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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 June 1911

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER l A rv volume sxxi sSmHsImfIT COM. SERIN 1)11 J. H. GAMBRELL FREACnES OltEAT SERMON BREAT DM FOR largo nudlcnco present Good Singing And Splendid Organ" Music i Tho services at the First Baptist rhurch were In the hands of Simmons rviiirtirn and Dr. J. B. Gambrell of Dallas spoke morning and evening At tho morning hour tho Baccalau- reate sermon Was delivered by Dr Gambrell. The singing was led by the college choir and the rendering of tho Anthem "Festival To Doum'' in Eb was especially good. Miss Col- quitt teacher of voice deserves spe- cial praise for tho fine work sho has accomplished in training her pupils so splendidly. Tho organ numbers were greatly enjoyed. Tho text for the morning was from the 19th verse of the 20th chapter pf Acts: "Whereupon O King Agrippa I was not Disobedient Unto the Heav enly Vision." Dr. Gambrell said In part: T shall speak as the spirit gives me liborty on the secret of a great life. I pause a moment for us to think on t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 June 1911

ABILENE SEMI.WEEKLt BErOKTKK JUKE tfHH. TAdE TWO 7 r? FIRST STATE BANK & TRUST CO. THE BANK THAT APPRECIATES YOUR BUSINESS THE GUARANTY FUND BANK t m LtlllJIMJUBiWMilrtiiMIIII!"!'"'' 1 THE Of Interest to Farmers PURLOINED PARAGRAPHS by S. L. N. "What is life? Just what wq make it Is what some of you will Bay; Then I'd seek Its joy and sunshine Ero its beauty fades away. Do not sacrifice your sheep. Prices will "come back' all right. Recent sales of Arizona wool have been around 12c por pound. The fellow who can't make mistakes can't make anything else. The garment of humility is always a" misfit when worn as an advertise- ment. When folks do as well as they ad- vise everybody else to do then things -will get better. TCnowW what to do is half of It and knowing when to do it the dither half. Some men are cruel enough to try to drive a mule like a nail byhitting Win over the head. A good road saves ear and tear on the horses the harness the wagon the man and also the road. The man ...

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 — 6 June 1911

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY RKl'ORTK JUNE 1911. MPW Over K -.-.- Over Hardware Co. Corner Pine and 2nd Abilene Wife of R. R. Official Killed. By Associated Press. . VERGAS MINN. June 3- L. S. Berg President of the New Orleans Mobile and Chicago Railroad was bad-ly-Hurt and his' wife instantly killed iaBt night in a wreck on the Minnea- polis St. Paul & S'aulte Ste Marie line. Mrs. Berg was born in San Antonio Texas. v j .. tK. . McPhcrson Killed. By Associated Press. FRANKLIN Texas June 3; Search- inn- nnrtw om mif nftor win TJni.hino who is charged with having Tired two!rivln6 at a decision. It will require loads of buck shot at a farmer by the several days the. commission can not name of McPhersort yesterday killing say ust now lonB for thera t0 arrive him instantly. Mrs. Strickland Assaulted WAXAHACHIE Texas June 3 Mrs Henry Strickland- was attacked by an unknown man while sitting on her porch about eleven otal'a'ck last night. Thfi mnn unteiVfl tViA frnnt crntn nnrl beat his Victim ...

