Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 281, Ed. 1 Monday, June 3, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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WHS Alliums 9AILY REPORTER MONDAY JUNE 8 1W7
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PLENTY OF 8 PER GENT
MONEY TO LEND
On good Farming Lands or Ranches repaya-
ble in either five or ten equal annual install-
ments. See or write us for the particulars.
Land Dealers and Money Lenders Abilene Texas
is a Large Sum
It represents total amount INDIVIDUAL checks
and deposits handled by Farmers & Merchants Na-
tional Bank of Abilene for the first THREE
months of the year 1907. This large volume of
business does not result from the bank accounts of
a few large corporations but represents the busi-
ness transacted with this bank by over EIGH-
TEEN HUNDRED customers whose confidence
and patronage evidences their opinion of our con-
servative business policy and our ability to serve
them efficiently. If you are not now one of our5
customers we want you to be one. Your busi-
ness will be appreciated and whether large or
small will receive careful personal attention of one
of the bank's officers.
Mrs O. Ch.
east of Abilene
80vcrnl years I
Plenty of Them ia Abilene nnd Good
Reason for If.
"Wouldn't nny woman bo happy.
After years of backacho Buffering
Days of irilaery nights of unrest.
The distress or urlnaty tftfublcs
Sho finds relief nnd curo
No reason why nny AhJTcnc render
Should duffer In the fajR) of evidence
cpar living. one mllp
Ucxus sirys: "For
'as greatly annoyed
d kltfnoy trouble
kldrieya was Irregu
lar nnd the was or burning pain ac-
compnnylnp the fKldnoy secretions.
1 uIbo Jiad a constant bcarlng-down
pain ncloffiSJUaTnll of my back and
at nlghjxmiil not lost on nccount of
thct rufln. and durlngitlutfffy It was a
coiwantyWirce ofljisory. Doan's
KhfneyPllls procurBfT at L. J I. Brad-
flfcld'a'drug store fifed me up In good
hap. Tho back Jrouble disappeared
ujffil and regular. This cucc has re
Ijhalned pormanent. I havo had no
.fneed to take a kidney medicine for
over a year"
For sale by all dealers. Price 56
cents. FoBter-MIlliurn Co. Buffalo.
New York solo agents for tho United
Remember the name Doan'e and
take bo otfcor.
AIRS 8 If
HENRY JAMES Cashier.
ilrg. T. H. Dunagin of Merkol re-
turned home Saturday. She had been
visiting Uiree daughters here Mrs. J.
If. Martin Mrs. C. W. Dudley and Mrs.
O. H. White has returned from East
land to which 'place he went on business.
Mrs. W. H. Stockton of Merkel who
has been In Abilene visiting the fam-
ily of her uncle H. C. Stockton re-
turned homo Saturday afternoon.
Mis. M. E. Tlppett and Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Tippett went to Merkel Saturday
on the 4:54 afternoon passenger
Misses Cecilia and Helena Nova-
koskl have gone on a visit to friends
at San Antonio Houston and Galves-
ton. They will be gone two months
Eugene Wood & Co. who have occu-
pied a part of the Winnifred barber
shop ground floor are moving Into
the rooms ovor the Weste Texas Jew-
elery Cq. and Mr. Winnlford will dou-
ble the number of chairs In his shop.
Has It For Less
Monday June 10
Your Choice 2 for 50c
This is the Blue and White
ware. Don't fail to be at this sale
with many others as this will bo
Opening day for our Soda Foun
tain wo will serve drinks free to
to every customer and will have
many bargains to offer. A beau
tiful 1Cx20 Gold framed picture
free with every $2.50 purchase
nONAPAHTK WOULD IMPRISON..
SAYS FINKS NOT SUFFICIENT
Washington Uuno ii ''in Bomb
cases whore continuous violations
of tho law Involvo a largo numbor of
alleged illegal nets each one of them
criminal tho total fines whloh can
bo Imposed havor proved sufficient
But in other cases it is tho opinion of
most prosecuting ofllcors Uiat tho law
can bo much moro clearly and effi-
ciently enforced through tho Impris-
onment of individual defendnnts."
TIiIb was tho stntemen't or Chns.
J Bonaparte Attorney Genornl In
President RoosoVolt's cnblnot when
nsked today If in his opinion tho Im-
position of fines alone has proved ef-
fective la checking violations of tho
law by tho big corporations of tho
country. The action of tho State of
Texas against tho Wators-Plorco Oil
Co. ousting that concern from tho
State and imposing a fino of moro
than a million nnd a half dollars to-
day Is looked on hero as a severe
blow to trusts.
All doubts as to whether the Attor-
ney General Is sufficiently "radical"
to favor tho more strenuous but gen-
erally regarded necessary courso of
Imprisonment of Individuals was re-
moved when the question was put to
him point blank.
Ho also made It clear that in his
belief prosecution of corporations
by the federal government Is advan-
cing rapidly and becoming more business-like
and that tho federal courts
havo strengthened the hands of the
people against the tyrany of the cor-
porate wealth and are endeavoring
for more effective service than more
radical state courts.
