Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 234, Ed. 1 Friday, March 31, 1905 Page: 4 of 4
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AVegclabki Prcparallonfor As-
UnglheStoaaclis oMBowels oT
ness and RestConlalni neither
dx H&bjd otic.
Aperfecl Remedy fo r Consfipaj
uoni sour 3iouiacnjJiaixnoca
neas and Loss OF SLEEP.
facsimile Signature of
NEW YORK. -
"We want your grocery business.
FRESH and HIGH GRADE. . . .
Prompt and Courteous treatment will sureljr win with a
ohoioe stock to seleot from. If you will try us once you will
I . JL. lVKLUi V
It is ordered by the City Coun-
oil of the City of Abilene Texas
that the annual election for said
city be'held on Tuesday the 4th
day of April 1905 and between
the hours of 8 o'olook a. m. and
6 o'olook p. m. of said day for
the purpose of electing the fol-
lowing officers to-wit:
A City Attorney.
A City' Engineer and one Al-
derman for each of the four
wards. That said election shall
be held' in each ward of said oity
fct the following plaoes respec-
tively: In Ward No. 1 at the court
In "Ward No. 2 at Taylor's
In Ward No. 3 at Lapowski
In Ward No. 4 at the Fire Sta
The following persons shall be
' presiding officers of said eleotion
in their respective wards :
In Ward No. 1 P. J. Shaok-
elford. In Ward No 2. C. P. Warren.
In Ward No. 8 J. A. Lawler.
In Ward No 4 C. W. Roberts.
Said presiding offioors shall
appoint judges and olorks' to as-
sist in holding said eleotion and
shall proceed to hold same at the
time and places designated in
HQoordanoe with the laws gov-
erning eleotions and shall make
returns thereof to the City Coun-
oil as required by the laws and
ordinances of said oity.
R. W. Ellis Mayor
I ! I
Washington Jan. 18 1905.
Notice is hereby given to all persona
who may have claims against "The
American National Bank of Abilono"
Texas that the same must be presonted
to Richard L. Van Zandtj Receiver! with
the legal proof thorcof within three
months from this date or thoy may bo
disallowed Wm B. Ridqeuy
Comptroller of tho Currency
We a e still in
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For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have
Bears the . t
TUB BSWYMUI WBrMTi nw iubr vi 1
IJUV Sooth 2nd. St.
G. L. Christian
We have engaged in the Float"
and Transfer Business and have-
put on a number of First-Class
Teams. Wd solicit any and all.
kinds of hauling promising care-
ful attontipn to same and LOW
PRICES Kindly glvo us a trial'
Jennings & Christian.'
For Dial 4 Fisher bakery if
you want Good Fresh Bread
Cakes and Candies One
trial and you will call again.
They 'knead the dough you
need the bread.
DIAL & FISHER
232 Pine St. Both PhoneB
Gordon & Groene
Over Harnden's Book Store.
Drs. McPherson tic Boston
Eye Ear Nose and Throat
(Office 'over Clark's Jewelry Store
aro full of S
the Gtoczty Business
Latgest ptock of Gtoceties
in ft Iiqva Airaw It twi 1ama Wil ura urlll
order with care and dellyvr them promptly.
nw MH1V UU0 yM MWWV nu n fsrw
- INGLrifc COMPANY. I
Died hi Caps.
Thursday night J. W. Robort-
son died at his homo throe miles
south of Caps tho L. M. filako-
Ho was attaoked whilo plowing
on Wodnosday morning with an
awful pain whioh was thought
to bdbiliouB oolio but when Dr.
L. W. Hollis saw him on Thurs-
day morning ho at onoo diag-
nosed the oase as perforated ap-
pondioitis and informed the fam-
ily and patient that without an
immediato opperation death was
certain. But itwas not the de-
sire of the patient to have it per-
formed on that day and death
followed the same night.
'Mr. Robertson moved to tho
Blnkemore farm about the first of
December from Cornhill Wil-
liamson oounty having bought
the farm he lived on at tho time
of his death. i
I Ho was a brother 'of Mr. Rob-
ertson who mover! to that neigh-
borhood a year earlier a good
man a worthy oitizen and leaves
a widow ahd several 'Ohildren to
whom we tender sincere sym-
C. F. Trantham and C. H.
Creighton came in for tho cas-
The oharred Temains of the
late Roberts residence on Mul-
berry street is a standing "monu-
ment to the efficiency of Chief
Clinton and his fire boys. They
deserve and no doubt wil have
the hearty moral and financial
support of the entire populace.
W. L. Swinney.
Mr. Siwnney remarked to the
editor that he has seen many
fires but never saw better work
done by a paid fire oompany nor
as goOd in many instances if
The clay being put upon ' top
of the broken stone on our street
orossings is a mighty' nice thing
serving the double purpose of
smoothing the walk and of pre-
venting vehioles from oarrying
the stone away.
Car load of fine Jersey milch.
0W8 fresh at "Jinks MoGee's
cable. ' A. F. MoDonald.
Taken up March 27th 1 brown
Jersey milch cow with -white
spots about 3 years old. No
marks or brands. See pound
man. Ben L. Peeyey.
Maroh 30 1905.
A oar of new Columbus bug-
gies just reoeived among them
all the new styles. If you don't
know what the Columbus is
come and let me toll youand re-
fer you to those who have tried
it and know. R. G. Hall.
Just Received : A full assort-
ment of "Lowney's" Candies.
