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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 3 June 1910

vkmr jHVttfct rm wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmtmimmmmim I i fyHsWfw yVPi PYj- I MY AWII4WB HUNTIM OOMfAMT SNAIMiroMntlllll 0o. ir AurlstWri M. H. KkttVi M. . HmIm. 1lwimTrtTN rAWi ( iiiiiniiniiMimiiihdiiim i t lM W MUM hhH4hiiiihii" 'J'"1." W .V ietauwta rntlMlktll ' MttM UtS Gfcnntefef. MANdrftK W rtwUtlo 6f any priK)n Urn or corofrnMoii witter amy Dfr 'In tho colnmns of Tho Rewrter Will t ntftdly ear Tettal apqn Its being brought to tha attstttloB of the flrw. Vmmtb pertaining to busmen should bo addressed te tke ytr or tome prtlclar depArUmat but not to Individ- mta m In their abaaiie their Mali will not be opened. Drafts chocks and postnfflce or expresa orders should be payable to the Abilene fhintinu uuwai. TELEPHONES slates and Circnlatlon 8. Vf 6-7; Roberts 6-7One Ring Editorial Office Roberts 151 ymoj(lAwUt- Jsttered as Becond clans mall at Abilene Taxas October 14 1908 EXCHANGE ECHOES. Plant Bonio o thoso crops which doso well here and BBOn which tho hog will thrive and add hogs t...

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

wm.wwimT rxnm nrx. rW t9r ' - - .. . ' fc.r . K ' nftorufi T 10 ill i. .? nuujciLLi ia mi flRHT m AWN AM) YJCftXHUUY IN GU1X nU AiTONIMMKS HKITISH XATIOX. NEWSPAPERlS TAKE SIDES . CeHsonaUro rress Dofcads CohcIr- sIohs Drawn b AnerfcaR Liberal Organs Take lssae IXibate OcBtlcHWKly aBd Calmly. l3y Associated FresB LONDON Juno i Theodore Roose- velt's speech at Guild Hall yesterday on British" possessions and dependen- cies and "England in Egypt continued today to bo featured by English news- jiaporaas ttie sensation of tho hour. Staid old London Is aghast at tho dar lng utterances of tho returning hunter and JloosevelVs namo Is on every lip today. The conservative riresa defends Ills conclusions while tho liberal pa- pers opposohls deductions with equal seriousness.' Tho debate Is being car- Tied on In a dignified fashion and "both alctdB of the controversy havo nothing but words of pralso for Col. Jlboscvelt. - .. RoosoTOlt Met Boot LONDON May 31 Former President Hoosovelt had an op...

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

I (Ml - R-A - l .nri 5 ft w -. "c e?22 OS x i m I i ' I) IS- Ife? A Mammoth Merchandise Movement .. U4Z p I Planned for Entire Month of June OUR SALES FOR JUNE 1909 exceeded those of any previous June in the entire history of this business. The'progressive policy of this store demands that wie must not orilv etiual. but surnass that With that end in view we have during the pasbirty days canvassed the jobbing houses and factories in the East for phenomenal values for the most imrjjmant sale event ever attempted by a mer- chant in Abilene. A writable land slide of prices for June is tiCr result. In addition to thousands of dollars worth of new under-priced merchandise that will be on salMd decisive price pruning will prevail through-' out our regular stock. . '4 record in June 1910. Read Prices Carefully;theSea Ladies Wash Coat Suits Half Pribe Hundreds of wisb suits here to select f row .beautiful new styles in linen lineW an weave in -white and all popular colors. Your summer vacati...

