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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 April 1912

) bitent oi.mi; xxxi. mi.i:m.. ti:xs Tru8V vnni i ii& M'MIIKK 2i. elations Between U. S. and Mexico Believed Critical LINER TITANIC ISABLE! 18 il OKI.OS I.AKfil'.ST STEAMSHIP BOUND FOII A.tlKltl(' ims in'io ukkvt in:iini(." MANY NOTABLES ABOARD Oilier Sleiflncrs ni'c Rushed to Sccnr mill Ul PiHspngcis lire Itc-sriied Uhelncludlng Creu Tllaul" Curried U.OtlO. jty AssnclnlPd Press. I0W YORK. N. V. April IT.. The While Star Liner Titanic tlio largest icnmt-hlp in Hip world while hound mi America ii nnr maiden "dip si i nek mi lecbiirg thiee hundred miles '..uili (if fi'ipp Race lust nielli" ami nti sointi liipp it was believed tluit she h:n sunk. The steamer Virginian wns i illi-d hi1 wireless and went lc the -pnt immediately. Many Notables (in Hoard. Titanic purripil 1170 passengers lnanv of whom are well known over the 1'nltpd States and Europe. Among ihfisp who wore on the. disabled vessel !( Mrs. John .Jacob Astor or New Yu.'k. Alfred C! wynne Vaiidetbill. .Ma- in Butt and ald-...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 April 1912

V-V tetCW2 SP-J" Wi.'-- t- -w af TWfWW -- W V)pfriw - 4 -I . .M. i-.JVfc . U. -. 44.4lb .a. .. J- - -t "t-i--.-.j. -L i(iiiiiiiiiLiii)U4iJWMli'ifflMi'.'lwWWwK'iiii imiinj'i.ww-w (- ' Wn DEFENSE BEGINS ITS TESTI M 0 NY hosi:ttiux inj'nii:8 at mid. AIHT I1A8T MHT THAT IT j miuiib kkst Tin: task. I ;Trlls Almnl Overhearing Ileal IMnle -Unii Talking of Case John Ho. man Member Churrlt Quotes President Ft Worth ltiulk. By Associated Press. KOtlT WORTH Tex. April 12.Tlie defense In the case of ItcV. J. Frank 'Norris who is on trial In this city on a charge of purjury began the Intro- duction of Its testimony this morning; Tho prosecution last night at a mid- night conference decided unexpectedly that it woUld rest its case. Prosecution Will Introduce Tnjlor. Tho prosecution has Introduced Jn the course of its testimony ten wit- nesses and expects to Introduce more on f the rebuttal including among the number -K. K Taylor vh3 is the hus- band of the woman who gave such sensational testimon...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 April 1912

r t jk ''. " 'l'-jiiij!JJ. ' itipilorn If wo dlil wo'woitW Jnvo n -till ni'W church hole. In ion yoarq (i.i moni'yrd iiiofnl)Pfl of eiir chmeh v. lit ns mviiy riild Hinlr wluiifRMu I divided P iiiaoiiu limit- cblldfufi MhI tin- Hnireli will Ki-i very lit If I ni(i' fl grrut mlninlty ontnefl I four it)- ehurrli wlllnoVer do Its dufy.lr Dlil Dr. Nnrrls Hll nu wlml kfn 01 it- building ho llioui'lil lh church cimiild hnvb?" Many ffnu'fi ) lmvo 1 1 mini him mi) iiiui wo ought in lirtvn n lili; flvn rti ptory building down on Main or Houston Blrnet tho wltnesi mild After the pnifionRo whH burned ii you have nny conversation with nt orrlH nliont the tnnttcf?" thin- j in niked. Appeared lit Ilnjoy It. Tin' next day I hsiw Or Xorris in li White's home; ho nppctitPd groat i liliirPKfiod On thp iiq.U day ho . ihk' lo my homo and sat down in a i.i- jn in chair lie tluow up hi? fool ml slapped bin legs with his hwltlH h.l laughed. Ho mild 'Well. Mih. Tay. i vc got Teddy hpnlpn.' I asked hfm how ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 April 1912

