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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 February 1912

.' rimmrd .....if . .ii . V UJ?e South EIGHT' OAKS OF WEST BOUND FREIGHT TUMniiE INTO ITttD HOUSE CHEEK HIT BY STRAY JiULtET ON CROWD- . ED DUSIWES8 STItEET OF DAIJAS MONDAY. m"t Tm BiAMJcAj ! CAR OF NAPTHA 5EI FIRE SHOTS FIREO AT GIRL :B tt T. & P. WRECK INNOCENT MAN AT Wia HORSE IS SHOT DOWN M ) "' .-. 1 'W hHi i&Wt&.fm-e'&t 2iuAtaMMMai"nbyj 9XV km J H VK H h i i j Mlracnloiis Eacapo of Train Can Hard- ly bo Explained no One Doing In.' Jasrcd Wiatovor100 Feet .of Dig Bridge Burned Willi 8 Cars. (MtOM WEDNESDAY'S DAILY.) At Wild Horso Creek between Van Horn and Platten In EI Paso county last nlgbt there occurred a wreck of considerable proportions wueu olgbt freight cars went off tbo bridge among them being a car of naptba which sot firo to the bridge and burned about 100 feet of same 'together With tho eight care which tumbled to tho bot- tom' of Wild Horso crook. It was a freight iraln bound West and was pulling twenty oars twelve of "which sot across tho brldo In...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 February 1912

-l M 11 AS MX Ml t .1 "1 m i i ' K o.o.s The combiunli?n of li lful xomttoscd makes it nu c merit of sores mid ulcers Wood is responsible for t Wte only Hope ot n suco cusuuks ine ciTciuauu Ss Bonnnl. rich mi .itiwjfc pitirely of hell ttn& roots herbs ling f the .mnasrfaized as thcarrcatcst acctjjsary to tcmmc every intpu . Srn.it..h &Tir1 .qtrpnetrthdned nntt'ctirichetl it. sores and ulcers heal read 3y and surely because Ufey are no longer fed and kept open by n continual discharge into them of irritating disease-laden matter from the blood. S. S. S. irinffS about a healthy condition of the flesh by supplying It with rich TOtinshing blood and makes a permanent and busting cure. Book on Sores and Ulcers and any medical advice mailed free to all who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA GA. I L SERVICES OF 1 WO. PAYNE TODAY Masonic J8cHiuln.s Followed to the Cemetery By largo Concourse of Friends- of JFamfly Tiio funeral of Wm. D. Payne whoso sad and tragic death waB reporte...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 February 1912

wp (T PA6K SKVKX EOWIN HAWLEY iTOM TATE GETS TAYLOR COUNTY SHOWS A FALL ING OFF OF 150 LN POLLS FROM LAST YEAR 800 MEMBERS OF IHSCONTENTEHJ ftATimRflv nuvnim Aum rnw. RAILROAD PRESIDENT KNOWN- OVER THE WlIOLE COUNTRY FAMOUS MANY CIRCLES TYLER MAN CHARGED WITH THE KILLING OP MRS. GUS MARTIN GETS FULL FBKALTr EVANGELIST HAM DID NOT SPEAK JEWELRY SUITING DESCRll'TWH THAT TAKEN FROM CURTIS RESIDENCE FOUND. HUT CALLED ON THE CHURCH . TO GET RIGHT MIT MANY CRIMES 425 EXEMPTIONS IN CO. THE END CAME TO-DAY J IS MANY PROFESSED FAITH HID IN NOLAN CO. M : . .. . ' 3600 ffiLSllSwT EXEMPTIONS OF EXCITEMENT . .GREAT MEETING HAVE LOCATED If WEDJVENING PART OF BOOTY DIES A HOME DEATH PENp AMERICANS MP N ATTENTION ATTRATED ;ts Increase In City Tolls Over Last Year and Abllono Prccinat Voting Strength of 1577 This Year Nearly Half County i I Tho city and county tnx collector's offices remained open last night un- til midnight to nccommodato tho rush for poll tax; receipts yesterday and a final footin...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 February 1912

