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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 26 May 1911

f TEXAS WILL NOT GO DRY TIME IS' NOT RIPE YET Onlncstillo lawyer Srtjg Confusion Enough Exists Victory Tor AiiUs Predicted. D. A Scholtman esq. an attorney of Gainesville who spent yesterday In Ab- ilene on business loft oyer tho Texas & Pacific nt noon today for his home via tfort Worth and Dallas. While n the city Mr. Scholtman Btopped nt the liotel Grace. Texas Will Not Go Dry. Admitting that his homo county will return a lg majority for statewide prohibition In tho election of July 22 Mr. Scholtman predicts that prohibi- tion wll bo dofcttted ovbr tho state by a majority of fifty thousand. "Texas is not yet ready for such n radical change" ho said. "Our state Is more or less in a chaotic cohfused con illtlon owing to tho changing of govern- ors gubernatorial politics tho repeal of old laws and enactment of new and tho present unfortunate status with regard to tho railroads. For these reasons many voters Will poll their ballot against statewide prohibition be- cause they boli...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 26 May 1911

Ml SIX I V hi r i lORIMER AFFAIR HAS PRECEDENCE FAMOUS LEGISLATIVE SCANDAL CaYJExY ItlGHT.OF. WAY IN SENATE 1EW INQUIRY IS IMPERATIVE Senate ITiiKcmI on Tlint Proposition Rui How to Begin nnil Conduct Investigation Apparently Worries Senators. By Associated Prcsa. WASHINGTON May 24. The Lorl- satr case which occupied most or Uio Same of the Senate during the Inst reg- ular Bossion and thus became a mate- rial factor in bringing about an extra session again haB taken procedure In the npper halls of Congr6ss over other bending legislation. "Never beforo In ftlio history of the Senate so many of 4bo Senators declare has one single incident such as the election of Lorl- mer to the Senate so divided the uonse within itself and been the cause of as much bitter personal nntagon- fsm. Every member of the United States Senate has his convictions one way of the other and when the big fight comes it will be the richest story"the correspondents have known j&i a long time. The Senate members...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 26 May 1911

TAGti SEVfcJf JtROUt BUSINESS VS. Li IKING sl'IiJJCH OV 1VWODKOW WILSON AT .MINNEAPOLIS MINN. TO CLUIJ MKtfnEItS. ENTERTAINED AT LUNCHEON l'liltlielly Club H Host to Presidential possibility; Gov Wilson Snycf Linv Jink I lit' Is Confusing ami Tricky Business. - ftv Associated Press 'mNWISAPOCiIS MINN. May 21.--Gov. Woodrow Vilsbn addressed the Public jty Club of this city at luncheon to- day; Governor Wilson devoted most of 'his address to a dlscussionor the connections between business and leg- islation speUklhg particularly about the business Interference with legisla- tion which has created some of the worst Influences in our recent politics. He said In part: "The modern world is of course a business world. A great many of the older and more fundamental questions of our politics wo regard ns Jong ago settled. The business of politics is newndays a business of adjustment of meeting new conditions as they arise nnd making law suitable to our chang- ing life. The most remarkable and...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 26 May 1911

I'. 'i i ii? i u n.rAGE EIGHT SedaV SaVe Q ' ZI 1. ' 1 SPECIAL . Ganw6Mk L . i Dauv IftraYta "Vlw&OTmaY 5ot Wis vv.ue linta &oybms aw4 SVdrVs Complete assortment of Gowns nnd Skirts made or sheer quality Nainsook elaborately trimmed in lace and Embroidery." Values up to $5.00 CQ QK SPECIAL 4)J UJ ASSORTMENT OF GOWNS and SKIRTS mnde of crossbar and plain Muslin. New 1011 designs of lace and Embroldory Trimming. Values up to 09 QH $4.Q0. SPECIAL . $3 Lj PRETTY SHOWING OF SKIRTS AND GOWNS All new numbers and best values up to $2.50 flj'f TK SPECIAL $1 I J SPECIAL ASSORTMENT SKIRTS AND GOWNS Lace and Embroidery Trimmed. Durable ma- (Jn torials. All are C5 and 75 values. SPECIAL 43 li TJuwcess SYyps LACE AND RIBBON TRIMMED PRINCES SLIPS ranging in price from $2.00 gradually up to $o.50 all specially price for this underwear Sale. One special assortment of all sizes. frf) Qfl Values up to $3.50 SPECIAL tpZ UU CORSET COVERS -ISD DRAWERS Most desirable line of corset covers beautifu...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 May 1911

