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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 September 1911

i 9m PHrit STAPLB AND FANCY e Perfected Styles For f.9 A "' MniT"'t"" "'-' 1.1 4' ' i I inn l WTh BaBBBBaaaaWHB Fall 1911 1 ' J 1 i.d It lilt L)' h m n If. Iffl t i As revealed in our La Vogue Garments satisfy the artistic sense and please the personal taste of every woman who sees them. OUR LATEST SHIPMENT OF CHARACTERISTIC STYLES RECEIVED YESTERDAY See this Interesting exhibit of authentic fashions here at the La Vogue Store. New and accepted materiate$unningly wrought by these master tailors into garments you'Ilbb proud to fwn and wear. ?F LA VOGUE SUITi y LA VOGUE COATS jr Of serges cheviots worsteds jFfOf pluflu broadcloth and fancy and many kinds of mixtures f coatings; novelty styles. Priced Priced at value $20.00 to $35. f atJalue f 15.00 to 927.50 will give It oiir cftroful nttontlon and nusuro you that during the month wo Will ninko Bpeolal prices on high gra'do groceries that will save you money. Fresh Veigetfpibles Wo rii'i'ho i.cry day fresh vegetables ovory kind the ma...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 September 1911

.$" i tr AIM WML MiMMMMiMbfcM illHl ! MIGHTY PURCHASE K 1 '1 tt - i M j. A I $1200J) Wdrth of High Grade Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Staples Under- wear House Furnisnings Hosiery and Ready-to-wear Goods For Men Women and Children bought and Purchased at 39c -ON THE DOLLAR 39c Thrown together with our own magnificient High Class $60000.00 Stock and all to be combined to launch to the great buying public the greatest of all stupendous Bargain Occasions ever before the people inaugurating for 16 consecutive furious Selling Days. A Giant Carnival and Great Fall Sale WAIT Wednesday Oct. 4th to Saturday Oct. 21th Railroad Fare te Abilene. T Free A Bargain Occasion Unprecedented in the History of Mercantile Activity 16 days of terrific slaughter that will mark this Great Fall Sale aa the auporlor selling occasion evor before the peo- ple. A sale that Is of greater Importance to the people than any like accasion has ever been before. Thousands upon thousands of dollars worth of the w...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 September 1911

' timtxx - A ! 4 I't i:i -ZVi. r - B g OlXtCCn lidyb Garments for Oct. 4th to rw; t w in choicest products every rrr rsrs1 FALL SALE FLYEB FALL GINGHAMS Gingham. Check Amoskeag Grade. Positively and absolutely worth 7 l-2c in this great Fall Sale the price fjn Is the yard lb SIXTEEN DAT SIXTEEN BLANKETS BLANKETS BLANKETS Full size cotton blankets in this great saie...43c $1.00 grade 10-4 73c $3.00 Wool Blankets $2 48 $3.50 AB Wool $2 98 $5.00 grade $3 98 $7.50 grade $5 48 Wool Flannel that is positively worth 25c per yard in this great sale the price Is per yard 17c NOTIONS NOTIONS HAIR BARRETTS In an elegent assortment all in this fall styles speclals'at 20c 25c and 50c BELT BUCKLES AND PINS Every one new in grades of 25c 50c and 75c for 25c 35c and..50c HANDKERCHIEF SPECIALS A large assortment qf ladies' handkerchiefs extra specials at 5c 10c and 15c One case good hair pinB per paper 3c 2000 dozen good pearl buttons per dozen 2C Women's featherbone collar supporters per set. .5c L...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 September 1911

