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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 July 1911

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER VOLUME XXXI AHILKNX TEXAS. TUESDAY JUL il 1011. . . 2 mmm ONLY MISSING vcmC STEAMSHIP GO. OFFICERS ' VIGOROUSLY DENY RUMOR OF MANY DEATHS ' CAPTAIN DISOBEYED ORDERS Acted on Own Judgment and Tried to Wind Santa Rosa's Passengers According to Statement of Wireless Oporator. I t)y Associated Press. ' SAM FRANCISCO CAL. July 10. All hut two of the passengers have been accounted for from the wreck of the pacific Steamship Company vessel Santa Rosa according to the Pacific Coinp'y officials today.They Btrenuously that four more passengers hayo not heen heard from 1 "I wish to God I mid followed my own judgment and had paid no atten tion to those fellows in San Francis- co'" This passionate statement was made by Capt. J. Faria of the Santa Rosa when the vesBel began to break up according to Mrs. Eltha Campbell out of tho survivors. Tfircless Operator Denies. Wireless operator Barnark Frankol said "Just before tho vessel swung and cracked In two I received 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 — 11 July 1911

CMRXWO ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER UY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY Entered na second cJnss ffiflll ot Abilene Texas October 14 1908 SUHSCIUPTlON HATES Ono Year ... Blx Months . ?i.6o . .50 Subscribers tailing to receive their liapor regularly wUl confer a U or upon the management by reporting amo to the business office. All papers should bo deliv- ered by 6:30 each afternoon nnd if delivery is not made j 7:00 o'clock p m. report same to tho business office. letters pertaining to business should bo addressed tho Reporter or borne particular department and not to individuals as in their absence their mall will not be opened. Drafts checks and postofflco and express c-lr-dors should be made payable to tho ABILENE PltlNG- ING COMPANY. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may gppear in the columns of tho Reporter will bo gladly cor- rected upon Its being brought to the attention of the iirm TELEPHONES: Business and Circul...

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 — 11 July 1911

ii iiii T "" " " " ""pipwi kAfi T x: bWbMMMMMMrtMMtMl ALEXANDER'S BOND PLACED AT $15000 n ' -' Hearing Before Judge Thomas at An- soti Comes to End; Bond Has 14 . ' Signers All Prominent ' PRIEST'S EFFECIS . TAFT FACES FOUR KNOWN DEATHS IN STEAMER WRECK SUDDENLY SEIZED vitozzi's home ransacked 111 officers during trial of cammomsts. ALLEGED TO HAVE PLAVED INTO HANDS OF GUGGENHEIM IN ALASKAN LAND CASE. Second Officer And Four Sailors Are Drowned in Courageous Effort To Rescue Passengers DISCLOSURES ARE STARTLING BALLINGER ALSO IMPLICATED '""1 I SEROUS Hi TRIAL JULY 24 SPECIAL VENIRE OF 120 NAMES WILL DDE SUMMONED WIFE GOES ON STAND ' Li '. Identities O'Nell Letter as. Copy of Original Sent to nor. STATEMENT TO REPORTER By Dr. J. M. Alexander Dr. J. M. Aloxander made the. following statement to The Ropor- ter Saturday: The progress of this case and the llrm loyalty of 'my good friends have given me cause for slncerest satisfaction and appreciation. I have no doubt but when all the evi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 July 1911

- - - - i i i- r i r 1 1 i ' - - -. - i i ''.... - - - " ' ' ' ' ' ' rxet four Purloined Paragraphs By S. L. N. Substantial Summer Savings "Help one another" the BnowflnheB As they huddled down In their fleecy "Ono of ub hero would not bo felt One of ub hero would quickly melt; But I'll help you and you help me And then what a big whit drift we'll Bee." Do you overwork the hnndu nnd tennis theso sultry days Oct up with your work and stay up bo there will bo no necessity for overwork See thnt tlio teams nrd rested when th6y nro hot and tired. The mnn who successfully grows a now crop hnB much unfavorable criticism to bear and is rcdiculed by mn.i a Hitie more tho "from Missouri" crowd but theso stand a little more Thomases are usually wl- jlng to grow the crop when it lias been . .. m. i..ir determined that It pays. Proper marketing is mgrui ''. There are few if any breeds thai grow faster and reach utility quicker than Rhode Island Hods. In compari- son with two or three other stand...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 July 1911

