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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 2 January 1918

&JeJM& ILyfc . Tr-t f fiJc ffilje StWkniUjepxrtt mfiy- VOLUME XXXIII ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 1918. NUMBER 1 FIRST OF GERMANY'S STRONG BLOWS IN WEST REPULSED BY THE BRITISH VmW -77 r - - j" jwwymwwVttWMiwifiwwwtmtnwn'wmmw iMwuwiwwmiwiiwMwil m wi w w wtiHjm) w;i 1 win iiwmHiWiwniitiwtimitwiHimw.itiww. wiiw mwwn rntm wwiwr imihwh wiwwwt w FRENCH CAPTURE IT IN SUDDEN OFFENSIVE IH wniTPTi TOMBA KiiLtlUJN FRENCH SURPRISE ENEMY AND MAKE BIG (JAINS By Tho Associated Tress. JIOHE Dec 31. In iho Monto Tomba region on tho Northern front tho French liato captured many positions between Osterla dl Monfcrcna and Maranilne tho war offlco announces. Thoy nlso captnrcd 1100 men sixty mnchlno guns and sotcb ennnon. . By Tho Associated Tress. VIENNA Bee ai-Treparatlons for conternttacks ngnlnst tho French In tlio Monto Tomba region nro being mndo. By Tho Associated PrcsB RERLtN Doc. 31. Tho Fronch troops took tho offenstvo yesterday on tho Northorn Italian front. They penetrated port...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 2 January 1918

it Piiim .MrTu V Start the New Year Right By Opening a u. .. .t - A FIRST STATE .BANK ABILENE Corner N. 2 onif m Sf. t PERSONALS u MkM Deczte Bowden left Monday morniag for Little Rock. Ark. I Corporal T. W. Kelly loft Monday morning .for Camp Bowlo after vlslt- 1 In the city. Glaad Williams left Monday morn faff for Camp Bowlo after visiting home folks la tho ctty. Norman Flnlcy left Monday morn rag for Trlally University whero ho irill resumo hla studies. "Miaa Bornico Ross left Monday morning for Denton where sho will I resume her studies in O. I. A.' Miss Fay Cathcy of Jnyton spent Sunday night in Ablleno enrouto to ()v!lo. whori alio w-Ul visit rolntt'os. R. A. Smith teacher of English in John Tarleton A. and M. College at 8'teflienvillo arrived in tho city Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ilartmlllor Toft Sunday night for Houston after n visit hero "with Mrs Hartmillor'a parents Mr and lira. S L.' Ralph. Georgo A. Pearco and W. E. Rus- '' 'Mil who have been spending tho hol idays-in uwe...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 2 January 1918

CB1 ABftfemi mEPORTER. ABIT.IKI Y1XUI r: 4- : yj. . eWfcA ro a Happy and .. Prosperous WIS K T I w m t -In this our 1 8th New Year Greeting as in the other seventeen we canlhank our customers and friends for ahothgrear or progress. Uur 1 oth years business records show the largest volume or business in our history. We are justly proud of this record especially under present conditions.' We wish to extend each of you our sincere thanks and heartiest appreciabonoregatrpnage and loyalty that has made this p05sible. '. ' " ; .; : '" ' X -' :v ' :i ? We feel that it is to some extent an indorsementby our customers and friends of our business policies afid merchandise handled that this store should grow steadiljittoiigh changing conditions from year to year-front supplying a limited local patronage to supplprg customers rfroughout ral West Texas. l?r Our faith in Abilene and CenfflJmJ with closer co-operation of every individual and force that is building this Seclon of JfeawaKranaently l...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 2 January 1918

