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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 February 1911

- mm fifi ! i www i ii .an i iwii - .. in i I il i ii . nm wi i i i ill hi n i i ii hiiwiih i i ! ! in I i - - . -- l i n i Natures Gif t fooip the Staiiiy South IK rt f W TJinTu'"'? 1 ( ft ifnV -V31 eidhens your life &i tr smfe. l Hl W mmMM& 1 1 J 9 d 1 i.:. 9 Ppi "lcy ye 4 tl I u ' '?. ft m Vf L 4 ! I The source and ma Sunny Southland' process. From Cottolene is made Compare the sotirce as to the compara oeaV awdi "SevsoaaV (TUESDAY.) Ia E. Ralph and wlfo of Dallas arc among the prospectors In the city. Mr. Ralph may conclude to settle In Abi- lene and purchase a home. Wlss Amy Jones of Thurber is in -Abilene the guest of her couBin Miss Alice Jones In the 3outh paft of the city. J. "M. Harris returned yeBterday af- ternoon from a. brief business trip to Texarkana Marshall and other polnU east. S. L; Denny of Baird is a visitor in Abilene and will be in the city until lonignc ai miuniunu. -i im. Land left over tho Wichita Val- yestcrday eveiiln? or Wichita Falls to accept ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 February 1911

DR. WILLIAMSON. II PASTOR THIRD BAPTIST CHURCH OP ST. LOUIS DELIVERED STRONG ADDRESS REDEMPTION THROUGH BLOOD St LoHislHHi'ProftcHod From Eplioslans Gave Doctrines of tho Baptist Church How tho Shed DIood of Jesus Saves. (WEDNESDAY.) Dr. William J Williamson pastor of tho Third Baptist church of St'i Louis Mo. mado his debut bororo tho people of Abilene last night and those who heard him arc Baying today that on but two occasions have visitors to Abilene and speakers In tho First Bap- tist church spoken such an address as he delivered to approximately -"i ono thousand people Dr. Williamson vies with Dr. George W. Truett of Dallas and Dr. William Lyon Phelps of Yale University In being tho most enter- taining speaker of the Baptist denom- ination who has been heard by a local audience. Dr. Williamson chose for hlB text 'Epheslans 1st chapter 7th Verso: "In whom wo have redemption through His blood tho forgiveness of sins accord- ing to tho riches of His grace." Tho theme for tho even...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 February 1911

' " r - ti-tv-'r- ' "V7 " y r r-' .m-?- t TAfll SITBK "W$ R. j; &: i V m; 'xSL. " :v ' . "WATCHOOT FOR DEPEW". ADVICE "OF NEW YORKER Craft Old Dcpublican May Slip Ono Oyer Whllo Ills Enciulos ' Arc Busy Wrangling. . (TUESDAY.); 'Traveling salcBiricn can usually talk - ' ' Intelligently about almoBt any topic under the sun. Thoy know tho best shows on tho road tho batting aver- ages of tho ten leading swatters In tho big leagues and genorally keop protyty ' wofl up on politics. T. 0. Browne of Now York City trav cling representative of a big shirt house who was among tho visitors In Abllcno ycBterday apparently knows tho political situation In his state al- most fls well as Col. Murphy of Tam? many Hall. Mr. Browne Is a Demo crat) to tho core hence a big business in Tcns and; Arkansas the two states in his territory. Speaking of the Senatorial muddle (he used that word) In his Btate Mr. Browne said: "Wo Now York travelers are a long ' ways from home but Wo don't fall to buy the p...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 February 1911