.UaWrtrtwr.iMciqbaawjiiMuwiti -j...-. ui.i ii.lyM.illhil-MH rij'Biwi4'; i npj-N -- m . j .. j SATAN LULLS TO DEEP SLEEP " ft .ih THINKS THE HEW STATU If rLACi:roKAYoi'N(J'lx MAKE A Kir" MM '! i:V.lflliIST HAM TLLS OF VOW- KK OF SATAN TO LNTEK STKOXO MAN'S HOUSE. MAN ABILENE MAN' IN NEW MEXICO tmii nil) iwMi"''''M'lt'Mt"1""wt"' i ii T -.-- " ' " ii i - .! i.i ' ' . !"- .J--k------------------------. I sT - '54 r ' If Ai mml ALJJ- 1 &- ?' -M a sS - ' I - - ... . t Mn - ' '' Markot Report Dally by Wirt . From CAMl'BKMi A KOSSOJ. LIvMtock CommiBBlon Companj ' Fort Worth. Texai tinned Offlee In all Principal MarkeU ttstabllahod 1877 ELEPHANT BUTTtUAivi 1 t v ti .c AN OL wm :i T . .. i" i t K M 1 ';' ; t 8' i i. ' -S . "' " te-1'.v I . ' S . ' ' - ff InCddltlon to having included all the correct features for spring" these . rmonts show hto unusual touches of original style distinctive trimmings jFand color schemes as well as the details of workmanship that will stand Jt the closest in...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 February 1912

f i i ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER y 4 ?& xxxi ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY FEBRUARY 1812. $7000 FIRE ! i I SNEED'S PLEA W A 4T 1 ' '. ' ' ' i "H. NUMBER 17 'f E (SITUATION IN ' HI REVIVAL HAS BIG DAY LAFOLLEnE BIN GREAT JRRIiR IN SEARCH OF HIS IN TEXAS INSANITY TO BE N OAK STREE MEXICp GRAVE SERVICES LAST ALMOST ENTIRE DAY FRIDAY GREAT INTER EST MANIFESTED FOOR SERVICES TODAY All Men and Hoys of Abilene Arc In- cited to n Special Men's Meeting at Three O'CIock Tlic Hum meeting at the First Bap- tist church reached a point Friday night where the Evangelist is almost ready to call it a revival Rev. Ham has said several times since tho moot- ing began that ho loved a revival but a protracted meeting was a killing affairi on him. ' The Arc of tho meeting broke out at tho i0:00 o'clock morning service at tho chapel of Simmons College. Those whp wcro present at that ser- vico report one- of tho greatest serv- ices of their experience. There wore more than one hundred professions of faith an...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 February 1912

f ' J ' '. i ' S'L v . fU;'1 ': ' ' .; v.. ' fAflK TWO. SUICIDE OF N. Y." WOMAN CLEARED miEND of knit. SUKDAltf W1IO KILLED SmV CLEAB8 MIS- TKRT-OF 1IBK DEATII. rWAGES OF SIN DEATH" '"Lawi Moral Codca and Religion a1. Bight" Is the Declaration of (he Snlcldo to a FricHd a Few Bars Ago. By Associated Press. ' NEW YORK Fob. 5. Tho mystery of the 8uicido yeatorday of tho former wife of tho millionaire Walter T. Suy- dam and Frederick Noble whom Mrs. Suydam marrlod was cleared hero to- day by the declaration which was mado to a friend by Mrs. Suydam a Tow days ago. Mrs. Suydam Is quoted as saying: "Wo may laugh somotlmes at things lo law moral codes ana religion. ;wben they Bay 'Thou Shall Not' but my friend that phraSo is wgnu imw moral . codes ana religion are ruu f I have learned my lesson. 1 know that tho wages ot sin is .death and in many cases demand' moro than death; they demand a hell on oarth." ( It is .thought here that the young couple entered into a suicide compact soon afte...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 February 1912

