The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 285, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 13, 1918 Page: 4 of 6
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something doing and that fast. It the
Kalsor is willing to lake our ndvlco
he will get busy novfr and make peace.
Mr. Wilson said we were going to
keep doing more until wo whipped
and whatever Mr. "Wilson saw is so.
Germany can secure better terms now
than will t'ver be offered again
Schools nntl The War.
Thero is considerable talk of short-
er school terms this year as a war
measure. The proposition Is of great
importance and should .be carefully
th columns Of THE HBTOKTBH will DO uuuomuira. auuiv is u mud"""
gladly corrected upon its being1 brought to to the need for farm labor; still the
the attention of the 'inn. . education of the children of Texas Is
Member of the Associated Press. a matter that can not bo trifled with.
Tho Associated Press is i BxclUBively en- Whefe students will not suffer loss it
ilc&iTS?o$ would be wise to shorten tho terms
erwise credited In this paper and also the othcrwlso it should not be done. Ab-
local news published herein. jone njPortcr.
j To take tho children .out of tho
schools ostensibly to send them to tho
Holds would not result In any con-
alilnrnliln Inrrnnan nf ernn nrniluctlon.
The farming people have always had
TUE6DAY FEBRUARY 13 1918
Alnis rnnlicrcd' Lloyd George.
Mr Lloyd George Premier oC fcttg-
a way or shortening tlicir cnnurons
school terms when tho fields becaffio
(Crnaav It la rlnnhlflit If tho Imstn tn
land declares that Uio war alms of subtract from tho normal life of the
tho British aro unaitereu which iii iuwuu u ..... . .-..-.
that England will continue to fight tho Wo went Into tlife war wholo-heart-
Kaiser until no is wuuhb i i"uu .tj ....... ........... .... ..
toeaco on terms that do not "recognize have set about producing more war
Gorman victory." Franco declares materials than tho railroads could
that all preparation to meet the now transport or tho ships take away
conditions brought about by tho with- sometimes it is best not to mako haste
drawal of Russia nro complotc. Cnclo too hastily. Tho school children who
Sam according to Mr. Wilson is ready are not likely to be called to the fields
and getting In bettor Bhape every. day. 'should not bo taken out of school pre-
Italy is on tho job so that Kaiser Bill maturely. To disorganize something
will have plenty to keep him working for tho purpose of organizing some-
in caso ho decides to go on with tho thing elso is usually a bad policy. U
war until ho can dictate tho tornis of is state Press In Dallas Nowb.
peaco as ho has d6no with Russia. j To tho presont generation of school
As wo view the situation wo can children will fall tho task of rebuild
seo nothing but hard campaigning ' mg tho world after tho prosont un-
ahoad It is possible that something pleasantness is over. That they should
will causo Germany to weaken and uj thoroughly trained thero Is no
buo for peace- but ono must bo oxecod- I jouil Tho educated man gets tho
ingly optimistic to tako that view of i cream ot everything. Every child
tho situation at this time. Tho plain I should go to school every day ho can
facts aro that thero is grounds to pro-(or nS own nnd for humanity's sakef
diet that tho war will continue forlAflor ho is grown Into man's estate
years as it is certain that Germany . uo will roalizo tho vnluo of an oduca.-
has vast resources loft and a popula- J Uon i
tlon reasonably loyal kopt so by de- i
centlon. ... . ' Jlr. linker
Pa e Pa P
micaPafstaPaP!) Si a Ni
OUR BOYS IN SERVICE
So Hint Tho Reporter may get a complete list of all Tay-
lor county men in the service of their country it is reques-
ted that their next of kin fill our the following blanks and
send to this office either m person or by ni&l. The inform
lion is wanted for the purpose of compiling figures to show
just how well this county is represented in the army navy
and other branches of service.
Nnnnvof person in service.
Address whoii at home
Character of service (navy army etc).
Organization (Company Regiment etc.).
Dato unlisted- -- .-
Name of porson sondiiig in this blank.
Address - -
Relationship to man named above
Pa pa Pa H Pa- P Pi PPs Pa Py pi ft W Hj l ft ft
Cnnrntnrv Tlnknr ononm tn h.ivn tl
way of disarming lila Critics by offer
ing to glvo tnom an tno spccuic iaris
rm..'d Aitloa will finally win Is
certain. That wo must fight until a.
