The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 217, Ed. 1 Monday, November 26, 1917 Page: 1 of 6
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ABILENE TEXAS MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1917.
AND BRITISH FORCES NOW AT THi ITAUAN FRONT AND READY TO AID
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t hit n ii( immi wnm im n
tlHi)H WIWI1mHi Wmi OWN!- tmil MM nnKlriMMt
W. 0. BU.LAS OF FIRST nuns.
tun ninini delivers
TUMI) WAN SERMON.
"Thf Cot of the Wnr to tho Nation
ii mi the Church" DUcmsed lie-
fore Large Crond Sunday
Night ut Church.
W O DallftB minister ot tho First
i -i-tlan Church doilverotl tho third
a series ot war sermons nt tho
t'.urcn rummy mam. iho budjcci
- -p r .. w . .. '
.. The Coat of the ttnr to tho
. .. ... . . . .
auuu ..u mil viiu.ui Mno ii .
i r. Kaeklel 3: 16-82.
Ho eald In
I irt as follows:
In bringing yoti tho ttttrd of tho
Ftrmotis on tho war will you boar
w fh mo while I omphaslxo tho fact
Cat we aro at war as 1 did last Sun-
When every mall brings some war
' -sage or sonio appeal for help I
k.rw that wo aro at war. Whon the
uic-rlcan Ulblo Society Is making an
rgent appeal tor $400000 to put a
V w Testimont In ovory soldler'B Kit.
know that wo aro at war. When
ttcv are making Uio effort and will
. . eed In furnishing 2.tMHi.oihi 'New
; suments and portions ot tho Scrip
1 is Jn the first year of our part in
l' war to tho &oldors. I know that
t are at war Whon the groat exo-
Uvo of this nation turns aside from
. many motutmtcus things that pross
;-u him and appeals to every Indl-
t Jual and every home through his
' lpers to stop waste and conscrvo
a i food. I know that wo are at war.
W'.i-n all tho Protestant religious
bodies of America come togjithor In
'1 ml council and resolve to Join
tar.J- and hearts In an effort to see
' at the church shall do her full part
ii this world crisis. I know that wo
are at war When tho War Emergen-
. v t'citnrntttee of the Disciple ot Christ
ppeal for help to every preacher In
io Brotherhood and asks for the
i u.e aud addresses of the soldiers
' - (he vurpose of notifying tho prea-
i rs n a.r tb cantonment that they
. gU our boys moral and spiritual
-sxuuice 1 know that we are at waf.
h n the War Council of the Y- M. C
attempts to rate 5ftHW000 m that
' - an ro Into tb camp and canlon-
.i ts and live with the boys and
. r.uue it religious atmosphere and
UJ i enter of the hlghet character.
ere they can spend their time In
. -mfortaM. well-lighted rooms read-
e r.ooI books enloylng ed music.
'itlng to loved on" at home or Ha-
ning to a mevsat: from the Word
Uod 1 know that we are at war.
Mln I Ioit; lato the fact of men
-.o hae bn to the front and hear
era tell as eyewit. the thrilling
-.riea of the front trenches. I know
bat we are at war. Whan I hr them
) that they saw the entire Anierl-
n line bombarded a shell fall Into
. ' attery. and heard the groans of the
:tng when they see bore an old man
..a.i ihara n woman here a little
Md there a youag man mortally
.unued crying. 'Mother. Oh Mother?
i Know that we are at war When
u iun look above his head and see
suarm of airplanes like small In-
et. runs for shell hears the ox-
j losion aad later comes out from un
ier rwver nd see th mighty work.
f destruction. J know that we are at
Dr HurrUA Jonkias describes bo
sng under shell fir at the Italian
'i.mt He nald hfr tried to run but
-impl could not It happened that
i e was not hit. Hut Just a few- feet
... -... ihn tnrrlhlo haYOC
wroyht It ts said the shells kUl at
li-asl .(i fet. It I a significant fact
t .at the tierman explosive are black
while the Allle explosive are wnlte;
tt.e Uerman airplanes are black. vhUo
he airplanes ot the Allle are white.
i su.t 4h fcaractflr and prmol-l-ies
of each government -that uer-
inany is taking for her slogan. 'Woria
l-uwer or Downfall. that the Allies are
ftghtlBK tor peace liberty and demo-
cracy for te whole world
The Italian front i very PorUn
it aormaay oan get a raUfoaaJJ?
