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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 9 September 1910

vu.v nr jjmjiginWwu'i'noiBniii'iiiitiiii'-iiiiT nil nv fur. ' ''71 Tir" " '" ""-"'' " w-t -. . "1 i-WWItWIIlWWpS 1""' DYERUHO PLUS 'EL SENSATION TO INVADE TEXAS UNEARTHED TODAY You are Invited to See The New 1 I v r Vr I . u HAI.MM IIITMU NliNIIM OIT .MAN to aiiii km: to iiavi; nn.i MWW IN II ('OUNTIKH. I.N Nl i:i:i .MlM.ltll I'll Hi: MM NU i.v.n.vNKuurirv vmmv AT .UttKHON. . LOCAL. AGENCY FORTHCOMING I BOGUS COTTON WAS INSURED -- Hulk of Xow lltinliuiH ftmi Ituillus of I r.Itilill)(lix ttf Defunct Cnfiitirnlloii l. HM OIIIch Will He lltiiuttotl from crcdctl AiMh by More TI11111 lh Alillrtin llrniicli .Ml. . 100(1.(1001 Working- CnpL lli'pio In Charge. 1 n Miis $10000. Tli at tlin inunufnotiirers of tho Over ijrA3BiiUIRflr(l PrTss land automobile through tbu ovor- .UCKRON Mlss. Sept S-SOnsa-land Sales Company distributors Tor tlomil evidence relative to tho detail Texas. Oklahoma New Mexico ami 0f fraudulent nu'tlioi)s ompLoyod by Arizona are preparing to Invade W- u noW defunct Ste...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 9 September 1910

NNMilMMfrKAta- m mv j urn iii iriii)gwwMwaymHii1(H y.-..i AtHU)mmmi'mmmiii pmfmm. w$Mmmt)iim pfjwqpwpMiip wiirtiiiii'iiwwM"piiitwMiiwiiwiiwi'iiiimMiimiiiiiliiii i miu.niuM u"Hwii'niw"'''l''"""M1 "" UGBESiSflEMQVAL SEGT'lf. BM1IB mt.t.iMii:uiiMiioi roMMirr I'IMW HHINtJT OITII'KU VH'KU tltn.'UI.Y EPUBL1GANS WON'T VOTE AtlMlllll-l'H l.fllM- (HIllllltT lltllllll. Utilntf Si'iiulnr .iImhi ('Miner In Derlnro no Quorum! SiMiinuir) of Cn.il'. lv rtKn in it'll I ' MlNN'KAlOMaS0iL T.-Tlio Uiil- llllgl'I'-l'llK'llOt I'OllBrOMKlolllll lllVBtl- niintf I'ouiniitlfi In busbIou here today adojitoil rosoliiLlmiH rcomtneiilltit? thu removal of Secretary of the Inturlor UU hard A. UnlHtiKe.r from the Vren- 4rntlul iioitfoUo. Just hoAiru tho vote was taken two of thi' Hepulillciiu Members loft tho KoninHtti'o room refusing to oust a bnloU Senator Nelson who took tho vote held thtn no iiuorum was present nd Unit tile renotutlontt were uot In ardor. iilfl The UiitlingOr Investigation Is the outgrowth of ...

