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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 October 1911

rxQM imntt kx&aUfiwSMtomm& ivrsgaanggmagaraamy wy. .uL j. i Wow Do Kou Lre e Looks of These? We have something that will just fit you if these do not. Bme and see us. J i I FOR SALE OR TRADE for farm n gtnall two-story brick 22x50 on lot 22x100 In Oak Cliff closo In on cor lino. Prlco $6000 owo $1C00. FOR SALE OR TRADE for farm or Abllcno city property n nlco two-story bouso built In 1007 In Onk Cliff hnlf block of Intorurban and Btroet car hnB nil modern conveniences and a good trado can bo mado. Prlco $5000 owe $1200. FOR SALE OR TRADE Ono or tho boat five-room houses with two acres of land In North Park near Simmons College: lmo flno mlnernl well nlco orchard; liao wldo hall with batb room smnll farm etc. Prlco $4500 FOR SALE OR TRADE Ono of tha choicest flve-ncro blocks In North Park opleiulid nous? good oor.a cistern woll and nn good land jib there is In North Pnrk. Prlco $0 000. FOR SALE OR TRADE A CHOICE nlao-ncro place threo room house on olayed road. haB cistern sha...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 October 1911

S' n paoi ram PAQR VQVK 5V?e sfav TDmoTi8toal Qm HVvVv o MukYseV Ml CVvaAU SaAfc & 1 Bi E d.2Av JLi 7; inu fm(c (fcfi JfflA All fe?viiRj All JtoKHMtVirJVMHmJV fLJ-J-l " m.MM M I J w m & wsa KSnflB C4Hre UESDAY marks the beginning of our Fall Challenge Sale. PinoC tw HpmnnQtratp our ability to under-buy and under-sell. Each season we have held this sale offering linesof merchandise at such extraordinary low prices that have fixed this buying opportunity m the minds of the people and numbers wait for the announcement of the be- ginning of the low prices to do their season's hopping. Special attention is given each advertised article and without exaggerated claims we offer you the choice of the season's goods at the very first of the winter at prices that are usually quoted for January and February clearing sale. HE special low price concessions do not represent an article here and there but means a complete stock onened to vnn nffpi. mnntVic nf arcful buying and the closest se...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 October 1911

i IK1 ii i n ( -" .". . .. KHBl ITg?yccywr" $1 5 to $20 $1 5 to $20 Z MBPBlftC .- rv fe. LA. .MJb. - - li js..m .. 111 J 1 '" f?"? Uur buyer has returned'from Chicago where he boughi we nave ever ottered at anywhere near the price Ihe: sucn tailors as Lamm;&;Co. The Royal Tailors M. B ' - .. . ' hi winii im airrr rrrTJT:j-Tt VIH iVfrjoff iim..iry riacaS32 . ' iu Our Price!! iflryr'ii'rit?.- .. ...U. . u r3niuj:ss5si433:jas3 o Come in and buy vou a fine suit $fi.( sjyneof them from our $15 line whicl JMSBWniL.li'JHl'1'i.. " ..... . -. .-"'."" .-a--vic:u.- 4j.'.-aii' jmsmts xw - i yveare headquarters for good clothes' tnmgjnan wears Shoes Hats Shirts S Lhennestl fr(Jrxc nr&PV yFuJSL Lownd I S&'jfal WKmS .40fc urn ur c: II I J7ro Mil F (JU wh jr 9- ffiKS6.9Sr PC TTTV fiflrl jOjBTa 1 Jw i P fJrJT yz WflaeYW ine of Tailor Made Suits and Overcoats from $25.00 to $40.00 and are made bv other suph leading tailors. 15.00 120.00 We haase about 200 tailor-made suits all wool and to...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 October 1911

