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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 30 June 1904

im.aiMwitfaaniiNwuqiiijwiitoe 1 mhm iwinNwinywwi'w ji iWwr.a.i wwtwigiiyiwriwiwiiwiiw y r.:rn'aAnm)ii' a iriwiWl WIKil 111 1 " 'J A tf V tun a mAr slteeM fee IflllKC Mvrca Xvary metWer faeha great dread af tke aki and dtahger attemiaat wpo tkemaat critical ptm4 f r -ta- aiUlK hfc Um auffariaa ao4 4e&nr incldeat to ibe ocdeal mmkt itantt&fkatio'a one of bImj. MtUMr'a Friend it the only r( which relieve! women af the great pais aad danger of maternity: thw hotif Which it dreaded aa weman's ererest trial F ftet sly made paialew but allr the .danger k availed fcr it m; Thote whb tue this remedy jereiM longer deiaeadefct er gieeaay ; aervounei nasMa aad other dittreuiag ceaditioaa are rarsaeaaf tha eyttiaa atade' raaTdyfer tka cetnlng event aft tke aerioeaacaideaU-ae cemmba to tha critical . how are obviated by the aw af Meiker'a UlAllWAaktii Mm4 "It i. worth iUjwa-chtia-gold.f ffliIMP L aye many who kave sed it. tx.oo pec IIIVIIIVI V bottle at drug etorae. Book eontaiairit ) Tak...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 1 July 1904

ABILENE DAILY REPORTER. I VOL. IX. ABILENE. TEXAS. FRIDAY JULY 1. 1904. 19 i lv vr !? ifrfcMfc HOLD UP! WAIT!! If you expect to buy lota right sdon wait juat a littlo bit for If the title proves; to be all right we will have from 50 to 75 lota for sale in a few days in good location and oheap; and by the way you oan pay for Hhom by the month or by the week. if you prefer. Anyone wanting lota for a good home or.the young man or woman who wanta to invest a small am oUnt of his monthly or weekly earn- inga oan do no better than Beo ua AT ONCE abouttlieae lota. i MM.mBvpWi- nnfVfr Real' Estate; Insuranco 4f COWPtnt BROS. Loan and Rental Boys t M. H. Compero C; C. Compere Notaries Publio Abilene 3t4itnff?tift$iif itit"t"t"t"itt4t$ I ED. S. HUGHES President. J. M. CUNNINGHAM Vice President. HENRY JAMES Cashier. W. R. KEEBLE Asst. Cashier. THE 1 i FARMERS and MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK I v . .-"- A I Capital and Surplus $100000.00 t . - - - - - - - TEXAS.P ABILENE Tie American National Bank O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 1 July 1904

it'frtTrhTilt'tMtb ) Some at One-Half Some at One-Third and Some at One-Fourth OFF REGULAR PRICE. r vv K j i ! 3 m H Oar Clearing Sale on font interesting lines begins to-morrow. The balance of all out. stock of Summer Goods has been marked down to money saving prices. We do this for three reasons: First. It keeps our stock free from old shopworn goods. Second. It gives us ready cash to bay more goods with. Third. It pleases oar customers to get sach bargains as oar Clearing Sale always pats within their grasp. Here they are: Mattings 50 pet cent off o one-half less than egtila pthe 25 Rolls Japan and China Matting. This is the balance of oar summer stock of these goods. We sold more of these mattings this season than during any previous summer. Housewives are fast finding out what comfortable durable and economical floor covering they make. ; "' Linoleum 25 pet cent off o onefocttf& less egtla ptice. - 500 square yards of 8x4 and 10x4 ideal kitchen or dining .room covering. " '...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 1 July 1904

