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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 7 October 1910

"FJ7""!pr"v'" .- ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER w IW 2 L m K t me XXV AHIUNK tKX.19 VH OCTOMKH 7 MM PATTERSON MEN M'JtHKK 8J. CONVENTION HEdULAir WIXU Of DEMOCRATIC PARTY IN TENNESSEE TO NAME CHAMPIONS. JUDGE JONES FOR GOVERNOR s Patterson Adherent Iilkcly Possibility .Also Senator Hob Taylor of "Fiddle and How" Fnmo; Mnny are Present. THFHPHTT F RPA C A TVC A D rn v UUu1mn.uz-& isuVJLifWJUlS NEW PRESIDENT OF PORTUGAL RINGING "0 Uy As80clntcd Preon. ASIIVILLE Oct. 6. The regular wing of tho Domocratlc party of this state met horo at noon today In stato convention Delegates from ovary coun- ty of tho stato aro present and much .enthusiasm prevails. Shortly after the convention was culled into session it waB announced that a nomineo for Governor to suc- ceed Malcolm II. Patterson would. ho selected. Tho choice is expected to take place thiB afternoon; A candidate for Hull road Commissioner of West Ten- nessee will also be named. United StatOB Senator "Bob" Taylor and Judgo Jone...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 7 October 1910

mrrwm4 -" m- 1 fATW l WijHM noww . ma mm mwjhh n' - WE ABILENE Oil REPORTER mm NO COM I'ublfchcd ICvury Hay HtMNCKIlTION KATI'H i Month (in mlvnwco) Month (In tulvancd) m MonthH (In ndvnnco) i Ytr (In ndvnnco 0.W M 3.70 S.Oi) . .......... mrinntnin iinnii tlin (diameter. RtAHdlnn or - nf biiv nnrnnn. firm or eoruoratlon which may 1 f9ar in tno coiumna oi mo ucpurwr m i ki" upon Its being nrougnt io tno whqhuqu m m Xjttcri portalnlng to buslnoBs should bo Rdrosaed to the W9r or Bomo particular department and not to indlvld- ) si in their nbsonco their mall will not be opened. Oratta chocks and postottlce and expreBB ordera Bhould bo payablo to tho ABILENE PKINTINO CUMrAiNX. fjcftcrlbers falling to rccolve tholr paper regularly will fr a favor upon tho management by reporting amo u t. hncinnan office. All tinners should bo dollvorcd by CM) each afternoon and If delivory is not made by 7:00 i Vcl.ick p. m.. report name to tno business omco. TELEPHONES tKtMn and Circulation S W. tf-7; R...

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 — 7 October 1910

.-vij V1 V f s k r- SAFETY OF PARIS MAN THREATENED major li t Hi:(Ki;r kkckivkh a LETTISH FKO.H THE BLACK HAND COFKDKRACY. DEMANDS- F Officers Will Take Charge of Tho Matter? Coniplalnls Charging ' Murder Filed Against Two Dalian Parties. Special to Tho Reporter. PARIS Oct. G. Major R. T. Scckol a promlnont Parte buslncsB man ro- ported to Aho pollco today that ho had found a Dlack Hand letter threatening him with death unless ho delivered to tho writer four valuable diamonds In his possession. Tho'noto read: "If four large diamonds' nro not left six Inches deep in water underground by tie telephone polo at tho cornor of Division and Brnmo streets by Thurs- day October C at three o'clock you Hhall die by tho Black Hand." The Major Is hot Bqrlously alarmed over the matter believing It to bd u practical joko on tho part of somo of( his friends calculated to alarm him' but tho pollco will bo on hand tomor- ( row at tho appointed time and place and await developments. Formal Complaints ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 7 October 1910

-..i AlAII J ... FREE R TO FARE ABILENE ((k' -V iss' ii. FREE RAILROAD FARE! Get receipt from your railroad ticket agent for fare paid. When your pur- chases at this mighty liquidation sale have reached $40.00 we will refund your railroad fare upon presentation of agent's receipt to transportation of- fice in the store. Let nothing keep you away. A sale of marvelous launching forth of thousands of irresistable un- matchable values. 1.6 DAYS 16 DAYS J. W. Bogar & Co. Many Thousand Dollar Department Store Stock Will Be Sold and Liquidated j Dry Goods Shoes Clothing Hats Caps Millinery Ladies' Ready-to- Wear Suits Skirts and Waists; Furnishing Goods For Men and Boys and Every Department of This Store Will be sold for 16 consecutive selling days at prices no human can duplicate. T HE most irresistible galaxy of Dependable High Class Merchandise ever assembled under one roof. No quarter is given; no quarter: is asked. There is only one consideration and that is to sell merchandise. T...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 7 October 1910