' ABILENE SEMI REPORTEI VOLUME XXX! AllII.KNjB TEXAS T&SDAY MAY. j0 jU. NUMBER 6. -WEEKLY PLOT REVEALED 10 OVERTHROW MHO VILJOKN AND OROZCO LAY HAKE CONSPIRACY AClAINST THE PROVISIONAL OOVT. AMERICAN IS UNDER ARREST W F Dunn Charged With Conspiracy; Gen. VHJocn Receives Mysterious Message from Mexico City Signed by "Addlfo." By Associated Press EL PASO May 29. A plot revealed Inst night to .start' another revolution in Mexico by overthrowing -Francisco Madero and corrupting Orozco and Viljoqn Madero's generals continues to be tho day's one great sensation In the insurrecto camp. Madero Orozco and Viljoen were In consultation this morning and are- believed to haVe laid their plans for capturing all the plot- ters against the provisional govern- ment. It has been learned that on this ac- count Madero has postponed his trip to Mexico City. It is said ho fears an antl-Madero movement In tho north more than assassination In Mexico City. American Alleged Ring Leader. W. F. Dunn an Ame...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 May 1911

W t yr?6vmflpfls9f i ""BWSf1 "jW VJMHjH wfSWPf WlWWf tyj 3?"!!WPnfjT i rAOE TWO t r'lj!?WW'WSyWVl fjUHHWl ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER BY ABIU2ND PJIINT1NQ COMPANY. toured aB second class mall at Abllcue Tca October 14 ions SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Bm rear . thcMntha $1.00 . .50 fitters pertaining to business stiould :e addressed to tho lpir or some particular department and not to Individ- Mil la tbclr absence their mall will Lot bo opened. "checks and pastoffice and express order? should be paynblo to the ABILENE PRINT IMQ COMPANY THE OLD RULER AND THE N'Etf. fnlwclberB falling to rrcelvu tneir pabar rdgnlarly will wafer a favor upon the management by reporting came to the business office All papers should be delivered by 1:10 each afternoon and It delivery is not m&ae by 7:00 Nloclc p. m. report same to tho business ofca. fcM erroneous reflection upon the characterBtandlng or 'Vtttatlon of any person flru Or corporation which may iViitar in tho columns of The Reporter will be glad...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 May 1911

PAflE 2HBBB. PORFIRIO DIAZ RESIGNS HIGH OFFICE; SUCCEEDED BY EX-FOREIGN MINISTER i a- Scene is One of Great Splendor New President Escorted to Chamber of Deputies By Members of Old Mexican Cabinet. REJOICING IN MEXICO People Loudly Acclaim Allegiance to Madero Government; Diaz' Downfall Though Dra- matic Is Apparently Welcomed by All the People; Deposed President and Family Will Saii Shortly for Europe to Spend Re- maining Days in Seclusion; Capital is Quiet Again. SHRINKAGE PREDICTED IN SCHOLASTIC POPULATION Totnl Number of Children Between Ages ai 7 nml'17 In Taylor Conn- ly Won't Reach 0000 By Associated Press. MEXICO CITY Mexico May 26. "The King Is Dead. Long Live the King!" The old adage is peculiarly appropriate at thl9 time in this repub- lic.. Thn old recline baa ceased to exist. The new order of affairs has begun. DE LA 1JAKKA IS PRESIDENT OF MEXICO Senor Francisco do la Barra Mexican Foreign Minister and ex-Ambassador from the republic of Mexico to the United States took ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 May 1911

TMWFOUIt . ' ;' -"; ' !' i i i i ' . '. THE FIRST STATE BANK & TRUST CO. THE BANK THAT APPRECIATES YOUR BUSINESS THE GUARANTY FUND BANK TpJpHP mmmmm immm 'WW " - u -- ' '- I TELLS OF FIGHT WITH 1 IliS NEAR FT.M'KAVETT The following very interesting at frequent intervals. Wo had camp--w-i. nf n fiht that occurred sev- ed among some largo rocks or bould- crai years ago near Fort McKavett Isteis which offered us a splendid de- sent' in for publication. It hears the fensive position and we were non yn- Biraature of "Ex-Confederate" but In easy about the attack in the morning style diction and other qualities ot.unlessMt was an unusually large par- vrnnA mmnoRlton. it has all the ear.iy marks and side hip and shoulder hrands of that grand old veteran sol dier ranger poet essayist and pub Heist Captain Taylor Thompson the Confederate Home at Austin. A SIEGE AND A RESCUE "I want to be an Injun With a tall commanding form And steal a U. S blanket To protect me from the storm I want to b...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 May 1911