mmmSWSmmmmimM'mmm- Jgffgf!!lgrmn9irK-Vi' - - H JMtvPHI i Hw ttMStelt g k lit Ii; I i i I ii i I ( tlieno men ho always likened hlmaott Mto ntU.'htul'I-an'lO.r'Mit NprrJsthon be ltko Paul nil the way through and do not kill anyone That Ib the wny I talked to him."' . Q. in connection With tho yrcat cnlamlly ho said wntf coming ttown or BOinalhlng like tlint- A. Yen sir. Q. Ib.U not u fnct that In that con- jtootion ho dtiUl tlint tho calamity wbb tho lodB of his own life? A. Ho certainly did. NdI only that tlma but mnny times Q. It Is not n fact that he mado this tnlk about this great cnlamlty -rabout those preat calamities that' wore fioltiB to noinc nnd mostly after the speech made at the city hall by Mr Davis? A. "YeB sir the morning before bur church burned. O. In 1L not u fact that ho would como homo nnd .Jell you he could hear It on'tho street from nearly every man ho mot what they wore going to do to him nnd what they wore going to do to the church 7 A. Yes sir ho ran Into my ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 April 1912

A lV tintn n i i- - i . !fc m - WISHERD AND BAKER GUILTY SAID JURY ; 0 Defendants in Noted Gase Were Charged With Violating The United States Banking Laws. GIVEN FIVE YEAR SENTENCE Baker Was Formerly Cashier of the First National Bank of Snyder. Wisherd is a Wealthy Ranchman. Second Trial of Case. Notice of Appeal Given. vjter ii consideration of tho case nice 2;S0 yesterday afternoon tlici ur in the ease tit the United States vs 'ohn A. Wisherd and T. V. linker (barged with violating the United a fa banking lawH returned n vei'- itui this morning at 9:11 declaring iii t iMlunts Wisherd and linker I ul) guilty on counts one and four iil Maker not guilty on count three i the indictment. A motion for a ii w dial was oven died and Judge 'nk sentenced each of the defendants t . jearh in the Leavenworth peniten- tial. Shock to HefeiidiiiiK 'I In- defendants in the case seeming- i peeted in aciiulttul and each showed his disappointment very plaii. h from fnclnl expressions when the w 1'ii...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 April 1912

'jjyrr1 arrarrrsttrt .X.' '. A-i- ;ji1fff.i;'""V:'.'Li i.'.Tn: 7Z9SZ i & o o ct $ w$ '$ ooo K A WANT AD. rrr; o TUXES' i.vnrsTiti u otks o ? ' o $ 0 9 9 .9 0 0 9A'' 9 9. 0 9 0 0 0 Pour Hu'loriilf) of Northern home arekern itlriwd n nrnwnnvllli' hint week and will huj lijmieH Ih Hint noo- llun or tliu Klnlot May Save Von Money In More Way Than Out:. Try n Want Ail l i id ii TuXVS Sodcr Gcunpfie&k "3u.M0vW.ti I r ft mSm ilSISw 5us "MD'iVV be. SptcvaV SaVe "30eek o TMtusVuv MwdeT3oeiaT a C&rvpeYVs Wo ofiVr lliif week onr entire stock of the newest iiritl lust. nhlsiiuJible values in dainty Mtislin rtnU'rweiir. This aviII 1)o sin Opportunity for lmiin.' your suppK l'or the entire season .'is Hie bargains aire mil ones. Reduced prices sire: Rs"o vidiie.s Corset Covers and Dniwers in good usilil sniiitcrisil : specisll 25 (5."e qnnlity G'oyns. Corset Covers sun! Drawers: pretty brimmed garments: sdso plain.. 4J) $1 .'-!." values Princess tulips. Howns lind Chemise sill new u'l...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 April 1912

voi.rjn; xxxi. TWOACQUITTALS INSHACKELFORD mviii:w .vif iinr.it cask riioji i:stland coi'ntv is jiyi: TO Till: JI'llY Ilml) Wns IMniiiIsmoI Weilnemlii)-'- Count) Officers Keep Misdc- ciimnors f li'iuied" up Calhoun to lei us Special .ludgc. Special to The Repoiler ALBANY April 17.I)jHtriet point convened Tor tho iegulnr April 1012. tcini heie Mondny morning of this week wltli Hon. T. L. Rlanton pic- siding. After empanelling the giand Jniy for llle torni and tho petit jury lor the week the (use of the State of 'leiis against L. P. Meggtnson was railed for trial and both parties an- nounced leady. At a later horn in the d.U MoRginHon wns acquitted. He was diarged by indictment with forging the name of his father and brother to jt note lor $no.0(l und parsed the note on the State Hank of Woodson Texas and the ease was tried twice in 'Ibrnekmorton county insulting in hung juries both times. Judge Will tor 1. Moiris represented the state while It r. Humphrey of ThrocUmmton n" luesenteil...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 April 1912