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 — 6 June 1911

9km roufe TUESDAY JOME ft 191U .". . " - ii ' ' -. - - -. -. A. .A A . .. .. .. .. v. .A. . A grown worse slnoo Bttndny. Many ArV$4 friends of tho family hone that she .v . . m Rig Auction Sale of Town Lots will rnlly and that she will be re- f stored to her licnlvh. V t: ! WOMEN'S BEAUTY Imperfect ingestion Causes Had Com. plcxloii and Dull Eyes. IN It- mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Tho Kind You Hnvo Always Botfglit mid which lias been in usouubycr av yrairsf jiiu uunio tuo niiiuiiu-u ui ana lias ucomnauo unucr jus per soh.il supervision elnco its infancy. -www iviiownoonoiouccoivoyouiu uiim. 11 Counterfeits Iftntfttlons aiicl"JttBt-nsfrootlnro bufc ifiSxncrimcnts that. Mo with and cndniiiror tho health of Intents and hUam Experience against Experiment. Whafis CASTORIA Castoriaii a liaftnless snhstituto for Castor Oil Pare goric lirops aw Soothinjy Syrups. It is llcafiant. It contorts neither Ophun Morphino nor ether Narcotic enhance ltjfngo is its guarantee. It destroys Worms an4 allay...

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 — 6 June 1911

irSSSE: ? TUESDAY JUNE Mil. PACK F1V I ' I. f r '-"- - S weeping Reductions On Seasonable Merchandise 4' i.l. . J in J ral sh rs Wilh mies H special m x ..cer? )rices from togethej T'A 37 under value purchases have arrived this week for Jus departments ofitegrSEbre brand new merchandise bought a.t clearence are closing out seasonable lines. This merchandise tundreds of items f rmureralar stock is priced much below value I fs j j 1 C i Til J1 purpose oi Dflggpwir dune ousmess. Liome to mis store ana iook oyer me attractive JpilSpecials you'll find hundreds of items that will mean a saving to nought here and now. We are constantly reaching out for greater volume low prices on the best and most fashion merchandise is-our plan. The power of Quantity buying is being demonstrated every day at this store in in lower price and better merchandise. We ar going to emphasize this more thoroughly this month than usual. Your June shopping can be done here profitably and pleasantly. Sweeping Reduc...

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

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Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 June 1911

rW?ffTrWWT'V'r'frr A1HLENB 8EMMVEKKLY RBPOMTKK JUNK 8 Mil PAGE JtfcTKJf m l P" EXTRA SPECIALS ONE WEEK Beginning Monday Jne 5th. A Saving' of 25 to 35 per cent" Extra Specials on Men's MG CUT ON MEN'S SUITS $30.00 Men's Fino Hand-Tailored Suits. $19 ?5 $25.00 Mcn'B. Fine Mand-Tnllored Suits VS16 50 $2250 Men's Find Hand-Tailored Suits .'.'$14 75 $20.00 Mo.n's Fine Imported worsted suits $12 95 $15.00 Men's Fine Stylish Volour Suits ...$ 9 95 $12.50 Men's Fine Stylish Volour Suits . $ 6 85 $10.00 Men's Fln0 Stylish Volour Suits ...$ 6 85 Cut Prices LADIES' GOWN SPECIALS . S 17! LADIES GOWNS of good m and embroidery Insertion tucks grade. Wq price special LADIES' GOWNS: In fin embroidery and laco ins on; tucks elegant styles; $1 LADIES GOWNS: Madof yokes fronts and isleevesjTn for only ...'.. . LADIES UNDERSKIRTS: Made dable material deep flounce withMTrtds of tore ' . . L- lace and edgo.Sifeclal at......?v. jf0&c LADIES UNDERSKIRTS: Wide flouncejjK lace hemstitched tfebe tucks an...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 June 1911

