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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 April 1910

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER 0 'VOLUME XXX UIILENK TEX.V" IHIDAY APHIL 21) 1010. NUMIIEtt It. ABILENE LANDS 5E NEXT OllASU'll LODGE CONVENTION OF KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS IS COMING HERE. EASY VICTOR OVER HOUSTON Yotc uh '-29 to 03 Claim Offered by Abilene too Tantalising for Pjiliinn Knights to puss Orer Unnoticed. Another scalp-tho fruit of unceas- ing day and night hustllug-bas been laid at the feet of Abilene. Houston tho pride of South Texas meekly bow- ed in defeat before the metropolis or Central West Texas when her delega- tion failed by nn overwhelming vote to land the 1911 Grand Lodge conven tlon of the Texas Knights t Pythias thousands of them perhaps will flock . wDm. mil down Abilene Succeeded and tho PytftUam. to Ablleno in April of next year to taste of the hospitality of Western TThe' following telegram Was tecelved yesterday evening from The Reporter s staff; f orrcspondent; Beaumont Tex. April 27 15)10. Abilene Reporter Ablleno Texas. By a vote of 229 to 93 Abilene w...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 April 1910

'h' Tint ? tvrt MaiJdhhifaiTwfA.i'lm BStLaMMMaMHMitoUaMi EM' For Rheumatic Pains S W Just Received an Attractive Assortment of E hd Washable Neckwear JURIST OF MEMl'HIS ADDRESSES TODAY'S SESSION REUNION SOUTHERN SOLDIERS. MULES HITCHED TO IVAGON CON- ' TAINING SIX PERSONS TOOK FRIGHT. W SOUTH WAS NOT RESPONSIBLE 0. DONALD'S SKULL FRACTURED lit JUDG FARLAND SERIOUS MISHAP AT tifB BEFOR VETERANS POTOS YESTERDAY nuiH l IhFLLr.W The noted "Parker & Finn'' line is the most attractive and elaborate Washa ble Neckwear manufactured. We do not exaggerate when we say "Parker & Finn" Washable Neckwear is sur- passed by none. 25c and 50c ' Come and loofc at the line t Fcclln gof Tare Patriotism for GraTO- ljr Endangered Homo Land Made Southerner Take Arms A&alns. Federal. Youag Men's Caricssncss Camo. Near Resulting Fa.ally Injured People sad Attended Odd Fellows Picnic. TT SB Mingus Bros. & Company Men's Quality Outfitters BRIDGE WAS AFIRE AND TRAINS WERE DELAYED lire Coals Fro...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 April 1910

V u 1 r.tll I K t i HELD HIS COTTON NEARLY FORTY YEARS A Georgia Farmer Meant to Oct Six- teen Cents a L'onnd for It and Ho Bid. By Associated Press. JACKSON On. April 27. "I wilt - get 16 cents tat tlila halo of cotton or r will noVor sell It" was the declara- tion mndo by T. II Greor thirty-eight years ago. Ho kept Ills promlso and got his prlco hut It took him thirty eight years to do It. Back In 1872 Dec. 19 to ho exnet T. II. Greer a prosperous farmer of Butts county ginned a halo of cotton by water power the gin being tho Grls- wold then In use and the old hand lever press waB used. Tho wnr had not been over long at thq time and cotton was high higher" than It has been since then with ono exception. The market was 10 cents that season but as this bale was late In being turned out from the press the market had slumped and after loading tho "bale on his wagon Mr. Greer took It to Grimn only to be refused 10 cents Whereupon he would not .sell for less than that figure. 'According...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 April 1910

t . -. W- -A - ---.T- r- .. i.. fi....t.(...4 7 Days Great Exposition Wonderful Spring Values 7Days BEGINNING SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 30TH AND CONTINUING UNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT MAY 7TH Never Was the purchasing power and ability for value-giving so thoroughly demonstrated by this Abilene popular store as this season. Buying In large quantities for our two big stores enables us to obtain the very lowest possible prices and places us In position to offer to the publlo the greatest Induce ments to trade at these stores. The steady and rapid growth of our business demonstrates the fact that we give greatest values for the least money fully satisfy our trade with our style and service and Inspires us to greater achie vements. We Intend to make this the greatest year In the history of our business Come to our stores Saturday morning and every day next week and take advantage of the many splendid values that will be on display In every department. Remember the date Saturday morning April 30 to...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 April 1910

