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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 May 1911

l B REPORTER ABILENE SEMIWEEKIY VOLUME XXXI AKILKN1? TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 2 1911. jNUMBEK $600010 FIRE AT BANGOR. ME. ONE THIRD OF CITV DESTROYED Bl' FLAMES BEGINNING AT ONE THIS MOHNING WANTED NOTHING HUT MONEY Burglars at Wnco Passed Up Jewelry Worth $3000 Entered Six He sltlciices No Arrests 2 ARE DEAD AND 6 INJURED Feared Mnny Missing Were Burned to Death Thousands of Homeless Citizens Grimly Dispute Flames' Progress By Associated Press. WACO Mny 1. Burglars who wan- ted nothing but money entered half a dozen residences here- last night. Thoy would not touch Jewelry worth $3000 that lay In plnln sight. No arrests havo been made NEGROES AMBUSH ALAS OFFICER 5 l Ncff Succeeds Muxmc'I. By Associated Press. DALLAS; Mny 1. W. N. Noff has been appointed General Suporlntend- ont of the Cotton Bolt succeeding Supt. Maxwell who recontly died. By Associated Pre&B. BANGOR Maine May 1. Hungry wot and homeless exhausted by their ong tedious fightagalnst a disastrou8 Jlro last night which did...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 May 1911

; pvwfrJ' W .'"'' ' '?!ny ' - '"."?'ifHf" ' ' v II 5. fl ABILENE 8EMMVEEKLY HBrORIff K TUESDAY EAY g 1H L ly " ' I I'' M V b AK TWO Ui i' ' ' ' ' ! ' t . fc. m O7 Interest to Farmers PURLOINED PAJttGRAPHS-by S. L. N Save every blade of forage as you jba? need It next year. Texas sheepmen report the bcBt lambing Benson in recent tears. e ' r. W. Prossert of ComBtock 1ms wld over 1500 vyethorB at Fort Worth during the lnsf tew "; Prices ranged ft urn $4 to ?I.2G pet hnndroi Tlic farmer who pulled up. sfakca and left tho state last year because of tbo drouth left the stato n few months too soon A &or0 (favorable prospect for good crops could hardly be desired. Let each do htB part In malting possible an abundant harvest. A few good cows aire better Chan jnonoy on interest in tho bank. The cows bring daily returns The money draws Interest only by the year. Pleasant surroundings and mod- ern conveniences easily obtainable -will go a long way toward keeping tho boys and-girls on the f...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 May 1911

3J7w'fF2Iwtv t - - (" uitijji STATE DEPARTMENT I MEXICAN OFFICIAL BRINGS AC- CUSATION THAT AMERICANS FOSTERED KEVOIjUTION. ANTI AMERICAN FEELING RIFE Federal OMcJnIs at C. 1. Dins! Dis. tribute Circulars Buying Killing of American nt Douglns Was . n "Ynnkco Trick." By Associated l'ress. WASHINGTON April 28. Tho Btate department in an official statement Issued today takes decided exception to an interview accredited to Vice President Ramon Gorral of Mexico published in the Mexico City Diarlo charging that tho revolution has been fostered by Americans with a view to intervention. Anti-American Feeling EAGL.E PASS April 28. The kill- ing of an American nt Douglas Ari- zona during a battle between revolu- tionists and Mexican soldiers was n 'ynnkeo trick" as was also tho des- truction of tho battleship Maine in Ha- vana harbor according to printed circulars which are being distributed broadcast today by officials of C. P. Diaz Mexico. Tho statement is Blgn- ed by the Jefo Politico and p...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 May 1911

