Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 25, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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W have iust Bucceedod in getting the par-
ties owning the tract of land under ienct on
Hickory Street outh of Simmoni College
and north ot the North Ward Public School
Building to cut up aamt into lots 60 by 140
feet and put them on the market price
ranging from $40.00 to $100.00 per lot Terms: $5.00 to 10.00 cash balance in installments of six months each on a reasona-
ble time. This is one of the most desirable locations for suburban homes in Abilene being sufficiently elevated and convenient
to school andfto the city
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Toany person wishing to purchase either lot homes or
speculation now is your opportunity and -wc subtest
that you come quickly so that you may getf first choice.
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RZE-A-X -JESO? A.T-E XiO-3isr jlsTID HsrTJ3E.3SrOE3 .CaS-IrTS
WE DON'T CLAIM
To be in business solely
FOR YOUR SAKE
WE DO CLAIM
Uiat no other store sells anything for less money While
vrz sell most things for less money than others. We will
fjacfc this with cheerftiliy refunding cash. Yoar cash will
permit yotf to be a customer at
Thomson's Bargain Store.
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. i Before going elsewhere.
.2-tiavo tbo beat shop in Taylor county The only up to date power
shop -in tho county. With expert workmen arid the best fitted out
ehfep wo are able to give better satisfaction for the same money
than anyono else.
:- Horse shoeing and oold tire setting a specialty Prompt and
oourteous treatmont. Remember the name
133 Oak Street.
The Repotte Fo Daily News
Roby Aug. 22. Disfcriot court
convened this morning. Prom the
large number of lawyers attend
ing there must be a good deal of
business in prospeot. .1 noticed
the Abilene bar represented by
H. A.Tillett K. K. Legett .and
A. H. Kirby. Sweetwater is
represented by R. C. Crane C;
P. Woodruff W. W. "Beall and
perhaps others. The grand jury
was empaneled and under a short
explicit oharge by the judge was
senj; off to work. TJie trial of
Ross Green indioted for killing
Ross Milisap will be the most
important case to come up
' Capt Anderson has been on the
siok list for- several "days but
is able to be about town again.
We had a light rain Friday
night which did but little good..
Our feed crop is cut short and
cotton not making muoh on ac-
count of continueddry weather.
The Holiness people are pre-
paring a comfortable arbor on
Cottonwood one mile from town
for a campmeeting to begin Thurs
day Aug. 25 and continue un-
til Sept. 10th. An evangelist
and his wife from Denver Col.
are to be in the lead. Large
The 18-months-old son of W.
A. Weakley fell from a second -story
window fifteen feet above
the ground and escaped with but
a few bruises.
A good general rain would
help our crops Wonderfully.
LeUer to Byaum & Aluir. '
Dear Sirs :Your business is
when a house burns down to
give the owner some money to
build a new one. It is a good
business. Queer that the world
got.on so long without it. (
We. paint the one that burnt
down and the new one too. What
is better we paint the house that
don't burn down
You insure the houses that
burn ; we insure the houses that
don't. You have the ashes and
smoke; all the houses are ours.
We paint load-and-zino; Do-
voe. Wo sell the paint to paint-
ers ;jwe.don?t paint.- -- - -
Lead-and-oil is the old fashion
paint. Devoe is jsinq ground in
with lead and linseed oil: the best
paint in tho world: and the
cheapest booause it takes fewer
gallons than mixed pair.ts and
;t wears tiob as long a 'aad
aad-oil 'Nobody wants poor
paint; thoro's lots of it though
in the world
AM Griffin Plainfiold N J
Mr Aaron Higgina of Plain-
fiold always used 15 gallons of
mixed paint for his house. La9t
spring ho bought 15 gallons of
Devoe and had 4 gallons left"
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Tuscola Aug. 24. Seems as
though Miss Lima 'doesn't come
every Week so we will send in a
few' dots; ? '
. Cotton picking will soon be the'
order of the day; several are
p'ioking this week.
The Tusoola gin Has ginned
two bales this season the first
for Mr. Higginbotham the other
for A. M. Nason.
Will Young returned yesterday
from the World's Fair.
Miss Forence Sharp of Abilene
is visiting the family of T. B.
Mrs Poe and daughter made a
visit to Abilene Tuesday.
Miss Clara Fullwiller of Abilene
ifi spending a few days at C. P.
Prof Allison's new house is
John L. Graham is building a
new rent house on his farm.
Nemrod 'Williams (colored)
happened to a painful accident
last Sunday. A horse he was
driving to aoart beoame frighten-
ed and began kioking and strik-
ing the negro on one of his legs
broke the limb.
A Mr. Garrett working for
Mr. Higginbotham while being
drawn from a well which ho. was
oleaning out was dropped a dis-
tance of thirty feet the rope sus-
taining his weight breaking. He
was considerably bruised up.
Dr. Hioks the dentist at
Winters was in town Monday
Charley Brandon and family
.Visited J. L. Standard of Turner
Mrs. Ross arid daughter Miss
Maud aro visiting relatives in
Jones county this week.
Tom St. John went to Abilene
Alex Higginbotham lias ro-
turned homo from the eastwrjpphane your order to OS.
he has been for a year or two.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
Tin Kind Yon Havi Always Bought
See oar display of street
hats for early fall wear
New shapes new colorings
Minter Dry Coods Co.
Afeilcne's Progressive Store.
THE DELLIS HOME SCHOOL
Thi8 8chool will begin ita Fifteenth Annual Session Sept. 5 1904 and continue
umi.y-i.wu weojta. wo uiko pupus oi Doin sexes ana ail atreB. special attention
mvon topupil8 preparing for business or for college and to persons intending to
teaoh. Rate of tuition. 1.50.to 5.00 per school month.
This is the Oldest private school in West Texan and in firmlv nqfaiMfnTiod" i'n fh
esteem of tho public. Located on the comer of Grape and' North Fifth streets.
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MRS. ROSA (STROTHER) DELLIS
ROBERTS PHONE No. 874. . ABILENE TEXAS ' '
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in -
Challenge Gasoline Engines Dandy Wind
t Mills Ftimps Fipe. CyKndets Rose
Belting Packing Valves Cypress Tanks
Bath Tabs Sinks LaTatories Etc.
Fifstclass Machine Shop;
Up-to-date Pltfmbmg a specialty
YOU CAN GET THE
1 am selling at my office. fc4 c f
I am in the same building with Cress Watson's Confedtioriery.
Phones 289. -
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D to!" STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
GRAIN AND FEED STUFFS.
First Class Goods and Reasonable Prices.
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Call and see. No trouble to
Abilene Shoe Store
J. P. SUTPHBN PROP'R.
Roberts 82 Southwestern 130.
Prompt and courteous service. Your bus-
iness Mill be appreciated and handled with
W. T Wilson Proprietor.
Geo. W. Johnson
Phone: S. S 194 Roberts 25.
WILL STITH & CO.
Office Eiat SIiUPIm Street OverCUUcM
National Bmk. -
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Old LAVill building S. Oak St.
L. W. HOLLIS
Physician & Surgeon
Office over Harris' Droj Slor.
Phone 87. RoRtdonoe Phone M
New Float Line
I have started a new float line
with good teams and oareful men
and we promise you prompt and
satisfactory servloe. I solicit a
ahare of your patronage. Offio
with E A Pearoe 4
Roberts phone 53; S W. 364? T
T. A. DANIEL.
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Shook, L. B. Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 25, 1904, newspaper, August 25, 1904; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth332995/m1/4/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.