- I II " l - i- I" "" Mm" ' " " I ' '' TAK EIGHT TSfa CVoWvvw foxcftuwi 5ae ... ftmmx Suite cfi 31VY Ss Iflaikttfr a A J m wk. a .tort at vfe. At tnto ai to mte W V avi VA vAm V ttfe Mto aro smart fe ' ' " ' 'w rtrt V A & tataMM;. ai most itomvm n nngAm. lit -x ; t ' M Summer SvCvs far Tftwi "tywftYu aw& Kirchaum'CIothes. AliWOOU HMDMIniB ""1 qax axe oftevefc sefccWoti fro out mvvw socV o meti's ' sxVsaxvtoxswJons svtts axva as a sawv xdot "Jox caw reeAWft wtostaM i aarAa of Vwift a mlV Tnm. toVveu ttvfcU VXZ TkTVC&O. UKC TlS. wi - Amt$27.50 Suit forJ5?- $21-71 A1X WDOU i I " i ' GUARANTIED. ircchbaum Gothe& HAMDTAilOMD 71 Any 2S.00Suii SO dfyj Wsp " .$17.75 J0V sscfoo sin tS- $is c-' s Any $18.00 '14.75 Any Suit - - $12.75 Tit for - - $11.95 toFTmcMTtimn vptffoxrt Sawi$ oxv TfteVs Taxvs (IftrfSoto vs te vrotoxct tf too X30B-Vvotnu maVwrs o mwvs tovxsws o to VizWzx aais. to sawtvas axe cotv- sa&vajfc. tTiiai(Trtfhiii V2 " lit A Oft ?5.00 Pants for Y $4.00 Pants f...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 June 1911

Wiwwi ""'' ABILENE wm- WEEKLY REPORTER F-V VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JUKfi 8 1911. NEW YORK MILLIONAIRE SHOT BY 2 YOUNG WOMEN "n Victim was WYE. Stokes Noted Horse- man and Real Estate Dealer! MAN IS STILL ALIVE WILL LIKELY JIECOVER GREAT SENSATION CREATED PARTIES TELL TWO STORIES Stokes Alleges a Casd of Attempted Blackmail and Woman says Man Was- Assaulting Her. PROMINENT MASON DIES NUMBER 5i town end neighbors and fight the bat- tle to a finish until victory hat beon won and tholr rights in tho premises maintained." GORILLA CAUSES EXCITEMENT. By Asosclated Press. e NEW YORK. Juno 8.W..- E. D. Stokes a millionaire real-estate dealer and horseman was shot last nlghtjiere by two young ladles In their apart-' ments. His condition today Is impro ved and physicians say that he will recover. Miss Lillian Graham an ac- tress and Miss Ethel Conrad aii il- lustrator are being held at tho police station charged with the shooting. Both ladies are fn a. state of collapse. Three Japanes...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 June 1911

i n i . in ii ' imr i i i i m ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER JHTTINH TME FLY 1 1 ML 1 BY ABILENE PMNTlKO COMPANY 'hmred a second claw wall ai Abllotie Trw October l) 14 1908. WmmUm SUBSCRIPTION BATES .11.00 . .GO Hers pertaining to business snould -o addressed to the hpr or Bomo particular department nnd sot to Individ un la their absence their mall will not do opeuou. L "i.chcokB and postofflco aud express orders Bhould be ftai payable to the ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. 'laHortbora falling to recelvb their papa- regularly will lfUr a favor upon the management by reporting came j.Jo the buslnesp jffice. All papers should bo delivered by Y?:M each afternoon and It delivery is not made by 7:00 Velock p. m. report same to1 the business oco. I i Uii erroneous reflection upon the characterstanding or i'ptatlon of. any person firm or corporation which way flipyear In the columns or The uoponor win oe giaaiy cor- I ;rcted npon Its being brought to the attention of the firm f TELEPHONES: I Rufl...