HerMn to lfegdad she can Igner tne
sue. Canal and coutrol the world in
iier behal' . .
The war will cost the cJmren a
great deal Some of the ttet young
men the mist aetb and Influential
full ot life eaorgy. ter and enthu-
lam have gone forth to the conflict
and the church has s-Kered a great
K The church must plan to k-W
t touch with them. This war will
tost the hurcU utasy prayer ana u
should The church should send Jip
such a united prayer that graJ
opaay of the Heavoaly Host would
i ncawp rouad about our we to 'e-
tuem puro ad clean.
-It will ioL the ehurch ney tf
faralsh moral and spiritual J-1-'
Sh must pwr out her oney tor the
iterual thla. o that our boy K
down la battle U r prlnople a-w1"
Uberty and iustUre tor Uod and "-
Uatiaued oa page three
CHAIRMAN STONE SAYS GHEAT-
LY SIMPLIFY THE SIT
WILL BE MERE FORMALITY
'Now In Fact nt War "With German)
Enemies" Declares In Urging
Action Against Austria
Turkey nnd Bulgaria.
By The Associated Press.
WASHINGTON. Nov. aC Declara
tions of war against Austria Turkey
nn! itiiicnrin innirmnn jsinrm ni mo
- --- - ---- -".
Senate ftvrelgn relations eonimlttee
decmred (oUny geem ..Glingly ad-
vlsnblo to simplify a situation now
... .. ..
rnnfii(lni tho 1'nltw! StntfiS
"Vo nro In fact now at war "with
Oormany'B allies" Chairman Stone
It Is considered probable that the
declaration of a state of war against
firmnnvs enemies "will bo ono of tho
chief quostlons to come betoro .Con-
gross whon It convenes for tne win-
tor term In December. It has long
been considered that this step should
be taken by tho United States In
view of tho fact that while there has
honn nn netunt declaration of wur on
tho remainder of the Cuntral Powers
this nation Is making war on them
since they are aligned with Germany.
M'KH CASE IS
riUMlXAL AI-I'EILS II VS
YET PASSED ON PE-
y Tho Associated rre.
Al'STIN. Tex Nov. 2S. Tho cases
of John McKay former secretary
of state. Kx-Govornor James E. Fer
guson and other stato officials again
were continued today until next Mon-
.tv invmiiP tho court of criminal ap-
pttals had not passed on the McKay
habeas corpus case.
Upon the doclslon of tho court of
criminal appeals depends the dis-
missal or trial ot the. e remain-
ing against ex-Govornor Ferguson
and Charles O. Austin eommtsakmor
of banking and lnurance. Charle 1
Stoe. former superintendent of pub-
Ik building and grounds. Churchill
J. Bartlett. former secretary ot state
and Jh G. McKay predecessor of
Uarllett but now manager of the Fer-
guson state farm In Madison county
McKay has Instituted proceeding de-
claring that the Indictments are Void
because they were returned In vaca-
tion. Staff Special to The Reporter.
AUSTIN. Tex Nov. 26. Because
tho court of criminal appeals has not
as yet passed on the MCKay --
corpus ease which Involve the vali-
dity of the indictments returned
against McKay former Governor For-
jmson and other officials these case
! " i ..nniln...t todav In the
Travl county criminal district court
....ii nnri MnndQV.
The cases agalnBt tho former gov-
ernor and the former commissioner
of labor C W. Woodman had been
set for today It was decided that It
would be useless to proceed with these
cases until the court of criminal ap-
peals passed on the validity of the
pdlctments Indications are now
that this court will not act until next
Brery member of tho Abilene Fir
nwirtment 1 expected to attend the
annua meet ng tonight iMBdy) at
?he station A splendid lunch -ill be
1'alknd Aood tme Is aured all.
BELIEF FOB WEST
VTVTF rOFNClL OF DEFENSE
ST TAKES IP MATTER
Staff Sela) to Th Keporter
Ai'?TIK. Tex. Nov W.--IBO -
--u for defease with Governor
"rtrieat1 met today olf
fitiittratloa to the juestioa or tuw
tS the famer. and. stocky la
irou h .trick. seetloo ot the west-
era pari w .-. a
Ttae food eoaso i - "77'."
which is now -agagtsg the attention
CONFERENCE IS HELD AT WASH.
I(iTO nritINU MON-
Ylcc Prcshlcnt' jlect and Fonnulnli
Preliminary Plans for HelleTlng
Congested Condition of
9y The Associated Press.
