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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 25 September 1905

Welcome to the West Texas Fair. Welcome I TO Tflfc JAUE.1L W GOODS GO'S. STORt 4 4 iWe i extend yoa a cordial invitation to visit oar store and inspect an up-to-date stock of merchandise. Second to none in x ink of selection and attractiveness of price. In buying out stock of New Fall Goods we nave tried in every way X j i point " a f Ci. f &i.l.f. w. MafwMC. 1.viiir1raA-nt $aVif atA iv0mr wamontt atifi &ttow anllnXo 4fi;a4 ic nfffoA . is offered - here is thoroughly good and the best to be had anywhere for the price we ask. Shrewd buyers will be quick to see the u advantage of coming here tJ? 'f? tt tIt tt M 4 h i k; & P h If Woolen Dress Goods Section Invites you wth a truly magnifioont assortment of rioh radianoo. Cotton Dress Stuff. Look about the Btore Bomeof these are inspeoial Bpots all are easily found. Ladies Suits Skirts and Wraps. A magnificent display every one beautiful attraotive new and faahonable workmanship equal to that of made-to-order garments. Merely...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 25 September 1905

X -'" ..4.J-' XJt" f y od Fitting Clothes Are Not An Accident H' w fSkWfr H BSff IBM LX Ski IHQBnV 'ft? Hv i r We make Tailor-made Shirts. SwW IWITT T PI? The Tailor Ftirnisher Mt milLJCifV Hatter and Shoer. in E i0UR CL0THE8 PRESTED BY US p Hughes for Hardware jlarh Baldinger about the cow ;frnrr runuiure .rpKiat s and Art Squares see j. H. Savage & Sons t Irry and 'Miss Brigham have 3 to Dallas. From there the' Tar will return to Cinoinnatti. L'Uk. V.m ltwnliiriinrl aUIXOrlllD IO.W DIUUIOOI Igo Thomas has a new honey soaught on-one of: his hives. a robber of other bees but. as honey--when he has to. lakes no comb but makes p.taoles for honey out of 3Sin the.shape of a oigar will have hiba and his cell Wfographed. til 1- Jj$ ptio ranges are made or ) 0:Hf lron and steel and will ' f !JHk ffcnn Tf vmi nrn.Tifc n. e it will pay you to getj the The Majestic took the first ghost award at the St. Exposition last year; Ed. 8. Hughes. & Co. bl. and Mrs. J. W'. Childers raSfe. retu...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 25 September 1905

Vr TTuMiffflsM -i .(?.'.' i-rr2S6rK I j&KSBsaiffl83i8W-! m.jm : if 4 r.l KM J fr : I. i 1 u V l' r ts :K Alfalfa In llttmlJ Climates. For long time It was believed thatfilfaifa could not bo profi- tably grown In humid ollmatoa; in other words that'irritratioh was nooessary to its norma! dovolop-I ment This idoa was strength- oned by tho oxperienoo bf thous- ands Of farmers who attomptod to grow it in tho JEast for be- tween 80 and 00 per oont of their efforts resulted in failure But. the large crops raised on lime- stone soils in New York on tho sandy soils of New Jersey and the olay soils of Ohio show be- yond question that it oan be grown in tho East under rational conditions. Alfalfa is a new crop and. different from anything our farmers have had to deal with in tho past. It has many peculiar- ities of its own and it is very difficult to establish. Farmers who attempt to prepare the soil and seed with 'the same degree of carelessness they have praotioed with red olover tyill ...

