The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 306, Ed. 1 Friday, March 8, 1918 Page: 2 of 6
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DGHE ABILENE REPORTEK ABILENE (TEXAS
Throw a bit of bark into n rivulet nml if it keeps to th cen
tcr of Hit stream it will some tiny ranch tho ocenii.
Get tbe point? Look tip the biography of evefy man who
is n real success.
Jno D Rocfcpfollnr snys: "People are extra vnganl
and wasteful. We are not saving dp for lime of
He begun to save ami travelled from a BOOKKEEPER to
2G BROADWAY. He followed the gjtidep6st of THRIFT
systematic snvTfitf TtlftT reached ftio'bcenu of'sifcoess. Never
before have cii'cnmstancos so stressed the necessity of
THRIFT. ' tl
Save your bit with us We appreciate it and pay you 1
per cent interest per annum compounded quarterly.
FIRST STATE BANK
Cor nor North 2nd and Pin a St 5.
FOOD BECAUSE OE
NEW YOKK Mnrch 8. Uorlln's
food supply was short at the begin
nlng of this year owing to the Inclt of
fertilizers mid to the fact that sov-
oriil of the federal states of tho OOr-
mnn empire had prohibited the ox-
port of food to Prussia declared Dr
Itotcke the mayor of Ucrlln In nn
Interview In Ocrmnn newspapers of
January which have been "received
horo. Tho Mayor Bald
"It Is very difficult at prosont to ob-
tnln tho necessary food articles in
Dorlln. We have concluded contracts
for tho delivery of vegetables but
have received only n small supply on
those contracts. We havo sent a InrKu
army of buyors to all parts of the
country -which has involvod groat ex-
pondltilrc "If wo could supply the farmers and
gardenors with fertilizers wo certainly
would receive tho needed supply of
vegetables but. unfortunately wo
woro forced to gb'O to the army ad-
ministration the ammoulu jiroducod
in large quantities In our gas plants.
Many small titles have fared bettor
In that respect."
In the future. Dr. ltolke said thq
army administration would allow Ber
lin to retain a larger amount of am-
inonlu and had threatened to impose
heavy penalties for failure to fulfill
contracts to deliver food to the peo
ple of tho city. Concerning tho not-
ion of the farmers in withholding food
from Ucrlln. the Mayor said:
"Tho prohibition of oxportB by sev-
eral fcdornl statos and in many agri
cultural districts of Prussia him In-1
Jured us greatoly In Southern tier-
many there was an abundance of vog'
(tables and fruit. Much oi It wnsi
wasted there. More vigorous Mono-1
ures aro needed."
Tho Gorman papers reported thati
tho city authorities of N'uuHoulin.
which borders on Uerllu have sent a
memorial to tho government com-
plaining of the lack or food. It was
assorted that Neukoolln had received
only ono-twenticth of the supply of
foodstuffs for which It had contracted.
So serious was tho shortngo ot
fodder In Germany that the weight of
lite week end with their friehds near
Oplln They report a Very nlr-e tiro
Our school is progressing nicely
Inst Friday afternoon the Snnibo ttlrls
1 spoiled against tho Pleasant Hill girls
and tho Sambo girls won. We nre ex-
pecting Plcnsaut Hill to ctfmb over
and spoil with Sambo next Friday af-
ternoon. Mrs. Myrtlo Dttlnncy and llttlo eon
arc spending a few days with hor pnr-
onts Mr. and Mrs J. V. Norman.
Miss Nora Griffin from Lawn s- it
Sunday night with hor cousins Mlsv
Clotnmlo and Olll.o Christian
Mrnud Mrs. Grlffls of Abilene spent
the week end with tholr daughter. Mm
Charllo Newberry '
Mr nud Mrs. Kd Robinson spent
Sunday with Carl Casey and wife
LORD READING KFMpffl
PAYS A TRIBUTE
TO 1. WILSON
Hy Special Leased Wire
NEW YOIIK. March 7 A high
tribute to President Wilson was paid
by Karl Heading. Gront llrltnln's spe-
cial ambassador to the United States.
In nn address hero today.
Asserting thnt he doubted whether
it was realized In Europe how signal
was thn moral force In this country In
the prosecution of war for liberty Karl 3l
Heading dcelarod of the urosldont: u.
stating in better langnago tho true na
turo of those Ideals than your presi
dent who speaks for you. We In Eu-
ropo havo learned to look to those
words of his and cherish them as rep-
resenting to us the determination of
America onto It has commenced to
war In vindication or right never to
shenthe tho sword until it has con
quered Wo know that the words
spoken by vour president arc words
upon which we can build. Thev arc
niessoges of hope and comfort for us."