1 flWWWfimwiwr r ' '"'' ' ' T PAGE FITE VM.UE5V0HT Long Join the Crowds and take advantage of the Clearance Sale prices NOW is the timeto supply your wants for the season. -i I. ii I'jjwy i lLJT7BBfcri "lZJr"" H H H hM H nKeSFifflliHnBi M IBH ""Mr TTTr-3 nflmMr iiyryiffWWliMM ! --B4SS$9B JiH-l ' raw k (for vr i rv rrr rr iw nrnmiTim i vi r "mrr -r tfTi-iM nT- w v HK ll .ViShhbhhPhI f.A lift Sk bWJK9iMMM Tir it i PHBH V orini Jf n ct t.' r Extra Special 10 dozen Slilc gloves 1G but- ton length ih colors only. Val- ues up to $1.50 choice 45c 1 if of (.ood per dz lc Pearl Millions Lad'es bleached ribbed unlOD suits. Choice 10c quality ladies' bleached. Special 5c vests full Broken sizes Warner Bros.and Kabo corsets $2.00 to ?3.50 grade To close Choice $1.50 $3.o0 anl Special $4.00 hair Switches $5 00 and $0.00 quality Switch- es Special &W5 $2.on and $2.50 grade hair puffs. Choice only $1.50 Evt-ry day is bargain day until Summer goods are CLOSED. OUT Ladies wool skirts plain and f...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 July 1911

v-mffwtr- WAtm sra -?? i iiju. M 1.11 ALEXANDER NOICTED T 00 member sweetly July 4 1910 was the happiest day I have oVer known as jyou'wore absolutely mine and 1 was 'your own mid It has been so ainco but no one knows It and 1 would gladly toko you n's you como to mo but I dont boliovc you'd want mo when I toll you now Iitm poor Indeed nud have noMi- 'i In ... .... Hitnli !... wtno ... ..1.1 JIf IU tj'vU JUU BUVU lUAUllco no juu 1 I . . . i i i iwi in I na ' -'I 'I'' "LL ' -. ' JII'B ' """1 """ M000 I INDICTMENT ILEtUltNED AT 10:80 should have and arc entitled to. A. ar m giiand joky of p 'No o hIs tnkc yolir v& JONES COUNTY. no .....if... txlinf lilt 1 .... n .' ...I..1.4- llnlllinil illittlUI WUUl IlilJUJUJlB Ul IlllftllV lltll'ill II I to me no one nan take your place in 1 my heart. 1 don't bolleve there has booh a day that some thought of you has not come to my mind and r have I wondered if you were well cared for and happy without the olio you loved . . . ri bpst Alone with...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 July 1911

'S!MJpp"?mraqr t v rsTI?5W? i-AH SUvtK "ft Newspapers Cheap A Subscription Offer Worth While &rp BSfe fe :.j f?-'. "''. Ui 'V Fort Worth Semi-Weekly Record One Six Page Wall Chart and Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm News Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter Farm and Ranch and Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter Hollands Magazine and Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter for $t.50 for $1:50 for $1.50 for $1. 00 - ":Sft ft .L ;M''A .;- 3tSV- So7i ething 'Great i4 '. .vr .;'1-:' '5"- .f..:.t for $. 00 I J- kf-TV '( - " if t r' 'asssv ..' ';lsy; ..''iTvf' ' ' Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter One Six Page Wall Chart containing Confederate Banner 1910 Censas and a world of use- ful information You know what the Abilene Semi-Weekly- Reporter is. We will be glad to have you take advantage of the above inducements. No Wall Charts will be Mailed. "r& :-Vx:'tfi$:rlt? 7trvyt't sr hsn. ''. f jjfil ?..-" tf?J iH ti-.J w :-W - ;K-;" -V-' . ( -jp ' v ; Abilene Printing Co. Reporter Building Pubs y...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 July 1911