WON PRICE NOT RICHESON'S E E BT COLD YEATHEU AND FREEZES TEMPERATURE REPORT FROM SEVERAL SECTIONS ONLY LITED NINE DAYS AFTER BEING RELEASED FROM LEA- VENWORTH KAS PBJ80N. WAS ENGAGED TO THREE GIRLS IN KANSAS CITY PRIOR TO HROOKLYN TROUBLE flDLLAH PER GALE MORE HEART FAILURE IS CAUSE POLICE WORK FOR CLUES JOHN R WALSH GIVEN ST BANKER ISDEAD S A Oklahoma Had Bad Weather and Many Oilier Places Though Somo of Important Cotton CounUcB Remain Untouched By Associated Press. NICW ORLEANS Oct. 2L Frost freezing temperature with snow and ilect In tho extrcmo westorn section of the cotton belt havo put tho price of cotton ono dollar per bale higher than yosterday'B close at tho opening Uiifl morning. Weakened Daring nis Conflncment In Penitentiary Excitement of his Release Was Too Much and Death Resulted. By Associated Proas. CHICAGO ILL. Oct E3.-John R. Walsh 74 years old bankor and rail- road ownor who wan releaBod from Loavenworth Federal Penltont.ary n week ago on parole dlod of hoart dte-...

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 — 24 October 1911

PAWI RMT SEVERAL CASES HAVE B EN DISPOSED OF Cuntj Judge lUcdsoo Spent Very Hubj Week Hut Expects Two Horn Abonl tho Same The- wooH Just closed in county ourt has bcon a moat Btronuous ono railway company A. P. McDonald vs. P. & N. T Hall- way Company. j TUESDAY OCT. 24 J. M. Chumbloy vb. S. N. Railway Company. ' It. T. Lockctt vb. John Thomati. FRIDAY OCT. 27 W. McCullough vb S. A. Flaher. F. & M. National Hank vb. H. J. HhodcB ct al. SATURDAY. OCT. 28 C. W. Morgan & Sons va. Abllono Light tun! Wntur Company. MONDAY OCT. 30 Cliaa. F. Holcomb vs. Abllcno & "Cardui Cured Me" For nearly ten years at different times Mrs. Mary Jinks of Treadway Tenn. suffered with womanly troubles. She says: "At last I took down and thought Lwuld die. could not sleep. I couldn't cat I had doctors tfavo me up. I read t many and I began to take 6avcd my lifel Now I cand "it I Al over. The lad helped so curenjav uirciui Jung. Herring ot al. tor Judge Bledsoe ho having disposed (Soulllorn Ka...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 October 1911

1 frl ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER -Li ii i Z T011IMK XXXI HERMOMEIER OF EXC RUG RAPIDLY AND T Votes are Showering Into the Contest Department Like Confetti on the Carnival Grounds. All Records in Vote Gathering are Being Broken This Week. Question: Who Will Win? -i a a o 0 0 0 o o o o o o 0 a a o o 0 0 a o o 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 a a oaBaaaaaaaoaaa D ot!cc Outside Contestants a 0i The Ablleno Reporter's con- testants living outside of Abi- lene are rcquoBted to send In all votes held by them in the last mall leaving their post- oiiifo next Friday In order that th.it will reach the -Contest Department before the cloBe of the Contest which Is next Sat- tirdav night at eight o'clock sharp. All outside contestants that are unable to be present at the closing hour are requested to make arrangements with their postmaster to telephone collect" to the Contest Manag- er just before the closing hour Saturday night the exact num- b r of subscriptions the num- t r of votes and the amount of i muey t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 October 1911

"XX r. ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY! in Great Cnntinimtinn Sale ol-2M0tM Prices !!! 1. OT I WW P WW Tk.wmm'mwwm. .m m mm jhr I" i i I IKE a thunder cloud from a clear sky c L that this Great Fall Sale will be Gtfritii weeks of unusual Bargains twomoew.e Bring your neighbors and irien Once more we have cut the p star ices - -.. Ain 4- - i y-J f- r -- i r IS StaMHllg announcement auu mat is t 2 weeks 2 weeks longer l wo more .f unprecedented values come each day. KjcAxt lioJ?vat.PQt. vain ft p-iviner ever known. w morfiiCill the neonle resDond to the Greatest Sale evei&fn Abilene. rQ! s? A Bankrupt Purchase A. Largo Bankrupt Stock taken over by the Abilene Dry GoodB Company tellB the Btory of thla Great Fall Sale; the greateat car- nival of cut pricea ever la Abilene. 2at W W WREm4mmrkmmWmtommmmlT!mm mmWmVMTmtmmWm tTLwilfiiH iH b. a 1H . r 4H Kv Va&v -MLB 'Hh fcLfl Lm m B W 1 These Bank- rupt Prices Only Represent a Few of the 21000 Actual Cut Pri- ces In this store. Not room to...

