The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 252, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 25, 1921 Page: 2 of 8
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THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS
STHIMB HEl IB
The second strlnK men of tho Sim-
mons ColIeKO team failed to brush tho
Amorlcnn Legion tenm of Stamford
nsldo In a hard-fouKht contost on tho
Btnmford gridiron Monday nftomoon.
"When tho final whtstlo sounded tho
scoro stood 0-0 neither pldo having
been able to get within scoring dis-
tance of tho goal.
Tho game considered from nil an-
gles passed vory much nbovo expect-
ations. Tho defence and offenso of
both teams wore of gtiod quality nnd
especially was tho deferise of olther
team nttractito when In thlr own
Straight football was Used alto-
gether by both teams although oach
mado sovoral nttempts to advance tha
ball by tho aerial route Simmons
was moro successful In this line and
sovefal times got away for a good gain
Johnson of I'ortales New Morleo
was tho outstanding player of tho
Bltnmons bnckflold. Ho got off 'sev-
eral good punts tho best of which
was oho that wont forty yards Into tho
wind. Up proved also to be a consist-
ent ground gainer going around ond
for nineteen yards.
lioop a star of tho heavy Stamford
High School team of 19 10 was tho
most consistent player of tho Legion
team. Practically everytlme ho at-
tempted ho was ablo to ndnn?o tho
ball aroupd tho emlB and through tho
Simmons line. Mcllyeo also showed up
well for Stamford.
Monday Was Pretty
Good Day in City's
Drive on Speedsters
No complaints were filed in city
court Monday on charges of Mutating
tho now traffic ordinance. Traffic
officers woro instructing motorists
that they must park 18 Inches from
the curb on Pino and Chestnut streots
as laid down in tho ordinanco but no
arrests worn made on account of tho
fact that the now law completely
uhanged iho manner 6t parking On
Monday was a bad day however
for violators or tho other traffic laws
of tho city for there word a largo
number of complaints filed In city
tfourt. Four woio filed 'for speodlng;
2 for open cut gut 3 for no muffler
and 3 for cutting corners.
Other complaints ei acraitcy 0
and drunkpnncra one
Assist Mexicans to
The Taylor County Tuberculif&Is As-
oclatlon lias employed R. C. Ortega
who is connected sith the Toxas Pub-
lic Health Association at Austin to do
public health work in Tayldr county
with the Mexicans. Ho is field secre-
tary from the htato association.
Mr. Ortega arrived in tho city Mon-
day and will bo here for ten days. He
will lecturo td Mexicans every evening
at 0 o'clock tho lecture to be given at
tho Mexican s"huol on public hoalth
Mr Ortega delivers similar lectures
at different cities In this state. The
work of tho local association is finan-
ced by tho salu of Christmas seals. -
Friday night will bo Stunt Night
for. tho Young people at tho Contral
Presbyterian church U S. A. All of
tho Young peoplo of tho church and
Sunday school are expected to bo on
hand at 7:30 ready to enjoy tho
s meats at
y on your
I start de
li few days.
1151 North Second St.
all iurlfKMp J
livery VcrvTce J
Eddie Polo ic
"Do Or Die."
Extra a Comedy
and International News.
CONKJiICT IS SBt2N
ovisn iiOAUD oudku
(Odntlnuod froin jwigo ono)
Brotherhoods or tho tfxecutles.
CLTJVHLAJjn. flllln Onf 9K Hrl.ir
to thnlr rntliwi fit rMilnniw.. 4itit1i
where on Wodnpdny they will appear
uuiuru mu unuuu suucs raiiroBU Jauor
board in answer tci nltntlnfi tim "Mr.
five'' railroad transportation ehlofi
wero to continue their conforonco to-
day on matters pertaining to tho etriho
situation. AllfUVnt-a In nil -i.i. ...-
from general qlmlrhion are ngfuad
upon by tho flvo lendeis before they
nro dispatched thus maintaining unity
ui iiuuun. 4 largo numncr or euch
mossages nro considered at each fon.
Tho "big flvo" loadors 1Wunt lull-
matlonN that there is dlscouX Imiwien
tho organization that havfc authotlzed
their members to wltlidfa-'v from tho
ftervleo iiml tlmn ivit.nai.iin. i..i.
uuthDrisatlon. Hoth Protldmla War-
ten S. Stone of the Engineers and L.
