The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 159, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 7, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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Heroes of llic A In mo.
() In rnoi Of Urn Ahthio
v ho In Hit! book (if lame.
With HuliicliiVo mill Thorniopiilue
Have will your deathless inline
VV ifi'r you our lnvq and pi also
O bravo tnvotod dust "
Mid cherish thy dear memory
'fill tJod inwards tbo jiiHt.J ..
Ill voiir Calm faee I see '
Hitllliuii intellect mid dclermined will
liniml sympathy and all ohibrnoliig
iii'io soldier pafrioi Klalesmaii
w irh dmUs enough to leavo' yoil hu-
man ' - -
i'i vim woi'o a MAN
Which is the name of
Met in social session Saturday "
v m with Mrs. Olebnrn .McCnulcy.
The rooms wore lavishly decorated
with Anierfcali Flags stippffmoiiti'd by
Ihe fivi oilier ensigns under 'which
'loxas ban paused the earlier pari ot
her I'venttul lite."
Iloll i all w.is answered by original
Odes on "The Hoioosf oi thy Alamo"
rii.it of Mis lirllchew being c'spoci-
PI i it song was read by .Mrs. I'.iv-
i i per The Loving Woik ofThe
I in im.iii Monks lisi: Cillain.
liis Literature Mrs Avriette.
n in Teas Miss Thomas.
lb .iding- Mrs' lieilcbew
I In soil.'l leatuto of tiie afternoon
is introduced by a lOquost t'rofn the
i ostess ib.it the guests draw from
in. liwin. .111 outline map of the state
i IN as
lii.it of Mis. P.iylon was judged to
I I tiit best and sho was awaided the
'i an r(tu;itn bit of Japanese
mbruidi ii and drawn work
Vlioitrniiig to Hie patriotically doo-
.11 iiul dining room the company was
arvl with an csliicclaljy :i;)oli.-
ing salad course atler which the fob
lowing toasts were Indulged in .Miss
I nomas . tmg most gracefully tts
i ! Mimstrewu . jgf ' "- $iiu?rf"i
usMn Mi Doiteh. ' . ' ' -
Hurts -Mrs. lloltolunv ' " j '
Howie Miss Pprtoh .
I iiiham - Miss Pa ails.
( lucMtt- Mrs. King.
Houston- Mis Aston.
I'Ik Te.is W'oimui Mrs. Mus'hyv
I he Hovel noiv-Miss Tliomas.'
I ab Mrs firngnn.
Out Hostess Mrs. Alexander
Hi "-nonse lv I lostosj.
ml tlr.inh a toast to the shrd dl
uis ( Uvton McOnuloy'pioposed and
' n K .t toast to the XXI dub.
Ilu d.i being tlio state iinlvorsnry
touH tltoiigli of liigb finality were
'-i a bit heavy and depressing as
i . io-w.urshii and idealization ib apt to
in So esper lai thanks ni cable to
'is (ii'og.m in her happy- loafat to
.-s sime Hlie galbtntly rescued Hie
timid litde .piiit ot humor and made
him welcome .U the R;ast
it is Impossible to .reproduce the
eiitin wurj. ol art but We can give
Mrs drogaiis lioiindarv of our state:
Te.ih is bounded on the east by
tin .lllgntors or Florida and tbe black
benv patfhos of Arkansas. On the
inn tli bv t!ieJomhn.wk of tint red
mart on the wesT by the chUi rob-tariii-
of New Mexico and 1lu bot
taiimles of old Mexico. 'and if t was
not for- that measly (Jnlf of AIuaIcoIi
would reach far beyond the south
flub adjourned voting th's one ol
the most oiijovnblo events in" its so-
" l.o .lunlor Division of Mie Ionian d
V ( k or Si. Caul's hit'cli bad a !ro-
i.ul ineeting wltb Until iJiavfoiM on
lunsdiiy Poliruary IRtli Tbcy ind
1( it busincHH seasinu. popn g.nnea
hud been arranged In vhch Allon
iirowii and Pnytoii Iniug won tlio
I riy.t ".
