The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 176, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 28, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
AMLKWE 1)AU IMPORTER THURSDAY MARCH 28 1012
T ABILJCNfS PRINTING. COMANT
ahfterfrtl M MCotld-class mtlll at AM-
le TexM October 14 1003.
Ono Month (In ndynnco) -$ .CO
Tljrco Months (In ndyauoo)...fl.35
fy Months (In advance).. $2.70
Ono Ycnr (In ndvnnco)........$G00
Any erroneous reflection upon Uio
karacter standing or reputation of
Any poraon firm or corporation which
way appear In tho columns of The
Bportor will bo gladly corrcctod upon
lt being brought to the attention of
Stillness and Circulation SouthwoB
ler 67; Independent 67. Editorial
Office Independent 161.
Subscribers failing to roccivo their
papers regularly will confer a favor
upon tho management by reporting
amo to tho business ofllco. "
Give lis tho fire engine.
The Reporter Is not sure thftt 1512
Is not a good year for a big fair If
not a fair then a big agricultural ex-
hibit. The fellow who doesn't ngre wi'h
your way of thinking may not be a
very smart man but sometime" ho
happens to be right.
Friends of Senator Bailey are alarm-
ed over the conditions of his health
and he lias left Washington for a rest
lie declares that he will return to Tex
as in time to take part in the coming
From the way the election went In
Now York Teddy's hat is out of the
ring. The big president seems better
able tp tahe care of himself than we
thought for. If .the thing keeps' up
like it started we are going to prove
a poor prophet
Dallas friends of Hon. Cone John-
son are endeavoring to send a big dC'
legation over to Grcenvllip to hear
Mr. Johnson's opening speech for the
United States Senate. lr. Woltors
is already shelling the woods and tho
man who thinks that he is in fun
about wanting to represent Texas In
the United States Senate 1$ badly
off. The campaign is goii(g to be a
red hot number.
Tho Turkish and Italian armies
manage to put on a show occasional'.
First one and then the other claim-
ing victory. For our part its 1 hara
Job to get up any bort 3f sympathy
for tlio Tuiks. Their massarr.i of "-
nocent people In the past is too much
for us. The fact is we would l.Us to
sec them licked and that badly.
The activity shown by the Mineral
Wells and Northwestern and tin
Stamford and Eastern Railways
keeps up the feeling that something
Is doing in Texas in thp way of rail-
road promoting and helps to 'Keep up
courage. The years 1912 jiad IViJJ
arc going to witness a vast aumunt of
railroad building in Centra; West
The ten Chicago packers are a hap-
py bet of men. The Government gave
them a eloso run for- their money but
some careful work had been done in
covering up evidence by the compu.
nlcs interested. We supposo there
aro few people who doubt but that
the gtoat packing Interests have an
understanding In regard to prices
Uad teriitory but proving it in a way
to watrint tho conviction of the men
is another thing. Tho trial wll at
least result In making them more
careful as to their methods in hand-
ling their business hereafter
Apt II 2nd Dallas is going t0 oto a
special 10 cent garbage tax. apd then
the cltj- pi eposes to become tho olcan-
cst and most sanitary city in all tho
great Southwest. I'recfotts lives are
no longor to bq sacrificed to filth and
disease and suffering which has here-
tofore existed on account of the peo.
plo living in filth In that city Ib to
U'jyo aaemL No city ovor undertook
a grander work. The health of the
people should always bo the first con-
sideration In everything Property 1
a lino thing to possess hut health h
greater Tho rich In all cities have
been able to seek out tlio best por-
tions of tho city whore healthful stir-
rountllngB could be had but tho poor
the vast majority of the peoplo of
every city havo had lo llvo Ih tho cotir
gcutcd dlstrlela amhl filth and disease
am) e their children mid mcjubcra
of their families sicken and die ii
mny casus for tho want of pure- air
Jt Daljai sets tho example nitd Her
ltopplo arc kept well and Iwpjty other
cities will follow and thus much of
tliu yutforlng that comes from foul
city puri'PUhdlhliH. will be alovlated
pciw WHb wllj bo rednedd anil the
MMMttoy tlift't tUt) peoplo pay in tux t-a
wHi thu rpturu tq them thiee-folU
There rtrc no Moople drt tho face of
the earth bo wasteful ait tho American
people. Tlilrt'U particularly truo of U'e
people of West Texas. AW TQXAa pco
pie ni'4 bad enough but tho yuoplo of
this scctlpn tako tho prlzo. wo who
aro accustomed to seeing things Mt u
big scalo do hot stop to consider that
waslo 1b our worst enemy. As tho
country sotflCB up nnd U boconir-s
more of a question about tanking a
living the nutttor will demand mote
serious nttentlon. In tho North thoy
Ijoitt us had Hnvlng what they make
and the peoplo of this country jntiHt
brnco UP nlotm this Hue The Wrtco
L.Mornlhg News has the following Jo
say on tho wastefulness of tho Amer-
"We of this day and generation
boast of our modern Inventions our
Improvement nnd progress over the
ways of our forefathers; of our time
nnd labor-saving utilities but we do
not tnkc seriously enough Into consld.
