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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 27 March 1918

mm CLAIM CONSIDERABLE PARI OF BRIM m BEATEN FIGHTING CONTINUES BITTERLY j5 ho Associated Press. IJKtUJN March 23. The official statement from gen- n.il headquarters tonight says: -The first stage of the great hattle in Franco is ended. v have won the engagement near Honchy Cnmbrai St kHi'itin and Lafore. A considerable part of the English armv is I oaten. We are fighting approximately- on a line north (i-t of Bapaumo Perro; and Iiam.M THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS 1 !7 f h nui btnivmn mnm i SHELLS INCREDIBLE I PAGE FIVE dWC RLS T lETIIEIEITIF li ho I BRITISH MS 1 A1AKD PL1 ItBTIIBAT OF THOOPS TO I.IXBS OF DEFKXSII IX ACCOM) AM'K Willi IIlitTISlI PtAS. if SITUATION 15 n Nothing. Snjs (Iciicrnl Silth.ltorrlcn Lends (o Conclusion tlint tlio Outlook is nt Alt Had. Associated Press. LONDON March 23. "The battle is continuimr wWh thn ratot intensity on the whole front south of the Scarpa n.r" Field Marshal Ilaig reports tonight. "South and awt of St. Quontin our troops have taken up ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 27 March 1918

p.GfiSH6 THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS " BELGIUM UNDER THE GERMAN HEEL .1 Hi?rly on Tmmday morning drawing room. Ihey had disappeared Ua JJoth of August a dato 1 am net too. I remained with the countess nkoly w forget 1 was awakened bj And then standing by the window laud knocks and slipping Into my suddenly we had our first view ot the .i.niju1B 6u!vn i uiit-iiuii uic uoor nmiiuerman iroops wiinoui music or ms there stood poor Gustavo weary hag gara irlhterted intensely negligee looking aa though ho had not been to bed at all as indeed he had not Ha had brought hid whole family nnd had given thetn Omer's room In thd ga- rage sitting up all night unknown to me manful soul that ho was with the agent do police to keep watch. Thof where they wero to turn down Into gardes clvfquee had vanished from the court yard. GitBtnto came to announce the Count Bottaro-Costn the Italian minister -whom I found waiting In my cabinet himself wearing a haggard air Ho camo at that early hour for co...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 27 March 1918

iilllSI THODPS THE ABILENK REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS rround near if M K1MH gemais nm Tlif war office nn- ""'II ""' 'lOHnfM fhat ! n.m.i. -.... u .unBi mRBEKaMng; 'nek to prepared positions Borltn PACjtB SEVEN ranmimi i V 4TI I) n CHJOI OttDKlt TO .'osirims l'ltttl'AItUl) IX ST. qt I WIN KEOIOX. ra-i mgni Claimed IfijOOO nrimnuN' land .200 guns had beu captured byi be Herman In Man's Land the Hermans are said to nave rut the barbwl wire enianjrlAmehts by hand under heavy ririe tnaeljlm rn arid' artillery ffrc They denended 1arglv on irencn morxar fo cut the entangle- ments The Hermans forred their way Inta Mory but a dashing counter attack drovo them out Renter's correspond- ent al the front telegraph The par- ty Waa surrounded and probably cap- tured. The correspondent save there la reason to believe that fifty German I divisions aro In the struggle and prob- litbly half that many more are In clo I roseate The tlrltish nre falling Imck very rrnuuig Hombnnlcd Paris Suburb f0.wf !" oxcDl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 27 March 1918

