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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 14 October 1905

;lvM'ywfr txvt$Mrir ewwwWim I fl- 8 i JB 1 1 4 ; Hi B- Mi MJ feed I knew him very welL This baa always been a respectable establish mont Btid the only time thnt wo have ver had the police In It was over this vary fellow. It was more than n year go now. He knifed another Itnllnn In tbo street and then he came to tho works with the pollco on his heels nnd tie wns taken hero. Beppo was his same his second nnmo I nerer knew. Served me right for engaging a man 'with such a face. But he was a good .workman one ef the "bostM "What did he get?" "The man lived and he got off with year. I have no doubt he Is out now tint he has not dared to show his noso kcro. We have a cousin of his here and I dare say he could tell you whero bets." "No b" cried Holmes; "not a word to the conila not a word I beg of you. The matter to very Important and tho farther I go with it tho mora Important tt eeems to grow. When you roferrcd la your ledger to tho sale of thoso casts I observed that the date was Juno 8 ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 14 October 1905

fp$ v " xr $ ' v i f mm It will cost no ' mote money 'in the tad to wear clothes that arc made for yoa. They will look tetter while yotf wear them and they will last longer Try it once. It Is no experiment v The best dressed men yoa meet won't wear anything else. $5to$35for a nice salt of good overcoat made as yotf want It from good cloth. H. Hv MILLER Tailor Furnisher Hatter and Shoer. Let fcs sell yoa yotir winter ' underwear ONE CENT PER WORD FIRST INSERTION 1-2 CENT EACH SUBSEQUENT INSERTION. 1 For Rent My homo North Sixth and Mulberry streets. Mrs. M. A. Parker. Wanted White or colored woman to do trashing at my residence. Mrs A. Q. Bateman. For Rent Pour room .house and two porches. Opposite Baptist parsonage. .Apply "to J F. Clark; For Rent Furnished room with bath fuel and lights. Seven dollars per month. Address C care Reporter. Watch Lost ladies gold watch with gold fob star engraving hunting case picturos'inside. -Reward for return to north side cotton yard. Wanted Salesm...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 14 October 1905

lltdwWMiMHirmmi mmmmmmmm JmiimmmmmmmmiHmmtm laMa a i : f v 4 i Hi P Conviction Follows Trial When btnrinloomeoffMaraayihlttg ybmr grooer Happens to lave In his bio how do you know what you ara getting ? Some queer stories about coffee that is sold in bulk oould be told if the people who handle it (grocers) cared to speak out. ' Oould any amount of sen talk bare peBstfaded nilliowi ef Howejteepers to use Lion Coffee. tke leader ef all package coffees for over a quarter of a oontury if tlioy had not foundit suporior to all other brands in Parity Strength Flavor and Uniformity? TMa papular araecM el HON COFFEE ma fee One only f e taacreat eicrlt. Ther f ae atreaacr prod ef emrH Ui SfrfwXt aws iHereuia pgyalsrlty. n taeverdlct of MILLIONS OF HOUSEKEEPERS tloca not ceavtaca yoa ol tae merits el LION COFFEE It costs yoa feat a trifle to buy a package It Is the easiest way te convince yourself and to main yoa a PERMANENT PURCHASER. LION G0F7SK k told only In 1 lb. Maled ptAuw and reach yw ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 17 October 1905

EPORTLR r i til ftli 'V VOLUME X. ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 7 905. NUMBER 95 r ABILENE DAILY ' M & ! Selling tide We aro selling this fine body of land which is situated between Sweetwater Creek and the shhinery and just about the. mouth of Rtiraafnrnfan riraab' Tho nlnn Knrlr.nf t.hfi RrntfriS rutin thrnilCrh thfl wWuvnvUi W.4.VU.... ..w .w r.. --0-- -land.' the moat of it is tho beat of sandy land with plenty of water and wood. Will sell in blocks to suit purohasors. Terms : One- ffftlffoash and eight or ten. years on balance 8 per oent interest. Ve Will be on the land surveying and blooking it up this and next week and can see.you there or call on us at Abilene or I$erry and Coggin at'Merkel. Move at once while you can get good. piok. We also have plenty .of money to lend on lands; 8. per oent on long time. COMPERE BROTHERS Land Dealers and Money Lenders. ?' ED. S. HUGHES' President. J. M. CUNNINGHAM. Vice President. THE FARMERS and MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK ummmmm mm pbihi...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 17 October 1905

