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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 4 March 1910

i WflB fIVE. Latest Fashions in Apparel ftlijb f .' ' - ' - iJi- ' T i . . HBni&SMHR For Both Ladies and Men U ' . iflzX&&nQ&lE&t!rMmi e7 VfcT6' 53 h w i j . U it' . Mr ' Wfl" t m " E i tx 4r ' a & to Ft vPrlHBFff" i7 UK A 1rikJe) rU (!' j7 I ff K. Vi& 3 t ' - . j i r -1 ' ' ' ' ' ' - ' ' i- .. i i i..i. i ..I.- ...y - i . --.- ...I ....). ..!.. i i i. 2 ABILENE MEN WERE IN WRECK A. II. KIRBY AND E. S. HUGHES THANKFUL THAT THEF ARE STILL ALIYE. FIVE CARS JUMPED TRACK Bnt 'the Abilene PuUninn Was Hardly Jarred; All Trains Held Up Until Wrecking Crew Clear cd tlio Track. Prom Sunday's Dally: Saturday's westbound passenger No. 5 due at C: 06 in themornlng did not "arrive until ten minutes after four In tho afternoon or shortly in advance r No. 7 due at 4 : 27 o'clock. The wreck at Anneta in -which five passenger cars on No. 5 jumped tho track 'was happily not a serious one irom a casualties standpoint Never- theless Jt was a whole package of MingusBios.&...

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 — 4 March 1910

iltrn tuy-nYk'-i-f '-"'""' v""1 aiti)KtwJiiiiiViirti ' l'AE Sia The Union Woolen Go. 145 PINE STREET Is now in Abilene to "Stay." Why pay more than $15 NO MORE-NO U&S For TaiOoredyto-Ordej AIIW Qpi)6ints Fit Wjriraanshfandifuality all jgwLhAteed m M Iw m DoritwFv&tMLooklOveY Our Samplefiore Buying. We deal From Mill to Man That's the Reason We invite inspection. Gome and see bur Samples wheth- er you buy or not. NEILL OPPOSES DOT IN COTTON RATES Former President farmers' Union Dc- clarcs Reduction Will Cost Mil- i lions ; Seed Trust lu Power i FORT WORTH Feb. 38 Flat-rooted opposition to. a reduction in freight rates on cotton in Texas Is announced jn a letter to 6. B. Colquitt by former President D. J. Neill of the Texas FarmerB Union. This reduction ques-' tion Is pending before the railroad cam mission of which Mr. Colquitt is a member In addition to being a. candi- date for governor of Texas Mr. Neill bases his opposition on figures he has gathered and. on othor evidence...

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

AUK MKVKN tV' b ItS V. 8 f il K lew Breakfast Food JR PRICES LjLw JK.A1JV FOOD '. combination of cereals and BARLEY. Nothing like it upon the market. The most nourishing wholesome and palatable food ever made. Created by Dr. Price a Pure Food Producer for half a century. If a dyspeptic try this food. So "easily digested vfill agree with the most delicate. Ask your 'Grocer. H06S 19.70 HI . FT. T SOUTHWESTERN HOG KECQltD IS SMASHED SHOWING THAT HISTORY REPEATS. TEN DOLLAR HOB THE SONG Hog Market lit Chicago Sniushed ilieu Porkers Draw $10.10; Ten dol- lars Iii Round Sum paid At Louisville FORT WORTH March 2. Hogs broke all recorls on the stock market today bringing nine dollars and sev- enty cents por hundred weight. Actlvo buying was featured at an early hour today and the market as usual proved too small for the de- mand. Oklahoma hogs brought round prices while 'one car frpm Western TexaB sold for nine seventy. - It is freely predicted by experts on the hog situation that ten dolla...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 4 March 1910

