The Abilene Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, September 23, 1898 Page: 3 of 8
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TA. Dlodaoo iplft4f in
Morkol uus mw
fitoon from Dallas. -;
M. C Copo la working- at his
do iu Abliono wuay .
A 0. McDonald is . back from
xfrq. Henry Jampsjontortatnca:
ilesdiunos JauotaudGllmorp this
ftornoon ut nor nomoiiu.wuisi
nvutav Abliono poopictaiKect
ith parties in Sweetwater and
nbv oor tba phono iiuo.; A.b-
enc Anson Merkel Roby and
.ffcct'.vater aro unitcu oy tno
Mr C Villonou'vo formerly of
tys city- diod in St Liuis; today
ml n wro from Airs. v uieneuvo
tAU'Ui stales that her " hus-
nd's aly win oo sent to aoi-
The funeral of Mrs. W. Mr
lsnbr x k was largely:; attended
bis af-rnoon. Services woro
eld it the First Presbyterian
hnrch preceding the lUtormont
Mbocuy cemetery. .
Mrs. Fred Gockrell arrived this
flcruoon from a month or six
ecks visit to Chicago. She also
isited ttie lakes and Traus-Mis-
isslppi Exposition at Otnana.
beseems to bo in the best of
ealtbaud is of course glad to.
get back to the paradise1 of the
Col. Bontley reports the peo-
ploof Aspermont aridll parts of
Stonewall county as' organizing
for tho Fair. ' The exhibit of that
county w II include coal salt cop
per ten J etc. Thatis also a rich
farruuiL' district and with its
good crops a fine exhibit can bo
Jam and Eddio Lowdon did
not como in tho day they wore
expeca 3 but arrived yesterday
lookiuiras bright and healthy us
only bt ys who have spent a do
ligbtftd summer can. They are
prepared to enter school and
proscseute. their studies with a
Goo Wr MuDanlol is now buy
tog' hard waroj farm implements
wagons buggies and in fact
everything kept in a first-class
hardware store in car-load lots
and he- is utilizing the columns of
TheKcportor to tell the public
what lie is doing. Read his ad
in anotljor column.
The hot weather at this season
is any thing but accoptublo and
all the more so because so unu-
sual. For that reason tho ap-
peamnco cf tho foiling tempera
turo Hag ovor the weather bureau
oflieo this morning was a welcomo
sight to. our citizens. But wo
aro sorry to say up to this writ
log the much longed for change
in not come.
Wo learn that a farmer who has
150 bushels of onions for sale
complains that ho cannot got a
market for thorn even at'prlces
of foreign products less frolght.
There must bo sorao mlsundor
standing about It If his product
is limrkotablo unless our raor
chants aro overstocked. Those
Grow ng such products should
Pjvo our merchants ample notico
w tho fact that they will bo in
ho market So they can proparo
Wn reported Wednesday as the
hottest Soptombor day on record
' Abliono but Thursday slipped
8 cog and boat Wednesday ono
degree reaching an oven Iron
urea Evon today wo havo not
nuiipcd any ovorcoats In demand
or eoahvugons rushing through
stroots. Wo suspect that tho
htt weather may bo a judgment
'ai n this editor for putting
"l '"8 winter stovo on Sunday
t sl" eial attention will bo give
ip i ulica1 dojwrtwewt at the Fal
u"s year Tho ladlos may m'o'
Pwi? tholr paintings fancy work
cookm' flxtnB iWi re)y uion
"v'ng a good plaoe set apart for
uoir oxhlbioL This editor Is
a candhlate for judge ou the
MB EXCEHHNCE OF SYRUP OF INS
is duo not only to tho originality and
simplicity of tho combination but also
to tho caro aud skill with which It is
manufactured by sclenUflo processes
known to tho Oamfomju Fio Svnur
Co. only; and wo wish to Impress upon
all tho Importance of purchasing tho
truo aud original remedy. As tho
genuine Syrup of Figs Is manufactured
by tho OalifoiinU Fio Sritup Co.
only a knowledge of that fact will
assist onq in avoiding tho worthless
imitations manufactured by other par-
tics. Tho high standing of tho Cau-
ronsiA Fia Svuur Co. with the medi-
cal profession and tho satisfaction
which tho genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families makes
tlio name of thu Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives
ns it acts on this kidneys liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken-
ing them and it docs not gripe nor
nauseate lnordertogctits beneficial
effects please remember the narao of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN ritAKClBCO Cut.
LOUISVILLE. Kj. . KEWVOUK KT.
