Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 220, Ed. 1 Monday, April 18, 1904 Page: 1 of 6
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ABILENE DAILY REPORTER.
-ABILENE. TEXAS. MONDAY APRIL 18 1904.
WE HAVE MOVED?
Out1 bffibo is now In tho front offices oyer Miller's.
Grocery Store just across tho street frpm the postoffice
and we still find thatfwe haven't "room enough" there-
fore "in order to reduce our stock" commencing Mon-
day morning at 9 o'olock Maroh 28th wo are going to
throw on the market at "SLAUGHTERED PRICES'
our entire "stock" of lands houses and lots both for
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i f oi' land notes also our immense line of insurance all
notary work drawing deeds oontracts etc. so. come
. early if you want first choice and to avoid the rush. It
will 8e better for you to .either phone or write us the
- day you will be at our office so we can arrange to. waitv
on-you and you will not go away disappointed.
Tl' W.ljl. T. .-
QWPERt ttROS. Loan'and Rental Boys'' t$1
M. H. Compere 0. C. Compere Notaries Public Abilene
!he American National Bank
CAPITAL PAID IN $75000.00
LjHome Institution. Managed for the good of all citizens.
We Solicit Accounts
T. M. !Wagstafa President W. G. Swbnson Cashier
J u. OHEiiTON Asst asmer.
z CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK
tolicits your business and will at.alL ttmes extend to' its. custo-
iorsall accommodations consistent wun conservative ; banning..
r j ... ' .DIRECTORS
J. BE Wagstaff &-Nt MorrisonTJW. G. Swenson
J. H1. Oliver D. G. HilLG. W. Parks.. -
" P. HHammbck MV Ci Cope - W. A. Bowie;
l V -Jj b '1 .fcMB - fcil
ED. S. HUGHES President. - j
J M CUNNINaifAM.rVlce President.
W; R. KEEBLE Asst. Cashier.
FARMERS and MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK I
Cut plas and Profits
ABILENE' - '
The VSTEVENS" rifles iead the filfor safety
accuracy and dtirafcil&y? w '
Those who get them not only have the satisfac-
tion of using a well-made high-grade handsome
gn bat they "get the game'
ROUGH RJDER SOLID.
Roosevelt Now Has 3t3 Tastructed Dele
Washington April lO.The
aption ol tho. New York state re-
publican convention in. "direct-
ing the delegates at large from
New York io work for the re-
riomination of President Roose-
velt brings the total number of
delegates instructed for Roose-
velt up to 343.
The uninstruoted delegates
Although the convention yes-
terday "direoted" the delegates
to vote for Roosevelt instead of
"instructing" them the action
is conceded by all here to be
equivalent to instruction.
Of tho 103 uninBtruoted delegates-elected
it is said more than
a majority will vote for Roose-
velt. For example in Pennsyl
vania only fifteen delegates have.
been instructed .f or Roosevelt
and -forty -nine are without in
struction. It is a fact however
that Pennsylvania is one of the
strongest of the Roosevelt states.
The table of instructed and un-
'instruoted delegates elected by
diBtriots throughout the country
thus far is as follows :
Instructed Alaska 0y Arizona
6 Alabama 14 Delaware 6 Flor
ida 10 Georgia 22 Illinois 6 In-
dian Territory 6 .Indiana 18
Kansas 18 Louisiana 4 Minne-
sota 20 Mississippi 20 Missouri
23 Nebraska 0 New Mexico 6
NewYork:24 North Carolina 2
Ohio 10 Oklahbma. 0 PennsyU
vania 15 South Carolina 14
Tennessee 20 Texas 30 Utah 6
Virginia 10 WestVirginia 2
Wisoon8in2. Total 343. '
UninBtrupte d-A la b a. ni a '-2
Georgia 4. Illinois 4 .Kansas 2
Louisiana 21 Minnesota 2 Mis-
souri 4 New York 20 . Ohiti 4
Pennsylvania 49 Tennessee 4
'Virginia G. Total 103. -"
Arizona Cattle Losses: Heavy.
