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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 February 1911

IMHE rtvi -r 'MT. -dL COL OLDS LEAVbS TONIGHT AFTER VISIT IN ABILENE DcniQTQiPTiwc mi I mr?.. ' -JL -LI I JU. IILUIUMIIUIinU mix Hpav iHS OFFERED IN HOUSE M: A NEW . North Carolinian Exposes Impression ( tko Ablleno Conntrj ' la Flattering Way. Mcnsuro Making Senatorial Divisions Introduced by llmphrry Tho Membership h Same. pu A i i 1 vJW Col. F. A. Olds of Ralejgh N. C who lfl In the city the guest of Mb bou la leaving Ablleno tonight or tomorrow and goeB southward into Texas and then Into Louisiana Thenco ho will travel through Mississippi and Ala- bama Into Georgia and down into Florida on the west coast returning Aito Georgia and through South Caro- lina to North Caroljnn expecting to reach Raleigh about tho mlddlo of March. Thus he will see all the chang- es of season having left Raleigh cover ed with snow then Into tho far South and then Into Mexico among the fruits berries vegetables etc. then up Into West Texas where yesterday he again saw the snow and felt tho cold wave as...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 February 1911

ppWt'f?' .- . -m ijim i nU mi ii w iiMyiwqusdyM " i n w n-j MARRIED LIFE OF THE ESKIMO TRUST COMPANY 7 V. Stcffannson A Tho following Interesting letter uhs bceu received by an 'Ablleuo party from C.Cudobaugh o( Kemporvlllo Alaska who mailed tho tommurtlca- tlort January 4. It arrived hero Feb- ruary 2. When the letter was wrltton Mr Cudcbavgh was one Mindrcd miles fielow the Arctic Circle His quoting or tho marital relation ct Eskimo 'to Eskimo" is particularly Interesting "You noydoubt have r-ad what Mr. Peary said of tho Eskimo" ho says In Introduction. "Peary whatever ho may be did tho Eskimos ccnsiilcrnblo justice It should bo a pleasure to you howevor to compare Peary's state- ments with those of V. loffannson a Harvard graduate and the finest Am- erican carving out a fortune In frozen Alaska." During tho winter of W(J Sleffann son lived with tho Eskimo duo bun drcd miles frpm the mo fh of the Mc- Kensle river. He not onl;- lived with them but ate their Mod and wore their' clo...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 February 1911

;iTT''.''wr. rir -? ; ''r. 'w t-v '. T "r.v.-.v . t '. " m.- - i fftr Afl tornr HEW Mills THROUBHOUT WESTERN TEXAS COUNTIES $6000 COURTHOUSE BONDS ORDERED TO RE RETIRED 6REAT CROWD ATTENDED LYTLE LAKE HAS RISEN; SUBSTANTIAL RAIN FELL la U. C. T. MINSTREirSHOW FAMUfYLITEOIL The sweat oil manufactured for With Show In El Paso; AMIcho Boy Retains to Abllciip I'rem ike Famoas Pacific Ceast Jip rii Action Taken By tho Com- . nilsnloncrg Court; Machinery for Road "Work .Arrives. Local TalcHt GaTc lino Exhibitions Audkmco Entirely Satisfied; Yery CtyTcrly Doho. Abllcne's Water Sapply Gcacroas fer AH Jfccdsj Accurate Reports' Fro Fifty polals. hqOseholi 't'.V '."''iy-'fr"-' & u -. j' :i In a spirited bttl for tho heavy- weight Itltlo between tbo Pacific Coaat and the Abilene country tbo widely touted coast coutnry lias taken tho ' count. Which means tint an Abilcno man after a fling at fortune on tho west slope of this united republic has returned to his first lovo chastened and no doub...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 February 1911

