Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 333, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 3, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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It ia our pleasure to announce that we are giving away free t
Bome'one of our customers l
A $50.00 Steel Range
to advertise and introduce a certain lino of goods for which we havo
secured the agency -y (
In calling your attention to this line we feel that we can stand
sponsor for their fine quality and absolute purity and that with
one Trial you will continue their use in preferance to all others.
This Range is the very finest of its kind and with the goods is
now on exhibition at our store. Call and see it and wo shall take
great pleasure in explaining everything to you.
Some one of our customers will positively get this $50.00 Range
at absolutely no cost (except freight charged from the factory) so
vriijr nun jruu.i uuuia iiu ocu it.
D R. WALL & CO
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Challenge Gasoline Engines Dandy Wind
Mills Pumps Pipe Cylinders Hose.
Belting Packing Valves Cypress Tanks
Batn Tabs Sinks Lavatories Etc.
Firstclass Machine Shop
Up-to-date Plumbing a specialty
4I?s!4mI?I? t"ji"t"tfi?it t"t
J Good things to Eat
That's what we think about. JJ
That's (the way we make our money. ?
If we are not furnishing you your Jgroceries we -sS
want to. um
A trial order will convince you that our goods "!
are first-class in every respect.'' -
U. . WALL c& lAJiyur ASH X .JL
The Pinnacle of Hainan Skill
has been reached in our Carriages
Saddles and Harness. The only
way thay can ever be better is to
raise the pinnacle elevate the
standard even then our vehioles
will be found at the top.
They're not so high in nrices.
though as to be out of reach of
most K vehicle saddlo and harness
Users. Let us quote you figures.
ABILENE TEXAS. '
kIH yTfc fjg--
Parker Not So Safe.
The Parker "fever" is not so
warm as ten days ago as tho stato
conventions aro not tumbling
over eaoh other to instruct for
Pennsylvania's aotion in hold-
ing hoi? 04 dologatos' port for suoh
contingencies as may arise was
phrophetic and numerous othor
states havo followed her example
showing that outsido of New
York thoro is litte enthusiasm for
Parker and only two-thirds of
that stato convention were for
In Indiana Parker haB reoeivod
instructions for only two dele-
gates. In fact these two and
Parker's own stato alone show up
for him making 80 in all.
Hearst has New Mexico 0
Nevada 6 Rhode Island 8 South
Dakota 8 solid stato delegations
with v0 from Masaohusetts Ohio
4 a total of 38. It is known that
Hearst will control as many
as j Parker of the unin-
struoted votes 14G unless some
other formidable opponent
of Parher appears in the
race which Tammany will work
hard to bring about.
Olney has 24 instructed votes
and Gorman has a following
fully as strong.
A Chicago special to the Dallas
News dated Saturday last says :
"In demooratic ciroles Hearst
and Parker are still demanding
the attention of the public. While
last week the Parker fever seem-
ed abouf to sweep the sountry
the enthusiasm appears to have
abated and the list of uninstruct-
ed delegates grows apace."
Many districts in Illinois are
known to bo strong against Par-
ker. Hugh R. Anderson wh'o spent
the winter in New Orleans study-
ins: pharmacy returned home
last week and has taken a posi-
tion witfy A. R. Christopher in
the Abilene Drue: Co. He will
return to New Orleans in October
to complete his course.
Mrs. R. A. "White was to go out
to Deadman on Monday to spend
two weeks of her vacation with
relatives and friends. We hope
she will enjoy her visits and re-
turn home much benefitted by
oj mmmmmmmm smmomsNffWft
-Tiiru iiiur nniiim AT
That mammoth stock of
YOU WILL MISS IT IF YOU DO NOT SEE OUR STOCK BEFORE BUYING
snow white sheet of
glOss with a china
finish. shelves are
made of heavy wov-
en wire with a silver
This is (he handsomest refrigerator
on the market.
