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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 June 1911

PAOI FIT! "- ' ';' ' " ' ' ' N I Here are the Prices That are Ma kin Inn Ro Brisk at This Store. Join The Crowds nd Take Advantage of The -. V;:y:v: MV4JUgS FUMM! TOSSlDie DJ IMS MIC Sweep ing Reductions in Our Ladies Ready- . to-Wear Department .... .$995 $14.00 to $16.50 Marquisette Dresses choice $10:00 line of Lingerie Dresse very (C 7C pretty. Your choice ..'... yU I u All $30.00 $32.50 and $37.50 Tailored Suits grouped and priced your choice 010 7R for only P I U IC All $25.00 to $27.50-Tailored Suits choice at ; V Aiy $15.00 and $16.50 Suits yor choice for only . f d Ladies' Auto Coats $3.5.0 qualityj priced only g. lO.Otf and $12.50 quality Auto Coats priced only & $22.50 Auto Coatsj very hand- some priced at . . . -. $1875 ..$990 ..$295 ..$795 $1425 12 New Style Poulard Dresses pretty quality ?12.G0 grade. One lot of Silk DreseS good styles and matrial bpecial for $C M2S $20.00 values $1275 itoo en o.'ii. t E- . . - .. SSi. : tZ3Va popumr Sliur ..-.?;'? ta'Porfoc to. x ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 June 1911

JTAC18DC ii if 7 Pi a ii 5 CIUNGEMADE IN fAGULTY ABILENE SUMMER NORMAL INCREASED CROWDS AT IRE REVIVAL SERVICE Jtaftt J ILllnriiett Withdraws l'ince Mr. Tims S. (.'Dec of Austin Preaches Filled by Principal Smith of High School.. County Superintendent of Schools .Powerful Sormom Sliiglng Especially uoou. The meeting at the ltrst Presbyte- V. White irrespective of his oulolal riiin church nt Sunday morning a Ber- dutics 1b putting In tt few timely vices wns well attended; A large gntu- Ncka In tha Interest of the Abilene orlng wero present to hear the dlsttn- w..M Ax4v.n1 lUn ntHtntitnnll'Hl nil. .rolntiiwl nVlltltrnl 1st a DrS. TllOB. S. ClyCC m sual session.- of which opens Monday mid J. L. Boll itf Jnnn aft fnr a Rftvpn week term. In-1 The onenlng song rendered by tho W ilwdlng culminations. ' choir "Make me n Greater Blessing in All the Bosslons will bo held lit the the Meeting" was well received administration building of Simmons Dr. ClJ-co is president of the AuBtin college tho...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 June 1911

PAGE SKVKV HOED FI REYES DE LA fllVBS OUT SlfcVTEMENT AS TO HIS CAHINET IF ELECTED PRE8L DENT OF MEXICO FOLLOWS THE CONFERENCE ct8 (o Ho Minister of War and do In Ilurrn io Ho Minister of Foreign Affairs In tlio Now Regime Under Mndcro By Associated Pre8S. MEXICO CttTY Juno JO.-"If 1 should 1)0 elected president of the Mcx lean Republic.. Bald Francisco I. Ma- dcro tonight to a representative! the Associated Press "I -will appoint do la Harm as Mlnlstor of Foreign Relations and Genoral Reyes as Minister of War in my cabinet." This statement was given out by Madoro after; his return from Cha- pultcpec cattle where ho conferred with both do la Barra and Reyes. Ac. night both men have accepted the pro- visional offer by Madoro of these port- folios. Thus does the now admlnlstra Hon In Mexico grow apace. QUAKE DEATH LIST GROWS. Man on Foot Reaches Capital Telling of Destruction of Churches and Cathedrals CITV OF MEXICO Juno 9 Because of the lack of telegraph facilities and rtn account o...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 June 1911

