Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 140, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 30, 1910 Page: 2 of 12
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T1IK AB1LENI! DAILY lttrOmM. SWNDAt JANUARY M ift
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Visit The Cuban Cxposi
Representing the Department of Industry & Comm
Now on exhibition in Abilene on le
Open daily until VYedii
JUST HEING MU1&BS
JuBt being friends Js Joy enough
11 folkB nro made of proper sturc;
The tingling clnspln'g of the bunds
TTio Binlle of ono who understands;
Words In duo Honaon or the calm
t)I silence thnt Ib blessed balm.
I pledge until this old world ends
Tho goodly folk who ora good friends!
Wilbuf D. NeBblt
(Hero's to our host that rules the
.And here's to her that rules our host!
Mrs. George? W. P. Coatcs was hos-
tcsfl for tho Round Tablo at Mrs. Bar-
ry's On Monday afternoon.
Mrs. J. M. Radford will bo hostess
for tho CactUB Brldgo Club on Satur-
day Feb. Gth.
Mrs. Robin Jones will entertain the
CTrst Bridge Club on TueBday aftor-
3iDon Feb. 8th.
Tuesday afternoon lent Itself with
unusual business to thO social meeting
of tho Alohas' at the home of Mrs.
Blanton. A study "of German lltern-
iuro was begun with the life and work
ot Schiller. Mrs. Blanton's blpgrnphy
-was well given. Mrs. Mullln's paper
Tovlowing the drama of William Tell
interested every one Mrs. Jones and
Mrs. Davidson sang the grand old Ger-
man Bong "Watch on the Rhine". Mrs.
Jones pleased all music lovers with
ono of her delightful piano solos. Af-
ter this brief program tho club mem-
bers and guests found partners by mat
-in lovers in fiction and indulged in a"
.progressive contest in which all prov-
ed themselves ladies of- letters. In
cutting for tho souvenir of tho con-
teat. Mrs. McWhlrter was tho lucky
one. A salad course with an ico was
served. Besides tho members of tho
club the hostesses enjoyed the pres-
ence of Mesdames Vandenbark Claudo
atnssoll. King E. V. White Will C6x
Sidney Payton Rankin McWhlrter
tand'Miss Etta Wagstaff.
Wrs. Abdon Holt was Hostess for the
iSlrat Bridge on TueBday afternoon.
TJero were three tables and the over
atasclnatlng game of Bridge was en--lerod
Into with spirit. The club enjoy-
waiavine Mrs. Nelson of Denver Colo
aaect with them- Mrs. Holt served
Oovely refreshments consisting of
chlckcn salad. potato chips olives
T.rairpr iJnd sherbet tothe following
Oadlcs; Mesdames. Bradfield Batjer. f
Coates Nelson Hughes Jones .mow-
ornery Minter Stlth Radford Mor-
ris and Miss Sallic Walshe.
JThe Shakespeare club held a social
meeting last Monday at Mrs. McDan-
iels Mesdames Walker and Henry
JamcB. assisting. The first .act of
Twelfth Night was the lesson and
from it quotations were given. Talks
"by Mesdames F. W. James and T. B.
Bobs were enjoyed by tho club after
which the hostesses favored tho club
with music. Refreshments of crabs
worerB pickles and chocolate were
served. Besides tho club members the
following ladles were present. Mes-
dames Martin Morrow Blanton Jno.
T. Hnrdie Gray Smith Willis Parker
On Tuesday afternoon January 18th
Iklre. J. M. Radford gave a beautifully
appointed Bridge luncheon for the
First Bridge club Tho Radford homo
-was tastefully decorated throughout
-with Southern Smllax and carnations.
iQulto a number of games of bridge
wero played and whcii tho score was
counted it was found that Mrs. Brad-
field had high score and was awarded
a beautiful bunch of carnations. Mrs.
Gcorgo Walshe of Brownwood being
the only out of town guest wnB also
presented a bunch or cnrnatlonB. Tho
guests wero then invited into tho din-
ing iooin and hero also Smlla and
cnrnatlons wore effectively used oar-
nations making tho placo cards. Tho
hostcBS served a delicious luncheon
thus winning for herself now laurels
aB a hostess as tho ladies all remark-
ed in leaving "The very prottlest en-
tertainment of tho season."
Thq Wednesday club met at tho Car-
negie library this week for a business
meeting. The annual election resulted
Mrs. Hoppe president.
Mrs. Behrens vice president.
Mrs. Webb secretary.
Mrs. Tandy treasurer.
Tho same to go Into effect In Oc-
tober. Mrs. Fred Vandenbnrk was hostess
at a very pretty party oa Thursday
afternoon when brldgo was again tho
diversion. Eight tables wero arranged
and at the close of tho games favors
of a brass candlestick and growing
f-. worn nwnnled to Mrs. Fred Ba
ker and 'Mrs. Sam Rice. Brick cream
cake and' chocolate wero. served to tiie
iin;ifini iMinstB Mesdames. Lanlus
Savago Tom Sayles Merchant Baker
Mackechney Nye w. & "aunmuu
wniin. Brlllhart. George Minter Pope
Mac Curtis Sam Young. Abnoy Sam
Rice Feidlcr .Henry James ana jjusbbu
Swecker Helen Cocke Allee Dyer
Louise Bowyer Elizabeth Logan Brad
ly Helen Lipscomb GarrM Sayles
Labra Minter Minnie Minter Ayers
Dot Ited Lila May Hill.
