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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 17 September 1904

i.).ji.iM. faiffA 'n"'mi rtMiwwm.iti . v WHMt'i't'fr'MT ftQfirft&ft&ft&tyft&itvi!ftWft$ritifty'fri)rt'9f RESPLENDENT FALL STYLES m . ' rti M yf :!i' K 1 ri i i HI .: .h :ii . ii j ft ji 1 I !( An immense collection of everything that is Hew and stylish attractive and teliable- and offered at unusual opportunities of genuine saving throughout every department. We have prepared with just those stylish and worthy goods that you are always ac- customed to get here We don't know of a single want in the general line of Dry Goods thrt couldnH he well filled here The material for Wash Dress Goods. LADIES READY TO WEAR GARMENTS stylish browns blues and blaoks. A "new lot of Percales Ginghams' Madras. the sohool dresses. . t Large assortment of Fleeoe line Viounas Daisy oloth Oxfords and Mummie .oloths for waists night robes and house dresses Wool Dress Goods. fiber. Cotton wool and silk appliques and madalions . - - - - i. Shoe Excellence e0I?tinae.!? 8eU thZ6Bi wuwv -AMy and...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 17 September 1904

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Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 17 September 1904

f)ll iniiiiii y -.m- .).H-IMH -0-.' J. ".'giiaWWWA1 ...ll-u..- htf f 'j Ifl I I? I I'i r y 1 ; I h I SI LL I 1 Duped by a Girl Texas might truly bo called tho "rogues' paradise". in 1850. "ICuxso dealers" to give them their own choson title gamblers and counterfeiters to Bay nothing tof villains of still blacker gradte were predominant and as a general (thing ruled matters with a high band. Situated near the bank of one of iho confluents of the river Brazp3 iwcro several farms whoso owners had chosen to settle together the better to. dtafonid themselves and (property. I Ther most cbeaded. onemy and scourge of the oountry for miles around .was a daring desperado known as Jacb Wingrow. Jackuind his companions built a largo heavy log house almost I against a high" bank of day and ttho first settlers. But when tho nouso appeared Mmnleted work still went on night and aoy the men working in relays; And then at tno ena 01 several months the strangers threw oil tho mask and appeared in ther...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 17 September 1904

vf TOJ..'" $ f (J" 0. Mullw Son Hardware. . Mrs. C. D. Hawoa of Baird is Visiting her mother Mrs. Watson and othor rolativos. Hughos for -High-grade Hard- ware. 1 Mlfla Robbio Hoshall of Waco is visiting hor sister Mrs. R. G. v Anderson coming in Friday af- ternoon. Wanted by Young Man: A good room close in with or with- out board. A. W. oaro Reporter Dr Andrew has returned .from v Denv.or Colo. where Bhe spent two months with her parents. J Her patients and friends are glad 4o note her return. At prioes that will appeal to you Ohina glass and queens- ware. Over Hardware Co. Vfi H. Childers has bought Alex Neil's high grade Durham oattle and is going to trade them rorommon oattle to ship to market. I I I . For Sale: Three-room cottage and 13 large lots oh Clinton Av- enue. J C. "Wrem P. K. Baker of Dallas inspect- or of the S. W. T. fc T. Co. re- turned to headquarters today af- ter spending two or tHree days oh this plant. For first-class dressmaking oall on Mrs. L. E. Reeves at Mr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 17 September 1904

XLj lfl MHHHH 1 ' ! PFIb H Li I Hi HH BBh BBM Hb Hh'' h bh '. - ' '' H1J ' l ! ! ' ! " V i ! l r H ! --.h 1 i ) I kur line pf Dress Goods is most complete in black and colors. Broadcloth is much in favor - for. nice Fall and "W inter ' tt7-Vioito i in ' orTiitfir rftarl errav. red. chocolate coffee brown tan. mode new blue and black. Onr now effects in walking: skirts are very swell. We have them in Zibeline effects broken ndrinvisible plaids mottled and knotted patterns fancy English tweeds the new flake goods mamxtures.ol burnt orange reasDrownsDluesianct . Diacu. Many? UI tILOt) CLIO 0yOUlCWJ.y OUaUOU J.JJ. umv.4vuU -..ww.i. vv -ui.l. 50-inch Mohair Sicihan in Plain and Fancys. Orepe De Paris a silk and wool mixture in evening shades for evening wear." These are.yerycsheeu with full silk effect. Ladies Ready-to-Wea Garments We have a splendid line of Ladles Walking Suits In che: viots Ziheline Scotch Mixtures all sizes in colors Tan brown blues and black. Our line of separate wal...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 19 September 1904