!... nnnnn la nllltllllnil Is tVHiallV COI-
tain To btop now would moan an j tjiat lll0y cnn Uo8t. Plenty of folkB
nihnr wnr. far more deadly and cruol nrn ninir n have to hunt cover bc-
wlthln fifteen ycarB. Tho only course 0T0 tl0 cro8ft Ojyimlnatlon of tho aec-
opon to us is to fight it out and win rolary jns boon completed. In tho
victory UniB BaVing to tho world -84 light of tholr previous assertions nntl
greatest -blessing freedom. America jr0phc'cles. Wichita Falls Times.
is beginning to fight Out vast re-1. Tht) administration opponents tTacd
sources aro now gottlng into tho war to jcl ou jOBopjnts Daniels until Mr
zone. Our men aro going to tho uat-" rtatilols put tho nnvy on such an of-
tlo willingly and with a tlcop purpose dyjont jasis that the critics didn't
to do tholr best. Germany will loam mvo a Jog to Btaml on Now -Ir.
.nt (Vinrn In FUunotlllnK to an Amerl- iinVn. lmu Imnn Hlntlfiil nut In ro-
can soldier besides "boasting." Clod cejyo Ul0 contont8 0f the'ir buckets of
8avo us from tUo sacrifice but If U
muBt como wo snail iqco n a i""-
So Unto In Aincrlcai
Colller'8 Weekly said:
"A friend und contributor to col-
lier's who haB a poaltlvo gift for dis-
covering the nvorago man's mind and
who haB been oxorclslng It Jrcoly on
hlB way fiom Boston to Seattle by
way of tlo South writes:
"No hato in the country. Every-
where 1 go I am astonished by tho ab-
Bonco of hatrod.' A great people go-
ing to war willingly without a mum-
raur and -also without hatred. I am
wondering if tho absonco of hatred
may not be due to something more
posltlvo than mere lack of realization.
I am wondering if it may not perhaps
bo duo to an instinctive but all-underlying
sense of tho absoluto justice of
our position? I dunno! It makes one
-think- I wonder sometimes If there
is any such thing as righteous
hatrod? A ...
'"Gormany'B stock in trade that.
I wonder if a righteous nation may
fight desperately and batolossly? I
don't know. At least- it's nn interest-
"It Is an Interesting smcoHlation.
And perhaps the answer is something
like this: Slen who do things dls-
.!... ltw.li- nmrpr in action. Fright-
na ninn rr u'ftllk 111(111 tallUOt Ut't. It I
is they who hate. In a word hate is
the weapon of helplessness "
We have had a good deal to
do with some of tho men who wfJL do
in.irii.fl in the war. We have yet to
find anybody who hates tho Gorman j
people but wo nave lounu. iiw
p. man. the men within the draft ago
wrath. Aftor thoy boo tho futility of
trying to confound lr. Baker thoy
will tako up some othor cablnot mem-
ber. Tho plty of It all Is that demo-
cratic leaders in congrOsB should lend
themselves to those partisan movements.
A Little Fun
A Fair Indication.
"Did some one take your order?"
"I'm afraid so. I've been hero an
hour and nothing has showed up yet."
Different ' Men. Different Mclhod.
President Wilson: "An utterly un-
justifiable distortion of the truth"
Teddy: "An absoluto and unnual-
per cent less thnn tho cost of produc
tion In this country artor navmg paiu
transportation insurance and customs
When She Weakened.
Husband's Lawyer (cross examining
.plaintiff a suffrage) : Uy equal rights
I suppose you mean nil tho rlghtsttnen
have plus tho special privileges wom-
en now enjoy?
Plaintiff (Idly): I ask for no spec-
Lawyer (suavely): Ah. then you
mako no demand for alimony? Lamb.
AMI SDK (JOT Wl'flr
f Slici. -"I ko liiusurioi my
lof sllnud iKurinlvakenctalu PaU
rrAvn pMiiUtflmr I weak.ftier- Jtr.
Inho njJgoojytl(l of tho tin. VK
V prrifcrljIciLllntn and ItiiMrdo
Yell ill aruflir I am a goCdilcal
i!iji(l Jm bIcod nlZis "--
tiiurii. . uu ivjr.
aolA'lnoy on a poswi)
norvoua. reau run-
oll and strongor ro-
noy. Try it anyway.
Drug Co. adv
unlay nights of tills week.
Tho Scout band is practicing man-
fully and expects to mako a public
appearance la n couple of months
It is a moment of tenet nerves ready
to elip out of the trench ftt the word of
command and at the enemy. Our men
on the firing line are physically fit for
military service because only about one
man out of five was chosen to endure
the hardships of ttiis fearful war. But
wo must not bo content with 20 per
cent in physical health of our Americah
youth. We cannot afford to lose four
men out of five because of physical un-
fitness. Such weaknesses can be cured.
