Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 231, Ed. 1 Friday, April 5, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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SWELL DRESS OXFORDS
For Ladies Men and Children
CORRECT MODELS WORTHY OF YOUR CONSIDERATION
LADIES' E1Y OXFORDS.
The Wlchcrt and dardincr Make Cuban and
French heels plain and cap toe vlcl and patent
kid snappy gibson ties; $3. GO value (JjQ Aft
special for )0 UU
$1.50 and $2.00 Oxfords A nine assortment of
vicl kid plain and cap toe they fit and they wear
and are beautiful styles; special at flJO flfl
$1.50 and J)Z UU
$3.50 and $4.00 Oxfords Made by Wlchcrt and
Gardiner of Brooklyn New York French and Cu-
ban heols for fine dress wear new toes flji! flfl
ribbon lace; $3.50 and yT UU
$2.50 LADIES' OXFORDS Made by H. W. Mer-
riam Shoe Co. of Newton New Jersey. Tho new-
est' styles of toes and heels. $3.00 values fln CH
for $1 3U
CANSASS OXFOUDS In white and gray Cuban
heels perfect' fitting beautiful new fl4 "JC
Styles just received at $1.25 to j) I
MISSES' DRESSY OXFOUDS Fine elegant styles
made by H. W. Marrlam Shoe Co. of Nowton N.
J vlcl and patent kid beautiful stylos; (JJO Crt
special at ..'... $. UU
MISSES $2.00 OXFORDS In all sizes of the
Merriam Shoo Co make. Tho best line in the
city no better shoo made new styles at (fF? fin
$1.75 and l $ J UU
MISSES $1.50 OXFOBDS It is the celebrated H.
W. Merriam make of Newton New Jersey. A
great special with us; in all medium (j4 Cfl
sizes at p I (JU
MISSES' $1.00 AND $1.25 OXFOUDS Made In all
the medium sizes Blucher and Bal stylo vici
kid new heels good values at $1.00 AM tC
and p I ZD
INFANTS' WEAR We make a specialty of these
in the soft vici kid new shipment of soft soles in
all styles to arrive next week; special Cft0
prices 25c and uUL
MEN'S SMART OXFORDS M. A. Packard cele-
brated make of Brockton Mnss.Tho most popular
make coming to Toxas for partlclar ' dressers.
Made In patent vlcl and Knngaroo
new swell styles $3.50 and
OUR GREAT $2.50 OXFORD For men Is as good
as anything you will ilnd In the State of TexnB
for $3.00 nn extra special w give our
MEN'S $2.00 OXFORDS We doubt if you can get
as good elsewhero for $2.50 will fit well
and be comfortable In wear for
HOY'S $2.00 nnd $2.50 OXFORDS Coming In vlcl
and patent leather attractive styles sizes Wt
5Va. special values at $2.00
HOY'S $1.50 AND $1.75 OXFORDS Mado In vlcl
kid nml nntent leather elegant stylos for tho
little -i'Uts. sizes 10 to 13 and 1 to 2
at $1 T.O and
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Abilene Dry Goods Company
Abilene Dry Goods Company
AIULENE PUDLIC SCHOOLS
IN CROWDED CONDITION.
A i)encil pusher of The Reporter met
Prof. C. h. McDonald principal of tho
city high schools a few days ago and
after propounding a number of Inter-
rogatories to him secured what he be-
lieves to bo some very lpiportant In-
formation that should be given thought
ful study by the citizenship of Abi-
lene who are earnest advocates of im-
provement and enlargement of ou ed-
"The Central Ward building" said
Prof.McDonald "has 8 rooms and an
average attendance to the room of
about 50 while 3G to 40 is cons'derert
an average capacity. I ha"e charge
of C2 pupils in the 10th and 11th
grades. The same crowded condition
prevail at both north and south ward
'school buildings which has resulted
In all the unders being cut out nnd
some of theovers.
"It is confidently expected that there
will be at least 300 additional enroll-
ment for the coming year as numbers
of people are already movlnj here with
their families to secure tho bonoftt of
our educational advantages and 1 un-
derstand that a very large number
moro aro in prospect far tho com-
ing school year.
"Of course I am not offering any
school board of thQ.lr duties 'n the
premises for I feel sure thai the
school board is going to do their best
I for the school Interests but I think
the people at large should be acquain
ted with tho conditions as they cist
which will no doubt result in some
plans being hit upon that wlil give us
more room as well as additional teach
ers the coming year as it would be
a pity to see the efficiency of tho
school sacrificed by lack of room and
teachers especially when Abilene just
now is attracting so much favorable
attention all ovor this western country
as an educational center."
