Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 153, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 6, 1909 Page: 2 of 8
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TUX AMIiXXK 1ALLT JUmXTOR SATUKDAX FKRRUAKr 1W0.
. hit trfiiim in nig !!'
Capital - - $100000.00
Surplus nd Prof it! $50000.00
FARMERS & MERCHANTS
Depositary for The United States
and the State of Texas
KD S. HTJGIIES ProsIdoBt HENRY JAMES Cashier
F. W. JAMES Ylco PrcsldcHt W. It. FEEBLE Assistant Cashier
JSTRICT COURT OVER; '
CRUMPTON IS CONVICTEO
!BwtTij Case- lYhlck Wont Tlircc
Weeks Finally Settled; Four Con-
Tktioaj ParlHg Term '
EASTLAND Feb. A. Will Crump-
toa received a'verdlct of two years
Ja the penitentiary today by a jury
in the District court of Easthrad
county oil a charge of burglary grow-
Jsg out of the entering of the general
store of Ward & Co. at Cisco Texas
on the night of the 3rd of December
1908. This Is the third trial of Crump-
ton in three weeks. Ha Iris b'!en tried
once a weok for three weeks.. The
fest and scTond. trlajs resulted In
hang Juries each standing ten to two
-for conviction after being out a good.
Many hours. In the latter trial the
Jary was out only about an hdur. It
la not known yet whether jfd will ap-
peal the case r not.
District CoJrt at Eastland Is about
-s re &
through today. Nothing remains to be
done except the hearing of a tow. mch
tlons etc. Judge Blanton went to his
home in Albany today but will return
Monday to wind up the business of the
court. Court reporter W. H Graham
leaves for his home In Abilene this
Court has been in Session in East-
land constantly for five weeks and a
largo amount of business has been
transacted There have been four con-
victions one for assault with intent
to rape which is the case on cbango
of venue from Sweetwater wherein
Joe Oxshear got thirty years in the
pent'entlary; the second is Jesse "F.
Hill alias M. B. Jones two yearsrln
the reformatory for forgery; the next
was Charley Hall a boy fourteen
years old two years' In the reformato-
ry for burglary and the fourth was
Will Crumpton two years in the pen
itentiary for hurglary.
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See our Valentine Something
beautiful. Weathreeka Dpt Ws. f '
F. M. McCoulley of Center la a- dub.
lness visitor here. . " i v
W P. Mahaffey returned yeaterday
afternoon from' a week's business trip.
to Fort. Worth.
JOSEPH DALY N.D.
Practice limited to diseases of the
M IAK KOI TM1WAT
AN FITTING GLAMB&
Office and Residence one block
west of postoffice
A. L. Hayneo of Merk'elygpent yes
terdny in the city.
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II. F. Jordan who haa been micro!
tho patft week visiting . his brother
left last night for Sweotwator where
ho will spend several days visiting
another brother beforo returning to
his homo in Dallas county.
A. J. Mayborry was hero yestorday
QMjjn gta.ttttKJ BHr(i"i'
ir. i. iownj is. . a
ft Homeopathic ft
ft riiysiolan-aad Surgeon. ft
ft Omca over Citizens Nationnt ft
ft Bank. Residence G2C Cedar ft
ft Offlco hours 10:30 to 12 a. m. ft
ft and 2 to 5 p m. Boborta phone x ft
ft Ofllco 51 Besldonco BCG. ft
B. O.. Thompson went east this
morning "on business and will return
home this afternoon on tho first train.
E. L. Henson of Gorman was a visi-
tor bere yesterday.
Clyde Barry of Walnut Springs has
been here on a business trip.
Mrs. B.' W. Quentin left yesterday
evening for her homo at Big Springs
after having Bpent a week in the low-
er part of this county with relatives
including her father J. B Cranflll.
Mrs. N. P. Tuttle and baby of An-
son who have been visiting Mrs. Mer-
rell here loft yesterday afternoon for
Trent to visit the 'famijy of the for-
mer's brother Rev. J. J. Gentry
M. B. Lealo was a visitor in the city
yesterday from Midland leaving for
his home on the night train.
Oliver Cochran' a prospector in Abi-
lene from Oklahoma left yesterday
afternoon for Sweetwater; Mr. (Coch
ran liked this city Very muchandmay
conclude' to move here
J. G. Burgess of Sweetwater was a
visitor in the .city yesterday.
JENNINGS BROTHERS Plumbers
H. V. Red and wife came in yester-
day afternoon and will spend a week
with relatives near Caps.
T. E. Bokers of Rising Star was a
visitor in the city yesterday leaving
nn fha first- wpnthound naasentrer for
A Sweetwater and other polnfB.. V- f'
M. It. Brides was a visitor in the
city yesterday from Midland.
ghtful and appetizing to the point of exhilaration
Sold Everywhere 25 cts.
