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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 June 1910

u MMMHMJMMMMM Our SpeoiMl Attrac- Jftj ooxslnsro proving of un$Hl Intorost to U who Wj tho morchndlxowfforod ws bought ospootoUy to foV IWnS in IS YVB8K . urt ti to boost our Juno S!os. Horosro fowofthottrotlonx: UH niitl R rilH iNiml Cov tr . ..... . . ..t .. ).. !Mta ?5p lllio of (Writ nttri UrnW" tr ' .R3o CHtiacnttH Plnlu Mtmltit Drawn it . t i k . .10o nip; lot f.3A Muallu PoUUnmta at . . .'. 89a rhUilroit'n Trlmmml KkitlHj WhllH llml Hprfltu. ..$100 Drnwt'tH Ufa Urno ilnlli TowcIh la Tfic Wltln I'lmmrlnKl . . . Lnillwi Wnah Hultn iCntlro tnclt In J&gM l it I nh ml tinlila 4 ''"""M i"in 4f UM i v. v. inch lilfinrli Tnbf Uyfl-xiS nt ; I ..... 2b Xtttl(liiR In utntoli 1Or . 85c ihw toln. lOTft. II7S .$2 75 Mcn'fl suits In two lots up to $lfi.uu values nt .. v ........$10 00 Dj to t'Jii.OO values nt.....$17 00 if.e Pillow Slips ...j&C 10o ofMTk dU o4h yn !rm DiuCof nan lnummm4 m WW r .JTM MM ." .. JT I I .V 1UU T SCHOOL TRUSJRES MEET AND NAME NEW TEACHERS TL Ai .Smith t. 1...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 June 1910

T '. "-' . -I r; "hi- -.'.' 4. 1 --; V M. 'sT:-".' - - . ." o F ' ' $& '' '' .' V"' ... :' ; ; 1 " - ' j i '.' ' '? v ."! ' - y . TRUTH NUMBER .i 1 ' --' T'. . A. :; ' ''' '-;'-V'liMiii''ir-1-'-- t' ;lmn&asury Stock of the California National :.w s '-" -v fa Vj K" : ' -V Crude Oil Company Goes to 60 Gents i Per Share on the 1 8th of June -k ;f:iJf:; 1 ii-r i .&" VV -'V.' ' '. 71" t- ' i- -V-.-'1.' ;. ' . ' .':.? -f. .'.'- eV4f '' . ' ... : ....-.. . ..... ..-.. -.-.'!' .ip -. ..' 'j&jfr O J. Va'rt w W J1 J& i ! ' " JSICE more we are pleased to announce to those who have shown their confidence in us by invest-; ing in the California National Crude Oil Company's;: stock a rise in its4)rice. This stock was first brought . to your attention at 40 cents per share and will be sell ing at 60 cents within the next week. Those who in vested have already gained fifty per cent on their vestment. Can you equal it anywhere? No! If you haven t sent lii your subscription do so ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 June 1910

mo ran NEW BUILDING MVKMKNT I'OM .VUMIMHtHAtlON M.Ult FOH MIMMONN T.IK KM v nknxiTii an.i 1 ALUMNI ASSOCIATION -i u. i . i . . .... IWr .Sti.dcn la nnd Urodiji ton 1 ml into UrKMhliN Ion Holrcfc-d VcriiiHiirHl (inkers itml .irrntifrctl lliintiet. From Wednesday's Dally. One of the boat attended exorcises lnbtyltmt to the commencement of Silli- ness college was hold yesterday at. tntoon t four o'clock In the college alHipeU TJic cnnpci was crowaca wun students nnd vlaltorB nnd chnlrs Unit Had been arranged In the corridors wcxci occupied also.. The. program was opened with a pi- ano solo "by Miss Ethel Scott Grcig's "Norwegian Bridal Procession." Miss' Scott Is a: post-graduate In music she fcavlng been n former pupil of Prof. IjqwIb nnd holds a certificate of grad- uation under his tutelage Iter selec- tion; n nuirvcl or technique was ren. dered In a 'wholly pleasing way. A rumor to the effect that the. presi dent of the college was about to make . -ji - . ..-'... nH AnunnilJ U inip...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 14 June 1910

