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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 August 1912

o CORPSE DISCOVERED BY" FORMER ABILENE MAN ABILENE SEML WEEKLY REPORTER AUG. 27 1012 Wealthy and Eccentric PostofMce Em p'foyee at Oakland Cal. Is Found Dead In His Bed FLY PLAGUES ARE REPORTED The H. T. Burk mentioned In tho fol- low Ink nowa dispatch wlllcli appeared ... i)in Hnn PrnurlKCn (lull under tin lit " .'- - T -- "-- Oakland California dntelltie formerly lived hi Abilene anil wiiH assistant post master hero being familiarly known nn "Tod" Huqk. When donth en mo in the quiet hours of the night to .Tohn W. llonrst In his llttlo houso nt 807 Twenty-Sixth St. one or the mOBt eccentric characters of the city panscd to his inm reward. The body wan found this morning by 12. T. lliick after ho had Lattored down rlie frail outer door. IlenrHt lay in ihe hed and had died ax he Hlept. Hearst had been employed for the Inst sixteen years aa Hulled States mail carrier in the Oakland poBtotnc During this long time he nlwnys had hi'pn faithful to IiIh duties and wur tSwnyn on time. HIh f...

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 — 30 August 1912

ft l'Ajroua mm mmm is OteANIZED BY STUDENTS il-l '. H his High ScAbbI Clnss Meets TVillt Miss Thcp MIr nnd lilc?ta Officers. J'Among the other Indications of ra- pid progress in Abilene HlKh School Is tho organization of an Alumni As- sociation. Tho clnBa of 1012. In n meeting nt Miss Thco Mulr'a homo formally organised nnd olected offic- ers lor 1913. Tho officers oloctcd woro: President Blips Woods; Vlco Prcstdont lluth Oliver Secretary- Treasurer James Clark; Orator Mln tor womack; Alternnto-Onitor. How rihl Pulwllor; Reporter Lillian Wom- ack. Tho members of tho Association aro blisses Georgia. Hulscy Thco Mulr Clara Will McNatt. Mary Har- ris' Alico Cunningham Hasol Ackor- mans Alaxlo Ilulsoy Nova Willis Vlrgle Barber Lottlo Bcnsloy Nlta IJarwood; Stephen I)odd Granville Triplet. Harold Red Mlntcr Womack. Holt) Magco James Clark Howard Pulwller JLockert Sleeper IJoyd liar rlsou. Biles Woods Tho first meeting will bo hold tlio first Thursday after tho fifteenth day of Juno. 1013...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 August 1912

t if.f ... O ... A - W OT AM r"' 4 -r ! .i BROUGHT TO TIME One Way to Hctp Man in HIa Wooing. By JEANNE O. LOIZEAUX. Orphn did not lift lior oves from Lor ombroldory but sho was nil earn to Mrs. Hcaly's chatter. TBnt lady rookod did complicated Irish crochot nnd gossiped each porformanco por- foot of ita kind and a refutation of tho adago that only ono thing at a tlmo can bo dono veil! Orpha'o ototor hnd loft her to enter- tain hor guest for ait hour on tho wide- vino-covorod vorandn with Its rugs tea tnblo. canv clinlrn ami nllmr rmrn. phornnlla of summo! Idlencsa and tho Bin round nor duty boat performed by a System Of llatcnlng. Tho young matron had discussed fashion tho lako society tho latest novel and llnnlly launched into n running com- raontary on lovo affaire. Safo hiraelf In tho haven of a happy mnrrlogo sho conoldcrcd horsolf a Judgo of storms on llfo'o 8ea and wlao unto tho matrimonial Balvatlon of all who would uccopt hor advlco. Mro Hoaly owning a pretty tan pump below...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 August 1912

