The Abilene Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, January 27, 1899 Page: 3 of 8
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MONTH TO PUSH GOODS.
Dnrentird'lino of 15 and 20c
DrossGoOds at.... 10 and 120.
Will soil ontiro lino of BO 85
nnd 40c Dross goods at 25o.
Will sell our 05 and 75o broad-
cloth at ....50o
Will soil our ontiro lino of 30
35 and 40c black Dross Goods
at.... f 25c.
Will soil entire lino of 05 and
75c black dross goods at. . . .50c.
Will soil ontiro of 85c and ?1
line of black Dress Goods at 05c
" worth. $150 at..$l
Our $1.50 $2 and $2.50 lino
; cut i in two. '
Our men's $5 suits at. . . .$3.50
" " $0.00" " .... 4.00
. $7 50" "....; 5.00
'. $850" " .... 0.50
"' 1Q.00" " .... 7.50
" 12.50 ' " . . ... U00
UK B Oft UPS 1
We do not like to ; pay for advertising
that does not sell roods' and do not adver-
tise for fun. We know these prices. will sell
goods so fling them out in. defiance of the
world and ask you to read thern then conie
and be profited by them.
ROLLINS .ft- YOUNG.
Dr. Bouldin of Lawn was in
town last night and this morn-
ing. R. F. Cannon and wife were in
yesterduy from. Jim Ned buying
J. R McKinsov was in todav
from his ranch on tho liiiu of.
Stonewall and King counties.
Tho Star Store litis had Its
awning boarded down several
feet and will put in a now and
I. B. Julian will begiu the
erection of his home on Monday.
He has secured lots ou Sycauioro
All of J. N FergOrson's family
was able to bo up this inorniug
except Mrs. Fergerson who has
quite a sorious case of grip.
J. J. Croft Henry Thorp Mr.
Winters and Ed Leako arrived
yestorday from Stonewall coun
ty with 40 bales of cotton some
of which sold at 5.40
Lot it go to record that Abilene
xd only 110 of a cent less for
cotton ou Thursday than Now
Orleans quotations. Our buyers
inado n guess that tho market
J. A. Wadsworth came in yes-
torday from Missouri to look
uftor his real cstato in Taylor
county. He owns a farm pn Jim
Ned and rosidonco property in
Squiro Pollock's brothor and
slstor-iudaw who liavo boon
visiting his family havo return-
od to their respective homes Mr.
Pollock to Wyoming and Mrs.
Huntor to Mexia
Shoviff Cunningham's barn
caught lira yesterday but was
quickly diacovorod and tho
llamos extinguished only a small
loss boing sustained 15 bushels
of corn and smno dumngo to tho
building. It (s thought a match
in a rats nost started tho tiro.
A night or two since omo put
ties stole aud carried off an out-
building on Joo Slaughter 'a plaqo
on tho crook in Abilene and uo
trace of it qan boVfound. It is
known whether the thieves
bebaak for the house and
What wiU thy steal naxt?
is the- '" ' ' ' ''
in 4 Lines.
A 3 3 peroenCut.
In mjlhnery can't price this
lino but prices will talk come
and soo thorn
For Ladies and Misses.
Misses Union Suits ....... .256.
Ladies " "'.... AOc.
Misses' outing gowns.. 35 to05c
Ladies' ' " .00e-to$l
You ought to see. this lino it Is
for loss money than you 'Can
mako thorn. ( '
Our 4L00 capes... ..75o
' 1.50 " $1.00
: 2.00 "'. .......... 1.50
" 8 50 " 2.50
" 5.00 broadcloth capos 350
This is tho greatest cape over
ottered in AuiI6nofor the inou.ey.
Our $4.50 plush cape...
ii 73o " .
M 1000 " "
Mr. and Mrs. Henry James re.
turned Tuursday from Dallas.
City Collector Pickons has
called in all outstanding scrip
dated before Nov 1 1898.
Mr..and Mrs. Howard of Tip-
ton Mb are here to speud a sea-
son for the lattors health.- Mr.
Howard lived hero in the early
days and went to Missouri in.
1S87. He owns -a good tract of
land adjoining Dr. Bouldin's
place near Lawu. Having sold
his business in Tipton ho may
I lociito in this country.
.Mrs. Allen Buoli Miss Geiii-
viove and Master Alleu left on
morning train for San Antouio to
join tho Major. Mrs.. Buell did
not know what the program of
tho regiment is though it is
rumored that it will be order-
ed to Havana neither does
sho know whothof tho Maj-
or would tako his family with
him to Havana if ordered there.
