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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 19 April 1910

Clothes For Men Who Care Men who figure the outcome of every Investment who weigh every feature of any proposition are the men who are interested in good clothes. Realizing that clothes mean more than covering such men are careful to use the same common sense and business sagacity in clothes buying that characterizes them in all other lines. Our suits wili appeal to all such men. . . "1 mjlljffftf'l sP?i'JS?REBBMSSSBBBBW)T vim Clothes That Cost More Our Men's Suits cost more tlinn irtuny now cost mpro to begin with but less nt tVo wlnjMip. can bo built to look good if the s I i for a wenrlng or two but a S'fison's so forent Btory offered the trade Even a cheap suit niako a fair appearance. -r ... ... a sun. is qiuireiy Kuppenheimer when they are v from BtrlctlyiHr fom cli oyer the and bestTpald taflorB In t. enougll to lpfpfr when thoy'ro new all the tlmarflfftween. They aro mado thB propoj sponged and shrunk Bhapcd nlngSafffld finished by hand by the cleverest ountry. Fit Style and...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 19 April 1910

" '1 iTlJtfMl Wi.ilfii.'MIVrtMMW'WtiMfriMlll Hll Mil l lull Mil wmMMm. MlwAiNiMMW IMUKjIX nnm i u Vi The Badge of Honesty Is on every wrapper of Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discov- ery because a full list of ingredients composing it is printed there in plain English. More than forty years otcxpcricncc has proven its superior Worth as a brood-purifier and invigorating tonic for the cure of stomach disorders and all liver ills. It builds. Up the run-ciown syoicm as no ouicr ionic chh hi wmui .uiuuui ia uatu. The active medicinal principles or native roots sucn as uoiacrtj; SeaL and Ctaccn's root btone root and ManciraKe root uiooorooir ' . . ..' . ' .A and BlacklCJicrrybark are extracted and preserved by the usj cncmicany-pure triRic-rcnnea giyccnne. oenu to ur. k. v x'icrce at ruiraiof n. "$ WHEN NTE RETrflED A3 COMET OBSERVER k- Kcmnrka Miy Lamented Laramie IiHHierl.it Twenty- Ire Years Ago Arc Nw Timely which quotes extracts from well-recognized such as urs. uartnoiow Jtvmg acua...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 19 April 1910

TAGI SEfUX h .v B t viN !'- THE REPORT OF HARRIET MILLS rKdMIXEJiT SUFFKAOIST TELLS OF QUEST OF LEGISLATION IN EMPIRE STATE. MRS. HUGE DUER MILLER FamON NoTdist .Herself a Stiff ragisf Describes Prevailing Conditions At This Time As Tkcy 1VJII Ilo Seen in Eniwrc. nlclnus hs work without ideals. Wc have plenty bf work to do but It is not Hint It Id not thb organizations and the growth of nicmbershlp and the spread of. theories that rnakes mo con fldent of success 'It Is the ExtrttordL hary Bplrit that nnlumtcs the women who nro working for woman's suffrage 7the Boiisd of comradeship and cofli- liiunily among them rich and poor educated and Illiterate old nnd young mothcs nrtd daughters. "A spirit like this promises rucccss but U promises Immediate bucccsb It seems to me bocatiso It Is In harmony with our own times our own people and our own form of government. By Associated Press WASHINGTON April May Mills describes the quest of the suffragists In Now York for legisla- tion for thelt...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 19 April 1910