PAGE EIGHT THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS iAnih&m-Hljh Clothes WJ by Leopold Chicago Clothes ?f Qua For Young Everything is her wear. Come look 11 then select what will pleasure on Easter muni satisfaction For young men taste we have a stu baum "Yunfffello" Spring styles will ! -f Men of Tcte h for J gOQT m r r kwonK Jay;and tlftiii! anfv mHn our Easter things over u the greatest the maxi- fhout the season. men of youthful fng array of Kirsch- ithes in the smartest he military note em phasized in the (pose fitting backs of many the representative styles ol Uic hour. For youths of high school ae we have the Langham High clothes; suits special- ly designed for the younger young men. Close fitting models in original designs and new patterns. Prices $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 to $35.00 W PASSED II SPECIAL SESSION THE LEGISLATURE law MAKB118 SOON FINISHED JOVERNORS I'HOHRIH AS . OUTLINED. 1NY LAWS ARE ENACTED Fourth Called Session of Thlrty.Flftli Legislature Rpllotcd to llaTC 5lndc a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 3 April 1918

t yt bikM tttedUg fUpircter ABILKNE TEXAS WEOMslm Willi. .1 1918. NUMBER II. NCH AND BRITISH MING HIE TOLL FROM THE GERMAN ATTACKERS itfcitH.4MMiWMMmnfrawm tbmmm(mmmnhtmtmttmmmwmitinHiMftunmMtiftmnkfHit4Mi iiMnHiHiniHimfWMifitininimniHHHUt tWHiinmMtMt iHittHiirHrtntHmmmtu fWM1 M immttmnM H t n wmi DM ( imt HiiMttfiHtHftfnfiwAititni miniHtmtmiiimMiiMmttfiii iMWMntcirtmrtnuwmiHfitmrirtffH H I - - UK INTO THE PICAi? BATTLE 0 I'll HUMMED THOUSAND FUIJ.Y i;Qiirri:i) ami tbaixkd ItBAJlV FOB BHAV. s Ilpcnptnrpil Moroull With Jinny Prl omrs -British Tnko 230 Prison. its niu! Forty Muc.lilna (Inns. ?v tlio Associated Press. WITH THE AMERICAN AHMY IN t i; M'E. Mnr. 31. All tlio American i .i.-i li.ivo boon turned ovor to tlio "( nnd will soon bo fighting side .u- with tho French and British i i ijn in tho bnttlo rnglng In Northern nat nclfvlty of many sorts Is un- w i' Mi tho whole Amorlcnn zone T mis ot motor trucks miles long i p with Amorlonns- aro passing 1' uzh tho towns. Tho roads lor i...

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

5 if 11 i N Wi k pa AOfefWU BacJr A JBo ys Up Boy a Liberty Bond' Dtiu't shake Hip solid confidence the Goverairtiont 1ins in you ovory Iruo born American should be in notion. T'ni'lo Snm is "counting on youJc can't fight this war alone ami requests that those vhq"iir'c not Borvyig hitn othenvistf help to tta extent o&JoaJiing linn money at i per cdht interest on fjlherty Jjonds. SAUlfl2A&' AIM'LTj Gtli min'ks JU15 ojicnirfg .of -theTHIim LIBERTY LOAN CAMPAlONj-lIuy a Bond our defenders have assured usfbf tlieirwHl t ingness to sacrifice ALfj perhaps Ilfe( itself. ( AVhat would your saerifice bo in comparison f ' De ready to plaee your application for bonds. DON'T HESITATE. The right to Hvo iiuAme'rioa jflfts this investment sfiuaroly'up to you. ' Weevil! have these bonds for sale and glad to take your application for them. First State Bank Abilene j PERSONALS J D. Thomas of the Tyo soclicn Wfls In Abilene Monday oh business Ho stated that many of tho farmers lft his section...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 3 April 1918

PAGE THREE H39mHRJSES3E? tt mMHHmmtmmrmlmjMm OUR DUTY m COUNTRY THEAB1LIK REPORTER ABILENE." TEXAS TO The habit and practice of thrift and saving is so im- portant to business gener- ally that we urge every one 4o buy THRIFT .STAMPS and WAR SAVING Stamps If we do not save and help our Government we can not hope to win the vai Buy today and keep buy- ing just as long as the war lasts. E Citizens National Bank aZ3S3 SCHOOL'S SERVICE FLAG DF 95 stars en v in: T T Y mttm: CKHKMUNY TlirilSDAY MOlLMNG CIVK.N II Y SM'IUTY. Mm!) -Former Students of Sclu.ol H:ne (lone Out ti tfelit fiiv n Free ' World. II kh f Tho Abilene high srhool has a - rvlfe ping wiU nlnat.Vi.tlvo nine t in mi lt whito field In itta midst t the rod border representing the ic-d-blooded ox-students wlio hnvo of- i tod tliolr lives. !f needs be to put the jellow In thu black knlsor nnd hie ri'y horde. Tho flng was presented Thursday who love them tcrrlblo wnr. tho Insults nnd Injuries' I Trotn norinany had become unpardon...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 3 April 1918