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 — 9 September 1910

I A K ma s COLLEGE nrniuo nnTM Tfniii-im" " " n iwmi wmnu nrhlNh VII I rf lrnB'urHmiiw n www w ULUIIfU &U I II I LlllTI hum nntt ilirmnlnw rilvnfiln MiOM lit) 'srerit Hofmol nml in 1iU HWM DlonslitH ttimiiuer lii litiniillit Ui tho Muthl& n OI'KMMl liXlUIMNLS IIKMI THIS i . widnmio to Abilene niid MOIIMMI AT TUN OTI.OPK IN nil.MUK ClIAl'M.. BY FAR GREATEST OF ALL Attendance Witt Klnlicrliiir Surprise? PrpxIdciH hiiiI Facility "Hangiiltio of Most Surcostjful Vcnr In II 1st or) of the; Sellout. (WEDNESDAY) The 20th uiiiiiinl session or Simmons College opened thin morning nt lfhOO o'clock with tlio prospects lor thu BroiitPflt your In tho hlutory Of tho school Tho chniml tho hnllH ho Htnlrwnyfl ami ovo'ry tivallnhlo Hinc Waft inkt'ii whrro one conlil suo or hoar what was going on. In tho wonls of Prt'sltliMit Santlul'tii- tliu jicoplo wore sticking out of the uimlows ami ov-oi-yhoilv fol good H81 tho Sliuinniis spirit wfts uotlocahlt' as In tho days of yofi Tho work of martrlcn...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 9 September 1910

1PJWWlWWWHml fcpMIMfffcMMMI Mm Mt V't MnlH- it Vt Way Hmji Uw T'v n Wtmt Al rOH HAIirt I'lirttr in NWth IVtrl. rtpltuitl Bonn! WO th'nk III himmI hiiiiU Hon VUiim IlitiH'ru 'u in uiIiIiohn. 1 A. CollHt. Hln -I Ablloin- nxvMl A WANT AD. iflSEEI KU DU. BE ADOPTED WANTIlll-CltttiWeiiN nnd Hh toy .ivdi llnlm MlirKft Hiiylr Hide nl.l WtinlHoi MA HW.imi) lVUI4 I'MIM Mi ni'ii'n tUiP ultli'H rnmi Ol.nk il'f J2000 00 unod tonus or will 11 mil for kodU Abilene pftiVertj W C. Uwr.v Abllopo Aim '-'ii'S To Fanner. I Will hne Uii' unuingcment of the Maxwell win ngulii thin season. Am now ready to gin mid buy your cotton llo sure (o bring us your seed cotton Itobt. W. Maxwell WANTIIB Four high school gills to board with prhnto fanillj. Hiivp nil conveniences reasonable bdrtrd. Uob- crts phone 250 or cnll corner Ccdur and North 3rd street. 2t iiNntorituosi:n.T 111.11 hii h U'l'HAll TO HI; IN t'ONTIIOt IN HI. PVH. lONUHKHS COL. I. R Af MILNMIKtE "I II) Made Piumm" Will lie Hosl President for Ono Du ...

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 — 13 September 1910

- )s ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER A. Th YMIiOMK XXV AKII.KNK TIJXA Tl 'K.HHAY 8KPli:MHKH 18 IHlw. M'HMKKW Jit 5B"a- .--.;.. 3 - WJ ""' . T i. ' . iS. -"1 J JKKL wU: m r . Ab -p i ... .m- -rr .1 THIRD WEEK OF HOUSTON STRIKE iGOMMISSIOK FORM ARKANSAS VOTERS IIS i! I GOMES TO ENOi CITY GOVERNMENT: NAMING GOVERNOR A PATRIOTIC MAN? IS ASSASSINATEO i JB fll'RMSll TODAY WITH 1IUKGI.A.IIY CASE OF JIM BARREL IN PROGRESS. HOI) CAU HEPA1KERS AND INSPEC-iSliltEVEPORT VOTEHS WILL SAY TORS ON SOUTHERN PACIFIC Yi:S OH NO-CONTEST IS RETURN TO WORK. IIIIISK AND CLOSE. 'I'll it ki: candidates in contest III: EHENOni AMENDMENT PRINCIPAL ISSUE. HIS jU'WOIITKUS AVF.lt SO lirrOVSrAIUHY 1 Ki: t I'lIinT.TUVTKIt ITHJPF.ISTWNT JUOICIAUY NKAK ZIOJiVlLlii IIY AN KIIUIIiY SYS "NIXr PMCNOWIS Ml'ltlltiltttlt. M PATTERSON GERMAN FARMER RC OUR MADDOX CASE OP FOR TODAY Defendant Charged Wltlf Attempting to Pass Forged Check on tlio Citizens National Hank; I'ctlt Jury Called. (MONDAY) The third week of District ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 13 September 1910

