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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 3 November 1920

tE3he gttrilette iKontmg eporter 1 "lib ' 4JPa. FULL DAY ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT BY LEASED WIRE ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOV. 3. 1920 . . .. . . . rf NUMBER 2M VOL. 33 43 i) t. .. ... . i - II- I 1 ' "" -"' ' ' " - Kill l . j. ri a J j V .V' ft I Ik Democratic Chairman White Conceded the Election of Harding At Early Hour . NEW YORK Nov. 2. George White chairman of the Democratic National committee conceded election of Senator Harding at 11 o'clock tonight Mr. Whitt also conceded the election of a Republican congress. At 11:15 d'clock eastern time with the west and middle west still scarcely heard from the Harding landslide in the east was continuing with gathering momen- tum. At the rate the Harding plurality in New York State would be around the unprecedented figure of more than a million. New York City normally Democntfk was going for Harding by at least half a million. The governorship fight continued close with republican managers claiming defeat of Governor Smith. Pennsylvanki r...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 3 November 1920

f ) ..kAi ouiiiVtjivjijjLiii ol 1U20 .ilJluUiMj i. i M lul DM 9 ft 3 i a S M 3 1 K fl i U Charleston TV. Va. -Elthleeti prf4 fialla. TaxA3fcTh flrit ten ptS fctncts rave: pox 3776: Hfirdlnc 3135. Chicago ills Twentj' -even out of R.iM precincts In Illinois ihcludltr 23 jKiCdok county (Chlraco) HflrJ- lnffl7; Col 2.3i7. Twelve Chlea Ifn jwrcefhcta for Rover nor Small (IV- ptibllcan)' 2144 Lewis (nemoer1 MM. Joekaon Ml. Cox jjfiil ftotH carried Mi.mlpTl by th ttual dem- ocratic rnaJdritroS. "tftirhpliK Tahft Forty fflttr out of 2080 precincts In Tettriflftce give Cox 3.4f. 'tardlnr; lu For Hoornor: Soma prwlnrte. elre- Kobcrls democrat) .4.t. Tartar (dorrtoctnJI) 1 02 Jt. Now YofR ?? tteturns frtm 120 districts J9M of 2733 in XeW CJJ clve: CoS 14.00- HA nil he 30.1 Pel? 4S4i. New York-- mturn frtiin 1.tS districts out of 4 r.7S in N'cw York tate. outside f Vow York City Blvc Cox 136.70: Hardin 30497. UoUtrn. from si" district for eov- ornor Rlvo- Smith (deip) 147.GG9 Miller (rep) 100....

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 3 November 1920

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEX4S H I it I f 0 11 T 5 1 t t l 1 t A f b f if l t 1 nan Vox 29'. til Hirdinir GSR fT rrivals in Standard Merchandise Lolimvlltc. K? -Rnuirni from 1 l' pwelrwl oiti of 28 In IOntwkv EVfe: HnnTtne 2".4 o?l: Cox 272 Its For United Slatx senator- 161 pfeetneH pave Ernst (rp 249 i"5 B$tkhnm (dm) 24S 328. ' Kpw Orlpnnn t TweMV four prrHnrt Jn Mow OHfBtW oui of 1st gov Cos -lRG; Holding 2.04t. Sun rrjimtffiro Calif No? 2 in- cSrnpbHo returns from IBS cttM-d prednels in San FraheiBeo gav. for president: Harding LS9S Cot r7. For Untied State uenAtoi- Phelp-i (dotfl) 787; Hllrldgft 7JS. Milwaukee. Wfo. Milwaukee coun- ty six proelnetB: Harding ltl2 Jot EOS; D?U3 726. miiiimiiiimiimiimiimir iitHiitiiiiiuitiujiiiml nHituti!iiiii(iiifimiuiiii(iiiiiiiiiiitiitiiii iiiiifiiimi mmiimim!imiiim:mmiiiiiiiniiiimn;immi iiitimimmiiiiiimimiiiimiiiiiimimmiimimimnimmimiim EAD 7 iwimBim amir re its SSZ niniiiiiiHitiuiiiiUMiiiHiiHiiiiniHiiiiininiiniiunnNiiiiiiiiiiiiniiMiininiiii...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 3 November 1920

ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOV. '3 1920 " tkm Morning Reporter -I- Find the man of the Hour TJncle Sam M. D. The Sand-Man Just a Little Fun ! PAGE FOUR mm ii ! i i "ii'i fmi ' yWWMWWMWWWWy -W1MW.WMW1tlll III :t 11 ! ff- A . f 1 4 4 'tf r f 7M UBSCrtlPTION HATES Dully and Sunday - Tear tin advance). ............. $5 0 9K Months (in advance) tV fkreft Months (In advanca) 1.76 Owe Month (In advance) CO' Sunaay wnty 9m Tear .l.Si its Months JB Three Months 10' Atata rates for Zone 1 only. Addlttona ctae charge made on papers going b 9tc4 outside of Zone. 1 from Abilene r. i .. Subscribers falling to recolve their paper regular! will confer a favor on the nrvn&H t" ty reporting the same t the Business Office Pbono No 67 iiv- r nw.ua reflection Upon the chant cter standing or reputation of any per nn firm or corporation which may occut m the columns of TUB REPORTER will be giadb corrected npn being brought to the tri it. i. t the firm Mntr of ttvs Afttoclited P-sj rhe 4iiiiiH ta i ex-ius...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 3 November 1920

--' fSfTTfw I nJsw "" '- -.-v . .. i tf-V f TilL .vmLiNL ivi-i ujuiLaij vuiiiii. 1 i.JV. VO fr . I RECORD VOTE INDICATEDlSOUTREHN STATEB IN MANY STATES WHERE INTEREST WAS HIGHEST 01 T HEAVY VOTE TltH riltST VOTE BOSTON jfiuw Nov. . The tawn of Xw Ashford in UerKahire county w the first In MafcRscii i- to i rpn t im votfs for prtsi.ieiit todaj The fleCt l(Ml of the Vll ti . rxitn. .th.ildd-at 1.3Q a. m. and ranlt- t Ml M follows; fraing and CooJMbo tre- ili 2S t and Itooft vtt tdtm- rwjf J-"iW $ Sw Aafetord Kt HitRhes republican lit vote and I'ftwident Wilson (damncml) 7. I- rvonvnir i rui:u condii- toxs ix mot sTvnss ititixo hit m:w itu.MTf rnr-frrrrr ssasssw syrsg " st j. ' whether Watun (J lltrdjfia; r pb- .. 2-J?"' x"ta rraaal .j. limn or Jfirn M Cot demor-rat. '. at.xta ! No iUcaw .i- Aibech elected to SUceeed Woodrow Wil-1"' tnrooh thi sunn with th. utnn.lh 'son. tor if is generally agreed that bur womn enstmu their firt bwlnf. rlntf A miracle none of thr- other fnflf'" "I.Wnl ...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 3 November 1920

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE liiXAS tAGE SIX 1 nun inks m. i nt m ..nit.tJXW it'It.T. Til AfiKRIl TT LVtllJlllll IK I" llUIVIHVJiX W2G10N HOSpITAIi Saturday la to bo a Tag Day In AM rOne as In nil otr cities of Texan ihcn the phblte Will be naked to eon- -vttKln in Mir. fint ' Titl1xil la llOlrlff L ..UMmu v .. .....v. ......-. - r. Ltsed w (Somblcto and equip the Am priean legion Metnoflal Hospital at !arrviti. Thlsf tinanltal. fc-hlMl 's to- hje deoted to the treatnr nt nt form r Pfotdlera and aailorj suf oiirir w'-h t-i- I1' Greulbsls haa been aken o- er by the '"imoJcan Lfglen nt Txaa and a $3 0 fr;00 fund s needed lo pin ii ti condi- tion to cftro for tl hjndidn of tui.e - I Ular fcnsca among i.-jrvke me:i of rune State. - fir. Stewart Cooper. Drt L J. Ptek- J.rd and Itusseli smitn comprise the Committee In charge orarrangement 'for Abllene's part In the campaign. M.tra. Leo Slgnor IS eo6peratlng with a he committee In enlisting young lad- It'on fnr lin n'trnniin nf iltantvilni...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 3 November 1920

