Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 137, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 8, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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AUSTIN Fob. 7Tho following
proceedings wero had In the Supremo
Judgment court of civil appeals nf-
flrmedyfilAplnp Tram Company vs. I from Shelby.
lujuiAKuu . .vim ouiim Jiauway jo.
from Jotfors6n county. '
Affirmed. M I Eppslcln vs. tho
Stato of Texas from Travis; h. Hamp-
shire Ys. W. B. Grooves ot til from
Cortiflcd questions answered. F. Y.
Keator vs. John A. Whit'taker ct al.
Application grantod. Qulf Texas
& YJtpatorn JlalhW Company ys. Earl
Luni ot al. from Jack.
Appljcatlons refused. Bon C. Jones'
& Co'riipany vs. Gammql-Stntosman
Publishing Company ot ai from Tra-
vis; Toxas and Pacific Railway Com
pany vs. M F. Boyd from Palo. Pin-
to i John D. Long vb. Thompson &
Tucker Lumber Company from Trini
ty; J. T. Yealoclo ot al vs. Emalino ! Qreen
Ycalock ct al from Colltaj San. Anto-
nio Traction Company vs. Elmer E.
Young et al from1 Bexar; A. H. Glass-
cock vs. J. J. Dimmltt from "William-
son; Valley Mills Cotton Oil Company
Vs. Sidney Brown et al.
Dismissed for want ot jurisdiction.
A B- Frank Company vs. "William
H. Ash from Bexar; Anna Lucas et
al vs. "W. H. Lucas from Anderson;
E. E.' Olds vs. J. T. Robinson commis-
sioner (petition for mandamus); San
Antonio Gas and Electric jCompany
vs. S. Ocon et al from Bexar; G. H. &
S. A. Railway Company vs. Wood Ha
genbarth Company; from Ei Paso.
Davis from Ellis; Robert Huntley
alias Frank Hpllo'way cfoL from Le-
on; Emma Hltcliiags from Potter.
Appealed Hsmlssed. CalVin Ilughca
years yet wo aro glad to cast our lot
with tho good people of Sweetwator
who havo already shown us much
hospitality and friendliness. Our stay
In'Abllfctio has boon a Joydus ono and
wo confidently- bcllovo dtir stay In our
how home Will bo equally as enjoya-
ble. We wish an abundant sharo of
prospority and rich blessings for Abl-
lono for thoro will always bo a warm
Motion 'for cortorarl granted "MaUlninnn n. i..i.. - i. .j -
thow Tiickor froth Travis Henry I and wotcomo in our hnmn for nnv nmt
Kolly 'from DoWiit motion to witn
drdw rOcord .granted: Uriah Fostor
Submitted on motion iqr rehearing
Cnrl HarriB from Wise; John Kni
ght from Sari AugUBtwid; Andy Craw
ford from Wise; J. 0. Quill from. Pa-. Bailor
all of our friends in Abilene
MR. ANR MRS A. H HERRING.
First In. Orlnpe? Then nroacliltfs.
nola; J. M. Farrls from Ellis; Aus-
tin Tyler from Harris; Robert San-
ford from RaincB.
Cases sot for February 28. 0. F.
Gould (five caseB) from Dallas; "Mike
Meyer from Smith t IK M. Buckley
from Dallas; George Milam from
Dallas; Phillip ElllaB from Johnson;
Hamp BrowBter from Smith; A. A.
Ashmoro from Eastland; Emmott
from Robortson; Norman
George from Hood; Jerry Sholtoh
(2 cases) from Hood; Jim Ellis from
Scurry; I. S. Sullivan from Delta;
Joo Walko.r. from Delta.
it until s
thowiRso with Mrs JMr. S.
McCry. Ky. "Mrjffil
snrlth a severeRtacM
yhKh run jjftrr brow
ughd ob Womb she bad
ni and coiffd sot Jvlcc
1 f(rst bfttlo ofMS
CompouiyKgavo hor so
McLomore-Bnss Drug Co.
IV. 0. W. MEETING TONIGHX
Local Cilmp Woodmen of World Have
ainnr Installations Billed For
Tonight nt Their Hall
Criminal Appeals Court
AUSTIN Feb 7. The following
proceedings were had in the court of
criminal appeals today;
Affirmed. Frank Kinney from Har-
rison; Henry Williams alias Ed Jones
from Jpf fferson ; T. S. Treauway'; from
Shelby; Bud Gray from Van Zaridt;
Reason Burns from Walker; 01ve
Moore from Hunt. '
Revised and remanded.. Tip -Bads
from Collin; Will Grant from Collin;
Bill Mayhew from Eastland; 'Charley
The Sound Sleep oO0LHcalth.