u 'I . X I . v i . Ill'" IIIHI'II M I WAGON HO ADS and RAILROADS m:witttimjbstm AN ADDRESS okluuonm ni. Okln Ocl Mil: li F Yoioim. (niitlrnmn.Ht. Unliuiml Htm Frnuolsrti tlnllrnrnl ('onipniiy. ilo- lUorkil nn iulilrinH on Furnipra'Dny M thi Oklahoma Hliilo Fnlr CiMlny. Iln uiJppt WiiH "Wngon Howls mill Will oadn ' . Mr Yoakum nld: i neam wo knowR Mint tlio uccoBRlty for country ronds Ih old hr mrinltiK JtoPlf. A Rood fnrin nwuy fnSia n rail rond orn public rona ih ninnmi nh mi- iirorttnblp ub without wutor. It l linrd rt nn.1..rtiin.l Win- AilinrlriuiB. wlm bnvo boon ho ciauriirlnlnR to other t ifnKS Hbould bo lmclnvnrd In nmltliip; v ' good country ronds Thcro hnH boon n dlBposltton to tiHu bull strength" and haul farm productH over bad roads rcKardless of oxnense . . ... m . Clood roads rdd grently to ho prolltB nnd comforts of frniim-H but kiinwlnc and comforts of fannois imt knowing so -nml saying so do no produce good rrmii- ifii.r win imvo i im 111I1(I( i AH talk and u wo 1 w ...

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 — 7 October 1910

MM Mtll BETTER TRAINING . IS SADLY-NEEDED TEXT OF V.N V IMIOIN II. VAMIIKKV JNMAnY TO l'HISON RliTINH. ATTENDANTS ARE HOT FITTED Training Schools for Prison Officlnh Should llo Established Where cicr Prison Arc Lorntnl Argues the Speaker. Uy Associated Prtiss. WASHINGTON D. C Oct. 5 Quoting tlio statcpicnt of llavelock Ellis thnt "the prison officer of today is about as woll fitted for tlio treati- ment of crimlnnlitj' ns tlio hoHpltnl nurso of n century ago was fitted for tho treatment of dfsense" Professor R. Vfrmbory of Hungnry professor in tho University of Budapest pleaded lioforo n largo audience nt tho Inter- national Prison Congress this after- noon for thorough professional train- ing of prison officials both Jn high places and In subordlunto positions. Professor Vnmbery paid tribute to tho remnrkablo personalities of many wardens and superintendents of American and European prisons' but maintained that on the. solution of tho fnr greater questioil of tho training In genera...

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 — 7 October 1910

Mi JI'IIIHiimHHLlM IMWW j; Special Sale of Drummers Sam ole Blank ets ; Beginning Friday October 7th ' - m&mt f.. - 'ti... t". '" Jf I I "in iM ""tuTui ' ' " '" ' ' " '""" ' L"""" '" " '"'"' ' !..l--Ll-EIJ kJJJll fc. r mi milium kmm i wi 7""""""y""wwHBsisii!iiyi . ."MMHBrrs Soeoial Sale of i M t ? u .Ju I 1 J4.- i We have just recei; to the finest Laml WeJfOi ummejrSample blapk&ts ranging in quality fromthe cheapest cotton up v - . I .P" JC7- l r I 11 . I . .. II --. .I.--.-. 4. r. -. - nv rtlfl rtVl iaRet oniyrme pair OLrfnuna. inese samples are an in iusi-uiaaa uuuuiuuu io 50 thejn33 percent below factory cost and Will sell them ch&dper ihanyou erer bought Blankets In Abilene T Ja . - at rm 1 "1 "M T "111 t 1 iem for fess and .wiir sell them lor less. Come k in Friday . ana baturaay ana an next weeK anouy youupply of blankets for the winter and save 25 to 50 per cent. Jr .r .... .. .1 . -i n t-H t i 1 ' Mi '11 1 ilso intake speoiai prices on all lines ot white quilts a...