W.-S. Elkinwas in town today.
Nettles & Crump of Avo woro
loading out goods today
Dr. Ward is improving again
wo are glad to. learn.
John Druramond of Caps was
trading in town ono day this
week. " '
L. O. Martin who was a popu-
lar visitor at the Pair last year
was. in town last 'night aud said
ho would be ou baud next month.
Miss Arohor wuo has been
visiting' Mlss.Boulte iu bur tovu
returned lo her homo in Dallas
W.R D Batjor went up to
Merkel this afternoon on busi
Dr. Lowranqe left this nibrn-r
log for his home in Oak Cliff
after a visit to his son Rev; E. S
Lowranco in our city.
Lucius Vorhees left this morn-
ing for Now Orleans having put:
is tho compress machinery here.
Ho made many friends while
here especially among the young
ladies and our beaux bade him
a very cheerful goodbye.
Harris Walthall who graduated
at Simmons College last term
camo in this morning to spend a
day with old friends. He is en-
route to tho state university at
Austin to entor the law depart
Tom Kershaw who came homo
a few weeks ago from Louisiana
vory sick got almost well but
yesterday relapsed and is re-
ported as sick as ut any timo
n. C. Hassell. who camo horo
with his fathers family ten days
ago from West Tonuessoo
quitosiclc with slow fovor. Bis
father G P Hassell livesovr
Clayton's store whoro the young
man ybo is 18 years of afce may
need some attention inthe way
of nursing when tho fafcily gets
worn out. .
fir. James K. J
tuokyj two of
uors of Hue
W.X Young camo in.on.tu'q
Miller &. Russell have about a
month's work" yot In Merkel..
W. M. Miller was in from
Win Orauston was in from
Sam Beall of Trent spont tho
day In Abliono.
Albert Hill left this morning to
ontor "the state university at
J. L. Stophonson went down
tho road today In the Intorests
of the Fair.
M. H. Compere put on a linen
duster and dfovd.ovor to Buffalo
Muster Howard Burns started
this morning to . Houston to
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Geo. Trezevant. loft this niorh-
ing for Louisville Kentucky to
attend medical lectures.
."o. D and G W P'ruett loaded
out- this.raorning foi their farms
beyond tho Gap
A. C. McCall camo in from
Fort Worth on the afternoon
is still going on with increasing
interest we learn today.
It was said a day or two since
that Rev. Mr. Seymour who. was
hurt a month ago in runaway
was in a critical condition.
Robt. Moore of Bruce ville
who has been out to. his ranch on
California creek in Jones county
boarded tho train this morning
Miss Alico Hightower who has
been visiting friends in Jones
county ehrouto homo from Ari-
zona to Dodd City finished her
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Pratt drove;
down to Clydo yesterday and
found Ross gin turning out 20
bales a day running smoothly
Fred Wood arrived home this
'afternoon from Anaconda Mon
tana where his string of horses
last ran. Lon Gray his jockey
is with him
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Bass of
Abilene oid timo residents of
Terrell were tho guests ofrela-
tives in this city last Saturday
j c i rni. i j a
uuu ouuuiiy. 4-uoy ruLiuuuu uy
Abileno Monday morning sks
tho Terrell Transcript; . S
Col. R. D. Hunter resident
of the T- &P coal Jrompany at
Thurber has seonflio necessity
of getting Dr. Pidpe warmed up
and has giypnSimmons College
a car load.Xof coal. This wi'l
warm uphp. Doctor and enable
him toyegain his speech wohope.
ss Mlnnio Lockott will teach
tbffli Truby school this winter
beeiualnff ou Nov. 1st. That is a
pleasant neighborhood and wo
feel sure Miss Mlnnio will enjoy
her stay there. The Truby poo
plo will liaVo a good school for
tho young lady is not only quali-
fied by reason of acquirements
but her oxporionco. She Is a
good disciplinarian also which is
a vory important qualification
DO YOU FEEL
RELIEVES AND INVIGORATES.
It cleanses tho liver and bowels strengthen tho kid-
. noysnnd nl(s digestion thus tlio Bystcm Is rotrulatdd ami ;
k tho body fortiflod to resist disease.
A VillMBLE RESEDI TO KEEP 15 TOE EOUSE
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Price $1.00 Per Botll.
r.-i r- 4JLLJ.
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Bass Bros.j Special Agents.
J. 0. Denny came in from
D. A. Winter wont up to Sweet-
Miss Annie Northington has
returned from a visit to relatives
in San Angelo.