TE E REILY-TAYLOR CO. New Orleans U. S. A.
BIBCOCK d RACINE
S. Hughes Co.
We carry the largest Stock of Pleasure Ve-
hicles in Steel and Kubbei Tire in West
Texas. Our Styles are the Latest -Our
Prices are Right. We want an opportu-
nity to show the nicest things in the way of
Runabouts Stanhopes Surreys and Top
Buggies that you have ever seen in West
Texas Also we are headquarters for all
kinds of Business Wagons including Open
'fLncLXop Delivery Wagons.
'V w-. "tf -ffeRemember the name
Ed;& Hughes Go.
- A D T 1 iRvM tn T T?. V A Q
A '- m f w ill
T. M. Landers of this city left this
morning; on the first 'eastbouhd pas-
senger for Cisco.
J. R. McGehee of the Clyde neigh-
borhood who has been here on bust
ness left for his home this morning.
S. W. Hampton of Buffalo Gap who
has been visiting hlB mother in Cory-
ell County passed through Abilene
yesterday afternoon on his. way home.
B. V. Craighead Ms a visitor In tho
city from Sherman.
MIbs Aletha Wiley of Clyde is in
Abilene the guest of her friend Miss
MIsb Beulah Sparks came In yester-
day afternoon from Clyde to . visit
friends in Abilene.
Miss Maud Wilson of Clyde is. visit-
ing friends In this city.
Rev. W J. Leo pastor of thp Metho-
dist church at Balrd whq has been at-
tending the Mulkey meeting hero loft
yestorday afternoon for Merkel to as
slst in a neptlng.
ABILENE DRUG CO.
Balm of Irish Moss for Chapped
Hands and Roughness of the
ABILENE DRUG CO.
A. R. CHRISTOPHER Prep.
RALPH PAINT and
For the past ten years
we have been trying
to secure the services
of a first-class Sign
and Pictorial Artist.
We have now secured
such a man from Chi-
cago. He is now in
our employment and
we are well equipped
for thig class of work
and are'in a position
to dp high class Sign
Writing and Pictorial
Work as cheap as can
be done in the state
RALPH PAINT and
If It's from Ralph's It's BJglrt
Dr. R WJ Lawless of Nolan coun-
ty was a professional visitor in tho
city yesterday leaving on tho first af-
ternoon passengor for his home.
Mrs. Emma Lano and' children of
Eskota who have been visiting rela-
tives In the pity left last night for
Mr. and Mrs. George Moody of Fish-
er county olght-Hillep north of Swbeti
wator who came to Abilene'yestorday
to consult Dr d L. Smith left for
their home yestorday afternoon on the
first westbduud passengor
Mrs. W I. Gago and children for-
merly of Alvln wore moving to Abi-
lene yesterday. Mr. Gage is already
B N Curnoy and son Oscar camo in
yeaterday afternoon from Centorvllie
and will reside in tho city In tho fu-
ture Mr Qurnoy will travel out of
yVHleHtlHft Sale J
The. ladies of the $outhslde Chris-
tian church wJU aell valontlnea at
Tha tosaporium Feb 1? 13 Watch for
display Ip window.
We Want Your
for Next Month
We believe yve have
the best Groceries
for the least trioriey
of any house in the
city and can give
you prompt service.
Phone us your order
J W. EVANS
Made to Eat-
Not to tta
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4J STiM ;
Bottom layer Bringsforfli
as niaiy dcSiciouS morsels
& surprises as top !ayci
Just Received a
R. B. Compton Druggist
Your Earnings may be Checked
but your Expenses go on
An Accident Policy
MOTZ & CURTIS
Reliable High Class Groceries and all
delicacies that are fpund in a High Class
We Want Your Trade
and dan supply your wants. ' Consider-
ing Quality our prices are the Lowest.
Cheap goods are high at any price.
Batavia Coffee Canned Goods etc.
Queen of the Pantry Flour.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
Courteous treatment and prompt delivery
Chandler-Halt Gro. Co.
Roberts Phone 3-4-81 Southwestern Phone No. 3
Our buyer has just returned from the" ? "'
eastern market and the many . new ; .
and stylish suits axe now arriving. .
every day. Call and let us show you
what we have to offer.
MISFIT CLOTHING CO
In judging a bantolt pr well to remember that its
strength is insuped by its capital assets-fthat is
its capital surpluand undivided profits andjby the
character pTits management. The capital assets of
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papital and Surplus .
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fcat Your Busnts
GEO. L. PAXTON Cashier.
FULWILER'S LIVERY BOARDING STABLE
Can take care few more board hordes. Qive good
service and will take-good care of harness and bug
gies. Oldest business in the City. Been in the
business ab years in Abilene. -
O. C. FULWILEH Manager
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Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 153, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 6, 1909, newspaper, February 6, 1909; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth315484/m1/2/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.