Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 167, Ed. 1 Monday, March 20, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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Tio only baking powttai
madm from Royal Grapm
proam of Tartan
WMMW LIME PHOSPHATE
NASHVILLE HEARS ABOUT
RIG U. C. T'S MINSTREL
Alonilnt' TcnnchseuikAmerlcan Glud-
ly 1'iibltsliCft Program Iti Full
In Sun dn j- Edition
Tlic United Commercial Travelers'
big minstrel in the opera house a
month ago mado a distinct stir as far
away as N'ashvllle Teun Tho Nash-
ville. Tennessean and American the
largest morning newspaper in Tennes-
see in its i8suo of Sunday March 12
devoted considerable space in its de
partment devoted to the traveling
men On the Firing Line to the big
show In Alblene. Besides publishing
the program the- Firing Line had the
following to say:' M$
"The Firing Line Is In receipt of an
elaborate souVenlr program of the
tirst annual performance of the "U.
C. T. Big Minstrels" given at Abilene
Texas February 18 by tbe Abilene
Council No. 472
Tho program Is a master
piece in tho art preservative tha'col-
ors of the order blue gold aJrtl white I
being used as the cover.Thq body of
the program contained a number of
"L. W. Hillburn an old Nashvlllo
boy formerly a member of Nashville1' Abilene Council No. 472 United Corn-
Council No 102 traveling .Texas for morcial Travelors held an unusually
tho Cheek-Neal Coffee Company Is enthusiastic meeting Saturday night
senior counselor and a hustler from in their lodge room during the course
'way back V. II. Anderson is secre-
tary -for the Abilene council.
"That tho entertainment given at
Abilene was a success financially 'is Recent correspondence between Se-
assnred on a pqrsual of the advance nior Counselor Hillburn and the Red
lll.l ...1.I..U ... n. I.. Its O 1 . .. .
iin-i.ii.iiiL- tviinjn wan ix &m in .a
line Henry Roquemoro was to bIamo(
for it. The program rendered or ra-'
ther surrendered Is published In full f
! Alan Tltuf un T 1 m a k. M w t 1i 4 faiaa.ffI I
ly uiv nuiiK uinu ua it uiiKui iuMii?n
an idea for a similar entertaUimcnt
fydonia Balm Is Dest for chapped
hands and face. At all druggists 25a
Buffering from any form of
illnesVJp invited to promptly com
iiiiinJcntB with Mrs. rinkham at Jvvnn
u to promptly com-
with Mrs. rinkham at Jjynn
Mtfss. ! letters aro received opened.
rtad ainranswered by women. A wo-
-vr?vr man can iruuiy wwk
WzBmX Qf her private 111-1
ness to a woman ;
thus has been es
tablished this con-
fidence bo two on
Mrs. l'inkham and
America which 1
never been brok
"Never has she
mneu n testimonial or used a leijer
without Wio written consent ofhe
nter. never lias the t'om
allowed m'se contldential letters to
Ret out K their possession as tho
hundreds t thousands of them in
their ales Wl attest.
Out of tlig.vast voluraoof experience
which MrsTLrinkham has to draw
J rum it is in
has eained t.
ro than possible that sho
very knowiouco neeusu
She nsks nothing In ro-
turn except your good will and her
auYico lias helped thousftnus.
Helped thousands bureiy
nny woman rich or poor should bo
fTl.l.l v .l.n 1 A -. ll.I ..
u lu ump uiivauiagu 01 nua guuui-
ous offer of assistance. Address Mrs
l'inkliam caro of Lydla E. Pinkliam
ucdicluo Co. Lynn Mass.
Every womai ought to have
1'3'tUa E. Pinkhaiu's 80-pago
Text Book. It Is not a hook for
Kcnerpl distribution as it is too
vpenslvo. It Is freo nnd only
olKninahlo by maU. Wrlto to
jFORIUHE NOW SMILES ON
POVERTY STRICKEN TENOR
Herman II ton no Austrian Song' Hlrd
0 aigiis nircc lour Contract
An IMm tucked awny In an obscure
qornor of tho Dallas Nowb stating that
Herman Bvonne tho Austrian tenor
hnd signed a contract with Oscar Ham-
mersteln Tor a three year's engagement
In New York City moved M. C. Jasper
to tell of his early acquaintance with
the great singer. Mr Jasper travels
out of Birmingham Ala. nnd was in
Abilene. Saturday on business leaving
Over tho Texas & Pacific todav for
"I heard Bvonne give his first con.
cert in tho South" said Mr Jasper ul
wns at New Orleans May 1 1005 three
days after he landed from tho ola
country. I was then Impressed with
the wonderful purity and range of his
voice and wondered that New Orleans
did not receive him more wnrmly.
