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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 October 1911

A Gmy &vea. CVvaWewe SaXe T&evjo $oota &tA wew $avmews o Kvto)Ae& mm a jvees a caWew$e com- tpamsoxv vjovA Sawuav sae prices. ( Seca vaaVaes aftov&w $vea samxvs vtv &w$ avmew o vc stove a ve va Su omy aws ov tfuver wod; W meaws loeWev sAecWows as aeW. as AoWavs sa)e&. Thorp is deep reason in the Stein-Uloch popularity. Men wear these Clothes because they give value. No others approach them in this great fact. No other Clothes lit as well nor have as good style. We are in a position to furnish these Clothes at just a few dol- lars less than you can get other makes that are not so good Values up to $11.50 all Wool Suits for $8 75 Talues up to $13.50 all Wool Suite for $10 85 ?Alee up to $17.50 all Wool Suite for $13' 25 Values up to $20.00 all Wool Suite for $16 50 Values up to $25.00 all Wool Suits for $20 OO Values up to $30.00 all Wool Suite for $24 OO J sSlNBLOCH SWART CLOTHES Our Challenge Sale is affording special bargains and extra values for our cus...

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 — 3 September 1912

Tt m ftjepjoftt nra ". j voi. xxxi. ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1012 WieMfl tt .M' i I' i4 ( GREAT EXODUS 0 MORMONS FAMILIES DRIVEN FROM THEIR HOMES SEEK REFUGE IN UNITED STATES Citizens In Arizona Declare Thenr selves Prepared to Cross Into Sonora If Their Aid Is Need- ed by Americans Hpoolal tfwttirt Itopoiter. EL PASO Sept. 1. Driven from tliolr homos while tlielr coVoliglonlHta wore in Chihuahua stale tjie Mormon families In Sonora are flocking over tile border at Dotiglas Arizona to es cape from the rebels who are now ' IericansIre ready I 0 e I t cm Tle"v mn ' of " W X. mora m- eighty families from Colonln Morolns '''OVu"u1n hi; V 'r ' M'n 1 v arrived In Afttm Prletn this morning Wd? T1!?. anil tents will be pitched under the RuporvJson of tho flitted States of- fleers The Mormons arc heartbroken over having to leave their crops tho fruit being tlfe best In the history of the Colony but It had to he deserted All livestock Have' a few liprseH and cattle of rhi'h family we...

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 — 3 September 1912

-' cfV ' W . - ti . M jii A ' r -J i A iAoa two SKI REPORTER Wf ABOUKNH InfNTlNO COMPANY ltt North Second Htreot. m accoud.clnsn mull at Abb . Texas October It 100.1. KSCKIITI0N UAT1& On Ymt (Jnndvnnco) . .$1.00 W ItenOw (In ndvnnco) () Akjr tmhicoub reflection upon tho ohnmatar standing or roimtatlon or any pron firm or corporation which itty appear In tlio columns of T11K W3PORTEn Trill he gladly corrected ttfon its holng brought to the attention of UMsflrm. TKIiKPHOMSSt Btiglneas nnd Circulation 'SouthwesL 6111 G7; Independent f.7. Kdltorlul Office Independent lul.. SiibBorlhors falling to recolvo their papers regularly will confer-n favor upon tlio management -bjT raportlng aaino to the business ofnofeTPhonos fi. Thla J t' a eecond day of the first oyster month. It is a wIbo farmer yrho will not ho tempted to sell shorl his stock of live- stock feedstuff. 9 Chip in a dollnr for thu WIIkoii cam- paign fund nnd help land Ik'inocrntle votes In the states lit Which such totes wi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 September 1912

lA81-- Mfc-AnMiiAi1". m it T.C. Prepare the Children For School Abilene Public Schools Open Monday the 9th We now have the largest and best assortment of school clothes aud materials tye have ever shown. The prices will be found equally as attractive as the hew fall patterns NEAR HIE FOUND DEAD B r TRAIN il NAVARRO CAMPBELL A K OM N.Y ' Katy flyer northbound jump TRACK THREE MILES OF CITY-ROLLS IN DITCH 1 KILLED: 17 INJ -Engine Stayed on Trestle But Four Coaches Mall and Express Cars Topple Off Engineer and Fireman Remain at Post unsw fly Associated Pross. TEMPLU Aug SO. Ono person wan killed two seriously hurt ntiil flftoun slightly liijuriul when tho iiorthhound Ka(y Flyer No. 8. Jumped Its trncs on a twelve-foot trestle tlirco miles noith of here at three o'clock UiIh morning. The dead man Is the nowsbutch who was making his tlrst run. The train was traveling only nt u homlntil rate of speed when the cnplnu and live cars behind It left the rnlls. 'The engine Htayed on tho trestle...