WASHINGTON. Nov . 2G. Govern
ment operation ot all railways east of
Chicago In what Is to bo known as
a pooling plan to afford rollof from
tho present situation was being con-
sidered today as the committee of vice
preldents ot the eastern lines gather
ed to perfect general plans to put tho
pooling arrangements Into effect. j
Tho deceislon for pooling tho con-
trol of tho lines cast of Chicago was
reached Saturday after a conterenco
between railway officials ot the Unes
affected and government officials. It
was decided to placo tho control of
tho operation of tho roads Into- tho
hands of a vice-president's committee
to be composed of heads ot five of tho
linos. This action was taken In order
to relieve the freight congestion
which has threatened tho movement
ot war materials hero and ovorseas. J
Theplan Is to put the pooling sys-1
torn Into effect as soon as posslblo In
order that war materials may bo'
rushed to their destinations ana m-Te-by
relieve a sltautlon which has be-
come Incrensinply serious.
pp-rnnrirtAD. Nov. 26 -Proclama
Uons hava.bcen posted to the effect f
.w. a n.i -pAnlA ia hlnckini? the .
efforts to provision tho army and to T
produce ruUUS lor ine Duyyurk ui w
goverrlmont. The proclamations were j
. u- .. ' -t a a if - nnii jiii 1 uu. (
tnxthnr nrfw1nmntion forecasts
whole arrests and Imprisonments at
Kronstadt ar it instructs soiuierw u
disband committees opposing the Bol-
shevik! program and arrest the mem-
KISER TEXAS; NOW IS
THANKED TO PERSHING
PERSHING. Texas. Nov. 2. It
used to be Klser Texas but now If
Klsar. as It was Is the tost station
on the M. K. & T before you reach
Austin from the north Doing the
terminus of the M. K. & T. tracks
tbe word "Klsar" on the order of
the tralnmon received considerable
unfavorable notice and It was decided
to change the name. Orders have
Just been given to all M. K & T
stations that hereafter tho station
will bear the name of the Awerlcan
commander in Franco.
After leaving Pershing. M. K. & T
trala ue the H. & T. C aad I. & G.
N. tracks Into Austin and San An-
MEANS TRIAL AlUOUItX.S n
I'NTIL TUESDAY AT CONCORD
fly Tb A-viMHl Tre8
CONCORD N. C Nov. 26. The third
trial ot Gaston B MeaHS. charged with
the murder ot Mrs. Maud King
wealthy widow was adjourned today
until Tuesday to allow a special ve-
nire of 10 men to be summoned.
Means pleaded not guilty when ar-
raigned after ho was Indicted a month
Weather Bureau L . ueparv
4. ment of Agriculture
North DaroHnaT Tonight and Tues-
lay partly cToUdy and ?UshOr warm
South Carolina and Georgia: Fair
coatlnuad cold tonight; Tuesday fair.
Alabama: Partly cloudy and some-
what warmer tonight and Tuesday
Mississippi Increasing cloudiness
and warmer tonight; Tuesday proba-
WjJuUUnai!n8' Tonight !noraslag
cloudiness. rm n northwest portion
warmer; Tuesday r&ln
rkansas: Toaignt oiouuj. i -
west portion; Tuesday rain colder la
northwest portion .
Bast Texas: Tonight uasettled. ran
lu aorta portion colder la extreme
northwest portion Tuesday rata sol-
der la northwest portion.
Vest Texas. Tonight uasettte.
allghtly warmer la Panhandle; Tues-
day geWally fair except rata or saow
Oklahoma Tonight cloudy rata In
northeast tortloa. coWer la othwat
portion Tuesday rata la east aad
iouthwest iwrtloa Tueaday rata te
r' r a
eat and aouta poruw. r ---
For Abilene and Vicinity: Tonight
unsettled weather with rain; Tues
day rain and colder
For Bttfit Texas: Tonight unsettled
weather rain In north portion cold-
er In extreme northwest portion;
Tuesday rain colder In northwest
For Wost Texas: Tonight unset-
tled weather ellchtlv warmtor In the
Panhandle. Tuesday Generally fair
except rain or snow and colder In the
Li1 t . .. !
Mdgt 61; noon 6S
Sunrise 7 IS;
LOWER RATE NOW
SELL S CENTS POIND UNTIL
APRIL 1 THEN HE FIXED BY
3y The Associated Pross
NEW YORK. Nov. 26. Nowsprlnt
paper manufacturers representing
eighty-five per cent ot the paper out-
put of the nation will sell newsprint
to publishers at 3 cents per pound
until April 1.