li B SIX SEE ABILENE BEMI-WEEKLYTtEPORTER AUQ 30 11112. WILSON WILL BE REAL OPPONENT JHrOSKVEI.T DECLARE. FIGHT FOII PKESIIIENCY HE HETWEEX HIMSELF ANI VVILSOX. INVESTtGATtONS ARt FINE Naj Recent Senate Campaign Probe Fttrftlshoft flood Campaign Jfnter. Jul and Relieves Penrose Tes- timony Hfiould In- Excluded. rwrmmiuimm . "GYP THE BLOOD & a LRUS DD NRiY B HK UNO LEFTY LOUIE F mm Dili Ily Associated Press. NKW YORK. Auk. 28. District At. torncy llubln has received n message purporting to come from Postmaster Johnson of Hoi Springs where Sum SchqppB wits enptured stating that ho has In custody two men atiBwcrliiR the descriptions of "Gyp the Blood" nnd "Ijftv I-oule" who are minted In connection with the murder of the gambler. Hermnn Rosenthal OYSTER BAY X. Y Aug 28 Qol. -Roosevelt today declared that the real tight In the coming campaign for the presidency would he between him- self and Gov. Wilson. He raid that ho does not believe that the Taft pup- potcrs expect Tnft to win. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 August 1912

I' . AlILBJU MIMI.WBlUCLY sU.FHtTtt AW ffjfo 10K W III 'i Xrlll Til I ' r ' 1 a 'I i 1 1 i i i . 1 1 i ' & Daily Tage of Sport ' ' n i 1 1 J c T wnttR(onnHd n a -k TEXAS LEAGUE. B a ' O WW(0''tttttt Yesterday's ItcsuHs. Dnllaa 1G Austin 3 Wnco 4 Fort Worth 0. Houston 3 Hcntimont 1. GalvoBton 10 Snn Antonio 3. Where Thoy Way Today AilHlIn nt Dallas. Wnco ttt Fort Worth. Honumont nt Houston. Unit Antonio nt Galveston. Standing of tlio Teams. p w l rcL Houston 135 84 51 .622 Hnn Antonio 130 79 57 .581 Wnco ... 139 79 GO .568 Dallns 134 71 03 .530 AUBtln . 140 64 76 .457 ( -Iveston 133 158 75 .436 ZMVorMi 135 56 79 .415 I .Turnout . 137 CO 81 .409 a a O AXEIUCAN LEAGUE a B v D aoa oia dnanoffcnaoo Results Yostcrdny. Clovclnnd 6-2 Now York 3-4. IloHtoa 53 Chicago 3-0. Detroit 5 Philadelphia 3. St. Louis 3. Washington 2. Where They Ilny Today. Philadelphia nt Boston. Only game scheduled. Standing of tlio Teams. r. w. i ret Boston 121 84 37 .695' Washington 126 75 48 .610 Philadelphia ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 August 1912

.Urn iff 'am NZtZm --.Tir $"' "a I ! K 4. I- h m sv a C' MB. ' at n J. " -. - ScvooV i T&tVmi ve cMvwi We are better prepared this season than ever before to tako care of your wants in Children's Shoes for School Wear. Oar SECURITY SHOES are the really good kind They nro neat and attractive in appearance yet sturdy Unci strong to stand hard service. They are made on form-fitting lasts and fit and feel right and keep their shape. A complete line of School Shoes in all leathers for boys and girls of All ages. Children's School Shoes sizes 8 1-2 ao 11 1-2 at $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 and $2.00. Misses School Shoes sizes 12 to 2 at $1.50 $1.75 $2.00 and $2.50 ASissM School Shoes sizes 2 1.2 to 5 at $2.00 $2.50 and $3.00. Boys' School Shoes $175 $2.00 $2.75 and $3.50. NEW STYLES NEW MATERIALS NEW COLORS f15.00 TO 835.00 We arc presenting a number of advance models in ladles Autumn Suits. You'll say're attractive beyond the usual with their superb tnllortntr. which is one of their principal B...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 January 1913

