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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 March 1911

CUNNINGHAM IS BACK .FROM STATE CAPITAL spent Month tit Austin In Interest of lillono Normnl Hill; Feds Confident. (WEDNESDAY) W .1 Cunningham roturned over tho Texas & Pacific yoB(orday afternoon fipm untln where ho spent i mouth in- the Interest of tho Ahllcno normal The normal hill Is sUll pending In t' Senhte" said Mr Cunningham the only tiling necessnry Is to get It It ore tlio body. Although I look for dose vote I nm confident tho Senate will finally lmfiH tho House hill locating tho Institution nt Abilene. Wednesday and Thursday arc House bill days hi . Senate. No other bills will bo con tldrrfd Our4 bill may bo readied. Opponents Still Vigilant. "AMIeno's opponents aro afill vigi- lant This city 1b up against a solid combination. Every town In West Tex- as is fighting us but we arc far from don lied. I feel confident the Senate will vote favorably for us." No 1'iirly Adjournment. Mr Cunningham does not look for an early adjournment. II0 looks for tV Legislature to be lif ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 March 1911

PAGE SIX li' 15he Clay Industry By W. H. Wright Not manymlles Bouthwest of tho ed the nttontlon of paint oxpcUs is city of Abilene llo great beds of Vl- found lii nlniost inexhaustible qunntl- tmble clny vliTT Imvo attracted the tics sonio 10 miles southwest of Abl- oyes of manufacturers of paint nnd lcno which If properly worked and wihu hi a iow yearn win no accOBsiuie nrrorded transportation means would credentials than n verdict of 'not gull- to development nnd bo the moans of prove a bonanza to amy great paint '' by a divided court. When it is tfvfltialflW f Yin lnrt trifrt li.l ..t. .!.... i it . . ....... .l . i i. J i i Mr. Lorlmcr Is one of the last of his olaBa and will soon pass from public I view. The article in part is" as fol- llows: I "Lorlmor holds his scat by a voto that damns him and if ho had any scnsltivonoss on tho subject of offi- cial honor ho would not be content to associate dally with nun who have Voted to expel him Membership in the Sendto ought to require...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 March 1911

r t&Fv; V" nt f AGE SEVEN v Who Get the Vrofit n K us is city Journal. Jt hns been Insisted by Bomo ot l- who nfo honestly concornca tho high cost of living that tho list and most direct way of do- t Miunlng whether the cost or rood nnr (i .1 accumulates is to go to tho . imtlar product until it roaches tho f.'jMimi'r. In this manner it would possible tp place the blamo Tor .; i-asonalilo profits. Within the fwf Jew Weeks this suggestion has lnii;lit rorth BOme Intoroutlng coninni titrations from iho farmers and small .-. r.K'epers In tho country towns 'i dozen; dtviaod betwoen tho com- mission merchant and tho retail gro- cer 8 cents a dozen ; cost to the con- sumer 20 cunts t dozen. De are not ot course prepared to verify this state monU it may ho Inaccurate nut the fact stems to. ho that tho farmers co hot got for their eggs more than about hull tho price tho consumer pays. If this condition prevails in the marketing of eggs Jt must also exist In varying degrees in tho matter...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 March 1911

A PAGE TWELVE Beautiful Silk Petticoats JiiBt received in the tev and popu- Ihr colorings Persian effects In assorted shndos new gray stripes solid colors and black. . The lustrous silks of which those garments are mndc In un- mistakably rich and will give the host1 of service The flouncos are very handsome and effec- tive Iti various plqnted and frill- ed designs Stylo quality and workmanship perfect. Specially priced for tomor row and Saturday's selling at . .$2 88- "Kfcvo fiass a SximsYA$T? vices These waists represent a special purchase made from one of the best manufacturers. They gome In lingerie and tailored styles in the newest 1911 effects. Very dainty and waarable. LINGERIE WAIST The fiont back and sleeves made of an alienor tucked lingerie. The sleeves collar and front trimmed with combination cluny and now laoes New Kimona sleeve. A loader (M r( .at 7T ipl 3u EMBROIDERY WAIST Strictly ullover em- broidery front buck and sleeves' everything embroidered. A trimmed yoke of ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 March 1911

x ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER 10LCMEXXXI ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY MARCH 1J 101 L NUMBER S&. REBELS CAPTURE NAVAJOA SONORA it 1 1 up n as orTjsm!EUEiimivEN I HUM TOWN; INSURRECTOS LOST ONE KILLED. BUNCO NEAR DOUGLAS ML. jldiel l.i'juliT Planning Eurly Attack; rcdirnls Routed at CmmIssarlo (Jin. Unrein Is Captured Daringly Escapes. 13 bsoclated PrcBS. t-L. PASO March 13 Special tele j. ans received today say tho town of iwooa i the state of Sonora Is in it nands of the rebels. A Btrong in- j c (o band advanced on tho plac Saturday round it virtually unprotect- . 3 tnd Immediately attacked. They y.tiiumbered the federals and succeed- ed after hrlon resistance in driving tic di fenders out qt the city and cap- iM)in git. The rebels lost but one h i J in making tho capture. Ciitiuncn Not in hunger. ( atlunea the most important point in Sonora is 'not considered in dan- t r The rcuerai garrison is Birong- ) intrenched and prepared to resist attack. I VRLY RATTLE LOOKED FOR. Insiirrccto ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 March 1911

aota TWf 8 J. 31. RADFORD Frosddent J. .V. Itndfonl (JrOcCrj Co. BANQUET TO EMPLOYES RADFORD GROCERY GO. Magnificent Spread in Djning lloom Hotel Graco Suturdoy Evening. (SUNDAY) Tho annual banquet of the J. M. Itadford Grocery Company was given at tho Grace hotel Saturday evening March lltb and was truly one of the jnofit magnificent affairs ever tendered a body of men in this section of tho state. Covers were laid for about 100 and the table was beautifully deco- Tated with smilax alid lovely -ed car- nations were tendered each guest as souvenirs. Music was furnished by an orchestra and added much to the pleasure of the evening it was a Jolly crowd of Jolly good fellows that as- sembled at the banquet tabje to feast on one of the best served and most splendidly planned meals tho writer toas had the pleasure or partaking of following is the menu: Consomme Princesse Salted Nuts Celery Sweet Pickle iMllets of Trout Fried Tartare Sauco Boasted Stuffed Turkey Cranberrv i Vienna Loaf Sa...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 March 1911

ktfJKTMl GOLQUITT VETOES E TROOPS Report to tho Comptroller of tho CnrrcHcy (Condensed) of (ho Condition of Farmers & Merchants National BanK (01KIOK PUTS FOOT DOWN ON !f-WIOa EXPENSE FUND FOH ATTORNEY GENERAL GEN WOOD DENIES RUMOR THAT WAR DEPARTMTNT PLANS AIUIY ADDITIONS. OF ABILENE TEXAS At the Close of Business March 7 1911 NQ MOB APPROPRIAI1QN ORDERED GALLS IT POLITICAL BILL Mijs Amllnble Fund of $1200 is Quito Jjiough for Mr. Llghtfool'g Dc'. pnrlmentj Accusos Clubs of Violating 1mm U'STIN March 11. Gov. Colquitt I'An morning sent to the Legislature a message and a veto for an appro- bation of twenty five thousand dol- lars to bo used by Attorney General Uuhtfoot's dopurtmofit Tbo bill re- ntly passed tbo Senuto and was sent up to the Governor who lost no time n vetoing it. Plenty of Mono) on Himd Colquitt in bis veto messnge con- u liiled that the object of the bill was I uroly political He pointed out that itiout twelve thousand dollars is now unliable for the Attorney G...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 March 1911

IUIHiaHW IWHiJimHJui'BBMri.iMWiU;1iji1iM ...n.ijjij TjTTfWiMWpwl TAGZ F0UX n K AHLENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER SUBSCRIPTION RATES) jrr . ;MmUh .91.00 . .60 erroneous reflection upon ih characterstandlng or itiOD of any person firm or corporation which may it In 'the columns of The Reporter will bo gladly cor rected upon its being brought to the attention of the firm AU1LKNJ3 AM THE XOltMAL. TELEPHONES: h ami Circulation S. V. G-7; Roberts G-7Ono Ring Editorial Office Roberts 151. V tared ag second claBa mall at Abilene Teas October 14 1908. Ablleno Is still on 'tlio map known better and father than ever before and not oven slightly disfigured. Ablleno niado a great fight for the location of a new Normal a thing she had a perfect right to do The two things Abilene needs to do most of all alt this time is to get tho new buildings for Cooper Training School and Simmons College In course of erection. ( ' . Col. Roosevelt's special train "will pass through leno some tlmo during tho afternooi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 March 1911