f V AGK FOrit ABtfiEJfE SEMMVEEKLY IlErOIttfill TUESDAY MAY 2 1911. ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY L . u o uecouu cmsfl uiMi nt Abilene Te.aB October 14 1908. SUBSCRIPTION BATBBl Jfet .year . IkMmUu .$1.00 . .60 twrtof pertaining to business snould tie addressed to tho fAr or Bomo particular dopnrtmout and not to individ- ual in their absence their mall will not bo opened. tfrafUi.checks and postofflco and express orders Bhould be rLa payable to tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY i-weurioers railing to recelvb their pup-r regularly win eafr a favor upon the matiagoniont by reporting same So the business office All pitpera should bo dolivereiJ by f:0 each afternoon and U delivery is not maao by 7:00 Vclock p. m. report Bamo to tho business oco. erroneous ronectlon upon mo cnaracterstaudlug or wpntation of any pei'30n firm or corporation which may ? rr in tho columns of The Reporter will bo gladly cor- i"itpd upon its boing brought to the attention of the firm TULE...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 May 1911

'V xm& AMLEXJ3 SEMi.JVEEKLlT REPORTER MJESDAY MAt' 2 1011. PAGE FIT j 9 miwnai 'i 7 ' I II I .......l -.) ! .. " K - ' ; j- Bargains Assorted Oho lot of Val Laces in edges and insertions' to match 00c .value; our May Sale price OC only per dozen . ....du Broken lines of blisses a n d Children's Fancy Hose values up to 05c; special May Sale 1C price per pair 'lull Lot of all SilkRibbons all colors widths ' up to No. 80 special Hay f On Sale price IUb Ladies' pure Silk -Hose in black only 75c fjuality special May Sale price 45 One lot of Poarl Buttons in assorted sizes good clear quality per 1j card only iu Better 'grade Pearl But- ton 10c quality special May Sale price per C card only uu An Event Rich in Unusual Money Saving on Fresh New and Seasonable Mercnandise Today at this store the curtains will rise on a May sale of mammoth propotions and of tremendous inter- est to every man woman and child in Abilene and vicinity. It is a merchandise event that is unusual both for the la...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 May 1911

V-. W . fi ""t'tfff '"inflSOY'.y? Av Tf" TDT'" VI v '""fTT ABILENE SEM1WEEKLV HEl'OltTEK TPHSPAV MAY S Ml "V .T U PAGE SLK K It f - It J 'I . ' '. )' :. I ? ; H t 3 4 sg fr SECOND WEEK OF COUNTY COOBT CLOSED SATURDAY "Week wis t'ntistiiilly Husyj Chit discs Disposed of Docket J Set for Monthly. The Bcco'iid week of County court closed SnlifrWiy with lotB of work bnv- Ing boon Tncotnplislicd nnd plenty left to doniWlng the third mid con- cluding weonfof tho session. Follow ing Is n list for tho cases disposed of'i during the week: Martin iotzger versus Abltouc Street rnllwnfy company suit for dam- ages verdict of jury for defendant Armstrong-Turner Millinery Com- pany versus It. W. .Tones suit on ac- count plaintiff's motion that defen- dant be ruled for costs granted. John L. Hums versus Russell Brothers suit for commission defen- dant's motion for demurrer sustained. crnmental purposes. Tho Legislature of the State of Texas Blmll at noon on the second Tiiosdny in Jnuuary A D 1012 b...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 May 1911

3iju"fJrtrvw m ICWMIWAWlRfl 4 4 ABILENE SEMMVEEKLY HEPOIITE It TUESDAY MAY 2 1811. rAOE SF.VKN. 9'-?Tft SHOOTING NEAR ANSON SATURDAY nou Johnson fatally wounded QUANTITY OF NO. 8 SHOT PENTERATE H()RY. J. T. WALKER UNDER ARREST Joiicb County Fanner Charged With Shooting: Hon Met at Pasture Onto; Walker Surrendered to fiio Officers. J. T. Walker living six miles south- cast of Anson is in the' custody of the Jones county officers on a charge of killing Bob Johnson farmer ex- frolghter ex-deputy sheriff of Jones County And one . of the beBt known characters in this section of the state. The shooting occurred at half paBt ten o'clock Saturday morning half a mile west'of Walker's farm. A Blngle barrel shotgun was used. One shot is said to have been fired by Walker tjhe entire load finding lodgment In the left side of Johnson's body neck and hip.caiiBing instantaneous death. Fol- lowing' tho shoptlng Walker drove to Anson and surrendered to the officers missing on the way a posse consisti...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 May 1911