AMjiMWfrVww ) ' r7 IN RECOGNITION OF YOUR PAT We Have Spared No Efforts RONAG it 14 LK I 11 ISHi I ! II 'I if to provide our stock with just such articles of Seasonable Merchandise as will appeal to your best intelligence and enlist you more actively than ever as our customer and friend. To study carefully the' needs of the trade is a doty we recognise to the buying public and to accurately anticipate their requirements calls for full knowledge of values and up to date judgment of fabrics and styles. .'''. ''.'.. '- .'..'.' - . - --.' j- ' :; '(: -'.' . ; " ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' :i '': ".'. :" ''j.Qrj:dsJr ''-. ?'' ;.' ' : . . . ? ''. - '; i'v'''v--ilK'f4; - tM''':- - ;-:'v -'- .- ' . ' ' . . .' .' '" ' :;;..''.";; .--' ..;:?' " . l. :- . . . .' ;'.' ;.:-' ;:' '. " ;" '-:v -v ' 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. . ' '1-fefW-rv'J :...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 17 October 1905

. fr k Vi. if- X. r s ' r. If f WE ARE 50LE Hawes FOR Our HH 11 ; Wcaiher Predictions Tonight and Wcdncsdayi Showers. Cooler. ' m See" Hughes for Hardware. Mimical goods Woods dep'tstore. Whtn your bones and Wok aohe take 3363. ' Try a sack of cream of wheat flour sold by J. L. MoDavid. Boy wanted to deliver papers on tyorth side. Must have pony. Reporter office. Wo will sell you ladies' dress goods twenty per oent under the market prioe. PeguesBros Odd fellows tonights-two can- didates for the initiatory and all members are urged to come outT - H. D. kheppard sold cotton at 9.25 Tuesday morning and ex- pressed himself as well pleased with the sale. MrLightfoot an old friend of J. H. Savage is here .buying yearling mules to ship to hid El- lis county farm. ' For coughs call for the genu- ine Bass' White Pine and Tur it is the best. Mrs. Una Darr and her aunt' JMrs. Matilda Harston. went to Merkel this morning and will' re- turn tomoVrow afternoon. Call on us during the oociking exhi...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 17 October 1905

3j rtyiwwWWWMWw i V u. ) KCTMDFttwHlWW IN fi it 4i if hi- if t iki " rl Iff h ii n I a it ii j Do you know Tiwl moat mixed paints anil co-call rel paato paints am 'adulterated nv-r j than nny ono ari4clo th.tt in nolo t nay You had hetfr burn vur mrnoy than to ruin y6ur houso with jioor paint Cheap fcinc and Barytas paint "will scale In from ono to thrco years. Lend linseed oil and propor amount of zino may chalk but hover will scnlo. A houso painted with cheap paint novor can bo ropnintcd satisfactorily until tlio ecalon arc re- moved. Thoro aro good mixed paints mode by reliable manufacturers. Houses I havo painted in Abilcno for the past 23 years speak for them- selvesnothing1 biifc tho best was usqd. Sun proof paint with a written guarantee to stand good for 5 years is sold by mo. Employ any paintor you wish to do your work but sco RALPH for otrlctly first class Paints Oils Varnishes Wall Paper Mouldings. Corner 4th and Pino .TCEtyttHEk!KVE ONE SOLID WEEK Commencing J OCTOBER t ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 18 October 1905

