The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 176, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 28, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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ABILENE DAILY REPORTER THURSDAY MARCH 28 1012
Uexas IPoltVca Calendar J9J2
ij.nl 1 On or before UiIb ilnte
nillfoiorslmH furnfHli din conn.
. t. . iimi hoard ( comity iijl. t'oiuu
v .i.iit iimi Hiiei'iiri HHinici l'B.h or
. in of t'iicii precinct wh i have
.1)1 jnxi'B or it(i.tiicil .'..jiMj;'i.
..VijIicatDM . -1
m.i 1 I'riniliry convention . w-.
i ii cnmtldaiPH for prOHid i; ami
iufHlfli'111 Wllldl Will b'Ml.l lli'lt
v hi crtuii'y wminnviofiij
iv 7. County convent 1om in re-
.i to jiii'rflrt.'iit and v."o' ii"Vi:i'iil
(i'IKIltOH Ifi TTtUtO OOll.'fMtil'll.
.. VK Jiinrrt e'eittVihttiti. .n in
- - ?V fef.. -. e'wi -mf Vy "f"
. I (I) pIl'hld'.lM .Ul'l Vll'O )H!Slll ti
. 1 1 dHt'Kiili'H lo i.(ilton:iJ conven
i m nninitiUte chiulil;iloK for olec-
I in' :i ('u.ididuies for party tiniut-
urn lor titnlo olllees ahull lllo ap
ji rt urn on or before t liltt date for
. (in primary halloi. Applications
lie tilled liy cantlfdntpfi or liy any
i m -the (pi!l)fk'(l voters
i .iic JO. State executive commit-
i sii til moot on (1ih date to eeitlfy
i .oiiiitv chairmen names of candi-
ii' loi Btaio oiupes apn positions to
- placed on pililuji V ballot and to
Mine pi no for holding state cohvon-
.m 'n AitKUSt.
Iiinc 1.i. On or before thla date
itiilidatcs for GlllCes io bo filed by
ik (iits of n HpiKle county or pot'-
mi theieof mtiHt lili application for
i.iui' on the pi Unary ballot with tlio
mini) chairman. Candidate or any
w.inxllvp qualitlCd voters may file.
Iiine 17.--Coiinty executive commit-
i. c meets to determine order of mini-
on ballot to name sub-committee
in ike up the ballot and to finnsact
luue is Republican national con
Million opens at Chicago. Total uiim
"i- ot delegatus l7S ol which Texas
i ntitled to foity.
ii.k 21. On or before this date
mdidates in piiintiy election must
i j ballot fees.
Inrie "'. Democratic national coi'-
r.ii meets at Haltimoic. Total ninii-
iii i (lf delegates 1.072 of wh.ich TeX is
entitled to forty.
I line 27.- Last day upon which en i-
IiiI.iich for Pulled States Senate can
Mo application to have irmies placed
i'ii piimarv ballot. Application must
!( made to county eha'rniau of each
Inly 8 S(f)-cominttcr.s of county
eeutive committees meet to make
up primary ballot.
July 2...-On or befoip thi dale
I't-isons who hae lemoved fiom one
''pctlpn piecpict tq nnotliDr must ap.
iitv to counl collector for record of
nth transfer. On this date county
'ollector shall' furnish county ejec
i ion board with supplemental lists
bowing transfers. This applies only
itf cities of 10000 or more inhabitants
July 27 Primary election and pto-
( nif t comentioji day.
ug. ::. County executive conimit-
iee meets to canvas returns. Coun-
iv convention will he held
Auk. r Commissioners couit may
ii'foini election precincts.
A iik. C. Mnnngeis ol political heid-
'martei'H or others who have expen-
'ted money in behalf of any candidate
0 political party must ille statement
of expenses with county judge "wlthtii
'en days after primary election. Cm-
dictates must file UenuVed statement
of expenses with county jldge within
Auk. 12. State executive commit-
tee meets to canvass returns from
Auk. I'.- All parties hold state con-
Auk. 2(1 On or before this date
names of all candidates to appear on
official ballot of general election the
Mate ami district olllees must be coiv
i Hied to secretary of state. This Is
(he laBt day upon which independent
or non-pnitlHiiu candidates can apply
for placo on ballot
Sejit. 1. On or before this dnte com
inlsHionorH courts Hhnll tlio wjth tlio
county clerk certified copy of order
establishing election preclnctB
Oct 15. On or before (IUb (hitp the
county chairman of any paity hav-
ing cnudidatcB upon the olllclal ballot
may nominate a supervisor of elm-
1 1on for each voting precinct
Qct. ah Oh fll' boforo this date per?