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 — 3 September 1912

H?Jt fiiuplim X scgiiMftr..K- T " iT' w " fi i i4iii .I ' ' - BRAND JURY ltlKNM IN KKIMIHTH FIIIIIAY Al. tMCKMHW AMI SAVlMtliAT AM .knock on' iriMywm 17 tm arc lVloiijr Iiiillcliuciilx ' i'H Isdniiennar. anil Sonic Ar- rests urc jVlrcttljr .Muile Cas- es Disposed of. The Taylor cpunty crnrttl Jury han- ded lu n ruport luto Friday aftornoon jind also ono yesterday (Saturday) nf- Icruoon tuitl adjourned until Wodnos- duy morning Sept. 1th. at H o'olook. J u tho report Friday aftornoon eight trim bills were turned In In tho rniiiirt vustordtu afternoon nine among Uium being ton felonies andJ seven misdemeanors. Arrests uuro niudo In tlio case of Sum .Splcor charged with burglary his case set down for Monday and Louis T. Wlso nppolmedoby tho court ob attorney for dofclident. Arrest waa also made In tho case of Charlie Asluvdors charged with burglary caso sut for Wednesday and Mai W Sholloy appointed by tho court as attorney for tho defendant. Geo Combs arrested for burglary Willi Sam Sp...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 September 1912

v S!!'"ww m . . . . . . .- 1 MM 111 '"" itmmm'mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmjmmmmmmmmmm . i . -. .. ... --1 iii.il ii ...-..! " .-' -' . i.... . ... .-. ...i.il. ) -.i .i...y-i. l'l 2)aj 7a of Sport c & Select Your Suit r 4 tkxah li:aui:. o jMUB TIE fnorcil sixteen liltn In tho second game nut lunt Dy n big score F1H8T CAM 13 Pittsburg ....'. 1 9 2 y ii - (Miiolnnntl .. 4 2 9 1 Yctll4nlH)'H Itl'Slllltf. Wnco I Pallas 1. Port Worth 8. Austin C. (liilvoston 2 Houston 0. Unit Antonio 2 Pcnutnont lr Where TliC) I'liiy Today. Wnco nt Dallas. AiiHtln nt Fort Worth. Unlvoslon nt Houston Heutimonl nt San Antnnlo. Double liemlurs will ho played nt nil places today. Standing of (lie p. IniiHlnn Us Teams. W. L. Per. SB fi2 .23 83 rfi r!i? Si r.2 .fii;n 72 GO .1522 nil '7K .458 fill 78 131 r.x si .-lis 55 84 390 -?aii Antonio ...... 1'tK Wnco . ... H3 Dnllna J3S Austin ..'. 114 Cohesion 137 Fort Wjjrth 139 iieuuingiii ........ J .W C!ftDaoaaaoDai3faaa a a AMKItlGAX LKAUflK. G a d Yo...

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

MHS8IX .. ... - - - - - - - L " " fc ' ' ' ' ! '"" - - - -- "' Plenty of cent Money On Land 8 k ' if? J WIT" ". : ivsSoTe vs "TaxAousweT VoWve CaVV o ve ScWV "SeW dtvWvwt tuao stVvooV' 5iVvtm ovA covtcclVa amaVc Vc satlaap om. qvtVs XDBax s Totfiaca Vwrt a. gt$ moactaYe cosx. Spccvav sWmtvprous uc o mamas TcadAo-xncaT qaTmtTs jbf u- .n' arass TcquVretfitTAs axva ooXxuear far sxaciVs i B SVivprneuV o SvwVvams 3ov 5e ScW Two Oases of L'tility Bookfold Ciiuhnnis until the imw mid df ors plaids stripes mid cheeks. Special value Jit per yard . . Now Case of Bookfold Gitinlmins in now Fall l'ntterus. last color hnins. Special vnliio. at per yard Forly-Kijj-ht piooos of full width regular Weight (iiiitfhum.s in pr eial value per yard . . i IS II II il.VJ Ko oW rYvI '"VOc'aTtt jpapdL arc Xg CffcHk T JulnfiillfltlMTSLjHHjBj mmmmmi SecvlvW wd scvoj3Lcv3tiC r ifayT S i'i .i'V. ft. ir ir . i B 'i . . wraiiH' pan nia ovsoup coyF u nave on o ...;.. ...yp . .Mi.jQ and JIadnH. Ir J -r. tt's- ""l sl...