" t A i JrAtf fc 'C htfr r (1T"" i""' "! r ' Sef.aY ot awj vrexitova 5eVm&xii. SxVrt SptctaVs owtA exjcTft 12 yd bolt Vnl LnceB QKn special .. Zllu One Big tablo of BpGcIal priced Gowns Skirts Chemise and draw ers !Laco And Embroidery trimmed ...... $200 New Muslin Underwear Skirts Gowns corset covers all BpecIaUy priced at $1.00 75c values ind Assortment of 20c and 25c values In Embroideries' Special ;.15c 25c Muslin corset covers and drawers . Table of 35c and 40c Em- broideries all widths 25c (Jorsct covers Flouncing and Band 1 Band 39c embroideries values up to 60c special . . . . Torchon and Val La:eB C Special at per yard.... ill lb it Sale of Mualin Gowns- corset cov ers drawers and skirts Jer garment 50c Wear Well 3C-in. full bleached domestic per n rard ". v Illb Damask and pure tnblo linen rallies from 35c fl Eft to $ JU New shipment of woven Tissues and Egyptian Zephyrs price AP- per yard Jb New Lustral Silks white Blue Pink and Lavender per .OP pard Jb One lot childr...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 February 1911

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER zti" VOLUJH3 XXXI AHILENE 3XXAS TUESDAY RORY 7 1011. NU1HKR tS. w .; HOU EDI EDMl GILL pjtoposed measure would give conties power to siake compulsory law SUP in II COLQUIII Committee on Finance Takes Sides With Attorney General Senate In Session Today After . 1 Das' Vacation. S S By Associated PreBS. " AUSTIN Feb. C The House was ''In session thfs morning' and during the ' entire forenoon discussed the 1)111' giv- ing counties tho power to make ffduo tlan compulsory withlirtliolr borders. Lengthy arguments wore indulged In both pro and con principally con. Senal1 in Session Today. The Ko irto is in a desultory tprt of session jtodav the first bIuco Wenes- day of last week Numerous now bills and petitions are rrying for attention. Full session will not be hnd until to- morrow v hen tho last of tho Flnnnco Committee members arrive from their tours of state Institutions. HOUSE SWATS 3IR. COLQUITT. Committee Reports Favorably Petition of Atty. General For Sp...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 February 1911

AS TWO JUUUU . ENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER yer . Heaths SUBSCRIPTION KATES J :::::;::::;:::::::::::4" .$1.00 . .60 TELEPHONES $Mtae6s and Circulation S "W G-Y Jloborts C-7Ono Ring Editorial Ofllco Roberts 151. rf- Aattereu a8 second class mail at Abilene Texas October 14 1908. Abllcno could make no better Investment during tho present year than to put as much monoy In now collogo "bulldlugB ns Was placed last year in church structures Th buildings aro needed. ' i Tho El Paso papers havo been issuing Bpcclal edi- tions every few hours for several days giving tho war sows of Mexico especially tho operations In and around Juarez. Tho rebels have been Very active in Oils sec- lion of the Republic. Keep hammering away on tho proposition . of parking T & P. railway right-of-way going through - tho busl- xoss district. Tho officials of tho road have" been liberal In their promises but It Is well to keep them Impressed -with tho importance of an early start oil theso Improvements. RESULTS ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 February 1911

TnTwTSfrv'WpWpHiiP V & w i1'! w. m w V f. I t SENATOR FiERECE B. WARD OFGLEBURNE IN ABILENE Lender of Pros In Seumo Hero lo Inspect Epileptic Colony; Compliments City. llf 4At..i it AltllnMj. Mt(n . ............ sant with tho affairs of tho Colony and public opinion hero wpuld doploro his removal. This ostlmatlbn of Dr. Cnrrlck's fitness for tho position In question Is no nccldont of local partiality as Is amply proven by the endorsements of his qualifications that have bcon inado by a great many oihincnt physicians. J PAUK TNRir State Senator PIcrCo B. Ward of Clo- uurne from tho 10th District was among tlio visitors In Ablloiii1 Saturday Senator Ward arrived over tho Texas & Pacific Saturday morning and Bpenti the day with his friend and colleague Senator W. J. Bryaii of AKIene. "Aly visit here" said Senptor Ward "Is to inspect the State Epileptic Col- ony In company with the t.ub-commlt-tco appointed from tho Finance Com- tnlttec and to see what Abilene needs In thorny of...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 February 1911