l II 4 1! ? la M AE EIGHT. - " ?pfcda.&veYe5vvs"30eek tt ou arc too Vn smvo. fa out moJicf ox t tet Jot a ofterca.. Dow I UX Ws owouuto. Ta&t tfBPIjjwtf Sunday night ns a great success lit lino of muck of t'ho firing but was not muny uui(iu """"""i "- hundred bullets struck two nousc. Wo place on sale MONDAY a big lino of Men's Shirts secured from a manufacturer at undorprlce embracing a complete range of sizes and best patterns in black and white stripes colored stripes black and colored figures and checks.Tho kind of shirts you will want for summer wear. ALL SIZES from 14 to 18 and all in the most desirable Summer Patterns 7Qp CHOICE 13b NEW FOUIt-BMIAND WASH TIES 10c A SHIPMENT of three gross just received light colored' patterns and white They are the proper thing for summer Iftp wear. SPECIAL I UU SILK AND WASH TIES AT S5& AT THIS POPULAR PRICE we make a big showing of the latest styles and patterns in new Silk and Wash Ties. MEN'S UNDERWEAR SPECIAL VALUES BALBRIGGA...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 June 1911

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 10 1911. NUMBER M. SIMS EXTEND OVER LARGE AREA nilKSfClIlXG 1LVINS OYER ItADlUS WITH DALLAS AS CENTER UENEFITS CHOPS WERE MOSTLY LIGHT Coilon Brcnks On Now Orleans And New York Markets; Corn Crop In Denton County Gets ITntorlnl Benefit. By Associated Press DALLAS June 15. Drenching ralnfl' last night Immediately about Dallas and Fort Worth proved a great pdndfit to crops. Conflicting reportB wore received early today aa to whether the rains were general over North' Texas where the cropB are reported on the verge of ruin. Covered Ilndlns of 100 Mllcse. Cotton broko sharply on the Now York and New Orleans markets as re-. suits that the North Texasc. drouth was broken last night Late reports today show that in a radius of about one nun dred miles in every direction from Dallas there were general showers last night which as a rule hardly more than laid the dust hut did considerable good to cotton and In a few places bene...

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 — 16 June 1911

i.iywuain wiwwwm I ):n Vi P F ft KM 19 l U t Si' a' v . I5f i;1 i t I" M SB K 1 r stj tt L. . ly flBTWO 'ii.":- -" ' ' UBILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER HOT WEATHER SUGGESTION. SI llY ABILENE PRINTING COJrPANY The psychologies sharps tell us that "heat Is only n atato of mind." That being eo Bays tlio Memphis Com-morplnl-Appcni; It should bo easy to change this torrid nnii nn .nmnthlnii not only endurable but enjoyable. . - Alli.w Tcsns October Wo nil know how the mind reacts on the physical nature. 'Entered a9 second clasB mall at Abilene Texas Octoucr P Vhich -arises i 14 UU8 ovnlfml. Wo havo seen" men unUer WHllUl U9 vrilun ..vp-- v 14 yr . fttoatka ' " " I ( mrttitnl stress In coll weather persplfo as If the SUBSCRIPTION KATES j ranged around 100. Who Is there who can- ;";;;. ; ; ; .BO ' 0t recall that talking over the long distance telephone left them In a state of excessive heat altliougn tuo excr $88J && " ; TT 7 TTZ tton was no greater than talking over the local wlr? 8 m...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 June 1911

' lAK TMRI CAUSE OF DEATH STILL UNKM DOCTORS' VERDICT IN CALVERT CASK WAS NOT ANNOUNCE) THIS AFTERNOON. 2 THEORIES BEEN ADVANCED Jh'iiili Dtio Either to Asphyxiation Outright r to Asphyxlntton With Suntsroko ns Con. trihutory Gnusc. (TUESDAY) I :00 p. m. The verdict In the Will i'nirArt niiit announced at four oclock was to tho effect that Cnlrort was frnl overcome by hent and falling ov or the pipe vm killed by Inhnljnjj gns i Up to three o'clock this afternoon Drs. S .C. Gage and C. M. Cosh who yesterday performed an autopBy over tho body of "Will Calvert had not an- nounced tholr opinion determining the exact cauac of Calvert's death. Cal- vert it will be remembered was tho eighteen year old employe of the Abl- leno Gas Company who was picked up dying from a trench In which he had been laying a gas Connection yesterday morning expiring before a doctor reached him. Tho fatal accident oc- curred shortly before noon in the alley between South Second and Third streets. Two theories h...