cratlou "our Wastefulness. We su'c
just now beginning to talk of con-
sorration when It Is too lato to save
some of our valuable natural I'csoiir
ccs. We express sympathy for tne
tallow dip nnd the crude ways of our
nncestors boasting of the mrtny won
derful achievements of the twentieth
century But unless wo look more
carefully after our resources thnt in-
turo gave Us so bountifully wo will
be a nation of has-beens stripped of
onr resourced and future generations
will laugh us to scorn for our prlml-
tivenebs and censure us deeply for
not conserving all the natural resour
ces that should have been a source pf
supply for our needs for many genera
tions yet to come. We arc not only
wasting our own resources but wo
are desttoying by our wastefulness
the heritage that rightfully belongs
to those who are to como after us.
History repeats itself so let tm apt
be vainglorious of our physical ouv
mental and our mechanical achieve-
ments. We Should be but humble fol-
lowers of the pioneers who blazed the
way for our advancement for we ale
yet in the primary grade of the school
of life. No nation in the -world had
given it so many valuable resources
In the earth and in the sea but bb-
causo we have been unable to p'uck
a competency sq easily from the mar
velous stores we were led to'bojievp
that they were inexhaustible and the
consequences are we are now near the
danger line and must commence a
vigorous policy of economy and Con-
servation." President A. A. Allen or the M K
& T. Kailuay has tendered his resig-
nation and C. E. Schaff of New York
has' been named to take up the re-
sponsibilities of tho presidency of
the great system pet haps the best in
the entire Southwest. What eftoet
the change will have on the plans of
the company has not been made pub
flic although it Is not thought that a iy
of the present plans will be changed.
Plant flowers and grass and make-
your yard the prettiest in Aulnno
You will get much pleasure oat of a
nice lawn and It will add to tne beau-
ty of the city.
. o I
The Dallas' Wilson men will ask
for a preferential presidential prima-
ry and a petitiou to the end will be
presented to the State Democratic
Publicity in newspapers and" maga-
zines tonhe amount of 13(10000 inches
a year .on tuberculosis and its proven
tion is. being given by the press of the
United Sta'es according to an esti-
matu Issued today by the National
Asbociation for the study and preven
tion of tpbeiculosls.
If all the publicity on tubeiculosis
given by the press of the country in
the year ending April 1st were gath-
ered In one paper tho National Asso-
ciation ebtlmateu it would make a pa-
per or over oar. pages. In the hibt
four years during which time an ac
tive publicity campaign has been car
ried on the National Association es.
Untitles that ovor 0000000 Inches oi
ovgr 00 inllea of press notices On tu
beiculosis have beou published.
"Publicity (a tho very heart of the
educational campaign agilust tuber
cplosis" sas Dr Livingston Farrantl
tho Executive Secretary of the Na
llonal Association "Lttrgoly Jiecuisu
of tho Intelligent cooperation of thy
press? has the anti-tuberculosis move
meat in Utis-country been able to bo
come as t Ib the greatest organized
movement of Its Wnd in the world
When tuberculosis shall haVe become
a rare dlsHe tho American prcBB may
justly claim a largo share In thli
WjrrU' Counsel Gets Let.er
J'OIUP WORTH .Mar 27.-0. 8 Lat
iJmoro one of counsel for defense In
tho case of tho state vs. Jtov. J. Frank
worrm. perjury receded ait aiiony
moim loiter today wurnng him. "It's
no uso for you to try to defend N6r-
rls." The letter was mulled this morning
nnd rt'colvod. by the uttoriioy at the
court honstt while; he was engaged l
the tjiul ot another cubb
Do Quiz Do you boliovo In palm-
istry? Do Whiz Yes; to some' extent.'" "
Do Quiz Do you think tho hnnda
can Indicate that a man Is about to
De Whiz I do In tho caso of pick-
pockets. AFTER NEWS
The Medium Ah beautiful lady
you have come to find your future hus-
band; is it not so?