E. Shoppard of tho v'oiuluctura hacj
openly stated they do -lot uonJdcr
thoro Is an "open brenh." Mr. Stone
flatly nsserted thorp Is iisno
Chairman Barton Inst n:iht wired
resident Stone that tho bwutl'a or-
der included tho general ohalrmon.
aiie reply gent this morning informod
Chairman Barton that It Is "evident
you have statements pf tho several
executives confused" and explains
that tho general chairmen of tho en-
gineers havo no authority to act on
matters pertaining to settlement of tho
proposed Rtriko this being osted In
tho gland officers ami the oxocutlvo
ClinlrSnnn "nnrtnn'n mu 4- r
Stems foilowflT "" lu ""'
"Wo nro receiving Word from chair
men thnt thev limn d(.n n.ivi.o.i i...
?.'?" tney nwa not n'tond "Wedensday.
iliis is net the meaning of th board'
order In vlow of ypur statement to
noma na to impprtanoo of chairmen
in present situatloh. The board desir-
es their presence."'
CLEVfiLAVn niilr. rtf nr. -or
S Stone president of tiio Urotherhood
u). tuuomuiB i;ngineers tpdny cor-
rborated roports that he has advised
the genoral clmlrnian Of tho engineers
that they noed not respond ttjtho ci-
tation of tho lUJtnyirt bonrd to appear
beforo tho board In Chicago tomorrow
by making public! telegrams exchang-
ed between Chairman R M. Barton
Of tho boarrl nnrl tim "Jilrr ru.nu
Abllono 1'copto Must ItccoBiiIro nnil
Kidney Ills t'omo niKtriioulv.
Hut nature generally warns you.
Notice the kidney urtrtlons
Soo If tho' color In unlit iltliy
If there nro cttlinuKkul sediments.
1t' fttvin ttM
It's lime to i
Icne. Ask you
II. B. Wi
lt till general
glsli feeling i
back over m
nt night Wh
Ipg I felt all i
Pills which I got at Hie City lmi
Store soon helped me and 1 knew I
had gotten held of the right rtimwdy
and boforo low? I wn entirely curefl.
I haven't had the sliglitefct slu of
kidney trouble bIhuo."
60c at nit dealers. Poster MllbUrn
Co. MTrs. Buffalo N Y. adv.
V Dl'V't A''Wf
cone grtroTjlli Al-
p finiTThima vi
ifeJoil Mitt'nif n- "1
I R.viTDVintfof klrlrrcy
ujnlfjWntn t( ro wrije
jrJifHiyfl irho kldncv
u toil lift iM. rtaticr InIK
iSaLnin the imuti-
jd out A Bonn's lv(driey
Iti;tJUiAIlfi IN TISST
In tho Journal of the AmerluwTf
Medichl Association fuu'AUKiist li921
jro these facts "about inie wrtunmul'
lual examination luflri invColoradoi
April D 1P21
There were cifiiujrobjecls lirclud-
Ing eighty quoytlQw An ner.i(te wf
70 por cent wutfTenulroii to pass. Qf
tho twelve candidate eight paswd and
four failed qf the twelve seven woie
m dlcal graduates; of whom three-
imwed and four failed.
was 7fi ii
f i . i . )i j
j 1 t out rfVwlo July
i hf av urtfrniln JFi
I N 'ynfilie 'maylwn
t itrr-Tfiid tho
lilt (III VI U
RraI tb ii
rrd . i
Amerii art i
highest gi tdi i were
A 3. O. graduates.
.All flvo ostooj Unofficial
lan 75 1
rooafts. from Ui
Adv Tho Osteopathic l'lisl Iftn
teopathy In thi
'also mado h
Hpe-iklng of Cotton Seed
lug. how i this? Mr. W.
fftrmlfig for h
east of Ovuo
$3 75 per bimhfl
I'd by (3(o W B
V NfeWle thl scfiso
fii tin t I think nl
er i ilsol s nt 1
535 poii nd bile
yet eA"Hy pkktd
'Viff 'P'VU1 'Q
N Unite r.
ra li iifl lea
tton I "V-
to gin got
not full out-1-!
