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

t wL S w wJLj 5 J- J- -HIOO vs ABILENE stasis Thursday Ftiday. foen fifomiscs to be cfi t.a a mctced team bom the Western League which has (list disbanded. Everybody come inside and pay the small idmisslon - St This te taken from Htco's letter: 4iWe expect to win all three games." ' ' CHAS. HOOKER Mgr. Hlco Ball Team. e Hughes for Hardware. m ';' IHioo vs. Abilene base ball. e ad in this issue.. jRbbfr. Hillger has been oon- led tdhis bed the past four or Ivedays with high fever his. fiends are sorry to hear. Miss Nellie Kerr of Big Springs here; vising her friend miss inriie Merahon. Mr.Mershon's Ettleour-year-old. boy gave a Reporter soribe this item ana irhen we asked him how to spell rr he said; "e o i." That boy pould malste a good newspaper respondent. Durward Wright is quite siok i the home of his father Tom fright at Nugent.- Hie temper- Iture went as high as 106 three ays in succession button Mon- y it seemed that it was- unaer Iratrol. We hope that it will rove so.' ' ' ' ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 22 August 1905

rHsw "" ' j.wjiHirtnfn ii """" rin rt i. '." nniwitiKntf w n" "T"1!-1 - i i MM .. . -"- - ' ' " i m E. Iv .'1 I .'A IS' K I ft m . "" PAUL JONES. t HMUftt Y.r War Not f Pov.rty and Qbteurtty. liven Hnncliotlc tho JVcnch- navkl authority speaks of John Paul Jones as having died in great wretchedness obscure and poor. Xt is such outrageous pcrvorsionB of trufh that I have felt impelled to meet and combat. Af tor tho war of tho Revolution Jonjea was -received in London with the .greatest distinction Tho. Army and Navy club delighted to honor him. Burko nnd Fox' woro his fa- miliars. Horace Walpolo was his lntitnato friend. To them oil ho was "dear Paul." Tho only act of "piracy" over alleged against him was'ihis descent upon Selkirk castlo whence somo of his men failing to find; Lord. Selkirk carried nway tho family pla'to. Learning of the pil- lage Jones immedmtcly after get- ting back 'to Brest purchased it out of nis own pocket . and returned it to Lady Selkirk with a letter of polb...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 23 August 1905

ABILENE DAILY REPORTER VOLUMES. ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23 905. NUMBER 49 9 Lands Fo Sale! t! i pL' or pT A fifty dollar gold plooe has ' 'tiiaf' Vrtnn anl3 r l? O T.rvtfin ft e Tom W. Cross ranoh ("3;600 aoroB) 14 miloa aouth of Abilene "L ... x. .. i.i . nnr n. aaln in at1T -.. ' UUnoil OIUUB KJ VUIUBgU UU1U 2.400'aores 9 miles S.' W. of fiaird In Callahan county in email oolleotor. The United State never vl ttulitf j J5000 acres for sale the same way at Sylvester in Fisher county on tne new unont Railroad. 160 aorea good unimproved land 8 miles north of Eskpta for $1200 168 acre fruit and truck farm 1 1-2 milos from Clyde 35 aorea in cultivation $30 por. acre. 100. aores near Moro40 noes in oltivation for $1400. 104 aorea near Moro17 acres in cultivation for $1100. 109 aores near.Moro 70 aorea in cultivation $1744. 9 1-2 aoresi miles papf 80 aores in cultivation for $250Q. 175 aores 3 milos of Caps 7C aores in cultivation for $15 per acre. 15 aores 1 mile north of Simmons ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 23 August 1905