Tho Whist Club was entertained
Friday by Mrs. McDanlel with her
sister Mis. McWhlrter as ruest of
honor. The Iioubo wis beautifully
decorated with ferns na'ms pines
and Momonis presenting a very trop-
ical appearance Biidge was favored
for tho nirusement of the guests and
after slv games.refreshments of chick-
en salad potato chips pickle.? man-
goes cako and chocolate were ervod
by the hostess assisted by Miss Catrie
SayleB. Those pfeseu. weie Mes-
dames Ciwfcrall. Batjer Disbv Raperm
MontRiunm Ividford IUI1 Kerr La-
nlus. Vurtdon'ar FaWO Cuttis
James Stlth Lelghty Russell w. u.
Kaufman Mac Curtis Morgan Jones
Mackechney Logan Minter and Mrs.
E. S. Kean.
Miss Sallle Hemphill entertained a
crowd or school girlB on Friday night.
They made fudge and various other
kinds of candy and had a good time
generally. Those spending the night
-m iisa Wemnhlll were; Irene Wood
"Mattle Bell Davis Mary Harris Lora
Wooten Glady Weaver.
To como to tho man
With tho Btaln of a bottld of beer on
his hand (
We soo him when oldor when bolder
bo's grown .
As ho roaches for the bottle that is
To damn the soul of tho man "''
With tho stain of a bottto of beOi on
Wo soo him como homo with oyes all
And hia speech hindered and memory
As is always tho case with the man
With tho Btaln of a bottlo of boor on
Delirious poor disgraced in shamo and
Clothed unsightly hideous' and Worn
No friends even among his kind
Which is tho Buro destiny of tho man
With tho stain or a bottlo of beer on
He dies without love or friends no
Has ho of a God who can savo
His doom Is but hell and a pauper's
Tho certain doom of a man
With the stain of a bottlo of beef on
Soul flying in the present of the right.
And while there ho stands
Who can toll tho fato of tho man
With the stain of a bottlo of beer on
As on the threshhold we see blm stand
And look back over the past
His awful Influence Is scand '
The sdul is led astray by the man
With the stain of a bottle of beer on
his hand l
Search as" we may and try if we can
In scripture roVolatlon or by man
There Beems but one doom for the
With tho stain of a bottle of beer on
Inspiration which is certain doth pro-
claim In words sure beyond countermand
That no drunkard can enter that land
And such is the awful doom of the iuftn
With the stain of a bottle of beer on
his hand '
H. L. RAY
' Christian Minister.
"THIS till ILK. 11UJ1B01.mVI
A Museurruof Cuban Exhibits Investing Entertaining Instructive. Open
10 a. ra. to 10 p. m. Almission lOcXiTVhelprefrav expenses) School das- -ses
(in charge of teachefs) 5c. Some ofTfie'Tublic Schools which have visited
"Cuba on Wheels" duriig school hours with teachers in charge arei Dallas
Austin Sherman Clebuke. Greenville Marshall Temple Corsicana Waxana-
r-hiV Winhita Falls. Haskall. Stamford etc. OPEN TODAY.
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A Car Literally Without Competition
Mrs. E. W. Tumor will entertain
the Central Ward Mother's Club at
her homo corner Osage and Clinton
avenue on Friday afternoon Fob.
fourth from three to five. AH cen-
tral ward mothers invited.
The .Mun Willi n Slain of n Bottle of
Beer in His Hnml.'
We see him when young as he shame-
At tmi. bar tho first tlmo a proud
Littlo does ho think of tho disgrace
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"The Little -Homestead" by W. B.
Patton tells a touching story of human
Interest a story with a moral forcibly
told and beautiful in its pathos. It ap-
peals to the nne' Bensibllltles raises
the emotions of Indignation sorrow
pity and applauds righteousness tri-
umphant. It is a story which makes
ono better fqr the knowing yet a tale
of such dramatic force and virility
that Interest Is heightened by every
word every situation.
Tho quaint Now England setting Is a
fitting ntmosphoro with which to sur-
round tho characters. It Is a homelike
simple real play. There stands the
littlo homestead a countoipart of
which is graven on many a heart and
about it are tho tru characters of cv-
nrvrtnv lifo. who each adds his or her
quota In the unfolding of tho touching
and dramatic picture.
Ono fools at home by that fireside
with tho do'oted young husband and
handsome wlfo; shudders at tho en-
trance of the ylHaln who crosses the
happy threshold and strikes nt Its
sanctity; sorrows at the frollty of tho
wlfo who In a moment of bund Infat-
uation succumbs to tho wiles of tho
destroyer; weeps with tho disconso-
late husband and finds hope In tho
little ill-Bhapen cripple to whom tho
wife has boon kind and who knows
that his deformed being was created
for a purpose. Pathos pervades whon
tho doors of tho hosestend aro closed
upon tho wiro and tho homo destroyed.