9mrr"T A i .. 7 Days Great Clothing and Furnishing Goods Sale 7 Days BEGINNING SATURDAY MORmNG APRIL GOTHLAND CONTINUING UNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT. MAY 7TH Thousands of dollars worth of men 's and boys high grade clothing on sale at greatly reduced prices embracing such lines as the Mrs. Jane Hopkins make for boys; Sterling Kuppenheimer and Isaacs for menall 1910 models of the very choicest patterns and styles. The best bargains that have ever been offered in high grade clothing under their actual value.A bargain if it is timely is mors valuable than one out of season. We wish to remind you that it is the begin- ning of the season when every item mentioned below is in the greatest demand. iswmDvnrwirinjrrB nnrn 1 MEN'S EXTRA PANTS STERLING SUITS Two brnndB Unit stand at the head of high art tailoring hand mnde garments throughout and - made or- the very best materials prices range as follows. l 1 $27 50 Kuppenheimer hand tailored QQO Q every thread wool . ... $.. 3d $25 00 Kupjienlielmor...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 April 1910

V COMMITTEE BUYS .farm Reporter BY ABILENE HUNTING COMPANY PUBLISHERS. Published on Tuesday and Friday of )c week at 1028 North Second Street Ibilene Texas NEW OPERA CHAIRS sudsckiptiox hates t fno Year ...i. ...'.......... ...$1.00 Jx Months .i.'. ........... .50 GENERAL RENOVATION MOVEMENT TODAY INAUGURATED FOR SIMMONS COLLEGE. Any erioueom rcflectton upon the character Btfindlng or reputation of ay person firm or corporation which nay appear in tlio 'columns of The Abilene SemJt-Weekly Farm iteporter will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to tho nttentlon of tho firm. Letters pertaining to business should be addressed to the paper or some par- ticular department but not to Individ Hals as in their absence their mail will not be opened- Drafts checks aad postofllco ur express orders should be made payable to the ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY t Entered as second class mail matter February S 1910. at the post ornce at Abilene Texas under the net of March the third 1879." FRENCH ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 April 1910

" ' wiffiPW "f'v " "p 10 t I V To Enjoy RQOL WINDS BLOW IfTGAP GOUNTRY tno iuu commence ot ttn "J of the World and tho ' tho most cmim tial that tho of Figs And 310wri to lorf th Ca 1 Iahe4al 1 the Wtll-formcd mcndation 0.' ns it was csscn ompono bo 5 J thoro Co. pub." ovory package. unlformity'or in jKxativo charactaro assured ny's oririjrTmetliod of man- ufactuaCnown tQJRio Company only. c Thlga ojuifornia arc used In the productim Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Scmuo promote tho pleasant taste but ijrcrnodicinril principles nro obtained from plants known to act most beneficially. To get its beneficial effects alwayB buy tho genuino manufactured by tho Cali- fornia Fig Syrup Co only and for solo by all leading druggists. 1 A. I 5. IS STILL JONES' PROPERTY riCTUKESQltfKIDUxNTAIJf HAMLET SHJH8 IN EAllLY MOKN MOM THE COLD. NEW STORES STILL GO UP ffork Progressing at Lively Clip on Substantial Dwellings nnd Carpenters Arc as Jlusy ns Itccs. D. 11. KEELER DENIES REPORTED PURCHASE OF SOUTH...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 April 1910

i it i i; E JlOltK THAN ONE THOUSAND l'JJO ili: guests oprotosi thkkh MNKCltS ON TUESDAY. REPORTtR MAN ON SCENE fount) Judge IHcdsoc Spcnkcr of the Dn) Those Present Enter jjIiu ctl With Songs Talks nnd Magnificent Ilnskct .Dinner. From Wednesday's Dally Yesterday the 2Gth the 90th anni- versary of Odd Fellowship In Anler. lea wbb celobratcd by the PotosI Three Llnkors in good old countrj style and tho tiowsgatheror and so- licitor for tho Semi-Weekly Reporter was there going out with County Tax- Assessor Carrol Manly. PotosI is beautifully located near tho mountains on tho headwaters of Lytic creek 12 miles Southeast ot Abilene and has four business houses 0 S. Hancock D. P Smothers and Al- len Williams general merchandise and Dr. J. H. Davis druggist all do- ing a good business and tho tlircf line church buildings Missionary Dapl tlst Methodist church South and the M. E. church stand as monuments to the moral and religious sentiment of that community. Tho school building may bo la...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 April 1910

