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

mSSBd s - VOL. IX. ABILENE TEXAS- WEDNESDAY AUG-UST 3 1904. JVMJENE daily reporter J i mil j . . . i i - i - ....--. r i ( i -""""""7rT""M""WM"'"""MM'M"a"illMMlMaM HL-. liK JkTi jIJ 1 Ui 4 ' v ? 'S''?SO 1 1 ; j fv.V' - '?- " A' U $'i'"nt"i " ifcf'-'ttfffr ' YES SIR or YES MAM (nalho earo mayboj ; ' Wo havo sold our ontiro insurance and rontal business to Mdssra. Eugene .WootT and Co. and wewlll hoy glvo our ontiro timo to Real Estate and londing money on land. Our malri object in Roal Estate willbo.to6ithorbuy or got control of largo bodies of land bigranpiiQS out thorn up into small tracts and sell to actual farm- ers In iact wo havp been doing that already for tha last three years but .now wo are going at it right. If you havo notes on your land fchat you nro not ablp to pay don't ' 'walk tho floor' ' but come and soo us about it; or if you want to borrow monoy for any pur- pose on your land wo havo it for you and are anxious to got it out onintorea. " Land Dealers and Money Lende...

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

JMwiMinliiti . i.w-r.;. .u ;.' i -'. Woman's Niahtmaro '1-. . . . .1 I. mm howewj k so fraught witi dread pain suffering and danger Sat Um very thought of it fiUaybar with apprehension and aof; Thar i iiaceaeity for tha epceductioa of hfa to be either painful r dinaeropa. The um of Methft Pri prepare tho ayaterafor tM ccmia event that It k aafaf patted without any danger Thi gwat and wonderful I wonec throBgh M aW the trying crkia withei tef erg. EgxAfjP MM aa for frw book ooaUlntawtetomiMoa H f flKflffF TU raily RftMkwr 6 Atiaak. 8a. "" WWW WiWM WWWWWW VWWWWtt STAPLE and-FANCY GROCERIES GRAIN AND FEED STUFFS. j First Class Goods and Reasonable Prices. ' Don't luy a Typewriter until you have tried the FAY-S HOLhS Displacing other machines everywhere. .Hold? the "World's. Cham- pionship for Speed. Durability proven; made of steel where .other machines are wood. Tabulators Free with eaoh Fay-Sholes; other machines' charge $20 extra 25 Fay-Sholes just placed in Largest Dallas Business ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 3 August 1904

wil!iVf'iStWff2IK''"-M' f & tf'l't'H't'i'tbtb'lr'4' TtfttfrtrT'ribtriyrtytjbtbtitH T C H . to ail out Summer Footwear. v. r Tfe tory fa a ntf tsbell. Instead of having a closing 'out sale in August we pat prices on now when these SUMMER GOODS are gelling when there is yet ahead two or three months of service. ' v . S H O "P1- S T jU MlMMtMMMlMb4a4ifcM GOOD OTVT i - Mona Dong. Southern Ties worth $2.00 reduoed to' t- - - $1.35 Mens Vici Cap Too Oxfords worth $2.50 reduced to - - - $1.65 Mens Tan Russian Vioi Oxfords Hamilton Brown's Amorican Gentleman worth $3.50 reduoed to $2.40 Mens Patent Calf Kid Top Bluohers Hamilton Brown's Amorican Gentleman worth $3.50 reduoed to $2.40 Ladies Dong. C. S. Oxfords worth $1.00 sale prioo - 65C 'Ladios Vioi Sandals and Oxfords worth $1.60 sale price $1.00 "Ladies Vioi Patent Tip Oxfords Hamilton Brown's Own Make worth $2 salo prioe $1.35 Ladies Patent Kid and Vioi Hamilton Brown's Amer Lady worth $2.50 sale price $1.65 Ladies High Grade Ideal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 3 August 1904