Wo send our best wishes after
Tbolato Post Master General
Win L Wilson has been elected
president of Yale Collogo at a
salary of $25090 and has accept
od. Mr. Wilson is a cpasiu of
Mrs. Keoblo wife of'our esteem-
ed townsniou Row J. W. Keeblo
Reotor of tho Episcopal church
This is tho first instance of a
southern man boing olectod pros-
idontof Yalo so far as wo can
roinonibor and wMo it ia up
comphmont to tho distinguished
Virginian and notod statesman.
ho having long boon recognised
as ono of our most profound
scholars it is A sourco of gratlfl-
cation to tho South tho merits
of whoso great men havo not al-
ways been recognized. Mr.Wtl
son will continue iu his prosont
position as proslctont of Washing
ton and Loo university to tho'ond
of this scholastic year and as
sumo his new duties uoxt au-
tumn. Porsoim who lead a Jifo of ex-
posuroaro subjoot to rheuma-
tism neuralgia aud lumbago will
Hud a valuablo remedy in Bal
lard's Snow Liniment; it will
banish pains and subdue inHama-
tiou. Prioe 25 aud 50 cents
Bass Bros. tf.
Charley Fuhilor':Ubyf lias
grip. . ' ' V1
MrsXD. B;ukois sick with
grlp.' : ' .
B. F. Mai lory was iri from
Nelnda today. .
Murray Malouo is in bod with'
the grip today. .
J Julian of Truby wusin for
John Crawford colored was
jailed for stealing a' saddle.
Mrs. E. N. Kirby has not fully
-i eebvored bu t is able to be up.
H A. Tillott's little daughter
Mamie is sick today wo regret
Mrs. J. E. Chandler and baby
are both convalescing we are
glad to learn.
Miss Neppte Warren war sick
yesterday requiring the atte'ndr'
ance of a physician.
Mrs J W Hampton wont out
driving Thursday afternoon af
ter a few days attack of grip.
G. fvl.lviugery J. E. Cullum
aud J. B. Reed of Aspermont
were trading in our burg today.
Hon. A. S. 'Hawkins of Mid-
land who was here on business
in Roforeo Legotfc's court re-
turuod home lust night.. :
M iv and MrS. Coke" W Hark
ridorliavG moved into the Cocke
house during Mrs.. Wingo's ab-
sence in Oregon
Mr. A. Darnell came" home
yesterday from a five days trrp
to the west inclnding Pecos and
Barstow and ho confirms Dr.
Bush's report ot the end of the
"smallpox visitation to. those
F. G. andL. M. Nix Of Anson
were in today to meet their sari
uhd .brother respectively who
came in from Alabama with his
family to make a new home in
Jones county. All went out to-
day. Thus our country secures
Mrs. TC. Batjer and children;
arrived home this afternoon from
a visit of a month or so to Gal
Mrs. J. P. Radford called in
Dr.. Legare today being threaten
e'd with an attack Of pneumonia
which we' trust sho will escape.
Tho contractors went east
this morning with lSmeuuml 2
women from El Paso and 2 meu
from Colorado bound for the
Rusk pefiitomary now convicts.
Tho Piremuns Band last uight
serenaded Max Gebauer and his
brido at the Adams house as a
token of tho kindly fco ng and
good wishes of that organization.
Mr. and Mrs Frank S.terrett
came iu yesterday frpra the
ranch to havo their little girl
treated aud are stopping at tho
Windsor. Tho child is better to
Rev. Mr. Keeble received a
telegram this morning telling
him .of tho doath of his sister
Mrs. J. B. Hill in Baltimore Md
Wo extend symputhy to our
neighbor iu his afiliction.
Scarcely a day passes that bno
or moro families do not arrive
hoVo to sottlo iu some portion of
pur trade territory and this
means progress of tho right
kind. Lot tlio country iiil up
with good people-
H. H.Luckett Spent Thursday
in Abilono and wont out to tho
Chittenden ranoh today to look
after his qattlo on pasjturo hore.
Wo hear that ho will move his
fumlly to Ablleuo or Morkel
in tho spring.
As a samplo of a days business
iu tho passongor dopartuiout at
Abilono depot thoro woro S10
plocos of baggage checkod ono
way yostorday and 02 tho other.
It sometimes occurs that Abilene
buacaga has to bo loft at tho Fort
there being moro than can bo put
In tho ear.
Thursday night Row 11. A.
Bun eiuortnlnod near a sonro of
young mon at. tho parsonage ami
thoy all oxproas thomsolvos as
having onyod a delightful ovon.
laf. Mrs. Boas assisted by Mrs
and the Misses Irvln served
refreshments and won the atrat-
Itude of the Kuests.
A. H.' Klrb. Esq. went;to
Barsto'w last rilgiitl.
Rov. G. W. Caperton came (ix
E. W. Pollock justico' of tho
Guion district was In town today
from Bluff Croelr.
II. B. Turtfer was in from
L. B Stevens was in from
Bbiff Creole for supplies7 today
Mis. Fayette Harkrider came
down from Morkel this morning
to visit relatives.
