The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 187, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 10, 1912 Page: 6 of 8
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Amttm DAIL XliFOftttBX WlDHDlJPAY AfXIt. 10 1912
: Classified Columns :
KOIl ItEN'T Throe furnished roois
for light housekeeping rinse In. Ap-
ply Mrs. Will Fiilwllor. 8-4
I OU SALE One eight your old mftro
gimitnteod to lie sound and perfectly
8a- lor women or children to drive.
Apply 1c .T. It. Burnett. 20-10
FOR 3AL13 One Hofftnnn A steam
pitsslng machine In good condition
Vll sell i;honp for cnsli. Ablloite
i'UK aAMg I'racticniiy now gas
stove. "Will sell cheap. Phono C72 S.
FOR SALL3 Plenty of good Oak wood
both green and dry blocks and split
D. M. Strickland and C. A. Andrews.
S. W. Phone CSl-J. 21-SO
Four sections of nrlnilltiirnl
land In Winkler county to trade
for Abilene properly or1 Taylor
Coi)ltty farm. The owner of this
lnnil has recently moved to Ab-
ilene and Is In business here.
This land Is listed at IIb worth.
Three Sections smooth typ-
ton County land to trade for
Abilene property or Taylor
County fnrin. A gooil' bargain
flood S rpom.icsldence with
largo lot choice location to
trade for farm.
COGDKLL & RANKIN.
WIFE HELD BY POLICE
Tells OflU-rrs He Trios to Kmlmirc
Her as She N MniilonrJntr Nulls
unit lllndcs lYnclrale llrntsl.
FOR SALE Fine young Jersey cow
fresh. Abundant milker and rich
Worth the money.. J. F. Peek Roberts
Phono 2C8. 7-3t
FOR SALE Fresh Jersey milch cow.
Phono G.'2 Jtoherts. R. V. Steph
WANTED A man to sell our line of
goods In Abilene and surrounding
country on commission. Wagon fur-
nished. Bond required. Write Grand
Union Tea Co. Denver Colo. 25-7t
NEW YORK April 7t Walter J.
Snyder .17 years old managing editor
of the periodical "Sports of the Tint'
cs" was found dead In the hath tub of
bis apartments on St. Nicholas avenue
today with four stab wounds near his
heart. Wr wife .Mrs. .Mary S. Snyder
was arrested and charged with hoiup
According to the police .Mrs. Sny-
der said sbo was holding it pair o
8evcn-lnc.li scissors In her hand when
her husband attempted to embrace
her and the scissors nccldentnlly pene
trated his body.
When Snyder's body was found It
Was unclothed and the police dlscov-j
within ids lintirs IhernnDer thorough-
Ij scalier the stimt? or nnrr-ntl thej
pnnir-. In sneh manner Hint Ihe Bnntc
will nol excpcd two Inches lit deptlK
Provided further that Iho provisions
of this section shall not npply to any
uncovered lot or Ineloslire used In
connection with any such liver) feed
sale or transfer stable dr wagon yard
In the City of Abilene
SUCTION THREE: The contents
of such box or bin In which Js depos-
ited such offal or droppings from nn-
Imals In such livery feed sale or
transfer stable or wagon yard as
mentioned In the proceeding section of
this ordinance shall ho removed from
siich premises In a receptacle so con-
structed as not to permit the same
lo be droptied or scattered along upon
or over any street alloy or public
highway in the City of Abilene."
SECTION FOUR: All Uncovered
lots or Inclosures used In connection
with any llvory feed salo" or transfer
stable or wagon yard In the City of
Abflene shall at all times be kept In
!i sanltarv condition and it shall be
Lthe duty of every owner proprietor
manager or leasee of the same to re-
the merriam webster;
it la ft NEW CIIEA.
TION covering every
fluid of tho world's tboueht.
action and culture Tho only
new unnbridgod 'dictionary in
Became ' defines ovor 400000
"11 Wonl.i; moro than ovor
before appeared between two
covers. 4700 1'aicB. 6000 Il-
lustrations TWitiA It la tbo only dictionary
because viih th0 now dlvlUcd
A "Stroko of GcniUs."