$f a-' fr llWIte - h ' 5T"; ? . . THE NO INTEREST LIMIT IS PASSING AND WE ARE SELLING THE LOTS. i The last two days have beon rainy and disagrooablo to get out in and yot wo aro Boiling tho lots just tho s'nmo. Don't dolay. Conto and look at tho lots and boo what wo aro offering tho people of r Abilene. Prioea only $65 to $175 por lot On nioely graded shoots. $5 por lot oash and tho balance $ por wook or 55 per month as you may prefer. And still bettor NO INTGREST oharged on pay- ments; but liWEMBER the no in'torest-propositlon is only to those who buy this month. Wo are anxious for you to sco what wo are offering Whother you buy or not. Wo think that wo understand our busi ; ness and we oonsldor that tho people of this town havo nover had an opportunity like this to buy lots. The jois aro on tho two main stroots going out to Simmons College. I1 i fit i a V A "4jl A- hi COlfoPERE BROTHERS. iV V1 ' ' s- "jjfMJfifc VI- j? fti M fe twJV V L. r m . & ' 14 ll v- m o'. Muollor & S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 3 August 1904

Mtfm tiriiAttmi nmi .- ..JL4h it i LAZINESS .. - ..!..... Mrh la torpid Wet nd coaitlpated tioweli. . Prickly Ash Bitters cirei'UttiiM. by cU4ln the liter ttrenitbenla lh r!.:. ...eUte. energy nd eheerfubeM. PRICE 1.00 AT DRUB For sale "by Basa Bros. Drug Co. Abilono Texas. mwmmmHmwifflimwiM vMiimm Wbptifo tm STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES 1 GRAIN AND FEED STUFFS. First Class Goods and Reasonable Pf ices. S " BOtU JfnoneS. THE RELLIS HOME SCHOOL; Thia echool will begin its FUteonth Annual Session Sopt. 5 1904 and continue thirty-two weeks. We take pupils oi both soxesand. all ages. Special attention iriven to. pupils preparing for businessj or for collego. and topersons intending to 'teach. 'Rate 61 tuition '1.50 totfOOper school month. t".h. . . This is the oldestprivate schoolin West Toxas and is firmly estobUflbed in. the esteem of the public. Located on the .corner of Grape and. North. -Eifth streets For pataloguo. or any information address MRS. ROSA (STROTHER) DELLIS ' ' ROBERTS P...

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

karri ij3H i . ABILENE BAIL Y REPORTER. VOL IX. 'ABlEiqE. TEXAS THURSDAY ATTOtfJST 4 1904. NO. 38 s? wm fe"fcfrfrtf . (j f H ' '' ' ' YE SIR or 'VES' mfatJ ! 'i - (as tho Cnfio may bo) "J fcr'T? JLj. Wo lmvo sold oui;ontlro insurance anil rental buslncsa to Mcflsra L ti J! Eiigcno Wood anil Co. and wo Will now givo our cntiro 'tlmo to j i- T! .RoalEattlcand'londlng money on land. Our main object In Real Mm rHuitowni'De u omior uuy-or got coniroi 01 mrgo uouiuo ui iuhu jf big ranches cut them upinto small tracts and soil to actual farm- ore. In fact wn hiivn boon tloincr that nlroadv for tho last three years but how wo aro going at It right. It you liavo notes on your 1 r. c-fc ' 0 i land that.you aro not alilo to pay don't "walk tho floor" but como and secTusabout it; or if you want to borrow money for any pur- pose on your land wo have it for you and aro anxious to get it out on interest. COMPERE BROTHERS Land Dealers and Money Lenders. AfilLENE TEXAS. & ' ED. S. HUQHES Preside...

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

. .ii . ..ni..j..i f fif M'ii-ri"iilf-mi-(a -I irifl . wTM""'!'' hlilinliitl.1Hif.' I II 1 i i i - "'""M"MM" I to all out Summer Footwear. The story in a natshell. Instead of having a closing otit sale .in August we put prices on now when these SUMMER GOODS are selling when I'2.. there is yet ahead two or tnree monuis oi service. "- " ! GOOD-BYE ft " SHLE I ' til ill K 4 Mens Dong. Southern Ties worth $2.00 reduced to -MenB Vioi Cap Toe Oxfords -worth $2.60 reduced to Mens Tan Russian Vioi Oxfords Hamilton Brown's American Gentleman worth $3.50 reduced to Mens Patent Calf Kid Top Bluchers Hamilton Brown's Amorioan Gentleman worth $3.50 reduced to $1.35 $1.65 $2.40 $2.40 Ladies Dong. C. 8. Oxfords worth $1.00 Bale price ... 65C Ladies Vioi Sandals and Oxfords worth 81.50 sale price $1.00 Ladies Vioi Patent Tip Oxfords Hamilton Brown's Own Make worth $2 salo prioo $1.35 Ladies Patent Kid and Vioi Hamilton Brown's Amer. Lady worth$2.50 sale price $1.65 Ladies High Grade Ideal KidFrenoh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 4 August 1904