Many times tho kidneys are to blame.
'11 tho kidneys are clogged With toxic
poisons you suffer from stiffness in tho
knees in tjie morning on arising your
joihto Been"ru8ty" you may have rheu-
matic paspain in the back stiff neck
headachw pnmptimp swollen feet or
neuralg pains all due to uric acid or
toxic jisons stored In the blood and
whichhould be swept .out.
The procure nt yqfl"r nearest drug
store Anuric (double strength) . The cost
is GCf cents. This An-u-rio drives the
uricacid out. Drink plenty oi pure
wnfr tako Anurjc three times a day
torVrce Invalids Hotel
Bffalo ST. Y.IO cts. for trial package
'or tho benefit of
Ills statement rc-
r. Pierce's Anurlc
ft years of ate. I
in weak back rheu-
controi tho kidneys.
that .'Anuria' tho new
Pierce has done me moro
than any thing I have ever taken
so ailments." Mns. N. M. FUST.
OKt.A. "My bowels wern cort
stlpfild Joints were stllr ankles ami
IPC! srmpn anU L nun pam m uiji3 mm
knee I realized that I hnd uric acid
In the system and sent for a trial packngo
of Anurlc. I then got three or four
packages of the Anurlc Tablets and also
started taking the 'Pleasant Pellets'
regularly. Now 1 am free ffom pain tho
Joints have llmi rn.l p -"il I ntn enjoying
very good health for nni.iil man seventy
olno years of ago Mahion Si'enoeiu
whon called upon. No blackleg has
been reported in this county this
The Kindly .lurM.
An attorney tells of u man who had
been convicted of stealing by a cer-
tain Arizona Judge well known for his
tender-heartedness "Havo you ever
been sentonced to imprisonment?"
"Never!" exclaimed the prisoner
suddenly bursting into toars.
"Well well don't cry. my man."
said Ills Honor consolingly "you're
going to be now."
V. Carranza flirts with the- kaisor.
and allows Hun propaganda to thrive
Ona of those days etc.
Great Word f tireat Men.
"A million men will spring to arms
nt the proaident'B call." Mr. Bryan.
"Tim war Ih !irn thousand miles
a. man. wg uw n .. - -;- i "- --. --
willing to do their bit in making Uie laway." 3ir. Baker.
.....n onto. tnr .loiiinrrnev and In tiro
tectlng thJ wo.manhood of the l'nttel
States front tho cruel bands of the
Huns. We aro not maa ami u uuui
"I should worry " Iaka von nibble
laps on The Job
.TfttintMum A??a nrn litilntr nfffrfl nn
tiuna. no u "wv u.-M .... .. -m.- - a t .-
... tr bin mvhfuiv. but If there is the Chicago market.
no other way. Bill Kaisel' and bis ' A trade Journal tells of Japanese
bunch had better took out! for once cotton and fleece lined gloves being
we get our army going there will be offered on the New York market at 2a
FIFTH TROOP IS
BOY 8001'T.S XKED THIKTY MORE
MKHUKKS TO FILL OPT THEIIt
The Boy Scouts of Abllono closed
tholr membership campaign Tuesday
night with a net gain of G5 members
and tho organization of two new
Although the campaign officially
closed Tucuday night the local Scouts
will continue to Accept new members
uutil their troops are filled out
Twenty-five or thirty more members
aro needod or this purpose.
Troop five was formed Tuesday
night with Eraraett Chandler as Scout-master-aud
Ben Grai Assistant Scout-
master. Seventeen iiqw members aro
reported at the rally- bringing the to-
tal strength to 130 boys With 33 boys
to tho troop the five troops will re-
quire ICO members ho additional
members aro expecty to bo obtalnei
at the meeting set (fr Friday and Sat-
H101I (IRADE MEBANK LS BKlMi
SOLD TO FARMERS AT $J.0.'
ami $i.nr. nrsiiKi..
About one-fourth of tho throe car-
loads of cottonseed received by tho
aylor County Central Seed Commit.
eo lias been sold and tho balance eX-
poctcd to go quickly.
Two carloads woro received trom
Lockhart and a third from Carlton.
