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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 20 June 1905

-! u t $ sr Soo Hughos for Hardware. J. A. Boyoo ia of on atrip bo Tond tho mountaina today. When you need painting or paper hanging think of Ralph Atlas Oats two 2 pound paok- agoa for 15 oonta at J. E. .. Hoh dry's. SpaUlding Brost havo good Hobo J come and prioe before you buy ' Mo. D. High of Roxton Lamnr county is horo looking after property interests. Mrs. M. A. Herring sold her property 6n Elm St. to H. H. Al- lison consideration $2500. ' ' ! R. C. Malone reports wheat in tho shook at Wichita Palls but only a little of it threshed. ii No occasion will surpass the coming event at Dial & Fisher's on June 22nd 23rd and 24th. Mrs. Edwards who has been teaching music at Caps left at e6n for her home inGeorgia V ii . mm ii M.cP. Robert's wheat oropof 35 acres ran betwoen 24 and 25 bushels and his oats 55 bushels. Ralph Darr has gone to Mer- kel to spend a few days with his cousin Master Boothe Warren. ' i m i We' guarantee oilr hose oan't we furnish you some The prioe is right....

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 20 June 1905

."'LF'1 I ? ARCHITECTURE. - It Origin Wii In ilia Primitive Abodes of Early Tribe. The primitive abodes o enrly tribes have left their impress upon the architecture of more cultured times for" various features' of tho most elaborate buildings arc pre- saged in tho rudest structures. Thq domo is seen in mound dwellings and in the Eskimo's snow hut slop- ing roofs in lent flies many storied masonry in the elevated chambers of cliff dwellers pillars in natural rock supports in caves lowers in treetop lookouts Bpires in tent poles. An arbor .formed by intertwining tho branches of adjacent trees would in time bo elaborated by the addi- tion of branches severed from other trees and of stakes to help support this augraentod roof. Thus would be doveloped eventually inclosed huts -with roofs of thatch and these by graflual stages would give place to cabins and framed houses. Similarly a wigwam develops into a tent and this by the substitution "N of mofe substantial material be- comes a perma...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 21 June 1905

ui px "a. DAILY REPORTER. .'' -i VOLUME IX ABILfeNE TEXAS WEDNESDAY' JUNE 1905. :: NUMBER 304 - . ; A Rf I P1F ftV IVv -i m K KV r i l "'"i u R Wc Have Wtat-Yoa Wo havo just olosod tho doalforT. B. Cross' ranoh 15 miles Bouth of Abilene whioh is tho very best located traot of land that Will go on the market this year. Within two miles of throe good schools churohes and three gins. Doubtless you know of have heard of this fine body of land. We are going to out it into small tracts and give long time 8 per cent. We oxpeot to havo all this jand sold by Soptemborlet.soif you oan't do any better come right on and pick out your blook and put up enough oaBh to hold the trade until fall.' First come first served. COWPWE Land Dealers and THE GENU.INE ARTICLE. Phone us your orders for jars and jelly- glasses. Prompt deliveries. . - ... BOGNE-MUELLER HARDWARE Company ED S.MlUOtiES President. J. M. CUNNINQHAM Vice President. THE FARMERS and MERCHANTS NATIONAL .BNK 9 I Capital and Surplus ABILEN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 21 June 1905

' ?tftf CORSET NEWS TwpsriNVEfn-iQf if 41 ItJm rfi'it p t iraix Your Favorite Is Here 'wwufojfcMi m tjm w iT ii tmim m '7 -- t?Vsli. . - t- i hi nniiiiithMtirmiiiM' ii m.(mA- .-'' .'.Jiiii.fr' fr liii in X ij&smvk I l:'! ' ... . .f Wo tfwiri fhiit nut innp am and I w w- . none but the best to know it as with everything else in this store. If not right we will make it right. ' It's your patronage we want and jr when we've got it we are going to tise every just effort to keep it. ABILENE DRY GOODS 44i44ti1444'4'44'4'444'4'4't'44'l' rfi THE ABILENE REPORTER L. B. 8H00IC editor GEO. S. ANDERSON proprietor Abilene Texas June 21 1905 ay erroneous reflection upon the char ncter standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation whlrh may appear In the columns of Th: Reporter will be gladly corrected on Its being brought to attention cf the publishers . .. i. .. ...in i. p.i- i i i ' "Winfield Soott James has just graduated with honors from the Rensselaer Polytecnic Institute at T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 21 June 1905