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Mrs D. M. Oldham went to
Dallas Sunday to spend a week
visiting friends and relativs.
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Editor Sam M. Loeman of the
Merkel Mail spent Sunday in
oiir city looking after Ed.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sayles
and son Perry have returned
home from New York arriving
A stubborn cough or tickling
in the throat yields to One Min-
ute Cough Cure. Harmless in
effect touches the right spot.
..reliable and j u s t whac is wanted
acts at once. Bass Bros it.
Dr. Collier went to Fort Worthj
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Ed J. Leeman spent Sunday in
our city on business.
Quince Taylor and D. M Ham-
ilton wero in from Haskell today.
P. M.. McKinney of J. M.
Iuglo's furuiture and undertak-
ing establishment was called up
to Big Springs a few days ago
to embalm a body.
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ii i I ii t I ; nr I i I i i. ii I w. i i it i $'
Mr. and Mra. Dohuy; "oi uau-
Angeld aro visiting Marsh.
Northington and family.
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Jurors and Court Attendants.
Will find the best meals iu
town at Pete Broolcrosons one-
block west of tho court houtie.
Somo ot our citrons suggest
attention to tho walks -leading to
the public schools.
Fino span of good work mules
for sale partly on timo till fall o
Geo. W.McDnniol. 88-2t. 80 2b.
Sam Friend and J. C Rogers
returned home today.
Hail is reported to have dono
'considerable damage on Valley
creek lust Saturday night. Par
ties also report hail at Winters.
A Happy Woman
' A happy woman necessarily
must have a healthy liver there-
fore to ba happy keep the liver-
healthy.. Prickly Ash Bitters;
will tone up tno system purify
the bowels and pu t the liver right
whenever there is any deviation
from healthy regurity. It is a
valuable remedy to keep on hand
for immediate use when occasion
requires it. Sold by
Bass Bros. tf
The grand jury is.still at work
andthecourt is on thejcijm dock-
et.. The criminal docket may be
taken up again the fourth Veek.
Truth wears -welle liave
earned i.t.Jr-"-rDeWitt's Little
Early Risers are reliable little pills
for r.egaating the bowels cures
constitfc-ti011 and sick headache.
They $bn't gripe. Bass Bros.:
5 ' tf .
Marvin Spicer and Hopghie
(hooper charged with assault to
kill were not indicted by the
Mrs MacDonald of San
tonio. came in yesterday to visit
the familv of her undo; Sher grand jury and were released
ii. .. ....
from aii Saturday arternoon oy
Sheriff Cook. They had been in-
When you. call for Pe Witt's
Witch-Hazel Salve the great pile
cure don't acceptftany thing else.
Don't be talked ip-to accepting a
eiiVibt.it.nfn. far lDlieS. lor sorts
for burns. Bas Bros.
carcerated.just a little less than
six months. . l
aglag to the
Uke of Kon
moat noted ew
ed korsQs In tho
Appoiuted by the
U the races. Through
Vtnoos in Texas and
Mr. Duko will bo in
strict Fair tho largest
Miss DeUaTifiplott left yester-
day morninsc fxOr Huntsville to
resume ner studies in the. state
S. A. Brock and family are in-
stalled in a house north of town
from whioh place their daugh-
ters attend Simmons College.
One Minuto Cough Cure sur-
prises people by its quick cures
and children may take it in largo
quantities without the least dan-
ger. It has won for itself tho
best reputation of any prepara-
tion used today for colds croup
tickling in tho throat or obstinate
coughs. Bass Bros.
You invito disappointment
when you experiment Do Witt's
Little Early Risers are pleasant
easy thorough little pills. They
euro constipation and sick head-
ache just as sure ai? you take
them. Bass Bros. tf.
numMror uiionorsos uvoruwu
InJimV part of tho world. Tho
r was Indeed fortunato in so
lug thu sorvicos of Mr Duro
wlllloavo for ixr worm
t wook to-acouro a string of
fastest horsos that am uo
f yon suitor from stok houd-
conitliNMon or any liver
It scorns to havo' boon general
reports from Anson Merkel
Roby and Sweetwater Indicating
a fino season at all places. Tho
train won report that it extond-
as far wost as Pecos.
liblo you need
a Kiefor pU).