not Axrunri jwpoy Artm ixxaji ABILENE KPBHTEI BY ABILENE PRINTING CO. .. i -. mss-n. -. - . . .- . ; ''. .a ..' ;. -s j 'body Bh6uld bis careful to hold down war-Mhrow in our resburrcs and rn-.n dren One speaker said -rtelt you Germans but when left Intact French the fire toss as much as possible. A small blaze can grow Into a largo ftra In a very short time. Watch yonr flues and watch yonr tires. UBSCKIPtON RATES: f ' jin Year (in advance) . . . $1.00 Th Kni?Crs Son-. telephones: HoW many sons did tho Kaiser R.ii and circulation i2lhavo when tho war began? A. six. Ftiweii oriice 81? I .1097 or 348 iHjfoRcriMln falling to reteltc thtlr rpr rerJlly Will conlr a fnvor upon tho -rju-jtg-TnMit by reporting the aime to the liUJtlncs'- office '1'hone No 6. nr erroneous reflection upon Ihe charae- r. standing or reputation of nny person ffrm or corjoraUton which tnnj ' JHroor in the Columns of THIS nBPcmTER will ho cindiv irreeted upon Its hems brought to the attention of the firm Member o...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 2 January 1918

THE ABtLSI J-Ft)RTI( ABIL1HI TXA H u OqePcr Cent of total receipts will bo donated -to- RED CROSS -by- METROPOLITAN OAFE Jock Gilstrnp Msr. I FREE! The Reporter wi pMMi FRSR f charge In oiir iMe of Jan. 16 every "For Rent" advertisement phoned or brought to this office Wgf $ tf f provided you state that you saw this notice and that this Calendar is hanging iu your home. I EmEm -.-.4 frpuhn n .Vinifc .ltriiihjtf .ifc. t Sutttene mcii T . JANUARY 1918 licpoder During the month of Jan a representative of the ABILENE REPORTER will call at some subscriber's home and ask to sea this "HANDY FULL PAOE CALENDAR" The first htimo at which the representative calls and finds this calendar hanging or pasted on the wall in the homo in full view a Fivo Dollar Gold Piece will be presented with the compliments of this paper provided that the person who answers the call has previously familiarized himself or herself as. the case may be with the advertisement appear- ing under the date that the represe...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 2 January 1918

r M ' 1 V d U I N 4 PACHI ftt Jf St. JIfc.ilv-. W GROSS HAS 6560 MEMBERS AMPAlGN IX T1HS COUNTY WAS SRKAT StrfESS QUOTA UK. IN(1 EXCEEDED. CITY OBTKiNED 3J70 llMlene Heal Couniry Districts On Tolal 3temijcrshlps $3951 For SMUlinrl of The Work Room. Tho Red Cross Christmas member ship .campaign In Abilene and Taylor county was n distinct success the pit? and eoiintv colnc "over thr IrtiV fwlth the quota with a wide margin to spare. The County's quota was 0000 nnd ttin tilirrtliiir nt mttt mntlihnra nhlrtttlnfl totaled B.5G0 up to noon Wednesday flwlth il few places yet to hear from -flftnd some of the reports In the- city jincomplele. It is likely that the coun- Rty total will reach or exceed 7.000 by afthe Umq tho flying ends have been ubrought together. Merkel holds the palm for members Boutside qf Abilene with Potosi run- cjntng her a clqso second proportion- aj atcly. Merkol is credited with. 1000 be cause tho worherB there declare they will get that many though the real number i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 2 January 1918

I yiir ALMOST ENTIRE CIVILIZED WUR1D FIGHTING KAISERiSM Mne-tcnllis of tho population of the Vw ltl Is now at war. More tlr i tialf Hit governments or tho earth are en- gaged in the struggle to preset vo civi- lization or have broken oft relations with Germany and her co-partner8. 1 ittlo more than one-third remain -hou- trnl and most of thoao are tho smaller etates who are prevented by their post- tic n from engaging in the conflict or whose influenco would be without ef- fect. It is tho world against barbar- ism' 111630 facts are stupendous yet they are borne out by figures as the iollowlng tables will show: The Allies. Nineteen countries have entered tho war against tho modern barbarians. Tho following nro their names date of entry and population including that of their colonial possessions: Serbia July 28 ..... 4547000 ltuBRla AugUBt 1........ 175137000 France August 3 87429000 llclgium. August 4 22.571000 British Empire Aug. 4. . . . 430959000 Montenegro August 7.... 510000 Jap...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 2 January 1918

