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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 May 1911

PAflJB F1TB JLM he Run of the Mill i ps- nsational Selling Men's and Boys' Wear TEN DAYS -? ESKSKSEU TEN DAYS )0.00 worth of high grade clothing shoes hats furnishing goods neckwear handkerchiefs hosieryor men and boys merchandise of every known description to be in- 1 in the Great Run of the Mill Sale. 'Prices no living human being could expect to see quoted. Values that are positively and absolutely unmeetable. An occasion that wing the entire public into a buying fever. Sterling Suits and Kuppenheimer Suits all to be placed in the great Run of the Mill Sale. A sale that will ever be remem- by every individual'. A sale that will forever establish itself in this community as .the greatest saving period of the year. No mother can afford to allow this opportuni- dress her boys in new apparel pass unheeded. No argument other than the startling prices offered are needed to induce every man to make an early selection of the did and beautiful patterns shown in men's suits combined with t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 May 1911

I'XGt SIX DEMOCRATS CpNFIOENT . HF FARMERS FREE LIST STOPPED'AT FRISCO AND ORDERED TD COLUMBUS 0. COUNTY COURT SESSION ADJOURNED SATURDAY JAPANESE LAWN PARTY WAS VERY SUCCESSFUL fl Predict mil's Passage on Monday Arlzonu.Now Mexico Statehood lie Frtrorably Reported. Novr Audlloi' to 'Philippine Islnnas Must Testify In Lcglslnthc Scandal Cases. Three Week Term nt nil 12nd; Last Week Wns Unusually Busy In AH' tho Bockcs. Frosmnn (.'lass of SI io College Hosts (o Student Body Friday limning. For Infants and Children. 1F1AST0RIA xuulu;iih IM . lVMW By Asaoclntcd Press WASHINGTON May 6. n'ollowlng passage of the furiifcra free list bill which the democrats Bay will he on Monday tliQ House will take up the Arizona-New Mexico stntohood bill. It has been ngroed that the committee report to thd'Houso will recommend ratification of both constitutions with the added suggestion that the qucutlon of recall be re-submlttcd to tho Voters of Arizona soon and that tho pcoplo of New Mexico bo given t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 May 1911

ARMISTICE IS OFF FIGHT LOOKED FOR TKJirOHAUY PEACE PACT EXFIR. i;i) HATl'ltnAV NOON ARMIES RF.NMV THEIR ACTIVITIES. DIAZ' TELEGRAM RECEIVED Rut Judge Cnrlinjul Federal Envoy Drulliiu to Make Its CnotcutH public Frenchman Almost ('noses Complication 3y Associated Press EL PASO May C Tho armistice elsting between the federals and reb- els officially expired at snoon today and (be ohtpost of both armies at Clu- dnd Juarez sent scountltlg -parties to- ward each other. At one o'clock this afternoon Francisco Madero official- ly broke off tho armistice. By Associated Press. I stitution of tho State of Texas bo am- EL PASO May C The answer to'cnled by striking out and repealing flon. Mailero's request for President Diaz to make public hls intention to resign was received by Judge Car- bajal today. He said he did not know when tho armistice would be made publir. It came In a long telegram. At tho Insurrecto camp tho impres- sion prevailed this morning that Diaz resignation would be announce...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 May 1911

V AGE EIGHT TT i '"""'"...r -r - apMa' ' i yA I bvaov&iw&Ti oave ew&'&vx Specials 5ov 5iis 1 5aax asSlotiK as they y a half dozen for only Jot sold In n'tfrilnin t stripes i r tfi.uu ana New stripes slums bargain unctirvaiue pri . lent i '" Tir V Imperial texas. Famous IVcw York Jurist In Entlinusl- ustic Lant'iinjro Discusses Ills Becent Trip. Texas and especially the southwes- tern part extending down'aa far a3 Brownsville. Is a. revelation to or- gan J. O'Brien lawyer and former jurist of New York and now Identified with two of the great life insurancu companies. Whatever anight have been said by others who have been here before is discounted in the lan- guage of the distinguished New York r says the San Antonio Express. The United States has. yet to learn of tho resources of the Texas empire ho said. He also emphasized the. fact that nowhere' on this broad hemis- phere could there be found better in- vestments than the lauds of South- western Texas. In Wb opinion...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 May 1911