- tu)W IIIBI '!IW i JIMJ "Hi I ' ll'lf i mnyn m i iHi'imuW'i pmujumM !bAIliViPOjtyBk.THUapAY..tAliJllL:)8. Mm f mi Iffr ii 1 i iiinimi mil ABILLJ 1 fc)ll! ! .lj ! Mill I'falllWrf IlliJlltll I. I III ! l I Iili IWUM IMlmii 1 i iii i I I i . . . ii'iiiii.KiiliUi iim.ii.iit.M)in ii ii iiiimmi i 4Mhmmmim JAiLmIiH fcli xo. lJu. i f.i e tmin '1' 1 a. J v M ' - j- m1 i .' 1 rA . ( '' l -K ii i ; . ti hi ' h IV) h M ( f a m i 4 t . I. .'! u - t l !r I'l . v4 It & Til 111 I 'J 4 I 1 ' IH 'Pi i U 31 I h it ii i. ii Fifl f ? 'V! t ?. s i r i &ML Ktr H r . s h D s tfetnt-WeeMy ono yc.u jMx Moathli ..................$ .50 Y ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY Entered as sccond-daBS mall at Abl- leno Texas October 14 1903 Abt cetouooub reflection upon tho fiaraotor standing or roputntion of Atay poraon firm or corporntipn which jay appear in. tho columns of. Tho Reporter will bp gladly correctou upon ta being brought to tho attention of Ike firm. TELEPHONES: BualnoSB and Circulation Southwcs- ler. C...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 April 1912

w!'9mm ' t?" T 0' I M TITANTIC 01 MR Continued from First Page 1 "TliifcKiiuMi I w ill Xs-flu'llltt'll t'j'CSM. I. YORK Y April 1(1. Thi lopnvh tlml Were spft-inl live!" iir iMvilicH world yi'stcnln.v -iliat lhe innitntiM' While Nihr rn.niif li.'id mil sunk rthti tlurf Mmr Iwul been no loss or lilV' rr.'iil ict'ltoi'f? wit's struck two hundred und liriyiiiiihto .south I i KfnV Now I'mfudlnud were fulnlly erroneous A i!:'JO Mondny inot'uinjr-Urn Tifnniu: the liiryest sli-iuniM- tlml Ims K. hi Imill. .just Ihri'i'Jioui's nnd fifty luintljos nflei liiltiiiK w wfiil In1 1 lu liolloin oF the dm') I'lin'.viiitf villi il ils horrible t h now Miovfd one tliouM.'md and four hundred himous PRACTICALLY ALL HOPE GONE l hopes that wort' lornicrly ciitcrtniiiod that any of tin pns s who wore Sail'iiif' on the Titanic exi'ept those who arc now i ( ju'patliht arc alivo have len aliandotied when shortly In- i it o'clock this inorninr the .steamers known to have been in n of persons who Were possibly...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 April 1912

mmmimm A iKn ill V I I ' ' I ' I V w !! h u f i t ! J ;n . f s Purloined Paragraph By S. L. N. rUKLOINED rAttAOllAPUS. Tnllt nboit yottl4 fnncy eatm Hi tltbirt city reat'rniilB lino TniW ribotit a Htllo mootln' With n friend nnil how you ditto At iho Waldorf or Astory ltJf ROtno other big hotel . Whoro yoti spend your coin for' glory Ahtl the wimo o'bcln' swolll Tiilk nhditt 11 er yoti want to Talkln's cheap 'tw'ont do no hnnn But to my mind there's no catln Llko yo git otit on the farm! Alt' ihoro nln't nttidh better comp'ny Than the folks n Ilvln' near) When thby drap In for a dinner Thnt nln't cost so Very dcrtrf Maybe wo nln't go't the llxln's lir n cook from furrcn parts But We've got good food nitd plenty Cooked the wny that warms out' licartn An' our nppytltcs arc hlggor Than the wholo Astory bill An' we're glnd when soma one passes Up the plate for us to fill. An' when we're all through a'eatin' Thero'o no tiresome colored dude Wnltln' fer a little handout Fer a-passln. us o...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 April 1912

