The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 267, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 5, 1913 Page: 3 of 6
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RPOOP THE CUB
You're Just A Bit To Sensitive Scoop
THE ABILENE IlEPORTER WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1913
PRICELESS family photographs
letters and keepsakes are not the
least valuable of the family belong-
ings and once destroyed by tire flood
or thieves never can be replaced.
Besides protecting your papers and other valuables from
fire and thieves our Safe Deposit Boxes provide abso-
lute privacy because they are fitted with Yale Locks
These Locks have a double mechanism that requires
the use of two different keys. You have one key and
we hold the other. Both must be used at the same time.
Miss i:thl Carter or Tuavoln spent
Wednesday In Ahllene.
MIsb lit tu Carter spent Tuesday In
the city from lior fiomo nt Tuscola.
J. T. Jnckimii of linvl.y was in
Abilene Woiltiumlny. having came
down during Tuesday. Much whM'
and oat have been sown in his -tjon.
J. S. Hlx of Tuscola who had l-wn
In tin city i-everul day rctttrnml id
hlH homo on tho Abilene and South-
era Wednesday morning- Mr- Hick
rsports a "world'' of amtn Ix'hiit
Kiiwn and that farmers in the Winter
country are farced to mow down m
of tho rank grain. Stock cannot tie
secured In imlltelent numbrm to kep
It uuten down mid If there was plenty
they could not tie put on muddy fblds
Crtin Hard In who came In to the
White Sox-Gtnnt ime returned to
Ills homo' Tuesday evening over the
S I Nsaly. Jr. Imsinew manager
of 'ln Tueealu Valley Vtdette aftr
HpelidliiK TjloiHtny in Uw ehy. return-
ed ovr Uib Southern for bamw Wed-
lftmteKtlGunnlitghnm ' of Tilitoolit
was onfc-af Ui innny frotn Hurt little
town who (mate up Twswlay to we
the baseball nm.
I tan ttailPll. woll tmown In Ahllene
npi TeBlay In Ahlleiie from hi
hotn nt Tuwla returntiiit on the
The total csotton n-elpt- :ii tin- ' U-
Hc yard Tuemlay waa four bnleii an
iiKMluat SC (he day before I'rico rang-
ed nhout the twine Caiitlnuiit foul
weather will noainone iiiuV'lHitely
Uie tiirontliiN of mueh t-o'ton
Uv. Couir W Woodward la r-
mmdni; varytlitwif wi as to leae ea -ly
nJit wtwk for the .urtl.-i T.!
Tiuferencp of lite rtmreh. whleh un-
vmm In Vortion for a eek"H mimIiiu
Har. Oi'orRf SinnIhvoHl U fiuhnlilnx
IiIh work up for the eHr pnaratar)
to itolilK to lht M"ttK?'J'Mi onferenee
at Vernon NoveiuKTr IS
elded to ohhc
Of real will
II varies befor
til lie drlllerr
mera. Tor the
iib ours will i
ijwra a wtrlv .-
IIAItltV MKT MAIUCIVI'
ISO. AIIOIITII 6-tl
Popular Confcrtluiicrj IIihIiii-. !
Xoir Under eiv Control And
Has llffii Put In (iiind Shitpe
The Climax: Confwtionery on North
FlrM street. upioite the Txa oifl
Pacific esplanade himuhhI Tor husl-
tissa Tumsday uiornUic. raleriuK t 'it.1
crowds that had come to the base
ball Kum. The business was rernt
rt il STOitl2ft
if if nroiirietorfl i
f Jf AUlflne. hat)
w me-finiH-ain n
IhlrenfbT make fa
1 7mi j in on hji
)Iord-rn Mill p
il.il'-r ibat bour.
lull win. Ill
K'.KO HIM- IUI
K) lOhfble J
Every day we are engraving ar-
ticles and laying them aside for
Articles to be engraved should
be purchased early as High Class
engraving cannot be done during
the Holiday rush.
The Citizens National
Bank of Abilene
ORGANIZE! NOVEMIER 1912
ly ilt-llHHc il y John M.i kiM-hliej si'm
ImlldliiK ti'imlni-d. wnlla ilmirni t
and new equipment milled The hux
irhw will lie conducted by M. M.-Mii
erhiioy recently from Son Amtuatlu
( tioPHii .sniiMii. run hoys
The aecrtnd n'Hrtr'' ot Uie enrrem
nntninl m-fflnn will Itfftn .Monday.
