Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 105, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 19, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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fllE A1IILEKE BAILt SKl'OKTKR SATURDAY DECEMBER i 1W9
One Hundred Million
Is a large sum of money but it is smaller than the to-
tal amount of business handled by this bank during the
ten years prior to July 1st 1908.
If experience is worth anything when you do your
banking business with us you get the benefit of the
knowledge we have gained in handling this large vol-
ume of business and that gained by us during eighteen
years of satisfactory service rendered our customers.
Farmers & Merchants
2 Boarding X
Best in the City
fairee Blocks from T. & P.
Mrs. 'J. P. Graves
Jk South 3rd. and Sycamore.
Hade to Eat- .
Not to Keep
i'mi I kZ&H
Bottom layer Dringsfonfli
ire many delicious morsels
ibsurpriscs as top layer--
Just Received a
R. B. Compton Druggist
YOUNG COPLE FHOM NUGENT
MARRIED HERE IN A HOTEL.
F. M. Jones and Miss Essie Brown of
Nugent came to Abilene yesterday af-
ternoon secured a marriage license
and had Esquire H. Rob Keeble tie the
niiptinl knot for them about 6:30 in
Esquire Keeble had gono to bis home
And the groom to bo telephoned him to
come to the Metropolitan hotel to per-
form the marriage ceremony. The
young 'squire soon reported for duty
and the young people were quickly
made a happy married couple.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones left on the 11; 55
T. & P. train for points east to spend
their honeymoon during the holidays
after which they will return to Nugent
to make .their home.
To weak and ailing women there Is at least cms
way to help. But with that way two treatments
must bo combined. One Is local ono la constitu-
tional but both nro-'lmportont both essential.
Dr. fihoop'a Night Cure 1 the Local. .
Dr. Snoop's Restorative the Constitutional.
The former Dr Snoop's Night Cure Is a topical
mucous membrane suppository romody whllo Dr.
Snoop's Kestorntlvo Is wholly on Internal treat-
ment. Thd Ilcstorotlvo reaches throughout tho
entire system. Booking the repair ot all noire
all tissue and all blood aliments.
Tho "Night Cure" as Its name Implies does Its
work whllo you sleep. It soothes soro and Inflam-
ed mucous surfaces heals local weaknesses and
discharges whllo the Restorative eases nervous
excitement gives renowod vigor and ambition
builds up wasted tissues bringing about renewed
strength vigor and energy. Take Dr. Snoop's
Restorative TOblots or Liquid asa general tonlo
to the system. For positive local help uso as well
McLEMORE-BASS DRUG CO.
We are knocking at your door
with this proposition: When
in need of anything in Hard-
ware see us. We have the
goods we have the price that
win merest you.
ASBESTOS SAD IRONS
1VISS SCISSORS AND SHEARS
RACINE AM) RAI1C0CK VEHICLES
ED. S. HUGHES-CO.
M'CUE JOTtf IN A VERV
HOT AKGUMENX OVER CASE.
FORT WORTH Doc. 17. Stnndlnr
seven for acquittal and flvo for convic-
tion the Jury In tho Frank McCuo raur-
Uor case convinced Judge Simmons that
It could never arrlvo nt ft vordlct and
was discharged at 3 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon having been out thirty-two
In conversation Thursday morning
oho of tho five said: "In my opinion
they will novor got twelvo men In
Tarrant county to ngreo on a verdict.
Our very first hnllot rcsultod Bovon for
acquittal and flvo for conviction aittl
tho datormlncd stand that each then
took convinced mo that it was a hope-
"Tho question was chiefly concern
ing tho credibility of tho witnesses
but I think tho testimony of Llttle-
flcld which was intended to show that
tho crlmo was committed by some ono
else had moro to do than anything
else towards Influencing tho minds of
tho other seven.
"Altho wo took about twenty bal
lots they wore all practically tho same.
However In ono or two instances tho
voting showed bIx. for conviction and
six for acquittal but it soon reverted
to the former standing of seven to
five which was maintained to tho end."
"Was there any hard feeling between
the two factions?" was asked.
"Well wo had qdlte a hot time" he
County Attorney Roy Intends to
make preparations at once for an-
other trial at the next term of court.
Attorney Walker of Dallas Bald when
It was apparent there could be nothing
but a mistrial. "No we will not aak
for bond for McCue. We could have
got bond this time If he had wanted
it but wo don't'want it. That boy is
going to stay right over there (point
ing to the jail.)
"If we should get him out It would
not bo two weeks before some one
would bo willing to testify that ho
had confessed tho crime and talked it
over with them. No. sir we would not
accept any bond however small. He
is going to stay where there will not
be any danger of such witnesses.
"I want this case tried again and
I want it tried in Tarrant county. Just
as soqn as I can get that newB butch
er that sold tho watch to Earl Mabrey
the watch that the state has attemp
ted to show was the property of Mc
Cue I am ready. I have had this
boy at Dallas four times but when tho
case came to trial I lost track of him
I have since found that he is running
out of Cincinnati. His father is in
Houston and I know the whereabouts
of other relatives and In this way I
hope to find him soon. He buys these
watches by the dozen and he sold that
watch and when I find him I am
TEXAS & PACIFIC FIREMAN
HAPPILY WEDDED IN ABILENE.
