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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 23 March 1922

Cfje SMIene jltormng Reporter FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS BY LEASED WIRE VOLUME 34 ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 23 1022 -fourteen paoes PRICE FIVE CENTS ABILENE BUSINESS MEN INVADE OIL FIELD i'N'"ll'HI ' ABILENE CONTINUES SOUND GROWTH BY TREMENDOUS STRIDES IN CITY BUILDING While nlno out of ton cities largo and small throughout the Southwest havo boon crying "hard times" dur- ing tho last eighteen months aid eur- tnillng or even completely suspending all expansion Of public and private industrial projects Abilono which claims for Its motto tho slogan "A City of Opportunity" bus plowed steadily ahead on tbo long row of pro- gress started a decado ago With building operations In all parts of tho country virtually at a stand- still AbHt'tie has built or is now building inoro now structures larger and better structures tliun havo over before been built n any year of its history. At Uio present writing thcro aro under actual construction four new business buildings' representing an ave...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 23 March 1922

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS I ABILENE MOTOR CARAVAN CONTRACT FOR $300000.00 WORTH OF NEW BUILDINGS LET HERE MONDAY TO WALSHE & BURNEY CONTRACTORS TO PIONEER GETS UNDER . WAY EARLY ON THURSDAY PAGE TWO Contract for the construction of tho first unit Of tho Weal Texas Baptist ; Memorial Sanitarium to bo erected ; uii it uuti ui iuiiu tiuiuticu iy j. iii Caldwell of Brcckroprldgo near Sim- ; inona College -was awarded to Wulsho '. nnd Burnoy. local contractors by the j committee appointed for that purpohe Monday night. Consideration of tho J five bids submitted began at 1:30 o' clock Monday nfternopn and wits fin i lslicd at a lute hour Monday night. J Tho contract calls for tho complo- ; tloh of tho building in oightocn months. The cost of tho building with out furnltUro Is given at ?15Q000. The ! building wIJI face south and will con- I tain J 00 bedo for patients. Tho unit Tor which contract was lot Monday will be five stories in height and " basement and will bo modern i...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 23 March 1922

THF A1HLENE KOTORTER. ABU KXR TEXAS Pulei and Regulations tor CIPMtfleb Advertising In THE AQILCNb DAILY REF-OKItiH Afternoon. Nlnbt Mall Edition No alvirtlgemht accopted tot less tliati 2Su or.ib insertion. Iiauh word each laecrilon 1c gilndny Morning each word I Mi" All Advertisement oah In advnnc. No cuts or blnoitfnt'e tvpo larger than bit point accepted (or the Clasirtcfl Co'umns. Out of town orders must bo accbra- lia n led with cnslu No ndvcrtlautnonls accepted on -Until forbid' order. A specified 'number of insertions must be given Notice to "discontinue" an advertise mout must bo given Hi writing otnerwlso wo will not bo rcspnmn- blu. 9 Vo resorvo the right to plaeo nil ad- vertisements 'under tho proper clas- sification and reject unclean or ob- jectionable copy. Advertisements will bo accepted over tho pbono from telephona aubscrib. era. or thoso having regular charge accounts. Obituaries and cards of thanks at regular classified advertising rato. PHPNE 0? and dlclato you...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 23 March 1922

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS iii wn rtiiiiiiiiiiiniiii. pWBMipl - ' ' '" ! .i i i i m i i ii . ii ' .... ....... i.....i..iiji.inii1iTIr &l iMllMlMlllllllllllllllillllllllllllll.ilNillllllilllllllililllllW Elmo For Beauty Shop Here By Mail Out-of-town customers at such times as it is inconven- ient to visit the store nro urged to use our Mail Order Department. Orders promptly filled. Mrs. Peck of IHo Elmo Laboratories will bo nt Campbell's nil this week. Consult her in regard to. proper care of tlio skin. Consultation free .) nwwiUMHinwnmHHHtimHwn iMWMiiniiwiHiiininnii!mtttii r-i" jH &S& 4 Jk KB The Climax of The "Spring Style Review9! Is a Great Feast of Value Giving Admirers of Fashion Now Turn to Eager Enthusiastic Buying Following tKe "Review of Spring Styles "we inaugurate a series of special selling events of unexampled interest to the Buy- ing public WitK new Spring Goods crowding every counter and sKelf this Spring selling campaign starts tomorrow morning S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 13 April 1922

