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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 September 1915

THS ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAI. PAGE THREE 1 .7 ' THE VALUE OF COMMERCIAL PUBLICITY Ai address by Mr. C. C. Walsh President Central National Bank of San Angelo delivered at the ban- quet tendered the Abilene Boosters by the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce at the LaadoR Hotel on Thunday evening September 9th 1915 THE VALUE OF COMMERCIAL ....lUneftt one without benefitting thf ueutlomen of Abilene nnd San An golo: I am profoundly Impressed with the personnel of the delegation or Abilene lloostcrs which honors 119 this even- ing by Its presence In our fair city. From the arrival of your special train until tMs moment you have individ- ually and collectively impressed yolir Individuality and your originality upon U3 In no unrertain manner. 1 have been no less Impressed with the purpose of your coming anl the object of your stay in the lan- guage of your urbane Mayor it Is evident that some have com" for on" purpose and some for another anl we sincerely trust that each and all of you ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 September 1915

.s.'HWSS smmmmmmmmmm Mffi roui TWR AJBILWU! REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. fSBmSmSmmmmmmmmMtm Social Club Church Affairs Ami Item f Interest to Women. Phones 1097 9r 348 '4" etJsVWWssss VBPaBTtJsltsssaJiasBa'- ' r s smJiI Ijjt jl )i Jilv jl JJU hu JikV JJ WOMAX. Tho Father called his child. Slid an- Rwprlnc. stood: Then inlywlse unfolding yoftrs fled straight on Till youth timed her monsuro and was gone And liromlBC called at dawn of wo nianuood. Hut lo earth's promRfi disclosed but fears; Much chastening sho boro. Long yearned tho pierced heart Of her whom Truth had caiieu apart To purify; full measure fell of crys- tal tears. Yea. outstretched haiids seemed turn ed aside nor blest Uhcre creed wise many stumbled In tho way Of n conjectural and sonsedimmW day. Her intuition clear benignity exprcst I'lillanthropies sho knew nearcd com- fort's art; Of God dlvlnest skill at length slw learned; Through gentle years with throat In sickle she returned Discomfort to Us nothingness niHut. The path...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 September 1915

Ill ABILENE .REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS 1A IV 1500 800 New Stylish Misfits Now On Display And Sale Our buyer J. k Ward has jusl returned from Chicago? whcHrtThe bought Hie finest line of Tailored Clothing llial has ever been shown in Ibis city. We now have for your approval 800 Suits. A)Jt1ie)ievest maleralsffltieYip in the latest stvles bv such Tailors as Lamm & Company International Tailoring Company M. Born & Co. and others which Afarcffcring vouicJrtHce J'ooulv ; . - . . - $15.00 These Suits are worth from 2ojtf) to $tf .0QOov jjfour oiuibrlunilv to buv vour Fall anil Winter Suit for only $15.00. Why pay from $20.00 to $40.00 for a Suit when we can fit you in nJTailoreiOtfhi foionj4r$ir).00If vou want to order a Suit remember we represent Lamm & Company "Best on Earth." m 'rmwmsr ; j" gents furnishings. Our slocks are now coinpleUK AUliat is ncuraiM im-fo-dale in Men's Wear can be seen at this store. Just received an express shipment of "Two-Tone" Hats something new. Cal...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 September 1915

JTA6DC TKM ABIUSHB REPORT! ABILENE TEXAM. rERS05ALS "Walton Green Is visiting In Balr.l today. Mrs. Hal Daly wruit to AMslift Sat- urday tot a brief tlsIL Henry Cunningham of Cedar fJao w In Abilene Satwnlsr. S. M. Sltellon wnl Jo Colorado rity'8aWrtlay ntlfrmm i ft fciwfnw visit Mrs. Thomas Sayls returned Snt- urday afternoon from & visit JcJ east- ern f)OintB W 11 tlrennanu S WtMnrs man of itnetl M. lt Salnnla? after-. ndnn for hit horn ftr visit her. flint ronnnr Of MerM was har Sfllinlnv mixing with his old friend of ! rarlv (Jhjtj of AM 111 r 0 It Vickery who Hvps with his on in Tturolii Valley was here Sat- urday enroute to Hawley to visit a daughter Mr H. M. nurrott nhd her little dniph!r. Tauls. Rathryne. wptp abl to leave th" hospital Friday The little one was horn September 2. Mrs II K. O'Urtir ha returned from Pit burg Kans where she was call- ed to the bedside of hr mother who has been very III but who Ii now much Improved T. A. Ulppy of Jim Ned was In Abilene Saturd...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 September 1915

