Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 12, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 24, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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THE ABILENE DAILY REPORTER
Published Evory Aftornoon Except Sunday
Bi ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY.
1022-28 North Second Streot
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' Geo. 8. Andoroon E. H. Klofor M. B. Mnnko.
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L. B8H00K Editor
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tDrsita checks and postofflco or express ordora should bo
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tvtweribors failing to recelvo tholr papor regularly will
confer a favor upon the management by reporting samo to
iae business ofllco. All papora should bo dollvered by
:ejeach afternoon.' and If delivery Is not made by
J -nni o'clock p. m. report same a the business office.
Aayierroneous reflection upon the character standing or
ropntatloD of any person firm or corporation which may
appear In the columns of Tho Reporter will bo gladly cor-
twtd upon Its being brought to the attention of the fiym
ftmslness and Circulation S. W. 67; Roberta 6-7 One-Ring
(Editorial. S. W. 1-8-3. Roberts 1-6-1
Texas farmora last year produced enough cottcn to I
pay for all iho rnllroadB In tho state. Andthat Is going
some Tho banks of tho state have deposits nnd surplus
enough to build ns many miles of railroad as wo have
and then buy all tho prcsont lines. Tho money on de-
posit belonging to farmers In this stato would construct'
cottcn mills to work up two million? of bales of tho bUi-
plo and to thus earn twonty per cent on tho money that
In now Idle nnd mnklng them not ono cent A llttlo whllo
ago wo stated that Texas money was loaned to Now York
banks to tho amount of thirty millions of dollars. Lator
statistics show that tho amount Is near one hundred mil-
Hens. Is It not about time for Texas to begin making
hor own cotton nnd woolen goods as well na many other
Everyone should take a tonic in the SDrW: their systems rcauire iL The blood lias
become thickand sluggish' with the accumulations left in the system from breathing tho
impure air of closed rooms and overheated buildings; the heavy rich foods of the Winter j
manufactured articles now furnished by other states? season etc. and when this vital fluid is aroused and stirred to quicker action by the return
Ccmmon bcpbo would nnswer "yes.1
f warmer weather thesp waste matters and pojsous arc distributed through the circulation?
to act depressing and injuriously on the system. The blood being in this unnatural Arid ' -
juijuic tviuuitiuu is uuuuic iu iuruisu me Doay witu ttie proper amount 01 nounsumcut ana
strength and the system suffers from debility weakness nervousness indigestion loss of :
appetite and many other unpleasant symptoms of a disordered blood circulation. '
l lie depleted system must have assistance; it' needs a tonic and it is important that th
stntwred at tho postofflco at Abllone Toxas as second-class
Attorney General Davidson Is out In a long statement
In which he denies being the author of the anti-trust law
except the caption and says that the attorney general's
ofllco Is not responsible for it in any way although he i
IntiniatCB that It Is a law of which Its author might well
feol proud. Ho also denies that the law ocntemplates
the punishment of dealers who handle trust-made goods
and quctes freely from the statute In support of his con-
tention lie may be right in this and if he Is the objection
to tho law will not He. The newspaper men who have
read the law claim that it makes all dealers in these goods
responsible with the members of the trusts and the lan
guage quoted by the Dallas News a few days ago certalnlj
seems to bear out the first interpretation of the enactment.
Mr. Davidson intimates that all the furor Is for the pur-
pose' of discrediting him and Is a political move but he
Is wrong in that respect. Let us hope that his interpreta-
tion Is the correct one
It Is estimated that Texas needs thirty-eight thousand
miles more railroad nnd that the action of tho past
'cglslature has sot tho construction back flvo years. Thus
It wculd appear that tho moBt expensive Institution In
ftm nrnrn Ir tho tnplnlntiirn. An tvft hnvn hftfnrn rnmarkod
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it 1b not so much what tho legislature has dono aB whnt proper on e DC selected wiicn tlie health is in this disordered condition it is not sate tc
it tries every timo it meets to do. if tho boy thinks you taketiriknownconcpctions.sarsaparillas.etc. . ... j j.i -
have a threshing laid up for him ho will &&$ because they Usually contain potash OV caK i& & iSS. VgZ
fear you more than for a dozen already adnflnffitSreU other Strong mineral ineredients which act "n"" l purify ord onrloh tho blood and to invigprat
Nagging Is tho meanest thing that can bo. dopoana wo. r-ui .. 9 . . .. and tono up.tho oyotoai. This spring my .blood was ba
vote that tho solons wo send to Austin next year bain- .u T" Ua"Scrau " lIie SS SffiS? & 22h- "IK "ZJSZ.