VOLUME 34 HUMAN EXHIBITS USED BY UNIONS TO SUPPORT CLAIM MEN UNDERPAID WOMAN WHOSE HUSBAND GETS $70.00 A MONTH AS SECTION HAND SAYS SHE BORROWED COAT TO ' COME TO CHICAGO (By tho Associated Pres3) 3UICAG0 April 12. Human ex- hibits to prove that maintenance of way railroad omployes aanuot live properly oil their prosont pay today wcr brought bforo tho United. Stat- es Railroad Lahor Board hearing Into tho roads' demnnds for wngo cuts whon Frank P. Walsh Union attor- ney called to the witness stands U number of employes who personally told the' board their prosont earnings kdrtt them underfed undorclothod and Inciting soino of tho necessities of llfo. Airs. Joseph Sabonl. wlfo of a Mil waukee Wisconsin section hani was tho first exhibit. She told tho board that she had to borrow tho old coat she wore to mhka tho trip here. At tho end of her story sho turned to tho board members and (?aldi ' "I know that you Won't cut my hus band's pay when you know wc can't live on what he's getting ...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 13 April 1922

K JUbm i.i(ilmmMiiiM'Wliy)Pff''.rt . -. iffftellH'"! II liwh.-'Wrt---?!' "&." 4! !: ? PAGE TWO Geb fail Sentence fie Served Jail Term BBBBK. itVBBBBBBK bbK; - JW bbHbHbHbHbwbHbHbY "V tWjV? iFEaBYBYBYflyBraBBB PBBBHb; 9BL .BBfl lBBETI . -7- 'BjB LHP' ' BBB bBUBEp 1 tNaMb'':BVBBl HHHKO&? . X??y'iBBBB ET;'1 '? bbbbb BiBiBiBiBiBir TOE ABltENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS sscssMresaisssr: Jllig. ELIZABETH CHENEY Workhouse .eohtoncos curb encoders una reduce Bireot ncciaontu cioso to CO ttor cent- Experiences in Detroit nnd CloVo- icuul nrovo it lit cold statistics. Both cltloM uro uutomobilu ccnlors. Botli npproxinmto a million popula- tion. Both lmvo Buffered ii rapidly mounting death and Injured hat from traffic acoldcnta doHplto tlio effort) at safety committees woll.trnlnod traffic sqiuuls of police and educational campaigns. It so happened that tho traffic courts of Detroit and Cleveland were jit' about tho name tlhio placed under tho jurisdiction vt judges who behov- ed jail sent...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 13 April 1922

rAGE THBEE sr GREATER EFFORT HI PIT 1ERTIE DOWN OUR WAY -. ' HE IS M&'ABILENE HEPOBTEU 'ABniBNE. TEXAS iiiiiiiiinniiiwiiiiiMiiiniiii iiiuaiLi mmc--"ji --- ' - o .-j --V. NEEDED "Utiles tho.Roncmt public In Abi- lene shown more concern for tho wel- fare or'fho Y.W.C.A. than lifts boon nhowit bo far tho fitmnclul campaign thin year la cortniiily going to bo n. failure. ' '.hla wns tho report Issued Wednes- day morning1 by Georfio Flnbeijr I'hairniuii of tho central campaign oummUloo. "It must be said for tho Ihislnesg men tit tho city" Hulil Mr. Wnbcrff "That they havo losuondcd liberally to our appeal and havo almost reached tho quota assigned thorn In tho tlrlvo buf tho general public I mean thoso out- Bldo tho retail bUHiness district aio falling down to a nuukod extent." Tho task of canvassing tho city -out-hldo tho bufilnoria dlaliiet in in tho lunula of tho womon'q contmlttocK and thoso committees nro being Impressed with tho fact that It Is goIn.T to tako harder work aiuf m...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 13 April 1922

