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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 7 October 1904

i H & VJ 3 I '! ? 'li l( t I j i 1 mtmtmMt r timVt.n .-i-n i J'1 ' mm A 1 1 If H bbbf A sv B 9M bEe H BY Hi Ri jb BBST wPJb H UMl yD m ft B BY wi BBwSSBBBBSBSBSBBMMBBMwNbNBHJMflRBBBP3 Tlio Kiml You Havo Alwoys Bought and which lias been in uso for over 80 years ltrts horno iho sljjnatur of ana lias occn innuo umior m v.-tSrf-f-' ponul supervision filncb Hit inftraoy. 7&&Ji2; Allmitnn nun in ilnonlvo VOU Ill tlllSs it i iih T:.tfnii. ntwl .TiiHt-ns-crooil"arol)ut Experiments that Irlllp with niidctuluiifrcrtlio health oS Infants and Chlldron-Exycrlcnco ujjalnst Experiment. What is CASTORIA . Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pao- goric Drops and Soothing Syi'ups. It Is IMciwuit. ' It - contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nwcotio substance. Its ago is its gimrontbo. It destroys Worm and aUays Fevcrishncss. It cures Dinrrhueii and Wind Colic. It relieves Toothing Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates tho . Stoinac...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 8 October 1904

ABILENE DAJLY REPORTER. u R. JiL ABILENE. TEXAS SATTJrMy OGTOBEB 8 1904. VOL. IX. "'" ' ' J NO. 74 ; r k MONEY to LEND '? b COMPERE BROTHERS Land Dealers and Money Lenders. ABILENE TEXAS. - 1. . . "? f .8 iVv ik. I EDI S. HUaHES President. J. M. CUNNINQHAM; Vice President. HENRY JAMES Cashier. W.R. KEEBLE Asst. Cashier. THE FARMERS and MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK iMUSU Capital and Sorplas $00000.00 ILENE TEXAS. 1 V i 0. W. STEFPENS Vice President J. G. LOWDON President. The GEO. L. PAXTON Vice President Wfl Ex. (inl.tb gf iCn National Abilene Tex. JWSVtAlVVVWS CAPITAL and SURPLUS $85000; A W.J.THOMPSON. Cashier . -" -;? - Ai T'?y5W" - -' &. .-..-L i" - '- '- -' " ' -' ' -t ' r J. M. WAGSTAFF rresiaent vy. vjr. owunsun uasaicr T. O. Shblton Ass't. Cashier. v ativiTititfigr W&TiftN Mi T& Ank '.x. '- fc" " '-' - -- ' - AtXM.'flM&r -i ... I 'XT ..AVDTT'WXTTf . . ' - ' jt MA3:NK.-A - -. i' -.C XiJJiiyOJ.i'iAJn . - ' jf J?KiRi ." '... w BR .capital- r-i $75000. ... 'f. i J HI ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 8 October 1904

AJ.liJJjfcjffytJi(Wptij1jiiujU)t())utgjg -1 iiTlTtH ijHH $ 4 ft RESPLENDENT FALL STYLES X t 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 he well filled here . -AtatoiwitatmM 3 til a 1 4 i 3r Bt a" m-1 t 1 : Wool The material for Wash Dress Goods. LADIES READY TO WEAR GARMENTS A new lot of Percales Ginghams Madras. the sohool dresses.'1 ; Large assortment of Fleeoe line Viounas Daisy cloth Oxfords and Mummie cloths for waisis night robes and .house dresses stylish browns blues and blaoks. Vast quantities of all wool Triooos in all shades. A beautiful line all wool silk Challiea in the new browns blues etc The raging Mohair for waists and suits in fanoy and plain. The greatest profusi...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 8 October 1904

IAUUU1 YUUK fALL ULU I HES. n rum fa k JA K t l As soon aS you are ready to dress ifcipttej than usual' you are ready to look at our .line of high.grade suits and overcoats; vou willfiind that you can get such clothes as you wajxi such as any man will be proud to wear. Pep-'3 feet in fitting tailored by hand of the finest g) fabrics ready-to-wear for .a good deal fes than these specifications indicate We are showing a very fine line of the cele- brated 1 S Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes; there are no other clothes so uniform- ly good. None that can be so safely guaran- teed to satisfy the wearer. Let us show you our line in slim stouts and regular sizes"in this brand. We will show you the famous little label you have heard so much about. A small thing to look ior A big thing to find. m m m Minter Dry Goods Co Abilene's Progressive Store. IS Copyright iqoa by Hart Schaffner f Marx WtW ' s&Bthf .&" O. Mueller Jb Son Hardware. Chief of police J. J. Clinton and his assistants...