I I m W i y .. u r i) i Soo Hucrhos for Hardware. Ill ' ' ' iim 't;"' Awuujr t$ui in ibdv iiigitu wnuiu wjp 10 uia ivioxiuu. today. l . I . 1 I Wo aro glad to roport Dehor Hardwioko getting bettor. Just received a largo ship ment of 0 P. RooordB. . When you need painting .or papor hanging think of Ralph. 'I mn -' ' Tom Poevey reports a two yinon rain ai iiougea x uuauuy. It's getting dry and you need a new hose;- let Spaulding Bros. .' Bend it up. f Eat ice .cream and oako with tho B Y. P. U on the Baptist ohuroh lawn Thursday evening. Atlas Oats two 2 pound pack- ages for lfi cents at J. E. Hen- dry's. Spaulding Bros have good Hose; oome and price beforb you Ice cream and cake Thursday evening on Baptist' ohuroh lawn: Everybody.invited. Mrs. Geo. Calvin of Ft. Worth is expected Thursday on a visit to Hiss Parker. Jaok Jackson left at noon for Hioo to organize a tent of Maooa- bees. He 'will return Sunday. The order initiated twelve new members Tuesday night. Best House Paint. THERE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 21 June 1905

-v The Secret of Good Coffee Even tho boat houBokoopora cannot make a good oup of coffoo without good material. Ditty adulterated and quoorly blended coffoo wick as unscruptiloua doalora shovel over thou? counters' won't do. But toko tbo jpuro clean natural .flavored LION COFFEE the leader e! all package cHccs- tbo coffoo that for ovor a quarter of a century baa boon daily wolcpm'od in millions of bomo9---and you will make a drink fit for n king in Ibis way: ' HOW TO MAIft! GOOD COFFEE. TJia MON COFFER beeanse to get bBt results you mnit u the bet coffee. Grind jonr ItpN COFFEE ratlisr One. ' Uso "o tabltspoonful to ach cop and em; eitra for tho pot." First mix It with a little cold water enough to make ' a.fMck Mate aaa add white of an egg (If crk Ii to bo mod as a aettlcr) then follow one of tho following rule : lat. WITH nOILINO WATER. Add bollta water aaa lei II belt THREE MINUTES ONLY. Add a little cold water aaa act nMe Hve Bilaatcs to nettle. Serve promptly'. . . ... . .. 2d....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 22 June 1905

ABILENE DAILY REPORTER 1 1 VOLUME IX 4 ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 22 1 905. NUMBER. 305 i u-. i .ji ft I'l Hf I; ft A :r i . 9 v- t-r? We Have What Yo Want. Wo have just closed the deal for T. B. CrosB' ranoh 15 milea south of Abilene which is the very beat located traot of land that will go on the market this year. Within two miles of three good schools ohurchos and three gins. Doubtless you know of have heard of this fine body of land We are going to out it into small traots and give long time 8 per oent. We expect to have all this land sold by September 1st so if you can't do any better t come right on and pick out your block and put up enough cash to hold the trade until fall First come first served. COMPERE BROTHERS Land Dealers and Money Lenders. HHHMHRBkajM THE GENUINE ARTICLE I Phone us your orders for jars and jelly- glasses'. Prompt deliveries. BOONE-MUELLER HARDWARE Company anBBgHPlW I Mill II Mill U ED. S. HUOHES President. J. M. CUNNINGHAM Vice President. HENRY JAMES; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 22 June 1905

h MwMm9miif mwmm V"-rini err "" CORSET EWS 4 Tib 4 . 4 4 4 4 4 Your Favorite Is Here ''''itA:''i ''" '' - ' .' . '-"xtiFiJia. I- . ' " : . fc ;.?'--jAKKl v.. Trashy Corsets are a delusion and a snate ' m.'?PTtF!iJ'MfP'V.''' . ' y 'j--.f. .''! .' 'C1'"?.'. 4'--" I '- ' 'OTIMCmiWAICT IV Tun Mm HimiKto I J Wc foaad tliat out long ago and acted accordingly. Out enviable corset patronage has been bailt tip by keeping none bat the best makes. Want yoti for a corset customer. If otir corsets are not in every way satisfactory we want j to know it as with everything else in this store. If not right we will make it right. It's your patronage we want and 4 when we've got it we are going to use every just effort to keep it; 4 4 4 Remember this will yott when yo 've a v"E-.jv -. Xo btiy ijf tf tf? ":h ITOTJIS FOB BTJSHsT."ElSS: ABILENE COMPANY 4i4i4i4i44k4i44i444iJ:'4'44 i KE ABILENE REPORTER L B. SHOOK EDiton GEO. S. ANDERSON propiiietor Abilene TexaB June 22 1905 UNIONgtABEt Any erroBeoua refl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 22 June 1905