sons who have removed" from one pTo-
duct to nnothor miiBt npplj' to coun-
v collector for record of such trans-
fer. On this date collector ahull fur-
nish election hoard with supplemental
llstii fdiowlng such trnnsfcis. This
.ipplIcH to cities of 10000 or more In.
Nov- 1-General election.
Nov. "R On or bpforo this dite
landidatos nml mnnnBorfi. nuiHt lllo ex-
O'iiho nccoHHt'wHli county JudRep.
' ounty commlBHlonora cuiiyhbb olec-
Nov. 25. Secretary of Stato enn-
tKHCH jotiirna for presidential eec-
Uec. !!. Socretary pf Stnto canvnBB-
1 returns for Htntp oIIIccb (except
senior) and for district ofllcefi.
Ian 8 11 1013 Jo&lBlntro In 111 at
vek nftor orgnnlzatlan satirAjbJd r
a iriiB for govornor and llcutonattt
'hi II Innucnrallnii of j?o'(iu
Mar 4 --.luatiRiiiMlion of Incsltlenl
of the Untied Slates.
MeollHBs or executlvo coititnlltepa
In tespect to the mutter or KelectliiR
deleKillCs to' national conventions tire
subject to call of iho chairman of
etch of the respective committees.
i tie time for all other meetlnR for
Hitvh committees Is fixed liy law. The
places of all IhcHO meethiKs may' be
named by the respective chalimen
The lespeclivc executive committee"?
nnineH the places for all the conven
- Demorrntle-votorH will nct " in re
apeet to idesident apt! vice president
In" pmclnct conventJonB oply u.ilen.1
the Bttlte. executive committee shall
older a piimnry election In that
ovenl voters will act through pre
cluct conventions and primary elec
Rebels Win DntUe of Jlmlnez
.H:UNRB Mex. Mnr. 27.- The v(c
tnry for the rebeln Is complele tit 2 lil
this afteihonn. TTi Iimi of the Feder-
al tinopu covorjng retreat under n
heavy lie of artillery hfive left 11m
MK.X'IC'O PfTV Mnr. 27. The re-
HUlt of tile bat tin of llmlncs'. ycjsterday
luiH not yet linen nnnoimeeil by the
government authorities. PreparntlonH
are being made to defend Piiebla
against Zapat t.
WHAT AILS YOU?
MIONA Stomach Tablets are gua-
lanted by Mel.emore-Rass Drug Co
to end indigestion or any stomach dis
tress or money back. 'I'liey reliev
......... ... l. ... tt... 2..tR.. 4
liini- IWIIIill'IIH l IIVl" Illllllllt'-i. jJC
M1-0NA for belchinl of BaSjiT
MIO-NA for distresl acca(ng
.iin. nil iiiiii iiiicii
MI-ONA for bliiotisni
Ml-f)-NA to wake i
.l I-ij-NTor hetiEniufn.
rtiii-.i wirTurit iiuauaxna jf
Mg-u i unniervoiih iiysiuepsi:
'm O-N'An night sweat
MI-GpS for seasickness.
yatiBk after si7hano.net.
ri-O-NA fcukkvcu'tlng of pregnan.
f Makes well Vpurc blood imtfi gin-
ger vim fiur vitalpv into the whole
Fifty cents a large box at McT.emore
riass Ding Company and diuggists
Teachers Meeting Postponed
County Supeniftendent L. T. Cuit
nlnglnm President of the Central
West Texas Teachers' Association
announces that' on account of the men-
ingitis siuintfon in the territory of
the Association the annual mening
which hfttf been called to meet at
Stamford Saturday April Cth haH
neon indefinitely postponed. -Ho states
thatChe meeting will likely be held
eUifhig the autumn months of thH
This AsHociatfon (s one of the lar
gest District Teiehers' organi.atfons
in i lie state and u is to be regretted
that the meeting Is to he postponed.