H HhL3.4tt&l y- wHUMaIM :'" . ; THE NO INTEREST LIWUT IS PASSING AND WE ARE SELLING THE LOTS. Tho laqt two days hftVo boon rafny and disagrooablo to got out in and yot wo aro soiling the lots just tho aam.o. Don't delay. Como and look at tho lota and see what wo are offoring tho pooplo of jt ivunono. rrioes oniy 90310910 por 101 on niooiy graaeu BtreoiB qs per 101 ouhu uhu wi uuwuuu ;pi yui woun ur jpo pur monin as you may proior. jvnu still oottor ixu irHUKtisi uimrgedon pay- FAi' montfl. hut REMEMBER thn nn Infnrflnt nrhnhnlfclon ifl'onlv to thoao whobuv this month. Wo aro arixiOus for Vou to See what wo are offering whether von hnv or not. Wri think Minium nni1nt.afnnri .. uA: . . ..v ..w ...-W- - f-- - - - - w op-- ' -tf y - -F .. w ......... ... 1(W mhmwi owim UUI UUUi" noss and wo oonsldor that tho pooplo of this town have novor had an opportunity hko this to buy lots. Tho lots aro on tho two main stroots going out to Siramona College. ' COMPERE BROTHERS. 16' V If' IV 4mT ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 4 August 1904

nfcliy y-HWw.ifr - - - T IrV to all out Summer Footwear. Thertorytaaatifcheli. Instead of havtog a dosing oat sale to Aogast we pt prices on now when these SUMMER' GOODS ate selllngr-when there is yet ahead two or three months of service. ' ' J GOOD BYE SHL-E rt I t 1 1 I i i r; i i ' ' Mona Dong. Southern Ties worth $2.00 roduoed to $1.35 Mens Vioi Cop Too Oxfords worth $2.60 reduood to $1.65 Mons Tan Russian Vioi Oxfords Hamilton Brown's Amorioan Gentleman worth $3.60 roduoed to - $2.40 Mens Patent Calf Kid Top Bluohors Hamilton Brown'B Amorioan Gentleman worth $3.50 reduoed to $2.40 Ladies Dong. C S. Oxfords worth $1.00 sale prioo - " pC Ladies Vioi Sandals and Oxfords worth 31.50 salo price - - !"92 Ladies Vioi Patent Tip Oxfords Hamilton Brown's Own Make worth $2 sale prioo $l35 LadieB Patent Kid and Vioi Hamilton Brown's Amer. Lady worth $2.50 sale price $1.65 Ladies High Grade Ideal Kid French heel four strap sandals worth - ... $3.00 sale price - - $2.UU Our catfre line of M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 4 August 1904

m I r. v (; THE NO INTEREST LIMIT IS PASSING AND WE ARE SELLING THE LOTS. Llln" TpTT T1S SKS? fsagrooablo to pt out in and yt wo aro soiling thd lots just tho same. Dort'tdolay. Como and look at tho lota and soo what wo aro offering tho pooplo of f&ntTbufc REMPMnP?655 -u nlof radod streets $5 per lot cash and the balance $( per week or $5 por month ns you may prefer. And still bottor NO INTEREST ohargod on pay- ftnts but REMEMBER tho no interest proposition ia only to those who buy thia month Wo aro anxiouB for you to seo what wo aro offoring whether you buy or not. Wo think that wo understand our LL jSua and wo consider that tho pooplo of this town have novor had an opportunity like this to buy Iota. Tho lots aro on tho two main streets eoi J out to ailZ Cowl understand our busi- COMPERE BROTHERS. ;t 1 O. Muollor & Son Hardware a Kate Hollia haa two or throe furrishod roomato rent. Wiioo assortment of jelly glasses. Over Hardware Co. Typo writer naner at Baas Bros Drug Co. ...