! 1 w -.S. 4 ml ii 1. 1 il I ii n I li miIW ELDER GUILTY SAYS JURY MllIV. iA rilAUUKI) MITll Sl.AN- iii:ii jv vnvxrx nri.r is CUM'HTill) HY .It'KV. S300 AND 30DAYS NIL aUnVEYlNQ TO ABILfcNfc t Chief Engineer and Party 3tart On survey From Moran Qas reld to Abilene linnj rimw f thillly urn Maili in tho Hi-aud .liirj Indlctinonls mi Cru-p Hliotiiinir anil Other Minor OCr-lltiC. MIm" a hard right and sin nil dn f.iV.in i.nuntv court yesterday .). K. f(iJiJVW uom luted bit a Brand Jury aJrt4ifi;liirKlnh' slander the . uy ..4&fi'flliit.i alioiit G o'cIorU BlrtK dcleud County surveyor W. A Illncy uaya tho cohipany ttnvlng In hnnd the run- ning or n pipe lino froih tho nuUirnl gas field nt Mornn to tltlu city poems In irtimti 1itiuln.R. im Mr. T. It. lint for chief etiglneor telephoned him to get iiw g irinp of tho T. & p. lallway from Hulrd hero und moot him 'nt Ualtil about Wednesday nt which time ho expected IiIh surveying pnrty would rpncli that place. Mr. Hotter 'also announce...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 April 1912

JliUSUa.WH.5.M'VW.." J ; jam iwm-a Vi'i$it''ibz ii J i i 1 1 1 i ii i ii i I m m i..i.. -I-. 4--!.. . . J L - NORRIS TRfAL Conttenwl from pngo one.) y I J. f I. - " - - - m T t - M -- -i - - -.-... ... .- .M.t.l..l..i.ifa.i- . . ... m mmmmmmmmmmrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm w mi ' i '- i ! iinni im ! mii wniinwawiM.il i i i M' COR MICK ! u-n k 4 t J 1 vj ! i -A ir. ' t I'd ' . in Ii- ' ' II'1 4 It r r' ' II-. " Hv I U i i W It I. I? ' tMi 5 i I- ? I-? K J ji A 5 I i : i 'A i. i 4 I" 4 V f. .!' II !. I -.11 4 i - - f) ?. Spchccr 'on Stand Tuesday HpftieiM IcRlWpd (tint m iral yt'dru n'cirttioPB of tlm .-ohAivi (' imVfl dlneilBHcd tlio nordn- oi largei Ontii'tvrs. and that lid attributed Dr ClinrlCA Unlifcts resignation to ilu fact that tin4 congtegntlon was not art t'titlmfclnsfll' ns It should Iiac been in regard to plana ot enlargement. Since Dr. NoitIb 'became pastor plans for n larger building liud Iippii considered Tlio general Idea of Members to whom Irn had talked the witness said...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 April 1912

"iionllnucd from iMUwcek.) TheProJigal tCoMiUkt. Wit Tbe Bobba-MerrM Comsuf) 8YN0P8I8. ICHAPTEn I.-j Tho ficoho at tho opening if llie Siory m miu in uis nurury or. nn Id worn out southern plantation known B 1110 lHroiiv iiiu riino in 10 09 POIU i 110 lilotory and that of tho ownnm. fo CJuIntnrds Ib tho subject of tlineu- Boil U .itiniiiiiwi iTOsiuuy 11 nusiUPSS tor n fclrariEar known ni Dlnrinn. nml loli YnnT. n. farmer when Hannibal p)tlo tinzara a .mysterious cmia ot Die oiu puuiiiciik Auniiij'. unities itm ap- Imraix'Oi mncjr ivua now no nuoptca tiny rlfM'TrU XI Nathaniel Ferris hnvn h.n Hnriny. but tho Qulntarils donv nnv Inowli'dKe ot tho boy. Yancy to koep Hunnibpl Captain Murrell. a friend of lm Qufntnrds. appears and naka nuns. lonl about tho Barony. CHAPTER III. Troublo nt Scratch Hill rnc)' home when Hannibal Is kld- laped by Pnvo Blount. Captain Murroll'a ireV Ynrfry overtakes Blount gives ilm a thrnshlns: and secures tho bQy. rHVPTHR IV Taney la aervad with . Warrant fo...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 April 1912

