The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 306, Ed. 1 Friday, March 8, 1918 Page: 3 of 6
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s !.00n Bond.
. nry floods Savin
imont hn sold a $tWlt
. rrtlflCaU4 to Mr itrrsn
VMIotlP Til! Is UiO 9TC-
. rMfirnlP sold Hirc-ugh
Born to Mr and Mrs. W c BIckley.
fine baby boy.
Victor Rhlflett liaft returned from
a visit to San Antonio
SIlflHff .T T nnltsmi Tinnl Tl.nro.1nv
Kmmwil 1- ii-trwrtmir!
at Morkel on official business
THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS
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0V kfcm&TYv&ms DmAi
.lllllcm W. T llrinV nt Anarln w.o
VimlTirr Hid Krceltrd
i i.i on Abllrnf's $2'.?o.mvi
i ii rprolvwl by City Sw-
. (p Itobcrts Frltlny tnont-
i imnd linuv This wan tho
I i.i be rriciveil Tito bliW
ti. nt flip regular meeting
v citnmlMlon Saturday after-
)h Wood Hrfpn.
i.i i Wood for four yours as
.rpfiirv of tho Abilene. Chant-
mi r' p. has resigned her po-
l lr.f Iriclny mnrtllnR for
-ppnd 1 reW lSr" wt"
Mim Wood probably will
Mlnnp to mnko hor home
im-liK pfflriotll In her worn
in tnv friends hero.
hi i' f Vhlli'HP Woj Scouts
! tioiil n scout rally Sunday
n it i Jo o'clock at the Kpls-
iii ili. rornpr North Third
mi i trrpf? at which time Mr
i ift of Stamford Tojcns.
inn mi address on "Srtmt-
i ii irout Is urgod to attend
.ilso fathers and other In-
i m scout work tiro glvon an
m nttnnd-C C. SRLLKHS.
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HIMs l MOI'Jt STATKS Al'KIIJT.
Hi m in nnnoxs a.n initii
s .; im:k eirvr.
I ioi i.itcil Press.
-HNt;TON March S Drastic
. ii In fixed pon I prices nt the
i i ulonido t'tuli Montana and
i .ii In some eases iih much
ii ihi por relit Woro ordered
i. .is (lei lare half those mines
. ic.rcod to stop production uiu
t iu't- Hitppllea of coal In Idaho
v.. Mann and Wyoming are
the reasons for tho rodue-
v vlmh aro subject to still furtli-
i 1-pn when tho usual summer
ti- are made.
a business visitor In Abilene Thurs
Friends are aongrntulatlng Mr. and
Mrs F. W. Burger upon the arrival
of a fine baby girl.
Rrmtlus Culler left Friday nlprnlng
for Dallas where he Will enter the
service of tfnelo Snm.
tl HI Oil Allnr wlin la Innnlilnir
rhool at Aspertnont this year is hero
or o weeK-enu vnu wun relatives
Messrs. Fred and Adnn Benn of
tlflr Rlntllfnnl tvni"n In Alillnno Trr!
day on their way to Somervllle county.
Miss Alay Hiirkclt will leave Frl-
ilnv tiliflil Tnr fnlnrnilA Uflinrrt oliff
will sing at tho wedding of a friend
President i u. Miracle or Lraugn
oil's Collego has been 111 for tho past
several days his many friends will
regret to learn
Carl Arnold of Jackson Tennessee
stopped over in Auiione Tiittrsuny
night to visit his cousin Lloyd Sum-
thers. city circulator for The Abilene
Chas O. cook assistant pastor ot
tho First Ihiptlst church left Friday j
inomlng for Little Hock Ark where
he will spend several days leading
the singing In a bible conference at
the First Itaptlst Church.
Mrs 11. F. Orahnm was in Abileno
Thursday from hor farm and ranch
at Coats. Sho reported that the rain
at her place waH sufficient to put tt
rood season In the ground and to fill
the tanks and creeks.