Over Wood's Varioty Store
Call For VAUGHN
TIME AND TIME
They Ca I for " QVAlMkX
yfv? nnnnnsn I lm hrrttin rrnntlSimk tilt
.ffintii .ttl.'A tf trncf nrlnv n iirl lif Ufiril JlJf i 1
onlv will vou lilte "Ouaiitv UfCAl.loti
Fancy Pnstrics will plcnso you.
Tclonhono No 28
Ask Your urocer lor
MEAD'S QUALITY BREAD
ro today tllat mado
rrn tomorrow. Not
our Pics Cakes and
15d Chestnut St.
I Have a car Of these same aeed
raUcd by Mr BaKer in 1U20 near
J'OCkhatu ofier same for $2 CO bush-
el thes are better matured than setd
i'.ils4 tJiirt stiHiop get them a( the lo-
cal giatn dealers or flee Jesso 11. Cope
READ REPORTER WANT ADS.
IIac don i
your city t
I tiuf Dabt a
504 Grapo St.
30 YEARS EXPERIENCE
fitLi u t..-k trvttA i a tvwr'Brrsirn w.
IW 1&M ili.A. C3? 1MRM.9VBV
I WMmm IK Via mmx
mfflmffliJ!w v o
--icri 6'ft a r it tn Vffio
Vs. rxl 'yria
V wiaB Vrv-r t v 1
v. j'Ji m. & A
rlavo you Idstyotir appetite?
d' you RoLrso tired with the
tfes that you re unable
iv an. eveninff with
Js cr at tho movies once
while? Ara you losing
rosy cheeks and your
Dr. Miles' Tonic
was made to restore health to people in your condition. It has been
of permanent benefit to thousands who Were afflicted just as you are.
Why don't you try a bottje? Get in line for better health.
beginning today i Every Drug Store carries Dr. Miles' Medicine's.
' Kegtu'dluJs of tlie ageAr make ot
your battery if fkuaetlng tue;rl
WH are taulored nral btoeKed Lb re-
pair or rebuild it. And we do tho
work WITHOUT BIAS.
--Wnterlnp charting and all other
phases hero RIGHT.
Exide Battery Service
1123 North Seeond St
A flexible transparent siceti
dows that will not brcalt.
curtains. Our stock 'will
111 s -.
bile curtain win-
last as Ibtig as tho
hjfo U BfcJ?
Top and- Paintinp; Department G H. Williams Manager
1163 South 1st St. Telephone No. 346.
gs in ii
- ' "n-1'
3 WskJL h
. Alternately Calling
lt - i' luhniu'c.
p. T. KliNNiK General An cm
" Now is tho time of tho ear
to Ret thoso new BHUNhWlCK
TIBCS for your our Wimn win-
ter's ram and snow and sleet
work into those old tn-es and
rot the fabric it s good-bye
tires. Old tires will last longer
In summer savo them till next
jear. Buy new opes now
BRUNSU ICK ABB Xllj;
Jefferies Motor Co.
1157 South First St. Phono 38
i Eie Lord wiss Torgsve you
Ii' you miss prayer meeting one Wcdnes-
clay nigh I and attend the
8 P. M.
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and stirring udventuro.
And in all tho history of motion pie-
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With rf Selected Musical Score by
IWrifVk 9H I HL iSILZ sm.
MfjniWmm H 1 ' M WMlry
S?5?ffi4 V m mma E3 f o
ALL SKATS RESERVED
Two Ewfornmnces Daily
45 P. M. 8:00 P. M.
PARAMOUNT AND REALART PICTURES TODAY WEDNESDAY '
PUMPKIN LANTERNS DEVIL'S HEADS
; WITCHES CAPS P A R T Y
""iW"i ! ii i
pp vV ' V'A Ml Iri I PI iff
for eie and a half years
IMore Than XJ mmsfJA&m S25.00
Put on Your
. . Battery
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V iKlw nun rVhii PMi im iKiiw
yum ijfa w m.m J Jf!mn S mw IwtmiM
Eofd Type .
Wc carry this guarantee out to lhc letter and stand be-
hind every balleYy its full tirtfhleen months.
. An Eveready-Battery For Every Make
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FAVORS. ETC. SEE
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The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 252, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 25, 1921, newspaper, October 25, 1921; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth316933/m1/2/: accessed November 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.