FOR SALE House now renting for
515.00 n month for $900. Ring 482-L
S. W. or 547-R Independent. It Js
my residence. Frank Jasper. 2C-301
S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS Eggs from
carefully selected typical stock $2.00
trios $500. Hardy rapid growers un-
excelled as payors and unenualed in'
size and quality of flesh. S. Campbell
Ind. Phone C63-C. N. Pino St. 10-30
FOR MONEY to extend liens against
choice well improved Abilene proper-
ties. Owners should write Box 527
Fort Worth Texas describing prop-
erties and values fully. 27-7t
FOR SALE Rhode Island Red eggs.
S. W. Phine 019 or .call at 22G Poplar
COL'KKELS FOJt SALE Barred Ply-
mouth Rocks E. B. Thompson's
"Ringlet" strain direct I have the best.
All Prizo Winners $5 each. Eggs $2.50
per setting. W. C. Mingus at Mingus
Bros. & Co.
NOTIGP I hnte bought the grocery
store and good will of W. A. Darby
and will continue the business at Us
present location on Chestnut street.
Having been in the grocery business
for a number of years in Cedar Gap
I feel confident that I understand the
business and can assure yon that J
will handle only first-class groceries
and will sell them to you at the best
price the market affords. Give me a
share of your business and I will try
and make it profitable for you. W. O.
MAKE MONEY selling Skat Soap dur-
ing spare time. Write Skat Hart.ford.
A meeting of the stock holders of
this bank is hereby called at the bank-
ing house of said Institution May 25th
1912 to determine wbeth'er or not the
capital stock of said bank shall be
raised from $55000.00 to $100000.00.
Dated this March 22 1912.
E. B BYNUM.v
Chairman Board" of Directors The
First State Bank & Trust Co. of
" 3IOXET TO LOAX.
On farms and ranches by D. E.
Cobb representing the W. C. Belcner
land Mortgage Company Both Tele-
phones. Abilene Texas. 28-30
WANTED Men to prepare for posi-
tions now waiting at top wages. Learn
the barber trade. Few weeks qualifies.
No dull seasons no strikes". Cash ev-
ery Saturday night. An army of gradu-
utes depending upon us for help. Ap-
ply by mall. Moler Barber College Ft.
Worth Texas. 31-8t
WANTED First-class white girl to
help in house no sen ant girl need
apply. Address 1G32 North Fifth
street. " 7-3t
Crazy Wells Water
Fcr Kdney and Brights Disease
Rheumatism Stomach Trouble
and general debility. Purifies
ths Blood and Keeps the System
in perfeo; condition.
MAGEE'S DRUG STORE
Sold by the case at
480 acres in farm 300 acres In cultiva-
tion 'wo sets" of improvements. Would
like to exchange for small ranch Al-
so a nice residence in desirable loca-
tion. Will sell cheap with small pay-
ment down. If you wish to sell or ex-
change list your property with me.
200 acres farm located four miles east
of Ovalo 115 acres in cultivation very
good house 150 acres of fine land
will exchange for city property.
Two corner lots clear of Incum-
brance will exchange for horses.
T. A. RUSSELL
J. T. Leeson Building.
NOTICE Get your horses clipped at
Abilene Horse & Mule Co. corner of S.
2nd and Sycamore Sts. 7-7t
WANTED Few more young men to
learn Telegraphy of night tuition one
dollar per week J A. Stone 895 Or-
ange street. City. 8-7
WANTED Two coat makers and one
pant maker. None but first-class nged
apply. Pault "Tho' Tailor" at Mingus
WANTED Boarders and roomers 323
Butternut street. Mrs. D W. Floyd.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
3 A modern two story cement build-
ing In good western town clear.
Price $5000. To trade for a farm
and assume some.