f WEEKLY ABILENE WLUtfK XXX jRILKNIt TRXAtf TTKHDAY JUNE IHIH. NUMHKIl H SEMI FARM m(mm Ivfe ARGUMENTS WILL BEGIN SATURDAY TXEESllRANl)EI8 AND PKPP.EB WILL GIVE THEIR SIDES OF THE INVESTIGATION. NO MEETING HELD TODI Attorneys for Prosecution and Defense "resented Briefs of the Caso t the Investigating CommJttco Preparatory to Closing. By Associated Press. WASHINGTON D. C Juno 13. Briefs wore filed by the attorneys for prosecution and defense today with the Balllngor-Plnchot investigating committee. A meeting of the' commit- too was not held today but the members will assemble next Saturday to prcparo for the deliberation or Attorney Brau. sles.for Glavls Attorney Pepper for Plnchot and attorney Vcrh pes for Bol- linger. Pepper In behalf M Plnchot wilUalso condemn Balllngor for the at'Itude ho has taken towards champions of the . conservation movement and will charge him with causing embarrass- ment and a great loss to the p'oople of the United States In general- Ho will also attempt...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 14 June 1910

iVunao li. .JSS.i Rousing Mill Remnant Sale Beginning Tuesday Morning June i4th and Continuing all the Week We have lately ctmtraoUd with the Mitoba MillRemnant Gwporatlon of Chicago the Ujfgmt Mill .Remnant houw in the world for their patent remnant system for Abilene. The system includes beside a regular supply of all kind! of Mill Remnants their several patented devices foyttw disfNayand sale of Kemnante. These devices enable us to show a much larger stock of llemnants in a small- er space giving our customers a new and more convenient way of examining the wfeolf woKfi a short time. The Mill Remnants offered are all perfect goods in desirable lengths of from 1 to 12 yards. Ho pounds or seconds offered. Besides the regular Mill Remnants We bjle dfded all the short lengths of every kind -from bur own stook at the same low Remnant prices. Come down Tuesday before the best are picked off the tables in i Qui j hmwiin The Mitehem MiilfRemnant System Patented Remnant Lengths White Goods...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 14 June 1910

HT"" WflUWWWMf FARM ifr9 WM TEK r A NOBLE RECORD ( 'I many hundreds of thotiMRcis of cures fotnis a well sustained baili for dvcr Iniin put forth by the makers of DTTl'ERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY as a remedy for many of thctroublcsotne affections which afflict mankind; yet it iyrot extolled as a "curtail" by any means No extravagant promises arc flaJntcd before the pubjfc to arouse false hopes in the afflicted. Your neighbaprobably know of some of its many cufes; ask them. Throm&hMtrnthnln& fid arouslni the stomach liver and ito vigorous dStlon digestion Is promoted whereby . ! Pl" ' ll I ! ! M.H. III Ill II I -ill -At. I .. B blind Is enrlchjnf and purified dlseaseproducinsi bac tirlJ destroyed jTnd expcllejt from the bmdyK and thorn a imii I. yyiimi Hi iiiiiiiiUMmi. Ill IP ! I- M.li limiMlHi list of sjTln scrofuUfus and kindred affections ar overcome iff sound vigorous health established. n ' .J -v "he "Discovery" contains no ilcohol and nojkjibit-forming drugs and has...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 14 June 1910

f a Htfm . JB - f- X -V . fc n The Last Carnival Day Close at Hand n Next Saturday the Last Day SENSATIONAL PRICE CUTTING ALL THIS W Thousands of satisfied buyers attest 'the success of our Big- Carnival Sale. cThere have njv people in our store in the same length 01 time since we ve been in business. FIF PRICES by actual count kept the people coming from day to day and the same will next' Saturday night. Anticipate your needs and come every day until your purcflas summer. HALF PRICE has been put on thousands of dollars worth and nothing! hi than 25 per cent. Do not miss this grand opportunity to buy Dry Goods Gfp neaay-xo- wear unu ivwiiuna Tu.r unutr vuiug 5 THOUSAND CUT PRICES TELL TjHE THE ABILENE DRY GO sr envas many. EElSfeTaOUaAND CI e truflWE very day jwtil ape n made idr the en marked Jrown less Ing Shams. Ladies CO. LENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. SHAREHOLDERS: Geo. 8. Anderson E. H. Klofcr M. B. Hanks. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: year ! H-00 WxMontDB ....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 14 June 1910