". i. 0. 0 F. MEETING HERE THIS U Wisr TKXIM 4Ii FU.LOWS' S. snntiio mi:i:ts iikke MOM VM TlT.SnVY. SPLENDID SPEAKERS BILLED ftfftttrx fXM AlUJBffiR REPORTS ABILENE TEXA. (AwnvtN ( oinciillon tif 'I lirce! inkers ntitl Itc- lioKittiM of (.real Interest! Low Units On All Hull- ' road; The convention of llu West Texa bv Mrs Myrtle Williams Sweetwater Mfislo furnished by the Tjfe Lodge. Adjournment s 15 j m. Rcboknh Degree Staff' rontest nt Odd Fellow Hnll First Prize: $20.00 cash Tor the be-?t rendition of the Rebekah Degree. Second Vihe: $16.00 cash for scr ond best rendition. Third I'rUe: $.VW cash for th" best rendition or tho Noble Grnnd'a Charge In the Itebokah degree Inclu 1- ing the unwritten work. Tuesday Soul. 2I(. fl:30 a. m The Association wll' meet in the District Court room o Taylor County's new courthouse Opening Ode. Invocation by Rev. C. W Henron Httsincss meeting of the Assdda- tion. An Address by llrother C M Mt- Cullough of TUscola. President of Hi TaSlor County Ass...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 September 1915

355?SFH!5 ''. tWH'' I PAGE EIGHT THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAI. TI(mi LEAGUE At PltMbary. Not Controlled by any Filitt Corporation DIXIE AIRDOME "Nature's Own Cooling System' i' First Game. The scord R H B Now York 2 7 0 Pittsburg ... 8 IS 0 Batteries: Mathewson .and Wendell. Adams ntit Gibson. jkitiuijpwuiJMWttaBLiiJiuap Jiy '" "" r ! I We Want Your Business And we Know Just What it Takes to Get It C l i 3 Kan RCflHI M BK1TE J? drHf aWVA j The Right Kind of Goods AT THE RIGHT rfMMl in muj f'lnnrt nivl v you the quality of the goo show you then if we can't Car Loads of "goods just profit no loeal freight I at the lowest possible pric you these goods at LOWE; thai we mean what we st house. Every piece of il use to mention a few artic carried in a First Class Fu we'll convince you that ou Yours for the " 2 Stores prices JTTnn& Crop conditions .justified our Jji!?fT r uJH huvingnuich heavier this seas()iLftiTTT! LlpSil ' k Jr -ib'j . IT -mLWrvk Till I MX and we did il. Xowfve ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 September 1915

' I l) SUxiletie Simti-ttteekto fleprcter ILIL.IIl Mil II M - 1 n L.J I i. volume xxxm. UIII.INK TIMS FKIDW HKI'Tltilll'lt 24 191C. aAJl Nl HHER 7. LOCK COLLAPSES AT NEW YORK: 6 PERSONS 11. MANY INJURED M . ' KIM imtlllS IKIED II (IBM MI II HUM CONSPIRACY AND CRIMINAL CARELESSNESS CHARGED IN CONNECTION WITH SINK- ING OF VESSEL IN RIVER WITH LOSS OF 812 LIVES ' U. S. INSPECTOR INCLUDED. lly The Associated Proas. CHICAGO. 111. Sept. 22. Federal Indictments "won returned today ngulnni the owners lessees nnd offi- cers rtf the stonmer Eastland which min In Chtengo River July 21 with the loss of 812 persons. Conspiracy nhd criminal cnrolowi- n ww I charged in the Indictments. A United States Inspector Ifl Included In tin number. WILSON HAY f'll.l. F.XTRA sf.ssion or tiii: sknati:. lly Tln Associated Prcs. WASHINCTON. Sept. 22. Presi- dent Wilson l seriously eonslderln' fallliiR a special session of the Sen- ate to consider new rules for cur- tni'Ing ilelin'tesT New tre.iilc With the Sout...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 September 1915