Jl ' fe --- .... ..WM..!.. iMfiK MtfllT. HOUSE RbPflDVES HEiei OF IEXAS resolution puotestinu pOweii of speaker on ruling is quickly voted down. OHAMP CLARK'S PREDICTION ? - Democratic Lender f the House Stturs That Next House- Will 't He Republican; Forsces Fall of Speaker Cannon. WASHINGTON D. C April IS. Rep rcsentativo Robert L. Henry of Wnoo 11th District' of Texas upon whom In conjunction with Representative Albert S. Burleson of the 10th District has fallen the leudeshlp of the Democratic members of the House In their battle against the regime of Speaker Joseph Q. Cannon of Danville III had a spir- ited sound with the Speaker today over tho question of a quorum. Thla was the third dispute over the same Issue and "Was hotter than aiy of Its prede- cessors. y Henry demanded that the Speaker as crtaln whether or not a quorum was present before reading the House Jour- nal which ho claimed was in Btrict keeping with the rules. Tho Speaker replied with some acrlmbny that. the gentl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 April 1910

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER A VOLUME XXX. AMLKNE. Xfi&lS VttttMl APRIL fc R10. NUMPKR 39. 1 FR IS IN HIS DOORWAY TRAGEDY IN EASTLAND COUNTY AX KOfoOMO FOSTOFFICE STIRS UP PEOPLE. SLAYER MAKES HIS ESCAPE After Firing Fatal Shot From Sccuro Flaco of Concealment Person Who Did Shooting Melts Into the Darkness. Special to The Reporter. EASTLAND April 20 The people ot thoKokomo community and through out all Enstland county are greatly stirred up today over tho killing of Fink Brotigbtoh. a young farmer thirty years of age by an unknown party. nrnnchton lived at Kokomo near Eastland Last night a party came to Ills front gate presumably In a ve hicle and called him. Broughton not suspecting trouble of any nature as the facts have shown readily opened his door and Btbod In the lighted door- way. immediately a sbot rang out. Broughton fell to the .floor dying and a few minutes later expired in the meantime the unknown man made his escape in tho darkness. When the officers were noti...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 April 1910

$ W(WinV1"S.i.m WWW!IWMif ''r(IW'iiBWfWW'WWI(WF tiiUiMyjwMiyiiiwwiJs wfJt mmmwmju4tm TF TWO A I SUSTAINING FOOD WAS HID M Y t f t MONEY TO LOAN IsDDDIAE'C ! WITH DUE POMP T T f T T f t t T t If 111 I 111 vE V On Improved Farms and Ranches. Resident Inspector Enables ! FORMAL CIHtlSTKNING OF MUST WtESHl'TEIUAtf CHDKCH AT KAMI) 1IKM) MONDAY. LCRAIN Us to make Immediate Inspections X 1 i i vi I 1 I FOOD 124 It is a perfect food for any person as it contains all the elements of Wwlich the body is composed. Made from WHEAT OATS RICE ad BARLEY it provides material for growth. Its tendency is laxative consequently useful in cases of constipation. Upon this food life could Hbc sustained for an indefinite period as it is a food in just the right pro portion to sustain all the life forces of the system. .Ask your Grocer. FULLY Jl THOUSAND PRESENI Abilene Pnsior Delivered the Opening Address nnd Masonic Ldgo of llolrd Had Charge of Beau- tfftil Ceremony. ORDER MARC OF IS MADE PUBLIC GUAM) MARS...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 April 1910

tiv. rifwiar j - i' ir- i""1" !-'; IS?. r e e e -.i9.i0 Every bid Bore 13 nn infected spoton the flesh kc Mxti bvrrtristntifcilmlnrttrcof intnuraJnood itttptlic nLptf One of the principal constituents of blot! ihjRmuii a healing: property. WiieftJR circu ntiotUpitre tins element of Ulei)loodiWlifCri3 of n glptg or st.cky nature pcrtfn UW&inry workjJalhiK nil Sores Wouds&rtid lratiins. It doeffia by sticking or jolrijfthc pfPtS tafcthcr whilciature of 6isavnjloHdifica tWrplncc. rTbr bffjJfiiB propertis frequently ucstroyca uy uflulntionsjjrtlic blood nnd this vital fluid fanl Ksc3 it ngfr to lical but fritatifh and disarfRe to nny open Bore body. ConstaflV it discharges ltii morbid matter into ine.pace m Brauu.y jc -u.r frXy&ST ' AIoSTapdl disegJFgernm in the.systew the retention 01 in. rem .0 . . . CURED OF EATING SORE. Deat Sire: X Wa uufforlnff greatly Croin a eore on my loft roast which bad begun to oat and attlmea doop nhoptlngr paln would paea through it. and tho ul...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 April 1910