"ft ii T fl-p xnwffft r& y -UPM' ' t mm mi MTW6 NM8S WTttd rrOHir a KaHkhi MM I.K ' N hhi aerwwr nni una OhI Am? lHferUn. AUSTIN Juno 11. Governor Camp- kilt and CcxiiiiiIbhIoiit of Insurance llawklan woro closeted together until after 8 o'clock tonight Jmyltig root for the first tlmo Into this attornoon fol- lovrlag ilia tompwituoua conforoBca of yesterday whqn Mr Hawkins defied tbe Governor and tho State Flro nat- Un Governor and tho state iro uai-i nS Board. Both emerged looking most . majority U!;Jr."ff 1B S TiSloVthi report Indicate that the re- mik oireuiuMjg ..-... n what traimnlrcd. However later tonight It was learned on the best of authority thai an lmpor. taut event Will transpire Boon probably by Monday. It is generally ooueveu that Mr. Hawkins will resign Monday.. No Cancellations. 'Ho Says. Ttto governor did authorize tho state moot tonight that no Insurance com pamy would have its permit coll-AL; cnances not only fOr securing nor Would It bo prosecuted for obeying...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 14 June 1910

M55jlW?'"tt1Ji" B'tWhlW" FArtneffffjimfi flow Mint furtw fttrnlfthtl 4'nrn Mr mlahty Utol Mil On)' In tloiio IT the urUo In won Plow thM furrow MtrnlRhtt Hunt look may bd Kept away ly hard UctH Ho tali .tmio take It cool with pol Kks burning tho woods t Tho limn who Ik mil of hot nir has Jew warm friends. A f Armor shows w'lml ho known by what ho groWB. ' Happiness plucky) before It Is rlpo la sure to spoil Even In Juno n drowsy world la quick to answer the ring of the dol- lar. High prices will prevont ninny from throwing rice at the Juno brides.. The only way to reduce the price f pork and lord Is to raise more Tho way some men think thby are farming la poor thinking and worse Jtrmlag. In the cattle trade we can see noth. tag but high prices for several years to come. We can make the world a Utile bet- ter each day wc live In It If wo only work at it Herd In Texas many hayo learned lhc lesson of farming fewer acres and totag It bettor. Au exchange says that the only ob- jetion to ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 14 June 1910

"T Ft"'"1 -& SW1 "S 111111 MTfMHI T V ?: WHO LOSS IN BLAZE AT OVALO MAMKS IN HUMNKNS SUCTION M8T MOIIT MHTKOYKD TMKi: IIUlLDINdH. JAIGiN OF FIRE UNKNOWN Flames Had Full Sweep ft) lug Iiohh Finally Fho Merchants Heatlctt Losers; Loss Is 1'nrtlall'r Covered by Insurance. A long distance call from Ovnlo last night by The Reporter's corres- pondent stated that a flro origin of which was unknown had broken out a tho south Bldo of Broadway in the southeast portion of tho business sec- tion and burned to ashes three build iagd with all tholr contents. ..Tho flames broko out Bhortly after Bine o'clock. A swooping wind from the south blow tho flames directly away from ndjncont buildings other- wise the loss might have been much heavier. The total loss to buildings and contents Is estimated at between eight and ten thousand dollars parti ally covered by Insurance. Tho heaviest losers woro: Mrs. IUddle.rackct store; Barnard Bros. drug store; tho Bctcoham gro- cery1 store; Whito Front resta...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 14 June 1910

mimmmmm ii i fin 111 ii i STATE EXEOUTffE MITTEE MEETS VtliftHKmtM'IIMMlTTliKMIS NtW MHl.utM. MKKTIMI T HAJ. IiAH IOKK O.N NANN minuinninu nrrmnun nrnw SUBMISS ON PETITIONS READY "' Yrrjr llBrd Pjgfct. Ipecinl to Tho Reporter DALIES Juno 13. Tho democratic iu vjiciuum tuinimiiuu Wi- uore oath John u siayuen in mo our- tlils morning appointed committees On onth John N. Garner In tho Fifteenth ceitlfylng nntnes and on tho couven. J aB(j William It. Smith In tho Sixteenth tlon city received rormnl applications Hardy and Henry had a threat or op- r candidates for places on tho ticket position but in both instances It was tilled a vacancy on tho executive com- ronjy a threat mlttoe and took a recess until 230 . CpBTcatlOH Goes to GalTcstoa. this afternoon when it is expected that DALLAS Juno 13. The committco the matter of placing tho submission ' decided toxoid tho state convention in Hucstlon of stato -wide prohibition on Galveston. There wa3 no other oppli. 4he ballot Tor the primary ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 June 1910

