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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 March 1915

THK ABILENE JttlPOHTBR. AltMICE TEXAI. FAGS jrrvi r sixth iffim. TN Siege nftbHoRsedfO'Keefe CHAPTER I. A PLATOON of the finest wheeled out of tho station house nnd down Deshley street their .....J brass buttons gtcanilng In the light of the sunset Opposite the little fountain of the Cupid with tho chipped liosu nnd in front of Tim Courky's saloon tho platoon hatted nnd saluted tho bent nnd twisted Widow O'Keefe Mantling on her doorstep. Had not the veteran Dan O'Keefe been the nnwt popular man on the force? In nil his life Dan had liover inndo nit ttrrest off lib; own bent or on if he could help it or made trouble for n brother officer or refused to lie for his friends. Out of the third story window leaned i pair of gleaming gums surrounding hhleli was the pleasing high check boiled face of tho ono who was known solely as Marie Sergeant Clancy stepped across to convey the time of day to the Widow O'Keefe Sammy O'Kcefe. u lino tall boy with a curly bead wine to tho door and gripped ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 March 1915

Mliin THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAI. ARREST OF BOMB 11 IIMWMI I WBWW WHWWWI IMWH WlWi WHKHlPJI iii-fjjaj"BJ.' THROWER TODAY I ' u i . t Bd Pet' wni Lmvmi rtww HB HnbU U TRICKS FOK jT Pi t AATS. fl CI'OWKSI. ..g. .. nitioafcvt C7....sC...Kh 11 pi --im; .j...i6oo If ri'filMffl ...JF. roo 01' Thljfl I? KjKSVmi 600 n y no.:. t fiPIIIS i AhliMSlr.feltaB Mgn Tjkr ' Rfc;af MldA Cor. South First W P'1 Chdtnut fctreoU. I 5 H"i JF 8-G Hally ' P illOtiT 8-t. i Phone Nc 40. . I1 ) STRIKE TiilE S REIIEWE rmcKTA3i: of maths laihier SHOWI.MI HAD .HANAOE.MENT SAYS THE HEPOHT. ROCKEFELLER IS CRITICISED "He May tfln Strike lly Starrallon tniler False Jlanner of I.iherl - Hilt Fence Can't. He Main talncd." By the Associated Fress. WASHINT0. Mar. 2 -A HcaUilnir rralKHMeat of the Colorado militia for lis trcatwent of the strlklne hiIh- ers ami their families. Is onnlanr.l In UUU-B "viuy-iwu in v. u. jiickboh h report LI r of i HiThh Com" BnrnK h.re' Bomo tmo Sat"rliy n'Rht- VliiP ltri ilv.riLi.V i?...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 March 1915

I ..W Hbbbm - V- U ii iii i. I""- " i iii i 'in i iii wmmmammmtmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmm I ll !! II - I II 'HI II -I l-llllrilWl .Hlllll.)H I lw IWIMllllWlMIIMWaMIWPUIIWWlllWiMMMW VOLUME xxxm ABILENE TERAS.-TIFSDU MlIIC'll 9 1L XUMRKR 1ft. ABILENE TO HAVE A "STYLE SHOW 57 COAL MINERS BEEN RESCUED EAST INDIA H FLEET AIDS ALLIES nifl EVENT WILL UK STAKED IIIlltK jMAHI'll 23 AM) HILL LAST i thhoughoit the week. this result ok 1 nights' seuhh MINE DAYS IN W. NGLO-FREXCH FLEET I'rtt'XI). IMI AWAY AT FORTS AT DVR- DAXELLEH XAHKOWS. VA. .r 1 ' i I. - I i ' - - i nSs Picture Map of Dardanelles and Forts Destroyed'by Allied Fleets Aim pjJ8lJIJu'liJlW?ii'y-iwiiffl v--- .-.v.- - . - r-.'m?mmvcrr$msmm!tMNH)mw W . mmmiimmmii-im- v H i i i i m jk; I ns&bx...mnmtA' wrrsmatm. ..-& ' -:m 61 M .v i '4N f BIGGEST IN IOIVN'8 HISTORY Soitlo of the More Progressive Mer- chants of lite Clly Mel Snturdny nml Decided lo Stngc Mio llfi; Show. A "Spring Stylo Show" in Abilene. TIiIb was tltr conclusion and an...