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 — 16 June 1911

Mil Tl w .' I w K P. I n! lii to a M i. ( I t . r ' ito (L ' Jf '' f u pai reuK MMY NEW LAWS BECAME EFFECTIVE LAST SUNDAY ''' t 1n-riaUM Without Emer I jivio w juvsinininiu gency Clause Pass Nlaetj. Day Limit j Sunday Juno 11 being the nlnotl- I Ui day since the adjournment of tho jjv regular session of tho Thirty-Second ill Toxns Msgi&iniuro Beverai important ' laws passed by that body have gone Into effect Onq of tho laws to go Into effect Is Houbo bill No. 8 which provides for tho revision of the marriage laws rela- ting to the Issuance of licenses.. The amendment provides that In case the fomalo 1b under 18 nnd the male under 21 years of ago tho written consent of tho parent or guardian must bo ob- i talned before the license shall be Is- sued. Another new law going Into effect today Is House bill No. 203 which pro- vides for additional fees for petit and grand Jurors in criminal caBes The law will now be that the Jurors In criminal cases will receive $2.50 per diem Instead ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 June 1911

1 1 nnm ( 4 fak mfc. m and lazarus SMum commission STERN OBJECT LESSON Mr Hotter Spiritual SaltAtlon Than Itoiulioml lMcnBurcs Points Got fit. 'I'lina I' I'lvon. . ..... . ..- The attendance at tho revival scr- co 1" tl -i t-HU'lJul Miucriiiicie last night wns unuBunlly good. Dr. Tlios- S. Clyco toolc for Ills subject the parable of the rich man and Lnzarus I from St. Luke 1(5-10 : There was a cer-1 tain rich mn which was clothed In purple and flue lln.cn and fared Bump- fiiously every day and there was bIbo ln certain bagger name! Lnzarus full of soi efl who uesircu 10 ue icu ironi tho crumbs which well from the rich iniin's uible. And It came to pasB that tho beggar died and was carried by. rich "I'1" uso (lo(1' nnd W11B buHed Dr. Clyce said in part: "Those men woro very different In ufi While one fared sumptuously the other was a poor beggar. 'Note tho po-' flltlon of these two men after death fiod gavo tho rich man nil he ideslred In this world. The blessings he receiv- ed hero ...

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 — 16 June 1911

M rkm rix Sale June Clearance IS BADLY HURT TIES UP TRAFFIC i - se-seeeM . . -... n .m.Tnn Inrllir.i-n pmilr i HtHiyiAN AVIAlun MURDDiniiu: - - ji a fc MttlfllHH mBmmmmmmmmcmgKitggHmmmmMmmmrmmmmmmmm m m mu nm w. . . i "if i' ill i t tf? l $ J r i( l .' tf 'it I hi 188 1 k V Ml I. :? 4 1; . L j IHM " j 'H I! li!j fj Tw MKRR FREY AMOXO pOM'ESTAXTS IN PABIS TO truiuy back COJfES TO G1UEF. LEG JUMP ANG JAW BRDKtN r Berry Jllrclmnn Tlnwirted lit Jmst Lop f Hn7.nrdous Journey; Picked up Jlntlng WHuMy In Debris of Wrecked Mnchlnc. By Associated Press. BENCIGLONE ITALY June H- norr Frey the only competitor in the Paris to Turin race to attempt the flnnl leg of the course from Rome to Turin was found yesterday in the wreckage of his aeroplnno near hero several Hoars after his start from Rome. His jaw was broken one arm and one les were fractured and ho was raving in -wild delirium. The diBcoyery was mado by two trorkingmen who were attracted to the scene by the debris of Frey's aero- piano. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 June 1911

