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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 October 1912

t "V 4 r h- 1 B i HI WHY REPORTER SUMGXIFTIOK RATRS. Mr XmtlM (la advance) ........ .60 Ok Tear (Inadvanco) .$1.00 MX AWUCNB PRINTING COMPANY 1622 North Second Street. m second-claw mall at Abilene. Toxoa October 14 1003. Amt wreaeaufi reflection upon ttio clmrnclor BtutulluB tr rfn4Uoa of RBy person firm or Corporation which an? Wwr la Uio columns of T1I13 lUSPOUTEIl will ho glodlj corrected upon 11b tolng brought to the nttcntlou 9t the firm. TELEPHONES BoelneM aad Circulation Southwestern C7; Indoncnd- eat C7 Editorial Ofllco Independent 151. Bubscrlbera falling to rccolvo their papers rccularly will confer a favor upon tho management by reporting aatno to the buBlncBB ofllco. Phonca C7. ' & A number of gentlemen wcro discussing tho rising generation a few nights ago and what one of them bad to say waa worthy of consideration. In substance ho had this to say: MI)6ys begin to go wrong when they lie- gin to Btny out nt night. Of course U first they don't think so but after a wh...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 October 1912

r-rs; t s -V PAGE THJtII female More ffleroy Them M&fef" tSay Coh)ict Agent jf V Cunningham Who Transfers Slaie's frh oners. Student of Human feature. Hi 8fr IVIwwh. ..; ;hf spt'de is raorc ! PetitWiiUary Tmtiifor i lm who PWtlr p .. . r ih IT He Ik Hip jrehprnl jrttrHy lank nnv trouble" Cuntilng- "f' ww. "uttt mmr uudrg a hlif soon uftsr thw tirwii tit eomeef with the hsmjetied rrlmintila t from an expert-nctM eojivtei wljl of- ten trnuafbrni a fHrtueaijl nonlimit . iiiiiinfura Hrininininii' oil their way to prticrtt I f fMuiiiiiii h car 4i8 forty at one time. i uniiiiitlRm awne the 1 dfenratr with mow i' If uppMl tnmer en iSvpei lynrtC '. r RrtH$ Uf In both .lanfcdWWls nays t'tm in tt Vitvi WoftU jr- u tK hte uttly fcaft. 4 ihinjte he knows wlto 1 ham to Vim Joiir is-iHnfH'W Iwil he tfoemVt. StVip "WW a-rtfii- oft ti0-iiMr p W ffc-! en i "Mry lo rfni)rt-fW41 Jnto.Un-tiitpntji -orr of u IIIHIl (nmitfe A luiij in limisiir "Uy time ha works for a whflo t convict farm lici Iwmw to...

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 — 22 October 1912

page you H I .I. .1' I. V h M' A l I ft ht. i K i- ? in wc iMt mmhL Prom Sundays Dally: O. P. JoiniHoti of Park Toxna was Iiorc Hnttirdny. Alport (S Sponsor of Itnucti was ncm saturdny. 'Col Morgan Jonon hits' returned from n trip to tho Past. 1 4. Shields of Unllthgar iln lioro yusterdny. Mrs. Jorry Dlshmun left Saturday morning for iho Dallas Pnlr. Mrs. A. II. swuim left Bnturdgy -iirartiitlT gfbf (ho Dallas Ulilr. Dr. A. U Hamilton lort Hntnrday for tho Dnllns Pair. Mr. V. A. Hliiey and children loft Prlilriy nftornoon for a visit .Morhol. 0. Pooch of Doentiir 1 a vfsjtor In tho city. W. P Plynt of Anson was here Saturday- on busloosa. Mrs. Hthol Harry left Saturday mor- nhtgfor ii visit to tho Dallas Pair. Mra. V. S. Cannon loft tfntitrdny morning for n visit to the Dallas Pnlr Mr. K. II. Uoonq loft Saturday for tlio Dallas Fair ' K. 15 Groon and wf loft Friday night for tho Dallas Fnlr Mr. and Mrs A. W. Watson wont to Olstjo Saturday and spoilt the dny. Mis Margaret Tandy loft ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 October 1912

