Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 140, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 8, 1917 Page: 2 of 16
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TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM, TSMPLE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 8,1917.
We Are Now
at War With
Geo.W. White & Co.
Will continue to sell splen-
did shoes at reasonable
prices so long as our stock
on hand holds out.
Women's Pumps that cling
close to the ankles
$3.00 and l'p
Women's new Strap Effects,
made of fine glazed kid
$3.00 and Up
Children's white Duck Strap
Sandals. Celluloid buckles
and excellent fiber soles.
5 to 11 $1.25
11 1-2 to 2 $135
2 1-2 to 8 $1.50
Big Girls' Pat. Strap Pumps,
fltit silk bows, 2 to 7.. $2.00
Mr. Man! Our Oxfords fit
snug around tops, jam up in
arch and give plenty room
across toes. We fit them
scientifically. Our prices
$3.35 and Up
MTU II. S. Ill IE
PRESIDENT OF REItl'BMC SAYS
INTERESTS LINKED WITH
THOSE OF AMERICA.
Yon can have a wealth
of Beautiful Harr
IN® 11 GONE IIJ
Nothing equals an aureola of
beautiful hair as a frame for a
face. Without a background
<A»ociat«d Pres» Plspatch.)
PANAMA, April 7.—The president
of the republic of Panama, Dr. Kamon
Valdei, signed a proclamation this
afternoon committing Panama unre-
servedly to the assistance of the Unit-
ed States in the defense of the canal.
The president also cancelled the
exequaturs of all the German consuls
The proclamation declares:
"Our indisputable duty In this tre-
mendous hour'of history is of a com-
mon ally, whose interests and exist-
ence as well are linked Indlssolubly
with the United States as the situa-
tion creates dangers for our country
It is the duty of the Panama people to
co-operate with all the energies and
the resources they can command for
the protection of the canal and to
safeguard national territory. The at-
titude of the people was foreseen and
interpreted faithfully In a resolution
unanimously adopted by the national
assembly on Feb. 24 and confirmed
by later laws and the moment has ar-
rived for the executive to act in ac-
cordance with the declarations of the
supreme hody. I, therefore, declare
that the Panama nation will lend em-
phatic co-operation to the United
States against enemies w ho execute or
attempt to execute hostile acts against
the territory of the canal or in any
manner affect or tend to affect the
"The government will adopt ade-
quate measures in accordance with
the circumstances. 1 consider It the
patriotic duty of all Panaman clti-
sens to facilitate the military opera-
tions which the forces of the United
States undertake within the limits of
our country. Foreigners, resident or
transient will be obliged to submit the
conditions of this declaration."
It is announced that Germans resi-
of nice hair a really pretty face
frequently becomes plain but, with
It unattractive featurea assume
life and beauty.
Evety woman can increase her
natural charm by using Kewbro'a
Herpicide. Herpicide makes hair
beautiful. Dandruff aaps the vi-
tality of the hair. Herpicide applied
intelligently and regularly, checks
this destruction of hair life and
prevents the hair from falling out,
giving it a snap and luster, a soft
silky fluffiness which can be ac-
quired in no other it ay.
Application* may be obtained at tba
L r| a>. », a, m , LaL ~a — —
nest Dirucr snopc mo nair orcssMg
It b guaranteed by The Harpicide Co.
in floating a $5,000,000,000 bond Is-
sue. by popular subscription, an ad-
vertising campaign will be conducted
to impress the American people that
by subscribing to a loan for the allies
they will be furnishing a most pow-
erful weapon to their country.
FLEIIIIEllElf IM APPEALED
.\|>|Htal Filed In Court In Austin Yes-
terday to Be Considered Wednes-
day, April Eighteenth.
BE SUPPRESSED fi¥ 8. S.
(A..ocntr<l Fi«»g Dispatch.)
WASHINGTON, April 7.—Suppres-
sion of German propaganda in South
America was discussed at the state de-
partment today by Counsellor Polk
and Ambassador Sprlng-Rlce. Hugo
war profit* made by Germans in
South America, it is known, have been
used for interfering in various ways
with supplies to the allies and with
furnishing supplies to German raid-
ers. An extensive German under-
ground system has been established
throughout many countries.
