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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 June 1912

. I "II I .'" " !.' 1 I " ' ' ' I ' ". I 1 MRS. CURTIS AT 1 J iiivm IMIKHIIIKNT OF WOMAN'S CIIIUHTIAN TKMri:AN('i: I'MOX MAKKS AIHMIKHH. I VImu Take n Full Ont of Jnkr- Wallers In Address Hefn Hinnll Audi. ence Last Night lit t'lnyhiuiKe On North Second Slrett. From Tuesday's Dnlly To u Hiimll but attentive and en- thusiastic audience Inst ulglit at ih li-wul theater. Mrs. Nannie Webb Cur- tis president of the Woman's Cli'ls- ilau Temperance Union delivered a uyst ulouucnt and exuiaistl.'e nddross oiiifliiug upon the prohibition ijiies- (iii and Incidentally gne Governor ol'julit und .'nko Wol s a few i"N i .unlet! Jf bs. Tlic dlHtlngulsliei lady was (nt duwd by J. D. Handefer. president Simmons C'ollese. In what nln lieri untied 'tin- mo-si (liiiicni and iilliiKMitnry address she bad ee ii'lwil at the bands of anyone." Stic sold tlit tiroblbltlon ijiioHtton was u natlon-wldi- one. not confined to tin- South nor the United Suites lint which wag making progress In Knglnnd Germany Fra...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 June 1912

vcaroom mm. USES WB- m AND FAM1Y Vim. Hf iiHH4Hf? of BinmMIng Broth . ovmlifFiHy to Midland' tJ&slerday bltonp InV Iqsl one of hot most valued cUlscns hnd JiIh rnmlly In the removal of Mr. Will H. 8paulding to Midland whore lip will reside In the futurti and tnko charge or the Mld- Iflnd omco of Spauldlhg Ilrothcra. who arc In tho automobile business. Mr Bpnuldlng hnd llvo In tht cl-T for ninny years and hnd seen tho town grow from n rocre "tt'oslorn village to uio west toxob metropolis mat now oxifitB here Jlo wna once In tho plumbing business nnd In this ua well as In othor business enterprlsa lie lins entered he was successful nnd won tho highest respect nnd re- gard of this community. In recent yenrs Sir. Sjmuldfng In partnership with bis brother Mr John Spnuldini; has been In tlio auto business ngont for this section of tho country for tho Cadillac Auto Car Company nnd ad- vancing sales have marked the pro- gress of each year that Mr. Spauldlng has been In this particular o...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 June 1912

V i ABILENE YOUNG MAN WINS SEDOND TIME i.ii Honor of Helng Kent Urllled Umii hi UN Compiiii) ill A. & 3f. ' i olh'K' In the lnlo Contest. f vn linu been received in thin v or Hip l6tory or J V Anderson xtiilciio reared boy In military nf- of I lu Agricultural niitH Modi- i College ut llrymi. .Mr. Andor- m u Hon of Mi. and .Mrs. J.. ikoii uf this city. Mowing Ih nn account or tho mat n tlu dully prcsB dlBimtchcB: .U.LKOK STATION Tos. June 10. i the exercises ut thu Agrlcultu- .1 ltd Mechanical College of Texas1 ii this morning. the individual drill the iimnual rum only Ih lifted nnd tlio Ic8t ..I tniiu In tlio company Is Riven dnl by the captain of tlio compa- ihc jtidgCB of tlio drill ntis Cupt. idny and Lieut. IliirlcBon of Fort lltiiiHlon United Stntes army The uiiik were tbe winners In thi3 .Ml inn Company A V. K I lull- i San Antonio; Company R M ti AliHter of Paris; Coinimny C I'alllafcrro of Houston. Compn- l J W Ohlendorf of Lockharl; my ti J. V. Anderson of Abl- who iiIh...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 June 1912