( PAGE SEVKJf SHULTZ MURDER MYSTERY CLEARED BY CONFESSION Frank Turney Charged with Murder Makes Sworn Statement. .- HE ACCUSES SHEFFIELD SAYS CO-DEFENDANT IS GUILTY OF ACTUAL KILLING YOUNG WOMAN IS IMPLICATED hlllliiir Occurred After Dance While Schultz Fiimlly Slept 13s Associated Press HOl'STON June 13. Frank Turney Hon first wns Uio absence of any dls- orklor iu tho parlor. Culling to his as- sistant to follow him he went into the other room Tho sight that met his eyes beggurB all powers of description. Even the vet- eran officer accustomed as he is to scenes of crime wub staggered for the. IiiBtant. In tho little Sxl2-foot bed- room a vorltablo churnel house wns in ovldenco. A pile of dead persons lay upoh and between tho two beds that were in tho chamber of death and blood ulmost covered the room upon all of its four sides. Tho floor which was bare was one succession of gory pools. Blood wns on all of tho urtlcles of furnitute blood was on the bedding and parts of clothing wer...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 June 1911

V : sty' i Hi M 7l UN SI i t 1'it I v I f I! : . i r ' f ifi J I rt t I'i ' Iu L M II Irf' h?( fo riE 1IGKT. ' JM.I i u 1 ' . - .. . m r i I if' T31 - fJlsvJUVtno rv TSIO l s a I rrt.fcl IDVOCW vav)viuo uvv-vv . . Smart CVoWvcs. - 1'"' ' : ' j' I ' ' ' Rj W lv if AV.n. rAYte orvrt TYP.W .SXinPi Cliff I "W3w "Uow Caw " $27.50 $25.00 $22.50 $20.00 Where Your Suits for Suits for Suits for Suits for I Dollar Does Its Duty. JNO. N. CONRAD Loans and Fire Insurance Room 13 Radford Bldg. JK INTERESTING LETTER FROM THE MISSES COWDEN Iliad Snow Cupped 3Iountaius of. Cool Colorado and Scenery of Utah Vory Attractive. JJlHs .BPdie and Aimit. Cowden who adtj.with it party of excurslonlsts"tour- Jfcg. Colorado Utah Oregon Washing- teat and California have written their Barents Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cowden an Interesting letter from which the tfelloTClng is an extract. "All the rivers between liomo and Colorado are dry. Wo reached Colora- do Springs about two o'clock. They 2ahed ub to Radnor train. T...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 June 1911

ABILENE REPORTER V EMI WEEKLY VOLUME XXXI UMIFKIfnS TlXAS. XUXgDAY JUNE 2 Ml. f --"'-".' - f ' ' I I I I iii.t-- - i i i " ' '' 'i im . ... i.i.i - - - - r i - rin 7" ) NuMBK)tft& VISITORS ARRIVE F london thronged todax wlth boyAl delegations And ' usual sightseers HAMMOND IN SPECIAL TRAIN President Taft's Representative Trav- els in Much Elegance Intermit- tout Itnins Fail to Dampen Ardor of People By Associated Press. LONDON England June 19. Scores of King George's coronation guests reached Xandon this morning and among thorn John Hays Hammond ap- pointed by Prealdont"'Taft to repro- sent the United States. Throughout the day special' trains rolled in bring- ing princes royal families from afar ambassadors and suites from all parts of tho. world. Practically every civi- lized nation on the globe will have n representation. John Hays Ham- morid traveled in a special train. x Intermittent Rains Fall Despite Intermittent rains which be- gan early last night flags covering all the...

