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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 March 1911

"wm ww mill n --- ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY MARCH 21 1ML . ... I J NUMBER M. iLEi'S CHARTER BILL IS APPROVED (0ERNOB AFFIXED SIGNATURE THIS MORNING NOW GOES BEFORE THE PEOPLE ABILENE COUPLE MARRIED Wcntcr-Mccks Nuptials Solemnized nt El Pnso Sunday Wedding Was Romantic APalr A BUSY DAY FOR COLQUITT Stale's Chief Exccutho Attempting to Clear Decks so That He May Meet With Cnttlo Italscrg at Snn Antonio Tuosdny CHARTER WILL APPROVED . Uy Associated Press AUSTIN Mar. 20. Tho Ablleno charter bill passed by tho Third- s' cond Legislature was formally approved this monring by Governor Colquitt. The governor also ap- proved the IHUsboro charter. Tho Ablleno charter cIoob not carry tho Initiative referendum and recall. Advices have been received In Abl- lono of 'tho wcddlngat 131 Paso Sun- day of. Prank (Shorty) Weaver and MIsb Addlo Mocks. Both formerly lived here Frank as nn employe of tho Farmers and Merchants National Bank ji-ne weuaing was tuo resul...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 March 1911

J Mil HW rThe South' s Greatest Newspapers T .' vTT 'n TAie Semi-Weekly Record FORT WORTH TEXAS . ft m l VI BV is' I 77ie Semi-Weekly Reporter ABILENE TEXAS ifr Addition to Subscribing foh.your Home Paper which you Cannot well Afford to be With- out you Must Have a high-class General Newspaper As a trustworthy family paper The SemiWeekly Fort Worth Record has no superior It isn't for any limited set of people; it's for every member of every family. If you don't find something of interest in a particular issue-well the editor looks on that is- sue as a failure. In addition to printing all the news of the day in concise form The Record has special features for each member of the family. The remarkable growth of The Record is the best evidence of its merits. By. subscribing through this office you can get The Fort Worth Semi-Weekly Record together with The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter both papers one year for only $1.75 and a 6-page wall map will be included free. Think of it. Two Semi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 March 1911

tAttr Tfnwm NASHVILLE HEARS ABOUT BIGJI. G. T'S MINSTREL Morning Xcnncsscnn-Aincrlcnn Glad. ly riiltllsl'cs Urogram in Full In Sundnj- Edition From Monday's Pally: Tbo United Commercial Travelers' big inlnatrcl In the opera liouqo a month ago nlado a distinct stir as far away as Nashville Tenn. The Nash- vlllo Tonneesenn and American the largest morning newspaper In Tennes- see In its Issue or Sunday March 12 devoted considerable space In Us de- partment devoted to the traveling men On tho Firing Line to the big show in Alhlene. Besides publishing the program tho Firing Lino had tho following to say: "The Firing Lino la in receipt of an elaborate souvlenlr program of the ilrst annual performance of tho "U 0. T. Big MliiBtrolB" given at Aollene Tex'a8 February 18 by the Ablleno Council No. 472 United Commercial Travelers. Tho program Is a master piece in tho art preservative tho col org of th6 order blue gold and white licliig used as the .cover: The body of the program contained a n...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 March 1911

JUU FOUX WK '.7 I. II XABAQKAVHS WORTH 'I'ERtiSlNG WUiy nnd Pointed They're Picked rrom llcst Farm Papers foe r Reporter Patrons Tho country's greon with clover. And oHvy finds thu pliiw. And hero Is Mister Happiness A swlngln on tho gate! Corn and hogs or hogs nhd com 1b a great combination. Somo brain cells arc- dark enough to bo calltd brain cellars A clean cow and a clean -stable go with Clean milk good butter and clean cash. By nil the laws of avorages we should this year havo a season of average rainfall. If cotton factories pay dividends in Gqorgla nnd t)M Corollnas they wl 1 do so in Texas. ' Live stock havo wintered in unusu- ally flno condition In Texas consider- ing tho protracted drouth. j Profit in the live stock business on ( tho farm depends largely upon the iomo production of feed. Most farmers can toll you tho amount) of their gross Income but what of your net Income. Cowpeas peanuts and soy beans arc goodicrops to nccompany corn. Plant these crops liberally .anjd c...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 March 1911