8v- -ssrr t it ii H? FA4NI 1HMR ! WAR DIARY FOR WHAT UNCLE SAM IS DOING Years Activities on Land Sea and in the Air Written by the United Press Staff Cor respondents for the Abilene Reporter. Jan. 10 Allies announce their Peace terms are reparation restitution and future security Jan. 22 -President Wilson addresses senate on peace terms. Jan. 31--Germany declares Indiscrim- inate submarine warfare on Neutral as well as enemy ship- per. Feb. 3 America breaks diplomatic relations with Germany. Feb 4 Germany announces release of American prisoners captured by German raiders. Feb. 1 British Admiralty announces first wcek'B total of vessels In- indiscriminately sunk- by Bub- Timarlned as: British 21; other .belligerents 4; American 1; oth or Neutrals 19. Total tonnage 86.344. Feb. 2G British recapture Kut-cl-Amara. Feb. 27 Cunard liner Laconla subma- rined with loss of American lives. Feb. 28 Gorman conspiracy to involve Mexico and Japan in war against America revealed March llBritlsh ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 9 January 1918

r l) AUUeiie tpoxttt iUMBEK TrfO VOLUME XXXIII ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9 191d. BOLSHEVIKIARE SPEGIRL SESSifllf UPTDG0VE10R SO REGISTRANTS ARE CLASSIFIED Red Sox Stars In Fighting Trim For Uncle Sam PREMIER'S IALK IS APPROVED AND REPORT FROM PETROGRAD 3AV8 D0L8HEVIKI ARE STRENGTH. ENING THE FRONT. INVITIOATINO COMMITTEE TO Si liniT "FACTS" IMMEDIATE. LYTO HOBBY LOCAL EXEMPTION BOARD KEPT 1HSV PLACING MEN IN CLASSES WHETTING SWORD DISAPPROVED T I eitlrnl Committee to Work Overtime In Order lo del Reports Hcfldy Por Possible Special Session. it iff Special to The Reporter. Vt'STlN. Tex. Jnn. 7. Chairman j- or the central legifllatlvo Investi- gating committee announced today i hat the committee has sufficient facts at hand to give to the Governor to form a comprehensive- Idea nB to whether a special session of the logls- l.iure wilt or will not ho called. mis data In to bo presented this cv- . ninK or tomorrow. Tho commlttob tu also decided to meet at night' time iiml devote th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 9 January 1918

JPAOE TWO It- jBftart the New Year Right By Opening a Bank Account . -At FIRST STATE BANK ABILENE Oornar N. 2 and Pins St. I PERSONALS ?LG' ? "nlno Cfln8 wns a vsltor in tho city Monday. Albert (Tabb) Winters left Mon- day morning for his station nt the Groat Lakes f Albert (Tabb) Winters left Mon- J. Ji. snacitoirord left Monday morn; llig for Austin to attend tho general freight agent.3 mooting. Mrs. E. Stoadecker has returned from Nov Orleans whero sho has beon Visiting for sovoral weeks. - Dr. J. M. Alexander laft Monday looming for Chicago and Rochester Minn. where ho will spend tw$ or Thrco. weeks In post gfaduato work Along surgical linos. W. T. Payton assistant gonoral su- Dorlntendont of the Fort Wort & Den ver and tho "Wichita Valley railroads WiB a visitor in tho city Monday inor- .nlng on his Inspection tonr. - luc jiur. u. -j. mcuiaro puaiur ui at. Foul's MetbodUt church left Mon. daj lay morning for. Fort tWorth where so will attend a meeting of tho Sun- ?lay schoo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 9 January 1918

