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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 July 1911

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTEI VOLUME XXXI KiLLiNGOF Robert! oneil graphicai i y ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JDL1T28 1911 TOLD BY J. M. ALEXANDER TODAY IN CASE IN WHICH HE IS NOW ON TRIAL FDR HIS LIFE " ' o a . Defendant in Murder Case Before Dis- trict Court of Jones County Lays Bare All His Domestic Troubles From Time Wife Met O'Neil Un- til He Shot Alleged Despoiler of Home to Death in Wash room of Stamford Inn. . SPOKE 30000 WORDS Dr J. M. Alexander accused of theithat I tried to forget my sorrow." murtier 01 u. u. u'weu at atamtoru June 20 was on the witness stand in Ms own bohalf this morning hlB testimony extending over a period of tbree and a half hours. At the noon recess the direct examination was over. He win do cross examined by the state this afternoon and It Is possible that his testimony will not he completed before tomorrow morn- ing at ten o'clock. The testimony is expected to Tie closed Friday evening and the case will probably reach the jury Saturday evening. The entire hi...

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 — 28 July 1911

i' !. r m I U M I 'I hi ; fr-um. ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER SUBSCRIPTION BATES Ono Vcar Six Months (1.00 . .50 Letters pertaining to business should bo addressed tho Reporter or Bomo particular flepartmont and not to Individuals as in their absence their mall will not bo opened. Drafts checks and postofflce and express olr- ders Bhould bo made payable to the ABILENE FRING- ING COMPANY Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columnn of the Reporter will bo gladly cor- rected upon Us being brought to the attention of tho firm only nbcut tho same as thotie in operation here. "It Js only about thlrty-flvo years" saya the Commer- cial "sinco the. South began to manufacture any of her own cotton. Today Bhe manufactures a very eonsidoi able portion of tho crop but from two thirdB to three- quarters of it continues to go to Europe' for manufacture. The average ocean freight on raw cotton from ports of tho...

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

ALEXANDER TRIALBEKANlT ANSON MONDAY; BOTH SIDES IN THE CASE HAVE RESTED Abilene Physician is Accused of Killing R. L. O'Neil at Stamford June 20; Great Number of Witnesses Have Testified and Indications are Case Will Be Given to Jury Saturday Night. ntnitn i4Ml ...lit. 4ft!u tw iltt& r. nl...l VIUO); LUUVII Willi VltIB utU3y tliut Jtll" korton detective has boon at work the paBt week In both Taylor and Jones counties. Facing tho prospect of a long drawn out trial extending possibly through- &.MpragS It is 'the duty of every expectant At ten minutes after five o'clOckia buck hln cont nmi hut wn ntr t Monday afternoon tho first witness jnoticqd them afterwards hanging on for tho state in tho J. M. Alexander caso was called. Ho waB Pink Bub- by. In answer to a question from tho District Attorney Busby swore that ho lived at Stamford Texas and had been manager and clerk for tho Stam- ford Inn for tho past ten years. ''About seven o'clock on the morn- ing of June 20" ho said "I w...

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

rjuwrorj -' .. . . " . i- ' :y ' " . - ''...; . i r . " ' . mggggggttttKKKKfUKHttKKKKKmmimmt' ELECTION RETURNS WILL Report to the Comptroller ol the Currency (Condensed) of tlio Condition of The Citizens National Bank OF ABILENE TEXAS At the Closeof Business June 7 1911 BE 0FF1C ALLYUUUNItU ON THURSDAY AUGUST 31 N if a :.! r k X f4- IFinal Step in Unofficial Count Taken Early Today With Checking Up Of Newspaper Estimates ' 31011 OUTWITTED AN I lb LfcAU bi bfObZAUIcljnin;cd0fl Ycmb can. cd lly Grim Reaper man heturns Fnoar rut eight COUNTJES INCOMPLETE. In Surprising Return. LONQVIEW July 25. Allen Rus- sell the negro who assnluted a Bo hemian woman at Mineolu and Who was brought hero for safe keeping lirfirtv wounded died here at seven ZAPATA GAVE SOUDANTI VOTE XIX TZZt . cola and Wood county arrived here about dark and joined by a number Sontli Texns. Anti Stronghold Sends of people here prepared to storm the Jail and take the prisoner me aiine- eola people scattered over town so q...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 July 1911

