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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 16 December 1910

AMK TMWM Looal News from Wednesday's Daily CHURCHMEN LEAVE TO ATTEND CONSECRATION KNOCKERS ARE SILENCED BY TUfcSOAY'S RAINFALL TURNER ROLLINS NAMED ABILENE'S POSTMASTER f av. w ly ' fe:'. Nov. IMunrd A. Ttmijiln of Wiumi It i:i'vn((Ml (i) MlHlioiirlc 1riiurlny Dec. 1. Ilov 13. H. Ailmmi rector of tlo Church of llcnvonly HcBt corner North Third and Orange atrcote loft on tlio first oastbound train this morning for Waco where tomorrow ho will nttond the consecration of Rov. Ed Ward A. Tomplc Bishop-elect of tho newly di- vided North Texas dlocouo. Mr. All- man was accompanied by Itov. Normnn P.' Marshall rector ot All Saints church at Colorado City. He will re- turn to IiIb home Friday ovening. Bishop Tuttlo Will Preside. Tho consorcration services will bo cond'ueted in Christ Church Waco of which Mr. Temple Is rector tomorrow Tlte venerable Bishop Tuttle of Mis- souri presiding mombor of 'the IIouso of Bishops nnd Bishop A. C. Garrqtt of tho DallaB diocese will net as con- secrators ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 16 December 1910

iHWiiHiiiiliHmiWWi TA MMIX (HX1XXxxsxxXX)0 CHRISTMAS f - " & 1 .i-fcrtl in iwn'w iSC7MrT7?irr7TSiiririri ' Iu "" 'i" """"'' minrr. coxmesx x xcxoxMxrxAXNXYx xjuuu C" vC vC JCvvXagahaXaSsAE tSMflHHBkwf .fhyrT v' mm Sb.Mllrs i?i" iCj? oliW ( i vJ 'Tv 'f fN5aBsSfil5cr (Mil . r f () srfx& Ml W M 1 1 (N) 'fv 0 its Special Prices are Here The Prices Are Cut Deep on Thousands of Articles DRESS 000B8 REDUCED $1.25 Wool Dress Goods 44 to 52 Inches wide In Taffeta French Sorgo etc for ...... 89c 75c to Sue Herringbone stripes 40 to 41 Inches wide at a yard ' 50c C5c "Wool Dress Goods 3G to 38 Inches wide on sale at only the yard .47c 50c Danish Cloth salo price ..29c 25c Reps on salo at only the yard 19c 15o Dress Suiting on Bale at 0C e 20c Shnwow Suiting on salo at only the yard' 14c CUT PRICES ON SILKS $1.00 yard wide black Taffeta Silk on sale at tlin vnrd - OWQ. S1.23 nuallty black Taffeta Silk on sa the yard . ; .JotfC $1.25 yard wide colored Taffeta Silk on Ale at only the ynrd...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 16 December 1910

4 Local News DROUTHS ARE BUD ENOUGH BUT BOLL WEEVILS WORSE Abilene CUIr.cn ItHnrns I'rom ltustHcsi Trip to I.iiiIIhiiiU Coiintionti on Cotton Hltuntlon. ' A well known cltlzon of HiIb city who litis lately rcttirnod from a busi- ness trip to LoulBlntia points roporta business (llBtre3Blngly dull lu tf'o Cre- ole 'state. Ho snyB tho people of Con- trol West Toxne who are complaining ot little cotton should visit Louisiana or thoBO parts he visited and learn -what a total crop failure really mcanB. Hntoii Rouge imtl H1I Weevil. "Where lack of rainfall has crip- pled us" ho said "tho boll weevil tho most destructive ngoncy known to tho farmer has devastated field after field of Louisiana cotton. At Baton Rouge tho Capital I havo never seen things so dull. Baton Ilougo usually handles forty thousand bales ot cotton yearly. Tho receipts in tho past season did not exceed five hundred. The rainfall was abundant and tho weather propitious and great fields of cotton es high as a man's head c...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 16 December 1910

