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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 April 1915

1 SHS ' VOLUME XXXIII. ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY APRIL 6 1915. NUMBER 2S. - NO CHANGE AT THE DARDANELLES EITEL STILL AT NEWPORT NEWS ATLANTIC COAST HIT BY BLIZZARD 0. S. OFFICERS SEE SYMPATHY FOR ITALY BY RUSS II. S. STEAMER BULBARS ENTER STRIKES A MINE SERBIA'S LAID M' iiitiTiNii riiiusKit rxsmnssFn. IN TWO ATTWKS ON THE JIAIME.H (OAST REAR ADMIRAL BEATTY ASKS FURY CENTERS NORTH OF NEW rTST0 I.EWKH FOIf SW AY TOMO 111 T Wll.l. IIETI'IIN WIIKN CITY ITTACKKII. noin r.xriitiHHKi) KxmssivK ALL OF THE CREW OF THE UNKNOWN RESULT OF FIGHTINU IN PROGRESS IN THE BELASH- ITZA MOUNTAINS. WASHINGTON FOR FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS. YORK AND ALL LINERS TIED UP. CLAIMS WII.I. NOT IIK HAIIK II Y ITALY. GREENBRIAR REPORTED TO BE 8AVED MA Ml ROS lllilll H t i i L . I- I' . I 1 M J ALLIED ATTACKS FAILED London Papers Sny That Ximt A Harks on the Turkish Furls Male lleen "Reputed Willi Hnnj . Losses. Ilv Ihn Associated Proas. CONSTANTINOPLE. April 3. Offlr- fal: "No changes hnve taken place in the DanlaholleS o...

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 April 1915

l. ttWflf? kMHMMHHflBV THE LAW OF HABIT Banking like many other things becomes a matter of habit. The per- son who gets the habit of paying his bills by check would not think of go- ing back to the old method. The habit of saving something each month or week and putting it into a bank forms a good habit. Habits properly formed make character and character is the basis of success. Consider the law of Habit. WE WANT YOUR ACCOUNT. The First State Bank and Trust Co. DEM PLANS FOR NAT. BEING MADE AKCHITHCTS 31 VMM.' NI'lM It'ICA. TMIXS HI IIS WILL UK Ol'tiX. L'I Rl'KIXH THIS MOM'H. I Spcclllcallons for tlie Fair Park Natntorlum arc now being prepared; uy wiu nrcuiifcii (lllll will ua com- inuiuui iiuuuivr iiiiun na uui; ui iiiv )letcd within tho next few days whenj two remaining enrs or Georgia match- they will be held at the Chamber of ed marble was received Thursday Commerce for tho Inspection of the morning. For a tlmo It was feared contnictora who want to bid upon tho that the work w...

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 April 1915

FA01 tWIM BISK SCOOP THE CUB REPORTER Happy Easter HELLO -A EASTER BWNF.T-E-f- fND T(J065 TO "WIS VtfOJE. HUH?) .5 AV SON LET" ME DEI IVFtt IT - I The Citizens National Bank of Abilene Texas Capital anil Sirplai S200MI.H 1 MAY UNCORK AN EASTER 3TUR.Y rC'Bn? xa ;) imummtMjjiium THK ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE T1XA By "HOP" ;'" ."': v i mmzs i . . . . A.' ..... i UVE HtAR? 1 HAVE- 1 fP TOvtoW HAT AND SIXTY MY MAOME MOSrWAK. J t-W MO.dH" A UATtrtD ucio TrtvMrH rnKvH Ul. "TO TRIM oU -TELL Ht Ha pactpo iUco. wt oerrco . jr i s iv i wt-. iir -j i i y iair vw - ' .... ... "- urj wt- ' .. -- r- - uu A-'k.t 1 1 i -' VRCAunrLmuirnvriiAn y X - TO LEAVE.TH VKKE MrtRVlBfSv QierrurvW - - "V - - X ne n icts i-r i ' i jlaii riiLiNMr n 1 -i- ' rar-v x vi .- b: "" mh.'i h tl . - 'viCLLvir 1 1 v '- z wT "-v-? A5 "" Z- At? sCJi C-C? " 1. 1 111? (2 J' M l W ii r i' RURAL CREDITS PLAN GIVEN QUI REPRESENTATIVE HENRY OV TEX- AS MAKES HTITEMENT AT WASHINGTON TODAY. ONLY ONE POSSIBLE WAY Homo Members Will Fight...