.- VOL. XXXI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 3 1912. MJfKHK !M. h X . M V i .v I f ' ft.. ." f si DR. GATES ON BALKAN WAR 'ii ith.s w 1:111: not I'ltKi iti:i nut WAK AMI wkki: SI"lll'III.Si:il AT LACK OF Olt(UM.lTIO HARDSHIPS ENDURED Men Were St" U Front Without Pro- vMoUhuhiI Vltlioiil Proper Train- Iiifr Ordw Frciulled In Con- stantinople nl All Time. fly Associated Press. KV YORK Jam 2. Scones in mid iiliout Constantinople iiiid conditions resulting froth the llalknn war are In- terestingly described lit n letter ud- drcsud to The Associated Press bj Dr Caleb P. Gates president of Robert College at tlio Turkish uipltal. . Tlit letter follows. TIiIb bH been a war of surprises to most people Till' Turks thomsolvos vvero among the -must surprised. Tlio bad expended soino forty-two million liountis Upon tholr army They supposed (hut whatever else the) had not done thoy bad at least prepared an nimy but that army Iiuh failed tiem. Tin prtuclinil reason seems to bo link of organization. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 January 1913

. " "" !I """ tH' i m o wswfssnm r JCAMBY. Reporter: Tlio Christmas holidays iwimd off unusually quiet excepting a llttlo overlndulgcncc'tn llnynor min- eral water. Tlio llttlo folkB especially were treated to many prcsonts from n beau- tiful Christmas tree on tlio night of 24th Inst Messrs. R. M. Grantham and A. Par- ker took Xmas turkey la Abilene Christmas day. C. A. Mcilroy and family spent thu holidays In the Ovulo country vfsltlug relatives and friends llr. J. M Crow and family visited friends at Eltndalc Sunday. J. L. Hobcrsmv nnd family of l'lm- dalo spent Sunday night with the old folkB at home near Hninbjv C. It. Mcilroy uhd family lite turkey and cranberry sauce with Peter Had- din? and family at Hound Mound Christmas day. The writer and better half feasted to the full on a fine dinner with .Mr- Win. "Weiragh and family Christmas. Mr. T D. Hlchardson left on the 21st lnBt for his old home In Kentuekj in answer to telegrams announcing the sad news of the death Of his fath-...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 January 1913

Society v their t tab rooms oil iew Year's k . tin Lihh gave tholr Annual Now V TM UllJI l)eplt( till' fwt tluil It v ronnnl. tho enjoyable nlr of In- fonmlltv that iinw always druracter- j;. i tiio Club's iifTnlrn pervaded thi ii i inlilnK1' of guests Hit iMitir illilivyftH thrown open t . Mu- giuwtH while the imi'liiiiH bull mi in nn Muml einliorutely decorated 'y . Vuktltli- grcunory together with ti . cliili color purple wild white. Weie iiuiNt uniquely combined. Allt'i- lui lie arches extending tlio full h'liMh cit the. hall on either side were foiuiiHl ot cedar entwined with pur-pl-.umj white unci in the icnter of tln'" r'tlured UkIiIh were used with ii minis effiHtt thus forming u charm- liu witing- for ihi loitering dancer. Jtlj like festoons of club oolorx won- lleli in place by tiny American flag peJii-foiiK punch refreshed the glit'Mla throughout the evening tfe-euli-dly one of the most plenminible of the year Mr. Rich Heebie led out the-grand iiiaii'li with AUss UIb .Mno...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 January 1913

1 rf 1 i .! ii ! 1 VAMrOUB IK M-IEKLY REPORTER SUHSCJtirilON KATES Mx fapnths (la advanco) .... GO OaeYear (In advance) .1100 J. y. SA.NJJS TKATJKL1MO KEl'KESySTATIYi:. "1 AUlLrtuniU t'ltiniinu vunii 1022 North Second Street. ' Natared aa second-ctnaa mall at Abllono Texas Octobor 14. 1003. amy erroaeoua reflection upon Uio churnctcr utamJInj. vt ratatka of any person firm or corporation whicl ' y awear la JJio columns of THE REPORTER will be UAf aaareotad apoa 1U being brought to tho attention J UMttra- TELEPHONES r B1m aBd Clrcalatfon Southwestern C7; Indepeuii at 17. JCdltorlal Office Independent 151 iHkacrlbara faillag to receive their papors reguiu. i i tester a ravor upon ine jHanBEcmom uy rcyuriuig " to tfc J&uilBsa office. Fhonea C7. SOT "TOO FA It OFF." This pnpcV Ib in receipt ot a communication from Homer D. Wifde Secretary of the Stamford Commercial Club. Hh commends a recent editorial appearing In those co). umns .tinder the bend. "The 1'lca of tho West' and Ju ho d...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 January 1913