"wpy pifffUfHin p i if " ll'IETING IS NOW SIRING TIGS rial fit. NEWSPAPERS - - . "BBWHUHBBBaB CHEAP SUBSCRIPTION OFFER WORTHWHILE Ft. Worth Semi-Weekly Record One Six Page Wall Chart Abi- lene Semi-Weekly Reporter for 50 Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm News and Abilene Semi-Weekly Re- porter for . 50 i t' : Farm and Ranch and Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter for .... 50 00 Hollands Magazine and Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter for ' Something Great Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter One Six Page Wall Chart containing Confederate Banner 1910 Census and a world of use- ful information f or ' . ... oo You know what the Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter is. We will be glad to have you take advantage of the above inducements. No Wall Chart will be Mailed HCTlKBKIWWi ABILENE PRINT-INGCOMPYPUB. strongest Mr BaBs hns drenched In fnct Jt Bliould rightly bo classed nB a great sermon. Ilo said in parti "I have more respect for a man who is out and out for tho dovll thnu for ono of tho wlshor waBhor fellows who 1b part o...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 July 1911

tuntmx C I mi Mlil ii ii y tipgr: raafc.--1 i li m v iu It t j 1 ALEXANDER UMAX. t Continued from pftgo three.) him again? A. Sunday. Q. What t (Objection sustained) Q. What Vlid Q. You did send those clippings though limo ot day when you saw him Sunday t Haskoll Russell Bay to you there at to Itini didn't you before that time? Vnti notfnri nn Hint nMco. O What time the time that you burned the letter (Objection sustained.) Q. What did .kecks and gazed with all tholr oyea as of day was it? A. I told you in the about tell him (Dr Alexander about ho Bay in that lotter about Bud Mrs. tor. A1nxnndfi liccomnnrtieid bv tho nffnfnnnn. a Where wore you when it? A. He didn't say anything about Aloxandor? A said that ho had .Boon lherff and Henry Jamea o Abilene you saw him A. In the automobile telling tho doctor that I remember of him a fow times but thnt ho had lies- t passed up the aisle through banku of we wont driving. Q. Whose antomo- at all. Q. Can you toll what was in itatdd to ask; h...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 July 1911

- ;Fv l AI.X.lXM!lt M1MAL. (Continued from page six.) cnnl were written by tho same band" the witness Bald. "To t)io beBt of my belief they wore not written by Airs. Alexander." Hero the witness wna sbown a small picture In a note book. Ho at onco bo- ratno irritated and swore flrmtv Hm It was not u Plcturo o Mrs. Alexander The Jury did not see tho picture At 10:10 o'clock twenty minutes recess is taken. u'u"'""'u tuners When tho scsbIoh was resumed Mr. Hardwlcke was still on the stand. He rend a number of letters from O'Nell to Haskell HusboII tb which rending tne Btate oujcciou out was overruled Extracts follow: Letter No. 1. Dallas Mav 17. inn -Tell Q to write. I love tho ground she walks on. 1 am going to Minbral Wella noxt week. letter No. 2.-Dallas June 0 Mil: -Next week to Mineral Woll-mayl if you cuinu to see me i cannot en- toitnln you as 1 did. lor I'm shy tho )o Kind word front a would coin. On be worth much tp mo. Enclosed 11ml route card for mmlnir wnif Letter No. 3.-Wa...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 July 1911

ft JLK TI l U 7 T4 r J I! i I f $ 4 4 J Bgyyrrri : ' ' -- v - &--------gssg '- in SwciaV Ckavawcs SaVs XaYw QxiveVv sdVmg vv'vecs woo vvAe &W. ow w Sove. SaVavta s ttw Vas fc tf v& Sak awdi SpwtaX Euces ave vu fave v& TiaWfc o$ 3ivs "WmsV. o maV.6 saWms tooeVa. ' KLzxCs Summer Sutts a CVosvw (M ncss The clothine bearintr the Stein-Block and A. B. Kirschbaum labels gives i you the absolute assKi If style fit and quality. lhe are the lines of cloth.rig we are offering at prices tar below usuai. T EXAS AD MEN ON TO BOSTON LAUGH DELEGATION LEAVES TO ATTEND ANNUAL NATIONAL CONVENTION. $27.50 Suits Clearance price S?2 o2 $25.00 Suits Clearance price 3X1 2 $22.50 Suits. Clearance price $W & $20.00 Suits Cleranco price .....'.. .$14 85 $10.50 Suits Clearance price $11 95 $15.00 Suits Cearance price $10 95 0c uvefli ams 5c A nice assortment of figured Lawns ranging in price up to 10c yard. A good assortment of .stripes dots and C figures. Offered this week n b ii 8 "We ar...