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 — 9 March 1915

PACT TWO THE ABILENE PPORTKR ABILENE TEXA 1 n I SOME REAL FACTS While .we are sure every one who lias thought on thesubject or looked up the figures knows that since the Guaranty I?und Law went into ef- fect not a single depositor in a State Bank in Texas has ever lost a cent; however we think it well to remind you of that It is a further fact that all Savings Departments in Texas State Banks can show a similar record. In addi- tion to the interest allowed the de- positor has tW special protection afforded by the requirement that all funds must be invested either in bonds or first lien real estate mort- gages the loan in each case not to exceed 50 per cent of the value of the real estate. The further fact lliat no officer can borrow a dollar out of the Savings Department is a protection worth considering. We appreciate all accounts and want to treat every customer with proper consideration. The First State Bank and Trust Co. v$- oiticial i;kss miM'vr sivls oi t si ATUiKvr pi:i:m'ii ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 March 1915

k i V !r h Sf!OOP the CUB THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS I REPORTER HAvmT7)6ooor X -r ri&K." y FULL Blaze Of Glory Is Right SOUNOJ LIKE THE BET UL MD IH 1 TW BlZNUtt WA$ TO BE. BOUSED I IV?E6JTEM0OJ LOCAL COtORPdeX VW SERVAHT STD.rtE AHVuW - ) NOWTOCrOOUT fVPlAZE cVtWY By "HOP" FAOB TURK! wwiiirffw11! u ii'i'ig I "" N p'fcf . (loof vM y v jit. -xtv n jfc- ii- . t ivi iji ji v s ri VrW Z11- AUDITING BOOKS GRAND MY WROTE OF IS COUNT! j mm: hlaxtox aies fiwnce COMMITTEE TO Al'IHT HOOKS OF TAY1.0K town. The 'district court In session horc liaB had u quiet tfeek thus fur Thursday morning a finance com mittcc composed of C. W. Roberta S. II. Garrison and J. L. Mliigtiswns ap- pointed by Judge Hlnillon to nudlt tho hooka ntyl accounts of tlic various of- ficers of Taylor County and tho com- mittee got down to business shortly after being Instructed as to their du- ties. In the case of J. W. llcttcs vs. L. Lacy ct al. which was a suit on notes and for a foreclosure of ven- dor's lie...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 March 1915

paotfou 5BH5H5SHSE5 ! f jig AfelLfeftB REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. l. b If- '"7VlWfm;:ttWft?:yi iwwaWwwwiWBMriwiiiJwMBaaitaaaMwwi The Exploits of Elaine A Dttecth Navel mnd m Metion Picture Drmmm By ARTHUR B. REEVE TWWelKitewii Nat mkI (he Creator of l!i0KeeyMS(orie3 Pretnttl in CoMafeeratkiw With tlife Paths Player a4 riw Eclectic Film Company Cefjrrftfcfc tU. tT lfc t C8ipiiy An Tonnrn !ttt ItfitrtM MOHttMRflfiAMMSRS SYNOPSIS. ( New York toollce urn mvstlfipd hv rip's 6f murders nnd other trlmes. The ctonl clue to tho criminal In the warn- (JfttM1 which la sent the victims. m miui a ciuicmriK imnu. inc ini- 81ctlm of the mysterious asJnssln Is nr Umlce. tho Insurance president. p J tlAugllter Elaine pmploys Crnlg litdy. the famous KcIenHfle detective. iB- 10 unravel me mystery wnai Hi)r accomplishes is tola uy ins It Jameson a newspaper man. En- 1 at the determined effort wlileli s'e. and Crnlp K nnedy are making to kn end to iiU crimes the Clutching as this strange criminal Is known....

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 March 1915

MMMI 9WtT 1 2 INDICTMENTS 4 i""1'" I BY GRAND JURY THE ABXLSHK APOTIR A1IXJIHK TXXAI. EXCELLENT MAI FOR LOCAL! FICE TERM OE COUNTY COURT- IS ENDED i OT 12 Ull.I.S llETt'KXKI) SATTJt IAV TEX WEIIE FOR PAHS- IXU FOKGEII IXSTHUMEXTS. CMS III DISTRICT CHIT .linlgc HlnnionN Court Will llosiime lis Labors Monday Morning WlUt Some Important Case va the Docket. SrnvSTATII)X 01' XAVAL HECIUriT IN SKKViri: (JETS axotheu COOl) JltiCOltl). The ginnd jury In the district court Tt'ei6 miide Ub HrBt report Saturday m lor it week of hnrd work. Twelve In- dictments were returned nil being felonies. Ten were for passing forged Instruments one for burglary and one for theft. The first report was made nt about 11 n. m when nine bills were re- turned nnd the other nt 3:30 p. in. with four more bills reported. Miss Annie Johnson wne Indicted In three eases; two for pausing forged Instruments nnd one for attempting to pass a forged instrument lion. J. V. Cunningham was appointed by the court to represent ...