r r i TM ABILENE MPORTEH ABILENE TBXAfl ?A01 THKM Sas awi " Its our countrys mes- sage to us all and as merchants wo are bettor prepared than usual to help you "do your bit". Wo '11 servo you so that you can save. V J Here are wonderful opportunities to reap savings of economic worth on dependable seasonable fashionable merchandise which you can use for months to come. .We are going to crowd this store with satisfied customers during this sale and invite you to come and share in the savings. It has always been our policy as progressive merchants to allow no accumulation of stocks from one season to another;. The object of this sale is to clear away all such stocks by m airing worth while reductions to insure quick clearance to afford money and room to replace them with Spring stocks. Sale Begins Monday January 7th at 8:00 O'clock. r Aft3We SqVm to mako this Janua ry Clearance Salo irivo you a substan- tial relief from the present high cost of living by offering ybu great stacks of m...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 9 January 1918

.1 PAGE FOUR THE ABILENB REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. If S8IL1E IEP1TER 8V ABILENE PAINTING CO. foreign trade for Its prosperity can- Was Ho a Blockhead 1 not lit" In a tvofTrJ that ftaF? it l Th& Saturday Evening Post came "Thf b1o kule of Oerrmnv does very neat talking out In court when not Jeprd upon the Wealorn Front. It said- r cen upon the Allied fleet It Is "What would you say of a man who Entered as Second ri-s Mall at Abilene. something that no military power can Insisted that gorernment should turn Texas. ' batter down. It can he lifted only by the postal service over to a private i"" cnncraiDTinM H4TF5- n German reformation of snch sort corporation which would run it for One Year (in advance) $1.00 that the resources of the country shall tho profit it could get out of It; who - . ... .... . mover again bo At tho arbitrary dls- urged that government should not SAN ANGELO STANDARD TELLS . ftnaTrhrc"ton tho irresponsible government even coin the publlo money but leave OF COND...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 9 January 1918

PAOF JflVJR IN STRIKING UTTERANCE BRITISH t HUM -II1IIII1 I !! I II Ml llll Ill II III I I I Mil Ill Ml II ! MIIIMI ll II II III MM HI III f II I I II 1 1 I Jl III Mill I I I Mil 111 111 llll I 1 1 I Mill I I I III I I I II II I I IT ' m ti-arLXTf T34J BalJill!MjJ13lahigtjWWWH?t -Lfl?lmKlil BSrTyfftfwPffT?- ImF ' iVWffffigCTMfffinWPt11 Our Big Consolidation PREMIER REASSERTS ALLIED AIMS mmmm&mmim tmrzsacssziFfiXii nwiBiriw vw. W-at a ' mm. .j l ijhwwmwh!1 i - - ""i"-." . .. ... . . .... ..- f - as--. - . . i Rehabilitation of Belgium Poland Ru- mania Serbia Armenia Montenegro And Restoration Alsace-Lorraine demanded Offers you an opportunity to lay in your year's supply of Shoes and High Class Men s ancH'oung Mens Furnishings at prices that can t be duplicated again owing to the great advance almsfc-f on all merriianriisp! Rp sum and spa our nrif ps on HanRn Antl HowavatlflFoster SllO&tWfoSvvear needs j . nr irH"rltirfirS'n ifoftcriQC mamncf rt'iha Zr kkJ JMULiyiiUVllVJii IL...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 9 January 1918

PAOfi six THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILEttE TEXAS. U K i t TEX. PRISON BOARD ISSUES STATEMENT HISTORY OP THE PRISON SYSTEM OF TEXAS IS REVIEWER -. IN FULL ME BIG MONEY l 1917 Commission Enters Hie New Year With l.BJWAV.UM) Avnllnliio Cnsh As- Sets nml Much I'milnec To Be SoW I Special to The Iloporter. HUNTS VI LLE Tex. Jan. 8. The Hoard of Prison Commissioners com posed of John It BIckoti Sr. chair- man' W. II Dulaney and W.'G. Pryor issued n statement today in which they reviewed the history of the pris- on system of Texas in detail. ThO following Is a summary of the signed statement in so far as It re lntes to the history nml property of prison system r By reason of tho legislative Invcs 4 ligation that has recently been made of nil departments and Institutions of tho Stale Tho Prison System has I como in for its share of tho limelight. t and there lins been much discussion j both In the public press and elso- l where relative to the present and for- mcr policies management and opera...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 9 January 1918