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

ijj?rifi- --wmmr&7gpTBF?r'i "sssJsWsiWsaswrtsssfcpiBispBss ABILENE DRY GOODS COM P3 NY'S Big Gigantic Bargain Carnival Sale Continues with Unabated Activity and Success .... . . . i r i - . s o v. The past two days of successful selling'has proved the jgwrainenegs and effectiveness of this Mighty' Sal Thousands of enthusiastic buyers have visjChiur &jfresQerthe opening day; they bought too and went away well pleased only to add more enjjlrasiasmthisreat Bargain Event. This Sale Is No Bluff or Windy. It is a veritable Cyclone of undouj) torce oi reienuessnf ss mat miyne ty. There are positively NQB bierest reductions ire in the of profits or to wo: in Fifteen Days. I Bargains will get s falll in line follow t every department of enormous Price Concessions that has hit this town with a this section and recognized as a great money saving opportuni- OR LEAIfflRSin this Sale The whole store is on sale and the where yoget the most good -from them. It's not a time to think conditio...

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

IMMattayaMMI Tl UMS WftllWlrWIW(fr'ttiStMa JL A"UEil w. fciijjgiite m - BP:iggyjBBSBr' 8 m in ' I'tS IK H.1- Abilene Country Farmers Wht Tfcty'rt N Mm Im mm! ft it. : ly $ L H Tho M? Ion u will ronm In tlino When MpHnfctliiin chill departs Will itotlilim tmt n Harlow knlfa Ttft'Jl tnkn nnotlicr Irnso of life Ami enrvn It to llio heart. J. 0 Montgomery raj's tho bIiirIhb nt ricnannt Hill lust Smulny was InrKoly attended. t 0a Anhby at Joucb county ennto III Bundny night and Was With Ills brother Will when operated on here for np- pcndlcttlR. W. S Mnrtln of Oilln has thnnka for -Mb ronawnl sent In by Tom Windham Ills figures tiro now In tho 1011 col. bum Q. "V. Roach living out on Elm brought In n two bushel tub filled with grcon bonus frcsli from his garden. J. D. ABklns wns over from Tyo "Wed nesday tho first he had mado ub for seven months. Charley Mnhnn and wlfo of Balrd wore hero WtidneBduy morning enroute to Bangs Brown county on a visit. Bob and Mrs Jeffries old Centerlln- ers ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 3 June 1910

run mtkm ?BBlS?ya5SF'nMSy' ft' f tt: ft- r STWW NUJT IE IMQI IT SWPBJ NK CD Y"4ft!i f AWk lne ttwwrtHHy j Hfuwr Thflr fw tttumr. For tho purpose of determining; Just how Ike people of Abllcnn staad on the ' gubflrnntnrlHl nltUatlon the Bradflold Drag Company today placed a box on Ui light post fronting tholf establish- . went Into which votora can drop a 1 ballot Tho straw vote will bo counted 'Saturday to satisfy al lpartles who coflccdo tho city's vote to first ono and then anothor gubernatorial candi- date. -The voto Is vory regular. Precautions are being taken to seo that no person registers more than ono voto Voting Began at three o'clock thisraftornoon .and tins been brisk through tho even- kg. v tt la a timely. Idea and the result as announccd Saturday likely In. Sunday's Reporter will doubtless bo viewed with interest and aa enlightening. d " "Toll some desdrvlng Rhoumatlc Biif- fbrer that there Is yet ono simple way to cortaln roilof. Get Dr. Shoop's rp66k on Rheumatism and...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 3 June 1910

mm ANmr . ''ftWNWMWiN-yiilfcMMWW ..fcMjui.jt. JJ.'L-. - . : v T RUT hi jmhm MHtf MM - flBAkw . NUMBER if B n . fa ji. - -k E Don't at any rate lie down and look at life as a steam roller; bound to crush you ff at VERYONE has some surplus cash af his command which would be iii- vested if the right proposition presented. The right proposition is CaF if ornia Oil. Never in the history of this country has anything proven so Profitable. To every class of people the urge of this investment is equally compelling. To those of large means it will more safely conserve their funds arid insure their greater increase than any other investment. -To the salaried man it is the goal which heretofore has retreated before him as he plodded oru To the wage-earner it is nothing less than .economic fealvi !ion. vol It Is doautf ul If any age in history has over presenter the same remarkable chances for. t'rofitttMe Investment which the present age affords. All American industries are grow ing Jso rapidly...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 7 June 1910

V ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER VOl.UXJt XXX. ABILENE TEXAS m:HlUVjr.K7hM NUMBER S. DOGTORS PUN FOR NEGRO STRUCK DOWN GIRLS AND WAS SHOT THROUGH CELL BARS OLD SOLDIERS IN 0 6 MEETING SESSION DM TO Hi; Hill I) IN Sl.yW) CLUB ROOMS TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT 2 O'CLOCK. WILL INCREASE MEMBERSHIP Cosncllor Phoenix of Colorado Do- eWrt'j Taylor CoHBty Association -Should Double Membership la Next Few Weeks. lir. N. J. Phoenix councilor or this district of Medical Societies has writ- tea to Dra. M. M. Carrlck S. C Gage N. W. Campbell P. E. Hayncs and .J. M. Alexander of Abllono' and Dr. Uarlon Armstrong of Morkel nppolnt- lag them a committee to work up new members for the next regular meeting pf the Taylor1 coutnjr Medical Society Which takes place tomorrow Tuesday; afternoon at two o'clock in the-25000 club rooms on Pino Btreet Dr. Phoenix who makes Colorado his headquarters will be here to attend the meeting and will make an address on the lines of increasing membership. His visit will b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 7 June 1910

!rSTffw'FiiiWp For an Active June Business I: Wat$h eur Wlndaws fir spialal displays attd ef- firings n'at mentlenad In the newspapers. 1 Household and. Table Linen 60 inch full flench table linen In thrco now tloslrnblo patterns wor.th regularly 35c a good serviceable bvery day cloth priced OKn hero only ...... ..&uli lfcxl8 Inch hemmed morcerlzcd nap- kins to nintch the above good enough-for homofolks use QRn per dozen only k Uub Unbleached Turkish bath towels bIzc 21x48 Inches regular 25c Boi- lers hero and every whore IQ each .. .......... lUb Colored .Turkish Bath Rugs size .21x42 Inches a necessity In evory bath room 50c value "" QQ each ..... uub White Hemmed Counterpanes size 72x82 Inches two7 of our. regular sellers at $1.28 and $135 fl1 flfl this weak at each $ I UU 36x42 Inch Hemmed bleach pillow cases selling regularly at 1fln 15c each this week for lUb 66 Inch soft-nap German Table felt or silence cloth seamless JCflft per yard . . . ullC SteveiiB 1G . inch unbleach...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 7 June 1910

MMf'WMiiT nn Mfttlig. T1'RmATt.Ttr!T m. - mw KHMMtll.'M.II.-t. p & r I-.': I A -i t . j M2V "-a- -U.i Ki& & m rt- Au '.'.' (A'-.- I.-1 t. I :..- -I t.v i" A- '- Si" : ; .!.'- & X-' ?; w fe: Vjr ufe If- ?: " A 4: &. SUHilSStONISTS START GMHPMBM mmms hkarinm mm namkb MimT MM HAB MR PRtfKNTA. TION TO ttMMITTIK PfllHDEXTER FAVORS IT Dnl. J. R. . (iambrcll and Gcerflp Rankin Lead the Movement Thftt Is Intended to bo Noa-Partisan. participate. POINOEXTER DALLAS. Juno 2. Every minister '. every chapter of tho W. C. T. U. and .pvery prohibition organlatlon In tho stato will bo enlisted In an effort to accUro the 33.000 petitioners that wilt be necessary to have tho question of submission placed on tho ballot of the v .Democratic primary July 23. As theso petitions must be In the hands of tho atate Democratic executive commlttco "by tho tlmo if meets n this city June 13 no time will. be. lost in getting tho ' jpetition In. circulation. Jndoed so rapid has been tho work of...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 7 June 1910