I ...Q-'iiiiiiirW.lWilllMiiill II ilE s.j. not jmiusmi. bitoeti ABmore tbxai. FAfflTWS "By HOP SURE There are things in this world to be more desired chan money but it usually takes some money to get them. . -imm. n SCAAP JE2L And Thi Boss Ain't Em Ytt j h ' KcnmiLR - - 30STtONJ iOratf I BUSTED NbUPU 7lS - seh. AWlMu-BuT vl VV IJmA L 0MT SSiV GOOD PUNCH ' GLASSES WD LEFT VdU XTJ IxKnoW 'sKuTWERe) Eh I. Jfc--. h WHMY HEfARmG . y J The love of money is a vice the right use of money is a virtue s The surest way to have money is to save a part of what you get and the best place to have it is in Jfre Savings Department of the First State Bank 4 PER CENT PAID OR CREDITED QUARTERLY. GREEK STEAHE BURNED SI SEA loss of ok Lin: hi;imikti:i SAYS DIS'MTI'H HKtl.IYKl) Ai iiil.IIAX. TWO STEAMERS HAKE RESCUE i ? 'TIic Tiiscnnin Uecuc- 00 Passem;ers - and Crew uud the Iluiiniiuiuu Prince 'Iaiki UiY SIt)-0ne OllllTs. nv The Associated Priw HALIFAX. Sit 20. The Urek steamship Athlnai has bwi deitroje...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 September 1915

PAG THBE1 OCTOBER 12-to-16 OCTOBER 12-to-16 17 MORE DAYS Then the Biggest Event in the History of Texas TH1 ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. nu m - ' ' i i i .. . .. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlm'ammmmmmIMmm'm'mmmmmmm'm0mmmmmmmmmmammmmm"mmmm memmmmmmmmmimm mm m CENTRAL WEST TEXAS FAIR Oct. 1 2 to 1 6 High Class Music 3 - Bands - 3 IIHADKDBY PAUL HARRIS' FAMOUS LONE STAR BANDOF 21 MUSICIANS. And Vocal Soloist Hcndenn 2 Free Concerts Daily MUSIC IN THE AIR AT ALL TIMES Bigger Better Grander than Ever A FAIR WITHOUT AN EQUAL " AHD milimSPurscs Abilene Texas THE GREAT PATTERSON SHOJVS The Largest and Best Array of At- tractions in the World on the Midway. 5 HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY 5 dfc-fl A AfcVfc " KTfe "' m Am M mmm 1 - ' Khuaiill ates on all Railroads sk Your Ticket Agent Admission 50c Children 25c. After 6 P. M. 10c Ten Minute Street Car Service to Fair Grounds. Remember Dates: October 12 to 16 Fine Live Stock Exhibit A BIG AGRICULTURAL DISPLAY. See the Winner of the $200.00 for the best Cou...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 September 1915

wiISSIMWMffi riS.!".! i3w "-- i.- mr"fc -" - rrT--?-T" ft J- t I Ic i- ft Till itittfWl V DfBnBTD'con1us He also said that our great Stll-WttULT KrWltKi1" s eeIrt 6 BT ABILEKE PIUXTISG COMl'AM. n 8orvfp to n wr nation and The 1022-28 North Second Street Entered ns Second-Class MAil At Abl- len6 Texas October 14. 1903. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One Year (in advance).... $1.00 Six Jionths (W advance) 50 Subscribers falling to receive their oaner regularly will confer a favor opon tho management by reporting the same to tho business office. Phono 67 t r - "rr.fr- TELEPHONES: Business and Circulation ........ 67 Editorial Office 829 Society 1097 or 343 fAnv erroneous reflection upon tho character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Reporter will bo gladly corrected upon Its being brought to tho attention of the firm). There is a bright Mde to thing. Our job is to find it. every tiet on the Honor Roll of tho Cen- tral West Texas Fair....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 September 1915

