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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 April 1911

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER VOLUME XXXI BILENE TEXAS FKIOAV APKIL 7 1011 NUMBKK f. l? v I. K CHILD IS KILLED III W AGGIDENT PARTY lIUItLEl) FROM WAGON WHEN FRIGHTENED TEAM .SUDDENLY HUNB AWAY. MOTHEB SERIOUSLY HURT Sustains Severe Bruises mid Possible CencnsBlon of Drain; Girl Es- . capes With Minor In- juries and Shock. Hurled from Ufa mother's arms to the ground and run over hy a Wagon when tho inulo team of Baxter Mc- Glaln waB suddenly frightened am wont careering without warning the ulno months' old inrant of Mr. and Mrs. McClaln was fatally hurt and died a few minutes after In a terrible nccl? dont which occurred about ton o'clock this morning In a pasturo three mllee north of Simmons College. Mother Seriously Hurt. The entire party in tho wagon was thrown with 'terrific force to. the ground Mrfa. McClaln receiving severe bruises about tho hips and possible concussion of tho brain as tho result of the fall. Her Injuries are further complicated by tho fact that she Is sufferin...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 April 1911

rAOE TAVO K fl t h'i ii H V i i. ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER ft year . Maataa SUBSCRIPTION HATES J .11.00 . .60 Altered aB second clasa mull at' Abilene Tcns Octobor 14; ions. SUNDAY WORK IN l'OSTOFFICES. The Reporter will hall with approval the day when ipstofflcca throughout tho country nro locked ad tight on Sunday ns are doors of bankB dry gooda establish- ments grocery houses und practically overy other money earning institution. But Inasmuch as this Is not likely to bo accomplished immediately it is will- ing to accept a half loaf In Hou of tho whole and gives Its unoqulvocal endorsement to the movo to ar- rango matte'rs so that the clerks in tho local post- office may bo enabled to opcnsionnlly enjoy a holiday on the Sabbath day. In behalf of tho employes of tho jMist office Tho Reporter urges patrons of tho office t6 assure Postmaster Rollins that they are ready to bear their part of tho little Inconvenience Sunday closing will occasion. Tho following' ntilclo Is taken rrom...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 April 1911

I' tt.t THJBft y H PAVEMENT PARAGRAPHS: Picked Up and Put in Print by a Reporter Pencil Pusher Mls3 Pearl Bradley of the Hnmby neighborhood who was thrown from lior buggy Into a barbed wire once mid severely cut 10 or 12 days ngo Is reported getting nlong very well. Sho was brought to the Alexander sanita- rium nnd for a few dayB It was ftfarod blood poison would be the result. S. 11. KlrbV snva lie has 40 acres of from the southeast corner of Taylor! corn and -10 acres of mllo maize up tounly the best for several years. And) ooMnff for Jlldlothlnn Irlcnd. good stand nud growing fast. W. E. never oxaggornteB. D' w WHlard of .Merit Hunt county j ; Is out vlsUMg his daughter MrB. J. G. J. 11. Crazier of Buffalo Gap was In Miss Iola McCamant who underwent Abllono Wednesday shaking hands and an operation In a local sanitarium uinxlng. happy unities with friends. here for appondlcitts returned to her hoiho at Nugent yesterday her stop- J. M.A'ate of Mcrkol serving on the father 1). C. Kn...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 April 1911

A8i term ft. A. 4X vv I BARGAIN SALE s d jr jt - iP i Si HnnHrpHR have visited our store and took advantage of the prices we are majjatfm had to wait for most an hour.to catch a salesman or time. We know we can save you money. What we & for you. We are expecting a big crowd daily. While two or thvfi oiourfsdespeoplejjrfve been sick we ex- X pect to be here in full force tomorrow and will be prepared to yraCit Qn dopromptlj' This is a money saving X event and you will do well to take advantage of it. We own our ow&idojJs so thatfe can save you money. X . w ' Sellers Dry Goods Company IRISH SECTION HAND IS RAPIDLY PASSING Once Plsturcsquc Character Is Being Succeeded ly Slceiiy Hut Slcndy Mexicans. Twenty years ago the Irishman with lila clap plpo was cqmmon sight on tho railroad. Natives of Erin's sod took readily to railroad labor and they made up the section gangs gener- ally In tho western country- But tho old Irishman Is now llvlm? with his Hon who is tho section foreman ...