kW TM mm mmm m mm hTaiT. PrUNTlNu'tMPANY: MaMHOI.MKHHi tiro H. Aiitlrrmtn 13. It Ktaftr M H liiuikn. Sl'llMCRIPTIO UVti;H IK jcur . to Month i 1 1 iiw6 56 A. monrOim reflection upon Hie character standi! or notation of tiny portion firm ur coroprntlon which way Hr in the columns of The Reporter will be gladly cor mted upon Mb being brought to tho nttentlon of Die firm. Juvuert pertaining to business should bo addressed (o tho apr or some pnrtlclrlar dcpartmont'but not to IndtTld mO as In their nbsonce Uiolr mall wilt not be opened. Drafts checks and pontofflco or express ordera BBould be Mde payable to tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. TKl7KlMfO(E8 vtlitii and Circulation. S. W. ti-7; Roberta u-?.One Rtng Editorial Offlco Roberta 1C1 4tatrad as second claus moll ul Abilene. Toibs. uctooer ' 14 1908 P SOME RIDICULOUS REPORTS. It has coiho to Tho Reporter thut some of the oppon- ents ot tho proposed good roads bond Isbho aro making wild and exaggerated statements regarding tho Issuance 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 — 13 September 1910

D J a "Report of the Committee $mt SlfiHMl StlttMtRtl Ah there mo uomo Hooil ollUons In i-reelnoi No. 1 Taylor county who mien ilou tin' propriety or voting lir.o.uoo.oo in bond for tho nrpotto ot bulldliiB mioi! roiulu It whm thought to bo nh ox- idleiit plan to send u committee to Jlrownwood to InvoBtlguto tunl boo how tho people of Brown County were pleased with booiI roads. At tho i lh- tttnnce ot tho Good UoadB Commltteo at Abilene the undersigned commltteo went to Brownwood lust Tuesday. Wo went perfectly free and without any strings on ub to mako ti thorough in- vestigation und on our return to mako a report of conditions ub ivc founil thorn regardless of whether the rp- port was favornblo or unffivoroblo to tho bond Ibsuo. We found thnt Pre- cinct No. 1 of Brown County had Is- sued a hundrod thousund dollars In bonds for good roads on u valuation of six million dollars which Is about ong million dollars less than Precinct No 1 of Taylor County has. wo struck Brownwoqd at an ...

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 — 13 September 1910

vAfsmnfaw t-.wfcHwfciMinfc -- mtmt&mfm&l&Wmfo $r fowafc mmm fe Ww llli IllllH II I HI fORAGE PLANTS FOR WEST Aduptod to Plnlrta of Tonus By J. L. QuiukHnll U Tito flint UiIiik l 111 growing iity crop lH tdo pruimrntlon or n wood iweil M.wdlcd can tin done Uy 1eti Plow injror blending which MuiiiIiI bo ilono oariy in tlio rail uy nrtmKiug prror ndly wild iv illnu plow or a mould- tMwnl nlow.foMowliiK nuiiicilliiloly with h tllRk or Tooth barrow or dotd. In or- A.. im iiiitfnt-fKA tim nlml mill iimkii Uio oil flno. H limy then do noccflBary torno oVor tho duid wltd iilienvydrflKr. nlno to twelvo pounds per nero; in ?r."00D0O. or nteol roller In ordoi' to firm down dr0idcn8t BocdliiB ono to one nml n i lluednrot the edlof city of Uoli tdq bcciI hod. 1 think nrt much enro hnlf t)tism1 iur ucro. TIiIh Hhoulil do ui.uiln with .'100000 'popiilntlon. Ih should ho used In preparing thq Boed ilono with n (?rnlu drill followed Jm- uliout to oMond Hh trolley system. Sov- bed for for...