ir . ha Ud wW-ifc.-. 40 '-. . .. .. Vv-iifa-w- - -Jt-JV H WK-n vSCXw. 1- -u -iTZ 1 () PAGE JlIGH'i L. ''1- v.-... ! . -i. . $-- REl'ORT TO TllECOMlvrilOii'LTili ; OF THE CURRENCY ';'' " ' ' '''Condensed1 ' ' ' OF The Citizens National Bank Abilene Texas At the Close of Business Monday January 31 1910 FLOODS III OHIO BRING DISASTER .. i Resources: Loans and Discounts . . . w ...... . Vy:.. .:.....'... .$312251.11 U S Bonds nt Par . . . . .'. . . . .' .T. '...' 50000.00 Banking House and Fixtures . . .jT.. '.'.. ...... .' 17750.00 Real Estate .... .:...y.. ...... '...'.' 8272.02 Cash In Vault and with othfBanks.. ;S229i7.94 ' Bills of Exchange drawagalnst Cotton..... 2216.52 232194.40 Total . . . . . .jr. ...-.' - .'. . .$070770.5!) " Liabilities: Capital Stock . '. . . . .:. i ;$io0000.00 Surplus and ...Profits :...'.. 8C309.09 Circulation ..: ....... G0000.00 Deposits ...'... . . '.'. :':. ; . -. : ;'. ... . . ... . . . -. . . . ..... .;' 481371.50 Money Borrowed . 1 .'.::'-it.-.-J ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 March 1910

'"wmr'mmm: PpsnrapTIPWMi.i' " "1- Jj'. ' -r-1''.Mf".?fw" ; ii??P?Tyrw'fi "' '- ". . ' '-T " . iTi'i' ARM REPORTER VOLUME XXX. Jtn.II.EMi TEXAS TUESDAY MARC! NUMBER 9C ft - INTEREST Pi v&wqvs oxv'ie.xas GOOD MEETING OF ABILENE VETERANS . HEARING CLIMAX BMUBE5 1 LEADERS BEARING DOWN IN MOVEMENT FOR SYMPATH ETIC STRIKE. THOSE IN SOUTH AND WEST. ARE NEARLY ALL MEMBERS OF TOM GREEN CAMP U. C. V. PRESENT AT SESSION SUNDAV. FORCED TO PAY THE HIGHEST KATES iK '-Vp$$2S if ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLf -' ' " ' ! ' -"" - - ii- 1 i- STRIKE ML W ). H 1 ' u . AUTHORITIES ARE CONFIDENT Say Not Over Fifty Thousand Union I Men Work in Philadelphia and That They Entertain No Fonts of Trouble By Associated Press: PHILADELPHIA Pa. March 7 The real test In tho attempt of the strike leaders and union officials to bring about a general strike here in sympathy with the Street car men is looked for today. On. the .baBis or Sat- urday's showing both the employers and authorities' of the city have pro- fessed the ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 March 1910

iu'i iTiiwiTSmmvlmimi IK TAGE TWO '"! ! ( '(. jjtMnnilMOMHIMMtll 1 TRUXTON KING i Story of ....GrausiarK. 1 By GEORGE BARR M'CUTOHEON CopjrrigM. 1969. by Geonl Bwr I McCaleheon CfffrUbl 1909. by Dodd. Mud MMMiHniumnmii CHAPTER XIII. A DIVINITY SHAPES. I T wns pitch dark when ho awoko. The sound of breathing came to his cars. IIo sat up. His bands were free. It had not been n 4ream. She was lying over there asleep. The cnndlo had burnt itself mt; that was nil. IIo crept softly across the door. In the darkness ho sftmsd her and touched the garments be wore and drew back enthralled. .Afraid to inovo for fear of disturb teg her he sat quietly for an hour or more. All this time his brain was working like mad in tho new found de- ltas to perform miracles for the sake HC this lovely unattainable creature. "fie was forgetting the prince tho hor- Jers ofmie 'Juth; ho was thinking only -3C saving this girl from the fate that "3fetarlanx had In storo for her. Vos Skigo may have had the promise...