inn in iiiiii.wii . LADY 93 YEARS OLD BURIED YESTERDAY Mother ef Mrs. Mat C. Lattbotk Quiet. 1 Passed Away at the Dawn of Day Sattirdar (PROM MONDAY'S DAILY.) Tho oldest porson porhnps-ia.. all West Toxos passed away at. tho. homo of her daughter Mrs. Mat C. Lambeth 746 Poach Btrcet Saturday morning at 6 o'clock. Mrs. Missouri A. UubboII tho do- ceasod was born near Uoonevlllo Jack son county .Missouri inHho year 1810 and waB therefore ninety threo yearB of ago when porforco of old ago. tho breath of life loft her and her gentle spirit foturned to tho God who gave it. Mm. nuBsoll had threo sons dead and two daughters living thoy being Mrs. Lapiboth of this city and Mrs. Bondurant of Callahan county. So oulotly and j)eacefullydlddeaUi. (omo to tho good soul that tho family was unawaro of it though Mrs. Lam- "both had not been out. of tho room many minutes when she succumbed to the raYageB of time. Tho body was still warm and the death palor hadn't settled upon her brow when Mrs. Lamb...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 February 1912

Ak Vun Ki StMl-WEEKLY REPORTER J Jmi. C!K!"!::! J WILL BE CHIEF OF NAVIGATION I BY AHIM&Via PUINTINO COMBANV 5X 1 ' f i . TfHv' a ' I- 1 1? ! ' : u v I i "ikiored na socohd-cbBB malign. Abl " lone Texas October 14 1903. TJiLtiL'UOMiSt Himlnnfirt ntul ClrcutnUdd. Southwes ter 67 Independent C7. Office. Independent 1B1. Editorial J. SUDSOIUL'TION KATES: Seml-Wockly one year . glx Months . . . . . $1.00 ? .GO Any erronoous reflection upon tho character standing or roputatlon of By porson firm or corporation wmcu may appear in the columna of The Hoportor will bo gladly corrected upon Its being brought to tho attention of Che firm. Subscribers falling to roceivo their papora regularly will confer a favor npon tho inanagomont by. reporting amo to tho business ofllco. Lottors pertaining to business should be addressed to Tho Reporter or some particular department and not to In- dividuals ns in their absence their nail will not bo oponcd. Drafts .chocks and posfofflco and express or- de...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 February 1912

f K F1VC If PES. SANUEFER IS CONDUCTOR UNANIHOUSLY ELECTED SUMMER normal CONDUCTOR TO sue CEKI) E. V.x WHITE RE- SIGNED. MOST HAPPY SELECTION Simmons College Summer School and Abllcno Summer Normal Will bo Merged and Tims Strengthen- cd-EIght Weeks Session. (FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY.) The Executive- Committee of tho Abllcno Summer Normal met this morning. In this city nnd unanimous- ly looted Dr. J. D. Sandofer Pres- ident of Simmons College conductor for tho ensuing session vlco B. V. Whito resigned. Tho members of the committee present were Mrs. VaW- tor Prof. R. L. AdcocK. Buffalo Gap; Prof. Sims Trent; Prof. GroBs Tyo; Miss E. LoVo Hawkins Morkol. It was the consensus of opinion among tho teachers of tho city and ' county hero yesterday that it was a most happy solection. "Just the thing" was tho usual answer to quer- ies propounded by tho xoportor to m&ny 'teachers on the streets after tho action of tlie committee was announ- ced yestortlay. President Sandofer was seen by a repo...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 February 1912

