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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 June 1911

I n ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER VOLUME xxxi M ABILKNI TEXAS. FRIDAY JUNK 2 1111. . GE ORGE V. CROWNED KING OF ENGLAND GEORGE V. AND MARY III. COME INTO THEIR OWN WOOL OILL REPORT WAS UHORARL ""Cj Coronation Ceremony Takes Place mSsrSZ8 ' Historic Westminster Abbey HOUSE BILL HANDED IN BY COMMITTEE E ON SUN CHEATS ELEMENTS HKIM-IANT KAYS SHINE THROUGH OVERHANGING CLOUDS. CROWD? GATHER BEFORE DAY Troops Charge Multitude Ncnr Charing Cross and Whitehall. AMERICANS AT THE CORONA-TION. America 1b represented at the -Coronation by tho American Am- bassador Whltelaw Held tho American Special Envoy Johi Hays Hammond many American wives of English Peers members of the American diplomatic corps and many unofficial Americans including Charles P Taft broth- er of President Taft. PENBOSE SCORES 15SDCIIIES 50TH ran; ANNIVERSARY CATT. V. H. ANDERSON AND WIFE OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING IN FISHER COUNTY WEST THIS PIOKHSt AMERICANS PROMINENT AT KING'S CORONATION Ambassador Reid; and His Associates Attra...

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 — 23 June 1911

I i hs two -i. i it U t In i 3 Ifh mmmsm :- SPECIAL SESSION T ' OF LEGISLATURE MGISlATOItS WILL MEET .lUL? SI TO CONSIDER REDIST. HICTING BILL. tBy Associated PrjsB: ' AUSTIN Juno 21. Governor Col- sreltt laat night affixed his omclal slg- f.nataro t6 a proclamation calling for a ipeclal session of tho Texas leglsla- Kro convening Monday July 31. To Consider Rcdlstncting. Tho -proclamation announces that the sapcclal session will ho expected to con iWer goncral appropriations and re- sdlstrlcting of Senatorial and Itepre- ; wmtatlvo districts over which such a memorable campaign was waged dur- ing tho last regular session .of the leg- ' Talatnro. r Tho Governor also reserves the right (to submit any other recommendations ' -for legislation before the statq's law makers that ho may seo fit. BLOCKED. 'JBrcry Household In Abilene Should Know IIow to Resist It. quent to either dlssolvo such corpo- ration In tho manner and form provid- ed by law or else pay tho franchise tax as herein st...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 June 1911

My "tf1 i l'A0B ATRIP TO VIEW CITY CROPS ALONG THE WAY "Ilicro Aro No Loafers Among Tlifc Farmers of The Abllcno Country Hut Crops Need Rain At 3:30 Monday nftornoon the Ro- portor solicitor accepted an Invita- tion to go out to View with A. H. Herring Tom and Mack Sayles In the former's automobile and I'm glad that I went for It rolloved mo of what is kno.wn nttd often referred to tkeso days ns the "blues" for I had 'cm bad Though wo have had no rain since' April the 30th crops are holding up wonderfully won. Great stacks of wheat and oats and rlqks of straw BONES FOUND IN WRECK' OF MAINE Workmen Explore Hull of III Fated TmbcI and Discover First Re. mains Work Slow ' On niany farms told the story of good grain crops while tho cotton fields .show no signs of a drouth. The feed crop mostly maize needs rain and need it now but will make a fourth of a crop without any more rain. But all crops are clean not a -woed or sprig of grass to be soen . View is fifteen miles southweBt of Abile...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 June 1911

fWW JTOUK i . - ' " - i 4 &F I TEXAS AD LEAGUE WILL LEND SUPPORT TO DALLAS Texas City Going After IfaUonal Con tcnttoH in 1913 Declares Boulto of Abilene. C. A. Boulto Commercial Superin- tendent of thb Southwestern Tolophonc Company returned over tho Texas & Pacific yesterday afternoon from Gor- don Dallas and othor points whero hb wont on bUBlneBS. Mr. Boulto nt- iended tho s'tato convention of advortls- lag' leagues as a delegate from the Abilono League. "It Is bettor than a tonic to mingle -with the advertising men of this state." Jio said. "They take tho blue ribbon In tho live wire class. Until I attended that convention I did not appreciate what a power advertising Is in tho bus- iness world. For Dnllas In 1012. "Texas will bo brilliantly and abun- dantly represented beforo the National Convention of Ad Leagues at Boston Mass. Tho Texans will mako the trip In a special train. I hope Abilene sends a delegate or two. The Texas I ad clubs will support Dallas for the nati...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 June 1911