15 MATCHLESS SELLING DAYS Relentless Price Cutting Every Day a Bargain Carnival Da f THE ABILENE DRY GOODS CO. is pressing forth to the 0 highest mark of bargain giving ever reached in this entire section. 15000 price tickets by actual count tells its own cut price tale. This is not a sale to fool the people. The reputetion and character of the Abi- lene Dry Goods Go. is behind it We want every man .woman and child to come with the utmost confidence that they will get more than their money's worth. u& sdimjuu wukiu oi new ana sej Summer merchandise that k shoddy shop-worn stu that can be obtained in we have no special IBai lureJand tool the p sale and those 15. ttg cut price is tm with. Tell yourfr gest saie eventeve t lark fr lead' dth. t: . ice tic of bSit le Srajdhg and ig sacrificed---not besifjinerchandise ef ore stated . n m n in this sale to whole store is on ts each bearing a we come to you ds to Cflrfhe with you to the bier- pulleckxff in Taylor county. "Every Item is R...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 7 June 1910

. -fc....!... A Mammoth Merchandise Movement! Read Prices Carefully; the Seasons Greatest Values arc Merc E ft- Ladies Wash Coat Suits Half Price Hundreds of wash milts here to solcci; ffom ljcautiful new styles in linen linene and lin- weave in white and all popuUPr colors. Your summer vacation trip demands one or more of those suits. Now is the. time to'btiy them. Ybur choice here for less than the cost at the ma- tcrinl Tliey Avill go during this sale at JUST HALF 'REGULAR PRICE Linen Dresses Lingerie Dresses House Dresses At 25 Per Cent Off of Regular Price Ovu entire slock of above dresses is included lines to-select from 'at this sweeping reduction. stock and the styles' are absolutely corcct i week at 1-4 off. SILK PETTICOATS in alL colors an Special . . . LADIES WAISTS; 10 dozen tailor our cut price on entire lot choice. Special discount price On all ot LADIES IIATSi Our immense sftck lnrdies Styles are here nothing reserved AUTO VEILS in popular. colors grades . . .j. . $33...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 7 June 1910

Ik EHf KJgE wtttur rkm WKWIY.IfUJ.tktm BmM I JJ ! if f h UN ISED 111 III VALLEY Wl mkv. m.mm m. xiutmoN WKMK DK8TKOYK OVERTURNING LAMP CAUSE MitaUMltm mv m ni' twin nKd by nober. mi1 r mm jrlnliUna wiui mi tim win of jtmili Thai invm ttin rrup. I TtawAr I'MNtffnAiHl rmriatfi" . Mi. Winn showed Hint whrtt li liml "-""" mum hrttt not lilliittal him to what ho NKWH TAI.KH OF CROftf IX ' Tomn am n claim In nn mimUm KV. irrMMUk! J i. m&mmmmiv CKXTNAti WKSt THXA8. rnr"1r' "'" with Ute frtnut? of lown I milium nmt other MMitlo Woali'M - BUttcs. CONDITIONS ARE FLATTERING m" w no0? h?S .''" tnni factor In their lives flow drapl - They HlioUld nmku those two words their motto. 1 have trr.vcled through SnrciilHK Wins' From the Seih Fhh. thu nprlcnlttirnl nccllon of town In-' Hrd Flumes to Great Veleclly . iltiuui. ftlfnots anil MlnncBotn nnd Mi'Hfo Water l'rcsfltiro lta'a I witched farmera plow from ten to.! dlcappcs: Department. . tjvolvo Inches deep. If tho rnrorp ot . f Texna would plow...

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

rAw wm a. utm.wtmav f wwmrn .rrtoHtnihim. Wnf- ; -m fc ."- h V W' 'rt ' iwr5 ? ?9. : ttCCWUMIAl THE FIRST HCH MKY. X. H. UtlimaX MUUOIIKt A MTHMtt HtfKMOfl T tttf- .M0N8 rOliLKOK ('IjAMKH REV. J. D. BOONE AT NIGHT PaMer First HttiMt Church Wichita .. Fulls Trenched Mlfrsleuary 'Son mom to Congregation of y Great NumbcrR. v '2 At the FfiBt Baptist chtjrbh Sunday ' orhlng June B at oloveri o'clock Rev. M. H. Hudson paBtor Of the First Bap- tist chucch or Sweetwater preached the 'baccalauroafo Bormon of 'Simmons college to a largo congregation the house being filled to overflowing. The music for tlio occasion was furnished tot the Simmons mimic- students nnd was enjoyed by all present Mr. Hudson read as a scripture led. son. the third chapter of Galatians af- ter which Mrs. Will C. Cox sang a beautiful solo. The text for tho morn- ing was from Genesis 12th chapter first three verses: "Now the Lord hnd Bald unto Abram 'get theo out of thy country and from the kindred and from thy father...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 7 June 1910