Rov W. B Taggart was in
from Fisher county on Thurs-
Coke W. Harkrider camp in
yeBterday afternoon from the
' John H. L and R. A. Lackey
svere among the Lawn contingent
in our city today. v
Kir. and Mrs Higsby of Kan-
sas City Mo.' aro visiting their
daughter Mrs. Dr. Cates for a
month. :' .
Charley Goedeke did not take
any chloroform to undefgo: the
:surgical operation yesterday and
has not missed a meal. Charley
has nerve and we trust he will
soon bo all right.
Miles Copa says The Reporter
.man is; too big to tackle just any
old way. but that Ben Blodgett is.
nearer his size and w.e may at
any time hear of ii Fitzsimmbns-
Gorbett mill iti the classical pre
ciDCts of Oair Lawn.
C. Tate is sick
The ice. factory is how running!
for perhaps a week. .'
J.'E. Ritchie will move to the
Ward place Monday;
C. W. Wyatt was in from the
Hodges neighborhood Friday.
J. L. Wood a Putnam stock-
man sjent Friday in our city.
Mrs. Fred Lane of Baird is
visiting Mrs. L. M. Anderson in
Rev. J. S. Chapman went to
Rbby yesterday to hold quarter-
Many an innocent darling is
sufferirig'untold agony and pap
hot explain its troubles. Mark;
your child's symptoms you may
find it troubled with worms;; give
it. White s Cream Vermifuge aud
restore it to quietness arid health.
Price 25 cents. . Bass Bros tf
J.E. Ritchie has bought the old
Brooks building corner Cedar
and North First streets will re-
pair and use it for a barn and
Mrs. Henry Sayles yesterday
..eyeuiug entertained auiumber of
our ypung people in honor of
Miss Minnie Evans of Fort
Worth. We havo no report but
learn that it ws a very pleasant
and h'ghly oojoyable occasion.
TIE EXCEttENCE OF SYIUP OF FIS
Is duo not only to tho originality and
simplicity of tho combination but also
to tho euro and skill with which it Is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to tho Oai.ifor.nu Fit $YRUr
Co. only and we wish to Impress urjoa
all tho importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy; As tho
genuine Sy tup of Figa is manufactured
by tho Caufoknu Pio 8vuci Co
only a knovlelge of that fact Vf.tll
assist ono in avoiding tho Worthless
imitations manufactured liyotbor psir-
ties "Tho high stantUug o'f tho Oau
founia. F)0 Svui'i Co. with tho medl
cal profession and tho satisfaction
which tho genuluo Syrup of Figs las
given to mUlloua of families makes
the nnmo of tlo Oonmivliy a guaranty
of tho oxcclleneo of its remedy. It fa
far in ndvaneo of all otier Jnxutlvs
as it nets ou tho kidneys liver uud
bowels without irritating or weakea
ing them ami it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its boaeaoial
efteots pleas reuwtalier Uie nw ot
CAUPOHKIA MC SYMP CO.
RICKLY ASH BITTER;;
CLEANSES f HE LIVER AND BOWELS 0
vb wrtMT itro (Terra tn
J B. Webb wont to Baird this
morning to return tomorrow.
Marshall Pierson -pf Haskeli
loft on tho mornibgv'train for
Waco to enter Bay lor University.
Mrs. Maebel Morrow. came
down from Sweetwater to spend
the day with homo folks.
W. P. Daniels tho cotton buy-
er left this morning for his
homo in Austin.
D. A. Winters secured the con-
tract to. build Col. Stefferis' new
home aud will begin" work Mou-
(Jay A warrant was issued' by
Judge Hill today tor Frank.
Gamble uuddr a charge of lu-nacyi-.
K '" '
Gus Shorsh came down from
Sweetwater this morning.. Gus
is one -of the promising young
business men of. our.sis ter town.
JVH Bond traveling auditor
of the Texas & Pacific who has
spent tVo days -here checking
up this office went east this
The wor$t after effects of iU:
lluena arise from deranged
functions of the iiver. Clear
the blood at once with Herbine
for it will sireugthen the liver to
withdraw from circulation the
biliary poisons. Price 50 cents
Bass Bros. tf.
J. M. Daugherty of this. city
was appointed one of the dele-
gates of the Texas livestock as-
sociation to the meeting of the
national association at Denver.
Mr. Daugherty is a charter mem-
mer of the Texas association
which is older than' the national
Tabler's Buckeye File Oint
.merit is the only remedy for
blind bleeding or protruding
piles indorsed by physicians;
cures the most obstinate cases.
PricooO cents in bottles. Tubes
75 cents.1 Bass Bros. tf
. H. Ll Lackey of Lawn says
his brother R. A. who has
moved to Lawn from Bell county
is well ple:iied with this country
and wilt buy a. farm. Mr Lack
ey reports health in his commu-
nity good and the farmers in his.
neighborhood are going to plant
more' corn and hogs and depend
lesson cotton at least many of
them wili A good thing.