"". " Slew's Sus Summer CXoWves o Sxxenov Quality "SVycetV a. "Bi$ Savvus Stylish well tniloretl Stein-lJjoeh ami Kirfiehlwiiim tili-wwii clothes in the best piitteriiR iiml coo) r.thrics ut prices that menu better virlues than you cjiii possibly lt :i in elsewhere. The regular pricon me extremely low I'ur duthes nf kiicIi' (inili(y'btit observe tlie uiit prices. NOTE THESE REDUCTIONS $2750 SUITS NOW 31.00 if-25.00 SUITS NOW S10.50 $22.50 SUITS NOW $18.00 $20.00 SUITS NOW $10.75 $1850 SUITS NOW $14.50 $15.00 SUITS NOW $11.95 Ke Svsk rVL$Xz vw tve Xe M14-. Summer ADs vate yixsl vecetoed Vj$ o&as eu- vesf smvfcTv D."E. SvsVi 5 o. Xizxa xe faY mvdsummev vas. ie live w$ oA&? ov svee ax& euevaV VvTv&ck-ao)A oeav. SVmeT cotvaws I from Z.z o &S.00. "0e ave Vaevu vem otv saVe a a jev special price. "Jo3ir evolce. LOCAL PS i iwrapwwJI 'Gunned MM HI I 1M AbW F u..i. .I. . t -y' :- WAST DATA OX LIMITKI). ('nUAS.JtjlflV JKUKIySA'tfTUfl.Mr !. I' m- m r - If mmm:rm4rmm'Fm iwi ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 June 1912

J Scmt-tllcchlij VOLFME XXXI AI1ILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 18 1012. MJ.HBKK i. f . . . t K. OF P'S HAVE MEMORIAL MEET VPPHIH'HIATE EXERCISES IX COtf- me'ioiiatuin of ni:A pytii. IANS HELO YESTEIIOAY. star of the West Lodge of TIiIh CII) ami Some VMlIng hhlghU nud llmi) Friend Lent Their Presence. From Monday's Dnlb: l'ln memorial Hirii'c.H nt the Cen- tral Presbyterian church conducted iii1it tliu auspices of tlii Star of the Wcki IoiIrc K. of I. of tlilH city yes- t. rday uioriiltiK wmh well intended nud wih a nioHt InturcBtliiK event. A spcclnl imiHlcnl program wax urrleil out under the dlrirrfoii of 11. 1' Looiicy and that feature was eir t n-ly In keeping with the Bplendld memorial sermon preached by Pastor 10 Harrison or the Central I'rcx- ivicrlnh congregation. The local lodge or KillKhtH of Py- thian uas out in a boil) and Its uiein- ln i-t were Heated on the Mist Bide of Mir henutlful new churcli hulldliiK Hrotlier llarrlwou wn In fine voice ml handled 1iIh HiibJ'g't In a maste...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 June 1912

ffvr .. u t . pu" i jiiM UU J- V J - There's a Good Deal of Happiness Inside of One's Income Don't Let Your Money Loaf Rut it at Work Drawing interest Those Who Wade Into Water- .- ed Stocks are Caught in the Undertow i f r he Our Saving Department Six Reasons for Saving And Some Good Reasons for Investing Those Savings in First State Bank and Trust Company i 'SAVING IS A SAFE GUARD Against Dabt. "Nothing Ahead" is Jus t about the same as "Dead Broke" .. GET AHEAD AND THEN WHAT YOU DO SPEND YOU CAN SPEND LIKE A KING If .vol! spend nil of your income yon are on the ragged edge of debt worry and forced economy till the lime The pleasures that one Imys with money due tin eroeer lose nil their zest. The inmi who is out of debt and wh has u surplus ahead in tin one who enjoys his'i'iifional indul; "iiccs to Hit utmost The man who Aaves part of his income is msur- . rd against debt and can spend t)ii remainder with a clem conscience. SAVING LEADS TO CAREFUL SPENDING A NICKEL IN A STREET O...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 June 1912

" "T '- 5 CONTESTED TEXAS DISTRICTS AND 8 DELEGATES AT URGE GIVEN TO TAFT YESTERDAY Col Cecil Lyon is Severely Arraigned by Frederick C. Bryan Taft At- torney Before National Commit- tee Saturday. "WRECKED REPUBUCAH PARTY IN TEXAS" Declares that if Roosevelt Leader in Texas is Allowed to Run Things for Four Years There Will be no More G. 0. P. District Columbia Two Delegates at Large go to President. Hy Associated Prcsfl f'HICAGO. ILI. June 13. At th- opening of the morning bchhIoii of the Itepiiblicnn N'atloiiitl Committee todav drnplte irotc8tH from tin Roosevelt members nil cdntestB were passed tem- porarily and the Vlrglnln delegates at largo were tnkpn up Lyon Hefore Committee. Col. (Veil Lyon Itoosevclt Campaign manager In Texas appeared before tin committee stating that lie believed that thro wo a teehnlenlly no contest from Texas before tho committee he llev.nl that the Tuft hrlofH wore not fil- ed In time Secretary Heyward announced that there wob a contest from Txo8 Col I....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 June 1912