f-rrrrMrf1IG!!'; TAOE JBltfim adives Svadvow o 5oTmsr T?nce v-; ''- 1 I i www 'fji'iftt! ;-. Hi lm . &vv v '; 1 7' ' At '. every - are onerea aany offered m jt- i ' JtMW ITI'TOTO" TYTT'TC Villi1 I tft n$liPllrW BJ I I ' E X M tor backache rheumaticm kidney or bladder trouble ey'c Kidney Pills purify the blcod restore lost-vrtalitv-and JTcLEMOKE-BASS DKUG C03IPAXT-. 7 -W PJERSOJiAIS ttr- - From Monday's Daily. Mrs. T. D Mcllvain. baby and sis- ter Miss Stella Womack of Fairfield FieenBtone county who visited S. S. Harris and family In College Heights left over the Texas & Pacific this morn irig'lor their home. D. W. Wrlston accompanied by Miss Mario Thornton left over the Texas and Pacific this morning for Balrd onrl iho Ini-f nir' will annnrl wnnlr ap tan UUU. VVV HiIiBUMU t V.1. J Lytl I days the guests of Ed Wristen and two weeks with Mrs. W. Fj Rutherrora family. daughter and sister respectively. W. H. Monk who left us in August Dr. A. J. Atkinson of Merkel came 1910 and ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 July 1911

'T'saj ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JULY II loll. NUMHER 82. 500 ESTIMATED DEAD IN t' SLUR UN SOUTH WAD S MEN HAVE NORTH MICHIGAN FIRES SLOWLY BURNING AWAY i Conditions Greatly Improved Today in Flame Visited Regions of Au Sable and Oscoda. HOTLY KEBUKED A WITH WO CANADIAN FOREST FIRES VastiBillows of Flames Continue Wild Chase Through Camps and Woods Around the Porcupine District B- K AREA SPREADING IflCNTY THRIFTY LUMBER TOWNS SntE TO BE DESTROYED. MEN AND ANIMALS FRATERNIZE iHld Ht'asts Seek Iliininn Society; Shelter Sought In Lnkcs. ' By Associated Press: TORONTO Out. July 13. Vast bil- lons of fire miles in length continued toda 'o roll through camps woods and "brush of the Porcupine mining regions north of Porcupine. l)end Estimated at 500 l nv rifled reports swell the death ikt gome estimates reaching a total; 0f fic. hundred dead. The return of relief expeditious must be awaited bo-1 f 1. tails will be-known. Manyper-'DIt HARVEY WILEY ACCUSED...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 July 1911

III.. iT-Tir" L-T m hi rirf -r 'i r i -jJi - r ft i i 'nT'ie fc TWO M t i ' ii i ti I i J ' fl i I I'M nl ra I'M ! .ii Hi 1 ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY stored na Becond class mall at Abilene Texas October 14 1008 SUUSOBITTIOX RATES Ono Year f4 1M Blx Montlis ........... . ...... . .50 Subscribers railing to receive their paper regularly will confer a ff or upon thd management by reporting umo to thb business office. All papers should bo deliv- ered by 6!30 each afternoon and If deliver? is not made y 7:00 o'clock p. in. report name to tho business office. Letters portalnlng to business should bo addressed the Reporter or Bomo particular department and not to Individuals as in their absence their mall will not bo opened. Drafts cbeckB and postofflco and express olr- dors should bo made payable to tho ABILENE PRING- INQ COMPANY. Any erroneous reflection upon tho character standing or reputation of any perBon firm or corporation which may appear In the colu...