THE ABILENE DAILY REtt)KTKR 'Mir 'fnwMT !. I! S asvvov 55 vts 3Vvv imYs Ko ow wo to&xu. veceto. "fcU 1ia.VoYfc& SuWs "i-tew Coate Tfovo 5VM-5 aw&AX)ass vw. ie.s ses w Sv.w tfW. Yrc AtatyVa- eA. Vti ve $avm&x secWotv Ws oeev. iw coWediow. W e. pwcs-o u Jo ma&e Svvs Tho models wo arc show. ing nre strictly tailor effects; materials are popular serges anil fancy mixture: 44 I1U1U aiIItl.V.O BL 11UTJ j i rv htn ctlinIno sr ioittr gray and goldMfc brown others in small checks black and white "hap two-piece suits have llwrt jackets' 26-inch length ind close fitting skirts fol- lowing long narrow lines and in walking skirt length. ABlLENE'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE. CHER BILL RECALL FEATURE NOT STRICKEN OUT? NO ACTION TAKEN BDT GOVERNOR WILL VETO. MTV MERGER BILL REPORTED Cenaritteo Returns FaroraMe Rcpertj Senate Discusses Now Bills and Governor Approves Claim of Mrs. johH II. ItcagftH Uv Aatfocltnt'd hrui. AUSTIN Fob. 18 The House this mornlag passed the San Angelo and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 February 1911

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER ; II 4 YOLUME XXXI JtlHLENE TEXAS F1.1 PEIIKl'AllY 21 lOlt NUMHER 2. r "fe lr h r r rt & Hr . FEDERALS ATTACK I SKIRMISH XKAJI GlADALUFE 19 IMPORTER; FEDERAL HAM) SCOUTING HOHSKMIIN. AMERICANS ASSIST REBELS Grlngoes Itctiira Federal Flrci Feder- als Fall to. Capture Wagons .md lictrcnt? Insurioetv Soldiers Occupy Aliroiloiics Special to Tho Reporter. EL lASO Fob. 22r-rTho rear of the column under Col .lost (it la Luz Soto and escort for Francisco I. Madero was engaged late Friday iiftprnoon whilo on tho trail at a point about 30 miles southeast c( Guadalupe. The fighting was no mor than a skirmish according to particular wived herg by an American who Was cut off from the column and forced to Walk back to the bordci. The Jerals attacking- unnibs-ed no more than 100 cavalrymen and prob- ably contsltutcd a. scorning party from Navarro's command which hno not then reached GaiUlutupo or maybo some of the men Irom over neai QJl- naga. Tho main body of hors...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 February 1911

"" vl"n'i"l"i iy;')ii M(tni u ifiy) ' l UlM.lli - "" "'ny I'll i AE 1'WO r t i WILL HONCENTRATE HIS INTERESTS AT 'KINNEY to- Jfergan Weaver Company Open Big Merrnttlo EstabBsluaeai ia Collin County. . Morgnn "Weaver returned Sundny mornlng"from McKlnnoy where ho has opened tip a very flno hardware store In which he hns lnstalcd u etock of goods quite the equal of his stock hero. "I havo Bccurcd lcaso on a very flno property" declared Mr. Wcttvi 1 . "and my floor space Is CO by 100 feet nhd hnvo a building two storlca high. Tho stock is now complete. Everything has starred off nicely. I opened ten days 'ago nnd already business is flno. I have also leased another largo build- ing fronting in an opposlto direction to the hardware storo on the public squnro 50 by SO feet two floors in "which I have opened a dry good3 storo Tho tWo establishments art? connec- ted by archways and 1 hope by March 15 to havo both businesses running under a full head of steam. MAYOR KIRBY RETURNS FROM tMPOR...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 February 1911