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 — 27 October 1911

AWAiMT AD. May Save You Money in More Ways Than One. Try a Wont Ad Y ii jo buy about 15 or 20 r(lI .1 IllOHUWlTO WOOU. IUUBl DO i woiiii oaten. V Coke x - at MlngUB Bros. & Co. Abi- lene Texas. 9-22-11 . - VANTBD To losfi money on farms rnnchOB by D. E. Cobb roproion- tn the W. C Belchor Land Mortgago Co. Ofllco rear Commercal National an FTl. n-OU SALE Tho Jonas or Miracle wheat $1.60 par bushel.. AIbo Texas Iijd oats. Address OBcar Clapp Haw- iCT Toxof routo 2 or phono South- ern wwt yOH SALE 111 acrcB ono mllo of Po- goai good bouoo barn well; at a bar- pita for a ohort tlmo only. T. J. VJoyd PotoBl Texas. 9-30-4t STRAYED Ono black maro mnlo about flftoon bands high ono knoo nlargod. Reward for return to Hall Muolo Company Ablleno Tcxaa 29-St WANTED--MAN with small jnr form work Cold honec wages. Write or Hawley. Texas family id coco Warm ors. take the Maxwell Gin the highest ma 8 W. P. 875 see JfH nltclilo Jr l4o-it jBuj(Bodyitton to foff&poa inanmg ana her jfTloejr a rd...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 October 1911

YAI Mil f IS n 1 BIG AUCTION SALE! of Town Lots at RADIUM JONES COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2ND 1911 AN opportunity to purchase valu- able Real Estate in the only sub- irrigated section of West Texas. Water! Water!! Nobody goes thirsty in Radium be- cause we have the most abundant natural water supply in all the great Southwest. Radium is midway between Anson and Hamlin on the A. & S. Rail way WONDERFUL attractions of all kinds. Balloon Ascension and Parachute Leap contracted for. All kinds of Free Open Air attractions and dinner on the ground. Come out and bring the ladies and children. They will niovuie occa sion. Lots ffl ffat$ ' ww9 $10 J A inour private sales uy now before the rise - n1 -ju Remember the Date Thursday November 2nd Cheap Excursion Rates from Abilene Hamlin Bal linger and Intermediate Points RADIUM TOWNSITE COMPANY D. S. DAVENPORT RUFOS J LACKLAND Sales Manager Auctioneer : : : S I TEXASt yi RADIUM

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 October 1911

ri ' p T-" ' " " mi r ' "jg ttf i iiijn ; r ' id Cott BSk m il 45515 fiWk. U K H8 jftr fTCT!!iOT. .W?fl ms3&r 8r HIHn x - .' -.k) UU11U1J)J)1111BHIW" Jill U . &r y J 1 NraB&hJ II punsfiiciivEmr liKMU r SI amEr . 3 WW fl i" IMP i ' ' Wii'Mil m iintoKr aronyFaiterwara. iHBSiKuffiKftPIBlH sLJSoHWrom hog fat. ia? URnHSKRHRHi J akosLfdSdthatanvstoSa M il!SMffi90iKnM 'iPBT- W.I 1 I lXKJJtT VJHHRTAUMAr. I . HlB .fliPr i IMM I ninJTrff'l IHirVTrlllir T iH i1WT writs waKe. mjv 8PWiM0m9lH and Wfflllfc that ffiSi '-'' '" ' --n --j".' -- '. - olene MAN WANTING 5. Sunshine Food y&irt:.; ED BY HHS. T. P. O'CONNOR WIFE OF HUSH LEADEK Arc Those Put Poniard 11 j Most Men When Asked Why Women Do Not Vote Urges Women To Work Together The Dyspeptic S because it causes hi Cottolene because oit digestible and m can digest. No iilfesffon folio iinimal tats tend to beat the system-jtfro cause stomach other troubles. Cottolene is ajtire; vegetable' product nourishes and builds up. iJpro-date...