Center of attraction for ohoap-
ness and durability.
Non-porus and non-absorbent
has a smooth grazed
finish oan be easily cleaned
and kept absolutely FREE
FROM ANY ODORS OR
MATTER: Bottoms are
laid in cement making per-
fectly water tight.
E. E. Sadler of Caps renewed
his Reporter and Dallas News
Monday. Four renewals handed
to the editor that day and one
new subscriber besides the bus-
iness done at the office. Good
enough for dry woathetS
Everybody ought to read Com-
pere Brb's ad on "Slaughtered
J. F. Johnson of Buffalo
said Monday that while ho
his neighbors got a shower
aro bettor fixed than we
want more rain.
Determined to Keep Yoti Cool
during the long summer months will only bo appreciated
by seeing our lino of
Refrigerators and Gasoline Stoves.
COMB TO SIEIE US.
O-EO. Ii IF .A. ZXI T O 3ST-
r" Z iiiMiiimii m
I naycten xocey company
V (Incorporated Successors to Geo. Hayden.)
Its out business to sell groceries.
Its oar aim to please yar customers.
Its to voar interest to try us.
Pare fresh goods and absolute satisfaction. J
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
WlMHROt Zl WVWH
Successors to f& &
R. G. Anderson 8c Co.
ftft STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
GRAIN and FEED STUFFS.
26 Pine Street.
First Class Goods and Reasonable Prices.
You Pattonage Solicited
Southwestern Phone No. 43.
Roberts Phone ft No. ii.
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Bead Daily Reporter.
Ladies and Gentlemen We
pay S10 por 1000 cash oopying at
home; send atamp. Standard
Snppiy Cojnpany box 228 Wor-
Sam R. Cox renews his sub-
scriptions to The Reporter and
"TtwT lilI'iiV uui iTnW'WshrTiTT roriniinrTTrJi
lijig Hie Stomachs andBowcls ol
" lVl A w r Urvnlvnn (ifMniil
ariiEii ovinia iiuuivoi loupwou
her Reporter arid Dallas News
Best Bargain in Town: My
C. W. Bracken
Ralph's prices are lowest qual
The fnternaiional Correspond-
once Schools are teaching Civil
Service coursop. Hundreds o
persons nro training themselves
fpr bettor positions during spare
time. Why should you not do
the same? See the ad of Inter-
national Correspondence School
in this paper.
WILL STITH & CO.
(Hfke Gut SMe Mm Strat )ymCII!iih
Apcriecl Remedy Tor Consilpa-
lion Sour StomachtDiarrhocn
nndJLoss of SlJEEP.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
The Marie Fountain
One Week Commencing
Monday May 2nd
20 PEOPLE 20
With Band and Orchestra
I I I M
YtM HOTIUM MUMN. MCW VOa nT.
Repertoire of all now plays and
spocitrlttes Illustrated Songs
Copeland tho Marvelous Cycle
an'd Unioyclist. Boasley anc
Oretto Otto Acrobatic Singing
and Dancing Grotesque.
LENA HILL and COLE
Goldie Singing and Dancing
Ladies free Monday night when u t
accompanied by an escourt (lady
or gentleman) with one paid re-
served tiokot purohasod previous
to 0 p. m.
ADMISSION 25 35'and G0o
Matinee Saturday "Cindroill or
the Glass Slipper."
Barred Plymouth Rock Egga.
A limited number of sittings
from prizftjwinning pons for sale-
Also other full blood Barred Ply-
mouth Rook eggs Tor less money.
Sittings of 15 eggs.
W. G. Jackson
Barber Richard Hetdth
Clean shaves smopth hair outs.
Razors keen and towels olean.
Chestaut Street opposite
Mima urug store
llwrss 18.12. CHRONIC
Kouorta Phono 150
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Shook, L. B. Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 333, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 3, 1904, newspaper, May 3, 1904; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth333563/m1/4/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.