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 — 9 June 1911

YJL9U TORE; ma V ? OENNS n by high mm TW ODEATJt PENALTIES ARE AF- FIRMED 1Y THE CRIMINAL ' AlTEALS TRIBUNAL BIG SUPREME COURT ROCKET Approximately Ono .Hundred .Cases Will 1)0 Carried Over Until tho Next Term of the StWs Highest Trlbunnl AUSTIN .Tiitio 7. Two death penalty cases Were affirmed today In the court of criminal appeals being that of D. I). Spates from San Augustlno county Jurisdiction: d. E. Melntyro vs. Port Worth and Donver City Hallway from Potter; Klrby Lumber Co. vs James 13 Williams from Jefferson. Applications rofitBOd! F. L. Hall ot al. trustees vs. Robert Moody from Homphlll BU Louis and 8an Francisco Railway company vb. W. J. Klaor from Grayson ; St. LouIb attd San Francisco Railway company vs. J. A. Armofrom Graypon; H. G. Martin ct hi. vs. W M. Abornathy county Judge ot nl. from AtaBCdsa; Wolls Fargo and Company's Express vs. D E. Mclntyro nl al from Potter. E. M. Buedsoe vs. J. C. Sumner Wil- barger; Whllllo Walker vb. Estate of Geo. II. Wallter deceased Mc...

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 — 9 June 1911

t fOfflt MMHWSU HMWMBMHtlHIIlll IWIM1 naMMijuijatiBgBM i Aii Jma-.i THE FIRST STATE BANK & TRUST CO. II THE BANK THAT APPRECIATES YOUR BUSINESS THE GUARANTY FUND SANK 1 I ! I'. !' I Of V MEN ARE ARRESTED WANTED DY GOVERNMENT i'' i i! i .Charged with Complicity In tlio Cross Plains rostofflco Robbery Cnsc. 't t C ted States Deputy Marshal L. I y has beon notified that Wiley I wlthlu tho number stant forces. f- nature's IIEI'OIITS DENIED Telegram From Gen. 31111s Says Hcnt DM Not Cause Dropping Out No Disrespect to Officers WASHINGTON June C Denying press dispatches about men dropping out of line becauso of heat in tho Gal veston-Houston march and lnsultin tho officers tho War Department tcf- day gave out the following Btatemen "Referring to recent press uispat is soon to bo solved. Many pcoplo Cubans Americans and Spaniards Vis- ited tho Wreck today. . f ) Newton a man. wanted in this I eg atatug thnt on the receiUj&aTch ct m connection wuu uio "DB.from Galveston Toxagi a iiu...

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 — 9 June 1911

Mfjflfc)Ri.ii ....lytwfa.- (1 4' tuwMMMatiJi ODORS AND MOISTURE. I A Scheme That Is Said to Improve the sense or omen nrri.n mnat striking fact connected ui tv RPliotil career" said the prep i.ii Bnuhiiite. "was n peculiar abll- Uy on the part of our commandant io detect the faintest odor of swobs In ft room on his dally Inspection. The irtni t nltemlcd was of Clio military Variety and smoking was a rather se rlons offense. No matter how much a -. iiitil been nlrcd or fanned with wet towels previous to the Inspection (ho offender was always caught. 'After 1 had received my finishing touches and become n citizen I niado so bold as to Inquire from what' pe- culiar dispensation of provldeuce the ability was given to detect one mole- cule of smoke In a hundred cubic feet of pure air. The old boy smiled and. binding me to .secrecy. Imparted the reason of his wonderful ability Then )io took me to n boy's vnented room mid told mo to wot my linger and rub my nostrils with It and sniff. Lo a...

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 — 9 June 1911

i" W18DC "il ! I !fc rv t rr. 1 F r t V l I. J 1 IH (l I M m t W i i TRIED TO KILL WIG ON RIVERS STKKI COKl'OllATIOft TIIIED TO D CONTROL OF COMPANIES SHIEWlJp BI WATER GET GARY ' TESTIFIES 4 .. ' Me Would Have Voted Agnlnnt Buying Tennessee Coal mid Iron If Roosevelt and Root Had Not Approved Sy Associated Press. WASHINGTON Juno 7.- Chairman ttfnnlAi? nf tUn tTnllDA Qtnnl Pfnhn Prim ' mjttco today declared that ho had lcrd that efforts wore Doing made to des roy the transportation c J coal toy water down tho Ohio and MIssls - tfppl rivers la order to substitute rnl! - road transportation. Citizens throughout tho "Mississlr) t Valley under present conditions get Mie benefit of tho cheap water rates. Mr. Hall formor chairman of tnc PWSDurg stooK iiixenange tesiiucu toat he informed tne unuca states Corporation about getting control of he companies now shipping coal by wsuor. h xu uury mH iwiuiiuujr tfenfed this. When asked if the United States Steel Corporation would have puc- chased...