The program as has already bee.i
announced thiough the press is a very
excellent otie and would have accom
plished great good for the schools of
126 SUFFRAGETTES ARE TRIED
Judge Sentei ces Succession of Wom-
en Id Prson Terms While Others
Are Bourjd Over
I.OXHOX Mar. 27.-One hundred
and tentv-six women lindci cliaige pi
the window smashing ralus in London
on Marcii J and 1 were placed on trial
Trav'eis Ilnmphiifts In his speech
for the prosecution cmphnHi?cd that
tho raids. were an organii'ation's at-
tack on piopevty and could not be
Judge Wallace sentenced a succcs
h'on of sulTragettcG to terms raugin
from four to six months' imprison-
ment. In some cases wheie'the worn
en promised not to repeat tho offense
thcy weie hound over to come up tor
judgment if called uprtn.
Mrs. PnnkhuiBt Mr. and Mib. Pelli-
Tele Iiwrencc joint editors or Votes
For Wohien and Mrs. Mahel Turk
appeared agi'-'n at Row Street police
couit todav to' answer to the charge
or conspiiaev and i-iclting to commit
malicious damage to piopeity. A pris-
oner who is serving a term in IlolJo-
av jail after conviction for window
smashing testified Hint bags of stones
and hammers hail been served out to
herselr and others from the suffra-
gettes hcadquaitois with eiders to
The pflsonrs were again remanded
Is an a.
i can cip
witw .vim"''! y
Uf Toomeiir j
ckitdie and p
wiucn wi'iu v
Iv ddlio Will
stilt of Kidney
01 E. Olive St
; "I suffered
alns In my kid-
Pills n good trial
iders for mo. Today
day's work and not
feel tho effects." For gale by Mclemoro
Boss Drug Co.
We are authorized to announce Ip
tills Issue T. Jl. Willis for Justice of
the Peace Place 2 Precinct No. 1.
Mr. Willis hufirtftted thia ofllce durlni
and he Is asking for
Carefully consldei hs
folfen tho .itul
mi nnugun ftt
ii Hiwer who y
kiioy and Tiyr
akon Uicv sys-
Compound Is a
stops the cough
the cnusc; soothes
tho Inlamcd air imBsngcs and chocks
tho cold. Keep (ilwnya ojj Imnd Ro-
New Mexico Elects Senators
l)y ABBocIated Pi 88.
SANTA FH. New Moxlco Mar. 27
A. II. Fall mid A. 1). Catron wore
olocted United States Senators today.
Roth of the men nro Hepubllcansi
cioifjh Ife po
iiBiiey until iiw
ll.il lnll 1IW
1 ibiu uinvu
I acl entirely r;
I l-ir sale i
"in Bovoro la
B. "I wouiii ne
ftor each tit of
ght n bottle of
all tho coughing
ised It can't ho
C. A. Oltiflshi;
esteivN. Y 1
hU cliro bo
PI I Is. After
"I am only
or of Fole
left me an
'.mil t nViiW
If t (W to If
fl'vy I did JjR
from a long
line he says
it learn noon-
fl. In n few
Kiiella left me ntul I wtts up longer an-
noyed at night. I feel 100 per cent
better since using 'Foley Kidney pills.
For snip by Mclmore-RasB Drug Co
.Mrs. .Jiiiu' Ilopkiim mnUfi (lcslyiiotl nlit: iiindc- Id stum! linhj
hnni'hsj siilil o.n n cIonc1 I'n.slt tunriu. Tim now Sjii'lng FtUortis will
plnsp liio hoys. iiti(1J lie iholliors. Pi-iocs $3 50 TO JjtO OO
Toy Airship Free with
each suit this season.
Wash Suits excepted.
J. W. Bogar& Co
' l.n .i i ' Vr- i
The "Child's Welf
challenged the :
it al supporters
leVs Ilone a
healing and othiug
sale liy McLemi
ic a t omuourid
jfniglis and o
M to croup
im yield ciufcl
ikl Tii. f'
tiy to the
llties of Fo-
Invest gate Texas' Opportunities
FOHT WORTH Mar' 27 Festus
I Wadu president of the Mercantile
Tmst Company of St. Louis and a
number of the ofllclals of that con
cerir leceiitly passed through this
citv en route home. Thoinartv has
been in Texas for some time and yls-
ted all parti ol the state wjth a view
eif making futtlier investments.