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

V.1 Stye Abilene i&mwMeeklg Auk iv. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 0 1012 m'xhkn I v 3 II I GRAVE SITUATION DEVELOPS PART8 OF MEXICO CAUSED DY MARAUDERS IN IS Fifty Thousand Rounds Leave El Paso For Copper Mine Where Mexi- cans and Americans Fight to Keep Town From the Rebels lly -Asfiociated ProBH. MKXlQO CITY Sept. fj. Kahllita KapatlstaB raptured the town nt Sin Miguel In tho stnto of Onxn.cn yes- terday. ' Carlos Mender n wealthy merchant. wnB cremated In the Haines of his store when tho town wiib suckcvl b tin mulMidcrs. Tho defenders o. tec plnca made n flhnrp hut losing fight against the besiegers Mid were nt Inst overcome and th town foil. The lender of the: Imiul Ih snld to he Kufnyilo apata brother or Rinlllano. and one V)f the five who broke jnil at Punbla. after he hild been Jnllcd for murdering live Gcrmnns. iitcludftitl ono woman. Garrison Is Massacred Word ban been received hern that :MSirrsi and American live. being held for ransom Ammunition Sent to Douglas I VI...

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

TWO l u n a 8) t H u t t I J SEMHEEKLY REPORTER BT ABILfeMK PRINTING COMPANY IMt Herih Second Btreot xlamt mall nt Abb Tcxm October Ur 1003. MJCKUTION JUTJJS. Oa Year ((Mdvaacj) . 11.00 Mi Ktentjw 0 advance) f'O Amy mmeoua Toflcctlon upon tho cfemctor Btandlng or reputation or any proe firm or corporation which nwy appear In tho columns of THIS fcBPORTElt will bo gladly corrected upos Its being brought to tho attention of the firm. TELEPHONES Business nni Circulation Southwest crn G7 Independent 07 Editorial Ofllco IndcmcndontlCl. BubscrJhors falling to recclvo their papers regularly will confer n favor upon tho management by roporllng Mwmo to tho business offlcc. rhoncB C7. Keep tho city clean. It means good health; good health menns happiness. Good nftcrnoon does your name np- pear on the list of contributors to tho Simmons College fund? Tho big circus that never falling restorer of youth will be In Abilene Saturday September 23. Anyway tho election results In Vermont do not make ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 September 1912

pinrntn 2M0RE FELONY OFFTO Mill In ftimi Fins l X 3S Special Sale Boys l in district vovm nntixu thi: lav TI'KSDAV IMCH DLTUXR. AM' (lF.TTI.Nfl 2 YI.MHS DEPUTV SHERIFF WHALEY QOE8 " TO SPRINGFIELD AFTER EARL DALDWIN mil'lllhlCAX (MN1I1IIATK FOR 00. VfclOH I1U.LS API'H0X1.H TLLY 25072 YOTEH. School Suits 4 CHICKENS CAUSED II 10 T COMMONS FOR A PRISONER VERMONT RACE I of REFURN SfflJRIf DEMOCRA N SECOND yJfc4''A'C.7 tUn m AJnnor Heed Oh on Two Venn for HuriclarlziiiK Chicken Hoiim- uiul I'eruurdo AcoMn Two Years . for Mcrkcl IliirgJnry. From Wednesday's Dally. UiHtrit-t court scored two niort' con- lotions on felonies yesterday mak- ing three Riven penitentiary penalties m Tar thin week. Tim lawyers term- A fd all the cases ''weak'" but tlfey were Muck just the same which leads one to the conclusion that Juries arc not ting tired of "fine" points in Inw and i elUenee and are convicting In ".ill eases where they think the guilt of Ihu aecilHed Irt fairly evident. Uunor Heed (Jets Tnn Y...