AM FNP DAILY REPORTER. VOLURJEX. ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER i S J 905. NUMBER 96 far ' v. Selling the Robertson Raiieh Ww are selling this fine 'body of. land whioh is.sjUiaJ;edbotwoen SWeetwater-Crook and tho shinnery and just about iho mouth of Sweetwater Greek. The Clear Fork of 'the Brazos runs through the land. The moat of itjd the beatof sandy land with plenty of water and wood. Will sell in blocks to suit purohasors. Terms t One- fifth oaah and eight or ten years on balanoe 8 per cent intorbst. Wtylwill be on the land surveying and blocking it up this and next week and can see you there or osill on us at Abilene 6r Berry and Coggin at Merkel. Move at once while you can get good piok. i Wo also have plenty oft moneyjta.l.end on lands. 8 per cenip'n long time. COMPERE Land Dealers and ED. S. HUGHES President. J. M. CUNNINfJHAM. Vice President. THE FARMERS and MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK Capital and Surplus ABILENE PACIFIC EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS aro simpler and bettor than any ot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 18 October 1905

n r i ' i a 1 1 m'iiii'i i ' '''"''"'-'"" -)Uij.iJjJiiJ'i .wi"iT-rtVif i.... !".... fc i i Tin -111 j. t ti"m ."WfcH'H"""""'"'""1'"'1 ' . r. m IN RECOGNITION OF YOUR PATRONAGE We Have Spared No Efforts t KmgAiwi'Nttwwi'iM!i.Wiui.iiwiia 1 8 I n IrJ i 1 to provide out stock witt just such articles of Seasonable Merchandise as will appeal to your best intelligence and enlist yo0 mote actively than ever as 001 customer and friend. y To study carefully the needs of the trade is a duty we recognise to the buying public and to accurately anticipate their requirements calls for f u(l knowledge of values and up to date judgment of fabrics and styles. . ' ' " .'... ' . :; -":;tfFV 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. "'&' ;. Y' 'i'vthi f '?!.:''.':'':''f ABILENE DRY GG .'.' &&te''n$' ... -"'; ''.'. . '.. '-. -. . ... .-; . ....

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

r 5 FOR WE ARE SOLE AGENTS Hawes Celebrated $3 Hats We are also agents for the gemiine JOHN B. STETSON Co's. Hats Buy the genuine "Stetson" when you want a good hat for yotw money. ;::': Our Tailoring "biz." is "piokingup somo" measured tori oustomora yoBtorday H. H. T1ILLER ""mag ti eJ0M: ALPMft See Hughes for Hardware. Musioal goods Woods dep'fc store. 'Have J. "W. Carter tune your piano. fAldarman Pearoe is still doing well and bids fairtp be up soon we aro glad to report. CASTOR I A for Infants and Ghildron. The Kind You Have Always Bought M&&K Boors tho Signature) of &0 Rev. J. M. Chapman was in J from Midway today and request Boy wanted to deliver papers on North side. Must have pony. 5 ed us to announce that there ..Reporter office. We will sell you ladies' dress goodB twenty per cent under the market price. Pegues Bros; .Prank Adkinson. an old friend .dMyfaok Weaver came in this week on his way put. west on a nrngnonHnoi tniir TTo livnn at I ''"'". b' Hamilton. R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 18 October 1905

jfrteJiMfca'l'w iMMr -...J... ui.wJiniiiii'in'inii'H "it iJiVwriTflT - '. mhc Wmn'iw)i'iip'wiO'tmi''''8"ll'""""ii' """ '""" ""' '"" '" ' WattttalMIMtMl ' ' 1 i IM RHEUMATISM BODY RACKED WITH PAIN No other1 bodily Buffering is equal to that produced by the pain of Rhctt. matiflm. When the poisons nml acids which cause this disease become in- trenched m the blood there is hardly any part of the body that is not of- u i ' Tlie muscc9 become sore nnd drawn the nerve3 twitch nnd sting the joints inflame and swell the bones ache every movement ia one ol agony and the entire body is racked with pain. Rheumatism is brought on by indigestion stomach troubles torpid Liver weak Kidneys and a general inactive state of the system. The! refuse matter instead of passing oil through nature's nvenucs is left to sour nnd form uric acid and other acrid poisons which are absorbed into the blood. Rheumatism does not affect ail alike in some cases it takes About fifteen yoarii njfo I had a sovora nttnek ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 19 October 1905

