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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 August 1911

nor hum i iU i SECTION OF LAND AT A SACRIFICE A baulc at Dallas lias given to mo exclusively the described land to soil within the ncxt'tlurty or sij salisly a note they lipid with this as security. It's All Level am 04U acres 01 mm-eiass land lyrio1 locuted eight miles northwest dTBigi new four-room house well ancisterj all improvements m good ceiiditioi and balance or all desirejr can little expense rncc $15 JO per on balance. What Others S The i'armcr owning the landii "Afir lnrwl -if. nn Unlln. .... .1 T ..:AiM iiij 1UUU JO UJ UUHtl UJ1U. A pugf 'i-l every a res; red Inced ancrc .00 acresnn made roYdy onc-hjnf cai lowmir F cjnys ib i .aftd tillable idy loam ; )ss fenced. lultivation r plow at and terms ut It: ini in a taw state and uninmi: nrico asked fiir it." .W' 0. L. Bal a hard critic John Sears our report land we k has sold tl figure." Tom J. section of soil and ra 01 mfm: In anyjand d prmcyand ton tl hnjr watr Jiu nlwii inTVes ft dFcar f $3 M 'i I Iffrfrini'f M i' T-tTt"-r...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 August 1911

7 tAm iieiT TAFT PLANS TO GO TO BEVERLV E. L. Jackson and wifo of North AM- A WANT AD. May Save You Money in More Ways Thai; One. Try n Want Ad. lono loft over the Abllono and South orn this morning for Tom Groon coun- ty via Balllngor In rcBpouso toa Mos- sago Informing them ot tho sorlous illness 'of their daughter who Is vis itlug rolntlvcs near Rawonn. HcnsnUonul pictures DJxlo tonight Bo Buro to rend our special club blng offor. It will savo you money " ' i' i iiaimhi i ii l n i i I ii I in ir i - 1" r - ii-- i 4 Vve TDateT-Tdama&e Sale : 3ta&a aw& SaXY&a$ ttw as &&$ Wis SaU V bfc I wrovoa&a ovW oavaavw-avmtva wwm. mv T&mauuut uuu mtiv. Vie &W&Yfo& vaee wxv x. $o a vces Wva can- S$ come "SomowoxB auA. SaVav&av. Wo havo abok 200 Mon'a and Boy's Hats In Staple and Fancy Shapes in Black and Colors 'which are stained from water. Thcso include the best Stetsons and $3.00 $2.50 and $1.50 Hats. They are not in the least in Jurod except f...

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 — 15 August 1911

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORT V9LUXB XXXI M'NEALUSMADE ASKS THAT PICTURE OK JUDSON JHAfcMON BE REMOVED FROM SENATE CHAMBER REQUEST WAS GRANTED And Picture Bcmotcd; Newspaper. Writer of Tort Worth Ejected from Senate Committee Boom for Defusing to Talk. u. Aflflflciated Pres3 AUSTIN Tex. Aug. 14. A Btlr wasJ oroatod In the Sonato tMs morning whon Senator McNealus of Dallas moved that the Sorgeant-at-Arros be instructed to remove a picture of Gov. Judsen Harmon of Ohio -which been pasted over a blackboard in tho 3enate chamber. Tho inscription at the bottom of the picture set forth the llkenoss of "the man -who -will proba- bly ho the next President of tho nlted States." Senator McNealus declared mat ir the picture wore allowed with its .nrinHnn. tn Tomaiii in wo oeimiu chamber it would virtually place the upper branch of the Texas Legislature on record ub endorsing Governor Har- mon's candidacy which ho arguedi was highly premature. Lieutenant Governor Davidson who waB presiding asked S...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 15 August 1911

''M liHWtffilliHlfWiiiiTiWffPlfHi1TWIMJWmHBWtmiFM'Wl)illW j CflVi w- o U t J ) nil . t t 8 Per Cent Money on i" ' ti mTiiiiwiiiiiiHI i nauiii '' ' r I I U . .. -t 1 ir aw JM :. m M 1 y n fc-K 1 "V ' I -ft ."4: E. Industrial Insurance A Solution of the Damage Stiit Industry Bjr 2) AUSTIN Aug. 12. Senator V A. Collins of Beaumont who during tno regular session of the 32nd legisla- ture introduced a bill providing for the compulsory settlement of person- al Injuries wherein subrogation of liabilities on part of employes and industries was' worked out through a system of insurance today gavo out the following statement relative to a resolution adopted at the 14th annual meeting of the Farmers' Congress at College Station. This resolution de manded that the legislature give at- tention to existing conditions affec- ting personal injury payments by railroads to the end that the onorm- o'ub waste amounting to over a mil- lion dollars a year in Texas in this line of industry could be saved ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 15 August 1911