mmiimmni.mm.nuAMfmmmvi ) ViwiWnMWWWliilftlW ?jrfViWHV ..J-HrfaMJW.iM ' & I y. -I ?s 6 l?l IV- . If I r .(. ' I; 0 U i ; in: !. fc. I; i i t I- 1 Itf. i -I 1 h ' h h'i Ft ; .vi v WUtfl HWK1 JjpM III n " '" - JPMlMlikkiAMNfeNkrtlibmAhvIti wfe44tt iAJkAAUMtNiata4l 1 .- CbwifirfMs 3 " 1 5vvees S2.50 1 iwmigMr f' r lit lfeii rim - ' KAWi ilLB& wbi b 4 rcLUW sYiK&m W . i - ..." -" vkv .8iiA H j jfevv.v$? -ste&& v mj'y . j t -k.i armr-c -. SpevaV "Evvces wsWxv "WAvtavvjofcaiY Wo offer this week our entire Stock of the newest and host ob- tainable values in dainty Muslin Underwear. This will be an oppor- tunity for buying your supply for the entiie season as the bargains aro real ones. Reduced prices are: .r.c values Corset Covers and Drawers in good quality material; Special 25c Cfic quality Gowns Corset Covers and Draweis; prdty trimmed gar- ments; also plain '.... v.... 49c' $1.25 values Princess Slips Gowns and Chemise; all new gar- ments . 95c $lfiO quality consisti...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 April 1912

eljc SUrilett Ucpod 1 1 ii - . iP voir.ui: xxxr. ahii.ene ten is tcendw inni. a. 11)12. "V NIDflBIl H. PREACHES ON SEA DISASTER int. cole.uan iin:firi;s v most IVTL'KESTINF SEiniON I'PO.Y HKEAT TITANIC DISASTER If lie crlci tln spirit iHt LuUr mid Spiihii- alliy ai KxjiciiHf of I. lit' Hold Spirit mil ami PhyMcull) - Uruphle Pictures. To mi .indleiico thoroughly filled tl. First Baptist church uiidilorluui and partially filling the galleries ;it Hie I ) o'clock servl&o yesterday morning It C. C. Coleman phstor or Unit con- negation preached u most excellent fi-moti from tho text p he foftiui (n l.uKe l.'i:2-.'S which reads as follows And Jesus answering fald unto them suppose ye that these Gallilearis weie Miiners above- all the Galllleans be- muse they suffered such things- I tell you nay; but except ye repent ye hall all likewise perish." In pan the sermon was as fol- lows: "The whole civilized world stands hot rifled withthe ten idle sea trage-. d of the past week. Accounts o...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 April 1912

HtWMWfci.aAMW!- 1 1 0k 4BVp A Wr WMP9MMMPMI -r -4toMtMl.itwM it mi i ' jm uMiiiiih i niton ""'in iMinwf1 ill . Tl - y t 'i j -" ! " mwmmmw wwowy i if V s i Jf ( 15 JS PEOPLE IT DEATH WHEN SEA GIANT 5H RESCUE BOAT ARRIVES. Horribleness of History's TJnequaled Catastrophe is only Increased by the 'Stories from the Lips of Survivors. Kilt: ffiM MET HIS FATE MET Smoked Cigarette as ho Stood on Deck of Sinking Ve3sel and Bade his Wife Affectionate Farewell. Women all Saved: . "Be British My Men" Was the order of Captain Smith . OFFICIAL DEATH LIST 1595 The official death list qf the Titanic is given today at 1595 in- cluding among that number the six deaths among the survivors on bofard the Carpathia. All the missing notable men are known to bit dead. The noted writer Jacques Futrelle who was previously repor- ted to have been saved is dead. Little is known of how the notable men met their deaths. They simply put themselves at the mercy of the waters in order that the women might be save...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 April 1912

' "j-t"1"'" V" 4 V 4P(I WFH'W tiJ";':;'"2t MHHi umaai n ... t $100000.00 TO LOAN thHfhoonf-rtm"rtiUrauphf Mm lVj 'In ni'U and jerHod Ulin bncliwurd I ' On good agricultural land or first lien notes. THE Citizens Nati is continually interests of its FRIENDS and make .some goo 8Pf 1 wit ceil h an o thin tw year anal Bank loofeMQ' ourfor te fhrAngm to yfans)n J&nd at IrlsfM 5 Years n & rvt on oi S d7 aymg same We syd prepared to give prompt servictfm approval or good title. r Your friends The Citizens National Bank GEO. L. PAXT0N President. JOE F. GARRISON Cashier. Ulti' it pillow Ills licmtl i Melted against j mil mill ho was stttlin(t. t ' ' . V 'flurry' Bald MftioihftiiHf 'Women vi1l In nltonil.jj lo flj-f roKjMr 3jty ili-iv dnmnntl limitt in niirnftiH'. The boats wete Imviupil uwny ntu? M' Jii!. tilut 1 Ktoqilyiy hiv hllf iimni'iie hijiu io nil" i iipim qoij ioij Ar pliu Hutt Perhaps .Mitjol Hint hertijl It ftn ha lurnril his fiieo to h foiu fi'ff)iul. duit nt timt tlmo ii ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 April 1912