K &$&&& yHl rtiy4ba J. n-jr. t- - iii .in jimMalNffg v'l I 1 'L 4 1 111 imnniMin 4 TROTH FENCING HUE WTI ION KHBE. - Thrtiilnit Hmirull ami .Mr Kn.i .MdlHflhumh Hawse IJy Aoclntcd Prcaa LONDON Juno flForutrr li rnltlrnl Thcotloro HoobovoU nnd Mm. Hoosfi elt wore oiitortnltictt nt luncheon tof dny by King (leorgo nnd Queen Mary at Marlborough House. Tho President nhd -v Ife nrrlvptl at the Pnlltco shortly be fore clo Vr-u o'clock nnd wore person - ally greeted .by the King nnd Qucon. The light meal was quint unit Mfor - innl. Tho two representative tnen of their nations chnttcd on topics of In - tornntlonnl Intercut. President Roosc-; velt told n number of nnncdotcs of tjx- porlcnces ho hml during his hunt for Id? game In Africa whllo tho two lad- les wero nt ense ovor the mysteries of sowing nnd cooking. MILLER EXPIATES CRIME MN6E& AT CLARENDON Comic ted Murderer Fulled to Obtain Jtospitc; Alleged to Haic Kill. cd Floyd Autre). Special to Tho Reporter. CLARENDON ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 June 1910

.-Hf ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER VwMJMK XXX. AKILKNK TKX.VS KKIHAV Jl'NK tH 1. NU.MHEH St. TRAIN IS WRECKED; THREE ARE KILLED a swift iron mountain mail assengek leases track Wt'LII FATAL iKSULTS. CUSHES INTO BRICK WALL AmMohI Hapim.s N'ciu1 St. Lour: 12 Members of Crcvr Injured LlkHy j two Fatally; Doctor and !i Anbalanccs to Scene By Associated Press. ST LOUIS Juno 9. Three :?en v'cre killed outrlgahd twelve' ntore or less seriously Injured today when an Iron Mountain fnst mall from Toxns which carried no passengers jumped tho track aear St. Louis and crashed through Uio wall Of a manufacturing plant The fQ-fwj ftro ENGINEER DOUGLAS of DeSoto FIREMAN SHEPARD of St. Louis. MAIL CLERK -LASATER of St. Losis. Probably totally Injured: Brakeman 0ughan and Postal Clerk Wiggins. The train which had. been proceed- ing at a tremendous pace had slowed down aB It neared the city and was going at the rate of about thirty miles so hour when the mishap occurred. A great gash was cut into ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 June 1910

fW fUMMr iim ru.jk)m HPWaKwEsf " Natures Gift from the Sunny South" 4 Cottolene is far superior to lard in cleanliness tolene contains no hog fat it is made from pure on n is pacxea omy in air-tignt tin pans it i dirt dust and contaminating odors. j Cottolene is a tissue makes food MEDICAL SOCIETY MEET GOOD ONE OfFBNTXVFIVE DOCTORS OF THE COUNTY GATHERED IN CLUB BOOMS YESTERDAY. THK OF PHOENIX ENJOYED Stialcal blatters Discnssed by Thoso Present Every Member of Tb Society Taking Part la General Matters. 3Prom Wednesday's Dally. The largest number In attendance Ia the history of the Taylor County .lueaicui oui'iuiy mut yettiuruuy uuur booh In the 25000 club rooms. The feature of tho meeting was the address of -Dr. Phenix on Medical Eth- des and the doctor was extended a vote of thanks for his paper. Dr. D. K. Shropshire reported a case -f pneumonia in a qbHd one year of age rwhlch was ably rlscussed by many of ihe physicians. Dr M. M. Carrlclr the Secic' -presented a communication fr...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 June 1910