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 April 1915

i l.l U li 11 iJ sir. 'gra-vrafwntrin iilMilM MiiWHmw The Exploits of Elaine Defective Norel sod I SI By ARTHUR B. REEVE The Wtll-Knoton NoteUtt end tha CrtMer tht "Craig Kenned" Stories aTBwSJsffea HI WSwTSW8ft WWW tnC ibwo wfyilf M wm. by tne mar company tYNOPtlt. The New York police nre mystified by wrles of murders and Other crimes. Tho principal clue to the criminal Is the warn. far tetter which is sent the victims signed With a "clutching hand" The latest vic- tim of tho mysterious assassin Is Taylor Dodfrc tho Insurance president His aUKhter Elaine employs Craig Kennedy tho fame us scientific detective to try to unravel tho mystery. What Kennedy ac- complishes Is told by his friend Jameson a newspaper man. Enraged at the deter- mined effort which Elaine and Craig Ken nedy are making to put an end to Ills crimes the Clutching Hand as this strange criminal Is known resorts to all sorts of tho most diabolical schemes to put them out of the way. Each chapter of the story ttlls of...

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 April 1915

THg ABILBW1 KM AtlLMfg TRXA rAoa riv? BS3B GRAND 1Y NOW IN SEW AGAIN BRISK BUSINESS IN REAL ESTATE JAMES L SUYDEN TALKS; PEACE MOVEMENT ORGANIZED rjr lg " '" J5BSBMBSMgBBBBH - rr & i ( Congressman James L. Slnyden of author and! fountain head of tho pres- Ssui Antonio addressed n crowd of be- ent world-wide moTement for peace tween GOO and GOO people at Simmon? and ft was In His name that th prea- College Auditorium Wednesday night ent movement -was begun. Since the on the subject of 'The Present Euro- establishment of Che world and staca penn War and Its Bearings on Univer- tho first great battlo was fought tlte snl l'care.' His audlenco was com- tendency for higher Ideals hds ben posed for tho most pnrt by students of nllvo nnd moving until today It has Simmons hut there was a good sprltllt- reached ft point where the makers of ling of Iho clllaenship ns well. Many wnr can no longer Ignoro the universal Ahilcnc lawyers occupied the pluttorm demand for tlie laying down of arms....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 April 1915

""insr". Manx THE ABILBWK REPORTER ABtLEKB TEXA. T-jj'-i JEWEL THEATRE IS NEW METHOD OF WARFARE KOW Champion Boy and Girl Farmers of the South Hhsfwlppt Hoi Has Itot Ileroord for Torn IlftHInp. nnd Unbnmn Girl For Tomato Club Work. On Easter Day By Enrl Marble. UNDER NEW OWNER 'lnirt n.l nnvth ; I j Fifteen Dollars! I For Your Eafter Suit 1 ' I This is certainly n rcninrkably lot price considered in rein- t 1 tion to tho quality of the Sui . I ! I The splendid Btyle nnd wi rktnuifchip which givej the most m M value in Clothes for Mon. I jS w 3 Every feature of these Sifts isldiBtinctive; Jftoy are ulwo- j If lutely pure wool thoroughly shrank hand UHIored and silk 9 sewn. Every new Spring juiternrns welLTSerges is incltul- a H cd in the offering. Tlie priciof lfcse Snwis bused on VALUE H 9 only. They have STYLE iuWdlttSeaftire but this does not 1 add to tho cost. A JF B I Our Social $152 1 A complete assrtMitofJRlnl Suits nt prices nuigiiiR up ! Want Q In tho stomfcbbr l)owel3 Is a ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 April 1915