k. I i P. PAGE FOUR ABILENE REPDBTER IPubllslied' feach Wednesday at Abilene Texas. B)Y ABILENE PHINTINO CO. - " ' ' Entered M Second 0!as Mall at Ablleae Texas SUBSCRIPTION RATE8I ONB YEAR (In advance) 1.00 TELEPHONlai Business and Circulation '. Editorial Office .' !?? Society ...... t ...-.. 037 " 8i:b9crlb8rs falling to receive their paper regularly will confer ft favor upon tne management by reporting the Bame to the business office. 'I'hono No. 67. i 'I " Any erroneous reflection upon the charac- ter standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which roar occur In the columns of THE nEPOHTBK will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention of the flrm. Member of the AMoelated Prett. The Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not oth erwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. IVKflVKNIlAY. APRIL 21. 11)18. nrini-inj-L' nirn-"-1-- -- Kaiser Bill and h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 3 April 1918

BELGIUM UNDER THE GERMAN The Burden of We Baw no English however other i 'an thoso In tlio swift motors that iijshfd eastward through tho Bols; no i ther French than thoso tired cavalry- men Ho IjOva!htul seen going along Ho boulevard drooping with fatigue vrr tholr horses necks. Tho news pipers might aniiounco that no of- 11 ml acknowledgment of the sur- i nder of tho fofrts of Llogo had been -ado. that tho "sltuntlon resto fa- vorable" "les forts tlennent tou imrs." tho rumors that flew from mouth to mouth were otherwise and eoplo knew. Tho slow persistent mith percolated slowly. Then ono day ror tho first lime t ere wero cryptic note3 In tho press. Hip situation was serious Tho 3 ..dock edition of Lo Solr had an nl- i ston to grave events and Instantly ill ocr town there wore rumors or a i . rman advance; tho Invaders wero 'nwlnE near; the Uhlans wero seen .f this place and that! The hours wore away. Ono got omohow through tho day the spirits tr lined toward everting with the Sll...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 3 April 1918

I i si 1 Tim ABfLEME REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS i FOURTH SE SI DF LEGISLATURE w s ami s ONE KE8ULT OF STATUTORY 1110. HIH1T10N WAS 31 U FIELD'S WITHDRAWAL mmm NO FRICTION Beth l'ro Bud Anil Got Behind Leglv lailoa Proponed by Hobby nnd 1'hI It Through on Record Time. AUSTIN Mar. 30. The fourth call- cd session of the thirty-fifth legisla- ture has gone 'down In Texas history as not only One of the hard working bodies of lawmakers hut also the most harmonious for the tsa pn tceary. harmonious for the past ten years. The pros were docldedly In the mnjorlty and the governor although an anti gave the lawmakers what they wanted consequently there was no friction. Tr.o governor stopd by the legislature nnd the lawmakers stood by him so tlicro was no unpleasant features as char ncterhed the legislatures for the pfiht three administrations. The Bpcech of the governor delivered at a joint session of the legislature won over not only the proa hut appar- ently the antls as well. Ono of the re- sul...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 3 April 1918