vuik rmt EATS 0TARI1STS Some Notable Achievements In Eleventh Hour work. ONE OF LANDSEER'S SPURTS. MiiriirniilUG tho Great Paintor Th. ..-. ' y ' . . --... lj-i. a i. Produc . . C tea In row nour ntmorK- able Records Mado by Somo of tho Famous Masters of Music. Home astoiiiiclins feats lu eleventh Iwur work especially in tho niUBlcnl and artistic branches hnve beou aililcvcil by tbo Krcnt artists of the world. $r iMwin Lnndseer had promised a future f' l-ii I"1"B exhibition of lt. itrltlHli Institution In 18-10 but on tin1 day before the exhibition was to In. ruined all the hanging committee hail revived was an empty frame w'li 'i was duly huhg In the position ii I -nor s tin1 prospect of receiving n ilc- tllfo f. ;' the frame seemed to the com nuf.' ' lu slight a member thereof u i it so" the artist. He found j ' v lading In frotit of a bare t. r " "Tli t tho picture 1 promised" said )! . u.t mi. ii pointing to the canvas. I ji m not touched II yet but I will .-til " V tlio Institu...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 March 1911

TAGE SIX o - The South' s Greatest Newspapers a The Semi -Weekly Record i (tr FORT WORTH TEXAS 7ir?e Semi-Weekly Reporter 1 L' ABILENE TEXAS In Addition to Subscribing for your Home Paper which you Cannot well Afford to be With- out you Must Have a high-class General Newspaper As a trustworthy family paper The Semi-Weekly Fort Worth Record has no superior It isn t for any limited set of people; it's for every member of every family. If you don t find something of interest in a particular issue-well the editor looks on that is- sue as a failure. In addition to printing all the news of the day in concise form The ? J Tas Scial f eatures f or ea( member of the family. The remarkable growth of The Record is the best evidence of its merits. By subscribing through this office you can get The Fort Worth Semi-Weekly Record -together with The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter both papers one year for only $1.75 and a 6-page wall map will be included free. . Think of it. Two Semi-Weekly newspapers...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 March 1911

x MOM TRIALS BEGJN IK ITALY ii um HOVKiixareNT will tut W iiltKAK UP SECRET AND MIFAlUOUS LEAGUE RELIES ON SINGLE WITNESS t.cncrro Abbntciiiiigglo Is Expected to Illsclosc Secrets of Comorrnhts; (.'nut Crouds from World's Corners to Attend. v sor luted 1'1'CBB " v MlUtHO Italy March II. All tho . i i pioplo aro greatly exercised uti tfn trials of forty one members of the Neapolitan Camorra which be- h i udn. Tho GanOrra Is charged O terrorized all Italy for years until tho government finally became . h d lei break up Its membership and drito It from -existence. Ilrnnclies in U. S. The Camorra has extensive branches i . the world. Tho famous Black jl i d Society Is said to he an uffilint- 4 trMlilzatiou. It Is charged that U"if Petrosina the Italian detective as murdered In New York by nlem- rr of the Black Hand Soclefv I (fiirlrixiiir in Old Church. Th courtroom which Jb In n old (ji ir n is made in the form of a cross. !nm arm of the cross the prison- er .o confined In a big Iron c...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 March 1911

H r . 8 rujf f..ir Sw. a&W Sutos awi Dresses TWWuev axviiTDvess 3Vccessones va "RcaAoBaT AepaTlm'iTvX vs fast ViWt$ tmttv w&xd appard far SpTuvty x& "KtvWWx pa-rtuvcrtA vs TccavvA Us svarc o ttia ucxd CaVs aua evjcra comd syc coAutc is TepvcsoTvVca vw Wvcsc coWactvotvs. L.1 - aies'' TiaWoveA Sxvs Tailored Suits have been one elf the strongest features of our ready-to-wear' departments and never before have wo shown garments of such stylo nnd taste as we are showing this season. Every new feature from the materials tx the work- manship Is Btrougly In evidence. -We too showing suits in wnue serges wnite Btripo serges shepherd checks new grays made in the season's best styles; necessary to pay a high price to sut. A choice collection of styles AW "JDass A now lino or pretty Tailored wnistB the kind that have snap and style. The fitting qualities of these walstB make them po- pular. The prices are not high cither for you can secure a pretty waist from $1.50 to $3.00. Wo aro ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 March 1911