Defeat of the system, It Is declared,
is made sure by the entrance into the
war of the United States. This coun-
try and the allies now control most of
the world's shipping and bunker coal
and German agents In South Ameri-
ca, if unneutral, can be kept from
selling their goods abroad by refusal
of cargo space and by refusal of conl.
Argentina has had the most trouble
with German propaganda. German
agents there are thought to have been
instrumental in supplying raiders and
to have brought about part of the
condition that forced the government
to embargo foodstuffs, leather and
Brazil, too, despite its present agi-
tation for war. has suffered from Ger-
man efforts largely because of the
large German settlements in south
Brazil and German control of Bra-
zilian exports. Until the sinking of
the Brazilian ship Parana a few days
ago the German element has been
able to stay any action that would
favor the allies.
It is believed probable that the
United States will enter into negotia-
tions with several of the southern re-
publics shortly with a view to sup-
pressing these activities.
ship that the German submarine U-G3
sank six ships on Oct. 8. The U-63
operated in the steamship lane travel-
ed by vessels from New York and
Boston to European ports.
Word that the raider was approach-
ing the New England coast caused
great activity in naval circles, al-
though plans for dealing with the
enemy were not made public. The col-
lector of customs made every effort to
get In touch at once with shipping
agents at other points to warn them
of the danger.
Seen Off Virginia Capes.
Newport News, Va., April 7.—A
German raider was this morning re-
ported off t. e Virginia ' apes and all
shipping in these waters has been of-
ficially warned accordingly.
The presence of a German raider
off the Virginia Capes was officially
reported here today. A sea-going tug
has been dispatched to sea to warn
all outgoing and Incoming vessels and
to order all outgoing vessels to turn
back. The tug Is equipped with wire-
less by which she Is expected to reach
all ships in the danger zone.
Captain Skoefield of the American
steamer Matoa, now loading here,
stated that the master of the tug call-
ed on him as he was passing out
about »:30 and ordered him to remain
in the harbor until further notice, ex-
plaining that a German raider was op-
erating outside the capes.
Have you hoard about It? If not
ring 15. _
More than 90 per cent of the al-
cohol and alcoholic drinks that are
made In the Philippines are derived
from the sap of palm trees.
Have you heard about It? If not
In the tropics there are snnkes
that fly, or, more properly speaking,
that make flying leaps of eight feet.
Have you heard about it? If not
.OUNG MEN LEAVE TOtAY
ID ENLIST FDR SERVICE
Information Can Be Obtained at Post
Office Regarding Enlistment
in Army or Navy.
A"*nionth ago the state recruiting
officer asked Dr. Dienst, postmaster,
if he would act as recruiting officcr
for the army at Temple and receive
$5 for each applicant accepted.
Dr Dienst wrote back that he did
not wish to be appointed a deputy
recruiting officcr with pay, but that
he would do all he could to advance
the enlistment 'of men. He states
that every day he lias been giving
out information to inquirers, and will
be glad to be of any assistance to
those desiring infomation. A num-
ber of those sent forward by him
have been accepted in the army and
Dr. Dienst states that the follow-
ing young men, ail in their 20's, will
leave today to enlist at Waco: J. 0|
Riser, W. M. Gray, G. A. Riser, E.
E. Bartek. all of OenavlUe, B. F. D.
No. 2; Herschel Hnddleston, Holland;
Edward Steinburg, Holland; Marsh
Brown. Temple, Route 7; W. H.
Hendricks and John M. Blackburn.
Have you heard ahout It? If not
All water and sewer bills for April,
May. Jui»c quarter are now due. No
discounts on sewer hills after the
D. M. SET BOLD, Supt.
There are 14,000 acres of land,
apart from public gardens, lying idle
NEGRO KILLED DY OFFICER
I'm rt let I Bad Black Had Made Threats
and Mmwed Eight When the City
Marshal Approached Him.
News was received from Eartlett
last night that Burt Dickenson, city
marshal of Bartlett, had killed a negro
yesterday evening. The negro had
been making threats against the offi-
cers. it was said, and saying that he
would dare any of them to come to
arrest him. lie showed fight when
the city marshal approached him soon
afterward and was shot by the officer,
It was reported.