TIS9EBVSMHP7?Wr-.SN T Jy '-nC'r ' Tr A4ll FtTK nnv SWALLOWS LYE AND IS SERIOUSLY BURNEtf nun uiuiiy ami it ItioUs this evening ns If wo would got It too. -..- v..r ni.i Sn nf .t. v. iiiiid. p J. Tl!0 Sftntft r Company Is ttf ecll .inu ..... - ":; ;;iL;" worthing Light MHcf i North of AMlemi Has Narrow Escape The two year old son of Mr. ami Airs. .1. 13. Mills living eight iiiUcb north of Abilene who was Bcrtously burned in the month ana throat Frl- dov was reported tins morning as out of danger and slowly recovering. The Httlo boy swallowed a quantity nf lve at bis parents home Friday. His mother bad been Bcourlng a floor nU had loft a bucket of lyo lying In he child's roach. Ho swallowed a big mouthful before bo was discover.) pil jji. jyiiiwum .i j-ujiu ui iiiiiiMiu was summoned and throughout Frl-; day apd Saturday tho sufferer was In .igoiiy and In a dangerous condition. j. I f I TEXAS INDUSTRIAL NOTES J I y. : Texas City -is to have a $50000 ho. tel. Work was begun on the struc...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 May 1911

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 May 1911

" "T "T&.1 lf K' rAOE tUEflff fl NANGIAL SIHI 0 I ROADS FUND NO. I TAYLOR COUNTY The report of County Treasurer J. V Christopher to tho Commissioners Court on the Hat of recolpls and dis- bursements of Rond District Fund No. lf l'rcclnct No. i Taylor county haa We ii approved by T. A. Bledsoe Chair- man of tho Court. The report shows the total bond fund to havo been $151- 405 total expenditures to dato $10- 1)08 DC. and balance on hand $110-ll)0.-01. Speaking of tho report County judge Blcdaoo said: "Of this amount expended about $10- 000 lias gone on machinery tools scra- ) pers fresno roau" wagons fuel cem- ent etc. and about $2000 on bridge and culvert material leaving $28000 spent on the road work proper. Some twelvo miles Of good roads nave boon completed and in addition ten miles of Biib-grado prepared for road materi- al and BUiilcJeht rock baa been corded for tho crusher to1 complete five hilles of additional road. Tho latter work which lias been done and paid for makes ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 May 1911

MAE EIGHT mmmmimKmmmmmmHmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamMmm CONEY ISLAND SUFFERS A $3000000 LOSS BY FIRE Dreamland Park is Completely Wiped A WANT AD. May Save You Money in More Waya-Thati One TryaWnm Ad OUR GREAT MAP OFPKllT" mi t It MAwdnn Va tiw TmWy o 'Swim o& & Pm 'VBtofr -''''' " ' ' ' .- fr vs vo motvtti xdVvwv sVwot mVitte aw& YvVm JiMm xnVVV toe Vvo catt xotou swutuOTtf m&UvlaVs tnWV toe mosW soviftv. "Db vae awUcvpatca vs tv Wis spWava assortment tf qaxmxAs axva maevas oftevea tore Vl& WeV. 'Vvc scVccVums emtoace a cotwptoc rac tf Tofte frWvcs ot cvjbtvj 0TS0Tva. Tuaea as rac as vcadAo-XDwaT qaxms vxv a xnowacvfrV )anc o iattovxvs awa sVos. vssamo5ovpoTluwcVvmcoWiovav.v maw tcceuV sVvmwvs oi MOVvtte Sooas slacks arc woxo a. VvaVr best "WvWi a VoxnexXwo uces ie mowey samw atoauVases axe m&wa awa wvpovVaxvV. .See xnvxvaoxD dvsvVaxiS far some o We "Qe Sae ttems 3.0Mwews av& WoevsSeeXaVs 27 INCH FLOUNCING. Swiss Embroidery durable edge a good assortment of p...