VAQM Mh COM CROP OF IE if II V I H 1 1 1 I 111 iii. it .. yfr i i...l rAmi nr rrx-ir-" jn vtt r.A iupr-Ml niihirrrn rnri w wrn ""' .'f'O'W JWhi-.tirod ilKItltUtAKLIH9iSS; wrisy. frCS.rvar sohi by t 1. r. .. !.- MUM. l 10. UUl U. 'LUlU K" X (if Texw will UwTt- !;... JF . ' . ortlr UtnlV lasM Jieinym WHMi ON HTAU imti unrntnn . WSa"'l"Mro . . T IT. WOttTl ' ; ruUoH Cr()r tor lite u it Hurt i luiiwr f jMjftns jMt t i n-tirlt Smjtli state tOTctary of 1. iurui. ; uulow tttwi iU4 Jut r- i m j from u (rip to tuft Imuoc near 1 tinunobe 'lxa. r Hmith snya that tt.lfci aectlou "iiiurj' vher hla farm la localvd .n.nit me nrnettrajly . tf ijntj(i of !!"-; maple and lii many cans ! ami oilier BUiCfr llnvt lifh iur- . ;i fur iturngo. . v Uuv yltdd Mr. Smith atntnil i la vciy hard to mnMir a c'oti' vHiive ultimate of Un avHiiAe W oi fttrt-lovattty. 'llitii. 'm aatd i.t- to tHB fact that tho ..rou has .: wry waited. It. &Hmt dttwtjt. ni one farm woufet tnafc an tfv.-r . 1 1 matt; ;than- half - ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 October 1912

PACHsnr n u Misfit Tailored Suits Our buyer Mr. J. K Ward has just returned from the Eastern Markets where he bought the largest and best selected stock of stylish Misfit Suits that we have ever shown. Tailored Suits and. Overcoats worth from $25.00 up to $45.00 we are offering at ARGAIN j At v $15.00 and 017. ir t n m JI mtr r h if- M '. k M? If Pf m- This stock embraces all the new weaves possible for high-class workmen to tun Why pay $30 or $35 for a suit when .rr.nn nr Sit m fVint ic pvprv Kif nc on j' j ..... . v.w.j v "r& jj ne 01 ine largest ana vear that you have ever 1 Hat that will just suit. you h iUCSl ad twedfe) x- t ' aiut at tm x V" & tfl $ 7t Sallrond Wi andMolpfs. Jflf r . MTUt.AniJiP . oupan qrone of the nirWn nndftpn tmirli li V VVA - A AiVM. I V W ft IftAVtXSB l ct the most stylish suits 1 ection will convince you. ;se stylish tailored suits letter. . r- . t -t r . -t- .11 1 T t T vaneurot btets.on Mats tor. ;rau and: winter ortunity to select from. : We ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 October 1912

AiS ssvs:. HL HERE INVOLVES OVER The People's Store Offers Bargains t Of a Kind and Character not to be overlooked by any Family Our wide-spread reputation for superior value giving has been enhanced by the unusually low prices in all departments this Fall. The very active business ofthepmst six weeks breaking all former sales records with us is proof positive of the popular opinion of our merchandise and ser- vice. You have much yet to buy before Winter.. We can assure you and will show you if allowed A- iALF MILLION DOLLARS Abilene Light and Water Abilene Gas and Abilene Ice Companies Sold To New York Parties KOaOOO BEING THE CONTRACT PRICE iin of the Public Utilities to Powerful New York Company1 Means Much to the Future Growth of and Prosperity of Abilene Extensive Ex- tensions and Improvements in View Kivo nnrt vnluabh alterations luiprnyu- intuitu ninl oxtonsions will Ho effect- ed lmmedIntol.' Tho publlo Utility compiwilort controlled by N. V. Ilulsoy & Co. have nlwnyn iu...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 October 1912