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 — 13 September 1910

t ' Ml ADDRESS EI GBBQNS fcMIMi.Yr CATHOLIC MUNITAHV TALKS TO IHiliKUATKH AT MONTUKAIi MI'.KTINff. GOD'S PROMISE TO MANKIND Wlmt llm Christian Spirit lnherlls from (he Supremo "Fulhcr of the Uniterm; Address Is y MiiNterfnl tiffnrt. By Associated Picas: MONTREAL Cnnudu Sept. 12. Car- dinal aihhans Of Baltimore nddroBsliiR the Unelmrlstle ConRroUB In thlK city today B)oko In part aa follows; "Tho Word wbb ninde flcnh and dwelt amoiiR us." Joint I. It lB felated In the life of tho Pat- riarch St. Antony tlutt( on ii certain ocqafllon he received a letter full Of filial hnnuiRo mid nftoctlon trout Con- Htantlne the Great. And the letter was signed not only hy the Kinporor hut a'lso hy his two boiib Confitnntlua itnl CmiHlnllR i The disciples of Antony IearnliiR tiint their father was tionoieu oy n special eplstlo'froni the Kmporor were I liauirally elated ann jiueu who i-uni-placouey and tho voneruhlo Patriarch observing; the ciultatlon depleted on their faces remarked to them: "Von re...

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 — 13 September 1910

MNlMmmilMlijtaliMllII mmmmmmm wmmmmmmmmmmmmw'UHmmmm - tAttm 1-rt.fl THE GRAND JURY COMPLETES W JUHHIIM 11 lH4t v roiiMi. unroUT ut iii.mo roviiiiou i w rr us 1. nous 75 MOMENTS RETURNED tlrn- ( hiiruMim Mtinlcn llefiMidiint I Miic War Old Son f Urfen UnlicrK A IU'ITimI (o Him Killed Ills IHutlier. The guuul Jury hart adjourned 'I'lml migusl lioitv of Investigators after liming been In session uluiOHt onii- tlniniisly or two Weeks turned In Its written report Saturday ufteruun ti Judge lllnnton together with thlfty bIx Indictments thirty one inlsdemr-nn ors and nvo felonies miming uio 10 ml number of bills for tin term s. enty five. It 1b understood that muii fifteen op more of the misdemeanors are against loeal cold drink men Charg- ing them with violating the Sunday law which prohibits the enle of u poriahable goods on the Sabbath Only One Murder Ciim-. One Indictment charging murder wub returned ngalnst Duford the young son of Green KoberlB who lives two miles west of town. Tho bo...

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 — 13 September 1910

nut mi - ws- j ?- it c SENATOR BRYAN ON LEGISLATURE TAYLOR (MMWTV I.KMIHIiATOII frankly ni:ii(iiiTi:i that HUSSIONS Altl! OVKlt IS IMPORTANT BILLS PASSED What Wus llono in Four F.xtrnordln- rj Terms; Senator nnd Finally Jlnilf Trip llollt Way lit Stolen Atllo. (SUNDAY) Senator V. .1. Bryan anil family arc buck rrom Austin. Tim Senator is Wearing it hnndsomo suit of light khaki of which ho Is Vory proud and looks remarkably ruddy mid chipper. Opoii nlr agrees with Senator Dryan. Accompanied by hid wlfo and two hoiib Herilnrd and Juel Taylor coun- ty's representative- In the upper halls of the State Legislature made the trip both ways In his six cylinder SteVcns- Dnryca automobile. Senator Bryan was In his office Saturday In" his newly completed building responding u the fcllclta- tToiiB of his friends. He was delight- f eu 10 uo uoiuo ugain anu so expresseu 1 hlmselt to a newspaper man. "Finest time oer golngand coming but not so pleasant In Austln" lie said with enthusiasm "wo drove...

