Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 140, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 30, 1910 Page: 3 of 12
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AMIKtfE DAILY RKl'OKTKK 8DNDAY JANUARY 80 1810.
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We Have Now On Display
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. imn mini am m .mil j tn vi i wit
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are seldom equaled for beauty of design and excellence of work-
manship. We. want you tobecome acquainted with the excellence of Duchess Goods.. Your money will buy
you satisfaction if invested in these Undermuslins. Make your selections now and participate in this grea t
money-saving opportunity. You'll pay more later for Underwear not half so good.
1$ Owing to the great advance in the price of all Cotton Goods and the increased tariff on Laces and
Embroideries a purchase now will save you considerable money. We were fortunate in placing our
'orders with theDuchess follcswho had made heavy purchases prior to the advance on raw materials)
and so can offer these garments on the basis of the very lowest quotations that have prevailed in the
last twelve months. We cannot replace these goods again for anything like these prices. Our policy
is to give our customers the great advantage of our foresight and of the privileges extended us by
the makers of the Duchess line. - '
ATTRACTIVE SPECIALS FOR MONDA YUAN. 31
The. Last-Day iof Our January Red Tag Sale Many Useful Articles Not Listed Below Now
Attractively Priced for Rapid' Selling ail Over the Store
Guaranteed Kid Gloves 89c
A beautiful pearl clasp glove with the Tryphosa finish which does
away with rlpa and tears. In w.hlte tan 'brown; navy
wine green gray. A $1.25 value special
15c Women's Hose 7 1-2c
This exceptional 15c value as a Monday special will be on sale
at just half price but we must limit the quality sold to each customer
Lace Trimmed Corset
Neatly made of good grade of muslin. As a Monday special'
not more. than. two to a; customer each ...
Children's Ribbed Fleece
Hose 8 1'3c
Children's Ribbed Fleeced Hose a very
special red tag value
12 and 14c Kimbna YeiqUrs
and Flannelette lie
In medium and Ijeavy weight well assorted and very pretty deslgnB
and .colorings. .
Outing Flannel 3c
In good assortment Df light and dark fancies.
Ladies' Hand Bags
About 25 bags In new and well assorted styles $1.26 nnd
$1.50 values for Monday only
Ladies's Elastic Beits
These belts havo pretty crimeo buckles. Uluck and
colors for Monday ' . ...
1HL1 GOT THERE AGAIN S
BANGOR Me. It has been Bald and
With a certain degree of truth that
ox-Prestdent IlooBbvelt'B friends havo
fared fejlmly n view of the purported
friendship betweon Mr. Roosevelt nnd
tho present Incumbent In the Presi-
dential seat William H. Tnft in op-
portunities undor tho now administra-
tion. Among n few other of his as-
tonlBhlPK acts Air Taft hasSloposed
many of tho Rough Rider favorites(
who rolgned as government pets un-
ler the regime of tho 'bit? stick
Thero Is one lonely appointment
however that the present chief exec
utive haB seen fit to make effcctlvo
for still another leln. It is that of
"BlU'i Sewoll bugbear to all law-
breakers In a whiskey lino William
H( Sowell is his right name and ho
holds tho position of collector of cus-
toms of tho district of Aroostook Me.
which generally contains enough ox-
cltoinent for n full pledged healthy
good sized man.
Dill howuvor would much rather
bo chasing .elephants und lions In the
wilds of Africa than to be gum-shooing
after illegal liquor Hellers on the nor--dor
lino between Maine and Now
So far ns Bill can find out and his
t TOM E. WOOD
Successor to Spauldhig Bros.
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Competent Workmen Prompt attention to all kinds
u;E work. Can ao your work on short notice. The best
equipped Machine Shop in West Texas for any kind of
Auto repairing. Your business solicited
knowledge of these wet goodB em-
poriums is pretty thorough thero aro
at present Just seventeen border line
"stores" and In evory ono of tlicm
liquor is handed out for the price.
Occasionally tho authorities of Maine
nnd tho Canadian provlnco get to-
gether nnd make simultaneous rains
but with cessation of activity along
theBD lines tho boozo Joints spring up
again Just like bad weeda. Many ato-
rles nrO told of theso JoIntSi Piciucb
nre said to bo hold on tho Mnlno.Cn-
nndlnn border for no other reason than
the gentlemen desire an oportunlty of
filling .up on firewater und doing
things to each other for the enter-
tainment of tho ladles
No law has yet boon devised on
either eldo Of tho border that has boen
capablo of putting these rum fltiops
out of biiBlness and the result is tlint
evory time nn official turns his back
thero Is a chorus of gurgles from
It makes no difference how close the
vigilance ovar theso Btores mny no
proprietors always find n way to bfc.
como rid of thojr wot goods nt high-
ly satisfactory prices where the
Iron huud of the law descVndu on tno
neck of Whiskey peddlonj ingenuity
has found a way to tbriyelln deflnnqe
of courts and Judges oiidr things At
one store for liistanco it is possible
to buy a whisk broom tho Interior of
which makes an udmlrablo flask.
Huntsmen purchase shells for their"
shotguns put them carefully In tholr
bolts nnd Vanish in tho woods. Throe
hours later they opiergo Into tho open
whooping ready to start something
gonernlly beastly drunk. Tholr car?
trldges aro empty hut the Intorlor of
the gun barrel still Is coatoct with Its
original gun oil.
Thero aro ninny other devicoH such
ns hollow walking sticks and fishing;
poles which nro constantly made UHoi
fOfr hollowed out bookff In Vyhlch a'
flask will fit Jilcely satchels with false
httons and others too niimoroiiB to
Dill ABBurccLPrcfildoiit Tuft through
the CongrottSmnn from the Aroostook
district that ho hdii just about Unviscd
an offectlvo wuy of fighting the whlB
key ovll on tin) border and If reap
pointed will Immediately wngo sys
tematic unrelenting wnrfaro on the
There qre more
than any othc
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pattern nafltflratlon nrl
9 r x ngpnold all import ah
FTDEALER FOR TTH
er" loaded shells used
shooting Is the reason
uniformity they are
t records and trophies.
E RED W BRAND.
This certifies th
Hall's Texas W
months ago of a
bladder and rhe
mt Mar. 27. IMJU--
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other medicines failed I know n
many others who were cured" too.
JOHN n. SLAUGHTER Ranchman
Solt by McLoinoro-Daus Drug po
J. O. Dodaon ami fnmlly loft th)B
morning for Coleman whero they will
spend a week or ten days visiting
aftd J relative
Ordinance C section 3 prohibiting
the use of sidewalks for roller skat-
ing purposes will ho strictly enforced
J. J. CLINTON" Chief of Policy
The problem of your spring svtt
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Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 140, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 30, 1910, newspaper, January 30, 1910; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth315714/m1/3/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.