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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 May 1913

PAoravi ttLf f sPHP"-TS ;on you k f'VL- . jlLj. I- -L fL- ffo reputation ofiMmakert" When you buy a Sludchah a wagon that will last until y over to your son anc he turns One of the first Sttli thakef wa constant service tor in rty ycnra.nnc send you the names t f farnasrsiwr pos.tcs3ton wngono thatlmvchec where trom 1 to o ycart-'-Qtui tfirrc (hem. We are building be ame A bludcbakct wagoA is an leVcat; you full return for your outlaw It i Iron steel. wood. rjarnvand varnish i tion arc tested andtete&tcd to make su For work.buoineM orplcasure h use thereisaSucclat'ervchiclctoiltyeur requirements. rnira wagons uunip can iruciu (japgirs auiTcy run- obnuti pony carriage businets vehicle of every description with harness of the same high standard. Ste Mtr DeaCct or tctUe at STUDEBAKER South Bend Ind. uy arm tojnis son. made saw will nladly have in their nstant use any- re thousands of wagons today. nt that will stive built on honor d in its construe each is the best. town or country...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 May 1913

PAOBfTX wi'srun p c 1 i i i i i 1 1 I t 1 i t t r Pains All Over! "You arm wiIiim) av Arrow Okla. "to ust my H it will induce some suffering womajprio fry Osfdiil. I hQ pains ail over and suffered witiym abscess. iTliree jrfiy- skians failed to reltevejmt. &e faking CariujIam in better iteaith Otan ever MforeyffuT' that means Inkh tome because 1 suffered may yaswith wonuwrf troubles of different kinds. What orprlrcatnients rtrM helped me for a few days onlyJ TAI I Don'J wai Itil ou are ing care of symptoms worse 4 : w unless ghfcin You ukl alwaVtwKcco wfctft auic and jkA disc of the womanly to bear. irdui has helped Write f i U.' AlttUArYn PkiUtuwiM MA1ln rvyu.. r.-- mm m mot.. naiiRi vvm wiaiiawvi mvnun wg.i wnamp ICM w((iiwwtwin iww-nr aeea. MR. E.V. ME discusses proposed bond am. endment of statu consti- titiox jiefoke people "The Amendment If A doped Would Provide a Wise Just hhiI a Soimd Public Policy for Putting' up IlnildiHgs. AuBtln. May 13 1913. Mr. Geo. S. Anderson Abi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 May 1913

Wqt biknt gimti-tPiekig tmktt VOLUME XXXII ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 27 1913. LUTHER M'CARIY KILLED IN BIG PIER AT LONG BEACH HIGH SCHOOL FOOR PERSONS ARE DROWNED HEALTH ADVICE FROM DR. CASH OSS EAR OU WITH H KEY IN CANADA Ur ( v CAL COLLAPSES SATURDAY Accident Happened While 10000 People Were Celebrating British Empire Day Following Parade. THIRTY-THREE HE KILLED; FIFTY INJURED Section of City Auditorium Built on Pier Went Down in Crash and Debris from this Added to Wreck- age that Fell on Top of Injured and Dead. lly Associated Press. I.ONU liKACIl Cal. May 21. Too weak to uphold the burden of 10000 liiiiiuin beings usuombled for the fes- tlvltlcH of "Ilrltlli Emlprc Uay"tlie Itilid end of the bli; double-deck mu- nicipal pier In front of tho city audi- torium collapsed todny !W Killed .'.() Iliidly Injured. Hundreds on tho top deck were plunged down on their beads. Hun- dred h crowdod on tho Second duck which nlHii gave way and till Were dropped down a chute of shattered woodwork...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 May 1913