LYDIA E.PINKHAMS jgEWBlE f flMPflllMp k J jtn- WWllMhTJ! .jnf -ja Has Cured More Women Than Any Other Medicine in the World. 111 V m Its annual sales are greater than those of any other medicine exclusively for women. MV mm It holds the record for the greatest number of actual cures of woman's ills. This fact is attested I f by hundreds of thousands of letters from grateful women which are on file in the Pinkham labc- 1) I ratory and which are constantly being published. Mr T TVTofif olnna onn rmAitn cnr1i tvcnltc (lrrA iirlirArftcinnr Cfttrc frt caN Vf fnf iti (rr o titiia Knf merit alone can stand the test of time. The ablest specialists now agree that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the most universally successful remedy for woman's ills known to medicine. All sick women should note these facts and placing all possible prejudices aside should realize the truthfulness of these statements; and that a cure for their troubles actually exists. Wise is the woman who has faith ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 1 July 1904

1 !. A ' I W 4 8 11 f LVtlv ik.' N SORESMdULCERS SHOW A BAD COHDITIOH OF THE BLOOD When the blood is iti bad condition a bruise cut scratch or any slight injury to the flesh is apt to become an ugly-looking sore or ulcer. Sometimes a boil blister or pimple is the beginning of a large eating ulcer or open discharging sore Often tlic blood is naturally bad and is that Way from birth and such people suffer with vari- ous kinds of Sores from infancy through old age. The bloou may become so weak . and watery from the effects of urn""! mnlanal sickness ucbilitv or place pnieoUcliwnlctreubletha hi imnnritiiv lirrnb nut n lliDrorad in.l nin .. i. i... - ttUd oaa sores on mc lower ex- bnit again staioonM Iwm oTortho favor ami tremitics or other part of the wi completely and permanently cured. body. There is always some morbid uuhcalthy matter in New the blood that keeps the sore discharging and must be gotten out before it . -w. will heal. Washes and salves while cleansing sooth- Impaired it...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 2 July 1904

.to BAA.? It ..'.i '.-. " ' ft' '- v ' i tdhi '.-' f iCElfE .TEXAS .STXJBDAT JJJLYJ2. 1904. ?M. NO. ' m -r 33 4 iX & m- w -.. ' V $&.. 1 r v " - HijNfr'fr ' IHOLD UP! WAIT!! -Hk; If od'eTepeqjbuy-ibts right sootf-wailr just -a liitto bit foifheJ'tltlefovefl'to'bSvalrlghtwe1 will'have 'from T?. 50 to! 75 lots" for sale in a few oheapf and by the wayyou ban payfoVHhem "by the t& .month or by the week if you prefer. Anyone wanting lota 'mT for a good home or the young maVjwman whoYWante v" to invest a small.;ampunt of his mohthlyw.ott.wQokJy earn "lc ings can do no better than see ub AT ONCE about theae; W'- lota; BB- $44 M. H. Compere C. C. Compere Notaries Public Abilene j 1 GD. S. HUMES Presided. J. M. CUNNINQIIAM Vice Presldeat. "f -? -. THE FARMERS andlrtERCHTSATIOi-iW Capital and Surplus $ J 00000.00 S AaiUlUlE4 A TTTlTniTtTt .- J American .' Of Abilene. CAPITAL PAID '. pmelostihttion Managed We Solicit J. Mlyt'AQ&TAVPi President 1. J. Q. Shklton Ass'tGshier. eITI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 2 July 1904

il ..ir.. i.i.i .i - ""i 1" rr m ninim iiiwwuwin -mm- wi ny. iiWwk-' I ((Hi i ini p mninwnwn .mil 1 'i ! I !i 31 tK i""tn"tt-tl"tfl"' 'Jrfc T Some at One-Half Some at One-Third and Some at One-Fourth 1 w- OFF REGULAR PRICE. tr- 5..v 4 ' i v tfh &$$' fy-'lt'iJ "'' f W"' "''"' '.in"v ii'i"in i' i Jin i I 8 3 '.' !A ft Our Clearing-Sale on tout interesting lines begins to-morrow The balance of all our stock of Summer Goods lias been marked down to money saving prices. We do this for three reasons: First. It keeps our stock free from old shopworn goods. Second It gives tis ready cash to buy more goods with. Third. It pleases otir customers to get such bargains as our Clearing Sale always puts within their grasp: Here they are: s Mattings 50 pet cent off o one-half less than egla price. 25 Rolls Japan and China Matting. This is the balance of oar summer stock of these goods. We sold more of these mattings this season than daring any previous summer. Housewives are fast finding oat wh...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 2 July 1904