ABILENiTDAiLY ( u :m ?vtm ? & VOLUME X I ABDLENE TEXAS THURSDAY QCTOBER 1 905. NUMBER 97 REPORTER 5ff ' V' I V? .v fr ! 1' l L'tt I A Selling "the Robertson "Wj are soiling this fine body of land whioh is situated between Sweetwater Crook and tho ahinnory and just about tho mouth of Sweetwater Creek. Tho Clear Fork of tho Brazos runs through tho land. The most of it is the beat of Sandy land with plenty of water arid wood. Will soil in blooks to Buit purchasers. Terms: One- fifth cash and eight or ten years on balance 8 per oent interest. "Wwill be on the land surveying and blocking it up this and next Week and oan see you there or oull on us at Abilene or Berry and Coggin at Merkel. Move at once while you oan get good piok. Wo also have plenty of money to lend oa lands; 8 per berit on long; time. ' COMPERE BROTHERS Land 'Dealers and Money Lenders. ' ED. S. 1IUaHESwlrcsldenti J tA. (CUNNINOHAAJ. Vice President." HENRY JAMES Cashier W R. KEEBLE. Asst. "Cashier . l THE FARMERS and...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 19 October 1905

tw '&Jkmtfw& tntaHWMWaMaife "" t rikailB if ' ' : ' ' v .: IN RECOGNITION OF YOUR PATRONAGE v f! T! I Lit lf. . ist " We Have Spared No Efforts L. . .-. ..Mm ii'i Miii-jniMtfiii'1' i I'll-'"""""" "' I'iM II It . t IJ 'I 'A I' I i. i. to provide oar stock with just swell articles of Seasonable Merchandise as will appeal to your best intelligence and enlist you more actively than eve as our customer and friend. To study carefully the needs of the trade is a duty we recognise to the buying public and to accurately anticipate their requirements calls for fall knowledge of values and up to date judgment of fabrics and styles. " How well we have succeeded in our efforts we coi'dially invite yoii to visit our store inspect the largest collection of high-class goods ever placed before the buying public and give your verdict. ' 'K ; . ' ...'.... - E- .1 '.'..'. J ' . Yours .fpr business 'i'Si' V-iS" ' fJ&'li'f: ' Mf -WV.i ." . ' ?!' l.-'-h.' -.: .. v -n . r-. .fflfj' ''rr'wUT1 A ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 19 October 1905

i IG BGIML OIF Drtfmmes Sample Blanfce Friday Saturday and Monday Octobe 20th 2st 23& 500 pairs Drummer's Sample Blankets 1-3 off. QTrrc SOO.paits Drummer's $ample Blankets 1-3 off r t V (V Tfc fw wac: grades from tne cheapest cotton to tne finest lambs wool blanket. The samples have been cat ef iilly handled tand ate lonly slightly soiled. We offer them dwing this sale at about 33 1-3 per cent below regular price. This means T'his is a rare opportunity to supply your wants in this JiercBningi a thr Very planing of the seasoSi Come early and get fest'seliecMonsas we showWly one pair of a kind. r'M:.''H ' .' V 'i ":'"'. '. - ' Pw wilf Wo r; f o rouv ixuui syiiv Remember the L v INTER WE ARE SOLE AGENTS Hawes FOR iMaBBm H. .It. fllLLER That Norther If You Don't Let ua put Thos. White Heaters You will wake us some of these fine mornings nearly frozen. 4 - i Get ready now. We are anxious to serve yqtf. We want your bwslnesi. . ' Q '. . -..:; ' - BOONE-MUELLER HARDWARE Company Float ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 19 October 1905