"Fate seemed to throw Bvonne nnd
me together. I heard hint again at
New Orleans then nt Atlanta and at
Savannah Raleigh Nashville Memphis
nnd finally in my home town of Birm-
ingham lie was received with only
indifferent enthusiasm and had much
trouble making etulg meet. The last
time I heard him was at Rogers Ala.
a town of a thousand people. Wo stop-
ped at Uie sairto hotel and so lonely
did tho young fellow seem that 1 Intro-
duced himself and told lilm how I hnd
been pursuing hfm. Wo struck up
quite a friendship.
"After an unsuccessful engagement
at Rogers Bvonne reduced tq his Inst
ten dollnr bll went north. That was
(he lash I heard of him until I picked
up this paper. I am glad Hammersteln-
has takeu the boy In hand. lie wilfln
time be one of the greatesMcuors In
tho world."' Jc"
REO SOWfllf ARRIVE
Sm NOON T. ft P. TRAIN
Re In Abilene Tuehe Hours Mnna-
gor Bono win Agrees to Loan
Locals Four Ten
of which plans for entertaining the
Boston Red Sox Wednesday. March
29 were discussed
oux jjeuiuu nave resulted in many
things of mutual satisfaction beln
agreed upon. Tho Red Sox acrea
Include in their personnel lfol"
Y m. m a BC
ivitrger -aim ins apeaKer. two' Texas
boys and leading lights in the base
ball world. Everybody in Abilene
wants to see Speaker.
The Sox will arrive from El Paso
at noon Wednesday departing at mid-
night for Pallas whorje they play
Maloney's Giants. They will be here
for luncheon and' dinner at six o'clock
Manager "Patsy" Donovan will bo in
charge of the squad.
Tho Rod Sox agreed to loan the
Travelers four players a pitcher and
catcher included. Mr. Hillburn hopes
to have it arranged that Kargcr will
twiil for tho locals against the leag-
uers and Speaker will play his usual
outfield position ..
J Indications are thnt tho biggest
j crowd that ever witnessed a ball
game in Abilene will he at the West
End park on that day to see tho Red
- W0IITH WEIOfT IX JiOLD
Abingdon Va. Mre. Jcnftie McCall
of thlB placo says
bled with female
91 hacMboen trou-
mplalixs for over
ten years . 1 couldjfnot
Ik or stand
on jPeet. and hid bee
began to takojFard
tonic nnlpfow f can
1 wantjfFO go vuvci
tlmajpou a plain
tliery aro thouBanls m worn
wojfi gladly appljifthls price
dlcfcio that woul relieve JjRlr
fcrlng. Cardul fas
Why not you? Try it.
soils it in $1 bottles.
.Mrs. a. ai. uonerison leu over iue
nft..nB Pnciflc thin morning for Mc-
' .-.-. .------
Kinney to join Mr. Robertson nnd will
be absent from her homo in Alta Vista
a wcelcor ten days
J W. HnrtJs wife and children or
North Abilene left over the Texas &
Paclflo tbls morning for Leonard Fan-
nin county to'vislt relatives of Mrs'
Harris and will possibly locate In Bast
for.'fa jrong time
itf" fife l Mi ill
r "i! tJ
nr 18 .vWortlUJti"
tWa me- b" w
LILLY ESTIMATE TOO LOW:' i
OATS WILL GO 500 000 BO.
l'ort Worth Commission Mcrclinnt
floes Abilene .Man One Bettor
. on the Forecast
M. F. Grant a commission merchant
Of Fort Worth was among- the visitors
in Abilene this morning leavBig over
the Texas & Pacific for his home.
"I chanced to pick up a Sunday Re-
porter" said Mr. Grant "nnd ajmcat
tho first item that attracted my atten
tion was a forecast on tho wheat and
oat crop Tor this year in this Immediate
vicinity. Tho writer showed an ex-
cellent knowledge of his subject but
seemed to be very cautious about not
making his estimates too high. He In-
ferred that while ids averages were
conservative npy Unforaeen happening
might como along to lower them. For
instnnce ho placed Hie 1911 oat crop
at 375000 bushels and then apparent-
ly aghast at hs daring tried to
''hedge" his bets so to speak. Apolo-
gies however were unnecessary. I
will go the gentleman ono better and
estlmntc tho oat crop in tho Abilene
country at half a million bushels. 1
know nothing of the acreage but tak-
ing into considering at fche same time
tho present crop conditions I think an
estimate or 375000 is too modest. I
have never seen sUch a fine season.
