Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 111, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1905 Page: 1 of 4
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ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2 905.
W A. & W
LANDS FOR SkLE:
Ex-Governor Hogg Iwfrovcs
Governor Hoeer is rapidly re
We now have tho Rbbinaon ranch on the river jaortWoafc from covering and fcaininfc. . strength
Merkel bloeked int6 bmall tradls' and withiri'tho iet ten days wo daily. Ho is more cheerful than
have sold about $80000.00 worth of it. About BfiOO acres left. ' ho haa been and delights to dia-
S?f fJtS??! one Cth oa8h balan00 in'tenyok-nl tfme if desired. OUBamattor8 with tn088 who ae
.... vou uuu oiuun. u ua.m yuyuiuuii jju your w xiuw j-uu i
want a piece of this land.
The Tom Cross ronoh. 15 nailes south of ' Abilene'V te ovr blooked
: into small traots and for sal'o on small cash paymen fat amd balanoe
oryten years time if desired.
A We'stiU have over 20u6laore81foi' sale at Sylvester on4ho.dinentR.
R. in Fisher oounty $2 per aore oash and balanoe cn tea years
ttraie. Cars up there are now running.
'About 2400 aores of the OgJlevy land 13 miles south Uf Baoft.! in
'Callahan county on Pecan Bayou for sale the same' wray:
"Then we have several small improved farms whioh gea for ofl
fourth cash and the balanoe on ten years time.
we nave'been here long enough to oertainly kndw' our fousiness.fc
y..v o auu.il viiooo m- guua aanas ana reoommena menv w you ub
s uoh. You will make no mi'stake if you buy them. If yqu are a
gcod average farmer you can raise crops enough on " these lands
o.i Jr jr"" w wnsb iud paywuuis ami uye ana improyo ghuuuuh.
TTf 1. v'n .-. .am4 !.... m . t li. i
$i?7" v juu iOUI' ymwuyuu oan Duy jana tnis wayr
We i tfao have plenty of 8 per' cent money to lend- on land.fr so Jet
take p the. notes against your laiad and give you longer 'time.
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C OMPERE BROTHERS
Land Dealers and' Money Lenders.
ED. S. hlWlflS President.
J. JH. CU.WIINQHAiJl Vlce'Prcaldcnt.
HENRY JAMES; Cashier;
W. R. KEEDLE Assi. Cashier
FARMERS and MERCHANTS; NATIONAL BANK
permitted to oall at his room.
The attending pbysioians do not
know when the governor will be
able to leave the oity but it . is.
learned that hd expects to be in
5hapof o Start for ' his plantation
during next wook. The governor
also has a desire to take in the
State Fair before it doses v andl
may do so but this has not been
definitely settled. Fort Worth-
Toiegram WedhesdayNov. 1st
l J S. Ikpartmeat of Agrlcultare.
jather. Bureau AbileneTex-
as 1&W 2 1905.
Maxi'emp. 61; Min. Temp.
53; Me'an Temp. &t; uxoess
or Deficoowjy 3; Ereoxpita.-
' Forecast fftftthe hours end-
ing 8 p. m. tomorrow:: . v
;' For1 Past Te.tas Qith-0"
night: Scattred ahowecsAw:avr.m-
or except iii extreme weBtporxqin
Capital and Surplus
.BILENE.'i ' -
Friday: FaJr- .colder in wfl-Stl
portion showers am eaar portiq.
For East Txaa' ;S6uth To"
night- arid Fridays .Scattered
bowers colder Friday-
For West Texas "Noibi:: To-
ht: 3howew colder- iFri
and sec oraf CO sliidi- if you lyish to taik
oyer.tho cfetaiiTcs- concerning the financial
Etanding-of th bank and its 'equip
ments to handfe y. our business in a sat
isfactory mamir We solicit both
small and largo acci Hints.
jTHE citizens1 rational bank
.; Joe P. Garrison G L. Paxton
I T?ni West Texas South
o. ii 'air oolder.
' j u . Watson Observer.
DirtECTORS:. "W H. Eddleman QeoAh.
