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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 March 1910

PHy ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER VOLUME XX ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY MARCH 15 1910. NUMBER 3. CAPTAIN BILL ELLIS INJURED ItlGIlT FOOT MASHED FROM LIMB JV TEXAS & PACIFIC EAST- I BOUND FREIGHT. DID NOT HEAR TRAIN COMING Whs Smirk by Cowcatcher nitil llnrlul from 1 ruck ; Later Conveyed to AT'ivniiili'r Snultarfum for ' ; Ampliation Prom Friday's Dally: Ji sevm-p but not necessarily fatal accident befell Captain Bill Ellis this morning on tho Toxas& Pacific main track less than thirty feet east of tho southeast corner of the baggage .room. Captain Ellis was knocked down toy Tolas' & Pacific eastbound freight .No. 292 extra section and pushed from the track by the cow. catcher on tho lo- comotive. Wh right foot was mashed off at the .first Joint necessitating .am- putation half way between tho anklo and k.nee. His npse was bruised while external injurios of minor concern were sustained about the face' and bead. At Half Past Elovcn. The accldeut transpired at half past elev...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 March 1910

TASK TWO iIWi 3 2R rtmiMHiiitMnmiin TRUXTON KIN6 l Story of ....Grattftarfi By GEORGE BARR M'CUTCHEON " Cf jrrisht 1989 by Gcori Bur MeCutcheon CamUM. 1707. by Dodd. McJ 4 Company HMHHWMMIimWH CHAPTER XVI. THIS TltROWIKd OF THE DOUB. THE scene that followed beggars nil description. A scora of ineij und horses lay writhing In tbo stroot: others crept wway'pcroninlng with pain littrann Ucsfi B that of animals lay n the path t the frunzled panic stricken holiday rewd; blood mingled with tho soft I of Regcngetz circus slimy' slip ..sM Otfca i& FlutiUibVA-tueru nun botbing left of liert Wi draw rt veil across tile "pfctsro of Olgu Platanova after tin tosBb left her baud. No one may look tpon the quivering uhnttrrcd thing Itat was once u living beautiful worn- Down lu nri alley below the tower '5 trembling wont team of oxen stood W? 9SB SESFEItATE AMERICAN TOSSED UKlt INTO 1 UK COACH Star a day nud night awaiting the re- Stsrn of u master who was never to J 4- & Z. IS. ' aseaae ba...

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

1 7 1 1 H -aIK TJUUOI h-- ' t K Kliip" WW dobby oogcriy "Ami tell him I didn't moaii it when 1 Ixln lulled lilln the Hict tiny. 1 really and truly ilklnV Ho wits having dllU curty In keening back the card. "1 shall deliver the message your hlghncsVf Haiti TnMon. his heart going out to tin1 unhappy young- ster. u "Americana always do what they will?' said the hoy his eyes snapping. I 1 C -Ont V "THEN OOODDt AND 001 BtiESH TOTT' HMD TIIUXTOJT. "Here's something foryou to tnko with you. Mi. King. It's my lucky stone. It always glve3 good luck." Ho unclasped bis small fingers. In the damp palm lay one of those pe- culiarly milky" half transparent peo- ples common tho world 'over and of valua only to small impressionable boysf Truxton accented it with pro- found gravity "And when yovc como back Mr Kiug I'm going to Uhlght you. I'd do It now oiily Aunt Loraine says you'd be worrying about your title all the time and might be 'stractcd from your mission. Fin going to make a. baron of you. ...

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

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Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 March 1910

t . nl FIT kkl'Ort uv the Condition of the FARMERS & MERCK National Bank In Abilene Texas 'At the Close of Business January 31 1910 resources. Loans and Discounts $4ll0?6.d2 BaukBulld. wid Fi. 11000.00 Ui S. Bonds and Pre- miums . 130500.00 Other bonds ltt.GOO.00 Duo from U. S. Troas urcr ...$10G1.C5 -Duo from banks and In V 22aGG8.3? Bills of.Ex. J1G1.497.20 v Bills Of Ex 101497.20 302217.18 LIABILITIES. Capital . . . . $100.000TOO Surplus und ProfltB . 77075.42 Circulation 100000.00 Rediscount : NONE Bllln payable ... ....... NONE Other Borrowed money. NONE DEPOSITS: Individual $532541.10 Bank .... 0144081 U. S. .... 1000.00 v Cashier's Ckrlo.d5S.il Dividonds Unpaid .. .GGS.OO 00011708 Total $0G7.792.f0 Tota $907702.50 The above statement is correct HENRY JAMES Cashter That the Deposits of the Farmers . & Merchants National Bank have ' Increased $256687.98 since September statement is proof enough that it does all -for its customers that a good "' ' Bank can do Lnon The Ol...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 March 1910