Novemlter I nth. 'The rM)per Srtinol
1st the lieft nehnol In the world foi
the f'entral Weal Ten boy who la
I nimrltiK fur adiniaalun Into a 111 Hi-
l8a unUeraltv or aehool of twh-
iiulofty" It Iibh reires-nt.tie in
T"xaK rnlertly. Texaa A and M-.
VirKiiilH. Cornell .ilc iilid olli'T COl-
1eae Several attidenta ran ! adtntttctl
for the mcond itiarlur If their Btildlea
lit Inio the urogram
OSIAU If- iQOPKIt.
WITH HIS NEW HOME
U Xoh Kuu'iiu'i'd In the Drj (JooiN
liilliii. nl 1 1 liners. In the
Stale of .rknnns.
A reporter Tor this paper has ro-
eelvad a latlfr from hl frlond. A. n-
flerrlHi" who la now imib'ip"1 In the
drv rutnIii buaitivaa at Ftoaars Arkan--n.
In which Mr. Herring states that
H a well pleated with his" new hoiim
and that he is romfortnbl) located.
lrs llerrliiR iuid the other inoin-
Mr of the famllj ar also wdl pluna-
tnl I(iuitk bus kooi m IkmIh llllll
hunhes. niid Ik loi-iiti'd In a rbb fruit
roimir limri rp ie tb hoiui' of ali-
olli former Abilene elihen Mr. W.
l""l) Hiiti.T. who la doing well.
COL BURK BURNETT
thill stnnc- Were Itfinowit ami Xolcd
Com JIiiii I- ow Itolliiu'
('ids c. W Merchant nml J. II. lnr-
raiuore have n--ehl a telegram from
i bunuo from pr. V A. Dnrtimer
sUiiuiK that Col. Iturk Hurnett uniler-
weitt n siMeesful uperatioit Tiuwday
for Kail stonea Cot. Ilurneifs condi-
tion waa entirely antlafariory when
!h inetwanu was sent. Tile operation
was performed by Uie noted surgeon-
Hr Murphy Meaars. Merchant mid
larratnure are life lonu friends of the
iNitti'iit. and are pleased to I earn that
h- it. raiiily rwoering.
JmlKe T 1.. Ubipton left over tho
morning Texas ami Paeille for Albany
where tonUcht he will attend tho mar-
rluKe of his cousin. Mtss Camulju
Wobb to Mr- Ward of Cisco.
Abilene has mi Honor Holl with
rwiBi for erv inun anil woman who
live li.n- ami tiellevw in iIoIiib thintts
on h isi and fair basis- See front
p.i.1- l..iim tor iartlculars
33G3 soothes all klmlB of pain adv
. i - i
jjr -J&&- jfjflu
O. P. THOMAS Agmcy Lam's Ltans and Insurance
Prompt Attention to Property Handled on tixcluslvc llnsls. Phone.
S- V. r.13; Independent 71S.
FOlt SAI.K-Two close In lots with
ceJiieut aide alk; widi SUxlGo; one
fiuiitliiK eaat; locnted on Cedar Stret
one-lmlf block north of atreot car Hue.
and one lot on Hickory Street woat
front third lot north of Fourth street.
Ixita are clear- For further Informa-
tion call on tho owner flrat house
north of Iluiitls: church on Walnut
street or address C. J. HolllKnr Abi-
lono Texas. 2-tO
FOR SAM. Two close In lots with
cemuni sidowRlks; unch 50x1 In; otiu
frnntini; east; located on Cedar Stre.jt
one-halt block north of stret -nr line
and one lot on Hickory street weat
trout third lot north of Four'h street.
Lots are clear. 'For further informa-
tion call on owner first house north
of Haptlat Church on Wnluot street
or address CI. Uolllnger Abilene. Texas-
FOIt SAUv My home good tonus.
