Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 253, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 1, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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PLENTY OF 8 PER GENT
MON EY TO LEND
On good Farming Lands or Ranches repaya-
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Land Dealers and Money Lenders Abilene Texas
OF ABILENE TEXAS
We Have the
Necessary for the conduct of an
Deposits Last Statement March 22nd 1907
It is the only refriger-
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TWX Alltew PAnT KErOKHiK
AlltLBNE JiODOE HO. 274
Tho program whlcli wns published in
thcBO columns on Saturday wns buc-
ccssfully carrle(lout as announced
on Monday evening tho 20th. A hluo
blizzard blow down on us during tho
day and at 4 l hi. It was so cold that
moro than half of our membership
did not conio out for fear of making
their wives and babies stole. But I
have never seen a larger a happier
or moro Jovial gathering lu Abllono
and as to the suppor I suppo&a all
had plenty to cat as no ono was heard
complain and thoro was bread meats
plckels etc. loft on tho tables.
Tho lino of march extended from
South Third to South First and as all
wore facing a florco cold cutting
wind no ordor was Kept marching six
to 15 abreast. Thd Christian church
proved to bo too small and many failed
to got seats and had to leave or stand
and there wnsbut llttlo standing room
as 200 chairs had been placed In tho
church In adltlon to tfoa regular scats.
I would bo glad to glvo a synopsis of
tho splendid talks by Col. "W. M. Lacy.
County Judgo T. A. Bledsoe Hon. B.
L. Russoll of Batrd and Grand Sec-
retary Walker of Dallas but to give
space for the other celebrations for-
bids. Tho songs were appropriately Illus-
trated by storeopticon views and were
so Impressive that "Blest bo tho tie
that binds our hearts in Christian
lovo" brought forth an exclamation
of Joy from one good sister.
The following visitors who came in
to enjoy the hospitalities or Abilene
lodge registered at the 25000 Club
ANSON J. H. Bailey W. G. Thom-
as J. K. Derden. W. B .Hendrick J.
L. Lantriif. F. A. Arnold W. S. Beck.
BUFFALO GAP.S E. Willard D.
Booth H A. Reddell. J. B. A Reddflll
W. F Tripp J F Johnson.
HAWLBY E. W. Kldwell It. D.
Jcfferies and wife Geo. F Dockery
.1. V Hauck G. A. Docker). Geo. M.
Stephens J. G. Pinkston J M Lynn.
STAMFORD H. F. Jackson M. P
Jackson O. P Llndsey.' W. W Ad-
cock. BA1RD Grand Master H. Schwartz
F. F. and Mrs. Rains C. H. and Mrs.
Mnhnn Miss Rubjv Schwartz W. R.
El. B. L Russoll.
CLYDE C. J. Wilson. B. C. Lowry
Melinda Wilson P. N. G. Rebekah
lodge; Minnie Wilson A. McAntosb
and wife Stella Young J. B. Clemer
Jennie Harris R. S. Smith P. L. Love-
lady S. B. Lovelady J. W. McCormick
B. F. Woodward T. D. Bennett C B
fcjouui w j. nam a. m. ana .urs.
Turbevvill? Perry Clepper W. R.
Crownover J. H. Mitchell W. C. Hash-
a B. P. Smothers John Murray
CAPS (Borders Chapel) Clyde
Robortson E. C. Starks Hugh Brews-
ter C. R. Llndsey Virgil London W.
P. Pylant. W H Hooper. .1. .1. Spann
W. T Wilbanks M. D. Richnnls. C. B
Scogglns R. A Terry T. H Wlngo.
N A. Mobley.
POTOSI L D. Reed J. M. Cutblrth
T. B. Bthdrege. J. O. Reed G. D. Gil-
breth O. C. Gilbretb Loyd Bynum
Jas. Gllbroth. W. H.'Holllngsworth W.
R. Gllbreth B M. Bearden.
ST1TH J. H Reddell. J. E. Yates
TYE W. L .Klncaid J. B. Thomas
SCATTERING T. A. Robinson Den
ton A. W. Langston Atlanta Ga C.
T. and W .H. Heller and J. D. Landers
Lawn; J. W. Mansfield Iberls; J. T.
Rice M. D. Missouri; G. W. Powers
Hodges; S. N. Little Sambo A. M.
Havens Cisco; G. W. Harden 55C
J. W. Skllos Dentqn; W. H. Walker
Dallas; Jno. T. Bryson I. T Judge
J. H. Calhoun Cisco.'
The writer went to Merkel on Thura
day night to ha in good time for tho
picnic Thursday but old Jupiter Plu-
vuis and a shivering northehr came on
us and came very near wrecking tho
But preparations had been made by
tho boys their wlvfcs and swoothearts
and tho merchants had Joined- in to
mndo it a great day by closing their
stores from 10 to 4 o'clock to allow
their clerks to go out and Join In the
festivities and nt 12 o'clock their wore
Has It For Less
Watch our windows for Spe-
cials? every day of some kind.
