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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 13 September 1905

i-i.M.SV'V'iJii i'"''i-ii'j'yi-ii". a'i..iL'jtj.'iA.'lA.iJr..i.iJi..'.rt .. "'" "i.. "uV". rf"ii;.'.i' n .ififi;i.fniM'nViM""iiw-a'Mi 111 .' i'i'urj lm i m I lim sj tw mMimntmfiimQii 'c fw" i iiiffvpnfpm mnt w HMUkMAWiM fc!?'? j . ." l - ; s ;:U';tUK H' 1 S ! JV.k I T ri I -lV- " .fl' . .c. 'J -. . ..- .11 . - .. .-. .i "5.i .nl 'F ('-. 1.11' -i. j 1 ' i 1- . .. i i- I R M h. . This Space Reserved lot .-awswit u !v iB5' v pii --i f rf ' 1 'infejl?l- I V -T. ?Ti ... . Si" L 171-itdM " 2V. .5 iC v.t -Sifl jef.JEi - - yvgr ''"'' fee . .. THE ABILENE REPORTER L. B. SHOOK ----- editor BEO. 8. ANDERSON pnopniBTon Published daily except Sunday subscription: $3.50 a year in advance . 35o per month. Entered at the postoffico at Abilene Texas as second class mail matter. 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 mil be gladly corrected on its Deing brought to attention of the publish...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 13 September 1905

OtiR SfttiS KOOS MtE SPARKLINGwithneWNESS The season's latest productions ate here merchandise that heats the stamp of style and correctness. The heavy shipments that have been arriving for the M iv & s" M past forty days ate on display in the various departments. The new Autumn styles ate mote attractive than ever show- ing the marked improvement that is going on ftom season to season in manufacturing circles. Out stock is latget and mote complete than ever showing in eyety particular the newest ideas and newest styles fot Fall 1 906. Out standing invita- tion is Come and see the New Goods whether yon buy or not Early Fall Millinery Mrs. Reeves and her corps of assistants will fee pleased to show yotf the largest and prettiest stock of early Fall Millinery ever shown in Abilene embracing care- ful selections from three of the best millinery markets in the United States. Don't fail to see the New Styles. Ladies Suits &nd Coats The new Long Coat'Soits are beauties and very st...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 13 September 1905

'HH'ftmtt 'miijtaj - i if . '.i Ai .'.. fy HtUtMiti iwtiw i . 'I H I ! ! v. f u B. Jfe CATSS Of T SCOTT. DRSi CATES & SCOTT -OFFICE-- BOUTH SECOND AND CHESTNUT. -8AN1TARIUM-NORTB THIRD AND OIUN0B. PH0NE8 OFFiCE.Roborta 87. Southwestern 222. OAtyTAtuuM-Roborts 60 8. W. 104. DR. "SCOTT'S RESIDENCE Roborts Phono 05. Southwestern 320. Abllona Tozas. Goss & Ramsey Float and Transfer. Offico at E. A. Poarco Grain Storo. Roborts Phono C3. Soutwcstorn 264. Look! For Dial A Fishor bakery if you want Good Fresh Bread Cakes and Candies.' One trial and you will oall again. They knead the dough you need the bread. DIAL & FISHER 232 Pine St. 'Both PhoneB Special Rate HaaaE Ward THE ARTIST Opera House Barber u . u. ct 4 Baogh & Heldt dhOp Proprietors Clean Bhaves smooth hair outs 'Razors keen and towels clean. South First Street nE U Under Opera House HIJIlinL I Li Up-to-Date Transfer Line Phone yottr order to os. Roberts'82 Southwestern 130. Prompt and courteous service. Your bu i...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 14 September 1905