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 March 1915

THF APiirIB fcEBOIT? ABILENE TE S as fki nmuw. :u ajuumtow j4 MuxwMiiBwa a wy '.'.mi r -s ji " a ' j it:uuui jai wju ' i x wimu j in in gr - imMAi.jiMLjmiiiLMiimmfmmmm mmmn:ym.miix.Aii'ix-'MKz:rs?L'iL!Mmiuv eumn c vu.wti.vijm i.j.x1 mRsgEiMraMniMsnnMaiimmi iwwwwMwwwwwcawwB vit AiMJ-.-wtwuwwMutgSi.i m it mijm BSPWPWWWWWt"3-irrocgiim"i' w--- p GO TO THE mmx March 17th to May 1st 1 01 C March 17th to lay 1st '!! :m 8 fil. :' If ! i u i W I it '! I1-- . I :- i i t R. ' !PJ 1 4 roiiiiMvPfl I1 lS ii ill I I I II mimNIjIuIjU XPOSIT 4 f ni t-i n & AT OUR EXPENSE The greater trip of your life and your Exp nsc s Paul. G and return when ami the route you choose. If you do not w:.iv to ak- 'h hip w pay you 'h money- -by th 11 M M eie Reporter-News Magazine Subscription Campaigii--4 ' This opportunity to sec 'he world's two greatest Exposition ? (Ssn Diego and San Francisco) is cr- tainlj wurjh.v !' youn w - ffH'. Tin k of ii g mg (. 'h. Woro's Fair with xpi nsi s pai. ! You may UtKeinr m nt...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 March 1915

"ft "' ''"! '' "" """ .1 III...UII.....J ...III II I. I ...Ul. !. UN. - . Jj . volume xvni. ABILENE MXAi FRIDAY MARCH 12 1915. KUMM 19. V l" w APPEAL MADE FOR FUOD COMMISSIONERS FOR STARVING MEXICANS MEXICAN REIT CROSS APPEALS Tlllioruil BRYAN ASKS FOR FOOD . MMt THE STARVING OF MEXICO CITY. 0. S. Will GIVE 1SSISWF Slnln Department .Will IVOperafe With the American Red Cross In Rclletlng.n Very Alarm- Ing Situation Uv the Associated Pros WASHINGTON Mar. IO.Tho Mcx- lean Red Cross Society Issued an nr- gent appeal to the American Red me contractor who will erect tin Cross through Secretary of State W. apartment house has his men and ma- J. Dryan today for food for tho starv- torlal already for actual construction Ing population of the City of Moxlcn.work. The appeal said that the famine In The worttvon tho new atructure will Mn.tco City wns steadily growing Klve many Abileno men employment worse and Immediate help was Imper- ns .Mr. Pinberg hns announced his (n- atlVo In order that 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 — 12 March 1915

' PA TWO m AMLEHE OTFOKTER. ABILENE. TEXA rrr ter- Stitnutut f tkt STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF V CmmIcrmJ The First State Bank & Trust Company COMMISSIONERS CALL s Marcjrath. 1915. i . ( RESOURCES: Loans .f. $437014.37 Overdrafts NONE Furniture and Fixtures 6021.10 Real Estate 992596 Stocks r.r:l Securities ' 79830.33 Interest in Guaranty Fund 2622.61 Bills of Exchange. (Cotton) 4926.32 CASH & SIGHT EXCHANGE. . 147179.27 TOTAL '. $687519.96 LIABILITIES: Capital ....... ; . . ."$200000.00 Surplus & UndiVjded Profits . . 33778.60 Unearned Profits c 3681.91 Bills Payable 55000.00 DEFOSITS 395059.45 TOrAL . . $687519.96 it Officers? E. B. BYNUM ... president OSCAR PARKER . .Active Vice President J. H COUCH .......... Vice President Wf H. FREE. ...... Cashier & a HONEYCUTT . . . Assistant Cashier f! The Farmers & Merchants t National Bank r AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS J Thisdayfmib4m 1915 yf7 fr mjP "fc JLS V. RESOURCES. Loans and Discount...

