .-"' r
No ono was jiijurctj.
11 of Tusrola rondo
niro vUHb WoJ-
iiiderwpnt nn oper-
- for appendicitis
i homo Ii Abilene
Is back on his city
mall routo after a pleasant vacation
of aeveral days.
Eugeno Wood and family loft Wed
nesday for a visit to his old iiomo
and relatives at Hubbard City.
Miss Zora Harden returned to "er Carty left Saturday
homo in Tuscola today after a visit to o'clock for Midland
Hujs .Studoliakor Four.
J. W. Taylor of Caps is tb0 owner
of a now Studobakor 4" purchaROd
laBt week from the Ed S. Hughos-Co.
Tbo firm delUered four Dodgy Bros
cars during tbo past week two In
Haskell county ono nt Merkel and
ouo to H I Wllleford of Abilene.
f.'o to Midland.
Will Snaulding accompanied by
Will and Henry Hilton and Guy Mc-
inorniiitf at t
ber brother here Floyd Harden. carried back a Cadillac hlght' for
Mrs Ethel Green left Wednesday uemonsiruuon ai uw auu.a m u..v
night for her borne In Fannin county of tbo Spauldlng BrotherB firm.
a"er" i"t?.Tnt r l'-'- MTkrt Same.
ll..i; hv nn on a visit to Tbo local produce market was mwt
l'.. L'. i.-r n..t Harrv who changed Thursday. Kggs Uc.
live In Crosby county near Bstacuao. So fryers lie. butter 25c.
J. J. Hinds of 'Oe was in ""
5ot 'SVus 3D6cVv
We will lmvo on snle this week 30 hnls including w special pur-
rliiise jusl received This lot of new Ivill and Winter hats in-
cludesexclusive models in street and tailored hats combining
the newest materials and shadings i n c 1 u ding submarine
green African brown and National blue stylish productions
of one of New York's leading milliners bought for this event.
This lot of hats would sell Tor at least a lliijrd more if bought
and sold in a regular way. We offer them at choice while
they last for only $4.95.
livery freight and express train adds Lis quoin ql" fresh
forladies this week will be the best we have ever made
insneel the prellv new garments that dame laslnon
that thev have surpassed all previous efforts in select
prcmacy of this store both as a style cenlcMuadniv
lion will be more than ever emphasized. Keep u
display the new styles i'i
n iust thcruiliJ lines at
M . tf 1
ivni imnsi fv ouiif
v. vi.w...... -am i
r .k F . i
xutf fir he (fljftTrfrl
J M 1
" KYi'oivnl yoslonlny tuul
sold lodny" is llu brtpf Jiis-
tor.v of many of our now Pall
suits. Tlio flnirin of those
now nrmonts is tliu pn.'tty
Jioi'omin styles and the mod-
rnti' pfiots. Tins wok w
shoxv Hovcnil oxpross ship-
nionls of hiyh clnss tnilorod
suits malting our stoelc un-
usually oomplolu f"r Jhis oar-
ly in tlio season. The semi-
. fitted ooats tlio linx effect
ooatsr the new loimth and
ji'tinmiiiUH can till he found
lure hot us show you.
Through u fortunate
ohaso wn are ahlo to
you some of the very
"values in medium priced and
cheap shirts wo have avor of-
fored at any time. This lot
consists of all wool skirti
earofully tailored in now fall
y VfnhWm ? w mrvr
iling Ibis store a?c will
tin prices aro
$3.50 $4.00 .$4.50
$5.00 and 6.00
Soe this special lot.
ON DISPLAY AND SALE THIS WEEK.
handise. The showing of stylish outer garments
in the season. You are invited to come in and
d for this new sciuwffirvvear. Our buyers leei
Snees. l lie su-
-huvers of this sec-
ii t K
lValfi the IrcMiuIoLit
This' week wo will have on
display and sale many pret-
ty early Fall dresses in sorgo
and silk combinations also
sorgo drosses with the now
plaid trimmings. Prices nrj
$G.G0 to $17.50.