2. 12 sections of land In Culhertson
county C miles of the railroad to
trade all or a part for farm or
other good property
3. Bargain 1G0 acres of Shinnery
land near Hawley all good price
$1280 $280 cash balance long
time. Lpan Company's appraise-
ment was $2500
4. 320 acres good land this county
to trnde for El Paso county land.
JS. A modern 10 room residence host
location in' Abilene to trade for
(I. 240 acres pf land 3 miles north-
west ofOvalo 125 acres In culti-
vation to trade for Yoakum county
7. TWo flue mares npd good piano to
put In on $1000 house.
8. 8 sections of good laud in Brews
tor coutfty to trade for a farm
? $13000 stock of merchandise to
trifle for a good farm. ""
IP $pG0Pb0 building dry goods gro
codes und feed in good western
town. Now doing good business to
trade fo-r a farm
ij Sve hIco rcflldcirseB tP pell with
uuttli payment' (town. balance Uk
11. -ifiXffiSrBW ItfrjTbaatnfs
county t fiHMle for n good llfw
fftrw lMp.'Sto us for bargains
fptK rfi i-y fVrn loor
LOST One ladies H. & T. short black
left kid glove. Finder return to W.
Coko Mingus at MlngUB Bros and
WANTED To resilver your mirrow
olho-do your upholBterlng work re-
pair your fnrnltiue fix your cook
stove and retrfgeratorin fact do any
woik j oif want done in th furniture
line. Abilene Trading Co. Ind. phone
ered hanging on n clothes line In the
kitchen a union suit having three
holes in It. The suit hhd been wash-
ed. Mrs. Snyder's explanation to the po-
lice was that 'Snyder was annoying
her hy sprinkling wnter on her whilcH
she was manicuring her nails and
suddenly Seized her. The blades of
the scissors opened she said and
pressed Into his body
Coroner Hellenstein after question"'
ing the woman said -Mrs. Snyder had
made several conflicting statements--
In regard to the circumstances sur-
rounding the editor's death as well
as about her own antecedents. Accor
ding to Assistant District Attorney
Strong in a statement made to him
Mrs Snyder said her husband had
grasped her hand when she had the
scissors in its and atabbe himself.
btay away from me. I am angry
with you" she said she told im just
before Snyder seized her. After the
stabbing she said Snyder had walked
into the bath room where she subse-
quently found his body.
Mrs. Snyder told the police her
maiden name was Mary Kerns and
that she eloped with Snyder1 from Mor-
rlstown N. J. si years ago and mar-
They had .separated she said and
had become reconciled only two wepks
ago. She denied that she was Helej
Canfidld with whom Snyder eloped
from Hartford three years ago or that
she was formerly a Bertha Edna Yea-
ger whom Snyder Is said to have mar
years ago and divorced i:
ORDINANCE NO. 3S
ABILKNB TRADING COMPANY Is
the juace to buy sell or exchange fnr-
Iture stoves or refrigerators. Just
east of post office. Phone 397. 3-3t
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC I hnv
1U chased the registered Jersoy ju'.l.
wtJ lojlob Turner. Will be stnou
TiT TTuTuucetl Darn northeaBt Lnvn
Feet $'i.50 cash. A. HIgglhbotham 9 4t
WANTED Men to learn harbor trade
An army of our graduates running
shops depending upon us for barbers.
Many Jobs waiting Fe weeks quali
fies. Can't be had elsewhere. Wiito to-
l day. Moler Harbor Colleup Fort Worth
RETURN Party wbj
bio from residoncQ
property. No quasi
iPk gold thlm-
IB asked. AV. 8.
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An Ordinance Reciilntinfr Peed Sale
and Transfer Sfablei and Wagon
Yards In the city of Abilene Pro-
lidliivr a penalty for the Violation
thereof and carrying an emergen
Be it ordained by the Board of Com-
missioners of the city of Abilene:
SECTION ONEiBk the term "Li-
very Stable" as used herein is meant
any place wherevhorses olr other beasts
of burden arejkept and let for hire.