And our gardens are late,
but nevertheless our veg-
etable c*o u n t e r every
morning is alluring and
attractive. Those good
green vegetables, that
make the rich red blood
flow in your patriotic
hearts, may be found
here in variety and abun-
dance. Also Strawber-
ries, Winesap Apples,
Call us up.
dent in Panama will be interned if
they give any evidence of be
volved in plots.
rlcttltural department again appealed
to American farmers to do their share
In the war by making every farm do
Bond Issue Proposed.
The bond issue proposal to make
possible a monumental credit for the
allies already has been approved by-
some democrat and republican lead-
ers and the administration expects it
to be presented formally in congress
within a few days and approved by
the end of next week. It is hoped a
loan of possibly three billion dollars,
to be extended without American
profit, will be available within three
wseks or a month at mo6t. After the
bond authorization has been passed,
the administration will urge special
taxes and other revenues raising meas-
ures and then will come tho army
bill. Today Secretary Baker explain-
ed the army bill to the house military
committee and presented tho presi-
de it's urgent request that it be ap-
proved with the selective conscription
order alio without unnecessary delay.
Men Must Be Trained.
He indicated that there was no
thought of sending an army to Europe,
at least until the staff plan for a
year's training could be carried out..
The house naval committee already
has under consideration and expects
to report during the com I n c week
bills to strengthen the naval estimate.
One would provide for graduating the
third year class at the naval acad-
The proclamation was issued after
President Valdez had sent a message
to President Wilson endorsing the
American action in declaring a state
of war with Germany "after the Unit-
ed States had given unequivocal proofs
of Its love of peace and had made
efforts to save western civilization
from the horrors of war and had
home with patience a long series of
provocations as Irritating as they have
(Aiwoctatm Press Dispatch.)
AUSTIN, Tex., April 7.—ln the
court of criminal appeals there was (
filed today an appeal in the case of j
Wilbur Elewellen, from Williamson I
county, given a term of ninety-nine
years In the penitentiary on convic-
tion of murdering Hoy McRInley at
Temple last May. The case was
transferred from Bell to Williamson
county on a change of venue. The
appeal will be considered on April 18.
Have you heard about It?
There are still more than 3,000
acres within the metropolitan area of
London used as farm land.
(Continued From Page One.)
Doctors and Eye Specialists Agree
That Bon-Opto Strengthens Eyesight 50%
In a Week's Time In Many Instances
sons objected to having the motto j
lowered. A number of pupils In the '
Irving school are of German descent. .
emy at the end of next year. Another
would give tho president the right io
commandeer small boats for coast pa-
trol, and the third would allot an ad-
ditional academy appointment to each
member of congress. Personnel in-
crease measures providing addition of
03,000 bluejackets and 12,000 murines
may be taken up also during the week.
In addition congress will be asked
to pass espionage and censorship I ills
to strengthen the power of the ship-
ping board. Upon congress will rest
during the next few weeks the respon-
sibility for rounding out the war pro-
l.il.c Salts to l'lush Kidneys If Back
Hurts or Bladder Bothers.
(Continued From Page One.)
The season of lighter
clothing is here, and we
are prepared to furnish
just the suit you want.
Our many different
grades of cloths enables
us to suit any taste and
JIMMIE JONES, Prop.
Cleaning, Pressing and
Quick Delivery. Phone
aviators who also harassed German
lines of communication.
Forty-four entente airplanes were
destroyed in one day's fighting. Ber-
lin says. Twenty-eight British ma-
chines are missing, London says, and
forty-five German machines were
driven down, fifteen of which were
seen to crash to the ground. Ten Her-
man balloons also were destroyed by
Field Marshal Unix's efforts to out-
flank St. Quenlin on the north con-
tinue. Between Jean court und Selen-
cy the British have advanced and
have, reached the outskirts of Fresnoy-
Le-l'etst. less than four miles north-
west of St. Quentin and less than two
mites from the Cambrai-St. Qnentin
road. There has been no infantry ac-
tion on the French portion of the
front south of St. Qnentin, but artil-
lery bombardments' continue in that
region and near Iihehns into which
city the Germans are reported to have
fired 7,!>00 shells in twenty-four hours,
killing and wounding civilians.