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

MtfMMAMlttetotMtf! ml f -. 3lwtjw1fcA.'w'mUHih twHtWMJW'li(i1i)HWaJninj.)M " f hii lUwfm m ! W i t H i4 1 ' I M H li I I? I i It PTf?" CENTURIES OtD The disease "which hut brought more suHcrliifr degra- dation and disgrace upon the human race is the name to-day that it was centuries njjo. It Is called Contagious Blood Poioon "The Dad Disease" arid ia given other names but among nil nations is regarded us the blackest Bfld vilest of nil lniniau diseases. It goes from batl to worse ; the little sores that first appear are soon followed M-LlI Ja fl J . n Iw.ffllote4trlth blood potion and th. toort groins swell nnu inflame a dootors did me no trood thonnui took thoir treat- red eruption breaks out on the merit faithfully. In faot. I moomed to gtowvrorwa 'tZTu i.- ..iT-I. i tt7.J..t all tho -whllo. I -was diihonrtoned for it aeomod body the mouth and throat that I would nover bo cured. At tho ndvlco of a !bccomenlceratcdthehaifand friend I then took 8. a. a. and wn tolmproyo. '-.. ii . i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 6 August 1904

tj I iWtfi Viiwpf '" TJFW. . m 'i Ml' of J VOL. IX. ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAYv .AJJG-UST 61904 NO. 30 DAILY REPORTER W T 8-. f 5V $ ii to. r- r 16H A$ "O r r JK id n et V &- si J k 4 A v II 4z . fe V M? ""$? 4"ttt it1 t jl Jl - i r . YES SIR or (us tlio case Wo lmvo sold our ontlro inauranco and rental business p Mossrs. fiugontft-Wood an Co. and wo will now glvo our qrttlro Umo to RealE8tato'and londlng mohoy on land. Our main object in Real EstaUSAvill bo to oithorbuy or pot control of largo 'bodies of land big ranchca"cut thorn Up into small traits and soil to actual farm- ore. In fact vo have been doing tliat already for th6 last threo yeariButTridto wo arc going at it right. If you have notes on your land that you aro not ablo to pay don't "walk tho floor" but como und seo ua about it; or if you want tq borrow monoy for any pur- pose on yotfr lfind'We hayo'lt for you? and aro arixibUs t6 getit' out on interest. COMPERE BROTHERS Land Dealers and Money Lenders; ABILENE TEXAS ' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 6 August 1904

niiii i Kill ' Tim m j t(T'fi!'' I) to all oar Summer Footwear. The story in a ntftshell. Instead of having a closing out safe In August we put prices on now when these SUMMER GOODS arc selling when there Is yet ahead two or three months of service. & r I f I i CZZ1 GOOD-BYE SMLE I r 5 u W IP" Mens Dong. Southern Ties worth $2.00 reduoed to $1.35 Mens Vioi Cap Toe Oxfords worth $2'.60 reducod to -. - - $1.65 MenB Tan Russian Vioi Oxfords Hamilton Brown's Amorican Gentleman worth ' v S3.50 reduoed to - - ... - $2.40 Mens Patent (Calf Kid Top Bluohers Hamilton Brown's Amorioan Gentleman worth $3.50 reduced to - - $2.40 Ladies Dong C. S. Oxfords worth $1.00 sale prioe - "-:- - 65C Ladlos Vioi Sandals and Oxfords worth 91.50 sale prioo -. - - $1.00 Ladies Vioi Patent Tip Oxfords Hamilton Brown's Own Make worth $2 salo prioe $1.35 Ladies Patent Kid and Vioi Hamilton Brown's Amer. Lady worth $2.50 sale prioo $1.65 Ladies High Grade ideal Kid Frenoh heel four strap sandals worth $3.00 ...