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 — 20 June 1911

Hun two i. ' " . ' ' " " ' ' " ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER BY ABILENE FItlNTINQ COMPANY Entered as second class mall at Abilene Texas October 14 1008 JDR J. K. McCOKMACK'S A1)IHESS GOOD ROADS ELEGANT AND CROPS LOOK FINE SUBSCRIPTION RATBSs nr MMII 41.00 . .GO Subscribers failing to njcelvo their paper regularly will confer n favor upon tho management by reporting samo to tho business office. All papers should bo deliv- ered by 6:30 each afterno&n and if delivery Is not mado by 7:00 o'clock p. m report samo to tho business office. letters portainlng to business should bo addressed tho Reporter or somo particular department and not to lndivlduls ns. in their absenco their mail will not bo opened. Drafts checks and poBtoffice and express olr- dors Should bo made payablo to tho ABILENE PRINQ- ING COMPANY. Any erroneous reflection upon tho character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear In tho columns of tho Reporter will bo cladly cor rected upon...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 June 1911

ALMS THJUni Of Interest to Farmer PURLOINED . PARAGRAPHS-.y $. L. N. The Farmer Fccdoth AH Man bulldB his cnstlcs fair and high Whatever fiver runneth by Great cIUcb rise In every land Groat churehes show the builder's hand; Great arches monuments and towers Fair placos mid ploanlng bowers Great work 1b done bo 't hero and tlioro And well man workoth everywhere; But work or rest wlmt'or befall The fanner ho must feed them nil The weather man's liberality Is un- limited. Packers are getting grass steers at. practically their own flguios. A good many Texas cattle have been selling In Chicago lately. However it is the very weather to create a run. on the river.banks. If you can't whistle along the way you can say "Amen" when the other fellow strikes the right tune. It is not the number of cows but the quality that Increases the net profit of the farm. If you keep a close watch on the market your bank account will-grow whether you watch itipr not. Cheer up. Only kings have lo wear" heav...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 June 1911

HEART FAILURE GAUBtD DEATH OF WHETSTONE Tnjlor Countr Farmer Meets Sudden And Tragic Dcatli Ho Was Helping' Neighbor (FRIDAY) Robert Whbtstoiic aged B8 years met a Buddon and tragic death yester- day afternoon nbotit 5:30 o'clock t.il .n.1lin .irrnr- tlm Stlir lmm. wuuu wuijvi..! .- - -- - . urogram will do nuurguu uj two and a half miles north of Abl '"J x D SandCfor of Sim lono. Yesterday morning Mr SUMMER NORMAL SESSIONS WILL CONVENE TOMORROW Outlook For Fine Attendance ) cry Flatcrlng According to B. . Hndglns Conductor ir . Tim elchtconth annual session of the Abilene Summer Normal will convene at ton oclock tomorrow morning with ...!. vnrplnn In SlmmOttB Col- lego chapel. Features of tho open- win oo nuurcBBuu ut Whetstone ftiiintoprml to holn his neighbor Mr. Jim Eplln who was digging' a well on his place. Mr. Eplln Btates that ho tried to got Whotstono not to worie fearing that tho excessive heat would bo too trying on one of his age but that Whetstone Insisted on lending a ...

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 — 20 June 1911

Irc5? ; pai mi ABILENE PHYSICIAN ACCUSED OF KILLING Dr. J. M. Alexander of This City Is Under Arrest at Anson Charg- ed With Homicide. R. L. O'NEIL IS ALLEGED VICTIM Shooting Occurred Between Seven and Eight O'clock this Morning in Wash Room of the Stamford Hotel -Seven Shots Fired Six taking Effect Death ' Practically Instantaneous. Dr. J. M. Alexander of Abilene is under arrest at Anson char- ged with killing B. L. O'Neil until lately a traveling salesman of the National Lead Company of St. Louis with Dallas as headquarters. The killing occurred portly before eight o'clock this morning in the wash room of the Stamford Inn at Stamford Jones county. go far as is known there were no eye witnesses. ' ' SIX BULLETS TOOK EFFECT Seven shots arc said to have been fired from a Colts 32 automa tic revolver and six took effect. One bullet struck O'Neil in the head the rest taking effect In the chest and stomach none striking the face or below ( the waistline. Death is believed to' have been ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 June 1911