Mu?tcrole Loo: ens Up Those J
Stiff Joints V ivc3 UUE JFairy
vnil t-ifcv rvh-? houfrids w" Mus
crole once K.-OU cs: ience the eWU re
lief it gives.
the fm (it
with the. Haskell Telephone Company
and has many mends to wisn nor wen
In her new rotations Their home will
be at Claud. Texas
AT HAMLIN; ONE ESCAPES
tndsd bv many
Jlilllona cl iars are
onchilis croup 6tiff
of a shgh
(in s v
Ily Special leased Wire.
WASHINGTON Mnrch 7. Troops
and supplies for Gonornl Pershing's
forces now are moving to Franco on
schodulo time It was learned today on
While figures may not be published
It was stated positively that trnnspor-
j tntlon requirements of tho army aro
i being met by the shipping board and
I tho immedinto situation as to ships
I was doscrlbcd as satisfactory.
I In viow of this assurance that the
t'nlfnrl Htntna tvlll lin nlttrt tn ttlnlntnln
e First AidTrcatlSenl i Ua nnnn no a flL'htln. unit nn the lint
and lilooil I tie front reports from the western
csult v-om the. neglect front nre being scanned moro oagorly
rr.itch Jr littlcyCiiti'Ham- by officers here for tho first signs of
u.l if a safifaml clfcc-i tho 191S campnlgn.
L-ntyltfs a now-
iu oc an-
ds of this
f a-jainJ bruises.
"stingl. Just as
styf neclcJsore feet
encores earache and
..Get itfm (uggists flbr 30 cents.
it not sijpsfie return tlft: bottle and
gcv your morcy Hack
liver rojstipatcd fir have sick
headache? Just tr Wizard Liver
Whips nlaant lijfl; pinl; pills 30
ORDER OF THE DAI
CISCO. Toxas. Mar S Patriotic tlt-
ikeoH of tho town as well as those liv-
ing In tho rural districts aro making
hnse now snco tho recent rains in
planting war gardens. Local meroli
ants report a eood t rutin in tim uni
-....- . . -.. - - ..- . ... -... .....
cauie uas qocrenseu liny por cow. or numerous garden and truck Bceds
according to a statomont "from an A good crop or Irish potatoes will l.t
nuthorltatlvo source." published In tho pluntod throughout the entire countrv
Berlin Vorwaertz of January Ift. This The Eastland County Council of lie
statement was made to explain why fenso through IN membership board
IJerHn was receiving an Inferior quid- lj distributing literature among Un-
ity of meat ; farmers urging them to lncroase the
"if the quality of moat supplied by acroago of certain crops which I.
the cattle doalors' associations 'for meeting with much approval
distribution In Greater Horlin leavQfcj Mujor J. M Williamson has been
anything to bo doslrod." tho statement conflnod to his room from a nlight In
read "the reason therefore must be' disposition for the past week but h
sought In tho bad times. Tho short-mow grinding at tho city's affairs in
;e of fodder is so great that the at- his office In the city hall
iiu cuuuui iju uueijuuiuij iuu. as u
result tho weight of live block hab
dd reased f lti per tent "
MANY SUIIS SHXT IIOWX.
WASHINGTON. Mnrch 7. More
submarines woro destroyed by tin
allies and American nnval forces In
Porember thnn Germany was able to
build during that month according to
information reaching hero.
Whether succeeding months have
shown a not lona- In Gorman subma-
rines Is not known hq'ro. American
naval officials npponr to bo satfsflod
with tho woapons with which thoy ex-
pect to crush finally tho submarine
AMSTBUDAM. Match T Offlcla'
announcement Is mndo In Berlin tiwln
of tho signing of a poacc treaty be
tweon Gorniany ami Finland and .i!h
of trndo and shipping ngrnoijients inn'
a aupplenientnry protocol.
Wilt FIN.WCE HIM. PASSIIH.
WASHINGTON. March 7- Tlio ad
ministration bill to create a war fl
nance corporation with u fund ot
(4500(1000011 to aid war industry wa
passed by tho senate late today ami
now goes to the house
ars; hospital size $2.50
Special to tho Reporter.