Is not for thosMlfijfforlng irom kid
ney ailments oifd irregularitMs. Thof
prompt ubo crFoley Kldngr Phis will
dispel bacURhe nndrnrfTmatlfm heal
and strogfihon sorireak ajfd ailing
kldnesnstore' Jpormal .action and
with illf alth jpBd strenjth. Mrs.
M. F. Iipisbury StorllnTlIl. Baysi
"I suffaled great pajln my back
and kldnBTcoud ioT Bleep at nlghtj
and coulVnotrpilBe my hands over
my head.Tfcrwo bottles of Foley
Kidney Pills caured me." McLe-1
more-Bass Dirug Co.
Abilene' Camp No. 13G W. O. W.
will meet in regular session tonight
In their 'hall on' Sputh Secbnd street
and quite a number of Installations
pdrhaps as many as thirty-five are
on tho schedule".
. Over forty were initiated last meet-
ing night and a great time was had.
and mombers are looking forward to
another such occasion for torilght.
All members are requested by Clerk
Sam Reed to be' on hand.
iW there Is every human probability
that imlcBs something occurs to com-
pel aoreago reduction such as a late
and rafiiy spring the aggregato area
seeded In cotton wl.il be" very nearly
an Urge as last season.
It is likely Enough that the Atlantic
Coast States will -mako some rcdUc
tion in the cotton area in order to
lncrcaso tho production of other
crdps but in sqnio of thp Central
States such as Louisiana and1 Missis-
sippi there will probably be somo In-
crease in acreage .owing to tho fact
tho rather severe wlntor has di
minished tho activity of thp boll wee-
vils through the general killing of all
nBect life thdroby holding- out a hot-'
tor prospect for making a good orpp
than has existed Tor some fears past.
In tho States of Oklahoma and
Texas there will b probably as r.
crease In acreage ltwiag1 to the mw
laW being constantly put In cotton
aad lb the fact that these Western
States have had a. better wlntor rala
fall than has boon known In many
years This rainfall lifts put a sea-
son In the ground as It is called and
stored tip a better reserve of tuoti
turo in tho soil to Unable tho crdp to
successfully resist tho effects of
drouths during tho hot months.
With anything like good" weather?
.active work In tho fields. will bo In
progress all over thb cotton bolt from
now on. Tho ground Is" Jri f idq 'condi-
tion as a result of' the winter rains
ad If plowing can How be earrfe mm
ftoifaiy htnmn WiU b M l mtim
an citirly Wf t. Aftdr no wet a )
ter It is reasonable to expect a Imn
orablo spring but until the hm
been seeded and has rad m -
ger of lato freenes U Is latjuuBOili im
make any calculations as to WhUta-
reagc will actually be plit uwiW enV
tiyation. Even nftor a goodsiartv
considerable acreage has bad Id n
abandoned owlrig to either excoasira
drouth which has prevented gerat-
natlon of the seed or to a niiprrnhim
"piijjo ui iuiu fYiuuil HUB UDUUCU BMI
a rank grdwth of weeds and graalW
to smother the young cotton piMi
and miiKo it lmpbsslbto to clean' 'tlwi
fields. NoW Orleans picayune. "
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Mrs. Sam Savage -went to Winters
Thursday morning to visit her' sis
Health is the foundajloh of all good
looks. The wise JwEan realises this
and takes precautions to preserve her
health andarfength through the pe
riod of cJHThearing. She' remains a
prettymotber by avoldlrlg as far as
possible tha suffering and dangers of
suchoccaions. ThJc every woman
may do nroughjUkp of' Mother's
FriendWremy"aj?h been so long
Jn useXanaopiirsfed so much
good buw isp0 seise an experf-
mentdljMMatiotf which always
prodACes VplBt results. It is for
Bxtwnal ajJRlcJHQn.asa.flo penetrating'
lats natpoaCto tbJrougbly lubricate
eyyjjIBscWnewe1 ind' tenddn'ih-
vw(ifduriicUhperlod 'be'fpre baby
Com- Itflldlnature1 by expanding
thoAkin MfUgtmieB r olieves; tender-
neM'andscmnesLand perfectly pre
Pf-jes thjjystonf fr natural-and' safe
otherWbd.' Mbthbra FjrleridhaVbeen
u&tfMSd endorsed by thousands of
mothertl.and Its use will prove a com-
ion ana Denent
to any woman in
need of such a
Prlfinrl la snlil of
w H wu lr - - MM
drug stores. Wrlto for free book'for
expectant "toothers which contains
much --valuable. Information
e ana eiren
St rid of the
.'disease nay result.
use of Foley
Kidney Pills cured
Bass Drug. Co.
idln and sore-
by the timely
Pills. Tonic in
and Mrs. A. H. Herring
BRADF1ELD EEGDLATOR CO. AtlwU" G.
recently moved to Sweetwater 's-jad
their Abilene' friends a few word i ox.
greeting from their new home.. Hun-
dreds of Abilene friendB will greuiiv
miss these good people but ati Join
in wishing .them great prosperity jn
their new home. .Abilene ha3 lost a
fine family and Sweetwater ha.3 beVm
benefitted. They write as ioIIows
. There has now come a time in our
lives when we must sever bur rela-
tions with our friends In Abilene and
take up our' abode in another " town!
