Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 45, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 24, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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We have iuat succeeded in getting the par-
ties owning 1he tract of land under fence on
'Hickory Street south of Simmons College
and north of the North "Ward Public School
mmmmaammamamammmammmmmmmammmmammmamamgmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmm Building to cut up same 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 and to the city.
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oany person wishing to purchase either tor homes or
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speculation now is your opportunity and we stiggest 2f
that you come quickly so that you may get first choice.
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REAL ESTA.TE IiO AIsT .A-TSTID UsTSTJKjMsTOEI .A.GHIEIINri'S
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The Kind You Havo Always Bought and wliich lias been
in use for over .30 years Las bornp the signature of
i and lias been made under Ins pcr-
jfify'-yP'Ls sonal sapervislon since its infancy.
All Counterfeits Imitations and "Just-as-good" are bufe
Experiments tliat trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria 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 Fcverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation
nnd Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates the
Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea-rThe Mother's Friend.
GENUINE. CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMt ctNTAun eonMmr tt mummv tt. hcw vobk oitv.
J. W. Love of Truby moves up
his Reporter figures 100 oents
J. N. Lipham was in from Tru-
by this week.
D. N. Hill made a business
trip to Baird Tuesday.
Mesdames R. Spicer and Hat-
tie Spioer have gone to Eastland
on a visit.
Ralph's motto is not how cheap
but how good.
The sweetest place in town.
For Sale: A Fox typewriter
good as new. Abilene Commis-
Mrs. "W. C. Murphy of Denon
is visiting Mrs. W. L.. Terrell
east of town.
"W. T. Connally brings a good
report of his cotton orop. He
thinks he will make 40 bales.
WE DON'T CLAIM
To be in business solely
FOR YOUR SAKE
WE DO CLAIM
that no other store sells anything for less money While
we sell most things for less money than others. We will
back this with cheerfully refunding cash. Your cash will
permit you to be a customer at
Thomson's Bargain Store.
- - - Investigate k - --
BLACKSMITH SHOP "v '"v
Before going elsewhere. .
I have the boat shop in Taylor county. The only up to date power
shop in tho county. "Wifli export workmen and the best fitted out
shop wo are ablq lo give better satisfaction for (ho same money
than anyone else
Hoi'so shooing and cold tire sotting a specialty Prompt and
courtoouB treatment Remember tho name
W. H. SCOTT
133 Oak Street.
The Repotte Fot Dally New
Mrs. J. A. Smith went to Trent
Tuesday afternoon to spend a
a few days with her son Phil.
Gents neokwear in the new
colors and soft material.
Bogar Campbell Sellers & Co.
J D. Bo wen was in from the
shinnery Tuesday. Ho reports
orops looking very well out there.
Miss Ollie MoLane of Alabama
arrived Tuesday afternoon on a
visit to herunole S. K. Qarrison.
Wanted: Board1 with two un-
furnished rooms (in private fam-
ily) for small family. Apply this
W. E. Russell's brother of Par-
ker county is visiting him. He is
on his way home from Boulder
T. J.'Parton of the Merkel dis-
trict was in on Monday. He re-
members that ootton often puts
on a orop after September.
George Walters was down this
week from the Bryan -Young
ranoh northwest of Anson. He
reports grass good and oattle fat.'
We are now rooeiving one of tho
largest fall stocks of goods ever
shown in Abilene.
- -BogarjCarapbollSollerp & Co;
Z. D. Hailey spent last Sun-
day at Atwell ton miles south of
Putnam and reports a oompleto
orop failure in that distpiofc on
aooount of dry weather Mp.
Hailey has beon visiting that seo-
tion every summer for tho past
ten yoars and ho says that this is
their first orop failure sinoo he
has known the country.
The very newest thing
in street hats for early fall
wear Just received.
Minter Dry Goods Co
Abilene's Progressive Store.
We like to see you.
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The Supporters of Differennt
Contestants Have Only- a
Few More Weeks And
Should Get Busy.
Satandlng of Contestants August 23.