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

'''AttMlMdUtf i THE NO INTEREST LIMIT IS PASSING AND WE ARE SELLING THE LOTS. -" ' Tho last two days tiavrf boon rainy -and disagrooablo to got out in; and yot wo aro soiling tho lota just tho same Don't dolay Como and look at fcho lota and soo whftt wo aro offering tho people of Abilono. Prioos only $65 to $175 per lot on niooly gradod streets. $5 par lot cash and tho balance $ por week or $5 por month as you may profer. And. still bettor NO INTORDST charged on pay- 'mont8 but REMEAtBER tho no intoroot proposition is only to tlioso who buy this month Wo aro anxious for ydu to soo vftiat wo aro offoring whothor you buy or not. Wo think that wo understand our .busi- ness and wo consider thai tho people of this town havp noyor had an opportunity liko this to buy lota. Tho lots aro on tho two main stroots going out to Simmons Collogo. m COMPERE BROTHERS. h: jB r ijftj . r 1SBI 1 t a- ii w f O. Mueller & Son Hardware. Ralph's motto is not how oheap but how good. $ J. T. Monk and fam...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 6 August 1904

Km.hmrtu r ! u nB i"'rrf ii-iMrjiinii1ijiTfirp.r. Wwi mii i l j mMwi yi a .(hmiUm jMm J SW-Jt Vft- wSM-rS- i. it'i ii t"fahJii!iiwnjri &fi C-h-v '" ' 1 '' ft i i. H Woman's jhPjm Mr ' f VM"? 1 nmm No xrdMMkTt timpi Bets caa b eemjHsto withovt cldM' jk U ber nature I Ian if t t ad want Umm . .beautiful a4 pre Tha critical ordeal tkrough wkick tho expectant mother BMMt ftm kowrer k to fraaght with dread pain suffering and danger that tba very thought of it fiUa bar with apprehension and horror. There h m aaeaeeity for the roprodtratioa of hfo to bo either painful r daagarooa. The oso ef Motser'a Frtaid so prepares the system for uhe coming event that It k safely passed without any daager. Tbk great ana wonacrtui remedy is always applledexternally.and has carried thousands f wemea throacrh . . fii . I Chi 1 Church Announcements - - - For. To-morrow ) MM taaTaVHMCS nSflBHHWr N AVJUHaw IHh Mother's Friend THE DELLIS HOME SCHOOL; This school will begin its Fifteenth Annual Session Sop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 8 August 1904

Smiam ABILENE DAILY REPORTER. 'A VOL. IX. ABILENE. TEXAS MONDAY AUGUST 1904. NO. 33 f f ty V ' u iitt w. tkXFl tm. sdS i-Vl iV u- V" k n xl t $$? &$? t?TTtTT?tf't?W X Yes sir ot yes mam (us (ho cubo may bo) Wo have sold our entire Insurnnco and rental business to Menarn. Eugono wood and Co. and we will now givo our ontire timo to Roal-Efltnto and lending money on land. Our main objeot In Real Estate will bo to olthor buy or get control of largo bodies' of land big ranches cut them tip into smnlfotrnctfl and soil to actual farm- era. In fact We have been doing that already for tho last three years but nowwo aro going at it right. If you havo notes on your land that you aro not able to pay don't "walk tho floor" but como and eeo us about it: or if you want to borrow money for any pur- pose on your land -wo havo it for you and aro anxious to got it out on intorcst. 7? f iir ifr!? COMPERE BROTHERS Land Dealers and Money Lenders ABILENE TEXAS. - . J 1 ED S. HUaHES President. J. M. CU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 8 August 1904