I & ' )Mtr$ mM war -V "aiPHTWu'H'JMB I ' 'Hi -W-a!rtt-a WAWlpWui nlttlin - r . ' ' ' ' - irfiM- - . . . ii .jpainik . tSlT!k Pi TO ALL Lasting Economical Useful Gifts Direct You to This Store For Six More Days Our immense Stock from which you can surely select gift op gifts for each member of the household singu- larly or combined is now on display for your inspection. The wise Christmas shopper during this unfavorable season certainly makes every dollar act like auseful dollar should act. This is one good reason why we have already laid away many attractive useful articles to be delivered by "Santa Glaus" at least King for a day. If you will notice this page carefully you will see mentioned suitaWe articles for the young or old for the boys or the girls in fact every stage of life can be made happvand appreciative by a gift selected from this store: We sincerely invite you to visit us and see for yourself tide manyj5fetty things we are showing during the Holidays whether you bu...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 16 December 1910

I'AdR 1tX j. mm NATIONAL IS LOEO HANK UX'AMINKU MOHS.HAN 8IIOT8 UOOKS llKUAUSi: OF MUCH PAST lUi: l'AVKIt. ALL DEPOSITORS PROTECTED Ofllclnls Adopt l'lnn of jrcctlng All Obligations by Installments; it Is Thought Institution Will Jteopcn Shortly. By Associated Proas: QUANAII Dec. 111. -Because ns ho said tho oincora of tho Quaaah Nation ol "bank wcro carrying too much past duo paler J. B. Mossma.i Nntlonal Bank Examiner clewed the doOra or that Institution this morning. The news created a great pensntion on tho Btreet as tho bank Is an Influ- ential one but later a reassuring mes- sage came stating that all depositors will be rigidly protected. An agreement waB entered into and Blgned whereby the depositors are to receive ten percent of their doposlts in thirty days another ten percent In sixty days another in ninety days an- other In a hundred and twenty days and' tho balance at ten percent per month. Pnj incuts Gunrnntcod. J. J. McAdnms and others puarantee payment In full of all ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 16 December 1910

nm ;r m KULS A MM1 IN FlfiHT IT fJF4l' rM In dlninwr rtoh ldo ntul HI IIOIH HI Wkninni (ft fw (UAiitolvr nt ll lift. NniM Slml Itrpi'iitrdlj iMoro M I'lii.mH o lit thO OCCAM NKW 0Hk. Iji'C. l.'. i.ioii iiiiiiuhk . .. u . k . . ".. r" J8 JSliiBt Jrllrl EEJI'Sm irSS VI lin .ni' i.imu.n "- v : frtlolitiii 1 1. rloMlfoIM. o.iftrnnthip to.lny. Olio ol looso In a ovcruonni. .. .4 It ...... .1.... In ..1.1. nlll. II tho Uni'B of too frlgUlcncd nut. ... .. !.! ...nl.. ...nM ...I... nn nf I Doibay with Its mata. Both behaved Sen until tho IllrkonfelB ran Into tho " ! tho niIi0 n011 became I S'rrS lined XiT mr ed itielf at ! bndly frightened ana liurica lwur ai i k . ... .. ka Mtni.Hinv i.nprnin n t-i ii riTiiiiiiiii m i nil iiiiiiw in mi iil w. wii.i Rinrni . '""' """l "-"" "" - wrnpfe. Tvnfl urreBtnl Monday by L 13. rhrU-.too of Indies ImB . .... ...iti.iuMi tir iinitiiiiin turn ii niw 111 niuiiniui u iiivid nw iiviii ". . ..-. w- - ll!". L" .. V.X I f! Thn enlsdbn. will rnlBo flvo foci ' t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 December 1910

s ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER A f tolvxi: XXXI S ABIMSNK TEXAS TI7KSI.ir IIKfTMIHMt do 1HII. NEW YORK EXPLOSION KILLS TWELVE PEOPLE Gas axyi Dynamite Explode in a New . Electric Power House of New York Central Railway ) THIRTY INJURED; FIFTEEflf MAY DIE Trolley Car Lifted Off Track Sent Crashing on Passing Autbmobile 'Killing Four Injuring Others Many Are Yet Unaccounted for u m u q OQOQaufioaaq Jtur NUMllKR S By Associated Press: "" " NEW YORK Dec. 19. Twelve- porsons wero Hilled two of tlienvvam- eii and thirty badly Injured fifteen possibly fatally In a double explosion of gns and dynamite in the now electric power house of the Now York Central Tallroad today. The wounded wero rushed to an adjoining hospital. many workmen misslvg To add to the horror of tlio catastropho It was stated this morning .that many ""workmen employed In the building and surrounding buildings have noti been accounted for and it is feared that they too wero killed in the tt a o o w cc o w CI o o $ a ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 December 1910

!r" "" TWO S i ni A iiv irrnrrif irri n - t t' DEFEAT OF NAVARRO'S ARMY ALARMS DIAZ GOVERNMENT INotices Are Circulated in Chihuahua Ordering Rebels to Give Up Arms INVESTIGATION OF I0USF TEXAS STOCKMEN TO FIGHT . REMOVAL OF CATTLE TARIFF National Livestock Association Will Consider Matter in Convention L GltANl) .1UUV HIHUNS l'HOHE OF HURNING OF MEXICAN ItODKiqVKX. . M IX WHO USUI) HRAZEN HCllUMi: TO DEFRAUD THE GOVERN. 3IIJNT APPREHENDED. -pr auual; on STARTED MOD K MOVEMENT GROWS REVOLUTIONARY STRENGTH NOW BECOHE3 FORMIDABLE. FEDERALS DUCKED TO PIECES SaYarro's Forces lloutcd and Scattered at La Junta; Finally Surrender. By Associated Press. EL EASO Tex. Dec. 17. That thai Diaz goernment of Mexico lntonds to mimmerily end tho 'revolutionary Movement manifest In tho northern portion of that Republic was proved today by tho Issuance of the follow- ing circular bearing tho orflclal seal T their office sent out yesterday by xXl municipal jofes throughout tho state: "CHIHUAHUA. Mox. De...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 December 1910

-' Congressman Martin W. Ltttleton ln Intimate Jtudyof America's Most lpique Figure v: Tlio most unlquo figure In Amorl- enn public Hfo todny la Martin W. Littleton CongroBamnii-olcct from Uio First DlBtrlct of' New York. Thoro la no gainsaying thatl Wo Imvo had our William AlBo.rnndolph Hearsts our Roardoro TheovoltB our Mayor Cjay- nnra nnd Ellarhu Roota and each has . como in for hla aharo of notlco and coddling bilt they must till take tho . rear exit and gracefully slide out of the public eye when Martin W. Llt- tlleton'a star looms on .Uio political horizon. Tlie story of Littleton's life tills raw section band on thq Toxas & Pa- icllc railway literally Ire well his way into tho Hall of Fame and made his name a household word whorover tho ' American language la spoken reads like a mediaeval romance with roso leaves nnd Bcented hnndkcrclilofs por- spoctlvel Among -tlioso who will per- use this article wil be many who will enjoy It tho more becritoso Littleton Is n life-long...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 December 1910

PPWvftWtWRW tak rniTii t V rm mi' I raih CUT PRICES FOR CHRISTMAS BUYING Santa Claus and His Reindeers!- Come See Them In Our Show Window it Bs an Opportune Time to Buy jhe prices are cut deep pn thj chandise and thev were never lower at this store nor ill thiB your Holiday shopping .here. Everything suitable fori giite ds asonablmer- ill DasK5u to do m . wea&amt prices you priced articles jusJffTrom far off Lapland An iobe seen tHis week in Our Show ice Mad Bargains that are now can afford. All kinds are here from! the inexpensive omm r Don't Fail to See the Show It's a real Santa 'Claus and Reindeer Sh interesting scene it-is to both y6ung and Window. But we want you also MOT TO JbTUL TO SEE Our Matchless being offered at this store. A Big Saving on Every Dollars' Worth Bought Here. Day this week ABILENE DRY GOODS COMPANY Come Every i. MARRIAGE A LA DARKNESS SOLEMNIZED IN ABILENE Prospective Bride iiHd Groom of 3Icr- fcel Country Waited u License iu Small Hours of Homing. "New...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 December 1910