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

s DAILY REPORTER. UlLwli i E VOLUME X. ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 26 905. NUMBER 74 Lands Fo Sale! Lands Fot Sale! The Torn VCfoaa ranch (8600 aoros) 14 miloa south of Abileno now for sale in small tracts. 2400 aorca 0 miles S. W. of Baird In Callahan county-in small traota. 5000 acres for salo tho same way at Sylvester in Fisher county on the new Orient Railroad. 160 aoros good unimproved land 8 miles north of Eskota for $1200 188aore fruit and truck farm 1 f 2 miles from Clyde 35 aores in cultivation $30 per aore. I00aores near Moro 40 aoreB in oltivation for $1400. .104 aores near Moro 17 acres in cultivation for $1100. JD9 aores near Moro 70 aores in cultivation $1744. 08 1-2 aores 1-2 miles Capf 80 aores in cultivation for $2500. 175 aores 3 miles of Caps 7fi aores in cultivation f or-$l5 ner acre.. 15 aores 1 mile north of Simmons College 7 aores in cultivation for $1500. 202aorea farm and general mercantile store in Taylor Co. for sale or trade for good ranoh land. . Goo...

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

j -ruwmitsmMi? " 'y ig- t' taUti ' Welnome to the West Texas Fair. Welcome S' T g (kf . H a m hb t& VHHR k V PM Pl k fl . Bk ik I V AHF &HUlYWV UKX tV)V)Ub VA) . V)ttt f 1 kk I t ? 'a fi ! 1 t! We extend you a cordial invitation to visit out store and inspect an ip-to:date stock of merchandise Second to none in j f point of selection and attractiveness of price. In baying oar-stock of New Fall Goods we have tried in every way . possible to make it profitable for oar patrons Every yard of fabric and every garment and every article that is ottered here is thoroughly good and the best to be had anywhere for the price we ask. Shrewd buyers will be quick to see the advantage of coming here i " tt? fr ir rf tlr Tlr f i"v' Woolen Dress Goods Section Invites you with a truly magnifioent assortment of rioh radian oo. Cotton Dress Stuff. Look about the store some of these are in special spots all are easily found.' . " Ladies Suits Skirts and Wraps. A magnificent display every one bea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 26 September 1905

Re. IW ' ' i Mr- Good Fitting ssSbfQv r BSSBSHBav i flBv sssssflp We make Tailor-made Shirts. HXJ 1UITT T 71? Ttc Tailor Farnisher Jtl lyillICJCVy Hatter and Shoer. nHAvri YOUR CLOTHES PRESTED BY US air- See Hughes for Hardware. ak Sam Baldinger about the oow i m i Mrs. SoRelle is in from Eskota K stay during the Fair. IB US H.1-A-. Jn Vkrtjl fitnni l few dayB visit to the oountry. W. E. Harris who. reoently itmoyed here from Bay City has I'rented the Glassoook home. m W Wayman Beall o aoum xex- l&B is visiting his aunt Mrs. S. F.- KKirk and willtake in the Fair. 1 1 ' D. J. Hollingshead says that if our meronants wane 10 ouueui. Ibills he owes they must come out land piok his ootton. Three dollars roward for return lof my big red oow branded A M I V.. hnrnfi nainted preen. . . r 0 E. Todd Buck. M. H. Compere and family and Irs. U. U. rope nave reiurnoa fefrnm n. lflnit;hv stav in Colorado. Wi. All .ntl w.siVi VtaffaT. fnn f.Vin pbhange Walter Jennings is in f rom the south part...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 26 September 1905

F 1W fWrWWW Aft. -fiH-.i i. k r IHkrtB9MRaBI:MnniBSRSRL2HHHHHIinSHiBaHIMaHHHNmHHPWMIBHBR9H. 1 t . h m i-W lsP-M Srl ' s5 I very much like the blossom- verv mncn like the blossom ing of a flower. Its beauty and perfection depend entirely upon the care bestowed upon lu parent. Expectant mothers hould have tbo tenderest care. They should be spared all worry and anxiety. They should eat plenty of good nourishing food and take orentle exercises. This will go a long way toward preserv ing their health and their beauty as well as that of the little one to corns. But to be absolutely sure fa short and painless labor they should use Mother's Friend rMralartrdariOB the months ot g-eiU- noa. i nn ii aiapie unimani wnion Is to ba applied eiternally. It glvai itiength and vigor to tha masclc and prevents all of tha dlicomf orta of Drcsr- nancr whleh woman tuad to think wera abiolntalv iinuirv. ' whan Mothar'a Friend Is med there is no dancer whatever. Get Mother' Friend at tha .drug- store OU pe...