rI n. 1 1 A 1 ii 'i' lj M I P I l I1: I AGE SIGHT AIHLEtfE SKMMVEKKMT IttilMHITIll JCliSUAr MAY 2 101 h !- j n JIWIWHWIMI HI lllllpll I " I-"" ' -' ' " " ' "'!. 1 " ' r - ..;.. - -ii - T?ovAax SaxmevA SscUow ve T?Vacs arny is tjio month for supplying your wardrobe with the proper nttire for Summer wear. We liave nntieipittoil your wants by a splendid array of Wearables for women and child- ren A groat rjuiKP of patterns and stylus to select from many choice styles shown for the first time this week. This ti the opportune month to buy for stocks are now at their best. PROHIBITIONISTS MUST NOT BE CAUGHT ASLEEP Victory For Stntonldo Prohibition "VU1 Depend linrgcljr on Tiros I'nstlntf Voles. JUdgo T. h. Blanton of tho 42nd Ju- dicial District cnino la over the Wichi- ta -Valley tills morning from liotnts north after u two day campaign In the Interests of statewide prohibition. Judge Blunton spoke oacc In Wichita and once In Clay county Saturday and twice at Henrietta Sunday addressing ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 May 1911

imtm sEMuraajf 'JRTf Nf spy f . A WLKNK TEXAS FRIDAY iAY C 1911. volume xxxi NUMBK . . " '. ' ' ' " nn ' ' '" ' i ' PEAGE GQNFERENGE GOMMENGED TODAY COMMISSIONERS OCCUPY. SKATS IN 200 FOOT ROPED KING NEAR MANIC OF THE HIVEH BOTH SIDbS WANT HARMONY Solving of Difficult Problem Cannot Do Drought About Without u Dnsls of Amity Dccloreg Judge Cnrbojal . jrU.wU i - H.3 J By Associated PresB. EL PASO May 4. The peace nego- tiations belwoen tho federal and pt'o- vissonal governments or Mbxlco the ultimate objects Of which aro to make the present temporary armistice per- manent to bring about lasting peace and to promoto those reforms deman- ded by tho Madero faction and. prom- ised by President Diaz formally com- menced this morning with both con- tending factions represented by tho flower of their diplomatic talent. In a 200-foot roped ritig Bituated in an historic clump of willows past which tho Rio Grande fed by spring fresh- ets rolls languidly the first blow for peace was struck this'...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 May 1911

ABILENE SEMl-lYEKTit RErORTEIl EllllUYtfoA 6 1P11 .4. TAGE TWO PAVEMENT PARAGRAPHS - r TickedUp and Put in Print by a Reporter Pencil Pusher. Mrs. R. 0 D. Fain ot Caps left Moiv- 1 day night for Hubbard City to visit lior old home and relatives. Gcorgo Washington Powers the vll- Jago blacksmith at Iboris was in Abi- leno this week on business Hard Work to get up a column of paragraphs tills week. BUt fow of tlie boys in town for the past sevoral days; and then in a rush they only say "hl- y" and" are gone. Geo. Chonftult a farmer living nortli t Abilene last year shook tho dust from his feet Just before Christmas and loft for Dallas county But Gcorga Is back now living on the Bnmpas: farm. It J. Graham lato of the Clyde dis- trict Is now living on tho Mai Shelly farm thrco miles east of Abilene. Mrs. H. R. Wilson -who went to las two weeks ag ofor medical treat- ment is said to bo improving and she is expected homo Saturday. tho Colony accompanied by his son h C spent Sunday in Mulb...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 May 1911