l)e &bilini &mti'iPielUg Htptttttt- VOLUME XXXIII. hilee iexis fimdu. umiii.o ioia. XI'MBER 7. DARDANELLES STILL INTACT GERMANS GIVE UP VILLAGE ON YSER KIRBY IS AGAIN ELECTED MAYOR ITALY-SERBIA i FIRE AT STAMFORD PACT DE STEADILY HOW WITH BULBARS UNSUCCESSFUL BOMBARDMENT OF BATTERIES MONDAY BY THE ALLIES. FRENCH rsil IlKAVIKRT AllTII.. 70 llll.KH 1 1IC EITHER CONHIMED oit damvukd i:im.y tim:s DAY AlTEHNOON. MAYOR K. . KIKIIV ELECTED FOR FOR FIFTH T(ill. .1. U le dvvid iikimi deeatcd. A 110 FT TO COM LfDE AflltEEMENT 111(11 YVOCI.H llltlNO ITU.Y IN WAH. FRENCH OFFICIAL REVIEW OF DKLKOITEH AT SOFIA TO XAKK AflRKKMENT WITH THE KAILKOADS. I.KJIY AMI MINE THItOUI.HN HI i ESKITLL. WAR MUS OFFICEIIS NOT FX. PEIMEXCED EMH'dll. 1500 COTTON M NG RUSSIANS CONFER 0 t i m ir RUSSIANS ARE REPULSED Make Attack on The Turkish Ad- vance Guard Near Issken And Arc Drhcn Hnrk Across The Border. By llio Associated 1'rcss. CONSTANTINOIM.K April 7. OlTlr. Jul: "Thorn was no serious attack iiuulo (...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 April 1915

is. "A V THE ABH.KHB HEPOltTBK ABILENE TEXAS. j" 1 HOW FARMERS CM WHO WILL 60 TO ' THE EXPOSITION Hn' 'frwi ' Aflmfr ft $12.50 UOVKKXMK.Vr iSSt'KS VKKY VAI. V1KW THE UKAUTIKS OF THE (JUL. IMHI.E HUliliETLV TO MAN HEX AYESTr-VISIT WORLD'S (IRE. SATEST tiXl'OSlTION. IMPRUVL CREDIT lit! nm SUSBES7ED f Tie SURE Way ! TO IET AHEAI is to save some money ALL the time. It need not be large amounts. Small but Frequent ad- ditions to your savings fund will increase it amazingly. J The best way to get the habit of saving is to pledge yourself to make a deposit of some specified amount each week J We have a plan which will help you in forming this habit. Come into the bank and ask us about it. The First State Bank and Trust Co. B-ONE OF THE F TO GO TO EXPOSITION TJic Following 's n Count of Utcs Cast for ri-tth'ttiim nr to .uoii Wcducslny. Mlsa Zoru Shackelford. City. . ... "lU'HL Mlsa JunHa YoungQlty. .. 7oO Mtea Beatrice Hopkins. CUy .... TOW. Miss Leta linker. Aiihon 74050 .Mlsa I Intel Joiu...

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 April 1915

hhu !.Jl J" SCOOF THE CUB REPORTER An April Story Without Words (Tht Cn Be Printed) By "HOP" The Citizens National Bank of Abilene Texts Capital and Sarplis S200.08M !'- p li lt I. fe I i HI fl I V fcS W ft THE ABIMBNK ftEPORTER ABILEHE TEXA i - .... . 4 t i v. IK X It t- Notes From Various Places. Personate Society Items from Merkel Mrs J. M c. King nccompnnled tno remains of her fnthor the Inte .loBlah Nichols to Melissa Collin county for interment. JIIbs Oma Murphy spent tlif week end In Abilene with friends. Mr. and Mrs. V. It. Wnlkcr wore in Abilene Sunday. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cothorn wore Biionts of Mr. nnd Mrs. a. II. Tittle In Abilene Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Robert Crimen were Rticsts of the formers parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. I Grimes. Miss Mather Williams who visited her parents the first of the week has resumed her studies at the Christian College in Abilene. MIbb DorU Ilnmncr of Trent 1b vis- iting her cousin Miss Kate Henderson. Mr. nnd Mrs.' Win. Hlllott visited in Abilene S...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 April 1915