wm: nv Ladies' Tailored Suits and Dresses One-Half At Price For This Week Only i i Not a single suit or dressy reserved absolutely every one will go into this sale at just half of regular price. We are going to make a clean sweep of every suit and dress in stock this week if possible. v If ypu are going to need an extra suit or dress "for the coming holidays this is your chance to select one from the best .stock in the West at exactly half of its realvalue:J5feHttVe had a splendid business irTthis department this sea- son our profits are made-we intend to claatfme balance of the stock at a sacrifice rather than carry over Handsome Tailored Suits at Our entire line of Suits including of course Suits will go in this sale. Sizes inthe season but qualities and si this week and select your sizi Price. we are showma tne zie lasts especially selecg lalf Pricey if tex earlier Come in Regular Beautiful Dresses at Half Price HandsomejChiffon and Crepe de Chine dresses fdr- evening wear Serge ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 December 1910

rAMflK H? ii ' I .. .... ... .- oca Ttf&w Stoma 5vom Sw&&& YD&$ T MANNER OF HOST WILL I BE? rimiiNKNT Ql'KSTlON THAT ALL ahii.ism: snon.i) ( oNsimnt IIU1IINCI THIS WEKK. Foe row m coming And tiP Widely Heralded Hospitality Of West Texas 1V1I1 lie Put to tire " Test; 10IM Visitors L'xpcct. cd Sii) s Secy. Looncy. Speaking of thq coming state ses- sions ol the State Teachers Associa- tion to be held In Ablleno December 27-2S-29 Secretary LoonOy of ho 25- 000 Club yesterday said: "Things are coming in flno shnpc The people arq becoming nioro and moro interested in the matter as tho i lime for tho convention npproaciies. c Ry Co. survey in Taylor county $5- Notwlthstandlng tho absorbing inter- 82 hnd other considerations est that gathers around the1 antlclpnt- c nnd At. J. Stlmson to A. C. Shor- ed pleasures of Christmas tho people Cu section 226. block 61 II. & T. C. havo not forcotton that Ablleno is to bo the host to tho biggest assembly over gathered In this ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 December 1910

r iMUt: MKYltJ! X OHIO MOB LEADER FOUND GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER Montellii Wntlin Ilrnd of Oriir Which MIlll'i. I'rillll Ullflll UMfiMIift Coiulclcd by Jury. By Associated Press: NEWARK. O. Dec. 17.-."Gulltv of MniiHlnuchtor" wns tlm verdict render- ed today against Montolln Wathncrol ' m- Charged with having bden tho leader of n mob which lynched Carl Ethorlng- ton who wad a detective 111 thdcmploy of tho Anti-Saloon LcagUQ of Ohio and was hilled by sympathizers of tho 11- quor clement whllo In the discharge of Ills duties. JfOTICE OP INTENTION TO APPLY FOR SPECIAL LAW Notlco of Intention to apply to tho Legislature of Texas which convenes In January 1911 for the passago of an net authorizing tho Gulf Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Comnnnv to lease - that portion of tho railroad of The Pecos & Northern Texas Railway Com pany extending from Coleman Texas to Sweetwater Texas or to authorize The Pecos & Northern Toxas Railway Company to contract with tho Gulfi Colorado and Santn ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 December 1910

