The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 138, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 27, 1916 Page: 4 of 14
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ABILEME 3! AILYJtE PORTER AUGUST 27 1916.
A Store was Never Better Prepared Than The Anderson Dry Goods Co.
to Show Style and Quality Merchandise at Lower Prices for the Fall of 1916
On account of the scarcity of Merchandise in the whoJesale markets and the extraordinary advance in
prices we have assembled our stocks earlier than any previous season. This means better styles better
quality and lower prices. We extend the sale of this sample line of Coats and Suits thru another week
This Display of Fisk's Beau-
tiful Pattern Hats is
On display this woek a woiulorful col-
ic tUion of the net'optcd stylos for the
KjiII in L'iittern hats. Ak during previous
seasons this store is offering the bet
ill ('imlity and thc.latost styles in Milli-
nery at quite a saving in price.
I'rieo range from 1.30 to - $20.00
v stylus in Felt Hats $'2..j0 to.:?5.00
Mitchell's Silk and Serge
Dresses on Display.
A number of exceptional styles from
this wonderful Hue of dresses on dis-
play in different materials of Silk ami
Wool. Priced from $7.30 to ... $40.00
Save 1-3 on Misses Coats.
We have on sale several hundred pret
jv eonts for children and misses on
sale ONE-THIRD OFF
Do Your Shopping for the
School Girls and Boys
Our stocks of Tiirls School Dresses.'
(Tinghams 1'oiTalcs Suitings! toslcry
Jahoes Hoys' Suits Caps' etc. are com
Best Shoe's in Town for
Boys and Girls.
Seja Shoes for Hoys and Girls arc per-
fect wearing hest fitting and the styles
are very snappy and good looking
liiirgo Aliases and Hoys Shoes priced
2.50 to . . $3.50
Children's School Shoes priced $l."0
to 4. $3.00
Sale of Boys' Suits $5.00 .
jJft.UO will not buy the better quality of
suits this Kail but wo are placing on
sale values to !rfi.."0 in boys' suits with 15
pair of trousers for $5.00
Display of New Fall Silks
and Dress Goods.
On account of early purchases this
showing of Silks and Dress Goods is
more complete in different materials
anil coldr.) tlmu the Reason would -warrant
ild'in. Taffeta in all desirable colors
per yard ... $1.25
4(Mn. Crept de chine in Kail Colors $1.50
JtMn. Georgette Crepe in Pretty Color
'assortment priced $l.f0 and $1.75
8uMn. Kovelty Silks in Pretty Stripes
and plaids pi iced - - . --.$150
yG-in. Serges in all colors priced 50c
."i4-in. Gaberdines Poplins Serges
Itrondclnth and novelty weaves in full
color line priced 1.00 to $1-75
5-1 .iu. Plaids and Stripes in new color
combinations prieed $1..")0 and $1.75
A Saving of 1-3 in Ladies
Beautiful Coats Values
to $30 in Ladies Suits
We have on sale the entire sample
line of the Cincinnati Cloak ahd Suit
Co. This showing of Coats offers a se-
lection from more finer coats than ever
fihown in Abilene.
Beautiful Coats in regular valuer fi'oin
$1500 to $i;u0l. Thee coats arc on sale
from $4.0U to .- $40.00
$30.00 Values in. Suits
A fortunate purchase enables us to of-
fer about 100 suits in splendid values to
$.'10.00 and the styles ale the best special
sale .- - . $18.75
New Fall Bischof Suits.
Wonderful creations iu stles l Bjsch-
of iu Ladies Suits on displa.v priced
20.00 to J. $50.00
New Styles in Fall Skirts.
Nuw Shipment' of Kail Skirls on sale
$3.."i0 to . i .$12.50
5ve xvdevsou Tp Soods Cowpam
jVoWtWs SVVe. awiQuoXW Stove
arls c 9 2
Rny tJIeiin and Quor : Purselt. Car-
niitnau ucnniH and Crittenden
I avc-nport. ICnoh. I'lank Broom ui.d
'ovoreid FUcht r ShawMy and Alex
Galveston T-J Houston 4-2.