A certain minister tells of an Irish-
man to whose bedside ho was once
called. The man was very 111 and his
recovery was doubted.
"Have yon forgiven all your enemies
Pat?" the minister asked.
"Sure an 'ol-havei all exclpe Dan
0'Hagan" Pat replied.
"But you must forgive all if you
hopo to reach paradise" the minister
"We'l all right" thin" said Pat" af-
ter reflecting for some tlmo "but if
ol get well ol'll break his head."
A wholesome cream of tartar
baking powder. Makes thelmett
lightest bet flavored bifcuiv
bread cake and pastry.
Royal Baking Pofrder is free
from alum and phosphatic acids
ROY At 8AKIHA MWMft CO.. NCW V9MC
Jinny Abilene Reader Have Heard
It and Profited Thereby.
"Good news travels fast" and the
thousands of bad back sufferers In
Abilene are glad to learn that prompt
relief is within their reach. Many a
lame weak and aching back Is bad no
more thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills.
Our citizens ar telling tho good nows
of their cxporLBnce with tho Old Qaak-
er Remedy. Hero Is an example wortly
Mrs. J. IT. Owens living one mile
southeast pi Ablleno Texas' says:
"My husband gives Doan's Kidney
Pills tho aredlt for a quick cure. For
Boveral ylars he complained that his
back hadglvon out. IIo could not lift
or stoop Iver withput a sudden Intense
pain darling thrdugh hlifl. AjtHBht
his rest was disturbed tfWho too fre
quent notion of thendnoys secreJ
tions. Smco usInjDoan's Kldn
Pills whic ho golfat L. H. BradficW's
drug storoho'llaB been an entfroly
different maaSjid thlnksnpthlng of
getting out and 5ftiB"wgftTiiow which
a fpw rnorfths aj it would have been
Impossible for hlnvHodo."
For 6oJe by all dcalcli). " I'rtetr-BO
cents. Fostor-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo
Nev York sole agents for the United
Remember tho name Doan's and
take no other.
FIRST HVPTIST CHURCH TO
BEGIN REVIVAL SUNDAY.
According to tho agreement at the
recent meeting of tin pastors of Abi-
lene Rev. I.. It Scarborough pastor
of the First Baptist church has secur-
ed assistance nnd made all of the ar-
rangements to begin the levlval at
his church next Sundaj. The evange-
listic work will be In progress at'all of
tho different denominations although
all of the services will not bo In pro-
gress until tho Sunday following.
Rev. .1. M. Dawson will assist Row
Scarborough and the singing will be
under the leadership of Rev. V fl.
Lowls of Dallas. Rev. Lewis assisted
In the recent simultaneous Baptist re-
vivals at Dallas which were so suc-
cessful and has a reputation of being
one of tho best. gospel singers In the
state. According to tho plans of the
pastor services will be conducted at
Simmons college at S:20 in the morn-
ing at 1 0 : :i0 a. ni. and S:00 p. in. at
tho church. The morning sorvlce at
tho church will bo conducted by Rev
Dawson and tho pastor will have
charge of the other services. This
will bo the greatest general revival
cvor conducted In Abilene and much
good Is confidently expected by those
RUNNELS COUNTY MOTHER
SEEKING .MISSINU SON.
HIG LAND SALE MASTER-
SON SELLS 35000 A CUES.
R B. Mnstqrson of this city has sold
part of hlB lG0000-acro ranch In Knox
and King coimtlea to tho Woodhouao
brothers of Kaufman. Tho part of tha
ranch purchased comprises 35000
acres. Terms of tho deal are private
although It Is understood that tho
amount Involved In tho transaction Ih
approximately $150000 or almoHt 3.50
Dellevory of tho property will bo
made in the fail and It will be cut
up by tho new owners Into farm3 and
aold to actual Bottlers. The Mrtster-
Bon y anch' Is considered good farm pro-
perty arid; ft 1b Hkoly that a largo num
ber of settlors will be secured In short
Finished With If.
From the Washington Star.
Having turned th third-term ovor
to Secretary Loeb the president may
be regarded as having got it pretty
well off his mind.
The postmaster at Abilene has ie-
colved a letter fropi Mrs. A. D. Taylor
of Norton In Runnels county asking
for Information regarding a son J. C
Taylor who has been missing for tho
past two weeks. It Is ovldont from tho
letter that tho anxious mother under-
stood that tho young man was In tho
employ of a commercial club and the
letter was turned ovor to tho secretary
of tho 2C000 club So far there baa
been nothing learned of the missing
man but If so tho distressed mother
will bo promptly notified.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that can-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Curo.