KIM WMT. 4 Mammoth Suit Saie I Days Wednesday October 4th to Saturday Oct. 21st v llH 1 i ' 9SG-MENS HATS-98C Men's Hats Fedora Tuxedo Tourist and S e t s o n Shapes positively and absolutely worth up to $2.50 broken lines good styles in this Great Mammoth Sale. Your choice 98c Startling Clothing Prices Furnishing Goods Prices and Prices on Men's and Boys9 Wear THOUSANDS of dollars worth of High Grade Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods for Men and Boys to be sold in 16 Days at prices cheaper than ever known before. Take time by the forelock and secure your new suit at a tre- mendous reduction. Save while you may. See every values for men and boys. No mother should pass this unheard-of opportunity to fit out tne boys for the fall and winter. M. & W. Naumberg & Co. world famous renowned Boys suits shown in an endless profusion and priced cheaper than ever known. Every man who wants to be well dressed and who has the slightest inclination to be economical should avail him...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 September 1911

rAOK ' r . i il" CUi M CO? R flL" .-. I MF IF ..ldrH fe II JKHdft' h S-faZSLfcS iDUItitmayc&u TT 1 . Jl itJBjiJf 17 p7i mJCJ &. The usual causcot Kliumatisni is an excess of urteacid in the blood Which Wcnkdns andAcldlHes jthis vital fluid nncTprevents the proper amount of nourishment being nlfordcd thcitftiscles nerves and relieved by the use df JJfmbrils hot aprJjtions and other external BC cannot berrmflnent v henefltori hv siirti iu ucuunHFcnronB ana cintigerous it s alonca&arS.S.SIcUres Rheumritism. xtcim diseaafc It eoes doWiLJBffthe Id fromrihe circuIationPfrTat the are auaubricated andBrwith hnnr- nnstajvy IrrifnteitdiirTnflarned with S.S. haspransed and purified iseajlPTranin1ati0n disappears ISWKrv svmntom nf Rheumatism natism and medical ac'vice free to all. stores. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANT GA. ULLU OLUUU UN rnitmrnt.;. hut the a measures and taibUi things are aepenuea-u only way it jr possibll bloody anaremoves norvps. hones muscle filing matter instead!...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 September 1911

w n i& 'Dm rwaiim in iiar if -tnuln coodf II 7 H v v fl mWt i iff n W lf0Jr rxWfTKN THE DRYIFARMING CONGRESS MEETS ATTKNBANCtt AT MOltNlflG SES- SION IS SMALL BUT IMTKK. KST IS VMHf GOOD PROMINENT MEN HERE Speakers Become Enthusiastic as the Work of the Congress Is Bis- cosscd Meeting Will Lust For Two Pays. The second annual session oi" the Central West Texas Dry Farming Con- gress convened in Ablleno this morn- ing at 10:00 o'clock la the Hall of the Chamber of Commorce. The mooting was called to order by the President. R. E. Sherrill of Haskell county who ! asked the audience to stand while K G. H. Morrison pastor of the Firsl i Christian church of Abilene led in prayer. Mayor E. N. Klrby was then introduced and in his happy and orig- inal way welcomed the members of the Congress to the city. Mr. Kirby said In part: Gentlemen: I do not know how I should be classed. I have been in this country for 20 years. and have been farming more or less the entire time. It is a great plas...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 September 1911

II 1 1) rAs nsTMr a rl! ''I - i " ' ----Hi $2250.00 IN PREMIUMS OFFERED BY THE ABILENE Daily and Semi-Weekly Reporter IN THEIR GREAT POPULARITY CONTEST FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN CONTEST TERRITORY -TAYLOe. JONES NOUN FISHER RUNNELS CALLAHAN COUNTEST A beautiful nve-passenger fore- door 30 H P. Overland touring car; Model 69-T fully equipped with top and wind shield value $1050.00 offer ed as Grand Premium In the Abilene Reporter's Great Popularity Voting Contest Specification of Model 69. Wheel base 106 inches; body flve- pasaenger fore-door touring; motor 4x4 1-2; borBe-power 30; transmis siou selective three speedB and rt verso; F. & S. ball bearing; ignition dual. Splitdorf magneto and batteries; front axle drop forged 1-section; rear nxlo semi-floating; wheels artillery wood 12.1 1-2 Inch spokes 12 bolts each wheel; tires 32x3 1-2 Inches Q. O.; frame pressed steel; finish. Over- land blue; equipment three oil lamps two gas lamps and generator; tools complete set; extra added eq...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 September 1911