I A hi .... ) i n hi J& ' ' Aut roui j'iitii'Br'P'f?""' '" rnAh Wofa sinnoa r.infhW Ladies and Gents Ready-to-Wear. Manv 6 More Days of Matchless items are included' in this th6 last six days of our June Round Up Sale. and You Will Not be Pissappointed Come Expecting the Your 4.00 Walk Over Oxfords in Tans and Gunmetal - - - - $3 5 $3.50 Walk Over Oxfords in Tans a Gunmetal .- -' - vm i jmi rtt' Ma MrVt tfi V J Mll rain few Mro9ftrof 1 m " 'Tg""""" '3J Iri w M JLm MMAMr svtVsr- MM J tsf Jp tb.yU " 1T npv nnnns J mambmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm J X TAYLOR COUNTY CANDIDATES Fit;rv-i'inti:i: county andjuii:. CL(rr CASMIUTK.S JIAVK COM- VLIE1) WITH THE LAW. TIME UP LAST NIGHT Stale and Counly Tickets Will He Ini- uicnsc and Contains About ISO Annies of Aspirants fur Office. County Chairman is. P. Hurdwlckc of thu Democratic ExccUtivo Committee has made up the ticket for this coun- ty iirltnnry July 27. ThpVstnto ticket lind the county ticket combined will contnln lfil nntnes which w...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 June 1912

; h K. OF P'S HAVE MEMORIAL MEET (Continued from Pago 1.) hAttft 1V iKutnHt u thousand. Hut tbo Christian Knight of today Iiiih the promise Uint "otto BhttU chaso ii tltoiiannd and two Bnall put ten thousand to flight. UU your courngo In fighting for tho right bo cuhbI to tho courage of Iho uiclont Knight. il. Tho ancient Knight bowed to protect tho Innocent nml helpless. The Pylhlnn Kulghta cIiUiub that tho brightest Jewels ho can gntlior nro tho tears of tlio widows and orphans. Your command Ih to visit tho brok- ii hearted to Booth tho Battering tutlier bury tho dead caro for tho Mow educate tho orphan bo chnrtta- i !. to tho erring nnd defond tho prln- i Ich of Knighthood nnto death. Pure and undented religion Ib this i lnlt tho fnthorless and widows In I'.ir affliction nnd keep yourself un- lted from tho world." I Tho ancient Kiitght stood for ..ntilne Christian liberty. So do tao i wtilun Knights strive to subdue par- i spirit and teach that there may be brotherhood between me...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 June 1912

"ff " Swd&Vt$ TMeeA Stows aw& Sta oo& Values vu Summit "JDeavaUes-5v5s ou "Ke.eA T&$. li!Lov Our entlro lino of Children's ami intones Dresses In white nnd colors offered Oilff week tit ... ONE FOURTH OFF Mndq ot nlco materlnlfl In tfil Benson's newest ntyles with pretty lace nhd embroidery trimmings All ' from Rtx to nftteeu year. SPECIAL JUNE SALE PRICE ONE-FOURTH OFF TCc values Infants nnil Girls Drosses ........ JJG fl.00 Dresses lii whlto nnd colors ....'. 75 $1.25 values In Infanta ahd Girls Drosses )-l $1.50 values In nil whlto and colored Dressen jj51 J 3 2.00 Dresses or wh'to and colored material Jj?l 50 J2.C0 Dresses hi most desirable styles . . Jjl SS ?3.fi0 quality Misses White Dresses at ...... j?2 02 J 0.00 ureiuii'H viiiuiuiuvi J mill iiivi- 11 iiiiiiirii ? tit You will find liore at nil tlmOB largo selections of all tlio different cheeks stripes plaids nml solid colors In bust quality DrcsB Glng- liams; also the lmlr line stripes and light patterns in...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 June 1912