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 — 6 September 1912

T tllvmtB9imm0iriKt!llf$tffKH9K. Ma!:-ia-- Sr fcjfciwjtiSl ajJteiwgWgaggia3'y uJ'aVt -- l..aifl i t' SM; SET FOR SEP. 12 LIClC LIKUT. HEFUHKS T ra&ti ' :v T IKlHiTMKNTS AGAINST MIX I'OK MUKDEK. ;PLEABS NOT GUILTY William WmM President of American WMkn CewphH Is Charged YiHk Consplrim; to Famish Dynamite to Strikers. By Associated Press. N15W YORK Sept. 3. After Char- les Heclccr Uio police lieutenant had refused to plead to the Indictments against him for the murder of the gambler llcrnmn Roscntlml In .this city r technical plea of not guilty was cntorcd today. Enrly this morning Uio case won transferred to JuBtlco Guff's court and he set the trial ot Decker for September It. Wood Meads Not Guilty. BOSTON Mass. Sept. 3. William. Wood president of the American Woolen Company ploaded ttot guilty today to the charge of corjnlrini: to distribute dynamlto in Lawrence Mass. dtirluivCTiBkatrlltuof Uio tex- tllo workers. XlUC Second Without a J urbance. la the awf r earth through spa r ...

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 — 6 September 1912

iLlifKIED te t n- ON GIGE OF MURDER v IT WOUD -o- 1 Ml " - '" ' t ' ' ' ' . " ' " " '' w BLOODY DRESS AND COTTON JUMPED UP I L KNIFE ARE FOUND $1 PER BALE EARLY . .- -f-l IU UtDGIC Ml IDnCD TUIQ MnDUINC in i imiii iiii 111 mi ii it iiiiti iiiiiiiiiniii '( vip iii iir at w bf p " Indictment by Grand Jury Al leges That He Killed Alf Cogdell In this City in De- cember 1910. Arrested in Springfield No. d.T. Couch Charged With Murder THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT OF TAYLOR COUNTY TODAY (TUESDAY) RECEIVED NOTICE OF THE ARREST OF TWO PEOPLE AGAINST WHOM THE GRAND JURY LAST WEEK RETURNED BILLS OF INDICTMENT CHARGING MURDER. - EARL BALDWIN WHO IS CHARGED BY INDICTMENT WITH THE MURDER OF ALF COGDELL WAS ARRESTED IN SPRINGFIELD MO. MONDAY SHERIFF WEiR RECEIVING THE NOTIFICATION FROM THE OFFICERS THERE TO THIS EFFECT TODAY AND HE OR ONE OF HIS DEPUTIES WILL LEAVE FOR MISSOURI TONIGHT. It Will be remembered Cogdell vvns killed In the second story of the building adjoining Leeson's Grocery stare in De...

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

PAgggyr Secm ScVvooV swsw SV0S Vo ofir oofcs so welt much a long time tone stands so much Hard war ana they are so easy and comfortable on the feet. We are better prepared this season than ever before to take care of your wants in Children's Shoes for school wear. Our Security Shoes are the really good kind. They arm neat and attractive in appearance; yet sturdy and strong to stand service. They are made on form fitting lasts and fit and feel right and keep their shape. A com- pletm line of School Shoes in all leathers for boys and girls. GIRLS SECURITY SCHOOL SHOES Vici Ki nntt (itinnietnl Cult' in Imtton sflis. .sizes 11 to 12. Special price .' $12 25 and $2 00 blisses Security School Shoes in In rue sick JJ'i to fi. Special pricse at .; '.. $2 30 ("Jirls lower priced School Shoes in Kid and Vf leathers Imt- ton or lace' Sizes Btt to 11& nt .... nnnl $1 50 SizeslU trt 2 iif ?1 35 ?1 50 and Jjil 75 BOYS SECURITY SCHOOL SHOES Tan nnd fiiuunctnl Calf Tint ton and IHuehcr: sics .1...