-. " . .. Ammmmmmmmmmtm MwVt!atii).iMiWilrt mm WWIIIIIWIlijWafWUM) WH1IVHWM iiiitMirtqiw'ihlMMiwi'wiiJ''iiwwwwfayi -UiLinHiiiiii'i'lfti'l rfwrtn l"nl'l ' "''"" twrtipwi """ 1 A a i :i It m iti i.tf 'I 11.. 1 I 1:1 isa Irf Yi rTS 111 1 J B ; i t I; j IO fj jiaV fc m .i. nani ahM j jj kjm fc -.-- fc ftfcBAm akjfejft f kiy Mtafflt WfWlffWfflWWW tnWIinWmWrWa I Fvtnitutel ;. j.. oavauu ex ovna. 3 3 -3 E We carry a complete tfp-to-date stock. --------' Setf on Installment plan Sooth aide. Phone S. W. 144. seujwwww www lU'UiUiuiiiiiiui 3 3 31 "We Haye It" If to the school sapply line. GOOD GOODS at right PRICES-We keep no "shoddy" Roods and can give you the beat values for; your money. Others may ory "Cheap Goods" but what do .you get? Children sent to our store have our speoial services; " MAGEE & RICE Druggists. Abilene Texas. V w. m. INGLE Tho Chestnut St. Grocer. " - - vL V AYS VH AND. L E.J3 H E B E S T. ' ' ' '' ;" !' ' BOTH PHONES 185. ' 4 DALLAS TEXAS 205 MAIN STREET. LOCAL TEL...

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

A Rtl FNE RFPORTFR i' " ' '&' i !iit 1 ABEL1NE TEXAS UONDAY OCTOBER 23 905. NUjpi0$ VOLUME. ait !.! m-sn JWVJLLfX .Selling the Robertson Ranch' I FIRST GUN. la 1r Wu are soltag this fine body of land whiqh ia situated botwoen Sweetwater Crook and tho ehinnory and just about the mouth of Sweetwater Creek. :The Clear Fork of the Brazos runs through tho land. The mpst of it is the best of sandy lan.d with plenty of water rfndwood. Will sell in blooks to suit purchasers Terms: One- fifth Jash and eight or ten years on balanoe 8 per cent interest o Will be on the land surveying and blooking it up this and next weekand pan see you therebr will on us at Abilene or Berry and Coggin at Merkel. Move at once while you can get good pick. "We also havo.plentytof mqney to lend on lands 8per cent on long time. COMPERE Land Dealers and Money Lenders. ED. S. HUOHCS President. J. AV. CUNNINGHAM Vice President. B " I D .t 1 "ABIlKNiK HENRY JAMES Cashier. W. R. KEEBLE Asst. Cashier THE FARMERS and ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 23 October 1905

ioi.iufiiilMwOT1 ' .'' ' ' '('" r. ' ' i I It M rtJMull)r1fMfWri'h'l'WllIMtiMWfIMJtlllllllllll.lll.iil( iM-i - 1 i r' I.l.ln mtii.tiW i fwiwjii.'f''i"y..jJilii wiriiin.v.rfi'Mliu'ifn'iinn'.ii'i'i iiy ' "" w"i""i - ----. j v ...gu. 1 ' ' ."" ''''"'. i.. ' l mu'iiTllinnil " V' ' '''""" . . '..-i.f-.l .--.Kllim'mw'-'-'-' ' i - . ''V . - - - 1 iiii .I-. Iii . .m.iiliw.lyaw.MiiniiliiiirtiiWn J" ' t ' . . . ..l Jf riff"! I I II l' " ff'"''" It ii ) uu. r TJ?TriT K! IN RECOGNITION OF YOUR PATRONAGE We Have Spared No Efforts t i '"iAwiRaWflnjiMm it -frrnMnMirrrwHwiiMM-nrMif r i L-'T'" '-"""'"W 1 ' ;k (! ? ii MS i IP 'I ! H V i i t i 1 t L to provide out stock with just such articles of Seasonable Merchandise as will appeal to your best intelligence and enlist you more actively than ever as otir customer and friend. To study carefully the needs of the trade is a duty we recognise to the buying public and to accurately anticipate their requirements calls for full knowledge of values and up to...

