The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 217, Ed. 1 Monday, November 26, 1917 Page: 4 of 6
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THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS
DAILY REPORTER (VVr ovt wurs roST-
hv abilexe rmjrmfi co.
Enter! as Second Class Kail At
WW"WlW n . JIM! 111
One YOar (In advance $S.W)
Six Month (in advance)... - 8.7n
Thrco Months (In ndvanco). . 1.56
One month (in advance! ...... JWc
Kuslncea and Circulation ........ 67
Editorial Office 829
Society 1097 or 3(3
f" ' ..I
Subscribers failing to receive Uielr fca-
pct regularly frill confer a faror upon
the management b reporting; the same
In the business office Thone No. 67
Any erroneous reflection upon the eha
racier standing or reputation of any
person firm or corporation which may
occur In t&e columns of The Reporter
will be gladly corrected upon its bolng
brought to the attention of the firm.
Mcnwr of flic snciatcd 1're?
The Associated Press Is exclusively
entitled to the use for republication 9f
ail nsws dispatches credited to it or
not otherwise credited in this papri
and also the local flows published i
JIIMIAY. MYK3IHEK gC'Iglf.
The snowing th Abflese &ans
wr .ii i. to nrnhe tit their atatnts
Hhkb vctc published Sunday is very
jrratify.nr to the pojh of this port
of Ti a It is unmistakable eviinoct
tlat tin- itv ts bevotnhic a banking
ceotr Thre and half millions of
dollar-- in deposits tfi )ts at n the
history of the city daring a drouth
year l a rtciwd to- ho proud of
The eoit of living has gone up
Your wages horent Increased You
think this is unjust and yt)u nsk your
employor for mora. Ite says his bus-
iness won't stand an increase you
frt thol this may he true for you
htHiw he has boon Wt by the high
ptlcos of materials ami you can't see
wtee he ts getting H back SHU ytm
Dot think a minute. Why U the
eost of living up nccauso of the
?nr of course. UecnMse millions of
men are withdrawn from useful of
cntfstlcn and are destroying wealth
Instead of creating It tlceaose mil
lions of others air .making war mo-
nition and htiildtag cantonments Ite-
rance pretty much everything Is be-
ta mxw te hrp pkt Oie fiwnsw
of the war.
rt Smith nttd Jones ami Iirown are
tt away on a desert island ami are
able to work Uwy will have a cer-
tain comfortable standard of living.
Bat suppose wlM animate threaten
them and Smith has to give ttp work
and guard the ptantatton against at-
tack Then Jones and llrown mut
support Smith as ell as themselves.
. none of them will have as good a1
living as he had before when all
t'iree were in productive work That
means tho cost of living will have
r.muj wis roauition nas arisen in
the Civilised world today The cost
cf living Is up to bear the cost Im-
posed by tan kaiser's war.
Kw it Is obvtonslr iMpeMiht for
wsgtee to he nlvroHy rafeett to
make p the dtttcreaes Va Hvtag costs
flw employer 1 bwrtag hie share of
the lax Imposed by war If tho em-
ployee Insist on the employee tour-
ing the employee's sour a well he
win pat the employer out of nunlness.
Hshmen who fought under Jackon
That Is. English in blood relation. Men
of the Teutonic strain arc fighting un
(lor the SJar and Stripe and in ut-
most loyalty Principle do not change
In Amertea the ballot rules. In Ger-
man? the fcivtmet rules. Democracy
against ante racy Cltin or subject . ft SootllCS and RcfOVOS Like a
that's the issno. and not our blood re
lations. for If we go back a few Sen- '
turles we hall find that tha most of (
ta are T&utonir in origin Waco i Musterote Is n
Timos-Horaul . made with the oil
The Knellsh are the world's best ! the work of the
fighters excepting the Americans piaster iocs it
who' so for hare not shown what they i0" ao n
r-AuWI Mr -ml.l iln rtn n lrcf f In ClOtn. YOU Sir"
Ikla .-. tfn.1I !.- Il.n . In tllC Klin 13
iii3 n. rt(ftiii ling uvvtt riw in - .
getting Into action In this world war " rtW
but now once she has got away we i ti. .i
can look for a repetition of the fam
ous tank buttle on the Somme ma
times. France Ifes sorely slrlctn. so
Bnglnnd ha? Jumped in And going to
beat tho Htm oack out of French soil
thereby paying n debt of gratitude to
the valiant lrench soldiers tvho have
fallen In the defense of tholr country
and thero have been ninny. We
Americans owo a debt of gratitude to
Franco nnd wo are repaying It a
fast as wo can. Itlood doesn't count
lit thia war Its the rights of the majority.