San Antonio G-l Beauniont
Dallas 5 Waco 3.
Ft. Worth 10 Shrcveport 0.
TOO LATE 'ID CLASSIFY.
WANTED Hoofs to roDalr. Wo re
J Sharps Hlgglnbotham mid Fuwlor ttuHoll mid Uu-p; Arcs. Shaw and nap o'1' roofs and give f.ve year main-
I At Fort Smith
j Sherman . k...
ii ii n
Reaumon: at Galveston.
San Antonio a; Houston.
For. Wqrth at Wraco.
Dallac at Shrevoport.
Ccrgan and Coe
I Smith and JJowlc; .N'aylor and Hurrl
Houston . .
Standing of the Clubs.
I Sccro w
Pet TulBa ...
J7S Stewart and BrockJ
M JjlJBllJIl ..............
Jamos and Spuncur: 3IaH
. and Thcnius Cady.
It H B
0 0 2 At PlUBburg II Itmingist
Flowers and xow york ..-..
injuuui u uuiuiuuu uck iui jHii uv-iiiai n
land prices; Inquire for Mr. DloJim now
I putting roof on Simmons College
jj'Tcxaa Itcoflng and Insulating
FRED WELSH ID
-CHARLEY WHITE ARE
Ctm- With Fraldlo Wol&b .nd Charlie
27-lt White on the bcene of battle and set
tled down to the hard grind of dally
Wvkoff WANTED To lease 2 or 3 sections of training Colorado Springe whero the
in .good grass laud. Phone 5S9. 2hlt 8truggle to win and retain the world's
lightweight crown fS to take place on
WANTED To buy hogs. Phono 589.
I Denton and
Score R H B
41g tJalvo&iton .............. 7 7 5
.Houston ..... 4 13
Kurr. (ludger and Andreeu; Mogrr'
Edmoudson and Allen. i
Philadelphia Cleveland 0
Now York 10 St Louis C.
Chicago 6 Washington 3.
Bobtoit 2. Detroit 1.
No games scheduled.
At f hleagu;
CUlrago .. 3
liarnots. Tyler and Itlueklntru;
CouneJl liekunj and Arcliar.
Labor Day afternoon Is fast becom-
lag the mecca of sportsmen from ev-
PiANO STCDENTS WANTED Mrs. D ery nook and corner of Uncle Sam's
R H K M. Cranr.il wants talented girls deslr- domains. Alt roads seem to lead to
10 1 ous of learning artistic piano playing- Preuy iiiue my i wwira uuwn uh-
9 I Ialnstakiug care given beginners as der the shadow of Pikes Peak -where
and ufnii -na ndvanc-ai Ktuilents. For rce- promoter Eddie Htts Is preparing to
ommendatlons telophona Miss Nettle cisn out inw iihuc uu-uh m a u.w
TiUot. ulty. or write Miss Rubyo HI Wo- Tbut both boys are deadlly In earn-
brand. Sherman. Texas. Studios equip- est lo already being attested to by the
R II R ped with good pianos na 5th and battered appearance of the small army
S It I Hhakulford. and 71S llutternut. Tonus of sparring partners who art hoi pine
"J 1 J5.UU tier lllOIltll. Telon IOIIB l'J2. coiiaiwou l.uoe two Biauiomm. imma
II H B
StanilufS of the Clubs
PL IouIs 123
New York ........ 120
Chicago ......... 122
Cleveland . 122
Second game 7 Innings
Jacobus and Andreen; Dickson and jfootulttt
Jenkins. " rWiiigo.
Senrfr . U H F.
Ilrooklyn 0 C ci
1 Cincinnati I -
and autler &Hueiaer ana
San An fun in
Slaw art and Cot
At St. 1-o'ii:
R H B Seoro-
6 S I Philadelphia .
& S 1 'St. Louis . . .