FAfRTfcnm MMMUbWMM i fn mw n i rfl I MIW'M .1.1 MmtamMMttifi 3C mMmUMMMI Service is Our Aim The elegant building shown by the accompanying cut is typical of the service we want to give our customers. g OUR HOME IS YOUR HOME It matters not how small the account you open with us ! . it will be appreciated. The First State Bank & Trust Co. r P. 'ggfeVv?! 5? "2- --- tmtWgBtHW ' i JSmiHU 111 1 1 i?i Ipi -Jr lilii IWDyEHMwwww flllfPM nniifflj RiinfHiRf! nui dank w awi iffl i im shi iRisim ' HRlBTO'lHffiirilfl ilsiPPS 9 'i0. i JsHUvii Hi-IUsWr Hsbst -' aaa pa 1u--3Tyyacflfff-3ttniriliMilfUTI t4 ABILENE LOSI AFTER IT E " th IVH oartr Jadge Blodsoo Gircs Account of Ceuty Judges' Convention at ; Brownwood. IBM -tfTMt Connty Judge Bledsoe returned Sat- arday morning from Brownwood where bo attended the semi-annual State con- vcauon or the Judges' and commls- BRILIA SIRUGGL abners' Association which met Thurs- ( the price paid being twelve cents a miles northeast from Abllena. Leav- er imd ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 15 August 1911

u .fam AirfT'T1! CT;g tiaiMMMrtuwwMtMrujm&uafili i fi I I vAwvetm SHOULD SUW WHEAT 10 MAKEPASTURAGE Iractlcal Failure of Crop in Corn- rroduclug States Will Make Feed Higher This Winter. FORT WORTH Tex. Aug. 13 Tex- as farmors can savo $5 per acre this fall by planting Wheat -for winter pasturage declared Secretary 0. 1 Glbbs of tho TexaB Grain Dealers' As- sociation Saturday. Tho planting of an acrcago In wheat similar to. that planted In tho fall of 1009 would mean tho saving of thous- ands of dollars to the fnrniers of the wheat belt especially in tho light of the corn crop failure and tho cutting short of tho fall forngo crop through tho Instrumentality of worraB and the drouth. Those combined Influences nro play It lng havoc with tho mllo maize Kaf fir corn and othor forage crops ac- onrtllrifr to nrivIcp.H received liv Mr. II Glbbs. and ho estimates that unless- tho farmers seek relief through win- tor pasturage on wheat that they will bo compelled to pay out all of their ...

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 — 15 August 1911

'' ' GORDON BURIED LONG FUNERAL ALIi MEMPHIS TURNS Ot'T TO UK IK PROCESSION FOLLOWING BOD OF TUB GRAVE. US CHECK MEN B ' - " ''' Km Willi I HIHK """Hmnura GONGRESSMEN Pffll Delegation From Washington Aiiiiu- tcd By SHei)ker Clark; Former Foes March Togotlier; Iluily Jn Gray liiiform. jy Associated Picbs. MEMPHIS TENN. Aug. lii. Tho fu- neral of Gen. George W. Gordon lute Comraandor-ln-Chie of the United Fort Worth Men Will Go to Austin and Ask Gotcrnor to Submit Statute. Prom Kort Worth Record. Ab tho result of tho operation of an alleged organized band or "boguB check artists" in Fort Worth aovoral loading buBlnesB men of tho city will go to Austin whon tho "prohibition election" Is ovor to urgo Governor- Colquitt to make tho passage of stat- utes forbidding this nrnctlcn tiinmiii. ject of a -special message to tho Legislature. Tho committee will probably bo composed or W. 0. Stripling W. O Burton William Monnig nnd F T Crlttonden. According to H. E. Kerr secretary of tho Merchants...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 15 August 1911