- -.. W TAill TM 4 t .4 l k ABILENE'S WATER SUPPLY ADEQUATE FOR ALL NEEDS Ljlle Lake Almost Bankfull; Another Kig Jlnlti Will Send Water (Her iho $plllny. (WEDNESDAY.) "When someqtic yesterday said Lytlo lako looked as big as the Pacific Ocean kb employed a not over-exaggerated simile. When one -stands on the big dam and permits hla eye to rove over that great cxpaiiBO of water that forms AuNimio'b supply of atiua pura and socb the glistening wnvolcts as far as vision stretches one la inclined to think In td-uth that the faclllti Js not so many utter all. It Is not an exaggeration to atato in the lake Is now more water than has over been held there at any previous dime. The water has been higher to be sure but the moat or tin surplus went' ovor the spillway and was lost. Just now there Is quite enough to supply this city for a 'year and six mojiths and as everybody kiiowb this is going to bo a Vet year. -In all pro bability Abilene's- reservoir will be bankfull in the coming summer ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 February 1911

FAGE FOUR 7 ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER StroSCIUlTlON HATES 1 &k year .. Meatfaa .$1.00 .50 Aa4 erroneous reflection upon tlio characterstanding or Mentation of any porsqn firm or corporation which may Appear in the columns of The Reporter will bo gladly cor- TELEl'HONES: (feilnees ausi Circulation S. W G-7; Roberta 0-70110 Ring Editorial Ofllco Roborts 161. AC SASIL'JiE OF ABILENE CITIZENSHIP. Tho Austin cbrrcspdnderit of the Fort Worth Record is n scholar and n gcntlcmaii nnd a good Judge of man- kind. Of Abilcue's W. J Cunningham ho says: Of nil "oxers'! who hnvo been stunting In Austin dur- ing the present session of the lcglsjnturo there is no "cxer" who Is irioro Innnaculnto in looks or Impounded with wisdom than lion. W. J. Cunningham formerly tho senator from tho great Abilene district. Cunningham blew Into tho senate riding oil tho crest of a great wave. of protest that resulted in tho unseating of one slightly deluded and thoroughly honest A. S. HnWkluB of Midland. Ho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 February 1911

VC.rMTE"'J.iiHW.i.r . j-. T.T y IfWWp-WWWjlWWgTFWfPiTJPflfCtfftJjpr X vnt rrrn h ir X I . w .J COTTON MILLS OF THE SOUTH THE GREAT TEXTILE INDUSTRY It Is no wonder Umt North Caro- others mako dozens of articles tn uso linians feel no end or pride In Uio fact nil over the country that tbelr state haB stopped Into place Charlotte Textile Center. M xt I ii .. ......... W wy. lU luuBDUVUUBUiu) 11 nuw.u- vnr(ll r.nllnn a l Ctnln.1 facturer of cotton goods not to speak Co Q bj Ui( Cflntor of woolen fabrics for there are no less of tcxtllc lmistry ot m South nn than three hundred and sixty-five cot- m a rwHuB Qf 0e timlrcd mllcg or ion mius in mo state nnu over one. . uuncireu wooien nuns tiio mainline turo of cotton godds began as early as 1S20 when u man nnmed Holt es- tablished a mill In the Piedmont sec- tion."" It wbb a' succesj and when the Civil War came there were quite a number of mills mainly in the IMcd- mont region and in the territory east of it and during the yar machinery wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 February 1911

1 . ... - 1 . ... - ..IV. gJgtJg "U. 1 '" " ' "'"i ""."" " pp "TSrpwltfwlMvMiMwawMiil r0E six ' PAVEMENT PARAGRAPHS TRUST COMPANY Picked Up and Put in Print by a Reporter Pencil Pusher y "FT" i" "i1:w"-'-'T' "" -" "iTTiTBi i- -"'-.". . A : Di Shropshire la back frpm a busi- ness and pleasure trip to his old homo in Johnson county. J. K. Cauthcn of Merkel enroutd home from n trip to Oklahoma spent one night in Abilene with his friend S D. .lobe. enmo to Texas with t'ho lSqtos family and it'hnd been quite ft long while since he bad seen his friends. L. D. mnuo ills first stop in Weathcrford but Boon drifted out to Abilene lit about 'SO ani) hns since mndc this his home. Sinqo tho cold snap bit us Sunday night butter fund eggs havo been scarce in Abilene not rienr enough to Biipply the demand. M T Wllllrt t tic nn who nvni frrm Tuscola this week and declnrcd it- would be bis Inst visit here until the 1911 crops nfo gathered. the best prospects for small grain crops and the best season ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 February 1911