Aai two m&wx. urn." V . M -.1 5 if 4 MINISTER'S 5 TA TEMEN T A' Prominent minister of Abilene ' was recently heard to make the statement that "Saving is Character." The fur- ther statement was made that noyoung man who habitually saves a part of his income ever embezzles that those who default and go wrong are those who live beyond their means. Is this not really true? If so it should be a lesson to every young man and older one too. Remember that our savings de- partment is open to you and your sav- ings are Specially protected moreover you draw 4 compounded quarterly. Vhe FIRST TATE BANK and TRUST COMPANY DIRECTORS: ( V Alei'i-linnl J It Knox T l I).j.dson s W. J.FulwiliT. J O Shvltoti J. II. lum-li I) .M.OIdhom Jr. K. li. n.Muun Qkrnr J'jirkor. ED ORCHE WILLI ORGANIZED Meeting Thic 'Afternoon .Hppc to Make It an Organization of Twenty-five Instruments. A Saeitjd OrahoHtro will U organ- ized ut the nudlloriutn erf the First Clirldtfau olwnsii Cantor North Third und 4IIckory fl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 May 1913

PAOI TH1 3 f a 4 Every Successful Man Carries a Bank Account TITOHR IS XOTIUXd THAT llttLI'S Tf) SYCTKSS L1KR A smSTAXTFAT. TUT.. aN'ck to vorit eimm ix vm raxtc and rx almost ravrawy CASIS IT WAS STAHTKI) TX A SMALL WAY. HErilX NOW TO DEPOSIT WITH Vfr AND WATCIf IT (illOW. AVM WILL HE GLAD TO HAVR VOrit ACTorXT. MR IT 30V KK SO SMALL. EX-CO. JUDGE IS ARRESTED TODAY k. v.. mutton ciiahold with rlckivinw Hum from saloon. 1ST FOIt Afqi'lTTAI GIVES BOND DURING DAY Accused Man Was tin Clifcf Witness in Hip llrllicry Indictments He- turned nl Y't. Worth Tun Weeks Ago The Citizens Kat'l Bank GEO. L. PAXTON President JOEF. GARRISON Cashier W. H. FREE Assistant Cashier Sf Your Backache and Rheiamatisjn WI7.I FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS Backache drags on yoyr vitality. Saj-p your strength. Weakens your endurance. Hampers you In your wotL. Besides that it means some- thing wrong with you? kidneys; a weakness nn Inflammation a breaking down may be of the kidney tissues. Foley Kidney PIIU is the true an...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 May 1913

1911001 yy M SEti-WSKLY SPfRHR 7 PJMWTWO OOMPAMT at AMtate Taaaa OHafcar el'w Wfwfc Mr r May If Hm ttCM. Uh) eaawetw ataadlag &t jr yejfaMi tfn av sotaOTatla waieli at ttw totuMM sC TIN KHmter will In W- Ita ImiIbs krMHElit to Um atteatloa C lUWUkiMiM AaiM. tx Moatfra (hi adraaae) Om Year (la adraaca) . .W .$1-00 telephones: wataaaa aad Ckeatauoa SoutkwMtcra 7; Iadeeeadeat 17. KdltorM OaUa ladoacadgat 161 SOCIETY EDITOR. S ladeaaaaeat Tboaa Ne. 528 mrtkwMteni 'Paoaa .Ne. MQ Bubaeribera fattiag te receive tbelr papers regularly will coafer a raver upea the laaaageawat by reportalg ame te the Buetaeee eflee. Piteaes 87. a 8UCCIrUL MEN. Tho current lessons in all our Sunday Schools re- late to the character and life of the Hebrew youth who became the successful man of Egypt then the most powerful and progressive nation of the world. These lessons portray a successful man of affairs showing the qualities in the hero which win real success in every age. These qualities are worthy of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 May 1913

PAOim mS&m2E Gigantic Demonstration Sae A Sale of Far Reaching Importance to Buyers of Dry Goods Millinery Ladies Ready-to- Wear Garments Clothing Shoes etc. mw "' ' "1IMI ' ' ' nZHSrllnTWM Just at the beginning of the season for warm weather goods when summer wearables of every de- scription are in demand we have elected toopen this gigantic demonstration sale Ourobjectis two-fold: First to again demonstrate our ability to underbuy and undersell any and all competition. Second to extend our trade territory by attracting new friends and customers to tjiis store from every nook and corner of this section of the country by sheer force of big values and good store service. Wide awake thrifty buyers are concentrating their shopping at this store and reducing the cost of their dry goods needs. This sale is a broad invitatbn to j)u with liberal inducements offered for you to join thV long list of satisfied customers at this store and let us demonstrate the supremacy of this store as a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 May 1913

