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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 May 1912

The judgo'a soMe old face glowed now wiUi the magnanimity tif his sen timonia. "Hut I bnyo. no fooling of mqrcy for your lontlorn none for Mur roll hlmscir. Put down your gunsj ypu can only hill tig after Wo havo fellled Murrell but you cnn't kilt the Inwl If Uio arch conspirator tiles in tlila room and liaur on whosd hetrd will tho punlahmont fan?" 'Ho swung round bis ponderous arm In a sweep Ing- RCRturo and shook a fat but ex prcsulvo forefinger In tho fnaes of thaeo nonrcst him. "On yours and yours and yours I" Across the. bpoco' tbat separated them tbo Judgo grinned hla triumph at his enemy. Ho bad known wben FontroDB entered tbo room that a wonl or a sign from him would pro- clpltnto a riot but bo know now that nellbcr this word nor thlB sign would bo given. Tbon ijulto suddenly bo Rtrodo down tbo nlBlo and foot by foot Fentress yielded ground boforo bis ndvnnco. A murderous light flashed from tbo judgo's bloodshot i' 'Draw Damn You I" Ho Roared at Fentress. jyoa and bis right...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 May 1912

rAQinx -SWIBSSlMKKKi EZSAFE M'CORMICK FROM FEDERALS JUAR ii i ' 1- " '.! ' jv r. k VOHRmVR COMPLICATIONS WITH l. s. wii.r. vhvavat jiahero TROOPS FHOJ1 ATTU'Ji. TOP IS CAPTURED Goroimcnl SolUtcr Take tjumjnltipr famttistfifrr Is Arreted Charged With Complicity In the Up. toiii I binary I'lol. fthGormick cuts and saves all kinds of Grain Corn Maize or Cane By Associated Press. WASHINGTON. t- & May 21 Poti- xllle conuflteatldng With the Cnlteo States vlll undoubtedly prevent thi Mixlcatt fWerals from attempting to ttUo the town afJmrix Is a ststrm&H g ictt tint in report ny roi. k. x. Stccver .conimanilln Ihb Deparlroenl of Tetfos of ilie Vnited Stales to the. war department today. Federal Officers Arrested. A P deral commander at Nofiales Mexico has-been arrested charged with jwrapllclty In a revolutionary plot launched by jmjjtlcal oSHes there. ' Twenty-three persons lijive been ar rested at aiagdalenn o n similar charge I ' federals rapture Guadalupe. T3.U PASO. Tex.. May 2...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 May 1912

IfUHTJi SAYERS KNOWN BY ABILENE FOLK Hirkp tlurctt millionaire caUlu- m.m ami bunker of Fort Worth who k ii il Farley K. flayers n( I'aducah ycs- t w nt li a. o'clock la well kiicii 111 Abttcno whoro ho lut muny i.. ua. among thorn Col. C. Vf. Mar- .hint Col .1. H. 1'nrramorot Honntor v J llrjiin and D. 1). Pitrramore it. in particularly warm personal rui tut of both Colt). Merchant ami i i i jtuturc both of whom wcro sorry hi ur of Ills troublo but nro quito in In' was poriocwy jubuiiuuio in minuting tlio crime charged ngnluat h in ( tin dcml man Farley T. SnyerB iilao mown here Judgn '. F. Cunnlhg- t mi having recently ueen cmpioyco. I . llHHIHl in U1U lirUNl'UUUUIl tm 11 lUiruc of murdering IiIb own brother i.uilirlo liiBt Fall or Winter. Kiiroiio . field who la in tho city and who iih . ranch out lnKlnlr county near i ii of Hayora and Huwfctt. learned of i killing' over tho long distance I ..ii(. IIIHt IllRUt Mr Mnyfiold says Bayers ranch la .r nurko Ilurnett'M and tkoy have ih ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 May 1912