ABILENE DAILY REPORTER ft VOLUME X. ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 4 J905. NUMBER 62 "" Lands For Sale! Lands Fot Sale! Tho Tom W. CroBa ranch (3600 aoroo) i4 miles south of Abilono now for sale in Bmall traots. 1 2400 aoros 9 miles 8. W of Baird In Callahan county in small ' traots. i 5000 acres for sale the same way at Sylvester in Fisher oounty on r. the' new Orianf. Rm'lpnnrl. . 160 aoros good unimproved land 8 miles north of Eskota for $1200 168 acre fruit and truok farm 1 1-2 miloB from Clyde 35 aoreB in uuHivuuua 5kju per aore. 100 acres near Moro 40 aoreB in oltivation for $1400. 104 aores near Moro. 17 acres in cultivation for $1100. 0109 aores near Moro 70 aores in cultivation $1744 98ft-2 aores 1-2 miles Capf 80 aores in cultivation for $2500 175 aores 3 miles of Caps 75 aores in cultivation for $15 per aore. 15 aores 1 mile north of Simmons College 7 aores in cultivation for 51500. 202 aores farm and general mercantile store in Taylor "Co. for sale or trade for good ra...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 14 September 1905

I 0 If my ii u y. it I i. II i . I liiA ifrijii?V M i rfw?4'Sii5'lHff rMilPT j'iii'i'yNi WWiwwyNi" W wyVft "IIm y xiifti ij rfi i wifa f ji .h i ifci mitjl tm'fMmfrlli I i.. -J.i.1 - l f . V "i-f . . .. J .i. M - T V . H - 1 B IB " H - B . & .' &- - . M- i 1. J - I"W : ti-iJ ' n3J-i SE- ' s iHieaSsT-e-l" - 'a1aij!. Jk " lfli'.n j- j .T'Ti" ' Jlf't . f . - - K -J ? :' 'f- A;v-:.v. x"?r.'' v ;''4 i". : '... 1 .:'.?'.' 'V' ;''''"' ' - .'' ''.'-' 2 M . 2 rl t-'lifffl- V '!..-".!& ARnPNF MofLS'rjTr . . jm- .mmmr mwmmiar mmtmtm DRY Company .";.:. .f; vc ? .'. rv M " M II V ' m. ft MM. MUMW - . .?&:?S;-S t.. . -. ' . . irMap . . v. j f-.' -r -:-'--mnMmi0r- - . .'. . - '- Hrmm ' . i a AJ i .'.'. .-(uk . ..'HJ&i.W. c it rCf. S' lift i.' !... 9!i.li6t ' -.("I V - .. ;;; ; VS::Lf:S?;V : "v-' '.; ' vs. fv-; :x$sy Abilene Texas ' i'iVi .y ?V??.;Ji t'-V '..:(' THE ABILENE REPORTER L B. SHOOK - - -CJEO 8. ANDERSON . - EDITOtt PROPIUBTOR Published dally except Sunday subscriptio...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 14 September 1905

if I'M It Tfr TSwrff -Tf' WEST - """ ' " '"'' .1 MM. . p I. M t I ' 1 SSS X H E TEXAS t FAIR : : A B I L E N E Texas: September : 26 27 28 29 30 : 1905 vt1 On the above dates the West Texas Eair will present its NINTH- ANNUAL ENTERTAINMENT i and .the management wishes to announce that they confi- dently expect this to be the best Fair ever pulled off inWest Texas. The Ladies' Department will be better the Live Stock show will be magnificent and the Agricultural exhib- its will embrace 5 counties and surpass anything ever put on exhibition in the West. Lots of side shows great band music. Price of admission reduced to 25 cents. Everybody ought to come at that price. The Racing Feature Will Surpass Any Previous Year Remember also we have a premium for the Largest Family &4 Attending the Fair in a Body. A family will be construed to consist of father mother and children. Register at the Secretary's Ofiice with names of the entire family. t Ptfemfom Lists ate Ready and can be had by...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 14 September 1905