TAQK SEYM y The South's Greatest Newspapers V The Semi- Weekly Record FORT WORTH TEXAS v. f '- . JL f .s A - The Semi- Weekly Reporter : ' ' ABILENE TEXAS V In Addition to Subscribing for your Home Paper which you Cannot well Afford to be With- out you Must Have a high-class General Newspaper As a trustworthy family paer The SemiWeekly Fort Worth Record has no superior It isn't for any limited set of people; it's for every member of every family. If you don't find something of interest in a particular issue'-wellthe editor looks on thatis- sue as a failure. In addition to printing all the news of the day in concise form The Record has special features for each member of the family. The remarkable growth of The Record is the best evidence of its merits. By subscribing through this office you can get The Fort Worth Semi-Weekly Record together with The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter both papers one year for only $1.75 and a 6-page wall map will be included free. Think of it. Two Semi-Wee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 February 1911

MMjCMvmmi mtfmekuxuv. Our store Is full of them. Horo 1b one that .Is very popular. It's a patent leather two-strap sandal with leather how stylish and comfor- table. It Is one of our of which we carry a largo line 'In all the popular leathers nnd styles for spring. Price $3.00 and $3 50 tfJS if AM Here Is pr style that leas leather button oxford motnl calf. It's just f the mfmy vfifv wjrh.?duii jFC"i We'd like to show you 'gonrof tho other?. They aro tho Ideal oxfords for spring and summer. PrlceB $4.00 $4.50 and ....... $5QO A WANT AD. May Sav$ You Money in More Ways Thau One. Try a Want Ad. WANTED 16 or 20 head of stock to turn Jn on wheat field plenty of wheat nnd water $1.50 per head. Appjy to T. M. Cockren. V 17-2 FOR SALE Mammotht Bronzo Tur- keys nnd eggs In duo season. Call on cyr address J. A. Hailey at Helveya' Market Ahlleue. Feb 17-2 FOR SALE Four good ahow cases in good condition worth $200.00. $125.00 buys them must bo sold. Mingus Bros. & Co. Abilene Texas. 2-21-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 February 1911

MjMplSaElieiMBaHltMlam'lt ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER littMMMr ). tf In ' VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1911 '" NUMMEK 21. SENATE COMMITTEE REPORTS THE NORMAL BILL FAVORABLY f V V W o d p NORMAL BlliiNUi UP TO COMMITTEE PROSPECTS FQU FAVOIIAHLE RE- PORT TO SENATE CONSID. . EUEI) 1HMG1IT. FIGHT BECOMING PERSONAL Sweetwater San Angelo and Brown- "Wood Using Every Means to Do- feat Mensuro Senate Passes Waco Normal Bill. Special To The Reporter: . AUSTIN Feb. 27 After a bitter fight for two hours be- fore the Senate committed on education the Abilene Normal bill brought up frpm thoHojiso was reported favorably with notice of n minority report. A hard fight on the floor of the Senate is in prospect No ac- i tlon has beeu taken on the Abilene charter bill yet rs w s Z1" i v c ' I Special to The Reporter. AUSTIN Feb. 27 The Senate com- mittee on education met at 9 o'clock this morning to consider the Abilene normal bill which ca"mo up from the House. The fight Is very bit...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 February 1911