iHE ABILENE UEPOKTEH ABILENE TEXAS Li PAGK SEVEN . . . 1 eass--sia- s saw s I . i m& i-sb aw-nii N -s t i . "3-rfc.w tK. jew V (J r Rates and RecuUttom for Classified Advertltlna In ThtE ABILENE DAILY REPORTM Afternoon Ntoht Mall Edition o advertisement accepted for lew lhah 256 Each Insertion ?toh woTd each Insertion 1c Sunday Morning each word iwe II advertisements Are ciuth In ad- vance. Vo outs or blackface type larger than it point accepted for Classified oIumno. ill of town orders must be aceom nled with cash. J advertisements' accepted on a 'yijorbjd" order; a pacific nura f of iniiertlofts musf. be given. Ueo to dlajeonUnue' any ndver- utnent must bo ghen In writing lorwlge. w will not bo responsible. rewire the rlKht to place all ad- rttsenients tinder tho proper elns fji'altoti and lo reject unclean or Potlotmble copy. trrlsements ill be accepted over phone irom telephone subscribers tlios having regular charge ac- orn ts TELEPHONE 67 d dictate your advertisement to if...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 3 November 1920

uui.wiiij555r5Hi5imiimKH0N00m iimjw mijil PAGE EIGHT THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS i. i i.i 1 1 UmsSSSmSSSM&lMMMSSSSSMSMSmMZ Sellin ixl wcr r rice v U id' f-3 Down go the prices Clothes of Quality at Lower Prices Sale of new Dresses r I; t 3 it i M I If if m 1 Csl& . -. . . on ouifs now iW- rc $29 $39 $49 For Suits selling up to $1)5.00 nnd $7si.00. Two large groups of most desirable and beauti- fully tailored Suits for -women nnd misses nt these new low prices $39 and $49. At $39 Attractive Suits in Ser- ges Tricolincs nhd English Mix' lures shown in navy grey tan nnd brown; braid button nnd filr trimmed. At $49 A select range of au- thentic style crentionss braided ''embroidered nnd rftrietly tailor- ed. Tricolincs Serges nnd Bo- livifts in navy brown nnd grey. For men who want value Ginghams Percales Do- mestics at new low prices An assortment of desirable Dress Ginghams in many pretty patterns j now on sale at the very low priee of L19 PERCALES DOWN TO 35c 36 Inch P...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 8 February 1921

....... ..... -.-t.-l Strileue Jlomtng FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS BY LEASED WIRE VOL. 34 ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY FEBRUARY 8 1021 NUMBER 71 2000 WEST TEXANS STORM GATES OF RANGER Abilene ryjni Ranger LA I llh am TMidV Ml 1 DC ABILENE DELEGATION HIT RANGER LIKE THOUSAND OF BRICK IS GLAD WORD THE LOCAL.DELEGATION 150 STRONG WAS SENSATION OP MEETING WHEN THEY ARRIVED IN THE CONVEN TION CITY ; BY W. C KINSOlATlX Stuff Cone-pendent RANGRR Texns Fob. 8-TI10 big nolso of the third unuul convention oi tho West Txa Chamber or Commerce landed on tho Rood city of Ranger like u high explosive s)p.Ji shortly jh- foro noon this moining One hundred and fifty strong with horns and drums and whistle's going fuU blast and flags and Pentiums and banners ami ribbons waving to thv wide world tin- news that the AU West Texas Fair is going to be tlv big noise in this territory next Sep tembor tho Abilene delegation" lighted Jn lho convontion city with u re- sounding splash. . HPUded by tho Abilene Band an...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 8 February 1921

.is: -3il l;xi-u.LU jlvv 0 arc com is h ' ON SDH BASIS (By The Asoclatel Pross) IVASUINOTON D. f . TeU 7 Tlie coufrtrj1 la nuv In rnan respects on a stjUtiihr basis ei . niniilg4Jb.lllttll It bus lton for vpani Ooinptuiller of tlia f'ui- ront'V John SkeHun villium Infurmeil cnnErrss tOrtav in nUl hi deHorlhd ns hi "lie v unth aifil last unmut 10- jiort.' efliUton obvUilsly invited a ear uko. lint eoirinamed and pi Ices if manv buslc r'mirnodlties anrf'rJn nu- terialu have lelumeti t re-"?rar lev- els or below. ' it now remains for flu mlthlle- nian" ibe (omotrniler Jrola eil "t ulli'wt his profit t the nryf prices lie lore the ultimate cnftaaint'r' will if ote tin benefit f thr ledueeri et nr 1 li ' TjU' hi weVerMr "Willfajitfi utT i - !) let-(-nune "iv'hetliei a Hlitit ' n nd iillnin li 1 etcnei t n lower vac seale. Mills and (ui-tvulet 'i n.it Hiirril to iibeivif xitit tliej tan torn nut rDirimtidlUes t pricey thr nuli i iiin a l I'm d to vuy he upset ted i in? it ivietter for the...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 8 February 1921