npreYtp$g1&P$ Mfa....)liiiililiMiiiiiiiiili''iiiiiiiirniitHiiiiiiWWm ftm.uMHwMnH 'jm.-m- - jjm3& ? p ; i i 1 ) f ! it M PAGE FOUR. f ht Abilene Keparter WVWVVWVWWVWWftMAV mWMitil ANwikwh N(hl an Sunday Morning . Bf th Abllsns blntlrm tiowfeany Abtients Texas TKLKPHONM SiMiwM iini circulation .... Editorial Itoom ti ttoiixitx fM Subscribers talllns to recelvs tliolr paper regularly will confer favor on the man- agement by reporting the saraa to tno buincs office. .WWSJSrfWWMVVM Any srroneoua reflections upon the char noter standing tr reputation ot any per on. firm or corporation which may occur la tht columns of THIS K&'POllTEH win fee gladly corrected upon being brought to thf attention of tho firm. Mumhnr nf thi Aan(ati4 M.. The Associated Press la exclusively entu tied to tne uso for publication of all news dispatches credited to It or1 hot otherwise 'credited in this paper and also tho local now published herein. Member American Newspaper publishers' Association SUBS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 13 April 1922

THE ABILENE niSL'OlVmK ABII.nJNlS TEXAS PAGE FIVE gB2s&xammammm)nalBsaumuezr322Ztrt v ' ' rV-t Woman's Column TELEPHONE 709 Many Abilene Women On Program District Club Meet at Ranger A score Of moro of dolegates and visitor from Abllono will attend thd moetliiR of tho Blxtll district Texas Federation of Women's Clubs to bo held In Rancor Friday and Saturday of tlila week and approximately cv- 'cry club in tho city will bo roprcaontod ' .Mrd. .1. D. Bandofor president of tho Simmons Hound Tabic in first vlco president of tho Sixth District and will prcsldo at tho meeting on President's "'""Evening which h Friday und n)io Arlll nlao nmho tho rosponso for tho dlBtrlcl after a number of addresses of welcome havo been mrido by tho mayor of Hunger and other notables of that place. Mrs. J B. Holtchew of tho XXI Club Abflcno la chairman of tho Credent- laid commltteo of tho District. Mrs. Fred Cocjirell of tho Shakespearo ' Club chairman of Motion Pictures of tho Dlstilct will bo ono of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 13 April 1922

t ? y PAGE SIJC ;(ffJjB REP01TR1 ABILENE TEXAS Big Leagues Ready for Battle as 1922 Season Gets Under Way """ " T . . . Hiiiim Ilium. 1 IM l U WmW HiH '1 T " " ..-. .. ... - ...... ...-.. ..- .. u n ( U n L - n i lt in M hi il I n 1 II ... .. i i I ? r -i.H.)iiftnliW w! ' Kl f" Club Officials Look For Successful Season in the Playing End of the Game 'i: rmtdAOO. Alirlt 12 Chilly winds will rnako tho wnrmlng Up process (llffiotiH ns tho now major Icaguo liaso ball acftno(i opens today in tho west- ern cities of tho ble circuits 15vory- thlnB ccincd Auspicious for tho grand entry ofVnnothcfr season pxcept tho weather arid there wore hopes that by game tljno .tho clouds might pass Tciub bfflclals expected big crowds to be on hand. Tho advanco scat sale in all cities has been heavy. OhlJ fair Wcnlhqr is needed to bring out tho blcachorltes. . Tho Chicago Americans will start tho season hero with tho at. Louis Browns as their opponents. .The Urban Boys Fabor for tho White Sox and Shocker...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 13 April 1922

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS 9CdK SEVEN RV 3 i -w.iriili-n.-.i......i. w 111 iii.mnn mi mint mm n -a. -i n n .1 ii.M.ul.w .. -n M n w .. i.hii 11 m ON WITH DANCE OR OFF? Clergymen Debate Use Of "Eurhythmic Ritual" In Church - iwHiHw 1 By NE V Service. 1Q- Oh with tlto dance! Or off with 11? Biuofootslrla daneo on a bIhro built before the nanottiary NBW YOHK. Anrll church whllo Inccnno burrtjj nnd three bltio spoMlRhta Way on tlumt. of an old Now York 'J'lilNIn mi hnnunl ''liivliv'thiiilr. ttlluftl" n. e 111 ti ntt liV tlin liitfctflfc. Itln nhilmi linn aroused consldernlilo ntlvcrso uottunont niuont; (h chirpy of .Now Yorh. Ititho followlnj; nriUMc written ciiooially for JS'K.V SorVlce ho otfiilnlno his Idea whllo olio if hia Hiroiioat opponents nttnefcs It !- !$ ! .(. iron s 4 Ji.4.- wf- tf BY DU. W. N. OUTimtK. Ilcctor Church of tfi. jMriiic'B-ln-tho Uouwoiicl Now York The ubo of tho dancu In a rellijlous nervloo BtartlcH. But why hot the dance. If any of tho otnor ufts? Tin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 13 April 1922

