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Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - January 6, 1929, Abilene, Texas THE ABILENE MORMINS REPORTERNEWS Sunday January 1929 KfllYTEXflKSHIUATTENI IETHODBT jMCftTIOI MEET large delegs1 conference board of education tion fromTexas will attend the angroups nual meeting of the educational ac soclation of the Methodist Episcopal in January 8 and president of the Southern Methodist University of is first vice president of tht president of the Weatherford Col and presi dent of Westmoreland San will lead discussion groups when problems of the junior college will be Hunter of will be in charge cf Coleman Oil Men To Attend Angelo Petroleum Meet Others from Texas who will attend include McMurry Abilene King president of Southwestern Univer Georgetown president of Texas Womans Col Fort Worth president cf Lcn Morris Jacksonville president Wesley Green ville Holding Laredo Jackson San Waco Corsicana W Rockwall James Kil Dallas Glenn Jackson and New Water Well Is Completed at Spur new well been completed for the town ot and the test shows that it will produce 230 gallons per An other yell has been started that will bring the How up to 400 gallons per The mosr Interesting hing about the water supply at is that there is no of treating it before using and the supply will be irge delegation of Coieman oil operators is expected to atiend the annual West Texas petroleum insti to be held In San January 24 and according tc Leon chairman of the Chamber of Commerce industrial committee and a local oil Several Coleman people have al ready reserved rooms at San An gelo hotels for the exposition per it was Coleman has always well represented at the San AnseJo oil and will endeavor to maintain its record at this years according to Definite plans for this citys part suits for vacancy Many Mid in the exposition will be worked out land land owners are liable to be af it was I fected by continuation of such to Tul sa oil man and independent oper ator has mover to his south of Odessa and will make his futur home Davis plans to take an active part In the civic developtotn of Odessa and this section of Weis He is planning the purchas of an airplane which he will keep a Odessas new Midland Landowners Aid Legislation Fund land owners subscribed in three houry with only one man for the Oil and Gas Bureau of the West Texas Chamber of Commerce to be ussd by that organization in its work to prevent voiding of titles on socalled vacancy strips and to obtain legislation to prevent future New Officers of Scurry County officers inducted into office here yesterday include County Horace Hoi ley county Warren Dcd son county Mable German Brownfield district Louise Ellis Darby county su Bulloclc county Edna linker tux as Sterlin Taylor commis John Flpur Lee Grant and Johnston justice of Dave Nation and C Flournoy public Zack Hodnett and Spur School to Move Into New Building closing of the second semester of the Spur schools will mark the beginning of a new epoch in the system as the new which will be ready for use at that time will make adequate room for the proper division ac cording to the departmental sys tem of conducting Superintendent Cluck has spent much time in working out the plans to into practice at the beginning of the second semester and with the cooperation that he will be able to make the greatest advancement far ac credited to the Spur Galveston Export Trade Increases SeventyEight Varieties Are Srown In Spring Exhibit More AtFai Show countj women we sold on raising gardens and by use of a garden can ning protective diet demon strations in vegetable cookery an discussions in the county council an newspaper Jessie Lee DavL I Classic Spring I Modes solutely proven the point beyond an During the past year Miss Davi induced 90 women and 89 girls t demonstrate to their own satisfao tion thatgood gardens can be growi in West As many as 78 va rieties were shown in sprin garden exhibits and up to 103 va rieties at the fall One Ena canned 300 containers of vegetables from her and Edith valued her garden and her profit at From onetwenti eth of an acre gathered 85 pounds of 19 pounds cucum 7 pounds 36 pounds 11 pounds 22 pounds 8 pounds 100 pounds 54 pounds carrots and 45 pounds Little Bennys Note Book from the ports Experts of the Galveston district for amounted to customs statistics ahead of the same month of 1927 by about Cotton shipping totaled over of the other com modities including seed sulphur and MAYO BROS Trie Largest Dentil Organization in the South NOTE THESE LOWEST PRICES Our Regular S50 Our Onr Our Regular Plates as low S10 Our Regular Bridge THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE MONEY BY LETTING US DO YOUR DENTAL WORK NOW Original Price During This Reduction See MB breakable pink the m o st natural in Have tracted in the get perfect fitting plates same After suppir ma sed to did you ever meet anybody that insisted on telling you all the details of some dreem they had I did along with my other pop Well thats a way I feel about so of corse it was just my luck to run Blantch Hippie and shes always nad forever telling about her dreems in the longest and most animated way as if she was the one that invented dreems and nobody elts could have