Come and see them
Mrs. R. O. Looke
I III! I I I.I.I
J. W. Webb of Moro sold three
bales of cotton today one at 7
cents and two at $25 per bale the
latter two having been soorohed
by fire. Hunters set six bales on
fire in Iub stock yard and he par-
tially saved them by hitohing a
team to them and dragging them
to his water tank. After turning
them over andjover and leaving
them in water 24 hoursMr.
Webb rolled thorn out but two
soon showed up fire after that
"I sold ray last lot of cotton at
Ballinber but the urioe was less
than I could have got at Abilene
and 1 oajne near driving to Abi-
lene with it. if am muoh better
satisfied with the prices I get
Mr Webb remarked.
on Ilea rorkot
- fc I ' fifl PER
To The PtiWic;
I wiBh to say to the public that
I have bought property and lo-
tice of Op
tnaim o i o
Broth e r s
llawamM Mrfufv. Jii fK dl. Ikrt MTff
.fwmv. .wj -
r IliUo "j0"
T;cuMMT.ikrkT'a-"i-;1 and fitting
m not' prac-'
I n iAcm.'ntjpmnm !
Neurology which also removes
the oause of 85 per cent of hu-
Those suffering from Head-
ache Nervousness Neural-
gia Indigestion Constipation
Drousiness and Sleeplessness I
wish them to call and consult me.
Cross eyes straightened every
time 'without knife medicine
prisms j! or pain. The oause of
St. Vitis Danco removed and' a
large per cent of Epilepsy
No medicine no surgery no
mystery but all based on iried ;
and proved knowledge of ana-
tomical and physiological laws of
the relation the eyes have to hu-
We meanining myself and
Nature prescribe from a posi-
tive analysis of eaoh oase mean-
ing absolute proof taking things
as we find them not as we imag-
ine they ought to be. l We 'with
Opthalmology. and Neurology
measure the nervous system and
the conditions as aocurate as the
doctor oan the temperature of
your blood with a thermometer.
Rememeber your body is mo-
tionless until nerve foroes 'acts
and we by stopping the unatu-
ral (consumption of nerve foroe
that ruins .both mind and body
and with the application of our
dietetics as a tnerapentios and
of physical oulture improve both
nerve and musole take off or put
on (flesh and remove the oause of
that discouraged nervous and
irritable feeling that you cannot
account for. And depend on
one thing we do not do ifby op-
tioian or oculist guesswork. We
know why how and its effects.
No lam-stamen fitting of glasses
or any other kind of prnotioegoes
with us. Good work does not
oonsist merely in good vision
but in understanding symptoms
and developing same when they
are latent. Eyestrain is not di-
sease or sickness but onuses
both and a world of wrong do-
ing Good authorities olaim that it
has been the oause of more crim-
inals murders insanity and di-
vorce suits than any ono thing in
The effect of nerve strain oaus
ed mostly by eyes reaches from
mere forgetfulness to insanity;
from headaohes to epilepsy;
from indigestion to dyspepsia and
its attending horrors; and from
slight female troubles to ovarian
Toaoquaint the people with
Ophthalmology and Neurology
I will for a while call and con
sult free of ohargo. Office over
Bass Bros. Wholesale Drug
With two diplomas from best
oolleges in this country or Eu
rope. Office hours any time.
Phono No. 1038
DR. E SANFORD
Clwut shavM smooth kair ouUr
Raora kM and mwm Mean
SHlh Hrtt Stmt.
ifikctes Tf j Aticiti;
Land in Jones county.
the Bftutos for sale.
ACREf oash balance 1 2 3 4 and 8 years at 8' per cent." '
Prioes roasonablo. Titlo porfdot. See
This Means To u!
Remember people we lead in
h Ant4 T AlAntr mrimm (iwa C. f . Am .!.....
- wu " luwy y4li
dHUliS oi all kinds
Lowest Prices on :
That have ever
Q-I-VIE US J OJLXXj.
ABILENE SHOE M
Ut" UUK t
STORE STOCK SYSTEM AND PRICES
Will convince yoa . e
That We Have the Most of the Best For
. the Least Money. :
House Cleaning Tim
Is Almost Here!
A new set of Furniture Sideboard or
some one of our Handsome pieces of Mod-
ern Furniture will add to the "appearance
and comfort of your home. x
The Price Will Please You.
A cordial welcome to-visit our
store ar(d examine our large as-
sortment. P. H. HAMMOCK
New and Second-Hand Farnitore. : : Soath Side.
HAYDEN GROCERY COMPANY
IZT1 STAPLE and FANCY TZH
IT. IS A WELL KNOWN FACT we handle tho moat conn
plote stock of Funoy Groceries in Abilene. Wo keop on
hand constantly many HneB of goods that othor do not touoh.
All goods bearing tho name "PatAvia" are guarantood to be of tho flwt ojuUHy.
Just received a car load of-"
PEAS ROLY POLY CHERRIES COFFEE TOMATOES
SLICED PEACHES CORN PLUM PUDDING CRACKED WHSAT
RASPBERRIES MAPLE SYRUP LIMA BEANS JELLY
PINE APPLE CRAB APPLE CLAM OHQWDER BAKED BEAKS
TOMATO CATSUP SPINACH ASPARAGUS TIPS
PRESERVES PUMPKIN ASPABAGU8
Those goods satisfy tho appetites of the most fastidious and cm only bepurebJUd
at the Hayden Grocery Coapwty
SubMrll (or th Daily
S0LD m"ravm A0R1BSi
UttVt UKCUvUCAUMieiS "1U
and ate now making the
been offered ta the publf c.
South Side R. R.
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Shook, L. B. Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 234, Ed. 1 Friday, March 31, 1905, newspaper, March 31, 1905; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth334927/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.