.. jrw flWrftfr tfwRhirt!mS!SMm l i hmJtAimlii imm M i n m CENT LOAN i BASIS IS ANNOUNCED !K.akHjBm A Company Preparing (n tr. X.8MH field On That BMktcad Schedule. flfcaff eight porcont basis E. U. Ily- Jw. Company aro proparlng tb recn-.HerCJO- loan f told tn tho six counties. In '.'iUffaU they porato namely Taylor GtamK. Callahan Noma Fisher and Do not Allow your Kktaey and blad der trouble to develop uoyoaa me roach of medicine. Take Foley Kld- noy Pills. They glvo qnlck results and stop irregularities with fiurprlalng promptness. McLomoro-Baaa Drug Co. JI GATES FIRST BUSINESS VENTURE He Nought a Scrub Calf and Fattened Ft nt JUb Father's I5xpcse. "Hast .fall'." Bald Mr. Uynttui "on n;- lammlL of tho unprecedented crop con-r ANm&.tho rato.on loans was advanced 3oh porcont. I had been on pins 'HiBSrosr for fear that tho rate would WDfj lowered to tQe old baBis of eight qpnajat but have received n notice that Jk caput percent basis will be restored ttrfiiU business. This shows...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 15 August 1911

ii1- - r PENSACOLA FLA. ISOLATED TOWN ONK YICTDI Of WICHITA FALLS TRAJQEDT SUCCUMBS TO Hillt WOUNDS MMBi SMITH IN SAlflTiUUtiBf Wto ef Farmer Abilene Minister Has Bee Serfeasly 111 In Baptist Sanitaria afc Dallas Tl DRNADO ALONG COAS I Rev. II m. Smith pnBtor of tho Presbyterian church at Winters pass- ed through Ablloho Saturday morning roturnlng homo from East Texas. Mr. Smith was accompanied by two of his childron Ho wob formorly a roaidont 'of Abilene. .'u. uuiivii 11U hud uuuii UUI1UUUI 111 at tho Baptist sanitarium at DallaB is Improving rapidly and will bo ablo to leave .for hor homo shortly. HAMLIN NEXT YEAR. Frank S. Hursch Fired Tlirco Shots. Into Wife's Body and Sent Pistol BaH Through Own Brain. Occurred Thursday. Log Hollers Association to Hold Next Annual Convention In This City. WIFE IS DEAD; HUSBAND DYING BKLEAGU1MED GULF PORT CAN. NOT COMMUNICATE WITH THE OUTSIDE WOHIiD JEALOUSY CAUSES CR ME By Associated Proas. WICHITA FALLS Aug. 12. Mrs. Frank S. Hursch who was sh...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 15 August 1911

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Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 August 1911

WJOOiii GET VETO SURE A SMttAlt FATE RESERVED FOR AMENDED COTTON BILL. AND - FARMERS FREE I.ISJ- RECAOE ELIMINATED And President Will Then Sign; Bill Admitting Now Mexico and Ari- zona to Statehood Likely to Become a Law. By Associated ProBfl. WASHINGTON Aug. 17. Following x epoaial mooting of tho Cabinet this morning it was stated that President Toft would Bond a veto to tho wool bill to tho House lato this afternoon. It became known today that the President will veto tho cotton bill with the proposed amendment rovlaing the Iron and stool schedules and tho far- mers freo list bill will suffer the samo ?ato when sent to tho "Whito House. Although unable to bco Mr. Taft to- day Chairman Smith of the State and Territories Committee after a talk with Secretary Hilles declared that tho Joint resolution introduced in the Senate Tuesday providing for the ad- mission of Arizona and Now lexjco Into tho Union with the recall clause eliminated from tho Arizona Constitu- tion would be acceptab...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 August 1911

'"'ftPffiyMM ij ucufw t JftUMl lure. i ABILENE Sti-WMV REPORTER BY A&ILBNy PRINTING COMPANY utercd aa necdnd class mall at Abilene Texas October lit 1808 subscription rates Ono Year Six Monties $1.00 . .50 InuDBcnuorB railing 10 roccivo moir papor regularly will confer a U or upon tho management by reporting ismo to the business office. All papers should bo deliv ered by 6:30 each afternoon and If dollvcT? Is not mado y 7:00 o'clock p. m. report same to tho business office. Letters pertaining to buslrioss should bo addressed the Reporter or some particular aepartmont and not to Individuals as in thoir absence their mall will not be oponod. Drafts checks and postofflce and express olr- ders should be made payable to the ABILENE PRING-IN-G COMPANY s. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columno of the Reporter will be gladly cor- rected upon its being brought to the attention of the firm life X...

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

TAME TKMF. THU !i'r."- njj "Wf Service is Our Aim X The elegant building shown oy the accompanying cut f is typical of the service we want to give our customers. r OHNSTON DENIES PAPER IS SUBSIDIZED Editor of Houston Post Denounces the "Peanut Politician" In No Un- certain Terms. By Associated Press. AUSTIN Tex. Aug. 15. The ques- tion of the inquisitorial power of the House investigating committee came up again today when Representative Bagby moved that the committee'a power beK tested. Ho said the princi- pal motive waB compelling witnesses to appear before the commitec. 1L M. Johnston on Stand. Editor R. M. Johnston of the Hous- ton Post denounced the statement made by "peanut politicians" that his paper was subsidized as an absolute untruth and said his paper never re" celved money for any campaign ex- cept for advertising purposes and that no brewer saloon-keeper or anyone in any way connected with the liquor traffic owned stock in his paper though prohibitionists did. Committe...