h ffl I ' ' Hughos for Hardware. ii iBf (jfpaby Is off on a trip to rlalno. fjst roooivod a large ahSp- rt n D TCnnrtiwIa (rv..x)HW.uBV lurry Tom King Esq. goea Jtatnford this afternoon. you want tho boat try aomo Sides' Mother Broad. . ihon you need painting or jor hanging think of Ralph. I in . .. fob a loaf of Mothor bread for. Br or aupperat J. Sides only 'B getting dry and you need a Vhoao let Spaulding Brp.a. lb UJJ. t. Propse attended the.Hodge- aus weddlnt? at Tuaoola Wed- liday night. it c ce oream and cake Thursday ming On Baptist ohuroh lawii. erybody inVited. ). Sides' new baker is the fineat md and cake baker in the city. tiqf&atjon guaranteed. fiAlra. Prank Wriaten and ohil- en came in from Big Springa 3ay on a Visit to relatives. No oooaaion will surpasa the ming eyent. at Dial & Fiaher'a ii June zzna zdruunu. -sui. ! W iiiiiiini- We guarantee our hoae oan't a furnish you aome. The price right. Spaulding Bros. If you want the best try some 't(J. Sides' celebra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 22 June 1905

-4 lMWWM "'" v ' I.'. ' W" i-.' h ji. '.. I 11 I! lu ) A Solamn Duly. A solemn duty which we bwe society our children and our selves Is that nothing which can be done to assist nature at that time when our wives arc to uecomc mowers should be left undone. Of all the countless details to be observed at such a' time no sinele one Is of more ) Importance than the moilicr; SIlC musi nui CApci nunc uuuub auuuiug through any lack of effort on our part. MOTHER'S FRIEND should be the recourse of all real men and women at such times j it U easily obtainable and It Is a positive crime not to procure It Its offices. n rl.v tli mturlM ntid tissues inlini&tclv associated in this ereatest of the Creator's phenomena and by simple external applications a result is obtained which at the appointcdUmc permits the mother to undergo her greatest joy with fortitude and'bring into the world a child worthy of its parents fci.oo all druggists. Our book " Motherhood " sent free. DRADF1ELD REGULATOR OO. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 28 June 1905

1 DAILY dIJL lui i C IVJLwJi VJJ 1 vJL JLdL.t &' VOLUME DC. ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY TUNE 28 1905. NUMBER 30 M IWe Have Wjbai Yon Want. Wo hnv 4mf. nlr'.snrl Mia flnnJ fnr fP. R. flrnnn' ranch. 115 miles south of Abilene which is thd Very best located traot of land that will go on the market this year. Within two miles of three good sohools ohurohea and three gins Doubtless you know of have heard of this fine body of land.' We are going to out it into small trnrtfa ntiil Mvo lnnr tima ft imk nnnt Wn nrnnnt t.n hnvn nil thin 'H and sold by Septemberlet so if you oan't do any better come ngiib uij uiiu jJiujt. uui yuur uiuum. uiiu pui up ouuugii uuou m uuiu the trade until fall. First come first served. - liY epE taflT mraKHS Land Dealers and Money Lenders. LET THE MEN WASH If they will not buy you a White Lilly Washing- Machine Saves lots of time and hard work and does away with washday back aches Can furni9h best ref- erences as to good work J&do.es. ri. .-). i-h.j.3-. BOONE-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 28 June 1905

iiimiiMi'inmwMgB 3jrtBw MatsMn iitntiwwwp ( TTfrTTtTttTlttrttrt?''''t' .tH'HrlTlTir't'i N CORSET NEWS wy.i...iMlil'iiii't'i""'''W" ' .- ;'' ..'...' Your Favorite Is Here '-' -Xmmm-:'-' . 'ik3G3K krfwJwHnw f V TWHEST INVENTION ' TUMrUMMtttTCnO ' ' UA4- kYi Ur ' S1 JmI ill. ;!' ;;: Trashy Corsets aire a j;;.;;'':.diWSiOii and a snare . -;; -2 a li. ' i J' ' '.v.. iWv.' . r fe VJ1.L- ' . .5 i "' .' . ".. VJ ".' 8;'' V ' - i-"'': ' We fdtmd that oat long ago and acted accordingly. Oar enviable corset patronage has been built tip by Seeping none bat the best makes. Want yqa for a corset customer. If oar corsets arc not in every way satisfactory we want to know it as with everything else in this store. If not right we will make it right. It's yoar patronage we want and when we've got it we are going to use every jast effort to keep it. RememBe this will yt9 when yoti've a To buy iff fr t? rib IT OTJOES FOR. BTTSUDsTfESS: ABE.ENE DRY GOODS COMPANY Aitii4i444t4i4i4t4i4i4i4i4t4444i4i4i4''t k...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 28 June 1905