' Jfc I v i 4? c .c -A JC t I SrS te ? 4 r 6 Mueller A Son Hardwire It wit(ierek. Fewor Gallons "Wears linger. ' My homo on Oheatnut street for aalo. Arthur Herring. ! in. tm ' t Sefvon hoad of oattlo for salo at a bargain. J M. Inglo. Got wise and drink 'Crazy Wat- er $175 a oaao at Cross Watsons. It will he red. Phono your orders' to Lovob market for dressed ohiokens and turkeys. ' Eat drink (Crazy Wator) and bo merry. $1.75 a oase at Cross "Watsons. Ladies' underwear at 20 per cent off for oash. MoDaniel Mercantile Co. It will be red. Miss Lena Spaujding returned today from a visit to Miss Bessie Harndon at Trent. m Umbrella's 75 cents to $3.50 go for oash at 45 oents to $2.50. MoDaniel Mercantile Co. Ml I. II II All Laundries will be closed Monday and will not take up clothes until Tuesday. The Demoreat Paper Patterns are always correct. Bpgar Campbell Sellers & Co. It will be red. Mrs. M. A. Boyoe came in Fri- dap from Nashville Ark. to visit her son J. A. Boyce. m Three un...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 2 July 1904

".! 1 -m VW "'tJ.' -X": tiifj0m $ ' yl'UliMtW!lM AlW)iti. f. A fi nr;'iw-iw''t'' " '""' W"J" It & If 1 4 4j ;' m; '.?s i- I?. : V ; .!' WoniDS ''JBjYY -J-ii aShi iit.i; MSMfl HwlWv Mjnr's Trtewlt ky its peMeftratiiir and soothing- properties mif maMa aarromuaaa ad alf uapleasant feeliafs mm . prsyarea the syaiaaa fer the v . eltiiat AeptfcroUfli i eveau sareijr an witn bmx kle awgarkf m muiki t .ILA .'ITT 213 mmxsm ana "t se a. its watsfct sa sldV' tx.e r VmU el dvftggiata. Seek ooatainiag mable uuormatwn mailed .Rtwiu nwvuilfli. Wit MfHHna wa. !'-ii HI f. . r . r n M"rn uiifii sk l-Ic t - i w? JbbbbV My ' itflT 'jssbbbssV. in IB . t & 'SBsSBH 11 1 9 InH -'MB 't ' 1 :BwT r ' ' ' ' " '' ' ' ' mmmmtfimima miummmum IXipOE Succeiiois to R. G Anderson &. Co. "STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES : GRAIN and FEED STUFFS. 26JPineStreeti First Class Goods and Reasonable Prices. Your Patronage Solicited g Southwestern PhoaelNo. 43. Roberts Phone & No. iU x JrRrWrWWr Mm k SuooeaBora to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 5 July 1904

ABILENE DAILV REPORTER. VOL.IX 4BIL51NE' TEX&. TUESDAY JUiLY 5; 1904. NO. 22 HOLD UP! WAIT!! X If you oxpeol to buy lots right Boon wait just a little T? bit for if the title provesto bo all right we will have from y 'ft GO to 75 lots for sale in a. few days in good location and y ohoap; and by the way you can pay for Ihom by-the'!? month or bv the week if vou nrefer. Anyone wanting lota nf for a good homo or the young manorwornan $ho vrants nJfrif to invest a small amount of his monthly or 'weekly earn- inga can do no better than seo us AT ONCE about these lots. Real - Estate Inauranoe T . ft. & M. H. Compere C. C. Compere Notaries Public Abilene L TUmrtUt OIWO. Loan and Rental Boys I ED: S. HUQIIES President. J. ftt. CUNNINGHAM Vice President. HENRY JAMES Cashier W. R. KEEBLE Asst. Cashier. THE 1 I FARMERS 3lld MERCHANTS' NATIONAL Bftwl . ... . J VHX1IX. Capital and Surplus $00G 00.00 imr.RMR . ....j-....-. . TEXAS. L The American National Of Abilene. CAPITAL PAID IN $7500...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 5 July 1904