Our residence in Abilene' has b'ecd
very pleasant Indeed and; our friends
have been Very kind' and' good to us
and very dear have they become to
our hearts. In parting our hearts
turn back; toHhe tlmo of our Intensb
sorrow when our little boy was tak-
en froBi our home and the remem-
brance of the sympathy expressed
and tho comfort and cheer brought
to our hearts by so many friends there
draws them nearer Uo us and makes
our parting the Badder.
It is -with a pang of regret of.
Icourse that we leave the place that
has boetiw home'" to us for so many
Resolutions of Rcspcfct.
To the Noble Grand bfffcers and
brothers of' Abilene Lodge ro'. 274 1.
p. p: f;
Whereas it has pleased Almighty
God in his divine wisdom to take from
this earth our brpther "Eugentf Blau-
ton " '.
Therofofe be It resolved that this
Lodge' with deep Borrow chronicle the
death of our worthy brother.
Resolved"" that wo deeply sympa
thize with his young wife and bur1
brothers family in this their hour of
said bereavement that .we tender
them our solace and fraternal feel
irigs to be. mingled with their tears
on their alter of sorrow. r ' '
Be it further Resolve that a copy
of these resolutions be spread upon
the minutes of this lodge and a copy
be furniBhed the family of our brother
and a' cbpybe. furnished the ne'wspa-
ier 101- iiuuucanoai. ytf .
T. A. BLEDSOE
' J. W: ANDERSON
s W. A. DANIEL
IsjiS this a
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Calumet Everything and more that you
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Calumet Ttaking Powder is Guaranteed under?
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Qucag; 1907 tkrby recognizing iU supreme kwerillk
Second Street Opened
Womack and Barnett announce that I
street' paving this afternoon "at-two1
for public travel in the" morning early;
It is a most excellent thoroughfare
and it is much to be desired that more
of this paving be Ibne" on. the streets
of the city. "
Persian Polish for house furniture
pianos etc. guaranteed to be the best
and to give perfect satisfaction. De-
livered at your residence for GOc per
bottle. - Phone Metropolitan Hotel.
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BAHB0AO TIME TABLK
Ablleue & Southern
No. ;20 Arrives. . .... ... . .
!Nd 16 Arrives. ..;...
I ma iPm w jMrs
IN STOCK BY
" v .ABILENE TIEXAS.
iNo. 19 Leaves
.6:00 p. m.
.9:05 a. m.
16 Arrives 4.00 p. m
Leaves 4.15 p. m.
.... .815 a. Bl.
ABILENE & NORTHERN
No. 2 leaves .... .V .6.15 a m
No. 6 beavee .6.35 p. m
No. 5 Arrives ..v...8:10 a. m.
No. 1 Arrives t.T. . 9.40 p. m
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TEXAS ft FACIEIO .
Train No. 3 leaVel at 4:07 p. m.
Train No. 6 leaves at 8:45 a. u.
Train No. 7 leaves at ?:89 p. m.
Train No 4 loayes at 12:17 p. m.
Train No. 6 leaves at 12; 57 a. m.
Train. No 8 leaves at 9; 43 a m.
The Cotton Acreage Problem
As tho time approaches to make
preparations for tho next cotton crop
considerable intprogt enters in the ac-
reage problem.. A little while 1aok
when the prlco of tho staple hovered
around the 9-cent mark there wag a
great huo and cry In favor of a re-
duction of the area devoted to cot-
ton pf fully 25 per cent.' Much less
la heard of acreage reduction now
that the prlpe has advanced practical-
ly a cent a pound from the lowest
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Would esQmt Lama fa
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brffl xfBiar kwtf
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But Three Days a Week
But it Would N(qj Buy
f i fonn r. j
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A merchant who tMks only of "tM
cost" of advertising of ten jpei:suades him-
self that by advertising 6rily half as
as much usjDfal he is saving one hal J of
the expense of advertising
The same logic would lead him to
. ' T V ' .. Jl-L. arMiMn-JL..SB.-1V.'-.W
his store qpen' but half the imeWult'tt
rnffinrv W-mrnniv eHriiixnaa. U 1ZAU: -Mf
yvcubAAA2S iJ4i6 vjjoop in aau$ auu
The plan of adequate advertising;
service (for your ads (to Jnder amost :Z:i
yaluabte service to your patrons) is as es- ilisi
seimai 10 store siccess as une pian 01 Keep-
ing the store open every Chopping day!
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Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 137, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 8, 1912, newspaper, February 8, 1912; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth334194/m1/3/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.