V. h. Culler and family left Fri-
day morning In their Studebaker Six
for North Carolina where they will
make thetr future homo. They will
..........l . am l1.i.nri Inirii tit f.rirt Wnrtlt
j Mlllllll lllll Ul uiiciiuu;d hv - ..-..
visiting relatives air. nuior whs
part owner of the Abilene Furniture
company In this city for seeral years
and tho family was prominent In the
business nml social life of. tho city
AT MOODV UOMK FKIIY
A (lislinguishing feature of the eiti-
cienl service rendered by this bank
is Ihe fuel thai promptness and ac-
curacy go hand in hand with strictly
Come in and avail yourself of this
service. It is yours if you desire to
make it so.
ff tnta)Mm)nnif iuntm immfttrntHm
Citizens National Bank
Capital and Surplus 200000.00
4 Per Cent Interest paid on Savings Accounts.
"i Cirnllna and South Garolinni
i njKlit Saturday fair and
ui Fair tonight: Saturday
.liner in Interior.
in.i Fair tonight
ml west portion;
i-lppi fionerally fair tonight
u..i.i. warmer tonight In in
urn Tonight cloudy warmer
i .riion; Hiilurday cloudy mnd-
X quiet home wedding was solemn-1
tml yesterday afternoon at 4 30 when
Miss Mamie Goodnight of Abilene and
Mr. Hoy llradley were married by
Hev. W. M Foster of the Haptldt
tiaa cirtniliili-ht wan here visiting
hor aunt. Miss V F. Drnpcr at tho
home of Mrs Daniel Moody.
Just before the ceremony Miss
Mary Moody sang "llelleve Me. If All
hose Kndeorlng Young Charms "
Only a fow close friends Wero pres-
ent one n girlhood friend. MIhs Mil-
dred Paxtou of Abileno who at pres-
ent 1b a student nt the State t'nlver-
slty. A two-courso luncheon waH served
in tho dining room which was boau-
tlfuUy decorated for the occasion.
I Mis Goodnight was a popular
Sonne Inilv of Abilene and a sonlor
in Simmons College. Sho met Mr.
llradley there who was until recently
a studnot ami teacnor in uie siuuu
..iinf. a nresent ho Is an Instruc
tor In tho School of Military Aero
nautics tit Austin.
Mr itrniiinv anil ins iair
HIGHER PRICES NOW FRIDAY'SMIIRKETS
Tnr?ir VAllllS. Vt U'nrlli Mnrrli s l'roiliico MlirltPt.
-Hogs 100U 1j to 2' higher top At Grocers'- Fryers Ti l-2r. turkeys
112 40 bulk $l.ro to $17 25; cattle' lSc. oggs 2Dc. butter 4Uc
2300 Including 500 cahes mostly. At Wholesalers': Fryers 22 l-2c tur
Mexicans; beef steers 10 to ir niglior Keys suo eggs Hic.jjuuar Jc.
to flO.CO; bulk ;.30 to $tC0 Me!- -
First thrlsliiuu Church.
Tho ntteiidnnce lost Sunday In the
Bible school was larger than lor
many weeks previous. It was a real
Inspiration to tho pastor superintend.
...i ...!...-. .....i nil tlm rm'iilnr nnna.
UHl luill-lllil .. v.- .wr.-"- -T
same jn fnct thoio who had not boon pros-
ttrnr.- . ... n.h. Ctiii.lrtt.u nvnrAanflfl fln-
iniionilure lOJ OgO. Al iiuui ii" w " oiu ir inu.ij wu.u.i.io v...u..u --
iiijioraiiirc I..' ... ... oi.i f Militiirv Ai.ro- iti. ...in. Mm ntir..iluwi. ntiil Tine
ii.miA TonlKht. ' unsQttleil ir in i " ' h.u. "'"'"'-. "..' ...""; ..;...
Saturday unsettled colder nnimcs ui auhuu. spiru oi '' "" ""r 7.