n J A . ft 1 lft"W . K f T EIGHT INDICTMENTS AS RESULT OF WREGK Nix OIIcIhIn mill Tuo Trainmen lire chana-d ulili imoluntitr) Mnn. fjlauglilcr Hi'Tcrnl Ihi's Lost. INOIAXAI'OUS iml. Doc. 31i-8lx olllglnls nnd dlreclorH or tho Clueln hull llUnilUon and Dnytqn Jtnllrc-nd and two trainmen wore Indicted toda on ohnrgeii of Involuntnry tiintiHlniigh- tor by tin Marlon loiinry (Irnnd Jur In connection with lta Investigation of the wreck on thnt rotul In n suburb In November. Several people were killed when u Im&souger trnlu ran Into nti open switch and collided with freight train. The Indictment or the roiul'H offlclnlB according to State' Attorney con- neotH them with the death of the Wreck vletlniH bocntiBe it Ih churned incompetent men were omploed. ho cal company officials and the County Coroner placed the blumc for tho ac- cident upon mo in bo r of the train crew. Upon the facts tho Oram! .jury bn- ed Hb charges that the olllcera and dircqtot-H ot the rbad were roaportfli. bio di...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 January 1913

PAGE SIX $0.95 YOUR CHOI me lot J odd coats worth from $15 to $10. your choice for onlv $4.95 4 . i ; We still havq an exceptiunnlly fine "lot of Misfit Tailor-Macle Suits worth from $25.00 Amr i fa lint fnr . 33 t0 $35.00. We are offering these now $3.95 Any.oo Stetson Hat foiuonly. only . 32.05 Nothing in our stock reserved but Full Dress Jutits I A'ny $3.85 Stetson Hat for only ONLY BSwISa ShjBr iKB" r r 7XV F 1:1 i 1. 1 This Sale commences Friday morning Januarthe third ami will continue until February ist. Now is your chance to buy first class i ailor-Alaue lothinsr fiaraboyf one-third its value. Prices Strictly Cash. Pine St. MISFI OTHING C i J. EL WARD ! ifaager 1IGHG0GK IS FIRST !T0 USE PARCELS POSI r v. RATES OF PARCEL POST ntllal Package Contains Sihrr Luting fnp for S'evr York Postmaster. Camera Men on llnnd. fi WASHINGTON' Jan I. iyi:j Ah he clocku ticked off the lirst $eo- HidB of 1'Ji:: Postmaster General Iitehcock inaugurated a new oni Fit lie American postal Borvlco ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 January 1913

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Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 January 1913

TkQ kiobtt i.nMn i. In. . - j.. mik '"ii'i'" '' '"'' '"" '' ' ii' i i I1 a ' r 4 t t i iC j t r. fr . 1 '1 40 K . i s 31 &TeaVSedaV vuexv'sADav ServoVa TtxTiV. 2Vfc TiviBlMOtTS are genuine Scrivin's make full lenit : with elastic seams full winter Weight in thi;ee different shades and in a range of sizes to fit anyman. We closed out the entire lot from manufacturer at far less than their real value hence this price Worth not less than $1.00 in any store. Ouf price . . m :-- . 1h- -:t Abikne's Favorite Shopping: Place. aOlV :'. - M !-.. Your kfee ami KneumaGsm WITH FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS pDmkwba drags on your vitality ciapa jTjttr atttoetb. Weakens your endurance. Be4dstbatUmeanaoomc thing wrong with your Iddneya; weakness an ktffammattoH a breaking down may be of the kidney tiaauea. Foley KUIaey PilU k the true answer. They wlH ke4r you QUICKLY. atrenethea cad heal your: Iddneya regulate the action of your Madder and drive' ot afaekeck and Rbeumatirn. They VM aaaka atrong wall man o...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 January 1913