1 "w-"plpf --MiBilililililH -" 'STlviiim. . T-it w AS: "afi gsjrjrteaitftiis "a'fn g Hm.- ."-.-.".fei' .j.. . i 'd'l'iljiiiii'. fafcil''iiiii''''''f''i if i.jytMM.t-n. n mu im - J- -j PAGE EIGHT THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS 33B9 H LEADER CRITICISES RULE OFW.G.NI' WASHINGTON. Aiirlt lS 'Another inomlncnt inllronrf official Julius KruttBchnlU chairman of the South em Pacific board appeared today bo- for the sennle interstate commerce committee and vigorously denied statements bv William Q. McAitoo former director neneral (hat the rall- ronrls hail biokcn (oVn under private operations and wero returned to their owners by the. government In ns good condition nH when taken ocr Mr. Krutlsehntll quoted state- ments by Mr MeAdbo President Wil- son ntid othr-r officials that fedeiat oontrot was .ndnptcd not because of private breakdowns but to obtain co- ordination of transportation during the war. "Two bad features that stood nut prominently In tho government oper- ation of inilronu's...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 13 April 1922

aafttfB- - THE ABILENE REPORTER afeltaENti TEXAS Rule unci ileguifttlant foi ClAislfleo AtWsrtltlnp In THB ABILENE DAILV nttf-UHItiH Aftornoon NiBhfMsu Edition No olvcrtiBsmont accepted (at leas I linn tna inch Insertion. Each word ench Insertion lc. Sunday Morulint. eacti word 1V4 All advertisements Cash m advance. No euu ot uinoiifaoo typo mrger th.io six point accepted fdr the Classified Columns. Out uf lowh orders must tin accom- panied with Bash. No advertisements accepted 'on . "until forbid' prdct. A specified number ol'iuscrtlons tniiBt be given Notice tn "discontinue" an adverllsG nicni must be Riven in writing) otnorwlso wo will not bo responsi- ble. ' Wo reservo tho right to place all ad- vertisements under Hie proper claa. alflcutlon iinii reject unolonn or ob- jectionable cupy. Advertisement!) will no accepted Over the phono from telephone subscrib- ers or thoso having regular charge accounts. Obituaries and cards or tnantts at regular classified advertising rata. PHONE...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 13 April 1922

PAGE TEN TOE ABIhBNE REPORTER ABILENE T15XA5 WVf Speeding Up . Easter Cloth Buying With Fine New Suits y4f Spring Sale Prices Today's great news for men is that we are continuing that good sale of Men's Spring Suits at the new low prices and Easter just around the comer. Valufc unusual value in the quality of fabric and the making and value in the smart styling. One two and' three button coats for the young man smart and distinctive. Conservative' and thoughtful models for therousiness man made of Tweeds." Worsteds. Cassimeres and seraes. Here in llic store- . - --w . - . 9 wide Spring sale $26.95 $35.93 Your Viewpoint w smart styles you want. 'of woolens and most de- ing from makers of best standing Stein-Bloch ibaum and Langham Clothes.' the prices the lowest in town or suits of high quality. COM OF LLOYD GEBHEEBE HERE The nlxlh iml conchidlnfr number of tlto Slmmonn Lyceum Course will bo Klven Saturday tilitht In tho form lot a lecture of I)r. Arthur Vn.WnfrmnnTHVlmi:n i.i..nH t....