John Morrow of Cedar Gap
came iu yesterday aud took out
Mr and Mrs Howard who came
in. from Missouri as noted in
In pulmouary trouble the di-
rect action of Ballard's Hore-
hound Syrup upon tho throat
chest and lungs immediately ar-
rest the malady by relieving the
distress cutting the phlegm and
f reeiug the vocal and breathing
organs. PricoSonud 50 cents.
Bass Bros. tf
R. A Forguson of Hill coun
ty who has largo ranch interests
in Texas arid Now Mexico is here
sending horses to tho latter
point. Ho has already sent about
1000 head out.
Mr J. L Higbeo who is visit-
ing his daughter Mrs. Dr. Cates
has sold his mercantile busiuoss
in Schell City Mo. aud The Doo-
tor is trying to interest him in
this country in which wo hope
ho will succeed.
Coughs and colds couio unin-
vited but you can quickly got
rid of thorn with a fow dosos of
Ballard's Horehnuud Syrup.
Price 25 aud 50 conts. Bass
W. F Connor southwestern
passongor agent of tho Wabash
rail road'hoadquar tors at Dallas
spent a day lioro enrouto homo
from El Paso leaving on tho-
morning train. Last uight bo in-
stnllod tho oftlcors of tho G A. R.
post ut this place boiug deputy
oomumncUttt of the Texas dlvls
ion of that order.
3t P. Newman of Sweetwater
spent the day in Abilene.
D. W. Wristen spends today
and tomorrow in Baird.
H. H. Harrisoh of Hot Springs
Ark. is in the city on bu&ines-s.
W.O. Lowry was jn from As
Alex Hodges was in our city to-
day from Hodges.
I Richard Heldts children are
getting well. ;
''Tho now boy at Cort Donalds
is reported to be doii.g;'well. .
Dr. Smitb is sick at Simmons
College we are sorry to learn.
W. L.;Cppe's.4.year old daugh
ter is reported sick.
J. IL Barretbis. just up from
an attack of 'grip.:.
Hon. PVed Qockrell and Mr.
Werrenskioldcame My this aftor-
nbbri. :'' '
D.- .S.H K&uffmaii is "expected
homo from Dallas today or to-
morrow; ; -"
. Rev.. J.-31.. Reynolds has an-
other sjck child and worse still
his wife is sick.-
Mrs. Cresswell" arnvr.d tMs
afternoon from England to visit
her son G. O.:
Melvin or Levi .Martin 'was
jailed today for- lunacy there
now beiug two under that Inue.
Constipation leadb to the liver
trouble arid torpid' liver to
Bright's disease. Prickly Ash.
Bitters is a. certain cure at any
of the disorder. Sold by Bass
S. Avery way in town today
buying his first supply of grocer-
ies for a new store at-Aspermont
Misses Ora Ingle and Emma
Ford have returned from. Pioneer
where they made a pleasant visit-
J. M. Radford was in his place
of business . today for u timo.
He shows the effect of two weeks
If your stomach is disordered'
bowels irregular arid yon don't
keel Well you need Prieinv Ash
Bitters. It is very effective in
removing this condition Sold
by Bass Bros. tf.
J. M. Daugherty is havintr a
concrete walk laid from his door
to the gate aud around his resi-
C. M. Bradshaw? of Guion 're-
ports his land nearly all turned
over for tho coming emps He
carried out material today for a
barn or a part of one.
Drs. Blakemoro and HoUis
were called out to M:dWay Fri-
day afternoon tos i Mrs. S N.
Morrison who is .s !l quite sick
Tho Church of the Heavenly
Rest through tho etforts of its
"Rosebud Guild" has just receiv-
ed a splendid new library of 100
volumes from New York We
congratulate tho ohuroh upon its
' m m 1
Tho kidneys cleanse tho blood
and in their aotivity depends the
health of tho body. If tho liver
becomes so torpid that it inter-
feres with the work of tho lad-
ueys tho body sutlers aud drop '
sy results Tho most valuable
featuro iu tho curative offoot of
Prickly Ash Bitters is its stimu-
lating inllueuco in tho kiduoys.
It heals and stvengtheua those
orguus so that thoy rosuuie thutr
blood oleansiiig and urine gather-
ing funoioiis purities ami vegu.
latos tho llvor tones up tho
stomach und dlgestiou and by a
mUd yet thorough catavie offoot
all poisons and billious impura-
ties iu tho bowols aro driven out.
It quickly restore strength and
health Sold by Ba?a .Bros tt
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Shook, L. B. The Abilene Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, January 27, 1899, newspaper, January 27, 1899; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth331092/m1/3/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.