PAGE FIVK LL IS UllIifiNB HOY AKItESTED IN CON- NECTION WITH KILLING OF II. L. OWEIL EX-EMPLOYE OF ALEXANDER Prisoner Taken to Anson Ily Sheriff McCluro For Examining Jrlnl. Snld to Hiito Witnessed Tlio O'Nell Affair HASKELL BE UNDER ARREST cow Is more useful to tho human fam- ily than the horse. The subject for Haskell Russell a young man ofth iioxtmcot1nB-Vfry other Sat- ibis elty was placed under arreBt'rday night-will be: Resolved that f mlilnlirlit hv Tlalintv Shr-1 Iff Whaloy and Night Watchman Kcl- i T.-.IWitilr Tlio nrroot 'frtllnurnil n telephone inessago from Sheriff Tom f . .. t a . t..t I AIUUIUIU Hum iunu vuu uiiuwiiuu Deputy Sheriff Whaloy that ho had a warrant charging young RubsoII with accessory beforo tho fact in Connec- tion with the killing of Robt.L. 'O'Nell at Stamford yesterday. Russqll waB arrested at his home in West Abilene and given ovor in the dustody of tho county officers. Shcr iff McCluro arrived over tho Wlchlt vaney hub moriHiig irum Aiisuii ieuj-jr-...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 June 1911

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 June 1911

".iipi;.'".' - t Coronation Ceremonial Facts "Regarding Crotwning of George and Mary Sifter "Royal Tarty Enter Westminster Ihbey s AOK fcKTKC LONDON Juno 22 The details of the coronation cdromonjnl at Westminster Abboy hnvo been qot forth at length In the olllcial Orclor of Service. Upon entering tho church their Majesties are received by tho Blnglng of an anthem. Then upon taking their places tho Offlclal Recognition occurs. Tho Litany Is then sung by two Bishops after which follows the beginning of tho Communion Service nnd tho Sermon. Tho Oath Is then administered by tho Archbishop after which the ceremony of tho Anointing takes place. Then his MaJeBty re- ceives tho Spurs and Is girded with the Sword is Invested with tho Ar- crown of England with which tho monarch Is usually crowned although Ldward VII made an exception as on that occasion It was moroly carried In tho procession. George V will be crowned with it afterwards changing it for tho Imperial t Crown in which ho will lc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 June 1911

KAK J5IGHT. a A WANT AD. May Save You Money in More Waya Than Que Try a Want Ad. - IUSRSONAIi 1 w rl. p : 1 ;: -' M li If ft M m m m 9 ii h I v I Jl I wL-Ttt Statement of the First State Bank & Trust Co. of Abilene Texas Commissioners Call June 7 1911 Resources t li It li Loans andJOverdrafts Stocks and Bonds Furniture and Fixtures - Other Real Estate Cash and Due From Other Banks Liabilities Capital Stock Surplus Undivided Profits Deposits BorrowedMneyj A Comparison of the Deposits of this bank for the past five statements will reveal a growth that is absolutely healthy and convincing j BThey are as follows: September 7; 1010 Npvember 20 1010 January 7 1911 March 7 101 June 7 1911 In spite of adverse conditions? we have demon- strated that there is a real future for this bank and solicit your account on the basis of the above statement The First State Bank & Trust Co. f Guaranty Fund Bank Smart SnWs Wva toe va)& VTveea so Voxd Vvs xdbbV.. Vvc Sues xbvW soou Vjc VjtoVctv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 June 1911

Bgw ?! i9&'5E'I?13lIli r-v'( rf T l ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER VOLUME XXXI 4MMMMM BILKNE TEXAS. TUESDAY JUNE 27 Mil. NUMHKK ft;. SftrtTrr ' r'T"'T T"v "' vX'iggSwlgl Mumumxt i" "lln r ' "' " ' HASKELL RUSSELL GIVEN BAIL IN SUM UF $5000 Examining Trial of Abilene Boy Held at Anson Today OPERA R5 TO TO ME BE CUNNINGHAM ALASKAN CLAIMS REFUSED TODAY Morgan-Guggehheim Interests Ignored By Department: of Interior SING TO KING "SPOTLESS TOWN" SPECTATORS BARRED . ONLY WITNESSES AND NEWS! Y MEN ADMITTED .ii if . MANY WITNESSES TESTIFIED Hearing was Thorough; Defendant Returns Homo Tonight. At the examining trial of Haskell o'clock.' Commodore Logan of Abl- Russell held at Anson Monday before lene was tlio first witness. County Judge a. C. Randell the de-i Testimony of Commodore LoPan. fondant was granted bail for $5000 ran testified that he know Dr. which he made. Sureties were T. M. Alexander Haskell Russoll. and O'Neil. Wright of Nugent Sam C. Rico of An- He had known the latter a ye...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 June 1911