FAOE THUS tho Boston company from the chnrgo of being a monopoly operating In vio- lation of tho Sherman nntl-trUst law Bailey Bald If tho committee report wob transmitted to tho Attorney Gen- eral It would make "trbublo for tho Bhoo machine trust.' Probing Woolen Industry A congressional Inquiry Into the ex- istence of tho alleged woolen trust was asked today by Representative Francis of Ohio who offered a reso- lution for the appointment of a com- mittee to Investigate tho American Woolen Company .of Boston. T T f T T T BREAGH OF FAITH P. LOCKET . NORTH FIRST STREl j DECLARES FEDERALS VIOLATED ARMISTICE AND WANE'S EXPLANATION. J. F. HENDERSON FROM OFFICE IN FORT WORTH 'TALKS TO AD LEAGUE VJ" k 9. K i Buggie ! ys f iWmm PROMPTLY DENIED FIRST LUNCHEON HELD TODAY MAY PROVE FATAL ..ittS' jfi? ABILEtfE SEHfl. WEEKLY REPORTER FRIDAY MAY B 1811. MADERO GHARGES AN ADDRESS BY ' k LONG D.STANGE T 3 Hi.! .-S jOT" AJf s$ ourrc m Jm j"1 f Jl jf s C'oiiiiiiniulunto nt .luurcz Snys Federal Reinf...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 May 1911

. AB1LBMB fflMMVMKW BBrOltlttll. FBlPAT. MAY 8 Mil. t AG FOCB The Run of the Mill i A Powerful May Merchandise Movement TEN DAYS TEN DAYS -ii r. r;o info Mq nnH pnrte from the best mills of the Universe: short Mill Run Pieces full bolts of "The Unprecedented in the history of supreme value giving "Mill Run Pieces L Sewbu special occasions. A Sale of Marvel characterized every liy vT&TmY in this tremendous -Saving MiOun Sale to make it the greatest ot moaern i mere y y gt g -rftfof nf its liffi for the tremendous and startling values mat wm ub Byeuw m h . aolprfjnT1H tn HeliVht the eve of the economical buyers throughout the nosed combined with a Style Show as nU8U5XS offered Thousands upon countless thousands of bargains will be found on display and sale that can--.-.' .. mAf.ifivirr fVio o-rpjit.pqt arrav of irresistible bargains ever onereu. uu"i(UI7: -Mrm a. u Uattiralr ltmie -Fm the TCnosha Mils from rW t&MKiun that is enormous.' Not p is unaertaKing launching possible t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 May 1911

ABILENE SKMMVEEKLY REPORTER FRIDAY MAY 6 1911. I. -" v iv;"wri lll PAGE FITE -i.j..hmil mU- lie Run of the Mill I ensational Selling Men's and Boys' Wear TEN DAYS TEN DAYS 000.00 worth of high grade clothing shoes hats furnishing goods neckwear handkerchiefs hosiery for men and boys merchandise of every known description to be fa ded in the Great Run of the Mill Sale. Prices no living human being could expect to see quoted. Values that are positively and absolutely unmee table. An occasion that ' 1 swing the entire public into a buying feverf Sterling Suits and Kuppenheimer Suits all to be placed in the great Run of the Mill Sale. A sale that will ever be remem- ed by every individual.1 A sale that will forever establish itself in this community as the greatest saving period of the year. No mother can afford to allow this opportuni- to dress her boys in new apparel pass unheeded. No argument other than the startling prices offered are needed to induce every man to make an early sele...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 May 1911

l'AGK SIX .I)1LENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTE It FRIDAV MAY 5 1011. ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER U ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY Alfred aB second class mall at Abllouo Te?as October 14 1908. SUBSCRIPTION JUTES l OxMotttlui .$L0O . .60 tatters pertaining to business snould So addressed to tho fper or omo particular department and not to Individ- ual kb i? their absence their mall will not. bo opoued. DrftschhckB and poBtofflco and express ordors should be Bd Ipriyable to tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. JUbicribera falling to rfcelvo tneir pai- regularly will oiifer'a favor upon the management by reporting Bame i. the buBinpBB office AH papers should bo delivered by 1:10 each afternoon and ii delivery is not mr.cio by 7:00 o'clock p. m report same to tho busiaeBs omco. Am orroneous reflection upon the characterBtandlng or imputation of any person firm or corporation which may ! In tho columns of Thfe Reporter will be gladly cor- mud upon its being brought to tho attention of the firm. TELEPHONES j ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 May 1911