lOt J if fev M R I. 1 PACII EIGHT. liTTF Wh'iI:'hv 3VTessembVedvvA)DeVVT&aavcedVssoTVmus "Ditti vc&& so TexnavVabc axvA. amU aucx a-ootaVta 5MTTouxvd(QS Ms occasotv cau jb made tjsou. owe o c mosl vTO$ttoto& o e cax ' 3e a4)atAatcs o .WVmj verc xdWV be apparetvV ttAxctv viou see We 6Aspa$. 5ve cVioUt&t uts buUy Vtvlo ve maVvwcj o vaw& axftdc mv& e WtvVtvqs aM ummvccjs are Vr tacpVM nVVi ttc ualty o vc faxs. 3ve eoWecUotv Wta&cs "Stench Couej Etodxv UussVatv "WCVtvU "KaVuraX "B-cd 3XT Ti.xe UussWtv "ftear 5"WV.KaiTaWouTavw fcyytv. UtAtJUAJUt . iiaaja iiSSVVVVt'VSiVVVVVVVVVAAAAA "Summed &t4 T?Vauv S&s This Is ono of tlit most expensive Furs offer- ed. They arc ot conservative stylo and a rich color of brown mul ono of .the- moht du-able Furs offered. Tbia offering consists of the piajn ami trimmed sols. Prices j-tingo from WOMAN PUTS QUESTION 10 WILSON CMdreu's IftVsses 5w 5es Jinny new styles are shown lions this sonspn In Fnrs. Misses and Chil...

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

VOL. XXXI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY OCT 25 1912. NUMiEFt M FORK FALLS 10 BUM wiiii rit'Trm: f iuuk.mi.lis. sin way is opi;m:i to AHHIAMH'LL1. I Hull) Son Inns mid Turks Claim Pot. c-Iuii of Important Iimiii of Uu- iiiiluiifo nml .Moslem dun. uiiiudcr Announces .Victory. ( -Usocintod Press Mil IA Ut'LOAUlA Oct. 2l.-Klri. l .'itssth tho Turkish (own nrmud uMt have centered for several - nml far which n despisi'site rigid licon waged liy tho IJulgnriiiliw . t fmliiy anil Is how In tho pobsejisjoii lu Unitarian army. Opens i) to Adrluiioplc. Ihf possession or tho fortroHu Kirk. k w.scK opens tho way for the Hul- run unity to advance on Adrlano whli It la considered tin; moat - i if gle K)ftt of tlif wan fly cnj- n.K Adrinuople. thu Bulgarians i(d make possible an .attack on imtaiitlnople the capital of 'I urkey llcjinrt Dlsngroo About Kfurlil Iiitr- lv Associated Press. r.l'JiO.V f)ct 24 Servian and I'Msh reports disagree on tho rail tin of tin? righting around the im- on town of Kumntiovn ...

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

I TAxartfo "- k..k w& ' t v ( i J; iy ? ift p fr n SDMSU bun iUlftCRirXlOX BATES. ' MxMmUm (ta. Mvaaco) ..'...... .CO 0 Tear (lamdvaace) I LtO I Y ABILXNB PRINTING COMPANY 16i2 North Second Street - latere M MCOBd-olasa mall at Abilene Texas October 14 1D03. Any erroaeoaa rejection upon Ujo character Btandlng r repstatloa of any pcraon firm or corporation which way appear la tho columns of THE REPOHTEU will be gladly corrected upon 1U being brought to tho attention ef the Una. ' TELEPHONES; BuBlnea and Circulation Southwcatern G7; Independ- ent 07. Editorial Ofllco Independent 161. Subscribers falling to rccolvo their papers regularly will confer a favor upon tho management by reporting name to tho business ofllco. rhonea67. A CASE IX V01ST. Burrcll Ontcs a negro who eight years ago was con- doled In a Dallas County court of murdor'nnd sentenced to bq hanged Is still living and Ujo Court of Criminal Appeals' has Jliat overruled a motion for a rehearing following tho affirmation ...

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

PAGE THUIE Corn Selection lnm Dallas TlmeS-Hernld. n IM'-restlug uiklrt'BB was tlellv- . Monday morning at convention ii No 2 by F. . Fhtlllps on tho ar- i.ung of corn Tor planting prio- ihc address wan delivered bo- t r tin North Toxiib Nurmttl stu- (hnii of which Mr. Phillips wws once t ji nt Mr Phillips In now nsslst- (l( hi charge of tho ngrlcult'iirnl ex. nn-ion department of the Agricultur- al ami Mechanical eolligc Following i!u address of ftlr. Fhtlllps tho hcad- u .irlira of tho Nornml SUidcuta was h.'ui(l from tho convention hall to 1 ' ami M. booth for tho balance of iliv iiy. Mr Phillip In hit) address Haiti In art: Hit' aame renson that mnkus It i thrtiry to Holoet animals carefully i) raising Hvnstook ntao makes It s -.nary to Bu'cet seed corn caro- t ii if wo expect to gain tho grout hid at thq least possible ui- 1 o A good our of corn IniH n ton- nt iu reproduce itself; or in other unit- will produce Others like- It if tujullllonB nro favorable So. for 1 ntiHOii. onl...