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 — 12 March 1915

A I THE CUB 1 SCOOP aT: .C1 AST -OSPAMAKShpX .-I READYOUKADVICEA 2 - c '(uurur UftOY A PJ?- T7sicMhAucMru .ObbbU nu ieeoiMc?AM I JObbbbVFj -.-! IVlnltlC TA rrr VSr CTta;. u UClwnntWI. L-V w-t -"-- -vu Ultl'i 1 ABV ?W? htOMeiMrP JJKTr vwibOOMTOMf bbbOFI OPN WINDOW AND ZYS r. 5 nv3nu3 mDrj-.jA . . .. . .. . .. . . w . i ah'sv. i ; . i sbbct. j V- Pwwh . 7m VSLKVHTlVOLnHFUUIX-KNOWiX AM A UTUJE. SSfhX zlzz mm v SXFEAiufeEsy" whl Hoae-ofcoimke QmawW s im - u3 r flora llwev iv t-? Notes From Various 7ersonals Miss Aiinn Mac Robinson spent Sitn- dny with rolntlws ut Caps. U. M. Dye of Moro was a business l8ltor in Abilene Monday morning. W. E. Clark spent Sunday with homctotks at lboris. .Mnek Saylcs lott nt noon Monday fop San Antonio where lie will at- tend the Cattlemen's Convention. Deputy Sheriff 0. K. Hcdford of Eastland county wub among tlio court visitors here Monday. Ira Odor of Stamford spent Sun- day In the city with relatives und frioiids ..." ": '"::J"" rr"":.':i"ua::v-nn !!. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 March 1915

rum AMtsvm axtoatbi abilkhi tixjui. m m Im fc Mtl-WIIKLY KlUayiMt Hr AMLKXK Mi MI ft CtSrAXT. 1022-28 North Secotiel Street. fcnterci an Second-Class Marl at Abl- t lene Tesas October 14 103. fMDUtCKtl'TWX KATES. haa VoT- In rlrai Mi ........ .41 .00 Blx Months (In aavancfe) eo.to tills end still we orten wonder ir Sabscrlbers falling to receive their the American cities are not really men- paper regularly will comer a'lavor.ncing tne very rounuation 01 our spoil tho management by reporting the bitio to the business omce. mono ui TKIit'MOSKS: flnalnnca atlit P.lrctllatlon ... ? Editorial Office ........ Beseems to us thai tnero is no mission Society .-..... 1037 or 348 field in the world more needy than (Any erroneous reflection upon the the cities of America. Truo there arc character standing or reputation ofthousahds of well furnished churches any person. Arm or corporation which (iu every city of the United States In may appear in tho columns ot The telllgent well educated consec...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 March 1915

I TKI ABILKMI J18PORTJSR ABILSMI TEXAS. pao nvi R J L'-r 4 eimtm emsow Mcr Huskies Ernies. CHAPTER I. End beautiful runaway bride opened her eyes In dated be- wilderment to find herself gas. big up into tbe dark hand- some face of life black Vnhdyked won. Sua was in I1I3 anus. She felt another clasp about hot -the man with the while mustache- Gilbert BIyo gen- tly teloased bis hold of her nnd the while mustached man turned to carry her up he bill Uer eyes closed again Gilbert Blje. freed of his beautiful burden hurried up the embankment to where -his luxurious limousine stood by I he side of the broken raif. As he Jumped Into the driver's seat and put llfl foot on the clutch nnd his hnud on life brake he glanced down at the scene of the nrcldent. The taxi lean- ed against n stuidy tree which had stopped it from n fatal tumble Blye'a etiutifTuur. the wide featured Scnltt WMs bringing up the unconscious drlv- or of the taxi. The vivacious bru- imtte nnd the heavy man with the thick Jl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 March 1915