iJwaaiWiiWMiBwrtfM'i JaMfoara t- -'4.'P'JWf jf twnil.t Osfr-ftn nifc.nsVftini AimiuBfi? .J-.. .C JA.i -"1 - l A I Commercial National Bank ' of Abilene Texas Now organizing offers to the people pfAbilcfie and Taylor County an invitation to take slock vyjth them. The bank wililmve a capital of $100000.00. $75000.00 has been subscribed by the promoters and $25000.00 has been i resreved for the people of 'Abilene and Taylor county. We' hope to 'make it a profitable investment to the stock 'holders. You can subscribe for any amount from $100.00 up. Our main object in offering this stock to the 1 people is to have as many become identified with us as possible. While we are strangers to most of you still we are ell known all over Texas and our records as business men uud citizens are open for investigation and we will be glad to furnish yoti references. We will be located in the building formerly occupied by the American National ?Bank where we wouldbe glad to have you call and get acquai...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 15 September 1905

DAILY t " fl T VOLjLIME X. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5 905. NUMBER 63 ABILENE REPORTER. Lands For Sale! Lands For Sale! The Tom W. Cross ranoh (8500 aoroa) 14 miles south of Abileno now for sale in email traota. 2400 acres 9 miloa S. W. of Baird In Callahan county in email traots. 5000 aoros for Bale tho aamo way at Sylvoater in FiBhor obunty on Mho now Orient Railroad. .00 aoroa good unimproved land 8 mileB north of Eskota for 81200 68 aore fruit and trunk tuvm 1 1 .P.' miloa frnm CAvAn. Sfi nnrnn in cultivation $30 per oore. 100 aores near Moro. 40 aoroa in oltivation for 81.400. ' fl04 aorea near Moro 17 acres in cultivation for 81100. 10J) aqros near Moro 70 aorea in cultivation 81744. 981- aores 1-2 miles Capf 80 aores in cultivation for 82500. 175 aorea 3 miles of Cans. 70 aores in cultivation for 815 nor aore. 15 aores 1 mile north of Simmons College 7 aores in cultivation for $1500. 202 aores farm and general mercantile store in Taylor Co. for salo" or traao tor good ra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 15 September 1905

m ULiiltliiiyatin tmmmmmmtmm 5SB rJL - U. !US&itKHstimimrmm N pT . W?iiiJllllllH"lWitlM V itp't't'tf' t'vtTir'ti't''4''t' s -0 uitmMfwt'WMtKii ni...ni. . - - . This Space Reserved for Store Nes '-? :f2H:MMM ' I I ll 8' M Mi w I V By l 1 I I II 1 ."::vs..'":.;i-. . THE ABILENE REPORTER L. B. 8H00K ----- editor QEO. 8. ANDERSON proprietor Published daily except Suhday BOBSCRipnoif: $3.60 a year in advance. 35o per month. Entered at the postofGco at .Abilene Texas. as second class mail matter. 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 mil be gladly corrected on its Doing brought to attention of the publishers. Abilene Texas Sept. 15 1905 CHINA VS. QERMANY. Chinese to Rise Against ' Germans September 16 Victoria B. C Sept. 14. Tien Tain newspapers publish news of a widespread conspiracy in Shan Tung to rise against the Ger- mans on Sept. 16. L'Impartial says that eaoh family ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 15 September 1905

- Uaa J f f b M h . 7 'ft i4- . M m t t i THE EASTERN UNION TELEGRAPti CO. TELEGRAM September 4 J905. To Abilene Reporter. Abilene Texas. Fall tailoring line received. Great assortment of Fabrics and values. For yottr protection note label in lower left-band corner.- Call immediately and bave measure taken for Fall stttt or overcoat while line is complete. See Hughes for Hardware. Ask Sam Baldinger about the cow Mrs. L. H. Bradfield has gone to Dallas for ten days or so to lay in one of her lines for the fall and winter trade. C. P Timbes of J A. Boyoe's grooery store force has a very siok ohild. Ed. "White a friend of C. E. Spruill is here from near Gor- man to select a new home and is now prospecting for a farm. Rey. G. B. RufWl D. !. of Alabama will 'preach at the Cumberland Presbyterian ohuroh next Sunday at 11 .a. m. and 8 p. m. He will deliver a speoial sermon1 on Temperance. Dr. .Ruseli has had ohargeof the An-ti-SaloonLeage work for the State of Alabama for a number of years...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 15 September 1905