run-uown weaKenea system at a time wueu "T.'Zr" '. "u" " ""vD .. uo. v- -ar
r. j 1 i . J . - . my blpbd la in fino condition and my general health iae
"Bceus geuue ana natural Stimulation IO thobSst. Am filling position as fSremanfon a-Jarga-cof-
Ihrowoff the impurities and recuperate its 00?eLro'.oudlf1ivras n6t lh ?? physioaroonditioatt
. Ar . j i i i woald be imposslblo for mo to fill tho place YourS.B.8.
lOSt energy A great deal IS being said hrfl boon of groat Jorvloe to mo and Ido not hositttioto
these days about living close to nature and glI8clV.tl;au0o8flitJtldoS9r?; WM- F yAU DYKE-
J . . P . . .' il5 Fifth St. Boavor Falls Poaa. a
it is more applicable to medicines perhaps 1
than anything else. Nature has provided a reincWy for all the ills of mankind and medicines
made from nature's vegetatiou act better in everjvayj:lian do the strong mineral mixtures'
which are the products of the chemist's or apothelary's shop
The greatest of all tonics is S. S. S. It is nKde entirely of the roots herbs and barks
of the forests and fields selected for their ptmfyjfg and health restoring qualities ; and as
it does not contaiii the slighteaTCtace of mttierafin any form it is especially adapted for a
systemic remedy one tlulL(fs aMoluteysafe n young or old. S. S. S. acts directly on
the blood ridding it of awpanil ail imparities MrllpQisons and restoring the lost properties
of rich nutritive strendtjrso thLjisnablecftofeupply to the system the ; heathful; : invig-
orating energy needed ass iforrynigjseasn f the year. Its action is the most prompt
pleasant and satisfactory of all tonics
structed to quit it
RecklesB driving on the streets must be stopped. It
does not necessarily mean fast driving though that is
a habit that should be discouraged. Tho driver who shows
no respect for the rights of others may never violate
the fast driving ordinance and still show a contempt for
the rlphts of other drivers and for pedestrians. In this
connection it may not be amiss to say that little children
are allowed to take many chanceB In driving vohlclcs be-
fore they are qualified by cither strength to properly
manage horses or the necessary judgment to do so. The
business delivery wagons show the least regards for tht
rights of others who have the use of the streets and tholr
employes should give them a few hints. We have spoken
of this before and may have occasion to make some re
marks much more definite unless we see an improvement.
William Rockefeller was quoted the other day as say-
ing that the enrtngs of railroads continue to show as-
tonishing gains. This fact should be an important one
to the people of Abilene because It points to the present
as tho accepted time for securing the proper railroad
facilities. Strike while tho Iron Is hot To secure new
lines while the roads are not dclng a satisfactory business
Is almost impossible. The time to do a thing is when
It is comparatively easy and this Ib the time.
Anv more counties to hear from in the new laws that
makQjltrpube? Wo are awaiting the appearance of the
printed epplea with bated breath. It might be that all of
as have committed; murder every day since tho new stat-
utes became effective.
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Tho boy or man who will take a kick from any quarte"
without protest may expect to be kicked from every dlrec
tlon. This is the attitude the press of Texas has occuple''
during tho past few years In submitting to the dictat'c
of the legislature and If the newspapers are going to l!f
down nnd beg for mercy Instead of fighting for their
rights they will deserve every kick they may get
What Is the world coming to? A real live Amerlcar
kind of Joke has appeared in that stalwart London jour
nal the Tribune which the other day perpetrated th-
"ollowlng: Mrs. Potter Palmer has for the second tlpi'
"n a fortnight been given away in marriage by the Amer-
ican Press. They appear determined to palmer eff on
some one but she still potters about a mere widow."
THAT Si S.
and blood purifiers and those who are
beginning to feel the need of a medi-
cine to fortify the system against the
unpleasant conditions that come with
Spring will do well to commence its use
at once. It will not only tone up the
system but will remove any taint or
minor that may be in thefbiood and thus prevent an outbreak of Eczema Tetter Salt Rheum
or other rash or eruption of the skin. S. S. S. restores lost energy relieves that all worn out
tired feeling quiets the nerves helps the appetite and imparts a relish for food and in every
way adds tone and vigor to the entire system and prepares it for the depressing Summer
months that are to follow. i
In selecting your tonic for this year do not be led into believing that others are "just as
tmnA Kuf n-At X- ?- -S TUP gSSFATFJST T9BT Atff TtoMltni- A na lnf f. mnM .