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 — 13 September 1910

- J . t iJSJE-ji V I Mi.ll I (3aniM&S lion's ScWV T?&wte HpliMuiiil 1iovinu of Mn KnHInrtiofvt hinm in inbtlmiM wwl WouUnlit fr ilimil wwir an iiiuih for haul m'tvlrt' Willi MlH'tl Mi'iui.H Mill Mrmu wnlsHmnd I'rlwn RtU flftt $f ll.tHi. l 2fi ami $1 BO Hum WiUHln 11) I Will fitd ilhl'k inUirn ttindr UJ l wwtli ntul mml- Kin r MttlnliTi lur whwH wi'iir. OKi'n I lo IS JWW Vnu 'nn flhvo iiiki niiil wnm in edition lv wiilHts ffiulv htit kihtIiiIIv priced rrniii .! .c Ii ROC ...- -Ss.-.Isl-...st sl'j.-; .... iim. iin i nrrnn n - - " "' ' Hi mnimJiii nimiw mm. ml imn) i i i inimnum muMinwin n ' '"""' '" timmmmsLL-. ; : . 'isas 3Uv&cVvoe TyisYa o T&ew 3&W &oo&s b. uotsWX Tcqwvxfc vc cYiatiqc uv Wc &kiqsvvcto o jox o uoxd Wva. avAtomtt a abroach- uvs far jox xbWV se WvyoMqVvovlV vs sVotc $tott day lo aaj ttvc mau xyixo tt.Vroso T&mVivo. jox o W.o cAvauc o seasons. AJDc arc 5vo'aq w&d swvls aua Presses ana oWvm comVrva w cubt faxn aaus. Vc tvcxd sWVk a...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 16 September 1910

ABILENE SEMT-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER ( YOUIMK XW. Jllltf.MMK TKNMH 'FMIUW HISPrrMllliU IB ). M'MHKK M. twit --. snlrsxkii&kMr a PLEA OF GUILTY BY HURLEY REED YOtlTlllTL DEFENDANT ROES NOT CO WEST STATE'S ACTION IN IHTUOLARY CHARGE SENTENCED TO TWO YEARS Jury Oat Hut Fifteen Minutes Splccr I'oiiiimnlon Cases Next Cnllcd. Judge Wanton Passes Sentence onHmlilof (THURSDAY) In district court thlu morning the first case called wns thnt of tho state ot Texas vqrsuB Harley Rood charged with burglary. Reed who Is a boy seventeen yearo of ngo was Indicted by the last grand Jury on a burglary charge In connection with the looting of the Stni4 grocery storo enBt of tho post office: in tho early spring. Heed's co-defendants in this case aro Sam Spicer and Dnn McCoy Spicor's case was cnllcd at ton thirty today "hut McCoy turned stato's evidence tcstl? tying agalnBt both Reed and Splccr. The defendant Reed did not attempt- to contest action of the state but plead guilty. The jury was out fifteen ...

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 — 16 September 1910

DEMOCRATS WIN OF II a t iiiiiiwun ym paiw.-. ' - -- wtn bLi im in . mwUt m tiulhir HIhh In W 0 IS u tn wtlinfttctl Umf Arli will hHtH traiIfnrtltr n altil Imnrrniif imrwitntfl lu ih Htmni ttjul tlw tt' tHiiim- which will im nimtimr (WW iilitw mnuitlneil liv llm Itenuhllrttn imf- jii utter It tilipreeinleitli'd nuM if iien'Min in mid piw iwn nnyn. SWENSQHAND HOLT FAMILIES RETURN RHEUMATISM A DAMDCRDUI lOuiiumtllm l w to n UUtrttwJ t .idiilmi oil to blood colln nnil em- !.. Icn lii'f Mlit nliuiil by mi csiwt H 0. I'. MUOlim OVl'.HTI'UNKII AMI t'lil.WMI IIIJKIJ.VI'KII 1011 iik.i:i.kitio. rUNSTEO'S MAJORITY 8500 MrUlllleiiuM) IKmioiirnl DrfcnlN Sw- xey Republican ('oiiRri'smniin fl)r Ur.lIICCHOlU I.PRlslHttffO 1 floes Dplnoprnjlp. Aim). I tin flhut (Inventor of the HOW ' llti I. I'llllW HllllO Will III llll IIIUIIHHHI "" II IfUlllir () crnt I Hv AhuocWUpiI Proan: .ItiWKHHON CITY Mo. Sou M The Statu KxctitlVn Committees of nil polltlenl parties In Mlntiourl bosun iiiooldiif? horn tuilny ...

