Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 296, Ed. 1 Monday, June 12, 1905 Page: 2 of 4
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ABILENE DRY GOODS
THE ABILENE REPORTER
IB.. SHOOK ----- - EDITOR
GEO. S. ANDERSON pnopuiETOR
Abilene Texas June 12 1905
The telegraph wires report rain
east to Baird and west to Odessa
up to 11:00 a. m. It was much
heavier weBt than here.
The Roberta telephone reports
good rains at Stamford Anson
Truby Buffalo Gap VanoeCapa
Light atGuion and Tuscola.
Parties from above Nugent on
the river report fine- showers
Abilene had good showers
only up to 2 :00 p. m.
A glanoe at most of the yards
in Big Springs is enough to oon
vinoo one that the war on weeds
has not caused any shortage inthe
weed market. Failure to de-
stroy this vegetation will only
serve to make the task more dif-
ficult eaoh Buooeeding year.- -Big
Springs Herald ""
Thoso who have given their
names to join the new military
company are requested to meet
at firomons hall at 8 :30 Tuesday
night for the purpose of organ-
izing and oleoting officers
Bunion (y label
HOOKS and LINES
Anything You Vnt
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His Own Alan.
Today Leslie Weaver becomes
his own man a voter and a full
fledged citizen with all the priv-
ileges and obligations of one
and we believe he will prove wor-
thy of the honors appertaining to
He is a fine young man a
promising business man and has
won as many warm friends by
his oourteous and kindly disposi-
tion as any young man we know.
May his life be long useful
His father -Mayor Weaver
started him into business today
by presenting him with ten shares
of stock in the Morgan Weaver
Rev. J. H. Moore has returned
from an extended trip through
Haskell Knox and and other
north and northwest counties
and reports orops grass and cat-
tle all in good shape. He was
in the oyolone that killed two or
three people in Haskell. He es-
caped injury but his buggy was
pretty badly smashed up.
Louis Knight and wife are here
from San Angelo visiting rela-
tives and friends. They expeot
tomorrow from Mexico to
spend tho summer with them at
San Angelo. Mr. Knight is in
oharfte of the oity business of a
largo vholosulo house and sooms
to be much pleased with San
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Will and Emmett Chandler re-
turned Sunday from a trip west
where they assisted in moving a
herd of steers from C. W. Cow-
den's New Mexico ranch to Por-
tales N. M.
W. N. Osborn of Colony Hill
has a newspaper clipping from
his old home at Detroit Red Riv-
er oounty which states that over
40 inches of rain have fallen
there sinoo May.
Misses Julliet Kelly and Mag-
gie Hiatt came in from El Paso
today to spend their month's va-
cation with hom.e folks. The
young ladies look well and their
friends are glad to see them..
At a recent meeting of Abilene
Typographical Union No. 949
the time pf meeting was changed
from first Monday night in the
month to the first Saturday night
and will meet In Odd Fellows
hall instead of The Reporter of-
fioe as heretofore.
A. E; Tikker is still danger-
ously siok with an attaok of- flux.
Mrs. Tikker is also sick 'with tho
same disease. They use oistern
water so that the oity water is
not responsible for their siokness
We hope that both will soon get
Miss Mao Leake has returned
from the trip she didn't make
that is a week ago sho loft horo
and this writer understood that
she was going to Fort Worth and
Paris and so noted it in Tho Re-
porter but she only went to
Baird to visit her friend Miss
Tho Salvation Army will oon-
duot their dosing exoroises at
the C. P. ohuroh tonight Spa-
oial Enaign Andrews will partioi
pate and give a history of the
workings of the organization with
speoial ref erenoe to the industrial
features of the army The pub-
llo i oordially Invited
Look for Gott & D'Spain's ad
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Cure Yovt Kidneys.
Do Not Endanger Yoar Life
and Health When a Cute
Is So Easy.
Why will people continue to suffer
the agonies of kidney complaint back-
ache urinary disorders lameness and
stiffness in the back; why allow them-
selves to become chronic invalids when
a certain cure is offered them? Doan's
Kidney Pills is tho remedy to use bo-
cause it gives to tho kidneys the help
they need to porform their work. That
Doan's Kidney Pills cure and cure per-
manently is proven by a Texas citizen's
statement 'if you have any oven orio
of tho numerous symptoms of kidnby
complaint cure yourself now before
diabetes dropsy or Bright's disease
sets in Road this Texas testimony:
C. H. Hopncko of 2319 McKinnby
Ave. Houston Tex. manufacturer and
dealer in barrels since 3872 says : 'por
about a year I had more or. loss trouble
with my kidneys. It was caused by a.
cold or by straining my back. I nad
much lumbago and whenever I made a
suddon movomont I felt a sharp darting
pain through my kidnoys My back
was often so lamo and soro that I could
notBtoop without suffering severely.
Tho kidnoyscorotions scalded and were
vory scant in quantity. I used remedy
after romody but found llttlo benefit un-
til I got Doan's Kidney Pills on tho ad-
vice of a friend who had been cured.
By tho time I had taken half tho box
tho'bnokabho'had disappeared and the
spcretions wore cloar and natural I
"have advised many othors to uso this
romody and always keop a supply in tho
Forsalo by Mrs. L H Bradfiold
Druggist. Prico GO cents. Fostor-
Milburri Co. Buffalo Now York sole
agents for tbo United States.
Remember tho namo Doan'a-r-and
tako no othor.
The Reporter is glad to state
that 52 of our best young men
have joined the new military or-
ganization and that offioers will
be eleoted at the fire Btation
Tuesday night and tho oompany
will get to work at once Dr Lit
tier has a most enoouraging let-
ter from Adj. Gen. Hulen. Ab-
ilene ought to and must have a
good military oompany again
We also make Galvanised Iron Gutter Tanks Well
Casing Floes Stove Pipe Etc.
When your roof leaks or your gutter needs repair phono us. Roberts 134.
Daniel & Shackelford.
HAYDEN GROCERY COMPANY
STAPLE and FANCY
PRODUCE FRUITS and VEGETABLES
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In placing our milk cooler on
the market this year wo aro con-
fident wo have the best cooler for
the money that is on tho market.
Wo have numbors of testimon-
ials from people that aro using
our coolers stating that they aro
tho best cooler thoy have ever
If you need a cooler this season
call and see ours before you buy.
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on our nricos and vnn win in.nn.
whorb to go for your monoy'a worth
To do as well as any one olso is but
to follow. To lead wo must do bet-
tor. Ask our prices on tho following
and soq how muoh you can eavo by
SWEET PICKLES FLOUR
Roberts Phone : 228
Southwestern Phone 203
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Shook, L. B. Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 296, Ed. 1 Monday, June 12, 1905, newspaper, June 12, 1905; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth333083/m1/2/: accessed October 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.