lf . . ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER I ' JlRtftRN TK&IS r'HtUAt Jl'NK 17 IHIp. VMl.UJUK X.V.V NTMMKK M CHILDREN'S DAYAT POIOSI ENJOYABLE LAGE CROWD OUT TO HEAR AND WITNESS EXERCISES OF YOUNG PEOPLE. HI CHURCHES COMBINED ral Brass Itnnd Furnished Good Mask; During Exercises Many Recitations and Soap Render- cd Were Appreciated. By Staff Special. POTOSI Juno 15. Tills part of the I country Is dry causing Buffering In the grain crops. Cotton is uoing very Well. W. T. Woody started his thresh- cr Monday and It Is doing nicely. Elders R. E. Robertson of Louisiana and Bropm of Oklahoma filled the pul- pit here Monday arid Tuesday at 11:00 o'clock. J H. Davis and J. R. Curtis return- ed Sunday from Putnam whoro they bad been on business. M A. Williams left Monday for Abi- lene where ho Is attending the Summer Normal. All Sunday Schools combined Sun- day night In giving chlldrens day ox- erclses vyhen tho following program was rendered: "Nearer' My God to Thee" PotosI brass band. We...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 June 1910

' MiMwMkKf.Y rx mmiUL.m wt it MHt TH ft R '' 'HP mi. 'fpiiM w ' wwrsg .-xm':"mmmmi.j ? ? i jj.t auaks..- -m. "Muflriffc-i v Wmtf ' i Ail i-q Wi i" -u. mVmmWHm2U2LSL2EX IH H STORM IMS' JE1 M GO SOUTH" 'DIE OUR CL0THIN6 SALE STILL III 5 OF CONGRESSMAN SUMIEfl OIL S I 6 EMES 1311 OS IONS GOES ON! irj rriHt 1: oi' .sixty mux itiiHtiiNO .ion to co.hpii:tion in ('OftTltAtT MMIT STEAM SHOVEL IDLE TOM JKHrrffftlc l'lrco of Machinery (.'npublo el DoI"k tho Work of Oho Hun. drcd Men Ik Far Ahead of Iho Commit Worker. From Tuesdny'fl Dally: More thnn onct hundred Interested wen and boys gathered on South First atrcot yesterday nftcrtioon to vlow tho progress of work on tho Btorm sower Tho big steam shovel cnpablo of do- ing tho work of a liundrcd laborers knocked off shortly ftor four o'clock lor tho simple reason thnt It has tho trench dug far In advanco of thq con- crete men and Contractor Quay need- ed Its men to assist at thb other citd ef the lino. Tho concrote mixer Is temporarily eut of...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 June 1910

"WT ? v TJS.WJ't MMfWKi(i.Y rAtiif MrtmvMurmiiAV.jrxK k mw. I'Uii: YHNKK CANDIDATES DRAW PLAGES JUNE 20 JDiWM'liATH' KXKCUTIVi; COMMIT. TfcK HKlil) MKKTING 1IEUK VIESTKIIDAY AFTKKJfOOX. ARRANGEMENTS ALL MAOE Sccrnl Precinct Cluilrmoii ltcslgnod and Their Plnces IVcro Filled. Asked Tlmt All afemhers At- tend Xcetliif? Moadny. ' (Prom Wednesday' Dully: Tho Taylor County Democratic Exe- cutive commltteo met yesterday nftor- noon In tho office of county Judgo Bledsoe in regular session with thir- teen members in attendance. Roll call 'showed tho( followInK present: S. P. Hordwlcke ''chnlrmnn B. A. Cot H. fl. Hickman Sf B. Adcock Bon F. .Iqncs W.wS. Chin Fred .Tones S. V Ilecsc J. D Hilton? D W Brewer B Q. Galther Jl D. Southworth nnd W E. Buchanan. These represent tho 'different precinctB In tho county each membor of tho county commltteo be- ing chairman of tho precinct commit- tee. B. C. Gaither resigned and in Ills' place was elected T. A. Johnson of Merkel. H N. Hickman leslgnod on a...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 June 1910