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

; i ABILENE DAILY REPORTER. WDEX. ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28 905. NUMBER 76 W"iV SW wands For Sale! Lands For Sale! ho itom W. Cross ranoh (3500 aoroB) 14 miles south of Abilono ntlW for 8ftlo in nmnll fi.nf 400 acres 9 miles 8. W. of"Baird hi Callahan oounty in' small Vl MUbQi V cultivation. S30 nar nnrA. JO aoros near Moro 40 aoros in oltivation for SI 400. 2urea near Moro 17 aores in cultivation for $1100. t TlOrj&S near Moro. 70 irnrnn in n11H.tvn.t1nn R1 74d. VL-2 dore.8 1-2 miles Capf 80 aores in cultivation for $2500. 5 fores 3 miles of Caps 75 aoros in cultivation for $15 per aore. I' a?8 1 mjle north of Simmons College 7 aores in cultivation for I )2 aores farm ana general mercantile store in Taylor Co for sale' ; - wue ior gooa ranon land. Ifoqd improve'd Abilene nronertv to trade for bood farming land. 'ost all of the above lands for sale for small oash payment and pmnae on a or iu years time 8 per cent. ye have plenty of money to lend on land on ten years ti...

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

Mwlii?asnw'?(??f"-i.4srt t-e--f .ui'i.T '';;" """'isss.'1"11""' ' ihhimidhiiiIiii - 3S-f. j. . -.vt - -v ... JiViianawiiM'fli ca lawwygryiy Tgffli ljf. t ""Vj-1 wmftny "y - isesT T arip- t ' i ' - y . K itftthW' Welcome to the West Texas Fair. Welcome TO Tte JAU&Ht WlV &00OS C0S. STORt fcWecxtead you a cordial invitation to visit ottt store and inspect an up-to-date stock of merchandise. Second to none i: tt point of selection and attractiveness of price. In baying oar stock "of New Fall Goods we have tried in every wa possible to make it profitable for oar patrons Every yard of fabric and every garment and every article that is offered gijtere is thoroughly good and the best to be had anywhere for the price we ask. Shrewd buyers will be quick to see the advantage of coming here if t 't te f?f? flr rb ifr t fa $? 4 A jLcAcfouitage of coming here lJ S' . i'ar; - 'wi; ' ' v. f r " J ' rf ' jt j i- ww 'wt' ' ' - WiMI . fi " nYnwrtiMiTI i 1 u i i tafl -"-' ..r- ... - - n ii f ' ...

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

.1 W 1MI hsvl iV '. li.7.. fieri i Good Fitting Clothes mtiKbMUi. k.0Hflp LHwa - We make Tailor-made Shirts'. H. H. MILLER ffitfSfifi- HAVE YOUR CLOTHES PRE8TED BY 6 Compere Compere Tex. Sept. 25t Here oomes Bill to announce the mar- riage of Miss Nelia Emory and George Moore whioh took plaoe Sunday eve by Rev. S.. J. 'Oslin. Rev. J. B. Kerr filled hiff regu- lar appointment Sunday. Sing- ing in the evening. AH remember the singing con- vention will meet here the fifth Sunday in Ootober. Everybody bring well filled baskets. Misses Anna Mashburn and Mary Moore took dinner with' Mrs. N. E. Spurgin last Sunday. Grandpa Butler has been haul- ing seed for the Stith gin Cotton pioking is going at 70 cents. Hands are wanted. The C. M. A boys had a box supper lastFriday night at the sohool.house whioh was a success. The W.. O. W. boys are coming to -the front.Fiye new applications last meeting night and we are working for more. ' Sorry to 'report the siokness of Mrs. T. E. Iee. . - ' Grandp...