THE'ABlLENl? REPORTER. ABILENE TEXAS PAGE SEVEN i - 1..-..I. j... - . in we nil. ins limy ; l nintrii stutvirns iijan i ( OJtDIJfO TO .3fHW CJt)JK. TIME WITH Surds'? day In October -when tho clocks will all be turned back one hour. SBKJtEKE! Do Y0n1Vatit Your Kldncs JCipcI mcntcil On? RMhor troubles ftro fiottlnit niee. common every day. Government be burrau fltrqreg say deaths fro tonus irc ?2 nor cent morairTi. 20 """"" "- yaftrs ago. bllene dropped Into tbo new Htm?i Anybody who suffejfcoustat : !'.--Hnln wtihnut a visible fltck.r nd ncho who fels bliiiorvous and tr 111. i 4i. now t.i.n afi 'rltable: who hadlzzy spellf heAd t very few if any tnlwOtV weir nc nJ tirl i. ! a timir irtiittat Pftct kidney 1I clocks In the nation wore turn- Kidneys must.hftfpfS re?f T2jC?! n3 ...i innf Qrtnrrijv niTht ' easier live mMk carcflilljsrjr.tkw'n ni ho nation Is now rnnnliii one K RUinoy . l.l.ln.l eMin.lltln Mnlh Tllrtf ia ! UMTS UP business houses are opening at 7 a JoJfrr ? JPj&$ . sun...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 3 April 1918

page mom THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS MOTil iWWWOTIWPia Economies For April Buyers qrpot EH 1 1 -EK U. ' " i i . i - ..... i i . i I tTT ImlC 2 I If r i i i t u if . hi H A Wealth of New Spring Merchandise That Offers Timely Savings Now Invites You to Visit This Store Keeping prices down as much as conditions permit is the greatest service any store can render especially at this time of price inflation. Upon this important service Our facilities and merchandising experience are centered. The great purchasing power of this store and associated stores giyes us a commanding position and price advantage in Silk Dresses savings everv wholesale market resulting in important which are shared in by every pafron of this store. Con cen Irate your buying here and take advantage of Our broad assortments and carefully chosen stocks. Such val- ues you will not find elsewhere special pricings in many instances. Specially Priced at $16.50 In this assortment of new frocks will he found the mos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 10 April 1918

jeSUriknc tOMto fWfltcte1 IBILENE TE V S UEDM-'SIUY APJltL 10 IMS. NUMBER IS. 1 ..tirrt imnitmtHin tiuiimnmifWtiH TROUBLE MAY RESULT OVER LANDING OF JAPANESE AND BRITISH AT VLADIVOSTOK JAPANESE ARE WINTER WHEAT PATDDLLIMG AT PRODUCTION BE VLADIVOSTOK HULK v Tim Associated Pro3B. MOSCOW. April 8. tteports horo fnm Vladlvoalok indlcnto tho Jap anc-p Admiral Kato's landing party i now patrolling tho streets but does nt mtcTfe.ro witn tno wo or tne city. Th .Taiianoso representatives hero minimizes tho Importance of tho ln- dd"nt WASHINGTON' P. C April 8. Thp landing Of a British forco which M'.ntcfl tho Japancso landing party ?t ladIvostok has boon confirmed by ttv tneilcan consul there. No details ft. given They landed without re- sistance. The I md of the British at Vladivos- tok and the Bolshevik objection to the moo promise to cnuso tho state dc- iartwent aomo concern. The Japanese occupation of Siberia was proposed ro- rentlv Tho Unllod States assumed a "hands off" policy and tho ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 10 April 1918

ii . .1. . . i l l... I n ii ! IT " i Tjjjfr' &'" """tin nlanf as s&on b j m m jkttrrr. . r. m IfJKeep Well 5 f SS JBSNk. Sm?. tUUS6nv' V JH poisons P undigested RT . aPMr XJJ& jrmfjESQF -n.wX ei .. HLZ food t0 accurnujaes Jm I? JWb-iMflft.. x JWl HC rther troubles are bound W y t1 r - a smb bl iiwriiutfHii TliM.. HHi U- V 4 "" P fordjt JPJiyUrtughtt yJi X I M I I " m BjSdwKKuflluasa HI I I III W f mild latlve and llvfr 1 JlL tM Jt Wr r v Qi reeulatof.. We use H jBHHr p ' M v . JtM in Hie faintly and bellcv K. SS . ''? - - f it la IHfe best rncdiclrte for 1 . . H. s yr the livcf made." Try it. U The Third Liberty Loan AoavS ' ' ' J - - - 1 1 m nvOTflni tun Aiiirnnn nnrn ni inn ir:iui b a JTULIUl LUU U1C fiuiivuu uw u .. ....... ing station doing tilcoly to plant as s&on ftp. We et tiw mm future then after the ralhs buy jour pigs nnd baby bfctrt falWs tout by all means let us be ready lor bus- iness after tho firs rain. Wr.Uo rnte1 9i)d say "wbat you win ralaft fig be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 10 April 1918