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 — 14 July 1911

mW"yr'm yirmmt j PA6E THKftft TEXAS B. Y. P. U. ASSEMBLY OPENED AT STAMFORD OFFICIALS OF FBlSGO NOW IN BROWNWOOD Report to tho Comptroller ofMhc Currency (Condensed) ot tho Condition of the Citizens National Bank OF ABILENE TEXAS At the Close of Business June 7 1911 v Friday Will bo Statewide rrohlhlllon liny Attendance la Umisunllyl large larly Hcndcd by R. i Yoakum; In- spect Railroad With View of Buying. STAMFORD Texas July 12. -Thq crowds are gathering in largo numbers for the WcBt Texas B. Y 1'. V. Assem- bly that Is now in session in this city Tho Assembly opened last night with an address from Dr. Geo. Tniett. Long before the speaker began his addreBBt a largo auditorium of the First Bap- tist church whore the sessions are bp- ing hold was filled to Kb capacity. The management announces that the arrivals on the traiiiB yesterday wore fully three times as many as over ar- rived on the first day of' the Assembly it any formal session. Tho speakers for today were Drs. Geo. W. Tr...

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 — 14 July 1911

- - t- -M?Hn fBWa - MSI FOUR is IJt m f 1 IK m I' ln lvl 1 f! i . i I BED HOI SERMON WEONESDAY I V I m EVANGELIST BASS TELLS THE 1'EOFLE THEY MUST DEAL HONESTLY ' children at bIx years old know much more than you tlilult tlicy do and you nro tooling yourself nttd ruining your children you think tlicy do not know about stealing nnd such things. You talk About you don't like the pronchor and you don't lllto this and that the reason you drop out of ohlirch is be cause you are hard down moan. a woman fcnirio to mo In one or my meet. By JUDGES APPOINTED. Judge Dlcdsoo to Serve Prohibition Election July 22 At The following election judges su- pervisor and clerks havo been ap- pointed bv county Judge T A. Dlddsoe 'in their sevaral yoting precincts to hold the statewide prohibition elec tionor this county's part of it- URGE CHOIR GOOD MUSIC Sciriccs nt St. Pauls Methodist Church Draws Great Audiences nnd Somo Plln Preaching is Hclng Done. Ings and said Mr. Bass I want to make h nrtf.nqinn. ...

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 — 14 July 1911

&VQQFVM9iNliVptn fr-yeiia ttgfyr ? Solves A )ccj Mystery. Wflrrt iinffiii i it. . . . . .-- -"u in uig noiy uomla nf nmt timrw lit ... !- . ujiuiiv tvn miti itiu i t n t.i.i- li '"'" ucr n!Uy irieniB torn -I want to thank you from thb hot- inTls inK tLm tS f mTy frlenU of my heart." wrota-C. B. Rader.of will iatoS?S? Zr vZ nvlsburg W. Vq. "for tho wonderful l i A?il ' 5 ? fcSr Poloa ;"-" una inmiiy of Oklaho. double benefit I got rrdm Electric Bit. tors In curing mo of both a Bcvoro case of stomach trouble nnd of rhoti- liialisii't irom wiuun i aau noon an al ma are vlalUng relatives at this place" . li Reed niifl fnmiio in.. ...L turned from Runnels Co. where they helpless sufferer for ten yoars U n!f SHrL " It $tcd my enso as though .rnado Just any htTLTwhlL n Jn P er "" ljm" For dyspepsia ltioJuXlVT jaundice and to rid tho system of kid- snld "JoJi. ninti7i "?' le Jancy poisons that cause rhoumatlsp had go Kn pfonty lata - W Wd' aml Blectrlc Bitters has no equal Try A lnr J i...