"T'TJW)'" -vi-. . VftMt TflUJt I r I t . EGIE ILL FILLED SUNOAT A .GREAT f QKCOtTItSK ATMSHEII JLEGULAIl MONTHLY MEETING OF OLD CONFEDERATES DR. 0. H. COOPER SPEAKER Sm of the fcoiith Dclhori'd Stirring Eulogy on Gen. Jtohcrt E. Leo; Slum oil Idealistic Side of Sbutli's Great Lender. Carnegie Hnll wns filled Sunday af- ternoon Mrs. BetUo Bledsoe president of the United daughters of tho Confed- eracy presided and Mrs. John J Clin- ton was mistress of ceremonies while Chief Clinton did the honors or usher A moro magnificent lot of men could not bo mustered anywhere grouped In tho center their white and gray heads towering .above all tho rest and surrounded by tho Sons and Daugh- ters and visitors rich in youth beauty and enthusiasm. The beauty of the old is their white heads and the beautrj of tho young is their strength. Tho program opened with the hymn led by Mrs. Bass at the piano: "Nearer My God to Thee" followed by flu In- vocation by Comrade Eubanks. "Furl that Banner" was foell...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 February 1911

. .!". wrjpfYjrj.yj-.r r.'wrvr.r"' ii rA YlflJ A "Magic Red Mark" Sale - $$ "if" .3 i rs 'i-ij '. . Sci 'lT"-w mmiim$$ziyi:xv:: : : . j.-. r pmk .khiVFuuk i . & 2crwker ywakws..ivtiti.ifj ' r--. :. . . ynrAa? r . i r imEViMrt-rrfr'i.'tfcv.wi:. s& . -ar. iiMTsft!wsr:!V.r-.;;r ra&saEtsi v " mmrz m iksi-nirt'T-ri f u. i- V '.. .. '. P m fr ft 'Ty L't t- . ' W ' . fa V HcJuTfl 1 pwrB BKW3Kli t? & 7 . v 4 T 5BIA t ' ' fgg5.-V.rA'r-.?.'vV : A nlE3:. u fts&5w ' ERE is the explanation of the mystifying magic red s marks that every one is talking about mysteriously suddenly on all sides- all around towh--the last few days the magic red mark appeared .a" What did they v mean" nas Deen the universal question. Here is the answer. The Magi.c Red-Marks are symbols of a Great Red Mark Sale that begins here tomorrow (Monday) and continues one week. This is sale event of . unprecedented importance. It is a greater and more sleeping sacrifice of fresh and dependable merchan dise t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 February 1911

-. v . IGE SIX &tttiVro Rs TAoWvvw mv& T&fccVivj& &MVOTaV"NteasuYc aua "Per Titm"RWVa Sxw AUSTIN Feb 4. Governor Colquitt as discovered that In the now state oposttory law there la a fatal defect r. lrt ttrirlcln tia anltrlfv tfnt tlin 1 i .. !.. .. . im. aombors of the legislature and a bill vlll bo Introduced to correct the error fts tho net has already gone through 1b hands nnd received his approval together with a two-third vote of )oth branches of tho legislature on the imergcncy clnuse which put the law 'nto effect tho mqment he Blgnod '1U Tho net Provides that securities to resolution hns not reached the gov- 30 placed on deposit with the state I oronor's office as yet .'the house not jenBurer by-tho depositors shall be' having concurred In tho senate amend- approved securities of "par value" nients. While th6 legislature lias done They may be bonds of counties cities so little In the way of real legislation jtc. Some of the best bonds availablc.it is maki...