F"F1f??FW .- VOLUME XXXI aihlEne texas FRIDAY JUNK 21 1012. NUMRER 49. ROOSEVELT SAYS FIGHT FINISH 11 "III 111 TO ELDER JESSE P. SEWELL IS HERE tHRIVES WEDNESDAY FHO.U NAN VMJEI.O TO MAKE ABILENE HIS FI'TUllE ROME. A Hrklilcsl Prosperls In History of Hip School - Mini llHtilrlFH Coming in Dull) -Eurjthlng Being Pin- ceil In Slifp Shape Order. 1'nun Thursday's Dally. I Ider JcHse I. Sewell who comet) ' inn San Angelo from a Pastorate of wn years to become President qf the Mulfiu ("lirlHtlnn College arrived !n I'n city Wednesday and hit family will r .ich here this nftcrnoon or FrUlay. The comluj; of President Sewell fm-aiiH that hla father and mother's i imlh will also move to Abilene at iM i'. and while San Angelo hua sus- i uin-d a dlHtlntt Iobh Abilene linn m.iilc a grent gnln. for them? good pco- i ! ill add greatly to the moral and jiiiutlonnl forces otn our city. Abilene Christian College 1ob been rK.nileil on high ldcalfl and iilaced ii a foundation that gives It recogni- mi h...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 June 1912

'SBHEEKLY REPORTER T AHII-UHIO PRINTING. COMPANY -tftAart m second-class mail at Abi- lene. Texan Octobtor H 1003. 8UD8UIUPTI0N: OaolTeiir (In ndvnuco) . f 1.00 Six Months (In ndvanco) .... DO II Jinu been only side show exhibi- tions nt Chicago but the big clrcuu will probably opon today. . Don't wait until nn offleor culls ui- on you to comply n every 'detail with tho ordlnanco regulating closets. Let's not fnltc until Sliumonn Cot lego Is supplied with tlio 11 ended now building. This should bo out) of thn ' accomplishments of the present yeurT ; ivhy m Tho desirable citizens help keep ' iho city "clean by a far ns is within ; his power abstaining from throwing rcfuao materials into tho streets nl- loya or on vacant lots. reaching Abilene will dhow Hint wo nra from 12 to 24 hours abend of nil in giving tho nown InAbllono nnd this scctlott ami will show that our iiqwh Is porfeqtly rellablo nml correct. It comes by wlro frdm tho Associated Press tho grentCBt and Most rcllnblo nown ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 June 1912

K ENTIRE WEST RFTS WFTTINR TEIWPORARY in mm m r 1 M 1 j SLOW HAISH I'lJLI L.ST NIGHT TllMMUT COl'.NTY (MtVlSIIINO IT LIKK A II1.ANKKT. EVERY BODY Loriil Weulhor Hiireuti HcgMertd H" of an Inch Wlilrli Added lo Pint Itulii Mnnilii) .Horning Makes It WO IiicIim. From Thursday's Dally. Everybody 1h wearing smiles toilay mi account of the ruin last night which began to Tall slowly sit dark and kept it iii practically all night UiiiH allowing the moisture) to go down Into thu earth an It fell Tlic local weather bureau roglstcr- imI at daybreak thin inoriiliic .ST of an Inch making the total for the two rains oxnetly 1! Mi Inches. Including thu Moiulii rain thu en (Ire West seems to (ihve been cover eil like a hlllllUet flom PlnillvlfW ami Lubbock to Han Attgnlo and flom Ft Worth lo Colorado. Where It Hnliied. The Southwestern Telephone re- portH good ralilH at jhe following points - Hohy Sylvester. Ovalo. Roscoe. Colorado Uum-wi Call. Sweotvvatei Htiyder Pliilnvlcw. Lubbock. Fliivnna lla...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 June 1912