""V ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTE VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 12 1011. NUMBER 45. A Sez IS QUIET AFTER-THE BftTTLE MflllT OF TRANQUILITY FOLLOWS EXCITING HAPPENINGS OF LAST 8 DAYS. REBELS SECURE RICH ROOTY Conquering Heroes Seize 15000 Hounds AinmuulUon Several Machine fluus Ono Long Tom Cannon nnd 700 Mausers. Dy Associated Press. OIUDAD JUAREZ MEX. May 11. Insurrecto lenJders announced today plans to hold Juarez and prevent furth r.i- fiehtlne here by sending a detach ment of troops southward to meet the oncoming federal force under com- mand of Rabago probably at Casas Grandes. Madero thinks his suprem- acy In Mexico will b6 assured in event bis men defeat Rabago's force. Juarez Quiet Today. After three days oP wild excitement Juarez is again quiet. Gen. Navarro the captured federal chieftain spent tho night In the same house with FfanclBCO Madero under a heavy guard Navarro has not made his appearance in the town because it is said several insurrectos cherish a grudge aga...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 May 1911

AGE TWO 20 8 3 UEALI i 3 FEOEfiALS REVISED ESTIMATES tfjACB THE V TAT At. T.IT ftP HEAD AT FIVE 3IUNDKED It ABOUT 20 AMERICANS KILLED I Foreign Legion Suffered Heavy Xoss. Kcbcl Victory Complete When Barracks Torn My Shell Strikes Colors Illy Associated Prcsa. EL PASO May 10. Col. Garibaldi as soon as the rebels captured Uio down-twon buildings this afternoon began destroying all intoxicants for Tear the conquering heroes would cel- lebrato tlvoir victory too strenuously. Tho rebols got ono cannon In position to flro on tho barracks at noon. Tho defenders only a small group of vol unteers who refused to surrender were snooung irom mo oarracKS oniy occasionally. Tho first cannon shot Uoro a great hole In tho structure and others nulcklv mucin It untennhln. J Death Estimates Grow Itnpldly Estimates' on tuo number or dead and Injured grow! rapidly. Tho groans of the wounded could bo heard all nlioiit t.lio town nlthmipli Tinth ftiov and the bodies of tho dead had been mostly removed by...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 May 1911

l'AGK TUBE iff!' f ii. r in mm in mi inufni El&ht iMles Itecatcred EDINBURGH Scotland May 10. NIGHT OF HORROR IN JUAREZ; DEAD CIUDAD JUAREZ IN HANDS OF REBELS; NAVARRO IS SOUTH Eight bodies were recovered this morning from the rulas of tuo jsmpiro music hall Which was burhed last nlgllU The tlctlmtr Includo the well known ftctorfl Lafnyotto Alice Dalo anil Joe- CoBtor. LAY IN STREET: $r0000 Depot 1 I'lartftetl. SWEETWATER Mny 10. Stakes wore driven today for the $50000 San- ta Fo passenger Btatlon. 6- c P rv Madera's Soldiers Victorious After Terriffic Battle; City is Captured Shortly before 11 O'Clock; Federals Retreat. FLAMES FOLLOW THE Fl GHTNG BUNCO COMMAND TURNED THE TIDE WHOLE BLOCKS AltL' REDUCED 10 REBEL REINFOItCEMENTS ARRIVE BLANCO WINS THE DAY Rebel Reinforcements Arrive from Ojinaga and Casas Grandes and Stifle Last Feeble Resist- ance; Tri-Color of Madero Flutters over An- cient City Replacing Grey Eagle of Mexico. ASHES FEDERALS STARTED FIRE PURPOSELY REBELS PURSUI...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 May 1911