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

VAGT. SETKJf .' f.$ : iX r m.- 'fe ll w FAKAtiHAPJIS WOUTJI PONDERING and a big crop of lice. Pithy nnd Pointed They're Picked from Host Farm Papers For He ltorter Patrons. ' "I wouldn't bo bothered with wealth And tho euro its Keeping attends; But I want 'what is richer good health And a bovy of bonny good friends." Every voter In Texas would cast a ballot for u "state wido" rain. Free wool will make cheaper wool nnd ohoapor wool will make cheaper cotton. Tho high price of farm products is largely responsible for tho high price of tillablo Innd. Cattle prices wore marked down a few notches tho past week stRl prices for good beeves are by no means as low as w6 have seen them. Lettuce may bo grown while the soil is quite cool. If the plants aro pro tected In cxtrchiely Cold .weather. Plant in a cold frame and cover In freezing weather. The weather has .been so warm thus far during tho winter that tho egg supply should be abundant But as a matter of fact prices are holding up remarkab...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 February 1911

? i jrT -"n f WMMfM IMHK 8. fW""T' MHH SB SKI V SVitt yriccs aV rAvcv xduvIcv qoote arc oftmA. xc-yrcsMvt samces sxcv as Vva)6 acUom Vmi xwaac v v.s sccWoxv awd p secure Wic aYUtvVum ava IwUxcst oj cnit$ ccoTvomvcaV svorp&T. "NoWw vs txs&yy)c& a comUU cAcar&c& oj GREAT ttNDERWEARTJLEARAtoCE xsow a your clinncc to save on any nnucrwour you mil linvc to buy. Thcso low prices should interest you.- LADIES' UNDERWEAR CLEARANCE Ladies' 50c Union Suits 39c iWdies' GOc Vests and Pants ...; .39c Ladies' 'Son Vests and Pants . i -25c Ladies' 25e Pants onc'tot . . . 19c Ladies' L50 Wool Union Suits f.$l 10 LadieVLTO Wool Union Suits f 5c MISSES UNDERWEAR CLEARANCE GOc Union Suits for 50o Union Suits for 40c and 33c "Union Suits for v. 50cita3VoTMitfv$ Zz Ten pieces of 27-in. flouncing rcyularly worth oOe and G3c wilP be offered tomorrow as an. extra special 'value at 29c; deeply embroidered on soft smooth material QDn in showy pretty designs the yard 0b BOYS UNDERWEAR CLEAR...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 February 1911

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER " VOLUME XXXI JtUILRNE TEXAS FRIBAY FEBRUARY 10 11J. T NTMHUK It. I f ' US I' w u Mf l ft SENATE PASSES DAYLIGHT BILL TOTE VAS 15 TO 11? ANTIS WERE SOLID AGAINST IT VETO IS LOOKED FOB. HOUSE PASSES COURT BILL El i'nso and Amnrlllo Dcclnre Fence Joint 1UU Fussed; Governor Will Slim; Roosevelt Addresses Legislature March 11. AUSTIN Feb 9. Tie Senate pass- ed tbo daylight bill thlB morning by a vote of 15 to 11. The pros solidly supported ltu paBsago and the nntls aB solidly opposed it. The antis tried to postpone u vote but were defeated. The bill now goes to the Governor who will veto. In this event it looks like the measure will never become a Jaw for the pros cannot command enough Voles In the Senate to pass it over tb Governor's veto. An amend- ment to n.ike Us provisions optional with c'ltv councils .was. also defeat- ed. " ' ' Senate Concurs With House. Thd Sonnte concurred with the House pmehdmonl on the McNoaluB primary election bill whlCh now goes...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 February 1911