Mustard Plastcl Without
the Buin ci Sting
A LITTLE FUN
They will rj
stiif nxk. as
and &i hes
:tti ard oils not Wis-
ha tvvJtlK r with a
rsoa iA Muster
tsHi'31? rrK nts.
lA.aV'rt relief it
"cateof cah crop in their TiWnrv
tills ear am the hnmble peanut H
the cros har on the dollar mark
i l)Hcne rltlten who have traveled
through the Clvl Rising Star Cro
Tlain May nrnl ot'i.r section of
Thrown and t'allalian ivnitlea have
marell at flip tremi ndos wealth
bciflj prcdi'tdl under the lnnr of
I wa at May one i' not long
ao sain Stuart l-oein nn sens
Automobile and kevs a h.uvl oft the
iw!e of prosperity "T'le la I was
there they sold flfiftoo worth of rea-
nnto At Ittstng Star on the ?amp
dat ?2 ooo wnth of peanuts went
on the market The trert wvre fill
etl with peannt ' iigtms. )ut a- trcrti
In rotton town Tf filled with cot
I . i . ""
at uroru nitis croup wnpon t liad diffh ult in get
cura'...i ccngesuon n(t mv 0
It.'- bafo. pains
hospital sire $2.5a
"Ohp btrthstones are supposed to
control our deatlnles. What ie yonr
"Jwlglng frotti my experiences 1
chotttd say It waa a brlckmt." Bal-
Tommy: Maratrta have goose ber-
Of cenrse there are tnaUces of am- rJe got; togsT
phyert who are rtmtihte wr bab-J Mamma: Of coarse hU Tommy.
PEANUTS AND PROFITS
tng m oar out of the crush I'oa
ttt lmli1tl ffoTiil 1 . 1r lift thr
or lomts. sprains i . r . T. I . .
im chilblains; froed """T' wnp i'"' '; :";'
chest (it ctten pre 'rie n""; r"'" "'l "' " "
licking at thHr le!d
I "One mdn I beard of planted ev-
j mty acres to irattHts and made
f ooo Anot'i" man rented a house
with one acre of lamV. paUne $1( a
month nntal t he end of the vear
he jiaid his rent for tho ent're -jar
and still had 7 loft. IVn at ride
recentlv they held a train 4" mlnntes
thile two etpre ars were Hiled
v Uh sweet potatoes That section
bns cleaned up oft sweet potatoes this
vear A drvlnjt plant down there
recently built bag had more business
than it could handle "
tlie hinnery land in the opinion
of those who observe. Us t arable of
producing a profitable crop of pea-
nuts sweet 'tatoes and tlu like ev-
bv the children a tlie word "Mrtf-
i ape "
"That's right." encouragingly re
marked the teacher. ".Vow Paul tell
me whv we put a hyphen In 'bird-
"It's for the bin! to stt on was
the startling rejoinder Kxchange.
Tur4ay are mealies Jj'spndn
ing cer and railroad eating houses
and at amiual sATing uf a pounds ( v
ies" and making eeee!v profits
Stch men can afford to pay tonuses
ti men to work for them. But the
groat mas of employers are sot in
9apone in the desert island coin-
'ttn'.tv Brown Is working under
1 r- s direction while Smith is
-u'ioK the plantation Brown
uldnt sav to Jones - "Of course
Tommy: Then Pre swallowed a
is bet. c made if ever famih in tht.
I nfteo Mates shoetd do the same
thing tht supply for the soldiers would
be in -aed tremab uI . EVEIO
man and woman In Amer. a has a dm.
to perform in helping carrv on tht
war and the sooner we get that faa
settled In our ihmktitg the better it '
wit: be for all concerned.
ith must be supported while heflv awful! Christian Register.
i ; d. ing thts guarding for us. But
- "u must shoulder the whole burden.
am not willing that my living; should t
Must Hno Keen.
A girl who was running a London
bus was making cut her first reOorL
Under the beading "Accidents." she
"Humped Into an old gent-"
Under "Remarks" she W: "SHsp-
llls Muldcu Kffort.