TF "PS 555rer5''P!fs IDE ABILENE l)W REPORTER BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY THE" HARVEST OF THE PISTOL Commenting upon the .recent Lee-lMton tragedy in Sylvnnin tho Savannah Nowb quotes C. B. Leo who Bhot nnd killed Hilton bb confessing himself "tho Borrlest man l tt.n xlhfn " tulMi titn lUn 1.thntnt ittul lila frmlllv 111 nil - MONEY to LOAN n J" mured Rg second claBs mail at Abilene Tef'di October 14 1008 SUBSCRIPTION HATES t Month (In advance) $0.50 ferse Months (In advance) - - - - - - 1'3G X Months (In advance) ------ 2.70 fern Tear (In advanco) ------- COO tters pertaining to bUBlnesa Bnould Se addressed to the paper or uomo particular dop-vrtmout and not to Individ- ual M la tholr 'absenco their mall will not be opened. Draiis.cheokB and postofflco and express orders should be amt payable to tno ahilhwi numiiNU uuaii'axm x latauibcrs falling to .tccclvo their p&par regularly will confer a favor Upon the management by reporting came Uj the business office All papers should b...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 May 1911

f 'tiJSt i5- OCEAN SHIP TRAPS Deadly Snares Laid For Its Prey . by the Glutton Sea. KENTISH KNOCK IS PITILESS Thl Treacherous 8pot Is trjo Real Davy ' JoO9' Locker No Hope For Vessel Man When Neptuno Aska Toll at This Submarlno Graveyard. rnvv Jones' locker' that perilous not mention of which bo often comes Jrom t'10 ln9 of BnIors s not shown on any ocean chnrt principally bo- tnusc it la not really n nettled place but If fl1' oconn dcnth trnp deserved tho title It Is the Thames cstunry. q'10 British tmvnl authorities havo a chart upon which Is marked tho posi- tion of wrecks shown hy black dots. On this chart tho Thames mouth tract g a solid black spot. So numerous Imvo been tho wreckB tho dots run together. The point Where the black dots actually pile tho one ou the top of rtiiothcr Is tho Kentish Knock and this Is the place among all of tho ocean danger spots that deserves tho title of Davy Jones' locker. At the Kentish 'Knock. It Is not keel shattering rocks nor piercing points ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 May 1911

rACIE SIX LITE SKETCH OF GEN. PORFIRIO DIAZ OF MEXICO LINEMAN MS NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH Iftorltrlo Diaz wob born Sept. IB y&& on tho anniversary of Mexican iafceptndenco. Oaxaca was his blrth- 9tacc. Ills father waB a Spaniard and Mb Wither Was of Indian extraction. Ills mother at first Intended that ha ahmM enter tho church but finally jtekltd to his desires so that he pur- SKscd tho studies then required for n Unrjer's career. While thus engaged tho Invasion of Mexican territory by tho American iroopa occurred and young Diaz with UtcrfellcV students oHfercd his scrv- Sces to the govornor of Oaxqca. The jBOTcrnor accepted their patriotic offer foil dfd not require the students to go Sato the battlefield. Bias served In tho revolt against Ccacral Santa Anna and ' supported declared to enable Mndero to treat will envoys sent from Mexico City April 28 tho arinlBllco was extended for Ave days longer. At that time tho r6bpls wore prnc- tlcally lu control In tho states of Sonor...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 May 1911

m fAOE SKTEX. 1 RECKLESS JUITOISrS RETARD GOOD ROADS ... ... t.'-lai.. .. rrl.lj rt .....! "i'1 ..l.il.-. 14 innnn.. nhlc or Not J'OFIT WORTH April 9. "Reckless -ulomobllg drivers are doing more than "' oUl0r nBcncy t0 rfitrtr1 lne growth ami spread Of tho good roads movement In Texas" President Lou- derinllk .of tho Farmers Union sala Monday morning. president Loudormllk had Just re- turned frdm Comancho where- ho BiioKe Saturday In tho Interest of tho rnmimtgu to vote $100000 In bonds for die Improvement of roada In Prco. Vo 1 Comanche county. I found that most of tho opposition to the bond Issue ntitnng the farm- ers arise frojn rocklqsB driving of au- tos" President Loudermllk" said "lina the sanio opposition has developca e cry whore an attempt has beon made to vole bonds. Some farmorfl argue that If the road8 are graveled the au- tAlsts will take possession of them and make tho thoroughfares unsafe for fanners and their wives and chil- li ron The opposition exists and It is no...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 May 1911