A . aij.fe..j-.AHtiap..WintiM"j yW' ' --i...mimtik'tiimtmJm 1 Hi W NjwWfailw.'MU 4riw-ii. . Mi. if- j'l4nwW)M 7? .wwM . y ; sfcs&&V 4 Svea Sm)voiev SecAaV . H..iHliji i kfHmtim - - - Tr VJ i ' ' '" ! in .- i i. mh i i-pi i i i hn 1 3 yv v p rP if 11 M -i rm tM9?id frtyVpl TnliJo display of now embroideries including vlilo Flounc lna will' b&nds and clllovers to match Wntot FiOMlnns and CWaet Cover Embroideries in plain nnd crossbur Htylea. This 1b special Int set nildft for thjs Bale nnd contains vnltlea tip to nioro tlinn $1.00 a yard Prc-EflBtor Bnlo prlco 4&c Svaud T?ve&&se? S&Ye "Beams Otow&a "r irMFlP'lllrilr 'tBmfMW ii ill WiMM fV mm fmmmM WmiMmMk V0 H'flBiMSl M--i::-;;:-'Bl. If il fcftfcm - ftp plypfex H-siiP 1 V tiling XEsii. HJn.W!'. . t miiiiii Mi Hi wiifSS5?!!1ff"'1"'''''"' w ' ' 'Wl MP S atV) f crAVDttV f"m lnBnraton ot new styles dlroct from the fashion centers. Our ns- . OaovftY oOOVwoav Bortment of OxfordB and Pumps Is most attractive a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 March 1910

. ' - p.. . i- : ' '" ' I'.Vi... sr.vrv i Money Money Money Money Everybody Likes to Make Money. Don't You? I Money ' - I .'v -' J ' I' J 1- m1 Sv t ojJS .; i . i '.'.' -.' '' ? - IV- I iV1'" ' &:: f1 W-::' -i J . ri . -f - i .' '4 t l . . Ilorc Is a chance that soldom occurs during a life time. One dollar Invested with us will bring you In larger returns thnn seldom presents ltsolf to you Wo nro organising n BO000 Joint stock company for tlio manufacture and. advertising and Introduction of tho Ellipse adjuster. Thqro Is an adjuster that dots not compare with tho Eclipso that Is netting tho manufacturers over $GO000 n year. The Eclipse has passed tho foremost Electrical Boards In tho U. S. and Canada and Is. now bolng manufactured by largo manufacturers In U S. and Canada BOnll experiment nro over and a good solid Investment Is offered you. Read what those that nro HBlng them hayo to say.. Now listen ono dollar Invested In tho Bell telephone stock whe It started has earned near...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 March 1910

& i r t f $ V!) J"ji ; r -'a V - y !' i s :t TPve &asev CMuw$ Sale "cAus -AjOeek & vs vWv wxvwswaV cowi&fcwcs xe awwouucei Guv s.oxdV(v$ o SV&WftVocVi atvA &oUnavft&cWe.w SuWs ov $V0. "fip VtvYo $ou o sec Vvca& doWies fat bvlI Wwa axe. SWvr ywre xdooV quaWta WveVr Viotoa$v ana carefaV YaVWuva axva cotvbc.tvcs& o sVAb dcv as Worn cVvavactonattc tri vcToax&Y o Vtvcsc maxcTS o"Qooa dotovcs Wvfc av$esV mauiT& o mwv's attvec wv SVmewca. 31W Wves& VvwcfinTvQ SuVuwrc maac vom maWvas secvaW s&Vbctaa mov.is t dJITi i t i it t ti tit 1 ao. t)6Tn jn-a swtwjmi mc muva awa aavtv xwovovwv swtwivk u xvfc cowea tnaVBTSjroSRi &tms?wuwi. we max ovi vplTaee dotu bvj ttu'Axvcaa m&T vva aeaaoxv fcommtm (o sxW Wv6 tnjCrt TeVwvea ase atva moads fat Wve uouua mexv xb.o tvjs a Y&4nYie &aa Viv maWars o axcss. "2ie wjxd dv totv nvoacv fvav nuXjJBt aman uv cux oad Vvaa a wi tvcvneax leaYwrcs yj xtvb KntCT marts JflMafi WIflBf ouy CAvoice o5a.O...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 March 1910