Mrs. Annlo Halo Klnjf. For furthor
information boo K. N. Klrby. 22-121
TO TltADlv 440 acre farm near Sny-
dur for farm near Abilene. Jennings
Uroa. ' 30-Gi
KINK fresh Jiracy cow with helfor
calf for salo. ijulck. Sec me nt my
residence. Sth and Moander. Mrs M
V. Wylbi. 3-3t
PAUi FHANK MATHKWS. baBBaRe
iiiau at J. W. KvaiiH store. Hoth tole-phouos-
FOltSALK- Horse mid biiKKy. Woods
VuTlet Store. .-S
Ceremony Waa Performed at First
Baptist Church Couple Left on
Honeymoon Trip at Noon
Dr. Itnbim T. Wilson and Miss Motta
liiux Andrews wore united In marrlUKe
at 10-ft o'clock Wednesday moriiliiK
In the FirBt Haptlst Church Nov. T. A.
KlmhroiiKh. pastor performing the
ceremony. The nowly wedded enuplo
departed over tho 11.31 m. in. Texas
and Paclllc trnln for Coffuyvlllo Kan.
where tlmy will bieml a few duys.
Thoy will contluuo tlmlr honeymoon
trip to CIiIcuko and Now York. After
spondliiB u few da8 thoro thoy will
Uiko passage on n Mallory ship for
fiillvaetou ami bo at homo to their
friends In Houston.
Tho hi Mo was one of the most pop-
ular Ablleno Btrls nnd was dearly and
universally loved. She ts tho daiiKhtor
of J I.. Andrews. Tho Broom is con-
nected with tho Santa Fo railway ns
physioliin having been located In the
Santa Fo hospital service in Ttunplo
for some tlmo. Congratulations iu pro-
fusion wore showered upon tho cou-
ple. A large crowd of frionds and rela-
tives had ihwr n tolictmrs musn M
the Toxus and Paclllo station shower-
uib them with rloo. The bride throw
her coniuropla Into the mtdsl of the
crowd assembled at Uu i-ar door ns
the train departed amidst tho hearty
waving of hands anil a bon voyugo. A
detailed account of the ceremony will
appear later In these columns.
LIGHT RAINS FALLING
OVER WCHITA VALLEY
rclrtrrapli Aililrcs Show ltulno t
Early Hour Wcdue-ido) JUorii.
iMy Abo Out Ihe houhe.tt
Usht ralas descfiaded over tbt
Stamford and Northwestern railwav
almost ail ot Tueiday evening and
DR.RAPUM WILSON TODAY
llcent per word first
insertion ic word
for each insertion
FOH KENT Our corner cottno. Com
pere Ilros. .6 30t
FOK HUNT I have omcs resldonces.
wareroonis Htorcrooms u well' lo
cated and In good repair for rent.
Omnr II Hadford. 2C-tf
VOU IlKNT FurnlaliQil or iiifiirniah'-d
rooms; close In; 218 Sycamore St.
FOIl JtKNT Flvo room JuiiiBalow;
new; all modern conveniences; on car
Hue. South Seventh and Poplar Sis
IS. N. Klrby. 2-0t
FOR HUNT -Five room modern eoi-
tiiBe at North Fifth nml Onttio Sib.
electric llKhts: bus; sewer; hath. Alio
warehouse lOxilU fact near compress.
J lurry Tom KIiib owner. 3 Ot
FOIt IlKNT Vive room cottage: )nwi.
em couvetilviices: on Chestnut street
near car line. W. P. Crow. -St
FOIt KENT 3-omco u mill III
Morse building Will rent nil togeth
er or sepaniteljvjiuod location nice
olUceH.- Jlrs. JrrTC dlorlnvur J. M. lind
fonl S &.
FOIt IlKST Ice Groom hoii5iUHt
completedl will inoderncortteniences.
oatii atldWoii. eaat rrotit; soiitbern
exposure. YoojLrfocation. JOak and
South Thlli'skeets. Uintf l.VuO per
month. O.V ikdford. u-'i'l
pari ot w ciincMiuy nwfliiii; nocurn ne
to telegraphic iIHcerrrjrat tuc
local ofllce The nunnTSmniford iuiI
Spur continued far sometime iiurtn.
the innriiliig hours. Iliilu Is alsti re-
ported at an 'early hour this morning
from Seymour northward. During
Tueiidny rain fell over the nir-
Witcluta Valley system and as far a
heard over most of the Fort Worth
and Denver railway territory.