The sinking of tile Belgian relief
commission steamer Camilla is re-
ported. The Camilla was sunk with-
out warning off the coast of Norway.
Two members of the crew are report-
ed to have been killed.
Shipping whs detailed In many j
points along the Atlantic seaboard i
Saturday as the result of wireless
warnings flushed broadcast along the
coast that German commerce raiders
had been sighted off Nantucket light- |
ship and off the Virginia capes. Ves- j
sols in the vicinity of these places were
warned to seek shelter in ports while j
the reports were being investigated by |
th naval patrol. Navy officials said |
that u .doubtedly many such rumors!
would arise from the sighting of un-
Announcement was made by Minis-
ter of Justice Kerensky in Petrograd ' «"*
that If the Germans would follow the I
example ,f Russia and dethrone their
emperor this would "offer the policy >
of entering on preliminary negotia-
Kerensky, however, denied that
be. was going to assist in making a
separate peitee with GiTmany.
If you must have your meat every
day, eat it, but flush your kidneys
with salts occasionally, says a notjd
authority who tells us that meat forms
uric acid which almost paralyzes the
kidneys In their efforts to txpel it
from the blood. They become slug-
! glsh and weaken, then you suffer
I with a dull misery in the Kidney re-
Igion, sharp pains in the h ick or sick
headache, dizziness, your stomach
sours, tongue Is coated ani when the
j weather is bad you have rheumatic
twinges. The urine g(ts ebony, ful'
I of sediment, the channels oflen get
I sore and irritated, obliging you to
seek relief two or three time during
To neutralize thcie irrltat-ng acid?
to cleanse the kidneys and flush nt;
the body's urinous .vaste get four
ounces of Jad Salts fiom any phar-
macy here; take a tablespooniul in a
glass of water befo-o breakfist for «
few days and your lMdneys'w.ll then
act fine. This famous salts is ma 1 •
from tho acid of gr ipes and lettu.n
juice, combined wi'n lithia, and has
been used for generations to flush and
stimulate tho sluggish kidtie/s, also * >
neutralize the nobis <n urine, so it no
longer irritates, thus ending bladder
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive; cannot in
jure, and makes a delightful effer-
vescent hthia-water drink.—Adv.
NEW YORK, April 7.—-Two Ger-
mans were arrested today by the
police in an Kast Kleventh street
rooming house, where were found
eight rifles and shotguns, eight re-
volvers, a quantity of ammunition,
maps of the United States, compasses
and other paraphernalia.
DALLAS. Tex., April 7.—Reports
that alien enemies had poisoned the
city water supply spread through Dal-
las this morning and caused a rush
of telephone calls to the water depart- j
ment. For a month the city has been >
using water from the reserve reservoir !
at White Hock. This is unfiltcred. I
Today filtered water was again turned i
into the mains. Difference in taste j
gave rise to the suspicion that poison ]
had been injected into the supply.
GALVESTON. Tex., April 7.—An- !
nouncement was made today that the 1
Galveston harbor entrance will be j
closed from sunset to sunrise daily, i
beginning tonight. Tho order an- j
nouneing the closing of the harbor;
says: "All shipping entering the har- '
bor during the closed hours may be j
fired upon by th<? guns at Fort San ;
Jacinto or Fort Travis, unless their ,
identity is clearly established. In any
event, ships approaching the port at
night will be detained."
Send us your broken Glasses. Wo
re|mir tliein quickly and accurately.
(TIUISTI.W OPTICAL CO.
A Free Proscription You Can Have
l-'llled and Use at Home.
Boston, Mass.—Victims of eye strain
and other eye weaknesses, and those
who wear glasses, will be glad to know
that Doctors and Eye Specialists now
agree there is real hope and, help for
them. Many whose eyes were falling
jay they have had their eyes restored
and many who once wore glasses say
they have thrown them away. One
■man says, after using it: "I was al-
most blind. Could not see to read at
all. Now I can read everything with-
out my glasses, and my eyes do not
hurt any more. At night they would
pain dreadfully. Now they feel fine all
the time. It was like a miracle to me."