A0iKre CTf'H' "Tff - -Si m mm J? u I 'i fe Fi n L HI f V- Radical W An early summer offering in good clothes with prices that are unusual for the month of May Kiwchbaum CkHhes ft awn Ty'i CopjrltkteJ 1911 A. B. RIRSCIIDAUM St CO Special show- ing of all that's new in Shirts Ties Collars Hose and un dsrwear. DE SAGAN TO PAY VISIT TO U. S. Anna Mould and Husband in Loudon To See Tyler Morse Off for Home f LONDON May 22. The steamship .Muuretaiilu carried a coliKlderablo number of well known Americana. m her lapt voyage to Now York. One of me moai nujiortaui passengers la Al- fred W. Stntllicra. chairman of tho hoard or the Grand Trunk railway. Ho la going to Canada to choose u sue. ceasorlo Charles M. Hays who wna a Titanic victim. Sir. Smlthera said to the Heart nowB service correspondent Ifi Eusfou Station before the depart-1 lire pt'tbo ateamor train that hla choice later would bor ratified by tho full hoard. Sir Donald Mann a big Canadian railroad magnate who hna been men- tioned ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 May 1912

? "I-0- . """r? Sflje fthttene 0jmra4WeeMg ftjepi VOLPME XXXI AHILENE TKXAti. Tl'ESDAY MAT 28 1R12. XUMBstR ft. A GREAT DAY AT ST. PAULS 1ST METHODIST - M 1 'I If - TROOPS SENT 10 PROTECT GENERAL 1T0RIAN0 HUERTA POSHING NORTH TO BELTANO MEMBERSARRIVE IN HOUSTON AMMUNITION IS CHURCH NEWS RUNNING OUT ft RELIEVED CITUA'8 PRESIDENT XOT OHJECT WHEN LEARNS TBUK MISSION V S. SOLDIERS. "NO INTERVENTION" president Toft Says He Will not In- ter eiio-lu Menpo to (hisiez To- tlny Consul Imitrutted Jo Make Mutter Plain. WASHINGTON Mny 27. It In be- lieved that is booh ou President Go- mez of Culm becomes fully aware of the fnct Hint thorn Is no sinister mo- tive behind tho movements of thj Am- erican warships and that their com- mander will do nothing more than to Uflo tholr forces to prevent any Injury to American liven nnd property he will no longer object to the moblllzntldn of tho United States soldiors In bin coun- try. Consul Ueaupreo ut Havana ban been Instructed to make plain to the Cuba...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 May 1912

nil 'mnii4Kfam Mlwtpnti rniiiiiMiii ft li.r i .-. ! l I - 1 ? ' i . i satffifrEM T ABILENE MINTING- COMPANT m tecoHd-ctaw mati at Abl- taw Tew October 14 l&Ot. -Weekly oiio year .........$1.00 Mx Mcmtk .GO Amt erroaeous reflecUo upoa tk kreter standi tig or reputatloa of mnt parson firm or corporatloa which mmnt Appear IB the columns of The matter will bo gladly corrected upon to fceteg brought to tho attention of tiwftra. XELEFIIOXKSi whteM and Circulation. Bouthwcc- 67; Independent 67. Editorial 04ke Indopcndoat 151. Connect tho paved streets rlth tho good ronda nnd "do It now" should bo tho watch word until tho thing is done. i capita ciumcB nifcollng ofdlnnppolnt- ment to those who aro Inclined to bo- como reminiscent. It will bo recalled" that when Adnm and Evo ntartcd In life on the hnnka of tho Euphrates they wero more nhundantly Buppljyd wltli fruit trees than tho nVcrago Texan cltlxon today nnd nfter four thousand yonra of civil- Untlo'n wo look backward nnd find oursel...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 May 1912