y WM . .. .- v ... . 5-. -s ...t-. : '-"'--"' " ' '"- p- i mmipw ithmmnwmiu HtwiMnujmswmmimWmmmw&jmimMmttvmvmtvi ithwtomitoimisw&tefm&im jgyyrfr iuwffr' tasifo ;.jsigggbsa - .. m1&lk.itr. . fMMri n s JimOl wfnn curtly. - - V' f ; i. n mi jmmfn imnmimtermnitmtm H ' ii !f ! I 'f I I u: ! 4 PAST PRESENT FUTURE . BY DON H. BIQQERS. Tho indUBtrial history o a oountry la intoroBting to tho ox- tent that it rovoala tho possibili- ties of tho future if not from a romantio or litorary atandpoint. Thirty yeara ago Taylor coun- ty "was soarooly inhabited a fow oattlo ranches oonBtitutingita in- duatriea and a few dozen people oompriaing its total population. Tho buffalo huntera had driven the great bulk of thoao animalB west of thiB aootion of the state and all that really remained aa evidence of the faot that Taylor oounty had onoe been a portion of the buffalo range were great fields of bleaching bones. By 1881 ranohea had multiplied con- siderably there had been a ma tergal ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 16 September 1905

'WET-"V r ' Jrr-rv--5!f?T?!T IV ABILENE DAILY REPORTER. OLUME X. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6 905. NUMBER 63 Jands Fo Sale! Lands For Sale! Pho Tom W Cross ranoh (3600 aoroa) 14 miloa south of Abilbne tinw frf anln in amnll fnnnfa '400 aorea 0 miloa S. W. of Baird In Callahan oounty in email M.-UUIB. 5000 aores for sale tho same way at Sylvester in Fiaher county on tho new Orient Railroad. 160 aorea good unimproved land 8 miles north of Eskota for $1200 aapre iruit and truok farm 1 1-2 miles from Clyde 35 aores in ompvauon $au per aore. LOO aoroa near Moro. 40 aores in oltivation for $1400. 104 aorea near Moro 17 aorea in cultivation for $1100. i L09 aorea near Moro. 70 aores in cultivation $1744. 981-2 aorea 1-2 milea Capf 80 aorea in cultivation for $2500. io aorea a miles of Caps 75 aores in ounuvation for $15 per aore. 5 aorea 1 mile north of Simmons College 7 aores in cultivation for tiSOO. . 02 aores farm and general mercantile store in Taylor Co. for Bale r trade for go...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 16 September 1905

. If M M. i nm ip H; ij Ml ? I t i i t ' . t i i 11 - I I . I - - I I I I ...... - ....... . -. . I. - i .. . .. i i . i fc I. ... . . . U . - " ' -.--.. I I I I " IH s. ' ' ' '". ::- "-' ' .' V " :f-'!"-!-::';:-- :!vW0&mfi a I f ' .if-wry-- -yours for business "r.7mm' f -.f; ABILENE 'DRY 'GOODS M$&-' f ft ""? r-1. ...-::'. ' -..; -. . THEIBILffEREPORIEB L t. B. SHOOK - -$EO. S. ANDERSON - - EDITOR PROPIUBJPR Publishod daily except Sunday. subscription; $3.50 a year in advance. 35c per month. Entered-at tho postoffico at Abilene '' . Toxaa ;afl second class niail matter. Anv erroneous reflection upon tho ohar- fwtor standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may annear in the columns of Tho Reporter Will be gladly corrected- on its being brought to attention ot the puDllsners. Abilene Texas Sept. 16 1905 General News. Six persons were killed "by lightning in a crowded tent' in which a poultry exhibit was being held at Indianola Iowa. Gen Grant's old farm ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 16 September 1905