Yon Have Only to Look Out at Your Front Door to See an Ames-
bury ifuggy or Delivery Wagon. Your Neighbor Will Tell You
His Experience with The ANESBURY. :-: :-: :-: :-:
1 in i mTI Til? "'
i I mmwmmm Emmmmmmmmml JlMMr
MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE
AFTER ARREST FOR FORGERY.
At 2:30 yesterday afternoon J. F.
Hacklemnn cut his throat with a kulfe
In an effort to take his life following
approhendslon and arrest by Deputy
Sheriff Buster Jones and Sheriff Futch
The tragedy was enacted at the
Caldwell Wagon Yard immediately
following his knowledge of tho fact
that he was in the toils of the law.
He first attacked the officers with the
knife Inflicting slight wounds and
then turned the weapon on himself.
Dr. W. D. Patton was hastily summon-
ed and dressed tho wounds after
which the unfortunate man was re-
moved to the county jail.
It is charged that Hackleman was
traveling over the country represent-
ing himself to be a Mr. Cobb of a firm
of Cobb & Co and as such cashed
worthless checks at different points
from Texarkana this way Including
Brownwood and Coleman) His In-
fractions at Coleman occasioned the
pursuit by Sheriff Futch of that coun-
ty. Arriving at San Angelo Hackle-
man renewed his check manipulation
securing money from both the Bright-
well store and B. C. Alexander & Co
At the former place ho purchased
goods to tho amount of $5 present-
ing a check for $10 the difference be-
ing received in cash which same poli-
cy was pursued with Alexander &
Co. Soon after this his arrest was ac-
complished. He evidently understood and ap-
preciates the predicament In which. he
has placed himself and sought to re-
lelve the courts of the duty of affixing
a punishment for tho crime. It is
said he begged for a gun at the jail
this afternoon presumably to com-
plete the job he had undertaken to do
with his knlfo.
Lato reports wore to the effect that
ho was doing as well as could be ex
pected considering tho nature of the
wounds. San Angelo News.
Call at our store Sfid: let us show you a NOBBY line
of Runabouts.and Surries
ED S. HUGHES-COJ
GROWTH OF FARMERS UNION
TIEW IT WITH AIjAHH
Tapeka Kan. June f. Tho Repub-
lican leaders of Kansas and tho West
vlow with alarm tho rapid growth of
tho Farmers Union. This organiza-
tion is similar In many respects to
tho old Farmers' Alliance of tho ear-
ly 90s which swept Kansas and Ne-
braska out ot tho republican column
nnd which was tho forerunner of tho
Populist party.. Tho leaders of tills
now movement Insist that politics
will bo bared but thla statement Is
rtot reassuring to ropuullca.is. They
r member how tha loade of the
lrniiors At i nee :!ri(i yars ir
moro ago pledged tho peopjo there
would bo no politics in tho organi
zation Thoy wero not figuring how
Jorjry Simpson. Senutor Pfc'ftor Geo
Llowelfng Mrs. Lease and others took
advnntago of tho movement. It Is
worthy of noto that the mon who wero
delegates to tho moting nt Hutch-
inson from tho local unions ot Tex-
as are the same type as thoso who
wore prominent in tho organization
of the Farmers' Alliance eighteen
"Chock" McGlnnls of baseball fame
loft Saturday to join the Anson team
He wil play second .base McGlnnls
has played leaguo bal) bosldos play-
ing in two games with Abllono year
boforo. last and he la all right.
Dr. Tom Hollla will be out of his
office for several days being out of
When the alarm breaks out can
you feel the security and 'protection
afforded by a policy in one of the
TIME TRIED FIRE TESTED
CONFLAGRATION PROOF Com-;
panies which you can obtain from
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Motz St Curtis
Insurance and Rental Agents
Abilene - Texas
noiHBb iu or
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ment as" made to
March 22 i9or
Loans and Overdrafts. . 1315079.53
U. S. Bonds & Prem... 19400.00
Cash and Exchange . . . 100014.08
Furniture and Fix 2.500.00
Redemption Fund 237.60
Capital $ 76000.00
Surplus &UudVd Profs. 32758.77
Cert Dep. Money Bor. NONE
Bills Payable NONE.
Geo. 1. Paxton
jnHUk w to
Best equipped Machine Shop west of Fort Worth.
to all machine work.
Prompt attention giTfln
Automobile Work a Specialty
"We also carry a complete stock of Wind Mills Pumps Tanks Wrought
Iron Pipes and Fittings and all kinds of Steam and Water Supply Goods
Wo will keep on hand several Automobiles with COMPETENT osd SAFE
Chauffeurs for hire by tho hour day or trip. Call or Phone Us
Miles I APirat-class
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Successor to J. P. Wooten
South and aud Sycamore Streets Telephone Connection
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IF NOT WHY NOT?
NOWS THE TIME TO PLAN!
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Shook, L. B. Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 281, Ed. 1 Monday, June 3, 1907, newspaper, June 3, 1907; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth315043/m1/2/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.