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY KEl'ORTEB MDAY UtAY 6 1911. TAOE 8BYIIT. IS. G. II. SANDEFEB DIED TODAY FUNERAL FRIDAY Wife of Abilene riijHlcfaii Succumbs trt Tlilicrcnloslflij Fmicrnl lift From First Baptist Church. (THURSDAY.) t Is 20 o'clock U1I3 morning Mra Grace Sandefcr wife of Dr. 0. H. San- defer died at the family residence on OrliiJO Btrcet In College Heights. TMrs. Snndcfcr came to Abilene With hqr husband and family In June 1910 from Strawn Texas whord Dr. SUndefer held a responsible position as rail- road surgeon for the Texas and Pa cific Hallway company. Airs. T. R. Gil- bert of Nashville Tonn. mother Airs W. T Allxon of Ardmoro Oklahoma sister AlrH. J D. Snndefer of Abilene sister and Dr. J. D. Snndofor Prepi-i dent of Simmons ColIegCt besides her immediate family were at the bed' side when death came. Sketch of Life. . Airs. Sandofcr was 37 years 4 months nnd 8 days old at her death. She was a womrtn of rare culture and attainments. Gifted in oratory she was placed on many pub...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 May 1911

rxor eight " " 1 - " .iii' - g i ' " " Mi gjjjgBgBgBSHBHHHSH i m A11II.HNK MntMTBBKMt HggOltTBIt F1IIVAY MAY li.'llUl. Si 3C Mtfs smm ti dass Syimmv Svu a a &v&a SaV&&. T2A cwXck aeWoxv v& xiec&ssav om oaw ouer Wves SeevaV TJvcs ave ov. vs eek ow& so com& omovvox) ov Sa3LvJia. .L I VI 1 il CHOOSE ANY $30.00 FOR $23.50 CHOOSE ANY 25.00 FOR 20.00 20.00 FOR 16.50 16.50 FOR 12.75 12.50 FOR 9.00 10.00 FOR 750 CHOOSE ANY CHOOSE ANY CHOOSE ANY CHOOSE ANY t T&exi's 5uyxsvvcv$ &opds TAvvs sVotb Vvas esaAsvA a x&votaftoa faT dfcoAw valQBxiLasvcTia ttva. uas tts T6vxaWcu fax ooa coves. .5Vv6 mav xnavxv Wvc wenes vu Vvas some- Wvvxv qooavcv sVvvrts cioce vos&tj ot utanBav or vas caw aVxnas saVvs VvlmseVJ Vveve. 3V sVvvpm&TvA o nasv Vvas us. Tecowea vtv xwoo sum- mer sVvaa&s aua vdvvc sacvaV a.ufcs a eacVv 0c. 3VY Wve opvAar sVvatas vu sVVi faux-VTv-Vvaxva Vvcs far summer woca twrnesY aVtcTTs atva tasupvs. fcVra )aXBS a 25c awa fcOc. In tod...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 May 1911

