The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 179, Ed. 1 Monday, April 1, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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THE-ABILENE DA11A RftFOltTUll
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lonj Texas October i4 i9D3.
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frhreo MonthB (in advanco)...$1.3f
Six MontliB (In advance) $2.7i
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Any erroneous reflection upon th
iharaolor" standing or roputation 01
ay pondn firm or corporation vblcl
may. appear In vtbo columns of Thi
Reporter will bc'gladly corrected' Upoi
IU being brought 'to tho attention o'
Bujilnesa and Circulation Southwcs
r 67; Independent 67. Edltorla
Hfflco. Independent 151.
Subscribers failing to receive tbel
papers regularly Will confer a faVoi
ijpon tho management by roportiaj
eamb to tho business ofllce.
tHK STOltV OF TllK MA ISC K3t-
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MVM6 publicity hns "ecn given tho
(list wdofc "to n "naval omb6ra" story
fit ilie Mjilno explosion. vIIo charges
jthnl bo impulsive Cuban' offlcors ex-
ploded a jnino that the Spnnlards bud
ilnrcd near tho Maine for omergeney
.Wbllo this- story will "over go iAto
the history books Until more evidence
'a offered It will seem 1niislblo to
tny ono who knows Ibe excitable ami
mpulslVc rtiban chnractor.
Thd hasty Instability of the Cttbalis
vas riover better lllustj'atod than itt
be funoral of Gen. Garcia! Gen Tirooko
ind staff b'aVIng been placed next Gar-
EXT to a scpBo of hUmor
which is Iho sanest and mbst
certainly available means of escape mero
physical abgdnco linn lis advantages.
Judge Ramsey received a. great ova-
tion at Gonzales whore ho delivered
his opening address for Governor.
Abilene tho cducntionuf cqntcr
sounds good to us. Wo have the op-
portunity of making Abilene the cen-
ter for higher education. It is
snjinrcly up to the people us to what
they will do in the matter.
Five times has Bilrrell Oats the
negro who killed Sol. Aronoff a Dal-
las merchant hcen tried and given
the death penalty and fivo times lias
tho casp heen submitted tp the Court
of Crimin'nl Appeals buihr reversed
four times. Tho fifth appeal has just
heen argued before the 'court It Is
just such delays in executing the ver-
dicts of the juries that cause the peo-
ple to become dissatisfied with the
courts and take the Jnw in their owp
The State Democratic Executive
Committee voted 27 to -I agairist a
Presidential Primary for Texas. Wil
son men tavor tne pnmarj wane Mutters of state in China are in al-
those favoring other candidates arejmost IS linsotlcrt condition as Moi
jla's family the Cuban army nnd as-
cmbly wiilidrow in anger. Many Cu-
an ofilcors seated theniBolVes conspl-
"hojusly at a restaurant and drank
ha'mpagnc when the cortege passed
'iy some of them calling on the Cub-
ins to rise and drive out tho American
The theatrical extravagance and
lack of common sense In tho Cuban
temperament appeared when Gen. Ro-
sas printed a signed newspaper arti-
cle In which he said that "The Amer-
ican government is worse than Wey-
This impetuosity does not blacken
the Cuban character at all. As a peo-
ple thev have many virtues. Their
charities and public spirit would put
to shame many Of our private and
public tightwads. In temperance in
the use of liquor they arc even supe
rior to our people.' In all the deliri-
um that followed the declaration of
freedom from Sihtiu. a close observer
says he never saw one Cuban drunk.
Some of our soldiers swilled like hogs
on that occasion and the Cubans self-
controlled in that one respect looked
on them with just contempt.
Generous and'kind hearted no Cub-
an co'ild have wished to harm a hair
of any of our jackies. But touching
off such a mine would be just the
theater play that would tempt them
and the mentor of common sense
would never rise in their minds to
against it. Everything Is fair in love
and war and so in politics and the man
who can get things his way is not to
be blamed for it. If The Reporter
favors ono of the candidates above the
co finds herself. The two Republics
are having a hard struggle not along
thc-same lines hut from inward strife.
The very life of tho Republic is
threatened in China while in Mexico
others wd are 'for Woodrow "Wilson jtho aiadero government is fighting fort
uui. u mji.iu uluw man K'! t- uunu-itg llf0- Tllc Reporter believes that
natior we shall not feel that wo aie w B fnr ti nrI nf illlniflit.. .i.nti
ruined. The thing wa want is to s?e tho (.lincsc rcmbic stands. The ideas
some good Democrat elected PresW npon whIch the youhg Republic came
into existence arc the ones that un-
rterly all great nations and if hl-
na can manage in some way tp main-
tain tho present form of government
it will lie a great step towards a
Christian nation which will be one of'
tl.6 strongest the world has ever
When unexpected company arrives
and a meal must ho furnished in a.