-H t "W STJT fr -i-.irij7r f TWO -"fjsrw' !WX.a.v Orders awdt TJarcds T?os By Wk II. Wright Staff Correspondent.' Since my article captioned "Tho lall Order Business" appeared in tho last Sunday Hoportcr I havo with much Interest and enthusiasm seen and read numerous endorsements of tho stand which I havo taken in the premises. Along with these endorse- ments and encouragements has como n paper with nn article marked and -which evidently was sent to mo by lomo person who seeks information "with rofdrenco as to how tho Parcels TobI hill now sought to bo passed by Congress will hurt Wio rotall morchant. Tho person seeking tho information is unknown to mo but the artlelo which Is marked is indeed a thrust at our merchants. Tho question asked is "floV will tho big mailv order houses of tho l JNOrm iiuva uuvuiiuino uvur mc iuuh i -which ncod novcr have boon asked. It Js a question that comes from ono who never gave much study to our present mothods of traffic and transmission of retail m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 February 1911

i.u-wjiin'i iu4mimvtuuitm'iiii!tum iiMttmim' ? ' W tnfg4rQ!&)i4&r!t9 " V "fH "j9iltMWfllll AH TM4 tOGAl: MERCHANT LOOKS FOR A FINE CROP YEAR MINTER RACK FROM EASLE 2 REJOICES OVER RAINFALL C0UN1Y COURT BUSES fc& SETTING FOR THE WEEK TEXAS & PACIFIC A6REES $5.00 Receipe Cures TO COUNCIL PROPOSITION fc Sick People FREE t y T. C Campbell Hack From 20 Day Trip to Enstcrn Mnrkcts; 1'urclinscd Hcarlly. Aliliciio Mcrchnnt Furchases HeatHr Two Cases Disposed of Snturdu)- Docket For Jfoit Six Days Is Unusually Henry 'JWad "Wlll Pftvo cohort Strip oh i For Summer Trade. Fotan West aiuo or Pino Street to lUght-oMVay. IVditlicr Ilnlnif. lUICiri: OF W0N11EI u oru jnni ' ?AL DlfftOVKUYjlfexr FJSKI.' a SSKTIIMMJKyUMMjIffMIIIIMH ' m U iw 0 It Pk fl .1 (FMDAY) T. C. Campbell carae In over the Texas & Pacific this morning from the- eabt having spent twenty days in the markets of St. Louis and Now York buying spring and summer goods for his dry goods establishment. On the same trai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 February 1911

.- m Incorporated J'' m mVr&t ncE reuJH 5 SUNDAY) D. F. Rugoloy of BcJton was among ifce business visitors in Abllent Satur- day K. L. Bilkmnhv Bpont Saturday at Jlalrd and CIbco on buBJneBa rcturnlnc Ikhho in tho evening. J. M. Nowton nnd wlfo of South Abilene left over tho Texas & Pacific itlilg morning for Dallas and Coral-' ana on a visit to rolatlvcs and will fee absent from their homo until tho latter part of next month. Pink Wooten camo in from Swecl--wator Saturday morning and is Blend- ing a day or so hero on business. "Wade Hampton who expounds tho merits of Cottoleno on every occasion loft over tho Texas & Pacific Saturday mornir.g for Waco. Jlrs. J. D. Sandefcr Is leportcd seri- ously ill In her homo at Simmons col- lege. .Georgo W. Brlllhart left over the Texn8 & Poclflc Saturday morning for Pubnam on a brlof biiBlneEa trip. S. L. Tor Trent SENATE MAY ACT ON NORMAL BILL THURSDAY B. E. Loonoy Returns from AuUn and Compliments Legislature Will Bo Fight la ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 February 1911