X i BeeT Iftade Sus g - "'' ' " "' '.. . i ..iIii.i.v..i.iiiii.iii' i- i.i. i ..i.ii.ii ui . 1 L I n ....iW .. .. i mi .... . .. . .. - . " - 0L g w SUvu-l&loci awdi luTscVOaaam Covss I tmtfCSi 3 P5f TSSl B . - - - I fl -a H ifj i c I iJ J I ff r S J 11. v. V v AH i. f i vr a b i: o rK I mjffi&m if i' i I II '1 ' s ul lOU Men and Young Men havebeen wearingriiMry clothes quite lajptenough. Change now 1 I and enjoy the satisfaction ihat goes witj(IWeffllg Stein-Bloch andJStlchbaum "double guaran- A teed" clothing which is spl at thiqjjes sir it wilUgFttstinctly to your interif Co come here for your FalliHit. Andes' time you weremajpiga selection from aFfng new stock of (hese vry desirable SteipBlociid Kingffibaum suits ijlyies and weaves tha$tfe" the choic- est of the seasofc We can fit Awn anjfFYoung.jfen of all siz.am& builds- we wanjT'emphasize to that it's the bef-fitting 2lothiever half jjjr f- Phoug flie fabric inyerygarme tipguarantgjrto be all-wool; anplry suit is ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 October 1911

r ABILENE REPORTER veunraxxxi ABILBNE TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER S lttL NUMBER 8. SEMI WEEKLY I 4 TWENTY-THREE FOR YOU IN THE REPORTER'S GREAT POPULARITY VOTING CONTEST PROPERTY LOSS IS INCREASING lJT TOTAL DEATH LIST AT ACS- TIN 1'Am WILL PROBABLY NOT EXCEED TIIKEE HUNDRED. 20000 Extra Votes Offered for Every! Ten "New" Subscriptions Secured This Week Great Campaign Now Thoroughly Advertised Throughout Contest Territory Contestants Are Taking Advantage of Unlimited Pos- sibilities in Vote Gathering. ooaooaaaaaoaao i census bureau cotton report a o a SPECIAL OFFER O Condition Is 71.1 and Already More U a Tlinn Three and One Half a A coon for 20000 votes O Million Hales Giilncd. D wiU appear in thin leeue of the O Q Reporter and will continue to O WASHINGTON D. C. Oct. 2.-The Of appear In each Ibbuo this week O census herenu reported 3.663066 bales which will be good when ac- ginned in the United States prior to eompanled bv ten new sub- O s0ptember twenty-fifth as against criptions to th...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 October 1911

-rgsm taw uffytvi Tkm TW wJtrmm Do You Like the Looks of Theses T i i. nf r4ii -iiiof fif vmt if fiipsp rln not. Come and see u. How YVt; iiavc ouiiicbiAiug unau win juok nt jv w i ' ; . wwmPnMaMaBMuaAM.iMfeWuW.. t j i Tj i I tK FOR BALE OR TRADE for farm a small two-atory brick 22x60 on lot 22x100 in Oak Cliff closo in on car lino. Prlco 15000 owe $1500. FOR SALE OR TRADE for farm or Abilene city property a nico two-story hoDBo built in 1907 in Oak Cliff half block of Intorurban and Btroot car has all modern convonlonces and n good trade can bo mado. Prlco 15000 owe $1200. FOR SALE OR TRADE Ono of the boat five-room Iiohbos with two acros of land .in North Park near SlmmonB College ; haB flno mlnoral well nice orchard haB wide hall with bath room small farm etc. Prlco $4600 FOR SALE OR TRADE One of th choicest flve-acro blocks in North Park splendid noun good oorr. cistern well and as good land aB there is in North Park Price $6000. FOR SALE OR TRADE A CHOICE nine-acre place three ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 October 1911