Bhort timo it Is well to havo for such
occasion a shelf of foods that can bo
qhickly prepared. Ono may can ax
homo "chicken or sausages and other
meat's which can bo qul6UIy reheated
Tho soups canned and In tablet;
forni arc easily available 'and a 'salad
of apples and nuts is 'ono of the ma-
terlals which aro Usually In tho store-
A desBert may bo of cakes or cook-
ies with a dish of preserves or a pud.
ding can bo made and steamed In
twenty minutes served with a sauco
mado from tho jiilce of tho fruit used
In If. For example a most delicious
llttlo Bteamed pudding Bteamed in
cups Is made as follows:
Sift a cup of flour with two tca-
fpoonfuls of baking powder and a lit-
lo salt; mix with rich cream to piako
a soft dough; drop'a little in greased
cups add a tablespoonful of canned
cherrieB and nnpther spqonful of
dough. Steam for fifteen minutes set-
ting iho cups info boiling -water and
keeping them closely' covered. A
sauce made of the cherry julco thick-
ened and a llttlo butter added for rich-
ness is very good or cream Is better.
Remove tho puddings as soon as done
for longer boiling makes them soggy.
Tho serving and service of a meal
Is fully as important as the food pro-
vided. An elaborato meal put on to
the table without rhymo or reason is
not nearly so pleasing as a simple
meal well served by a calm and happy
Cold meats like i"oast of beef may
bo quickly served If ono has at hand
some of the good sauces to uso as a
garnish and seasoning for them.
A tomator or two or a can of to-
matoes seasoned with onion pepper
and a little green or canned' red pep-
per a bit of parsley made .hot with
cayenne and poured over nicely sliced
beef and allowed to simmer with it
gently for fifteen minutes is a dish fit
to serve before a politician.
Pickles peanuts and green peas
served on slices of orange (peel and
all) make a most attractive looking
salad and taste as well. .
. 'ML I
The JCotriedlnii (In tho vaudeville
skjitilhJiKc'tjors; are' not at all'llko
the 'Soubyett'c Why?
The ori.edlan Ships aro stranded
on thojVocks; actors hro stranded bo-
couso of the Jack of rockB.
OR THREE OR FOUR
And Business Directory.
DIU JOSEPH DALY
Ejf Kur aoc and ThroM
Offlco one block west of poitofflct
lt M. Ksto J. M. Aloiandur
omuo In Alexander Building auA
l. iv. lMUiiiis :r. i).
Hpura 10 to 12 ft. m. Saylcs Build
ing i to 6 p. m. Ilollls Sanitarium
Greon I wouldn't marry- a Wldov.
They aro always looking after num-
Wise I differ with you. I think
they are usually looking after number
1)11. CYItlS N.nAY
Osteopathic Physician fcsi
Office 13-12 SayloB Building
DB. W. ALFltED CUCUBAIT
Robert b Phono- No. 202. Southwes-
tera: OIUcc iI7G; Residence 2171
Office In Alexander Bulldln Over
MoLemore-Basu Drug Co
LIABLE TO BEAT HIM
Tlier are a number of things in the
report of the grand jury which ad-
journed Saturday that the people of
Taylor county need to consider. At-
tention of the parents is called to the
fact that it is their duty to know whore
their children are- and what they are
doing. Fatheis who have never served
on grand juries cannot realize the
.amount of evidence that is brought
out in the investigations In which
young people aro shown to bo Impru-
dent. Biit the chief rocompionda-
tlon that we desire to call attention
to at this time is tho need of a new
court house for Taylor county. The:
present building is i" a dupl'mibio
condition and is entirely Inadequate
for the needs or the county There
never was a tiuio wlum the county
could better afford' to build. Tho fin-
ances of the county aro in line shape
ami tho people need the work now
more than at any other timo. This
Is tho second grand jury to examine
the building and report it to be unsafe
and unfit for tho nsd of th county. In
our opinion It is time ror tho people
to take home netion looking towards
tho building of a now court house.
Office ovor CKizonn National Bank
MOTZ it CURTIS
. KOTATtY rriHLTC
Qfflce over Cltlzena National Bank
A. C. AS OEnSOM
Woodwork atid horse Shoolusr. Re-
pairing Auto 'prings a specialty
S W P'-ono 261 It. P'lonr S3
Night Phouo Roberts fi37R
P- "f your biislncDe appreciated
otz a. Curtis
You hflid away from
out of clrcalation
It makes it that
We bin In CAI
buy away fn
'Tor-AlKIU'IIANDlSliJ nifUiiH that much '
:dcr for yoii to make a living.
3 and will make prices u low as ou can
iti Sample Book Agents it moans TBOU-
tln Itltt hllV .Willi
4 jr f m '
II LI-: i&ivfiii are uliort a roB you have to wail to days to got i u you
hiivlW(i& wo will dolivorSIt in 20 minutes. yOti hni'o too much you
ci( return It.
Ralph Paint& Paper Co
I lb'' 1 1 4 'I JA
X J 4 'IV A I (X
Occasionally we notice something
in the papers about die duty of gjown
people to children. Too often we fall
to recognize that duty ir grown peo-
ple would make it a rule to always bo
kind to children and to take an lnt(V
est In thorn bad children would not
bo so numerous to say the least of It.