T 1 1 'i M mm Vf"' mm IWIlllllWII.HlWlHI''M''"!l '''"'" l""" """""" I OUR CLEANING-UP SALE f I Is now on for the Balance of this montli--lg$t : This means a saving on a good many articles that you have either a' present or future need for. In every department are odds and ends I lelt overs or goods that will be out of style next season. These have . -' I had all profit and some times part of cost taken off. We give you prices on a few articles here below: SUMMER DRESS GOODS 10 12 12 and 15o Cold Organdy olean-up price c 10 12 1-2 and 16o Fanoy Batiste oloan-up price ... 5C 10 12 1-2 and 15o Cold Lawns olean-up prioe 5c White Dotted Swisses olean-up prioe T 1-3 OFF White Organdy olean-up price k I-3-0FF White Persian Lawn clean-up prioe.... 1-3 OFF White Aire Cloth olean-up prioe 1-3 OFF White Laoe Striped Dimity clean-up price 1-3 OFF CLOTHING MenB2-pieoe All Wool Cheviot olean-up prioe -3 OFF Mens 2-pieoe Hard Twisted Worsted olean-up prioe ' . . . . -3 OFF Mens Light Weight Pants ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 23 August 1905

HIOO vs ABILENE .A.T Thursday Friday and Saturday Atigtisfc 24 25 2.6 Hico promises to be the strongest team ever in Abilene as she has a picked team torn the Western League which has jfist disbanded. Everybody come inside and pay the small admission - - - - - - 25 Cents. P. S. TWs is taken from Hicos letter: "We expect to win all three gaoies." CHAS. HOOKER Mgr. Hico Ball Team. HIMBMBHHBHBMMHHHHBIMHHaBHHHMiZSIZE V "WJC? 4 See Hughes for Hardware. Base ball. Manhattan shirts 'at Miller's. Mrs. Gilliland left lay tor unioicaana i. yest.er- T.j to fvidit her two brothers David and f Jim HiU. l V Ellis Carter has resumed his slaoe attheMinter Dry Goods Co. after -spending his vaoation at iMineral Wells and other points las far east as Dallas. m Hioo vs. Abilene base ball. ISee ad in this issile. Dr. N.K. King and wife of 3t Louis are here on a vibic . to iHarry Trim King and family. "hey have been here several days. H. T. King Esq. is off to Dal las but will return tonight. 'Killis" Eu...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 23 August 1905

-.T.i.atiUiri.TiinfrtTii-fi-"-i '"' ''"""'"' iiinniifiiftiwftw .. . iilii i iiin'ii' nir-iil itiiViwmirfl iim iirr town. COWING A JANITOR. A Cm of Disciplining and th Way It Worked Out Ono day Wilkinson got and and determined to discipline tho janitor. "Why ia it" he Said "that every timo anyuody in this building loses anything you ask Ms If wo know what haa become of it?" "Becauao" tho janitor roplied yovi are the only folks that nover lose anything." r The next morning nfrived. "We're short a bottlo of milk" Wilkinson shouted down tho dumb .waiter shaft. "Whero iB it'?" "I don't know Blr" tho janitor answered humbly. 'Til see if I can find it." "Why aaid lira. Wilkinson "we got our milk." "Don't worry" said her husband. "Of course he can't find it but it will do him good to hustle and stow a little." About fifteen minutca later Wil- kinson was summoned to the dumb waiter. "Here'B your milk" said the janitor. "I'm Bony I mado a mistake before." Wilkinson was bewildered. "Now where ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 24 August 1905

X VOLUME X. 'ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 24 1905. NUMBER 40 U mk.MM4 I KCIwtvlJDK M '4 Lands FoSalel Lands Fot Sale! The Tom'W. Cross ranoh 3B00 aoroa) 14 miles south of Abilono now for sale in small traots. t '2400 aorea 0 milos S. "W. of Baird In Callahan county in email ' traots. v 5000 .aores for sale tho same way at Sylvester in Fisher county on the now Oriont Railroad. 160 aoree good unimproved land 8 miles north of Eskota for $1200 168 aore. fruit and truok farm 1 12 miles from Clyde 35 aores in . cultivation $30 por aore. 100 acres near Moro 40 aores in oltivation for $1400. 104 aores near Moro 17 aores in cultivation for $1100. ' ' 100 aoresnoar Moro 70 aores in cultivation $1744. It 96 i-2'aorea 12 miles Capf 80 aores in cultivation fdr $2500. 175 aores 3 miles of Caps 75 aores in cultivation for $15 per aore. 15 aores 1 mile north oiSimmons College 7 aores in cultivation for $1J0Q. k 202a ires farm and general mercantile store in Taylor Co. for sale or trade for good rd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 24 August 1905