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

i! ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPOR j Lf I YftlAJXEXXXI AlttKME TEXAS TUESDAY AUGUST 1 Ml. h WIND HAIL AND RAIN S TFIKl M M ' i ii I in ! i i ii i j .!. . ..I i il.u A. ) i fr t ) I JTUMM M.' ufy f ( i( t ' - TORM I ' 'if f I 1 JM & 4 -" . t4 " r i 'i u 4 . Worst Visitation on . . .'''; ONE DEATH REPORTED THAT OE VERNON MILNER. KILLED IN FALLING Til. Cunningham Home Blown in Lytle Lake; Victim in Serious Condition; Loss in Resident District Heavy and General. Telephone Reports Indicate Storm Was Local. Crops Over County Not Damaged Ex- cept in Secluded Areas. The worst wind rain arid hall storm Abilene has ever known suddenly descended upon ihis city about six o' lock Monday afternoon 'raged violent- ly lor an hour and a half and did not wholly cease until eight o'clock. To accurately set forth all the damage done the misery occasioned the dreadful scenes onacted and the general influence of the storm on the peo- ple of Abilene would be impossible. 'The Reporter has endeavored to' cove...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 August 1911

I' I AMLENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER BY ABlLENd PRINTING COMPANY itered aB second clnsa mall at Abilene Toxas October 14 1908 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ono Year . 11.00 Six Months GO Subscribe railing to recclvo their papor regularly .will confer a fror upon tlw management by reporting wmo to tho business office. All papers should bo deliv- ered' by 0;30 each afternoon and If dollvC7 la not mado j 7:00 o'clock p. m. report samo to the business offlco Letters pertaining to business should bo addressed tho Roportor or some particular aepartmont and not to Individuals as in their absence their mail will not bo opened. Drafts Checks and postofflco and express dr- iers should bo mado payable to the ABILENE PRING- ING COMPANY. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of the Reporter will be gladly cor- rected upon ita being brought to the attention of tho firm TELEPHONES: Business and Circulation S. W. 6-7; R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 August 1911

taok fimi r v f n i ' S Via f f 'j w w: y j URT'S CHARGE OF DR. piosing Event of ings Followed By Large Crowd; Case Given to Jury Late Friday Night-Judge Thomas Refused to Accept Verdict Until Saturday Morning t V ki a ll.l-l.. nn11 T.Mnn j; i in nui i-jf-iiu u uuv.il jl'uuus .evening the Jury In the case of Dr. J.'m. Alexander accused of tho mur- -dor of R. L. O'Nell at Stamford Juno 20 retired for its deliberation after ' having heard evidence covering a per- id of nearly foUr days. Testimony in tho caso ceased Friday morning at1 half past ten o'clock. Af- ter a ten minutes recess tho arguments iVcre taken up District Atornoy auu- icon' opening for the state. Ho spoko y &n hour and fifteen minutes. J. F. Cunningham opened for tho defense speaking two hours. County Attorney Chambers followed for tho state and S. P. Hardwicke closed for tho defense. The district attorney dosed for the ' state. " The reading of tho charge consumed lJrty-five minutes time. It was a ngtfcy document...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 August 1911

1 jr ai rtox AuimtwmiMaimmmm$mmmwmimwrim "V if. aw. H rt ' END DEFENDA FINISHES ALEXANDER CASE NEARING II TESTlip OWN BEHALF After Long and Exhaustive Grilling in Which He Reveals All His Marital Complications Defendant in Mur- der Case at Anson is Permitted to Leave the Stand. In the trial of Dr. J. M. Alexander lor the alleged killing of It. L O'Nell the defense rested at six o'clock'Thurs day evening after onfa of tho hardest day's work of the trial. Tho defen- dant was on the stand almost the en- tire day. Tho forenoon was occupied by direct testimony and tbe afternoon taken up by the state in cross ex- amination. The afternoon session -was attended by about 400 people a great many ladies being1 present. The Defendant The defondant Dr. J. M. Alexander stood the trying ordeal with much o. tltudo. At no time did he show signs ipf anger or irritation but several times grew dramatic in giving his tes- timony. It was the verdict of all present that lie made one of the clear- est and ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 August 1911