REPORTED ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY i H)LOMEXXXf AWLENE (TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 17 1011. NUMHEK . mm trys 10 FIND T 0 iHIJl'AKV MANEUVERING AT SAN WTONIO GIVEN NEW AM) CNEXFTCTED TURN ttttttftKKRaacfaaao n K nvnv HOTEL HURNS. COLQUITT'S REGOMMENDATIONJ (ou'rn"r Tilings Tcxns Officers Mnlc hit: AllHi(I(n Should bo Given Turn of Dulj i Tcxuns Favor 11111 In Congress. 1H Associated PreBB. SAN ANTONIO Martin 10 A'com- ) u of Infantry 6n maneuvering bent -sunt but several nillea from camp to- ili and sought cover. a:t::tary nero- jiliins acting on scout duty will tr ( locate tho hidden command and duiji dummy bombs Into tho midst of tu" soldiers. One of the stipulations is that tho aeroplanes must bo nt an altitude reasonably protecting them from rifle halls below. The aeroplane tests will be one of. the features of tho maneuvering drills. 11 sides the test already alluded to in attempt wUl be made to induce n tinnler-than-alr machine to carry the operator a BPldler with fWd glass and a quantity of...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 March 1911

fAM 1'WO ABILENE SEMI-WLKLYllKIull SUBSCRIPTION BATES) MsaUu .$1.00 . .60 'jh. .rtoueous roilectloa upon mo euaracterstandlng or station of any povsun firm or corporation which may par in tho columns of Tho Reporter will bo gladly cor wwtod upon Ua being brought to tho attention of the firm. TELEPHONES: " IwUeH an Circulation S. W. 6-7j Roberts G-7tOno Ring Editorial Offlce. Roberts 151. s&Sn mmMim-- itered aB second class mall at Abilene Teas October 14 1908. 1 Remember Ablleno haB gas electric power sewerage city water In abundance flno public schools two col- leges a training school for boys ana the finest church buildings In tho West. 1 Tho determination of Diaz to adopt tho severest of measures to end tho rebellion and tho fact that tho United States will see that tho rebels of Mexico got 1 ao help from this sido will likely cause somo sure enough i -warfare in Mexico. I Ablleno peoplo enjoyed seeing and hearing Colonel h I Roosevelt speak if It wa8 only a very short speech...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 March 1911

tUWBT REBELS RUE OK T JU'LLETS FROM INSUHUECTO GUNS PATTER ABOUT STREETS OF ANDHADK TO WEB CAL. NEUTRALITY LAW ENFORCED Alleged Secret Scrvlco Agent Arrested ill Englo Pass for Toting Can; MHdcro'n Army Itcportca Marching South By A3sC.clatod Press.. CALEXICO CAL. March 15. Firing from the American sldo of the Inter- national border Mexican customs offi cials at Ugodonca sent a volley of rifle balls. into a band of InsurrcctOB who lined tho hills' near the border and taunted their enemies to. come over and 'fight. . llnllcls Fall in American Town When tho customs officials .fired on the rebels the volley was immediately returned and for ten. minutes tho aceno was enlivened by tho steady popping of rifles. Some of tho balls from the rebels' guns fell over Into tho American town of Andrado nnd the people scuttled for safety. No injuries were reported. Biltt'c Early Expected. ISat'tlc between federals and rebels In Lower California is expected to transpire ' this week. Tho rebels have ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 March 1911

f AGI FOUR - i ti i :!l id i it I'.l I I).' i u $300000 BLAZE AT FORT WORTH TODAY 1000 Head of Livestock in Packing House District Burned to Death; Many Blooded Animals Lost 7ERY LARGE DISTRICT THREATENED Horse and Mule Barns Leading to Property of Swift & Company Swept by Flames; Four Men Badly Burned; Origin of Fire Not Definitely Settled. ' ' . . . .. j : ' . . ".'? "''V ;; S ' - " -.'' ; -;. J .'" Ui.is . . . '- ?V. '- ' '.'.'' ' ' . ' ' . 1 ' '' Tr Associated Press. ' '. . ' ' ''.'' FORT WORTH TEX. March 14. Upwards of one thousand head of live- stock Avoer burned to deat-h this morning in a fire which sWepti all liprso-and mulo barns on the south side of Exchange axenuo from the new Exchange building on Marine creek to the packing house of .Swift & Company. The bos and sheep Bheds just west of Swift & Company's plant was also swept clean by tho flames. . LOSS WILL PROBABLY REACH $300000. At this time it is Impossible to ac curately "place tho firo loss but a con- s...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 March 1911

