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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 November 1910

VMW ruwn Mmmmmmmm HMMMIHMMWMMMNlMMMWNMaMMNMMMHnMMaMMnaMHa i - ' llALTIMOUH Mil Nov. 10. Ansort- floating IiohmHuIh freBh nir homes li; that 11 Wrt8 "Up to the inothoru" ilny iiurBorlofl and till the agencies t nolvo llu problem of Infant mortal- which nro Interested In the Imby pro- Ry Wilbur C Phillips secretary of hlmti lloforo birth tho depot minm tfcn New York Milk CommiBBlon In tin t thru her Intlinnto knowledge or these address on "Infants' Milk Depots niul ngoht'leB will nsBiimo responsibility ot Infant Mortality" ut tho iinnunl meet-'preparing mothers for n successful do- lug or tho Atnorlcan AsHOPhiUou for l Ivory. After tho baby Ib born alio Study mid Prevention of infant Mortal- will continue to look after It niid will Ity .emphasized the importance of tho'uiai'o nt tllu mother'H disposal every 4Mlucatlonal features of the bablcH' milk iknoWn meanB of bringing 'It to strong dispensaries. "In tho last annalysls" and healthy childhood. The milk dc- ke said "Infant mortality...

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 — 11 November 1910

Amrmm m mm SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER BY AM1LKNH PRINTING COMPANY. HHAKKlIOI.Dl'.llHt Geo. 8. Anderson B. 11. Kloftsr( M. U. Hunks. BUIISOUIL'TION RATES I INmm 7r . ftiKftftaths .$1.00 . .50 ...) n Mm phnrnntnr. standing Or ay rroneous rauuuuuu uiU.. ...- ---. - ..a. . ...... ....m firm nr corporation which may uwmi la the columns of Tlio Ileportor will bo gladly cor- -" . a ai t..tlnn nt h firm. Mt4 apon Its being nrnugiuvo "" """".;." - -.--- litters pertaining to business should bo aur.rcBBeo. to u- Mr or some particular department and not to Individ- uals u In their absence their mall will not be opened. ratts. checks and postotfjeo and express ore should ' 0 payable to tue AuiLic;rm imnn 4meiiber0 falling to receive their paper regularly will sfr a favor upon tno rannngeiAiuui. x .. o ----- ..-- . i all nnnnrn nhould bfl dollverCd by -. each afternoon and If delivery ia not made by 7.00 elock p. m. report same to mo ""'-" "" TELEPHONES tmMi and Circulation. S. W. 6-7; RobortB 0-...

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 November 1910

r.vR nn ! ILLINOIS RESIDENTS FIVE HUNDRED YEARS DVt Worry In Their Common Ad lice llMt They Dlaa&reo On Other Details BMtlNQtflEL.D 111. Nov. 8. Dill gent Inquiries by correspondents re- vchlB Hint only nine persons now liv- ing In Illinois lmvo passed tho con- tury mark. This mentis thht scarcely two persona In ft inllllon boo tho world grow n hundred years older and wis-: or. To these- nlno belong tho distinction of having lived through tho most mo- montoiiB century In nil tho history ot hunmn progress. Thoy have soon tho population of tho United States grow from five million to nearly one hun- dred and ninety million and the wealth of tho nation' Increase from $7000000000 to more than $100000- 000000000. Whou tbey began mo there were no railroads and no one had ever thought of Bitch a thing ns the telegraph and tolcphono and tho flying machine. Tho sewing machine bad not been Invluted and photography waa practically unknown. Only a few of the larger cities boasted newspa- per...