ABILENE DAILY REPORTER. ?g . .1 . ij 4 ' i. VOL. IX. ABILENE. ifE&AS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1904. NO. 57 r ' No. Larger Sleeping Car Berth;. Ono of tho fow railroad T. A. Soonoo was over from 00m- cm--7 i ai...i.. :i ti.tj. m'nin lUf o1 ...... "iwu ombiuujt M OUIlUtty J.-...W- .-. . .. UF.W- ha famil Ho ifl uisanTAinriB nnnn an nAHtfinn iro - I"'" OIVUfJM UUID 111 DUl yiUU Ull IWJ J I No. 6. A nioo homo of 00 aoros of fino land near go6d:8ohoolflituatodBixmile8fromL Abi- lene 00 acres in oultivalioh. Good im- provements . y and exoollpnt ' neighbors.. Price is $17G0.QP $1000. oash balance on time. . .-.. ' --i. ' i- k '. ; . gOO acres of Rioh Valley Land near Caps of which 100 aores are in cultivation and improvements as good as any in tho coun- try consisting of a 'five room house fine well with windrail tank -and Elm Creek for stock' water j small orchard. Price is $22.60 per aore with 12 head of cattle and farm- ing tools in addition. 'Must be sold soon. Will stith & Co. Rea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 19 September 1904

.rlVmm&e0mm..l?m-mm ptfWUpMlMMrfMlil ilr'' ifrifrtfr ' 1 t p f I i U Id 1 1:3 i i it n Of- RESPLENDENT FALL STYLES f An immense collection of everything that is new and stylish attractive and reliable and offered at unusual opportunities of genuine saving throughout every department We have prepared with Just those stylish and worthy goods that you are always ac- customed to get here. We don't know of a single want in the general line of Dry Goods thrt couldn't be well filled here Wash Dress Goods. ercales Ginghams Madras. The material for the eohool dresses. "Large assortment of Fleeoe line Viounas DaiBjr oloth Oxfords and Mummie cloths for waists night robes and house dresses. Wool Dress - Goods. Vast quantities of all wool Triooos in all shades. A beautiful lino all wool silk Challiea in the new browriB blues eto. The raging Mohair for waists and suits in fanoy and plain. The greatest profusion of all woolj Granites Coverts Broad-doth Crashes and Cheviots in the mannish effec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 19 September 1904

Mri O Mueller & Son Hardware. f ill linn in i'nijiiiiif ip .1.. ... Thi errand' jtify reconvened his morning . ii i i m i i 1 1 n Ralph's motto is not how oheap but how good r . . i hi ' m PTGTStok&a oarne in'from the reafc on Sunday !' .'. II ' Rooms to lot. 600 Boooh street. .. .1 pi Ion. A. &.' HawkinB rotumod lomofrora tjiewost on Sunday. Buy your grain and food from laws & WallsyR.P. 274 S.W. 29. iV. - i-fci Lo Flotohor? reports a good alnin lSytlevGnp both Friday ndSatUrdAy; Fotr Sale: ;ne fine sow and 3 trigs! AppljCMra. T. A. Sponoe rtuiuy viowauuiuon. ' T. A. Spence. Jghn 8. Sijbvenson ia just up irom a four weeks attaok of fever. He iost 32 pounda in iroight. jt. m For SalejT-Throe-room cottage Mid 13 large lots on Clinton Ay- enue. " J. C. Wren. .. .- n Simmons College football team is to play the Fort Worth Univer- Wty teajn oil Got. 1st; ' J. A Wa'daworth and son El- lerhave.cpme in from Missouri look after their property near Jdntent. i? "- B ' - 'Gjfc ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 19 September 1904