MMRMiMMBOk-53; ' iiiItT'.!!')'-.1" THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS PAGE THREE SAYS CRITICS IF hiw t iimi imwwwwi i iy at i.fc . JRJ rmsiiiNo says iwxixtasauy roii him to ai'im:av -':- rOJlK IVAlt COMMlnV.!'. (By The Associated Irus) WASHINGTON D. C.r Feb. 7 Critics of tho American Expcdlttonnry Torces "hhVo boon completely nn BWoroil in each Instanic" by qomjx a n wltnessoH nml It Rooms unhecini(tr "further to consume th time" of var Investigating committees. Oeneril PershlnB wrote to ItepreBentallxo Flood democrat Virginia todn de- clining nn invitation to appear Representative Flood's suggestion that General Pershing appear fol- lowed the testimony of Charles O. Dave formerly general Pershing's supply chief Inst week The letter to Sir. Flood follows "Refeti'lng to our conversation on Saturday Uih jegnidlng iny appear ing before the sub-committee of vhtch you are a member I do not believer t Would servo any userul purpose. Hav- ing" followed to some extent tho pro. ceedlngs of t...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 8 February 1921

S PA3 ppy'R THg A1?1LEE RBPQBTJSB ABWSJ& TEXAS jMMKSUbafcMUUUHBjaMaa N. - Wa '... Bfc i. wt. Si v W' Ma w$ hi- f J. TV 'f Personnel of Abilene .Relegation to Ranger Sf t Shclton President Chamber of Commorefc. 0. B.' Tlttlo" Socrotary Abilene Allleno cnanuier or commerce. VllJ A fainter President All Wl Tpasf Fair ". J. Bryan. First Vico-Presldent Ajl' West Texas Fair. 1 JInks McUco. fiocohn Vice-Prm-dejit AU West Toas Fair. Arnold Karl Automobiles. Hurkott O. S.. Ovor Iltirdwaro Cp. Blckford D M. Corner Drug-Store Boyd Austin Campbell's Dry doons Bacon C. W.. Wooton arocerca. .Barrow B. a. Harrow Furniture'! Cgmpany. Bbyd c. II. Boyd Mat Market Doss II. J. MaLemoro jiae Drug Company. BroAVn Elmer Duggan Brown OV trlnhd Company. Bond John Rhorlff. Boss Dr. T. B. Sunt. Stat Bp- llontlc Colony. ' 'Barton Boy C Chevrolet Cars. Barnes Jack Lumber. Bohrons W. J. IIssdurt State Llf Burnett Chan. W. Neeloy Barnas Campbell. Price Abllono Gaa and iKkdtrlc Comnany. Cotton Oi J. Wostcrn Be...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 8 February 1921

wwinMm.miuLi ".iime1 t 3wnKi THE ABiLENK REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS PAQJb 1'uvitf k- . M UT J. Ur . .1 i ?' iW V-t -.1. S"- !' ' . y a r. 5 ' ''.!(.. ..( .. I. ' ' ' J flKV'tT : J ".'.; " TV' :.. ' 9n ' ;;v; ' i. . - .v A"'.'V . &' i- -.: W '. :.-.-vi:. I' '' " i ..' W:J '. j '. .v.- I If y C- C: ;::.- ' t !. -m ' &T--'X . 'V ' . t ' . ' iVi'':."'-'';:-"- SUIT UNIVERSITY WANTS HBB IBM Tl PEOPLE! I!D LV THE TEXAS JIOU.S12 ' inv"inv TO PROBE STRIKE CH u E R DAY PLAN MOtfllAV a nouso concur- VysWNKcb. 7 loot rqefclutlon was Introduced In tlA- i?l!BBll1lB niornlni; by ltenrenqnta tlVCS Illllrftvln rtf 1 .tiffu rAi.. HOOVOS hhl'l' tWpIllVifhil nthnr Wir... V. PlSHIon of moWnp tho piilvoi " ynot Texas iv n voto' ' tho boopli- i. i T; thp election -to Ijo hold in July l22. It proposqig to determine a - I or11innt (cation of tho University in oltnor Auritln or soine otlior city a: loxns. Thd bnHot shall have three propot.it ions nrinjtojion It namely retAinlng th ' iiQ. r?ltP 'W Jir'san...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 8 February 1921