After that date tho prioo ts to be
fixed by the Federal Trado Commis
sion. This agreement was -cached
today between the government and
six of tho sevoa paper manufactur
ers who have boon charged with
violation of tho Sherman anti-trust
it irr.M!tr.c. jir.i.wn .1.11'
.... .f .i.v ii a .-T
MUCH SNOW IN MICHIGVN
By Associated Presa.
CAL.UMBT. Mich Nob. 2C. The
temperature today touched five de
grees below xoro Here. orxn-
rn Michigan Is eovored with snow
LEADER OF FAMOUS
JAMESON RAID IS DEAD
By The Associated Press.
LONDON Nov 26 air ianuer
Staron Jameson loader of the Jame-
iin mid on tho Transvaal In 1S95
shortly before the Boer war. died to
day In London.
AT I GLANCE
The arrival of heavy reinforcements
of the British and French on the
northern Italian front and the appar-
ent weakening of the German troops
on the front at Cambral to the point
where they ar making no further
counter-attacks against the British
mark tho chief features ot the news
from the war fronts Monday.
From British sources me repor.
v... nermann have made no at
tempt to renew their thrusts on the
Bourlon positions which the British
took over sunaay ana h i m y-
sumed that the British are consoli-
dating their positions and getting
ready for anotner aavance.
Monday's dispatches do not state
.! nnmkir nt Franco-British rein
forcements to reach the Italian front
but they indicate mat tne iroopa "-
material are nulte large and appar-
ently they are ready to make a strong
stand against the Austro-Germans.
BOARlf OEBED TO
BOLD HEM READY
LAST INCREMENT WILL lNCLl DE
WHITE MEN MEXICANS
4 ND NEGROES
-. - -i caiunMAn Tinard far Tsy-
lor county received special instruetioa
Moaday mwaag iron- iu .---.-G7neral
of Texas that all registrant
not st to moblUiatloa by December
l&th aro w bo mailed copies ot tho
QuestlouaaU-e lMtruaWd t0
hold la reaUaei and subject to eaU
sutflcleat wa to " QU- - H.
of m wen vailed froai Taylor eouaty
Wblte men. Moxlcaas and negro -arltt
ba called ad t la the last tncro
Satf accordtag to thalr toWltty or or
dAuftW for the r-eslaatlon of
Hogut F Lotua was rec4 froat th
GERMANS DO NOT
FIELD MARSHALL HAIfl SAYS
MORE ASSAFLTS WBST OF
Report Yesterday Said British Had
Taken Ilotirl'on Ylllage nnd Xcar.
lr All of the Dourlon
By The Associated Press.
LONDON Nrov. 26. Germans have
not repeated their attacks on tho Bour
lon positions wost of Cambral Blnce
their failure of yesterday. Field Mar-
shal Hatg roported today.
Field Marshal Halg sent In a report
yesterday that tho British troopB on
the Cambral front In Franco have cap-
tured Bourlon vlllago and virtual
ly tho whole of Bourlon wood includ
ing all tho high ground In It.
BRITISH HEADQUARTERS IN
FRANCE. Nov. 25. Bourlon wood
which dominates. Cambral from tho
west. Is probably In British hands this
morning is a result of tho sanguinary
strugglo wagod yesterday on Its slopes.
Bourlon vlllago at tho northwest ot tho
forest still was hold by tho Germans
who fought bitterly all day ngalnBt
the advancing troops.
Tho enemy also rotainod his hold on
the vlllago of Fontaine about which
Intense fighting procoedod throughout
Friday. Tho latest information from
this placo was that it was ablaze. Tho
British yesterday advanced their line
.tin fitVop fn ttin treat nf MaCuvros.
and there were meager reports lndicat-
Ing-that this place was very ciosoiy in-
vested. Maaymoro German gunB havo
been fpund among the material cap-
tured tho number being estimated at
about one hundred.