I .'. '' 1 f JPA9 SmJCXEWSS ctH AX&jftni RivoMhnii AsruiifB tkxai. JWWOJtTIR lnc!tlH'l'M thsr Bt le 1u trtfen will glre legitimate howspnpcrs the! anfonlitnil lv Inn tnnnv MMMHtiftt rleht vMnrantppri In A frnn nrfm. tin' B AIMLKSK MHXTIXG C03trA2f ments to make it responsive to the der the present laws newspapers ' 10t22s North Second Street. cheer of 8uch an event as this ic it navo to icavo out much news mnt met Kntwed as Second-Clnes Mall at AM- signifies anything doservlng emphasis public 18 entitled to have- published lene Texas. October 14. 1003. M Is something quite contrary to that for fear of damage suits. Crimes arc ' . xa8 Oclober "' 1JVi' Yuggestod by Villa's telegram. What committed under the protection of SUBSCRITTIOJf KATES. Mt suggests is the Inconsequence of al.'the laws that would not bo committed On Year (In advance) .$1-0 most everything that takes place in If tho parties wero certain that they Wit Matitlw (I advance) BOicxIco. A battle Is fought and its woul...

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 April 1915

rHK ABlLWfB REPORTER ABIXIKB TBXtU. JPAOl tTV P ELEVENTH EPISODE. In tkc Clulck eftke River Thieves. CHAPTER I. mllEM! was n wllil clanging of bells on the yacht Hilarity as the sun pushed Its scarlet rlui up Into the edge of dawn. At the font of tin landing ntn'.rs beautiful June Warner her big lustrous eyes Widened III terror hnd cast Oft the sxx Ift Utile Motor tender riiid the dark handsome face of the black ynndyked until peeling ocr the dock mil. xvns distorted with rage. Me shouted ngaln his Impatient commands to the utllccr oil the quarterdeck. Sleepy sailors were on duck now fumbling wiVt the davits on each Hide From one swum: it little covered cutter nud from the other u long narrow racer Wythe sprung to assist the tailors lowering the racer. On the dock us tho sun pushed Its si'arlel rlui up Into the edge of the d.twn stood the well known and Justly famuli private detective Hill Wolf Ida phort. thick body stiff wltli the chill r the long night and by hhli stood mi overcoa...

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 April 1915

'' fAfignt THREE "fls" DAYS The National Annual Hosiery Event. APRIL 15th 16th 17th Thursday Friday Saturday " Onyx fljjb Hosiery A Special Price on These Days Only FOR E 325: Men's "Onyx" Silk Lisle In Black and Colors. "Doublex" Heel and Toe Spllcod Sole. HAS No EQUAL. JONYX" DAY PRICE 3 Pairs for 715: Mens"Onyx"Pure sllkip Navy Gray Purple Hallo Bup f 3 pain for 1326: Men's "Onyx" Fines Heel sole and toe; Black ar arndj andJC tffCelors "ONYX" DAY PRICE $1.00 Por Pair MingusBros.&Co. MEN'S QUALITY OUTFITTERS. ABILENE TEXAS. BUREAU OF MARKETS Ab AdjHHct of State Dpparttnpul of AgrlcHltare to Aid Producers. To Tho Reporter: Anxious to extend ovcry possible aid In my power to uld fruit and truck growers In tlio marketing of their products I havo established a Uuroau of Markets ub an adjunct to the De- partment of Agriculture and placed at tho head of It Messrs. George B. TorroII of Alto and E. W. Cole of Wharton two gentlemen peculiarly nnd admirably equipped to discharge tho com...

