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Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1927, Abilene, Texas SMALL ay PUTTING HIM WBE GOW AT THe HoTeL D GO HlS OLD30S AT SOL HESS HE THE HARVEST BE WHEW TMevee 1 AlAJT EfcACTLV THIS AJNJT MV CALLED AT THE 4OOSe BUT WE SAtO SuCM THAT 61UE MEAD AND 1 AMD WAD H SOME CMS voo BLOSSER LOSING FAITH IN HUMAN NATURE CKLES AND HIS FRIENDS SEAtf IN IT BOM euy FROM I YOU DOAOTAA05 Y ro ANY VMlTJk OAiS OP fiiaiT BVNCA TAUOB FAIR EXCHANGE MAVBB VOWRe Af Hew AW ITLL 00 Me A GET THT6 AWftY FROM 7 THATS A BULLY J4KB A Voi ALL FA60BO I THE OFFICE Sa CAM GET MV Too MOCtt COULD LETS see NOW V OFT AHERN OUR BOARDING HOUSE By Wiliiams OUT OUR WAY MEVM m BULL HAS SOU CAVL A I A PASSlOM FOR OQLVTiCl HE SPENDS BoT HOURS To BE VilfM MAKi AMD BOV1L1M6 5CORB tfMM OP POWMY TsPRtsi eo KiKI IOAF MOST I WILL Mcrf TAKE OF A BOWLES ARABiAM A VJERE VOUR Request 01 Texaai Headriooes For Soldier Dead Soon to Be Granted War Department QpeM on BY TIMMOXS ReporterNews Staff j May that it had had requests from a her to do What E6die Baa with now They uMd to fetid should Nyda him In her room while in service or after whAt discharge from 21 T011 Requests in regular form to the adjutant general here can be JNJU take me into taken cane of Awards have been made for These headstones are to be sup he reicHinir for plied not only sailors jet to pay and marines whose death occurred while in service and who are burled national out the government will also supply them on friends or relatives to mark the graves of any members of the above services who are now burled in private cemeteries throughout the The headstones for Civil War and Spanish American War vet erans are of white marble with slightly rounded The di mensions are 39 inches 12 inches wide and 4 inches The inscription on this design is in raised letters within a eheld shaped This is the design adopted when the government first began marking the graves of ser vice and is retained for two wars and previous in cluding the The of headstones for veterans of the World War is some what It is also of white but is 43 inches 4 inches thicfe and 13 inches The inscription is in Vsunk letters and consists the soldiers the state from he his division and date of This design was adopted out of defer ence to a sentiment for a distinctive design for World War but one not too strikingly at variance with those furnished for the dead of the nations prior The war department attends to marking the graves of members of Jie military or naval forces whose death occuri while In service and who are buried in national cemo but headstones for those who are buried In private cemeter ies are only furnished when appli cation Is made by relatives or Congress recently appro priated the sum of for the purchase of these headstones for the period up to June and while It Is anticipated that this sum will not take care of all the unmarked graves ol those participated In all of the wars since the War of Revolution to the present It is Relieved that it will take care of all when it is an ticipated applications will be re ceived during that DAUGHTERS OF MIDAS Continued from Section 2 your and someone at the same you Ho still smiling with faint But how she per risirur swiftly to your orra peace tnlad haventa thing In the world from His heaitated curiously between the twe parts of the but Billy wan toej absorbed in wondering what lit meant by Ills other strange troroU to notice that significant To Be Continued In the next chapter betrays herself to maA the hurt and begins to think he has been a fooL Gubernatorial Portraits HUNT N S P ihs the path of for the waif whoso childhood is beset handicaps is more than a hobljrf with Governor Huntley Spauld ing of New Even hla office requirements must wait while hegives his attention to the the destitutechild or tht youngster whose parents aredi Governor Spauldlng takes from his large business and litica interests to administer affairs of the New Childrens Aid and Protective of which he is presiden and to which ho contributes erous Other young pies philanthropies find him ly JACK LOCKWILLS HIDDEN ENEMY The Rocklake fire department was notified that the Elwell farm buildings were Then who had been told how the fresh man game on getting into his baseball suit and going to the athletic He arrived there and hurried to the players bench in the Fast of the seventh Youre a fine feU V low to leave us like Lockwilj said Bevins Dont jump on we till you hear my said 1 Hows the game stand Twelve to ten against and Magoverns all was the an Maybe it can be 3 encouraged Give me a man to warm up and then tfy me in there if Slants doesnt buck up and hold t Jack tost no time about warmkig ft weii thtt Magovern wtt juit Btvtat Old Havi tott his he filled the bases with MHJhavtn runners out getting a single Then he get the and walked toward pitchtri leeiiig him MhiK to the barked
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