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. mm HWY 1 above an other duties ot tho otflco an the governor with Iho object of creat- peached at our highest lnsUutlons o! I shall continue to do eo. If elected by ing a closer agricultural settlement learning. nirtmnt the people . The very live of our boys and to assist deserting person o ae- S.lKSSS At uio iront aro involved in our con- quire smaiu improveu uuww w.wv v.. . "-;";-"-""-"" -Anfti CuUvaLiuuait n;uiusiiw v j.- nF UTMOST KDiTOlt ANNOUNCES HIS COSWnACV FOll 01IIE 1 EXECUTIVE PLATF0RN1 15 orcsent or sue stratinc uio vamu ui nucnumo K.v. ...... - -- - --- .. n Invnrnm. of nnd nrniied direction In subdividing talent the best character and the beat ...... . n. ----- -- - --.imiiinpni Hii7rniln tho state nitorcs. wnen i nvnn in in nnv nonflp no rnmnnreu nnn nrniuiruiK uui iwn o .....-- - - - - - duty I ceodlng administration as ttlth tho Governor's dutv to the peo- lands for settlement. pie for the winning ot this war. j this shall not bo ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 9 January 1918

JPAQR EIGHT TOT ABILENE REPOJtTXJt A1H.1H1 TEXAS -Tggpft .eSMSSEBWDyiMiy Quality First Then Lowest Price Abilene's Favorite Shopping Place St.- mmmmmmmmsmMmm toz ""M"II"'IM''M'''''W"mi'm'w""i''"m''iMWWwwmWimii lWPBMlMggiWBMMtigiaBK xxgEggsEm '- J ...... ....... 7-. yj-iw 7.ii . . iiuni.iivl WI W. UAVJ .VJ U.iU - Vf.KSJkAJti TT ' ' ' ' - ' ' a ' ! ' ' i ii ;s r-r -B f Sg8S8ge8 mm M BB wmmw mmMMMWMmmmWit - '".-. .'.a .vMMMMmm. m ' ) 1 1 i i i i i i r ft g ! s v i 1 h H 1 t IE . K ttmMmiimmmmmwmittmtmitmitminMMwfaMfmt0miHWitmwtnmHtmmiHmwWHwm Clearance Men's Hats One big lot of Men's Hats Novelty Shapes in Many Colors. $2.50 nntl $3.00 values for ?1 05 One lot of mens and boys Cloth Hats some with inside turndown Ilandsonio fabnes splendid quality worth up to $2.00 Choice for i . 50d Our Most Important January Clearance With Prices Downward in the Face Of a Rising Market tmhtii mmi lit iHitf itfnmtl tttltrm mu JANUARY SALE Hosiery for Women Misses . Men and Boys Our January Sale of Hosi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 16 January 1918

v ftttlote ftepttcto VjOLUME XXXIII 'NUMBER 3 ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY JAN. 10 1913 Iff un ilITI. CEEUL mii 11001)8 FORMER SPEAK. 'HI I" TIIK HOUSE ENTERS HACK ACTIVELY. fljlf Uforato Homo Principles "Which Up rit united Two Years Ago Mien He Mndo llnca For Tho Snmo Office. 1 importer lins received the fol i ( H mnoiinccrinent from Judga John v miiH. formerly of Hotnn FIshor i Kinrorn.ng his candidacy for s . tiptiornl ot Texas: Abilene .Texas Jan. 11 1918. j ii. n i nnnounco my caudldncy for (i n miinntlon of Attorney General of m the Ju)y primary anil nm i mulling my application to the i iirnuin of tho Democratic Exectt--u i .nimUleo for a Plnco on tho t hi I in nil lampnlgn I Bhall ndvocato it -imo principles I did two years e j ml ahull not at this time take tho i in rplterato them. In pfflto Is purely nn administra- te -no and 1 shall discuss tho way in niii. Ii I hollovo tho laWB should bo ii icrpd but shall freely express i vnttH on all public questions at- frtfinp tho people ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 16 January 1918