. .. -unrtlnn i Mr. jirniuoy ami urn "h Qno iirosuui huh omiu ...... .. .-
T xas Tf nlEht cloudy Sat- bride departed on tlio sunsnine ape-moro that wero not tnero uisi auimuy
nas lonigiu c-iuuiij. oi i ... nmi.i innnv conuratu- -ri.n m..i' nihln class broke nil rec-
uuettletl wonuicr comer o- "" " '... -5PnT Tnvlnr "il .. mnnih. in minmlance
Tiaiis Tonight ejoudy; Sot
cans $7.00 to $7.25; heifers steady
$7.G0 to $10.00; bulls stetidy $7.00 to
$3.50 .Mexicans $7.00 to $7.26; culveu
25 higher top $12X0 bulk $8 60 to
$160; stockor steers steady $3.50 to
$10.60; cows steady $ti 00 to $7.G0;
heifers $0.50 to $8.50; calves 25 high-
er $b.60 to $10.50.
Sheep 200 steady.
Closed steady 17
lal for AUoiin uii i't'J ." me .nuns wum " i
.......... ..1 i..ci winiinH From Tavlor nnio nt rnfinni limntha in attendance.
UIIUII 1111.1 .." - - ........ w. ---"-"---.. ...
iiii-rttlcd went hor coldor north
4- U irs ri(IVI!HN'Mi:XT TO
OFFICIAL RAILHOAD TIME
IUM IIIIIikVI'U U
' Texas & mclflc
Tl... .Uswlated Fross. EASTnOUND-
w sHl(JTON. March S -A fNa 2 Sunshine Special nr. S.50 a. m.
I.. uuthorUo the jjovnrnmptit No fi Arrives in.n'
nkp oyer the control of all Doparts..... 10.45 n. m.
if vmi nr n mimilior of the Christian
church you belong In that Hlble class.
Will you bo thoro and do your duty
next Sunday? If you aro not n mem-
ber you are cordially invited and a
hearty welcomo awaits you.
Tho ladios' class was the largest for
many Sundays. Rvory ono proaont
soomod delighted Every lady who is
n member of tho church and Is well
enough to go othor places is expected
in im in ihnt class next Sunday. Do
you supposo tho Lord would accept
;::M'x's: ; " r . - z'S&xnrtsusrssK
t- ii- .o intfAiiiiinii ii sminrnr n ivn n Ainvun ... .-w -- w- - -- -- - -
upar.l of Texas and niferred ! Departs :40a'm'
.. ...in. I.. Jt v i irrivna 4:20 d. m.
Ill' TV Illlllllllll llllf Lll U " kBWU -------
Closed steady 10 to 22 lower.
Closed 3 to 2 lower to unchanged;
oulut: Rood middling irregular 21 12;
sales 4000; receipts 30ou; American
2000; closed tomorrow Saturday.
Jfen Tork Spots.
Quiet; middling 33 20; snleB 0.
Xcw Orleans Snuts.
Steady; middling 32 6u; sales 23.70
Including 1700 hodgo; .to arrive 15b
Steady; middling 32.80; sales 624;
there noxt Sunday even if It means
Tho youiiR married folkB' class is
The More Particula
The more will you appi
You can vannls strengill by
lily usictl lo Ihe individual cup
may drink as many cupfc t
wilhoul Tear of harm or jlise
A Very Popular American Drink
1 i i
i llr riiuin-
s vciu niyu
Quiott middling 32 60; sales 0; to
Stonily; middling 32 20; sales 374.
Tolnl Tort Itecelpts.
3flCS8 vs. 12G63.
KnnsiiH CItr Ciish Grain.
Com 2 wc 2.00 to 2.10; 3 wc 1.U4
Oats: 2 wo 94; 3 wc 93 to 931-2.
Conn Mar. 127 7-8; May 1.271-4.
Oats: Mar. 913-4; May 89 1-2.
Pork Lard Ulbs
May 48.65 20.15 25.17
July ' 2C.32 2667
Cotton Seed Oil.
Mar. 19.7011;. April 19 9011; May
20.0011; June 20.0011; July 20 0011.
Closed quiet; no silts.