v I 1 FAGS EIGHT r "UutoYYlceflt vtavte vw mawv& Wxves fav o m o yyojo axvJi Sa3LY Svvvs SoWavs axvA. "Jives aWvaeVwd vveeA 3ls fc cw PAVEMENT r 3?&kedUp and Put in Printlby X B. Montgomery reports the Hodg- country bloomin' like the old green Stay tree. Taa now threshers were unloaded SbAMlene this week one for Ed. Pow- isnd one for Cul Phorbus. 3srlng my five years on Salt 3Knnch I've broke myjand close and P each year and r And It pays Mln or no rain" says J. L. Barker. Tom Davis or the old Centerline nwimranlty says the wheat and oat okbb to his district will bo light un- IfeaDraJn comes soon. vvWWHWHWWH NEW and BETTER SERVICE TO Kansas City Chicago Effective May M with modern cafe. tn sf F jKp X KWirh fnvlilon.sfm mir jfr aim coMfortalJir sorvMP & r ajkl flDm Tjus kM be life JPrypPorth . . vjKaHas City. . MJpJfr JKctric Pullman Sleeping Car Steel Coaches and all tho comforts of up-to-date tra- vel. Other gqod trains too 1 1 "' f'Ar.H &00&. Jit xdWV oxvVa que...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 May 1911

REPORTER-! ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY i M-i-. VOLUME XXXI AillLSNE TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 18 1911. SUMMER i. RUMORS SAY DIAZ WILL RESIGN SUPREME COURT RULES IN LABOR FEDERATION CASES I 'T t Highest Court in Land Says Jail Sen- tence of Gompers et al Was Illegal a- SENT TO TRIAL COUftT WHERE AN OBDEE OP DISMISSA WILL BE ENTERED. LITIGATION IS LIKELY AT END Court Decision Snld Trosccutlo' ShotM Hate Been Civil. By Associated PreBS. WASHINGTON May IE. The long looked for decision in the American Federation of Labor contempt cases was handed down by the United States Supreme Court today in a decision writ ten by Mr. Justice Lamar. The decis- ion held that the district court erred In treating the labor case as criminal and said it Bhould have been treated as civil which makes a jail sentence impossible. The decision makes il possible for civil proceedings to bt instituted against the labor leaders. Jail Sentence Not Legal. Tho court unanimously held that the only sentence which could be imposed on t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 May 1911

I rAeis. two I! TAKEN TO RIVER BY GEN. MADERO Insurrecto Chief in Full View of Men Aids Captive to Make Get-a-way. DISCORD IN REBELS' RANKS Orozco Emboldened bySucoess Questions Gen. Madero's Authority -Falls; Madero Ends Day Victorious By Associated Press. . CIUDAD JUAREZ Mcx. May 13-Frnncisco I Madero provisional presi- dent of Mexico is in complete control of the situation hero tonight after a series of tilts with General Pascual Orozco who was. prominent in the In- surrecto attack on the city. The coolness existing between Madero and Orozco and the escape of General Juan Navarro to the American side this aftornoon form the day's exciting events In the ancient capitol of Mexico and present military center of the provisional army. OKOZCO DEMANDED RESIGNATIONS. The first serious clash between Madero and Pascual Orozco camo about this morning when the latter galloped up to Madero's headquarters and in- formed tho provisional .president that ho was under arrest because he had .'not f...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 May 1911

AGK THRFJ Future of the Democratic IParty Address by Woodroto Wilson before City Club Los Angeles A One Week White Sale L0S ANGELES CAl. May l3.-Gov. Woodrow "Wilson of New Jorsoy was tho orator of the evening at ft mooting df tho City Club In the auditorium herd .tonight. Ho Bald lti part! It must bo ovldont to every ono that larty lines aro being very much ob- scured; that moro and moro men aro holding themselves frco io follow this lender or that according as their own perception of tho public Interest dic- tates And bo a groat many new terms hnvo como Into our politics. It is omuBing to note their variety and tho wny in which men aro Booking la- bels for thomsolves and for their op- ponents. Tho classification most in fashion is that of "progressives and reactionaries" and I daro say thoso terms will Borvo as well as any athor to oxproBB tho real contrasts which now begins to show themselves In our liolitlcal action. It is interesting to me as a dc- crat to hotq.thatjtyhllo wo h...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 May 1911