HAMLIN. Texas. Mar. 8 Two al
logod desartere from the army camp
at Houston. Texns woro arrested hero t
pains and aches of tho i "t Sunday by tho city officials
sprains sore muscle? fhnrged with vngrnnCy On failure
n rhsted feet colds of o give hotnl thoy were committed to
ten prevents pneumonia). 'prison nnu officers at Houston were.
notrilod nna soldiers were sent nero
to take them back to Houston but be-fnrr-
they arrived one of tho prisoners i
mado his escape by breaking out of
Jail It was loarned that thoy had sto-
len an automobile at Houston but had
abandoned It about thirty miles out of
that place when they ran out of gas-
oline The escaped prisoner has not
boon located yet Tho other one re-
turned to Houston with the soldiers
who came for him.
II YOUNG COUPLES
MARRY AT HASKELL
HA9KKLL. Texn Mar 8 Neither
xar nor rumors of war. neither
lrouth nor pestilence seem to deter
Cnpld in his cunning On last V1-
A pimply facAwill fiot
nesday night two weddings took place grdMve Tablets.
KEEP YOUR SHOES MBA1
UQUIDS AND PASTES. FOR BLACK Wtlitt'
TAN DARK DROWN OH OX-ULCOD LMOEG
PRESERVE THE LEATHtH.
HI f.f.OALHY COIPCaTIOM(UMIT-TfUrfMO.
PIMPLY? WELL DONT BE1
People Notice It Drive Them Off
with TV. T?rlivnrrrls' '
Plenty on the (rack
W. E. HEATH Sims Building
South Second Street.
n -A .j
-" -- -.-- - l
. !& m l nnnr nwnr
lolirv llnllnr.l nn.l Ml. rirnnn tlH I V." . l". . ...
-t. "..'.... . v.v..c . u. t-bicta a lew nigi
in ntiu murriuu hi uiu iiumc oi ur. j CleansP t r.C blOi
a i ueniry. uov. ku. it. wnunre por-1 mUli I)r. Edwart
forming tho ceremony. Mr. Uallnrd i ccssfuHubstitutf ffircaWi
is tno son ot Tom uniinru n pioneer i jy 8:knc3
cattlomnu of Haskell countv and it Dr. hdwai
prominent oltUon Miss Ferrln. the ir:h!ch calomel
lie skm jTiouid
tavc JUjiTcn the
id the liver
fets. tho buc-
; there's heVcr
'ablets do .that
Mfl kfnf.llt? a!
and sa(c instead
"BLUE DONNETS" ATeu) Falric with New Ftatuw.
II roof dlrf Joon'l erry "Woe Boonl nl m 1W1 J vitf trnne cf daj tjj
we will xnJ has Mtnpt txl natif hira el foot tcquetL
LE3HER WHITMAN A CO. luc. 081 nrodwrN.wYotfc
jlatkithB 0 lit! A i tita i9 tli Im Hllf Laifc ttaA.
'ipivi ui mirs t. ij. viuuu y ui mm uilj uiu iiltu
v Ma n t act r lint tlin itnhlfn dntinrtla nf rf cot. .rfv-rtVi
. ivni.v. . MiMii " uwvun 'i v wvtwHHi'y ..-m .
HaskolL Mr nud Mrs. Unllard will1 NOffTc hotakcntfOhvo Tablets is I
spond a few days In Kort Worth where -vtSixascl uth "a fark brown taste
f wnar.y i... .. ..i..ii. ..c fi.... ..( Mil liriritir n r. U.Tlistlcsa. no ffOOd
'le enterod at the lnt Stock Show I iKlint . j4WsUnattonjf torpid liver f)dl
iolsnoajtlM or pimpiy lace. i
They will make their home in Has-H25?09
Carroll Harvey Was married to Miss
Luln May Ilftlnoy on Wednesday even-
ing at the homo nf Hcv. A. .1. Morgan
pastor of tho Baptist church. Mr
Ilnrvoy was formerly nn omplovee oi
the Wichita Valley railway and win
stationed here. Miss llatncv is tho
daughter of C. W. Rumcy. district
manager of the American Order of
Ycemon. Miss Itnmey wns formorlv
dvvardo' Olive Tablets arci
y vcectauie compotmu mixea'
ivc oil; you will know themi
by their olive color.
Dr. Edwards enent Vcaro amonH na
Uents alFJcted with liver and bowel'
complaints and Olive Tablets aro the
'im(njcly effective result
Taico en's cr twp ninhtly for a jfeck
bee bo'v mucn bctlcr you led aaa iook
-Oc nna 2.x. per box. Alt drugaKts.
S3 Corns Stop ji
I JNOpaim)r sor
Out With Finpers
encts I coiTtB xua caiiUKt s
rivel up mcl lift off Tit it!