TlichostoBB crvcd-deliglitfiil "ier-
metto Bimdwlclius and bot obo(jolato'
Mrs Caldwell Mis. Sholton I'eyton
Irving Alberta I'lt.or Frances Mallo-
ly Llla IJasH Allan Drown Marga-
ret DuvIb Itiith Cbawionl and Uleun
The .lunlor Division ot tlio Woman's
Work ol' St Paul's cliurcb bad a bus-
iness meeting wltli Mrs Caldwell on
'lliursdav February 2t I'Vances Mul-
loi led tlio dovotlonal Iohsou redd-
ing tbe otii cimptnr of Cor. followod
bv i iivaper by Mrs. Caldwoll.
Iloll fall and rpading of tlio inln-
i bv Recording Secretary followed
The botteas served di)llgbtful iliilo
"iidwuhes and bot tea fo Allan
Hi own Francos Holllns Llla Hubs
1 lui Inlng AUiorta l'ltzor Until
1 ford Frances MttUory Mrs. Cabl-
1 'l nn i qionn nollo Hot
The Elizabeth Memorial church club
ili meet Friday afternoon at 3
n lo. U with MrH Ram Savaro
0m'm Medina liukesjieiire I lull.
Ali sdaiiie.i .) A (iray and Jesse Wal-
ker most ilellghjriilly "'"'"I'iL'll J)XL
Miriucspcnro ebib in open Hcssion oil
Monday afternoon lit the ody libiilo
or Mis fonniil. hi honor (;f "Tomih
Notwithstanding 1(( K(0y (m:
greenble weather most of tlbs jii'inberi
and gpesls innde Hiefr av to till
liOH)ll.'iblo hoiiif! where I boy Wfi'o sure
of a heitrtv blind clasp and cordluf
woleome by the genial hostesses.
.MesdaiuoK dray and Wblher Wfl-
0tned the guests am! ushered llielii
Into flio eheeiy living room with Its
briglit open 'fire blooming 0alys aiid
The president Miss Klin fockrell
cnl Ifd Hie ineeting to older add this
being Texas Day roll call was an
swered with Inddmits In Texari hl.sto-
ty. Mrs. MrDiiulM being absent AUhf-
Sallli: Da noil aoteif nS socrotaij jirxi-
Mis. Hray thon struclB (he oboids or
Atactica and all arose and sang lire
en l i iv; song
Mrs. .1. c. Unseen in a' very rb arm-
ing niannor told of tliu "Historic Spot?
in Texas with their stbries.
Some deliglitluf "Hits ot' ITiiwiitlcii
Texas liistoi. was enterlainiiigly told
by Mrs. Montgomery.
'Pioneers anil Natives .of Tovib"
was a splendid paper written bj Mr1
MeDaniel and nail by Miss DuneJl
Mis. A. M Uobertson siihstiMiiiur
Tor Mrs. HiiMioa read an excel (em ny
ticjo "What Indi'poudemc meanl ti
oilr Foiefatbers what it moans now."
The Alamo A poem written b Mis.
Nettie Powell Houston P.i'ingbiirst w.k
lead by Mrs. K.iuflman
Table Talk -"Noted TVxnns fn Art
Drama and literature." This firmed
veiy Intel esting and brought out main
facts about noted Texans. Mis. Wal-
ker nccontp'inied by Mrs. GiaJ m tlu-
piaiip gave two lovely vocal numbers
Mrs. ..Limes graclonslv'gavo an in-
sti uimintal piece.
Quite an enjoyable diversion was
next indulged la. This '.'I8 (jilestions
to w answered with' "Abbreviations of
Tb hostoftsofunsgihttid by.Jjejjdamo.s
foni'iid and Urawii .served a daitify
salad eouio with ooffe te: and uiliH
Jlllcks In the dub colors
TIiqso present besides Hie cliib niein-
icrs were- Mesd.imes Saylcj Dodd
Conic Poane latJiewa urown.
lllanton W. K. Hoone H (i. Hall. Hou-
nd) Hoppc. Miss Minnie Minter
' 1 f' n
lnlen".tlnr I'nlgram Will be Iteinler-
vl al Citiil wil Proslijlerlan
Church Siinilaii 7 :.'!!-1. M.
SObg Come Thou Almighty King.'
Song Fi oiu (ireeulaiids Icy Moun-
tains Is Uu" stutly ot Missions woitJi
while Mia. Howe.