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 — 27 October 1911

IMllHtHHili -II tllll Ml- MMfcl.. .!! llllMT Ml ! 1 P IMlllll I Ml IWII1IIIW I II I II II II I I I I I I I I I II L SET FOfflN OVEM 13 i. M Scott & McLean Volunteer Legal ScitIccs Free nnd Will As- sist In Defense. Local attorney) representing Mrs. Lucy Haggard Matheson who Is to be tried at Fort Worth on a charge of mur derlng her husband Charlie Matheson have been advised by Scott & McLean of Fort Worth who have volunteered their services free of charge to Mrs. Matheson that the case bus been set for trial for Tuesday. November 13 in Judge R. H. Buck's court at Fort Worth. W. P. Mahaffey esq. will go to Fort Worth the latter part of the week to have processes served and arrange for the preliminaries. The ease in probability will be tried as the dfense Is anxious to hae a speedy .hearing i Mrs. Matheson who was Indicted by the grand jury of Taylor county on 8aturday October 7 is with her father V. G. Haggard at Mingus awaiting Her rial. About forty witnesses will go to Fort...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 October 1911

I US HOSPITALITY CHARMS LOU1SI ANAN VMtor lo Abilene Siijb People of the I one star auuo jwiovt now xe Treat Strnngor Illglit D I Cnthoway formorly aocrotary of tlio New Orleans InduatrloH League m w u trnvoling salesman was among tii wHitors in Abllono yostorday. Mr Cathoway who recently ostab- jlphcil headquarters at Dallas Is mak- in. IMh Ilret visit into this section of Uip state. l have always liked Toxas and ad- nnred tho ToxaB people" ho said. "IIiIh is such a big roomy slato and a n iccis at nomo no matter wnat I art lit' vlBits. This spirit of hospltall- tnlity I had occasion to test Boveral iwcks ago in the town of Now Brauns- folB in Southern Texas. Most of the jipuplo there are Germans but they urf red-hot Toxans nevertheless. I drovr into New Braunsfols one night nnd could not get lodging at tho lp-t hotel. I stopped at tho first house I r.iw to inquire about another hostel- s but the old gentleman who lived tl i re actually captured mo by force u I made mo spend tho ni...

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 — 27 October 1911

I I - ' v fi ii fw i iiliiTiili MTtmSr L mm &S Gwr CtaWewt SaVe Wm IRjffiSiMiyOMK - jpyyZ '' (HH eiyXf5?s5aJr 7i y V x y 'SV veeovii vxv Vow Y.ce-mfcVv$ fav us seasoxv Vva meaws qv&ty fay caAtov xv vces are Voe.v aw caw toe. oVftauieii ese.We. Come; Wvvs oeeV ake a&o&xAae o ve ownvv uoo. Ci&exi$t SaU vvees ow adW &avmews(leVs eVottv"JOwevXwveavTaawVves awii Cwnfovte Mi gSS& Yxzzh vw a&vss' 1taa&$ T AJOt xWoln ChaWewat uce ChaWe T?vce lftes M-DooV C.aW.ew$e TMces ... .f....$10 85 Values up to $11.50 all Wool Suits for. Values up to $13.50 all Wool Suits for. .alues up to $17.50 all Wool Suits for ....I . .47. $13 25 Values up to $20.00 all Wool Suits for $16 50 Values up to $25.00 all Wool Suits for $20 00 Values up to $30.00 all Wool Suits for $24 00 tosses Xr ZL. OT M Correct mtvlea la Ladles' Dresses: colors are Blue Black Bed and Drown. Specially pric ed .....1 $1000 Excellcnr'nuality Sergo Dresses all now col- ors" $12 00 Exceptional In all co...