A lady who «sed it says: "The atmos-
phere seemed hazy with or without
glasses, but after using this prescrip-
tion for fifteen days everything seems
clear. I can read even fine print with-
out glasses." Another who used it
says: "I was bothered with eye strain
caused by overworked, tired eyes which
induced fierce headaches. I have worn
glasses for several years, both for dis-
tance and work, and without them I
could not read my own name on an
envelope or the typewriting on the
machine before me. I can do both now,
and have discarded my long distance
glasses altogether. I can count the
fluttering leaves on the trees across the
street now, which for several years
have looked like a dim green blur to
me. I cannot express my joy at what
it has done for me."
It is believed that thousands who
wear glasses can now discard them in
a reasonable time, and multitudes more
will be able to strengthen their eyes
so as to be spared the trouble and ex-
pense of ever getting glasses.
Br. Beck, an eye specialist of nearly
twenty years practice, says: "A patient
came to me who was suffering from
Blepharitis Marglnalls with all the
concomitant symptoms, as morning
agglutination of tho lids, chronic con-
junctivitis anil ephiphora. Her eyes
when not congested had the dull, suf-
fused expression common to such cases.
Having run out of her medicine a
friend suggested Bon-Opto. She used
this treatment and not only overcame
her distressing condition, but strange
and amazing: as it may seem, so
strengthened her eyesight that she was
able to dispense with her distance
glasses and her headache and neuralgia
left her. In this instance I should say
her eyesight was improved 100%. I
have since vet ifled the efllcacy of this
treatment in a number of cases and
have Been the eyesight Improve from
25 to 75 per cent in a remarkably short
time. X can say it works more quickly
than any other remedy I have pre-
scribed for the eyes."
Dr. Smith, an oculist of wide experi-
ence, says: "I have treated in private
practice a number of serious opthalmic
diseases with Bon-Opto and am able to
report ultimate recovery in both acute
and chronic cases. Mr. B. came to my
office suffering with an infected eye.
The condition was so serious that an
cperatlon for enucleation Beetnod im-
perative. Before resorting to the
operative treatment I prescribed Bon-
Opto and In 24 hours the secretion had
lessened, inflammatory symptoms be-
gan to subside, and in seven days the
eye was cured and retained ita nor-
mal vision. Another cr.se of extreme
convergent strabismus (cross eyes)
escaped the sugeon's knife by the
timely use of your collyrlum. The
tightened external muscles yielded to
the soothing and anodyne ctTects of
Bon-Opto. I always instil Bon-Opto
after removal of foreign bodies and
apply it locally to all burns, ulcers
and spots on the eyeball or tho lids
for Ita therapeutic effect. By cleans-
ing tho lids of secretions and acting
as a tonic for the eyeball itself the
vision is rendered more acute, hence
the number o£ cases of discarded
Dr, Conner says: "My eyes were ir.
b:U c.-nfitMO. oy.\!n~ ti t'i • . v.
strain arising from protracted micro-
scopical research work. Bon-Opto used
according to directions rendered a sur-
prising service. X found my eyes re-
markably strengthened, so much so I
have put aside my glasses without dis-
comfort. Several of my colleagues have
also used it and we are agreed as to
its results. In a few days, under my
observation, the eyes of an astigmatic
case were so improved that glasses
have been discarded by the patient."
Lye troubles of many descriptions
may be wonderfully benefited by the
use of Bon-Opto and if you want to
strengthen your eyes, go to any drue
store and get a bottle of Bon-Opto
tablets. Drop one Bon-Opto tablet in
a fourth of a glass of water and let it
dissolve. With this liquid bathe the
eyes two to four times daily. You
should notice your eyes clear up per-
ceptibly right from the start, and in-
flamniatiou and redness will quickly
disappear If your eyes bother you
even a little it is your duty to *ak»
steps to save them now before It is
too late. Many hopelessly blind might
have saved their sight if they had cared
for their eyes in time.