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 August 1911

TirwIiiwtyaiitoitttWMUuiaaiaaBLutjuxjttJiAJLiLi .imwuiigujiaiwi 0 ' ii' i i ( Ht TA9M VtUB. -n i11-tT .... . Jl ' - ' ! " . '. ' ' T- ;&BSNaJ&Ng9 GBHBBMB! & P COMPANY AGREED wiM TO INGREASE EXPENSE KEEPING BOARDERS Is a Business Natter YOU had better not keep Boarders at all unless you can do it in a "business way' You should MANAGE a board- ing house as carefully as you would manage a store. A reasonable amount of "keep- ing at it" always wins in adver- tising. Not sometimes but always! And the NEED TO ADVERTISE FOR BOARDERS-while an inter- mittent need is as obvious and as real as the need of advertising a Store or any other Business. O 1 a I J. M. Hall left today for Thurber and other points on his regular week's Visit. . EdHor Marries Ba.Kaltor t ' TBo literary goBSlps of tho kindly sort havo had a titbit this wcok In Ihd marrlngo of W. h. CJonrtney and Miss MIbb Janot Janet Hogarth. Mr. Court- noy la editor Of tho Fortnightly Re- view Utorary critic df tho Dally Tol...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 August 1911

w SI MOREHEAD DEAD BODY TO BE SHIPPED Tuberculosis Caused Death Today of l'epular Young Business Man of Abilene. S. T Morohoad aged 24 years died al 9: 45 o'clock this .morning In tho Lome of Mrs. Ida B. Powers In South- west Ablldnc. Tuberculosis caused death. The body was convoyed to tho Laughtor undertaking establishment Whore It will remain ponding shipment Iq Allcntown Ky. whoro tho young man's mothor Is burred. Attending Mr. Morohead In hta last Illness wero Mrs. DeKnobloUgh an old friend from Tonnosso and G. C. Helvoy and wife of this city. Mr. Morehcad lcafbs no surviving rela- tives olthor parents brothors or sis- ters closor than ono cousin. His mo ther Mrs. Mary T. Morohead died In Abilene April 8 of "this year and her body was shipped to Kentucky for bur- ial Mr. Morcnead Had been In Abilene about two years during which tlme and until tnrco montliB preceding his MP CATTLE AT BAIRD Livestock CeMmlBsfoHer Says Kemer Al of Station Will Work Mfc Sating For Ranchmen After Sep...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 August 1911

in 1 111 mi miiiim mmmxm & iX W IK 1..1 m Sii K. w. J 3E5 s-IsbSSSK vory century before A strange son-'poclaljy B. f. Avery & Son's Pluto Doable and Triple Disc Plows Texas Moline Rotary Dutchman Double Disc Plows Are the Plows that will break your-w stubble under. Racine Peter Schutler and Studebaker Wagons Are the highest quality in wagon con- struction. Before ypu buy wagons Plows or Buggies see us and get our -prices and terms. Over Hardware Co. ABILENE Weaver Stand North Second and Pine Streets OVALO 1 Rail - Ldk AS ' JBf at ' The Rrfck Jl rail iff Allai toewursan '' if Irfifr ram. ftW v Jf " T WEf mm Sir " U JT' H l:. 3. r t I ST ovor1plho.ind other sections In certain jartlc; -- t adarkened tho 'light of tt.oW sonio of which I will point out Canada has a territorial area 01 3727065 tfqttaro miles a population po 1 pnn. nnd bo darkened the 'light 'sun that lamps and gas word lighted ! schools and factories closed and multi- tudes of the Ignorant nnd aupeistt (lotus hcl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 August 1911