?A THE ABILBWE RPOKTER ABILENE TEXAS. Statement Of The First State Bank 01 Abilene At the Close of Business . Dec. 31st 1917 RESOURCES v. . j. . .v.4 i .. .$15620.83 Kurnilure and Fixtures ........ 5605.10 Real Estate ...... '. 12470.49 'Interest in Guaranty Fund 5006.89 Stocks arid Bonds V. . . . 11970.14 Cash and Erffchange 1896; LoansSfi .'. T. LIABILITIES 4 .00 07.16 Capital Surplus and Undiviclei Pr . Bills Payable .... . . .... jj. .... ' None He-Discounts . .'. . J J. .. . . A . . . ..f None Deposits ........ X. . . J . 910621.33 TOTAL Mm . $64428.49 IS w . 100000 Jiff. 298 "ft yP II open. I. Al Vag8tarr left THeSMV nttfttltlnn In Ilia llttlna If vn.rtlAMtot n Tho trrtA no linrnlnp. frnt linl.l nf for Batrd where Bhewlll hi. gave In tho poet. Ho is worthy of 'the key and used It in opentnrf the n nnira in ihj. ikiB.i ii . - .. i - - ntlL8pS?dlnB tv7 weekl wt Jer Introduction lo tho voters He has' by prying a board off ft broken wln- metnar Mrs R. H. Parker and other served on...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 16 January 1918

paoi tmtt TBI ABILENE REPORT! ABEL1HE THAI i. ii ii ii wm in THRIFTY BUYERS.are having an unusual opportunity to make a wise outlay of money during this sale. Hundreds have already taken advantage of the BIG STOCKS and UNIFORMLY LOW PRICES on sale here and you are urged to supply yourself now with merchandise for personal and home use. Any change in prices for the future will be upward and many lines are selling now at drastic reductions to clear them' out to make room and provide money for new Spring stocks. ' r " )U During lliis sale you 'have the greatest suit opportunity i efed you. Our entire stock of Ladies' S uits will be elos choice Tor just ONE-HALF regular price. This met L) select from such high grade suits as "Pinlzess" vnd . a fraction of their real worth. It means a foss to ui mil ovorv suiL Come earlv and choose a t ONE-I L4JIvPRICE. i v have ever had of- al unr that you haven chance 1 m "Rellsincfeirmakeral w - - m m ose r ar Svee awd Urwaow Tivessss 5eVv0i aV "?nce ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 16 January 1918

TAQE FOUR THK ABILlWg RPORTBR ABITJBNK tlXAg UILEE BEPORTER BY ABILENfcPRlNTlNO CO. Jbmcrcd as'secdiil rMs M' Mur- rain falling ft moment ngol Rain m. jwctt watery moisture-laden ratn. It "bsorIption RAtest wan not a heavy rain. On the con- One Year (in advance)... $1.00 trary.H wob ft light rftjn It wouldn't 1 r1 - 'have hurt n .bnbys but It wad gcn- EdftorTai omla . ..::-:::."-: all n harbinger a hlnLot things to come Society 1057 or als a. promlso of trash njovera some time Subscribers failing to receive tholr paper to be.--Stato PreSa In Dallas Now remilarly wilt confer a favor upon uk what do you know about that' A rnanincemtnt by nt.rtlrg the i same to the n m wrjtlng 8ch an artJcle in business Office. i'hr.U No 67. lhe dy of TMaB A pla(1(J Any erroneous reflection upon the charac- jn the very center of the great blaCk- ler standing or reputation of any person . . ... . rp---- X riiv tnn nQfl rirrrt or eorporatlfcn which may occur In mna ueil 01. lexns. a city inai nas the col...

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