FAE TWO OR0ZC0 IN HIDING; FEDERALS UNEASY Much Speculation Indulged In As To Probable Whereabouts of Rebel General 18TH INFANTRY BUTCHERED 'Flower of Mexican Army" Almost Annihilated by Large Rebel Forces; Federals in Jaurez Think Orozco Is Planning to Box Them up and . . Attack City of Chihuahua BY ASSOCIATED PRESS - ( . BL PA3D Fob.7. Still deep in mystery Uiis morning about the move- ments of lh insurrecto lcadors Orozco AlanlB ond Blanco Culdad Juarez rpawed a renUcss night Tho city was heavily sentrled. Pplico and soldiers liept up a never Ceasing w.alch from tho tops of the highest bitlldlrttffl ana all ppp'.oachcB to tilio town werri closely wMcheuN Col. Rabago whoso llmqly arrival 1b believed to have saved tltc city from certain fall has hls- lorces strctbed over a wide territory and at tho. first. alarm will order an Immediate engagement Juarez will not su'Tendcr without a bloody bat- Ule.It la not believed Orozco can take the city u&lcss'ho has received reln- torcomont...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 February 1911

fAl ? '-. ..? &' S''. v- ' . i -'. t V ' i .; V- (s. :&:!;; .-.' . M'l K ' . .. r ; ' I V. '; -S:.:. j . ' ." '4 i h DAYLIGHT BILL UP IN SENATE DISCUSSION CONTINUES ENTIHE UOltSlXG) SENATE ADOPTS MINORITY REPORT. HOUSE HOPELESSLY SPLIT Efforts to Kill Proposed ApPClnlo Court nt El Paso Meet "Wltti Storm of Protest From Tlic West Tcxans. Uy Associated Press.- AUSTIN Feb. 8 Amid a day of ex- citement Interspersed with lengthy and heated debates pn the part of the pro and nntl factions the Senate dis- cussed tho daylight closing bill throughout the morning session. After many resolutions had been offered and many amendments put forth the Senate took recess without decisive action. .Minority Report Adopted. Tho pros showed their teeth today by adopting the minority report on the bill by a voto of 18 to 9 some of tho anil Senators voting with them.' Tho committee which had the bill In duress returned a majority unfavorable re- .port. A minority favorable report was sent ill with ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 February 1911

rou v TAtVcteVo CoWtoWs "SvnX YtbWwVww CoxtvpaT&A& 5Aem&i& n 5btrV "Saxm "DaU issued ty Vie Cwvsyls Times -WASHINGTON. D. C Fob. 8-r-Tk rapidity with which tho National Capital 1b extending its business' and jMWcntlnl nrct and tho continual -wJOrtr&wal from farm operations of Hying land. In tho District of Col- umbia are manifested in tho first of- ficial Btatement from tho Census Bu- reau rclntlvo to tho qgrlculturtl statis- tics of the District of Columbia collect e at tho Thirteenth Decennial United States Census April' & 1010 which -was issued today by Census Director Darand. It Is baBcd on a preliminary com--parUvo BUmmnry submitted to tho1 The- reported value of farm Imple- ments and machinery was $62000 in 1910 as against ?13G000 in 1000. Of tho whole number 214 of fnrms reported in 1010 there woro 202 or 94 per cont operated "by white far- mers ns compared with n total of 2CD farms jin 1900 of which 252 or 94 per cent were conducted by white far- mors...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 February 1911

iak rim i ."'. J v. : . - ;' iiA .)'' 'h ' . . " . ';'- $1 : '''. ''' r -i; 7 . .'. . ... ; 'i '."' '."it" '. '".. ' ' ' '' M . .:: -r- 1 'm&tvaa&wteTs lulUwsas &toxs"Rvwm.m's Svwmnapj CotootivVm ttw State m W0'9 WASHINGTON D. C Fob. G. A pro 1903 and $30000 in 1904. In this con- llmlnnry statement of Uio general re- ( iiectlo'n it should bo stated that tho suits of the Census of manufactures Inquiry contained in the census sChed- for the stato Of Kansas was issued day by CeiiBUB Director Duratid. It'con Ital botli owned and borrowed And slsts of a summary comparing tho ilg- invested in tho business but excludes uro's for 1904 and 1909 by state totals I the valuo of rented property plant or prepared under tho direction of Mr.joQuIpmcnt which waB employed in the William M. Steuart chief statistician coliducti Of manufacturing enterprises. for manufactures Bureau of tho Cen-.In bus. Steam laundries aro given a separ- ate pr.esonHjitlon. because the Thlr- toelith CcnsiiB wn...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 February 1911