Harry Clara dearest you are the
t " cut down ans " If he could make oal woman 1 have ever reajly and
i ' demands -(tick then Jones would trulj loved.
jre Oara Dearest Yod said that very
ho the expense of this war most be thing only last week to 4ay
- arM by all the people by employ- Blossom. She told me so herself.
and employee The expense Isn't Harry True but that was only a
i any means simply the taxes paid Tehearsal: tht Is the first per-
A large pert cf it comes in the In-1 ftwmance Pearson's Weekly.
u t i i' " eoat of living. Ail of as are
Drouth Relief- helping pay tor the war to the in- t So r nranir. 3Injic
Relief for what is termed the drouth tN( o ot groeertes and clothes j Typographical errors said Wit-
strlcktu section of eat Texas is a There may to aotne Industries so X- " & HoweJa. "are always
wortJi tuocruant and wn taat shooiu j t aordinartly prosperotts that the j mnstnj. Vhmu I wn a boy In my
c n stand naving part of this mtrden ' wi prmuats ww w utou
ansferred fron the employee to the . rry i ouce maue goou ijporepu
fjppon of the Kouera! gov-
Tbat theio &rf many who
wx donations bnt help. Hiu Ttdeat wfci yon reflect Oat! """J bowe btat wee though eep-
v. iU t able to get through wtthso
help. As we see It the grvstest need
m ctnc trtioa with the drouth wB
tteur wli" the rains conn.- and it is
uom to restock tbevouBtry and umk
to plui.t cropt tor lis Many wtl.
i --vd .! lj tuen and it will accomplish
somett 'i g U extended. The task bt
iii' t-i people te the drouth striclurt
.uo u geitteg back to sormal.
dustrv through higher wages But
iral error "My tether had written
there are many wfco ts average hoslaeas ef afford to
Ak.n.MMtk .&. jmm- bl ttm IllHilll! 1Xtmr VAtf
'1 a its own
T so bark to cur desert Island
.i sotith ha to stop productive work
t guard t&e plantation that ia feed-
1 1 him and Jane and Brows Jones
: id Brown will have to share the ex- s
i v-is even though Jones may be the
-'D.oyer and Browu the employee.
J mm can't stami H all. Kansas CKy
on of RaHreacis i
ra.tX'StliaS I debates and Decisions
Operation of RaHreacis
.yfi. ur ul the war ilus. This will rl
iicau tuut rolling stock and tracks will
l- utvi litre and whfnever they can
Ik at' i to advantage Vice Presidents
or ta t"-g lns will tprr4tt- tho roads
under riw nment control for the ben-
Kit . t entire population in an ef
fort t i rt-!ite the freight eofigestiqt
tit h Utome alarming ta the east
in wtr !Uitr mesuwires have to be
i.doptrd that would set be tolerated
in time it peace America needs t
nnd ujt taat w are actually at war
ions were net sufficient for the mlU-
bwr.' I set It ap 'mllKmen'."
31canlnir f Hjpioii.
A tesrher In a lower grade was In
. tructia her pupils In the use of the
t'jpten Among the examples given
SUUILNG LP THE T1DECE.
t'ot 'kwt has nude it plain that
the Awt-man MtssJoB new m Europ.
. tb ; fur tb porjj"- f diacnasmtr
itrcn uaiioti and U saWe plans tor
d ckwi. loopermtiou with ts allies
in i-rj-. a nag the ur After a police
! . -ilopte zau'icr naiamHtfr
wtll ia". o tnc work We are pies
ii m i: i biied itstei ut join th
ililiel - ) larf wtli bt
eaoun tit nor to go around if tke war
I w rLe tuiun tiling te win
Amt-ii KLtx affofw to let awiory Ui:
t a r prt :a this great eueart
immmies and Boche-
Send tbe Ameran armj- over to
Turkey on Thanksgiving day and the
force ef habit will do the rest Ter-
Where ure is no courage in the sol-
dier inherently there is no soUier.
Bet the Americans are natural born
fighters and tbe French officers baTO j suHer
uwm mhn ww in rapwiy wtu Mian
- m7 rawi-Mwt mi- linKn win- . Hr.'
lnwti trviwe for mMths te tenra. I" r"
th. c-.. .M i.L. . ... - ft) tamo
-t" -- . & tf.
i'out-.ao! they'll never rest content-
edly until they do it either. It is
Lt the tors. of habit for as Ameri-
ran soldter. once he gets into the
ti'i ei 'h fray and tsetse a Utile
'i k to crave more Here's tbe rea-ob-
Thoe? bos in France realise
tba they have much to avenge and
the laager they are delayed tbe big-
ger loonu tbe crimes Germany ban
committed tgninet Amrka and tbe
I Suuj Ahlleno 1'eople Haie
ntncu n mtue4e.