Reading Mrs. Anderson.
Duett -Mi's.' Alexander and Mr
Wltal Women tire Doing lor Missions
Song-blow1 Out tlio Life 1-1"'"
Ileadlng Onieta ChiiKtophiM
Solo Mis. (J. 0. Creswell.
Tlio ISll'abetb diureli eluli met with
Mrs. Leonard last Fiidnyand the fol-
lowing members responded lo loll call
wilh a bible verse.
Misses l.lla Mae Hill Mar) Hrowu
West Uaoh. Mcsdiimes Jones I ookt
.liunes Mlake ivoenie ruin iiuu
lk'ldBoo Cuitn'nK""111 aIU bliul(;o
The greater ' wvl ot Him afl rnoqit
was aiieiit In sewing rags lor the rufrf.
to be sold b the club alter which the
hostess aiirvntl delicious hot chocobit-
The jiom muellng will lie held Fri
day atloinoon at :'. o'clock with mis
.MiSR-Arluun-CJtaillJVir 'la llla tluu
inlng hoalaaj for n dollshtiui I'om-
i'W nni iv on Saturday evmlng in
honor of lior guusls MIhs Cl.ua llo
Tliand Glayds Wynne of Hig Springs
Four tables bad been arrange.. .ii
ipilte a number of aniimitod gain.
wnm lndiilued Hi iillop wildi the hos
tess Borvcil a tlaluty Halad vour-o t
viiu.m miss. Wviiul'. Mary (atiilibill.
Kthd Campbell. LoiiIbo Schmidt StH-
la Sohmblt Huby Kdw.irds.U'naU II-
hou. Nollio Hall MrH. ' ' 'l J
Province lludt Mninlii Wl-"'.
Wrrj WIu'n Dnloilnlni'il.
Airs. Illii'i) wub bostaas Wednesday
of last wuoli to tlio "Mom Wives club"
at the homo or Mrs Kounctlt KIiib
The ladloa all camo aimed with
tluilr umliroldery anil upent a most ib -llehtful
hour In UiIh liloasnut work
then their work was laid aside and
tlio fascinating gamo oi t-ony nm
wna indulged in Mrs Henry Suylos
Jr mado high score hut cut villi Mrs
a niir of Sillliosp Mt'HT. SfiylQB n
inn viffiMftli. v
l.lflle .Mlsn DoroHiV Kinir diiiutllv
fiHlred and w&iniMig' Un dub ooloiU
( yellow and criiumju) 'on hor ainu
)iu)idied and ltit bcoi'ij At th tdoe
of the gnub' (bo hostess scrVod a iii
Hdnu! milnil cotir.Ho lo ttio IfoHoWliiB
Mf'BilamoH (Jliesler Ilorriiiaii Lilly
Will Fnlwller Duke Taylor A. M.
Klh'iiml Henry Sfiylon .!. C. W. Kob-
ol'ld Hurry Tom Klig 1')p Moi'iH
The dub will ctiiM 'iMiiiwiluy a'flor-
jioon wiiii Svi m. l.lH.v on Palm Su
The Missionary Society of Hie PJi-rti
PreKbyteiiiui diitrcb will moiit Willi
M nT! rniSr'ffay iSr'I'ImTsllaTTfTer
iiodn at ! o'clock. Marell 1 lib.
Farmeis-fihould bo' very careful Hint
HeUdfl ol llurihlab Thistle oho of (bo
most pernicious of all Weed pests are
liol brought to their fiiium through
alfalfa hay that lias boon grown in
regions iufcHtoil by this plant
llr. O. M Hall professor of IUoIokj
of the A. A: M. College has recentb
disroverod this weed together -will
living seeds in alfalfa- hay Unit wils
ittipoitod from tji'e w-ostoin states.