In talking with a represcntn'ivo of
the Texas Commercial Secretaries and
Business Men's Association Mr. Wade
"Texas is the gieatest stato In the
Unio.i and its wealth Is increasing so
rapidly that most of the people do hot
lealize it. The state IS practically
untouched in its agniculturnl and mln
eral resources and the future of its
commercial establishments and its fi
nancial institutions are assured. No
other state can compare with Texas
its lmlimltt'OjfaMMiCiunlticH "
FCU . .-.. A.1-. F
curiviug iniojwn s
Sn.S Vnfir Ti
ftotioli of the
IB In o n
kidneys give tone to
Jorg&ns nnjn restore the
cpilck In results.
For Bale by lQLemore-13ass
Think'. II u Good Time lo Try Alfalfa.
.1. W MeFnehcrn a fiula farmer who
believes in and practices devorsiflcn-
tjon was In Abilene Wcdnesdny on
business find reported i-onslJeralile
daipago to fruit in his section by late
1 W while he hits tried everything
else but Alfalfa ho Ib going to try
that this year believing it a good time
lo got It well rooted while there Is bo
much moiBturo in the ground. Ho will
put In five acroa aB ii starter
STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO
LUCAS COUNTY SS.
Frank J. Chonoy ninltcs oath that ho
Is soniorjmrtnox of tho firm of F J
Chonoy & cTo.jVloTng business In Iho
city of ToleiMCOy!Uy ulhiStnto nforq
said and jfiarfrBnld firm vliM pay -the?
Bum of JflE IGNORED tt)OlXAUS
for eachjnnd very castor Catarrh
that cnot $ cuirl1)y tlio uao of
& HSjEsy mmmm
The Only New unabridged tipflj
Contains the pith andmexjee
of an authoritfirorbrary.
Covers evQryjBcd6rzm knowl
edge. An2nt?9cl0peuia in
singl i too
The Only jDioiwhary with tho
400000TRTjKis. 2700 Pages.!
hnliiymion dollajft. 1
rita for BamplCt!
pages f uil par- 1
ticulara etc. I
f OR THE 'CKlLUKEh
A LOO FOR GROVH PEIISON8
QUICK - SAFE - RELIABLE
NO OPIATE! NO NARCOTICS
FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR
A COMMON COLD neglected may gc
quickly into CROUP BRONCHITIS 01
PNEUMONIA which often means a sud
den fatality. Keep FOLEY'S HONEY
AND TAR COMPOUND always In the
house and give at first sign of a cold
Refuse substitutes. '
forty-five horse power Rntnblpr "Sur-
buran 1012" This car has been sold
to Sam Young of (his c(ty and is one
of tho prettiest enrs that has ever
been unloaded here. It is an English
purple lnke with Japan Fenders and
dark trimmed which presents n new
an attractive appearance.
Sold roiton ut 10.30 Wednesday.
K. L. Jvqlth miltl tvlvo bales C cot
ton to Alarah Hart hero yesterday nt
10.GO all round. Mr. Keith had his
cotton well stored nt homo brought in
samples a tew weeks ago and told the
buyers when they felt tlmt they could
give tho nbovo price to phone him.
That beats '"peddling" the Btnplo on
tho streets and this writer hopoB to
live to seo the day when every farmer
will he able to do Just na E U Keith
ljnnd very ensoti
ot ll cmarify
heforo jio nad BtihBcrlh-
ny proBcnco thlf Ota day or
or A. D. 1880.
IU'i Catarrh Cut Is taken Inter
nally? nd acta dlnretly on tho blood
and imiBwus suducos of tho system.
Send for tBWtrmoninls freo.
F. J. OIIENY & CO Toledo Q.
Sold by nil druggists 7fio
TnUo Uall's Family Pills for constipation.
1012 RAMIILER S0I.P.
Tlio Knox unci McPaulloy Garago ro-
cilvrt vpqtordny n four pnBBcngor.