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 November 1910

fMH PfX rr 4rw DUCK M0IDIX6 LYILEt flint III tnintliH dr-mt. bit thrnuitti rtit heart .liilinmui Hnil Jiml ntilurd IiIh firm term tin tni unnrnmir nnd wn UyTi.DC lut Q 771 KM rtimtiiiu for re-election without mi) IIUniLIIU Hill I WM.U.U j!! . vpR n wife nlitl ntw ... . jehllil Iiti nnd innther" niul two llinllf uivinmlU llkl nirtl Vh lPll llTilBli rntcim uliil il jmM uwtilwnvniin a rem HhurlliwnTR Jfttnlly iuW (Mfttdti iMrttuvi: thi; nii'MHY w'Mmi.H ill K Phillip In 1'Vnt uinl Unbolt! Publti dmnllnn Ir "in Uf !' l (. ...Hiutlr. or tt. - mutrmm m$inM lUHl HlllUjltOlltUoM llllVO Walked llllDll l.1iltii nf JlmillU. In hiiixl Kriiiit it li'itlunltm our " Huitnl government roroKiilsu'd Hi'" norlnuee of un t'dumtiMl cltlyeiiMhlp. .... ...i... ind IkeWlhe tiur mm.' MovorrtniMH A rmrty or ocnl liunisinn in. w Im. Hough. Mluuito the children '" f'fJ'! ".11? nvinb wiihhi iim himhn'H Willi thU l'.vl' Inke nml tlio old Ilownrton bod ind in vi S; wm LrH a 1Mh of Water bin along tho Texas ft Pa- ...

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 November 1910

PU1K HKVKN 1" : ! " 'I '" "JUST A HIBH PRIVATE Extra Special on Ladies' Suits IN THE MUR HANKS" HUT a if Yi:i.N-'r ii i:-woii OF Till) 011) SOUTH SOX i:it.nant iN' ihstiuct corirr nuriiAitKn (U'HiTv of ao. (JUAVATi:i ASSAULT. iiUHi uuniiuia GEO. II. PARI Major 1U llnlloiwi)" of Uroesbeck Apparently forgets 'l'lmt tlio "Wnr Is Out. a "Just a high private in tho roar ranks but n Confed. through and through" Ib tho modoBt but emphatic way MaJ. Robert Hallowny ot Qroos- beck put It today. Major Hollowny passed through Abilene this morning en routo from Anson to Bnlrd whore ke gocB as a witness In tho Lundy murder caso now In progress In Judge Blnnton's court "Yes" continued tho Major "you might say that I did nothing sensa- tional In the war except to kill a few Ymikn. T foiniht all over Mississippi and my commander was tho father of'i W. J. tnll nlil when wo cot through with tho Yankees there were a few less than before tho fights began." Major Hallowny Wears tho Confeder- ate groy wit...

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 November 1910

nm J. 1 A WANT AD. Mm hrtvu Von Mmif In Miitcifouiiiy. Wny-4 'I Inn Out Try a Wnui Ail. ' ' ' 'VH- "v"it onUl of M ''I'1" . initlrt Colony kHW hrou- .. " ' q ttriii.(iul mifu mm wan' the Kill MA lit. lrriiorvltiR ppm-he. 3RJ fn11lt pvMm uml unuWrHt href pork. green lunmloea Vfr peek trull irUmii n from tin country tlila son jitm ciim mill rubbers nt MiipIwoHj m M'ho writer know for L. I flood 'W " ILII Hniimfllnn-llki'. iilwnyB rpineiubprn The WANTED To lease fiom one to four Huotloiirf of grass limit "".i"w .Vii-'ViT ' " "' ' Sii Abilene country lone. WA.NTBn-Turlu.ys. Chickens Eggs midUUttorforcnsh. llelvey'H ; Market H V Nov S-l! . 1'J WANTED Blacksmith Huvu shop loo s. nun dwelling. . is. nine uteris i Xov 8-1 Texas WANTED To rent a good tnrm with pasturage water and about 100 ncr6s water ana nuoui iuii acres I1WP Cr()9g ion. HuvotoolB. towns Md.J;0MJiilJiIinn t)UlUy wIU I110VI. ibJ- No 1"u then- fiooiir That's n rint) country for fruit nrifl VL'Kelahlea and II C' MISKY IIOHS-On...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 November 1910