Hlllsboro is organizing a cotton exchange for the pur- f ' ? . T. . XT -
pose of getting the quotations during the season whicb "TO 3'ears has been recognized as such. IUs Nature's tonic absolutely pure and safe and
rename in every way. c. &. &. is tor sale at an nrst-ciass drug stores.
THE SWIFT SPEGHF1C COMPANY ATLANTA 6MU
service has been furnished free heretofore by the va
rious commercial exchanges that the last legislature
out cut of business. This service will cost the Hllls-
boro people about four thousand dollars per annum.
We should make a beautiful park of tho thirty-odd acres
comprls'ng the campus of Simmons College because It
will pay a big return In dollars and cents besides adding
to the attractiveness of the town and to the pleasure of
our own people.
Even big men have kept their eyes peeled to keep from
being run down In the streets of Abilene. The careless
drivers are not all children by a long shot Something
is due to happen socn.
BUMPER CORN CROP
BAISED IN LAMAR COUNTY.
PARI; July 23. To house the 1907
corn crop will be a serioua task with
tho Lamar county agriculturist. Not
nough barnB bins and 'sheds can be
foundj t It will therefore be neces-
ary ojn. .nracucally ovory farm ln iho
1 county to erect additional irpom for
. the approaching crop. Already enough
corn .assured to meet all demands
for twp jyears; another rain before
August wilt Increase the yield many-
Thqro will bo no-scarcity of feed for
s stock during the iiext two years Not
only Is corn splendid but also tho
loats and millet' The wheat however
ijwas a iauuror-oarciy one-nair or a: 1W
I crop being bnrWed. East Front dlfuWoToflli
Each passing day sees a betterment e Btrlot nlny'
of the cotton crop. Unlyexsal confi
dence has been restored among the fjpttat won't come off appears: on ba
farmers and men
Let us glvo you estimate:
wants. Minnetonka Lumber
J. D. Stinchcomb Jr.
sick his friends are sorj
Sreen doors at Min
By's face after one bottle of Whlto'p
Cream Vermifuge the great worm med
iclno. Why not keep that -smile on
baby's face. If you keep this medi-
cine on hand you will never see any
thing else but smiles on his face. Mrs
sj. DiucKweii ukio. writes; my
baby was peevish and fretful. Would
not eat and I feared h would die. I.
used a bottle of Whltes CrcamVerml-
fugo and he has notr had a sick' day
since. Sold by AfisttL. H. Bradfleld
J. W. Wooten came In thlsmorn
Ing from Sweetwater amireports
me crops or an Kinas vruip way in
as fino as one over.
Abileno Dry Goods Co.
i A t.arp KtAr.lr nf
Salh Doors Brick
M. LU JL
W. J. Aklns came in this morning
from Hill county to vls!t his brother
J. M. Aklns who lives out about three
miles. He had not located his brother
when he saw him.
Jas. Ervln came In from IJlsco Inst
ovenlng to Joln&hls wlfqDU a visit
He will be here aweek
and Cement AbTDJi
ke You the
rice. We want
Your Business. See Us
l'inn Himtt. lcnm
Two of the best
hand pianos for
gain In each on
i If 1
is a bar-
Johnny Was a Sport
It happened in Sunday-school. Not
Marseilles Markets . food. A species of octopus with its
If the traveler approachss Mar- long tentacles Is one of the most pop-
sellles by water he will be rewarded ular and strange to say the hideous one of the children had studied their
by a novel pageant of fisher folk ga- kcking arms are the most delicate lessons apparently and as for Johnny
mlns who have rowed out and are on an( the most valued part. Huge crabs the new boy he wasn't supposed to
the lookout for coins and a stretch of itn0Wn best in Havana or In cities know much about it anyhow.
ocean liners representing nearly ev- along tho Pacific coast are also here
ery port in the world floating peace- in quantity. Sea slugs several varle-
fully In the foreground while high ties of scallops and other shell fish
above all like a silhouette against the not generally eaten in America al-
sky rises the statue of Notre Dame do though they are found in some parts
la Garde the sailors' patron and tho are on display and they Beem to be teacher.