""JE 5 3?WE M(Mf.wKftKi.Y mm Ml IWf BIG CLOTHING SALE BEGINS MONDAY JUNE 13TH n ' . I -H JuK cS! . "r" .71?' jr -r jW III X gfljrjr IB Wm $15m6 WF T ' s ' - Graves of Confederate Dead Narked The Dally Reporter: 1 want to commend these excerpts f a decoration speech made 'by my friend Hon. W. P. Boynton of Altori 111' at the celebration at Jorseyvllle 111. May 30th and ' whom I have known all his life and hla father be- fore him Capt J. E. Boynton and his oothor also beforo.hor marriage. Capt. Boynton served gallantry ivlth the Federals; but they never taught their children ''Eternal haired towards the Midlers of. tho South!" I labored hard through Genl. John A. Logan.U. S. Senator and Col. Wil- Mam IL Morrison member of congress from Illinois and others when I was adjutant of iTerseyvIlle Benevolent' amp United Confederate Veterans at Tcrseyvillox Illi to have the graves of the Confederates at Alton reclaimed from tho commons and from cow pas- tures and made into a National Come- " ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 June 1910

.. - ii 'H-iiu. iiiri'-... : ... . aaaaLLml iCmiTUwmi Tlrm ..wErWiAn BY AHUH n. tm wihwwkw. (ft l'HlNTlWt COMPANY. Oto. H AtiiltrMn H. 11 KlaMh M. . 1l.w imr ... ...... .!. ltoo MH1 111! ...OlMMItlKMIII M r tfroBM)M wtlcctlon ion iln charnoter Manumit or ineMlon or any perpdn firm wr fcoroprntlotv whlcH km aaar In tho column ot Tln fteportor wilt be ilmllr cor rwte wpoB llw being I'roUBlU jo o nttcntlouot Ihg nr feeetera )rtRlnliiK to bURinDHsTiiouia bo nddrcMOd to the m or rtom particular department but not to imimu m In Uiolr absence tholr ranil will not be opneu. checka And postoilce or (express orders saoaiu m payable to the Adilbnw rmnnmt uuwrni. TKLKfMONKS " and Circulation S. W. 8-7; Roberta S-7Oae King Editorial Office Roborta 161 aecond clftuB mall at Abilene Taias Octeer 14 1908 These are days when man bIzcs up the crowd ho id in. if It bIzcb up right procecdB to tnkd a straw vote According to reports thousands of visitors will gather at Abilene Juno 20 to attend tho Cone ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 June 1910

& swi&itss i.sa t te-iiff-wtvWwM'' A Mammoth Merchandise Movement! Read Prices Carefully;the Seasons Greatest Values are Here Ladles Wash Coat Suits Half Price Great Sacrifice in Men's Clothing Hundreds of wash suits liorc to select from bcniitiful new styles hi linen liuonc nud lh weave in white and all nonulnr colors. Your summer vacation trip demands ono or moiv of these suits. Mow is the time to buy them. Your choice here for less tliarf the cost. terial They will go during this sale at JUST' HALF REG VhAU'VmCli - v5r l noira Dresses lie ma- Linen Dresses Lingerie At 25 Per Cent Mi 'rice Our entire .stjk of above dresses ijWSred nothnjffeserved. Ilcrc you have complete lines to select fm at thisPcopmreliiftion. Wjrcan 'fit you perfectly from our big stock and the sties rtre allutcMJbleir'itt'ewjar particular. Your choice during this week atil-4 off. MSZJ SILK PETTICOATS hB c()lofiid l)fK in the $4.00 and $4.50 qualities Special c $335 LADIES WAISTS vT) dozclailorcdfiind ...

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