te 3S i fawt ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER YWMJMK XXX. AIUI.KNK TKX.V-'i1 KSBAY NOVKMIIER IS HMO. M.'MHKK t& DRTBASS DIE! il THIS1M0RNIHG GREATLY BELOVED CITIZEN OF AHILENE PASSES AWAY AT HOME OP DAUGHTER. FUNERAL SERVICES TUESDAY Pull Arrangements Had not Rccn Mndo at Ten O'Clock Today; Sketch of His Life From Boyhood to Denth. From Monday's Daily. Dr. J. H. Baas died at ton minutes after nine o'clock this morning. Death came painlessly and although Dr. Bass was unconscious ho had been up to a few hours heforo tho end in the full possession of his mental faculties; furthermore realized that he was dy- ing and faced tho inevitable with all the serenity of his Christian soul. Death occurred at tho homo of his daughter Mrs. Anna Cocke 1443 North Second street. The Immediate cause was a general physical collapse brought on by a chronic complaint of bronchitis and a frail constitution dat- ing back to the years of his early boy- hood. Throughout Saturday and Sunday the attending...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 November 1910

West Texas News Items Diu Oii)ikr Light: Charley Cooper tigcd nlmul 1!) Bnra boh of .Mr. Jim Cooper living ulno inllra uotthcnBt of Snyder while it hunting Innt Snturday was nccl- icntally shot through mo Instep of his eht tart with n 2 target gun. The oy wnB brought to town mid tho round dressed though the bullet wos lot extracted. It In lodged In tho foog d It Is feared ho niny have trouble rlth It Tho 11. S & V. brought up a Bpoclal I train from Roscoo early Monday morn- ing and went back later In the day Iwlth 21 cars of cattle Seventeen of the Mrs wore loaded ut Fluvanna nnd four I at Snydor. Tho shippers wore E. W Clark W. D. Stanflold .1 A Scrlvnor iJaapor Burch nnd J W Russell. A number of Santa Fc people wcro here this week and stated to n Wcs- ern Light rnntl that tho track layers aro now nt work between Sweetwater and Snyder and are laying n mile of track a day. At this rate thoy will goon bo here and the construction ford eb will begin the building of a depot and eve...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 November 1910

CLINTON IS REELECTED CHIEF FIRE DEPARTMENT i i Geo. L. Paxton Again Named as Presi- dent; Other Officers with One Exception Re-elected A SPLENDID BANQUET IS SPREAD The Veteran Chief of Abilene Who Has Served Twenty- Five Years Highly Commended by Speakers Visitors from Other Towns. Abllcno litis tho best volunteor flro department in tho United States. A Btory is told of a big follow who strolled info" a saloon took a drink shook hlmsoir and without introduc- tion asserted that ho could whip any- body in tho house The defy was promptly accepted by a lounger but Bald lounger was quickly knockod down and out. Tho big fellow took another drink grew bolder and vol- unteered the statement that ho could "wallup" anybody in tho town. This challenge was promptly accepted and No. 2 was soon put to Bleep. Another drink was consumed and tho broad exclamation followed that ho could whip anybody on the continent. A scrawny individual who had kept si- lent all the time camo forward and waded into ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 November 1910

Aim . 1 ABILENE DMLY REPORTER BY ABILKS-K miNTlNC! COMPANY Publihed Kvory Day SUBSCRIl'llON RATES i Mouth (In advance) - ttteM Months (In advanco) Months (In advance) i Yr (in advanco) to.so 3.70 6.00 j erroneous reflection upon the onaractor Btanding or tUUon of any poraon Ilrm or corporation which may r In tho columns of xno noporwr win u bn"j - upon 1U being brought to the attention ot the firm. jMrg pertaining to bualnoBB should bo adreiBed to the MUMr or somo particular department and not to lndlvld- f M In tholr abaonco their mall will not be opened. mnttn. checks and poBtotUco and express orders Bhonld bo payablo to tho ABlLBNffi rmnuwu Wmw. Dttoerlbers falling to rocelvo their paper regularly will wmftr a favor upon the management by reporting same tie bUBlnesfl office All papers Bhould be delivered by each afternoon and If delivery IB not mado by 7:00 -s'dtfck p. m. report same to tho bualness office. TELEMOtfEB and Circulation 8. W. B-7: Roberts 6-7One Ring Editorial Offic...