mi-viivruiinCnmjtniiimwui mi uiw ..... ..i.i....im ...... . ..... . . ..... ..i .... ... ... . .. ... .;l ' -r J I I J . t ) L ..i..L lWlflMH.lfcHHliHHIHIW'l.llrt MtflWrwWHNMMMMM MmM . .. -) Mi r-N it Abilene Country Farmers 0 What They're Doing Have Done and Can De. : By S. L. N. A Store of White Goods Muslin Underwear Ml If rink Young reports Uio Moro coun- try In flno Bhnpd and Is hopeful of t good ci oi) this year S. E. Adcock was excused from Jury servtco this week on nccount of his vlfo being sick though alio Is Improv formed nn operation on the wounded member whllo ho was here nnd it 1? hoped that there will bo a turn for better. AFTER FEW MOTHS IN CUT NOW ENJOYING COUNTRY LIFE Tli. ttlnlrnmnrn thn nlnnnnr iiIiVrIj Max Andrews was bore this wcekj -of t Abc'no counlry B now 1HVZ " ' :?S resting and enjoying country life at the Mtutljr in in unmiHiiuu v.Wt uw t..w tnmn nf l.fB .Inllchlfir. MVB. C. II. BrlERS rill reside permanently The high winds one day last -week -robbed O D....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 April 1910

'""'" "T Abilene Smi-WeeKIy Farm "Reporter BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY PUBLISHERS Published on Tuesday and Friday of eh week nt 1028 North Second Street Ibllone Texas ' SUBSCRIPTION KATES I puo Year ...... ..?1.00 Jix Months- ......'. BO III I Bill I I IM.M..M..MM.J II HH.II-I.III Any orrondoUs reflection Upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of Tho Abilene Seml-Weokly Farm Reporter will bo gladly corrected upon its being brought to tli o attention of tho firm. "" '" " ' """"" Letters pertaining to business should bo addressed to tho paper or some par- ticular department but not to Individ-' unlB as in their absence their mall will not bo opened. Drafts checks and postolflco or express orders should be made payable to tlto ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. Ill I ! I I ! " ! I Entered ns second class ninil matter February 8 1910 at the post otneo at Abilene Texas-under the act of March the third 1879." PATTERSON DEFENDS PA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 April 1910

IfltiftlX - ti titntvun irl 395 3E3E xasz Vl Match ess Sale of White Goods Under muslins Shirt Waists Embroideries ' Linens and Lawns ". in r OR the past four weeks we have been laboring hard planning this great event and "n5w we announce our readiness to offer you merchandise at prices in the above lines that represent 'the biggest saving of any previous event of this nature. It is the price-making power of this store upon which we wish to place I the greatest emphasis- -that power which enables us to have our prices under all conditions and at all times absolutely right; absolutely the lowest for the quality. 3fisiri!!i Iff? ti Tho Ladles' Home Journal Pattern No. 5206 Snowy White Undermuslin Ladies' Gowns Plain Muslin Hemstitched yoke regular 75c values special for 49c Gowns full size good grade of muslin tucked yoke lace and embroidery trimmed 00 n regular J1.25 values for ..QjU Gowns of fine nainsook dalntlly trimmed with embroidery and fine vallace $2.50 values for ...s $169 S...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 April 1910