"New Willie said the teacher "who-
was It swallowed Jonah?'
"I dunno" giggled Willie.
"Bobble can you tell me who It was
swallowed Jonah?' continued the
"You can search me" said Robbie.
"Tommy who swallowed Jonah?"
cnier lanamarK or tne city me enure much in demand. The Mediterranean
population of Marseilles seems to be flsh are more brilliant in color and
occupiea wim eitner sening or uuying differ In many other respects from the asked the teacher a little severely
fish. The wonder of it is that whenfi8n 0f the Atlantic. Their flavor Ib this time.
tmybody apparently might catch all I undoubtedly influenced by the deposit I "Please ma'am' whimpered Tommy
tho flsh that he wants for the city Df salt in the water which in the "it wasn't me.'
centers right around the harbor the Medeterranean is 7 per cent while it "Well I declare' ejaculated tho
markets which in tho morning are
piled high with every variety of sea
food arp In a few hours depleted of
stock although there s no canning or
preserving establishment to. ..use up
the supply. And those markets are
scattered about In all parts of tho city
and ar.e qujte Independent of the street
Belters with their accompanying bas!
kota. The most curious edible flsh In
Is only 2 per cent In tho Atlantic.
The Llnlmtnt rrommpnlpd hv Fnr-
Reasonable ao world are to bt? found hero for mere and Stockmen In west Texas Is
I teacher. Then turning to the new
boy she asked "Johnny who bwoJ-
Wo are offering a book-case secre- lowed Jonah?"
tary -folding bod with Mirror cherry "I'll bite'' said Johnny. "What's th
finish. Cost when new $75.00 for $35. answer?'
Same has been slightly but carefully
used is practically as good as new.
A. C. Young-Co. Furniture.
Cures drills ad
G. W. Wirt SNacogdoches. Texas
says: "His daughter had chills nnd fe-
ver for three years: he-could not find
anything that would J&lp her till he
useu Herblne. His wife will not keep
house without It arid cannot say ton
much for ltif 50c. Sold by Mrs. L.
H. Bradfiold. t
sale Flsh which It would seem from
their .color and oddity should be rel-
Uubs' Best Liniment There Is no
nuperlor as an external application for
Remember there's muBlc at the '
skating rink Tuesday Wednesday an
Thursday of this week the'laflt unUl"
Friday week. ' ' ' '
Skating Wednesday Instead of .Sat-"11
urday this week. High class nnd on-
oublo ofllco rooms on
n block for rent. See
dljliiV'ne open to thenub
MOkt at 8:30. Put 'on
iifevit nnd be comror-
fl 7 .
Lawrence Wood In hero frcm Corsl-
cann looking over the field with a'vlew
to buying cot top In Abllene.4iO com
ing season again.
To male and alllnir women there Is at leant ono
r-i to helD. Uut with that way. two treatment.
it bo combined. One li local ono U coiutltu.
Our pricB nmli
Rulph E. Morrel. Manager
M C. Bynum was m from Pptos'
this morning nnd wln nsked nbout
tho crop replied thnyevoryth'ni? looks
well. He has looked carefully for
signs of worms but foiled to And anv
at nl. Cotton nnd fed cropi nrp
growing as fast as he ever saw them
t-nal but both ore Important both esswitiul.
in nnoop rtignt uuro i inu iocui.
Dr. BhooD'n lli-jtanitlvu. tho Constitutional.
The fonner Dr. bhoop'o Night Cure Is a toplrnl
siucous membrane suppository remedy while Pr.
fjlioopV Meliorative Is wholly an Internal (rent-
tnent. Tho Itestoratlve reaches throughout the
entire system seeking the repair ol all uervo.
All tissue and all blood ailments.
The "N'glit Cure" as It name Implies does Its
vork whltayousloep. Itsoothpssoruandliillntn-
el mucous snrfaces heals lorul weakness ami
fllscharges while the Itestorativo oases nervn'
xcltement gives renewed vigor anil ambition
builds up wukted tissues bringing about rviunvtii
Jtrength. vigor and energy Take Dr. Snoop's
Ci'stnrutlvu Talilvuor Liquid sa general lou'o
to tho system. For positive local help use as well
MRS. L H. BRADFIELD.
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Shook, L. B. Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 12, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 24, 1907, newspaper, July 24, 1907; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth315087/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.