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 6 May 1923

Stotlene iteming Jkporte PULL ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS BY LEASED WIRE ABILENE MGW ) CENTS VOLUME XXIV. Number 303 f GOOSE CREEK MEN ARE LOGGINGS .- be E1CE frlVE --" INDICTED IN F 'SPEAKS FOR ITSELFISTHOS. L BLANTON'S COMMENT! WHEN TOLD OF INDICTMENT! Beauties of Three Nations BUS IIST L ' RADICAL IS CHIEF: I MEN HEUBO AltCimiSIIOI' OK MOSCOW TAKl'.S oi'i'K !: amid sc i;.vks ov pii:x. TV AM M'KAKS WH.I.L Or THE liOL5IIKVIK. . WASHINCJTQ; Mai- C When Jtcrircaentnllv'o Blunton of Texas had fond to him. the dispatch .from l'ort Worth flnnounolnsr ho hud' been In- dkled for criminal libel. htftilitMl fur- mVr Ttopi'uentittlva. Cnlluw'ayi hjs 0nlrv comment wis: . "It apeak for Jteojf. U showa Cal- laway on i'.ii Jptrv. i-'wjll liavo 'hoik- ing further tb.Mty on tho eiUiJtfetat till tl.lU" ' . '.' '; . t . ? "; " ' ' ' . l'llcil at Cimaiini( ' . . Konf worth.1 May tf.cbumsB- ;nwin Thpt'mis.'I.'; JJIantou ut Allln i wo ch'ntfted. by Indictment wltli"cr:m- liml llbol lit the report of tin g...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 6 May 1923

PAGE TWu THB.ABir.ENE REPORTER SUNDAY MAY 6 1023 CLEAN UP. WEEK WILL OPEN - . MONDAY WITH ALL FORCES OF CITY LENDING THEIR HELP On Montlny morning Abllono will entof into tho first really concertod clean-up campaign that 1ms boon launched in this olty for scvoral years. Tho on tire program fqr Hits wcok will bo tmdor tho direction of tho ioallh and sanitary departments of tho cltv and will bo carried to as successful conclusion as tho citizens of Abilene show a desire through their united and individual efforts. "Clean Up your promises" will lie tho motto that Will bo carried In' a tho week's campnlgn by Dr. W. A. V. Car.i. city and county hortlth offl. eer who wlil bo in active charge of tho "work. Bvery ono will bo oxpoet- od to. Tall In lino and o their part in currying out tho broad program that has boon mapped out. 1'lrths for tho task ns nr.rnngcd by Iir Cash coll for tho addition of threo wagons to the work those be- ing furnished from tho othor depart- ments of tho city. Tho...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 6 May 1923

PAGE THREE '. '!) I' - THE ABILENE REPORTER SUNDAY MAY G 1923 THF WHITF-Sai K iLJi.iL ii- V v Jt JL -JL ii. J v fJJL 2v JLaJLJ Luxurious Silk Under Things At WHITE SALE PRICES ' 1! - .s I i 1' Dainty Under Muslins Assembled For This Event from the best makers in large and varied assort- men Is. Every garmen L is tinder pri'ecer for While Sale Week.. Buy now Tor the season and make a substantial spving." Table No. One Isansassortmcnt of Gowiis -in .whito ami flesh of a good quality Muslin 100' yalnc. White-Sato price your choice At .- !.... - G9c ; Table No. Two Ladies': Teddies lacd and lieniVtjt'cli- cd trims; a vtiry attractive assort- ment in values from .$1.25 tp il.lo In our White Sale your -choice at only' iw......... $1.19 Table No. Three Is: ft pretty lot of Slip-on Gowns nicely t rimmed in lace embroidery ami hemstitching Oiu$l75 value. "Choice-' at -.. . $1.39 Extra Special We offer 6'uc.lot of carried over tln- derjiin.slin.in. GoVn.s Teddies Priii; cess' .Slips .Pajntnas...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 6 May 1923