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 April 1915

. & V I lUcclUn ftepircler Slbilene 8mi I z VOLUME XXXIII. ABILENE TEWS TCESDVt I'RIIf 13 I ID. XVXIIKlt . M MACE GAMBLE MURDER CASE SO MJW W.VKMHMirXTS GIVEY OCT SATIIIDAY EXAMINING THIA1. I'llOIIVIIIA MONDAY BIG SPRING MOVE ABOUT TO BEGIN JOHN H. WILLIS GOT SIOOO FINE R. W. MAXWELL'S BROTHER KILLED TURK CAPITAL EXPECTED TO FALL CONVENTION OF T ASK AID FROM U.S. U poitlvce svin to cjenrimi.ly (JKSTKAr.WKRTTExys'rKAriiKiw TAMI'ICO SITI'ATION OPFICIAUA ItELMIIITNII NEKIM'S AM) AT- TACK IS EXI'ECTEIJ. TEST WHhTHErt GERMANS TO BE XKORO rHAXflKl) HITH MFKIIKR fahley maxwell ami s.ykii PUSHtiD OUT OF FRANCE AND BELGIUM. (JCILTY OF XEC'LWKXT MOXI- riDK JI'MY DF.CIDKR. OLD SON MEET DETII 1 Alio accidents. hi:i.ii:vi: city he cai'tched ASSOCIATION CONI'l. V 1 V 1) IN THREE WEEKS. SATIIIDAY AFTEHNODN. 9L 0 AM R io m EACHERS f k V ' If - n F 1 CLOTHING HAVE BEEN FOUND DMrlrf Judge Tlinmim I.. lllnnlon lint IU'tirflcl Gov. Ferguson ti Offer Itpunnl mill Employ l'rhutr l'roirriilifin. There...

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 April 1915

HJi" h f1ff " TKM AWOXXm CTKHtrKfr ABILENE TOXJU DEW STORY OUT ON KITCHHER SEE THE BEAUTIES OF CALIFORNIA JUDGE LIHDSEY AND HIS WORK u Over a Million Dollars The SURE Way ti m Ami writs Ankkh.kv fkiksii Ahoi't WAMt HAY8 "LET'S BUY rAVLK" rim itiUMmrttK wim give fouh TK1IAS TO THE 1'AKAXl EXPOSITION. DBS VKK OFFICIAL FlUtlTMt OF TICK HAS HAD 1IAIIU FK1IIT ion OFFICE. is to save some money ALL the time. It need not be larerc amounts. Small but Frequent ad- ditions to your savings fund will increase it amazingly. fl The best way to get the habit of saving is to pledge yourself to make a deposit of some specified amount each week f We have a plan which will help you in forming this habit. Come into the bank and ask us about it. The First State Bank and Trust Co. OTHER BREEZY LONDON MEWS Sensitiveness of Birds (o SuiihiIm la Forcibly Hnmght OhI In This Wnr-THrk Didn't Kiioyy AbOHt lMr. I a in i 'in DY WILLIAM O. SHEPHERD. (Untied Prosa Correspondent) LONDON April 10. Here's it new- story...

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 April 1915

PAOiTWII QPHHP the CUB OUUUl REPORTER The New Police Reporter's First Deduction By "HOP" SCOOP WEYT) PI ANTFO-VftUR&lNTtl VftVREAD&TECTMEj K1NDIM OPDUCPlTHAT macmm NVWDAVOU I RlML&ttV-XWrtEH T RUtWi IHEPrtRTER-SEP UtE. LINE OF MINE WHERE. cTUOVAto- SWRTINAS 1 U9-F A BLACK HAND rx) cmTtJEDi . . r T5 BKOKfcN- DO 4. Kiv. 'ALM15T. I? VOUCEReRyRTtK UTOPtfON-MOUHAWr- SflME IN VI VWUtNLfct 's RTT H w i - "fOUWllLHMEA .OUTlJATflEVR HAUNTS llWlNu- OEJKWrtVsmnON- 'iuiru t-ivi -t-.u ... IMWAFtflV juratwrd J m- AND REPORT ALLURES ' W SCOOP. ktf ' Vr r I IA w- TO MURDER -ROBKEKlH- iH ' i .. . y -"j . SUtClDEJ-ETC-VTSA VT1 DCr-- TDRXJ GSt AT CAVNCET0 WKE .. A NAMEFORV0UR5ELP- im i-Vi ONWaOBDfffrtN'Nl&HT- K VFA0AHKlRO9PED-OUREWPREWnMEl THOB ABILEKE RKFORTXR ABILCTB TXXA 1 1 I l ii UBiimi IMW 1 - TirOun-ui: f . j V VQOTTHTOB TJ ift mfwr ' r ft i . .. . . . -uma riiw Ji.uur um s lliil . m ... yF SR 'Jg ' ffr If Iff n f fo. m r VWKi.. V vv"'y rT1 Tr"-jTu"w t x TO INTERVAEW Tfl'fVfr- A...