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

ffWWWW W W "fwr&TrWft&?ifia ww wr V tVS!1" lilfWHJ' jwr w tr " yrt-SfW$ 1 I 1 IP f J AtfR TMfttfl. t t.a y k tun. mid whlkoit ittvny from the rlit- ilnwi tosdnjt n ilgaro I? Into n srntt on llio opposite ddi ofc (he room. Then ho looked nt hh v.-.itoh T'ho man Mllo stood ill I hi middle of the fielfiht iir looking down in wonder ilt Hi' fugitives V((h ii (all Vniiliond of Hie iliont i)latiu'xo.tio type. No rupa hmillij wn rover ho mltcied 4111a torn its 1 his rakish Individual Ills clothes inroly hung Wether on IiIh lank rninu'.' ) Long thin )fK curlcij Into 11 Htnlle or ilellolous regard. Ills Hides HuooJfwltli (lie quiet cliuckto of understanding Ho was thinking of other days and lilghtH and Of many molds Hi frtroff lands mid of countless Journey In which ho. too hodjind fair and gentle company short Jouiih'jh yen hut not to ho forgot ten. . He lighted the Htuh of a tallow can- dle. All. how envied this great. sleep- ing wayfaipr! .How beautiful his mts-( jrosst How'f'ortu...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 March 1910

Wm44imim& jk four Urytfn"' im 1 m jKbihne Stmi-WteKly Farm ReporUr iY ABILENE PRINTING" COMPANY PUBLISHERS. Published on Tuesday and Friday of efe. week at 1028 North Second Street AWlcne Texas 8UIISCRIVTI0N KATES Oae Year .....$L00 Six Months .GO i . i. ... - Jk&f erroneous reflection Upon Uio character standing or reputation of aay person firm or corporation which nay appear in tho columns of Tlio Abilene Somi-Wcokly Fnrm itoportor -will bo gladly corrected upon Its being reght to tho attention of tho firm. letters portalhlng to business should fee addressed to tho paper or some par' tkular department but not to Individ- uals as In their nbsonco their mall -will not bo opened. Droits checks mA postofDco or express orders should "ke made pnyablo to tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. Application made to havo this Publica- tion entered at tho Postoffico at Abl- leno Texas as second clasfi mall Matter. CHARGE DR. HYDE POISONING COL. SWOPE Mast Also Answer to Accusation of Jlavlng T...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 March 1910

PAGE F1YK. 1 v I i ti im H m "N LAST MEETING F GOMMERGIAL CLUB FOlt FOURTH YEAR OF ITS EX- JSXENOK IN AIHLENB WILL BE HELD TONIGHT. NEW. PLANS BEING FORMED For Carrjlng on Work Another l'enr and Officers ami Directors Say They HttTo Few Surprises for Tlio Membership. Tonight will bo the regular monthly meeting of the Abllono 25000 Club di- rectors and in vlow of the fact that this Is tho last regular meeting during this cluh year the people generally aro urged to attend this meeting Tho Question of shaping up matters Of the now year which begins April last and whteh will bo tno Cth year of tho Abilene 25000 club Includes matters that should havo tho attention of the people generally of Abilene -and tho only way that any community can hope to secure a full maximum of fav- orable results from their commercial club work Is for a largo number of their people to turn out to the meet- ings and take in interest in tho pio ceedings. Work that might be burdensome up- on jus a few it divided ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 March 1910

a."'." 'wbi 11.-- . A.lsy.! tig . fv...ihWjjyfi PAtiK &1X 4 nt nl.t Biill on note and foreclosure Wednesdays Stato vcrsiiB John Leo Berry (col) charged With sodomy. THURSDAY: Stato versus Lon Mclcar charged With seduction. FRIDAY! Stato versus J W. Owon charged Announcement: with assault with Intent to murdor. To dato tho grand Jury has returned olovoii Indictments all for felonies. W MWPHW1HH . mirVv tai u iiH LV LH L H B LH HHIB UM r t mmmmmmmm2L r K I y a 5. H F1 '0. jTo The People of Abilene ft Having established a drug business in (he cilv of Abilene and having met with success I shall from this date take up the active practice of medicine in your midst. Until furthpr notice I will confine my practice to office work to consultation surgical and ob- stetric cases. If I make a specialty of any class of cases it will be those casewhich other phy- sicians have failed to rdve 01 cure. I have had more than twelryears of active practice and should you conOU me I assure you that yo...