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 — 11 October 1910

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY FARM REPORTER VOI.UMI! XX N AMMSNtt TI'.X'AS TrlMTUHI!1l It I"l0. M'MMIill 8.H 59TH ENCAMPMENT 1. 0. 0. F. OF TEXAS CONVENES TODAY Abilene Honored by Presence of Dele- gates f rdm All Parts of' State. NEGROES KILL A DEPUTY SHERIFF RAINFALL HAS PANIC STRICKEN PEOPLE FLEEING BEFORE FLAMES Manitoba and Minnesota Border Line Roaring Mass of Fire BEEN GENERA L WELCOME TO CITY EXTENDED BY JAYOR E. N. KIRBY. JUDGE.C. ft. KELLER RESPONDS In Behalf of the Visitors- Judge Bledsoe Extends Welcome of Lodges. Prom Monday's Daily: The WHU annual session of tlie -Grand Kncntiipmant and Department Council I. O. O. P. or Texas convened 1n thi tltv at 10 o'clock this morning for a two dns' meeting. Several hundred delegates nie present fioin ull over the state. The first session was called to ordor by Hon. W. -T. Cunnigham who intio- ciuced Mayor 13. N Klrhy. Mr. Klrby delivered a short address' of welcome n tho Kncamnmcnt delegates. Ho as sured them of the sincoie pleasure which ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 October 1910

tin tWH nm opens m ST. PAUL'S CUM mAin U'lUTOHU'M W Till! NEW m ii.niNd rsi:n fk KIHST TIMIIr REV B. I D0D8QN PREAGHES Minister From Cisco Will Conduct L'ro- traded Services Throughout tlio Week -Liirfce Atitllmiru Erect- ed Him I.nxt NlRbt. k s-MfHatsw?M" - tin mi tun tmm mm Hiu w t imihm m w W! (WfcPI t frr - r1 'tLiarf- ri.n.mp uiurtj UN I TUC OlnDlf tmniT mnn nf wimntlit flirttt Mn hm wiiflrft Mi nimmnrwu mnt nor iwm.nnun nikk. iiiu nwim vihhm mini i. niiinlmmit lulu tnniliitt frtiuVwfiR wllllnn In UrToiiur nil. Hwn hmmnUM pvmi IHiliBU i I a ilnii nnwuuuioii Tnipnype n limrrmitl the ftlilcf of naimidli'V nJiiyf.uv.ron Urn dimtff nttd hi tWMeit nnd HeiriiPN .Juiiiu n tit mm. imtfol liuU' IMMfliwr voluHtirotl to un 11. mi In nil iif.itin world' lilnltiry. MMi back Willi Urn ulrl. lii.hi lilonf In Chrit. Alimlri nf "I won't mini him" mild tin itilff the ilmreliert umy full Hltorl but Cliui "If lie wiuilH In surrender let lilln conic1 In IIU perfection still lends nml Mil nut with h...

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 — 11 October 1910

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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 — 11 October 1910

'WtlJiyifm9mKPttmimmmmSmSS!SSw' 4 Save This and Wait For the GIGANTIC PRICE CHALLENGE SALE THE BARGAIN GIANT OF COMMERCE Opens Friday Oct. 14 Closes Saturday Night Nov. 5 The most stupendous mercantile event that has eVer be&n exploited by an Abilene establishment in living over $75 000 worth of new fall merchandise. Greatest grandest and jnost colossal bargain-giving event that Abilene has ever known. You'll follow the flag the emblem of this great sale. Hundreds of boys and girls will spread the news of this colossal Twenty-Day event to every corner of this and surrounding country. orama of money-saving' chances. We are ready to meet your every need. The new autumn merchandise from the least expensive to the costliest is of the high est order of excellence. For location convenience compactness and comfort this store knows no rival in this part of the state. This season as heretofore The Greater Money-Saving Event. Because it involves special purchases of $30000 worth of New Fa...

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 — 11 October 1910

mmm m tnmmm mm4mi T .i if. m mmmmi OF ItMS COMMIES TOOAY r'iitimi'l rivnn iinnono) mill Wnvnlmrlib" It V Tuilthow. tiitU U'Hfi It h Wyhno Long lienrs .1. A. johiffon Terrell; r. Hmtipyi Mob J) 1 Itiililinfil. KuuruMii; Carroll Jtoftors Kiiuruiiuu WW lam I .aw on (IiiIvobIoii; V. A. tnotR(itii Morgan: W. 1. Boll .1i8Hi t-oviim: H l- Phil- lips jprho living; w. w cinpion Noiemo; K. U Miller Karmoravlllos h I. Davis Piano: 0 I MgCuUoiirIi Wichita Falls; It. 11. Shorroll Vernon; A TlnmitniB Anmtlllo: John U Wrtl- lcr DonlRon; .lolu'i E. MntthowB Molls I SaintiBcli Hlnwnllin; .1. W. Bntlei Tyler R. JT. HWnttH Houston; 11 jj. Irwin Pvnldoi It N. Williamson Crau- dall; A. A. -11(11011011 Piulhvlow: G. W. Junes Pnikor; Joe Sttleh Shor- nrnn; Dnn Hoffman Bronlintn; S W. Porter Sherman; 15 A Cox Sim An- tonio; 11. U Jolinson. Corslcunn; U M: Gulie Oiungo; W. V Bradley Iletl- gloy; II J Eintnlns D-allns; A. A. Rey- nolds 121 Paso: MIrs Stella Caldwell Cisco Miss Olio Strickland Clscoj C N. Ald...