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 — 16 September 1910

VMMl t TEXAS MMM Wear ME SELF-5USTWNIMB PP .... mtmmmjtmmmmdltMtMMMtm&to "- Jl"-1w- wmumw-'V' jw- i .wwmw m . w ... ....ags. -T ... . .- IVT. ml till -- . ua mu JMM HI HI JHu Ml tk Ht HI VlHNHrlrtl Awn!- .htv l'immlor Mtni I'lNn will HtMru a Other IhUI1o itnt Nffil)i Upcelnl U Thi' UuiuirtiT. Al'HVlN. Sept.- 11. Arwillmt lt tv ttutituicnt from llnniielnl nitont Unrtun tho penitentiary system of Toxiiie does but need fmult from tlto statu thin jof bolng more than seir bubUiIii- Tho statement wns mudo in accord- jwco wlllittio law rcnulrlni? estimates t tlio tuxjds of Htato InfltUutlonfl to bo filed Willi tho comptroller. Tho Southwestern Jiibntii Asylum atntcment aotB forth Unit It nccdB ?27G- 00 tlio first year mid $10000 tlio eco- nd The superintendent nskB JCO.OOO yer a hospital. Other Institutions will probably fllo tatements this afternoon and tomorrow. Mrs Jacob Wllmcrt Lincoln 111. 'found her way back to perfect health. She writes: "I suffered with kidney trouble and backa...

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 — 16 September 1910

fjMHymi.. iin--m .iniii a'MIIijii 'nrininiiiiMfrli''T'' " ' "" " ' "'" ' "" "" " "I BOYS' SCHOOL mmmmmmmmmmmm SUITS V its ISM rU pawts FOR BOYS Here's the Place for you to conin lo got your hoy rondy for flcliool. 300 how full milts: Includ- Ing every style of tho sea- son. tt In our Ipurposo to siiVo yon money on cV- ry suit ami If you buy It horo quality considered wc guarantee it against the world tw $250 $3.50 Up to $7.50 0 MEW SCHOOL SUITS To -fcpl safe when we state that there will not be as great a line cf Boys' New Clothing shown in Abilene this season. The prices we are making are lower than we have ever opened any former season with. We extend to every boy and their parents an invitation to come tb this store for boys suits at $2.50 $3.50 $4 00 and up to $7.50. Ssmjf Hdvs! Clothing ifprwi H AW I n WM ASP llALV U ;; l Jin I JJ tS-" IHK S " W iin T' a IX fr o ;m 3 1A 1 J i- ilK -N o 7. . T . . i.i fcwi5:K3K?igifi jh ? v7 a i II - . iiij-k nrr mn nrj Tnuviiiir a . y ycw. v( k...

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 — 16 September 1910

t in mum II.I.I ii iimiiii win mil in 11 ii i u i ii inn ii i i) in r i i - ...... . ymmmmggggnjmfmmlmmmm .i H' ' I ' . l " ' . . l. r ' n ' iijljllMlll M" f Ji t - rYUIDIT LAnlDI I WE ANNOUNCE OUR FALL OPENING ANII FASHION FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16th and 17th You are cordially invited to attend our 22nd semi-annual opening and fashion exhibit on above dates. We intend that this event shall surpass our former open- ing displays and reflect the progresVthat has characterized this store from the be- ginning. We have spent weeks carefully selecting the newest the best and most fashionable merchandise to be found in the largest markets in the country and have assembled them here ready for your inspection. ?P2BEp! MS ir.0 wihSIW If If 'y mL n i(&rJ imft fflfim Shkot A m J III yl 'OBET'". 1 :jwl Our Stocks are Large Every department through- out this store is brimful of n e w stylish merchandise. Generous assortment and splendid qualities bought and marked for sale at the lowes...

