Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, July 8, 1904 Page: 4 of 6
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Suooesaora to J. P. Wooton.
Dealers in s
Groceries Country Produce Grain & Hay
Wo have bought tho grocery store of. J. P. Wooton 1033 south 2nd
and sdlioit a share of tho business of tho publio in this lino. Wo
will give you fresh goods honest weight oorreot prices and treat
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Challenge Gasoline Engines Dandy Wind
Mills Pumps Pipe Cylinders Hose.
Belting Packing Valves typress Tanks
--Bath 4faff$tokt Lavatories Etc.
WVtSTL&pf E THE
Don't buy a Typewriter until you have tried tho FAY-SHOLES.
Displacing other machines everywhere. Holds the World's Cham-
pionship for Speed. Durability proven ; made of steel whero other
maohines are wood. Tabulators Free with each Fay-Sholes ; other
machines charge $20 extra. 25 Fay-Sholes just placed in Largest
Dallas Business College after thorough test of durability speed Ac
displacing other typewriters. All up-to-date peoplerant a Fay-
Sholes. Terms Given. Other machines taken on purchase. v
Fay-Sholes on exhibition at Singer Sewing Machine office. For
terms 4c apply to
MRS. P. LINDSEY Agent.
Successors to & f -R.
G. Anderson & Co.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
GRAIN and FEED STUFFS.
2J6 Pine Street.
First "Class Goods and Reasonable Prices.
Yoti Pakmnage Solicited
Southwestern Phone'No. 43.
Roberts Phone No. St.
THE BEAN MILL CO.
Ha-ying purchased the Abilene Roller Mills 'we have thoroughly
overhauled it and put it in first-olass shape adding new and mod-
ern machinery where needed. Experienced mill men are in charge
and our produots will meet our olaims for it. Will do an exchange
business or will buy your wheat.. Wo promise good service prompt
and courteous treatment and satisfaction in every oaso" Gome and
see us and thus help us to give this country the very best of mill
aooommodations. Wo burn wood and not coal.
E. A. BEAN Proprietor.
Good tilings to Eat
fp That's what we think about. 3
T? y That's the way wo make our money ?
4 WV H we are not furnishing you your 'groceries we A
4 W want to i
? jf V A trial order will oonvinoo you that our goods
-k- are first- bUssr in every reapeot. X
fD. R. WALL & COMPANY.!
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Plumbing a specialty
& VWiUER I
Take a Peep at
Before Baying Elsewhere.
Quality and prices guaranteed.
No trouble to show good
Abilene Shoe Store
"XT. "SUTPHEN PROP'R.
Standing o! Contestants July 4th 1904.
In the Merchants Library Contest.
Federation Library -Woodmen
Folllows Lodgo -Publio
numbor of votes
published whero tho
havo received loss
You oan vote only- at tho
lowing named places :
Abilene Dry Goods Co.
R. D. Bumpass hardware.
Majors 4 Majors Photographers.
Geo. C. Harris. Drugs.
Tho. Reporter Job ranting.
R G". Love 4 Son Moat Market.
J. F. Clark Jeweler.
Burton-Lingo Co. Lumber.
Emporium Millinery Co
Over Hardware Co.
Hayden Grooery Co.
J. Sides Bakery and Confeotibns
J. T. Leeson Groceries.
W. M. Ingle Groceries.
Mrs. L. H. Bradfield Drugs.
P. H. Hammook Furniture.
The 817. Rate.
On July 0th one day only the
T. 4 P. Ry. will put on the S17.
(rate to St Louis and return good
for only 7 days. Tickets on sale
only on July 0th remember.
Dr. Davis of Ennis is here look;-
ing after his farm on Cedar be-
low toVn Crops there are good
and the dootor looks for fine'
yields. He is one of the best
friends West Texas has believes
in it and its future. He has had
many arguments with his neigh-
bors ahout what this oountry is
and what is being done here.
Some argue that a orop is not
made here one year in five when
the truth is that better profits
are made by farmers here year
after year than in any other
part of the state. Dr. Davis
knows this is the truth and al-
though more. interested in other
sections he can do justice to
1 thisbecalise he knows what it is.
Tho people of Lawn made a
grand success -of their 'basket
pionic on Thursday and the
many hundreds of visitors wore
royally entertained. Lawn never
does a thing half-way. Showers
in the forenoon kept hundreds
away biit there was a fine crowd
anyway. The candidates were on
hand of course but Col.Childers
made an address in behalf of the
Farmers Union w.hioh was well
reoeived. Altogether tho day
was a big day. if" large number
of business men of Abilene went
Mack Townsend has returned
from Steffens & Lowden's big
ranch out by Leuders where he
spent six or eight weeks killing
the prairie dogs on the 10000-
aore traot. Ho reports rain ev-
ery week while tho work was go-
ing on and grass as f fine as he
ever saw it. One notable feature
Was the number of rattle snakes
killed as many as twenty in one
day about four hundred in all.
The ranoh is now clear of the
dog pest and it ought to be fairly
free of rattlers.
Miss Juliett Kelly enjoyed her
vacation at Laporto very muoh
the B Y P. U. enoampment be-
ing unusually interesting. Misses
Minnie and Mabel Lookett who
aooompanied her aro now visit-
ing relatives and friends at other
points. They .will perhaps bo
absent from home (wo months.
Mrs. Moiighan and son John
have returned from a visit to Big
Miss Ida Kelly of the Empori-
um is taking her vaoation.
Rev.W. L. Swiifdoll of Woath-
orford baptised a oandidato while
here into tho Christian ohuroh.