it ii THK ABILEME feEPORTlIR ABH.EHS T1XAJ. A8Ua' rPfflflN RV 00 lfapouS li ninninnn 7 ia a a j .....71 ?J. :. SWff-&iSS3'im--SHSlSsiS. H. GARRISON ant Ad MALLARD JENKINS counts. llut only how did you die? A r FIRST i'Jii:.ciii:ii fiirin'ii; aihlkmV tbxas Sl'SlLVV SBl'T IttTiL BAPTIST mont (2) ! .i ii ..:.. ... .."."". ."-; ... . . ... viui;uu ny m imrij-. ourciy ..... (tiiu uiivu iiiibiit. hut iininintr tn I. fa ami. fim. nfiAr iiu&Ani ......I. ft him .I.A.. ....... ... i-. it..!- w nis arcam. Lone since tin tvrfi-M lis b.i rin(ai.t .. mrMtA...i.. i . it... .i;.i ... .. . . ... . . .... . -" - .......n4 iii.ii luaiiiiiuuii) uvnilK' iJ n inn lll'uy 1UI lilt' KrCill known thn mnoi. hnmn ! i.vu.. r... . . .. .... ... . . ... .. . i i."- I shall mention four ihlii. .. Mrmni M..i " . "V::r".. ".?""' " H: K " w T '." ! wm. iny wrp ana n our Meat- i "'"""-" "l iiviua icie- jnure io nave ooen uic product of the nisappomted; mere was no rcsomb- . itiiiiiii v. tin i;iitTiian miit ma ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 September 1915

-&' $t -. -5 -3-s- -WJ; n.;jijf' ' PAflfIX THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. BLOODEITGATTLE HERE FOR ENTRY . 0. 0. F. COMES TO AN END nti&swKi.t. rs tinnn u KIVKS I'Olt ( i:THVI. UTST IKXVS F 1 18. I.01H5F. Al).IOritM!D TfKSDVY AT NOO ON A((OIT OF U WKATIIElt TWO CARS FROM OKLAHOMA LECTJOH OF OFFICERS HELD Fitnyyii Kershaw Stork Fnrm Will Send fm iiirloails of hhesiorki Kxhihlt Sincr Fast Ills. npiicnrlmr. Address Tnrsriny Morning by Judge lliilduhi lias Feature of Meeting; Sn)der dels The Next Mcrllni?. PI " 1&mBKKaUBBBZiL?ji '. f ; MEETING s5JSf'c r s I I ft E 5 1.1 1. Eddie Collins Drinks Gmcfc considers it the premier nll-'round wholesome ihirst-quencher for othlcics. This comes veil from one of whom Comiskey staid nftcr paying $50000 for liim "I secured him for the While Sox fans because I believe he -will prove that he is the greatest exponent of quick thinking and the brainiest player in the game." t aT PPlff m m&m l !E '. mmtmy "m Demand the penuine nnd avo...

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 — 28 September 1915

Slhflene &mti4jPiikig Jiepmlei; l)c VOLUME XXXIII. UULEXF TKXS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER SS Ifll... Mexican Raiders Taken Just After They Burned Bridge. INTKBER 78 V - H ER BIG BJiniE IS EXPECTED ANY HOUR ON THE BORDER IW BATTLE ill THE M'ALLEN RANCH TWO MEXICAN BANDITS KltUED AND 3 WOUNDED ATTACK BEING FAILURE OLD WOMAN RENDERS AID Reloads Shct Gun and Six-Shooter as American Millionaire Rancher Stands Off and Puts Band to Kout. By Associated Press. BROWNSVILLE TEX. Sept. 26 While no further trouble had besn caused for the United States soldiers this morning after their brush war- fars with Mexicans yesterday yet a report reached here today telling of a battle late yesterday between J. B McAllen. a millionaire ranchman of hie rii acsleteri bv a woman cook. and a band of Mexicans who tried un- .successfully to rush the ranch ho'ise of McAllen In Hidalgo county. Two bandits were killed and three were woun'ded. The McAllen house was In a clear- ing making an approach to It difficult and d...