PACK m ELDER COHVEBSE IT" HNHS REBELS Our Spring Opening and Anniversary Sale Is attracting unusual crowds to this store-many ex- pressions of approval are heard on every hand. Never IIIICK OF 13IP1USONED OKINGO SHX'MSUMUSCTO AIUIIY NO VI YCE FOlt AaiEUICASS r LI AT MEXICO GUY jlinMcr of Finance Completes Journey Nifcl ot Mothered by Mndero's .Men; lielloTcd Trying (o Lnd Present War. D) Associated Press. EL PASO March 20 The army ot the tnsurrccto forces of Mexico is no plau for American boys and Ameri- can men. Conditions ure hostile to them. The federal troops will show Americans little mercy If they are cap lured aid the lnsurrectos don't care whether the Americans are killed or not This was the statement of II. C. fonuvrse after visiting his son Law- riic who with EdWln Iilntt a few- low American is Imprisoned at Cui- dad Juarez on a charge- of conspiracy against the Mexican government. The tldcr Converse says that; since the Suite Department took a hand in tho nutter the two b...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 March 1911

fxoE atk. f ' II I II ! Ill M ' I II I 11 ' - " SJS5 I Government Otvnership Framing a JVetv (Sariff - . aMH(MM--a---MM--M Prohibition "Defended I. N HATTKRSON h 'W I it -.4 J 11 at . If ACSTlN March 18. "Tho ttmo has como fhcn I am almost persuaded that tho theory of government ownership of railroads ought to ho given a prac- tical tesi on a largo scale. Thoro Is only one thing that causes mo to make pause In advocating such a step with all tho zeal 1 can command and that is Sam pays tho fright." Sam LazarijB capitalist and Ex-Texan gho got his start In this state de- clared himself In tho foregoing sen- tenco while in Austin this week. Mr. Lazarus was not speaking In Jest. Ho was very much in earnest. Tho con- clusion ho reached was not formed as the result of mere Impulse hut is tho gradual growth of much study ond more observation. "Government ownership Jb coming sooner or later" says Mr. Lazarus "and when it does come I fear it will not prove tho panacea those whd long would yi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 March 1911

PRE DICTIONS ON WHEAT AND OATS rOHKClST OF 1011 GRAIN CHOP MITII ACTUAL FIGURES BY AH1LENE CITIZEN 375000 OATS: 120.0QQ WHEAT line Season Is Already In (ho Ground And Etery Indication Points to (.'rent Crop Resulting Reie. nues will Reiiih $20SfSU0 "So far ns I can ecu every Indi- cation points to one of tho best crop 'ear8 In tho history Of this (otintry. Two more rains of the right variety and coming at the right time will make the crops No jiorcan prevent It. I ennnot help but think that Central West Ttas Is on tho ragged edge Of an ir.i of unprecedented prosperity." n interview of the right sort a in. sage of optimism brimming over' with unquenchable faith In tho dest- iny of this country was giveit tho Re- porter Saturday afternoon by W. L. Lilly manager of the Star Milling Co. Air. Lilly spoko on wheat pud oats. Hib business is to keep a finger on the pulse of tho wheat and oat market; 1 p must Btorc in his cerebum every flu filiation in the price; cotton concerns him not nor ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 March 1911

'Vfl VUJ1 EIGHT J23 LIVES WERE LOST vrj. A WANT AD. May Save You Money in More Way Than One Try a Want At WANTED To trade $3000.00 ortlfof 7 Last I'hhlnp Season la Canada And Sew L'ajrlaul lVns Attended Hy Very Ilenty Death Hate BOSTON Mass. Mar. 20. During the last full and Winter hunting and F K " "We nro now showing the new .season's styles in Spring lints. The mill in cry department is filling tip with the choicest style creations from the Eastern markets. Here this week you will see the mom exclusive models for spring some elaborately triiu- med and others of much simplicity of style with little orna- mentation. Both small and large hats are iu evidence and in a vnriety of styles to suit any 'fjnncy Moderate prices prevail here as in other departments. Call this week and view the now spring arrivals. -JsssskssEsss J tabssfcrBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsV'ssssiVBSSSSSSSSSiiBissssssssssssshA. A Snappy Style For The Young Man A shoe designed particu- larly for the young men who want some...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 March 1911