ThijJTexaB Woiraer cureB.Uldnoy
undjWadder tronlfl8VouT'es gravel
cuip drabeloBut'iikiiCTd laTno UiTckfl
rlciwintlBincmldrTl irregularities ot
tjb Kldneyjumd bladder in both men
idnvoincAi. RegulatOB bladder trou-
eJln children. If nt sold by your
fulglBt will ho sonby mail on re-
olil of $1.00 Ono wall bottle Is two
loimliB treatment nd seldom fulls to
iorft a cure JRr. E. W. Hall 2020
iMlvulj-epteC IiOUls Mo Sold by
rugglBta. Send for Texas testimo
Sayc no Smahpox Epidemic
FORT WORTH Mar. 27. There id
no Btnallpox epidemic In Fort Worth
according to Dr. Ralph Stelnor who
mudo a careful examination hero yes-
terday. Not only Is thero no epidem-
ic ho Bald hut thoro Is no clangor if
tho proper and usual precautions nro
observed. Ho Btrongly emphasjzed
tlio Importance of vaccination. Ho
had found lie Bald that less than two
per cent of tlioao affected with the
We Have Just Received
A New Shipment of
Order Early and Ayoid the
F. C. Digby Roberts Pres.
Hotel St. Andre1
Broadway and 72nd St
oi-firs stirrKiOR M
kctuslvffvamlly and Translcntllotel
CdTducted on European Plan
Rooeni Single unei Co Suite '
All modern conveniences abioli'tcly fireproof.
a few minutei' rije eo Thutrri and Shopping
District by elevated rvad .tutface lines and
Fifth Ave. tuge. Subway express and local
nation at door. & u ROQT( Mammbi
Cash Grocery Co.
We have just received shipment of
MA C K E R E L
They are fresh fat and juicy.
Three for 25c
Also a fresh line of genuine
diseaBo had been vaccinated and those
not since childhood. With vaccina
tion and rigid Isolation of B'nallpox
putlontB ho declared there was no
caiiBo for alarm.
WHY HE WASN'Tk ELECTED
Tho wnyB of village politjtolaiiB are
strange hut occasionally profitable.
nepresoutntlvo John II. Meauoy who
bulla from HlacliBtone described one
instiinco to a group ot fellow repre
sentatives who woro talking together
In ono of tho corridors of the Btate-.
"A political olllco n a small country
town was vncnnt" .iald Hcpresentn-
tlvq Meanoy "Tho olllco paid $2fi0
a year and thero was keen competi
tion for it. I happened to bo in the
vlllago when tho contest was wag
"Ono of tho candidates I2zolttol
TIlclcs. wo will call him waB a elirowd
old fellow and a neat campaign fund
turned over to him. To tho astonish
mont of -all. however ho waB defeat
"I can't account for It" Bald ono of
the HicltB party leaders to mo gloom-
"A delegation wont dowjt to 8ee
Ezcklel who was found calmly Binolc-ln&
" 'With that money wo should have
won. How di'd ynn lay It out? Vt
Two cans for 25c
Cash Grocery Co.
O. L. GIDDENS Manager
The Store That Grows
S. W. Phone 164 Roberts Phone 131
Canned Fish Assortment
Lobsters Shrimp MeMenmnin Crabs Jnpancso Crnb Mont
Cod Fish Fish KIiUccn Breakfast Hal KipporeU Herring Jlor-
riiiK in Tomitto Hnucc Iuncy Snlmou Fnntsy French Sardines
PHONE US YOUR VEGETABLE ORDERS
"TITE LEADER" WIUTB DOVE FLOUR
'OUlf OUAlAN'JBBYOl!Il MONEY BACK IF NOT
CHANDLER GROCERY CO.
S. W. riitrno 219 Pino Street Ind. 31 & 104
Itlel was ashed.
" 'Well answered Kzeklel rcinnv
IntT bis pipo and exectornting thou-
KhlfUlly 'yer see that olllco pays oil
ly $2G0 a year salary aad I didn't aoo
no sense n paving 5900 out to get
tho olllco so I bought n lltlp truck
farm liiHtoad " "Doston Traveler.
Tho wlao rpod oiHctat buya road
machinery and material only after
a thorough and Impartial Investiga-
tion of tho merits of all tlio itw'l
and machinery on tho wrkt
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