Me-t 8-27-12t powerful punch Is already tfte talk ol
the sharpshooters wuo are trying to
little milk cow fix the odds for the coming contest
27 3t In fact "Knock-om-dead" f'harlfe Is a
w. 1. .nitnrrnl fi.inroufmt hn'rtiitif. nf ihi
Good second hand blt-jeh. accuracy and terrific driving power
27-3t of his world-famed left. And well he
micht A dance at the "done on C.
(FOR SALE "Modern Engineering White of Chicago is enough to got
J Practice and Cyclopedia of Drawing" on the nerves of any prospective op-
' course of American School To Corres 1)0nent
R II B nendpjice. Fourteen volumes hand- itclow Js a list of men White has
4 12 I
IFOR SALE Dandy
'cheap. PUoua utiSJ.
S 1 Honii' bound now one-third cost knocked out in the last few years.
fjl Smithion Martina pud Wilson.
.ill I I
7 nplng by agre
TriTWlTAir LEA G UK.
i!H San Antonio
New York 1. Pittbburg 1 (H innings
Boston 8 Chicago 3.
Cincinnati l. Brooklyn o.
St. Louis 4. Philadelphia 3.
ilrookbn at Cincinnati.
Boston at Cliicago.
Philadelphia at St Louis.
Only Hire gamass ichaduled.
&UBiBg of the Clsbs.
Pyd. W. I
R H K
... 1S I
... 3 1
Majer and Burns;
Score It H
DassUis 5 8
Siwcll and Smith; Sage.
Causey and Reilly Kubn.
COTTON BROUGHT BIG
PRICE OF 15.35 CENTS
UPON LOCAL MARKET
'Crowned Masterpieces of Literature .white's record in number of knock-
Steie and Gon- unused ton volumes. Set of UIKie oata scored out3blnes that of the pres
1 Collins Novels" anl "Henty Books en champion and all of the leading
' t For Boys." Sell at once cheap. 1812 aaptrants to hh title combined.
(North 5tb Street. Phone 75j... 2i-lt yjUe has proven himself to be tho
I .'htrdest hitting lightweight In the
SALK Two corner lots; l'aveJir'orld. and on his nroen ability U
Milburn Saylor 1 rd Cincinnati.
Matt Wells. 5 rds Boston.
In addition to tho nliovo phenomenal
porfornipnces White has the unique
distinction of Having received news-
rapcr decisions over the iast thrs?
world'a llghtv. eight champions name-
ly. Ad "Wolgast. Willio Ritchie and
Whether this wonderful record will
result in establishing White a favor-
ite over the champion remains to be
St-cn. It ia the unusual for a ciial-
tenger to rule fr.vorlto over a champ-
Ion but it is a strange co-IncU.ence
that Wels.lt was tho ebo'ce over Ritchie
when he dethroned tho Caltfornluti two
yeare ago Jn London. Of course It
was natural to suppose that Freddl?
would have the call In the betting In
his own country but ho was aho fav-
orite over Ritchie botl In Now 'York
and right in Willie's home town San
Tho wijeols of progress at Colorado
Springs atc-m to be running very
smoothly for the promoters of the big
bout as veil cs for the two stars. Tho
arena Is el'inbing to the skies without
a hitch and tho sent salp gocji on as
merrily as It started. Starting to
promotp th match simply for the pur.
tpobo of putting Colorado springs on
(the niap tho- Hundred Million Dollar
Club has tumbled Into a bonanza. The
! Jeffries-Johnson historical MTnp at
jUeno and the recent WiHard-Morau
!j;o at Madison Square Garden the Jlrst
lil!ivlnp tn rtVfir I"'.'i(l (Mill anil I ho sun.
ond to more than $130000 m ho the
only gate receipts to top the amount
of cash that Is going tn push Its way
into tho coffers of the Springs club on
RELEASER THE LADV
THE GREAT Mil I'll: I'l.M.TE.