pet-tpfi. M - MiT f I ''''t'!iTit'4'rltt(tft'tf TlttrifiTitrt''itrit'TtrTritrifTitrH4rtritr4'TTM OUR CLEANING-UP SALE Is now on for the balance of this month--fl p $f .4 r FTTThia mpans n. fiaTrins1 nn a onnd manv arirtlfls fchn.f xrrm lia.frft mf1-ii a 4 n i n r . present or future need for. In every department are odds and ends lett overs or goods that will be out of style next season. These have 1 had all profit and some times part of cost taken; off. We give youf ( prices on a few articles here below: SUMMER DRESS GOODS ? 10 12 1-2 and 15o Cold Organdy olean-up prioe t 10 12 12 and 16o Panoy Batiste olean-up prioe . 10 12 1-2 and 15p Cold Lawns olean-up prioe ....... fbil i 5c 5c 5c 4 White Dotted Swisses olean-up prioe -3 OFF f White Organdy olean-up prioe . 1-3 OFF $! White Persian Lawn clean-up prioe .. 13 OFF White Aire Cloth olean-up prioe . . . . i .' 1-3 OFF nJUUI UBVD k?bllJOU MJlUil.VJf liiDaU'Up (lUO ........ w . J wj. J. CLOTHING Mens 2-pieoe All Wool Cheviot olean-up...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 24 August 1905

555E9K There's Notliiot Smarter H. H. MILLER i ' SeefHughos tor Hardware. Mrs. Harkrider oorner of Poaoh and South Fourth is re- I ported eiok. " i W T. Young of the MoCamanfc district reports ootton shedding 'worse than at this time last year. . A speoial progam will bo ren- dered by the Mission and. Aid Sooiety at the. First Baptist ChurchFriday afternoon at 5 :30 o'olook. A cordial invitation to All. Mrs. J. W. Evans Chairman Program Committee. Mrs. E. L. Matkin and ohildren of Ennis oame in Tuesday to vis- it C T. Matkin and family of our pity. Mrs. Matkin' s husband r died at Beaumont two' months ago our neighbor going to his bedside as ourTeaders will re- member. Tom Peevey brings the usual report of shedding oo ton from Hodges. People there are get- ting ready to pick cotton. x The Abilene Kindergarten and Primary sohool will open .Sept.. 11th at 326 Orange Street. Mrs. ' F..8. Curtis teaoher Miss Wil- lie'Hardie Assistant. et -. i - U Ti ?. T . 1 V t . A. v jk.. v . ivey ret...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 24 August 1905

aw.frujc. . . ..... MMJ t .mmMI . ' .. . 1 1 T H E" : ; : A B I L E NE T E X AS 28 29 September : 26 WE ST Tp y a c JL JK4 JrmJ T7 A TD ' SfmHflm . HHj 'flH ifllft h M - On the above dates the West Texas S P i ! in addition to. the regular fair premiums and farmers iill doj we'll to preserve everything of a nature thai; is exhibited. Max E. Andrews SECRETARY In Matter of Bankrupt Proceedings Against Sieffcns & Lowden. Hon. W'. B. Paddock of Et. Worth who is aoting aB referee in aboye matter Referee Legett of our place being disqualified oame in on Monday night and on Tuesday morning oonvened hiB oourt at our Federal Court build- ing. The bankrupts O. W. Stef. fens and J. G. Lowden being present they were sworn and .their examination had. They were examined by J. M. Wag- staff and A. H. Iirby Esqs. rep- resenting creditors'. The exami- nation of both was oonoluded during the morning session and it affords us pleasure to state that nothing was developed in any wise reflecting on t...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 26 August 1905