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

n I 1 l; "I P tf-'l ! J a Jjtho Klntl.Xou Havo Always w -in bnt fnr nvr no voarfl. aii i.v.Un T.tnfnci f- A ItAJ&tt&TZUAi Experiments that trlflo with and endanger tho health of Infiuite and Chlldrcn-Expcrlcnco against Experiment. What is CASTORIA astona is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare- goric Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Eoverishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and 'Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation' and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. Kt it GENUINE Bears the CcknlfTcUcA The Kind You Haye Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. thc crroi eoMfw. tt Muwwr TWrr wtw yowk env. llkCE and EMBROIDERY SAE. Special prices to close We parry the best selection of the money. '" JEWELRY: 5 to 10 years guarantee M...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 10 October 1904

ABILENE DAILY REPORTER. ABILENE TEXAS MONDAY.OOTOBER 10 1904.' NO. 75 VOL. It. i I. fe Iff 1 V "A r n if. V 1 3 MONEY to ' t LEND COMPERE BROTHERS Land Dealers and Money Lenders. ' ABILENE TJpJXAS. ' ' i nn c Mimnnc D.int J. M.CUNNINQHAM Vice President. T t "ZZj rj Mi gMi im I F&RMFRS anil MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK I Capital and Sarplas ATiTTJrcwrc. - - ..'-. - - TEXAS. .u..... J..G. LOWDON The 0.' W. STEPPENS Vico rresraenc 'Abilene ;rt'.l t (Ft I. ' . . ArfO s 3 I PV CltPITAt and SURPLUS $85ifl0p lJ '-. ( As r w! J. THOMPSON Cashier . JrM. "WAGSTiFp; Tresldent W G. Swbnson Cashier J. O. Shblton Ass't. Cashier. f CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK ri . v -OFiABltKNE. . Capital - - $75;000 Solicits your 'business and will at all times extend to. its custo- mers all. accommodations consisteut with conservative banking. ' "' i '" ' DIRECTORS. J M. Wagstaff S. N. Morrison W. G Swenspn ' Ji H. Oliver- D.-G. Hill G.W. Parks e PiH.Hammook M. C. Cope W. A. Bowie. wvyyyiyyyw . . . i ' ; .1; (.' ''''...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 10 October 1904

K3K$ mm -&m J svA--1Y. ui.. awwrwwtwMM1wUtwWlii)aiSi i ' : ' . i r '--' ' s 1 4 FALL STYLES 10: am SE3I RESPLENDENT ii i a I 5 I FV1 . An immense collection of everything that is new and stylish attractive n teliable aad offered at tmastial opportunities of genuine saving thtottglurot every department. We have prepared with jtist those stylish and wof hy goods that yot 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 Was The material for A new lot of Peroales Ginghams Madras. the sohool dresses." Large assortment of Fleeoe line Viounas Daisy oloth Oxfords and Mummie oloths 'for waists riight robes and house dresses Dress Goods LADIES READY TOWEAR GARMENTS Wool Dress Goods. Vast quantities ofali wool Triooes in all shades. A beautiful line all wool silk ChallieB in the new! browns bliies etc.; The raging Mobair for waists and suits in fanoy. and piain. The greatest profusion of all wooJJ Grapi...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 10 October 1904

O.MuollorSpnardw. ( H AN Aft SttOlES. W. K JBritton waB in frontj Lawn pn business today 1 ! l' fc - Got a soap atond griddio and fry your breakfast pakos without groaao. Ed. S. Hughes & Co. J L. Lilly of Caps sold ootton today at 000. Oscar Myatt Was in trading from tho Deadman country this weok. 4 EC i it- ti HMKA He 8 1 I )) Jkm g- MAKERS OF. Y Wfi)u W & l.:.i 'k 4s 1 "r A v R m Help wanted at tho Bon Ton Restaurant. J S. Manly was in from his Spring oreok ranch homo today- arid sold cottbn at 975. Misses Mary Lewis and "Lola. Setser were shopping in town to- day from Deadman I have a quantity' of . dry and seasoned mosquito wood for sale oheap. J. P. Morrison. Rev. L. "R. Scarborough is in If di Anson this week assisting in a protraoted meeting. ..He will re- turn the last of the week. .. ; ' " :- ; Gage fiats fast received. See the Emporium windows. Another FaJr.Premfom. For the best individuals exhibit of livestock from one farm Ri D. Bumpass will give one Lucky Jim cu...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 10 October 1904