P.raotioally no winder rains and
an. absence so far 'of any spring
tains have severely injured cat-
tle in Arizona. Crops in por-
tions of Arizona depending part-
ly or wholly on rainfall for irri-
gation are almost a total failure.
The condition this year is worse
;than it has been for many years
while it has been far from satis-
factory for six years.
Gattle are dying by thousands
in the San Simon and- Sulphur
Springs valleys. Col. H. C
Hooker of the Sierra Bonita
ranch has already shipped i
trainload of cattle to Caif6rnia
The.MoKittriok company isgath
erjng al of the cattle that will
stand shipping. Cattle are also
being rounded up for shipping
by the Riggs ranoh' people ' W.
A. Fiege has an extensive pump-
ing plant and pip line at John-
son) where he will water his cat-
tle at great expense. Carlsbad
Do It Today."
The time-worn injunction.1
"Never put off 'til tomorrow
wliatyp.U pan d.p today" is now
generally presented in this form :
"Do it today!" That is the terse
advioe we want to give you. about
that haoking cough or demora-
lizing oold with which you have
been struggling for Several days
perhaps weeks. Take some re-
liable remedy for it today and
let that remedy bo Dr. Bpsohee's
Gorman. Syrup whiqh has beqn
in use for bvpi thirty-five years
A few doses of it will undoubted-
ly relieve your cough or cold
and its continued use fdra few-
days will oure you completely.
N.P matter jqw deep-seated your
cough oven if dread consump-
tion has attaokod your lungs
Gorman Syrup will surely effeot
a oure as it has done bofpro in
thousands of apparently hopeleds
oasea of lung trouble. New trial
boUki 25o refular b!z 75o
1 At all dnigglain
StepfaeHsoi On Current Issues.
Clyde Texas April 16 1004.
Believing it to bo to tho interest
of) all oonoerned and ospeoially
to Hon. John LStephenson can-
didate for state senator I havo
had the honor to approaoh him
upon the following grounds and
after careful honest thought the
gentleman has answered the fol-
lowing questions of interest to
all the voters. Believing in him
as an honest man and strict in-
tegrity of oharactor and princi-
ples I submit this paper through
you to others that all may know
just where our neighbor stands
in this raoe: W. B. Martin.
1. Are you in favor of tho Wil-
lacy bill or something similar?
. 2. Are you in favor of the lo-
cal Pption law as it is now writ-
tenand interpreted? Yes.
3. Are you a pro. and anti rs
to tho liquor traffic. Pro.
4. Will you Vote for 'a law pro-
hibiting free passes on railroads?
5. Will you vote for a law pro-
hibiting free telegaarris free tel-
ephone messages free express
franks and free Pullman berths
to members of the Legislature?
6. Will you oppose supplying
newspapers to members of the
Legislature at the States ex-
7. Will you. oppose idle days
during a session for junketing
trips? Yes. -
8. Are you in favor of the Leg-
islature working more and frol-
ioking less. Yes.
9. Do you think it possible that
the last Legislature could havo
dispensed with a number of its
employes and in other ways
Jargely' . curtailed its expense'
without injury to the service?
10. "Are you in favor of raising
the.present tax rate? No.
11. What is your age? 52.
'12 What is your vocation or
profession? Newspaper rrian...
13. In what country wero you
14". To what church do you
Race Feeling In Kansas.
Kansas City April 15.- Race
feeling in Kansas City Kuns.
caused by the killing of Roy
Martin a high school freshman
by a negro named Gregory is
growiring in intensity Six ne-
groes whP accompanied Gregory
to. jail on the night of the murder
armed with rifles were arrested
on the oharge' of inciting a riot
Whioh in Kansas is a.felony and
they are being hold -
Following the- dosing of t)i6
high school until Monday next
in an effort to quie the exoite-
ment that was expeoted must Pi-
low Martin's funeral white pu-
pils aBsert with positivonoss that
negroes will never again be per-
mitted to enter the. high sohool.
Martin's friends will it is said
make a determined effort on
Monday to keop all negroes from
entering the building.