F. J. CHKNEY & CO Toledo Ohio.
Wo tho undersigned have known
l .1. Ohenoy for
tblo to cj
last 15 years and
jns and finirfaclallyl
lug Klnnan & Marvif
hoUmle DrugglstHToIodd O
ill's Jftitnrrh Cure- Is takeilnter-
nc (ItivctTv upon tlfo blood
:ous surfaces of the system.
tlmOnlals-'Aont free. Price 70c. pot
tle. I Solil by all druggists.
Llfall's KnmlljrPlllH for const!
Now foNtOreutor Aldfej
ing to have streeL' ci
. .i. n ..'.. J
ami uiuy win uu
Heights. This Will !
guarantee to -every p
llattlo & McKlnncy and
ground Door for lota In
. we aur kk
r a .'
In on the
The Pin Block or Wrest Plank 1
"Crown'Tinno la made of select'
ftlapfc tbc grain of each piece c '
ing (hat of the piece next to '
rieut anelcs. Great care is cxei
in boring holes for the .plns.t r
the most carefully selected 8toc74
varv in texture neccssitatlae b(.-
different sizes to be used tba3'
pins will be held with uniform
ncss and turn with an even prc
of the tuning hammer "
The manufacturers of the 1
(tsc the finest German Steel TV
Pins the strongest and best
The "Crown" Piano la for si
HALL MUSIC COUl'ANX. H
Mrs. N. G. Wudo and Miss Natj
Wade of Nacogdoches ate vlBltlnJ
famllv of B. W. Wade. )l
Don't get left now u you Want a
beautiful lot right on the street car
line and whero you can connect with
tho water and electric light system
at a minimum cost Battle &. McKln-
ney will put the Jots In Park Heights
on sale Monday Ynu want to sco tho
plat of ground anilcomo a-runnlug to1
see them qt oijca
An hon(jt tafllor foiitl at last. The
man at Olrjwd'B willdo all that bo
nromU ajrUu'ilB?'lS UloTnost san
The ltldnoys are essential organs
for keeping tho body free from im-
Surltles. If Uiey should fall to work
cath Would ensue In very short tlmo.
Inflammation or Irritation caused
by norno fetninlno dcrnngeracnt toay
spread to some extent to the Kidneys
nnd nffcoi them The cause can uq
so fur removed by using Lydla. E.
Pinlcham'B Vegetable Compound
that tho trouble will disappear
When n woman is troubled with
pain or weight In loins backache
swelling of tho Jlrobs or feet swell-
lntr under the eves un uneasy tired
fooling in tho region of tho kidneys ;
she snouiu loso no nmo in com
mencing' treatment with
Lvdia E. Pinkhamfetitte CdmrfpW
It miiv be tho menus of savliuiiwr-llfe. RjadVaJUWif nwdlelne i
for Kt A. nearn 680 West 47tU Street New yerk. who 'Write--.TWnMrw.
Plnhham:-"I owti debt of orratltude to Lydla B F
i.mn'n Vptratablo Comnound f or lhas saved my Hfe( I auffered wf
Kldne trouble irreirularltlett nd pfafnl pariods and my oood y
fast turning to-wattr. I used jjburmtdUisa i 'ft wmm tba and ).V.
'mado we stronjf and well' 7 ' ' e ' . 1 . - . .. . .
and herb bums Female Complalat. such as FW Wa4 WUf! j
an1 fiifiiwr inuuikM iiimivrh bdu bidqih xuuwifv bm wij mmm
. V ' m . . a. -? .1T.JA tl ii Ttl iliHl
ti if strew meu aaa toaaa me uiomaou. vorct - vmn.
and IntlgwaUa tha whole ayatem. For derangma tfca JVfuJl
.in... ...rji. m-t.v.- i.Mi.iii iVimnnuMiiiiit. r
vivufr mftjjjKiimf tjmM ftj- - - J" 1
Mrs. Flnklianr invitation i worwn
T"' . . - . i- ait . 1 li.A.
Mrs. Plakham at Lynn
Yfomuk aufteriag from any form of female IllncM are Uvrnd
tynn uau. lor auvico. ivirx.
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Shook, L. B. Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 231, Ed. 1 Friday, April 5, 1907, newspaper, April 5, 1907; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth314994/m1/3/: accessed June 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.