PAfVHX THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEX AM. SEE THE WORLDS TWO GREATEST EXPOSITIONS AT OUR EXPENSE Shipment New Spring Coats and Coat Suits GO WHEN YOTJ LIKE AND RETURN WHEN YOU DESIRE YOU MAY GO ONE ROUTE AND RETURN ANOTHER. BE ONE OF THE FOUR 10 EARN A TRIP l H E Iffl 1 Mall Ik lj BfMI rah tfi-Jrt la J IwuJlB" "" to Si t&d iMioiuunal. . JIIU'U tO )'(1UIX( till' these Made-to NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS Master Designers have been at work for many mnnttift enllirur out the finest fabrics from the moot renowned looms for the fabrics are then- itial step in the success of- Rahn-Tailqr SI 7.50 Jo Ami that sticcesiin Men everywhere li remarknhle van Measure clothes No well dxesred Wan would think of wearingf raody-mades when he can get clotb&s such as these made to his order and his measure at the same prices of most ready-made clothes.' EASTER is April 4th your order for that New Spring Suit should bo pleaced RIGHT NOW for there arc always so many that wait until the "last mi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 March 1915

tAO lttT fc r M """ Wl ""irT ' W iS iijibiwujiim ill ii .u.twuMi !!! i ii .- i i I 1 igniinwafwuB i - M mmmmmmmSBSSSSSSSSSSSSt March 17th to May 1st " Qj 5 Mareh t7th t0 May 1st 1 1 t SAN GO TO THE M FRANCISCO EXPOSITION 4 AT OUR EXPENSE The greatest trip of your life and your Expenses Paid. Go and return when you choose Jand the route you choose. If you do not want to take the trip we pay you the money. ( N 4-Abilene Reporter-News Magazine Subscription Campaign--4 This opportunity to see the world's two greatest Expositions (San Diego and San Francisco) is cer- tainly worthy of your every effort. Think of it going to the World's Pair with expenses paid! You may take the money and go when'you desire and return when you please or keep the money and do ' ; - what you please with it. : 4 Trips and Expense Honey 4 11 with Pullman and elurn with Pullman and and Fifty Dollars for Capital PrizeTicket to San Franeisc One Hundred Dollars for Expensl Second Prize Ticket to San Francisco a Sev...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 March 1915

JrAwK WSIilT THE ABILENE REP08TSB ABILENE. TJSXA SNOWFALL LARGE TWO WARSHIPS FAMILIES LIVE ON TO VERA CRUZ' HERBS AND ROOTS Children Cry for FIetchrf Rough Weather BOOTS OVER THE COUNTRY AHILENE nirXTKT ClOT IIKAY IEHT XAKI'll .SNOW RKCOltll. ; i skvi:uvi ykahs. rXlffctl STATES TAKES ACTION MANY RESIDENTS OF CANARY ON ACCOUNT OF MEXICAN ISLANDS KIT ONLY EVEM MUTATION. OTHER DAY it I . -is I r Ml tT I 1 f ' fi I I V Jpy 1 iCT II 4J I WILD BEST be mRde-PRICE HIGH TOPS !h s. Good Work Shoes Our lino of work shoes Is tho best to bo found anywhoro built for strength and long service of superior leathers thoy always glvo tho best of service; and if thoy fall to glvo satisfactory waar we make them good. Work Shoes at $2.50 $3.00 and $3.50 Hjm GO TO CHURCH AT SAN ANTONIO SUNDAY Special to the Reporter. BAN ANTONIO. Texas Mar. 9 Marshaled In pan Antonio Sunday waa I aa army of sixty thousand men wo- men and children an army larger .than the number engaged in soruo of the noted battles of the...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 March 1915

' i BBBBBsmsBBBBm. i HHHMHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHpHHHHBi k M VOLUME VI. ABILENE TKXMS Tt'ESIHY HAH I'M lfi 1915. "IWmasJMsmSBSIIssasjBSSJBb BRYAN DEMANDS FROM VILLA RUSSIANS LOSE 20000 TROOPS VIENNA PRICES HAVE DOODLED 9 ALLIED S HE PUNISH M'MANUS' SLAYERS 3&ffclt ffc HIPS TORPEDOED BY tt ii ft NOTE TO ZAPATA NOT SUFFICIENT YIMiA HAS CHANCE TO SHOW HE IS "STRONG .MAN 01' .MEXICO." SPAIN AGAIN TAKES ACTION Has Again l'ut I'p to Ilrjan Frotec- Hon of Her Interests In Mexico SHiintton Is linprotrd at Capital. By the United Press WASHINGTON March m. Secre- tary of State W. J. Ilryan tonight ad- mitted that ho hns demanded from Genernt Villa that hf punish the slayers of John H. McMnnun In Alcxl- co City Thursday. Gen. Zapata has promised to take action demanded by the- United States hut the Administration re- Bards Villa as Zapata's BUpcrlor of- ficer. Villa Is now to have ehajice to demonstrate that he 1h really the "strong man of Mexico." Duval West Is understood to have reported that ho...