0 & VOLUME X. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 26 1 905. NUMBER 42 ARIL t V f Lands Fo Sate! Lands Fot Sale! Tho Tom W. Cross ranch (3500 aoros) 14 miles south of Abilono now for salo in small traots. 2400 aores 9 miles S. W. of Baird In Callahan county in small tracts. ' 5000 acres for Bale tho same way at Sylvester t in Fisher oounty on the new Orient Railroad .'.. 160 aores good unimproved land 8 miles north of Eskota for $12UU 168 aoro fruit and truck farm 1 1-2 miles from Glydo 35 aores in cultivation $30 per aoro. 100 aoros near Moro 40 aores in oltivation for 81400. 104 aores near Moro 17 aaros in cultivation for 81100. 109 aores near Moro 70 aores in cultivation 81744. 98 1-2 aoros 1-2 miles Cnpf 80 aores in cultivation for 82500. 175 aoros 3 miles of Caps 70 aorod in cultivation for 815 per aoro. . 15 aores 1 mile north of Simmons College 7acres in cultivation for $1500. m t 202 aores farm and general mercantile store in Taylor Co. for sale or trade for good ranch land. 3o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 26 August 1905

il.Vri-tiir. t'lfit. "rTT; tiZ2tXif4 I C 'Return of j SHERLOCK HOLMES j By A. CONAN DOYLE Author of "The Advanturtt of Sherlock Holme" Th Hound of the Biikervlllei." "Tho Sign of th four." "A Study In Set-let." Etc. I The Adyeniure of ihe Empty House No. 1 of the Series (CHitltht Hit 1 A. &. Dtfl tni Cb (ctiriihi ltos h iucttn rSittitt a c.) IT vf&B In tho spring of tho year 1S91 that nil London was Interested and tho fashionable world dis- mayed by tho murder of the Hon. Ronald Adair under most unusual and Inexplicable olrcumstanees. The public lias already learned those particulars of tht crlmo which came out in the pollco Investigation but a good deal was sup- pressed upon that occasion slnco tho case for the prosecution was so over- whelmingly strong that it was not nec- essary to bring forward all the facts. Only now at the end of nearly ten years am I allowed to supply1 those missing links which make up the wholo of that remarkable chain. The crlmo wns of In- terest In...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 26 August 1905

MtWlWimiMl'iWilDil'liiiWHHI - t- IHIHllUUW jIMl' " :f ' f I .j '"' ') i: a - t I'' . I !-' f 'V r' i- A. . IS- F 'JsHPKSR.' I Tbnt angular shallow tip yonder was the bait nml wo tvero tho huntora. In fillonco wo Stood togotlicr In the tlnrk ncs8 nnd wultued tlio hurrying llffurca who pilflged tiud rciinsBctl In front of us Holmes wns sllcut and motionless Jbtjt. I could tell that boWns keenly nlort nnd that hid eyes wcro fixed ln tntly unoiJ tuo stream of passcrshy It was n bleak and boisterous nlfiut and tho wind whtBtiod shrilly down the long Btrcet. Many pooplo were moving to nnd fro moat of Uicm miMlcd In their coata and cravnts. Onco or twlco It seemed to mo that I hnd scon the samo fljturo beforo. nnd I especially noticed "two men who nppeared to bo.Bhcltcrlug Hionitfclves from tho wind In tho door- way of a house somo dlstnncc up tho street. I tried to draw my companion's .attention to them but ho gave a llttlo ejaculation of lmpntlcnco nnd cbntln- ued to stnro Into tlio stre...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 26 August 1905