'Largest atook Latest styles.
Spooial prices for 30 days $2.00
paper 76 Mots at Ralph's.
Sovoral local items Jjiat should
havo appeared the middle of tho
wook got misplaood throwing
thorn very lato. Among thoso was
tho salo of 0 oars of oattlo through
tho agenoy of J. F. Drahn looal
ntanngoti of tho North Toxas
Livostoqk Commission Co;.. Mr.
Drahn handles' nearly all tho
business but of Abilenoand gives
his patrons tho best of sorvioo
and satisfaction. Other items
loft out wore a'Mrip of Frank
Stinohcomb to Dallas nnd of
Frank Shnohomb 'Jr. to Big
Springs. Also tho return of Mrs.
J. L. Taylor to her homo in Hub-
bard after a visit to her son J.
W! Taylor at Caps. These things
ooour occasionally and are of-
ten misunderstood by friends
who give us news items. We. ask
them to try to remember when
suoh things fail to appear it is
tho result of an oversight and
not by besign. Wo aro always
eager to get news and always
appreciate any help in that di-
rection. Umbrella's 75 cents to S3.50
go for cash at 4tf oents to. S2.50.
McDaniel Mercantile Co.
Wheat and oorn are standard
foods as they provide the neces-
sary materials for the production
of eggs and also because they
are cheaper and more concentra
tea; than many other foods and
as long- as wheat and corn oan
be purchased at prices lower than
other foods can be crown iu'st
so long will those grains be used
by farmers for feeding purposes.
The question however is
whether they are really oheap
when fed exclusively. They may
cost less but the cost depends
upon the final result. If too muoh
oorn prevents'the hens from lay-
Ling by making them too fat to
lay then oorn is not oheap at any
price but when wheat and corn
can be made available in coneo-
tion with other-foods and the hens
are productive there is nothing
cheaper. Texas Farmer and
Imperfect dlgestiou is more
serious and far-reaching in
it effect than is generally
understood. This State of
health is like an opeu gate-
way to disease because
germs that may he In the
air we breathe at ouce belie
such au opportunity' to
attack! the vital organs.
They slowly nudei'mlne. the
strength and energy hud a
collapse comes usually at a
time when a strong healthy
body is mast needed.
Is a flue regulating toula
which filters through the
body casting out Injurious
matter .Stimulating the
digestion aud nourishing
and streugtheulug ever
weakened part. It alio purl
lies the blood sharpens the
appetite aud Lcreatesencrgy1
Iu this way it restores the
system to perfect order.
For neulti bowij moM
Il.tuLnc. belching f.ul
bicstb sod oth.r troubtti
due la lojli.itlon r Ob-
liuellou la tat b w sit
I'rlcti; AiU Ulttiti i
SOLD AT DRUQQISTS.
$1.00 Per Bottle.
ay BasTBros Drug Co
Iim. ll.ll. illlWHri.il
AYetfclablc PreDOMflonfbr As
ttng JheStomachs ondBowcls of
neas nndRcstContolns neither
XtoX HARJ3 QX1C.
A perfect Remedy fordcmstfpM
non'i Sour Stomach Diarrhoea
ness nnd Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature or
PC&CT COBY OP WHABflER.
Coffee is good or bad according
to where you got it and how
it has been prepared. Our
Cjoffee comes from the best
growers in the world and is
the kind that pleases and
makes breakfast a treat.
Leeson' s Grocery.
MRS. J. M. ANDERSON
Has a Nicely Furnished
HOME IN ST. LOUIS
No. 4066 Morgan St. West Eatl.
The best part of the city where
it is oool and oan make visitors
to the Fair comfortable at reas-
onable rates. Olive street oars
direot from Union Station. Olive
and Suburban oars direot to Fair.
The CfailaW Hotel
will hereafter be conducted on
the European plan. Regular
boarders by the week or month
will be. given speoial rates.
Good Pictures and
We make both try us.
Gorden & Groene
Rodden's old stand over Har-
dens Book and Music Store.
L. W. HOLLIS
Physioian & Surgeon
Office over HarrU1- Drug Store.
Phono 87. RoBidonco Phono 2i
WILL STITH t CO;.
Office East Side Pise Street OverCltlzeas
Ladies' underwear at 20 per
oent off for cash.
MoDaniel Mercantile Co.
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For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
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Prices as low as consistent
with the best work.
Major & Major
W. Pine St.
Vote in the Library Contest.
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New Float Line
I have started a new float line
with good teams and careful meni
and we promise you prompt and
satisfactory servioe. I aolioit a
share of your patronage. Offioo
with E. A. Pearoe.
Roberts phone 53; S. W. 264.
T. A. DANIEL.
Geo. W. Johnson
Phone: S. S. 194 Roberts 2Si
W. R HARRAL
Reliable Companies Represented.
Up stairs Ricfeard building.
Mts. F. Whitmfre
Dressmaker and ladies
Evening and Reception gowns
Agent for Cucxsmbt
Over Emporium Millinery.
Barfee Rhard Heldt
Shop . Pf0et0f-
Clean shaves smooth hair outa
Razors keen and towels olean.
Cbestaut Street Bpesileiniirur try
Harris' Drugstore iDlLCnt. It A
Phone yoar order to or.
Roberts 82 Southwestern 190
Prompt and courteous serrtce. Your ta.
IneM will be appreciated and kanli.i ni.
W. T Wilson Proprjttor
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Shook, L. B. Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, July 8, 1904, newspaper, July 8, 1904; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth333081/m1/4/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.