Nufivborle& warning .havi' alretuly
been Issued bv the College in regard
to 'the danger rrom airalta
and other small solids whfoh con
tain seed of Husslail Thistle. This
weed Jh one that inspires a ory lively
drend in every tinner. It is far jiune
to ho roaict lUan .Ijili'nsou Grass since
it is wholly iiJMiloss and since if is
yery linicli more dilliciilt to eradieatc
than this mtioli feared grass. Thoie
eb'olibl be the gi'eateSl cauHoii in lllv-
ing alfalra hay especially that sbio-
Iiod in Horn Colorado Utah and Ne.v
Mexico. The Thistle (an be loadllv
ibjected by its steinmv ffi'ucturp and
lij the bristh or spiny leal lets whic'.i
will pride the UllgelB when touched
. . ul .1. I I
or When t awn riLUiUll i"' m.-iih
Wow ( ol
are tonic I
Man In Had Cnmlilieii.
His whole body and sysiem in :i
fiightful condition caim.-d by hypo
dermic Injections and sink n-s with
ueiVousnoss a nil fright n yg'iife jujin
is being bold by 'tbn sheriff's force
pending arrival (if word front relatives
in Abilene. The unfortunate is confin-
ed in the eoiinty.jnil. Il-is said that his
ielativ's in Abilene are wealthy.
The man was pidvi.i up by the ff-
f ecrs at n San Augelo livery stable
wliote ho bad be-n r.iooi.lng on the
haV. When thp officj-rri arrived Hie man
wa? fianllcally hoggin-; two ritr.ingcrs
lor- inonoy Willi which to buy mor-
phine. His apply of Hint drug had boon
exhausted. 'His- lands were likewise
Doctors administered a drug to the
man at the county Jail. They say he
would bine been dead in just a short
while If cut off instantU from use
oi the ding San Angolo Standaul.
!RLS IN KNEE BREECHES AT
('..iuni.il iistiimih with j-atln Knee
j y . r
iw dri Ing bipod 6
m tiirnwbfgiloo in
1 Vomv Kidfi
a . :.B
IIH ne KTUiH-b ;iij
orrffffib and i f
tln f the I .u Ii
1 "IIV'II1 l' '" '
i.n .1.. i.. f..l M.
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IP'S AtKtyttsd "fcx wh TTfiT'LBT i' m JM WttaJmUttKBt
bbuK -ills ami -uinhul It wltb inie nice louurs ere j.iyie iupjuich
at tin II "'l I Said- In till' ago Tin women were seen altiroilfpfus frpm
ilu- eiiiriii ou tbo tlrM U.or to the go'ij balUoom on tbu 'UluMcolitli blory.
The piut w.is n Martha Washington mm l on for charity )y the Wicker
I'urh W utin i nub Koiuo or those who tool; part were tbe MUc IfJelBcher
Cmx uid Prb-Kt all prominent In Chicago society.
REPORTER THURSDAY MARCH 7 1012
IRE PLANTING DAY
Very rliir l.iil of Trees l'liinloil
. Around tile Coilt'l IlnilHo Varil
till Vcslci'iliij- Afleriiuoiu
YoHUifday uUhihomii was 1reo
platitlitg lime al tlio county eourt-
hoiiso yard and nuiny dllzeiiH liarli-
ciliated. The varloflOKyor trees sot out in-iUu'yl-J-
ddufs id-bearing ntul-
bo'i'riefi htickborrlcs and arbor vltao
The Hook aro about two years of
n go and have fine roots and if they
dd not live nothing sol out In the
spring month:; Will.
Many cltfoonp gave trees names as
(hoy wore pliinted and the potll Jury1
asked permission to name ono vol lo
lie set out aiid Judge Illedsoe la re-
Among the names given trees Tiro:
JOo llalley Abe Lincoln Cone John-
son Henry W. Orally Gov. 0. 0.
Colquitt Judge Will. Ramsey. Kd W
CarbiaoK Moi ris Sbejipard Hov. .L F.
Norris of Fort Worth o.x-OovorrtOr
11m Hogg Sam Sparks Judge llled-
bo'c Judge niantbii Dallas Scarbor-
ough. Jidda Jennie- Moore Sidney
Taylor Couittv Chic inprovement
Prohlhilloii Oneta Ciirlstoplier and
'gln Vird Shackelford.
A fringe of trees and shrubs will
completely surround the court house
1. and Judge niedsoo is of tlio
-rfjiion (hat ho will not lose many
If any of thorn.