to! iilrv OUR CLE ANING-UP SALE it An a This means a saving on a good many articles that von ha.v Ait o I present or future need for. In every department are odds and ends I . a. ammmm mh . - B J J w TI B. ieT leu overs or gooas mat wm oe out oi. style next season. These have $) & I had all profit and some times part of cost taken off. We give you prices on a few articles here below: J SUMMER DRESS GOODS Tk 10 12 1-2 and 15o Cold Organdy olean-up price -"4 10 12 l-2.and 15o Panoy Batiste olean-up price .. '.... . . 10 12 12 and 15a Cold Lawns olean-up pride 5c 5C 5c Jfc White Dotted Swisses olean-up price 'Whitn'"OrfnTirJw olaon.urt rlnn .. ..w w.wiu viUUU-Ul JlllUD.iii. ...... White.Persian Lawn clean-up price . . . .& "White Aire Cloth clean-up price j.t White Lace Striped Dimity clean-up price. f 1-3 OFF 1-3 OFF ......: -3 OFF I-30FF 1-3 OFF CLOTHING Mens 2-pieoe All Wool Cheviot olean-up .price Mens 2-pieoe Hard Twisted Worsted olean-up price Mens Light Weight Pants olea...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 26 August 1905

TT BfiMtli'tB U &D V YlS r f w V"st We Want Yot Head 4 . '" " m svih fC i "BliB frft fffl Vv ju7tu Om !1- S snrr -i 111 n -i 111 i i i i to try out new Fall Street Hats on A NEW SHIPMENT in Turbans and Sailo effects positively the newest designs and shapes in the most tip to date materials. ' PATENT LEATHER All the Rage. We have patent leather Sailors and Polo hats hence yot can not afford to wait hut see oar line if yoa want EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS and CHEAPEST PRICES. See Show Window Display. . W. GRIMES COMPANY s l (fc ) There's Nothing Smarter Than one of the new "Gan Metal" gray suitings. We show them in quiet plaids and mixtures. $f 5 to $35 is the price range and whether you pick a $15 or a $35 fabric the suit will have to be made to your individual measure and a perfect fit is assured.. A PAYING PURCHASE. H. H. MILLER The Tailor; Furnisher - Hatter and Shoer. See Hughes for Hardware. ' the grocery line oall ' on Moore xjiua. is vu. Ask flam Baldinger about the oow Dr. Cunyue a...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 26 August 1905

! 4 r n 3ei Ifr tSB m$mmm mVmm tmmvm jQMwafwuwuaaflttit1 ; T H E" WEST TEXAS FAIR September 27 TEXA S5 28 29 30 : J905 On the above dates the "West -Texas Eair will present its NINTH ANNUAL '.'' ''0'Jy ;" E N T E R T A I N MENT and the management wishes to announce that it has secured a splendid line of SPECIAL PREMIUMS in addition to the regular fair premiums and farmers will do well to preserve everything of a. nature that is exhibited. The Racing Feature Will Surpass Any Previous Year r . ' . . . ' t ' Remember also we have a premium for the Av' Largest Family Attending tke Fait in a Body. A family will be construed to consist of father mother and children. Register at 'the Secretary's Office with names of the entire family. Premium Lists will Be Ready Soon and can be had by calling on on addressing; tbe Secretary. Genet al Admission s 25 Cents Max R. Andrews SE CRETARY MORGAN WEAVER T n . president J. Mo uunmngnam TREASURER WWM3MMM Do yot know That most mixed paints and so-calle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 26 August 1905

if Th Difference Between the Work of Reynolds and Gainsborough. The contrast between these two great artiste Hoynolds nnd Gains hnrnnirli. in nlmnHt the differenco TWO GREAT ARTISTS between art nnd nature. Reynolds and trust him. His friond Mr. wp learned in What other painters Mcnpcs has drawn an amusing pic- had done and had roduccd his1 own turo of how ho would proceed with art to a system. Gainsborough some stray littlo child of the streets found almost everything for him- whoso beauty or picturesque tatters soif never lost tho simple natural had caught his eye. A few wdrds way of looking ht things and peoplo anu a smno anu tno emia womu ac- and painted not according to rule company him to her home. A hard- but at the dictates of what he felt er step was in explaining to the Ebvnoldft planned out h effects: mother who was willing enough bIio planned GaTsborotigh painted on tno spur of the impression which the subject ' aroused. Reynolds' art was based i on safe general principle...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 26 August 1905

