The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 159, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 7, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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ABftflit DAILY REPORTER
f "JUHIANI PRINTINQ COMPANY
Urfrd as t0H(l-claB8 mall at Abl-
leii! Texas October 14 1003.
Olio Month (In advance)-......! .GO
Threo Months (n advance).. .$1.3G
Itx Mo-fltlis (In advance) J2.70
pile Ti'opr (In ndynhco) JB.00
Business and Circulation Southwcs-
tr 67 f Independent G7. Editorial
Oflee Independent 151
Any crroncoua reflection upon the
haracter standing or reputation of
W parson firm or corporation which
May appear la tho columns of Tho
Reoorter will bo gladly corrected upon
(ti being brought to tho attention of
Subscribers falling to receive their
papers regularly will confer a favor
upon tho management by roportlag
mmo to tho business office.
Ex.Presldcnt Din?. Is right about. If
those people down In Mexico hnvo not
recovered their reason. There Is nc
use trying to do wiythjng with them at
Implanting hair on a bald head hj
means of gold wires is u now disov-
ery of science and one that will be
great comfort to the possessors of bald
heads H Is said that tho new huir
can bo burshed nnd combed just II
other folks do. That Is aWfully nice.
-Ib uWt seem much trouble for Ted-
dy tq pull out a letter which he has
had Btuck away for the purpose and
show up his -position as far back ns a
year op the matter of becoming a can-
didate. Fact is Mr. Roosevelt lias been
a candldatu for two years fie Is. go-
ing to be nominated too if straws do
not fail to show the way the wind Is
Judge Swayne or Fort Worth took
dangerous ground when lie told tho
jtlry to pray to God to help them arrive
at a verdict in the Snced case. The
law says the jury shall decide accord-
ing to tho evidence and the court of
criminal appeals might reverse the
case If u verdict of guilty had been re
turned and it should appe.f that they
did ask the Urd to decide it for
theirt. Henrfletta Inependent.
God bless the baby's curly head fast
jiGleep in this snow bed his dingling
clasped securely In bis chubby hand
Ills beautiful hair blown about his
dimpled face a smile still lingering
about his scarlet lips. All day lve has
vomjioU"about tho house out In the
vjird. nlnvintr clenhant tiger and hear
niiBhlnghls engine calling at Intervals
to daddy to watch him cut a caper or
turn a somersault. What a little bun-
dle of energy he is. He leads ud all
a merry round from early morn until
the. shadows fall the stars steal out
and the "sand man" comes creeping
round. How lonesome must be the
home where babby prattle is never
head the patter of Infant steps sends
no echo through tho halls no dim-
pel arms are clasped around muzziM)
neck no soft lips are pressed lovingly
to daddy's wrinkled cheek Dear little
darling how J love to hear your noisy
romping to listen to the clatter of
scattered toys and hear the chatter of
your little tongue. When tho "sand
man" steals ybur senses and the ripple
of your singing laughter Is hushed
in soothing sleep we know that angels
are closely watching near your touch
and in your little brain are dreams of
"choo-choos" street cars moo-cows
and ding-u-langs that when tho mor-
row cornea will live In baby's mind
and shouts and peals of lu'ughter as
sweet as music o'er n moonlit sea will
again make melody in the house.
The deposits of this bank for
the past eight statements
will reveal a growth that is
absolutely healthy and con-
vincing. They are as follows:
Boptombqr 7 1910 556 114 02
November 20 1010 v...... ?G1 370 80
January 7 1011 $61 30G 03
March 7 1011 f.. $03 02G 00
Juno 7 1011 f $03 225 21
September 1 1011 $0G 807 18
December 0; 1911 . '. $113 285 25
Pcbrunry 20 1012 I $124 520 00
W wiil appreciate your account
i Tkft First State
1 1 Th Guaranty
SIGNS OF Sl'HLNa
nnnn morn ntirlntr In here. On ovot'V
hand wo have tho same evidence thai
tho season "when yoilng man's runty
Hghty turns to thoughts of lovo" is
with ns again. SpolB of hear earth
have already boon citrpoieu witu
gruon graBs hero nnd there" wccdB are
nroniilnc throuuh the-chilly crust alid
uninn r fhn mnrn vniiturosomo troi'H
and shrliba are breaking out with
tender buds llut one of the niosl pro-
nounced -and never fulling slgtiB that
spring hnB returned Is to notice the
rush or business professional In fact
a larger per cent of alt moh Who
romnlii cooped up In towi twelve
mmithn In onch year. for. garden seed
and gardening ImplemontB. It Is about
this BQUBOn oacii yoar xnni mo gnniun-
fcr minrnim niinrloR the town man anil
ho resolves now and forcvormord thnt
fflio homo table shall be provided Willi
home produced vegetables. He reels
that ho can glvo tho man whp Invented
gradcnlng cards and spades and beat
him at tho game. He Upends his
monoy lavishly and freely for the pre-
requisites of a first cl8s pardoner.