Both shipments contained nothing hut
hlg grado Mcbano cottonseed In good
encks. The Lockhart seed fs being
sold for $2.05 a bushel and the Carl-
ton seed for $1.05. Tho seed store is
located at tho Abllono Elevator Coin
's warohouso In space donated by
Tho shipmont ot cane knffir Borgh-
um sudan nnd othor feed seeds l9ex-
pected to nrrlvo this week when
prices will bo announced
Thn ennd nlnrn will lin htwiti tlin IiaI-
anco oC this weok hut after this weX
it will bo open on Wednesdays pAA
oiiiuniiiys uiuy. . j
War Emergency Agent Morrfaon
who is secretary ot tho seed commit-
tee announces that tho government
will furnish frco of charge vaccine
for tho treatment of blackleg. Taylor
county lost over 150 head of cattle
last year from blackleg and the gov-
ernment urges that ovory precaution
bo taken this year Mr Morrison will
administer tho vaeclno frco of chargo
There Was Nothing So Good
for Congestion and Colds
... it... M.ffish?nnrf1 mustttrd-ntflster
burned and blistered wliilfcir acted. Get
the Srclief and help tliac mustara
rs gave without- tno piaster anu
iut the blister J .
lie doc3 it. It is a clean wmte
made vritli.oil of mustard it n
;d so that it works
'docs not blister the
iskin. jf ...
list mfssaBoAIustcroic m with tne nn-
gf-tips Jcnty? bee now quicKiy u onngs
jeflel ovpeeai)y me pnm ufynKais.
Jse mufferoie lor Sore inrodt Drou-
litis. tdJLiiiti3. croup stitt ncti aatuma
buralfl. headache congestion pienr.iy
lieuoiRf sm iunibatjo pains anu jcubi
RioJacTor joint j opra ins sore muks
Rsesl chilblau.3 irwUdltct v .-oi
: chfct lit often prevents pnciu oma).
30c id 60c jars; hospital sue ..GO.
Get at the Real
sufferers i re 'doi;
takinc ton . or
poor diges on th
real rails"'' f the a
real cause' f toe
nnd disord -ed bol
Dr. Edw fds' 01
Hver in a loothin;
cp nov! Instead of
fying ib patch up a
ly no: attacKing tue
t cioggea uver
Ll nfyi A
ayu latce kj
Tablets arouse the
lealing way. When
are performing thir
fcway noes indigestion
bed taste ia your
ated. appetite' poor
line no ambition or
ith undigested foods.
live Tabled the eub-
Dr.l!dwCTds-(Jlive 1 ablets are a
tiurelv vccetablolcompound mixed with
olive oil. You will know them by their
olive color. They do the work without
griping cramps orpain.
Take one jorJUfo abedtimc for outck
relief so yoa can eotvhat yuu1 Juje.
At 10c aiw25c per hox.All dniggtsts.
Ma M j e
War Sa vin
'II1 M'l IJJ1II ij.
ji.niu')ULmxujmj.iui.nim w.imry) WTO
What good will money do if wo don't win this war? What
good will our homes be? Or our Government or our lives1
You know the answer; We've got to win the war and we're
going to. We've got to supply Uncle Sam with the money
needed to feed and clothe our army and we're going to.
We're going to put a good many million dollars into Uncle
Sam's war chest by buying THRIFT STAMPS AND WAR
SAVINGS STAMPS. Anybody with 25 CENxS can help
win the war by buying a U. S. Thrift Stamp. The Govern
ment gets the money at once. Tho purchaser of the Thrift
Stamp gets a Thrift Card bearinir his name and spaces for
tho pasting of 10 Thrift Stamps.
When the card is filled with Stamps ($4 worth) it may be
exchanged with a low cents addition for a WAR SAVING
A War-Sayihgs Stamp is an interestbearing government
security. It may bo obtained in enchange for Thrift Stamps
or purchased for cash. Tho price of' a War-Savings Stamp
is $4.13 in February and ono cent will bo added each month
With every War-Savings Stamp thero is issued a War-Sa
ings Certificate bearing the holder's name and with spaces
for pasting 20 War Savings Stamps. This certificate may be
registered if desired insuring it against loss.
Uncle Sam will pay $5.00 in cash on Jan. 1 1923 for every
far-Savings Stamp. This means that the stamps draw in
terest at 4 per cent compounded quarterly. In case the
stamps are "cashed in" before Jan. 1 1923 -which may be
done if tho holder desires the interest paid will be at a
slightly lower rate.
Invest today in War-Savings Stamps or Thrift Stamp'
They aro as safe as government bonds and Undo Srim will
get your money without a moment's delay for the greatest
need this country has over known.
War-Savings Stamps and Thrift Stamps are on aalo at all
postoffices by letter carriers and at all banks.
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