fkkUBlllBNE HEPORTEK ABir.EteAS PAGi iimiit' f tt'tt'lil' ' ' IT "mriii ' 5 . E-u- ... t f SeaiouabU TVivq& uv lieteT ADvve 5ooAs 3Vwdt ttvev MDasv 'Sabncs S M. fll '. ' . rtXv buumimummimiiiiii iu JiiainiiniiininlinniaiM"-'" '!! DO YOUR PART ( BUY U. S. r GOVERNMENT BONDS ' THIRD LIBERTY LOAN AND MAKE THIS WORLD; A DECENT PLACE TO LIVE IN Citizens National Bank KEflUY U III SBILEISECTI1 AITUIhNTT.Y T11K I.ONC DltOUTII IHS IIKKN IimiKi: UVKU A WIDE TEKKITOKY. Tho forco landed was said to bo small and only sufficient to prevent farther diaordor. It was learned officially that tho American government at tactics no political significance to thin incident In Otlinr U'nnla U l not regarded an being connected In any way with tno much diacuBscd possibility of Japanese Intervention in ainorm. 'i no landing party was rrom a Jnpancsc cruiser in Vladivostok harbor. Surgeons ngrocthi Aorarcntly tho lonii drouth In this section was "broken by tho heavy rains ol Friday afternoon amounting to ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 10 April 1918

: PAGE FOUR $m ABILENE JftEPORTER; ABILENE TEXAS ABILENE REPORTER pWWtehed ach Wednesday at Abilene. Texns iT ABILENE PRINTINO CO. h Ml ! W MMWWii .will - Mere M 8cond CSami MaH tit Abiim Texwr n f f - iii i-iT -' r UBSCmPTrN KATE41 otfE year tfn advance 1.00 ft -j i iin Nut1"1? r i r--- "- -' """ - ? . TELBTHONESj BraneM And ClrcuntloA lii..ui.itial1 EdlltirlM orrice . r. -..-.... ...... f?2 8oeltr ....... ...10&7 w- lit Subscriber fafflrt to receive Iheir pafcei regularly will confer a favor upon the management by reporting tho nme to tha buelnert onice. i'nono no. sir - - . - Aaf erroheous reflection Upon the charac- ter iiandlrur or reputation of nay person firm or corporation which mayadeur in the columns of THlJ IlErORTEU will be Ht&y corrected upon us being brought tn tn attontlon of the tlrm. - .... i in . . i -.. i Member of the Attoelated Prest. tho Associated I'ress is oxclus1v'el en- titled to the use for republication of n.l news dispatches credited to It or not...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 10 April 1918

'-TT'ftir-T "--"- -" . BELGIUM UNDER THE GERM A N 'THEME.U5E DIVED Mr Gibson and Mr Nnsmlth worn u .til night Bonding off tho Gcrmnii3 Mr iilliBon had driven nway from tho rf. kion ll.nt evening with tho (lor. mii morlcnn and his wlfo anil llltlo t tho Clrauo Royal- tho woman nog nil iho way In torror In tlir i ffim of tho car. (I. t fears of courio woro ground--- tho Belgians uolng by natnro km. I and generous and whan tho mo- f r drew ur to tho Cirqtio Royal and ' . rottda proasod nround It Mr. Wh- im "ook tho child and hold it aloft ml said i..- Bolgos no croquqnt pas Ion 1 1 t"-' 'Tho Bolginns do not devour i' (!trn"'J i ig gendarme put forth his hands i the boy and said: m.iih non Nl lours moros nl lours- ns non plus'" ("No (ndoed ; nor i r n.othcr nor tholr fathors!") i I -o he and the child lod tho way "fi thp great Clnjuo. Thoro uunrly 't'ojsand Germans wcro gahor- i uro tho number oxpectod. Tlioy ro of coursot nil In excitement and i atd Mr Gibson had to' go ubout r i 'trii...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 10 April 1918