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

I Jtlitll 1 ll "" Jl Vl. v "yj 4 Vvi'yw" CX3to?ii3fli ii v.1.-. iffr 7wyt 1 c jkjk )y jyi aww P s I I ; 1 (I I 1. Ii' .. w. f K f I i 1 A Solemn Duty A solemn duty which elves is that nothing which can be done to asswt nature at that time when our wives are to become mothers should be left undone. Of all the countless details to be should be the recourse of all real easily obtainable and it is a positive crime not to procure it. Its offices are to relax the muscles and tissues intimately associated in this greatest of the Creator's phenomena and by simple external applications a result is obtained which at the appointedtime permits the mother to undergo ner greatest joy with fortitude and' bring into the world a child worthy 01 its parents. 1. 00 all druggists. Our book " Motherhood " sent free. - 9MDF1ELB RECHHATOR DO. Atlanta Gm. ye-.--. " .--Ayr fir nCr The Benefits of Modern Plumbing. cold &! Send for a copy of booklet "Moo'irn Lavatories" which shows the complete line of "h...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 29 September 1905

ABILENE DAILY REPORTER. 1-' VOLUME X. ABILENE TEXAS; FRIDAY; SEPTEMBER 2 905 NUMBER 77 $L Lands Foi? Sale!' Lands For Sale! Tho Tom W. Cross ranch (3.500 aorfitrt 14 mlloa south of Abilene -? now for an u in small traots. a- 4400 aorea 0 miles S. W. of Buird In Callahan ootinty in email i truotfl. 000 aoroe for talo Ihe eamo way at Sylvester in Fisher county on g- tmo new urumt K alroad. if jS aor08 g0od ""improved iana 8 miles north of Eskota for $1200 fc $8 acre fruit and truolc farm 1 12 miles from Clyde 85 aoreB in uuiuvuuon iwu per nore IftLjlOO aoreB near Moro 40 acres in oltivation for $1400. I (-H04 acres near Moro 17 acres in cultivation for $1100. I- r mo nnnsn rrn : n: n M tiaa j uu uutoo iiqui- muiu IV UUlUtJ III UU1MVUMUI1 DJ. lit. jL 98 1-2 aores 1-2 miles Capf 80 aores in cultivation for $2500. 175 aores 3 miles of Caps 7fi aores in cultivation for $15 par acre. 15 acres 1 mile north of Simmons College 7 aores in cultivation for $1500. m 202 acres farm and general mer...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 29 September 1905

lim-i" Ti 'ii'viMti i i J'a.rfta. i) JTn---lim i J . nsST. ? &Tft;MgtBt ' ' w ivrkia. i&xtiMtamfm - "M -v --H'W'lP'l-'Cp-y ' . & mAl. -t . .rf .yfc y-- V iTi'i ijjiiV ttfc ' '1M "l" ' i ' 1 ilfiit I i Hiiii i Vi in li n' iiiniirii naitliTi intl' '! TfllilfrttilSnwiftiiiiiS' fiiyatij;; ii l' : M. II ft.! I Welcome to the West Texas Fair. Welopme ! ; Tf Tile HDUwCMC fQf PkffYfo cfwo cTrir" & -IV H!L HOlUtllt UIY1 MVJVJUO VV O. OIVIML Wc extend yoti a cordial invitation to visit dar stone and inspect an up-to-date stock of mtordiandise. Second to none in T1 T m.lA. 4JLi .A 4.4.rt4'Zirftct' tr tt Tn ntrna wIm 4-i- 1VkW 17 ft i.Ji -. C A.iJ ' - ;S Xj fv!" u avicbuuu cwii tfcurcMfiT w f.. 7aU& VA ai-ww w ak-w a ii juuua w5 uatvc irieu in every? way .& & possible to make it profitable for ow patrons. Every yard of fabric and every garment and every article that is offered t I here is thoroughly good and the best to be had anywhere for the price we ask. Shrewd bu...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 29 September 1905