It I V l?ft - SJ w If - V. KV ' V. - . r Seo Hughos for Hardware. Mifis Halo of Anson who has boon visiting hor sistor Mrs. H. T. King has gono to Dallas on a visit. Capt. D. P. Whita ono of tho pionoora of Taylor oounty is horo today onrouto homo to Toyah from a trip of throo wooks oast. His friends are glad to see him again. Thos. RusboII got back from Snyder Tuesday night. Ho has to wait a oouplo of wooks for more briok to be burned. He is putting up a bank and other buildings. f ii i Miss Lila-May Hill has gone to Mineral Wells on a pleasure trip leaving on the noon overland to- day. x Dr. T. W. Watson a qualified Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist has looated in Abilene and is prepared to treat all diseases of horses -oattle and dogs. Office at McCoy's Livery Stable. Wanted: Position as book keeper or oashier by competent young lady Can furnish best of referenoe. Address B. care of Reporter offioe. Mrs. B. J. Rogers and daugh- ter Miss Maud and sons L. A. and Bertram came in from F...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 28 June 1905

S :!- tWW-f" .. W j. - fr . I wi-i i rut jut up i-iviwo '!B .... .. ' .--. OAK B TOIXT RKAUZKD WHIN XOO US-l J The Popular Liver Medicine Will Keep You Well A OUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TOR- PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system with Arsenic Calomol and Quinine. They act as rank poisons which vitiate the blood dobilitate tho system and leave a trail of bad symptoms which require years to obliterate. HERO- INE is purely vegetable and contains no mineral or narcotio poisons to absolutely harmless and is tho simple remedy of nature. It carries off all poison in the system and loaves no injurious effects. CURED BY HERBINE AFTER OTHER REMEDIES FAILED Mr. fc. A. Hicks Iredell Tas. a-71: "I - sick Itt bed for eight months with liver txopble the doctor seemed to do me no good. I was told to try Herbine and it cored me In a short time. I cannot recommend this wonderful medicine too highly" TAKE IT NOW! LARGE BOTTLE. 51c GET THE GENUINE Ballard Snow Liniment Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 30 June 1905

-fa.ff 'xsy vj"'r;?''" ABILENE DAILY REPORTER. L Js' ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 30 905. NUMBER 312 '?tiffti?r?fEriritttf!r ! We Have WHat Yoa.Want. . Wo have lUBt olosedthe deal fori?. B. Cross' ranoh 15 miles I v south of Abilene. whioh is the very beat located traot of land that ii will e-o on tne mantel mib voar. wnnm i-wu uiuod wnoo e schools ohurches and three gins. Doubtless you know of have heard of this fine body of land. We are going to out it into small traots and give long time 8 per oent. We expect to have all this and sold by September 1st so if you can't do any better oome right on and piok out your blook and put up enough cash to hold the trade until fall First oome first served. Land Dealers and Money Lenders. ' HfcLI'J fr fcT'JTB&T LET THE MEN WASH If they will not buy you a White Lilly Washing Machine. Saves-lots of time and hard work and does away with washday back aches. Can furnish best ref- erences as to good work it does. ''- The Kendalls." j At the Christi...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 30 June 1905

;'V;ffltT"r('U"ll'''"w mm X'''''' t"t!rit"ftitM 1 tjTitttiiftfiJtijtttl!tX CORSET NEWS V. 't Your Favorite Is Here A '-. .w .. ' hi' ' . JS ' - -'A'. . " r 0."..- . v t '- : "' " V'" . . r ' (WBt ! ! We found that out long ago and none but the best makes. Want you 1 to know it as with everything else in when we've got ABILENE DRY GOODS iliili fHE ABILENE REPORTER L. B. SHOOK editor GEO. 8. ANDERSON proprietor Abilene Texas June 30 1905 Any erroneous reflection upon the char- acter standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Reporter Will be gladly corrected on its Doing brought to attention of the publishers. Clubbing List. Reportor and Dallas News 1 yr. $1.50 " " Republld " 1.50 " Pt.W'th Record ' 1.50 ' Houston Post " 1.50 " Parm&Rancn " 1.50 " " Commoner " 1.50 T. & P. Schedule. DAY TRAIN. No. 0 eastbound 11:47 a. m. No 3 westbound 4:20 p m. NIC1HT TRAIN. No. 4 eastbound 12:05 a. m. No. 5. westbound 3:36 a. m. R. M. Biar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 30 June 1905