hlW rfMIW!..tMMtMMiBtflr 1fcWlUnB A hSfcJdWi i i iii' 1 . A Desert Mystery Colonel tW&itoliead id a story toll- er from way kok aiid has a reputa- tion As a raconteur thnt spreads over a dotfen western sUtos and terri- tories ariici from the waters of tho 'Atlantic to thoao of tho Pacific. He has had inninnoraWo thrilling adtcn- tures both in war and in peace and when in tho proper humor he will apin. yarns or tho most nhsorbiflg Interest by tho hour. Orio story that ho. related as wo jwcro jogging along behind the mules on a recent trip to tho undoubted igateway of sheol i. e. the sulphur 'banks of Kern county is so uncan- ' ny and Btrango thatl will venturo to repeat it. "Some three years ago" said the colonel "I was engaged in making a survey from Rogers on the Mo- javo desert; to. Antioch. Wo made rapid progress toward Fort Tbjon !pass and it became necessary to oheckwirp the line measuring dis- tances from ' government corners that the road might be accurately located upon ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 20 September 1904

REPORTER. 1' "f- ' rite DAILY J. f v fis .'V i VOL. IX. ABILENE TEXAS TTJESE)AY SEPTEMBER 20 1904. JtfO. 58 Home. Sweet Home. 1 We have A blocks o! 1 58 acres each aad two block 76 acre each of the Warren ranch for sale so tfcere is room for 10 more families. This Is splendid good land also plenty of wood and. well water easily: gotten. Sitwat- ed from 4 to 7 miles north of Merkel. Small cash pay- meat and long time. If yotf can rent huid yo can btry one of these tracts and pay for it. Now is the time to get; a home of your own. LOOK HERE. We have 320 acres of land for sale 1 6 miles sooth of Abilene (00 acres in ctilttyatfon 40 more grabbed ready for breaking balance in pasture 5 room house plenty of wood and two good tanks at only $10.00 per acre. This s a snap. Come at once if ybt want it. COMPERE BROTHERS Land Dealers and Money Lenders. ABILENE TEXAS. Stamens Feet SW. ' Tho following dates have boon arranged for tho Simmons Col lege team for part of tho season. Two othor p-amofl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 20 September 1904

- i m . 4imil.fcA- ... '1-jK . -V " - JWAr WW--- - Ufa m9V '(jWV) J& . t in ' " A ' "S 4 vkJ u - fc i & I 1 ' i i )( . RESPLENDENT FALL STYLES An immense collection of everything that is new and stylish attractive and eliable anct offered at unusual opportunities of genuine saving throughout every department. We have prepared with jst those stylish and worthy goods that yo are always ac- customed to get here. We don't know of a single want in the general line of Dry Goods thrt couldn't be well tilled here. The material for eroaleu Ginghams Madras. the sohool dresses. Large assortment of Fleece lino Viounas Daisy cloth Oxfords and Mummie cloths for waists night robes and house dresses. Wash Dress Goods. LADIES READY TO WEAR GARMENTS Wool Dress Goods. Vast quantities of all wool Triooes in all shades. A beautiful lino all wool silk ChallieB in the new browns blues etc. The raging Mohair for waists and suits in fancy and plain. The greatest profusion of all woolj Granites Cover...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 20 September 1904

0 Mueller 'A Son Hardware. D. T. Hdrkrider oame in from Lawn on Monday. . "Up-to-now" LadieB Tailored suit and skirts you will soo at The Abilerio Dry Goods Co INK I II ifct iW. K. Britton WaB in from tho Wagstaff ranoh Monday night. W P. Wilson oamo up from -Baird and spent Saturday in our city. Wanted by Young Man: A good room oloso in with or with- out board. A. W. oaro Reporter Tho Elks Hall entertainment Aor tonight Is postponed for one week. JJffow No. 6 Romington typo writer for rent. ' (BuBinoss College. Rev. A Q. Adams iB building a nioe new home on Oak street south of tho court house. Found: Liver and white point- er dog female. W. M. G. Mackeohney. . C. C. Perrell Esq. of Anson oamo in Monday to take tho night train for St. Louis to soo the groalf exposition. l m A great truth quickly told: ; Quick bakers fuel-savers are National Stoves and Ranges. ' Over Hardware Co. Mrs. Stella Johnson has gone to Big-Springs to join her hue- rband and from there they will go to Mexioo....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 20 September 1904