"AUJtsSisr N BREAT BALTIMORE' SPEECH PRESIDENT REITERATES VIEWS ' - - Onus of Continued War Of German Militarists Who Are Seeking World Dominion For Commercial Purposes. By The Associated Press I BALTIMORE Afcril 6.- President Wilson at a great liberty loan celebration hero tonight gave America s answer to the German drive on the westorn battle front; to the renewed propaganda for a German made peace; to all proposal to end the war before Germany is 'awakened from her dream of world domination t The President's answer was: 1 ''Force force to the utmost force without stint or limit the 'righteous and triumphant force which shall make right the law 'of the world and cast every selfish dominion down in the dust." j The President was frequently cheered by 15000 persons during hes address. A few hours before the President spoke he had reviewed a divis- ion of citizen soldiers called only a fow months ago from their pur- suits of peace now transformed into fighting men who carry tho ideal...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 10 April 1918

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TE&AS PAGE SEVfriN -1 KIIKffEEH j. t mm for Gona i ilVKREI) AT MOI'NT !'iKASl T TKXAS UAfrMDAY. Al'MlIi Cf 1918. ' rloug to uvrnb50otifto Jwld- ubUe over tho state extensively and had office In ml I haft fMlbfvt&'duMreN $$&& ln tho different towns ana occupation midC had become indrp bij Uim ot tho state Fr years I liftU loss acquainted lth tho heoda the seth the f ondltlon ot the laboring man habits and the customs of thewiOTlftluioti the railroads. In tho faStorln ot Texas 'who followed various VoeYrtJSnd Shops rind n the prj rate traded ; tlons for 6 livelihood. As a boy rat"t 41 and there It fas? apparent-that litem In iha nnnntrv T hml ni il-irt Yrl.i4 I nnrtltIOh HftdffDten ft .MlfilV HOnlOCt 'heed of better educational adrantas tvl as their fellots? ortfmert Vf llvorf ifor Uhe boys and girls who helped! In the country. I had often hatlfcti .thpir lathers and mothers to erbH ambitjon to do something tor the coun- the fealth of tho s...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 10 April 1918

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TffXAfr PAGE EIGHT ... .. ..1. . 1-3 TP iCAPT. RANSOM 25 WOO MEM UNDEIA1SI! CLOSE OF 1 81 1 FWtwtmwjmtwiflT""f tMfMWfn p nwm HWffWWWftWfl?WtW NHfmMmnmmirrfmimmnmmfiw H.mww"t vacavrn as a AeaH kuj twwitMiwwrtmwmAilMnif'iwimmm'WWwwfif fcnmrtwiwwm.li-i-n.1(.i-lr" ' liittMtmtfm I and Requires Vigo) ment SI SHOT T01OITI ST SWEETWATER Th rerhdies to Do NrU Neglect It. tho tin friwllk trA!t When you tiro medicated sprays atomizers and douches for your Ca- tarrh you may succeed in unstopping Urn rhoked-un sir nassaees for tho mei f. Go lAottl drug store to-day I. . O. 1UIU Wlliureinu t has been praised by C9 O Mktl AAmtAH4rt iif1tf rinlf a t&ihirv. time being but this annoying condi eta rient at the source of ind forces from the blood -tuMMi rnnan tha Ht0rise. tinn rntiirns. nnti vou nave xo uo i ... .- same thing over anu over again. Catarrh has never yet been ci bu CA obtain special medical advico r. Vmir inn riiBB without nANGER.irAS STItUCK HY TWO JlUUiE...

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