PAGE SIX THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS "" . "' ' ..i. . . ' . . .. v "'-- ." I KM F.i (Business and Pleasure Ke4p Delegates Jump- ting During Fjrst Day it i- net' expected that many of the nli lii.its will elect to spend tho day hr- i : i-i k'ni'ldtrp inarm itch nt much 11m i 'itunt btininoaa is to be transuded i'i Tu'-sduy's meeting. I 1x n of t1ic must Important com- 'WiM' pi lo whlrli will I.. entrusted tie tank 'f cIccldniK what problems h'iit 'bi submitted to a vote of accredit id dt legates at tomorrow' session twi i luppointed this morning by I'thMiU fit ' li..rclford. The committee on nmno- I tum will Mlb'iut Ht lonti rrow's ill" !- mt recommendations un whlrli i.i'tii'ii (Will tin taken liv the i OHVeiitH n. Uiii (committee In composed of . l. tot- llfViig members: Clifford .imi . Fktir. Carl Guin. Bs dinger VV". V. ' Crawford Waeu; Kuircne Sli mi'im iFnrt Worth; tienernl It V. Sum hi 'Waeo; Llndsey Imiiliti. llrw.nivuoi Jamrt Gilmariin Kllnsvllie. ' Thf- nominating co...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 8 February 1921

Trrniiiii imniti mr THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS PAGE SEYJ.v IS w m r r . tK Rules and Regulations for ClaiilfUd Advertising In THE ABILENE DAILY REPORTEH Attsrrieoh Night Mall Edition No advertisement accepted tor less than ...25c Each Insertion Each word each Insertion ...... .1c Sunday Morning each word....1t.o All advertisements cosh in advanco. No cuts or blackfaco typo larger than Ix pptnt accepted for the Classified Columns. Out ot town orders must be accom- panied with cash. No advertisements ncceptod on n 'till forbid" ordor; n specified number of Insertions must be given Notice to "discontinue" any adver- 'tiscment must bo given In writing otherwise we will not be responsi- ble. Ve reserve the right to place all ad- vertisements under the proper classification and to reject uncleun or oblcctlpnable copy. Advertisements wljl be accepted over the phone from telcphona pubncrln- ern. or those bavins regular charge accounts. ' TELEPHONE C7- ' and dictate your advertisemen...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 8 February 1921

PAGE EIGHT THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS -4 B? r t Ir P JPn 'trtt b i udiJ fJ Jim roi I 'I'd !! 41 UJ It 4 f Xln ScJ '3W J.' 19 ;w ou ha Tin Utd cd SpJ del cla I noj IJof ltd !' CO Btft Cart aU; 'del ing i me ij ; i! CO J att tn ui tl IK IP 'g i imJ ' th ' Co 5 'ret) 1 en .wW I .hie 'f Jed ijwoc I by loth ;cn it I I I ll i WUGH W T S IS DEPARTMENTS AND BOARDS BE MADE RESPONSIBLE TO LEGISLATURE. HAVE URGE OF F Ncff Advocates Turning Public Funds Into State Treasury and Paying Them Out Only by Special Legislation. AtflrTlN.-Tr.. Krb. 7. AI1 depart. Jnonts bMitdetirid comrnl.ialona of Tst UH DllOUlil lr JI fU rrcipoualhlr (lu the IfglaThtu.' Htid un'i.'i tii gup! "Moo of that i..iy rtovemor N'if ddnrd in ft fnifM'MK' i' din liKlamtiire ih' mnrnlnffi. "It Im not wl policy to parmlt fitly Offlwr of any department of tba govern mont to lnt m hikI t ap- propriate Midi iii-H rm bo plenso to tint running ot 111 jmrtlculitr dftuarl- iniiHt" ! Kovernor aald. "AH imbHo fumlH should Im turn...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 8 February 1921