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 — 14 July 1911

'AM MX MANY ARE KILLED LE SE DL FOREIGN PESTS SFJPLE CHOPS LEMONS NEXT A SATISFIED MAN E OFT VIGOROUS ADDRESS DELIVER!!!) BEFORE TEACHERS BY NEW k YORK PEDAGOGUE north Michigan points wiped ACTION ON PENDING BILL NOW WOULD INJURE G. 0. P. IN SEW YORK SECT. OF STATE EARNS FEES AMOUNTING TO $5011) FOR SINGLE DAI'S WORK. OFF MAP FLAMES P1AYINU OVER WIDE AltEA ;) "KING COTTON' FLOURISHING IP GOVERNMENT'S ESTIMATE IS CORRECT. FIGS ORANGES AND PECANS IN DANGER ALSO DECLARES ENTOMOLOGIST S0MMS 1NEU ESMPf ADVOCATES SELF GOVERNMENT ROOT AT HEAD OF COALITION 4 Bit CHUMS IRE HIED WELLING SCORES CIVIC DEPRAVITY con ADS ADDS OGK MD. M'DONALD IS OA III FOREST FIDES REAPPORTIONMENT ME OP S -M U4 M 1 a II tn inmivr nil Wllidl Tlioy IWITO Bllizhlg 1 -n t in4rtiino mi VI mi- 11 n dies Of Burned People Lying About In Street By Associated Press: DETRIOT Mich. July 12 Several families of settlers and the crows of a number of lumber camps arc report- cd missing following a series of dis- astrous forest f...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 July 1911

15'WWyi(;!yiluj"iiirt-i)(jr r . JL'AWJ! SBE Newspapers Cheap .. -x- ft!'-- 'Jt'.'M ". ... A Subscription Offer Worth While i:"5555S55 I.VJf 5S..V. s " WMit H; ni'4 ... if- e Fort Worth Semi-Weekly Record One Six Page Wall Chart and Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm News Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter Farm and Ranch and Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter: Hollands Magazine and Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter for $1.50 for $1.50 for $1.50 for $1.00 "hi.. ' .l k.f.i . ' WW- - a. ri.m '3 :' " '1 1 Something Great r-- -:t '- " -r1 . -Vl.i''i:J . '. X- .- for $1. 00 v-; a 'i'vt'SiJ--n" ': Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter One Six Page Wall Chart containing Confederate Banner 1910 Censas and a world of use f ul information . You know what the Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter is. We will be glad to have you take advantage of the above inducements. No Wall Charts will be Mailed. 'i--ftffa'.- '.'-. .-s; -:"r; ...vf-u-'"--.-;' " '.. 'J-' A bilene Printing Co. Reporter Pubs .- .! jrj t'f -L'K;f:...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 July 1911

I Ul I I U h s I i w i . l1 Vri il .rf II" 7 m 1 y tam iioht. 0(unn6etfs Cleanup SaVe "0c &T6 dcauTV ovxt svcvjfes atvA. cawntaYS o aV SvxmvtvcT qatmewVs aua xnaWvaVs. 5o ao Vs &uyuv& Vrc mouWv o ixj xdb arc maVuxQ gY&ator Wvaxv sxaV puce tefoxcVvcms. s aords Wvo opoxlxvTvv o suwVxj joxy ixnv& weed Va. season- aie qoods. "hLvcz are obutvqs a xnWV Vjb o Yro&aYta vu&eves. SWk SVovw SaVe. Extraordinary saviuqs in LacUes' Long and Short Silk Gloves.- Supplyyour wants while they last at about HALF PRICE. $1.00 LONG SILK GLOVES 55c )ne lot of Long Silk Gloves in a number of desira- ble shades. Our regular $1.00 quality. Clearance price only ; 55c $1.25 LONG SILK GLOVES 78c Heavy Silk Gloves 16-lmtton length all desirable colors; ..best possible $1.25 value. Our special. Clearance price only . 78c 50c SHORT SILK GLOVES 39c Black and "White Silk Gloves ; regular short length a 50c value. Clearance sale price 39c 25c SHORT GLOVES 19c These Gloves in both white and...

