The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 27, Ed. 1 Monday, April 3, 1916 Page: 2 of 6
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r AW TWO
THE ABtLEHE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS.
Are the fundamentals of financial success. Tho schooling
that comes by systematically saving a part of one's in-
come is a most valuable asset in ultimate success. Think
Wo are extremely gratified at the largo number who aro
talcing advantage of our Savings Department. Our 750
depositors in that Department have shown that they un-
derstand and appreciate the importance of saving as well
as tho protection afforded by a legally organized Stato
COME AND JOIN THE NUMBER.
CLOSES AT THE FIRST
A REMARKABLE $15.00- HaridTaUortdSuitschoce -"$15.00
Mrs. Sheldon Spent $1900 for
Treatment Without Bene-
Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg-
Last nlellt. mnrkpil flin ntnolntr ear.
vice of tho revival at tho First Pres
uytcrinh church. In Bpito of tho crisp
norther and muddy streets largo con-
gregations were present at both ser-
vices Sunday. The Interest Was un-
flagging to tho very last when the
choir sang "God ho with you till we
meet ngaln" and tho mnny friends the
Atlanta minister had made camo up
to tho Tront to bid him good-bye and
wish him Godspeed In his own great
I Altogether it has been a great meet-
ing. Dr. A. A. Little is a preacher of
mnrked ability. With clear enuncia-
tion graceful artd easy delivery and
Inntchless diction nnd Imagery ho has
tho faculty of taking the old themes
of tho Bible nhd making them throb
with a present-day Interest. Although
ho wns for Bomo yenrs what might bo
called a professional evangelist ho
'uses absolutely nonn of the nlnn-Rtlrk
methods. Ills dependence Is entirely WouUescapo by taking your medicine.
on tho Holy Spirit's application of cannot praisa It enough for it saved
tho preached word. Many of his ser- "v & oftd kP' S?c.from Ulc rlM0
mons will stand 6ut as landmhrks In SWV. pi Ei!iIEiM0N' mi S
t. ....... .t. ...t. i i t.t... Ilalsted St. Englewoou. III.
i'The Uvlne Thief." "Thr Prndlirni' I'hysidnns undoubtedly did their best
Son" "Heaven' nnd the old folks ser-
jvlec "Tho Soldier" nnd many other
sermons were classic in tlicir simple
through tho CI
M r it C9R lisper
I v r.t t0Jfi
i wHu"10 nny
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Collegian Suits arc not $15.00 suits as every suit made- with their label Is worth ?18o0 nnd uu.
of this make the purchaser is inimredbf pr'e-shrunk wool hand tailored and perfect fitting suits.
In buying suits
now yam jus
f 9 how much
. "While point?
ango of Life I suffered
vousness llashej- of.
heat and I suffered
so much Xt3id not
know whfit I was
dolng.at tlmo9. I
rr$1900 on doc-
nnd not one did
dy called at
o and said
a t). FinK-
I ever wns. I
battled with this caso steadily nnd could
do no more but often the most scientific
First State Bank
Sell us your rag3 old rags dirty rags clean rags sacks torn
or otherwise dirty cotton or any old thing of this kind.
Let's clean up tho town of all rags. Bring it to the Neal Com-
mission Company and get cash for same. Wagon will call at
your house for same.
Nea! Commission Co.
fli3 Vou teihm Satisfied?
IP YOU USE COLUMBIA
You will be entirely satisfied. Five times as much
.tiscout of the carbon paper as any other
Columbia Typewriter Ribbons aro guaranteed Non-
'Filliug Sharp Writing Permanent liecord Ribbons
Abilene Printing Co.
North Second St.
We are prepared to furnish your every need in the drug Jin.
We carry a very complete stock of
TOILET WATERS PERFUMES SOAPS FACE POWDERS
AND CREAMS AND TALCUM AND BATH POWDERS.
We are anxious to have ou call and try sx eolJ driak w
Sanitary Fountain or one yf our Cigars which Mr al &
perfect condition let us have your aecount this jjmwiU.
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF MAGAZINES.
"IT PLEASES US TO PLEASE YOU"
The Corner Drug Store
beauty nnd power.
In looking over tho list of those
signing cards pledging their accep-
tance of Jesus Christ ns a personal
Savior one Is struck by the fact thnt
the Gospel appeal is not to any parti-
cular age or class. It Is tho power of
.Clot) unto salvation for the little child
(ns well as to tho aged patriot to
(Whom Jesus Christ becomes tho Cap
itinn of our salvation.
Hoth tho pnator. Row T. S. Knox
nnd Dr. Little have expressed the
deepest appreciation of tho support
of the Abilene Reporter in giving
Bpnco nnd prominence to rcportB of the
meeting. Special mention was made
'of tho faithfulness of tho choir loyalty
'of members and friends of the con-
gregation tho co-opcrntlon of other
ministers In tho city. Tho pastor Dr.
L. II. Gray and members of the Cen-
tral Presbyterian church woro assur-
ed of tho gratltudo o f the First
Church for tho kindly way In which
they had so grately helped In thq
Tho subject of tho Sunday morning
sermon wns "Tho Suffering Savior"
tho text being "And Ho gnvo up tho
niioht." It was a strong discourse on
the Vicarious Atonement. Dr. Little
said that It would seem that Christ
hnd dono sufficient for man when He
left his Heavenly homo nnd camo to
earth but when wo exnmino tho re-
cord wo find that' tho Savior goes so
far as to die for man. lib did not die
however us an accident In history
Ho wns not a mero martyr to an un-
popular cnuso llko Savonarola or
Jerome of Prague. Thero was n Divino
purpose In his death. Ills death Is
tho satisfaction of Divino Justico and
tho meanB of our reconciliation wjth
Ood. "Ho tasted death for every
man." Then If Christ died for us tvo
cannot dio for ourselves. W'c cannot
suffer for ourselves what Christ suf
fered for us. "For Ho hath made him
to bo sin for us who know no sin; thnt
wo might bo mado tho righteousness
of (Sod in Him."