. -iMf-r? strvr i ; r - .W '-rSvT .' "' ? T "F ABILENE REPORTER -.!. .1 I i. H III ta B. SHOOK - . - - - EDITOR 'faHO. 8t ANDERSON wtorMBTon Ijf Published daily oicopt Sunday- BUD8CraPTjON: fS $3.50 a year In advance. 35operhionth. JEntored at tho poalofilco at Abilono ToxaB as second Class mail matter. Any erroneous rofloction upon ttio char- acter standing or reputation of any porson Arm or corporation which may appear in the columns of Tho Reporter "win bo Kindly corrected oh its Doing brought co attention of tho' publishers. Abilene Texas Sept. 16 1905" " Unchanged. . "Yes" says the advanced farmer who" really should bo called aii agri- culturist "thero has been a vast change in the methods of those who .till the soil. As nn instance nowii- daya we have machines that cut thrash and; sack the wheat whereas in other years wo cradled it' The visitor nods understanding Inrtsays: 1 "Yet I believe there has not been such great progress 'in other tranches of agriculture. Am X not light...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 16 September 1905

ver? different pemon but except on one occasion bu lintl not'molcsted our client and now lio visited Uio house of Car rutlicra without Intruding upon her presence. Tho man on tlio bicycle was doubtless n member of those week end parties nt tlio ball of which tho pub- llean had spoken but who he was or what he wanted was as obsdurc as aver." It wns tho severity of Holmes manner 'and the fact that ho slipped a' revolver into his pocket beforo leaving our rooms which Impressed mo with the feeling that tragedy might prove to lurk behind this curious tram of events A rainy night had been followed by n glorious morning and the heath cov- ered countryside with the glowlnf: clumps of flowering gorse flecihcd nil the moro beautiful to eyes whlcu were weary of tho duns and drab luul Hlnto grays of London. Holmes nnd I walk- ed along the broad sandy road Inhal- ing tho fre3h morning air and rejoicing In the music of tho birds and the fresh breath of tho spring. From n rise of tho road on tho s...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 16 September 1905

. U 4 f m - fk JRIL fell N-'f MODEL137B See Hughes for Hardware. Ask Sam Baldinger about the oow Rx .3363 Cures Headaohe. Come see bur beautiful new waists. The Emporium. 4 -"' - lti W. 8. O. Johnson has moved to his new home in Valley View 'addition. Come to the Fair Sept. 26 27 28 29 SO the price is nothing. Only 25 oents.. New butterfly skirts come see them all colors. ' The Emporium. I'V H. C. Williams of Merkel. was in Abilene this week but had to oosie to serve on the petit jury. k The school boys coll now find a nice assortment of knee pants at Bogar Campbell Sellers & Co; Rx 3363 Relieves pains of any kind produoes no habit and is sold by all druggists. -.1 ! I - . - - Mrs. R. E. Buroh of Plain- $view is visiting her sister Mrs. L. P. Ligon and other relatives in town. Just reoeived new tailored suits in all the new colorings. The Emporium Bass' Best Liniment never fails and is used on man or beaBt ex- ternally only where any liniment can be' used. A long felt want met a...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 16 September 1905

tiiimmHmmiiu T'jr t- f n Tifu 4-MJiJtTT to. 3 L FRENCH MARRIAGES. Lov It Rarely a Factor In the Wo 1 1 Arranged Matohet. "Love" Bays a writer in the ton- don Express "enters very little into the mdking of French mnrringos. French peoplo marry because it is to' their mutual interests. In aristo- cratic marriages love is seldom tak- en intb consideration. It is purely u question of convention of decorum of mutual convenience. Among the middle or bourgcoiso classes mar- riago is principally a question of pounds shillings and pence. A man- ufacturer a lawyer an official un officer or a merchant looks forward in contracting a marriage to finding in tho shape of his wife a dowry val- uo corresponding to tho position lie holds or the annual income he de- rives from his profession or busi- ness. One of tuo first cares of a French father is to provide a dowry.. Tho larger tho dowry tho more ox- acting will he becomo as to tho sta- tus of a possible son-in-law Such marriages are nearly always...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 18 September 1905