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 April 1915

ri l! I ?MW LXJfiftiSSw 5SESS9BSSSS5S ifB The Exploits of Elaine at v r jMvMOTHNI JiFSJiPW JWp M9t9H nWHg sSTOTIM i By ARTHUR u WtiKww Pwat m ot TH'"""'"' BB1 BBBBrWisWW rVPBM wfW A rBPB BfJBTBsns BBpBj nv HtBmjbbbj jtibb wMpi w cVif iMu. WH.hy tbeftw Caap B Taffy! UlthW HwrrH "PI1 MWJBWfll 'ilV SYH(HSti I iM ' ' I fWmhtw Kirattroers una mner cnnmi p W.'l?MJ?5f!ft itiWhlch J seat tro vfcUM'rttiva en neni lira vreumBiirra i Tin latchM? hand" The Jtt vlc- mfcft mysterious- aMMit! t hi H riayror ma insurance vp Ktalne. employe qt V im sclerttlAc oVetectlvfe t try to lithe IS' toM Wl tils trie' Jamesbh ' art klen Elalm tint Cfjt:KMl- HiaTnir to "ptit aft kentf nw I'the Clutching- Hah4 aC. iwtmlrtnl Id ktinwn. :rdftirt f(i hll ittwariifSrirhrl iryk tell of a nsw .pMt itttitojt ' I..M6TV )ttr4 end bC the way ? pp . all hi Weill to MV-tMfT ;'and himself from death. fe .TWELFTH EPISOte;"; Ifr STHE LOOD GRYSTA'iJ' ' Ha your rlabt Is tha VeWaei!ll( mUb '' . i . Aalke Dodge who. hu$tftm& ....

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 — 13 April 1915

THS ABILENE REPORTER ABILEWE TBtAl FEDERAL COURT MEETS MONDAY BODY WAS THAT OE I. C. CURRY NARROW ESCAPE FOR COSTA RICANS S5 ir ' ' i :'jtjatfc4 'tf aFL LIST OP UHAXI1 JUROIIH AM) PKT ' IT JOIIOHS FOR APIHIi TEIIM. Of V. S. COURT OIYKX. MAX FOl'XO IX CHEEK II)E'TIFIE11 PES. (JOXZALES A Jill CABINET FORCE!) TO SWIM VSHOBE WJ1EX YACHT WRECKS. HIT FIIIE.M)!) AS ISO (J. LTIl- B OF EAVLE COVE ... I I li Ml IMP I i r. ; I u 3 F O R O N Y $11 DOCKET COMPARATIVELY BIG United Nlnlc Coiirf For Hie utlicrn DMrirt of Tcxns Wtcis In AMlcnc Monday April Twelfth. MISSING SINCE JAN. 15TH Olio Man In Iklntr Held On Conitlnint .Undo At (hnlo; (Jrnnd .liirj Or tiered to Reconvene Xcxt Monday. Semi- Weekly Reporter 1 Year Hollands Magazine 6 Months The United Stntca District Court for tho Northern District of Tcxns con- venes In tills city v Monday April 12 for the April term. I The docket for this term of court Is comparatively heavy especially the Inw docket. The criminal docket Is about as large as ...