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 — 9 June 1911

fU PAGE SfcTIir FRANCISCO I. MADERO NOW IN CAPITAL CITY Greeted by Immense Crowds of Enthus- ' iastic and Admiring Patriots.' . COMMENCEMENT MONTHLY Ml MEXICO CITY ROCKED ' BY VIOLENT QUAKE More than Fifty People Killed--Large Buildings were Wrecked. SIMMONS COLLEGE HELD LAST M i S GIVEN A WREATH III WIDOW WHO FOUGHT IN THE KASKS OF INSURRECTOS MANY RUM0RS OF PLOTS Jttit No Vlolotico Has Hcon Attempted Greatest Demonstration Ecr Witnosscd In City. Dy Associated Press: mell into tho hallway they found It M13XIGO CITY June 7. Francisco Inky dark and tho floor literally car- I Madero arrived here this morning petqd with 'fly paper which stuck fast amidst tho wildest enthusiasm. Tho to their feet and other portions of City was thronged with enthusiastic their bodlos crowds of patriots. I rpi. lmfnrtunntnH nnnnt tho runt of Tho Madero special camo in prc-)the ceded by a score of other trains .that nau gunu uui Bi.uuy io ito mm. at all stations by a special squadron of police. Presented W...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 June 1911

''?'?'VtM$1iq$tf9pE?f " ' 't i .. -J : w. : ... ' ' ' - 1 ll'! ! 'A: ft rj &. rl na ua. Is Iff 8ft llHt. w lw fitf w if 1 U. 1 IC 1 '! " .'X'.1 in I I i' I ' I. I . ... I ' ' " T. .'''" :M:'-"' 'S&Si!E'siein-Bl0ch 'V v Smart Clothes : . -"l : - - Sifl Retail Merchants Association ABILENE TEXAS We are .related to' the Retail Credit Trade as Dun's and Bradstreet's agencies aro to the Wholesale trade. Information furnished to the members of the Association only. All kinds of business represented in the membership. We specialize on habits of payments Object:'' Mutual protection to its members S. H. GARRISON Secretary. T PERSONAL. I I - (THURSDAY.) C H. Fulwller; esq. came in last alght from an extended' visit to Fort Worth. Prof and Mrs. W. T Rouse left on tho noon train for Chicago where they go for the summer. Mrs. Wm. W. Winnlford left thi-j atorning for a month's visit to her Bcther in Dallas county Prof. C. JL Lewis left Wednesday at noon for Rochester N. Y where lie and Mr...

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 — 13 June 1911

ABILENE SEMIWEEKLY it REPORTER VOLUME XXXI AHILEM TEXAS TUESDAV JUNE 18 1911. NUMBER M. EMPLOYE OF GAS COMPANY KILLED FATAL ACCIDENT THIS MORNING; SYILL CALVERT AGED 18 THE VdCTIM. CORONER'S VERDICT DEFERRED Inquest Bovclops Need of Expert Medical Testimony; Doubt Freely Expressed Whether Gns Fumes Were the. Only Cause. Will Calvert aged eighteen years an employe of the Abilene Gas Com- pany and a son of Mr. and Mrs. An- drew Calvert Is Jdead; at tils- coro- ner's inquest to bo concluded iate this atornoonJdBtlco of the. Peace Keoblo will return his official finding placing the cause of death either directly bb asphyxiation or as nBpliyxlatJon ren- dered fata'l by BUiistroke. The verdict has been deferred until expert medical testimony has been given. Calvert died between elovon o'clock and the half half this morning: He was discovered lying at full length in a trench In the alloy between South Second and Third streets where he bad been laying a gas connection from the main Into the...