In tho closing sermon Sunday night
lr. Little spoko on tho nubject "Why
jxot?" Tho Scriptural reading was
tho parable of the great r where
those Invited began to muR. ruses. I
The minister dealt with some ' the)
excuses men give ror not aea.j . .g
the Savior and ho showed how empty
they aro. Excuses are usually the re-
fiiBo tit lies and men come not to the
blaster because 'the wicked In tho
prldo of his heart will not seek after
uod for God Is not In all of his
thoughts." He said men stay away
from Christ baying God was too merci-
ful to punish but was He too merciful1
to allow the Master to hang for Hire j
hours on tho rough Roman cross? Or
one sa I am not good enough to be'
saved; but are you saved asked the I
preacher through your own goodness!
or iy me rigiueouBa?ftf of Christ'
l am afraid I will not hold out" says
anqther. lint It Its Christ you are sup-
posed to trubt in and there Js no dan-
ger of Hl not holding out. Hear His
promises "Father. tlue whom Thou'
gaiest me I faao kept nnd none Is'
loL" He bald tem people hesitated!
la tfee aeept8ce of Jus fearing'
ihat after all. thty aigfct aot I moag
the elm. Ttte War Governor Vane.
of Norib Carolina oaee bum b nirf'
(tgro Uapliet prtmchtr or & lonely!
rofid cwrroe. Um uetuuia and the gov-
erw itkl ike oM negro. "Jim do
. tabu I aa out of the elect?"
(4'k a 4 fluk the oM eselave a-
sered "Old Msrae. I aver sees a-l
L US hau. iit ssas. r&Jfa- for
offti " The thing f or h U do k U
mMbixtm.t eralee &g csadfcteiea for
ai.u mi asa.k the caapt4g H
! be wf. -JUft f ye hll
leeene ix 14 y rt fl. tojt
w &li he ee4 mrnu yen.. Io
fee thM fttk fhMeh serf to mh
h im&rtum i &n h . 4.
At the eveftfetx mtvIc . if
tM4r aaoui wh Iwittfigt the
treatment Issumassetl bv the medicinal
properties of tho crood old fashioned
roots nnd herbs contained in Lydia E
l'inkhnm's Vegetable Compound.
If nny complication cvNts It
pays to wrilo the Lydia 13. Pitik-
imm Medicine Co. Lynn Mass.
lot special free advice.
S"j7 Tlhw v jf"yP -4S. ?
In tho selection plenty of novelty
drey llluo and Brown Colora nro of-
fered ns well as solid llluo Serge.
Difforcnt styles nro offered In Slims
and Slants ns well as regulars..
Choice of suits that range In valuo
to $22.50 offered Choice for ..WB.00
PALM IllIACH KOOI' I'LOTI! A3iD
Those summer Suits are now In
stock in bettor range of styles nnd col-
ors than during any previous seas-
son nnd tho quality and price Is tho
same. ' 0
t..t. tmrtnl nml Knnl flloth SullB In
Light. Natural Color Plack and White
Checks nnd strip aim ur
Hlack and with Hair
iu Suits in
line stripe priced
1 7. Gricr Grass Store
228 Pecan' St.
MEN'S HATS TIES SHIRTS UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY
THE NEW SPRING HATS.
Straw ami Panama J lata in m Telescoped ami Crousud Crown Shapes.
Selection made' now will bo at lower prices and tho stylos batter than pur-
chases made later. Straw JLlnU priced $1.50 to -".-?' 5
Pntirtimi Hats are priced $3.50 $5.00 and j '-$ jj
Felt Hats in Tiger and Stetson iUnlity; priced $100 to ..? 00
NEW SPRING TIES
Drop in and tahe a look at these ties. They aro equal in bctiUty to $1.00
quality. Our price is - &
. MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS.
Sol Shoes for men offers comfort style and quality. All naw styles nro
shown in Hlack Vioi Kangaroo mid Gun Jlotnl Tans and Hrowns lire shown in
Viei and calf skin. Men's shoes are priced $3.50 to 5 OO
to trado whero jou desire but you
will find it to your advantage to
buy your groceries fancy nnd sta
pie here. It's tho precaution we
tako against Impure food3 that
makes housekeepers feel safe lr
buying here. Back of that ire the
lowest prices found anywhere.
J. W. Evans
S 0 L U IB B 1 a
Give perfect Snlisl'ac-
YOU will always get a fair deal in case of
loss if vou place your Fire Insurance with
J. L. MgDAVID
PHONE NO. 605.
You can only afford to plant the
best and fetrongtbt seed.
Take your planting ejl to Slax
well Gfn and have the weak and
faulty one culled out
Culhr will run twice a week -V.'eJnesdas
.ind" Saturd4ys be-
ginning JlarHi 15 Phone 51
Spring Music Festival
CHARLES HARRISON Tenor
MARIH ZRXDT Soprano.
Harry Evans Basso
Margaret Dunlap Contralto
Otto Fisher Pianist
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OF GOOD COOKING
Merchants Lunch 25c
Special Sunday Dinner 40c
Prompt and Polite Service.
A. H. Nichols A. M. Eubank
tly treating young eblekiMifc witn
'of j.'lectrit-tt a London experimenter
uas ma.de tbvm grow more rajidilj
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The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 27, Ed. 1 Monday, April 3, 1916, newspaper, April 3, 1916; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth316937/m1/2/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.