'Wft ft ritf two ABILENE SEW-WEEKLY REPORTER BY ABlLfiNH PRINTING COMPANY Jtatered as second data mall at Abilene Texas October 14 1908 THOSE NATURAL rARTNElW. r. SUBSCRIPTION RATES J jrear . Mamtha .$1.00 . .60 Subscribers falling to rocolVo their papor regularly will confer a ftor upon tho management by reporting amo to tho business office. All papers should bo deliv- ered by 0:30 each afternoon and if delivery is not made ly 7:00 o'clock p. m. report same to tho business office.1 letters pertaining to business should bo addressed tho Reporter or somo particular department and not to Individuals as in their absecco their mail will not be opened. Drafts checks and postofflco and express oir- dors should bo made payable to tho ABILENE PRING- ING COMPANY. .Any erroneous reflection upon tho character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of tho Reporter will be gladly cor- rected upon its being brought to tho attention of tho firm TEL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 June 1911

S - F " ipllHftiappMatm ifAfl SATURDAY HOTTEST DAY OF THIS YEAR t'lftl ' GOVERNMENT TERMOMETER REGU ISTERED 105 IN SHADE AT 8 tOO P M. 104 .DEGREES FOR 4 HOURS Thermometer Showed 81 nt So en O'clock la Morning Thereafter Mounting Steadily Comnnrl. sons Last Year's Figures. - -0 TEMPERATURE BY HOURS SATURDAY 7 4i. m 81 8 a. m. . . 85 . 9 a. m ..... 89 I a. m 92 II a. m 9C 12 m .. .. 100 1 p. m ....... .102 2 p. m 104 3 p. m. .'....' '.. 104 4 p.m 104 5 p. m .l04 6 p. m. i v. .103 7 p. m .....' 102 r- Saturday was tho hottest day of the year and equaled In high temperature the record hot day of the preceding rear. According to government figur es yesterday's maximum temperature was 105 degrees above zero which re- cord was made at about half past three o'clock In the afternoon. From two until five in the afternoon the mer cury registered 104 degrees in the shade. The next highest temperature of the year was reached several days ago when the mercury touched 103 in the shade. On June 24...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 June 1911

i ii i - i-1 "' NAZARENE MEETING WAS SATURDAY A SUOHCO MPS GElTING BLUE New and Attractive Items A SPLENDID SUCCESS I Bat They SUU lltuc I'lcnty to Ent and Retain Tliclr Old Time Hospitality. Saturday morning nt 9:45 The Re--n. orviinHnr nccontcd n sent with Ju H. Herring In bis auto ami wo palled out south on tho Buffalo uap . xoad as far aB Sambo where wo turned west to View bound for tho picnic iu Itbnnw Top mountain In tho old Hair rjmln nasture. three mllcB west or Circle pasture three miles View . At View Bob Balch Mr. Herring a superintendent of tho lumber yard at that place and his wlfo nnd Httlo MIbb WlllbankB daughter of Dautor and Mrs. Wlllbanks joined us for a day or plcaBuro and recreation. Reaching the picnic ground we found a large crowd mostly young people wlth a dozen or more hoyB engaged In a gamo of tournament while here and there were groups of older people dis- cussing tho wind weather and crops. Many expressed themselves as hope- ful while others with a despoii...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 June 1911

-tAV XStSfgWr -vrl 7kr'''V;: 'f : TiZ wmmmMimmtmmmimmmmmmmm pai Tin DISASTROUS FIRE AT PORT ARTHUR qTARTS IN OIL FtEET AND SWEEPS OVER HARBOR AND DOCKS DAMAGE MIDLAND TO HOLD GREAT JULY 4TH CELEBRATION Oor?cou8 Demonstration Is Planned; Cow Pnnchcr Will Eracrnizo With Cliy Man. Two Oil ShlpB Completely Destroyed. Docks and Warehouses FJro Swept Two Dead MIDLAND Tex. Juno 2C Midland on the Texas & Pacific oncp merely the central shipping point tor the cow country of the South Plains hut ribtt an Incorporated city with water works and handsome public buildings sur- rounded hy .many thousand acres of cotton and corn fields is to celebrate the reviving business conditions of the whole west hy holding a Fourth of JlllV celebration nnoli nn ihn Smith i Plnltltt linvn nnvnr Wlntinnd hrtfrirfi. ntnl By Associated Press. I jn wiich ti0 ol(1 ttmo cow-punchor HOUSTON Juno 2C Fire which j ftn( tno Modern city man will mingle started in the oil fleet at Port Arthur ' 8i0 by Bide. ' this morn...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 June 1911