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 — 15 November 1910

- -ttotoMpm .vei: rim 5 UGGESTIOJVS From Him. T. L. ti Hsm. Jewel P. Replying to n request of Jewel P. Llghtfoot Attorney General of Toxiib who lias naked nil district judges o( thy stnto for recommendations as to amendments or additions to bo Bug-! gestcd to tho next legislature Hon. T Li. Illnnton Judgo of tna 42nd Jiuu- clal District has replied nB followBi Balrd ToxaB Nov. 10 1910. Hon. Jewell P Llghtfoot Attorney General Austin Texas. Dear Sir: 1 urn In rccolpt of your recent favor . and while I am extremely luiBy holding court will make you a!" our -'"1 OI vm.u.mi amicus n thormore n Jail penalty should bo nd- fow suggcstlonB as tliey now occur to ' nn' ono of thc oth;r tWo llow JudBcs " ded as a part of tho punishment for a mo concerning needed action by our81"'1 coUrt "oulil hgrco with him 'ief0.dant will willingly pav the small next legislature as follows to-wlt (1) A law Bhould bo paBsed rCqulr- ing all appeals of criminal cases to bo!nBtlln become tho aw n(1 r burgln- per...

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 — 15 November 1910

rutt mx . .... ..... "Trrraj8B8y8iiMajWMM)Miafc RODRIQUEZ MAY NOT HAVE BEEN A MEXICAN CITIZEN Report Says that Man Burned at Rock Spr: 'ings Was Born AMERICAN IS IN JAIL KILLS MOTEH WU'MS ANOTHER AND IS ARUESTED. TROUBLE Af GUADAUJARA Presl tfathes In Ugly Mood Tlicrc dent Diaz Takes n Hand. By Associated Press: WAQHIVnTOM Nnv 12 Through .nunofneiaisou'ree a report reached n State Detmrtmont today announc- Ing UiaJ the man Rodriquez who was turned at the stake at Rock Springs Texas recently was born in New Mexico. If this is truq It leaves tho United States the aggrieved party in tho rioting and anti-American demon- strations in Mexico. An American Is Jailed in Mexico. MEXICO CITY Nov. 12 Dispatch- es received here today from Guadala- jara says that Charles Carothers the American manager of tho West End Hcnlty Company last night fired into a crowd of anti-American rioters who were ston'lug ul8 resld'iice killing Je- sus Lesa a 14 year old hoy and wound . t ninin nhnvpj." n imtrolman...

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 — 15 November 1910

TkWt MTJM fr paMMMrfMPMWMWIMMWMMItaMMMMMHBaMMMIMM ! ''' inn i i ' HzzznrmRmoiKS 1 1 MWBwrfVT ?m tf "'r . IIBIfe?iS?Z?S HKjr i p : i!H k i v? a rwm iimmme& i-A -- it m m $ 252&czJPjFJze HE National Horso Show in New York city tlio weok lnr-' vening between November H I and Novmier i. 'owe" ' by tho International Show in Chicago the week of Novembor 22 to 2C in- clusive may bo fittingly Bald to mark the climax of tho mostWeniarkable scries ot horso alioV3 In the history of Amoiica. If anything bo needed to refute any impression that tho automobile is driving tho horso into oblivion it can be found In tiro remar- kable series of horse shows dozenrf of them in all which have; been held in the United S'-ates during the calen- dar year now drawing to a close. Never before were so many horses shows held In any one Beason; never wore the prizes so valuable and the entries so numerous anil never in the past have so many apoctrttois agthered at these shows and manifested bo much enthu...