"We also have' the now crepe
ile chine and taffeta dresses
in al the-pretty new Pall
ntyle.s and shadings. Prices
range from -r
$15.00 to $25.00
is ineeting instant favor at
thistore. Dorothy ftodd
and Kuppendorf Pitman
shoes are hero in the now col-
ored tops side lace front
lace iini button. The pretti-
est styles we have over shown
tn wear with the new Fall
nnd Winter suits and dres-
ses. Not n good style mis
ing and not n bad stylo in the
lino. Prices are moderate
$2.50 $3.00 $3.50
$4.00 and $5.00
2z Ke "VJDavss 5Vvfc &eve
In our ladies waist section we arc showing some very pretty new
models in waists made of Georgette Crepe and Crepe de Chine.
Lace trimmed and with the hand embroidered effects also silk
Marquisette with one inch satin stripes n very stylish effect in
waists. The prices are $4.1.") to ; $7.00
"WUwUy T& Soo&s Co.
tovUWs T?voQYessv)fc SoYe
todav and bo's feeling Rood over t
late'ralns "It has jiut our land
To Erect Klectrlc Sfen
The Magnolia Petroleum Company
w.ant.wns tn tha city Thursday
la hPtnr assisted In a meeting
il'.nl'n riinnel bv KoV. J. W.
After a two weeks visit to her
parents. C. 1. and Mrs. Warren and
other relatives and her many Abileno
friends Mrs. L. It Scarborough will
leave tonight (Thursday) for bei
homo at Fort Worth.
Mra. Guthrie Allen and two children
uwa visitors of a few hours In Abt-
i Wulnnsilnv. lialUK Oil the WaW
from their bom at Andrews to the
home of their ratuer auu Br"u"'v"
Capt. Ben F. Jones ai Tuscum.
J. It. Ray
To Jti-fuodel Graham Theater.
The seats and other furnishings or
the Graham theatre wore being re-
4 moved Thursday preparatory to re
modeling the building. Its new own-
er. Manager J. H. Hamlett of the lie.
li.. 1.. .lntwl Mr . MflllllPI Will
- .- -. .- nitr jo iii ytv.Mii '- - 'v
Hoiiiodolliip inniuiinr laualn reoccupy that building and a
The bulldlug at J10 Pine street oc-.fw momhs ater wjn erect a modern
cupied by 1-ns.ner aim turuw y tlteatr0 0I1 th site of the uranam.
ami llie esieru itiuuhk au umw
til TVfiif'ii riiiiLi" uuticu iiiziuj umuu .- -w.wiv- thit fimrtnm mr
goyd ndltton or i; t-" -VNo.TinlK Grace Hotel building has ' 'T o to occupy it
UTrri ; Me bolk 'pastor "!:!g?S and . ? ??-? d
.1 DVIUK it w " - --- " If lirmi(ltniIT Wllfll llltS Uttt t.
It3i - tiwwnM' .
pmniunv. Is bolnu remouoied. 'ino
partition bousing the Otto Candy
KM.han .hicb has suspended business
. .. r.1 nml n inrulnril fillOW
"..BTV.r".u " :sa active service in the CWil War
juuu i""" lci tha Confederate States cour-
Celebrates t7th Hlrtbday.
1iuIp J. W. Thomas well-known
with bis loved
AGED WOMAN INJURED IN
FALL SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The Dusiness Men's Hlblu Class of
Odd Fellows to JKbToptn Meeting.
Tbo Abilene Odd Fellows and Ue-
bekahs will bold an Open Meeting at
their hall. South Second street. Tues-
tbo First Baptist church will give day evening. September Tib at 8:30.
their second free Illustrated lecture All members and ther families and
next Frtday-iitghtTit SH5. TSveryTjodyj Invited; guests are effected to attend.
i no loiiowmg program uus ucch i-
ranged: Opening Ode of Subordinate Lodge.
Invocation by Rev. L. B. Gray.