FOR SALK Two corner
IbtreeU; 7W. Kudy monthly payments
Wheat farm near Abilene for rant.
Varmk in K. nt. Callahan. Jones. Has
kell jnd Taylor touulles for sale;
tenth cash balance like reut Kugcne
.Wood Laud to m 27-U
TreCter and Iureny; Iverctt Par
ry Gleanon and KnUUL
- - - f. - - -b
t iUitfl&kin. Ilomabe
JBubb uud KocUcr.
. Gotten brought 15 35 tenu
Abilene markt Saturday probably
one of the highest market In the
jtfat tug the day and certainly the
It H BInigfaitei market mm lre Jn nan
i 11 lj(ars-
3 3 To iiltttrato bw tto Market has
adYaaotd Gwt L- Winter Saturday
wild ten Itaim tor ISW or as aver-
!ag ol i4ft bale
Sed brougHt on tne local ntarK
SeyJtn bate wm gtued hre
K It H'yaturtiay. waking a total of ii bale
o 0 tt iyr tk ewioa.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping
'rooms close In. modern convenience.
on- the Phone &97. 37-tf
At Kcw Yori;
FIRE INSURANCE COS.
TO RETURN TO TEXAS
AlSTlh. Texas Aug -:6.--It la
It'-amuJ here tuat plans aro iu prog-
rBss by several large lite Insurance
companies which withdrew Irani the
state ntvea years ago ou aecouat ol
bcore knockoutb In fifty per Cent ot
his contests over good opponents he
Ifcai beea jzhm first sJante at th&
Joe Thomas 8 rdv New Orleans.
Joe Thomas 2 rds Jiew Orleans.
George Sleyers 2 rds. Aurora III.
Jake Abel 2 rds- Atlanta Georgia.
Mlckej Sheridan 2 rds Racine Wit.
Kid Kansas 5 rds.. Canton Ohio
Harry Donahue 2 rds.. Peona IU-
Kid Kansas. 3 rds . Buffalo N V.
Stauloy Yoakum 19 rds. Denver.
Joe Azcvedo 18 rd& San Francisco.
Danny Q'Brioo l rd. Denver Col.
Jimmy Murphy. 2 rds. Kenosha Wis.
Sam Robldeau I rd Philadelphia.
Eddie ilurphy. 7 rds. Boston.
Hal Stewart tt rds.. Fort Wayne Ind.
Freddie Yelle. 3 rds.. Boston.
Cbas. Kid Thomas 6 rds. Boitoo.
Youug Brown. I rd New York
Gilbert Gallant. 5 rds.. Boston.
Batty Baldwin. I rd.. Boiton
Milburn Saylor. I rd.. Boston
Joe Aseevedo 1 rd. Boston.
But the rngaUaut Judge P!d it In Ills
Own Peculiar Va)
There arc many interesting refer-
jenccs to Lord Chief Justice Campbell
scaucrea aacut ittmcmemn:raaua au
ographles ol his contemporaries. 113
was a man who Inspired strong likes
and dislikes. The famous Dr. Kenealy
hated him. He declared that Campbell
found luxury In the Infliction ot tor-
turc and had a ratlike cruel look on
his face which settled immovably a
the judge got older. The following
reminiseense of Dr. Kenealy is re
. "I remember an Incident which
bhos although only lo a slight de-
gree hi natural lack of courtety ami
consideration- A number ol ladies
crowded into one ot the parages or
Westminister ball for the purpose of
O'Mell; JfKK. H.YItkKl 11 IKS
J HAMBY ug- 21 Word was reee'v
t- 1 fume I1.1l.1v if lh I.tl nf ilrs i.