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 — 15 November 1910

i' ti: r.niitr . fl SdHL- )BDIKr.TvMlvh flUKi I IkhH -sm nHHMB-B-MRLrHv KT3BlaWKPWBP4j wi ViBlimMMl a fm om&Qw nsum X om& T?vices ov XwsmlDev - QinrniMBmi 4irt- - - "Uu6 ow otf Ym Uw -M.t ovx wAW Tvoxirt "iox cawvoA. stfcVa i.aj wc Vowtv m coU xoeattiw yM u?m us. oX xrAW. wot mVwu Wv- stoma Vvovomr ov ctcS-twc rioA sewe q Vt wvtuya kauVvA xaaxtw ouVfcr axva. ttva.v gams out sVotV coTAaw. "Ko xvaxn.T su .v&aWovvS xbWV com ou. Vs eiA. "Sato vas moAe Ywr a. ik-vee. tt Vs -cowomw o Wi viout xcwltT doVvvu aM ovtv suppUs wovia. i wixiii twb Vera fax "KoMambcx xoWV 6Uattc ou o Vnx at a greato aa3.xvri xaw aV area oWvjt Vvmfc. . J C ' ietg0ja EW FALL MILLINERY AT im&$& SPECIAL PRICES jJBgfclyJPgjS Ladies and missies trimmed bats BiKffSwlfeWaMBSMir In many pretty styles. In both jBPjH50SyltttSB!K mrB and small shapes on sale .Sk5xe3SHj3 JmBBKKKBE tllls week ftt special prices. " These hats offer the very best -d"Sl millinery values so far this sea- llksffidSS son; attract...

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 — 18 November 1910

w ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER VOLWMJC XXX AltlLKNX TKXAH t'HIRAY NOVEMBER IS 1B1. M'MIIKK M. M DU01N IS IN MEXIUAN letter written in mouse code reaches musko- gee friends. ARRESTED ON MERE PRETEXT Offense Chnrgcd Committed Merely Be- cause of Ignorance of Strange Laws Kept In Dnrk Cell and Almost Starved. Special to Tho Roportor: MUSKOGEE OK. Nov. 17. A8 If to add another brulso to the soro feeling which now exists betweon the Mexi- cans and AmerlcanB a letter written la the Morse codo by IrVln'L. Hofel- Bteln a Muskogeo citizen and mailed from an isolated Mexican town was received here today. Hefolstoin says lie is Imprisoned and ncedB immediate assistance. He claims that ho was ar- rested for a slight offenso which was committed in lgnoranco of tho laws iof the country and that hols now befng held In a dark cell and nearly starved. Tho Odd Fellows lodge of thld city of which he Is a member announce that they will begin an investigation at onco. CELEBRATES 75th BIRTHDAY. Frie...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 November 1910

jyft-fe : HyfcWiWBW5Htf WW'S "wet ipJts km tw wm- -A-'ii.wi-' - ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ""' ' - i : ' i . - Cat Prices For Fall Buying r ntinr wil do almost the work of twoa gJeat sacrifice of Drees nri Lririias'Sarrrients. Shoes and Men's and Boy's Clothing fVWWw; -- je-s AVinXAIi PRICES ON JADIEB SUITS $10.00 SPECIAL IncludCB Bomo ot thgrcntest values over offer- i.- rrtman aiilto nat? nil nnv nnd aro OUT $17.50 on on any muwvu. . .- -y and $20.00 grado for 'Z MffU hirh ORADE SUITS: Wo hajK a few ofthese left in tho $2R00 also sacrificing and whllo'they $26 leaseiHff'hut 6s Coats. IIN THI 2f3c $9c 47c 59 c ...79c ...69c $119 to S.15.00 grades that wo a: last they will bo $15.00 to. RIO SACRIFICE of LadleS and Mlsi Inil to see our lino boforofyou buy HOUSE FURNI NOW IS THE 36c Bleacelied Table Damask for 50c Bleached Table Damask for . . 60c Bleached'' Table Damask for 75c Bleached Table Damask for $1.00 Bleached Tablo Damask for 85c Napkins on Bale per dozen . 1 cnlmmlUv Nnnldna. nor doze...

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 — 18 November 1910

fAOK TRMtt ANNUAL HARVEST SALE . . THE ONE TRANSCENDANT SALE EVENT OF THE YEAR Looked forward to by hundreds of families as the seasons favored time for buying. This year more important wider advertised bringing greater savings to you than ever before Read what the great sale offers you there will be nothing better. WINTER UNDERWEAR Men's 50c ribbed or fleeced lined undershirts and drawers Har- vest sale price each 40 o Men's heavier fleeced or ribbed underwear our selected leaders at 50c now 45c Heaviest fancy striped fleeced lined shirts and drawers our 65c leader priced each . ..50c Boys' gray ribbed union suits well madq low priced garments worth a third more Bult. ..25c Boys' excellent quality cream union suits used all season as our 50c trade winner sizes C to 1C at . 45c BoyB' lieaviest fleeced lined un- ion suits our 65c sellers in this November Harvest Sale per suit 50c Men's wool fleeced health under wear the $1.00 quality for our Harvest Sale priced each. .85c Wright's In...