' . Paxtob W. G.wensonj C. P. .Warren
P. E. Hayno's. J .M'. 'Wag8tafffp. "
.Morrison"? ii. Hanunook G..Parks.
and North S
h. r; .
most boautiful Roim
The location. is a Tt8k
Nugent Tex. Oct. 31. With
sorrowing hearts wo announoq
the death of our esteemed neigh-
bor and townsman W. E. Mo-
Camaht on the 24th inst.
Patient.and resigned in. his
long;8uffering ho was relieved by
the death angel last Tuesday evo
at 8 p. m
Wb feel that in his death' tho
oommunity has lost one of its
most prominent and honored
memtjere and bis f arnica loving
husband and father.
He was buried .at the Phantom
Hill cemetery where Rev. J. D.
'Kennedy preaonod Ais lunerai to.
a large crowd of f riendsand rel-
Wefully realize yrhatwe have
lost and6an bnly bow with meek
ness and submission to this dis
pensatioUj pf 4 divine . providence.
T To the bereaved ones we tpn-'
der' our heartfelt ;sympathies.
' A Friend.
f ft (
"W. M. LAcy President.
J. O. Rossell. Cashier.
' I .s-HtWl. rfil llllM. U li
J. M R adfoRD Vieo Presi"
W. E. NIorton Asst- CasTii'eri
COMMERCIAL . NAiflOMDBANftJ
OP ABILEfE -TEXA
Paid in Capital - - $7'56o0.6o
Wo solicit yoyr business and can loanycu any amount of money irom $100
to $7600 at 10 per cent;.
A Vt'k'V S
W. M. INGLE;
The Chestnut St Grocer. -
BOTH PHOl.vIEa 180.
ft All III WINTER?
Don't delay "about putiM; ? up your stdves
and don't delay about be ivimr then?. Vhi-'
naal vah. .Jt ' .- i i
"ou uijb vi uur t
t i d a a I He a t i us.
It I A Perfect Gein.
If A a4nva i.a ieuui. u-i . ' "
. -t--w w .T4.U auyaf iiihi wnen- you
want that kind or a Javgp volume of hwlt
by opnlBf th draft d ; :" t
S it MM fct ktf W Wtit
r Rbberts' new
lidenoe on Hickory'
cond is complete
beautiful home of
. - U11n 1i.r.m
Alnvon r.hm ' ro "tt1B ""6"'
' t ln s4-a nnil
tfie. best and
s in our city
i rninrn ii n
one ali3b.4 We ootfj&a ..
arid Mrs. Roberts up&tf B-S-PUH
session. ' " l
j' --. i . 1. vhereJ
jvuubun a i nisiag oiar wer.
i.u. j .. ' d a
iiio wbuk ana eaon reuvs
residence from our fellow cftiv
E. A. Sm ith on Eim street. i?
the soutM ward sohpol build.
and will ;move their families h 9& V
aoout xne aotn mst. Mr. Wh. iV
haB a son; in Simmons Colleg '.
now and. one oif two others to en
ter the school as soon as thev
can get here.
J. H. Reddell of Stith was in
our pffiae a few minutes one day
this week. We hone to see' him
In nemory of our dear mother
Mr8.N. J. Butlerswho departed
.this life March 2 lobs.
jQne preoibus1 to our heart is
A vVqfa.B fplved is- stilled
We ikqqwefsdpher Heaven-
We soon jin iH.e.avvop'mayfknpwf'
jiff ayen b.qiB.ftU.nftUap-
Pjyibe Wlmfi (EWin npWWjfow.
'Tish.?ffdto.breftk e in.der
W.henlQye b.a.B .qud ve ifiqajt
Tis hard so ftard .ty jipQftke
' word '
We must forever .pa(.
Again we hope fo WAet wth
When. life's Bad day has fled
In heaven -with joy without
Where farewell tears aren't shed
Through all her pains at times
A smile of Heavenly birth
And when the Angels called
She smiled farewell to earth
We miss her kind willing hand
j20i " ready to do her share
n6 miss her in our little home
We mk 1S her everywhere
-Writte) x by hor vinB children
Habit For Lass.
a v e Y o tt
S E7K H-
The pretty now goods' wo 'have
on display in our show window?
Our fall stock of Chinaware and
Glassware is arrivincr dailv.