EAQIBIX '' " TC ' ' ' " ' ' - -w - " ... M m TMt&TkeA a Special eAxxctooxis All now 19JH patterns and splendid vnlues nt regular prico tho savings on tline as now marked aro noteworthy indeed. SPECIAL EMBROIDERY ASSORTMENT AT 75c. This lot comprises beautiful deslgiw in All-Overs 'lo-inc.h FlonncingH Insertions and Band in all widths. Special . ri 75 SPECIAL EMBROIDERY ASSORTMENT AT 50c. In this assortment are to lie seen Flouncings with Bands and Tnsertings to nmteli now designs on fine sheer materials. Values to 75c for 50r SPECIAL EMBROIDERY ASSORTMENT AT 23c. Emhrneed in this lot are beautiful Flouncings and Bands to match and a largo collection of handsome Corset Cover Embroideries. Choice from this table at the special price 23 One Special Counter of Embroideries and Laces at 10 One Special Counter of Embroideries and Laces at 5 Special Sale of Fine Embroidery Flouncing For prettiness of pattern and elaborate designs this offering of high grade Flouncings excels any we hav...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 May 1913

Slbileni &mtf4Piekig ri)c VOLUME XXXII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 30 1913 XUXBlRtt. A. Yf V it BULGARS MOVE I ON THE GREEKS i .API'AREXT IXTEVMII.N IS TO Tiki: Ml A I.I. TtMVVS OF THEIR OFPOXE.VIS. TO DRIVE THEM TO SEA Ilulgarian (Jpnprnln Wprp. Todaj Muv lug Their Ouhh Into Positions Willi TIipHp Purfinxps Evidently In VIeu. Hy Associated Press SAI.ONIKI May 28 TIp Bulgarian general nre inlvltiK their guiiR Into a poult Ion with (lit- apparent intention or inking hiiiuII towns from the Greeks itml driving thum Irapk to the Ben. IMMEDIATE WAR EXPECTED. Jlllllnry Circle llcllcw. IloKillItl(s Iti'tuoni Hulgarlu iumI Sort la Will Occur Simn. Hy Associated Press. SOFIA Bulgaria May 2S. Military elrcles here expect the nlinoat imme- diate outbreak of hostilities lietupti Hulgarla and Sorvla. STOCKHOLDERS MKtfT. Hranch Ofllrc of MuTc Header Co. to Re Lorntpd In Abilene Ofllrprs Arp Elected. The first Annual meeting of the stockholders of the Plnlnvtow Maize Header Company wub called at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 May 1913

1 1 "t2 c THAT SILO QUESTION L fUR interest in the building of silos r V-r ;n flip. Ahilene countrv has been fully demonstrated by our proposi- tion to make a concession in the rate of interest to farmers who want to build them We repeat our proposition. The need of our husbanding and conserving the resources of the county is absolutely so important that it behooves all of us to do our part. This institution is will- ing and glad to do alf it can along this or any other line that looks to the de- velopment of the country. FIRST STATE BANK and TRUST COMPANY DMCTORB: C. "NV. Merchant J- B. Knox T. P. Davidson W. J. Fuhviler J. 0. Shelton J. II. Couch D. M. Oldltom. Jr. E. B Bymira Oscnr Parker. 8 LOCALS AND PERSONALS p From -MDmlay'B Dnll KdUor J. 0. Jnckson of the Mortal Mai) Is In the city today. Attorney C- II. Fulwilor returned this morning from A three dny& busi- ness trip In Fort Worth. Mra J. W- GrlOIth left this morning for Clyde. wiero she will spend the next few dnyR vis...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 May 1913