Instrumental numpers rendered by
cordially iuvitad no charges no col-
Invocation by Dr. O. H. Cooper.
Illustrated song "Rock of Ages."
Illustrated lecture "Pilgrims prog-
saw active service
jTm. lllacllmni Hack at CauipMl''ageously during the mo tf ttat swat
Mrs. Jennie uiacKuurn. aur .1 "B6'. -"-"I 1 r;V i fin.
weeks spent in New York ana uni-veunesuay j. u um ..r --
weeKs siMJuv " . - citinn nS nr ..nnn hta sstb year in good health
cago. aasresumvu "- -; --- -" " ' a nreSen't at the
Mrs. Nat Bigham aged 78 yearo.
juuiuur ui Kvum wm n. w.i illustrated song "Hock ot Ages." prof. c. H. Lewis and students
jiigiiam. was crl0uajr mjurcu oaiui--( mustrated lociure "Pilgrims Prog- Selected Readlngr-Mrs. Howard
uaj aivo.Muuu nuo oc .v.. ...u ." ress' py ur. -roieman. Humphries.
She recelvS a severe 7ash across U10 '""Crated song "Abide With Me." Address on Odd Fellowship-Rev.
She received a severe gasn across tno b memLer8 ot he iajes Bibie ciagb.c w Hearon
face and one arm was badly wrench- J n.i :. t tt A. ... . ...
.77rI 'cinnt nf Abilene and who nwin to hor ndvanGe! nee. her """ "'."' i illustrated song "UOCK or Ages
um-timc '" - '- ' -. ... . ""& - - '- -.- 1 iiP Tnomnn lias iMvpii 11113 lecture
injuries are considered serious. .hntnrp nm wii ." mdor the ne.
The many rnenas of tne raniiiy win ce6sity of using the notes or wanu-
Join the Reporter in estenatnK 8n-scrJpt Bellt wjtl the lecture.
cere sympathies with hopes for a com
plete and early recovery
Benediction by Dr. Fry. 1 illustrated
Dr. Toleman has given this lecture Mrs. Williams.
Illustrated Song "Good Samaritan
! Z. D. JIailey and others.
Invocation Rev. h. B. Gray.
These pictures are by Underwood &
Underwood which is equivalent to
that can he
a visit to his son-in-law and dau.ihac8t0Cn0 lill be glad to know thai Thomas many mora years et to come bave ted to the establish
j p and Mrs. Watson near V Vaxi awtl on fcjtu tbb. and Joins bis many friends here In the comprehensive course in foi
hacbie In Ellis county Mr Ray als sli bab resumed 4 may yQt be able t0 be uulveraity m that country.
ONE KILLED j OXE WOPXDED;
PISTOL FIGHT AT ALPINE
saying ' they aro the bes
T.nfMn.- to V. M Ttltlall arnA.I rt mnA
r.4illUCULa yj 4 Wl" lw.fc w iUttUC l n. 1
reforesting some-e-f the bills of Chuaai It Is the Intention of this class to'By The Associated Press.
ment of a give one of these Illustrated lectures! A LP IKK. Tex Aug. 26. la
forestry In a on the first Friday night In each to! fight this morning W. M
was killed and Bob Goodwin was ser
iously wounded. It Is alleged that the
trouble arose over a personal matter
Goodwin has been arrested but hU
condition is reported to be serious.
By The Associated Press.
AUSTIN Tex. Aug. 28- Gov. Fer-
guson and General Hutchins confer-
red today relative to the sending of
militia to the border counties. Nelta
er would talk at the conclusion ot the
conference but it Is known however
that the state militia Is ready to move
toward the border at a moment's no-
tice J .
F-l TO HE BROUGHT TO SUR-
FACE "WITHOUT HKLAY.
By The Associated Press.
WASHINGON. Aug. . Rear Ad-
miral Boush reports from Hoaolul-i
that the submarine F-4 will 1
brought o the surface without '
further delay Six chains have U
passed under the wreck bow.
made a trip to raieaime iu uUl.- r
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