They Let Him
Slnco taking- Foley JCIdnry J'lll-rin
jiy curoa axmn
bellevo I am entire!'
sleep soundly all
tuko two rr loioy kiuoi
With a Rlasil it" pure watucffter eiicli
A noted Cincinnati ffomUt
ril.lWI...Iul M ....... ...1...J A...
pound and called it f rw iie and
it now can 1ms had In ti iy bot
tles for a fpw cents fr m any
You simply apply a fe ? drop
of frcczono upon a tend r corn
or painful callm nnd it antly
the sorenens disappear then
shortly you will find
or callus to looo t!
Foloy Kldnry Pills
meal and at jbotltlino. OM-utek and
ut n stqjr in your got-
easy -way to
Foley Klilcy Jfilr
ii at rifles 1
during tlio ST
x-h trouble fydiRtu
loo oton nnln
eu lioart action.
DEFEAT BACKACHE AND KIDNEY
TROUBLE JYITH ANURIC.
Many piiipie in Texas as else-
where have suffered from rheumatism
and kidney trouble and liavo found
Amine tn hi (In. ii...i.t t....uf..r ...i..
TO OVercoiIl theso immfnl ntul flnn....P-
The llickl nersnna nrn flmaa u-lm l.n..n
suifered lt who are now well becau-.-
iiidv nveifu JMimros warninc bianah
t . '
tic end flcnK Joints and rheumatic
iWln dub (S klUirfy and bladder all-
Outr)evl!Jc. QL It. n. No. 3. Mr.
. T. tranBrfsays. "For ton ynra
Ivc been Ajnj&lo to lepp all nlKht
unoui. si; up.
o t mlnittc t.ftor
Tuvo tc nfuSin. and
i :icard ifSor the trouble J.ast year
I tried IMcy Kidney Puis and after
taking fi bottlo I believe I am en-
tirety cifrcd and I elccn soundly all
McLEMORE-BASS DRUG CO.
Sometimes only n I
folng to bpd I'd
' EBBiBLY SWOLLE
tsffering Descfibcd rTortur?
Relieve ti by faljj&rsusLt.
US RESULT OF
SAMUOr Mur 7 The farmers uf
this community uru ovry mut-u co.
couraged blnce the good rain r'rutH
night byjn-ytuiiig looks iinsnorow
crop at present.
glad to report a lare imn-
to hear the gootTsermoa dl7
Uvfedby Rev Oldham Sunday.
JIar liradlo speut the Jay
iilse laura .Newtjerry Buidir
Mi Betty and Mr Terr Irby sucni
'toon Tired or
imon Corn Flakes
m . m
correct thir trou
erlui new rfiseoverv nf Ilr
ailed "Anuic." You should
heed thesf warnings &mu
arc utzzyr eptlla Itfckache
ItV of the irritip nr iho uninful
twingedfif rlioumatisiii sciatica or lum-
I'.-. .1..I.... . m . . -. . .
bago. ffo delav
the daif;erous furuis
such af stone in
Ti liercome j
ireelv If wate
A nuriif Tablet
fn IUKC D1U1LTV UI
a aoio. Micaw irifat
rud at eaui
f( double Bte
I a etit time iiivfl
let he mm iiuiorsyfe
a mm- ' j
Jm. for Vial
eserise m th
i nifal tak
tlmt vou art?
i " Au-urie".
nunc for (Hie:
obo Texas. - I am more
I plpsgel vitUi the Annrjcl
i was autnrbed five to eight
nisht and g-nitiiiiiui mnn
I was eo well pleosod with tin nret
supply of Anurie that 1 went totoun
and bought two boultw. Jt is tlw only
......k Miv onjr guve mp any retif t lor
the kidneys and I want the world !
suffeiars to knew it. tbJuk Auurw
is the best medteine outhe market
wuy. .. j. 31ILIEB
n sore lu
veiuhjl 1 1
jtr.i .. -rx
Villi I'lltL" HIUJC
zft -ar ihuaj.i1.r?
f Xbitldiiol LccrV
iUH orchect ot awl
If ILJJD3 ajjric!iB
jHbs uctv.o ii
likoc mcuXQytt. 'c hay
dofojK ytX. .th all lhafr
b(KsiAUed la net. to
.biyyor three dayari
jWnhis yet v uhour result
... JCal-Lce Able. oS
y mXt- is an
h.l.n ". h in-
f l.;av)f tra-
fa pti'jj r
'.. unb! i
ind it leckt
wctbd turn t-f
oil. and dncb
.crate he surered so.. lie z& swl-
l'i terribly ife to'.J me his suffering
coutd only-Jie described as torture. ' (
I sentpnd bought Thedlord's Black-
Drauaht I made him take a big dose.
ic when it began to act he fainted ht'
was in such misery but he get relief and
began to mend at once. He got well!
and we both feel he owes his life U '
Lwwn I I
dtif&m&n. DrufTgists l ULJ
k -l-W MZ-r f . t ! e
rnriirirrxminrT tr lr miie vhn 7
r 1 t - '1 f - - ZrTTZr - r. "'jr. ' Jt - - i-
''MV.'cwiF'V -'- W-3.