m.i. ...jkaw" - vf" - i tal . J- .- l'AdK SKTCKV If you contemplate buying new shirts for the coming summer now is the I. R. FIRST TO hail insurance: ALTHOUGH LATE TO GMT SLKfelV FOHMKlt PRESIDENT IS . KAIILT IUSEH. time to buy them Insure your crop 1 p.ni RnnRFVFiT kiiinippfii "PWMwi wm "' ' " mm ' m"-1 ' M f I aH at l iff . al a x . rtCvwV f v'NJ. TtT r''! K U JJ 1. o J r4-: i im This is ljb Ay rsac mutt v '?& .iiJr SHIRT ; week -;. in our shop. See the display of the new MID-SEASON SHOWING j JL 3 U and more Mingus Bros. & Co. WORK TO START 1MEDIATELI - of tho chock you mnko out Is positive .. . .... ...-.. ... ..i.ii.' proof thnt you linvo paid tho bill. X American jmiiiut jljuccu hi xjmwisii ...w.i -. i- -..i.i- 1'osiiloii When Strange Austrian Hody In Found in ills Prl- vnto Conch. By Associated Press.' returned chock Ib. evidence of payment good In nny court In tho land. Open 'an account with and pay all bills by CHECKS ON THE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK Abilene Texas Thc...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 April 1910

KtrMiyilMii'iutMm.y mmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmm ' i i' I ww: imtitT. Germany's Banking System How the Kaiser's Subjects . Faced the Crisis of 1907 WASHINGTON' April 20 How Del- by 100000000 or eveti 200000000 niany met the crisis of 1907 and how minks the authorized limit til other "alio linB Improved her bunking Iuwb tlmts. to moot future crises wnH.llio subject jn tulg suggestion Dr Wngner adopt or a special Inquiry by nn official Ucr- P(j the proposal made by n practical man commission whose hearings jinve imnker Mr. Arthur Ffschel of Men- been translated and published by the U(880hm & Co. of Berlin Mr. Flscbel National Monetary CommTsBlim. Ti? repressed a preference for abolishing German commission consisted of 24 tnt fXU(i mi nnti for requiring a meinbeiB and wiib a thoroughly reurc- hojj leserve which should always cq Bentatlve body Including leading bank ui one-third of the amount of notes crs merchants liifnded proprietors and wm tlio proviso that If the reserve professors of p...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 26 April 1910

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER Volume x&. ABILENE IKXAS TUESDAY AWHL 28 ifllo. XUMBKIt M COLD WAVE SWEEPS OVER TEXAS AND KILLING FROST BLIGHTS CROPS . . M III BREED TO TRY SIMPLE IK CHALMERS PMlIf BACK FROM IP 1 tL Ut BICHEST WOMAN IBTf AMERICA A new convert to truism if "EASY COME ATflTGO11 DISAPPOINTED IN EDWARD E. II. H. flrccn Son of Mrs. Hcttle is Not Regarded With Favor Bo cause of Ills Decided lore Fr AH Sports. Special to The Reporter: NEW YORK April 23 It became generally known here today that Mrs. Hettlo Green who Is the richest wo. man In the world wealthier even than Mrs. E. H. Harrlmntf has decided to retire from active business and turn over her financial affairs to her daughter Mrs. Matthew Astor WllUs and her hUBband. For many vpiirn Mis. Green has actively manip- k ? "f . . - Mil...... wt li FnMa tilinw1 uiaiea Jier iuuuuuo uu mu " n that she has steadily grown richer yeai1 by year. " Mrs Green's total wealth Is now estimated at fifty million dollars. She Is ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 26 April 1910