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 — 13 April 1915

P. OF JttX THE ABILENE REPORTER. ABILKKR TEXAI rtlA ijiMii DR. KESLER MADE TALK ON EDUCATION OF TAYLOR i COUNTY IN SESSION rs x skse'?3 DEAN K68LEK OF BAYLOR UNI. SATI'ltnAY'ft 1'HOtUltn IM-MtKST. ISO MANY 00(10 TIIINON ON 1'ltOUItA.H 1011 TODAY VERSITY DELIVERED 8PLEN. DID ADDRESS MERE FRIDAY. K SNGERS CanwGeflk -xr3rrr33- cat w $15 Special wPw I lift l A.B. K.Co.. 1915 An Unequaled Value in Men's Suits This Hpcejnl value includes every ileMirnblc Spriujj Pat- era ami fabric all pure wool. You have choice ot'Ulie new plaids pin stripes ppncil stripes plain colorstond mix- tures in all the popular weaves including serges. The splendid style and tail oring which rIvcs the most value to clothes is in evidence in (licse suits. The smartest styles offered at any price. Made only in pure wool rub- rics thoroughly shrunk and silk sewn at point of strain. They have style in fullest measure but thin does not add to the cost. The price is based on VALUE only. Con- sidered in relation to qual...

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 April 1915

ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 16 19i5. NUMBER 29. IS STATE OF SEISE HELM MUST REMAIN 3 WEEKS missionary Dorron MACE GAMBLE WAS BEFORETHE JURY MN Hi:il) 0 COKPI.MNT (IP MI.I.IMf ISO.H ITHItV KNT IlilKOKi: IIKAM) .M'UY AUSTRIANS LOSE IN 12 HOUR BATTLE SAVES JMUM SYHHS. ON FRENCH TOWN ' Al.LIP.R PVTItOL SHIPS FII. ATTACK 0 ItVTTLKIP.S AT KMHAXi: TIT.HDAY. IN MAY COME FROM UNREST CAUSED nim.i'H tchks ti:dp.d cor Hi: Si:il HF.D at nlwpoht .THREE CIVILIANS ARE KILLED AT DIISPKRATK ATTACK OX HIUHT FI.AXK NrCCKSHFITf r THE KCHSIASS. BY RUSSIANS' ADVANCE IN CARPATHIANS. OAILLEUL. NEAR THE DEL. NF.WN. QIAN BORDER. VOLUME X22.IH. DARDANELLES 1 DROPPED N M D R SR kfs . S&. 1FfR cilvB :lfc WW vitt K D r n A TWO ALLIED VESSELS IIITJS WILLING TO YIELD7.MUGH REPAIRING BE DONE Cruiser mill Delni)rr Struck By Francis Joseph Reported to Have Said Shells Prom TiirKUh FrN Dnr Iiig the Fhrhlltii: There Yesterday Dy Tim Associated Press. CONSTANTlNOPLH -pril 11. (Ofllolul) "Soim of the onoiny'B pa trnl s...

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 April 1915

a fc i. ttLfcttii 1 ii gmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmMtmmmm Tn AKIjjPfl KlFQETg ABILENE TlXAi. After Death Whit? Have you ever considered what ceadition and what hands your estate will fall into after yout de- mise if you make no disposition of it while yod areV. living? You have worked hard and saved some perhaps much. You are interested in having it pass- edto those dearest to you hut if you have made no will how can you hope that your wishes may be car- ried into effect? The thing to do is to make your will now and we invite you to name us as your executors. COME AND TALK IT OVER WITH IIS. The First State Bank and Trust Co. 1.1 JEISOII DIES IT KANSAS CITY FAMOUS Eim'OK FOU.MlF.U OF STAR PASS EN AWAY AFJfcK LINGEHINU ILLNESS. I BEGAN HIS CAREER IN 1880 . - - . . r ' - . i 1 i lli'l ir n Win Connoisseur of Fine Pictures Which He Presented lo flty-In Politics Wan "Independent Tint CTer Neutral." Big Sale Ladies9 Trimmed Hats OFFICERS i. K. U. UYNUM A- -'-- Wcsulont OSUAllYARKKK - Active Vitc-Pr...

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