The Dees are In. fine cotiditibn and
very well planted and will be careful
ly attended to.
q railing to
comply u'itlpHUiU.f'roviKions of this
osdinanco or violating any of Ui pro-
Visions thereof sbalj be deemed guilty
ol a lifisdomeanor and bo fined in ay
.sum not exceeding One Hundred dol-
This oidinancc jiassed and approv
ed August 27 1907. This means Unit
if von have not paid your tax on your
dog that Vou must pay it now as the
city authorities expect to enforce Ibis
Atfenlloii K. of P's.
Romoinber your lodge ineeting to-
night and bo at Castle Hall promptly
at 7:I!0 as there will be work in tlio
second and third degrees with d?
gars on the side.
Yob will miss something if you are
not present at this meeting.
PARTY GIVEN FOR CHARITY.
TTeei lies stockings of white plnl
uwjovno inn v oi
owjiiurji dog orh)gsr in
tfm!ts of tlio cJty yf
liTy to the City TiiAs-
f (iullector anr"pay h tax
lyft or dogs.oid obrainaroin
i ax Assessor turn i oubcioi-
v jr . .. x . . .
IjJtd to liave srch tag al all
:jnratoluaaibed on n (lillar
tAlw noT uthe dog Itfihall
awful fffi'Jmy person to u any
iijm a (ftp similar to the g is-
l the C ity Tax Assessor ami
l an ami not issued ny iam.
fflON r. It is declart to be
if wi'il) for any person toyieep any
f uiio which the tax as Jfforoiii pro-
I'd hasVnot been pnidX
SLICTIOIV 7. Any jA
s ' i
"QUICK MEAL" Steel Ranges-are in a class by
themselves being built with the view of making the best
that skill and money combined can produce.
A Range built with but few Rivets.
A tfange with Automatic Expansion Tubes that can
PANHANDLE AND SOUTHWEST-
One of the first otrieia acts of Hie
stookmen'H convention which convo
nod in tltiH city TtieHdny morning wan
to change the name of tlio organiza-
tion fiom tlio J'nnlinndlo Stoekineii's
Association to the PaiiliandlO and
Southwestern Stockiiien'u AHSoefatlon
-n move that denotes (ho progres
sive tendencies of the association and
shows a growth that nocessituloH Im
mediate expansion into moru than a
local district organization.
Tlio addition of tlio tut m Southwes
tern to tlio oillcial appellation of tbo
association is u fitting recognition of
Ibu support and co-operation that lias
boon extended from' this section as
well as a compliment to the section
from which tbo organization must ex
pect to draw its chief support in tbo
future The ieal cattle bu.sines
and wo mean by that tbo uuigo cab
tlo business has practically boon dri-
ven from tlio Panhnndlo. itjul other
thickly spilled districts of West Tex
as and Is finding Its iiornmaont hab
itat now in what wo are prone to do-
signato in this section an tlio (Sreat
Southwest embodying that portion of
Texas lying tvest of the I'ecos river.
Now Mexico. 'Arizona and Northern
Moxleo. it is In thlri section that tbo
real cowmen of tffe future will oper-
ate and It is eminently proper that
the great aBsijiciiUIon that had 'He
b'rth In tho Panhandle of Texas and
has grown lo such mlghly proportion!
through the support and co-operation
of tho cowmen of this section should
bo recognized In this appropriate mnn
From an liumblo beginning in tbo
town of Cnnudlau in tho Texas 1a-
hundle thlrteon yoarH ago tlio Pan-
hnndlo Stockinon's Association lias
had a truly phenomenal career. The
evldenco of Ms usefulness mill neceii-
slty Is reflected In Its inpliJ growth
which has been so gieat us to trans-
from It from an humble ndjunpt or
accessory of tho Cuttle Raisers' As-
sociation of Texas Into a mast formi-
dable rival. That tho Panhandlu
Stockmen's Association Is a rival of
the Texas Cattle Hulsors' Association
of Toxoh Is proven by tho ofTort thut
Is now iolng mudo at tbo Instance ot
the InttV organization ' t
merger tnicii nn"Hr h oojei-i UiV
at DnucniDToTonVniAL nox bv mailb6s
FROM PtAHTZN 93 111
It Ran nefiat Jims
A Raffoe JVtfat
jfef'J J mi .m .ii '
II'- -' lzTCri 1
HI jgpSj 'a4lj
.III UJI I 1 -' M I - iTV ' It
ill I LuW uii' cJ?Vv I
that takeijSrlT brains than
our fuel bill in half.
will do the work as represented wear
rand is as represented first
the one m our tront vvmclow.