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

I'AGK SEVEN tKtfrtriWti ? A' ! : $ .v '. n REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP THE FARMERS & MUNIS . National Bank In Abilene Texas At the Close jusmess January 31 1910 . RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $41107G.32 Bank Build and Fix.. 11500.00 U 3. Bonds and Prd- mlums ..... i 13p;500.00 Other bonds ....i. 16500.00 Duo from U. S. Trcas uror $1051. ' Due from banks and In V. 229.6C8.33 Bills of Ex. 161497.20 Bills Of Ex 101497.20 3D2217il8 Total .$967792.50 LIABILITIES. Capital . .. ? 100000.00 . SurplllB and Profits .. 7767542 ' Circulation .....! 10000000 Rediscount ............ NONE Bills payable . .. ... . . . .'.. NONE pthor Borrowed money NONE DEPOSITS Individual $532541.16 Bank .....:. 94449.81 U. S 1000.00 Cashier's Cks 10558.11- Dividends Unpaid .. 1.56S.0O 690117.08 Total . . . . :$9G7792.P0 The above statement is correct . . HENRY JAMES; Cashier That trie Deposits of the Farmers & Merchants L National Bank have Increased $256687.98 since September statement is proof enough t...

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

mmto ffljt1 page Kioiii --.( - Tt-Vvf Mffi$ff3$ 'w4" WWSfBT .;'' 3fr VS' f-F1 l'r v. A WANT AD. May ' ivc You Money in Wore Wnys Hian One- T u Want Ad GUINEAS A! POUNDS FOR SALEFOR' SALE Good BOdond nand runabout buggy for wood or1 feed. Dr. 0. T. Scott. lG-Kd-wlt More Than the More Shilling Dif- ference Between Them. MONEY CASTE IN' ENGLAND. YOU WILL FIND Mil at Trnnthnm'd '& Dnrby's On Chestnut strcot" paying Ufghost cobIi prlct for chickens And ckkb. W H.. Tlnnln . w4t -iii i i - NOTICE For the best of sand sec B. O. Creswoll nnd S.E. Smith nt their eand pit onW. J. Marsh's farm 3 1-2 miles west qX4town. All orderB given prompt attention. Your patronage is solicited. 2-25-3t STRAYED OR STOLEN Ono blue mare edit 3 years old; unbranded. Finder please notify E. H. McCamant McCamant Tex. fcb.25w2t FOR SALE Woll drill good condl- tion; bargain for cash. Also peanut hay. T F Wood. McCamant. 2-28dlW3 WANTED A girl to do general house work In a small family good home. Apply t o D D. ...

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 March 1910

.wf ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY M REPORTER JL. YOLUMK XX.W ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 'NUMBER 27 FAR iJfiiiio. fc v i f COUNCIL I CITY FATHERS MEET TO DISCUSS SOME LOGAL MATTERS OF GREAT INTEREST ABOUT THE STREET PAVING FtIh(J Committee Lays Ont Proposed District For Paving Purposes; City Plumbing Inspector Sends In Resignation From Wednesday's Dally: The city council met in regular ses sion yesterday with Mayor KIrby present and presiding .and tho follow ing aldermen present: MIngus Shack elford Kauffman Herring Ellis ana Anderson The request of Mr. Roberts to havo his rendition corrected was upon re commendation of a special committeo cranted. The request of Messrs. Handy and Swenson to have the city joined In the sale of the permanent iisning ' hunting and boating rights on Lytle lake to the country club was referred to the City Attorney for report The petition of a number of citizens for better water service In the vicinity of South Ninth and Elm street South Eichth and Poplar was. read...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 March 1910