I I (fc l ! I ' ' t t v r t fee fy ' Ecry Successful Man Carries a Bank Account THERE IS XOTIlTXg THAT IfEl.PK TO srCQKSS MICE A srnSTAMTfAr.-RAT.. AKl'K TO QVU ('RKl)lT TN THE BANK AND IX ALMOST EVEUY CASE IT WAS STAHTE1) IN A S.MAU WAV. HE(HN NOW TO DEPOSIT WITH US AND WATCH IT ClltOW. vr W1M RK nr.An TO HAVE YOr ACCOrNT BE IT EVEH SO SMALL i The Citizens Nat'l Bank A i GEO. L. PAXTON President JOEF. GARRISON Cashier - W. H. FREE Assistant Cashier FT. VS. ABILENE BANKERS .Manager llnnllng Hiinris Out (lie Kiul Article ittitl Jtut a "Pedl- f tfrcu Truiu. Arrangements have bean completed Tor the biggest gumo of the Benson which will he plnyed In the Abilene tmscball park. The Fort Worth Na- tional Hank of Fort Worth according to the following contldcnttnl letter will Bend the fuHtcst uggrcgntlon out- side of the innjor leagues now living In captivity to meet and try their ut- most to atop the onslaught of the Abi- lene Rankers. This crowd which claim thry will ''bring home the oan- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 May 1913

mmmM ion Worth Bwort tnjefr atarad u eaWd-alsaa mfe AW w( i wowwr 11 ivqi. Aar vrroMfw nmUm watt taa character ataadlnr of reputation of of MiiM fit r eavaoratiaa whiett may appear la th aataama ot Tae'Ra pvnar ww avuatfiy erreted ape lta helm bromat t Um attaatfea at taawm. ucwrrfow ratii: OHK YAK OMC DULUR Warblers J (He hUeat name (or town knockers. Which sldo aro you on? Jfatend th paving la front of your property to the curb Ilea You will never have m good ehunce to act out of tho mud and duat as you aew have. thr cktn calle the fourth time no m inanli la prelaet aa aad J ktted 1IM how ft tea. pened: "First the child turned Hit Ut on a iu ate aad wfcan fea4 waa ahnoal muewnriene fraen tke fume. Then she pulled frees a taafe PwH v MMHWRp; wlnC laeJMI $ snatched aside Juet In time to eare her free ln)ry. a ahartr tea afterward he raa la th path) a a apaediag aa lymoslla aad wa palled eqt the way. the car gratlae; her M U aped by. Af lr a parted at ahH aha wee out an the street aa...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 May 1913

SSJ&U '-' " '-l - 5?1 ioi tf Ate Crowd and Attend Our Great DEMONSTRATION SALE r Thrifty shoppers who appreciate real economies-DiEcrimiratirg bujers who make their dollars do full duty arc appre iating the splendid values to b'e found throughout our three big salesrooms. You are invitedto come in tomorrow or any day during this sale and participate in the savinga made possible by this sale. Concentrate your shopping at this store and save on your dry goods needs. No premiums or prizes here but the difference in actual cash saved in the price Demonstrations daily. Prices Selected from Our Big Page Ad. n Snecial Notice Our purchases (through our resident buyers) from the great jobbers and man- ufacturers unloading sale are included in this sale. Many unusual bargains are being picked up and forwarded to us by freight and express. These goods are going into tins sale as last as tney arrive u J - r V 1 l 4 Demonstration Sale Prices Undermuslins ? One lot of Indies drawers trimmed i...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 May 1913

Why Stand for Such Agony P Wm ulfltly hnttttftiry rati Anjtit fafftf Wifi ; Mk. f irlwulii- Wfcmitti mmI Mmt CvhsAwa YaweBBBJiBBbaBB Cntrnfl MIWi a ht ef wort are (he Irtcteta wt ww! thuy Buffer the Intento Miy aartmnclMi bollit ryilpla and cthr Htnmlr painful and often dan Ail Uy raquire it to VT Qt Yr tee PufMffl With S.8.. antf Yeu Won't to Tortured Llka Thku set tha stagnation out of their blood with "This wonderful remedy work on tho principle ot allajuUtlag cell growth of ata ! IIA3TRY HAl'UKNlXflS. .l Hamby TcxnB May 2G 1913 My lltllo wire and I arc glad 'e live out on tho farm Awy from all tho duet and heat And feel the soothing charm Of acres broad and air to breathe That haa no deadly taint And whore we dwell among the birds That arc bo saintly quaint i "For years wo had to live In town llecause ray Work was there; Away from room; away from trees And breathe the tainted ntr Until our lungs were clogged with east. Our step grew dull and slow. Our heart and brain and mind an...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 June 1913