-i i !' " i i i i i '"iii 1 1 1 i-m i i 1 - .... BURTON-UNGO LUMBER CO. i VA(JK SETKX. WIPED OUT; H. 0. WOOTEN SUSTAINS A TOTAL LOSS and salt for Wooten and tho other two'Catcs btilldng suffered absolutely no With llmo and cement for Burton-Lin go National Packing Company's Loss Also Complete; Four Freight Cars Burned; Two Frame Buildings Included in Loss; Destruction to Property Estimated at $135000; Wooten Insurance $40000; Burton- Lingo Company Covered; Origin Has Not Been Determined. HORSfi EATS BURNING WlltE Tho only Incident approximating on injury occurred when tho fire was hottest and Dave the spirited coal black fire horse on Protection Hobo No. 1 was tho victim. Driver Major Daniel avers that Davo In his excite- ment literally picked up a segment of huming wire in his teeth. Hisaon- guo and Jaws wore frightfully burned. RADFORD AND WOOT12N While tha went wall of tho Wooten building was trembling on tho point of collapse Mr. Woot&n G. W. Hacon and other company official...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 August 1911

wiffeiAwamil'ilJ'WM'JMiJPgi t-j k- mm f ;i A JW8MT- . . -' ------ Save 6ar Ssmi--ivuaV Clsaw-Svawy 1 f . Off ctVjvq "XuwawaVRaTQa.ms Su 3VVV Staves o SttiMMT TMfceTciauto hi in - I ' . ''"'l"' ' """'I' I I' I III I ?iW "Pvipo. ftttvftPVicm crt ti saYe avc CY0Awa ve sove xv taws W wmVi I avemamv summer stocks are tuMVa mvms five eaovTav tmces ov a compete awd vmvwAae cVeaw mU Jrfft Wuxvaveas a cwajpr to n i aiAWvowaV $oota a a t$ti& otitan. C i JjaVb 0)VXtiAb r .1? Wo offer our entire stock of Ladles' WalBts.Jfens and Drotty Taliorea waists ana lingerie rraisi Laces and Embroidery Trimmed $3.50 Longerie and Tailored Wat $3.00 Longorie and Tailored Wal 2.50 JLnngerie and Tailored Wa: $2.00 Lnngerio and Tailored Wi $1.60 Lingerie and Tailored We have about 200 glen's aj In black and colors fvvhich elude the best Stetson's in the least Injured 125 $3 Hats Stable 50 $2 and $2.50 H 25 $1.25 and$K50 Hats S f. ! W Or W nafcant&$ o sri ii'o n rsr ifts Staple! www Ji -&F- -d"T ' "...

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 — 22 August 1911

. ( ABILENE REPORTE SEMlWEEKLY If mine xxxi ADJOURNMENT MAY BE TODAY SFXAKfiR CLABK PBEDICXS BOTH HOUSES WILL COMrLEXK LABOBS TONIGHT; - OeagreM Will Hold Back Adjoiramcnt Fending Arrival of President's Veto On Cotton 0111 Ani Explanatory Message WAilflDiOTON. 'Aug.- 21. Speaks. f tho"Houso Champ Clark In an In- terview with the Associated Press 1oday expressed belief that Congress would adjourn tonight. Whether thin prediction comes true depends upon tte speed with which the cotton bill 1b passed today and the proBldential veto sent in. Indi- wtiona arc that Congress will not nd- joura until the veto and message ac- companying it arrive from the Whit Houbc ' Thd pending adjournment proposl- tion camo in the form of a resolution by Senator Penrose Tuesday which the Senate adopted Saturday and which was immediately rushed to the House but the lower branch held up action pending the disposition of the ootton bill. There wore numerous conferences Saturday between Vlce- ProflMmt Sherman...

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 — 22 August 1911

Tt TW. LYMAN E. KL0TZ HI; IHsBmHHM BIDS BE ADVERTISED U 6 YEAR OLD BOY HURT ENDS LABORS; ADJOURNS jUMPSFKiRtn mmmm court . ..... .i i. I f -af " t.w pww.v . '"IW .fV OR PAVING MONDAY is OVER BUSINESS FRE J . to remind oar patrooa of superior beauty of BELDING'S New Process EMBROIDERY SILK Oaronlyreqnestis that seeded to commence tbopiD ted diagram leesoawill cost Deluded free also list of BatflBaft ! ataaaaaW AM 9m alalllHSBIaalialSBB JM aHftalBilalHB'-IKtfVTIIIIlBLB A V Jl sWMMMj yo6DysbHceIoscBeldmftWU jMI only 2Sclrtfllow-top w0fuxk are wi designs k fP" Work en Texas A Facllfo KeMffratlea Exfoctod te Bo Vmiw Way Early Jfext Xeath. . W. Bogar Comp'y Public TotereU "Barred Toxas Board of Health Bulletin. his hand and face on the towels and Kansas was the first State to abol- communicates the disease to the ish the common drinking cup in ho- other men's eyes. One case of small-1 tola railroad trains and stations and pox has been traced directly to to in tho common schools. It has go...

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