IIWi'UMlM''WUIMBIWMUillMItlW iA riTi - ( -. K y The South's Greatest Newspapers The Semi-Weekly Record i FORT WORTH TEXAS A ' k Ki i i i" I :'. The Semi -Weekly Reporter ; ABILENE TEXAS X ' ii Addition to Subscribing for your Home Paper which you Cannot well Afford to be-Without you Must Have a high-class General Newspaper - N-As a trustworthy family paper The Semi - Weekly Fort Worth Record has no superior It isn't for any limited set of people; it's for every member of every family. If you don't find something of interest in a particular issue-well the editor looks on that is- sue aS a failure. In addition to-printing all the news of the day in concise form The Record has special features for ea'ch member of the family. The remarkable growth of The Record is the best evidence of its merits. By subscribing through this office you can get The Fort Worth Semi-Weekly Record together with The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter both papers oneyear for only $1.75 and a 6-page wall map will be ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 February 1911

i PA OK SIX THE SITUATION ON THE BORDER TRUST COMPANY By a Staff Correspondent A r It Is certainly h hard job to give your readqru an adequate Idea of tho War Bltuation In Moxico Orozco With his five hundred men besieged Juarez and Robago came from Chihuahua to tho relief of tho belcagured city. Thon Orozco's men camo down to tho river to water their horses UicmBclveB and a flock of goats which they had Jn camp with them when Robago gent but 200 men to Interrupt their fun. A few shots wore exchanged four regulate killed and then Robago's regulars re- tired to tho city and it was Bald his position was "If Orozco wants to fight let him como after ub." At any rate ho did not sally forth nny more. Then It wbb said "Navarro with a thousand regulars is coming from Chi- huahua and when ho nrriveB ho wnl exterminate Orozco and his little army." But by tho time ho arrived on tho Mexican Central railway behold Orozco and his men were some twenty miles away and mainly in 'the dlrect- tlon from...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 February 1911

.- p . ti-t r-j f BlTX""' II id iuinililwiiirii IIHHI ! n . tiummiHmvmm0imm0m X .J IS. 'u VOTE ON Li ORMER IS AFTER STIRRING SCENE SENATE LAYS MATTER ASIDE UNTIL FIRST OF WEEK. EXTRA SESSION CERTAINTY Ta't Confers With Siicnkcr-Elect Clark niul Representative Underwood of Alnbnmo Fixes April 4. As Convening Day. By Associated Press. WASHINGTON Feb. 25. At o'clock tsdny tha Lorimor case 4:05 was laid aside until Monday and friends of Lorlmor who desired an inynediate voto have 'been defeated. At ono time tho Senato camo near taking a viva voce voto on the matter. Tho ques- tion was put by Vlcq President Sher- man but beforo tho vote was cast sev- eral Senators demanded tho floor to speak. Tho opposition camo from the antl-Lorlmcr forces. Efforts were made to fix March 4 as the day to take the vote; then March 2 was suggested but objections were Interposed by Sen- ator Owen on behalf of Senator La- Folleto who was absent. Sennto Refuses to Adjourn. At 3:55 o'clock the Senate by a voto...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 February 1911

&s--y fvj-Tfir 'vt' x "" . fAMf jhutt 4 i' 4 " ' hlckics in his pocket nrtd literary com positions evidently original that stroijgly pointed to Insanity. In all probability tho body will bo burled by tho county HILLS IN TEXAS MOOSE. LOUDERMILK URGES DIVERSIFIED CROPS A WANT AD. J"WI8t!nHK)OTW"T'TWTinr "- "W 'Wtikii p ' """W ' " .VT" 1 May Save You Motley in More Vys Thau One Try a Want Ad. Q over STVTv&ovdiS ate..VjR.e- fareo. Uve 3VW. 2s "MDwV An express shipment brings another assortment of Waists this tinio in beautiful tailored styles. HAND EMBROIDERED WAISTS Embroidered In daisy wheat and ojelct designs all pUro linen latest models. 40 Efl $2.50 and '.. $0 " PLAIN TAILORED WAISTS Tailored in plain and plaited styles sonic with Dutch collars others plain linen collars. . tfn l)C ?L75 $2.00 and .....$ L3 TAILORER WAISTS IN COLORS Assorted figures and stripos in black brown blue and lavender. An exceptional frl Eft value ...'. ' Sl UV LINGERIE WAISTS Lace and Embroidery tr...

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