His call to the Boil is bo Inspiring that
ho manages to break loose front busi-
ness nn hour or two earlier In the af-
ternoons rushes to his garden spot
nnd floes more muscular work In thir
ty minutes than he had boon accus
tomed to doing In a week before spring
came. The aroma from the fresh
turned soil Is exhilarating to him.
niwi tlm visions of a thousand-fold re
turn causes him to forget that the won!
4i.i in in tho ttnellsh vocabulary. It
VII Jll J v.- "o
seems crual to predict tliat tnc o:-
imrinnnPH nf a urealer per cent of the
amateur gardners following the open
ing days of this spring wm oc uuuut
fi cini sis Hipv have been as far hack
as inomory runs. The gardening fcyor
gradually wears off the worjt wnicn
wnn i.isiv tn start with ifceomes a task.
A rccapllulatlon of expenditure of
money in preparing to become a gai li-
enor to sav nothing of the energy le
has Invested will show thrtt the prom-
ised return in home grown vegetables
is aboHt one cent for each dollar no
line Kiwuit. He returns to his regular
avenue and pays the price charged hv
the man who tickles the earth for Ida
livelihood year In and year out.
THE OHIHIX AM) (iKOWTH F TIIK
rim nrfitf'iiilo of Aho "recall" 1ms
been given so much of an -emphasis in
'the platform of Theodore uoosuvem
now an avowed eandldate for president
and it figures so largely in the politi-
cal vocabulary of the times that We
are frequently asked as to the ortgii
of this feature of government.'
While the germ of the idea may be
found in the democracies of the an-
cient world yet as far as any syo-
lemalio development goes it is u whol-
ly American idea and an outgrowth of
our corrupt and stormy polities.
The recall has usually been consid-
ered as a counterpart and accompani-
ment of the Initiative and referendum
which have been used jrt Switzerland
since 1S3Q. But the agitation for the
recall practically stopped in Swiezer-
land when the initiative and referen-
dum were adopted. In otlr state ot
California tin? constitutional ampnd-
ment for the recall of oflieials secured
mnnnn nmlnritv lust Ootobar
yet the amendments for the initiative
and referendum had oniy auoiu u
The city of ms Angeles unpen iu
the creator Ot tlie recau imwi.t
adopted the Plnn in 1902. Since
! i i!H rpf!!ill('d a mayor and a
councilman tho mayor having resign
ed before the recall was taken.
In 1005 San Diego San Beruardmoy
T...r..i.... .inii Vrpsnn minuted tho re-
cull and in 1900 it was adopted in
Seattle. In 1007 a number of Calif or-
nlt cities adopted It Including San
Francisco- and the new contsitutipn
Callfonia .first established It on a
f.u .I'm! atnto wldn scale last fall.
Recall piovisions Were placed in the
wv constitution ot Arizona
'iMitu itiRtrninnnt of iiomilar rctri-
luitinii hue nnt vnt been largelv used.
Nearly sill of tlm recall provisions so
adopted tiuve given tnc people pow
Bank &Trust Co
by Amrrlcan Press Association. v
BACK of the spenkor's presidential candidacy are the majority of the Demo-
cratic inembeis of the house of lcpie&ontathes and. indeed be is c
popular on both sides of the chamber that his nomination would give
pleasure s-o far as- personal predilections m e concerned to most of Ills col-
leagues. Mr. C'i.uk (who original!) boie the Christina name of Henuchamp.
by the way) ha been in continuous congres-hional service as a Missuuri reprc-f-entutivc
with the exception of one term since lS'j;t He is a forceful and
pleasing orator. He enriches lite spec lies with Scriptural quotations and .illu-
sions and interlards bis arguments with dioll and hnmoiotis anecdotes smack-
ing o"f the soil.
or to lo'call judges but so far as we
can learn no judge high or low lias'
as yet born recalled. Since lOo" th i
recall has been applicable to man?
municipal and county officers In Or-.
egn but at last accounts none lm'I
Tlio rccalf is a weapon of despera-
tion by which the radical elements in
American municipal lifo are sceUinf;
to arm triqmsclves against the thugs
and outcasts that have controlled go.
many American cities llut many peo-
ple who would favor itb use in the
desperate battle with the underworld
of municipal politics would lie equally
strenuous against applying it U
As an inducoment to Its rentiers to
begin an early swatting campaign t-l-o
San Marcos Heinld imiKcs the startling
announcement that "one lly killed now
will cut otr the posmuHin ot .".onu-
000000 flies by the close of suini.im "
After a somewhat evtensivc afqiinln'-
FUNERAL OP IS. J. H.