f i SIX ROUND BOUT IS EVEN BREAK KETCHEL ANtt LANfltfORD FODOIIT SIX HOUKD NO DECISION RAW AT CHILLY. f r if BOTH MEN FOUGHT STH0N6LY langford Exhibited More Cleverness But IUs Punches Palled to Damage Michigan Tag; Crowd Was Large. PHILADELPHIA PA. April 28.- Stanloy Kctchcl of Michigan middle- weight champion pugllst of the world and Sam Langford the Boston negro met last night In the arena of the National Athletic Club In a six round no decision bout before a packed house of enthusiastic fight fans. Thoro was llttlo to choose between the two men and both finished fighting strbnghly. If anything Langford showed to slight ndvantage on account of his superior cleverness but a draw would have been a fair decision Langford looked a bit heavier than hlB white opponent. Both fighters appeared In superb condition. Ketchel showod all his old time vim and dash and his punches whistled with steam. After the first round in which the two men carefully sized up the other? the fighting was vici...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 April 1910

CITY FIGURES ON ' SWFNSON'S OFFER PICKNIGKERS OUT FOR JOLLY 1REAT 0. DAVIDSON SROI AI IRIS MORNING ' Jmm$4 i i JF. FOR IS WEIR MERKEL MOORS f f V T Y k v f a f T t ? ? T For f T T t t t t f f Y WATERWORKS l'KOl'OSITION WAS MADE LEADING TOPIC IN COUNCIL SESSION. crowds or PLEASURE seekers SVEND DAY IN SHADE OF MOUNTAINS. NEWS OP HER DEATH RECEIVED WITH (.ENTINE SORROW IN FORMER HOME. JONES CODNTV FARMER NAltROW- LV ESCAPED DEATH FROM 3 HULLETS FIRED. Garden Seed COMMITTEES ABE APPOINTED P010SI GETS SWEET REVENGE "GRANDPA" HENOERSON DEAD NOW IN SANITARIUM HERE - -? ? Rail Team Eicns I'p .Mutters With Ruf.aln Cap lit Close Gnnic; Farmers Say Frost Jld Not Harm Cris. Wilder Taj lor Count Settler Well Known Mason and (ireatly Re IoUmI Christian Dies at A(liiinccd Age According to Reports Trouble Follow- ed Dispute With Man Farming on Shares on Farm North of Abilene. h t Three Lorn! Men Will ( o Austin to Confer Willi (lie Fire Hating Hoard; Plumbing Inspec- tor Is Elected. From Thursday'...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 3 May 1910

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY FARM REPORTER TOMJMK XXX. ABILENE. TEXAS TUESDAY MAY n 1810. MJMHK . X n : I : 1 H 3 TUFF INDORSED BY ROOSEVELT COLONEL THEODORE BIDS HEAVY PRESIDENT TO SET ALL PEARS AT BEST. SGQOP FOR WASHINGTON POST Important Communication Alleged to 8c Authentic M Published in That Paper; Roosevelt Not After PaWic Renown. By ABROclated Press. WASHINGTON. May 2 In letters which Theodore Roosevelt former President of the United States Is al- loged to have written President Taft Senators Ellhu Root of New York and William Loeb who was oricoxprlvato secretary to Roosevelt the returning hunter fcfrever'puts a seal on the lips of his friends who are booming lilm for President In 1912. The Washington Post Is responsible for the letters and states It Js bpna Ilde. In It the former chief executive thoroughly endorsestho Taft admin- istration favors Loeb to succeed Char- les F.. Hughes as Governor of New York and Indicates his decision to remain in private life as final and un- alterab...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 3 May 1910