Ir P )fiHin mmMim RBflR! wfwnwHiM'B iw iflMiirtt.i -n f a j -.. r r-i iU&h it ;1lii' Tho Kind Yon Havo Always in uso for over 30 years nndjias Muy?- sonal supervision slnco its infancy. ww' Allnw no ono to deceive vou in tills. r-j All Counterfeits. Imitations Experiments that triflo "with and endanger tho health off Infants and Children Expcrionco against Experiment. What is CASTORIA dastona is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare- goric Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd allays Fovcrishucss. 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 and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the C&k&AeucMM The Kind Yoirtae Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. tMC CtNTAUR COMMIT. TT ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 11 October 1904

ABILENE DAILY REPORTER. VOL. IX. ABILENE. TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 11 1904. X ' ' NO. 76 'fr . V ; it; I!.- stvi f.ff .- h. I" j V V HON E Y to LEND COMPERE BROTHERS Land Dealers and Money Lenders. ABILENE TEXAS. I ED. S. llUailES President. J. M. CUNNINQHAItt. Vies President.' THE i FARMERS and MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANk I Capital and Surplus $500000.00 ABILENE J. G. LOWDON " The W. STEFFENS Vlcft President M Abilene CAPITAL-and SURPLBS485i85a- Y. J. THOMPSON CaHhier J. M. Wagstapj? President Ws G. Swrnsqn Cashier J. O. Shiu-ton Ass't. Cashier. The CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK - OF ABILENE. Capital - - - $75000 Solicits your business and will at all times extend to its custo- mers all accommodations consistent with conservative banking ' DIRECTORS. JT. M Wagstaff S. N. Morrison W. G. Swenson J.H.Oliver; D. G. Hill G.W. Parks P.' Hi Hammock M. C. Cope W. A.Bpwie. - F' &" I4 -Sf "fcS fV&l 'V'V. V.V" !..-.. ' '. f-'vf Why Not fry .1 .- yoar breakfast cakes " Without Grease? C ook them on...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 11 October 1904

inrrfnuMM I I RESPLENDENT FALL STYLES 4 H . " l .mill I i i ' If i l . . w i .1 ' i in ii i l i n i i I i mm i : 1 4 t fr-' I i ' I K ' r- ' ru v An imnsft collection of everything that is new and stvlfcli attractive and reliable- and offered at unusual opportunities of genuine saving throughout every department Wehave prepared with just those stylish and worthy goods that you are always ac- fstomed to get here. We don't know ot a single want m the general line ot Dry ids thrt couldn't fee well failed here The material for A now lot of Percales Ginghams Madras. A the-sohool dresseB." ' Large assortment of Fieeoe line Vicunas Daisy oloth OxfordB andMummie olothB for .waists night robes and housa dresses. Wool Dress Goods. Vast quantities of all wool Triceps in all shades. A beautiful lino all wool silk ChatlieB in the new brownB blues etc. The raging Mohair for waists and suits in fanoy and plain. The greatest profusion of all woolj Granites Coverts Broad -cloth Crashes and Cheviots ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 11 October 1904

- WWWJ. - P " W O'. Miiollor fc Son Hardware j) sMrs. Tbx Polk of Roby' Is vis- iting the family of J. N. Fdrger- flon. HANAN SHOES. 17 XVVTZ5 assssaa it 'I' 1 IV Ji ? . 'J V A ? 0 a w ? W Ml I have a quantity of dry and i .' - Boaeonea mosquito wood for sale f"y ohoaD. J P; Morrison. The Banks will close at 12 m. tomorrow Buainoss men will take duo notioo The -Reporter wants to buy somo nioe olean soft rags. Will qpay 3o per pound. M7dT MoNatt loft today for $ olf City to take ohargo of a flouring mill his family to go later. Purettn Prize rWalch . Given away during tho See daily paper. Puretta Contest Pair. Editor L. B. Shook has a letter in todays Reporter whioh will be of special interest to our read- ers. He will be home early next week. "To avoid the cold -weather you must have your old v over coat made new or ' buy a new one from Tom The Tailor at old Dal- las News stand. J. M. Pearce of Coats was in with cotton today and paid SI .00 for The Reporter -one year to go to his fr...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 11 October 1904