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 — 18 July 1911

'"JVp?"" ' rwi ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTE nr f i XXXI i fliiKAnWIIIlHTION FESTIVAL l v ii'ic Wrvrn TV ruiITO P1TV 11-10 fLUUl' ill w v IUNDAY RIGHT RLY FLAYED ANTIS nr . . ........ Subjert 'ytddrcss vns ncugious JLcr. rorWHl?r8U8 Otnuuu lunuiisui. Held IP Women as Dost Of Alt Prohibitionists Judge M. M. Brooks of Dallas ox- candldata for Governor of Texas ex- Chlef .lustico of tho court or Criminal Appeals nnd a recent convert to state wide prohibition bpoko in Aoiiene Sunday from the stage of the Dlxlo Airdome to not leB.) than "twelve hun- dred people. So large was the audi- ence that extra accommodations In tho shape tf chairs were provided and quite two hundred people remained in vehicles on tho outside for the pri- mordial and simple reason that they could not get nearer. It was a great and representative gathering of the flower of Abllene's citifcHishlp. The women tho staun. chest of all k-rohibltionists were there the ministers of the city's chur- ches were there. Young wome...

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 — 18 July 1911

r- ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER BY ABILENE pRiNTlNQ COMPANY DIRECTIONS FOIt KEEPING WELL. stored na second claas mall at Abilene Tomb October 14 1908 ""SUUSClUPTlOJf BATES Ono Year Blx AlonthB 1.00 . .50 o.. 'rnMitiP- tn roccivo their paper regularly will confer a U W upon tlw management by reporting Wmo to tho business office. All papers should bo deliv- ered by G-.30 each afternoon and if dellvO Is not made y 7:00 o'clock p. m. roport aamo to tho businesB office. Tho Committee for the Prevention of TubefculoBls of Dallas has issued tho following open letter of instructions to those Who would avoid the ravages of the dread diB disease. Dust dirt dampness and darkness are the friends of tuberculosis; Biihshino freslwair scan and water are. its (neniies. Improper living bad habits aiid loss of sleep make you a favorable .BUbJect for infection. Do not drink beer or other liquors in tho .belief Hint they have nnw nutritious value they are more or Jnaa harmful to the tissues of the body...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 July 1911

jw- m yyrywfffjpg ilii IS STILL ON STAND ILLINOIS' CHIEF EXECUTIVE IS fllVJJN TIIOIIOUGU GRILLING JiY THE committee HEAD PROOF BEFORE PfllNTEO Ferused liOrlmer Expose Night Before publication In Chicago Tribune Office; Explains Failure to Send In Message By Associated Press: WASHINGTON July 15. Gov. De- neon of Illinois wad again on the stand testifying before the- Congressional committee Investigating tho election of William Lorimor to tho United States Sonato from Illinois. Gov. Deneen said that after tho first publication of tho Lorimor alleg- ed scandal expose ho wrote a tenta- tive message to tho Legislature pro- posing a special session to consider message because the invcstagating(YVH WOW WHOM .Ittoo. TOno thon nt r..r ..' XJIIH L1J.X V ILL VISIT ;;" Head Proof in TrlbuiiQ office Wlmn iiRktid where hn rnnil thn iy. poso Gov. Deneen replied that it was .. nriltnrlnl vnnma nP tVin nhti.nrn Tribune on the night before the Trl- hune nrlnted it. He said he walked out of the Tribun...

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 — 18 July 1911

TAE FOUR . ' ' ' ' i ' ' ' ' .''. .... '. ' ' . . ' ' I Annual AMrF?53fea8B Annual A Sale I i ANMPFMPR SALE! I Vow M FulfJ&04fgn i S wcclpi n RfiiSSfo lis 1 l r i I I BROOKS SPOKE TO 1 IRE THAN 1000 d Continues 15 Days In Every (Continued from page one. Clarence OuBley editor of the Fort Worth Record. "If we are to follow Clarence's sug gestions" he said "we must kill 'all the preachers all the women three fourth of the lawyers and all the men less five jer cent who are affiliated -with church. "When all these are dead J believe r will say Good-bye Texas I'm going to hell.'' Judge Brooks then quoted Clarence Ousleys views on statewide prohibi- tion as they appeared in the Fort Worth Record February 14 1909 un- der his own signature in which Mr. Dusley bitterly flayed the liquor inter- est and said the saloon's days were numbered He then exhibited a cop of "Facts" the anti-statewide organ and analyzed the sixth plank of the antis dec laration of principles as ado- pted at the For...

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