Friday night tho jury in tho
caso of SUito vs Pink Robertson
found dofondont guilty and nam
cd his purnlshmont two years In
Tho olvll docket was taken up
Boardiug housos and ros tau r.
unts are warned thatThtj Ro
porter will not bo responsible
fot: meals or lodging given
strangers without a wrltteu
prdor for aame Bear this in
wind f r v
A horse attached to a buggy
got ugly this morning laid down
on the railroad track turned
over on his back and suddenly
stepped a hand car by acting as
a bumper- But little damage was
To Fort Worth on Sjpt. 21-22
-23 at 1 fare round trip On Sept.
24 at one. fare round trip all lim
ited to return on Sept. 25.
.rtcrvous and Irritable;.
This describes a condition that
is common to both sexes and is
the result ot imperfect digestion
and liver disorders. The nerves
are weak the blood deficient in
vitalizing and nerve nourishing
proprities and the excretory or-
gans are clogtjed up with impur-
ities. The remedy is a thorough
overhauling of the body with a
reliable system tonic. Prickly
Ash Bitters i especially appro-
priate in such disorders because
nf its fourfold curative effect. It
strengthens and regulates the-
liver heals the kidneys stimu-
lates the stomach and digestion
aud opens the sewers of the body-
so that poisons and obstructions-
are removed through the bowels
Gives strength to the nerves in-
creases the v.tal energy im-
proves tho appetite aud contri-
butes that ease of mind and body
enjoyed only by those in health.
Miss Nettie Ingle of this city
and Miss Barrett of. Anson left
on Sunday morning for Hunts-
villo to reenter tho normal
Sunday 23 mombors of Capt
JuanS. Hart's "iramunes" pass
ed through enroute homo to El Hazel Salvo.
Paso on a short furlough. They
aro soon to bo mustered out.
Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salve
baa the largest salo'ot ny Salve
in tho world. This fact and Its
merit has led dishonest poeolo to
attempt to couutorfelt it. Look
out for the man who attempts to
decelvo you whon you call for
Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo tho
great pile cure Bass Bros
More than twenty million free
samplos of Do Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve have Ween distributed by
the manufacturers. What better
proof of their confidence in it's
merit do you want? It cures
piles burns scalds sores in
the shortest space of time.
Bass Bros. tf.
For broken surfaces soros in-
sect bites burns skin diseases
! and especially piles there is ono
j reliable remedy De Witt's Witch
When you call for
Do Witt's don't accept counter
feiter frauds. You will not bo dis
appointed with Do Witt's WitchJ
Hazal Salvo. Bass Bros. tf.
Mrs. Varnon left at noon today
for Ozoua in response to a tele-!
gram uotifying her of the danger-
ous illness of her daughter Mrs-
Bon Sowell. She went to Bal-
linger from which place she will
go to San Angelo thence to Oze-
na 60 miles by hack. It is a
i. i--. "
"What's a name?' Tho word
bitters" does nut always Indi-
cate something harsh aud disoS
greeable. Prickly Ash Bitters
is proof of this. It cleauses.
strengthens and regulates the
system thoroughly yot it is so
pleasaut the most delicato stom-
ach will not object to it.
A T. Diokoy of tho engineer
ing dopartmon of the Santa Fo
Railway spent a week hero with
his brothordn Jaw Judge J. F.
Cunningham rotufnlng homo to
Valloy Mills Sunday.
L L. Poovey was in from R.G.
Andorsou's farm 8 inltea sowth
today His friends tell us he will
gather 75 to 100 bales of oot.tcm
this orop of hla owit ralaiug. He
teporks cotton notour! by rain.
Abilene now has telephone
connection with .'
Sweot water .
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AudAusou ' '
Central Tilophono Office Korth
2nd Btreot near Pino
C. W. Roberts Mgr
m mi iii i muni urn mm Mi. .
Tannic nut for malaria.
seasonable now. A few doses of
Prickly Ash Bitters is a sure
preventive. Sold by
Tho Weekly Roportor will ap-
pour on Friday Oct 21st in wo
illustrated special edition in the
interests of the busiuoss men of '
Abileno and tho district at large.
Cuts of business housos and
portraits of citizens will bo
a prominent feature and readers
will cotno lo tho Fair with tin
write-up of eaclihouso frosh in-
mind. Strangers visiting tot.
city during the Fair will also. er
furnlshodbopios. Not onlyfluc
large list of subscribers will V?
furnished with this special oJtt-
lon but wo shall try to put ii U
the bauds of every family In fchls
trado territory Biing In yeuv
photographs and rdor the nt
as soon as possible.
Abileno Printing Cot 6C-
AM la ft u0se
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Shook, L. B. The Abilene Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, September 23, 1898, newspaper, September 23, 1898; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth331074/m1/3/: accessed October 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.