l . TWI WlNCi m loadifS SMOKELESS POWDffe SHOTPUnJhELLS Thero arc more "Leader" am "Repeater' than Any other-brand ThjJlr superior st why Por pattern penetration andu unequalled. They hold all Imports ASK YOUR DEALER FOR eriorat andu tan re d shells used jfig Is the reason rmlty they are and trophies. VV brand: tUfit RUK UC.IHU.J. nr wrtct TMH UK MC.UI.S. Jr & fc 3 ACCUSED MEN CONE MS III JAIL HERE HIS OPPONENTS MARSHALL JORDAN SAM GRANT AND BERT CARTER WERE SECRETLY MOVED. OFFICERS FEARED VIOLENCE And Resolu-d to Take no Chances for Safety of Their Prisoners; Rol- atlvcs of Jordnn Visit JHm In Cell. SMITH COUNTS GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE ADDRESSES A SAN ANGELO CROWD. THINKS POINDEXTER MENACE Predicts Downfall of Pro&lbItlun If Johnson County Man Becomes Next Chief Executive of This State. COLQUITT DELIVERS S T DENTON SEVERELY ARRAIGNS MIS OPPON- ENTS IN GUBERNATORIAL RACE. HITS CAMPBELL. CRITICISES PROHIBITIONISTS Declares Political Agitators KcspOHSl- ble for IVohlbltionists...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 26 April 1910

y) 4 tAui rM '$ mv- -. Sffiv." Li -J w ' ' ' t VpO- ltt . aV B" '.fc 5ij' Wr' ' k I'.- A H-- f - :Weak Over-worked Womeii Who arc broken down And made-invalids by the drudgery of never ending household cares and duties 'or by oyer-frcqucnt bearing and nursing of childcrn and many other cares burdens arid strains which tlii weaker sett have to bear arc descrvinpfbf profound syirt- pathy. But while sympathy js commendable what these unfortunate women most need is .i good honest square-deal Restorative Tonic and Strengtlvgiving Nervine and Regulator one compounded and carefully adapted to act- in harmony with woman's peculiar deli- cate ever sensitive organization. . .. ' Who so well fitted to select carefully proportion the ingredients and compound; a remedy for the cure? of these distressing and often pain-wracking weaknesses and derange- ments as the catafcfny'akd thoroughly educated and regularly graduated physician -whu:- J". .i has had a lonaPRnd successful experience m treating ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 26 April 1910

UH&UUffiLX ' - ' - - Saturday April 30 Saturday i i n ii i 1 1 r i ii 1 1 1. 1 i April 30 i ; The Beginning Saturday MAY 7th The dosing va J. IV. BOGAR & COMPANY ' JV Ovalo and Abilene ' f 1 4-?tiU --it l r -( nr- um v. '. -- fc t y i FOR SIX MONTHS we have been combining the buying power of both of our large stores and the results are that we are in a position to sell merchandise in some instances at less than the regular wholesale price. For the convenience of the public equal prices will prevail at both of our stores. Suit your convenience as to the place you trade. Read carefully the values quoted below and you will find a saving that will pay you to come miles to get the benefit of these bargain prices. . i Ml ii . . ' ii. . : 4 A Delayed Shipment of Ladies $4.00 Hats New- && )) est styles and shapes Included in this sale at . . v Jf .. Ladies' Muslin Under f wear r ' It was a lucky purchase when wo bought our Muslin Under- wear at the price we did and wc have h...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 26 April 1910

. M A Combined Movement For Lower Prices at our two Large Stores iA W. BOGAR& COMPANY Ovalo and Abilene These Prices Quoted Below are for our Ovalo Store. Equal values and discounts at our - Abilene Store Saturday April 30th is the Beginning of Lower Prices for Dry Goods in West Texas f. . V j30" c w SATURDAY; APRIL 30TH will be the beginning of one of the greatest movements of merchandise in West Texas. The people in the Abilene and Ovalo territory will be saved a larger per cent on every dollar invested in dry goods this season. This is an effort that will be appreciated by the thousands of consumers of dry goods who appre ; ciate buying a better quality at lower prices. We ask you to read our prices compare V 1 J ' t ' 1 I'll 1 1 I I S 1 A 1 ! values ana meet your inenas ana neignoors in eirner our store at uvalo or ADiiene Saturday April 30th 1910 " J0 - V rf y$U r M f rSSUf-. JLB Extraordinary Values in Men's Suits Beginning Saturday April 30 By combining our buying'poycr n...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 26 April 1910