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 — 11 October 1910

WWBW' yuituix S-.-. Some Facts About Portugal From Fort Worth Rtoord P Mittuut wlilPll )r Mil lr lhi nHmll tst Mniim pf Mumpi. Willi noisy Wmiili throw inn pmi'll vli ! hn n rontineu VU mm tr 3I.IJI wpiuro mib. n II! l tarm-r limit otiv own ! id Maliif which Hub JiihI revolted n?aiuu the Rc-publlenh imilx' Unumhtl on Ititr north anil oust by Spain on tin) south nml west by tho Atlanta tircotu U'Iihb veiy Inrito tani- torfnl popHi'daloim which help to rnlm iik standing among iintltmn. Until uKiieuiturp nmf irmnnttrruir-' lUK lw but mi Inferior develop'tnoflt liut bmii nn progressing. C'Oiufnttrco inosth hupnitutloif. otigngtnf n 1nro nan nfilm population which numbers about rT:'flinii. pTlntnty education la nominally cnutittlHor biit tho law Is not cn forced Very few of tlio children o' the lower classes attend school nnd In 1900 marly four-fifths or tho popu- rutlcm were unable to rend. TV Unb verpll or Culmbra has all nltoitdaiu'i' of 1037 and Lisbon and Oporto have special schools...

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 — 11 October 1910

rw ihm CLERICS ORDERED OF 0 GOO nniTiiiiiiKsi: (OviiiiK.Mr.NT mvi:s rm'iiriiMKx twijstv fouu . nouns TO t'lilJAit out. JESUITS SAVED BY FLAG ItclMiMlciuw A thick iMoimstcry Mil One Urlcst) Tfcsltlpjit Stlrctly I'rolilbHs KI0II11& Shows He H In l'nriicat. Hy Associated Press. L1SU0N Oct. S. Tho fiist astonish- ing stop taken by President Thoophllo llrnga and associates today wob the publication of nn ollelnl docreo order- ing all religions (todies In Portugal to leave the country within twenty four hours. ' This i the carrying out of the now fiovoi nhiont's policy in which the pro- mise was made to separate the church and Statu and suppress those religions orders that have flourished apace In Portugal for time and anon. Troops Helena Clerics. Tiqops are stationed In the vicinity or the religions establishments to prevent attacks upon them by mobs. The Min- ister or Justice has released all prls-j oners charged wiht belonging to scciet. societies. I PrUeui'i's Fire on (ttiiirds.. ...

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 — 11 October 1910

"""' IIHIHillil Ill ! l l.ll.illll .lll HI III In M""' " ' -.! . (JtM CARTER OFFERED BJUL'WILEHE MERCHANT IS SHOT &aAes TaAo-AQsaT .iimtii i: op Tin: pc.vci: ki;i:iiii Mi IIAI.I. AT IIUMi; WITH A lll'l. ir.Tfuu.iMtf Miioriir.u CtiuilllliMi of Ih'rrj rinmi Initroos HIIkIiII)) Avnl .Ni-gw Sliol Frliliiy l.tliol) llrcntcr. Alli'inpn'il A!fasliinllnii on. l'uri of I'likiittMii I'nrOi Unkori llittf .MhiIo no Arrcsjf) W. &rea&& &armfew. X)aVaes o ' . li z ftauveA xvoWre b'' Tvl Dim thing w- want to emphasis hero in that UiIb Biol" ta iro-vtlnoiitl ir plheu or iiualHln women' icaily-to-wnrgnrmpitsi AW Invito coinpnrlsoi. of prices Prlco.howUver Is not the tnqs Important tiling In buying garments Quality the value yriu get Is tlie'inost inportant thing. Anil In buying n suit or coal iliu joints' of fttlo flLi workmanship and nnnllty should all lie considered. WuV'llevo Hint when tlivsiv points arc taken Into consideration no ready-to-wear garment yon c'ih 'find art us lo...