rAairrra - " ' ' --- am iMTmiIi "' fjJyTir mtiaiMii n ii ' - -- -i y 1 EH SB I T I H ac We Want ecounts j&gEIHYIII .rl r .dKr i- v . I J ft i? . ! aps vpfl think your deposit is not appreciiated because it is smaur we want to aisaouse your mina or tnat iaea. we . Tl 1 n ii 11 1 J 1 "ll J wapix tne ousiness oi tne sman depositor ana win appreciate y5ur account Remember that we have a GUARANTY FUNIMBank. fr r fc The First State Bank & Trust Co. E. B. BYNUM FBE& J. 0. SHELTON ACTIYE V. P. J. II. COUCH T. F- OSCAB PARKEIt CASIIIEB. i Jj STOltM DAMAGES (Continued from page one) room suffered the most every window being demolished. Story of Fire in Barn. 1 ai Wiirifmvl nml H O. Wootoni me oaru ol ut. i. o. wonis was Grocery Companies suffered heavy J struck with lightning yesterday after- damages by water a portion of. the noon about seven o'clock and was com Radford roof blowing away. pletely destroyed by fire. Z. T. Peek "Windows were shattered in the new and Mr. Skinner wer...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 August 1911

wv nni "i"''i'i 'H.Ail.l.imi.yr.jiMW..ii.it)).lltjw awin-imMiWX :m . ' m $1 ' h (Contlticl from pt8 thrroj .1 I 4hec letters in Russell's pocket Dc riUi hiu fierce passion nt seeing theso I Betook tho lettortt to Hardwlche ' r almly ami cooly bought a kottlo und nno1 ttm miflnmirrt mimv. . un . i. .ir..).. ini.. n.. these trlns to. Dallns and Fort "Worth?. Those trlpB to Houston ikc state Ho was seeking O'Koil to Mil. him. Theril his wife wroto to! OJNall to not tri to bco her again. Ho ft oomnHod. That Hast letter was sent ami addressed bo) that she did not re- ceive it. "First Ask Q if Bhe Will re ceive it' was tlijs lhstructloiiB to Rus sell from O'Nell. Yes and sho tool took Jt wanted to got it glad to gel it. Tllln' elm tnuHlV In Mint rtti tllii Utntlf'1'9 I -.U k IWM. W v. ... w.. "- "v- "IlardwicKe aid not give mis case jpropor consideration. If ho had hoJHIs buslncsa Increases ills liomo is MtT tinvn nnvmi miinv n lifirirt neho.l happy once more; then it happens. manv a sad ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 August 1911

'PWW'Jin?1 Ajr J.' f f -i nox 6ti Mfc-nt. . i ( Continued from page six) real testimony In this case; they havo able to exclude from you moat of the not presented their clnlniB fof your consideration according to the law and thO'Gvlricitcc. "I will tako up tho testimony of the wllnosscs Just as they gave it telling' lono spoko for two hours Friday nf- yoir later who hroko up that homo. J tornoon and evening In behalf of Dr. First Mrs. Alexander Is at Mineral Wells. Beyond hor own testlmbny wo do not know What happened there. Next the shooting at O'Ncil in tho automobile Who was tho pursuer there O'Noll? Who got him in that automobile 7 Was O'Noll pursuing MrB. Alexander? No. Again who pur- sited him after tho automobile cplsodo? The testimony showed she wired ONoil to come to New Orleans." Hero the county attorney road tho Nacogdoches letter In which O'Noll stated July .J 1910 was tho happiost day ho had over known. "Who was tho pursuer there?" ho asked. "WaB it O'Noll?" Tho county ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 August 1911

whm i umljutwi mm AK BHWT ' I m 1 '-!' I i& Summer SsciaYs Gool selection Wo haVo selected a co Curtin goods. HAIiF PRICE. ODD LOTS 110 Ladles' Silk Gloves V) lany notions mt salo ST1'- j I rnant salrffyour ixOF elections of Big assortment yard; including CooV axvA. DeVvVAV SVvop- vxv aY YVis Store E OF FRAUD IF EVIDENCE BILSj j?Remil -3fiF u . uWi vonas m HP JF& Jrs V JFJP iFS KRE M JWo bmse brougli & AV tOriflB. COlQMMMtl - If S ifSS PROS Wll I MAK Note of Defiance Sounded by Statewide Prohibition Leaders in Conference ' At Fort Worth Saturday DEMAND INVESTIGATION JSK LEGISLATIVE TROBE INTO WHISKEY SLUSH FUND. mrr mm to oppose gouhhit Polndexter and Ball Are Mentioned As Likely Gaboraatorial Timber. 9ty Associated Press: ' FORT WORTH TEX. July 29 That Ute recent statewide prohibition elec- .oii will Jde contested by the stato- wftte organization If sufficient evidence. f fraud can be obtained and that in y event the question will bo turned m1: to the people of Texas as...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 August 1911