J)(W -i.TJ.M miff mn imw(w Hi imwnjn if iifi .. '3 u ' (V l r 11 - - --.. mm m-mii m mm MY AMMtNB.MUNTJNa COMPANY SHAKKKflLllXltilt Ota. 8. Andron K. 11. Klefor M. 11 Hank. "T- SUMHCKU'lioF K Al "KS I xmt iiitniiHiiiiiiiMiii iiiiiiiiiiHi 9 10-0 Wk HMUK ...... .. .t.rat 50 M'- K4H flrronooiiB reflection upon tho clmrnctor alandlng of TiwUitlon of any person II rm or coroprntlon which may t pear In tho columns of Tho Reporter will bo gladly cor ttl upon Ha being brought to the attention of the firm Ajwuers portalnliig to buaincHB should bo addressed to Uio yaWM- br somo particular department but not to Individ- ate an in their nbaonco tholr malt will not bo opened SrafU checks and postofuco or oxprcss ordora should bo .made payabto to tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. TKKTTElt CUT Till! 1)0(13 T.A1I OFF BEHIND THE EARS. Tho Atlnnta Constitution hnB tho following pertinent JromarkB concerning the much djscttBBed cotton markutlng fQUC&Uotti - ;'"!:; Docs 'theindUstrioils Mr. 'VIckers'h'...

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

' run nc? MERE VIEWS The Big Store With - Little Prices .11 CITY IN CI.OVKK PKOHPKIW IX IHE MIDST OF HUILDIMU ANI CONTRACTtiF.TXW0. 60 EN i If . . - ; fc: 1'- -lH MORE AND BfcUER LIGHTS Electric llBliUng- System Is IkipMI) inning to Completion Trap Shot Artists Orgnnlzo a Merkol Gnri Club. Special to the Reporter: 1 l.;t. ..n on Tlilo la nit nrn JHH11K.UI' Apr" " "' "" or improvement In the city In clover. At th'o present contractors mechan- ics and laborers nro busy constructing a system ot waterworks electric light plant a new church and a now par- sonage. A C. JoneS contractor of Op- alousas.La. is erecting the big ro-ln. fdrced concrete reservoir which Will have a capacity ot 125000 gallons and will' lay tho mains for the city. The reservoir Js at tho present about half COmpieiCU. UUBIuvd v. "" i -. - for an elevated lank with a capacity of CO'000 gallons. Daniels & Brown who have tuo coniraci iui. met.-. welt have had hard luck Blnce tho. be- ginning With a big Keystone dri...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 3 May 1910

s -.... .... -. ..' i.. - i "" ' :tli ' y " m.i '''' i 'i J . . .. II 'II MiwtMil II I II I ' . " ' ' f '" I" I 'I rH -" '- ' WVE DA YS' NDER" SALE SaV-a 5Ut T)a-a& Sa& SVa-rAa Davjs 3lw Mwusual SaW 3lw& WxiusxxaV Values "duta-Aavi a a SaVc Wval wWV at. Vva osm a-AaVV(. Stjfcvvi atcVW oVA vftWwstore xbWV V VvtoYAAtv xd.Wv tdihv ivrtuV 3.Vwior axv WJBT coxtA6T xsAVVVki aWoo xbVWv a-maVtorAaV tco-tvomUa. Cotnc b&tV &xvd avan Vrv Wt $coaaxoa W faxo Wve -nvaW. aD&). SvjcvvWvVw'i aa MMttWaca. 5W WaVwJaa"6"lv6 1ct.ct o 6aoa'i'iaao U otVvi Wio txv atoovA. c aotc atva Wa cototvVs. Co iTawaaoUou mWv va aVotc a couavacTca cotu- VAo viVW ou axo ajaovvlcV aaWalca. DVW VwoVb evjutya aaTWftXvV Vxv VV& aoxfc ot "tCW TiayiB Vu xaVVV V V;xvoxnTv ar aua vbU m otYv.Va oy vxs axva? xbuAvob Vnauvxttltes axvoVVvex. lVTd so-VvVs 'fKVwo "Davas' 0owa6T" SaVo Vs o tuwtoaV. mttiV o NxmauaV mwMftta axva ueui4L to-M ou accoxxtvl o Vi eTaoTotvaU W Vw oj Ms 5ot6. "VOc jmXK svaVV be a c...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 3 May 1910