MNt M MiullJU1 MII'W TO1 r 7 lima) tUMMM'""" """"" m.Ui W(iiii'ih ' V i " - i AGK FOtJB ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER BY A&ILENB PRINTING COMPANY flUSSCKITTION BATKSl yr .$1.00 . .60 Kit red a second claBfl mall at Abilene Tea October 14 1908. ! Mtai. pertaining to business should T ad dr ;" wr or some particular dopvtmout and not to Individ- ' Hi. m la their absence their mall will not opened. Much cks and postofflce and express order should be payable to the ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. atocribors falling to receive their papr regularly will !rVr a favor upon the management by reporting came Ho business office. All papers should be delivered y w ... j i. iurrtr to tint made by 7:01) 1:N each afternoon aim -. -- yelock p. m. report samo to tho Business o. :co. . erroneous reflection upon the character8tandlrig or fwnUtlon of any person firm or corporation which may Zw la the columns of The Reporter will be gladly cor- VtcUd upon Its being brought to the attention of the firm. TELEP...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 May 1911

5p" s$r h page nni JUAREZ i-Trri Conditions Existing Since Defeat BY MRS. JESSIE HATCHELL The following letter from Mrs Jesse Hiitcholl Wife of the missionary to Mexico to her brother John R. Spaul- tlltig of thlB city gives somo Intimate gllrn'psOs Into tho Juarez situation nftcr the battle not Been elsewhere. El Paso May 10 1011. John R. Spauldlng Abllciio Texas. My Dear Brother.- Tho reason Mr. Untchcli sent you tho telegram was thnt thtf report was pretty generally circulated that I had been shot and Bro. HaiiHs waB afraid that you would hear about It and perhaps be worried but wo got out during tho firing and have been safe InEl Paso ever slncov A Uncle Shock and Surprlno The attack was such a Bhock and surprise to'mo that It now seems like n troubled dream. You know they talked peace for thirteen days tho ar- mistice having ended at one-thirty Saturday afternoon. It wad announced that Diaz would not resign and Ma- dero had Bald It meant war to the end. Junrcz Perfect Ferment J...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 May 1911

JTAiBB SIX WTJ Totdn and Country Boy n Every iuah who has n spark of lovo in hla soul naturally feels of maul tests an Interest In the boys. The boys aro tlio frame work of a structure which gd to make great won and the training of a .boy has nB much to do with the moulding of his future as hta breeding. The best evidence of this compare fiho average omjMg with the coun- try lad reoreU under different envir- onments; one Is reared In a puro at Biosphere isolated from evil comimi- alcallona nniTivH surroundings while tho other encounters snares and temp- tation on every corner. While most d the town boys arc ldlltng away the kest and most useful years or their lives tho country lud is busily engaged making hay While the sun shlnqsf Nn- turally tho child Is more lfroiio to jield to temptations on account of their tender ago than those of more aaature years. The country boy feels that his lot Is a hard one and that ho is being badly mistreated when he hns So rise before dawn and labor ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 May 1911

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Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 May 1911

-iuyjjiitci'Ig'X'r'I'''.r';"'ri'r;::i'j "' "'i' ' 'ft " " fl' " it. r. .. . .i..i MwliWitiiiwIgjWtemiitffflTiffl'ln'f1 SEnSRBSRS OF r ' lb EIGHT lliirr nrirrrimn A WANT AD. May Save You Moiicy in More Ways Thau Onu Try a WantArf LANrXDUYEUS nro beginning to show up nnd if you want to sell farms or Abilene property you'd boiiter list with the advertising firm of Necly & Morris. 2G-4 flifc urt ouninnuc FOR JOHN DEITZ Gufw6e(fc "QaiTc CostaT. "OaiAa AUVi Wvcc VJilUHCT KKTl'UNKI) SATUHDAY IN FAMOUS MUUEU CASE AT 1IOWA1M) WIS. Strong Tkavams GeveA Viis "VPMk S$ oml 3oWV vesA ve e.eevVvoxva uxvAevve Wems quo suve o Ve avaeei o vs sove. "5vvs e Wvvvi pe. Stoo& AXaVues Vw ew$ deavm vyovou us jfa ox ave ve oe.Yw$ Mm Two numbers worthy of special mention are our men's 3oc nud 50c Athletic Underwear. For the prices ivc are offering absolutely the best values obtainable. Men's Athletic Underwear at 50c Checked Nainsook or cross bar undershirts and drawers ; shirts made coat style Athlet...

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