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

PAGE FIVE. 'i hi r MILITARY TOURNAMENT WILL BE LARGE AFFAIR koll. Ono hundred and twenty-yard hurdle 17 2-5 Beconda: First Stamford; bccoiuI HnBkoll; third Haskell. Shotput 33 feet 11 Inches; First 'Miniature Wars and Maneuver of All nsn; sccond' ae! thlr. Stnm- Haskoll; second Stamford; third lias years hut he's a hard worker and Sorts Wil Feature lilg Meet In Fort Worth Coliseum ford. Twq hundred and twenty-yard hur die 3d 2-5 seconds: First Stamford; Becond Stamford; third Haskell. Broad jump 17 feet 9V6 Inches: FORT WORTH April 5. The mill- First Stamford; second Anson; third tary tournament to ho held In Fort Worth April 13 14 and 15 gives proin- iso of being the biggest Affair of this nature- ever pulled off in tho South. Tho Jobbers and Manufacturers Lea- gue which is financing the event is working hard to mako tho encamp- ment a grand success. Tho move ment of tho National troops to Texas Stamford. Two hundred nrtd twenty-yard dash 25 1-5 Bccomls: First Stamford; second Hask...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 April 1911

rar i STATE SANITARY CODE HAS BECOME EFFECTIVE Statt; . Registrar of Vital Statistics Sends Admonitory Letter to Texas 1'liyslrintiV. . ; .. .v. v. tkitff' sTa JkJv 'T( a". ' ;H;-':- v. !i I Special to The Reporter. AUSTIN. Tex. April 5 More than bno thousand' U'tters were mailed to- day by Urn' State Health Department to city and county health officers county clerks" and city registrars call- lng attentlfmto the fact that the liiw enacting the Sanitary Code for Tex- as became effective .March 23. It seems there has been widespread mis- understanding as. to the date when the law becomes operative. The belief being that the bill failed to. carry the emergency clause ami would therefore becbm.e law ninety days after receiv- ing Governor Colquitt's signature af- fixed .larch 23. Following' Is a portion pf the letter sent out by John E. Ilosser State Reg- istrar of Vital Statistics "You may be aware that on 'March 23 the Sanitary Code for Texas be- came law. On that date Governor Colqui...

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

PAGE SEVE.N LOCAL CITY ELECTION PASSED OFF QUEITLY MS MAYOR OF MERKEL CITY ELECTION RESULTS VICTIM OF TRASH PILE FIRE DIED LAST NIGHT M4XH KSKW i jr. T. F. LOC H 1S ?Wi K (WEDNESDAY) Abllcno's city election passed off nnoVentriiUy no oxcltcincut no riot- ing and .tho usUal light municipal vote. D. lC Isaacs wbb reelected city attor- ney over Eugene Dobogory and T. O. Jackson by a handsome- plurality. Correef7lguroB show tho total vote caBt to have been C5C apportioned by wards as follows J "Ward No. 1 (courthouse) 76; ward No. 2 (city hall) 1C7; ward No. 3 (Cort Donnell's) 200; ward No. 4 (fire station) 114 total 55G. Vtc for City Attorney. B. K. Isaacs candidate for reeelc- tlon as city attorney received 2G1 votes Eugene Dobogory 1GG and T. G. Jackson 125. Isaacs carried every ward lacked thirty votes of polling as many votes as his opponents com- bined. There wore no contests for mayor and aldermen. The correct tabulated vqlo Is as fol- lows:. Eire Court Don'ls City Station House ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 April 1911

. VGK E1GKTT 3m ANGELO STREET H LINE IS SOLD UNDER HAMMER COL. G. W. MERCHANT HOW CENTRAL WEST TEXAS I TALKS ON CROP OUTLOOK CM OJNJV: HARD TIMES TEXAS GREAT DIG STATE; STRANGER FEELS LONELY PROGRAM FOR PRAETORIAN JOB DEPARTMENT GETS MEETING IS ANNOUNCED A DESERVED COQUET 1'rnpcrty Sola For Judgment of $30 420.70 nnd Drought $10000; Intention of liujer Unknown Prospects for Small (Jrnln Many Years Frost Hardly l'robablc. Host is for Sherman Retired Merchant Admires Chicago Atlas Distributor Admits i;.crrlscs- Begin lit 10 n. m. April 18 Ladles of St. I'atiPs Jf. E. Church Spunk of "Ycst Texas People; Slay Settle Near itfrc. That Windy City Is Not Only J nun linnration iy iior u t. i;oic muc mjmtihhiihuiik ahswj Hie- Place In V S. A. man and Address by KIrby. 'Hence This Letter. -"O "- - - - --- t 1 1 ! i For $.10000 the property or tho Snn Angela Street Railway Company was Monday nftcrnoon sold to J. D. Sugg a local capitalist and one of the com- pany's heaviest stockholders. 'I he ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 April 1911