Tho Borrow and Buffering which fol-
low tho unhappy woman to squalid
apartments and to drunken abiiso
from tho man with whom sho haB cast
'hor lot Is relieved by tho appear
and of tho husband who hopqs to
again lead hor back to paths of rlgbt.
Tho threats of death by tho brutal par
amour hava no torror for tho wrpngeu
husband. Tho little cripplo again seeB
nmi knows. It Ib his hand that rldB
tho homestead of Us destroyer. .
en out of tho blinding Now Eng
land blizzard comes tho remorsoful
wife to tho littlo homestead to dlo.
Tho ruddy ldazo of tho fireside lights
upon hor fnco made sweet through
suffering Sho honrB her husband call
her wlfo hoars his forgiveness ana
in her littlo homestead passea to tob
Wlh Us realistic Bottlngs and cap-
ntiin intnmrMiitlnii liv an unusually
talented company tho story of "The
Littlo Homostead" goes Btralght to the j
hoart. Tills will bo tne attraction at
tho Lyceum theutro on 'Wednesday
William Macauley thq utar will ap-
It does not seem
possible in this age
of fine cars and
keen rivalry that
any car could be
And yet that is precisely what would be
revealed if a census of Cadillac owner-
ship cqujd be taken.
Interview any Cadillac owner anywhere
and you will 'find him utterly unwilling
- to consider any other car.
There are something like ten thousand Cadilhc
"Thirty"' owners in the country and when one
of them fells you that no consideration could'
tempt him to change he is merely voicing the
mental attitude of the entire ten thousand.
We dare say that no car in the world can point to
as many owners so unanimously loyal.
And the dealers organization furnishes an impres-
sive verification of this unique condition
The chief concern of your Cadillac dealer is to se-
cure sufficient cars to satisfy t he local demand
Suggest competition. l
to him and he will
say "I have-no-competition."
And you can ac-
cept this condition
of his business as
aninfallible index to the situation all
In view of these facts it surely behooves-
every thoughtful buyer to inquire inta
the extraordinary circumstances which.
have so firmly intrenched the Cadillac
in public approval.
A little investigation will reward you with
the discovery that no plant in the world
is so well equipped to produce a car mat win
render undeviating service to its owner for an
indefinite period as is the Cadillac plant. .
This splendid equipment you will find manifests-
itself in a1degrde of sc;entificraccur-'cy and stan-
dardization which has never been approached in.
the history of the industry.
Four Cylinder 30 Horse-power
Thrco Speed Sliding Gear Trans-
mission ......' '
Furnished as Tqurlng Car Doml-
Tonneau or Gentleman's Roadster
F. O. B. Abilene Including tho fojowlng equipment:
Magneto Four unit coll with dry cells ono pair gas
lamps and genorator ono pair aldo oil lamps ono tall
lamp horn set of tools pump and tiro repair out-
fit robe rails and tiro Irons Mohair top with dust
hood wjnd shield and speedmoter.
SPAULDING BROS. Abilene Texas
pear In tho leading part and ho Is well
romembored hero for his excellent act-
ing in "Tho Minister's Son" and
"When Wo Wero FrlondB" and It Is
with genuine pleasure that ono can
look fprward to a roturA visit of this
clover young uctor A packed houso
should wetcomo both Btnr ami piay.
Mr. Macauley has had this uoauuiui
nlay rewritten and an entire now mini
act being Introduced.
Tlokettf at Compton's Drug btoro.
J. C. Russnu. Trcs.
IJRUCK E. OmVku Vice-Prcs.
W II Lacy Cashier
U. E. GaUKN Asst-Cashler
Phono B. Cannon "Tho Sign Man"
if ypu want anything in the decorat-
Itlil'UULICAX ilBNOUNCKS GOVER-
NOR HASKELL IN LEGISLATURE
Sp?clal to Tho Reporter.
OUTURIB Okla. Jan. 30. Ropro-
aentatlvo Maris of tbo Republicans fil-
ed an affidavit in tho legislature hero
tpday charging governor Haakoll with
mismanagement' of tbo public funds
under his control either wholly or in
part Several other Btate officers were
also accused by Marts
THE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
Of Abilene Texas
CAPITAL $75000 SURPLUS $4500
nv Mnil" patrons find our postal banking system absolutely safe and remar-
b.i?ialniJe method. We acknowledge receipt of deposits by return mail;
send monthly statements of accounts to each patron. Yonr money deserves
this safe and Souud service
We Pay 4 Per Cent Interest on Savings and Time Deposits
' W. H. LACY Cashier
DIRECTORS C. A. LanluB J. W. .RusBell J. 0. Kimmol Bruco B. Oliver'
J N. Porter J. O Russell C. O. Davis
I represent tho Schotch Woolen
Milja. Any suit shown for $18.Q0
Mado in any style
' F. L. O'BRIEN
Is Chipped Glass Healthy!
Then throw away your granite ware
and haye on outfit of Wearevpr Alum
inum cooking utensils.
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