.- Maw . fUE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS PAGE SEVEN i J i. ii i . A . Ut O' ( I T -I r r 4 . f Ranger Ambitious To Build For Real ' Civic Achievement Chamber of Commerce Has Program Which Includes Extensive 'Plans for Great Municipal Advancements By GEORGE W. IcDANJEL Jr. 11ANGBK Texas Feb. 7 Perhaps tlio llvtist Chamber of Commerce in West Ttixn with the i-xceptiOn of th" Wet Toxiih oruaniztion is fomxl lt Hanger wheru tho workings 6f thin 1il8tttuti0tr nri) efficiently carried on by flvo energetic people. J. E. T. Petera (popularly known hh "Pete") 'as manager is ably asslsUod by O C. HjimmoiiR aBHlfitant manager; E. M. Owens collector and bookkeeper; Mrft. Verna Crawford general offlco asis- tant; and Miss Inez Davis Htenogra. plier and filing clerk. The Ranger Chamber of Commerce Vas ro-organizod April 15 1920 tinder the direction of tho American City Bureau and adopted a program of jwork ahd launched a Campaign con. Hinting of twelve planka' which when carried out and It is ...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 8 February 1921

laatfT...g-U.3PS - iAfiL biorn; AlilUiNJS ;iEXAS .TUESDAY FEBRUARY 8 1921 tut: Fn 1 lit 1 ut I uia 1 ks ic Jwt m t dci ird BrJ flc( oa 3pt' loll 3)a lot ion I teci inq tar) tls con 3tr ira ill lcl IK 1 cotl attt TioH tho altl tio cot) afti hot ten Pi ipe the (I cot rctl ln en idel co ' Ject Of ' wo cx n- by oth -t Cr i r R 4 Abilene Daily Reporter TELEPHONE lIfSiil Clrcuhuioa . 67 .III a rronl 701 .SUkjsprllPTIQN RATE Dally and Sunday. Ona.year. (lh advance '!?? SIX Months (In .advance) 00 Three. Months (In advance).... ...... I-Oli One Menih (In advance).... 7SO Sunday only OetT H-" Mxketbi "o t5ra Month .....- 0O Abeva rten. fof Zoae l only. Addltloaal MUW charce made oa papera cla tP jafceea ouMda. of Zoas 1 from Apllaaa. aHcrlbers faluns to receive their paper ruianv will confer a for ok the miUMXaenl byi reportlns the aame the UuvlneM Office. I'hon No. 17. to Afey erroneous reflection ipon the chara- ctac aundlnx or reputation of any per- eoa. flria or corporation which may occ...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 8 February 1921

4 tent . t ' ' " i - '' ''-'' i ' ' '' .. '.V'. .' :'-V& ;';.'' '( upu C W :x. '. v J . :'iY:". 1 - ;?jv; 5v; 5V V y .'v." ' v..' UK. i 'V.' ::v $ .1 - :jr- ' - v 5&"' ' if -.vf EASTLAND COUNTY ! ISAFTtRFARMERSlABDUT IlAXttHIl CIIAMIlHIl OP COM. jwuon" iikaus movkmknt 'i40 ItKlQlL'IiAT13 IWUMS. Staff Special to The Reporter. IIANQISK Texan Ft-'b. 7. A "Uack to the Farm" movement which him boon on foot In IlnnRPir for several months Is resulting In. the reriopulu- tion of ninny faVnia that have laid idla since the briiiRinif In of oil. Tho Chamber of Commerce ( fostering the back lo tho furiri. inovonioht ami Im fiottlnfj rcHUlts through publicity mid pursoiial work. lit 1920 Eastland County had a population of 25.00Q practically all oi wnom wore directly uepenilent on tho farmH and ranches of tho county for their livelihood The hint conu gave-the County a iioimlutitti V about fiB.DOO about one-fourth of whom are inakiiig their living on the farms and ranches of the county. I...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 8 February 1921

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Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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