Haiti Is reported nt ovory station
south of the Abilene and Southern
line none of the showers being huuv
however. The ruin was not neeileJ
at any of tho points hut will poi
injure small grain any. There Is
clarion call for nioro stock In all
of this section this your tn cat m
tho rank growth of when .and oats
I'utess It la kept down freezing wth-
r will cause a serious damago. A
great many stuck Is being broimht In.
For the Bride
DY JOHN P. FALLON
Tho problem of making ap-
propriate wedding presents is
no longer the task that It used
to be. Of course if one pro-
ceeds along the old method of
purchasing without forethought
without knowledge what to buy
or where to buy. tho problem Is
0110 difficult oi solution-
Today however merchants
who wits pelftl!Mf uppro-
prlate wvddlug gift advertise
them In The Heporler Hy read-
ing these advctritsoiiiNiitb close-
1) and constnutlr every night
ou wtll be able to ihoose at
your leisure know Just what
you wuHt and purchase to best
Among the most pluasing gifts
for hrhle are Sterling Stiver
ware electric or gus lamp cut
gluss glassware hand painted
China d'HBrwar. labor-savlag
household uumslls and novelty
furaltare. AH thtse thiuga are
udvertisod in The Ilaporter from
tlwe to time by Abilene's most
Ki iur ee oh tU wivr-
tiseiuwis wakh aur km the
Itturter ly will kwcp y
pwta the "hw tteinw Just
out and enable you to pur-
chase everything ytM buy with
myjf r-.3u-A&Vrtu S
MONEY TO LOAN'
On good Farm and
Ranch lands at 8 per
cent interest with the
option of paying one
tenth each year the
best contract offered
by any company.
V. E. Muir
LOST Masonic pin. Finder return to
this offlre. ;. 2
LUST- Hrown leather left hainl Rloe
in busliieiHi district. Finder rturn !
NOTICK I will Btanrt my Jersey bull
t tho Bxchungo Wuroii Yard tor
2.00. Kd Curry. lfi-tf
If you want n loau on your farm
.this fall cotno early. G. T- Mittl-
Wo only want Intvrast on loans;
flvy yonru; planty monay. 0. T. Mc-
ANV INTtl.l.iaKNT lBItflON mav
trn steady Income correaiiomUug for
nowsiHipurs. wo aHRgwat aubjcw. Kx-
periauco iiunucoaaary. Preaa oorraa-
poiidQiico iliirenu. WnahtiiBton D. C.
WANTTCD Ladles w want to ae your
hair work. Our worit la tfimrmiteiNl
11411. Adams and wire- Southweati rn
riiono -laRL. s-nt
IlVDIRS RSIinrl flllllH- Itl rilU. Immn.
send frr Mlaa Nola Whitley. Spireiu
Corseflere. U'& Sycnmara Street. iMmn
a W. 30SL 2UI0f
Alliiillon Pecans Wan'cil
I will jmy a liberal shippiug iirlo.-
for all Iii'CllllH ntTorml arcnrAne it.
grade and (uallty. It W. Ellis. -SS-3'
I AM 'II IK MAN thai helped .lusp.T
to sweep your flu 4md polish your
Stoves last winter. I will he glad o
do the same sgalii lteferenccs fur
uiahnl. Also buy old elothea. siov-
mid so forth. Itlng -IS2 L & r Join
W.VNTI3D Hoys with hors who
want to deliver The itcnortvr in have
name phone number and address nt
the lleporter olltce- 1-121
WANTED Place to work for hoard
by lady attending Until. Plum
DniiMlmu'a HuatuoM College. l-::i
WA.NTl Pluco to work for hoard
by young man attending school l'lum..
urniighnus Iliissintas College. 4-3
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS
Absolutely Fire-Proof Modern Ele-
gantly Furnished. All Outside
llooimi with high ceilings
A Hotel II11IU For the Cllniate
European $1-00 to $3 00 Per P-ty
SAN AN'KI.MO IKITKI. CO. Owner
Peroy Tyrroll. Mgr
Iimi Firt Class Farms
at Mwlcratt Prices
Don't rent own a farm and
make a thousand or two on its cer-
tain rise in value. Will divide
in eighty acre blocks and improve
oach to suit the right man. Small
cash payment balance one twenti
eth of principal and seven percent
interest yearly. Money to loan on
improved farms. Inquire of J. B
Goodnight Abilene Texas.