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 — 2 June 1911

n if'f-r ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER ABltlftB TEXAS FRIDAY JUNK 1811. YOLUMEXXXI NUMBER!. W i'i 'J tf j UP. OFFICIALS STOP IN ABILENE GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT EVER MAN HEADS TARTY ON WEST ROUND SPECIAL .1' I 1 llttl ARE ON A TRIP OF INSPECTION Party Spent Ten ailnutod Hero and uns Met at Depot by Local Bus- 1 Incss Men Mayor HIrby ') Complimented. J! -.a n J Xt'Bfcl A special train carrying a party of prominent T. & P. Rv. officials passed through here thiB afternoonmeetjng the delayed noon train. In the partywere J. W. Everman General Supt; A. G. Whittington Division Superintendent; Ji II. Hlllls Assistant Superintendent; J. Y. Burke Road blaster and Mr. La- bardie private Secretary to J;he Gen. Superintendent; Tho party is on a trip of inspection over the road.' They were here aba ten minutes. Mayor Kirby J. M. Rad.- ford G. L Paxton H 0. Wooten Hen- ry James E. M. Overshlner and many other prominent citizens were at the station to meet the distinguished visi- tors Mayor Kirby ...

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 — 2 June 1911

3?' W tim two AD LEAGUE ENDORSES DIX VERSUS TIM IS SITUATION IN NEW YORK POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE VTO3 FAMOUS RANCH PQETIS' VISITOR IN ABILENE LnmfM Chittenden Formerly of Jones County G"08 Mr Rnd Mrs Geo. WTfc Coats After the Fire THE WEST TEXAS FAIR WERE MKRRlEfr 'TODAY M "Larry" Chittenden famous ranch poot nnd ono of tlio boat known men that ovor lived In West Toxns 1b a visitor In Abilene the guest of Mr sm.l Mra. Gob. W. P. CoatB in Alta Vista. Ho will leavo this ovonlng for his ranch In Jones county near An on. Mr Chittenden's homo at present 1b on the Bermuda Islands In tho Atlan- tic runt of tho CarolinaB which has become a famous resort for literary folk. Tho one-time cow puncher and writer of ranch verso has Bottled down to a quiet life on tho Islands bb a lit- erary man of loiBuro. All of the pioneer citizens here re- member Larry Chlttondon aB a rollik ine cowbov in tho early days whon Abilene wnB a rough and ready village Mnnv of this clty'B ancient landmarus have boon Imm...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 June 1911

TAflK THRI1 waiaeMmLmwmiaMmuJm MMmx THE FIRST STATE BANK & TRUST CO. THE BANK THAT APPRECIATES YOUR BUSINESS THE GUARANTY FUND BANK """WfcW fci WMJMJ . ADMINISTRATION BUILDING COOPER TRAINING SCHOOL Stockholders Meet and Arrange For Immediate Erection of A $10000 Structure By the action of the stockholders In called meeting yesterday the now and better Cooper Training: School will bo oomo In the not distant future a real- ity in person or by proxy the Btock holders In this educational Institu- tion nssembhled at the court houso Tuesday afternoon voted to erect an administration building on a site to bo selected today at an approximate cost of $12500 and to commence work at once In the next thirty days If possible. A purpose of the meeting was to elect trustees empowered to select the site' to arrange for tho advertising of bids and to secure a. charter. Sena- tor John Bryan E. G. Batjor and Bob- bin Jones were elected trustees. The now trustees went out In an automo- "bllo this ...

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 — 2 June 1911

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Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 June 1911

iMiWiiwiiiiMlyiKtidiili'irijLiliiw(MijBiTWi iiuj!rwMj3B page ms : ? THE BEST OF ALL PLACES To Select a New Suit is Here ' V y "Y h r ST in CopyritUt Hart 8ch.iiruer& Mari MINTER DRY GOODS V- MEXICO FOR MEXICANS WILL BE MADERO PLAN Alfonso to Join Family Party on Way to Mexico City Tells of Re- forms Proposed z GALVESTON May 30. Alfonso Ma- dero brother Qf the leader of the 'Mex- ican revolution Francisco I. Madero Jr. left Galveston this evening en route to San Antonio. His purpose was to join tho party of members ot the Madero family who are PJglfar- ing for a trip from San AnJWflb to tho City of Mexico whore jgsr elabor- ate reception is being jppared by the admirers and supwrterB of the man who successful conducted the revolt against DiaaTho members of tho Madero famiUn Galveston Senor Ernesto Fernaipz Senor Antonio Zl- rion y Saranajjpid Senor Leandro Aqu- itas left Opveston Monday for San Antonio. iTne ladies of the party will rcmalnTn Galveston owing to tho illnesfof one O...