Oome and see the
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; .. . FOR OUR
Sp c c ial Sale
Thy ar ltttl WauUm
f KL E-A(0ttv
M Will UJk
ation of Women's
let at the Library
IZ av aftvrioon at 4:30.
ta. ) eieon oiucera
for the oomS arne8tly ro.
mebabew are m. ' and tako
quested to be pi -torthatitis
part. Plea e remt ft eouttye
not a meetin g of th jpedora-
Doara out oi. wi '"u
Hon of Clubs and there
ery club worn an in tow-
i Mrs Walter T. Thompson.
Prski At Federation.
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SAVE YOUR MONEY.
HERE IS THE WAY.
30 Lots to go at $75.00 eaoh on the follwing liberal
.terms; $1.00 down and $1.00 per week thereafter Until
paid without interest.
To the man on a salary this beatB a Savings Bank your
dollar will neither be missed nor lost. Own a lot -it always
has a value it is good collateral and you won't spend it.
Those Lots will be sold at prioo. First bomb first served.
Don't wait a day. Call or phone and see our plan.
WILL STITH & GO.
1 FZmTLmtSZi BttV
1 WfJr B?T i'PB.BBlMI
And we will1
give yot your
with every par-chase.
(VA U.CA. I Ul w
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ents anoj Ladles Preferred
12 dozen Cane Chairs.
12 dozen Bod Springs
12 dozen IronBoda.
12 dozen Booking Chairs
12 dozen Bugs.
12 dozen Window Shades.
12 dozen Chair Seats.
12 dozen Matresses.
12 dozen Pioture Frames.
12 doen Window Glasses
12 dbjjon Mirrors.
12 dozen Tables.
jj.2 New'Homo Sew. Maoh'a.
ji2 Folding Bods. '
12 Kitchen Tables.
12 Bod Boom Suites.
12 Boy Wagons
12 Hat Racks. .
12 Baby Carriages.
12 paper Baoks.
2 Gents and Laes to gay tb? Alpove gjl(.
I. A. GRIFFITH
THE NEW FURNITURE MAN
WWWWWII.JIII) Jl..Ull.l..l.MJI!!.l!.l ".UJJ
Msek Smith Um i moved baric i
from Merkel asdlK as a position
with J W. Evansu
IS OUR SPECIALTY
ONJLY FIRST OLA83 GOODS
D R. Wall & Company
'Some Bms Derived Fr 0ur cciden and Heallh lnsurance'
Pavmenfc of nrie!nal 1 Bum if Insured Is killed;
WeklyindBmliyffW all lUnwB8-uo oxceptlons 'artJt-4enl8.
SurgeoM' fo 1 sdafc Hon to wooklr indemnity wr TOBUtk.e and Weokly indemnity in addition
Wberal priMipi tju (or paralysis 1 nsan.Ity and si l9(ideatf or diaabllng injurios inflicted by another J
Payment of th prtneif l sum or week ly Indemnity l lMJl iQ m Assured after he meets with an aecldentj
A policy with oreri4 Ions no fina p;rint eondiuons aJ raakeg hU p0noy payable to his awth-
ThesawipolioyiRrei he benfioiary--To Uluslratqi wjoe aurgeoas feoa If the benefieiary is lnr4
r.viifaocothwptkatiworbwwioiary the ojntnieti m ipy i killed wWletraveUng;
Wle Uuvelt w V9 ' ReU ' um lf h ?. Wd osultlnf in death or low of feet or hands or
WrJtterieUlldMas U wy MW of tte Awured U ln w iro fjo.00 for a ohiW aaed one yr to
bhaWM-wfoo liberal tawlBi ib 0hUd. Fortbelpasof oMiwadorow ft
one-kalf 04 hf etoy w4 Its is payable 1 . lnorwd ooat qt prmlum.
All of theM n.4 IfeaalLi. r( uranUd In h POUoy are. WWW .. tullVi
-nvr. -kt.. J Jm it kfihaw vou Kin pl pollaw ML!:
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Shook, L. B. Abilene Daily Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 111, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1905, newspaper, November 2, 1905; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth334880/m1/1/: accessed September 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.