-&&fffrl4m4 JfMw JhJ.fr.KtfpllH I . -im. At- H-jfrV 4 i - fh. .- I.foVflWWija.M JtyKKM I i I i i ESH3Q Tlio Kind Yon Havo Always Bought and "which lias oeea In nso ior over aw years was and WIS ocon miwo unuur " jna-'Stf-f- sonnl supervision sluco its Infancy. TcbccJUMl Allow no ono to dccolvo yon in this. ah nirti T.nifafinnn Experiments that triflo with and endanger tho health of iBfants and Ohtldron Bxporicnco against Experiment What is CASTORlA OMtorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare- goric Drops aud Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. 16 contain neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic uuustanco. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fovorishucss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency. Ifc assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORlA ALWAYS Bear the The Kind You Have Always. Bought...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 21 September 1904

ARli FNE DALY REPORTER. t VOL. IX. ABILENE TEXAS "WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1904. NO. 59 tr r Home Sweet Home. We lure 8 block of 58 acres eacn and two blocks 7ft acres eacn oi tb Warrta reach for wile so tfcere is room for (0 cpore families. Tills Is splendid good land also plenty of wood and well water easily gotten Situat- ed from 4 to 7 miles north of Merkel. Small cash pay- meat and long time. If yon can. rent land yot can buy one of these tracts and pay for It. Now Is the time to get a home ol yotfr own. LOOK HERE. We have 320 acres of land for sate 1 6 miles south of Abilene 1 00 .acres in cultivation 40 more grabbed ready for breaking balance la pasfare 5 room hoffse plenty of wood and two good tanks at only $t 0.00 per acre. This Is a snap. Gontc at oftce If yow want It. compere Brothers ! Land Dealers and Money Lenders. - ABILENE i-' ED. S. HUGHES Presides!. - HENRY JAMES Cashier. 1 J. M. CUNNINOIIAM Vice President. W. R. KEEBLE Asst. Cashier. I f ' ME:. i; .v '- I I FARMERS ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 21 September 1904

-4 . " TITtTtffinnrtjrfcitlBITf ""' a.WWS:-v- T-'X- ii ;.! .f'.i.i.T.'itg.iBwtaiB -in" n T - 1p &KtflfHr&ftH!fcWHr&il?4tf4ilf'ir'if'i' i- RESPLENDENT FALL W H 1 .JA5l. l .- jSvv.... -r --.. - : ' I ' k tj is h ii Ki 1 . i ir r I'! '' i r f rf-r t- r- . if An immense collection of everything that is new and stylish attractive and teliable--anct offered at unusual opportunities of genuine saving throughout every department We have prepared with just those stylish and worthy goods that you are always ac- customed to get here. We don't know of a single want in the general line of Dry Goods thrt couldn't he well filled here. The material for eroaloB Ginghams Madras. the sohool dreBses. Large assortment of Fleeoe line yiounas Daisy cloth'- Oxfords andMummie oloths for waists night robes and house dresses- Wast ' . Dress Goods. LADIES READY TO WEAR GARMENTS stylish browns blues and blaoks. Wool Dress Goods. Vast quantities of all wool Triooos in all Bhades. A beautiful lino all...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 21 September 1904

mmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmum 'mmnmmmnmmnmKam ate S 1 mm m wftp i 3BWi Having enjoyed such a splendid Spring and Summer Business we nave been encouraged to doable out efforts to please our trade in NEW FALL GOODS. Remember not an old article in the house. We have selected Friday and Saturday Sept. 23rd and 24th for opening days and will show the swellest line of bright new goods bought especially for our trade ever shown in Abilene and the prices are very attractive. - We have the latest most complete line of high grade dry goods dress goods trimmings notions neckwear etc. f o r the ladies and every thing for men you will find in the city and most cordially invite one and all to our open- ing. Souvenirs for the ladies. Come whether you wish to buy or not. gg totoi B ' mm jB mm m HL Kgg SOUTH J ST. AND CHESTNUT. "YOUR MONEY BACK IF NOT SATISFIED." - wmmmmmmmmmmmssmmmmmmmm (tny -7- 0. Mueller & Son Hardware. Miss Lena Lark was auite sick Tuesday -but is up today. Fnr flalft; Mv nlnoe in Val...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 21 September 1904