Prime crude $17.50.
growing in interest and onthuslasm
Husband it you claim to bo In the
young crowd yet and can get your
Wife to come to Sunday school with
you there Is a place awaiting you In
that class There is a boys' class
and a girls' class a class for young
men and one for young women. In
fact there Is a class far all sizes and
all agaa and your aro cordially In-
vited. Come next Sunday sura Things
aro "booming at the First Christian
ehuroh Bible school. Better fall in
line- with the-procession or lae pra-
esslon will move off and leave you
behind. The pastor has an important
messago for every one at the morning
prwuhlnc service- An excellent mu-
sical program will be rendered at the
evening hour by the Intermediate En-
doavorers It will be a treat don't
miss it The high school orchestra
will assist Senior Bndeavor C 30 p
in Bvery one cordially invited to all
AlTOr.Yr OF DEATH OF
HEY. A. V. UrHKOl'GIIS
The Jrollowlng account of the death
of Rv A. C. Burroughs was pub-
lished in the Stamford leader and
tu wrlttan by Key John A. Held
Mr Burroughs lived in Abilene two
or three (year8 and bad bis rasldease
on Hickory street near Slmowas Col
"Jtev. Author Chester Burroughs
YOU MKI5 TUB SHCUK1TY or feeling well dressed.
Good appearance is an assel lhal you can bank on; in
a measure ils a real gauge of "man stuff." Mosl men
careful in clothes buying exercise good judgment in
oilier affairs of lesser or greater importance.
We're setting a great pace with this season's clotlVes;
"'from every point of style and quality they're winners
over any others you'll see. Bought months ago at
prices that discount today's by wide margins and sold
at those levels; you get accrued profits.
In every style and model you can think of; single and
double-breasted; military accented waist lines; slash
. and patched pockets.
All these suits are made of fine materials; the best col-
orings the newest weaves. High grade clothes in
HZXto H8 S0 35
MXuUv Th"tt &oods Co.
Abilene's Progressive Store.
lias gono to liih final rosting place.
He loft us on the 27th duy of Feb-
ruary 1918 about 2-30 in the after-
noon nfter an llluoss of about six
weeks during which he suffered ex-
ceedingly at times. When the final
partltiR came he was unconscious
and passed away without a struggle
"Our brother was the son of Hev
and Mrs H. M Burroughs and was
born at Prairie Lee near San Marcos
Texas March 27 1800. Wh" Quite
a lad ho gave his heart to Gq1 ac-
cepted Jesus Christ as his person al
Saviours and united with the Baptist
church. He entered the ministry in
1890 and after graduating from Bay-
lor University with high honors he
spent several years at the Southern
Baptist Somlnary at Ijoulsville Ky.
Having completed his education and
developed into a brlllian speujkar. he
was soon called as pastor of several
churches nt Clarendon. Texas; Frail'
erick. Okla.; Mineral Wells Txas;
Wichita Falls aHd other place. Qn
account of bis poor health he was not
alwayactlve as. pastor tlift last few
years. He moed to Stamford with
Ilia family in 1917 and served on pas-
tor of tho Second Baptist church for
half time until his home going.
"He was married to MIsb LilUe Vir-
ginia Smith at Elgin Texas January
S 1895. To this union were born
three sons: Mr C K Burrougks. our
fellow townsman and the two laddie.
Hardie and Theodore. Surviving our
brother are his father. Rev II M-
Burroughs and his wife who so tor
ally untiringly and faithfully minis-
tered and cared for him through long
daw and nights to the last; tkree
sons; one brother. Hev. Dr. P. K Bud-
roughs of Nashville. Tenu and oae
sister Mrs R. E Hujf of Wlehite
falls Texas and a large circle of
"As his personal friend and school
mate I knew him ta be one of the
mutt brilliant men In Texas. Had ixu
Pure Chewing Gum
a Stick a mv
tuUli iienaltted It he sJteuM hAvelOK &ALJP-aa ft? ulo aad .!.
stuud i-.li the tupmost uud of uamelsBaa of hw and tae uv wu
and fame A. iY-miliu -It
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The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 306, Ed. 1 Friday, March 8, 1918, newspaper, March 8, 1918; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth317521/m1/3/: accessed January 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.