tfj jtmmkmmm PWfcfcftlMfc ' ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER Volume xxx. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 18 1910. NUMBER 2. I.?.. i s t m 8ALUN6ER ON PUBLIC DOMAIN SECRETARY OF INTERIOR MAKES SIGNIFICANT ADDRESS TO CONSERVATIONISTS PRESENTiUWS IMPRACTICAL ; No Adcqcnto Method Exists to Control JIjdro.Elcctrlc Tower 1'rodnccd from Tower rutins on Government Sites. By Associated Press: ST. PAUL MINN. March 1C As ardent an advocate of wise conserva- tion as tho most radical was the way Jn which Secretary Balllnger of Uio Interior Department In a speech to- day" before the State Conservation Convention expressed his policy in ro- gard to tho public land question. "But" ho added "It must be wise conservation t appeal to mo." Secretary Balllnger declared hlm- solf out of sympathy with those radi- cals who fear that all natural resourc- es aro being used up without any con- sideration for futuro generations. Richest of All "Our country' he said "is tho rich- est of all in natural sources. Its ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 March 1910

ywWWMWIMWMWMWWMM tiling rt('mMi&iv kbmmaAiMtttithtil ii ii i ii tifi iii it.f .. ... j i i i ..jjf. 'HiMii iiliii-ii ' i' 1 ri i iirmiiiiiim .'n..' .riin v in....l . r...J h.f n v n-i fi . ' . ..... t... ... ! f. r ... . l.. t. ... . -..Iht .. n. . Ifi. .AA.iinU.tAJi.tln i'i ft.liNWiWWWWWWWWl A i . .. j W. -- Successful Farmers Are careful to buy good tools and we boldly assert i i i i i . i i 1 1 i i - ' all over the country are using either John Deere or B. R Aye1 Son's implements mat tkStfrtrfQf tbrmers4 rvro 7"7 : 3f . - is. !!" a S if "And there's a reason." Ask your neighbor and he will tell you that no other makes r 41 M .flff t ' John Desre and B. F. Avery & Sons Therefore we invite you to call and let us sho rows etc. We also sell the famous Moon Brothers and Continental Buggies. Now best and always stand the test' Prices right; terms easy we want your pusme -r-C -' " 3"'J.V i 4 Morgan "Abilene's Busy Corn ' WJTOUrffirr nantejp ejwfof and PTJ ' W Si " .. . areraites...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 March 1910

KV 1 ' J1 V 5 Swss Banking Law an Important Monograph on System of Banking fie Submitted to Congress Today 1 tcrlal for discounting and the prlncl- Bt Awoekted PreM WASHINGTON" March id. One Ot the most Important ot tho monographs which are being submitted to .Congress by tho National Monetary Commission ia thafjm The Swiss flanking L&y by Dr. JhIIub Landniann which has just been mado public. Doctor Landniann lifts mado Riltolbngr study of tho Swiss banking systom and a considerable part of tho work now made public In an Erigllsh translation was prepared for yatious European reviews without reference q American conditions. The exporlenco of Switzerland with Isolated and Independent banks of ls- fiilo. nresontcd many' parallcla'to that of tile United States under tho national banking system id spite of the fnct that the maximum number of banks of issue in Switzerland was t always be low 40 pie of regulation of the bask rate (JhRnteter of Asms. Taking up tho t(ucslon of tho char- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 March 1910

2r'-"TvK'& 3v ' "ViVrl V .-.... ft' . . I IMPORT 0 THK COXBWIOS dV THK Summer Time N utmt mmmtmrnrnm WiE more hogs ADVISES MM ecesSlties kL t- j0t ft in 1 1 i ii i iii ! Hi It' 1 f if K IKt' IAWYEK OP (lUTHltli; OKLAHOMA :. Giym SOUND ADVICE TO. . FARMERS OF WEST. $ :iITER THAH BUNK STOCK 'XawjrcrFrHicr ConlldcHt that Prlco en Hogs "Will CorUhho to Rise Unlll Day of $11.50 Hogs Is Seen 1h This State. ''Tho man who owns ten acres in al- Jalfa and peanut hay and an oven hun- 7 dred fat hogs Is better fixed than he that holds ten shares In National bank v'Btock worth n thousand dollars" a .share for ho will not only. realize '' more than ten thousand dollars on tbo sale of his" hogs but will supply n hungry nation with pork satisfy tho ' uappeUtes- of. his neighbors who must liavo pork Blnco tho price soared and ndenrhlmsolf In the' heart of tho cat -lag public forever." '' Tliis statement slightly niodlfied was inndo yesterday evening by Silas "tTohflson Esq. an attorney of Guthri...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 March 1910