i VOLUME XXXII. ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY JUNE 3 i913. NUMBER M. 45 MORE TIME IS U 4 ! M IK VIM) FA ?I.H Stt'K AMU) Kl'MUIIS OK WAR IMIKMIDKKT OP CHINA SAID 10 IIK VHIS0XKH. K -f' 4. E SIMMONS COLLEGE COMMENCE' MENT EXERCISES PROVING HIGHLY ENJOYABLE. DECLARE8 $760000 DEFICIENCY IN SERVICE DURING HITCH- 22 I'ON'STITIJTION tlitftTH A7ED I'HIM'itALS A HI! KIM.I l I.V IIATTIiK. IMIIMOV ltKFHK.X rn.V.MITTKK riMLSTANK IS TKXS IS (iiiLAT o.m:. DECISION REACHED IN LlBIL SUIT FOR 10000 AGAINST MICHI- GAN EDITOR. COCK'S ADMINISTRATION. FINE PROGRAMS REPORT MADE AT SIMMONS BY BURLESON REBELS CLASH WITH FEDERALS JURY GIVES MUCH NEEDED 6 CENTS DM -l MM ENTERTAINMENTS CHARGES Large Audiences Have Been Present to Hear all of the Programs and Much Interest has been Man- ifestedwill Close Wed. Comnienct'inenl exercises of Sim- mons Collego begun Thursday night With a recital by tlio voice graduate Miss JJItt Mayes. TIioho who wore fortunuto enough to be present spent n delightful uvening uud wore charm...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 June 1913

Df cjs5ti4SE;3jssaiEtsteS3iE3? r-iIri2ylf'jKvrf-4IJki?"i3t'" - j-:r-er. :flKS tin- ' Wrf- paqitw "" " 1 - i i-liiaiin..''Wi.lTiiTM.-a ... .. 1 h J. i! THAT SILO QUESTION OUR interest in the building of silos in the 'Abilene country has been - fully demonstrated by our proposi- tion to make a concessiori in the rate of interest to farmers who want to build them. We repeat our proposition. The need of our husbanding and conserving the resources of the county is absolutely so important that it behooves all of us to do our part. This institution is will- ing and glad to do all it can along this or any other line that looks to the de- velopment of the country. I H6e FIRST STATE BANK and TRUST COMPANY DIRECTORS: C W. Merchant .T- U. Knox T. l Davidson "W. J. Fulw'iler J. 0. Shclton J. II. Couch D M. Oldhom. Jr. K B. Bymim Oscar Parker. r A FOUNTAI "Mut Flepant and Kxpciixlve Addition of Hi Kind Which Has Hecii In- stallrd In TIiIh I'll). The J. Sides confectionary Company has jttst Instal...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 June 1913

' -"r1.IUIIIMOll I il.l I I l.l.l. I '! WIMI- -.- .... .1 m' ..J ''''' ' l T - ?.. -. i i A. " i . . . . . . . . . i ; j .... . . - .. . .... . .. . . mmmmmimmtm mxmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmltmtfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmiB3L Vv 1 I "" '" "' v I Mi - - HW WWI JH H fOJ 0 l: ''PEoiWHIII'ao'o'SaaBBai 1 ( The (Ily Federation of Woman's Clubs was tuoHl delightfully enter milled by the Slininoiiii Bound Table ( till) htHt Thursday afternoon. Not- withstanding tlio Intense bent of the day n good number .of the club Indleq ensembled tit the college chapel whore tliey were welcomed by Mra. Sandefor President or the HlmniotiB Hound 1 utile Club mid Introduced to other members of the club. Next the guests were escorted to the Btiidlo. wIiro n half hour was most pleasantly upon! admiring the. beautiful urt exhibit the orlo of MIhh HobbH and hor -pupils-At four o'clock all nsnomblcd In the chapel which wan made nttructvn by tint two of lovely ("ape Jusmlncn and H-vtttieH. Ah thin wbb (he tiny foi- ( tlm regular meetin...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 June 1913