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 — 25 October 1912

s ?Icsot7fr " ' "i i - ii i i i i i I . '- ft I . tl I k! V f fy. V 1 ' 3 u "k k this ( ! Jl. il . Aliilei S Doanj 8 very k h 1 bej V acrcf u cd l froJ quIScI veif p ' V -"j u LAWLER HUM E IS BURNED DOWN II AT 9:30 LAST NIGH From Tuesday's Dally. Tho homo of J A. J-nwlcr ir.38 Pforth Sixth street was burned down laBt night at about j;na o'clock. Tho alarm vtaa turned In by .Judge W. P. Mnbaffey living two or three blocks South ana tho Flro Depart- ment madq a good run hut tho entire building was enovoloped In flames when tho department arrived on the BCcno nnd. owing to n stiff breeze blowing from the North nothing could bo done to save tlm lnillillinr The family Was not at home .Mr-1 huhivc mm wnc naving union sup- per nnd stepped down to .Mr. A. p. McLomoro'a residence a block away when tho flro alarm was given. Tho building belonged to Dr. J. F. Alexander and was Insured with Motz & Curtis while tho household goods werd Insured with Chns. Mot? Sr. the amount being $1GO0. Teh ...

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 — 25 October 1912

k4 n -COUNTY COURT IS IN SESSION arJTC A NrXHER OF CIYIL AMI (UIMINAL (USES DISPOSED OF TODATE BY JUDGE. MAILING ELECTION BLANK (oiinlj Judge. Stops Long KhohrJi o- day to fornard a 1 hatch of Election HUnks to Vari- ola Parts of (Jaunty. trim Wednesday's Daily. County Court lino boon grinding t r Jty steadily until Ihla morning win ii Judge Hlodsoo atopped long ttiuUKU to Bend out election blanks ti (ho various election ninmvgura throughout tho county The following ciihcs have been dla. 1 1 Bed of Blttce our Inst report: Criminal Cases Tried. State of Tomb vp. Teodoro Vnl- cmra. violating tho locnl option 1a w I len of guilty And fined f 2JHind twen- ty flvo dno In Hotel Do Whalcy Stuto vb Bob Smith aggravated as- (niilt verdict of guilty nnd fined $25 and costs. State vb. Myguotto McWllllnms ng- rrV sited nfiBnult vordlct guilty nnd CtH'd $23 aud contB. Civil Cases Tried. Aloiander Sanitarium vo. ( M. Ilradlt'r. siilL'on npto dlamlBfled at the u: t of i.Uklntlff In case. r s Ooti ...

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 — 25 October 1912

'4 .4 1 1 t IV f : I il ft. t?4 V) PAGE SIX - rmrfsiwmr tw mm m w fmmrnmtim SBSSSSSm V ! Hi iPfv SJBSBBBBBBJ H isssssssVtaik'Lrf2 i&&SbibsssssssS BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSmS&iiXjBBSSSSSSSSSSSSyV Rla BSa Ol'R THIRD ANM AL I CATALOG I is here iusUoff Ihe nfcs yfl i y . si It is a work of araanl easily the f W finest jewelry calalojf published I in this section of titillate. f. jfl 2 A copy wilioe Irnalied tjfyou I immediatelyynponf rech itjf your H posjf &&( resisting Jone or m phdfwus.A il Slhwccrn 9G; Independent 448 B iRWBTl CO. i HDiieney exclusive ucwciers ajj I- J tm AimjvG the noys Hobu Mclncrncy is Sol-ding the Problem (BY LLOYD 11 THOMAS IX HOl'STUff POST J BSSnBSSSSlaBsBssssn?? 94!f jkYfGBw3ssssssssssssssssra T'n juvenile law whenever It lint lur'i n'JiipM'il. protect those boys mul giitr under in yours or nge nml In inany instances thia law Is atrotig nml -ives plenty of protection for i si j..iiiin Iiovh mul girls on the oilier hnuii. lli" boys mul girla muter 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 — 29 October 1912