tai rotri. CAIN OFTEMPER FIRST INDI OF CONVENTION IS SHOWN I Gov. Fort Shouts "Shall This Body Prolonged Shouts of "No". ' TAFT MEN mWlUD ON TEST Chairman Rosewater Rules Out of Order The Demand for Amending Temporary Roll. Roosevelt Delegate Carrying Out Plan Previously Adopted. M M iS 'i 11 ASHOC1ATBD PnESS ! pll'CAClO ILL. Juno 18 The Nntlonnl Republican Convontlon oiicncd its doore thin morning at two minute past twolvo o'clock nmld n groat l confusion and hubbub. 8ovornl detachments of pollccjnon woro at onco dis- ' '. trntcbod to different parta of the house and order was restored at flfteon " niinufcB paBt twelve. Thcro was plenty or excitement around thq various headquarters all the 1 S moraine but tho hubbub about tho RooboYcU hcadipmrtcrB arose to a deafen ing clamor nnd Increased oftentimes unUl practically nono of tho others could bo heard. Delegates without tlekots of admittance to tho hall mado a great uproar and scores of them announced that they would march in a body...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 June 1912

'vf-jnf 'mwr'T ir ' rr.- s TAMTVM u LOCAL m 1 run TuoHdai'n Dally i .ip( Hud Mrs. V. II. AndorHoii oT i . i v spent hist nlRlit nmi tOlny In nty visiting tholr mm nml his Mr ami Mrs. (Ion H Anderson nraiiKo utroct. Mrnnd Mrn Au- .. n c .lino to Ahlloti from Hun An- wheru they visited another boh inn -nlfn .Mr. ami Mrs. Vlctor.An- .iu and will lcao Wednesday miiR fur Unshod whom thuy will a third hoi ami liln family Ik. rctiiriiiiiK tu tliclr home. When lift Klshor county Id was dry In arc delighted to learn today magnificent ralmt fell over Iho (oiintry hut night. San An m iiIho dry when they left but ml rain foil tlituo a I Bo. .1 .A. Huinuuirhlll returned Hie east yost entity where lie i. Sunday preaching. h liyhernla Price and littlo of Sut-etuntbr nrq guests of Iter Mm J. A. Doyec r !; L. Anderson wlio In JuhI frf'in a trip to Itlllghoro and i hiiu grain Ik threshing nut 'in iv o.'itH from Tin to 7f IuihIu'Ib ii wheat from 2u to IP) lmt ii if buffering ami will ttr.ike fine i 'i...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 June 1912

FT' Hn i i a f.i i 7e- e f ".a Kr 13 K IHv f t;rr !! -' :i L? x ? 1 15 i 1 y j n i . ? vwc tcaVj T?fice& &oo&")aYues.u "TootWTVQ EqvxVpmcTA $ov Jovt V)acaVum Trunltn Hngn nnd Suit Canes .that will tifaml tlio "rough and tumble" of tho trip. Tho qualify of tho material ami workman ship is up to tlio highest point atnl tlio prices ore lower for I'kc quality than dBowhore. Several rucont shipments of Trunks and Hans places this department In tho forefront In variety of styles. Tho prleert wo are nuntiiift tills month will ho of np.clul Intercut to vncntloniats. " f 1 1" 1 o Natives Us & &eavimew some sVexvAvi xe axvi xsix aWv&cVwjfc as vci vaue vtv vce up o 51.00. "Dc avo m&Vuv a jootv4ot- faAVu. o uce cm vcse vas 3V SpdaVOT Wvvs Deek Sec "NDVevAoto "Dsai "Mteu's Smis a Se&& Itactacftcms Including Steindlloch and Klrsthlmum makes in nil wool rubrics. I27.H0 Suits now JJ53X 00 '-0" auM now $1 75 $2."..00 Suits now... f2li.no Suits now... S19 50 SIS 00...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 June 1912

0 fl)g Slbiletii gmfrtPiefelg Hep vourxK XXXI AI1ILE.NE TEXAS TPESDAV J!.V $5. 1012. NUMBER 4f. WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT REPUBLICAN NOMINEE na IS NOMINATED BY FOLLOWERS - - -o- HOLD MASS MEETING FOLLOWING CONVENTION IN ORCHESTRA HALL Vote Resulted in Five Hundred and Fifty-Nine for Taft and One Hun dred and Ninety for Colonel. SHAN NOMINATED NT Name is Only One Presented and Wins by Larger Majori ty Than Taft. Platform is Reported Adopted. Containing Many Important Planks. Special to The Reporter. CIIH'AHO II. I.. J urn. 22 AVIIIIimi Hownril Taft was nominated liv the Itt-rmlilicnn National Convention at twenty nilnutCR after nine o'clock to night Ills nnmu woa presented by W. C. Hearing of Ohio mill John Wunn maker The vote resulted five hundred and fifty-nine for Taft and ono hun- dred ami nlupty-two for Roosevelt two hundred nud thirty-eight rcfiinluc to tote. C'ltnimlnn received soventeoii. LuFollelte lorty-ouc and llughci twenty-three votes. ROOSEVELT IS ALSO NOMINATED. Pol towing t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 June 1912