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 — 31 October 1911

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER fOLlMR XXXI A1HI.ENB TEXAS TTI'SRAY OCTOREft 31 1011 XUHBEB M. MISS HONEYCUTT WINS TUTOMOBO ABILENE GIRL LEADS IN REPORTER'S Pi MISS ADAM ALL OPPONENTS POPULARITY CONTEST; MS WINS PIANO IN ABILENE Miss Lyska Pitzer of Sweetwater Wins Piano Given to Out of Town Con. testant; Little Miss Nellie Baker Captures Shetland Pony Outfit Many Millions of Votes Cast; Con- test Brilliantly Successful from Start to Finish. Miss Elna Iloneycutt of Abilene irlnB first premium in The Reporter's groat popularity subscription contest a 1912 Model T-59 Overland auto- mobile. Her vote was 5531720.. The second premium a Crown pia- no valued at $450 offered to the Abilene lady receiving the next lar- gest number of votes was awarded to Miss Pauline Adams. Her vote was 4865460. The Concord piano valued at $450 offered to the lariys outside of Abilene receiving the largest number of votes next to the winner of the capital premium was awarded to Miss Lyska Pitzer of Sweetwater. ...

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 — 31 October 1911

Txm T K. !m Vj' Too Much Annabelle She Outstayed Welcome Her By CLART5SA MACKIE Copyright by American Prewi Asso- ciation 1B1L SHOPLIFTING WAS AY OBJECT When I'nknoMii Person Claimed to be Friend of Well Known Local Woman. J t.i Mint walking t&o dlatanco; tt'a oaJjrTR' quarter of a mile." "I should prefer to "walk It it wcro tea miles" said Annabella easily. "Harry up please; It's cold on this platform." "I beg your pnrdon" uttered Gail hopelessly nn ho turned away. During tfio short walk to tho low roofod qozy homo the Irvings had built Miss Draso uttered not a word. Gall did not break Into tho revcrlo that seemed to envelop her. Sho walked with n free mannish otrldo that was Tory obnoxious to Violet's husband .... . Ho liked lltUe. soft feminine women ' rather peculiar experience was Sith bronze brown hair and dark b.uo "nt on Tt dorks n the eyes. AnimbeWo Drufi was talL and rnmpliell Dry Goods Store yesterday thin with nn almost too erect enrrtw .mc-rnrnp; when a woman claimi...

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 — 31 October 1911

7 TAYLOR COUNTY'S WAS AUTOISTS GO SOUTH THE BEST EXHIBIT County Judge Blcdsoo Hns Itctnmcil From Dnllun Wlicro Ho Attcnd- od Good I toad 8 Meeting. County Judge T. A. BIcdsOo roturn- od yofltorduy from DallaB whoro ho at- tended tho Good Hoads Day of tho State Fair and la enthusiastic ovor tho numbor of counties which had good oxhlbitB of road work thore al- "Bo tho high pralso bestowed upon Taylor County's exhibit. Judge DlcdBoo statCB that both tho COLD WAV E FOLLOWS Loft Dallinrt Friday Morning and Sny Tlint Norther Seemed to Follow Them nil the Way. C R Gilbert and J C Hays both of Waco who had ben on a long auto- mobile pleasure trip through points In Oklahoma and Colorado arrived In Abilene Saturday afternoon and remained hero until today before re- suming their homeward journey. Mr. Gilbert whose Oldsmobllo Spe- cial thoy are traveling In said that visitors and good roads men who 'bey had almost been running from pronounced tho Taylor County exhibit " norther for four days to...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 October 1911

no Do You Like the Looks of These ? We have something that will just fit you if these do not. g&me and see us. How ESSMfl FOR BAL.T? OR TRADIB for farm a small two-story brick 22x60 on lot 22x100 in Onk Cliff clcroc In on car line. Price $5000 owo $1500. ITOIl SALE OR TRADE for farm or Abilene city property n nice two-story houBQ built in 1907 In Onk Cliff half block of Interurban and street car baa all modern conveniences and n good trade cm be made. Price $5000 owe $1200. FOR SALB OR TRADB One of the best flveroom houses with two acres of land In North Park near Simmona CVnego; has fine mineral well nice orchard; has wide hall with bath room Oman farm etc. Price $4500 FOR SALB OR TRADIB One of tb choicest Qve-ncro blocks in North Park splendid hou9 good orrc cistern wall and ia good land as there is in North Park. Price $6000. FOR SALE OR TRADI-A CHOICE ntee-acre place three room house on dayed rood has cistern shallow wat- er hard land around house balance beat of shlnnir lan...