v. 1 v ' iy i ss-a CRUDE ASTRONOMY. Ituaslan Peaiante Have Queer Ideas of 8un Moon and Star. Wo have It on no teas nuthorlfy tbnn that of Caesar that tiio Druids taught their disciples tunny thlnga About the form nnd dlraounlous or the earth and the heavens tand a body of doctrines on the motions of the stars. Even death Itself wna to thctn an natronom- Ical fact They held that from tills life wo pass to tako up our abodo In ene of the heavenly bodies. That they firmly held to this belief Is manifest from tho fact that they had no ob- jection to lending money to be repaid In the other World. They looked upon tho passage of Ufo In much tho sixmo way as we regard a Journey across tho Atlantic. There Is no doubt that oven now In various parts of Europe tho vfows of tho peasantry ns to tho heavenly bod- ies nnd celestial phenomena liavo changed but little from those of their predecessors of a thousand years ago A Russian contributed to tho bulletin of the Astronomical Society of Franco ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 March 1910

1 jr mChEEm Fans and Parasols For Easter Largest and best stock o parasols mill umbrellas we have over owned. Fam oy parasols of linen pon- gee mul silk to match most any costume. All have ex- tra heavy frmrtes and new long mission handles ' to match tops rices $1.25 to $4.00 Ladies hi nek umbrellas in all grades from 50c to $3.50 handles to suit any taste. Men's Umbrellas 75c to $2.00. Childrcns Fancy Parasols 25c 50c 75c and $1.00. Paper Fans at 5c to 25c. in all pleasing designs. Cloth Fans' at 15 to 50c. Silk Fans at SOc'to $1.50. Vmi Ml I I Uf DflGAD 9 Pfl I lilli i M MAGNIFICENT array of Spring Merohandiso in all departments is now ready for your inspection. The c armful planning began six months ago to make our Spring showing worthy of ourselves and of Abilene has its culmination today in the fail and complete stock we offer. Every line we oarrK represented here by the latest styles and best values ob- tainable in any market. Visit the store this week see the display compare ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 March 1910

'& - ... -- For Men's Easter Wear Easter Shirts and Neckwear y . . 3?&S0t ; V. k&&3 jp-1Q& I? i Largest assortment wo have ever shown in jMcns Negligee Shirts. Representative patterns from two loading manufacturers and one jobber give us a rango to-suit any man o taste. Extra strong lino of Now Era and T T .1 I11 jjion urunu onuia ) White Negligee Shirts'$1.0p ' and i'm V m Regular assortment 'of. sizes. i . .. tJiSu t-sJw vyx '- i ;Tjs' ;" f.-jzyy tasz nv v. r i m .C-ufff' 111 V A 4ral KKwl Mu.Am- i ui if nnrni- y. i-n ni oclT U II u UUwUI Jb UUi vm$1 nr rtO . IP Q 5SSiSSJS . . --xvws i tm kss-a- - : sis-vx u w rtT -SltfP fc-frZr M t A2vA7 ta i'-.' . 'no- - K- "7 kv &1M. -mUlkr ...':...".:.:.... -.290 . H . jSKtflE $100 $150 Neat designs in stripes; and .small fig: $1 RA- nre combinations at $1.00 and . . . . .. .kP I oil Cheaper cloths inade up in. catchy s'ks 7Kn at 50c 65c and. . I uu P. AND P. NEOKWEARr made in latest folds and widths from our own select...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 March 1910

rr- (( ' i K. r r ? pX f r 7m J Jv ?v ? f ?s ?w . ft ft ft ft ft to ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft STRIKE MAI HE MADE A GENERAL LE IIV NATION By Associated Press. PHILADELPHIA Pa. March 17.-Efrts arc still being made to arbitrate the streetcar Btrlko which has prevailed In the city a whole month and ft which has thrown out of om- ft pioyment from -A hundred nnd ft m r .. .. t a. twenty Jivo tnousanu to n nun M ft drcd and fifty thousand tnon ft It Is authentically reported that ft a number of local lenders are ft hard at work trying to spread ft n goner.nl atrlko of all Btrcet ft rallwayi. workers. SpeqchoB ft ft a ft ft wore made to the Btrlkors In m w in In... 5LI lSil 2 no .to nrbl rate but tb make the ft I-1II11IUCIIHIIU ivujim Mi Company como to their terms. President Greennwnlt of the State Federation Bald today that ho had heard from several ftl ft ft ft ft towns agreeing to join In the ft strike movement. a PHOTOGRAPHERS ADJOURN AFTER TWO lAY'S SESSION Adopt Resol...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 March 1910