mX&lmtm h . ' I II 1 ' - ' . V -I lfl T? 'T ... to all our Summer Footwear. The story in a natshetf. Instead of .haying a closing oat sale In August we pot prices on now when these SUMMER GOODS are seUing---when there Is yet ahead two or three months of service. O JLlI S . GOOD-BYE SHLE S T I i ! u 10 I ' H H i .1 I r Mens Dong. Southern Ties worth $2.00 reduced to $1.35 Mens Viol. Cap 00 Oxfords worth $250 reduced to - - - $1.65 Mens Tan Russian Vici OxfordB Hamilton Brown's Amorioan Qontleraan worth $3.C0 reduced to t - - $2.40 MenB Patent Calf Kid Top Bluohers Hamilton BrOwn'B Amorioan Gentleman worth $350 roduoed to - $2.40 Ladies Dong. 6. S. Oxfords worth $1.00 salo price . - -r-.-- - 65c Ladies Vioi Sandals and Oxfords worth 31.50 sale pried .-.-. - - $1.00 Ladies Vioi Patent Tip Oxfords Hamilton Brown's Own Make worth $2 saie prioo $1.35 Ladies Patent Kid and Vioi. Hamilton Brown's Amer. Lady worth $2.50 sale price $1.65 LadieB High Grade Ideal Kid Frenoh heel four strap ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 8 August 1904

f(!Puttinff Off 7ntii tomorrow" or Procrastination is the Vrouble With the American tPeople. As a rale the one who takes up and acts Immediately on all orono&itions as thev come u6 succeeds and mattes mnnv. V$LV e "' fU Y0ar attem4on a8ta ttt N0 INTEREST LIMIt is passing that is the prices of the lots that we ate selling range from $6500 to $ 1 50.00 each and fljr 5.00 1 per lot to be paid down and the remainder yoa can pay $ 00 per week per lot or $5.00 per month as yotiprefer and NO INTEREST charged on the payments to Tvuy Mitava. ncswuHiremeror me nomeiess nave never nao an opportunity like this to bay lots and get a home. Nearly everv one who okcd at the lots have boacfrt. and voa would too if voa woald take the time to look at them. ' ' fThe lots are on Pine and Hickory streets towards Simmons College. Come at once while you can get choice lots'and NO INTEREST. j COMPERE BROTHERS. t y y I ' m '' fl0 Muollor fc Son Hardware. Ralph's mottbia not how oheap Ut how good. b Wm. M...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 8 August 1904

lr iiin-i- ;-J7i.i i'- tvn- ' i h m i U u r n I'M IH irt In hi i ii ft I el Biv ccivable kind make their ap- ?earance and Eczema and etter the twin terrors of skin diseases Nettle Hash Poison Oak and Ivy and such otner skin troubles as usually remain quiet during troubled rlth an ltohtnr akin eruption on the i Xl .ntt..r Uri- n face and tried apaoUllata and aany xemodlea to the cold weather break out eure.bntS. S.S. la .the only medicine thai afrcsli to torment and (lis- aeeiued to relieve. X atn now comparatively free tract by their fearful burn- of thla eruption. I think a trreat deal or your Jni iit- -tirl ntlrrJtr medicine boliovlnff it to be tho. beat blood purl lng itcuing and stinging. fier aml tonlo known to tho world to-day. A course of S. S. S. now will mrb frank BOBOTEB purify and enrich the blood "oo Koat SeT.nth at. ns if you desire medical advice or any special information t This will cost you nothing. JHE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA QAm THE DELLIS HOME SCHOOL. This sch...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 9 August 1904

ABILENE DAILY REPORTER i. VOL. IX. &BI&ENE. TBXS THES0AY AUGUST 9J1904. NO. -33JSS2 m Y. V . I -.'-' v l V v "YES SIR or YES HAM ' . ' ' ' . . ' (na the case may be) Wo havo sold oUr entire Inauranco and rental business to Messrs. Eugeno Wood and Co. and' we will n&w ijlvo our entire tlmo io RcalEatato and londlng monoy on land. Our.maln objoet in Real E8iatoVflllb6toolthorbyyorgot..controlof tyrgo bodios ofjand blgj-anohos; cutthom upinto small tractsond sell to actual farm- ers. In fact wo havo boon doing that already for tho last throe years-but now wo are going. at it right. If you havo notes on your land that you aro riot ablo to pay don't "walk the floor" but como and boo us about it; or if ypu want t5 borrow money Jot any pur- poso omyounland-wohavo it for youandaro anxious to got it -out on interest. COMPERE BROTHERS Land Dealers and Money Lenders. " ABILENE TEXAS. 4 fir 'It A :4Mffri?9tP I i I ED. S. HUaiiESPrc3ldent. J. M. CUNNINQHAM. Vice President. HENRY-JAME...

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