WILL EXHIBIT AT ABILENE ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 UNO BROS WORLD'S CU AblC ;ATEJllv?nJ THE SUPREME.INVINCIBLE VICTORIOUS MONARCH OFTHE AMUSEMENT WORLD wmm mfflwm a IBk KyS? Ra 5S&r ..-w 1 &U - Ofe? ?55 ui v f .rtvyf. -"r3?.r I'TU . ekAtt'ttMiJ.rVta. f vnw "x Vy'- AsjvaA AW (J) vt uiJ W vry " J (yT dAMtSieA.Ut!. v.t&XSrv' jiy EUROPEAN NOVELTY RIDERS. JERUSALEM AND THE CRUSADES Now added without any addition In price to THE BG6EST SHOW ON EARTH. Oiplettaj with Historical Accuracy and Truth the Trials and Triumphs ot lh DELIVERY OF JERUSALEM PROM THE SARACENS BV THE CRUSADERS- 1200 CHARACTERS IN THE CAST. 300 DANCING GIRLS 200 Chorus SINGERS. 50 MUSICIANS Grand 68-Stop Pipe Organ. 2000 Costly Costumes. . ... - rr- ENORMOUS SCENERY.- 85 DOUBLE LENGTH RAILROAD 1280 PEOPLE 650 HOBSES 40 BIC AND LITTLE ELEPHANTS 108 WILD ANIMAL GAGES $3700000 CAPITAL INVESTED $7400 ACTUAL DAILY EXPENSES 3-MILB LONG PARADE EVERY MORNING AT 10 O'QLOOK. TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY AT 2 AND 8 P. M. Ooori ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 12 October 1904

-J. IP ? ABILENE DAILY REPORTER VOL. IX. ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 1904. NO IT' "K. " JSto-iV fflft?". i: r Hi S: '' 9 r-' . I I v. -d l A $ l MONEY m to HP HMMH Hi 'Hi RHk LEND COMPERE BROTHERS Land Dealers and Money Lenders. ABILENE TEXAS. 1 ED. S. HUQHBS President. HENRY JAMES Cashier. ' k 1 J. M. CUNNINGHAM Vice President. W. R. KEEBLE AbsI. Cashier. V 1 THE 1 1 FARMERS and MERCHANTS NATIONAL SANK l Capital and Surplus $ 00000.00 ABILENE - - - - - - " - TEXAS. V I J. G; LOWDON President. The O.W. STEPPENS ' Vlco Preaidant N ti.cai M Abilene K -w w - w n w w w - WHU CAPITAL and SURPLUS $85000 W. J THOMPSON Cashier J. M. Wagsxakp President W. G. Swhnson; Cashier Jf Of. Shklton Ass't Cashier. The CITIZENS' NATIONAL 'BANK OF ABILENE. Capital . - - 75000 Solicits yoor business and will at all times oxtoad to its custo- mers all accommodations. conV.stot.i with conservative banking. DIRECTORS T. M. Wagstaff S. N. Morrison W.G. Swenson J. H. Oliver D. G. Hill G. W. Parks P. H ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 12 October 1904

ttSHSiSJSm Htntriti''Tt'Ty.T itifritiTi?tiK ju 44 I RESPLENDENT FALL STYLES at if An immense collection of everything that is new and stylish attractive and eliable- 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 i We don't kotow of a single want in the general line of Dry Goods thrt couldn't he well filled heie. Wool The. material for A now lot of Peroales GirighamB Madras. the school dresses . Large assortment of Fleeoe line Viounas Daisy oloth Oxfords and Mummie oloths for waists night robes and house dresses. Dress Goods. Vast quantities of all wool Triooes in all shades A boautiful lino all wool silk Challies in the new browns blues etc. The raging Mohair for waists and suits in fanoy and plain. The greatest prof usion of all wbolj .Granites" Coverts Broad-oloth Crashes and Cheviots in the mannish effects at popular prices. Tailor made suit...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 12 October 1904

& 0. Mueller Son Hardware HANAN SHOES. .T. A Ri-lo-M nf Polofli Bold T cotton at 0.70 Tuesday. In the show oxoitmont don't ' forget the West ToxaB Fair. - Vop corn poppod or not tapped at the Kandy Kttohotw Puretta PrUc Watch j.Given away during the Fair im daily paper Puretta Conteat. Walter Smith has roturned from Cleburne whore he haBbeon : working. Manly Hanks Chastine Murry and a friend are over from Stam- ' ford today. a Lucoan Peevoy a few days I atro was reported better but yes- II terday he -was not doing so well. & Miss Liaura uarren ot osam- Ford spent the day with her friend FMiftB Minnie Lindsey. When -you Want y6ur stove cleaned and set up ring up S. W. phone 137. . m Postmaster Walker of Nubia is in the city and will remain over for the oirous. Room and board 518 Elm St; - ii :i i . ii Dr. Cranford and a number of his friends arrived bright and ei?.rly from Buffalo Gap. Joe A. Brown of Trent 'was in today to see the circus and call- iQ at The Reporter office. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 12 October 1904