iw. six jS k& J -J K- '; -:' Uv- U -' '.: . U - t :. ! '; : V i i '';st! . "V- f 5 ::':": ' !-' ' '..v. i )':'-- :. - : :' i ?: '. '. . . .-U"!'' V i A i . . . - r A w Ifctlonce Is a mighty good plaBtcr th' frtVor'to subject of caricature la Jar a scire conscience. fnat disappearing crowded down tnd H lout by tho bright Intelligent men who Jk moment you cense to make make use of the now knowledge and jrRres8Jthnt moment you. begin to'lmprovejl methods of agriculture. E backward. I " J There arc farmers and farmora. If TO 1 COUNTRY FARMERS BUSY PLOWI 4 A zfttJrcs lteraembor that a kind word spoken Many fall and contlnuo to .fall and no love is worm moro man great continue to ioiiow mo pians wmuu lmVe tirousht failure. Thla surely la I not wlso. Then tliore aro many who The dry farming Idea Is. built oii'BlIceCcd and continue to follow tho Moisture conservation and It Is ' plans which hiivo brought success. Wad. t . I This surely Is wiser- And strange nB ' (grumblers niay think It...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 February 1912

T?y '!"" "-- - iak mnw r. i iniif hi i in a I Him iu mi-Hi YOUR ENEMIES HAKI'8 HAM SPKAKS TO FOI'H LARGE AUDIENCES SUNDAY INTEREST IS Meeting Will Ho Continued Through. out This Week One Hundred Twcnty-FIro Hare Joined Church to Date Sunday wnB a great day for the re- vival at tho Flrst Baptist church. Four services woro hold and all of them proved highly profitable to thosu who attended At tho ten o'clock ser- vice Rev Ham spoko Jto tho children and a nurabor mado public profes- sion. At oloven o'clock tho largo au- ditorium was entirely filled arid two or threo hundred found Boats in the galleries. Nineteen united with tho church at thiB Bervice. At thrco o'clock Rov. Ham spoko to a largo congregation of men and there was s flno interest manifested. Twolve or prayer and many mado public prote&- at this service and several united with tho church. At night tho audi- torium and galleries woro well filled and tho service was directed to tho unsaved part of the audience almost oTiH...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 February 1912

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Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 February 1912

THE ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER v W i& GIVEN BY ED. FARWF.LL IN J. B. SNKKD MURflER TRLVL TODAY IS SORRY CAUCUS REJECTED THE PLAN OF REP. nENRY FOR SPECIAL C03IMITTEE. NAT'L CONGRESS OF MOTHERS TO TRANSFER CONVENTION FROM DALLAS. TWO NEW TRAINS TO BE PUT ON SUNDVY ;FKBHTTARtf 18 NINE- TEEN TWELVE FOR MAGNIFICENT METHODIST CHURCH ON BUTTERNUT AND SOUTH 2ND STREETS SUBJECT OF EVANGELIST HASPS SERMON WEDNESDAY. NIflHT at baptist cmrnoir. - CONStDE Ota. HUNDR1D WMl MITE EXPLI0NS flOJDJfijk! TKI VYK nXATW A . V fmmmm ac auilenr mAfc ?hJaVv hmvxtti ms. ... $tr)t j. ' !... i . L-J. . ; n!. '..'')' ' v ; .'.) ;"" ..'! .-'-. .'.. . ' . -- ;-- . -i " . r- . . .i . . r" i'' k ' ..la'filiii . ' ATTENDANCE INCREASED Tho Two Sneod Children Aro Present In The Court Room Todny. Witness Was At Depot By Associated Press. FORT WORTH Feb. &. Tlio Sneed- Boyco murder trial continues to draw great crowds and aa tho evidence bo- camo more Important tho IntorcstJn ftji IUU UUOU J. tTUIVIl vu .I1UU...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 February 1912