ffi9S?ssi ff t N itittfitt'?hHt?fr T tgk m im ! ti'M " 3" ;. .'. -Y.ft J-1-' V ! '" F i 3 ?' f .. rU-. i l: h r h ?-. so Sy'l ti !&! a ! te ft c?. M r' I mv a it- Some at One-Half Some at One-Third and Some at One-Fourth OFF REGULAR PRICK " Out clearing sale contintics with increasing interest each day. The balance of all our stock of Summer Goods has been marked down to money saving prices. We do this for three reasons: First. It keeps our stock free from old shopworn goods. Second. It gives us ready cash to buy more goods with. Third. It pleases our customers to get such bargains as our Clearing Sale always puts within their grasp. Here they are: Mattings 50 pet cent off o one-Half less than tegul&z prike 25 Rolls Japan and China Matting. This Is the balance of our summer stock o! these goods. We sold more of these matttngs this season than during any previous summer . Housewives are fast findmg out what comfortable durable and economical floor covering they make. -."f-'yi...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 5 July 1904

I 0 Muolier 4 Son Hardware. It will be red. FWor Gallons j Woara Longor. i m ' ' ii Jaa. 0. JonoB wont to Fort Worth today. eVon hoad of oattlo for oalo at a bargain. J. M. Ingle. Mrs. M. Marous roturnod homo to Dallas today. ItwiHbered. Mrs. C. C. Jaokson is visiting hor parents at Audra. New Kid Belts at Bogar Campbell Sellers fc Co. ' Miss Grace Heddell is confined to her bed with slow fever. H. J. Townsend has gono to Alabama on a businoss trip. It will be red. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harnod ) of Dallas aee visiting Mrs M E. Watson. Umbrella's 75 cents to $3.50 ' go for oash at 45 oents to $2.50. MoDaniel Mercantile Co. Work began Monday on Mrs. Doman's new home on Cedar and North Third streets. The Demorest Paper Patterns are always correot. Bogar Campbell Sellers fc Co. Leslie Tripp ran up from Dallas and spent the Fourth with his aunt Mrs. L. D. Kennedy. It will he ted. Three unfurnished rooms for rant to man and wife. E. B. Rollins. Get Stransky Steelware the ware that wears; im...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 5 July 1904

KJgJ&JSai$mMuui!SmS!immiumSmSHm liuiirggjwwwiii -:i i!) s i ' i ' r to K t ! ii 1 1 i i ' 4 ' ! '' s i i if I BBB BAIBF W!BK?!SS!55" ?!lmJrA fci.mBBBBBBBBB' Women who work store office or factory very rarely have the ability to stand the Miss Frankie Orser of Boston Mass. is interesting to all women and adds further proof that woman's great friend in need is Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound "DbabMbs. PiskdAm: I suffered misery for several years. My back ached and I had bearing down pains and frequent headacheo. I -would often wake from a restful sleep in such pain and misery that it would Ke hours before I could close my eyes again. I dreaded the long nights and weary days. I could do no work. I consulted different physicians hoping to get relief but finding that their medicines did not cure me I tried Juyala JE. Plnkliam's Vegetable Compound as it waa highly recomended to me. I am glad that I did so for I soon found that it was the medicine for my case. Very soon I was rid ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 6 July 1904