The Union Hardware
COSWIPAlSyY . . ;r I
J.-' i 1
if p v r K
I8H eM J. 5 As Spring npproa- I
m I 1 1 H m m mWmJKim m I ono0f(ificrlcu('( I
mia 1 1 3 1 " Jr nm " " i" ' " " f(1" I
YOUjSQJJMmY I f"" "f Imiiurlllcs I
&&0&t!T'wFE&'Qr- gMi-Hie Iher Iiu I
JWnLT I L I JMLlfi 'O . neJJM' mifl hotels I
tejL b .-jljl nsllMilw. Tho I
StOBTiaLCrllJISltterS ter.s nm iiiiickiy J
IT REALLY TONES nD STRENGTHENS S!!!"'" "'" "'"1''
malntenauco of but one stdekmen's or
piuization wltliiu tlio confines of the
state of Texas
Tho proposed merger :s one of tho
manors of moment that a'U bo pass-
ed upon by tho Panhandle and South-
wentorn StQCkmen'd Association prior
to its adjournment and while thero
is some sentiment in favor of such a
ptoceeding the general opinion Is tho
lusty baby organization Is doing well
enough under existing eircuinstancos
and hiiH untiling to gain Horn homo-
logation With liny slilillar organiza-
tion of greater pretentions. This la
n matter however for tlio dotermhia-
llou of tho members of tho Associa-
tion and will doubtly bo thorougnl
threshed out on tho floor of the con
KrlondB of the Panhandle and South-
western Stockmen's Association bo-
liovo that they can sqo in tho tenden-
cy of tho times a reflection of the nor
lot! when It will establish permanent
heaibiiiartorfl In tboolty or 131 Pao
just as tho Cuttib Kaisers Atjsocln-
!tn "or Texnir V& now maintnininff of.
flees and general headquarters; lp tho
clt of Fort Worth and whllo thorb Ib
something of such a sentiment aire:
iy III oxlsto.ien and It will bo propor
lyeiicouraged by tho people or El Pa-
so U Is not; with tho Idea or detract-
ing ono lota from tho connection of
tho nsBoelntlop with tho Panhandle
country where It had Us birth and In-
(option. Tho Itloa of ultlmnto perma-
nent hcrndQunrtOru in Kl Paso is but
a natural development or the situa-
tion it is universally conceded that
this city bus by tho force- of circum
stances become the natural South
western Renter or tho groat livestock
industry nhrt that tho immediate fu
ture gives promise or tho quick: es
tabllshmoiit here of great paeHlug
plants ami a livestock muikat that
will be second to none In the Untied
States Under such circumstances
nnd conditions It can but bo expected
that the headquarters of tho livestock
association covering tho Southwest
cbnulrt havr and maintain Its liewl
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class in every
quarteis in tlio livestock center of its
torrltoiy with" tho privilege of alter-
nating Its annual conventions in tho
cities' of Its torritory just as It is the
custom 0f tho Cattle Kaisers Associa-
tion or Texas.
The fact that tho Cattle Rogers'
Association of Texas was organised
undpr a mosquito tree In Palo Pinto
county Texas more than a quarter pf
a contury ago did not carry with It
tho moral obligation to always malni
tain Its oillcial iieadqunrtors In Fort
Worth where thoy could be. conduc-
ted with Intelligent touch with the
general livestock situation. And the
same reson that carried the Cattle Itni
sors' Association of Toxas to Fort
Worth may bo appropriately urged In
favor of tbo Puhhandlo and Southwes-
tern liuudquad bolng established
poriuanontlyIn va Paso. 131 Paso
imny wants you
fulr trial and to
Hover In life flour
at you tfy qne
iler a daclc next
Henderson Reldoll 1 In tho City to
day on his last Viiuot the glna for
Ills report which will come out about
tho I nth.
FOR THE CiaLDBER
also s?u on jwis ptnsotis
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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/m1/3/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.