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER VOLUME XXXI AMILKNE IZXASJUDAY MARCH 21 1111. NUMBER . iiiiiNi.ii riniPimrt wiimnN vk s miu iini -i l ihbj -iiuo MM ELECTION GOES ON STAND F0H ENFANTRYMEK 1 jUSHNDS FORMER ACTION FIXES HATE FOB ELECTION TIIURS. DAY AL'BIL 20TII. CITY ELECTION GULLED OFF V ill Not be Held Until .People of Abi- lene either ratify or Jlcjcct Charter $ Tapers bo DIs. trlbutcd Frtc. ALLEGED FEMALE CAMMORIST A WITNESS IN SENSATIONAL ITALIAN PROCEEDING. DENIES GOVERNMENT CHARGE Sii)s She Never Harbored Murderers In Her Snlonj Interest In Trial nt Fever Pitch Striking -Scenes Enacted. GOVERNMENT IS STRENGTHENING aiillWl'U AUiHI) VAJJlUiJU ft FOR VOLUNTEERS i .3i ft HAND DILLS ARE SENT ODT Recruiting Stations Remain Open Day and Night; Uniformed Soldiers Making House to Huso Canvas In South. ' (THURSDAY.) llie city council met at the city ball at cloven o'clock this morning nnd'nf- ter discussing the matter of tho date for holding the election for the ap- proval or rejection of t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 March 1911

TAGS T'Vii CINDENSED ACREAGE THE PROPER THING IN TEXAS OWEN 60ES TO PRISON;' WAS TAKEN EAST' TODAY Xnlslnnn Editorial Writer Places Finger On Weak Stfot In fracas Farming. Well Known Taylor County Character f list Serve Flic Years For Assault on Wife. li m . B". EdSeli 3tj9rr BH B k. K m 21 NLfV H mi M jBt l fA ' ' 1 P f ;? ' i'.. : vH bV fct ! 1 if 1 r . " m f r . ifi 4 (WEDNESDAY.) Tho farmers of Texns nro ontlrely too big in tholr ideas nud not given onough to diversification said J. M. BllBbeo of New Orleans L who was in Abllonc'totiayv Mr. Sllsbco is an editor of The Horticulturist published in Now OrloaiiB for the benefit of fruit .growers of Southern Louisiana. "My recent trip over many sections or Texas especially Wostorn Texas" said Mr SIlBbce "has opened my eyes to a great many things that should not exist but which unfortunately do ex- ist Your farmors attempt to cultivate too much land and nro not given enough to dherslficfttlon. They at- tempt to make one big money crop...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 March 1911

Pjfc TM Cured Neuralgia Pain" take in Writing to von d a neuralgia nain in for five years and I ur Liniment for ope u was completely I recommend vour Llnirjfcnt Very highly." IIrs J MJfcRAW 1 216 Mandevifie St. New Orleans La a 11 an that my ar used week cureot 1 i 1 lit H J QuinswSoro Throat R. Henry L. Caulk of 2 Wilson St.. Wilminirtnti. fcl. writes : 'I bought a bot- e ojtfbioan s Liniment for the ifisy sore throat and it cured I shall always keep a tne House' three hundred TcxanB arrive In Call-! rornja every thirty days In search tot- omploymeiiL This Is net. n Blant at Toxas for Us a better state than California ever will he but It merely goes to bhow how extensive has' been the advertising campaign promulgated by woslorn concerns. "Every Jack-leg proposition under the sun Is worked to a queen's taste and suckers are. born every minute Fake oil concerns fake land propp. sltlons.and what not ate employed to fetch the B6ttlcrs and they fetch them too." In his vacation. days Mr ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 March 1911

FUK MM THIS STORE WAS NEVER BETTER PREP eLm ee. t T T T T T T T To Serve You More Satisfactorily Than i ' 1 HI - iii 'i i I '. i I' i V" h " f if (ICJrJ) 1 f: J-"' ' Never were assortments larger or finer; never were styles more attractive owere val ues better for this is the store that keeps pace with the progress of tijf nimes; the store that is never satisfied to "let well enough alone' but is constantly improvii sOi'vino trt imnrnvp. nnrl mnkfi this a hAtter and more sntiaf actor v nlaafifor VOU to ttet Our business gets better year after year because our setvice to ouicustomersjfFcon- tinually being bettered. We consider.your satisfactionpbove everything esjf a ar . . . . jmr j geods anm compariXwith umabyou can srtti We invite everybody to come and see our (mods an get elsewhere. We expect no one to buy of us unh theyat to their best Interest to do so. But you wonft know where Hhe be unless you compare as w m w mivH 1 fr j&jst ' r Hemmmdit is (Jvjtfric nnrrtm fmm 3 ! v" Th...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 March 1911