DAILY REPORTER. rDII- tvi i Lv tfOL. ix. APJiLENE. TEXAS. W EDEBDAY JULY .6 1904 NO. 23 HOLD UP! WAIT!! $Jiwf''fc'4'tjT ' MMMfrt'tf !"" w" " - "- If youexpeot to buy lots right soon wait just a little Dy?bit for iftlfdititleproyos to bo lill.right W(X will have from jy GO to 76' lota for salo'in atfeyr days in good looa'tioti- and fc loleap; and!;by thevay you can pay for thorn by the!$f nfonth or by tho week If you prefer. Anyone wanting lots ! for a good homo or the young nmnqr .woman who vjwtante T& to .invest a small amount of his monthly- or weejtly .earn- wT ings can do no bettor than son us AT ONGF about Ihtwtf'i'f; : h lots. fife A New Era foi Abilene Mayor Ellis is having Abilene Jh 0. Jt) P AsspclnUoB Second Dy. ' Following is a list.of doleeatoB i - . toleanod. Ihera is no Uhur' nn'Uv4flitot8 wIio.rogifltoroflHin.oo h. I a . w . ' . 1 name fonthe (going oyor which u qioqk Monday afternoons he in giving it. Rvpry corner of J JQhh Elliott J. .1. Millor IV Oiftllncnr' Or...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 6 July 1904

lifcUiimk oj.r "'- '".- .Vj.fflgffiieUa''i.T. .lyilr-.i.iaraias:i..ie;.i V 1 1 - i.Fwi'wnmn 1 1 mihht" " .11 ibiiiim n iiiipwii WfelliHtf WjtWffiU iW'WWiiWiBWWlMMWf FW(Wgrt . - L- . t . .- . --.-. 111 IIIW I i. - " . ii i. 3 1 i : : " " 1 1 1 Some at One-Half Some at One-Third and Some at One-Fourth OFF REGULAR PRICE. tfiW .' a K!I ' (.' I ". '! f. v ' 4 1 r ' 1 !' .1.! l( i t I i V 1 1 1 S i 8 1 I i a ! S t $ Oar clearing sale continues with increasing interest each day. The balance of all our stock of Summer Goods has been marked down to money saving prices. We do this for three reasons: First. It keeps our stock free from old shopworn goods. Second. It gives tis ready cash to buy more goods with. Third. It pleases our customers to get such bargains as our Clearing Sale always pats within their grasp. Here they are: Mattings 50 pet cent off o one-half less than regular price. 25 Rolls Japan and China Matting. This is the balance of "our summer stock of these good. We sold mote of ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 6 July 1904

: "'(. - V w- ' J. .l " Out Great ' . i- .' ' '".' i'. '- 'mZr$. P'.-m Wf . -':. f'TI !sJ7"V' t w' W - i "v j . "V REDTAG Begins Thursday July 7th and Continues Until August 1 st. HUNDREDS of people tnrotignotit the Abilene country have learned to watch for otir GREAT ANNUAL RED TAG.CLEARANCE SALE. Each year the significance of the Red Tag becomes better known Customers have learned that every item marked with a Red Tag means that it will be closed oat regardless of former price first cost or value. It is our custom as many of you know to close out all seasonable goods at a sacrifice rather than carry them over. This enables us to begin each succeeding season with a brand new stock. This sale will be the greatest bargain carnival in the history of the business. Every seasonable article in our immense stock will be tagged with a Red Tag and marked in plain figures at a price that will insure a quick sale. Our stock must be reduced thousands of dollars during this sale. Goods closed o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 6 July 1904

wS'iilfiS' Ff '?? i b' A & rk - -. M f : ft I 1 I! k i . t n :a &si ? P'; It" "1 1 ft f$ I. . tf H H' If r t ii i "WHAT'S BRED IH THE BOHE WILL OUT IH THE FLESH Is true of mankind as well as lower ananals. Wc do not ex- pect blooded stock from common sires physical 'pants from dwarfs and midgets nor well-developed robust children from tainted ancestors and sickly parents. It is contrary to the laws of nature and heredity which are inviolable unchange- able and fixed. Children not only inherit the features form and dispo- sition of their parents but the mental and physical qualities infirmities and diseases as well. That certain diseases are transmitted from parents to children are bred in the bone and handed down from one generation to another can not be denied for we see evidences of it every where and every day. SCROFULA a disease almost as fatal as Consumption is a disease of the blood is bred in the bone and will out in the flesh in the form of glandular swellings deep a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 7 July 1904