- j-i-tLi.Tw-wt-.T ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTS VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TKXAS FRIDAY AUGUST 4 1111. NUMBER WTt I . M WITHOUT PRESIDENT OR ORGANIZED GOVERNMENT; RIVAL PARTIES SEEK POIR Revolutionary Element in Negro Re- public Divided Into Two Factions fc Both in Port Au Prince. RIOTING DURING NIGHT COMMITTEE OF FUBLIG SAFETf FORMED FOB PURPOSE OF PRESERVING PEACE SHQ1EES -TO U. S. VESSEL Beposcd President Finds Refuge Upon Schooner Bradford C. Frencb. Civil War Feared By Associated Press. PORT AU PRINCE HAITI Aug. 3. Haiti is today without a president or orgonizedd government Tho capital of the negro republic is occupied by two rival revolutionary parties headed respectively by CInclnnatUB Locento former Minister of tho Interior and by Antomer Firmln who deserted his post as Haitien minister to Great Britain to join in the 'revolt against President Slmoa. Attempts to Pillage Punished A committee of public safety com- posed equally of Firminiists Locento- ists and Centrals aided by German...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 August 1911

f AGE TWt w We Want Small Accounts ME IM W ! i n fcrf I I I " yy iffiiihmr tiM 4"! Jl t? -!" Perhaps you think your deposit is not appreciated because it is small. We want to disabuse your mind of that idea. We want the business of the small depositor and will appreciate your account. Remember that we have a GUARANTY FOND Bank. : ?r 6 '..- i The First State Bank & Trust Co. E. B. BTNUM PRES J. 0. SHELTOJf ACTIVE V. F. J. II. COUCH T. P- OSCAR PARKER CASHIER. ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER BY ABIfcENhJ PRINTING COMPANY Entered as second class mall 'at Abilene Texas October 14 1908 . SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year " 11-00 BlxMonths 50 Subscribers railing to receive their paper regularly wlll confer a it or upon the management by reporting same to the business office All papers should be deliv- ered by 6:30 each afternoon and If deliver? is not made y 7:00 o'clock p. m. report same to tho business office. Letters pertaining to business should be addressed the Reporter or some particular...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 August 1911

ipf .n PAGE XMKXK m MAY NO MM ON S T ANTI-SALOON LEADERS DISPOSED TO "LAY LOW" AND WATCH LEGISLATURE HOT WEATHER KILLS TICKS. Stockmen UcHcfllcd by Drouth la Early Summer Not Enough Moisture for Cattlo Tests. COLQUIU IS IN LIMELIGHT Tros Inclined to Think Ho Wont Ad The Legislature to l'ass Laws Looking to Stringent Jtcgu- Intion of Saloons By Associated Press. AUSTIN AUg. 2. The BUb.commlt- teo of tho prohibition executive com- mittee left this morning and tho op- inion was expressed in several leg islative circles that the much talked of election contest is about to end. On leaving the committeemen said they would await tho action of tho legislature and Governor Colquitt on saloon regulation and that if tho samo were unfavorable to their side they wouiu return en inubbo iu ubbibi. iu demanding a thorough airing of all phases of the late election. Have Lots of Time " The pro leadens said this morning that having sixty days in which to file protests there was no occasion for hurry a...

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

1 4 i ritx ru hi LIS i PI nl! i' 1 1". 1$ ti. i I. Vi d ii 9? z? ..?. 'II !i IT ' U Ivl I hi if 7 NO STORM AT SWORD NOTHING BU RAIN -Wag Distance Tolophoac Jtcportb Over Wide Area ImUcato J twin fall Was Not General. Thb Reporter ascertained over long distance telephone at one o clock this morning in n conversation with Homer D. Wado of Stamford that tho roported oyclono at that placo early last night yr&a a myth Mr. Wade who was ruth- lessly hauled from his bed; gave out tho following Intorvlow: "Wo have Just had two rains one at nightfall and an other at eleven o'clock. Our day's rainfall Is variously estima ted at from two and a half to four Inches. Very little hall fell hero not enough to do any damage and the wind was no thigh. Crops' hero are Dooming. Como to Texas?' Rainfall Apparently local. Tho following report turned In by tho Southwestern Tolophono Company this morning indicates that last night's rainfall was not gonoral: Splendid rains aro roported from Stamford Anso...

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