Everywhere the cyo turns one sees
Indications of flno ciops in 1911. Wheat
will probably make from 175000 bush-
els to 200000. At least thnti Is tho
wny It looks to me."
Mr. Grant la very well qualified to
dlSotiBs wheat an dgattCas ho makes
his bread andbufter aB ho expresses
It; on those'Two commodities.
A IIAHD STRUGGLE
.Many An Alilleno Citizen Finds
With a back constantly aching.
With distressing urinary disorders
Dally exlstencfe is but a struggle.
No need ll kepp It up
Doan's Kliney Pills will cure yon
ed thousand people en -
Here isjfno cafeo:
J. W. ifirdy farmer of Morkel Tex-
s saysjf "For nearly three months
I was iiL&nlsery as the result of an ac -
..v- .v.nuiv Ul ill! UK -
and bladder troii -
st' well as no po-
ute nttak of kidney
i.i. TAy: i.i i .i
uiu. .wuumu noi rest wen as no po
sitton X assumed was comfortable and
thoiigK I tried remedies of various
I did not set relief. The kid-
cretloils were UoSfrenuent in
deal auiit Doans
11 . .
ny procurea a ooxi""
cglnnlpR their use
ed annd my
to their normaliwse of constlpatlo
ved that every one
oan's KIdnev Pilla n
all dealers. Price 50c.
lrn Company Buffalo
le aecntn for tho United
take no other.
name Doan's and
Sure lo he Hig Crop Year
13. L. Brown of tho old Moro neigh-
borhood passed through Ahllcno to-
day op hiff way to Coleman to visit re-
latives. Mr BroWn is confident that
Taylor County is about to go on ro-
I cord with a bumper crop year and
along this line said:
"Everything has broken just right
so far. Rains have come just' at the
right time and one more big ono will
Insure big grain crops. Without an-
other drop of rain fair crops could
be made but this looks like a wet
EFFECT 01 OXE IlOTTLE
Crandjnt Texas:- "ifrter my
spell qf sickness" wr
TealTthis city "I re
nujfiremaineu in ueu i
fbuldu't get up all tb
ough my doctor ca
every dayhellwrtd ro
I Had takiju)iuie A'ltl
when I wpiyg veryw
Cardul help's whH nllSptliJr'ine
fall because conta"ln Inj
not found in irny other medicli
safo reliable gentle-actfng-
the ideal medicine tonlcf for sick wo
men. Try It. v i
M. D. Phllloy left thin morning over
tho TexaB & Pacific for Thurber
where he has secured a position with.
the. Texas & Pacific Coal Company.
rjnis' 331-a will care your headache.
t nil dni'M8 23 and 6i
t. M Hall left this morning
iMiHer on a brief business trip.
THE FIRST STATE BANK & TROST COMPANY
OF ABILENE TEXAS
COMMISSIONER'S CALL OF MARCH 71911
i t i
Loans and Discounts
Furniture and Fixtures
Cash and Exchange
GAIN IN DEPOSITS SINCE LAST STATEMENT (JANUARY 7TH) $28635.52
We operate under the Guaranty System and therefore offer yqu additional safe-
ty "We solicit your account and will give you every facility possiblecommen-
surate with sound banking. C
MORGAN WEAVER Pres. J. O.ISHELTON Vice Pres E. B. BYNUM Cash'r
r rW p rw r rW tk t r r
D U.S. Doimrtment of Agriculture O
& Weather Hurcau. O
Willis L. Moore Chlor. Q
For Abilene and vicinity tonight
farlr warmer; Tuesday fair
For East Texas; tonight Warmer In
tho interior; Tuesday fair.
For West Texas: tonlcht for and
warmer In north portion; Tuesday
Highest 72. (
Abilene Texas March 20 1911.
A 31ediclne That Does Xot Cost Any.
tiling Unless It Cures
The actlvo medicinal ingredients of
j Hexall Orderlies which are odorless
tasteless and colorleE
Is an entirely
new discovery. Com!
ned with other.
forms a perfect bo
'I regulator ln-
l testlnal invigorator
iRexa11 Orderlies aH
aud are "otable foj
ness to tU palate
or any dl
ns for a like
o a habit but
the cause of
' I JP - F
Pn)flc nnd perman
Wo will refund ou
out argument if thly fall to
say they will. Tvjf sizes
Sold only at onw store Mie Rcxall
Store McLemorej Bass Drug Co
A Friend of Hie South .