State Fair Assured .
The Dallas fair grounds by
vote of the taxpayers of that oity
will be purchased by tho oity for
park purposes. The fair asso-
ciation will have the use of the
grounds for sixty days each year
for.a period of. ton yoars for the
purpose of holding a fair. Tho
fair association also agrees to
erect a S30QQQ exposition build-
ing pn the grounds tho expense
of this building to be provided by
popular subscription the greater
part of this sum being already
subscribed by the publio spirited
oitizensof Dallas This mouns
that the Dal'na fair has boon
placed on a solid footing and
this yW and subsequent fairs
ought to b bettor than ever
When yo wish to sell yor land"
notes or borrow on your land
come to os. We are now In
a position to aid oar friends
and can make it to their inter-
est to do business with" vs.
Will Stith 8c Co.
Real Estate and Insurance
i ' ? foray
mi! re r. i.s
FOR .resUrlnif original lustre nncl tone to old worn scratchril
nd faded furniture woodwork and floors.
nd faded furniture woodwork and floor
LACQUBRliT dries over night nnd wears like rawhide.
noi iaae. turn wntie or crncK
LACQUBRBT Is all right In everyway for everything A child
can apply It.
LACQUBRBT Is sold In convenient packages ready forme In
Light Oak Dark Oak Mahogany. Cherry walnut'. Rosewood.
Rich Red Moss Green and "Clear1'. It is TRANSUJCUNT nrn-
laulnff brilliant and durable. Superior In paints of merit a
anything on the market.
Ask for Color Card and Instructive booklet
"THE DAINTY DECORATOR."
FOR SALE BY
Mrs. L. H. Bradfield druggist.
i New York Studio pf Photography
m THE ARTIST). over P. & M. Bank in opera house building.
the old re
2 on all work for 60 ddys only. Don't miss this big Cut as you .save J -2 be
w sides. Vou are sure ol getting the very finest work such only as an ex. W
perienccd artist can make and not novices in the business. This rate la- f
0 etudes enlarging of old faded pictures in crayon pastel etc. Q
For 10 thjys only T will remain in
Abilene at present as sickness of
my son calls mo to Hico Texas
to take oharge oC his business
"until he is better. Those wishing
work done will please come in
this week and all who aro in-
debted to. me will please call and
sottlo by last of tho wcok. Hope
to return 'ero long.
T. .1. Huiwert Oooulist.
J. H. RoyelF of Potosi moved
up his Reporter figures Satur-
day' He bad five cases of moa-
sles in his famiiy whilo.thafc dis-
ease was taking in tho neighbor-
hood It looks as if our Potosi"
friends should got a clear receipt
lor measiea pretty soon.
in HAND CAMERAS best;
MAJOR & MAJOR
Bat be f .Retard Heldth
Clean shaves smooth
Razors keen and towels oloan.
Chestnut Street opposite
It ia surprising bow iunny people there arc who
allow themselves to become and remain cousti-
noted. They apparently do not know that this
condition poisons the entire system. Not imme-
diately of conrsp biitraftera little time nu the pbk
80110UB Impurities accumulate they attack the vital
orKiinn anil undermine the constitution. As a re-
sult the victim becomes pale holloweyed and
sallow the breath is foul the head aches fre-
quently tbe strength slowly declines aud the once
strong active body becomes weak and nervous. t
Prickly Ash Bitters
is a cleansing tonic and restorative just suited to
. such conditions. It la nuchal stimulant for tho
stomach liver and bowels purifies the system thor-
oughly aud invigorates the kidneys conveying
strength and uew life to tbe whole Internal orgau-
ism. Under its marvelous rvivlug Influence there
Is at once n brightening up in body aud brolu rci
uewed energy strength vim aud cheerfulness.
SOLD AT DRUQ STORES.
PRICE $ I'.OO.
For &U by Um Broihirs Drug Company Ablleno ?'
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Shook, L. B. Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 220, Ed. 1 Monday, April 18, 1904, newspaper, April 18, 1904; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth333346/m1/1/: accessed May 26, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.