Abilene Morning Reporter News Newspaper Archives

- Page 37

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 100
Previous Edition:

About Abilene Morning Reporter News

  • Publication Name: Abilene Morning Reporter News
  • Location: Abilene, Texas
  • Pages Available: 24,735
  • Years Available: 1912 - 1969
Learn More About This Publication

About NewspaperArchive.com

  • 2.17+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : Abilene Morning Reporter News, May 08, 1927

Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.17+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1927, Abilene, Texas Sunday Morning, May 8, 1927. PAGE Relics of Czar Hold Interest of Russian Tourists By Universal Service. jrgARKSOE-SELOE. May 7.—A •Idy stream of wide-eyed Russian JKjsts is today filing past the iyTple vable on which the Czar Signed his abdication ten years ago. This unpretentious reminder of th© past has just been placed on exhibition in the Alexander Palace. It was in the Czar’s private car 09 It stood at the Pschoff station rut-off from Petrograd by the raging revolution. Upon It Nicholls signed with a firm hand the docu ment which was really the death warrant of! himself and his family. The private car. which stood intact for a long time as s. museum piece has been put back on the railway service as an ordinary dining car on which any traveler who has the price may indulge in a meal. This was done because of the shortage of cars for present day traffic. Though Tsarskoe-Seloe has been re-named Detskoe-Seloe (meaning Children’s Village because of the number of children's homes there) the populace still designates it by th© old name. Alexander Palace in pre-revolutionary times was usually occupied by the Czar and his family during the spring months. It was built by Catherine the Great in 1796. STORM CLOUDS This Time of Year Mean HAIL Hail on growing crops of Wheat, Oats, Barley means enormous loss to the farmer. A Hail Policy in the Hartford, Home or Aetna mean* prompt settlement of loss. See us before the next cloud gathers. MOTZ & CURTIS Citiam Rational Bank Bldg. Telephone No. 655 Stamford FOR BETTER HOMES USE GOOD LUMBER THAT WEARS 'ND LASTS— There is quality in lumber just as there is in anything else. In planning your new home give a serious thought to the lumber that goes it in. Years of extra service depends upon quality alone. Consider Value As well as price when buying lumber. There can be no compromise with poor lumber where strength and durability are main essentials. Cheap lumber often proves highly expensive in the long run. LET US HELP YOU PLAN YOUR HOME Higginbotham-Bartlett Co. Good Lumber Eighth and Pine Street!    Telephone    No.    7. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Goble and Mrs. D. B. Whitson have returned from a visit in Weatherford. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jarrett and son. Claude Eral, Jr., have returned to their home in Kansas after visiting Mrs. Jarrett’s sister, Mrs. John Massey and family. Mrs. Allen McCrary is the guest of Mrs. D. B- Whitson. Mrs. McCrary’s home is in Weatherford. Mrs. G. K. Ashburn is back from Marlin where she had her tonsils removed. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Written returned Monday from Abilene. Mrs. Whiten returned .Sunday from a visit to relatives in California. Mrs. I. D. Herndon has been here from Sweetwater visiting her mother, Mrs. G. K. Ashburn and elater, Mrs. C. E. Wallace. Dr. J. H. Rutherford is in Marlin. Mr end Mrs. Jack Snipes snd three children of Abilene spent Sunday with Mrs. Dena K. Stover. Karl Langfori is recovering from an operation performed Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hart went to Abilene Saturday. Dr. Almus Blackwell is back from a trip to Gorman. Mrs. R. L. Penlck is reported as improved after a serious illness. J. A. Elliott is in Spur visiting his son, Harry Elliott and family. Look Your Best —thru the hot summer I days with cool, summery f looking clothes, that not I only APPEAR cool, but ARE cool. Tailored tropicals, linens, ; Palm Beaches, poplins ■ and worsted suits in popu- j lar colors and fabrics for i men, young men and college students. Priced j from— $12.00 to $45.00 Straws and Panamas $2 to $7.50 WARD Clothing Co. “WE FIT THE HARD TO FIT" — _ Miss Estelle Cosby of Abilene is the guest of Miss Charley Humphrey. Burt King and R. F. Townsend are back from a trip to Cross Plains. Mrs. Autrey Turner, Mrs, R. I*. Haynie and Mrs. R. E. McDonald have returned from a trip to Mineral Wells. O. C. Carothers and family arc back from a visit to relatives in Mineral Well:*. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Swanson arc expected home this week from Don-no, Texas. They have been avoiding several months- in the valley. Mrs. Frank Craft of Denton is visiting her brothers, W M., W. C., C. L., and O. R. Carlton Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Hendry left Tuesday morning for Chicago. They have been in Stamford for several weeks visiting th^ir ton, Dr. Hendry and family. Miss Evalyn Perkins. Kathleen Whittington and Charley Humphrey were recent visitors in Abilene. Mrs, Marvin Owen has returned to Abilene after a * isit to relatives here. Mrs. Walter Keith was a delegate from Stamford to the Federated Club meeting at Olney. Clarence Rosamond Is here from Levelland, Texas, for the summer. Mrs. Laurie Burrow and daughter, Marjorie, of Spur are here on account of the serious illness of j Mrs. Burrow’s HUI© niece, Beatrice , Austin, daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. II. P. Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Adler Edmiaton arrived Saturday night from a trip to California Mrs. Gerald Robinson is here from El Cajop, California, visiting her brother, Skeet Alsabrook and friends. Mrs. Albert Blackwell and son of Lubbock have been hero visiting Dr. and Mrs. Almas Blackwell. 31 rs. Heitchew has been here from Abilene visiting her sister, Mrs. R. E. McDonald. Mrs. C. B. Christian and daughters, Caryl, of Harlingen, Texas, are visiting relatives in Stamford. Mr. and Mrs, ll. H. Shaw of Baird were recent goes ta of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Townsend Mrs. Roy Duke is visiting in Dallas. Mrs Brock and Mrs. Dysart of Missouri were guests of Mrs. Dena K. Stover Sunday. I C. N. Humphreys and Mrs T. D. 1 Morrell were called to Electra Munday to the bedside of their sister, I Mrs. J. R. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Elliott and daughter. Frankie of Sweetwater, have returned to their homo after a visit to Dr and Airs. Almua Blackwell. W. A. Albritton, Tate Hay, J. R Waggoner, L. B. Howard, M. McCain, Billy Bryant, J. E. Moody, I* T. Cox and W. C. Russell were here from Hamlin Friday for the meeting of the Exchange Club. Birthday Party. In celebration of the sixth birthdays of Lance Stuckey, son of Mr. and Mr*. C. C. Stuckey, and Billie Buie, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bute, Jr., Mrs. Stuckey and Mss. Buie gave a happy children’s part> on Saturday afternoon at the home I of the latter. There was a birthday cake for 'each of the honorees and this was (served with pink and white ices. Whistles were favors. Claire and Pauline Buie and Jesse Porter assisted the hostesses in entertaining the following little folks:    Jack    and Margaret Bryant, Eldawfayne Peewits, Marlon Hicks, Tommy Fay© Stell. James P. Steli, | Mary Bess Cole, Virgil Christian, Janice Buie, Beverly Buie, Dougins Duke, Jane Duke, David Ray Adams, Billie Frank Adam*. Mary Falter, T\yntUo Falter, Billie Per-I kins. Mage Astin, Alleen Oiling*, j Walter Gould, Doris Garrett, Jac- j I quelyne Stuckey, Margie Jackson. Mildred Hood, Bobby Watson, WU- J I ford Jones. Durwood Bailey, Carl j ; B. Rhiheard, Marjorie and Virgin- j la Puller, Albree and Buckie Doran. Musical Monday. Monday afternoon at the library a very artistic program was rend* r-ed in th© Music Club room. Beautiful roses were arranged on the j platform. Through the efforts of Mrs. J. j H. Hendry. Mr*. Dena K. Stove and Mr. Rex Moon of the Rayburn , evangelistic party and Mrs. Jack C Snipes of Abilene rendered musical numbers highly pleasing to eigh y guests. H liltFjg:    11................1111 PHONE 3000 PURE DISTILLED Patents Granted Texas Inventors WASHINGTON. May 7.— The patent office today announced th -issuance of the following patent to Texans: William #\ Aron. Dallas, assignor to Aron Razor Co., Wilmington. Del., electrical safety razor; John B. Blackwell, San Antonio, Cactus burner; Edward H. Bobo, Ranger, rheostat; George Evans, assignor to El Paso Sash and Door Company, El Paso, Ironing board cabinet; John H. Estes and W. P. Williams, Fort Worth, railway eros?, lng signal; Mansour Farah, El Pa so, automobile lock; Buell Bodge, Detroit, workholder; Albin B. Jan-osek. Corpus Christi, harrow; Paul Koroknay, Houston, signal lantern; John P. McDonald, Austin, expansion joint; Conrad T. Netts*!. Dallas, well testing tool; Clarence New’burn. Electra, sand testing tool; Georg© A. Oliver, Cleburne, grinding machine; Felbert A. Ray. Wichita Falls, tank for separating oil and water from gas; Lula H. Robinson, Dallas, adjustable rod support for shades, curtains and drapes; Joseph E. Snodgrass, assignor of one-third to L. V. Lien-hard, Amarillo, casing head for gas wells; Glover C. Stacy, Dallas, telescoping suction pipe; Harry VV. Whited, Nacogdoches, portable electric lumber and timber grade marking device. Elephant Etecnted. PARIS.—The most famous elephant In France. Gaspard. old rimer of the Jardin des Plantes Zoo, has been executed. Suddenly becoming unmanageable, all efforts of. his keepers failed to cal i him. In th«* interests of safety, he was killed by aapbyxiUon. 17 LOTS IN FAIR PARK ACRES Each served with water, gas and electric lines? gravel street; complete abstract of title. Prices range from $275.00 to $375 peMofc with mall payment down. Will sell one or more lots to the purchaser. These are the last of our lots at anything like this price. THE SAYLES COMPANY PHONE 50 Choose Your Piano -As the artists do. Nothing else so well reflects the atmosphere of refinement and charm that is so characteristic of a Baby Grand Piano. Your home expresses your taste as well as the practical requirements of your family. Whether it is palatial or modest in its appointments, there is a Baby Grand for its type. —Brighten your home with one of our musical instruments—instruments with a national reputation and proven merit—backed by an iron clad guarantee of satisfaction. CONVENIENT TERMS ARRANGED The Home Of Cbickering Pianos HALL MUSIC COMPANY W. J. J OUNG, Manager “Everything In Music” ;