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 — 13 June 1911

Uack tw t . " '1 ' ' " . I I 1BILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY rt-1 no onnnml clnHfl mall ttt AbUCnO TCXaB Ut.uuu .UfULV w " 14 1908 SUBSCRIPTION BATES l ftMiyMr . u .. IjP' HMIUW lie 41.00 . .60 iiL- ii. tn imnlncBH should bo addressed the u i .. nmn nrtrtJnnlnr donartment and not to '"individuals aB In their absence their mall will not be d . -. -. .i nntnffiPA ntiii rxnre53 olr- opohod. iJrauB cubbiw "" ---- otvr dora Bhould bo made payawo to mo ' - ING COMPANY. A TIUIMNG BCIIOOIj FOIt noirs. Commend us to Abilene In that fair city thoro aro bX for the .resent the -future and their work shall endure through nil tlio ages td conic iml In low ttn a generaUon ho.t Texdn visits foreign county hli proudest boast will he "I am from Abilene! ' Poof 7 Abilonols to bavo a training school for boyB Her Cham- bor of Commerce hnB raised $11500 for this purpose and the building is to hegin at once. No delay; no mannrm about It but right now immediately If not sooner work...

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 — 13 June 1911

y. - r' i;r ff. 9 lAOK THREB THE FIRST STATE BANK & TRUST CO THE BANK THAT APPRECIATES YOUR BUSINESS M THE GUARANTY FUND BANK -v ; v 21JNDICMNTS AGAINST CASHIER OF COTTON BELT ". J i Skinner Declares Ho Wll Head Guilty Ask Tito Mercy of tho Conrt and Live Down Fast Errors shorter via Sweetwater thnn over tho old route. Tho distance to Lubbock via Sweetwater Is 400. FORT WORTH Juno 11. -Twenty-two indictments charging embezzle- ment to tho amount of $26280 wore returned by tho grand jury In tho Six- NO. CO 117 acres G-room house ty.Seventh district court hero Satur- day afternoon against H. Skinner 2000 May street. The Indictments charge that Skinner who was cashier .at the local freight depot of tho Cotton Belt railway company embezzled tho money from the company by which tie Was employed. Skinner is in jail. Thursday afternoon ho dug. up $9000 of tho missing money in his back yard. J Notes and securities to the amount of $8807 were turned over to the aUthorl- Mna Rntimlnv nfter...

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 — 13 June 1911

--fopS T np 5 u R h l I I n i hi . it H paws rouw SPEC! A LS EXTRAORDINARY Hosiery Gloves Parasols ONE WEEK Beginning Monday June 10th 2S to 35 per cent Saving Extra Specials on Hosiery LADIES H9SB in black and tans 15c grade. Extra specla lat He LADIES HOSE In a 25c grade. Special Extraordinary at . . .17c GENEVA SILK HOSE in a 35c grade in black and colors. Extra Special at 23c LADIES GAUZE HOSE fine 35c to 40c gradeextra spliced too and heel at ... 'M0 LADIES GENEVA SILK HOSExtra flSILgauze double knee 50c grade for Jf. y- -fa 3 LISLE OPEN "WORK HOSE JWlne quality Jbe 75c grado Extra special fff ..... ...JT..I 55c PURE SILK HOSE-fblack ojfi J! in f f.00 gle Ixtraordlnary . Special ..f.-...:jP...J 69c PINE SILK HOSE In blacllfaniAlor&ifne Sl.$5 grade for 95c ftnpi SILK HOSE in coloft oy thJRlO grjldo extra' Spe cial grade JT fe1. lO black only 25c 17c 12 1-2 and 15c grades lie MISSES AND CmLDRE grade for .Jf MISSEB AND.fiHILDfcXNS fine totf 8c n'd TBAiPICIlS ON LADIES GLOVES. ...

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