sf'wigf MA p V oi.i mi: xxxi. CAUGHT IN THE T MHIIT POI.HTMAV XI'WTOY (AI'MIT YOI'MI HV SI'WlAY MUIIT I C 0 1 1 1 1 1 N 4 .' STOlti:. Mas Itolilnir IfiiiiHeir llui In nt Suit of Togs When Xenlon Appeared rpuu Hie Scene ami Nabbed Illiu llrvk In at Hoar. A young man about 2.1 years of ago and a Btrangor hero and giving IiIb naino at J. E. O'Rrynht was arrested Sunday night at about 11.510 o'clock by olllcnr M .V- Newton of tho Police Department whllo In McDavid Hros More on ChoBtnut street putting on h iew Het of togs and wiib placed bo- blnd tbo bars In Hotel Do Whaloy. An entrance waa ejected by put. ting such force ngaliiBt tbo rear North door iih to draw the wills holding tbo Iron staple through which a wooden bar wan placed to hold the double doom dosed The fellow wa Bttn on fihoc box in the North side of the .Mc David es- tablishment neaf tho archwav be- tween thfi two main buildings putting on a -pair of No. 8 1-2 nice now shoes already having put on a pair of new grey trouser...

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 — 29 October 1912

2BEEB8!mSmm3fE5ZZEZ r s. I $ r it IDE SMEKtY REPORTER N T AMimm PRIKT1NO COMPANY ' lWf Worth SecoHd Street i-ttafK m weeaa-chw wall at Abilene Texas October 14. 1003. SUBSOMItTlOX KATES. Six Months (In advanco) Ono Yew (In advance) . .r.o .11.00 Uy mwtoiM rofloctlon upon tUo clinrnctor Btnndlng r ntaUo or say person firm or corporation which tor Wr lm the columns of THE HEI'OIITI-Il wilt bo giftty poa 1U being brought to tuo attention X jfcwflra. TELEl'JIOXKS: BtMlaeM ad Circulation Southwestern C7; Indopond- Mt 7. Editorial Office Independent 151. Babwrlbem falling to rccolvo their papers regularly will ofifer a favor upon tho management by reporting same to the business ofllco. Phones 67. Jack Frost Is having a hnra time making n success- ful landing. Tho quail season opens November 1. Tho hunter Is denning up his gun and grooming Ills' dog. i i Help make up that 514000 deficit- Texas Is due tho National Democratic campaign commltteo. The woods are already full 0 men who willing t...

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 — 29 October 1912

PAGE TflREE . CLAUSS SHEARS MANUFACTURED by the .Claiiss Shear Co. of Fremont Ohiq the leading manufacturers of high grade shears sold ex- clusively in Abilene at this store. CLAUSS Shears Pruners Scissors Paper Hangers Case Goods Snips and Manicure Outfits J A C H and every article is fully warranted and if they do not give perfect satisfactionreturn them to us and get another pair. The Over Hardware Comp'y PINE STREET wmm ROC Pure Fat Healthy f 1 j fc j r & k - mi ft g CB fandl MPOUND f No Filler AKES ;ses Cattle Sheep Hogs. Helping a Woman Generally roeann helping an entire family. lier back aches bo she can hardly draff around. Her ncrveo are on edge and sho ia nearly wild. Hcadacho and Sleepless Tiess unfit her for tho caro of her family. Rheumatic Palna and Lumbago rack her Doay. uut ici ner caxo Foley Kidney Pills 'and all theso nilmenta will disappear. She will soon recover her strength and healthy activity for Foley Kidney Fill are healing curative Btrencthenlnpnnd toni...

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 — 29 October 1912

-taws r SMARTL Y GO WNED WOMEN C : r Women who dis- criminate and exer- cise shrewd judgment in the selection of Dress Materials have thisBtore abundantly able to satisfy their needs. Featuring and spec- ializing in the display and sale of Dress Goods wo honestly bcllovo Hint your own judgment of ina V Inrlnln nml vnlnna. will In. I - dc0 you to prove our abil- ity to satisfy job. If you demand tlio utmost In t)lc you'll find it here. If you seek variety quality and ncrTlce in the goods you buy you need look no further. Our Dress Goods Department Is conducted nlong lines that insure ab- solute satisfaction. FEDERAL COURT TO MEET IN ABILENE ON NOVEMBER 6TH Eventually you will use J Ask to see our fa- mous Sponged and Shrunk Serg- es when you ate here tomorrow. 50c to $2.50 the Yard. Novelty Woolens and Coatings St. 00 to S3. 00 the Yard r The meeting of the United Stntos Circuit court In thlB city Imfl iikiiIii been positioned this Unit until Wed- nesday November Cth the tiny after t...