The Lady Not much; I've come to
find where my present husband Is
when he's nbsent
NOT SO EASY
Father If that young man comes
here again I'll throw him out of tho
Daughter You'd better go into
training right away then pnpa Percy
Is center-rUsh on his college team.
Jones So your son Is now going U
Smith--Yes; ho finally located ono
where thoy would not allow thq
'studies to Interfero with athlotlcs.
H m -tw 4A-. .
Bh Speech is silver and silence In-
H But the man with the nius
brass gets the tin.
Purjah Studio tot Ulabsy PUytub.
A CASE IN POINT
JJ h? V
. The iitniingi'inmit of Tho Kirs) Hlntt
Hank it TrttBt (' which Is increasing
Ita capital stock ffopt $50000.00 to
$100u00.fi Is very much gratified at
the eagerneas with which Abilene clt-J
l.ons ate subscribing ibr tho now is
sue of stock. While It has boon tin?
'purpoao'of thc'ofii sTocTihdlilers 'To
tako about two-thirds Oi tho n'
stock the tleumnd is so strong that it
Is quite certain now that the new
stock holders will lake a majority of
the stock that is being offered.
Naturally this young and growing
institution feels very milch cbnipli-
mentod to know its popularity with
the people with whoih it has struggled
and grown through such trying times
as It has expciionccd during its bhorl
life. Moreover Its olllccvsaml direc-
tors npiimiato very much the sup-
port thitt has been given it- and which
has been responsible for its success.
The value of an institution of its
kind can not be1 over estimated. The
development of any countrj is due
hugely to the ability of that country
to command money with which to car-
ry on Its development. A trusit com-
pany is an absolute necessity to
seciue cheap money in the North and
Wast and Invest it among ita patrons.
The citizenship of Abilene is glad to
see the enlargement of this 'Instltu-
tiop and will certainly ghe it that
supiioit which it so much needb and
HOUGH It r1ns Hkn the ralni
of tlic flonil Ilttlo mnn.
And the clouds arc- ttrbltldlnf; anil thlckt
rou can imiUo the sun shine In your aoul
Do winisthliiK for somebody quick.
Chop up half a raw chicken wash
a tablespoonful of rice and mix with
the chicken Add a tcaspdonful of
pearl barley and add with a pint of
cold water. Put all Into a Small but
tered bag and cook for an hour in a
slow oyon. Rico Is not always ten-
der in a specified time; tho older rice
is the longer It takes to cook.
Chlckeh Quennelles. Take the
breast of a fowl add a pint of white
fiasco and a tablespponfu'l of butter.
PoUnd the moat until fine pass
through a siqve mix with nn egg
Placo in a basin add a. quarter of a
pint of cream and Btjr well. Form
small balls In the tablespoon place
In a well-buttered bag lay catofully
on a broiler and cook six minutes.
Minced Chicken. Finely mince the
breast of a chicken add a tablespoon-
ful of cream the yolk of an egg and
a' Httlo salt. Lay In a small bag well
greased. Cook for flvq mlnttt03 and
serve In the bag Tho chicken should
be accompanied with toast
Filleted Poultry Mince a carrot
turnip nnd onion add a llttlo chopped
ham a pinch of sugar and salt plnce
In tho bottom of a well buttered bag.
Slice the breast of a fowl lay tho
slices on the prepared vegetables
sprlnTvIe with moltijd butter seal nnd
cook In a jlow oven sjx minutes .Tba
meat and vegetables aro all previously
Beef TearPut a pound of thick
round steak In a buttered hag and
cook In n hot oven for fifteen minutes.
Itemqve and fake out the meat cut In
small pieces mid squeeze through a
press. Season the juice and servo
Sweetbreads cut and served In n
whlta sauce heated nnd served In a
small paper bag is nn attractive dish
which w III appeal to a delicate appe
Plnclno tho Responsibility.