rAK MJHW POOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXCXOaOOCOOQCX000 ilenc's Greatest Sale y ia ik Oct H kV v B HI 1 5 i n A VC jF ii I ! - 3c S m mm JP' jf Wednesday IVI 8 8 uur igreajaoiiFpage wv esrcisemeift J wonxir-Qrie mi e: s; r g jw j s- jy 1 1 By actualMbiMt the ajg fulb21000 off 8 c lene counferas aire iownd lnjChis erreafi sale come at leajprie day during the sjde. i t7Ljhvv BEGINS orning Oct. 4th in lastyeek's paper told of the thousands of cut prices. ousand Cut Prices 4. prices. Never such an array of bargains offered in the Abi- We have a $75000.00 stock to select from. Be sure to e Abilene Dry Goods COMPANY r MNM1N E CUT PRICES THOUSAND OOOOOCXXCXXX300COaCOOO 9S5Wj ocxjqoooooooooooooccqocooooooooooo HOW TO ARM IY JUDGE KONE 7ABMHQ HELD IT AS THE NOIL LMT PROFESSION MAN MAY FOLLOW. CROPiDlVERSIFICATION Bzake the Land Deep in Winter taltiTnta the Growing Crops Skallow and Use Yonr Brain Adrocatod. Judge Koac said in part 1 am proud to bo hero and proud al the privilege of addressing thiH bod...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 October 1911

K&1iniiyTii''"f"iiiinin in n't fri'a iCJ'lrtT3iWtrrtVffTflrtiffiiimifr""J mO. j McDAVID BROS. REMOVAL SALE PAGE FOB . . . .. - . j. . . . - 1- . - i Sl I r BBBMBBBMBEEMBMiWMIMBBiM'" i 4' 3 ft K S R V. To the Public The greatest undertaking that over con fronted a dry goods merchant is to move We arc going to move. Our present quarters will be remodeled The portion in the cohter of our build- ing will be taken out The necessary work will create a vast amount of dirt and dust Rather than have the sli- ghtest damage to our merchandise we have secured the building formerly occupied by the Sellers Dry Goods Company for a short period. We would rather move money than mer- chandise thus In launching this tre- mendous removal sale we can assure you of values the like of which you have never seen before. We were compelled to make this change now or never When we are again in our new quarters we will be better equipped 1 THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS in profits to fee sacrificed. A tteumendisom sa...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 October 1911

PAGE FIVK lYOU MEET OUR SUITS $$$ i mM if v$ 1 w list vEvOn. Js v a V'ft flfilBh "- ' Mill W$" "" ' T r?f .V l"""'''" ff ijffMMMiJniMIMIltMMMMMl On the best dressed men on the streets in business in society and wherever correctly dressed gentle- men congregate. We are better prepared than usual this season to supply your wants in good clothes made by Hart Schaffner & Marx Spero Michael & Son and Alco System Clothes We are showing the new models in tans browns blues and fancy blue I J . -. i--.-.4-r nlivnn r VI ri WAAnloV H miXLUres 111 SLUUL& smnu cujlu. lcguiai cuts. We can fit you perfectly in the suit of your choice. Prices range from $10 to $27.50 Overcoats from $10 to $25 Boys' Knickerbocker Suits $2 to $10 Nobby new blocks in Men's Hats in brown tan grey blue and black $1.50 $2 $2.50 $3 Copyright Hart Sckaffncr A Marx HERE IS A NEW HART SCHAFFNER & MARX SUIT pictured from real life CO? we can show you the original here Vu Edwin Clapp and Florshesm Shoes for men...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 October 1911

rAM six It I Come Tomorrow Prepared to Buy-- tb0 Matoyoufn Dress r x in ci urcc in material foi your ikmt Full or Wlnto Dross Alwnjs un easy delightful pleasure will lie tliypohnl ' of materials and plans for mnking nr new l-All doulily soloinornnv In this store Nqjf that Formal Opening Days are ovor OUTFIT deserves your beat attention. Tomorrow a ijiusss uuuus special. as ind. No more printed doserlption of the b stod bel OW havo boon solcctod with this particular idea in uty and matchless qualities of the fabrics Included in tlila sal j- oan begin to reveal tho exceptional. monoy-safvlng inducements offered during tills solo. Wo do say however that If ypu knvojtho least vl oh to choose from the vory cream of nw and stylish weaves by all moans como tomorrow prepared to buy. AT PRICES EVERY uniurniu runs arimnn Sponged and Shrunk Sergei and Itrondcloths He ady for the Needle a Specialty This Season. TAKE YOUR PICK from this! rfssirtinont and KNOW tha twhether yon buy enough for a Sk...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 October 1911