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 — 31 October 1911

7ZZ ' ' '-'- ' ' ' -!!' --' ' n . ' '--.. i. - ... .- . ' ! NO LET UP HERE! A 39 Cent Bankrupt Purchase A largo bankrupt utock bought at prlf-u that m can Bell at prirer l sh than our competitors pay for poods Our prw i y low it than cotton. I IZIHlvRirSuVv Bust HI&uBIHIlMnwTvw Ti Bhm LHM EHBboI yjpiMEMyj EhL? sLV HIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbhbbbbbbmbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI A Great Bankrupt Purchase 21.000 Cut Prices are Ki-lliiiK thouaiIs ol dollars worth of -' asonable Merchandise u( Ichh than Manufactur- er"! iiiri Great Continuation Fall Sale! Thousands of Dollars Worth of t CTW XJ M-ephandise. j ' " at Less than Mill Cost! A.3ST TUU AmLUJNE UK Y GUUDtS COMPANY make the annouQewent thafiAheGREJWTAr J SALE will hp rnnt.inul Th TWRNTV.ONTr. TROTTSAMn rrrr PRICES shown by red tags will not be changedjexcept inanystanceJjBSffinffie prices even lower. giffveiy here is the greatest array of supreme value-giving ever known in this country. Tell your neighbjfrs anrjftiSs feat thisg...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 October 1911

PAtE SIX W . ' T11 tf'JJG'l JKUiM-lMKL-MBttMA!iSSl32imML--.-imiimm . ' ' mm - i iWi" "7- . . i i ' The Guaranty Fund Bank ."! Jrf&W21' rs?. . Xff'F3.i x A Wp ao-ain call vour attention to the fact that the non-interest bearing and unsecured deposits of this bank are protected by the Depositx)rXGarntyXund-gf the State of Texas. The First State Bank and Trust Comp'y K. U. BYNUM PRE& J. 0. SSELTON ACTIVE V. 1 "The Bank that Appreciates Your Business ) J. H. C0I7CII T. P SCAB PARKER CAHIUKU. CHANGES SCHEDULE ABILENE & SOUTHERN Three Out of Four Trains Hiuc- N"evi Schedule Affecting This Point. Effective Wednesday Experts Vlstt. From Hrother some of the books of reference as of A. G. Grindell. of Walla Walla' 25000 tonB and in others at 21000 Wash. is expected to arrive in Abilene tons compared with the 2G.000 tons of over the Texas and Pacific tomorrow the Wyoming and Arkansas. And on a several weeks visit to his bro- this seems to bo decided upon as tho ther Gus Grindell li...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 October 1911

p PAfll HlflH ;- -! 1 SS We Are ering Prices Down On the Sslksn' Newest and Best Merchandise jf "NT i l i inow is trie time in and profit by K MR V IK. fm. m. MIN 1 UK MieY GOODS COMPANY Abilene's Progressive Store n Purloined Va.rc1gra.vh4 n By S. L. N Purloined paragraphs S. L. N "Whatever the weather may bo. he " says "Whatever the weather may be If the songs yo sing and the ye wear That's a-makln' the sun shine where." Good workmen don't spend time hunting jobs. their Chains of rang and gold keep many a man In chains all the days of bis life. There's plenty of sitting room at the top but the kind that Bit down never get there. With Bome men duty needs to call but once after that they are out of' bearing distance. Love that doesn't spoil its appetite by feeding on vanity will grow fat and lie a long time Cut the stalks and turn mem under Remember that consuming fires will impoverish the land and drive the manager from it Prune off the dead limbs of apple and peach trecB and give ...

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