ABILENE SEMI WffiKLY REPORTER . VOLUME XXXI T AUILENE TEXAS TtfcSDAY APRIL 11 1011. NUMBE M. REBELS THREATEN AGUASCALIENTES IMPORTANT CENTRAL POINT ON MEXICAN LINE IN DANGER; REBELS SEIZE MINES INDIANS JOIN FEDERALS 1'or Generous Consideration Nathcs of Durango Will Assist In Clearing State of Insurrectos; Pucbla Said to be In Danger. By Associated Press EL PASO; April 10 The city of Aguascallentes one of the most Im- portant points on tho main lino of the Mexican Central railway and gen- erally referred to as "tho gateway to the hot country" is threatened by a force of nine hundred Insurrectos. Tho rebels nro satd to have raided the pervahla mine in Sonora owned by Americans nnd secured a largo quan- tity of dynamite. REINFORCEMENTS SENT OUT Federals Sorely Pressed at Arizpc; GoTernment Men Form Alliance With Cuencnnie Indians. By "Associated Press. EL PASO April 10 Reinforcements have been sent out from llermoslllo to the assistance of federal troops driven from Arlzpo and a battl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 April 1911

YAM HUKI5 MAKE -DEFINITE PLANS LEGISLATIVE PHOGHAM IN HOtfSE IS OUTLINED 111 UMlEIU WOOD'S COMMITTEE. K'CALL BILL IS FWORED Jfcw Canadian Reciprocity Measure to Bo Duplicate- of Former Measure General Subject to Come Up nt Future Dntc. By Associated Press: "WASHINGTON April 8 Legislative .plans of the democratic majority In tho national house of representatives as mado known today from sources of tho greatest reliability indicate that tho republican senate will speedily be Blven Important measured for nctlon. Definite Outline Made Definite outlines of" the order of leg islative procedure which however are subject to further caucus ratifications by tho democrats have been inttde. Tho Ways and Means committee of the house undor tho chairmanship of Os- car W. Underwood of Alabama has designated tho following calendar of legislation to bo pushed forward by the commltteo at once: Canadian Re- ciprocity Popular Election of United States Senators Publicity before o Won of campaign contribu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 April 1911

iua: thek 118 ENTOMBED IN ALABAMA NINE A Refrigerators and Freezers Ki FM Leonard Cleanable White Mountain fcw 'IjjL; U Subterranean Pas sages Aflame Negro Convicts Smothered By Poisonous Fumes 50 ARE BROUGHT OUT ALIVE All Hope Abandoned for Men Still in Mine and After Damp Holds Back Rescue Workers; Three Corpses Lifted to Surface By Associated Press LITTLETON ALA. April 8. One hundred und eighteen men most of thorn negro convicts are entombed tonight In tho Banner coal mine near hero following a terrific exploslone early today. Tho accident Is the -worst In th history of tho South for twelve years. Only a miracle can save tho Un- fortunate blacks nnd their few white companions say men familiar with tho causes and effects of mine explosions. AFTKIl DAMP HOLDS 1LVCK KESCUERS. But three bodies have been brought to tho surface. These were found not fifty feet from the entrance of the main shaft indicating that the men were fully rtware of their danger and had made a desperate effort t...

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

PAGE F0USTI1X IHE ABILENE OAILY REPORTER BT ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. v- . Matarcd aB eecond class tni.Il m Abilene Tc 'as October 14. 1908. "Hx Monthn (in advance) 1 Tear (in advanco) 2.70 5.O0 batters pertaining to business snotild 5e addressed to tne taper or some particular department and tot to Individ nail as in their absence their mail will not be opened. OrafU.chccks and ristofflce and express orderp should be vast payable to tho ABILENE! PRINTING COMPANY. ftbvcribcrs failing to rfcelve their prmar regularly will enter a favor upon the management by reporting same "So the business office. All papers should bo delivered by :K) each afternoon and ii delivery is not maae by 7:00 Vclock p. m. report same to the business o"ce. am rroneouB reflection upon tho enurncterBtauaiug or station of any person firm or corporation which may appear in tho columns of The Reporter will be gladly cor- sled upon Its being brought to tho attention of the firm TELEPHONES: Mlnca ami Circulation S. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 April 1911