Iff "") ' i- ''.''$ '' "' '"' M" w-'?'iT5!?..!JT''TJrif'5. '" s w.. rnxmma m i' i y-lWllW!ll'HlMWWiir''5a'l'JVt1: "'iT'-H wj '.- ''.""-;-'?a'."i: vi '-. i? '. ' ' CASE OF 600DE It 28" 22n 5SST in " I "1 9 1 " ff!.a r r "ABILENE'S BUSY CORNER" t an t 11 . c test o o W LAWYERS CONCLUDE ARGUMENTS IX CATTLE THEFT OASE DISTRICT COURT. Largest distributors (at retail) in Centra West Texas of DAVIS CASE FOR TONIGHT '.i( HARDWARE VEHICLES t u OW 1 J i The STORE with th GOODS and th PRICES . ' . i-il 'I . ' ' (..It N tMPLifiMfrs . I vr4T ffc-fr 'V - lifi. 'ft 5i ' i'or sore throat sharp pain lii lungs tightness across the chest hoarseness or cough lave the parts with .bioatvs iLiniment You don't need to Jay it on lightly. It I penetrates instantly to the seat of. the trcfublc relieves conges- tion and? stops the pain. lere's the Proof. Tr A. W. Price Fredqnla Kans. says s "We have used Sloan's Lini- ment for a year and find it an excel- lent thing for sore throat chest pains colds and hay fe...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 March 1910

K' k: aUV. THHK1 ; MI f i il fc J DOCTOR EFFECTS IL WONOEBFU CURE lll'Ff ALO UAl' SCKI1IE KELA'IES A8T0NIS1UN0 FEAT OF A LOCAL l'lll'SlClAN GEESE AND DOCK PLENTIFUL feathered (lame Winging Their Way Our Sequestered lliimlet Suggest . lu Gladdening lYny the Near -Approach of Spring. Money I Money ii Plenty of money to loan on farm and Ranch lands at eight per cent interest. My Company gives the best contract ever offered the borrower. We give you the privilege of paying or not paying So if you want to make a loan be sure and investigate my con ivact 9 U Civ It . . . . V. E. MUIR Abilene Texas took in the beauties of tho Prnlrla I -. if ti.li .. i1.il I- .1 I...! LI I) UI JIUI1UIIU HUB Wl'UK 1U1U 11IU1- dpntly did somo shopping and trading. Stntf Sueclnl ' Rav- Moddo ol Abllcno was in tho BUFFALO QAlJ March 9r-Thoro la city lately attending tho services being a dearth of railroad laborers Just at held at tho Methodist ehurch. Ho hns present on the construction work now returned to his...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 March 1910

U(hvAMMiiw kWVgWf jNW il'wWVJ rilUrJ iVr Hiih.i fefcAfd. i r itftfa4wi niwuniuiiaw -wr il.lliiji.i tllmWiOW.... ivy. reu . am vV fs"ai fe 1 .. ' I.- i i - u. Lii r Abilene Smi-WeeK!y Frm Reporter BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY PUBLISHERS. Published on Tuesday and Friday of MCb week nt 1028 North Second Street AWlone toxna x BUHSCKirXION RATES" Oae Year .......$1.00 Six Months .50 Any erroneous reflection upon tho character -standing or reputation of ay porson firm or corporation which Jy appear In tho columns of Tho AWleno Soml-Wcbkly Farm Reporter will bo gladly corrected upon Its being areaght to tho attention of tho firm. Petosl 2ettorB pertaining to business should "a addressed to tho paper or some par- ticular department but not'to Individ- uals na In their absence their mall 'will not bo opened. Drafts checks wad postofllco or express orders should fee mado payable to iho ABILENE KtlNTING COMP ANY. Application mado to have this Publica- tion entered at tho Postoffico at Abi- lene...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 March 1910

' '""..-I '- '! f iJW MYI. fo i ) ' v ' ' ' r Wlnflcld Hnrpold of Italy Texan In a paper road before the Toxaa Corn Growers Association on "Some Ad- vantages to bo Derived ftom Flantltfg Mexican Juno corn" said: The first advantage consists In the "planting tlmo" being Extended from tho first of March to the flrBt of Aug. No one can compute this advantago unless ho has completely lost his early corn by ravages of lnscnts hall or Juno drouth. In tho year 1902 .after tho greonbugs had destroyed my wheat I planted some of tho land In Juno corn on tho 28th of May ahd made GB busholB per acre. The same year tho hot wlndB mado 565 pounds of lint cotton per note and It waa a. bad year Tor boll Worms too. Itcmembor this i'ou must keep your land clean and mollbw up to tho time of planting. Third advantago: By the use of Juno corn you may In many cases doublo the size of tho farm for by hs use two crops per year mv bo made where he- fore you only mu one. I havo planted .ter wheat made Go bush...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 March 1910