M mtJH.WttiKU VAR i.Ut JHK IT lit. OUR BIG CARNIVAL SALE Continued 12 Days More Thousands of Articles rn Udi-p i n I Jfc 4 Th Abilene Those fifteen thousand cut price tickets will remain on only change we make is that thousands of the cut prices ar6 even cut lower than Dress is cut to half-price. Men's clothing also boys clothing are being sacrifi Mens and childrens Oxfords and shoes are marked at sensational cut prices "whatsoever nature at this store is marked to sell REGARDLESS OF COST day to this great sale where every dollar will do great purchasing power. The H1ERN0R GALLS EXTRA SESSOIN OF LEGISLATURE ' i Continued from page one) ;through the formality of abolishing the present constitution and imme stately adopt the same plus an amend--cnt calling for prohibition. So it remains to bo seen Just what tho governor will do. That ho is out gannlng for gamo cannot bo doubted "Bawklns and Colquitt will como In for srfull measure of the chief executive's wrath and what can bo done to...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 June 1910

Vr.mlaffim m te rm. "W "" '! ' ' " 4MBM M ..t--A 'HBgt m -i"Nhjsa 'iMiiiiiijgwimi ; i i.miiiw'i re Bwa; -jaagagaa 8 ..4- r AMxmj.x'KMKsm oaooooooaooQM htr Dtatrlet AUoraeyj WAITttll L MUIIUIH ot Albany r Wfcrtrlct Clerk: 0. W 1.ICAKK D 0. HIM- JR J FULLER tor Ceunty Clork: W J. YOUNG. ; ' J h. McDAViD." For Tax Assessor: '- j C 1). MANLY JOHN KK0AN8 Jr7 John milliken. U. A. (Dlok) HART. ' v Fof Tax Collector; ' T. W CLARK. BAYLOR CIIAWFORD. S. S. HARRIS. Fw Sheriff Taylor County s J. V. CUNNINGHAM. T C. WEIR. For County Ticusurer: . J. W. CHRISTOPHER. WILL T. BERRVf For County Attorney. ' l tfi OVERSH1NER. For County Judge : t ' T. A ULEDSdli- ForfCounty Supt. of iJiuoolr. J K. V. WHITE. Voi justice of the Pence Pro. No. V M. ROB KEBBLE. For Public Weigher: L. W. ROSS. v G. W. NICHOLS. For County Commissioner Precinct 1 MAX F. FISCHER. M. C. LAMBETH. For Commissioner Precinct 3 BEN F. JONES v J. W. ROGERS (Iberls.) S. E. ADCOCK. For Constable Precinct 1: JIM LEE. M. M. NEWTON. W E. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 June 1910

XSStJSj. '. m & Jf -fi0fw ywHwr. ' x . t NUMBER 39 n9HBBBdb&!!daBUHSISBBHHHHESi5SaSiBi - Stock .. 1 'VERY day E- Oil. Do maker in the profits to be derived from oil. Ju'sflread f urthe how it can be A few flays hgo. tho following 'letter was ro. celvcd In Los Angeles from it- resident of tho ' Middle West: " "- '. . ' ' Dear Ndphew: v Friends of mine. some or whom' you know very well before leaving for California as well as myself have recently become very much in- terested in the reports' recently received froni California regarding the great impetus given to the oil business "in your state mainly- due I understand through the discovery of iicav oil landsi consequently knowing that at one time you lived in one of the big' California oil dis- tricts Bakerstown I. think you called It the place you said where' the natives were So '.fond of crude oil that they spread It on their bread i when shy on molasses veil anyhow you ought to know something" about this great Call- . forni...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 June 1910