1' A i X Vi mk two -4. .". kit Hi- I 'I $fe IVi A . SEW-WEEKLY REPDR1 mt ABILENE I'ltlNTINa COMPANY jMred s BOCona-ctasB mall at Abl lone Toxne October 14 1063. SUllStiltllTION: Ono Year (lu advance) ......i..i'l.0u Six Months (In ndvtinco) ......i. .GO orrunoou tfcttuouou upon tno Wactor standing or reputation ol nay person firm or corporation which 47 appear In the columns of Tno Reporter will Ijo gladly corrected upon its bolng brought to tho attention of urn firm. XLLL'L.iONliSt uilncsu and Circulation Sduthwos- lar 67; Indopondcnt 67. Editorial (Wlw Independent irL ricnso deliver tho Baltimore conven- Alon from being swayed or Influenced by "Crown of ThornB" BpocchCB. m ' ' Condltlong nro not bo black nB hnvo 'been painted. Head the statements of Ablleno'a banking institutions ap- pearing on another lingo of this pupof to'-day. tm t - Tho palmist who reads tho Hues of the Ilcpubllcun party's hands will say; 'You nro going on a long Journey and you Will mnct with a disastrous wr...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 June 1912

FAM BOND ELECTION lARRKTEDON CHARGE SCHOLASTI& ' 23TH aair . CENSUS 1912 1 1 " it III 11 1 1 1 I ! w I on that n4'r' iiii.i:i: rmzirxs ' WILL PASS O.N rOXMU'TIM! f kid it imiOim ami ktiii:i:ts 30.000 IS ASKED l.ffnrlH to lltnc Lights I'lnnd on Sim- in mm ( iiiiipiis ami In I'mnt litir. 'Iii'm Huliig Poniard City Uvts l.'J Per IVnl liilcroil. From Friday's Daily. At the regular fllv commissioners meet yestordnj urteriinnn. Major II. N Kfrby and nil coinmlERloiierii were present. t'.ty Kugtiicer Leonard reported (hat lit' and Coiumtijsloncr K')n h.ul ruiiHiiltcil with Mr Su.-imoi f (. Abilene Llglu i(). in r. Kuril in llglii l.ig Uio chinch Iiiib and the Cnuipiiit i.t Sin iiioiiii College mill he hat) nuit an urt-r in turiihvti a l.M nwdle .ow- r light til Ihc corner or Hie varloii- church JotH of the city tu lie burne; only meeting nights for $1 per m u. lor each IlKlit. am In addition to ih.u would pay .. toward piirehasfn.; Hi posts for same. On the antpn oi SIllllllOIIH Colleg...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 June 1912

DRUNK REBELS ROB AMERICANS HANSOM OF $IWWH WAS HKMAJf. I)KI BUtf CKA8K1) OWIY WHEN THKV GOT $1800. Fearing Jtcprjrfftln'of Insurrccltm Af- fnir Ha Neon Kept uici unit no l'liiiiintllnn Has Bct'ii Mnde of It. EL PASO Juno 24. Ah Interesting incident has ceme tp light today. Re- cently several American citizens In Vclnrdlnn near Uio city or Torrcon Mexico wore formed in a lino unci forced to stand up against a barn In the town liy a hair dosen drlnk- crazed rebels. St shoe'ers wcro brandished In tho face of the Americans nhd threats of ttiiuiiiwry execution wcrtf mndo bv tJie rebels unless a million dollar ransom was forthcoming from the prisoners. The revolutionists abandoned their orgy when three thousand five hun- dred dollara was given thorn and they left the seeno without delay. The Incident hns Just come to light today and tho first inkling of It has got out Tho Auierltrans feared re- prisals If thoy published It any ear- lier. INDORSE COTTON HOMHNfi I'LAX. Members of TcsH iVclf...

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