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 — 10 September 1912

l) Sthrleni giro-iPidiig voi.mr. xxi. ABILENE TEXAS TUSDA SEPTEMBER 10 1912. NUMBIB 87. .. .m i. !. i. t I.I...! i..... I I I! t. I . .. I I II . 729926 BALES .1 ( rvsr.s uniinr issths its first COTTON Ul. VI .Ml ItKI'OIIT I'lHI Dii'i sjiaso.n today. 'i'lils Year's Total Fulls Ilclilnd lllll 77137 Hflnir dinned Hut Stir pitsips IIHK mid I1MW Texas Leads Sillies. Uy Associated ProBH WASHINGTON Sep. fl. Tlio first cotton ginning icport of the Census llim-im ror thu )'.H2 season Issued nt 10 a in. today announced tlmt 720.1)20 bales or cotton or tho growth or 11112 had be-on ginned prior to September I. counting round us half bales. To that dale last year 771217 bales or 5 per tent of thi elitlie. crop titul been tin- ned; in 1U0S -102.220 bales or-3-1 per cpt or tho crop niul In inoii 107151 )mlt8 or IM per cent or the crop. Included lu the total gliiulngB were iil;:t round bales compurvd vlli 7700 round bales hist year to September 1 10071". round bales In 1010 and 1L"7 round Italic ...

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 — 10 September 1912

'1W t aar MOTHMtfWMMMMttl MMMMNMMMMli HIWBKKW f AQ1 YW r v" t m : .- w Iff! fl II f I? i r r SEMI-WEEKLY REPOPB 3BT ABILENB PRINTING COMPACT 1M1 NrUt Second Street Katered u ecoa4.claB3 mall nt Alt 1m Teiiw October H 1903. nMUiPTinv K.VTKH. On f r (IwklVnco) ...Jl.OO Bl MoaHw On advance) '.0 Aay r0B8 reflection upon tho character standing or reputation ot by pna firm or corporation which vtmy appear Jn tho columns of TIIL REPORTER will bo Kindly corroctctl upon lta being brought to tho attention of the firm. TELEPHONES: Business and Circulation Southwest. rn. r.7' Indcncndont. C7. Editorial Office. Jndtnpondcntiril. i.onrtliAnt frtllfnc to rccclvo their papers regularly will confer n favor upon tno management vy ruiuuut: same to tho lU3lncBBoinco. riioncs C. Tho question of pnrltB f ono tml wo need to tall: about every day In tho week. Abilene must have nt leimt two qiarks and that soon. Ijjt'fl accept tho challenges of Nn- turc. She has provided In hundreds ..r .Innno tnr niltlirnl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 September 1912

i TAM SCOOP THE CUB REPORTER By "HOP" Scoop' is Now a Politictl Scout Kscflor i w4nt vou IS V t0TICAUp r-ur sir APOLlTtCAt. ft ; u ji ' I AMD Twm w wr L.&- " SCOUT. Ujy t A MAN -utpyr crara on thhl t7AL. AKD ftOS.S Ot- MttlStlbRMf!! . t itUSiDCMtittw . BOPtt- 'T WUU V V Pur Mti wiie. KftCt vx pour Ptu-rpit'j linn ion ro m:w thiu. i tiii: 1M.KSS ClirNTY HIIMAINH WKT IIV VO'I'i: OF 17ft I TO JlSt nuoiirn oi-' sun. MfitfG riv)ODoe.rthiiir.t J J ti "1 t'UNtr :ton lUbDG i si or s3i spklu iii:iki wiiouMtt'i.co it rorirr -rjj-t-ur; VMr-QfttMnricH1. 2h& VS " j A jWt ' RQCEEDINGSOF PCI COURT r LOCAL P ON M i i iiii" i" DEFEATED (irR . .SftOUTl J MS r-N C K? 7 i yv s v J v7 1 1ft .l.cTV If i 1 T. COUCH "ARRAIGNED MAI V i ' CONVENTION FACTOR fiTgCr H Hnn nlm Ix I Minted with the Jliir. lcr of IV X. tfiirdiicr In Sepf. IIMii! nl irHitle Colon) litis case Sct Wi'iIiipmIm) Si'l. ISlli. ' r m Suiidny'ft Dully: At fivt ntiorli yeaterduy aftdruuon l 1 oueh charged by Indictment .ihhe murder ...