(a) By the' term "Feed Stable" as
used horeinjfs meant any place where
horses or JBther beasts of burden are
rdefl for compensation.
tae term -saie ataoie' as
is meant any nlace where
. . . -
forjotner ueastsHoc burden are
id Jeonflned for She purpose of
ef chan go. f
Bf the term "Transfer Stable"
as jgBcdjF'herQin.Ms meant any place
whole tJrreo or moro Aorses are kent.
fedjlor onflned for 3flie purpose of
hafllnf passengers goods or freight
d) jBy the term f Wagon Yard" as
u'd iif rein is meant anv nlace where
rscsfor other beasts of burden tine
1 fit HMeitered or connned for com
SECTION TWO:J It shnll be the du-
of Hie ownor f roprietor manager
lessee of overvjfllvery feed sale o'r
nBiei siaoie on wagon yaru witnin
tlje CitJ of AbUijne to provide and
mfintalft a fly tfroof box or bin of
sulflciena size tolhold not more than
flvC cubIA yardsfef manure such box
or pin to bo sf copstructed that it
ot USB than a twelve Inch
air space batwron the bottom of such
bin or box and the ground or floor
upon dr over which It sotH All offal
ami droppings of all animals In such
livery feed sale or transfer stable
or wagon yard Bhall be placed In such
box or bin dally and kept until re-
moved as provlded-heretiir all -doors
or lids to such box or bin to bo kept
closed at all times except when put-
ting n or romovlng tho contents from
the same. Tho contents of such box
or bin shall bo removed from within
tho city limits of Tho City of Abilene
at least onco each week. Provided
that from tho J nth. duy of November
to the IGth dny of March of each year.
the contents of such box or bin may
be placed In or on any private proper-
ty within the city limits of tho City
of Abilene with the consent of tho
owner or porson In control of such
private property and It shall he the
duty or the owner or owners propri-
etor or proprietor of uuy such livery
feed sale or transfer stablo or wagon
jardj bis or tho(r employeet( who
shall place or cause to be nlaced or
deposited any such offal or droppings
move all offal or droppings from an
imals kept or cared for therein at
lenst once each week and dispose of
the same as provided in Section One
and Two of this ordinance.
SECTION FIVE: It shall bo Unlaw
ful for any porson owning dperntlng
or managing nny livery feed sale or
transfer stable or wagon yard In the
City of Abilene to permit any recep-
taclc In Whioh has lKen deposited the
offal or droppings from nnimnls kept
or cared for therein to remain stand-
ing upon any street alley or public
high-Way or nny private property not
used as a livery feed sale or trans-
fer stable or wagon yard In tho City
of Abilene; and it shall be unlawful to
permit the same to be standing on any
such premises used as a livery feed
sale or transfer stable or wagon yard
in anv "box or bin wagon or othpr re-
ceptacle whioh is not fly proof for
any length of time longer than twelve
SECTION SIX: Any person violat-
ing nny of the provisions of this or-
dinance shall be deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor and upon conviction
thereof in the Corporation Court of
The City of Abilene shall be fined in
any sum not to exceed one Hundred
SECTION SEVEN: This ordinance
shall take effect and be in force from
and after its passage and publication.
Approved this 4th day of April A. D
E. N. KIRBY
Passed this 4th day of April 1912.
ATTEST: J. A. PRATT
Approved this 4th day of April A. TV
H. N. HICKMAN
it la nn encyclopedia in
a sIdkIo volume
IWatitn it is commended by tbo
uccause Courts U10 Schools nnd
tbo Press as the one supremo
RorAiMA ho who knows Winn
Because Stt(.oeas j tou
you about this now work.
WHITS for ipKlatni of Uu sow dlrldad p .
G. & C. MERRIAM CO..P JEUri. SprlufltU Mm.
Uutlon tfcli Ptr rtcetTi FHEE ft tot of pockit tnp.
Spanish Peuinits for Stock.
Spanish peanuts are fast taking
their place as one of the important
feed-crops of Texas for both man" and
beast especially in the sandy land
belts of Central East and West Tex
In Eastland County where the wri-
ter lives fifty or more farmers are
feeding their work-stock on peanuts
this spring. The extreme dry weather
of last summer which killed their
corn hardly injured the peanut crop.