W-JSTy mmsMS rm&
r JtL 2Mffl' -Mi 'til 1 i - :?Jf astV
4 v SWf: Jf.OtfSTB&3 -fit :
- '" tv 'J9SSR!Tr. -JSSrraM&A- Ai?4SW'VWW X. ?i 3f : JB- T
'- j ; ;t i;i."ivr. s1 Jijs.vrjiamy -u" . ij'iin .i.y 3ca-t
r Mrstwm&-pmmf.&-j--- v-iv.tj6'N-v?v25 -
1 ig1 - T?$N?llS
w To insure teff
- c- iJunij aim gerrotrmtJon h G
us wo nve th (-fly s.eI
iu ui your pratecion
can just lift it off Vi'H (
flnjjfr. Iteallyl ?.'o 1. n
No pain not a hit of mi i
cither when npplylng ff . je
or afterwards and it iljcn't
even irritate the skin.
Hard corns soft enrn t r
corns between th tots n'-
toughenrd calluses just p ' !
up and lift off m cni.v U
o cum' wonderful I Works lik ailura
t you K p it on the dresser.
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JJr& . WtlvZmW jILfSWEX
ji rs jif t -vrsr w.mi rr-kfc sVj h
f www im&jBsmtX'
The Kaiser's HandlCannof Harm You If You
tV -ll 1 ..1 n
j uiu linrqen imea witn iregn 1
means i lore jnTITNana can bn rlovntni
Your ov n private gdcn in thus aidh
Blso he! )A'Qx y
Buy T E S T K D
SEED: We hte
the only stud lab'
watery in the
short as W3a$'. It wi
tae qu&nunes of fec you
loip.r.nio vegetables for your o " n
to crop . lor our sold'er) mvi .
the Government win the uai.
in nrovidinfflft'ewtubles for vnur famflv. i.pfrl it l
ethlMis should bdesed. 'Ih.iL'.-. ttl kind nf wmI vnu 1 1 I
1. B....I i - . r . ".--.- .. J
int aouinwenc mjur afiea can be had only direct In
u win uui jjrow.i
Against Food Shortage
ull measure of
we'j bnortage Arolt Immediate BuyK Nccessarv
A .f j . . F . M . 3 "
k t iircn v nn TPniiv - .1 t. ;i iw .
t . -" iMin bUKCL uur Mtffii wfiiin r mtn t.k m Va... ;
vo ye trs oasuccful swd eellinir" has the awl nnnlv l
be difficult if not Whollv imttrtilJn tnv v.. tn tc
.A l.. J! ' " B-
jutcr on iroiu any source.
Send B6r Out- 130-Patre Uluslrated Hatnlnn-
AowlBgetureai'nO fe'injr prfces on hundroda of varf .ti-.
f6m flaW8rels M well as fruit tre8 ornamental trees shrubs and
If yuu art unn'-
tain what '-
when to r!-"1
Write ToJaflSor Xpur Cpy of Catalof and Ctt Your Gardfu StarttJ at Qnet
Trisdford'sBlaek-PraughUiUhelpyoa nrii m a J A-Vn i n z
tMteirjteddj.liie Texas Seed Floral Gompany jJJsl Dallas Texas
-TTrn-fi 1 gfim
.OHt) KI1XHENEU lit.Ait4
For ike OalHpeii failure b tke i)&t-
dftMtUcft Cuaialsica an yer aw
todajr siarefe 8. mt
Ftftd auMter GBrd
iiight tide (town sm t belt.
ate sKm.H h In r .. 1 1 U-ls iWCL ui '
-eet viaU and - Ji f n oB2f-t' '
llwy ar tiny ..r fiiiVw:4ii
Mav-an-i. jj. - Jui . ttiu-ut 1
. n .1 1 -. . . j. . 1 -jgiT- J
. ww r I 1 ll-l (
For Infafts ana
in Ufi WbrCer
Alway beats JO
SijjnjKe of Cff
uiinallv's Delicious Chocolates
Received Fresh by Express and Kept Fresh In Our
Specially Designed Candy Gase. For Sale ExeJusively
ontgomery Drug Company
Thrift Stamps and Ce r tif icates for Sale.
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