rAj mto ROOSEVELT MADE A DECIDED HIT (Continued from pago one) BMLEYYSHEILUSIl MAKE NO EXPLANATION Texan Denounces Illinois Subpocun nt Tlcco of Petty l'olltlcs." CRIMINAL ASSAOLTiCASEa B IN DISTRIGTHGOURT throupli the practice Of Uio great fun- damental principles of civilization or dcr ami justice." (Chpors). Idea of n Real Soldier. jn the war I would not havo had In m regiment a man who cared who tr what his bunkey was so long as be did the trick. "When tho fight enrao jou did not want to have to look over your shoulder to sec If ho was still there. We wanted a mhn who would stay put. If ho did that thero was no concern as to what ho did in pri- ate life." How to Rear Children. "A hoy Is not worth his salt who cannot go out In tho world and hold bis pwn. It Is a poor mother who brl'iKB up her hoy nB a softllng as a moll -coddle. Tho same Is true vt girls Don't bring tip a boy so that you take pleasuro In him only when b te'nwhy from "homo. Don't bring ut the girls so that they sl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 March 1911

rAOE six :J H v ft ;i It? -E A1 ' Court of Criminal Aphcnls. Al'STINf Tax. March 1G- Tub fol- lowing proceedings wore lmd In the court of criminal appeals today: . I Affirmed: Tom Johnson from Pal- las county; Ed Watklns alias Ed lo- gins from El Paso county Godloi Wheeler from Grimes county; Dan Squires from Mil county; Albert Tay- lor from Liberty county; Hugh White-' head from Parker county; Bunk Aus-' tin from Morris comity; Adolph Muel-' ler .from Stephens county. I Reversed nnd remanded: J. 'It Best.i fi'ntn Tlnvlnt unimli" V f Plnwlf rmn. I Bexar county; Henry Moray (two cobcs) from Hill county; Alice Pox from Jackson county; Joe Splllcr from Liberty county. Reversed and dismissed: E. S Mor- ford from Potter county; Dutch Hen- ry from Potter county Motion for rehearing overruled; Tom Treadway from Nacogdoches county; Jim Gross from Ellis county: T. S. Camp from Johnson county; Ii Smith from Wood county. Submitted on brief ontl oral argu- ment for both: Marshall Jordan from Ta...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 March 1911

PAGE SEm PAVEMENT PARAGRAPHS Picked Up anji Put in Print by a Reporter Pencil' Pusher S V. Adcock merchant at Hawloy w.i. in Abllono on business Mon- I W.'Pattcrson living on Elm nqrth ta-t of tpwn is biking In tho Panther c Kj Tat Stock show this week. Ah". J. M. Dailghorty of Tyo says bIjo liaa -'00 ncres in Johnson ' grass tfi.it is putting on about two inches of growth every 24 hourB W. Ut Bcrryhill spent two days at Nugent iooking after his farm near tjuie. "Farmers have their land in aMU-pId order for planting and un- less old borcaa be'ats down on them rtilhin tho next week or so there'll bo flinty or fruit for homo purposes" sajs ho. Mm Cox of Dciidmau and John ILmdolph of Abilene are helping to swell the big crowd at the Fat Stock .!- in Fort Worth this -week . I) Harrison living throe miles Ids' 8ido of Hawloy was in Abllone Wednesday on business.' "Don't want any better crop prospects than we Lu' now" said he. Frank Heller of Cedar Gal) after Afng in tho Fort Worth Fat St...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 March 1911

Pkiir i.KT - I I'" I fyi : . "1 ''. ' ! i. E-. ;s I- I: itt Vs i j bi TTT A if S Ke ' m " adlcr H M I ! Mill I UHNl ' I ws . m jpf tp I jK'- j K Jmt .a j i -ar r i !2r"s V JT. . jC jfffi- owe T. SVltVs r mmwvse SaU o$ T&ew1s .eve "Sota &w& Sauv 2xo &rea&K.T& Sie;daVs &c awdt 63c s. "We have secured from it large manufacturer at a bargain . price theirsur'plUs stock" of. men's percal and madras shirts in light and medium colors stripes chocks and figures. All sizes included in the collection from 14 to IS. All new patterns aud: perfect goods no sample or seconds in the lot. Men who arc interested in saving iitomy. on their spring furnishings should investigate these unusual offers in sliirts. ' 15c axd $5c SVwrtsV $z New bright patterns in percales negligee style with attached cuffs: sliirts worth to 85c 'on sale tomorrow at lQp . choice'for .. . Tub $1.00 -audi U5Swrts6Sc . Percale and madras shirts attached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms all...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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