Prisoners were still coming back
this morning. The correspondent pass-
ed two squadrons of mud-smeared Ger-
mans near the British front who woro
being brought back to tho cages. The
fighting Friday at Bourlon wood and
around Fontaine was of a most desper-
ntn nntiira Hnurlon wood and the
vlllago aro situated on high ground
which afords extensive observation In
all directions. Tho forest Itself com
prises 000 acres and while the forest la
dry. It Is covered with a heavy under-
growth making an advance up the
The British troops Friday were hold-
ing a line on the low ground about
tho southern fringe ot tho wood and
from these positions It was necessary
to charge up the slopes In tho face ot
a tremendous concentration of ma
chine gun. The infantry co-operatlns
with tho tanks pushed torwaro in me
morning and bard fighting ensued. By
1 v.insv in thA mnrnlni- they had bat
tled half way through the wood and
two hours later tne laraniry -were oc
cupying a line mrougnm- cenver u.
putting a bea artillery- and .mi?f n
mans back foot by foot toward 1 the
rapldnrer.. . . .
Fierce flghtng has taKensu
tag tho day la the nhborhood 01
Bour0a Wtf atteranu with
intr5!3 pSEffii otame
captured ground ThU morning a
tarea Uttt Mf rP. -1"""':
tacked aad re-estahUsbea our nnm
southern battle front we nave unpruT-
ed our. positions
.SS V""" '
mo m..v... --
...-v- ritory ia selling taeir turKeys ia car
FRENCH ORGANIZING. GR01VD laad loUt There ha bca very few
CAPTl'UED NORTH OF turkey sol hero so far this seasoa.
UILL 311. n ig thought that the market will opea
ia rl order about the first of Decem-
By The Associated Press ber With turkeys bringing from 80
PARIS. Nov S$.- -VUUut artillery ceBts to cents hens at about a dol-
aetivity 1 contlautag la th Verdun iar aa4 egg at forty-tws. cent per
sector east of th Meuse while the 4OXa. the Cisco farmer havo pros-
French aro orgaatuag taa grouaa
they captured yesterday aorth of
ARTILLERY CAVALRY AND
SUPPLY TRAINS NOW ARRIVED
Mt m t iisi 1 : 1 i ww imwwmwan -swiihswh imhshbn n ttni'""w
WACO TO CISCO HIGHWAY HAS
BEEN DESIGNATED FOR
nt9i?r Torno Vni. tl .Thn mm.
mlssloncrs' court ot Eastland county
trim citizens intcresteu in me vorK
ot beginning Uie building ot tho cou-
ty'a unit ot the Fort Worth-El Paso
Highway will mako arrangements to
securo tho cash at once to start tho
work of building this highway. Much
Interest is being manifested by good
roads advocates in this movement. It
is hoped to begin the work about Doc.
1. Tho Stato Highway Commission
has notified the 'commissioners' court
that about $4S000 was now available
for this county.
As Ihn nnafhnunil nnqqnnrnr train
on tho Katy was leaving tho station
tho cngino struck the rear end of a
back at tho dirt crossing on tho tast-
laad dirt rood driven by Prof. Shook
who was accompanied by his wlfo and
small child. Tho horso bocamo fright
ened at a passing automobllo Just as
tho train came up and backed the ve-
hlclo on to tho track ahead of tho en
gine The occupants ot tho hack
Jumped out and escaped Injury. The
vehicle was damaged by the crash.
Tho ladles of tho First Baptist
church ot this city -wore asking for
aid for a shipment of useful articles
to tho Buckner Orphans' Homo this
week. A day has been set for tho
women to meet and quilt one day for
tho orphans. A -box ot dry goods will
also wo collected as an annual prac-
tice from Cisco Baptists. Tho cam-
paign will close next week.
Ladles ot tho First Christian
church ot this city served a down-
(own Turkey Dlnnor to tho public. A
splendid menu was prepared and largo
company partook of tho old-fashioned
dinner. The proceeds of tho dinner
to be used in furtherance of church
work In this city.
A telegram directed to Mayor Wll-11-
son was received from Stato
Highway Commissioner at Austin say-
ing that tho highway commission had
designated tho Waco to Cisco highway
as a state highway. This Information
was received here with much inter-
est. Bond elections will bo called
along this rbute by various counties.
Postmaster R. A. St. John ot this
city is working on a plan to glvo to
the patrons ot his office another ru-
ral mall delivery. The proposed route
will bo about fifty miles long and will
servo a large number of people who
now have tp ride a long distance sev-
eral times each wek to get their
mail. A surveyor has been over tho
route and details are being worked
out to furnish the department at
"Washington- It is believed now that
this new route will be granted right
mi hv thn nostnffice denartment.
This new mail service will save St
.-.- -- - -- - -
dally-mil service to several hundred
ClDe0nS-oca committee having la
w contribution to
I . .. -.i...... tPOB e.uand
- beonglng otigl.