ABILENE DAILY REPORTER. Si' V $ 4 JL 5 tok xx. ABILENE. TEXAS. . THtTESDAY JULY 1904. NO 24 r 4 tMfrtirfr'fc HOLD UP! WAIT!! .jfe Hype'xpeoto.buy lotp right soon wji.il just u littlo y J bit fcjr if ithojtitleproves.to bo all right wo willjiavo from " Jj 50 to 76lots pr sale in a few days;in gooft location and jTO oheapand by the -vay'yoU' oan pay forl thorn by the T month or by tho week if you profer. Anyone wanting IoIb i!T$ for a crood home or tho voumr man ar woman who wants for a good home or tho young 'Wn to invest a small amount of his ings ban do no better than seo lots. - -vv b3mftKt DuVJc Loan andRental Boys M. H. Compero C. C. Compere ?t"$"l? '$' ED. S. HUGHES President. U. M. CUNNINGHAM Vice President. jTwftwWHWtBSR ?fcw'?.w"! THE FMIKRSand ERGHftflTS NATIONAL SANK -viss Capital and Surplus ABILENE ' i p wT -jScTT" Pffce Ametkcan Of Abilene. CAPITAL PAID A Hone Iastitotldn Managed We Solicit J.'Ml WaGSTaff Presideuc W.- G. Swknson Cashier fZ'X "- J. O. ShrltoN Ass't. Cas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 7 July 1904

nT.ni)Hmwiuiin'-a'imiij MEuuawiMBmiwaa . -- . r. .. ifw'wiiH 11 -nerj3Bi.ju.i niimwi iwp - tiwAtitawii)iwi)yMHlt!WaNiS 2 tf Some at One-Half Sole at One-Third and Some at One-Fourth It li OFF REGULAR PRIOR I W - Ji-iun.mniMuoui.iHiiu.'iiuw iM I-1 .) i W . w trrj hi si SBv la?"! PR 3& - Ji It" & s ! Out electing sale continues with increasing interest each day. The balance of all out stock of Summer Goods has been marked down to money saving prices. We do this for three reasons: First. It keeps our stock free from old shopworn goods. Second. It gives us ready cash to buy more goods with. Third. It pleases our customers to get such bargains as our Clearing Sale always puts within their grasp. Here they are: Mattings 50 pe cent off o one-half less than egtla pke 25 Rolls Japan and China Matting. This la the balance of out summer stock of these good. We sold more of these mattings this season than during any previous sommer. Housewives are fast finding out what comfortable durab...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 7 July 1904

( . ' rs S Jf V " " jvyj V1 -. J'.US.' . - .- fc.-.. " ' ..vr .. - .KE 3i: .." riav --.'.'- i ' . : mm E-?':i - .i? 'lh-0. Our Great ;. :- -K '.''- -'" . 'v .'i"L 'it ' "'&"'. '""'-V Vji'i '-.1 1- ' ; ?V?XMy . ;V -. . LJ -J I'M '" ' Mi- . i . ' " RED TAG .HHMBkHHf MM f ' fc Begins Thursday July 7tli....aiid Continues Until A no list 1st. r y HUNDREDS' of people thr otignoat the Abilene country have learned to watch for out GREAT ANNUAL RED TAG CLEARANCE SALE. Each year the significance of the Red Tag becomes better known Customers have learned that every item marked with a Red Tag means that it will be closed out regardless of former price first cost or value. It is our custom as many of you know to .close out all seasonable goods at a sacrifice rather than carry them over. This enables us to begin each succeeding season with a brand new stock. This sale will be the greatest bargain carnival in the history of the business. Every seasonable article in our immense stock will be ta...

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