Week after wee-i has been publish-
ed tbe testimony of Abilene people-
kidney sufferers backache victims
people who have endured many form
cf kidney bladder or
) ders These witnes
. 1 an' Kidney Pills
I t'elr eathiuoartic a
i urn') every wh
i uen an I om
; a peri" l.n t
KtsiHris ut tbnt tne tnvejitirstit r
iae i he mtU.m. & Teams new b&ftg
t uatertt d by sfWI nosnmwm
the JU.uk- and' gnniile ef tbe
UcMkuur n. rogiresstnc saLUcat-
i - 1- better .ystea. of carrying oe
tLt ii'ri iu.uc u tuvtd and re'
vm mix- made tt tax nayefs i '.
f .-ry ! xr-- lAnHnnVl 'JJfC'ajstnit
r :I- work of its LotamHteee. Ov
itw. ot cr tiuU if nothing more titan. -t.
t Ut r rfterta. ar tk net it
tiJU I'.ftr iti s rocm tor ieaturtnr
' e l.mtt-e tor there tk w tht
tmda ot out tml ibat it u. aU)
isdie tu tud a t-t(er fctfctem oi
hndiss ui tukscc uf Ttu Wi
re iK-ium ruufu
Tbew; FfehilH' Bnellsh
Those were EnnUsbninn wkn tokteht t Mr
ander Wsshlnfflon Tbose were Wsjg' 1 HropV. Buffalo
i Mat iftuuhi i
i-iwi M trd.m
. 6 jt s?-f that 1 Jti'
I a vj (0y
fare n nS 1
i ill. sncLYky b-
sLroeaeep Ttit diszy snelU if aud
1 tu-v ifiaJ no return of ik kklay
trouble deentte my advanced age"
Hne vac at ail tieaters Don't
susply ak lor a kidney setaedy set
Imsb Kid&ey 1111 tfte name tbnt
Dortrii baa Foster-Miibum Co..
Bevsl; $ Stertes - J
Kvd '" - i.--Sf ' I ' td i
It -ir u 4..vt h.i t. I1 ' al
line wr Hauw of tb ut rnuit.m
tUi tbe bns i- i ii'i ivuu
rut o- were nun mi mm niMr w
is o rt uibjt. tssne abewbss'
tnt tue f nm Biissbts jomtbj -sinb ;
thMT Kwt tor the wwans tibal
is wv-ruues i4 LSUbtNn el FvMtt nnd
wgu '-'-' '--.i bjiu!d to ' In.
i..Ji v ..' tn. itMtu fiH.e.k
.'s ' iiin tu$ is tn saMten
xv u a tu ot v v - it
j t If J'U
$nnc . itm m 4
... . ttme it wort catted a
f&X. VCfr J HPJt TcA
. OLL. CriOOU CLQ5E:
rot? THE surEiR.
AHT 0U n IT SOI
CAN da TO
m'4 I SUMMER 5CBC
I I in J
i I l" i Mnv.t
i l ''&'Z JUL
E hbs SfeUi mil CDISIDER
line .Man hi rnllnhnn Count) l'ltintcd
Sctent) Acres to IVnnuts nnd
Vou. man sing ot oil well" gold
uiines and pearl fisheries but when
tt come down to brass tacks you
'l find the humble peanut singing
bass in the first ranks of the money
Certain portions ct rallahan and
Brown counties have beet extremely
frrtunate in producing line of the
By Th aviflat.l 1'ress
AMSTi:HnM Vn :t V Berlin
Tageblatt print .i di-pati h fi'om Zu-
rich to the effect that the meeting
next Tuesdav of the foreign affairs
committee of tlie Bunde-rat presum-'
ablv has been called because of the
jmmmMmw n l n in il iL f 1M M
iMore Please!" j
EM MUm-m-mI Isn't it good?" That's - .
Up what the children all say about Dun- !
H bar's King KomUs Syrup. And the .
mm grown-ups say it too. J
m i m Mm
wmmL-JmmWmWr i C3L tfnd JF
Rf --X jryP-ii TCtaigsrtp: flavor of the '
!& g-1 Male 'act ntym put up In sanlary can
AT ( nWZl Wr0 Hmll Ghc th mDu
v ""HlK m ''PHlaff KomJI Syrup Ask your
11 40 5roccn j?
s jrnsfw Dunbar MoUrcj 4iWf '
vf P &SyrapCo. iiSf
7? NwOrUas lBnn5r-
Succssfullv used for
. . .
fcciema and sinrny I'-'j1 ft'3''"
tome from a disorJc; J Jftp : con
dition of '.lie blooti. an J Jr k can
inly -a cured Ly syIJl''; ir''t a
borough clr ansirfr injjt r fjv:n?
from it all traccjQr t W' -ra;e
Ihts U hv S.jp SMi Wlm ue'.
so fUCCtfSsfully m htdreds of case
ci tvezenu and'&tucf in enittot.s.
a id Skin jf untions
iel 1 pophis Old Remedy
Ft foTT' .!-.;.
feaanV Tins wonderful remedy is fthuC an
f0 .t!1v t!i rIH"t- Klrvn.-I mrifti-itas nn lii
market. It has been sold by drug-
gists for fifty years.