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 — 10 September 1912

fm y -m-m - -. J U 1 '( i- I j.; I ..v StHUKR Dig AT HOSPITAL IftAWAKK OF THK VAHJ THAT Ml! HAW A WlU.Ii KSOW" Il'' ffllUR AND SlKCi: HKKfc. E HERE VERY ILL Ami Went to tho Abilene Hospital for a Surgical irrHtfuti 1ml Mnic too Laic--lloiljr Forwarded to Putnam Todnj. CAM Hospital did nit they could for the tin fortunate mhn and the telephone tolc graph nml ovary method known w'iu used to Bet In touch with relative Which nt the Inst boiyHJoro rcjiulU. Mm. J N. llllMJlomojK'TJn.. una us rd Foley' for years mends It fnlls to i and 1 chllilr ' I HonJa'iirUKl nudjfiniwrii uwuun imMbnA ifrys croi puMTud rihvi jn v nuti i nr Compound nlwiiya recont friend. "U noror cough& nhd colds crotp. we- navo live 'in give them I-ol- 'nr Coiripouhd for u cold nrtd they nro all noon won. we would not he without It In our home-" McLemorc-Hnsa Drug Co. CONTRACT LET TO BUILD QUANAH LINE llrldge frnr vcirt .lUf IrhcKfl ltlbT !' jmi wFu ttoLFOl tiiai 1 in J raff u&llF "Jl.llO UIU JVW1 Ljfxv man afJ...

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 — 10 September 1912

F1VA ae-am p4tm-mm tix-'mm fc I 4 rtte1 j j. -r TO USE OIL FUIL V Mm; Will XitiI li.oim llnrrels Dully (fomcH 1'rom Mexico. lf j a MORGAN STEAMER .'j l j max 7 7 i$)i m. hb mil 1 v'Hll HBs HOUSTON' Sept. 7. All .Morgan lino Htcumorn tiro to bo oliilP0U to use oil fuel. This Information with complete details ua to tho Sou thorn I'ucIIIo'h plans covering tiro trims pnrtntlon of crude petroleum In lib own tiuik Btenmcrs from Hh own wolls In Mexico tho construction of large storage anil loading stations tit Oul- venton. nnil Alglors opposite Now Or- leans on tho Mississippi river con- tract for which work has Ijcuh lot to Houston men W. r lnrk nntl V. T. ( iishing Is published In tho Soptem btr nuinbor or tho Fuel Oil Journal HuiiHton'fl oil trade paper aa follows; VesMola of tho Southern Pacific Com. pnni'H Atlantic BtouinBhlp Hnea ply- ing between Now Yorlo mill Galveston and Now York nntl Hov Orlcnnn Aro to he converted Into oil humors. There are Hevoiiteen steamers. In the fleet liv...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 September 1912

hi i .jniJ JAGKSIX - I V t flt )D itdfrers tour years AcajCem college in ill Simmons Collereistfke a t Students CERTIFICATES wit Maximum V- A1IILESE l'l'HLK KVMOIS SOUTH pahk prime snioois m COLOKCI) SCHOOLS OI'KN. OVER FORTY TEACHERS Ami In Hip Nclttlihorlieod of Tvtn Thousand Pupils Will UrowU Jhe Hull's or l.ciirn'liitf Illtrli .Sclmiil to r.niertnln. . Prom Sunday's Dally; Tlio Ablleno Pliullo Joliools will open th PjiIJ and Winter lrnis on Monday morning. In tlio city ward schools XGrth Park school and tlio Colored school itractt- cally two tliotmnnd studunts will lio enrolled villi about forty.llvo ieaeh ers. Tlio Ablleno Public scliuola iiroin-rj win navo an eurgjiumni or ujiproM. mutely 1C00 or 1700 pupils wjillo the North Park school will lmvo 20U and tho f'olored schools 100 puiills. PoIIowiiif; Is tho usslcuinent of teach ors tor tho seMsJoit: IlIQU SCHOOL: 1. Ar SmUhrPrlnoIpalt -. MIhs Lillian Hull KnglUh. AT. P. Itogcrs Mathematics Miss Cora Pearl Penn Ijitln. Miss f'or...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 September 1912

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