i S ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTE VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY MAT 9 lftll NUMBER 44 WE COUNCIL TODAY ABOLISHED i'ONSTlTUTIOKAL RULING ROD BKMANBED 111" THE REBELS. WILL RULE AFFAIRS. ' ANGLO-CHINESE PACT SIGNED ExtlncUoii f Opium Expositions From India Promised; Canton (Hlct Again 5 Rebellion Believed Over. v U M 1 .-"""' ' -- By Associated Pressr PEKING CHINA May 8. The long awaited edict abolishing. Mo Grand Council and substituting the constitu- tional Council which concession was demanded by .the Chinese robols was issued today. The Cabinet consists of i ten mombcrs and In their hands will be the- virtual management of Chinese affairs. Anglo-Chinese Agreement. The new Anglo-Chinese agreement for the immediate reduction and final extention of the exportation of Indian opium to China was signed today. CANTON QUIET AGAIN. Rebel Disorders Subside; Loyalists In Control of Situation; For- eigners Not Molested. ...' "Bv Associated Press. HONG CONG CHINA May 8. Can- ton tho storm ce...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 May 1911

sppi fis"tv'i-pmiFfr"' TAG! TWO ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER BY. ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY fcu.red a second olass mail nt Abilene Tea October 14 1008. SUBSCRIPTION BATES i flfe JTMT xMMtlu .11.00 . .60 letters pertaining to bUBluesa Bhould Ud addressed to tho ytper or Bomo particular department and not to Individ- ual m la their absence ttaotr mall will not be opened. fcrmtia.cheokB and postoffico and express orders Bhould be wdi payable to tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY1. Subscribers falling to receive tuelr pixpar regularly will Mater a favor upon the mauagoment by reporting came ' to the buslnesa office. All papers should bo delivered by 1:16 each afternoon and li dollvery Is not mado by 7:00 l ...t-.i. .nnnrt onmn in ihn Illl&InPRFt 0?"CC. Vmuv. y. ui cjiwt . w v-. Mmt orroneous reflection upon the characterstandlng or rtttlon of any person firm or corporation which may Mf tar In tho columns of The Reporter will be gladly cor- noted upon Its being brought to tho attention of th...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 May 1911

I'AOE TURK EXICO'S RULER WILL STAND PAT 1 Answers Madero's Threat with Defiant Refusal; will Not Accede An Inch. AMERICANS LEAVING CAPITAL Trains to Vera Cruz Crowded With Women and Children Though No Actual Danger is Feared by the Americans. Of Interest to Farmers PURLOINED PARAGRAPlIS--by S. L. If By Associated ProsB . - - MESlQO CITY MEX. May C Though far from the scene of the peace jiogotlatlons which were so rudely broken off this afternoon Mexico City Is porhaps more vitally interested in the Insurrecto situation than any point in the republic. Madero's unqualiffecl demand that President Diaz resign' Gen' Diaz' blunt refusal to bo act and the movements of the rebel armies reported camped In the vicinity of this city arc the only topics discussed bn tho streets around the corners In the parks dafes and cantluas of the capital. THE OH) PRESIDENT ASTOUNDS HIS PEOPLE. Believing that Gen. Diaz "at the solicitation of his closest friends had con- cluded to accede to Madero's demands...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 May 1911

. ' ' ' " ' VAflB FOUB The Run of the Mil -i'i .-- iiimbmmmmmbmmmMBBBBMBBBMII r i IU V A Powerful May Merchandise Movemen MM iMibM-"""""" TEN DAYS TEN DAYS i . niwrni Pnn Pipppq " lotq odds and ends from the best mills of the Universe; short Mill Run Pieces full bolts of "The Unprecedented in the history of SSJm make 'it he jtes rfmSerchandming special occasions. . A Sale of Marvel characterized every Run of the Mill" go in this tremendous 'Saving Ml L5?L iw SSi hi SJn to the neonle. a master stroke of store effort to give the people the greatest values ever wfy ing instant of its life for the tremendous dnaob1t3".;rfvVnrPttiness allowing varied and extensive selections to delight the eye oi the economical buyers throughout the nelsed combined with a Style Show as unusual and active prettiness allowing variea ana ex thousands of bargains will be found on display and sale that can n2Sr; ' w nnrf-mvinB- the greatest array of irresistible bargains r!SttJ.JtuuLtmn lvnu 4Wi thp Ktwk Mill...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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