Note: A city physician to wliora the at)ov»
article was submitted, said: "Yes, Bon-Opto is
a remarkable eye remedy. Its conatltu.-nt In-
gredients are well known to eminent eye spe-
cialists and widely prescribed by them. I have
used it very successfully In my own'practice on
patient", whose eyes were strained through over-
work or mislit glasses. I can highly recommend
it la case of weak, watery, aching, smarting,
Itehlii;, burning eyes, red lids, blurred vision or
for eje» Inflamed from exposure to Miiuka, sun,
du.*t cr wind. It Is oue of the very few prepara-
tions I feel should be kept on hand for regular
use In almost every family." Bon-Opto is not a
patent medicine or secret remedy. It) Is aa
ethical preparation, the formula being printed on
the package. The manufacturers guarantee It to
strengthen eyesight 80 per cent in one week's tine
In many Instances, or refund the money, it Is dis-
pensed by all good druggists ill tills city, Including
.1. .1 Hooker oii'l other UrilgKlsts.
(Continued From Pago One.)
tempted to damage the machinery In
I order to render tho ship useless,
i The crew, together with the cup-
1 til in arid his wife, were removed, as
j were the crews of three other interned
German ships in the Havana harbor,
and sent to Cabanas fortress.
The old reliable food deal-
ers want to soil you your
feed ami cane seed. Just
ring 022 and they will do
(Continued From I'age One.)
allied governments probably will he
sent to tho United States, It was said,
to co-operate with American officials;
in levising the most effective moth- J
ods of placing funds at tho disposal i
of the entente governments.
Decision Beached Yesterday.
The decision to advance the allies |
a great loan was reached in nfer-
ences this afternoon between Secre-
tary McAdoo, Chairman Simmons of ]
the finance committee, Senators
Lodge and Smoot, the former rank-
ing republican member of the for-
eign relations committee, and Rep-
resentatives Shirley, ranking majority
member of the appropriations com-
mittee, and Fordney, Gardner and
Hull of the ways and means commit-
tee, and Representative Mann, repub-
lican leader In the house, were un-
able to attend the conference.
"We all found we were thinking
along practically tho samS lines,"
said Mr McAdoo. "1 expect to Issue
a definite statement wtthtn a day or
While officials foresee no difficulty
Long Horn Dairy Feed
Just unloaded a big car of
this feed, it is better than
many higher priced cow feeds,
and much cheaper. Ask us
We carry a big stock of feed
for laying hen's, also for baby
We have for planting maize,
kaffir corn, feterita seed, rib-
bon cane, soudan, cane and mil-
let. Let us supply your needs.
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MAY HAISK ARMY.
Preparations Under Way lo Place a
Force of 10,000 In the Field.
New York. April 7.—Preparations
to place a Cuban volunteer army of
10,000 men at the disposal of the
United States are actively tinder way,
the republic of Cuba news bureau an-
nounced today it had been officially
Two more German ships, in addi-
tion to the three announced yester-
day. are in Cuban ports, it was stated,
and will be seized with the rest as
soon as war become officially a fact.
They arc the Olivant, 3.S41 tons, in
Havana harbor, owned by the Roland
line, and the Constantia, 3,02ii tons,
at Cieiifuogos, owned by the Ham-
burg-American line. Both are un-
damaged, reports said.
The Cuban navy, it was stated at
I the bureau, recently completed a
' thorough search of tho Cuban coasts
| as a result of rumors of a secret Ger-
j man submarine base there, and has
! reported that no evidence of any such
i base was found. A patrol to RUaVd
'against the establishment of one has
been put in force in conjunction with
United States warships.
Our large stock of the best mate-
ria Iour quick repair sen lee at your
command when you break your
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by their overeats.
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(Continued Front Page One.)
Get a sacl; of Dandy Jim
Mixed Feed for your stock. A
trial will convince.
Brown Grain Co
Nantucket at 7:40 o'clock this morn-
ing. The deputy collector of customs
warned all shipping not to leave port
until further notice.
The raider, according to informa-
tion received by Deputy Collector of
Customs Wolcott, was bound west.
Immediately after the naval author-
ities were notified of the raider's pres-
ence word was sent to the collector's
office to keep shipping In port. The
name of the ship or station which sent
the report was not revealed.« A num-
ber of destroyers are on patrol off the
Ventures Near Coast.
It was almost within hailing dis-
tance of the Nartucket shoals lt«ht-
Your Credit O. K.
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Williams, E. K. Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 140, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 8, 1917, newspaper, April 8, 1917; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth474216/m1/2/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.