Yen sre tnvued tu write today
for ci'-vpictc aa.l tutl avi:e as to
t'tc trcatrenj ef yar own talc Ad-
.'re chat Medical Aiwcr d
SV?'fic tX DtpU U. AtUnta. &
nr e '"Jr
ts arf 'ihikly
- aiftjtf in the
J it A tMynnh fui-
df io. if Jr ytfu are a
fit 1 Mr i
jbtfirn Aypeti' t.e
ftojrW. r ynw nil rt rr.i y:
rSI pjfln? a JfFor
A r vi. . lAJV . .In Jl jfln ?.ja
0r' e B-. jv ' i .m. T
stt .. wotgyrg
iiot mooy i
rn-?rpyyp i; '. jfT'M ti fi'lilTgr'
1 1 jFMkjiil f turn. .!
I'.Tn if'XiJ't Tin- i haiH
A. L. Tabor
loth and Hickory Sta.
Fresh and Pine The
Homemade Kind at
PHOM: SO. i.
To Citizens Matiooal Bank
IV30TZ & CURTIS
Vou need Paint Vaii Paper Glass or
THINK OF THE
RALPH PAINT &. PAPER CO.
4th AND PINE STREET-
NEW ATJT0 MACHINE SHOP
I hT leased the J. t Wootm Auto Kcpsir bhop n.i a in
uqtttppud to hntidlu all kitMls of Auto Ktpiiriuir.
A. 0. AlDERSON.
Shop Pheac 125 P.e3idenc ?ho8 842
North 2nd it 1- I) or W. f It .j.i ilrowit f
BWWIlwlw''"'i"""l'l'M""""ML"M3''M"""'"J"'" rTliniimiiriiii.nnwniininnnTMi ii
WANTKI) TO Bl'Yr-T
Hand Furniture withi
have Household (i
opportunity of he
V (LKclf liums (I NL'Cilllf
u6fie Tikt w et'k . I f vu u
o(j(ir i nWale don't miss this
i If notAigiil Ue.-ui'n It.
inr mm iin iimi 1 ty rf -t
& -Ti f
11 South 1st.
:N BILIOUS? NO! STOP!
Tops Recovered and Repaired
Any Style-Alt Grades
Spauiding Automobile Go.
I2S Cedar Street Phone 764
'De&sa's Lfar Twjfs Hannkss Tof .Ji"i
Cla Year ilish Uht
onrriHs! lafcr a dM of ud4ng
mji ubitim im uunorrow jou
-r" "T ss
Mmmm is auri7 or qgRltd
fTwsn SBusas uwroMg oi t
umobmm waB it eoases into ot
w war nu ett lulu u. U
up. 1U9 u wbaa jou ltt twf j
bw. aaeMaaiittg. f jou i Oug
f. u9 a. JtuuKKiHi out. at ur
it Uttftd and UowU MJfcUji.W
or yon k UicU a.io tfJtr.l
tonU if bratl. to ui r t-i. ...ur
H4 U afitdtd ol BarmL-M l J. tV
Urtr Toce tcaifc oa toy gutraati
sranlcs Co to w !ru
a AO erst Uii- ' p
a. Tak a 't. .' J
t- trfiWiv -u. i ' ' -j
ou fel Sae and 'r' ' "'
u l go Utek t tn ri
ur noKT lwdn' u '
r"yH lW aal o cak-iutfl !""
u rai Iniir UMdwuM tjr-i "'
il. tlsrjii it caki nut ajlikit'
1 ('uaraBts Utat on spoonful ' ' p
son's l.r Tons vttll pot your -insr
to work and clsaa our b
tiat mmr UW and const .fliJ '
ubu'U ta rlumtay your ' '
"U fwl niMwaJbls. J jtur' ' '
a l-ottlo ot l"KaB' Llr !' w
1P ur vaUnt fanui tli-x '
oi ' tit it to Jur hjlaiv . l
larii.!. duea't gfipo a4t Jv iW
Get it frnmumir
Outfit 9aStt of a
AW i.k.d tail
ntiM- I !
un nil i n m 'SJ
fvry rvadsr pf this 1
paper may &" y
ovatwo tvt urt or this vKnTiw.Nr
PUMOX DMKEX HAZQt CO JchoCvOtyKJ.J
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