"V i iHngPV -1 W" ' T 'V1 ' - T7l" ' ABILENE DAILY REPORTER. HLUME X. ABILENE TEXAS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 8 i 905. NUMBER 66 '-f?mm. Tfy) jnSWKm fapds Fot Salel Lands Fot. Sale! if pe Tom W. Cross ranoh (3600 a'oroB) 14 miles south of Abilene I now for sale in small tracts. 1400 aoroa 9 milos S. W. of Baird In Callahan oounty in Hmall 4 VI n a I MttUtU. 000 aores for sale the same way at Sylvester in Fisher oounty on tno new Qrieht Railroad. tn .t i !. o ! ..Li. rat i d nnn u Hores gooa ummprovea iana a miies norm 01 iioitum. iur vnw 18 aore fruit and truok farm 11-2 milos from Clyde 35. aores in estivation $30 per aore. ;0 aorta near Moro 40 aores in oltivation for $1400. aores near Moro xi aores in ounivauon ior 3jljlw. O nnnr. . T rtn . lllUnKnn 1 Tlf ' 1-2 aores 1-2 miles Capf 80 aores in cultivation for $2500. J aores a miles or uaps u aores in oumvauon ior 3io per aore. aores 1 mile north of Simmons College 7 apres in" cultivation for auu. tiores farm and general mercantile store i...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 18 September 1905

EL.. irm?mam E2i3i2fi& 81 f" iV5g ifflfqg-tftEl " ' " miMiwwwli imjWhW Mimiun iiewi "iu (ii HWIWWF"" P itftf ftrt " it .- .'....' ''''. i.. ."' ' ' ' ''.. 1' ' .' r'- "S '' L. v f ' 1 I ' l i ft -."' :-'lSM''vi&V 'r'SrfJ "ii!1.Tr-w -- "V. . ."'.. v' ' '.' ' wrfWv .. -: iMmm .; ... .-... ' r;--':'.- v FSifiWTO- i:ywm0m-' ' .. Company .-. y-mwM-- : :' -i: - ':;;.::;tf :r;.saftftfe r:tt ;... ; :' 'yymwmmmmmm . '.' .;. .' ' "-' i. . .: .- . ... -v '..' - . A . - ' . .-' ' ' ' -. '' - . . . . . . ' :' : "- . '.'.' . . -' .:;-'''. " - ' ' .- x & -?.'." ''- .' - '..- '''. " M te 3 r M Xk JU. .a. j- .a. .a. .....' t. ei " . ii ii.- - 1 . fc .1 t'0 4i 4'44'4444i4'4i4kii44Jiii443t THE ABILENE REPORTER L. B. SHOOK editor tJEO.- 8. ANDERSON proprietor Published daily except Sunday SnUBCRIPTION: $3.50 a year in advance. 85o'per month.. Entered at the postoffico at Abilene . Texas as second class mail matter. Any erroneous reflection upon the char- acter standing or reputation of any ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 18 September 1905

'"TSVS i r iT t :.f . ' $ Br ! r A?' fix iQS-. 'u 4 kL - Willi rl til && K MODELSTgj See Hughes for Hardware. Ask .Sam Baldinger about the o'ow Come see waists. our beautiful new The Emporium. Come to the Fair 'Sept. 26 27 282930 theprioeia nothing. Only 25 cents. v 1. A. Griffith late of Stephen- ville has opened up a new furni- ture store ;in the Maltby building on Pine street. Mr. Griffith will make us a good oitizen and we welcome him to our town. Henry Foote of MoKinney is visiting R. H. Logan and family. Miss 01a Kate Harris of Mer- kel returned home Sunday after k visit tpv'tno family of D. S. Kauffman. IftisB Minnie Lindsey has re- turned from a visit to Dublin getting home on Sunday. 'The man who fits." Ar M. Girand'. The elegantjine of dressy Jblaok skirts we. are showing cannot be found elsewhere in the city. If you appreciate the 'elegant drape (.and style of suoh akirtB we are sure to please you. ' ThgjEmporiunfi Mrs. P. M. Hewlett head cook No. 4 at the State E...

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