mmfimmi&iiSbmjffi w? AQK FITE. in si. Faultless Fitting Easter Fashions " I III. I I ! IMIMMMMW II .HI Easter Sunday: On that day women don their Spring attire; from the Sober chrysalis of lent they emerge veritable dainty butterflies in shimmering silks and nodding plumes Thfe store is splendidly readv to t)lav the important rr: 'f nvmshiW fash I " BAUV1 Bt: & M f J WElfflT 1 Wmfim iKBi ill JQEBl ionable apparel to those who ha v not supplied their wants for this important oceaft sion. mis weeK every department In our three big salesrooms will be at its very best -as complete as we can make the. You are invited to come in and see our special Easter displays-ledge trims and tfiow windows. You are also urged to supply your wants in ready-to-wear apparel jrVhile stocks are most complete and while choosing is good. There is not a store in ay the west better equipped to supply your every want in stylish wearables at nfxn'naliprices. Handsome New Silks Special Easter Prices i The...

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

AGE SIX J HLS MUH PURSUING FORGE KINETY FEDERALS LED IN TRAP SURROUNDED IX CANYON CUT TO PIECES. Federal llfliiforcciiiruts Sine C'Jiy From CnjtuVoj Mudoro nnd 3000 Men March Anny Townrd C.nsns Grandes By Associated Prpss. ATLIXCO State of Ptlebla Mcx April 8 Trapped nt thc foot of n towering precipice hemmed lit o-i ovcry side by lofty canyons a force or ninety federals were almost annihi- lated six Itilometers distant from this point last night by a rebel band in whose pursuit they had been engaged lor twenty four hours. Reports reach- ing here say nearly every man In the detachment Including the lieutenant In command was killed or wounded. Tho rebel losg Is said to have been small. Whlkcd Into Ambush. A rebel band under command of Antonio Graclns had takcif posses- sion of the village of Puaquechula and burned two or thrco houses. Lieu- tenant Torreblanco with ninety men were ordered to pursue them. To- ward evening the rebels were sighted entering tho canyon. Tho federala eagerl...

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

' tMGK SEYEX MIDLAND ATTORNEY SAYS CONDITIONS ARE IDEAL Texas On Ev0 of Orcut I'roslicrliy Declares A. S. Hum Kins Ex Abilene Citizen. A S Hawkins esq. of Midland cx- Stato Senator and former cltlzon of Abilene 1b amOng the attorneys prac- ticing before tho current term of Uni- ted StateB court. Mr. Hawkins Is in (crested in tho case .Of Tucker versus the Texas & Pacific Railway Company us an attorney for tho plaintiff. Speaking of conditions In Central West and Western Texas and tho out look for crops Mr Hawkins said: "Lhavo never seen tho country In better shape. Thero la not a section from Ablleno to tho Midland country but Is In tho best possible shape. I look for big grain and cotton crops this year and bellevo TexaB as it whole will seo Cor the next few years such prosperity as she has never known." Mr Hawkins Bays tho rainfall has been just right for Western Texas and that ranges are In excellent condition 300 acres in cultivation 125 covered with heavy mosquito timber 2 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 April 1911

PAGE VOI'R S)UwA4 'SVssembVae o Xe lavd ov S&sUy AJOfcav ... r The many models wo aro showing in tailored Suits embraces all the wanted shades and materials that will bo popular this season and denotes the stylo changes that will be noticeable in the spring Suits; the short coat the straight Hues tlic stylish narrow skirt. Special attention is called to splendid wornmnship oH out suits the neatness of- 'qsigning and the rich shades and patterns. Serges in plain shades and white diagonals basket weaves and fancy mixtures. These Suits embody all the late style features of the .essoiju finely tailored. A complete range ot ppnees irom .flU.UU Saes Sjes Vr S&&y Now' Skirts in Voiles Panamas Serges and faucyliixtur cd effects plaited and panel-tucked cored and 1iftoiufrimmed Specials at $3.50 .$5.00 and up to i.a.v 6vwamexvs av& "KovjdWes Combs Barrets Pins Bandos and other hair nclortijpiits are here in great variety all most reasonably priced m NEW BELTS Wo are showing a...