C. K Thompson of Fort Worth and
Mrs. Sarah Black of this city were
married at tho parsonage ofthe Oak
Street Baptist church In this city by
the pastor of that church Rev. M. F.
Brury yesterday afternoon.
Only a few friends and lmmediato
relatives of the bride witnessed the
ceremony. Tho best man was C. J.
Clover of Strawn a close friend of the
Mr. Thompson 1b a fireman on the
Texas & Paclfllc running between Ft.
Worth and Balrd. His bride has been
a resident of Abilene for several years
and Is well and favorably known to
tho people of this city. Mr Clover
who is now engaged in mining at
Strawn was formerly a fireman of tho
Texas' & Pacific and worked with Mr.
Mr. and Mrs Thompson will make
their homo in Abilono for some time
but expect to finally locate in Fort
Louis Steffeus camo In yesterday
from Dallas' to spend the Christmas
holidays with his mother Mrs. O. W.
Steffqns and sister Mrs. Minna Ward.
Mr. Stoffons was accompanied hy hla
sister Miss Bessie Mao who has been
attending St Mary's college at Dallas
during the first torm.
Mis Lilian Lipscomb hns returned
from Belton whore she attended Bay-
lor Femalo Col lego during tho first
term and will spend Christmas with
her father J. T. It. Llpscmob and
Miss Myrtle Bailey of Anson spent
yesterday in this city whllo on her
way home' for tho holidays from Sher-
man where alio Is attending Kid-Key
Miss Mabolle Riddel spont yesterday
in Abilene whllo on hor way to her
homo at Aspermont from Sherman
whero she is a student at Kid-Key col-
lege Slio was going home to spend
VICTIMS OF NEGLECT.
If You Ignore the Warnings
Sent up by Ailing Kidneys
You are on the Straight Road
to Bright's Disease
When anything is wrong In the kid
neys the symptoms are manifest fruin '
the top of your head to the sole of your
The following arc some of them:
Headache dizzy spells sluggish brain
drowsiness dark rings and floating'
specks before the eyes sallow skin bad ;
breath "heartburn palpitation of the
heart sour stomach disorder in the
urine backache weak pulse constipated
or irregular bowels aching at the knees
f everishness in the feet.
Prickly Ash Bitters is the right medi-
cine for such symptoms; pre-eminently
a kidney tonic system cleanser and reg-
ulator. It contains all the necessary
properties of a successful kidney medi-
cine in addition to its admirable influ-
ence in strengthening and regulating
the stomach liver and bowels. J
Prickly Ash Bitfrfs OTghis right fly
cleansing the 51 adder nncrvbowal's
thereby drivlnjf out the impuriflics-'which
started all tUf trouble. After whis has
been acconupished the healingtand rc-
ent in the macicitie will
good work.iDuilting up
akened kidneys stimulating
greater activity purifying
nd extending its restorative
influef cejo every parfbf the btfdy. As
fc MIV UUUClllM'tlUU UlUOUUU m-
eyes are bf fghter th strength
Ihe hollow cheeks fill 'out the
n losesfthat sallow muddy
ng placed a clearkin and the
w of health. 2 t
epends on the jyomptness with
e treatment As commenced.
llVsh Bitters hwrcured many ad-
vancedy.cases that wuld not yield to
other remedies bulf it must be remem-
bered tkaVthereiani stage in kidney dis-
ease beyonawtfich no power on earth
can save the' patient. Take Warningl
If you suspect anything wrong with your
kidneys begin treatment at once. It is
your best hope of a cure.
L. O. Zacliery Idl Tex. says: "I never tried
anything like Prickly Ash Bitters before In my
life. It does Its vork almost in a night. I am
now telling all my friends aboutyottr great rem-
edy and all who try it speak of the splendid re-
suits. It has done me so much good that I will
never again be without it In my house."
Get the genuine with the figure
'"3" in red on front label.
Sold by druggists. Price 51.00.
WE WILL INSURE
AGAINST DEA TH
Motz & Curtis
Tho kidneys ache when they are
overworked and the trouble gets seri-
ous unless promptly removed. Prickly
Ash Bitters is a reliable kidney tonic
and bowel regulator. Mrs. I H. Brad-
field special Agent
Relieves aches and pains Contains
no Opiates but cures by equalizing the
HISS LILIAN BELL
VIOLIN AND PIANO
Phone Anna Hall
X'mas gift givers will find many useful presents for men that
would be highly appreciated if bought from our stock of
New Neckwear Handkerchiefs
Your are especially requested to inspect otir offerings before
you buy your holiday goods.
MISFIT CLOTHING CO.
The Strength of a Bank
In judging a bank it is well to remember that its
strength is measured by its capital assets that is
its capital surplus and undivided profits and by the
character of its management. The capital assets of
Qilizens Rational flank
Capital and Surplus . .
Total . . .
We Appreciate Your Business
GEO. L. PAXTON Cashier.-
Mrs. Moae Franklin of Balrd arrived
to Ablleno yestorday afternoon for a
visit of a few days with her sister Mrs.
We Invite You
: At our store and look over the many ar-1
for men and boys such as Neckwear Muf -1
flers Reefers Handkerchiefs Hosiery
Suspenders Gloves Umbrellas Hats
Shirts Suit Cases Traveling Bags and in
fact everything that a Modern Men's X
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Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 105, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 19, 1908, newspaper, December 19, 1908; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth315435/m1/2/: accessed April 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.