1 'iBW IV: 1 . ' 1 ' Lydta & m i m a I 1 I 1 r f m Wh 'l sT W I.J '. W I ' T I WORDING WOMEN v Thilr Hard Jftruggl Made Easier-Interesting State- ment by a Young Lady In Boston 'and One n Nashville Tenn. to r AU worsen work; oomo la thoir Msm some in church and somo in too whirl of society. And in stqrea aaula and shODS tens of thousands aro on the nevor-ceaalng treadmill earning mnr oauy oreaa. All are subject to the same physical laws; 11 suffer alike from tho same I&ysioal disturbance and the nature of their duties in many cases quickly drift them into the horrors of all kinds of female complaints ovarian troubles ulceration falling and dis- placements of the womb leucorrhooa or perhaps Irregularity or suppression of "monthly pori6ds" causing back- aohe nervousness irritability and lassitude. Women who stand on their feet all day are more susceptible to these troubles than others. They especially require an Invigorat- ing sustaining medicine which will strengthen' the fem...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 29 September 1905

. munitii. i imippww ' .-Tr-sa 3n t c - ' ' '- ..f ''I ' W Good Fitting Clothes Remake Tailor-made Shirts. 1. HMILI FR Tailor Furnisher t W f Hatter and Shoer. ---- - "j" . -1 HAVE YOUR CLOTHES PRESTED Soe Hughes for Hardware. vsk SamJBaldinger about tho cow Mayor R. C Crane of Sweet- frroi-n J .. fl i. J jjj W today. He saw the Pair and I i! ttended'the horso raoes. to . ; lE4 TTTUJI- -111.. -nj 11 J j-j ifimDutuiu ruir uuu una see he C H. Edwards muBio exhib- t and hear a noted pianist nlav m he oelebrated Edwards and the I'iKi " -iiwiirpe nmsio 'SIsqU worth hearing. Buy fair tickets at drutr atoreH. ira jtjjj MiflsElla Lark had the mis- I fortune to get a thumb broken i.c me jpair Tnursday from an. ri wa? down town j gliis morning looking as if a little MBung iiKe a Droicen tnumo did j lot trouble her. lff" - jjl Regular Sunday service at tthe liathplio ohuroh next' Sunday W l o'olook. il For Fcrcitare Carpets i wesana An oatfares. see i A n J. H Savage & Sons. .0. N. MoQaffe...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 7 October 1905

'T o ABILENE DAILY REPORTER. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 7 J905. NUMBER 85 Volume x. fi) U Lands Fo Sale! Lands For Sale! Unlqno Honeymoon of Abllcac Couple. ' Dr. T. M. Blakemore and wifo 1 are in San Antonio the guests of The Tom W. Cross ranoh (3500 aoroe) li miles south of Abilono ' thb families of A. B Kerr and now for salo in small traots. . . ' I John DriBdalo. Their presenoo 2400 aoros 0 miles S. W. of Baird In Callahan oounty in email Antonio is the result of a frnnfa. 5000 aoros for sale the same way at Sylvester in Fisher oounty on the new Orient Railroad. ..: onni 160 aoreB good unimproved land 8 milefl north of Eskota for $ijuu 168 acre fruit and truok farm 1 1-2 miles from Clyde 85 aoreB in oultivatiori. $30 per aore. iOO acres near Mdro 40 aores in oltivation for $1400. 04 aores near Moro 17 acres in cultivation- for $1100. 109 aores near Moro 70 aores in cultivation $1744.. 081-2 aores 1-2 miles Capf 80 aoreB in cultivation for $2500. 175 aires 3 miles of Caps 7C ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 7 October 1905