SsjSP " yt- 1 k VOL. XXXI. SEN. BRIST PROPOSES BILL h.MS Mi:.lTIII ft III I.II ( KKTK iMirvnii.lL nnnussm or 7 mi:.miii:ks GOMPERS BEFORE SENATE American Labor Federation IH'in! I'll I lis AhotU Die 'I'jniiiiilfcrs" J1tvlruii riiiMllttoiis Itopor- led ImpriMed Tnilif. If Associated ptoss. WASHIXClTON Jftn. 0-Sepuior HrisloW or Kansas today introduced u bill lu tho Senate proposing the ero- (ttiuii or mi Industrial Commission or "' member: to take ovur too work of the iturtxHif Mt ('ntyomttons and to I'M'ii Ihc coiiirol over till nufsuii. Jinn ami corporations doing Inter- state bpsJueSH Willi srosn receipt i fnnro thud live million dollars yenr- Sen Hrlstow soldi 'Tlit purpose of this ('oihittietslon would ho lo protect tlio people to Hotim degiec ol prompt- ness from uxtortlollute practice r tho powerful corporation withftilt dflrolng tlio business which the oorporutinhs represent " (Jumper llifore .Scunle I'toinuiHrc. Uy Assortment I'rtl Washington .inn c imrrv ih. Semite SiihrtJm...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 January 1913

PAOKTWO iii tm iPi y hum ''"" '""''! ? K UJ? i I II SBHHU ffiWER wwMawrriox xatjek- Ms KoHtlw (la 4ranco) ...... . HO QYer (HtMWHHig) ......... ...jt.nQ J T. IAMBS TBATKLiyg KKI'KKSKNTATIVK NT AJULKNB PRINTING COMPANY U12 North Second StrcpL ... MtcrH M M6ad'CM mall at ATrilciicTToxaa October 14 1003. 47 rretteew reflection ttpotTtko character BtaiidlnK r rfUUoa ef any person firm or corporation which ir Pfr la the columns of THE HEI'ORT'EK will bo ghUly eevreete upon It being brought to the attention Id Una. XELKIMIOXKSs BMlaeM aal Circulation OdttthwetHcrn 07; Indopond- t 87. Sdflorlal Office Indoponilcnt 161 euiwcrlbeni falling to recelvo their papors regularly will eoafer a favor upon tho management by reporting snip to the busfoosa offlco. Phoned C7. Governor Woodrow Wilson President-elect is talking simplicity and It sounds good. When all of our grout men got buck to old fashioned Wnys It will be hotter for our country. Teddy talked much about that klud of thing but did very l...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 January 1913

PAO THEM mamtm w i m m www wm wvmi hiki wg ".' I ' ' ' ' 'I I IUmm. MMMMM at it At the First Christian- Church At the Holiday mornlnR service Hev. TlmmnR II Popplewoll. the pastor took for his text Plillllplnni n 1:1-14 "Urethral I count not mjsclf to have apprehended but thla one thing I do forgetting those things wltjeli nro be- hind nml reaching unto thoHtj thlugn which are before: I prosa lownrd'i tlio mark for tho prim or tho high calling of Cod In Christ JcsjiM.' There could lio no more apt toxfor a Now Yonr'a resolution than thla troot that beautiful epistle In which Paul seemed to ho at peace with all thi' world; In which lie did not' scold anyone. Thin In nn athletic llgtiro. Tile wnro 'preen" means to urge forward with nil the might. I wns down at tho cotton compress tho other day and watched them compress tlio halo .h- ready pressed yet they were redtir.'d two-thlrda or their sire and 1 thought an tho fiber Is lircsHcd elosor. some- thing inunt cottto out. tlio air inunt ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 January 1913