I) pa ad&' Lw A1 J) 4 ' '' .in H .i lit hi in . f Mfa..JMftl n?r.rt. I-. 'tV" HASKELL COUNTY 6 FUR DHYS i w COTTOLENE Shorten your food-Lenglhe Cottolene is a wholesome product. It is made from Cottor modern and hygienic 'manner and is just as pure as DCCausc US source is Clean rrom uononjieia to the oil from which Cottolene is made. Cottolene makes a palatable digestible delicate stomach. Lard food on the c sooner or later. Cottolene is a product of nature ricias. nurtured dv ram ana ucv ine-giymg ana nre-suscaining your life QiHn a thoroughly is a cican proaucc hands never touch . which will acree with the most I ii i j it j' -. i I aiecsciDic ana win cauAflPrrouDie em Cotton rates in its seed that lrcca 01 lVATD 11.91 jiicfim-umtiiiiii w j .rr -c - .mcr HoolfWFnl t-tJmW JitrayyJjiTn JWiraKd WLb "lite (V the Sun oii'boui yf. V jr V W -fl vf incjruLiuii juiuut uiiuiiy tunupii 1 ". .IV. 11 .1 1 f fmr t .tfHkhw uuaiiurvnicn k me yreis oijuotcne. for Qmolfie becawwthereTio other f...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 March 1910

14 f 1 - 'V -' -. l I? 7 - I' 13 "! " ' I lfc I :f. K fc lKti.ftft ' I Akitiii trii'Wekfy Farm 1RporUr t JMiLtirifi PRINTING COMPANY PUBLISHERS. published 0 Tuesday and Friday of tk week at 1.028 North Second Street bilene Texas i ......' . SUHSCKU'TION KATES: ae Year i. . f 1.00 .4 x Months ....... ...... .. 60 Ally erroneous reflection upon tha character standing or reputation ot any person firm or corporation which may. appear In tho columns of Tho Abilene Scml-Wcokly Faroi Reporter will be gladly corrected upon Its being. brought to tho attention or tha firm. Letters pertaining to business should boaddressed to tho paper or some' par- ticular department but not to Individ- ual? as In their nbaenca their mall Will not bo opened. Drafts chocks and postofllco or express ordorB should be niado paynblo. to. tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. i. 'i ii. ir ' . I- --" Application made to haVo thU Publica- tion entered nt tho Postoffico at Abi- lene Texas as second class mall matter. KOBY KOA...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 March 1910

V K ' J . ir . . . - -- ' ' '- - ii i N" i i in -.... Grand Spring Opening Fashion Exhibit YOU and your friends are invitea to visit this store on above dates and see a most complete exhibit of the new fashions for Spring and Summer 1910. Our three salesrooms are crowded with the newest and best merchandise carefully selected from the best known markets. Our shelves show cases and counters will reflect the latest fashion ideas as shown in the fashion stores of the larger cities. Never in the histpry of this store have we invited the buying public to inspect a larger stock or more complete showing of all the iiew styles We Invite Comparison of Styles Variety and Prices with any store in this section of the! West jg&eaxefxxl cppamenat the beginning of the season will con- larger stocks greater varieties lower prices r Department a Complete Store vince you that this is thJe logieaT sh and. latest fashions to spied; yourwai it &'S Our Ladies l Few Ready-to-Wear torfes4-raeJrger ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 March 1910

A h f f V wor yfttc fa .r anrl HV I "K I si I. the trade- m i. 'j arv wnicn found en every bottle Emulsion standard Cod Liver iparation of the Nothing equals lild up the weak asted bodies of young and old. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Send 10c. name of paper and thli ad. for our beautiful Savings Dank and child's Sketch-Doolc Each baak contains a Good Luck Tenny. SCOTT & BOWNE 409 Paul St. N. Y. nrtnnrirtnriM-. rtnArin . . $ W GUION. & I 3f & I wwv- wwwm'mm' Wo arc enjoying this beautiful spring weather. After tho zero weather the Bnow and the Ico of winter these warm sunny days certainly camo as a treat. While our farmers regret the loss of so many oats by tho freeze they re- joice that Borne are growing nicely. Late sowing rroved best this time- We nro entering the fields with a de termination to do our part in raising a bumper crop this year. Mr J. D. Harrison has a new boy at his house . Mother and bnbe doing well. X R Keeling returned last Friday to Austin where he rep...

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