HP I WfcTI II MM 1 Ml MBMMB5MBiEM98acaaae 1 SIMMONS COLLEGE WILL BEG! N IT'S FOURTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION On Tuesday August 29'05 n L 1 ! 1 :v i i t n Pi i Si ; sei all ! p; foi '. -K'&iJl A "jS wwwyTfn il .;?? ?.BttL'n.y?l i tfirj M PIE! ij-m '.-i iw a: uvM l rants ' "MBV'r'TOF! .iKflHlnrtttVWteSaaS t . . ' Mm &r(MM&&lm. WJ& -i i vwiwnr rjr..y".TMJ' wm msm s$w JasmnWySt & s ' ". !! v -ni" Ijyjr i Jiiii"" hi"" ' laT ttl' In i art a0 iwSTi "ww WWm t? n t. m iv i'n at rm Hat ? j u us jint n tt-mcnr. i'j ei wi Rxi-cjci. mhk fWTiWf?filf. :v'isV&i KWS?L'l;fe95j raKlffiMSWiii csss iHEta hi mmm Km4 ' s $ 1 dk- vw RECITATION HALL -fy Iv&vPwifl (M Mf IbV pH ftKxysv -1-j.tt "'itr ffBiJi lLjl 1L3I ILaJl 1 LLr 45Pcti MHHhI IhI PfflSuBH Anna hall On Tuesday new students will be ex- amined matriculated and classified. On Wednesday old students will fee classified. On Thursday August 3i opening ex- ercises will be held in the College Chapel and daily recitations will b...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 28 August 1905

VMK.TWW- TJlT.r1BfW --.if.-- jrjfacft'ty.iyjirr. V .-V ' .v P. t. ( r .V r'.v Jkvri -" T- ? r - . A7j t? . 'v W$l j - " $? ! .'i- VOfcUMEX; ABILENE TEXAS MONDAY AUGUST 28 1 905. NUMBER 44 ABILENE DAILY REPORTER 'fe-AI 4 H B Lands For Sale! ThtfTomW. Cross ranch (3600 ooroa) 14 miloS south of Abilene now for s&lo in small traots. 2400 acres 9 miles S. W. of i3aird In Callahan bounty in small traots. 5000 aoros for sale the sam6 way at Sylvester in Fisher county on the now Oriont Railroad. .' ' 160 aoros good unimproved land 8 miles north of Eskota for $1200 168 aoro fruit and truck farm 1 1-2 miles from Clyde 35 aoros in cultivation S30 per aoro. 100 aoros near Moro 40 aores in oltivation for $1400. 104 aores near Moro 17 aores in oUltivation for SI 100. 100 aores near Moro 70 aores in cultivation SI 744. 08 1.-2 aoros 1-2 miles Capf 80 aores in cultivation for 82500. 175 aoreB 3 miles of Caps w cores in cultivation for $15 per acre. &5'ftoroB 1 mile north of Simmons College ...

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

Jf sfs ? T r "T T n T T Jf T T T t -- -'--- -"----- - -- r- T" T "T1 T ? "T" sf T Ik ""IV Jf ffs J OUR CLEANING-UP SALE Is now on for the balance of this month--flpst I Tlria moon a a. cauincp nn a ffnnd manv- art.ifilfiS thaf vnn Visi.txa ftifhot o "5 ill 1 ! 1 present or future need for. In every department are odds and ends 4 I lett overs or goods that will be out of style next season. . These have had all profit and some times part of cost taken off. We give youf .. prices on a few articles here below: SUMMER DRESS GOODS t? 10 12 12 and lBo Cold Organdy clean-up prioe jt 10 12 12 and 15o Fanoy Batiste olean-up prioe ' 10 12 1-2 and 15o Cold Lawns olean-up prioe r 5c 5c 5c JL White Dotted Swisses olean-up prioe v 13 Or?F JT White Organdy olean-up prioe . : 1-3 OFF T White Persian Lawn clean-up prioe ... . 13 OFF t White Aire Cloth olean-up prioe ....'.... I - 3 O KF JT White Laoe Striped Dimity clean-up prioe . 1-3 OFF V" ' CLOTHING Mens 2-pieoe All Wool Cheviot olean-up' prioe ....

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