bur "gwRU-iy-rtV i " jy' . j ra- .Ta'(faijMi . -f-HW Mfwiumiw4mftMfyvmmim4mitim u wii wif.iu-P j'i fo GlflGULATION AND TIE PUBLIC the tiihi'ntlor ot tlio hrdftmifo of the interior- bttiilfs ti lion tla'll- reservd InpciilB In Hit Biiliimdi- it ml iiillimm (it 1 m. DEB )k. . WAIT AftlfilKW flAKEfc OHAHtf SlllMLNU lkllHCI8Ii kel.vtion oi invo. GAIN IN TOTAL iliagram ( UmpHi Shows Hit Cfliisfc or The Sudden Gain of Toirtl Ihtfr. IudlTiitHiti Deposits lit t'nlliul Htiilcs. WASHINGTON Ami! i!:!. The Vela lion between the public ilebt anil ttTe circulation of tho natlonhl bhliks Is brdught out in it granitic maimer In aom'o Of the charts prepared by Dr. A. Piatt Andrew special assistant to the National ilonethfj Commission which' have just Been hiade public. Tho chart whjlch plots the relation of cir culatlon to national banking capital anil United States bonds xjutstanding shows the greatest divergence between banldtiK capltnt and circulation In 1892 when capital wn'B about $G85- 000000 ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 26 April 1910

"1 ' o IRK TWAIN DIES AFTER LONG LIFE ly beams they are full o Clemen's genial bitnior but because they give truthful vivid picture ot the free life oJC a boy along the Mississippi river. DEPOT TO M SPECIAL PRIMARY J& III If mm mm MSSSSPP '..; i .! !.. ir :. N It' " Iil ." k. ; . ID '-it .' '0 IV GENIAL HUMORIST "Otf AMERICAN vASD WORLD TVIDE RENOWN ;;' BREATHES LAST. . VI SEBVIGES WILL BE SIMPLE jOrcat Writer Dying Requested That . -' All Ceremony Bo Avoided In f: Burial Services Skotch of l:l4 - His Life Unique. By Associated Press. ' REDDING Conn. April 22 Samuel lX'Ciernens (Mark Twain) beloved by : HiljilonB" of readers and generally 'known ris the Quaintest1 oral! Iriimor- ous writers Is doad. Dr. Robert IT Halsey tho attending physician stated that death wob due to an acute .attack ofccor.dldc asthma and angina pectoris. His extreme age and dellpato constitu- tion could not 'weather the storm and "last. nlght.'Jn hlsMiomq surrounded by afew Intimate friends the great au- ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 26 April 1910

PJff?vi'f! WfV' 5P' ?' HrJW"W'i' i"fvirw7'9S'-'i?5-i"?-'i''iP' 'W1' '$"- WICHITA FALLS OFFICIALS HERE wrivni ivtt rVO ILDFlMtEY OFF MAI OH AMI T A1'""'V. Vr ron EL I'ASO ON A TOUK OF INVESTIGATION. lous Btatcment was over nincc "It would he n financial Impossible UIIPHIT1 IQ PIUFMPMT Mll'lty for the four or us combined to cor- niuniin io rniunuii innu ncr Mny odtton John a IlooUcfeUcr with nil 'hlH wealth would have to strain his resources to do It. I will Property Owners and City Council jBay tnftt not ovon Mr.Rockorcllor could Contemplates rutting Down a SeJIdiMHc of lVro- . ll.hlc THVcmcnt. From Monday's" Dally; Three genuine boosters ot tho Cen- tral West Tojcatf typo who are aiuoug tho vlBltora In Abilene today are Mayor t n. N'oblo and Aldermen J. A. Rich- old and J. F. Reed all of Wichita Falls. They are en route to El rasa ana ar- rived In Abilene this morning over the wfpfilta Valley. They are stopping at' tho Grace. 'I)1 ' Their trip to El Paso Is ror tlie pur- pose of inv...

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