1 ikiknv ibnifhiw t nr unA Mm ithc cuacauBul ot ihs Robertaou iuaur- guroiu wuujaaies that withdrew
- - "- - --v.ae b. .- - - - k . r . .. . . .
h S A Buruuoi of ttit wacfe. Ura ck- auce Iw. to muru to Teas tluno? vaea ufe oetame eucvVkc out
itirr Ititl it j4'1! BJt J&a iaTX lrt ol a?- tar TUcr rtI? q-uH Wr madt Icotuis
uta v rt tiJi Lfcdidc wero W of te Urte wuteru me m to re-exuenus pi. ie icis iieia
Mninrii Tenelier. Him- GimmI Hens
For Dreailing TiibcrciiIo.f..
That twehem arc ospcclully prone
to tuberculosis Is the ntntcitient muV
by tho bureau of educatioiml hyslw
of tho city of Now York. Thlj da-
IiartntPuL say tbat this disease is 2i
per cent more prevalent among twi;i-
ers thau unions others of corrpspond-
Ing sex and ngo und Unit about half
of all death among women toachors
Is caused by tuberculosis nnd this i.i
spite of tho fact that teachers belong
to a better hygienic- grade than tho
Strenuous nerve taxing work that
causes physical exhuusilou anil nervo
breakdown jh given a the main cuunv.
Terman states that "four hours of ac-
tual teaching represent about eight
hours of ordinary office work." What
la probably tho beeuiid cause is lai"
of sufficient rest and regular exorcise
in tut open air.
Speaking along this irn tho ata
board of health sayt: "ll! wan tlrJ
RMk that Ubualty marks Gib teachor
BspecJally about the iloso of school
too often a condition of serious const;-
quence. It may he imi a Hired run
down condition or a cam of orn-t
nerves or both but thoho art nredfc
posing causes of tuberculosis as iim-h
or more than others.
"I'tiloss tin teacher in wlso. har
the board "ami uh ouiikly na powPilt
oercomott this tired feeling and nr
gains her usual state ol health and
vigor she subfH-i bersaif to an ojmu
risk against tuboreli as wall a
to other diseases.
WImt Uia wlso teaeljr will do I
to avoid Qterworfc mi itOrvoiM
atratu and wk that sh getj Miifbrtwrt
rst dall as wU an dully ersle to
th opan air. Thbj om sat eeuai
tlon ttiat b too o the I8lnnliis .-4
r iMtu gfiit grgrr is rasr tn nTBVfB?.
To proveut It Utlil to tho toehrt
Justice who was then a celebrity of
some note As he passed fahj button
caught hi a beautiful lace bertba worn
by om of his lair admirers
Jl'ST LIKE TIIL REAL ONES
Artificial aon ar m akJHfully wada
that they may mlth dRfkiilty b dis-
UnguMied from natural on. Wiws
the prwj who li. iot au rar app"e.
uie iHAimuaciurer for a suhfetltuu-
thcr is mad a mold of Ums remalntos
mr. If that ha left ay part of an-
other a mold of that part also raust
be takan to awifet lu the fitting of (lie
dtiuiHiui Manuiacturers assort that
?.?'!llg ..""if JSH l ?.. are ullk. nd that J taW
a. or.iniui voriuuii u grfiJArt an C4.r
from the mold or mobii.
When finfi.liiil iu.. iuui a . i- tjiyii
admirers After ajcu tj1B kumo. nr kimt.iv i n.o n.
vain struggle to disengage hlmselfsjurt Dr th hatt . .. E r .. .
Campbell dcUbcrately took out his the first artifleUl ur that 1 odo-penknife-everybody
thought for tin sivc. tUe chief tost pertaining to the
purpose of cutting off his button and makms of th mold VuicauUing rub-
10M"' lrJ yir' wua tda be bent attd twlstMl
cooly tut a hole In her handsome lac ja to u fo4mt iu 1 institute the bt- 1
4ad pas-vcd oa with hls swecst'n.it-rwi for tie Witito it .auu' 1
siaile ' Law Magiciue aud Rev lrtrs Li hat
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