1 y Americans and CUBANS BATTLE ISL'HOKNTS ATTACK AMKKKMX PLANTATION YEHTEHDAYRc HIHTANCE 18 SlUTJIHSFn. GROWS WORSE HOURLY I nllfd Htatca Will Wall Another Ihiy Before Mending More Troops I'rcHltBt TaU Oppoxes Intervention Tin Said. Hy Associated Prcae. SANTIAGO Culm May 25. Cuban insurgents nunciceu nn American plnn- tutlun near the province of Gabrle. Orlt'iito toriav. The employees nro said to bo making a successful reuls- tauce. Situation Grows Wore Hourly WASHINGTON. May 25. Private illnpntcbes agree that tho negro move- ment In Cuba Is growing moro serious hourly. The United States government will ualt another day before sending more troops and after that time If matters do not clear up to a marked degree In Cuba It Is expected that soldiers will be rushed to that country at once. If tho Cuban government should ask any assistance tho request will bo thoroughly considered before any ac- tion will be taken. President Tatt Is Huld to be averso to any plans of In- tervention on t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 May 1912

. ... m i '-i 11 I -VKVti .j" Lchtch Written SfiilcHicHt Telling of Vcci und- When on Scaffold snyn ;'l Am mIHjm implicates Another Acgro MiCormick cuts and saves all kinds of Grain Cop Maize or Cane i JJy Associated Press. TYLEK. Tex. 3lay 25. Dan DaviB n negro was burned to death at the tfta'ko oil the public square at (pur o'clock this morning in this city alter lib signed a written statement confess- ing that he had criminally ussaultcd Allsd Carrlo Johnson nged sixteen of tilts' place Eight hundred persons participated in tho lynching. Ucforc the match was applied ho was asked if ho was guilty and ho replied In a husky voice ' 1 am guilty." Davis was. brought hero early this morning from AtlUM tfttizena vvent fVcV" hero yj-esfe.riV;r- and ': returned from . AhrgJaS 'fitim wtp'onicors ''who "Brought the negro: At tho Jail the father of tho girl and tho sheriff asked the crowd not to httrt the negrountlI It -was definitely known that he was guilty of tho crime. A'Ttrltlen concess...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 May 1912

TR 7sm ' ' i w ' s BBtMisBBBtBBBBB A0M r t i1 hi s rTirr mwm JfAKHH HlJft'KHHPUl llfHlKKHS TRIP T0: tfftKTII AND JfAHT- Klttf PAHT8 OP (WNTUY. ' TEXAS. STANDS . WELL In Urn Money Markets of the SccllonS YlHllcilflH! HIhiuIIii N (Iron Injr Ilcttrr As They Under ' laiid our Laws tint! People. B. 1J. Hyntjm. president or the First stato Hunk nnd Trust Company of Abilene linn returned from a busi- ness trip north nnd o3Bt accompanied by Mrs. Dynum wliom ho IcU nt Unt- ile Creek Mtchlgnn sanitarium Tot treatment by specialists whtlu he continued his Journey to Chicago St. I.ous Potrolt Toledo unci points In Mlchlgau. While Mrs. Hynum scrtned (o have Rotten but Hide bcnellt from tho trip the exact naturo of 'her (rouble Is poW known nnd effective trontmont 1b be- tin; applied to remedy It Mission Successful Mr Uynuin snys whim tioy loft tho North It was quite cold people still u curing overcoats and shivering too ho they wore glad taficL back to tho l.uid of sunshine nnd blYlmy wenthor. M...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 May 1912

ijllMmwMl'ww fWF0 t -3. cqera&. 1 ii wi)MnifiiiiiiiiBynyjwii h-smwC . i sere I J ' yry' ryvvtirrryrytv(rAfvvv)ry'; yvswfyy'Vv(Tfoi'rA'y Big Savings on " 'Summer Suits Tis Season's Best Values in Good Clothes for Men and Boys This sale inolnd&s our Stein-Bloch and Kirschbaum suits for men -nr Mwreiiles Knee Suits for boys. The time to buy Is now and this is the pjaco. Special Sale Prices for the last week of May. I Men's Suits l27.r.Q Burrs $21 00 J2r..l) suits $10 50 I22.no suits 918 00 $20.00 SUITS $10 75 I1S.30 SUITS $14 50 $15.00 SUITS $11 05 $10.00 SUITS $ S 50 BOYS WOOL PANTS' The beat at tliqao prices: 50j 75c S1.00 $1.25 $1.60 and $t75 BOYS WASH PANTS Extra' opil vnllies at 25c 35c 50c and 65c. j-llmM Boy's Suits $10.00 SUITS t...$7 05 $7.50 SUITS $5 95 jc.r.o suits $4 95 $r.o0 suits'" $3 95 $3.50 suits $2 95 wash suits Extra i;ood values. at 65c 75c $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 and $2.00. ROMPERS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Ages 2 to 7 Years Wo are showing extra special values this seas...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 May 1912