jSTTT f i f'AC "u v " .L i . ........ '--. .... . - ...1 mwhkiy 'im r pnni ronTM IT OF DAUBHTM "Tt! COMPAKT x H..fc- 31 'I iMjlH I I I1 I mm MMm mii'Aw? '-V':PPlis .WW1 ?rf?P: '. DISTRICT COURT ft " "-j '"""': " '' '" ' ' " '' l ' ; "l- DRAWING NEAR! nA Mnt I ot Ynnr ! WPfB f.lPWTI? 'STf WTITVT MMMiaMIMMiMMMWMMMOT ! ' "i" i.. -i"; ' '-" '. ' ' TfclXftttilfcS:' afttfrihrit:1 Mon tAiUri4lAP6 . My 'ifm year . . . ... $1.0& "Aft rrooe4Mi1i:tU W anptfcr ia? tile ColiinB'iT jWiMr&.fclU.fegJadly eor'riq upon W'ValiW .;brotglit to the attention ol ' "W w . .i . ' I ' iiubioritori WIUb to receive their MttthiftfmiHlfirly vlU cbafw a favor 7-V V1 3 V j i i i ii if ijjnm tin. tMusgemont w rojJurua 4 '- pvwmw -Ax ' lUrttera.Dertalnifag to business should jadfaesed ttTtur Reporter; or some irtloiiff iartmarit ana hot U ln- ITif UJin a m tnsir .aDseaco meir IBftfl' H1' t' Jiptv ' tV opened. Drafts hfkawa jmtotflce ana eprwor- r JiW.aei.payabi to THE JBJ?WNTINO C&MpANy. -' 'I.I. tt' '....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 February 1912

i 'S t WOKKINffTiQllRj; OF WOMEN i i i. Several tttferWe !& ttWi Limiting them t ilxty Hour or keee a Wek. DUlitl tW last Mt(M the lUi- lurea pt Walt'M&4'iw laws regalattnfc tke autpMr' of werk I nc tour for women. 1fcJu'h CajbflJut passed & law limiting Oft to 00 tt eek la .mercantile houses aful the textile mille of which there as 'no many In the state. ' ... In Ohio and ;hUcha4tts a 6- hour bill hs been Wekd T btt Qnl Dill applle . to eventt$lxig exeptlag hotoli aad mpjafcu etUehbcipji Utah Md Mlsaourl.ve-.aie 'eMM altie-bour laws. says. Health Cuitufc The tep-b.9V.t- Jaw. whtcb t-liSjaltf ture of miftolf eJactfd la.rlB09 '( larged o av to falUde. pri'ptlckUy eTery kind rf 'ftplbshiiwntntb' wo eeloyed.: -; Wl opsin baa established a Wr hour ?ik eiip.tln' Tiiltnt watt which Is less. Minnesota has a treBjrth- ened Its tea-hour iaw- by rUndjii.Qj penalty for violation' so aa to Includ? manufacturing and mechanical eitao liskmentsi The e.tts oPWeiVngioa and1 California ba...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 February 1912

-fr'-' ytqr";r v p'.i imWf'p-"!'''' " T VJB1Fp' - f'ifI"'W?W!P' ..( '- .. iatJh -jlHiiln -n Jfi JfaafcMlOt.ix-t-i .fr-V' - ;"-(fc3 Krtln HHHiAttt.tfUil.i EyJ.Arf .Ajl mi tr. win MED IN lwr4 0ffe4 Fof Theft Xfefj4N9i fcle fer Jleirtnitfi f DMMst dlr& Property Sited' The theory that tho burning of tho Flrii Mpllst jjhurfih early Suny jariilV ttd io attempt to destroy tit rete(4eiicb. o( Ha panto Ilev 3 franK Norrls at thd sarao tlmo was the work of some irresponsible fana- tic with agrievanco agajprit thd min- iate? was strengthened Mbnday 6r- fcjtlg; h6Q tV. NorrW turned over to Postal atithoHttca three antioyiribuB letter threatening his Ufa and tho de- ftriictloJi of his church and liomo. Qt Cbrijiell cattleman arid direc- tor In' the First Rational Bank dttd chAirjrhtiii 6t tho flnaftco committee of tji jrirst Baptist church also rccolV- UtteY was received Tuesday. Mr. 'Con- Bell rpceiVoii on .Tuesday andtro Friday ' One of tho letters to ilft Con- nell thro'atcnod bid life an...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 February 1912