Many hogs are being fed almost
exclusively on peanuts and have made
large gains in weight.
The Agricultural Department of
the T & P. and I. & G N. railways
have recently completed a forty-day
A Duroc Jersey gilt 120 days old.
weighing 57 pounds was fed for forty
days 96 pounds of peanuts being fed
during that period. At the end of the
test she weighed 97 pounds givjng a
net gain of 40 pounds
hub ngureu ui seven cents per
pound which is really a cent bolow the
present price of fat hogs at Fort
Worth gives a return of $?.S0 for the
iM.-iiuuiB cuiiHiimiui or ; cents per
btiBlioi. The present market price at
the mills is G5 cents per bushel.
This test wbb conducted under very
adverse conditions. The gilt was un
dersized for her age and therefore not
in the best growing condition. The
weather was wet and cold. With
moro favorable conditions we believe
a much befter showing could Inu
Other testa along thla line will be
carefully carried out this fall by tho
department. Young hogs will be fed
over a longer period and moro ma-
ture hogs will be tested out. A man-
lier j)tummcrIal Cliibs-tfn--WeHl
Texas have made arrnngementa with
tho farmers In their respective com-
munities to furnish mutorlul enough
to fence an aero of land for tho pur-
pose of planting SpaniBh peanqtH and
hogging them off this fall to ascer-
tain tho number of pounds qf pork
that can be produced por aero. The
nogs will bo weighed and after the
crop a consumed weighed again to
glv tho results of the test
W B STARR
AsHt Agricultural Agent T & P nnd
I. & G N. RyB.
Aged .Man Dies A hue.
COTl'LLA TEX. April 7 W P.
Butler one of the nloneu.' sutlers of
La Salle county wag found dead yes-
terday eight miles south o.' Cofiilla.
Apparently he had died While asleep
In the house of a email rarich which
he had leased. Decomposition had set
In and other evidence indicated that
he had died Wednesday list as on th"
morning of that day w.1.1 the lust time
he was seen alive.
BUI :eu who lhe.l 'ibou two miles
from Baler's ranch 'v?nt (o the fit-
ter's place Satnrdiy nior'iinp and sec
ing no evidence of lii" went into tho
house. There he Toum! the old man
lying on the floor on a jvllei dad
His clothes and sPops ucr? on h's
body and evidently ho had lain down
to take a rest Wcdnesdav rvenmc and
never woke up. Relatives at Cotulia
were notified and the bortv was
brought here and buried.
W. P Butlpr was 61 years ohl and
located on the Nueces jusi west of
Cotulia In 18C8 and engawl (n the
ranch business. In the early cl.ijs he
was considered wealthy. He was ew
er married and his nearest jhrhe-i
are a nephew at El Paso nnd a nlct
To have a fl
the liver m
ladles. TJrice" 50c.
Bass Drug Co.
be setjye. thi "fiowels
lifoodpure All this
bu brsini: HERBINE.
acourXtrre liver stomach
putB J!be body in fine con-
that clear pink and
n so much desired by
Sold by McLomtire-
N'KW YORKERS READY TO OPK
Nntfonuls Will Play In Hrooklju-
Highliinders lo I'luj Itosloq
I Two Games.
XEW YORK April 7 The local
opening of big league baseball on
Thursday will bo a two-game affair
with the Nationals lined up against
their rivals in Brooklyn and the Amer
cans against the Boston team.
In Brooklyn there will be at least
one change in outfield and Catcher
Street 1b now to the Highlanders. Be-
fore the season Is over the Brooklyn
club expects to move Into the new
steel and concrete stadium and the
New York Giants will make their first
full season's use of the great amphi-
theater finished hue hist year. The
new homo Of the Highlanders proba-
bly will not be ready pntll next year
Harry Wolvqrton the now Highlan-
der manager announces the probable
Hnoup for tho opening game witji Bos-
ton aB follows:
Wolter right field: Daniels center
field; Chaso first base! Creek left
uoiu; iiartzei shortstop; Dolnn third
base; Gardper second base: Street
catched; Vaughan or Ford In the box.'