"-AC j tki jKsrt. "h v -Vi if f ' 1" T " T .& ft i)iiWiWi ift.l iji ji y.).uj 'lYte-. .ABfllwUri !' Vi FAflK SIX w t I IV -...' "ir -- ( Tho Kind You llavo Alnwys Bought nnd tvlilch has licjcn in tiso for over 30 years lina homo tlio slgnaturo of . nml lias uconmauo under JilBcr- tt 'J1- 7 BODalBuporrislonsincoitsiuftuutf. CcteUM Allow iioo1iQikdflolvoyorfln this. All Counterfeits Imitations jyWanHas2WlMnro bufc Experiments that trlilo witMfficl endnftgerMo health o Infants and Children ExuJRouco ngnlnsrl2uorInicnt. What isASCORA Castorla Is a harmle3stib9ttuto gorle Drops and Soonting onnfiilnn nnttlicr Onhflhl. JUornjilpo substance. Its ago and allays Fovorlsl ess. It Colic. It relieves lothing and Flatulency. I Stomach nnd Bow The Children's Pa STOKIA GENUINE B tho C9? The Kind You Me Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THC OCNTAUn QOMPAHV TT tt UHHA BTIICCT HWOBR CITY. Abilene Qotirvtry Farmers i What They're Doing Have Done and can' do. -:- By S. L. N. Mrs. J. T. Monk l...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 March 1910

MfWWBm (oaspBaajifijw&fCij&fiBww f" t"1' W"! ' 'V '"'l ' " V5S"Tr "' lAt.is S1JVKK ." ' 10 DAYS SPECIAL REDUCTION 4f '- !-1'S. j ft' I !-. I Having bought heavily before the advance in prices oh all goods in my line and wanting to let the people of Abilene see what bargains they can get for the next 10 days beginning Sat- urday Morning at 9 O'clock March 12th and Lasting Until Tuesday Night March 22nd I will give you some of the biggest bargaihs that. Deen ottered m Glassware unmaware iiinameiware Hardware Notions and Tinware in AbilgsrfeT I have only one Nickel Store and that in AbikrtCto buy for but having bought the goods for caMfnow I want to convert as many of them into cajjifas is possible to do in 10 days. .Briqe wjll be in rgirtallrTotr remem- ber in my RemoralJ?alj(wvember what bargains I gave you before JjgGmy store to my present lo- cation oppositJdfot t won't quote any prices but ask you tfmnd see for yourself what you can btiy for 5c TM 15c 20c and 25c and I wil...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 March 1910

mm wu'wi wmmimmm4mf Srs l.tjMnr liJI ft ' .. 1 v rAOK MGKi mHmmSm f LS t! f- f A VV JM'asasnlffi-;. IBS THE AMOUNT GROWS quickly after the first deposit. Dofore the account was opened money was spent without thought Now it Is sent to THE COMMERCIAL. NATIONAL BANK Abilene Texas and such stlnw as may be required nro withdrawn up- on presentation of cheque This Is a check on expenditures and reduces to a minimum the possibility of errors In accounts The business of the bank 1k conduct ed on safe lines and the Intercut of depositors fully safeguarded. COMMERCIAL NATIONAL RANK Abilene. Texas IT XOOK FINE to bo seen driving about with a hand some carriage and a glistening har- ness. It Is fine too if you are sure of your turn-out. WEIL SUPPLY THE HARNESS TART f you say so. Wo invite you to call and inspect the kind of harness wo consider right. Note thO fine stitch- ing the pliant leather the shining metal. You'll find every detail up to the highest Btandard except the price. That's low. ...

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