pfWFTrPiwwirsi.jTP'if-w- w "F n 1 f jTtr r ..gMP"N' fc T- TpyJt-''( T ' ' ww 'i"( r rfTT 1"-fii ' ' u M !J i' t . h '" VUU'MK JtXxi M i. i 'u '''.'I'. Mv.. .. . J - AH1LE.NK TKXAH. 1K11MY SO KM Ml -MAI 81 1P12. Tffissinr mZl """ """ i i wnnniHMii GOV. COLQUIH VISITS OVALO PIFTlfcX JirNDKDI) TO TWO THOU- SAND l'liOPJiK JIKAR MM HPKAK TlIKRtf WKI). any Up Hns Kept Fnllli nlih tbo People of Tcxns nml Tlint lie Will 1)0 Itc-Belectcd ?y nu OnrVJielrainir Vote. Governor O B. Colquitt wub sched- utod to sneak at Ovalo Inn thlis coun- ty at cloven o'clock) Wednesday tho 21) til but w)ih delayed In reaching the town mull a little before twelve o'clock. lio having Hpoken In Winters curly In the morning driving from Winters to Ovalo In an automobile. He Was received at Oralo by a crowd estimated from ifcOO to 2000 peoplo who escorted him to a large ware house whoro Captain Jim Ithoa In a nanny and cutchv speech Introduced the governor as they best governor Texas over had and who would suc- cee...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 May 1912

sjsfstj fR7mMr s VA-1 VT 1 t -''"' W7 ft- VSr T w'- '""TS" ffPfWV"1' i .. . ' jc !? i SEMI-WEEKLY ROW r. m ii - I 'qt . gt ' Mt- Tf "TKaWcWaitV. Restored To Their Youthful Mother THE "AETNA" ' . 't '. . t iiitpwn wuyriMg oostrunr IMlt at AH i& ? Oelrttr 14 lMt. .'-' BAR WIIH tar iiwuow nUk f tto ASSETS stmiirtsr s44h or rwwttU mt The Big Bank fmV put lira wr cerperMNMi wh rter "will b gladly ce-rrtetal uww Capital Surplus and Profits Mc brrtghi to tb tttto of $200000.00f Wo' have tho resources to haudlo your ar TELf MONKS l M0TZ&CURTIS Poifotg and Circulatioa 8outhwe imt. 7: JnoMMrieit 67. HUtOfbd OM Iftdt4MMkt 151. business. i (PipHtlwiij bf ft -4' LUf ! Whllo waiting for rain clean up. It hi a work that nlwayB pays. Swat the fly today; this drummor of disease way bo rcsponnslblo for thousands of flics tomorrow. mm m Patronlzo your homo town. After all that is whero you got your living and tho wares nro usually as good If not bettor. mm Oh! you good roads and paved streets....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 May 1912

pr . . - - i" o-" ... "' '' ....-. -. n'Wi1; 'f tSSSaSS r Texas Democratic Platform """ ' r' mi i i i i i i i .1 I..- .1 !.. - . - - """"""""""""""""""""a - ' "aaaaaaaSaiiiW "isiiiaiiiiiBSBSSSBBBBWKBHPwBal rAN EASY WAyI j to eet rlil nf and! of H m Indigestion sick IK-ad Jr ache Constipation till- I I r louancBi. flwrtbtirn ji Cramps prl Walnrlai jjf Disorders ttltnr I Hosjjfojre .eT LSI I L.BTV Jf flTHKXH -fiVlOOIl atks-kebud8. I m Try a bottle oday and H bo cflHYlaced. All drag- -: : "Tho nomocracy of Texas rejoices m tho bright outlook for Democratic victor In November. In the great na- tional conteHt to bo decided. Demo- crntic victory 'will be assured by pa- triotic action at llnltlmoro In naming candidates and In adopting a plat rorm or Democratic prlnclples.rcfloct- Ing an abiding confidence In tf ic right nnd capacity of tho peoplo (o rule; and thorcby secure tho btonBlnRB pi liberty protection of llfo hnd property equality beforo the law and an honcsl administration of publ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 May 1912