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 — 2 June 1911

MwafaMatiJrtttMit iiiiiiMiiiwiitiniiMiHHiiiiirin'iiiiiiiiiiliilliMli I I I II in PACE SIX ;I I W v W '' T'W f& if SWEETWATER LOtS IN ORIENT EIGHT k c. m. & 0. railway company is upheld by decision of supreme court. NOW MOVE SHOPS CLUTCHED IN COILS OF BOA CONSTRICTOR t s Sab Angclo Gains by Decision; Unless Rehearing Is Granted Litigation of Fonr Years Standing Jfow at nn End. By A8socintcd Press. AUSTIN May 111. Tho Supremo Court today reversed nnd rendered tile case of tho Kansas City. Mexico &. Orl- '. -. .- . snaao wus sixteen icei iour incuu: ent Railway Company versus the city .Mi ni Vniii f swfu-nr. ti. fiMinton i on tho. Io"B' eighteen Inches thick and elgh cd 240 pounds. Snako Metallic Enrageil When Drop. ped From Quilt and Tuines About Its Owner. DALLAS May 31. With his legs olutched In the tightening colls of nn enraged boa constrictor Eugene W. Copley 321 Tonth Btrcot by a hcrai- lean and fortunto effort broko the mon' ator reptile's neck and saved himself fro...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 June 1911

lMlf''wiw.wa.'-lftJ'iiitii'i'mniw wmuJuuikuwi t" ti-j ; ' VkQti 8KVK?f m BILENE BANKERS WIN FIRST NEW WHEAT - BROUGHT TO ABILENE THIS THE DRIEST MAY' N A QUARTER CENTURY YKKKK"frHfr: Big Auction Sale of Town Lots FROM COLEMAN VISITORS Bcnrhorough KcIIotos Dm Is In Fifth G F. Lewis Brings In BOO Bushels .Grown pn Norwood l'lnco West of Town Precipitation Amounts to Only .00. Average For This Month For 25 Years Is 8.81 - IN - f f and Twirls In Scnsntionai Form. The Abllono Bankers defeated the Li i loloman BanHors 9 to 2 in "West End park Tuesday afternoon and by bo Jo ing created a favorable Impression among tho fans who aro doping thorn to walk about with American fciX- chango at Dallas heio Saturday Juno 3. i Tho game nlthoich for from n sckn- tlflc expose of baseball was an emi- nently satisfactory i-xhibltlon so fir a8 the fans Wore concerned. Tho bank- ers presented nt excellent lineup hit tho ball hard ami. inn bases cleverly 'Scarborough worked so well that Man- ager Kcoblo re...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 June 1911

tmum !) iunllUli'i"l'" " ipi.iuumi i 'i i i" r"-.-. r- r4 'Jr - . -!lW-- fAQI BIGHT to Duncan Roberta nnd brothor-In-laW 13. C. Gates ftnd Pacific last lilght at midnight for i years ago wnen lie vent to uiiin """T1 m-' iw r in in.. rmitn. wboro thov will reside. Mr. I! Arkonn hi. "t h; ' J unl John W Bariy ot Am-" Cottlo luui secured a position a mo- cTntiSJW irxtUtUtowm visitors in'Abllenemtnday torman tth the Dallas Street Rail- 'SSl&JS S . teOtho country looking dry south of from Gaston j .ere ho s nUon - j-iijhiy.i;rtiH SSKiV tfoCta 0 . .tackson and family formerly spend the summer with his parents ?M SJtoTS vSJSL ! M Jh of t!lsrlty left over the Texas & Pa- Dr. ititd Mrs. 0. H. Cooper on North Sllto S tadMed to try his uckln tlon with tho Texas & Paclllo railway college student and football star Is !?ifcL? MIb. .Mary Onr Mt may for In the city shaking hndB with his EJ-J IV) v( v J fe' I' ' if! Jf . i ft !l Q m Social "Oaxes B&mew&ws a "&t&ac& T?...

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