Tho New York-Brooklyn opening
probably will be:
New York: Devore left field; Doyle
second base; Snodgrnss center field;
Murray right field Morkle first bnse
Herzog third base; Fletcher ahorlstm.'
Tesrouu pltchor '
Brooklyn: Stark shortstop: Daubert
first base; Wheat center field Hum-
mel second base; Mojjiti rlh rield;
Smith third ImsoKSiuhyn left field
"ffi' KwivueyuujjKur 3 or Burger
HAWVSSffffS! rr0m lmals on any such prlvato pro-
H'flfmni'a nnr AiLdrWTk.i.'-. i .
......... UyB woo uve at a
In the house dWm 61 BuJIard'a Sqow
Liniment. Jfj6iaV.be nioilod t nn
time for emm VWVtie. iorea. Hnrnlnu
or rbeumaJI jt la ajjWerful heal-
ing andjWMratlngjfemedy. prlco
2Cc DOc MjfLOO perbottle. Sold by
Urt ovoBMfom n-iHcn
and u gc
biyf tfsto dizziness
inccQiint" feollne 1h n
It makes tho
vltallzestho blood remil.
restores a Fine
energy and cheerfulness.
Cash Grocery Go;
6mMmmlwmmm&mtMmsmmmMiimmtmm4k uyMJiui M mimimm0m
This weelc with $5.00 of
Groceries you can get
One Dozen California Lemon Cling
Peaches regular size for - $1.50
This fruit is fine
now is your chance.
We will have a line of Heinz
57 Varieties this week.
Cash Grocery Co.
C. L. GIDDENS Manager
The Store That Grows
S. W. Phone 164 Roberts Phone 131
A Pleased Customer is
Our roods please pooplr. Iioth in quality and in price. Call
or phone ns. wutr orders. We have a new and complete stock.
Sole apents "Kermlell Hraud" Food products canned yonds
CHANDLER GROCERY CO.
S. W. Phone 219 Pino Street Iiul. 31 & 104
i1 ' rgsi i i urTT rTir f
MILLIONS IN IT
Tho business of the country Ig done on credit. Tho money
is In tlio saro keeping of tho banks
Not a little of it is deposited with
THE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
Its standing as a financial institution Is firmly established and
the convenience and escurity It affords fully recognized De-
posits aro solicited from linns individuals etc.
The Commercial National Bank
JNO. N. CONRAD
Lands Loans and Fire Insurance
Room 5 Radford Bldg
tractor. Snyder was married nt the
Snyder's father Is a well-wimwi
Kentucky horseman and was In
charge ut one time of joljn .Mmlden'B
stables nt Lexington. 1 1 'l suld bj
rolntlyen tat the former Mrs. Snyder
whh gntniou n divorce at Detroit am
that .MIbs C'nurielil andSiiyilor wori
uuer iommny xsnmm
d to Hip
Ufntory o the Gounle.
AIITFORD Conn.. Anrll 7 WaT.
terf.1 Snyder who camn imm tmm n.
trolt- in 1909 that same year eloped
with Mlsa Helen Caufleld daughter
of John riuifleld n New Prltnln eon
ers of ba
Iy. Is i
men and bowola Alsord
MpOee' Haby EHsir Is a
enuluQ. merit. Itactlnulclt
e wjialesomo and Jnoasant
Pr!e 25c and G0c ulr bottle.
Irremoro-nasB ng P.
ther la ulwuyifbn the
oinspf worinf In hor
IjioIiTof iirforest in
Ofeam Vorinlfjfeo. A fow
d tho child
Prlco 2Go por hot-
.emoro Hass Drug Co
Tho Star Mllllne
all your Bccond
ompany yiu buy
for Classy Photos.
will buy nil of your
Tiring thorn down.
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