ip i-z "' r r'r V ' rr-r"m0fforrmtw m jrA4Huhkjm ABILBKK DAILY WOKTMt MAY 30 1013 M 0 1 1 j ll j. Ii 1 1 I III l 11111) it r i -i r I I l III i i ( ij-U- I. I I ! II IH " " . ( h- " ' ' ' ; JP S vt .. . h. . ti I "W W 4 . i t 5 k: i IV ft Ifi k 3 I. i: !? ;r r rft !w: SI fll ; fcl $ " MEETING GROWS IBUME FOR TITANIC DISASTER IN INTEREST (Continued from pftgo Ono.) r- moat Intrlcato undertaking that nnr Inininn being 1ms aver tried. Tho mind and pout of mnn Is less understood trfnn nny othor part of his holOg nnd ifhon you think yon haVo studied man out on ono line ho Jn only do- coylns you ofr In another direction and to bo nblo to reach n man's heart privately publicly by sonnon song or prayer I repeat. Is the most glori- ous thing In tho world; difficult bo- cniiso or tho Intrlcncyvof n man's soul; difficult because of tho various de- grees In which a soul may ho devel oped; difficult because of tho many environments that surround men and women. It Is hard to find tho real cause t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 May 1912

.!... .-.. T SESBKfiBii Jin jft "WWW w 4 v;. X. MT3 ' .ap . .' r ?5j'?f;"-T-"w " ' ... - ' 1 ".. GOV. COLQUITT visits n (ContlnuoU from Pago iJl (Ion until ho ontprcd tho 'rnco for Oovornor; tliat during the Isauo pre nontod on tUo constitutional amortd- mcilt tlint Jlldcn nnmnnv innlr in . tivo IntorcBtKir part Inh Uilt Campaign- --.- ...vM "unuii iu iuu nmiuy IIIU1KB of Btrcnpis In BOUth Texas and spent tlio tlmo fishing. That lid nB Governor Instructed th6 attorney general's clopnrtiuont to prod- ocuto social clnba for selling Intoxi- cating liquors to their mombcrs with out a liccnso; that tho social clubs wore convicted In the lower courts for bo selling Intoxicating llquora nnfl tlint tho enflq wob appealed and camo before tho ppollnte court and Judge Knmsey In n fine spun technical construction or the liquor law hold that tho social clubB bad a right to sell Inioxlcntlng liquors to Its mem- bers and Judgo Rntnsoy In an address boforo ono of tho social clubs of tho state boast...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 May 1912

I" o FAOBIEK mgMkMi MCCORMICK HURST PEEL 5 FEW Ml ME TO ABILENE MIRY 4r . - The high winds continue the ntmos- phcro Ib dry and Brorchlng to young vegetation nnd our grain crop In some localities nro frilling rnpldly. As n roault ot this Rome of the Inr- morB faces nro growing long nnd eonio of our hnslness nnd profession- al wen nro beginning to look verv ffravo. What Is tho rom'edy? Wo lir.vo no remedy. But Mr. Farmer don't bo a Quitter; ntlr your mulch; k'H the weeds If you have nny nnd keep rlirjit an as If you expected n bountiful liar vest Tho row crops arc looking well wJioro tlioy hnvo had proper ulleiu tlon nnd if yott will prepare a three sail mulch at first working nnd keep atlrlttg same every oluht or ton anye your crops will not suffer Tor eight or ten dayB yet Permit mo to Insist on your hr.ilng a well pulverized mulch as the sauw Is very essential in preventing eva poration of the moisture and pusfflns the growing 5Ef SpeMHAgent ATaylor Co Dl7?lnc: sallow co toms of f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 May 1912