"Paw" qsked Tommy "how did tlia'1
kangaroo get Its nnma?"
"Thnt'8 tho name the aboriginal In
nbltants of Australia guvo it"
"Well I'm glad of that. I've al
uayg blamed Adam tor It."
And Busiineas Directory.
I) II. JOHKl'H DAJLY
Eye Kr Wosc nnd Throng
Office ono block west of poitoltlc
1. M tCaton J. M. Alexander
Oflltio In Alexander Dulldlng and
L. W. JIOLLIS M 1).
tfottrfl 10 to 12 a. nr. Saylea Uulld-
Ing. i to 0 p. in. IIollls Sanitarium.
OIL CYUUS N. RAY
ORtoopathlo Physician and
Office U-J2 Sayloo Buildlns
DR. W. ALFKfiD CUCIIKAN
Roberts Phone No. 2!li. Southwes
tern: Olllce 270: Residence iU7L.
Office In Alexander Dulldlni; Over
McLemore-Baaii Drug Co.
- - .
Office ovor Citizens National Bank
MOTZ & CUltTIS
Office over Citizens Natlonnl Bank
A. C. ANDEKSDJi
Woodwork at.d horse Shoeing. Re-
pairing Auto .prlng3 a specialty.
FKAMi M VTTllEWS
S. V. Phone 201 It. Phono 03
Night Phone Roterts 587R
P- your business apprnclntud
First Last and
All the Time
That's our Motto. Everything about
tlio establishment is tt tho highest
sanitary sort and jou tire sttro of the
very best. When you see the crowds
that gather hero see hnw much wo
sell you can understand wh our
prices rtro always bo much lower and
why wo can afford to do bo much for
We carry a fine stock
of seeji oats corn
cane seed and cotton
seed for planting. All
kinds of feed wood
NORTH 1ST STREET
Both Phones No. 693
Tablets Pens Ink
" Everything "
Cnme and Be Oi.
mmi anus com
The Want Suppliers
A R. vHHIhTOPIUm Prop
T. N. RUHSEY
Motz & Curtis
insure Your Growing Grain
Louis C. Wise & S
Ind. Phone 246 Chestnut St.
Yon bi-nd away trom Abilene for .MKUClIAXDJStf utcans thai nun li
out ol ciicitli.tion.
It tualtcs it (hat much harder for von to ntalio ti living.
We Inn in CAR LOAD LOTS and will make prices as low i you i.itt
buy away ttom Abilene.
Do tint Imy Wall Paper fiom Hamph' Hook Agents it means TltOI
1M.I.'. it on an sltort a toll you have to wait it) dins to get It It mju
bttj of tib m will delher It In -'0 ininutsf if jott have too unit It oil
can rMiiin it. ... tflM?SBa8: I
Ralph Paint& Paper Co
Don't look at your fine furnlturo and more with riisappojntuiont or die-
gust. Those accidental scratchos and tarnished Bpots can bo effaced.
Orr m Furniture Polish Will Do It
pkici; .- cut. i'i:n ltoiTLii. igayi
For Bale by
HARRIS DRUG STORE Chestnut
- y Tolephono Your
BARGAINS IN WALL PAPER
We have jti.st rcouivotl a litrc Kliimt'iil ul' niaiiy new an'l
itttractivo dosigtis in Wall J'.tiier of b prettiest and thu
largest variety ou have ever wen.
Many different patterns to fi'leet front tit allradive prices.
We have greatly reduced the price on Wall 1'aper anil can
save yon money if yon will visit this store and sOo what we
have to offer.
The Paint and
What is the Temperature of
Your Kitchen During the
H you burn the ordinary fuel (coal or wood) we
know. It's hot very hot almost
unbearable at times.
Coal or wood fire will heat the entire room. Tho
wise housekeeper will have GAS put in her
kitchen before the warm weather comes and
so be able to prepare her meals
It is far easier to keep fruit vegetable? etc. in a
kitchen whore GAS is used than one heated by
wood or coaj fire three times a day.
Lot Springtimo Inip Your Kitchen Umq Gas
Abilene Gas Go.
St. CROWN PHARMACY N. 2d St
Oraor to Thom.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 176, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 28, 1912, newspaper, March 28, 1912; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth334966/m1/2/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.