Wi niWh iiWivmm.mlltjg - ' - -V. ' U rmmhm u'im4j 3. 35tCgS'SSg.LJ'jt 1"! yjy rfr." v v.: '"' iwwt'" u vNMlMMiMM3M iiiB'runnfi ff- ' '' i.mi..i.wi.ii. in..fc.in ii hi mnimpi 1:1 X t I i IIM HlV IbViv iir k b" K Jtok 1M' 1 ilV ilV Tlie Kind Yon Have Always In uso for over 30 years aii fiMmtn.A.Uo Tmtfttnna S& 'sfA-- Experiments that trlfio wltli and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTOR I A Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare- gorlc Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium Morphino wor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Foverishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy ami natural sleep. Oho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears tho CZa&zicU4M The Kind You Have Always Bo...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 22 September 1904

REPORTER y Jl V0L. XX ABiLENE. TEXAr'TriaR&DAY SEPTEMBER 2 1904. isro. eo ".JJ'nim : -&S'V- K Home Seet Home. if W hi ve8.biock of 1.58 &cres eac and-two .flocks 74 acre each of tlic Warren ranch for sale 10 there Is room for 1 0 more families. . Tfcli is splendid sood t UnV afso pfenty of wood and well ed from .4 to 7 niiles6;th of ;&ment and long tiflhe. If yo can rent laad yo.caa hey one of these tracts and pay for it: Now is the tiftie to get it home of y oar own. . v ' LOOKHiERE k U We have 320 acres of land for sale .16 miles south of Abilene J 00 acre in cultivation 40 more grajbfced ready for breaking balance in pasture' 5 roomoe. plenty of wood and two good tanks at only $ i 0.00 per acre. This i a snap. Come at once if; yotr want It. ... . COMPERE Land Dealers and ABILENE -' teTr w LIEJIE S 02sT?S ??SiaOf TTnUiaaM Lsl&M . . Bit - wmim i ; i lew i 'i i i t" lTl Ifr ft I I a- 1 ' ' . L. WHflHlJyT .. vXS3taaHPS Successors to. J. IVWo.ten.. . ' Deaters;in G...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 22 September 1904

T . ' . 1 1 ' 1 tt - ' ' s a -1 'm4mWB m-mH RESPLENDENT FALL 5.1 m2 & i I M i H' r An immense collection of everything that is naw and stylish attractive and eliafele--and offered at unusual opportunities of genuine saving throughout every department; We have prepared with Just those stylish and worthy goods that yo are always ac- customed to get here. We don't know of a single want in the general lijtie of Dry Goods thrt couldn't be well filled here Wash Dress Goods. oalos dinghamB Madras Tho material for the sohool drosses. Large assortment of Fleooe line Vicunas Daisy cloth Oxfords and Mummie oloths for waists night robes and house dresses- Wool. Dress Goods. Vast quantities of all wool Triooes in all shades. A beautiful lino all -wool silk Challies in the new browns blues etc. The raging Mohair for waists and suits in fancy and plfiin. The greatest profusion of alf woolj Granites Coverts Broad-oloth Crashes and Cheviots in the mannish effeots at popular prices. LADIES READY ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 22 September 1904

ilWWll W illeMIMBWXKaiiuW V i OftDCRS. i. AfUr Thty Had Bn Interpreted by Hhi Wenltui Fine. A & yo. officer belonging to a tftaurjr eofy) In India was h4 on Bfck jkve IpUtwF convalescent tioiTdf Simla uijd While recovering HE ma health among the hills . Micro was ypbbedl of Ida heart arid in re turn 'captivated the charming thief." The ypurig icllo roHOBed and was accepted nnd with nil possible dis- " patch' the wedilUig day was fixed. J3uf tlid tolbnet of the expectant bridegrQbm'B regiment was strongly. opnoaccT f6 thVljputonant raarryihg and telegraplufd M -unwelcomd "Join " at dncoMb'tho amorous sub. The chagrined soldier handed tho S crematory cjegc to his fair one. ho glanced at IE and then with a becoming blush to sweet Bimplicity i remarked: t a A- ' atlnoin glad; dear; that your colonel so approves of your choice but what a hurry he is in jtor tho wedding! I doh'fc .think-1 can" . be readv. ouito so soon but I'll trv. lo.fl jet nrsej- the colonel must bp ' "Bnt.ry.ou."d...

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