ESS lifl.MyWlWjyiMl6Mwqw t &&. v-fW&am ap VI J? jL5lL .9 MEXICO MAY '' SEW PEACE A'ATIOlfM COJWhKgH sor HE AUI.K TO IIIIIXU ABOUT OJfrSA- TllhV OF HOSTILITIES. ' ? MADERO TO BE REMOVED II Js ltciiwrted If Oroxco Should lle CflUIllzc HmlNMnrv. ItnliuHcit mt Vint lo lllin. Miiilnrn Will He Tiikcu Out. F1Ili Annni'tnlnil Pmia . n CHIHUAHUA Mo'x. May 8. Tho protnlso of Gciioral Puscuat Orozco commander-in-chief of tho rgbol forc- es to recognize tho present nnnttomil congress in return for assistance In removing President Mailero from Mo office mny bo made tho baalB for tho ncgotlaUoiiB for peace In Mexico EmmlsHnry on WnV Oroxco Un-otllclal advices Iinvq been re eolved In this city to tho effect thni an cmmlssnry representing tho con trolll grout) In the congress is on Its wny to confer with Oroxco Mnilcro Mny lip Bcnioml. It Ib reported thnt the group repre sented lias ngrceu to proposo to proxco If he will rccognlzo tho congress the Congress will In turn remove Pros. Mude...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 May 1912

FR T fy 1 " !5Vr " - v-c' & rfw"ivi v Tt np' "I?' "" 1 lf 5 r Ki t4y iwt I I i iilHtill . i . i J I l.l ilii 1 f ' Ht .. TVyrvvvvrvvvrrvvvvywvvvvvyvvyyvvvvYvvvvvvvyyVvvv' - '' ' " ' ' I I I .1 II - Db vaut oivt WvtquH out exyMrc socc auii aBccUdmatTVaVa Tom fceitVvdtp&TlmetvWo mVt Via stt He tea. WrQfcVti vqix o out iVwrvaaV ftamTvotA Saka. V0o VnxYvi&t tv Vicst lUmwuvto Tvo. owu sVvoxl txi&s bum&Tvu m&tarVtAs tv as ojeat amouTvt q ar&ao as tvc&ta& Dress Goods Remnants of Silk Wool Goods Lawns and Batiste short lengths and full yardage of our best selling ma- terials at 6Tie-a3Yix& oft axvi Tve-sA "Erics - - . Ribbons in all Fancy Persian and Solid colors yide and nar- row width - - Oue-Yivvi Q aw& ue-ta$T?vje Percales and Ginghams from one yard to ten yard pieces included at - - GwoyJl ft 8rtV& 6xve-!U$ T?vce Embroideries of every width from i in. to 27 in. in pieces from 1 yard to full bolt length. ome of the best buying Embrojdery o...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 June 1912

r t r S cm i -lUeckln mwdm Z)c YOLUMK XXXI . ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY JUNE 4 1012 SUM Ml I f rw$f f mkm 1 iv GREAT EXODUS OF FOREIGNERS lirWUIKl'M OF AMKRlt'AXB AM) OTHERS FLEEING ViMM VllU !IUAIir.A AT FAST RITE. SH S Helleied (Jen. llfiirln Will not Allnrk fit) for Scleral Ba)s Rebels Short of Aiuiuiiulliou Say Tln) lire Getting More. By Associated Press. cimuiAHlJA mx. .tunc ft. or the normal foreign iiopulallon or two tluniHiind In thin elty.thoro aro today J only (inn liiiiitlrctl and bIx foreign resi- dents. Practically every foreign na- tion. Hint Ih represented here has lost Bonus ami In a ureal many cases n la ro iinrl of their population. The c -odun him atrected the entire city. nd the greatest jiart of It Is yet pnst. .t."i American Men IS Women. Probably the greatest exodus ftom the rliy Iuih been among the American residents. Or the one thousand who formerly until today dwelt hero onl !li'rt-flve men and twelve women r- remaining. Tear or Attack From Federal. The ullirlnl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 June 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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