" ' rxni rin MEXICAN SITUATION AS -SEEN BY A WOMAN so lur (In (JouThiiienl Has Not Keen siii'reisful In Stijiiirrsslngr Their Operations. SAN' ANTONIO Tex. .March 21 In fcar pf tho revolution In MOxIco bo- jnA spread Americans especially the uuimn and children aro flocking to lit) of Mexico in largo numbers ac. cording o Mrs. .Frank W WaBsenlch pf city of Mexico who Ib Visiting In San Antonio . She Is tho Wife of Frank W. Wassenlch for many years mannger of trio City of Mexico Rec- ord .md now a leading business man of that City. "Every day" said Mrs. Wassenlch "the trouble seems to bo assuming larger tqrm. Tho more timid Ameri- cans have pulled out of Mexico ant aro waiting for pence. In and around City of Mexico there have been minoi troubles such as the riots of Xochl- fiillco where the waterworks plant la lo( -d and that along tho banks of Lnlvf Tcxcoca ' In the barracks at City of .Mexico t . ri are probably 1000 soldiers not m)Ti' In times past there have been many ns from 500...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 March 1911

TAOE SIX '! l'l Wm TRAVELER HAS SAME NAME AS EXPLORER if Tlvcrp Arc Two F. A. ooks; One of Them Is n' Drnnniier of ow York City. h s fey ri H ' Hi ; J mi fStA ? f i 9 1 if I I? ' 19 F A. Cook n travollng man of New York City was a visitor in Abilcbo yestrday leaving for points oast over the Texas & Paolflc at midnight last night. CurioiiBlj. enough Mr. Cook beara tho name and Initials of Dr. Frederick A. Cook the Brooklyn explorer and he has been tho victim Of mixed lden- titles for many a month. "I am BXiro I do not resemble Dr. Cook" he said plaintively "but wherc- 'evcr I go someone Icarus that F. A. Cook Is In town and everybody wants to Bee him and leam how he left the North Pole. It finally got so embar- rassing that I refused to register nt tho hotels and In. this manner was saved much embarrassment." Mr. Cook blnmes himself for much of his notoriety. He says when he used to travel through Virginia and Mary- lyand he strained a point and regis- tered from Brooklyn and on ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 March 1911

TidE sum CHARTER ELECTION A Special Medicine for Kidney All. men Is. Many elderly people havn fnn.i f Foley's Kidney Remedy a quick re- lief ami permanent benefit from Uuu "' and bladder nllmoniB and from an. noylng urinary Irregularity rltio tn I nilvtincins years. Isaac N itoenn. vnr (in (01 MIL IIJJLI) AlJOUlUliEDlmor' ' i"!: "Foley's Kidney Heme. M'aaiuti xjijo iuvjujiu IA t UJ tH-iea rv complete cure In SLLEOFUfiMU J UK CHARTER MATTER. DOCUMENT TO BE PUGLfSHEO my fagd and I want others to know of It." .uciemort-Basg Drug Co jlolli 31miiig Papers of Sunday 3ich. .'If lo Carry Cliartcr in riillj if II is Adopted Election Apr. 1 2iot lie Necessary. (TUESDAY) r The city comiQll met in an adjourn- . i ufiulur session this morning at 1 1 wn o'clock with mayor Kl'ruy pre- siding and tlio following aldermen (I..- nt; Kills Herring Chandler yi uKilford Mlugus and Anderson. ' j'uf now charter granted by tho Log-j- line having been approved by the liuurnor tho matter of ordering an . i ti...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 March 1911

i R t ft ' V; f !) t W 'I if IH 1:1 i? PAGE EIGHT r ' i 7: 'BeaxxVviuV Suits "3Vw& jtesses UocaVw Seasons Klos 3.frariv)e SVes--T&otoraW?ncfcs Our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department is rapidly donning its Spring at- tire and tomorrow will reveal a ' splendid showing of the newest Suits arid Dresses for women interested in the styles for approaching season. IDOCTRINUL SERIES IN OAK STREET CHURCH Series of Sermons Commences Sunday Sunduy School Offering (Joes (o Missions. Thq many models wo are showing in tailored Suits embrace: all the wanted shadeVaTTd'hlaterlals that will bo popular this season and denotes the style changes that will be 'noticeable in the spring Suits; the short coat the straight lines the stylishly narrow skirt. Special attention is called to splen- did workmanship of our suits the neatness of de signing and the rich shades and patterns. Serges in plnln shndesnnd white diagonals basket weaves and fancy mixtures Presses 5 ov Syav$ In tho ready-to-wear departm...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 March 1911