IJchiuIiis Miliiped (a liuHii'o uii .Hid
nltrlil Train l.jisl .Mghl for
Tlie ifipiiiiiH of Jiv J il Uuiui'U
won: hipp'ul o Dallas on. tfiu mlrt-
nlj;it T..& tiuin latwilit for tin-
rial ibis atturnooii.
.Mr and Mifi. (liiorKo Ihishani i.)
Bnlliis i ante nut utlejNI the fmu r. I
nnd to mciiinjiai'if tlio fwnwral phii
to Dallas. ; " "
H. 13. Uioitoy ulSo nccumptinleil Mr-
pari. Thn funorai at tho fumlh home t;(j
and llctich. vi!iilirdu' )ifim linnn lit
1:lfr vaH liirgoly nttfindoiu mniiv im-'
iTIfs TTO7nironThniir'nTqiKn in icntt;
Tlio hervlces wcor eoitdik'tiul by Jl
(Vnnei W. Woodard pastor of S'
l'tnU'o Muthodl.st rhumb of 'hlcji Mpjj
Hurnntt wiih a dovotud mmnbur ilnd
whh iibhislcd liv Hev. W. Al. llarvlmin
pubtor ot tlm Ciitvnl l'lushytet'lnii
church tier loniicr piintnr
Mr Luoiioy and Mr Utit iiuLt wii'
rc'tuin fnmonuu '
Ih anVTlmoat tsiliiln result of htdiuy
iroulil 1) ToomV. Hfh K Ollvo fit.
niooiil Ktoii. Ill mWu "I biilfurd
Iiih In tny hld-
a good I rial
r in. Today
iris ami not
I t I. flf t fl Jf. 1 M ti
mi v i(i ti ij u0"tf t
Jv hloh 'i ilmi
! foiey ivhWiy flirt
In v dnivo mdei l
I ilo u hinfl dny'a v
loVfft'rts.f For uitlu 11
PlVB t'oj ' I
ance wjth the tly family wo arc iioi.
inclined to efXlir affirm or deny tiic
nronosiUoh. thoimh il tlicro are iloiilit-
jng gncs of course they hac a por-
eci jigin io mane a .icuiai count aim
thus determine the matter ivsithel)
It seems the C'eilhtta 11' reau '.V;' care-
lessly neglected to mnl:e a can fjil i'ii-
umeralion of the tliiW In the tountn In
'fSMO but there is ng fond cause to go
Into hysterics over a prpjocot of ta"
suicide linong the lfirficH n it nriy
be considered fcafe to stit one ol them
now and then.
Many of the leading Dcmocratb aiv
claiming that it will lie an easl"r v
tdry'tor Democracv in the I'icsidcntiiil
race with Hoosuveft the candidate tha-
for Sir. Tall t( be the Republican stan-
dard' hearer. We share that opinion
and also the opinion that Mr Koose
vult has his hands on the nomination
arid wf!l In- sure io land the Ilopuhll-
(.'OOD STO.H VC1IJ
llo of Ml-O-NA in
IIiiiimc and You'll Aluajs
llinc Onc.1 y
II op to
dunk too much nndlhnndredsfaf thou
annua ot men hmoKo
IIU.I III UII' VWIIIIl J I
' I'hp' ih'iial'CllnM iMinnrr
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cail jfut il
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it uni' nieiiuiiiw iuni:iir-u u-
h hub lur'
lBiey ar th
ho r oriHtlpatlon
y enr or hod
u .liinguul lue-
' Anil ii hiWimlv nKlst .ill ihiIk ut
Whti.HiioMt-n.iM- DruK t.'o.t-iaiid-diuis-
a ' o
O U. S. D'spartuvnit of Agriculture O
O WIJATHKK IH'KllAi; a
9. Willie h. Moore. Ch'uf. D
Abllmio Tex. Mmvu 7. l!U!J
Ftr Ahllofiu and VIulnltyJTmuit.
tlwl wualhor; rnhi tonight or Fildnj;
i'Of 15tiHt 'I'uxijibrnrintUeil weuth-
er ;ralu tonight or Frldaj; wiiruier In
oMruiiio Mini; wilder a oxtrumu north
wwi portion tonight; imhioe Ifrhluy.