Woodmen Lodge -Federation
Publio School -
The number of votes are not
published where the contestants
have received less than one.
You can vote only at the fol-
lowing named places :
Abilene Dry Goods Co.
R. D. Bumpass hardware.
Majors it Majors Photographers.
Geo. C. Harris Drugs.
The Reporter Job Printing.
R. G. Love & Son Meat Market.
J. F. Clark Jeweler.
Burton-Lingo Co Lumber.
Emporium Millinery Co.
Over Hardware Co.
Hayden Grocery Co.
J. Sides Bakery and Confeotions
J. T. Leeson Groceries.
W. M. Ingle Grooeries.
Mrs. L. H. Bradfield Drugs.
P; H. Hammock Furniture.
BUek Cat Brand
Renders thaMe more fluid and
thus helps the Hood to flow; it
affords prompt relief from bilious-
ness indigestion siok and ner-
vous headaohes and the over-in-dulgenoe
in food and drink. Her-
bine acts quiokly a dose after
meals will bring tho patient into a
good condition in a few days.
G. L. Caldwell Agt.M. K.and
T. R. R. Cheootah Ind. Ter.
writes April 18 1903: "I was
siok for over two years with en-
largement of the liver undsploorir
The dootors did mo no good and
I had given up all hope of being
cured when my druggist advised
mo to uso Herbino It made mo
tfound and well." 60o. For sale
by Bass Bros. Drug Co.
J. E. Chappoll of Caps is not a
pessimist and it is good to talk to
him. Ho thinks that the worms
are letting up and if they quit
now a very fair orop will bo'
made. The rnin on Friday night
did food crops a groat deal of
good "We havo tho best coun-
try in Amorioa" Mr. Chappoll
Will and Mrs Stith arrived
this afternoon from their eastern
trip including tho World's Fair.
. THE DELLIS HOME SCHOOL f
This Bohool will begin its Fifteenth Annual Session Sept. 5 1004- and oontinuo
thirty-two weeks. We take pupils of both sexes and all age3. Special attention
given to pupils preparing for business or for college and to persons intending to
teach. Kate of tuition 1.50 to 5.00 per school month.
This is the oldest private school in West Texas and is firmly established in the
esteem of tho public. Located on the corner of Grape and North Fifth streets.
For catalogue or any information address '
MRS. ROSA (STROTHER DELLIS.
ROBERTS PHONE No. 374. ABILENE TEXAS
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Challenge Gasoline Engines Dandy Wind
Mills Pumps Pipe. Cylinders Hose.
Belting Packing Valves Cypress Tanks
Bath Tofcs Sinks - Lavatories Etc.
Fiistclass Machine Shop.
Up-to-date Pltimfeinga specialty
YOU CAN GET THE
I am selling at my office fc e
Now only ioOl
I am in the same building with Cress Watson's Confeotionery.
J. W. Skinner.
Dtef! STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
GRAIN AND FEED STUFFS.
First Class Goods and Reasonable Prices.
. aom rnones. Your Patronage Solioited. S
Call and see. No troofcle to
Abilene Shoe Store
J. P. SUTPHBN PROPR.
ose Awful Headaches
Aro Buro lndlcatlona of some form of atoraaoh
trouble biliousness or ii bad Hvor. Malaria will
noxt overtake you. Don't risk It and nbovo all.
dou'ttakocaloiuolorqulnluo both uro dangerous
has nil tholr virtues nono of tholr
deadly offoota. IIERDINK taken
rwularly-ivlllf .mtul liomlaehe8pub
tlio diffestlvo omana m porfoct condU
Uon bead off biliousness boadaohos
Uvor Ills keep yea in good bealtk.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
SOO . Dottlo All OtudatmtM.
L. W. HOLLIS
Physioian & Surgeon
Office ot HiurU' DiMg Stoi.
Phono 87. Biiidauoa Phoa4 21
Old Lpa Ml building 8 Oak Stfe
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Shook, L. B. Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 45, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 24, 1904, newspaper, August 24, 1904; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth334700/m1/4/: accessed March 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.