mb Bifr 1 -1 WANTS CONTINUANCE IN CASE OF MARTINEZ E If. Cunningham Lcavon Mo id at Night for Austin to Appcnr He. Tk m a Whole tho Croud Was Tory Orderly One One Theft CnpU C M. Waters of Jlawloy Shla- aery Bolt Is Attending Dry Farming CongrcsB fori Appolnto Court. In Reported. v i SEVEN ARRESTS WR PIONEER PEANUT MAN MADE ERE SATURDAY V TOR ABILENE J. f Cunningham Esq. will leave Monday night for Austin where ho will nrguo habeas corjnm hearing be foro Uio Court of Criminal AppoalB Wodntmday In the case of Leon Mnrtt- uoz the young Mexican sentenced to hang for tho murder of MIbb Emmn Brown an American girl near Sara por.a ToxiiH Tuesday Mr Cunning- ham will bo joined in tho capital by Goorgo EstcB of 101 I'aao who has boon engaged by Martinez' father and othor Mexlcana to defond the boy. ! Mr Cunningham will attempt to have tho case postponed until ho can got furtbor facts by affidavit OBITCABY W. It. RobortB departed this lif Beptomuor 18th 1911 aged 80 yearB flvo months and thr...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 October 1911

1 1 J i It Pt 'J w " ! I' i-) r cai B i u ! J lssp " hv FREE! 5 ou liML AJouv CAMPBELLS THHSB WATCHUS AUH NICKEL FINISH Btom-wlnd and Ht i-m nn i onliiKu-ilv totall from pair of Security School Shoos Ir tnr rmlv Mlf nn.l If In nililltlnn V vsaij -v. ...... . ...... ..... w OUR BOY'S SUITS we give you "Bos1 vDvAox) oos THKKK IS NO IIKTTKU HOY tftko no chnnccB when you buy ANTY of the MANUFACTURER made to give the wear you epe are up-to-date. We are showing a from 6 to 18 years. Swtts S$ P'fev O SpedaV 5eckfv Dacv 6er 3VVV o)l aie o Ao o seeMve e 3oae s o W a to's smXA. axvA a jav o SeoivW Soes and ttve ae s omlts vzz. $ om )Mvease oxvV e soes om caw otoauv e ojae Vi )a 50e aAAWvoxvaV. Afie oev yom e ies vwlios Cow axA Soes axA e )Yees ave v. "Se voae vs zz c ABILEHE'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PUCE Good For 20000 Votes ; in the Reporter's! Great Popularity Contest when accompanied by Ten New Subscriptions to the Reporter either Daily or Semi-Weekly or Both. This Coupon Will Only Be Accepted ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 October 1911

f fir ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER TOLUMUXXXI A HILBNB TBXAfl FRIDAt 0 CTODIK If 1L NUHDEll 6t CHARLIE HON KILLED IN HOME . OF WELL KN01 FEMALE EVERY DAY UNTIL OCT. 28 STRIKE SITUATION BECOMING WOKE TENSE MOMENTARILY ON ILLINOIS CENTRAL. WATCH THE CONTEST NEWS fHARRIMANlTNE FOR THINGS TO HAPPEN GUARD IS SHOT CHARACTER; ADMITS SHOOTING WIFE SURRENDERS Winner of the Automobile will Earn $52 50 per Day Until End of Contest. Contestants Who Mean Business are Beginning to Build Up a Big ' 'Re- serve" Vote Standing. Itrar? subscriber lo the Reporter (thou Id read tho "Coutest Nowb" each .lay until October 28 if they wish to week Jb touch with nil the Intoroellng tiappamgfl that will occur during the homostrrtch of tho Great Popularity aaca Many exciting incidents will take place before the climax is reach- ed and etery one who 1b interested in tfip welfare of some one of the con- testant ehould watch every develop- ment that takes placo in the Great Campaign. Only the real workerB will ta...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 October 1911