We are receiving daily
our new spring stock of
goods. Come and
see our stock
We will soon have in our
Watch for Opening
WHPW8PAY MAX 1 1M7
200 or moro on tho groundsmostly"
A stand had been erected for tho
sppakcr and musicians nnd stouts for
tho Indies. Two cold drink and Ico
cream Btands woro on tho grounds
but a hot tnmnlo joint would tinvo look
ed moro Invltng to tho cold Bhlvorlng
RoVs. Marion of Cisco nnd Smith of
Mlerkol wcro tho speakers Mr. Mason
making his address beforo tho dinner
horn blow. Mr Mason Is 70 years
of ngo' and has been n member of tho
tho throo-dink fratetnlty for 58 years
and is spending cvory hour of his tlmo
In traveling working and talking for
tho spread and upbuilding of one of
tho greatest and grandest orders
known to modeVn times. Mr. Mason
Is not eloquent but tolls his story In
such a simple earnest way that ho
holds his hearors Bpoll-bound. At tho
close of his talk dinner was announc-
ed nnd whtlo J. W. Compton had ask-
ed mo to keep one oyo on him when
this most welcome announcement wns
mndcl had renlgged and had both eyes
set on a country gentleman H. M
Ralnbolt I know my friend Compton
would have tho best that tho tov.Ti
market affords and I know further
that Fried Rainboldt would have tho
best that Is raised on the farm and I'll
tako tho latter every time.
After dinner Elder Smith pastor of
tho Merkel Christian church held his
hearers for half on hour with a most
instructive and interesting talk on tho
principles of Odd Fellowship.
Considering the cold and disagree-
able wind and the Nubia and Dora
lodges celebrating across tho moun-
tains south and tho Caps boys at home
making preparations for a like occas-
ion tho Merkel boys are to be con-
gratulated on their splendid success.
On the 26th last the Odd Fellows of
Potosl held a basket picnic at that
place in colebratlon of the anniversa-
ry which was well attended a num-
ber of the Abilene lodge attending.
The day was ideal. In the morning an
address was made by Bro. Davis after
which a bountiful repast was spread
on which the hungry crowd regaled
themselves to their heart's content.
In tho afternoon Hon. W. L. Grogan
of Abilene addressed the meeting and
a short talk was made by Judge E. M.
Overshlner white' at intervals the Po-
tosi choir sang many beautiful songs.
It is safe to say that Potosi has one
of tho best choirs in the country. Af
ter the speaking baseball was played
between Potosl and Dudley. There
was also a morning game of baseball
betweenWest Texas Business College
team and Potosl team.
On last Saturday the Caps Lodge I.
O. O. F. celebrated their anniversary
in a basket picnic In a beautiful grove
about a nillo northwest of Cnps. In
the morning there was a game of base
ball between Abilene Kids and Caps
small boc.. which resulted in a vic-
tory for the Abilene boys. Dinner was
spread underneath tho spreading elms
of the creek and tho crowd enjoyed
a most bountiful repast. In the after-
noon Hon. T. A. Bledsoe of Abileno
addressed tho crowd on the subject
of Odd Fellowship. Judge E. M. Over-
shlner also spoke after which Rev.
J. M. Dawson of the Western Evangel
wns called on and made a splendid
talk. Rev. Callaway also responded
in a short and appropriate address.
Bob Ayers was there and with hit.
peculiar tact such ns belongs only
to Bob furnished much merriment for
the occasion. After the speaking a
game of baseball was played between
Caps and Pleasant Hill teams In
which tho former was victorious by
a score of 4 to 2.
Come to Hundreds of Abilcn0 People
Thort? are days of dizziness;
Spells of headache sldeache back-
ache; Sonio times rheumatic pain;
Often urinary disorders.
All toll you .plainly the kidneys are
Ponn's Kidn y Pills cur.o all kidney
Hero is pi iof in Abilene.
A. Gobauor blacksmith living at
122 Cedar strelt Abilene Texas says:
"My wife uesd bean's Kidney Pills and
says they did ler more raSod than any
othor modioli sho ovot used. -Her
kldnoys had otheredhor for sev-
eral years en ising adhlng across tho
Bmnll of henbnek ejtfondlng nndor tho
shoulder hlilol Bpeys of dizzy head-
uohes and ujtlkldnfiy Ber-fpMnBJt were
very lrroguIarYnMyscfored. Hsolng
Dpan's KldncjyY'y3 Juvortlsed I Vent
to lu II. BnxfWfdmi drug storeand
got n box. Sheets down InJwd nt
the timo and ie s jphnjjohnu; othor
medicines nnd commenced with tho
pills. In only a foA days sho was up
and around. Sho glVs nil tho credit
for this to Doan's Kldftey Pills."
FoT sole by all dealtJVq. Prico 60
cents. Itostor-Mllbura COiBuffalo
Now York boIo agents for tho United
Remember the name Boon's -rand
tnko no other.
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Destroys Tow in Texas
Take our advice and insure
every piece of yomipp-
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as you do against fire. It s
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Loans and Overdrafts.. $315079.53
U. S. Bonds & Prem... 19100.00
Cash and Exchange . . . 100014.08
Furniture and Fix 2.500.00
Redemption Fund 237.50
Capital $ 75000.00
Surplus fiUud'v'd Profs. 32758.77
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Shook, L. B. Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 253, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 1, 1907, newspaper, May 1, 1907; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth315015/m1/2/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.