so of corse I had to hear about her latest ma Spare me the pop and ma O I couldent begin to re member them if I it seemed I was in the dreem so thats how she got started off the sub it seemed she saw me riding down the side of a mountain in my nite wat a and it seemed she was flying a kite at the ony insted of a kite oa the edge of the string it was Lindbergh floating there with water wings and I was lot about a big ice cave full of poles ce men in their and a with long thin legs that chased her all around saying Mainma like a tawkirig and I dont itstarted to rain bred crums and it seemed she discovered her band was a Chinaman that had his and goodness knows rat Thats plenty to give me a ruff pop and ma Of corse I dont blame peeple for Own dreems are inr but other peeples hats another horse of a diffrent now I had the weerdest ast it was such a long thing it must of taken me all nite to dreem I think I can remember enuff to give you a sketchy ideer of Tomorrow I think Im late pop and ma ware you going and pop To he bowling it closes at mid nite and its 9 And he quick SHERIFF NAMES DEPUTIES who assumed his office has announced his pointment of deputies as follows Dlarence chief deputy and Luther Mayo Mayo I ROOFLESS PLATES Are a delight to the wearer ii they are made They eliminate much bulk the make possible the tasting of food and overcome the dreaded difficulties In PAINLESS EXTRACTIONSONE DOLLAR ONEDAY SERVICE OUR SPECIALTY Solid Better ceipts for Mitchell county stoodat bales Thursday with bales ginned in 845 in 3023 and 5958 in Old gold is We pay cash or allow jou full Value for it on Dental The most NATURAL AP PEARING BRIDGEWORK The finest the beat mate There it NONE Gold crowns and per Teeth Extracted Cement Fillingi Silver Fillingi Gold Filling We Can Save You as Much as We Charge You Open au to to and Composing MAYO Dentists CHICAGO OFFICE 117 Nwth State Pfcone 16612 Fine St TEXAS other chain offices in TCXM ami Bring this Coupon with Good for on or more SICK STOMACH First Trial of BlackDrnffet Says Who Escaped Suffering By Taking first ence with BlackDraught conyinced me that it was good medicine says Ida 311 South Con gress this who says she has taken BlackDraught lor My was sick headache which seemed to be caused by I used to have slimy taste my and such a This would be followed by headache and sick IWCUI4 have to stop my ork and go to T read about BlackDraught and decided to try I found taking the BlackDraught la J could ward off these sick And so for the lact twenty Then I feel the least bit I take 3IackDraughfc and f ejl that it saved me rnuth pain and sicka Constipation dams up ta the There they are into the general many serious Thousands of letters ot from users of Thedfords Black on file at the laboratories where BlackDraught is tes tify to the high esteem in it i lor the relief of tunih paiaon and attendant spring clue expressed plainly and in prints has decided that Printed Silks are to be worn for every the print design must match the spirit of the tailored frocks we are showing now are featured in small geometrical prints charcoa Iprints twin prints companionate prints diagonal frocks for afternoon demand gayer flowered designs prints that have that look and touch so different from those of previous style notes will ba made wtih coats all lengths from jackets to full length most significant notes in the afternoon mode are the use of belt less and princess lines the little of sashbows in black and lingerie collars and afternoon will bo a little longer and a lit tle more particul arly near the is a general drift towards a higher waist line which becomes nor mal in isolated may be made of your dress material and worn on your establishing the ensemble hold their own in spite of the very fascinating costume jewel ry perhaps because the latter comes and goes each season while pearls go on for smartest shoes match the frock or coat color dark green and been accepted as shoe once or twice last spring in Paris but alto gether new n New York arethe jumpers of the in town sports en sembleEven now one only sees them occasional ly on smart women bul they are new and worth twopiece frock is perfect fashioned of jer 1 sey this important to the wardrobe SPR Adapt Soft Colorings ALL the lovely soft pastel color ings that one asociates with the Southland and summer seem to hold a smart place in the new coat mods for wont find a lovelier display of spring than at Gris soms The fabrics arc in solid colors are woven patterns that are almost in Silk and wool and Englsh twefeds ire the laed ing On nearly all models are tuck ing or cloth manipu lations that make each quite Some are trimmed with short haired furs shawl or chin Clearance Sale of Blankets Comforts Motor Robes m 351 Straws and Felts Register in Millinery Using sisol and straws with shiny smart little felts with clever brims and new colorings printed crepeS and embroidered New Patterns For Spring By McCall Every in the all cotton ones fo the gemilne Oregon City AllWool There will be many more cold nights and sow is the time to supply TOUT blanket needs And atl of OOP down and vrool lined comforts and motor robes in beautiful color combinations New Patterns For Spring By Butterick
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