"I am glad that the people of Texas
gave Theodore Roosevelt such an en-
thusiastic reception" said S. H. Wll-
kins of Cincinnati Ohio who waB a
visitor In Abilene yesterday. Mr. Wll-
kins is a democrat a Harmon demo-
crat but a tremendous admirer of the
"Roosevelt Is a friend or the South'"
he said. "If ho had done nothing else
looking to the development of the
Southern states hjs efforts toward th
early completion of the Panama Can
would have been enough. The Sou
will derlvo the greatest benefit lma
Inablo from the canal"
Forced to Leato Hohic
Every year a large number of poo
sufferers whoso lungs are BOro and
racked with coughs aro urged to go
to another climate. But this is coBtly
and not always sure. There's a bet-
ter way. Let Dr. King's New Discov-
ery cure you at borne "It cured mo
of lung trouble" writes W. R. Nelson
Calamine Ark. "when all elso fall-
and I gained 47 pounds in weight.
Its surely the king of all cough' and
:ly fraJto Jfc FO(
wor ttMapTlar Jpv-'Jm
nraua 4 up
Thousands owe their'0' the Importer for moro thnn a year
lives and health to it It's positively
guaranteed for Coughs CqldB LaGrlp
po Asthma Cough all Tboat and
Lung troubles. 50c and $1.00. Trial
bottle freo at MoLemore-Bass Drug
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hall formoily of
North Twelfth and Mesqulto streets
left over the Texas &. Pacific this
morning for Ellis county near Watfa-
hachle whero they have' purchased a
farm and will locate.
It you want your buggy palnteo
come and see Alferd Miller next door'
west of city blacksmith shop.
Capital Stock 55000.69
Surplus and profits v......... 4949.49
Doposlts .. 93.02C.09
Bills' Payablo NONH
We have now orders out for
and arriving twice a week
New potatoes tomatoes peppers
cauliflower carrots parsley lettuce
radishes onions spinach mustard
celery turnips greens etc.
We handle choice stuff and
promise fair treatment
A. young man makes a
ice in his employment either in manual labor
rr h m
office work unless he
and does it early
Spending money is so easy that unless one lays
away each day or week.a certain sum he will nev-
er get a fund on which to become a business man.
Our Savings Bank will help you. $1.00 down and
more as you can spare it. '
4 percent Paid on Time Deposit
Coffimrcial Natl Bank I
Jr Abilene - Texas I
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ojn j ri '
i WaxMiWe; TexjTFeb 27 1909. j
Ihuiiuw 10 ceruiy m nuvo usca u b ffHWHIlCflPfl K4nTTnS I
RMib vondor rnnflcidnaV- hlarldp'au " w Jfr m
V - . irar rraf1A
Vheumatic troubs. I also buync ir .M ?
TBommended It tir many otherajpno got ulf 9"1 M
'WTCBUUS IIUIUJK. XI BU.VCU V Mie BJpP - ..
mgot rellefjtom the tlrBtMoao.JgiF JT jp
m "K MR VIU I HltnlrVKTILB r jjmn
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Wright Takes Newspaper
W. H. Wright of Buffalo
tercd upon his duties as a
of tbo repertorlal staff of the Morning
News today. Mr. Wright formerly
worked on tho Galveston Tribune nnd
has beon correspondent at the Gap
I s on experienced man.
A Dreadful Sight
to H. J. Barnum of Freevlllo N.Y was
tho fever-sore that had plagued his
life for years in spite of many reme-
dies ho tried. At last ho used Buc.K-
len's Arnica Salve and Tvrote: "it has
entirely healed with scarcely a scar
left" Heals Burns Boils Eczema
Cuts Bruises Swellings Corns am.
Piles like magic. Only 25c at McLemore
Bass Drug Co.
Mrs. L. H. Bradfleld of Fort Worth
Ib In Abilene today.
mistake who expects to
does his best and. a little
t tbejRd district.
aud porter service.Ttmg-
sten electric lights ice water
hot and cold baths and every
other modern convenience. One
fair charge covers all.
and City Pro-
crty : : :
T. H. VINSON
fH Shhkh -i
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Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 167, Ed. 1 Monday, March 20, 1911, newspaper, March 20, 1911; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth333979/m1/3/: accessed September 15, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.