FH SIX ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER SUKSt'Kll'TK KATES J I'KKSEXT liKGISLATt'ItC t'O.Hl'OSED OF GOOD MEN The Dallas News In spelling of tho present legislature 1 1ms tho following to Bay of 'hell work and liu personnel. Editorial Office Roberts 151 lb. jear ..... '.. ........ $1.00 The Reporter heartily endorses what tho News says: PU Months .......... .................. 60! "Lawmaking is Impqrlant .work nriil hasto is likely Ina erroneous reflection upon tlie elioracter.stnmllng or to niako not only waste but blunder. Rut tho best w&utatlon of any person firm or corporation which may reasou of nil why this Legislature ought not to be- appear In the columns of The Reporter will bo gladly cor- como impatient to disperse in that there nro at least ton rooted upon Its being brought to the attention of tho firm. ' or twlovo measures ponding that aro of extraordinary . . i.1jri)vEh "' -! Importance. Wo don't rccu.l a Texas legislature that -. . n....i.iH a to. firf.'nnw.. r..7 n ni J...

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

'7 rt- It wy - Wf - -1 yr" TAfli tirnr m ' V'. v. H v i kto . O- .' v . . i -J '.'V . ! V J I ' l . ( PAVEMENT PARAGRAPHS. Ticked Vu nnd Put in Print 1jr A Ilc- nortcr Pencil Pusher. Taylor county commissioners court convenes hero next Monday. Only a few furmcrB In Ablleno dur- ing the past weok 1b evldenco that tho hoys nro busy. J. K. Ward of tho Misfit Clothing Company liaa gone to New York to buy Bprlng tnd Bummer goods. A. C. Woodnrd of near Iberls made his quarterly vlslti to- Abllcne this week to bco about his pouslon money. M. R. C. CrcsB of Sambo and Rev S T. Morrl3 of Tyo had their Repor- ter figures moved forward whllo In Abilene Monday. J. W Sanderd Trent route 2 and F.k P. Carter. Merkel. route 2 we.ro added to tho new list of Reporter readers while In Abilene Mondty.. J. L. Andrews of near Carbon In EaBtland county accompanied by his family 1b hero visiting his son-in-law J. T Jennings on Mesquite and North Ninth streets. r Miles Morton of Merkel made his daughter Mrs....

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

rvnKs. Some ypecva& 5ov 5om.ovvoB !V T S&Ve SUxws "Sot ys 1&oyy Sv" &&&Wow o Ww sove uW. o V&y$&ws oeve &m$ our ebvviav G&&ymi$ SaVe fce maVie. A a We movs a vaevoe o ou ve.vfc omovvox) oyi soms ea&va )a- xes vtv AJDVU Soo&s TftusYixvooeav aTv4iSmViYo&ev3Voxxvdw. 15c PEUSIAX 1AW.V 9c . Sheer white Persian Lawn nice quality even threads Binooth weave ;a good value at regular price. Here tomorrow Q only . t Uu 53c A"1 C"c ItTSL1JWEAU 39c Corset Covers Drawers Skirts and Downs lace and embroid- ery trimmed well made of plain and cross-bar Nainsook. QQn Special for tomorrow . . . . J Q b .V)c EJlBHOlBEKY FLOUNC- ING SJ90 Regular 27-luch embroidery Flouncing deeply embroidered on soft smooth material pretti- ly embroidered In showy de- signs. Regular 50c qual- Qfl lty. Tomorrow's 'special... Ob T&ofs audi &VrVs SocVivVQs-5pdaV DaVwes TuVav 20c ae y'OdVA iosfc as coVovs aW. x&xx soeV woty svls oy toos awit $A.s s)eevaV pv...

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