- National Guard bearing
the Milne. "Somewhere la France"
ThU taformaUon has bf? expect to
occur.or - -.
7 ';;.. Mnv of those la!
" IT arTlne passed t
aboVt Tlaiong friends of our patriotic
-. information that
1 ; - lft.ter3 contain. Some of the
k u.Hh .e -w Ql tae auisa. anu
j than ch hopes to be able to return
j Smallpox ia a wild form has brokon.
ONt JH Uliit"w- -- ----- -
of this olty. County authorities have
takes necessary stf to stamp the dis-
ease out at once.
Foreign buyers have beea hero try-
lag to interest the farmer ia thla ter-
puctsfor a riae uusiaess w u-mv wj
5 fal wasoa. Local merchaaU aad
Kiiniii men sav taey aro wc
. - - - 1
British Complete Eight
Day March and
French Bring up Cav-
alry and Long Lines
of Other Fighing
By The Associated Press.
ITALIAN VRMY HEADQUAR-
TERS IN SOUTHERN ITALY.
Nov. 26 Solid ranks of Franco-
British Infantry with artillery and
supply trains wcro scon today
within the sonnd of the battle on
the Italian northern line.
They had been on an eight-day
march. Further on n British gen-
eral and his staff ndro advanc-
French reinforcements were tho
first to arrive there being squad-
rons of cavalry and long lines of
troops with artillery trains and
By The Associated Piyss.
HEHLIN Nor. 26--0nIy local
engagements on tho Italian front
nro reported In today's army
hendqnnrtcrV statement. The
Germans are said to have achiev-
ed successes In tbec quarters.
By The Associated Press.
ITALIAN HEADQUARTERS I
NORTH ITALY Nov. 26. French
officers said todny that more
troops were following those who
havo already reached this front.
Just behind tho French wcro
Rrlthh with long ranks of engi-
neer trains infantry cavalry
By The Associated Press.
HOME Nov. 26-Stroug Ans-tro-Gcrman
attacks oa the north-
ern tnouataln front between the
Brcnta aad Plave rivers were re-
pulsed. It was officially announc-
21 LAWYERS ENLIST
By Associated Press.
KL PASO Tox. Nov. 2C El Paso
lawyers to the number of twenty have
responded thus far to the call ot tho
Gratified at thla demonstration ot
I-3trIo3tsm by memhon of tho bar.
Jvdge W. D. Howe. t the Thirty-
Fourth District Court has started a
rtiovement among attorneys to pur
chase a service flag containing twen-
ty blue service stars one for each ot
the lawyers already serving their
Tho flac will hang In the Thlrty-
tourtn uistnct court ins names o-
the men new at the front wul bo in-
scribed on a roll of honor to be hung
directly under the flag. Space will
be left for other who go.
BOYS WELL TREATED
CORSICANA. Tex.. Nov. 25. Tho
reople of Washington D. O. are
ahim-im- thn trroatest cordiality to
Texas soldier boys according to a
letter received by Mr. ana Mrs. joe.
C. Garner from their son. J. Clal-t-nrnA
(lirnor vchn la In tralnlne at
Camp Lewis American Lake near the
A soldier can go to church any
Sunday" writes Garner "and will al-
ways be Invited out to dinner with
some ot the good people. They dont
seem to think they are doing too
much and want to do more.
SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORTS
First Methodist 215
St Paul Methodist 203
TffsX Christian iS3
Christian College X83
College Heights Baptist . . 26S
Southsida Baptist 212
First Baptist 418
cash business hero now that goea
ahead of any previous year-
Cottoa seed ia bringing seventy dol-
lar per ton la this market. Stockmen
who aro feedinK hero for tha winter
season ar fiadlug the food o much
higher than ia former year until it
is feared they may los heavily whea
they ship to the packer. Meal I
worth more than three dollar walla
hull are sell tag around the dollar aad
forty ceata per hundred mark. The
are the highest prleea they have ever
had to pay before.
Jamie Brown a well kaowa young
farmer of NUarod thU couaty. aad
Miss Ethel Soott ot Cisco wro marrid
at th Presbyter-aa aase la ta city
Thursday evening Rv J D. LH
nfftnlattut A uB3ttOU dl8aT WM
v.v- -- zzr'-r-jj ' QOia a
served to the f" flB
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The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 217, Ed. 1 Monday, November 26, 1917, newspaper, November 26, 1917; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth333768/m1/1/: accessed January 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.