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTE VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS 'TUESDAY MARCH 28 1811. NUMBEX DENI50N cin WILL BEGDME1AW GOVERNOR FILED IT UNSIGNED TODAY; CHIEF EXECUTIVE IS STILL SIGNING. SIG CONCESSION TO CITIES 1 uliu1tt Signs Measure Permitting Cities to Contract With Railroads For Viaducts and to Issue Jlonds for tlio Same. aaBaftBaBttBa&a& a MEASLES IN CAMP. AUSTIN March 27 The JDenlBon city chnrter becomes a law without the Governor's approval ho filing It unsigned today . lie also filed unsign-J d the bill allowing cities and towns to mortgage their light and water plants for not moro than flvo thousand dollars to secure funds with which to orcct plants. Tho Governor will per- mit this bill to .become a law although lu doubts its constitutionality. Following Dills Signed. Tho Governor signed tho following bills today: Brown county road law. Regulating the sale of fertilizer. Prohibiting tho dynamiting seining or trnpping of fish. Allowing the incorporation of eleo trie gas an...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 March 1911

'J 4 twi t 7 The South' s Greatest Newspapers The Semi-Weekly Record y . -v.r wt '' -V 3 FORT WORTH TEXAS i a i . V I ':. ' i .t In I i ytm I t Vr '. I- 2. !'' it-1 : i flh ; ft. n ir . M';i MM M ThgSemi- Weekly Reporter . i )' r .?.. ABILENE TEXAS i Addition to Subscribing for your Home Paper which you Cannot well Afford to 6e Wtiti- .'..''''''' ' . '...'... ouf you If cist Aave a high-class General Newspaper " - ' As a trustworthy family paper The Semi-Weekly Fort Worth Record has no superior It isn't for any limited set of people; it's for every member of every family. If you don't find something of interest in a particular issue-well the editor looks on that is- sue as a failure. In addition to printing all the news of the day in concise form The Record has special features for each member of the family. The remarkable growth of The Record is the .best evidence of its merits. By subscribing through this office you can get The Fort Worth Semi-Weekly Record together with' The Abil...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 March 1911

rim DIXIE FLYER GOES IVere entertained for her recovery. !kh:"X: .Mrs smith was very pamruuy burned her clothing: becoming Ignited whllo burning trash In her yard on Oyprcss street severnl days ago and has been almost at the point ot death since tho accident occurred. ! t f t t f f Y IAE CAN PLACE HIGH nr CLASS REAL ESTATE SECURITIES IN RIVER; 8 DEAD Disaster Overtakes Through Coast Line Passenger; Pour Coaches Plunge Prom Trestle After a month's visit to her parent W. H. and Mrs. Johnson and her sister Mrs Flesher Mrs. C. B. WUboh left Saturday afternoon for home at Doug- lass. Arizona. S. II. Jones living on Cedar and North Seventh streets has bought the Climax confectioner) on North First street. Mr. Jones 1b one of our Very best oltlzehs and the Reporter hopes he will meet with the success ho so richly deserves. Make Us the Exe cutor in Your Will BODIES OF VICTIMS RECOVERED I Best Rainfall In Years. Baggage and Express Cars Two Day Coaches And Pullman Submerged Ten Feet Under Wa...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 March 1911

nit r r i n - 1 Kf rw ls MJt' IH N1 hi COLLEGIATE TRUCK MEET TO BE HELD IN ABILENE OnMMko of Three Takes Imprtaat Athletic Meet FrM BrownwooV Mores It to Abilene From Monday's Dally: Thn nnmtnl Wnnt Texas track meet. i- Tvhioh tPnma frnm simmonn nollnno n ...vu V...M - - - of Abilene Howard Payne of BrOwn- vood Britton school of Cisco tho Col- legiate Instltuto of Stamford John Tarleton of Slephenville and tho training School of San Angelo will par. imports From Other Votnts ilcipate will be hold in Abilene tho RcJ0tJ frQm mmy )oInt8 njIcatp first Friday In May. This decision thnt Um rftlnfnn wn8 general. A pas- te tho result of a conference botween 80ngor on the Texas and Pacific at a committee composed of Profs. Chand t midnight Saturday reported heavy Icr of Tarloton Mullens of Simmons rains from El Paso to Abilene. Tho and Humphreys of Howard Payne. Tndcpendenli Telephono Company ns- Flans are being made to have a spe- Pertained the following report: cll train run from Dublin ca...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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