mm; nix MaaaananaawMBBaiwanfaManMMaLJ lT Finer Sfhoe for ITZexi FIR FATALLY kw5H(; 'HhOhHh0hCh MONEY AN On Improved Farms and Us to mak Inspector Enables fii DMTTV HIIKIIIFC t'llAHUKI) WITH Sm)! IB HIIOOTINU NlMtmiMlKILS TO THE AI'TIIOIUTIES. "5 r Jr JCw WEDNESDAY Xaaifles RjlTdent l W- nspections lv.r I a k II v.m;. . .i' imediitt La .vtt - v cs Att- . ti bo wear " 11. . loe&unvo inn l HotT .w h !."" ttOO nnd ( know. foot- Tlt 14 3SS Gt fat till re's notyfhr ilrwi td bcllmn. .jf a critical oxalnntlont tho "ltTJ. A H.'f lino wlA afhvlnco yi of tlilit fact. Tltfy nro clMy nml (llntjiictlvq and tho IiolRlit oMrfAlun. ThcAro tnndo In nfld of clcn Jila uneclaJftr shoo fuctorlo. ouulnnod with tho flnnat shoo mnnufncturlna innohlrv eryyfitho world find owned find oporntod by tho ltoboru Jiihiuou A llmid in CAmnnnv nf Ht I.itiila .Ul.NTiMt 1KY GOODS CO. AMLENE'S PRynHKSSIVE stow. Slylt No. 1134 h maJ of pattnl coll with it mot calf lop and Military titovtr iht 'ISmarl" latt. 7 FAMILY F...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 3 May 1910

DELEGATES BACK I .I'ltll.KMi KMKIITH OP l'TlltH ilKYt'ltN Kl.rMIIKtl U'lTH THUIK vtrrouv TOOK GUBERNAlORfAL POLL I Strinv Volrrs Hpirc.icti(pil Xottrly All .ScrlloiiH of Texas f (Nilqullt lli Stroncc.st Willi rnlmloxtrr n ... t'flrmlilnlilc lllviil. FROM BEAUMON i i1'' !V'H SI JfSn I il If- 2 I'M J 3ss III . HH m I H I it HJ89 a B aJ3"a cb 3c)i n aassa k BB SI Wmmmmmmmmmr I ") o5"J4 3 9 a 2S'5l.'l ft k 1f B H VP KmmmWWMmmmmmmmmm I TT 30"-O.fl A (" fm v l?- HftK .Hl Z-!j3?!i32S Ills-32 h f'Mfi Cm '-.; &-r:' "THHaVlaTBTBTl 2 immmmYWWXJf Wo.s ia F-sgiS . t mmmV SUmmmmml mwmmmm t S P fl 3 t; " w o o ? mMMMm WmmmV immmmmmmmm PBM HMMnHMI -.. 3JJ' "5 a "g g S S. " " - - fc Mmmmmmr mmmmm ll a mml &MwrO&'& 1 I " " o " b : am fi IL.V H ' K Mmmmm -p a - !i! g S SS" 3 n c. '' fek. ' v mmumm vEBSSrm I .Hi n S i a oS'as - n' " mWmmmmmMwMmmmmMWmMmm 1 J''" ""J F fi"? g "S 3 S n3 Ji " a'" mmDJ S) mmmSrMmmwMmmWmk9MM. I Wmm'yfm'fJimmmmmmm9t &513 . H ElS ii 5 a So". ttmWwmFamm mmmmm...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 3 May 1910

V II COLQUITT SPOKE TO LARGE CROWD OCIlKUXATORIAL CANDIDATE 01' KAl'FMAN COUNTY SPENT VKIDAV IX CITV. SUFFFEREO FROM HIS VOICE Mr Colquitt Found Much Difficulty In Artlrulnitott Hut .Managed fo Please Ills Audience Sat Isfactory Way. . ' Hon. 0. B. Colquitt gubernatorial candidate from tho cedar brakes of Kaufman count) tlie man who is tint- jQro he doprccatod tho good things A. Polndexter candidate for governor Vcrsally Conceded to bo the one tho lBnj(j about him by Mr. Hnrdwlcko re-'spoke here to-day. others must beat has delivered his forrlng to them as the "few ltttlof The speaker devoted much time to political address In Abilene and gone things" he had during his career nfl'tho question of Btnte-wldc prohibition his -way to "fill other appointments a public man been-able to do for Abl but ridiculed Cono Johnson's stoho on Cone Johnson preceded Colquitt Judge one and Western Texas. He added that (the Issue. He said "Johnson claims Polndexter came befoie him and t'un- he had done...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 6 May 1910