Mil' iKIimiliH'-'J'l fMuiiiMii ..i.nH.q.iHi.i nnii j'i imiftn in tjUlHiin l- I II' f ImmaaaammcVtsmmmmeamescBtstmmit She f amily Tree t -. Baa ' ' v.vrjssssr Tho Kind Ton Itavo Always Bought and -which has heoa. in u(o for over 30 years has homo tlio signature C and hns been mauo under bis p Jfyj- sonnl supervision since Its infancy. Y-UtUte Allow no ono to dccolvo you In this. All Counterfeits Imitations aud " Just-as-jjood" aro but Sxporlments tbot trlflo with and endanger tbo health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria la a bnrmloHS substitute for Castor OH Pare- goric Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. 16 contains neither Opium Morphluo nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Wornw and allays Fovcrishncss. It cures Dlnrrlicoa and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Trembles cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and untural sleep. Mio Chi...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 13 October 1904

y fCLU W 15 ' VOL. IX. ABILENE. TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 13 1904. NO. 78 . REPORTER l ' ' ' ' i ' "'" ' 'a ABILENE i IJIjU i &' $f K f-; i-- . ' '- ' 4-- lsajE ( TS A i w. KJF i MONEY to LEND Mm MmmM MmW COMPERE BROTHERS Land Dealers and Money Lenders. ABILENE TEXAS. 1 ED. S. HUGHES Prcshj'cnl. HENRY JAMES Cashier M J. M. CUNNINCJIIAM. Vice President. . W. R. KEEBI.EiAssL Cashier. W THE I I FARMERS and MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK I Capital and Surplus $00C00.00 ABILENE - TEXAS. W tMfcagggBft mewsssstetm J. G. LOWDON The O.W. STEPPENS Vlco President' - vi- - . vv.jcA ." Afcilene CAPITAL and SURPLUS $85:000 W. J. THOMPSON Cashier J. M. WAgstakf President W. G. Swknson Cashier J. U. ShkltoN Ass't. Cashier. The CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK OF ABILRNK. ' Capital - - - $75000 Solicits yur bii.stnusf. and wih at nil times m.vkmuI to .its custo- mers all. fuicommortritiDns j:on.sttn.s. wtih corihtsiviitivo banking. '-"' ' . ' DiRKOTWiN ' ' : ' ' '-"' J. M. Wacjstaff S.' N.-Morrhum W..G. Swonson . ...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 13 October 1904

AbZ22Etf .fctEftayifrfrfrfrHNfrttftbbfrft . 7 RESPLENDENT FALL STYLES 'fit MwnCtKdftfa I! !i An immense collection ol eveytiiing that is new and stylish attractive and eliable and offered at unusual opportunities of genuine saving throughout every department We have prepared with fast 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 Wool Vast quanUtioa ofll wool Tricoes in all shades. A beautiful lino " all wool silk Challiea in the now browns? blues elc. The raging Of CSS Mohair for waists and auita in fancy and plain. The greatest g 4 profusion of all wool Granites Coverts Broad -cloth Crashes QjrOOOS and Cheviots ih the mannish effeois at popular prices. The material for Ja . v A new lot of Percales Ginghams Madras. 1 the school drosses." Lif CSS Larg0 a8Bortment of Fleece line Viounau Daisy oloth Oxfords VjOOOS. andMummiooiotna ior yr.wwi uiBmiuuOTMuoio...

Publication Title: Abilene Daily Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Daily Reporter — 13 October 1904

0 Mueller & Son Hardware HANAN SHOES. A. ).Lirky Esq. went to Ft iVorth today .on business "Pop oorn popped or not ' popped at tho Kandy Kitohon THE HOLT DRY GOODS CO J Given Away I'nretta Watch Can bo soon in J. F Clark's show window It is a boauiy. PURETTA 19 m 'V? 'ft? J V b to sv :.-": w ' T. i H I c C. ' . LI. ' g rt &T J8. r r v tf Don't.fail to seouro your seals' in advance for the Spooner Dra- matlo Co. Room and board 618 E-lm St1 MiBB Nollfo Millor of Colorado City isherl visiting the family of G. A. Moore. m Puretta Prize Watch Given away during the Fair. See daily papor. Puretta Contest. Roy Savage was able to ride down town to see the street pa- radb though he is quite soro -yet. Wanted: Half dozen first class ironers at tho Abilene Steam Laundry. Good wages to the right parties. 'The Daily Reporter for local aewa. . About fifty Epileptic Colony patients came in to see the street parade. They were in dhargo of . A. Smith. Tom Floyd and two. or three members of hi...

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