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 — 28 September 1915

f WkVKTWB TMM AJULIITO ftXTOftTEK. ABILKKE TSXAI. SURE There are things in this world to be more desired than money but it usually takes some money. -to get them. The love of money is a vice the right use of money is a virtue The surest way to have money is to save a part of what you get rand the best place to have it is in the Savings Department of the First State Bank 4 PER CEIXT PAID OR CREDITED QUARTERLY. Personal Local Household . . 4.4. 4.) ...4.. ..$. 4. .j. 4. .j. 4. 4. CUT 'E1YS 1IKIEF& Mnrringe License- issued. The county clork Issued the follow- ing marriage llcensos Saturday: A. A. I!o8tor anil Miss Vida Smith Karl Perkins anil Miss Ilnehol Heliums 8. lieldenbuck and Miss Mua-Kistor-. MONSTER PARADE FOR OPENING DAY FORD TO TAKE TRIP IN A SUB 0 IX 1UH7.ES TO HE AWAKI1E1) KOll HKST DECOKATEIl VE- HICLES IN LINE. ss Mao-HI Prices. (Irnin The local wheat market wns a 111 tie. stronger Saturday the price b- Ing $1.01. ffiilk oats WPttt prlwd at 32 1-2 cents and sucked oat...

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 — 28 September 1915

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. PAGE THREE LIVESTOCK LISTS Hi I LINER 5ve Xexjo wxwvw 3asivows are eve; vw CovwpVeU SVsBOYVmertds SwVyuvo o AJOfcax far 6 ad or &cw.Wcma.u Tio ot &Vr HAS BEEN SUNK 1V'.!l'VVJ;r lrl'n 1M-STALL BA11N TO riKE FOR IX. CHANCELUm VSG TONS FHOM CKKASI-I) KNTIUKS. "" "iUftA. MINT XO Ml. CATION ItEIXH (JIVEN. Never in Ihe history of this store have we shown such a complete slock never lower prices. Our styles our broad assortments our low prices make it to your advantage to do your shopping at this store The showing is now at its best. Come in this week and choose from the most complete slock in Central West Tex LARGEST EXPOSITION YET PART OF CREW IS SAVED Entries of Fine Stock llnir llrcn Madr Tojnl Loss of Life Not (ihen in An nouneemen! From London Not Known Whether Any AnierN cans' Aboard irotn llklnhnnin niul Limit Innn fort. .T. Fnlr Oct. 12.16. 5"w3IQE; BRITISH RAPIDLY GROWINe Livestock entries have been coming In su thick nnd fast lor the C...

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 — 28 September 1915

TfHX MBfUttit Xtt6RTZH ABILEWB TXAl. "AflHw OWw Our Stocks Represent Style and Quality AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES ?l tl fl 'IM M i III III Mil J?' "m ill ' jJI rf 'M ft I m lllli J. III I I III ' I II r II " f2mggm BIGGEST Fl IN HISTORY IS JISSUREDJENTRAL WEST GREATEST NUMBER OF LIVESTOCK RACK- HORSES FARM DISPLAYS AND BIG AT- TRACTIONS INSURES MOST SUC- CESSFUL FAIR IN HISTORY. Two inoru weeks till tho llK?et evunt In th htatory of this country tho Control West Texas Fair an(l fat Stock Show at Abilene October 12. 13. 14. 15 and M. . "Don't say bleKcat bvenr in Texas but say blKKout event in the world." salii Sec-ruiary Wood "l in getting more optlmUtic every niiiiutu and have Ions binco crossed the hordem of the Btate to describe the Fatr." Vth the Fair only two weeks off. it lb tints to seriouhly make jour plane. You'll want to invite a num- .ber or friends and relatives to spend Fair week with you. and row's the time t do that. Tho proper patriotic thing tu do lb to have these fr...

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 — 28 September 1915

THE CM REPORTER MILE DIVISION stiT. tkxtim: ih:pt. v.sus li; TO OF NOMKN OF CU.VrilAI. must. CO The Hoportcr has received the fol- lowing very Important oonimunhn- Uon unit asks that Us readers! give It careful consideration: to tho Lndloff of Central Wost Toasv. How many of you nro going to ex- hibit your work at the Fair this year? Ollr prlaos arc bigger In the textile department and we have much morn ruisw than last year anil will ho holler propnred to display what ytiu send and urge that every woman that doou ian- Oy work of any sori enter It. We want' the Woman" Department to he the most Interesting place on the Kalr grounds hut It won't ho un- less yi ii do your part. We women who give our time all during tlui--Mir im't make It a success without your ma- terial hut If we each do our part we are going to have the best Kalr In th' history of this eouitf ry. n ou uoii i no any son or fancy SCOOP JfSSIS (TWIWIV NWWLEPONL0OK1NW I XU BET THEV AH - ITS l&CSpESmMlll A CAMSEEWnHA -...