fAr HKVKim Mopppil ItMt Hfturilfty good wit i wnrto Mm nhell wi tho riuh ul hnv IiIk nniuo mrntltnt HRrtln 'Dip Hrtmlny stlumla nt Undue will hnvn n picnic on Hip fourth Hnimitny In 1"ly. ftHl Mr MntitRnumry nntl t iu'ontlHeil to HDflLT PELS AbiUn Country Farmer a - ii u'iiii mi. i m i iw i i iii ii i ii Whit They're felug Nkvi Dune an4 Cm D. ly S. L. N. for backache rheunintlnm kidney or blndilcr trouble nml urinary irrcftUlnrltleR ent home itmdn luun with her family tm (tint neon r Ion I Foley's KlilncyPllla purify the blood restore loatvitnlhy and vigor Refuse substitute. Mrl.ltMOItlMI.lHH l1tt n n. Mtm'WtKM.Y iw mtumiiw. vhihw j'nk i? m My k i r IIIrko .linn' with all your fires Tlio country round nbout Anil ntelt tlio -rubber Urdu Ere tlio nutUH kuocH ue out Stanley Ford nn afced gentleman nvm nt nvnln w... i Ahllmm ti.i. week linvhiB dental work dona. W. C. Young pf Moro pulled Into Abilene Monday on n bicycle but nnyB It Wb a stunt htfll not try aRn.n ' n " ""'i ..- - ..v v ....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 June 1910

- ltmwi''iJ l P T ju yDtLviv' WimhW MWW W I BwA- & sot cVio&V frxM o ood Wuwqs. "Rwflifoa Vr fofl quawUWas ewaVAcs us o w VWWe pfv.cas awa auto VvttVtt yncfes ' I rJSmfK't'' "XPe ao tvoV Vvcl "SbcotvAs1' WvaX. xoo ma maVo "5aTlyrvfl ft.auAXcUoTva:' AQe wa fiTst xay aooas Vn svlcAv Vatc jrfC JiliJSiihiy mW qyxaxvW.Via xaz caft vrt Voxp yxVs oxv aooa qqqA&. Vvvs xacak pV tpWciBSS a VoTntycVtva 0 -prices otv SvimmeT KP mf' f1' !fi l ' Sooas. ISVvese Imf orlatvfc svayyia)aTafles mil eqlTTMuyfaalQ. 'i'rtvls yae Is ofxly aVvw o xoVval toe Ivavje o oef. ( ' v &&Ml V I y Vvc qua-glll-a afCSqMM o IVvesc flooas ioaeWveT xoW lto Voxp -oflces all combuve o maVe Wvls ve q-cealesl J 1 i . Mtve Sale vyfiX WiaySfWie erjeT axvxvovcTveea. $wwfc SaUaVueslxi wi audDomi Every day Items greatly under priced that Will interest shoppers this wepk. lng Linen Nappery etc. "We mention 'only a few items of the niatfy that ces Monday. so; at Special pri- 36 INCH BLEACHED DOMESTIC' good quali...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 21 June 1910

iT $BVfcWEEKY FARM WEPBRIER AMMWt TXA 'HHBAY JUNK II m vm h f Sfte Vh. ii T ' 1 nwiK atlMnit m t . . .- . m gsjJIwy .wui Y Ef010ffiIN HHWV 1TH OTJtRTAXRS MX Mr . wiOljon.clm! coMMUKmrFORMiK. mm m no m ';& Mfcr If CoRMos Mhd Maa Naawd WrfeM; . Ty KhwrUfftH Wot tSOlOauHBOa nanOOyf ' CfcWP CalUban Ctty W fcv TfckfaooArbkBk!aioarWrAl. oea k-flwmer residing seven mliea "aawU-.'Bf Cltfde was killed near hte . faahsfplaeo Sunday aVuooq. The ybtsan was rldlag his "horse when tDM ''Jtettw tanning under a limb wgept Urn from- the saddle. His foot caagai' m thd stirrup and tho horse w dkMMA'lkim -several hundred yards' Hsrijra;akve when a party of men s'tpr i ?. iwrse but died In twenty mi ktos' asibre a doctor arrived A kick i. jOa'U.headii thbughltb have caused r'L ffi'qtn Funeral services will bo held UibbW this afternoon. " .KttefjtaMflpim jDli Mas. . D .' BalleyVin Ms Bulck716 rwt'dftw:jan aged man named Wright afcaso'clrakflasb night falling to sec ' .the IWbV before a-.collision wag...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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