wwti.wiuiui)jiiiiWMiwitwiimjmuAii.4iiii.iitfii l l'"1 - J MCCORMICK ! 1 H A iin l"j flfti . v rtlM.MtTwwVJiaa!t.WltW'illUJM.ilLl.Ji.iiiliiiiUtliii JSpB;;fit rui ' ' ' ' '. .;"fi ' t : : ' ' -.;- '- mmmmmmmmmm I . i' ffl KVl . BKn BMH a MH IpiKX tylUTP. A Ill'SY 0'K AM M'MHDlt OK CASKS KI?TiUIV DISPOSED OF. .Mu- Cases Set for tuc xt ami Sec. ond Week of Court Which Jt Is Expected to Flnhli up mill mukoivny for Clearing Docket CUES FDR THIS WEEK ' . ' M:Cormick cuts and saves all kinds of Grain Corn Maize or Cane County court 1ms been unite liitsy thla vvqok and has since 4Mondny dis- posed of ninny cases both of a civil nnd criminal mature. For convictions the county attorney 1ms broken the record the past week for not losing a case. . Tuo following case shave been dis- posed of since last report: 'Goo.Itldenhour vs.Pccos & Northern U'Y condemnation dismissed at tho Copt of plaintiff. A. T Hunntcut vs. Eugene Wood Co. et ul. judgment for plaintiff. Alexander Sanitarium vs. W. A. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 April 1912

lil ABILENE DAILY REPORTER r i I j -" ' Bread is the Staff of Life' When made of Gilt Edge Flour. can taster pfcripr-tfual- Sflt Edge m every loaf read eyery cake or ce of pastry.. lanaerer. wants vou to a!. Call for GILT EDGE: orts on it recently. D BE CONVINCED anufactured by ? j 1 MM "MM" ' Fk orar mining uo i I irrt;"'?-; w I I iHl 1 ' i7"iL'" H V ft$Lr the su Vm' l far ofl wg57B rr H-"- fma U T711 " I ABILEnfy ' Of K mi.Mw.tiim blS(ZUlt :.w ik (LjqpTl pig Mr- Kf)bef ts. the new yfi give thisfinoir a FAIR tyi There arl maiy good rap ABILENE TEXA& Ask Your Grocer Fob It- OS N KS m. IN TRIAL TODAY H Associated Press. TOUT WOUTH ')V... Ami) !!.-The uircn.se in the oasu of'Kcv. .1. Frank Norrls dim god with perjury and who .- now on trial in litis city rested its isc thin morning alter Mis. Noriis witi ut the indicted man. had hcen i u)hh-oaii)inod. Mi's. Xort'fo testified Hint "to the 'km of her recollection'' the. anony- mous letter a piqeo of which is allog- "d u) hao been J'...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 April 1912

t rM-M'ii'.r'llMiMmWwli! tf&iiVzi tWWBEl ks-JWM h---. i .-.roaagN . o?.3i.$HK&Hl'3?WWpW ' "WSr 'it I I I I II 1 1 r V.4.A. B.p.r14iTraa..lf t4riiiJtiiii4 -''1 fJ---!-"-- Ah A. iA J.4 Bal U. S. AGRICULTURAL AGT. VISITS ABILENE BtUBKUMB Attention Cotton Farmers ! von desire the earliest moat prolific and reliable'colton seed buy only Sirapkins Prolific. Each sack ' ' ' bears the trade mark in red. None genuine without this red trademark. Several Reasons Why Simpkins Prolific Cotton Seed is Best tffaW I'. If High Oiilrliil of lli'pnrlnirnl nml U 'pleased vrtih Hie Mori of f.nrnl Agent IN A l'oel Hrri'. "Pa&ts' : ?eod ihornughly tested bofoto I Is placed on the market. Ilaitdleil so im to maintain Its piuliy. Rest amongst S!8 other varieties In Agricultural tost. Stands drouth be t-r Until tmv other Ono-haf of product picked four months Horn date of planting. li Is uH-omineiidw! hy tin State J'tlson Hoard Unlclgli N. C In i hi' following tonus- "Tin tii Id Is better bv twelv...

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