MX SIX m m INSURANCE ABILENE'S RATE XKV HATE IS K01V SIXTY-SKTO fiftlXB-CAN BB LOWERED TO 8ft CENTS. 3.tet Insurance Men Hate Done All jhey.Can For Lou or Rales The TTUo Tcoplo Must Act In Behalf of Measure. M'RnRMICK IIRfiFS MORE SANITATION algiiod for thq company calling for ex- tension of the ilno. The railroad commUce here nnvc secured the signatures of nil but six of the stockholders algnirylng wlll- liignesa of transferring the proportyj to the new company and on July let the transfer will be made. Tlioro are transfer Is made the tinnies of the par. A CONVINCING WA1 ties taking over the company will bo made Known. The namo or tne com- pairy docs not matter so muon to tuo Vlul vitlt Proper Knowledge anu av . i . ! n tnni' ffue Reporter haB had something to iaay along the line of fire luBuruncc In M&iac and lest we bo misunderstood -we wish to say to the people thnt we aofl that our local Insurance ion huvc ( and arc doing nil hi their power opn as low rate for the city as t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 June 1911

yy.Aflg gimss ') rt NO MORE MONOPOLIES PERMITTED IN MEXICO ESTIMATE ON WHEAT OY ABILENE MILLER RAINFALL LIGHT HERE . HEAVY IN CEDAR GAP 3SIE Over Hardware Co. I'diiinnny Stores arc to bo Abolished and All Trtifits Mill bo "Busted." W. L. Lilly Says 11)11 Crop In This .-Bain Reports frdm Many Localities County Will Likely ItcaCh Story of Cisco Cyclone 100000 Bushels Merely a Myth (Milhuuhun Mexico Juno 10. TnlBt IniStliiK Ib to bo ono of tl)o works or tlip new administration . In Moiclco American" and other monopolies will bo lilt hard and conccBBlonB that bear hurdciiaomcly on tho people will cltlier bo modified or forfeited. In many Instances concessions have been granted to people In Mexico In return for promised benefits such as the building of new. railroads con- centrators or electric plants which were nover built dishonest officials winked at the failure yet thoBO bold- lug tho concessions have continued to profit by them. A stop Ib to be put to these things. Keforms Immediate...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 June 1911

'T i rAflK :ioht. n 1 1 ' ' ' ' mmMHMMMHHH "BVa ' SaVe S ItfWs. JV)Oea?r Some "WtoeVous T)ata n vtscvW . S-6.! ' WWV SmVw Summer SVMs. M aVeVwsum "Ptiws. Vve Swv ot SwmYMft w&. (tat wtart VVMftMiw a S-odv axe famous xncax SWitv-Eoci Smart Smmet CqW avwc $18.00 Suits for $16.50 Suits for $15.00 Suits for $12.50 Suits for $14.75 $12.75 $11.95 $8.95 $27.50 $25.00 $22.50 $20.00 Suits for Suits for Suits for Suits for $21.75 $19.50 $17.75 $15.95 Summer Sirs Mu&OTprM& sato s oxv. VV Sues awfli a sW& assovmsd o Tbs S?.00 Svatos a Ms wfe ov - 79c ' 3V xvevo svvpmTi o "Dasi ves; sewaV $voss otv saVe Wvvs week. T?v&tt$ (Simmw TJattwas owV VOc Tvett SWV. "Sies werco sWVuv Veasvcis ae.vws av and 5QC TH'hero Your I DolL'ir- Boes Its Duty. H c&s ABILENE'S FAVORITE x SHOPPING iqam iiiii 1 1 in i ! j -0 PERSONAL i - ft ; ' (MONDAY) AS Price basest returned from Cpl. where he bought a car of fine the car coming in over the A. 4. SL today. Two- threshers went to work in teh 26...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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