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 — 18 November 1910

JP5K3 ' TESTED QUALITY a" wLVtfliqKftiiliHBHI Ir-vlHiwaB lM .?&iHH Ikft.KJl nrc frowtfi n mivr-jHiH L-.- J-.Hci-L'Kuv7 cuiurtort W K-w'--'"2iV;!iSiSisW i;.'.-.--' j- .wo 1 1.: m- -m' IB BfflHKf i wWiM fin Hli? W HXm When you wear a -all kinds of weath -wear. snit of cfct of. lb lias ur i MV- V Adler's Cmiegian Clothes gWjust this sort of srvice. Collegian Clothes ich an young men. Thejf are active ana nna tnac tnese uouiea keep their shapend style right through the hard wear. If you don't know Collegian Clothes you snouia gee ac- quainted immediately-this fall. Come in and try on a suit. Prices are moderate ranging from $15.00 to 25.00 Mingus Bros & Go Men's QualltylOuintter Beware of "Wild Our Companies Old Line Time f J Motz& attxtkWkkiTERS l'LEAl) GUILTY 3CeH Accused of MukliH? Spurious coin at TcxarKsim iuh rii"j senteuccu iuurunj. rrmVATtKANA. NOV. 1C JoO Grl . i u n ninvtnn charKcd with Ci Aerfeltlng a largo amount of doliaja. aalf dollars and quarters plead guilty...

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 — 18 November 1910

-$ajwfnu4 wmimvmi '-vq'i' M mym" wwp pMWinp"'"-5WWr- - p?TJ- FfW ' &$" X F ' ""P i&m For Your Thanks FBmV F I I f '1 KU ?1 ttfATVi Tr -! iTV.'yT "M Il3rf JX-?r W t? " ... -.1 hoppino WKSmsJt m ' Mi mm r. vii..''! r m i.if jv "v's? hi aii m -r- zr.t7 i v w v w -s' ai mtt ar -p r rvx. t --r - . -m w - - m II P JrS1 ffl r h r .-s5c ' M" nnnktrutSn k ttt; 450 teaiB pecial Prices sic 35c quality special prices d Damask specitlpric liTT nnv Arnr tTrvna 4-oi"l- -Pz-vi N'nvlrnniTTii-A Ki- Yi jj vaii u.giy juui iawic iui. xucunvogivuig uiii- ner in beautiful snowy linen of the best quality at very small expense 11 you select it at this store. We have many special val es to offer you for this special ocasion. DamasNapkins Table Sets Doilies Center leces ejpeautiiui.patteps nanasome qualities at prifiprxnat represeijAmte a saving on eacn item. 'xrtm 11. 3 pd union Tiiblo Damack special price 50c ty puro linen table damask specially 90c inask very handsome $1 35 Some Table SetMpecial Pr...

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 — 18 November 1910

'!' ip1 miUmMwpiitl i i mimmmpmm i.vr. six MIENE SEMI-WEEKLY EMM HEPWTEB 11Y AII1I.KMI4 PIUNTlNll COMPANY Published ttVery Day. BUHSCKIrTMLH It.VTKSt lw year . Mx Months $i.eo . .50 And erroneous rutluetliM upon Hio chhrnctor.BtnndlnR or reputation or any person firm or corporal Ion which may appear In tho columns or The importer will ho glndly cor- rected upon Its being brought to the attention of tho firm Letters pertaining to business should bo addressed to tho papor or some particular department ami not to Individ- uals as. in their nbsenco thqtr mall will not bo oponod. Drafts checks and postofflco and express orders should bo mado payable to the ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY Subscribers falling to receive their paper regularly will confer a favor upon tho management by reporting same to tho business office. All papers should bo delivered by 0:30 each afternoon ntid If delivery Is not mado by 7:00 o'clock p. m. report samo to tho business office TELEPHONES Business and Circulation S...

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