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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 October 1915

s TH1 ABIL1KB REPORTER ABILEWB TEXAS. MMrMHMMmWMIinpHMmrjBWlHSM PAOlTTDUni i scoop sssa Gosh! But The Bass Is Stubborn 6k By HOP" REPORTER Our Men's Clothing Department Is brimfull of all the clever styles and wanted colors our unusually large stock affords you an opportunity to find a suit of clothes sui- ted to your Individual liking. Ask to see our NEW PLAID 3UiT3- they are beauties. Be sure to visit this store and acquaint yourselves with the latest style Ideas. Our Clothing Is very reasonably pricedAt $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 $17.50 up to $25.01 W r i I tf ? 4 Bt " 2 ik NUGENT GIN RUNS FULL FORCE W.IHH WKATIIKIt OF 1ST FHY DVYS II VII Alllllll C01TON MATKUULLY. DR. LEWIS riiWrlnn Who Wns Sett-rely Injured In Peanut Thresher Some Uunllm Ago llnrk At Work Per. snnnl Item. Special to The Reporter. NUOKNT. Tex. Sojit. 29. This beau tlful warm sunny weather Is gladly welcomed by our farmers na Itft Jttst. what is ncoilod to open the ctftlnn t crop of which n good ileal morn thailj was e...

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 — 1 October 1915

roui ttll wrrriri v KraftD1 fatuities nut ih a & m iLlr lutRLI ItrilKltll y for the country when the peofrid MX ABILKM5 MUXTINfi WMVAX " lS?!lS."0l8ta ih 1(WM8 NhrlK Snnnr1 Ci-eat .a." i "" Entered as Second-Class Mail at Abi- lene Texas. October 14 1903. . SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One Year (In advance).... ...... $1.00 ISlx Months (tn advance)...... 50 Subscribers falling to receive their. DaDcr regularly will confer a favorithat Villa did not rnt his head off. npon tho management by reporting tne tame to the business office. Pfaonn 67 While It Is none bt our business all tho same We are glad that Luis Tcrra- zas made his escape from the Chihnn- hua prison. Helng held for ransom for 18 months Is not a very splendid experience still he may thank heaven TELEPHONES! Business1 and tjlf dilation . Editorial Office Society . Another block of street cpllnpfted Into the aubwav in New ork City Sat fifiin tnrtfclnff tfih ifcnnil lifnrfe fn ilrnn "' ?o'into the pit within n week. Seven 1037 Or...

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 — 1 October 1915

JJ & WARS MOST MOM STILL CENTERS Fighting on Eastern Front Favors the Russians Western Front Continues with Slight Change Germans Have Lost 100000 Men Recently Bulgaria Still Fails to A'et in Regard to War. By The Associated Press. PARIS Sept. 28. The new Allied offensive started a day or so ago has resulted in further gains in the Artois region near Souchez accord- ing to an announcement made by the War Of- fice here today. Additional progress is also reported in the Champange region. The German counter-attack in the Argonne has been repulsed and the ground between the trenches has been covered with the German dead. FIGHTING IN EAST FAVORS RUSSIANS. LONDON Sept. 28. - The fighting on the eas- tern front still favors the Russians on the south- ern line where they reached Kovel. The most momentous struggle in the history of the war is still centered however on DvinskJ where the Germans are delivering furious at- tacks against the Allied armies. What the intentions of Bulgaria are...

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 — 1 October 1915

s 'PAOCgtX TH ABILENE REPORTER ABlLBOi TSXAI 11-MOREDAYSH I OCTOBER CTOBE Then the Biggest Event in the History of Texas 12-to-16 12-to-16 r ii i i pfc- .i -i hum i i awifc ' TgHa ' i Vi :1 i CENTRAL Abilene Texas EST TEXAS FAIR High Class Music 3 - Bands IIEADKDHV PATTLHARRI . Xr m a 1l JL 01 JLilYJUUr JArNUiaiiJWjnu V: 1 MUSICIANS. And Vocal Soloist RciKlcM-ingFrco Concerts Daily Fine Live Stock Exhibit A BIG AGRICULTURAL DISPLA See the Winner of the $200.00 for fhe best County Exhibit for Countic of Central West Texas (Taylor County Barred). They Will All Compete. Visit the Fine Arts Building. Iffjvill be chuck full of Fine Exhibits-lTex- tile Culinary Art Floral Educa tional Etc. MUSIC IN THE AIR AT ALL TIMES FM r Grander than Ever ITHOUT AN EQUAL Abilene3Texas in iums and Purses! The Greater atterson Shows The Largest and Best Array of Attractions . .n the World on the Midway CHEATRATES ON ALL RAILROADS. Ask Your Ticket Agent lission 50c; Children 25c. Admission After 6 P. M. 1...