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

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER volume aytxi ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY APHtt 14 Mil Dumber 17 F rem n ui PROPERTY UPRISING BECOMES GENERAL IN CHAMPAGNE DISTRICT AND PEOPLE ARE UNEASY WOMEN TAKE LEADING PART LIo Down In Road nnd Defy Troops to Ride Over Tlicm; Rioters Thow Up Barracks Hnd Hold Soldiers at Day. Dy Associated Press. EPERNAY FRANCE April 13 Re ports of renewed rioting In almost ev. cry village In the Marco Champagne district have been received here. The uprising appears general and a marked feeling of uneasiness prevails over many quarters. Women Dcfr Soldiers. At Vlnay a party of women singing revolutionary tunes lay down In the road and defied the soldiers to ride over them. Many wine dopots have been burned. The rioters threw up hasty barracks and successfully hold back the advancing troops until the big champagne depot hnd been near- ly destroyed. Women slgging revo- lutionary airs led in the work of de- struction Eventually the troops got control but not until nn Immense a...

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

"R VICE ""- INSURE YOUR GROWING GRAIN A 1 I J0r H GAmsiy --i M HI S I . U MOTZ& O AMBTLEM E j0fficp6ver Citizens Na- I ms i at aA jm. ; r 4 OLD LVE "STOCK" COM This company tor years has been writi has ample capital and surplus. A crop destroyed by hail can be thrashed ou to insure-DON'T DELAY! The policies of this company are NOT -assessable. "jt xiorm W mfMJkMm Wt mw H Mm iV mmmZmW HE r V m m M iT W gg viramu .0 if j j I- BSTl THjC ... Mifc ! s1 ! I .1 DCUIIV EJpiOML LIICrVMIiy WngfHail INSURANCE i'surancand has PAID its losses It the Isurance'Company-NOW is the time -- BOTH PHONES SWEEMTER-ORIENT HEARING POSTPONED Arguments In Railroad Romovnl case Advanced by State Sup- remo Court 1 Month. AUSTIN 'April 12. The Supreme Court of the State advanced to hearing on May tenth the case of tho Kansas City Mexico and Orient railway vcr- WB tho city of Sweetwater In which tie right of tho road to move Its gen- eral offices from Sweetwater to San Angelo Is being contested. Tho court of...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 April 1911

a PAVEMENT PARAGRAPHS ii i -- ! Picked Up and Put in Print by a Reporter Pencil Pusher N i.M. Ivoy of 'Haskell inndo bis broth vsr R. L. Ivoy at TuBColn a vllt a few days ago. Mies Nora Powers of southwest Abi- lene made friends at Clyde a visit 'this woek J. M. fChandler living la Collego Sleights Is spondlng most of tho time on his farm theso days. T. M. Brevvster and boijs Iu tho Caps district have 300 acres In pats and 50 acres in wheat all said to bo very fine. After teaching a very Biicccssful aijd to the patrons a satisfactory school at Shep Miss Boulah Smith has returned to her home in Abilene. After n career of 20 yeara or more in the carpenter business In Abilene Davo Winters 1b now farming in the famous Jim Ned valley 25 miles south of Abilene. G. W. Bennett of Tyo was in Abilene Monday and when asked about crop conditions in Ills district he said "1'vo been in this country since '85 and liavo never seen as good prospects here or elsewhere." "I tell you old boss you Just ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 April 1911

TGT. FOnt l mm SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER iUBMJSITTION BATESl .$1.00 . .60 w ?. -ma x'AKAbox ok thrift; Private Lucbbert of the Ninth Ohio Volunteers 1b to give A banquet to ail tho'survlvors of that command In Cincinnati on the fiftieth anniversary of his enlistment. Ho has tho prlco. Slnco tho day Lincoln died he 1ms put ton cents a month Into tho bank for this purpose and though his deposits have totalled but 55 compound I Interest at varying rates has Increased h)s total credit Tfelsga aro- looking somo brighter in Washington. Tho Dejnocratic members aro Bhowlng slgnB of making an I . uDvard of $200 "When Andy Toth wont to Jail effort to redeem their pledges mado to tho peoplo before 1ke election. Texas with her millions of acres of virgin pralrlo and "ker great area of cultivated lands presents tho statistician with a gigantic task when ho attempts to even approxi- mate tho tonnage and valuo of her forngo crops. Physicians at the Samaritan Hospital in Philadelphia claim to havo disco...

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