A nice home for sale on small
monthly payments good neighbor-
hood and near oar line also cot-
tage far sale or rent with five
aares of tend. Ho3e for rent. J.
B. Goodmgltt Abilene Taxas.
AM$e has as Iter IlIl wit
roam fur evnry aoit) ami wweau who J
In U rt aud U'lin ie dtg tbumai
on a 1 i aii'l ft:r tjt J1- t"l.lit
1 .. . it lmi .Ur 1
AKa IMvm.k.? t.wSl
lifjiX n. ' '"' ru "t --Yl s'wtf
f f - - L .Jr I r m
Nbwt MOJTACHE?"! fBuTTHATSA .'
VMS CUsr CrOOD ONE. .T -1
-U&mMrAr (TWANtC Vou NEHV
DAAWHsf j":" ".
k MHi itmion
Robin Red Breast Flour
and Cream Meal
The quality is the same as those much
higher brands in fact there is none better.
IS ONLY . .
Fresh Graham Flour and new crop Shelled Pectm.
We please you or your money cheerfully refunded.
Cash Grocery Co
C. . GIDDENS MT.
I JtVUI ifcWaWHBPWWMMWaiM
Independent 308 - 8. W. 73
Independent 12. S. W- S7C.
I0NT STEPHENSON' PINNEY
Hesldonco Socotid ft llccch flts.
0 to 11 a. ni. 4 to 6 p. m.
Butidnya by Appointment.
Hours by Appointment
j o o o c a o o o o o o .'ooat
TIONS AIHI.KNK I.OIKJE
NO. 5-. A. P. & A.M.
Hf.l Slunlny Melil VAfU MflHTU
Tlilol lliutMtny Mlit " ""
C W. ItOIIKUTS Secretory
No. ir.G n. A. M.
night each month
como C. W.
l&bzb Ablleno Com-
jRBfy nuuidury No. 27
KHBUEl K T ''nil Mni.
-Sr day night each
month Sir Knights welcome. C
W Koberts. Itecorder.
Tou will then coma to the conclua-
loa that It will pay vou to buy youi
IgrocerJoa hero W si.lt only goods
' of uucqualed quality charge prlca
; that are the lowest possible (or the
goods und give our patrons sueb fat
laluetlon that will bo awarded
.with their future putrouage.
If so get some of that
nice tackle to hold them
io you can land the bif
ABILENE DRUG Ot.
A K CMlKTOi'MKa. H-
i V'-' - - "!
weej m m U I M Mm J M SMi
t ETC - t 9
1 (g)MH-iwri.-jiT.jHa.r1 1 1
$1.65 Per Sick
William I. Atwill
Former United States Attorney is
engaged In tho gcncial practice ot
Civil and Criminal Law. His ad-
dress being v
NWITII TEXAS BlJILDWO
Morse Uldg. Abilese Texaa
DR. L. W. HOLUg. Wt
OIL L. W. HOLLIS JR.
Physicians ft 8urtea
10 to 12 a- a. 2:0 tf :4 p. .
At The Hollk Saallnaiaai
8:00 to 10:M a. k. 4:Mkol.ltfrau
PR- K. Y. POWH. T. ft.
Una opone4 ak ftahMU aoanital a
Pino Street at h sW Mhw wuoa
plKHrta imi. m. I W. In.
I stand the flasi J$mr U
ail la TMr-
ror lounty. km. v
U f. w. mu
M. i. X. CAMS.
Practte IIU4 t
tlona aad tohaifry warti Pin mM
x-MDonuot7 afar CKy Bwg
van ovar CHImnm MiWiaat
CMiM OVW Cltlll
Money to lean a
Eight per Mat latwtat 7 L.
uavia. nrat aata
. C. K. fiAUKMI
YerhuMT iaaaiiia aai
Oatee at Mile HehM LWbt
Oftee phoaes M; Umlianaaa ft. W. ft.
Bsaant Maa i J. W.
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