W)WlIW'WP.WTOBi!tllll1llW I lUHtOUl .yg'j'!igll'rrtr W"'W""M ' ' ""'wHwtini;nwjii.iiii'.iininiiijimfc.j..inmlai Mt0tviwtwmjHVMtmnimmmimmtimmmmtwmeim! I i M 1 M ! v h. '.J u K' f Demonstration That Proves and a oe& TMctfr 'SVia.Va Vw A SALS demonstrating anew our leadership in low prices on mer- chandise of dependable character. As evidence to you that this store leads in low prices as well as in the quality of its merchandise note the scope and variety of these offeringsthe array of notable values prepared for this sale values that competition cannot offer. With the growth of this business our quantity buying has increased until today we are the largest buyers of dry gods in this section of the state. This greater volume of business means that we can buy at lower prices in the best markets; it means that our selling expenses arc jess; that satisfied as we are with a small margin of profit we can and do undersell other stores. SALE BEGINS HON. JUNE 2 AND CONTINUES TWO WEEKS. ti5v...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 June 1913

-.d Our Mn's Thrin$ Department; This department is in chftnro of a first g1hb tailor wlm ! rmmaiwl AW Z.fnn CraA Softs of $6.76 Gewjrjfce lm Beaek Lieti Crash Suit botk in plain aaaWaad eetf stripes. e suit me the coolest and dreie4 oMbes jreH"P during the sumnier mouths. One of the beet Yalnes offered In wnnH weather clothe. Special . . . .- to do Mil kinds of altoration nnd repair work on' men 'a garments as woll as cleaning nnd pressing. Pliono '207 and our dolivary will call for your wouk. Prompt delivery of tl0 garments will bo iiuulo when tho e work ih finished. 1 M1 -- MMMM r " T i x1 c 9 t i : i W3T f 'f ........ v - Price Demonstration on Men's Wear Prices on high class Merchandise that tell of great value giving- We present on Monday the strong Mt list of values in Men's Wear that iwe have over offered and the most timely sle a sale of sumnier Wearable just at the approach of the warm season and at prices that for lowntss are not equaled by any store in this city. 1 This U...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 June 1913

-5"iW3 'jMaVSBT.tfS.r CSiWllj!tfc'" "!& " ' W JV fhi sccrasssssr?: -ter i4c t . UM IK" I i-fi If Vi tt-f AQBlr m t t " . l-fci VHmIO I -. I I J IDE SEMWEEKLY REPORTER rr ABiunm printing company ltt North ftMriM Street M acMl.eiM whAI at Abilene Tia October 14 im. ' 1 Aar wwiihii reflacttea Hpoa the character ataadlDg drawitAtMN e-f y fenm firm or corporation wuica may wnr ta tha coIubihb of Tbq Reporter lyill bo glad. Iy eorrct4 upe Ha bclsg brought to the attention of ttMltra. gUMOKirTICN KATES. Smx Moata (la adraace) nOrn Yar (la a4raace) .. H . .CO .$1.00 TELEPHONE!: . . JTtl t . fl.....t.M....l.m t. iMflAtl.Mllnl it nWRBCH Kntl IslrCUlauuu ouuiunuaiuiu vi muvjjitiiuoui t7. Editor!! Offlco Independent 1G1. 80CIETY EDITOR. Independent Those ... ....No. C28 gautaweatern Thome ....No. 990 " Subscribers falling to receive their papera regularly will confer a favor upon tho management by reportnlg hbs to the bualnesa office. Phones 07. PROGRESS OF PEACE. Jl 4 I I It is an open que...

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