A- r if!MfaiNfev -t v lU ... KfWPJ6ftfcTiWt 'f-lltffr -"tfc 34. V . fflBiflMfti .-:J-w0frJfnw - . j . - -...- ...... - . . ..- . 1 1 . . .. ... . ... . . i m . . . . .j I CAvolce Sifts cfYom Saia s UsaYm WM r M'm. w ml WW 5& msmas Seasow-esasoxv ov i VctoYcVi&Ti$e o as aw& w q o cjiw$ Is We. T&ovjo Ws Wis qxes o e . 5e cjvft a omv vev& ov veXaWtt vopss o $& e $$ a wAYY eovoe Wve $es comVmex.ve emiexvefi o supreme $oo&ass. 5s so?e s WiieaY Cmsmas svovVi Vaee. Svy seeWoxv vs a Wstast axvA vxv wW vea&vxvess oy ve Wvvoxvs o ioAa sov&vs Vus ee.Vi. ASe oaxv om o zA. va vvs istomy vvsvAa& sove; a Wvs acs is caaAe o meeW.w$ Wis tamaw&s oj aW. aw4 vvA$ ttve toesV $$Y sa vsaeWoxv o toe. oucii. SWp wo wo Yime- o &da&. "3ie yjoe sVoys j4s you vjoAcome. v TuVfcrsvaA 3Vwo Scares SPECIAL HOLIDAY VALUES Ono special lot of Mufflers mercerized unil wool knit including all colors. A bargain bought lot of ten 'dozen; 25o and 35b vnlties will be placed...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 23 December 1910

1 . ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER YOM'MK XXXI Aiui.iiNi: Tiix.is Fm vjiii:risMiiKit sa into. M'.MHHK S. i ( THIRTY MEN KILLED IN CHICAGO BLAZE Disastrous Fire in the Packing House District Extracts Grim Toll of Human Lives. PROPERTYLOSST0TALS$lS00000 Ttyo Warehouses Tallow House and Other Structures of Morris & Company's Plant Gutted by the Flames Canopy Falls on Men . By Associated Press: CHICAGO Illinois Dec. 22. One history since the great holocaust of 3S71 when property to the value of $190- 000000 was destroyed broke out in this city at an early hour this morning and at two o'clock this afternoon was still raging; At irine o'clock reports went oud to the effect that twenty firemen had been killed and a half mlljlon dolars property loss caused by flames origi- nating In the meat warehouso of Morris & Company at the Union Stock- yards. The. firemen Wore crushed td death when. a heavy canopy under which they directed their battle against the blaze collapsed over their ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 23 December 1910

mrmmmmmm ocK. "Ntvjos Stems Tovty. "MDtrjLfcfc&tas !)& .0c. "lCta Jfttvtvs tr om "SWota'a'a Td&lVi s I f k JiUNE HUNTING PARTY BACK FROM FOUR DAY TRIP 4Im4ko Wanton Hiul Parly Hunted For Ilocr in Throckmorton County Found Plenty of llamo An Abllcno hunting party consisting ot District Judgo Illiuilon W. P Mn- hatfoy J. lr. McDavId and DoWHt Rey- nolds of Albany liavo returned to their TeapoctlTo homes from a four days hunt In Throckmorton county. 'Wo onjoyod ouraolveB ImmonBcly " said Mr. McDavId "and killed two door. Wo did not aco many quail but squirrels wore to bo had In abund- ance" GONE TO TENNESSEE L. TV. Ullllnirn nml Fnmlly "Will Spend Tho Christmas Holidays As Guests of Relatives Xl "W. Hlllburn traveling salesman -for tho Cheek & Neal Coffco Company r Nashville Tennessee Jacksonville and Houston left last night for Ten- nessee to join hl3 wife and chlldron -who will spend tho Christmas holidays on a visit to relatives. "Mr. Hlllburn as chairman of the Poss...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 23 December 1910

k k Fantastic Carter of Tosed aa Trine J)uchcssDo Choiseul Who Was an American Squeals When Stuck to Tunc of $$00000 -Trial Attracts Great Attention in Franco TOURS Franco Doc. 20. Tho trial ot tho Bolf-stylcd Count and Cuuntoan Do Gntlgny who aro qlinrgod with hav lug swindled tho DucIichb Do OhoUul out or?2004O00 In the Bnle ot apurlous masterpieces oiioucd before Judgo Hob orts In tho corrcutloiuil court today. Tho complainant wan the widow ot Charles Hamilton Ptllilo of Boston re- cently married to tho Dulco Do Cholsul Whoso mother was Mary daughter ot Malcolm Forbes ot-BoBton. ' in addition to tho principal allega- tion De Gatlgny 1b accused of Btcallng a sum of money from tho pockotboolc of tho complainant during her stay In Vienna. The trial attracted a largo and fash- ionable crowd as tho public is InteroB- ted In tho fate of tho two who lived so luxuriously In tho Chateau Do La Tours Many American and European Jour- nollsts wero nrcsent In anticipation of absorbing developm...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 23 December 1910