s 1 IN RECOGNITION OF YOUR PATRONAGE We Have Spared Mo Efforts " ? I ' . . to provide or stock witfa jst such articles of Seasonable Merchandise as 'will appeal to yor best intelligence and enlist yo more actively tban eve as oor cstom and friend. To stedy ceflly the needs of tie trade is a dty we ecognie to the baying public and to accrately anticipate thei requirements calls fo full tnowledge of yafoes and p to date judgment of fabrics and styles. ' "' w.I-'V 'Xtfttyfr' '"l &- t- How well we have succeeded in our efforts we cordially invite you to visit our store inspect the largest collection of high-class goods ever placed before the buying public and give your verdict. '4 ' 4 4' 4 4 4 1 " " - "- ' 1 ... ' .'.-. ''.''.:'.'' ' " .-':- '& 4 ... t &MH8Mj.:r;.?4if3via.".'JBr .?. s' -' --.. ; C.iai32E5Ual'MKyJSV- T 'Ham:;;:-' - Yows to business . ' . awssmsar; ; ompany -mm&miMm 4 THP ARII PHP RCPflttTCR l.influefaoes and freedom from oh. i - niHtrifc AHnQ T.L .! ..-. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 7 October 1905

"Wt 'if' '- Sif --rwi- tfi'' BVirffi (I llllllMM III I X .No. No. WJ- No; No. if Repi hafl dui ina.v is- to ma ho 'x Hi :.' up no Hi ef0 ai 'A at F h hi o v r &. f? ". letherie steeper.. Afniha-itei' mf aacee-eaya It is a Joke la the eerv- lata' hall UMt It's impossible te wake the master Jtte has a secretary who to derated t but Interests and Barer hedges from the study all day. That's why we ara gobs at night Than ha 'ha a baaat of a dog Vhlch roams the Rrdea V nut Agatha late the last e ereaings and she locks the brute mm to give me a clear run This lie the house this big oat) in Its own grouads. Through the gate noy to the right among the laurels. We might put on our masks here I think. You ' see there Is not a glimmer of light lri any of the windows and everything Is working splendidly' With our black Bilk aco coverings ;irhlch turned ub Into two of the most truculent figures' in London wo stole up to the silent gloomy house. A sort tiled Veranda extended along one side of ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 7 October 1905

7-" '"'&?& &? fflP? . . t :a M'Wr- .."? tl . ... . i H& STtrJl ' '. -5. AW - 39 '4'- V THE ABILENE REPORTER L. B SHOOK - - -DKO Si ANDERSON. - - BDItOR rRorntRTon Published daily except Sunday S0B8CniPTtONt $8.60 a yoar In advanco. 8lto pormonth. Entered at the poatofflco at Abllono Texas as Bcoond olass mail matter. Any orroncoua reflection upon tho char- acter standing1 or reputation of any porson firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of Tho Roporior will bo gladly corrected on Its Doing brought to attention of tho publishers. Abilono Toxae Oot. 7 1805 "Uncle Josh Spruceby." The mueioal features with "Undo Josh Spruceby" oompany this year; inolude a band and an orohestra of ten solo musicians. At the noonday oondert a pro- gram of popular and high-grade selections are rendered by the band and these oonoerts have become very popular and inva- riably attraot much attention and oomment. The orchestra be- tween the aots discourses a pleas- ing program and...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 7 October 1905

s Ifc Ht r w x A New Skirt Minter T. & P. Schedule DAY TRAIN. No. 6 eastbound 11 :21 a. No. 3 westbound 3:56 p. m. m. NIGHT TRAIN. No. 4 eastbound No. 5. westbound. 12:05 a. m. 3:36 a. m. Clubbing List. Roportor and Dallas News 1 yr. $1.50 ii KepuDue . i.du " Ft.W'th Record " 1.50 " HoustonPost ' 150 " Farm & Ranoh " 1.50 " Commoner " 1.50 ii ii ii One Abilene druggist said he had sold more bottles of 3363 during the past month than of any other medicine. For coughs'oall for the genu- ine Bass' White Pine and Tar it is-the best Miss Lena Spaulding has gone to Dallas to visit relatives a month or six weeks faer friends hope she will have a delightful- visit. New awnings are being put up on the Lapowski building now owned by Berry Hill and Harkrider. Lumber good as new can .be Had in sizes 2x4 2x6 2x8 4x4 and 1x12. Apply to Max R. Andrews secretary Fair Associ- ation. William Harkrider came in Friday afternoon on a visit to his son Coke W. Harkrider and his sister Mrs. C. P. W...

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