) r Soe Hughes for Hardware ftfra; Osoar Wilson is in from Hho ranoh visiting hor frionds Whon you nood painting or ipapor hanging think of Ralph. II PM I I II Ioe oroam suppor tonight with beautiful muslo thrown in. Hoar tho band j W. L. Qrogan Esq. is baok it lruia a irip 10 oiaimoru anu uin- or towns. J. S. Hiatt wont down to Ciooo ( Thursday to visit his son Frank and family. h Band oonoort at tho denot nla- )za tonight. Eat oroam and hear the musio. Mr. MingUB ib having hiB home on Cypress and North Sixth nice- ly repainted. Miss Mineola Stinohoomb has gone to Big Springs on a visit of two or three weeks. Presiding Ejlder John R. Mor- risf our city is to lecture at Sweetwater tonight. Mrs. Pinoham who has been quite siok a month is very muoh l better we are glad to state. I m J. D. Horn of Audra was in last night to start his wife on her way to Athens to visit relatives. Mrs. Lee Estes and ohildren are visiting relatives in our oity according to the Baird Star. Dr. Pitts has lo...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 30 June 1905

iiEIhimIiIhmi hm JLL I jUUW .UiWsr J!!- rtP. iiiTW'TilifitliJl'Ma - HJff)W" " "Sflf flW 3TTFBCW n t 1 n f & 'r S I Hetc at Home. XbileneiCiiiisGladly Tes- tify. It 18 testimony Hko tho following that has placed "tho old Quaker Remedy" so far nbovo competitors. Whdn pooplo right'hore at homo raise tholr voico in pralso thoro is no room left for doubt. Rcad'tno puDlic Rtntomontof an Abileno oitizon: M. 'A. Muollor of Mueller Bros. sad- dlers on South FirSt St. and living on Poaoli St. Abllono Texas says: "1 had somo troublo with my kidneys for nearly a year boforo I got Doan's Kiu- noy Pills at L H. Bradfidld's drug storo. Thoro was a dull aching pain in tho small of my back that was very annoy- ing and mado mo very rostloss at night. Tho secretions from the kidneys woro too frequent and irregular. Ono box of Doan's Kidnoy Pills was alj I required to put my back in good shapo and cor- rect tho kidnoytJccretions. My younger brother who was troubled in a similar manner was also cure...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 1 July 1905

ABILENE DAILY REPORTER. -.fc Urn LUME IX. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY JJJLY I J905. NUMBER 33 fre Have What You Waat. Wo have just oloaod tho deal for T. B. Cross' ranoh 15 miles th of Abilene whioh is tho very best looated traot of land that 1 go on the market this year. Within two miles of three good Jnools ohuroheB and three gins. Doubtless you know of have lard of this fine body of land. We are going to out it into small Kinfa nn1 !ira Innn Kma ft nan nanf Wa nvnnnir t.n hn.VO fill tnlfl rwvu uAU JJ4 1TW AWUg UAUAW KJ JJUI WV..V. If w.wwi . .. . d sold by Septomber 1st so if you oan't do any better oome jht on and piok out your blook and put up enough oash to hold 'e trade until fall. First oome first served. i U i W WTOlE .BROTHWS. Land Dealers and Money Lenders. . - LET THE MEN WASH If they will not buy you a White Lilly Washing Machine Saves lots of time and hard work and does away with washday back aches. Can furnish be9t ref- erences as to good work it does. w ONE-MUELLER HARDWA...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 1 July 1905

CORSET NEWS Your Favorite Is Here a.i -.'tar V; ; '- 'V'. ' '"-V . '.'' 5' J'-' &".- We found that oat lone: ago and none but the best to know it as with everything else in wnen we ve got ABILENE 4i4iaaei$i4a$4 Oats Good. Sam Winter was in today from HodgeB feeling good over two faots first that he has his oats safely threshed and seoond that they are of a fine grade and made 55 bushels per acre. T. O. Anderson's oats were very fine in quality the best that machine had found until it got to Mr. Brazeel'a and Mr. Eubank's orops both of whioh were as good or better. Mr. Anderson's turned out 47 bushels per aore the others more. Shot Himself. Haskell June 27. Ramon A1-' exander son of F G. Alexander killed himself Sunday evening last by shooting. He was with a fishing party on the Clear Fork of the Brazos. The body was found in a ravine Monday .Dal- las News. Your Alleys. Please pile up tin oans and other nibbiBh in the alleys so that our wagons can gather them up and give the mowe...

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