3 r- --- 0 Abilene Business Men Extend Greetings t. r r w. - . THE EMPORIUM. Good cheer and happy hearts reign at tho Emporium tho rendezvous for tho ladles of Aoiienc. we nave enjoy-. UU8 UI iVU..UW-. .... J" cal on excellent businods in the year -!. r nlM .! tnrlv thnnk our Irlends and patrons for their consfs - lent support. During 1911 our aim -will be to continue to please and to .. x ..l..lll. ..... ..1111 m .1 v n. n .lnkmnn JjmV IT U TIDU UJ lv M. 0.i.v Jiappy Christmas and morry New Year .ami solicit a share of their trade lu I9ii. MISS MAY DARNELL Mgr. MISFIT CLOTHING CO. Wq wish a particularly hearty mer- ry and happy CliriBtmas and New "Ycarso our friends and patrons ow- a il.n Ann .l.n. I. onl.n tf tlin Tltir. poked existing hard times our busi- U1K U UIO lUtl tUUb 1" OIJ.V.U "l v..u .--. porwa esuub - ""'" . Bess has been enureiy nuuiH.y. Bhoving all things considered o suo - Etantial increase over mai ol uiu in- ceding year we carry a stocic wnicn Wo aro'tatn to belie...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 23 December 1910

T ' K ' T V Local Jtfms frum M'OOY PLEADS GUILTY TO THEFT OF T I'oinlrleil It) .liny In lirsl Cum- I'Im-Ib dHllty In Pour (Hlur. (11011 110 Dhjh In .lull Up In Comity Court ycstordny tho" Jury In the cnuu of the stnto versus Dan Mc- Coy charged with theft of turkeys from C U 'Bledsoe returned a vordlcti of guilty assessing tho defendant's punishment at olio hundred mid poli- ty dnys In Jnll. McCoy thou plead Biillty lit four companion. coses ami Judge Bledsoe assessed IiIb penalty nt five days in jutl In cncli case. Womly Cuhc Is Culled Thp cnao of tho state versus George Woody charged Vith theft of n wagon sheet was called at noon yesterday and wtflit to the Jury at nine o'clock this Imortilng. Woddy Is defended bj Bruce 13. Oliver and W. M. Shelly Jr. Although tho criminal docket Is to bo given preference this wook tho court has disposed of several non-Jury civil cases. - Dr. W. J. Charlton of Dallas was "' among the professional visitors in Ab- ilene yesterday leaving this mornli...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 23 December 1910

mm mmm m mt luMMWi 'WM.'W- WJWW jWHMWnWN KATIiHi ItfH Jl At . 1 I . . l . . ( 1 t t . I t 1 I 1 If ItW ll MOhtllR llii.lliHilliiimlillllllMIIMIIIIIII W ri;iii:iiioM:st UuMnm nml f IreMmllnn H. w!g7i Huberts fi7Qiie HIiir Hdltorlnl Ollleo Unliort 161 i SaSSuS Entered n8 second oIivrb mall nt Abilene Texas October 14 1008 i:w VOItK AND ti:xas Thero-Is mi eminent propriety In the Choice of tho untiles "Vow York'1 and "Texas" Tor the two Idlest nnd largrst or the Dreadnoughts tho battleships authorl- 7ed a few innuttiB ago by Congioss. Now York the Em- pire Stnto with n tonth of the population of tho entire country would seem to be deserving or Biich nn honor iib this selection would give. Tho sunio Is true of Texas tho Empire stnto of the South which will hold tho dls- tlnctlon for tho wliolo country boforo many more decades Bhnll pubs. It now stands fifth on tho roll of states tho only commonwealths nhuad of It being Now York Penn- sylvania Illinois nnd Ohio It passed Missouri lu the ...

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