m0tttidimm - - :jr - - --- - -- . - TmrnmT--'-"-"-' -1 A01 POUR 4 i JOHNSTON TO SUCCEED BAILEY COLQUITT ANNOUNCES APPOINT. MENT OF HOUSTON MAN TO U. S. SENATE. TO BE APPROVED LATER ilrert and fifteen nioro ntutlontH have registered this yenY llinti nt tho samo Unto Innt Rcneon (ho record a year ttgo being 1747. Ab tboro linn been but two tlayH of rcglBlrnllott no fnr nml na ninny tiro expected to outer tho Unlverntty next week It Is eatl- mated tlint tho total attendance nt tln hiHtUtitlon UUo yonr will aurpnea the 2.100 mnrk.' Tlilrly-nlno new attidenta onlerud Friday nml Satur- day John A. 1-oniux secretary of tho tit- tveratty Ih In the Knot whore ho In delivering IiIm lecture "Cowboy Pong' nl liintty of tho lending col- lege nml iinivoraltlfH In Unit flection. Ho will return to Austin about Jan- nnry IB. W. Tt. Fox 105 V . Xobleavlllo lnl -v . . ' I nig ninny rnaifuia question Arioea wnctner Action r after try . Governor Will Meet Approval .of Legislature Which Convenes Jan. 14 ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 January 1913

PAOB FTVC ?' . :' ' ! mi ... hi. i I....... i. .. I i . . . " r ' ' ' "' ' ' . " ' .'''!''' " . '. .. "" "" ' " " ." 1 r""" ''-' -rr''"'llWIM'wrr?7'ii;;'''"'7'"';" r"''y!WM""'";'r!y!r ' ' ."' -" "m.....-.... i r m. ....-.m vimr7m.mnM: r ii I i SS? EgaBaBg j gpfcwLaaite ; - - - IHMHi' I parcels post mkUf itflL"'' ' l2wfltll! '" : ' .glr'' WmflMtti 'lot filled rrcMojo. v m jflggjsgaz tfariggp ill a gad Clearance iMmomnd8 yotiv attentiQni letewrfctual Vabmz Ml I uvroifr. l ii f f' J !' 4 ' I I A Store - W r" learine: Out of All Winter Merchandise At Radical Reductions From Our Regular Pric "j i HIS is the yearly clearance movement that thrifty IB&BS&tiSSim TBaasft Beautiful Dresses One Third Off of Usual Price Our entire stock of dresses including street dresses of forges corduroy etairmueso etc. former price' $0.00 in ''..'.. Ct EifY . 1 J . . ...a........ . . '..;.- '. f ..'tp M Handsome evening goWns in most Wfiuidd irinlcnsilg.nnd v.. Clearance 'Pnoe "on Skirts- - 'Outsplen...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 January 1913

ar .... a . i icw'iwfi' nwawiniiii t . wwM ' JPAOI SIX I Farmers Drlng Your Seed Cotton. to the MftXWEU 810 Wo have the right cleaner for dirty trashy stint Wo buy m the balo and in seed Bt'm us your remnants for highest prices. -. 'MMt"'f i"x-- -- " "" 'Mil " " '" """" .nniiiinniniftP OITU nnMnO i ANNUAL MEET- ING oi cms AUKlHiminHOomDuriiJo SecvxveAxictvoTvs vvsDeek Gut ")0cM&vwY$ o HUmoogX Saw Store VftwM "5as. "BaTaxu - We i close for removal in a few days; CAPITULATED? FARMERS AM MERCHANTS SAT- 10NAI HANK places mm to mi HPi.rs itnh IIIU'OIIT TO THIS KVVHW IS RE attv. hen ri inen uowv chini CEIVER IN PARIS THIS AFTEttNOON. ATOHY 3I VI HK HONDN M" sun; wKiii:irjTiwiVKO. . MAXWELL CONDITION DESPERATEjGOLLECTlONS $10000 mrnr ntirklirn WtKt BUK WJ i. ' I VERY SUCCESSFUL YEAR 1 t i and before closing we are anxious to dis- pose of as much of the stock as possible; hence the big reductions for tomorrow in every section of the store Men's and Boys' Clothing Ladies' and Children's ...

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