tai six It aljr and luftria at Out Celebration of Jubilee of Italian Unity Emphasizes Strained Relations Between Two Countries ROME Jtmo 24. The celebration of the .lublleo of Italian Unity with the Exhibitions In Homo and In Tur n has emphasized nnd Btrnhgeness of the situation between Italy nnd Austria. Ihnncror Francis Joseph and the Gov- nmcnt of the Dual Monarchy alone of all the ralorB and! great powers hayc sent no representation to the Italhn celebrations and It has been only In the most recalcitrant manner that Aus- tria has participated In tho Interna- tional Exhibition of Fine Arts here white Bho was the only nation which did not tnko part In the Exhibition of Industries and Labor of Turin. This Is significant when one consid- ers that Vienna and Rome have been allied as Members of the Trlplo Al- liance for nearly thirty years. Nor can It bo said that Austria's uttitudc is Inspired by a desire to spare the feelings of the Vatican as Austria in 1870 was the firBt country t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 June 1911

afijFiJw T" MW.aWMWW vh.-C i- y. r -i;i v-. -;- f v .-'; -r p ; .-i) -q 7jpfn - "- w-.. . . lip-'V flj1 "..'! ' i r Xt SITW CITY G0MM1BSI0N WAS IN SESSION THURSDAY CUSS WORK BEGINS IN ? LOCAL SUMMER NORMAL rim wi iimem wai i ii 111 ii nnriwiHiMiMMiff Report to tho Comptroller of the Currency (Coadcnfted) of the Coadltloa of The Citizens National Bank OF A&ILENE TEXAS. At the Close of Business June 7 1911 Stress of lluslncfls Proved so Heavy That ltccoss Scslon Was Hold at Night. Members of Faculty arc SnuBtiliio of an Attendance llcarchlng Ono Hundred and Fifty. Tho city commiBBloti mot Thursday afternoon in regular Besslon ami not completing ponding business hold a re- cess session Thursday night. Tho fol- lowing business wbb transacted at the regular scsBioni On motion Commissioner Guilders it was decided not to change the sala- ries of the present police force. Messrs. J. T. Leeson Paul Hoppe and S. H. Garrison forming a com- mitted from tho local Retail Merchants Association...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 June 1911

. fAGI KIGHT. . I1". . ." - Miiiy i h i muv- j Ki ji t iin nr u ' t vm. jshbhmr w i-v .n m l ruBV' u M : yr tsJ IWmJJ: WMm&jfen imw. ftiP .teyr JJPr. y I. 17 I "! . il .M y-K n.1N.&' M ' 1 BAVT.Wnj I' 1 'Hl T1 N"ln.T BP Miff IB fuViPsJw jcWMw sflkwm r ' '"' - ' ll i I ra i WW MWlMiltr III i ! r 111 it J li ? VI 1:1 ' il I U'WCtt I I ti l A i WJumSI uMMlrl If M it I 11 Sm ' I y - frfr Jr ft m - "T a: .sM II - SVUtslcAvxw f)a)t&3 Sfa j4mxtff SVwaTd U NEW PltETlMntTS ON SALjr K solid shades of Tan Gray Broradfluid Blue. Made In the newest novelty Pr 4 . t i .1 win A Y aMMM. fr VJ r -w linnrl ntirl l.tfnf frl m 1 1 Hid SlUe iastUIling iiuu vmu wnuu xjuttuiu. uuuu uuu uulwuo V li Kll II iw wr tbb -Mnn II jnr alBll 1 1 " II . . . . .. . . urf . U W i II mt .. nE - 4..-. .- ii I NEW WASH SKIKTSarr Sl'JiUlALi l'KlUUS. t & ratia' fcJUHIimfcJ 11V y; xMtin riti!.'! Jiinjwaivl-J va solid shades of Tan Gray Bro id side fastening and patch "A Special Value NEW WASH SKIRTSaffT SPEC...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 June 1911