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

i ""f I1 'A u ti Weather PrnMctiMs. Tonight and Tuesday t Partly cloudy weather; wanner. 8efe Hughes for hoatera. See Hughes for Hardware. Mualoal goods Woods dop't store. Buy your winter undorwoar at Pegues Bros. . r Bradfield's drug store for the best mineral water. Pop oorn popped or not popped at Joe's Kandy Kitohon. Laughter Undertaking Co. open day and night. Call at or phono P. H. Hammook'e furniture stbro fc.i ii i w W E. Harvey and wife of Po- tosi balled today and renewed for The Reporter and Dallas 'News. i i i i Sfc ii ilea W. M. Freeman who has beenjviBiting her daughter Mrs. Bon Hill rotnfned home to Con- tent today. For the gun shoot at the El Paso mining opngress $500 in purses have been provided as well b trophies of various values John F. Northington returned to Thurber Junotion today ac- companied by his daughter Mrs. John MoCamloy and ohildren to ' spend a couple of weeks. Why buy a cat in a sack at our exhibit next week we will show you a Majestio in actual oper...

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

..r;. ....... . '.... '.... irt.. . ..'. ..'... .a-i.3 WtHHKWIRBHBw )jitUILgX.iU!(llJtUIMlLJiiillWIMUrC)Jiaiiililrtl) iil'iiWuiiiiuVii w.w...... innin-'imi ' m luintww mMMtMMMaM ..rfeT.a!l!imW'""w1Mwa"""'"v . . .-. ....i...uii!MiMl.wmglMimW!SfJWi )' i'MMMU nuUWiiihw MimiuiiMrifn rin rtrri"!1 in1"1' tiitivwi irnlMir rn-i "; - r """ui I) I I 1 I m I'M 'I A TRAINED NURSE After Yera of Experience Advises Women In Regard to Their Health. (Cra. Martha Pohlman ef 65 Ctifeter Avoauo Newark N. J. who is s Pr Illo sduate Nurne from tho okley Training School at Philadelphia and for alx years Chief Clinio Kuraeatthe Philadelphia Hospital writes tho letter printed wi1ott. Sho lias the advantage of personal experience besides her professional education ska what sho has to say may be absolutely relied upoa. Many other women are afflicted as sho was. They can regain health in the samo way. It is prudent to heed such advice from sacli a source'. "Mrs Pohlman writes! "I am irmly persuaded after olght...

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

ARH FNF REPORTER. ..". ' ." ... J?. ffl ; ' " I I l In ' . ..ii i I.I . . . . . ( . r LIV1L i VOLUME X ABDUElSEv TjEXAS JTUESDAY OCTOBER 24 J 905. NtlMB&02 41 w . tf Selling the Robertson Ranch We are Belling this fine body of land whioh is situated botwoen Swoetwater Creek and the shihnefy and just about tho mouth of Sweetwater Greek. Tho Clear Fork of the Brazos runs through tho land. The moat of it ia tho beat of sandy land with plenty of water and wood Will sollm blooks to suit purchasers. Terms: uno- fifthoash and eight or ten years on balanoe 8 per o'ent intereat. We will be on the land aurveying and blooking it up this and next weeHc and oan see you there; oronll on ua at Abilene or Berry and Coggm at Merkel. Move at onoe while you oan get good piok. We also have plenty of money to lend on lands 8 por pent on long time. COMPERE brothers; Land Dealers and! Money Lenders. ARMV IS LOST. EDrS. HUGHES President. - x J. M CUNNINGHAM Vice President. HENRY JAMES Cashier W. R. KEE...

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