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 — 16 September 1910

HWMMMMW Rural Free Delivery Is in Serious Danger PUn of Administration to Place Entire Service Under Contract System by Substituting Star Route Delivery Tho following In taken from the It. r 0 News the oHlclul organ of tho Rational Iliitnl Letter Carriers' Aaso- ilullon mul IIh publication In those columns was requested: Over Iwcnty iuUIIoiih ot pcopio on Inrnis lu owty Statu unit Tcriltoiy are to-day enjoying tho convenience anil fcenellts derived froin n dally mall sor- ilco by ruial carriers Prior to Uio Mtnblishinoht of rural rreu dollvery several yenm ago the farmers ot the eoiintrj i i-celVecl little consideration fcy the fedirnl government In tho mat ter of tho delivery of their mnll. For- iu rly Uie fanners wore compelled to Mtnle a du off" at least once a week to jo to the nearest jiostofflce to got the greatest part responsible for tho their mall: now under the Improved 'deficit in the Postofflco Department (acuities of solving' them they receive. Admitting that rural free...

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 — 16 September 1910

Tffav t-vrsF ("" -rTT tfit MUM We Will Sell Choice Any Suit in the House $15.00 yr w1' T & &!$F'r' ' A. 1 Will sell you a good tailored suit from $10 tojnJMame class merchandise as we sold last seagopJJMfi $lfo $25.00 and they would cost you tyivom to fflaK.OO. These ffoods are mmoJSy aOiMfxailors ai Lamm & Co. M. Borft Jftfoe &Rjm Tailors. and-are first-class. Add (sMWfCtet to ordTrom $19. r.n $9.0 will Fdn vowxow (Xoioe fof S&05.. we M T M J realize the scarcity of money and we have the goods and ajgoing to sell them. We can fit you up in any tWrffvou wear Hats Shoes Underwear hosiery etc 1 if you wantrto order your suit don't forget that we are agents for two' of the best houses in the market and would be glad to iake your measure Misft Nothing Company Pine Street Abilene Texas GEI5 THREE YEARS ii:ki;njant i fokukky .iivttku Ai).iu(in:i) mjiltv hy johy ' )i:inn:.VTioxs itnn:r. JIM HARREL IS ADQUIITED (tut 1'uees Trial on Similar Charge ThurMluy; Ciisc of Stair...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 16 September 1910

Hv In L I J 5 Ut UUHI GiTIZENS BANK IS IMIKHI.YI'N NlMMMI OITKII til AT I'AITI'lir.S fl'MKS !' CITV mil. jri.Y ok inn. HIE BIDDING WAS LIVELY Hrt Slate Hunk .V Trim! (.'oinpuii) Vlmirnits Conlcnilprt SIiUIhIIcr on !Se Oily ItaHCnoIr Offpred l CHj Knplni'pr (WEDNESDAY) TIib Cttv Council mnt In it'KUlur aeti- fllon Tucsiluy prcsont Mnyor Ktriiy 'pi'OBldlup. unci Aldermen Chnndlcr Hills Mlntcr. Shncldorord. Mlnpils Sjhclton and ABderwm. In compllnnce with pervious notlcp roprOscittatlvcB rroui tho CIUzuiib N'" tlonnl bnntw Varmora & Morchants Na tlonal Ilnnlt and First Ctato Bank S Trust Company wore present to sub- mit bids on tho rumls of the etty from this date to the first meeting In .Inly. 1011 as city depositories. The bids ranged from 2 1-2 percent. up ending with a bid from the Cltdzuna National bank or 0. percent ror all deposits the eity to pay 10 porcent on overdrafts. The nmoiiut of the bond which tho liank will be reaulred to give as city lepository was fixed at $80000...

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