PAGE FOUR JPHE ABILENE REPORTER SUNDAY MAY 6 1923 i. r ' IB 1 ISPORT. NEWS! A Big Story in a Small Picture tUIRi BUTTER I to mm PI LUES Philadelphia. MaV 5.-- now York won the socond gameot tho scries from .1'hlladolphla today when the Giants battored their way to n 6 to 2 viatory.. . . s IE T LEAD; ATHLETICS LDSEBTf 7TD12 NEW YORK May n.-T.he Mew York American evened the scries With Philadelphia- today winning tho .second same. 7-3. NEW YOrtK All Unnerbft.S 3 Oroh.S Frili2 . Stengel.! roung.r Kclly.l . O'ConolI.cf Smltli.e McQullln.p jr.o.A. 1 Z 1 o o 3 I 1 2 i : 1M 0 I 0 1 0 PHILADELPHIA . Aw.ti.u.yx. llnpn.S 4 2 Itolko.t 2 4IWlIllams.cf 4 Waliter.r ntnnbv.l. Onrtfl h "yrplilln2 lTetiliiie-.c linn rt.l) Mitchell 0 0 1 5 0 I 0 r o " 2 0 2 1 0 14 0 Q Total . 35 7 2710 . Totals .' 33' CSTlO piuladblphia AH.II.O.A TMihMv.rf .190 LPerklns.o Hatison.1 Mlllnt'l r ("Inllnwuv.s araowan.r so a DvkM.S 2 0 18 lirUgRy l o o 0 Scheer2 0 0 0 1 ilelnincinn i (i o AVoliih 10 0 tt bKlIirtey.P X bat...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 6 May 1923

PAG 15 K1VE sx wr tnatcMs "SSKOE lononzaocao 4 ( THE ABILENE REPORTER SUNDAY MAY 6 1923 o EaoK locaoi loiqoicsogsaoi joisaoi! aocao ill WOE BP'FMl iHi a sl I TJ HI 191 If I J 1 U2 1 -4 O I aBBeBeBeaeBeaeaH aeBeBeaeBeBBeBeBV''..' es B'?BBBBaP3e"EaT VWvwNRV. - " o So ; -vSoSfcS ; is I; ' 4 . . M r'nriTiiBiiiiTrTn n h kvA? ' ws ' -"i . i ';mx SJ mffisfrk w- - 'rssttM' i ' . ' 2 HI;- h g m dt.H.'h Tmm Vfiffi&Ji&A'Jk.'-iJ&il W&P.i&ZJY&& WW Let's Shine Up & 3 '-V .' .v' w&Z&y': Abilene For The Texas Tech Locating Committee '.. .' ?;' A into siiyins "(loaiilinoss is Next to Godlmcbs" but it Avill go a loM atv Avitli lUc locatiii' foimuitteo of Hir.T'xn 'JVdi wlim tlio i-omiiiitl.-. Msits Alul-n m tl-o m'.vt fiw -i-oks. Surely there is not u person in Abil?e uho would not (o the small task oC cleaning uji his pvetnisQs in order to put Abilene m slup-sluini" coiniitiuit to . l)e end that this eity will jnnke such an impression on the locutinir eonunitl...

Publication Title: Abilene Morning Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Morning Reporter — 6 May 1923

THE ABILENE REPORTER SUNDAY MAY 6 1923 Father of President Harding Lauded as Grand Old Man J m M ii w i ii mi . wm nM ! ! ii i in mi n in nwiin ih-mh. i mi . m-i w m ! n hiiiMi w "' "" " i PAGE SIX EMOTION OF PATRIOTISM BEST A PEOPLE POSSESS ASSERTS PAT HARRISON IN HIS WEEKLY TALK 11Y PAT IIAUU1SO.V fulled Slates Sunntor l'roni ls-lslipl Fortunatoly for our country no sec- tion lina m corner on eontlment Or pa- triotism ltuiian nntur u putty much tho fame everywhere m .io David Ilaruii pat 11. "Tln.o is ul much human natuie In onu fiUf nt( others If dot imjrrj ' The- noblot mid hlRhovt ctunlltea of iv people if a acctlon df n notion nro dlsplnyad In thejf arprocliitJon of tho teachings exnmple or pervlc cf their distinguished mid lirrotc dead A nation th'it ! iinmovuil by it a UU- tory nnd Is devoid df sentiment la lAcKlng in tha flutist. Hit moit es- sential that nuke a people gi'oftt Jfapplly for our country ths vco- pie of every section are Imbued "with that fine sentiment and fi...

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