WfFwm f-fsWRjw v 7 r ? r JT i!uiWlaMUmSMWMW JadfcjBB5Baam..WiuiUSSSCgBi3 SsjS5&rittSCTSi ttwwtmifigttt . i r b'i ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER q1 Ljd VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS. FRIDAY JUNE 80 1911. L EFFICIENCY S NOW NECESSARY V. S. NAVAL OFFICER ASSERTS CONFIDENCE OF TUIILIC NOT WARRANTED. HOW TOISECURE EFFICIENCY "A t Niar Authorities aro Bonding: Ever Energy Toward Bringing- Mnritimo Armament Up to Highest Standard Possible By Associated Press. " NEW YORK June 2D. From that day at Santiago when the American tleet destroyed the battleships of Spain the nation has taken growing interest and pride In its hew navy. "At the close of the Spanish. War" writes Lieuten- ant Commander Walter B. Tardy U. S. K in the current issue of the En- gineering Maga'zine "the press and the people were satisfied with their Navy. It had bee'n successful and thus ef- ficiency was taken for granted But when stock was eventually taken the small percentage of hits made became known and naval officers rea...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 June 1911

-jtl IM! I' TWO M yjaj Mt vjfAtUk.f h-j . I HHLENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY THE WOULD SHOUT ON COTTON. stored as Bccond class call at Abilene Texas October 14 1008 SUBSCRIPTION RATES i txMmtfcs .$1.00 . .60 Subscribers falling to recelvo their paper 'regularly will confer a U or upon tho management by reporting wmo to tho business office All papers should bo deliv- ered by C:30 each afternoon and If delivery is not made y 7:00 o'clock p. m. roport same to tho business office Letters pertaining to business should bo addressed the Reporter or some particular department and not to Individuals as In their absence their mail will not be opened. Drafts checks and postofflco and express oir- dcra should bo made payable to tho ABILENE PRING- INQ COMPANY. Any erroneous reflection upon tho character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear In tho columns of the Reporter will be gladly cor- rected upon Us being brought to tho attention o...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 June 1911

'.'' & rmmtM&m&ii&$ h ! ! - i n. i iw ! n- -- ' iiiimmuMMwii - .in iV SEWAGE PROBLEM . HOT YET SOLVED LAltGER AMERICAN CITIES AUG RACKING IN THIS ItESPECT ASSERTS DR LEDEREIt NOT ENOUGH ATTENTION PAID To Purifying River Water Communl- tics Pay Attention to Scwngo Pro- blem Only When They Snlcll It Snys Tho Doctor i TBy Associated Press LOS ANGELES June 28. Compara- tively few of tho larger cities of this -country have completely solved their isewago and water 'problems accord- ing to Dr. Arthur Ledcrer chemist nnd bacteriologist of tho sowage test- ing station of tho .sanitary district of Chicago who spoke before tho sec- tion on preventive medicine of tho American Medical Association today. Dr. Ledcrer also declared that it Is probably truo that very few rivers In tho United States are safe raw for drinking purposes; that small com- munities as a rule pay attention to their Bewage problem only when they 'begin to smell It. "Tho odor of fresh sewage is not repugnant ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 June 1911

H i fin ii ffi Srji roiiR t-canonds to j of a baby' intended her r Every woman 'd h the chann and 'voice because nai -irvtlirt-linnd. art CVCtl the lov ahirpnfn wdlrTcr shrinks frarsftlie mlcal bccaUjrsuch h time is twnid- d a3 a pcrjM of suffering nndjRnger. Women vo use ) Fngi arc jTcd m.uK disCQffort aiMjjtnng ad theirJbystalHs being Krnighly prcparccfcbvlfhi9 grcayledy arc in a hltiy coitditigffirtolaect tlic lime vjrtlic lcafit jgfiblcf uffering ana yrgcr. MMifr's Ifientl is tended oiuwlpr the faliet auu rtuotucii ; tt is in Sense a repcuy tor various ma fcess ana thousands endorsements rc- i used it f lit. u- arm n csWiirnmer OI uierencui iu uu .j3 :..r.j. j .inn lOTtta rempilv i vulvar iiu fto uow -.- --. f .i..an1.'ti ..MHnn htlt- Oltll. "I UCCUJflJJliail WpWUUWiJ uuvw.. ssistsntfture toff erfect its woric. icr's Friend ajlayd nausea pre- cakifg-of Jkn - . : farraslK andT lYini ROTCSL evcnW VBgy frrm imZPh -a 3ntribuesrto Csfctf.yrisfl ang. JPltby r5; M . iothsMfod. Mother's...

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