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 — 14 October 1910

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER AHH.KNK TKXA8 r'KIILW OCTOBER II tttlO NKMHl'lt m. viu.i)Mk x U 'J -i . V STRIKE LEADERS I ARRESTED 0 Y 1mo court t ansulr ' serious charge. TBUFFIC IS AT STANDSTILL Rullwnj Strike Coat Mines Dismiss Laborers While Strike is Fending. J5SK. Y3.-T0d.1y ;.vo at tnu ltt0PBt Influential BUiUo loaclorB n t.o conernl railroad wiinw --- . J?? under arrest on a charge ot Inclt- !. lrlkora to lawlessness. lBKS5SK railroad union .uc- J?i In demoralizing service on Jo T.VHKANT COUNTY OFFICIALS ih.tehmink to ha vk hi:c orrs Special to The Reporter FOllT WORTH. Ool. 111. Tnrinnt county oinclulB nro determined to hoop tho record-- of the county having made copies of tho books with tlio recordn of real estnto trnnafarB and boundary llncH going Imch to I860. Tlio pioBcnl reeordH nro In a mutilated condition. TROPICAL STORM REPORTER coming north rttOM cura By Associated PrCBH. MOBIL.!1 AIA.. Oct IS. Tlio local Weathor Bureau today received warn- ing that n tropical s...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 14 October 1910

TT ' WWT Sfcvi Roosevelt Up In Biplane; . Astounded Crowd Silent Twice Circles St. kouis Aviation Field at Height of 150 Feet with Arch Hoxey: &T LOWS Mo. Oct I i Tho Col oncl'n mill my birthday nro on tho aum ilnti Oct. 27 which nlwnys linn Klvon mo ti lmrtlnl fooling lownrrt him and strengthened my ilotormlnntlon to iako lilm tip. Srt when 1 was Intro- duced to him by Mr. Jjiinbcrt t snltl to him: "Our birthdays nro oil tho samo (Into C'olonol so you can trust yonrsolf with mo." After 1 tQld him nbolit our birthdays ho smiled. As Boon as I saw his Btnllo J know 1 had him. Mr. Lambors then said something to him about my trip from Springfield and Col. Roosevelt said ho envied mo. I then snld "There Is your chance to share It with me." Ho replied: "No" "Sure" t answered. The Colonel then aald "All right- let's not make too much fuss about It while I nm setting Into tho machine. Before I eouUl sot off Of (ho auto- mobile whore I was standing the Col- onel had his coat off and was ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 14 October 1910

V.UIK IN MM '-. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmimmmmm&mdmimmmMiimmmmmmmm m miimmmmmmmmmmmmmilammBtimmmmm wmiawtwltwiniwwtiiwwbfciwiiinwnwwn wwirtwlwMii.i Without Blare of Trumpet or Fairy Stories We Are After Your FALL BUSINESS II WE REALIZE conditions as thoroughly as any firm in this section of the country. We know that one dollar has the work of two to do this season. While many merchants were talking dry weather and stringent money matters we were exerting our best efforts in the eastern markets pounding prices on every item that we bought with a view of offering greater values on first class merchandise than we have ever offered before. Experience combined with quan- tity buying for spot cash has enabled us to gather a stock of merchandise much below value first class fash- ionable merchandise at prices that suit the conditions of this section. Our stock is now complete and aggre- gates about $110000. We are going to sell the stock at prices that will make this sto$...

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 October 1910

fi f m . ( r . I IT I ' . ' ' " i11 ' ' '""" ""H" ' '"-' . . Mtfti HVH J -- V ft Of ..... i ' "" i III . h X ei r Mighty Liquidation Sale yrfyw m .. . . . .." .jsi' rzs Xi''.'x:rTT. ;xr iaifeavr' - -te - r..-... jja iii mnmmnTn muun csi.mjt w- -- .--- cvvi y tioiM mm wfiw - - $22.50 Indies Tailored Suits ' $17 48 10.r0 Ladles Tailored Suits $13 98 $15.00 Uidlcs Tailored Suits $1198 $0.50 Tailored Dress Skirts $ 8 $5.00 ladles Long Coats $3 78 $10.00 Colored Long Coats - $? 9 $16.50 Kino Broadcloth CoatB .....$13 98 MIsbcb Coals worth $3.50 $4.00 and $6.00 now $2.7S $3.48 ; Chlldrens Cloth. Volvct and Bearskin Coats $1.39 up to.... $3 25c Worsted Dross GoodB . .". ..... 35c .Worsted Dress Goods . 50c Fancy Wool Weaves .. . " $1.00 Fancy Wool Cloths ' """ on $1.25 Shrunk Broadcloth aac $1.50 Imported tB Fabric Eta 28 $1.00 GuarnaflK'd Black $1.00 YAWViflb Satl 35c ByiJh TablryEincn C5cjflleah fnWfo Linen Purfl LKn Damas (6.00 ndyil50 Men'suoeB $5.00 rfhfl $5.50 McjfB SIIOOb $4.60 tfrn...

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 October 1910

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