v U t I JESUS ALONE CAN SAVE YOU ana a conuimgation attends HAM ItEVIVAL AT luk'iS'jp U1IUIKJH MONDAY. HEW WON TO-NIGHT LTpngolIst 1VI1 Sneak Tonight on Tho Unpardonable Sinners Men of Abllmio JJgpcc JallyMnvltcd. (JWOM WEDNESDAY'S DAIIjY.) Tho Revival at" tho First Baptist church was well attended Mondav n ght. Tho congregation flllod tho auditorium and gnllorlcs. Pastor C. 0. Coleman baptized 33 candidates for baptism at tho beginning hi tho sor- vlco. Tho singing as usual was good and tho Evangelist sang asna solo: "What will ydu do With .Tesus!" "Rlr.Ham lias announced for hs sub- ject at 7:30 o'clock tonight: "Who aro tho Unpaidonablo Sinners" and has hiado" a new rulo which xf promises will bo followed that of not having' pcrfionnl work in tho congregation un- til tho aftorniecting In order tuatm.on and womon who do not caro to bs disturbed maycotrto1aiid hear tlio ser- mons Ronjember you arc. promised that no oiio will dlstuib you if you nt tend tlio services N Tho text Monda...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 February 1912

Cp 'iSL'ttW.ii WDM ICMIIiiikiI from' page one:) t -' 'ill ..l.-.. M - paved hlrd. No you cnft't keep on steal. Infer And be saved "Theipxt reason 1 -wish to notice in tho love or indneyv Ch how mtta fUnilft aro going' to hell on account or monoy. Oh the' nud nad storlen'of wrecked ftomen jvnd rulncil lives for thft love ot money. Afen 1 nRk you wfiaj. Jl is going to profit you If yot" galk tho rthole world and lone iyou tSOul? .. .. ' "The Jove of pleasure la sending rnsuy people to heh The devil ha' bl nded so many Jjnat here. He Bays tc you to wait and have a. good time. Ho certain Is death and how uncertain lifr Is. Friends the little seeming plea sure 'Is not worth the price of yo;it soul and you .cannot afford to takeitli. chance. "Fear of man keeps many a hereon from Jesus. You better let tha.t Ult'.t fool laugh ot you. now than for God u mock you and laugh at you . at - the; Judgment. Ho who laughs last laughs heat llemember Christ says If you are ashamed of me before men I w...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 February 1912

Flaky Biscuits Delicious Cake Healihful Food made 4VV(1mWi"M..1"0.j LOCAL and N. .loncB of Hoburt Oklu. is hero prospecting. '" : : I T. Sturges of . Weathcriord is Iuto. Mrs. Sam Savage wept to Dewey tlji morning to visit her father It 11. Cook. '' ' 5 "' Mrs. .loo Erlcsou of Stamford Ih nt tho city registered ut thcTUptfopol- Man hotel. Mrs. Sam Young went to SwpeJ.wa- top "Wednesday afternoon to' visit If thorc for a low days." it -i. F-'rqd NWfi aJJallas traveling h'niii was shaking hanuV with h s many friends here. Martin Copo of Big Springs Ih hero to take a bus ncss course and will llvj on Elm and Scvonth. Austin (iowilcy unpopular traveling man licre has just undergone -an qp- ui'atian for appendicitis .and is report- ed as doing well. J. S. Colo -was in Ablleno Wcdues- diiy from Clyde wiih a wagon loud of canned fruits berries dried peach- es sweet potatoes "etc ii. V. Aldridgo and duughter MRs I 'earl of the Onion' district were in 'Abilene 'Wednesday shopping. There never...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 February 1912

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Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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