For Wi'bt Texnw-ToiilKht mul Kij.
d.iy gent-raih ehud ruin lit bouth-
eubt and hjiow -in north .jiorllon to-
night or Frida) Mjjd.a tonlKJiti OA'
3 l W
n 'A laninifTK ftlrtili.Iii 1
to hedunfl yourn aWt'h( n
acho pAi(i ui)inli.
unteifff to uAmlildlgeijilMii
i'hrcilc; td.r'iunptly iml
lut roittjiyv lorllmn
voniitirTr ol ifiemini
blclsii fou hreli
Hi (j:tnH. cuif.oii ongii
ISS'U-U. -ja f. TSt3B.B.
Hotel St. Andrev
Bfoadway apd 72nd St.
New York City
nrm urruioK aciommo1
AT MODI MIF RA I
n'cluslvc Fatly and Transient Hotel
I on European Plan
Single and i'n Suite
Tn convcmrnCcj abmli'lcly fifcprool
mnutci' nJe l Theatfi ind Shoppmc
net by clcvaitd road Miiflcc lines and
Axe. stage. Subuiy express and loral
nation at door onrvr. Miuen
Tablets Pens Ink
" Everything r
Come and Bee Us
ABILENE DOUG COMPANY
The Want Suppliers
A. R. CHRISTOPHER Troy
March 18th to 23d 1912
Fort Worth Texas
- vt run
Fill Mark Mi
a i.i. iti(i;i:
I AVlJ.llKTTKK Til AX
Will he on 1
id 'I rip.
j'KXA.y& rAnifc ituuiAv
CJUll (jni Our AkoiiIs for Detail Infor-
mation Concerning SelHntr Pales tim-
Its and Fares.
AU'AU I). HILNI'IIK
(hiiioral I'aSfjenged Agent
cept in bdmthufifit portion; colder Fri"
Hhpietft tmuiieratpre 01; Jowest!
M;ruean IS'; rainfall 0. '
Mrs. Martin TcJTs About a Painful
fccperienccfhat Miit Have
trurea icnous v.
ItlvesvllUfl W. Va. Mrs. Dora Martin.
In a lotterlfrom ntTTwIllo. writoii!
"For thron trr.iraJr .
suffered with wo-
manly trouulesand hall
Ins in my
uacic nnu .iflatr. rR'as n
r otfuid not hclh mn. TTa
satd I wo
i( llA AflAtilnrf in im-
foro I co
it better rf thought
y .... ..fMU.VV... iy UV
ifCardul savoll my llf. I
o without ardul tn my
'ccommcad ito my friends."
ycara Carul has beon ro
und dlstsu caused by wc
fl surely holt) you.
spot reaches tha
tronile-frolleveatho symntoms. and
uriYcs awaytflB cause.
- - - r.f
if you Buffer from any symptoms of
womanly trouble taho Cardul.
Your druggist Hells and recommend
It Qet a bottle from him today
oog. Atedlclno Co-Clumnopta Tenn.V 6pmJ
JmtmtttoiH n4 6.pt Golf "llomTrMuSS
x J Conduyici
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Motz Su Curtis
BARGAINS IN WALL PAPER
Wu have just rci'Oived a larc shipment of ninny new antl
attractive designs in "Wall Paper ol' tlie prettiest and tile
largest variety you have over seen
Many tUfl'e rent patterns to select I't'om at attractive riics.
Wc have greatly reduced tliu price on Wall l'nper and can
save you money if you will visit this store and see What we
have to offer.
UNO. B. NEILL
The Paint and Paper House
Don't look at your flno furniture and inoro with dlsaupolntmont or die-
gust. Those accidental scratches and tarnished spots can be effaced.
Orr n Furniture Polish Will Do It
PKICK 25 CtsMMiU 1I0TTLE.
For snio by
HARRIS DRUG STORE Chestnut St. CROWN PHARMACY N. 2d Si
Telephone Your Oraer to Them.
Ind. Phone 246
Wm ft llMd
m l Off rw1
Payyour bill on or before tho J8th and
save your discount. Kindly bring
v your bill with you
Abolene Gas Light Fuel
and Power Co.
W3SE & s
Move or fHot Move
Von wj want to llUICItTK.N
I I' this birng Wf have mury
thing you need. I'AI.N'TB VAIl-
MSfl GLASS. WAMJ'iYf'KU
AUT MATUKIALS I0TC. to
make th ehoino beautiful.
A Car I oiid ol 1!)) Wall apr
has Jiiht boon put In our 'an-
liovibo prfocH aie UKil-JT All
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The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 159, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 7, 1912, newspaper, March 7, 1912; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth333392/m1/2/: accessed May 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.