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 — 29 October 1912

I From National Democratic Headquarters Chicago ftl'OKUHXAX NOT THU HULKH OP TUB MJOl'Ltf. (Front tho Now York American.) When Governor Wilson Halt! nt Car- negie Hall "I don't want to Iio tho ruler of tho pdopluj I want to bo tho H)oWcBinnn of tho pcoplu" tho Brunt audience chcored And llicn choerea ruul chcored ngnln . He hml itltcred tho must intimate word of thai Dcmoemtlc faith that IjIiuIh hint to tho electorate. In Wilson tho Democracy of Thom- as Jefferson revives and breathes again. Wilson In thorough lie refUHCB to believe that gome uiqn afi horn saddled nhd hrldicd. and others hooted and spurred. Democratic government according to Wllnon In not nn elective despot- it! in. tempered hy n Mme-llmlt. It la the organized energy and intelligence of tho whole people WUhoii iiiHlHtH that thin cnmpnlgn Ii u llfo.nml-denth HtrUgglo for real democracy that wo 'aland at tho pnrt- iilg of tho Wiijb. Ho Insists l)int Tnft t.hd HooHtvolt both draw toward an undemocratic kind of governme...

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 — 29 October 1912

SMA woh& &e StVes iia "Nqw 5-&2 Ko 5"uv& SlsraVievei Worn crimin cise in Dr r "MDe are &Vioyu$ a Wi&Vs "Kerc vti a&es Siofcsvfc asVuoxvabV abnes VeaWwrs awd VassSes Wva zxz wp o ve vvuiute. . in slant 4 25 TAN RUSSIA CALF WITH BROWN WHIPCORD TOP Fourteen buttons govoii top medium heel short vuiup medium high toe. Price ... 4 .............. . DUIJj CALF WITn GRAY WHIPCORD TOP -New recede" toe short vnmp. fourteen button height slant top of gray AVhipuonl. Price . .... 1 00 GRAY BUCKSKIN BUTTON STYLE New ntpdfum low heel short forepart full round too new .flat pearl buttons. Price r. .- ?' 59 CHAMPAGNE BUCKSKIN -BUTTON Medium low heel round' t oe short forepart fjnt pearl buttons to match regular seven inqh top. Price . . . $1 50 PATENT LEATHER WITH GRAY WHIPCC-HD TOP Short forepart pray Whipcord top. seven inches high; medium heel Full round toe. Price ..... Jj?-J 25 PATENT LEATHER WHITE KID TOP A very stylish button boot; white kid top with black buttons....

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 — 1 November 1912

fyt biknt Bmi'tXJuton Utpovttt VOL. XXXI. iiili;i: th.yas fiihky mv. I m M'.WHrK s. I COL ROOSEVELT A IIKMYKHH ADIIKKSS l MIW YORK FOK FIRST T1MK SIM'K IIUIMI SHOT. it i Ilcrlnrcx ProirrcHNhe Party Had Nov or Made Anj l'riniiio Thai Cull nut urn! Thill Hill Not ho ivepl to I lie Letter NEW YORK Oct. 30. Theodore ' "Roosevelt delivering In Madison Square Garden tonight his first ad- dress since (ho ono lit! doltvored Just after he wan shot In AHlwiUiKco on October II spoke a follpwB; Friends perhaps unco In a gonora- tion. not niori' often there comcB a chain i for the people or it country to play their part wisely and fearlessly in fome great uultlu of the nge-lotig warfare for human rights. To our fa- thers the chance came In the tniuhty U8 of Abrulu.Uu Lincoln Un) niait wlio thought and tolled antl Buffered ror the people with sad patient and kindly endeavor. To our forefathers tbt' i I.ance came In tho troubled yearH tbut stretched from the time when the First Continental Congres...

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