A child is perfectly sincere and any
kindness or Interest shown in is be-
half is always appreciated. Just us
the small tree may bn' trained and
canted to grqW as vou may desire to
June it grow so can the child be
lead. It is not enough to be xi to
your pvn child Help the other fel-
lows chjld and ho win help you.
There is no investment that will pay
better than kind treatment' to a child
Keep your premises clean and you
help to keep your family pnd neigh-
IXClj nothhlK whatever Imp-
pens to us outside our own
brain since notlilhff hurts us or Rives ia
pleasure eiccept within the brain the su-
preme Importnnco of helntj able to con-
trol what Roes on lit thnt mysterious
brain Is patent Arnold Bonnot.
wiu uu a Dnreciateo
view to rendering-
hapclled with a
fhr west servinp
KiiMJiMbEl 4VU hi Kon-Intftrh
dJDAosits of This
W tile Depositor's
1 State of Texas
MAPLE SUGAR DAINTIES.
This is tho timo when wp aro ready
to enjoy tho fresh product of tho
maple tree. There aro many delicious
desserts candles -and other dishes
whlh may bo prepared with maple
sirup and sugar.
Delicious rolls aro mado of ordinary
baking powder biscuit mixture rolled
and spread with' butter grated maplo
sugar and chopped nuts- then rolled
and cut In plnwheel biscuit The
sugar mnkes a delicious sauco for
them. They may be served hot with
cream as a desHert If so desired.
8andwiches spread with maplo
sugar and chopped nuts aro greatly
liked as a variety
Mapla Parfalt This fB a delicious
frozen dish. Uso a cup of maplo sirup
and the yojks of four eggs cookod un-
til smooth; a pinch of salt and a pint
of good rich cream freeze. Servo In
sherbet cups with maple sirup sauco.
and chopped nuts if ono likes yet tho
plain Bherbot is plenty rich enough.
Popcorn Pudding and Maple Sirup
Scald throe cups o( milk and pour
It over two cups of popped corn which
has been pounded. Let Jtfnrutjm. hour
then add thrco eggs slightly beaten
one-half cup of maplo sirup ono ta-
blespoon of butter and three-fourths
of a teaspoon of Bait.
Stir together until well mixed and
bake In a slow oven tlilrty.flvo mill'
utes or until firm. Servo hot with
Bonnie Clabber. Scald and eet
away a quart of now milk in a pretty
serving dish until It thickens tlefore
serving sot on ico to chill and uso
care to keep it from breaking when
taken to the table. Servo with grated
maple migar. This la a delisious Bum-
mer dessert. ' '
FIRST SfAf B BANK & TRUfST CO.
".w6 durf through Ufa w
gradually learnjf few things."
"The man ?vbo hopes to assort his
iadlviduallty fy -wearing loud ties
and coHy ivk u simp' nae'lng
flip In I JlSKSrw
U t ula''L') ' l' I HWEzmX5w r-i Ms
yt'PiT 1 n I'll I I flHFll r f k JS
lfea.- "- I FyfSK Lcfst
$ m J
S tt - n m m s3 wr Wifc
1r G cowing Grain
Loais O Wise & S
Ind Phonb 246 Chestnut St.
vmmnmxi3EiaL)wmi n ' mpi 'intmijAJim!ijsnEvmm
The Playwright Honostly jiow
what do-you think of my new play?
Tho Critic Don't ask me You're
so much bigger and stronger than
Motto. Ierythlng about
ibhment is of tho highest
Itary tjirt and jou aro sure of the
I When you see the crowds
ir horn seo how much we
sell you can understand wh our
prices aro always so much lowor and
why wo can afford to do so much for
The Aitlst (showing new picture)
This la tho best thing I over did.
The Critic Ob! well you mustn't
let that discourage you.
We carwa I
nf kpJjT am-
Mi '9 I
NORTH 1ST STREET
Both Phones No 603
Tbo PhJlosophor It's the man with
a pull that gets ahead.
The Politician Ye; but it's th
man with the head that get a pulL
and Bat Vn.
mm UHI1R GOMPJINY
The Want Suppliers
A R. CHRJBTOPUBR Prop
Dou't look at your fine
gust. Those accidental
Grr n Fi
HARRIS DRUG STQftrv
.r'je JrSr jpie by
moro with disappointment or dli-
tarrxlshed spots can bo effaced.
fish Will Do It
CROWN PHARMACr N. 2d St
Your Ordor to Thorn.
BARGAINS WALL PAPER
Wo liavc ju.st rccl
largest variety y
rge Kliiinnoiit oi' many nuw and
Y Paper of tlie prettie.st and the
r m -& m- m
Many difl'oretU jJftlledBsIo seU'et IVom at aflrnelive pnucs.
Wc have ijialfy ViuniceS the price on Wall J'apei't and can
save youificy il you lill visit this store and see what we
have to iffcr.
JNO. B. NEILL.
Tho Paint and Paper House
fur hill nrt nr infrn 4-U oj-u U
your bilt with you.
AbiJcne Gas Light Fuel
and Power COi
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