I B t: 1 r PAflE TW i - .: 'J 1 r i ra rr .! ! a w ATCH US GROW! Do you believe we are growing? Compare the figures and see. A comparison of the individual deposits of this baak will convince you that we are growing some. Compare them :- October 1 1910 one year ago - 5 5533.07 September 1 1911 last call - - 2'So f o October 2 1911 117768.52 As you will see we have gained about 110 per cent during the past year and nearly 25 per cent the past month. This is conclusive evidence of what the people think of us and of the DEPOSITOR GUARANTEE FEATURE. Open an account with us now.. We appreciate small accounts as well as large ones. The First State Bank and Trust Comp'y E. B. BYNUM PIIES T1. D-..1 tkof Anr.t.nninfeclYniii"Rnisinn9 I .' . .. .. .i.lri.i. Imciiii'ii j; y p I lUC UUUA Ulupw"i"wj'''''"" j IISIAII rjllintiH tudiiinii. J. 0. SIIELTOJf ACTIVE PROBE MADE N HOUSTON AFAR oooooaaaaaaoo a o C FORT NORTH MARKET Q oDooooaaoooooaa Chicago Close Wheat Dec. 97 May 103 . July 100 Corn Dec 6...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 October 1911

PAB tWJOM v rtwiJw4 TRIUMPH OF COMMERCIALISM With a rush a vim vigor and unprecedented enthusiasm hundreds of people have been busily buying up their supplies in this Tremendous Great Fall Sale for 2 solid days. Not an idle moment thousands of bargains await the great buying public for 14 FOURTEEN MORE DAYS AFTER TODAY 14 COM E FRIDAY COME M Til QD A V Pricestnat positively cannot be dupli- n I Ullllfl I cated once again throughout the season A Bargain Occasion Unprecedented in the History of Mercantile Aotivity Sixteen Days of terrific slaughter that will marlc this Groat Fall Salo as the superior slllng occasion over be- fore the people A sale that Is it greater Importance to tuo people than any like occasion has over bolfiylBlloro. Thousands upon thousands of dollars worth products in high grade Dry Gofds Clothln -Shoos jjHub Caps Furnishing Goods and Rcfidy to Wer Garji$Ht8 fo men women and children to on turown.uioi3Pthmar ror mxioen uaya at prices rormeny uBnuawu. i October 4t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 October 1911

TT L. YAM NM ' " ' J7 04. "' ' ' " I I II I. ' ' NOBBY PATTERNS IN FALL SHIRTS NEW FALL HABERDASHERY The best lines of these and all other items of men's wear are represented in our fall showing- now complete - Wilson Bros. Shirts and Ties FAMOUS THHOUGHOUT the country for their tasty patterns perfect fit and wear shown here in great variety of fall colors. Shirts of Standard cloths at .... Of Extra Quality Cloths at Novelties in New Neckwear at 25c New Arrow Collars J. UST OF Continued from page one. LADIES LIST IN ABILENE. Miss Juanita Young . 27600 Miss Pauline Adams 27340 Miss Lucern Hill 27100 Mrs. E. L. Norton 26980 Miss Dora Alice Forbus 26860 Miss Cora Griffith 268C0 Miss Ethel Moore 26C80 Mrs. J. W. Roberts 26420 Miss Ruby Goss 2W20 Miss Elna Honeycutt 2bl00 Miss Edna McKinney Jifiuo LADIES LIST OUTSIDE 4BILBNE. Hawloy Texas. Mies Nellie Youag 26C00 Trent Texas. Jliss Buena Beckham 6700 Clyde Texas. Mrs. E. S. Gott 26360 Miss Ora Crownover . 5000 HaJrd Texas Miss Elsie Nits...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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