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER MiihVMU XXX. 'IHLKNG TKXAy FKIDAV MY Ml. mi.mhi:k 4S. -.- I T.R. HIES SWEDISH PEOPLE AND DISTINGUISHED AUDIENCE HEADS THE COLONEL MAKE APPEAL FOR PEACE. THE KING WAS DELIGHTED Anfl tnbliishlngly Admitted As Much; Former rrcsIdcntMndoStlrrlng Appeal for 'Formation of n Fence Conference. By Associated Press: CHRISTIIANA May 5 Former Pros irifint Roosevelt . was the principal speaker before the Nobel -Prl2e Com mittee hera today ana nis suujeei wu "International Pence." Roosevelt's discourse was made In the Natlonat Theatre lii the prcsonco of King Haakon Queen Maud; mem- bers or tho Cabinet and Parliament nni imnfirftiin of the most progressive .i infincntini norsonnccs in the Swpodlsh kingdom. Tho address was moBt cordially re- ceived. Col. Roosevelt was in fine Vnino nriil his enorKetic words did not fail to find a responsive chord in the i.nnris of his hearers. When the ad dress closed ho was immediately sur- rnnmled and warmly congratuiaieu. The K...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 6 May 1910

ii.y I y .j... jj iih .i ym-i PfFW MmM LEi SEMHffiEKLT FMI iEPMIEU BY AHILKNB PKINT1N0 COMPANY. 8RAkKHOI.HKK!i 6te. 8 Anderson R. II. Klcfer M. H. Hank. Hl'HSCKH'Tltl.N K.ViHbt JTftP IIMIMIIIIIMltllltltlllllllMlllilllll ifltOO '. MMIUM llli(MMtl41ltMMM0(tMUHIIl'iui 50 wrofleotifl roflcctlon upon Uio character standing or Hon of any person firm or coropratlon which may Iri the columns of The Reporter will be gladly cor- upon Its being brought to the attention ot the firm. -betters pertaining to business should be addressed to the or some particular department but not to Indlvld- aa in their absence their mall will not be opened. i checks and postofflco or express Orders should he payable to the ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. STOCK RAISING AS A BUSINESS. Thp prevailing high priced In stock mid the decreasing supply creates a serious situation and gives occasion for closo study ot the question. In the first place it la aa acknowledged fact that the' big ranches can no longer sapply the dema...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 6 May 1910

r4K iwiimihw w imiumiim ni m iimiw T 1 OF AN Vfaaiikw2ty&ood6 Jut Rectived in Attractive IS Assortment of M Washable Neckwear W - ERAL COHFEH IS I'O.WKNLl) AT AHIIKVlfJiE THIS .MOKMMJ-LA R(IK JC L'MIIKIl ih-lkoati'.s ritKSLisT. AIIII.KXK I'Ol'NTUY NOW SMILES IWBER MONEY rilODUt'INO PALL OV DAMIWE8S ii G EOT Ladies Suits and Skirts New Stylish Attractively Priced The noted "Parker & Finn" line is the most attractive and elaborate Washa- ble Neckwear manufactured We do not exaggerate when we say "Parker & Finn" Wtfshable Neckwear is sur- passed by none. s 25c and 50c Come and look at the line Mirigus; Bros. & Company Hen's Quality Outfitters SII BISHOPS II MIEHM DALLAS BANKERS VERSUS ABILENE AMERICAN EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK TEAM TO BE HEBE MONDAY MAT- 80. CHALLENGE WAS ACCEPTED leaders In Commercial League Bnco In Dnllns Lost No Time Answer Ing; A Itoceptlon Will Tol- low the Game. ing the details. If 'the above .date la not satisfactory we might "Arrange for a gamo on ...

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