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 — 16 March 1915

f - Sw-ft --fe SK.OiMf ftWft'WWWB THK ABILlfr It JtBPORTER ABILUKB VISAS FAIR EXECUTIVES ARE ENTHUSIASTS TOLER S PETTY SELL 17CARSSINCEMAR.1 50.000 ARE III EXILE III PERSIA When Your Insurance CENTRAL WEST TEXAS FAIR Dl. RECTORS APPROVED CATA- LOG AND PREMIUM LIST. LUCVI AUKXTS FOR MAXWELL AITO .HAKK I.AKOB MMBKH OF SALES l. FEW DAYS. OFFENSELESS CHRISTIAN PEC PLE SUFFER AS RESULT OF WAR. la Placed with us it will be placed in the strongest OLD LIME COMPANIES. It will be properly written arid carefully looked alter at long as it is on our book. INSURANCE IS OUR PROFESSION AND SERVICE -OUR GUARANTEE. : r K We Can Help You Help Yourself Use Us UDoii'tgel the mistaken idea that your account will not be appreciated by unjust because it is small to begin with. Many of the best accounts on our books were very small at first. If The very fact that you have an ac- count Willi a bank that is'anxious to see you succeed and that is always ready and glad to assist you in any way possible will s...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 March 1915

PAORTHfttt QfOHP THE CUB OUUVJT REPORTER Scoep Knows Why He Ought His Celd By "HOP" TRANSFER OF REAL " ESTATE FOR WEEK 6REAT WORK OF f WRmHfrT?5iQMHEnLTt4SA?IH; V MRUWJOODS XSHOCLbHfWEKMACVfEbVVn- I 1- w 4 JTIW DEEDS FtLEII FOK-ltKrOKD WIFE OF SPEAKER fF TEXAS HIU'HE HECl'KKft COH PVItMRY EDrfATloa BILL. l TAYLOR IWXTY FOR WEEK ENDING TlirilflDAY THE ABtLENJG REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS . '. y 3 """" ' OWSCOOP-tW WTU5 ON HEATlLi3tOUtfSrAT AM' V 7 Lq & V ABOUTNGURTU I ( SA USTEM BOSS- X f IVISE ON ME. "WAT v V.O' TVUMrrtnum fcNTiflWHOit. VVSONHLTH rfxu I X?ESI6H (VS MEDICAL EDVTDR I r r ' I ilin.1unr.in in i nr n mil nriMnm l tnn th.tt wfl..ii.a Y " " - ' - v- ' - . i aow i Mlll I I . I Notes From Various CLYDE GROWERS I orriri:itH ami executive rimed selected for ilimilino i coMixa eitoi's. SNOW DOES UTILE DAMAGE 'I'nirk nnit Fruit Crops Will bo HiH.lpers--School U lloliifr Fine Work imtl Alt Arc Very Enthusiastic Special to Reporter. CLYDI5 Texas Mar. 13. The truck nnd fruit growers...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 March 1915

Aiiro0 TW ABILKM1 miFHTXK A1IHHI T1XAS. !' II- r ft . T JOTTI insw. Tli Ttrmcitirs. CHAPTER U CClnK WldoW O'Kcefe stooped III QHtekty nud snatched some III thing from the floor while nve ULJ Btfngefg peered Into vry b- Dwrd Mk borate of the two rooms l&d both wkkh eopris4 the Wklbw O'Kecfe's top floor suit The object was n small snapshot of June. Tho deserted husband of pretty J mm Warner was at tho hall door with JH hand reached out for the knob and iq anotlier Instant Ned Warner and Juno would have been face to facet tn that Instant the Widow O'Kcefe whipped the snapshot under her apron and the very swiftness of tho motion struck Into the corner of Ned Warner's rest less eyes lie turned and he and tho father of Juno glanced at each other. There was something suspicions hi the bent and warped nud withered Widow O'Keefo and her tall sljp of a son. Ned carao abruptly from the door and re- newed bis search. At that very mo- ment June Just outsldo had pauset) on the third step from...

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