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 — 28 September 1915

WlPWtt'J"' " 'i i I M -( ft - l ! S f I pass tix Suit Special $15 .Veto That at Throtieh llm co-onerntioti of n lemlitr Xw V will offer Mniitlnv mill at 15.00 and $tf.fjO "Without exception arc only 5 tlnys ont be more surprised than Materials are Series..fitilorYIies llroadelodis These are shown in ciudinc Navy. African Iv trimmed in Furs. mill Kiit ins of substantial Prompt action is neeess.' thc-inunber of suits se .30 SUITS TO OFFEl 20 SUITS TO OFFE HEWS ITEMS FROM SYLVESTER TEXAS HECKXT JtAl.NS KXl'Kri'KI) Tt AID DOM. WKKVIL IX l.. SIDIOUS WO UK. COTTONSEED $30 PER TON Top Price for State U Paid At Sjl-J Tester GIB lluny mid General j Tone of Optimism Ik Present Special to The Reporter. SVLVKSTEU Tex Sent. 21 For two days Intermittent uhowers have descended n Sylvester and Its envir- ons causing quite a deal of ap- prehension from the farmers who were in hopes that rainy weather . would not intrude until the big cot- ton crop had been disposed of. Old Citizens recall a like sit...

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

t gtWlene gemHMeeMfl tpmtk "V h. VOLUME XXXIII. 4BILKNK TKXS HtlDW IMTOBKR I 1!1. M'MBER ?r. x t v r i fl 'I fl BULGARIA TO START;1 ui i n nil nrnni i nnniV ini ii ui 1 1 in vuuijiii liiim uuiiii iiih i iiiiiii iaiiiy N Plans Being Drawn by Bulgarian Gen eral Staff with Assistance of German Generals -300000 "A uslro-Ger- mans Going tVSrbi . an Front. Hj The Assocfnlcd Press. PARIS. Sept. lit. n Athens ill- pnjeli sii) thai !( t now expected flint Riilirnrln Mill begin an iiltiuk on Serbia within fifteen iH)h. Plans an now belilir drawn In the Bulgarian general staff m lt!i I lie n xMiince of (.'erninti officer. TIipj will not attack (Ireece. nrcordini to (lie rPiort which reached here loila). :ilM).(lim GOING TO SERIIlVN FRONT. LONDON Sept. t'- An Athens ilNimtch sajt that :iimiIMMI Austru. German troops hv lie mm an ndiiiiirp on tlip Serbian front l-owim! Orvinu. It Is bcllcicd t tut t a ureal Imtlle uill take place lliere within a short time. PVHLS SUIT. .- Ill i.tahi ND Tin: cent...

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 — 1 October 1915

pa aiilihi KiyoitTiK Aimas tmxai. .. u.1...1r"LTl'."'..'" Sal. Style Headquarters TFfADE For Men and You 7 FAAK T WP Let them Get the Saving Habit Early How to leach children the value of money and its propur-'usais-one of the difficult but inipDrtant tasks of the parent. Why not bring them to the savings window at the First State Bank Sa. and start an account with them? U$t00 will start an account and it will be the most profitable use you can make of the dollar. E3VEJ. TIio world'B principal Juto mine I I nurmn wherd tile privilege of nilnln : tho Mono has been in tlio possession of rmo Indlali tribe for many genera tlons. MAAAAAAAAAWm 1- na: "r Guaranteed dental work nt reusont ble prices. lixanilnatl-m frc. Hqurf 8 to C dally. Sunday by appointment WckarfU uuyaiBs jtemv. .aoujajrirai aoa i;ncguiui uircois rlionpAyi. & SIOP BELGIAN ATTACK IIEItr.lV Sept. 27. -One Hritlsh vtnr- lilp wis sunk uml two other dnm- nged 111 (Jin llrJINh nttnek on the (.'a. innn hntlcrlc nlong the I...

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