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 — 5 October 1915

Stye SUttkm Sffli-tPeklg fUpiKfer VOLUME XXXIII. ARILEXE TEWS TIESRW DCTOURR . WIS. stuBER :& DANGER OF BREAK BETWEEN ASK UNITED MINE OFFICIALS TO QUIT DR. COOK WAS PEACE ON BORDER DEPENDS ARRESTED AS SPY O.S. S NEW RUSSIAN WAR MINISTER. ffif T .-t2f&M fit GERM R 0 ON CARRANZA AH0RITIE B It I sr NEW NOTE ON THE ARABIC CASE BERNSTORFF AND LANSING HOLD A CONFERENCE IN NEW YORK CITY. GOES 10 Secretary of State W II Present This Communication to President Wil- sonMany Carranz.1 Pcptc sentatlves Call ' 1 y The Associated Press. NEW YORKr Oct. 2 The danger of an Immediate break between the United States and Germany over the torpedoing of the steamship Arabic with the loss of two American lives has been averted by the assurances personally by Secretary of State Rob- ert Lansing here from the German Ambassador Count von Dernstorffi who delivered a note from Berlin. The German ambassador expnfcsed the opinion tonight that the new note will clear up the whole situation but Secretary L...

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 — 5 October 1915

i r i.l ti f i; i f r am nm TMM MMLXWK lllPORTJElt ABUJEKB TBXAi. Let them Get the Saving Habit Early How to teach children the value of money and its proper use jsjiup of the difficult but important tasks of thoparent. Why not bring them to the savings window at the First State Bank and start an account with them? $1.00 will start an account and it will be the most profitable use you can make of the dollar. . . . a I L I I i .j. .r. - i i ' - - - - Personal. Local Household PERSONALS mi T wt (P Tf T m t at tH a P mi wP V F" M Connor of Ilavlry vVns nmon? lltp iiulnBs visitors In Abilene Snt- urdav Mist Uculah Uurkrtt 1 hem from Merkrl spending the week-ond with homrfolk Jim Aright was down from Trent Saturday and reported everything In rood shape up there. Dr nhd Mrs It. A. Mndilox lmvp r turned from an extended trip ltl Kan sas and other points steal program The boy scouts will attend in a body and ex-l'nlon sold- iers and everybody else are Invited. .orlh I'urk School Inncx. Work...

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 — 5 October 1915

PAOI TRmni y LADIES' REST ROOM OUT AT FAIR PARK HOST MODJiRX IX STATE IS HADE l'OSSIHLK HY DONATIONS FK03T LOl'U FIllMS awA Tbfcs X&V&es at Ms Stove TeadxovXictoW Svofcvs WORK TO BEGIN MONDAY TEE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAf . tntlrlng Efforts of Two Local Men Made It I'owlblr Very l.ntcnt Word In Comfort and I'on. lenience. Tho most modern women's real building In the State of Toxaa will be built at FYilr Park In record-break. Ing time tho work to start Monday morning ntid be finished complete by Saturday night. Tho building will bo built of brick and will be sixteen by twenty-eight feet In bIzo. It will be flrcprooi throughout and modern to the last degree. Tho celling will bo on the mission Btyle with big beams hand somely finished. It will bo richly furnished with fine furniture heavy rugs big easy chair lounges etc. It will contain lavatories toilets hot and cold water dressing rooms ev- erything that It takes to make a mod- ern woman's rest-room. . Through tho untiri...

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 — 5 October 1915

THE ABILENE JtRPOBTElt ABMH1 TMXA9. 9AWWGWA Quality 1 Bargains Style IN NEW MERCHANDISE October is the Month for Heavy Buying. Our Stocks Are Oomplete in Every Department i - PMWWWWMMMJ..JLJIIIII1.II11J.IIIII. I Mil IMI-IIIMMBMB 1 II WWW- IBSB 99! IP lHBBHBBlBBBBlBBBBl BBBflBBBBlBBBV BBlBS!fc I WfI I ! WWfrr v I bRIbH from the lHE2rafflE99ilH ipr Ad foil I l Style SKqw AKMilmn 1 I p Materials and colors this year are really beautiful I You'll be enthusiastic indeed when you sec them ! There arc corneous nlushcs. velours. 'velvet cords and novelty pile fabrics and shimmering broadcloths the serviceable gabardines poplins and scrgesand a score or more of fascinating! plaids checks and fancy mixtures. And the favored colors arc'all becoming and beautiful many of them entirely new this sea-' son Prune Eggplant Battleship Grey Seal Brown Negro Brown Olive Bottle Green Regi- mental Blue Midnight Blue and Putty. These materials and colors arc well repre-- scntcd in our line of Fall and Win...

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 — 5 October 1915

jpai nvk. 'Mi reat Low Price Fall CamDaiern! tf On New Stylish Merchandise; the Golden Buying Opportunity for Yti is Hera - WE SELL FOR WHAT OTHERS PAY FOR THEIR GOODS VEHICLES .UTP.lt .MO MIA V IIVT STAY I.V USB SI'tfT OVER HOt'll AT A TUlH. tlJI ABgJaOt JtBKHtTSX A1IL1ME TMTJk. MUST MOVE ON G AFTER ON HOU Th( IHiW nrt1.lrvBlit in ilm nil. Iwr. I fir ordinance Uwrtgned lo prevent ve- hlclesof all softs from remaining on certain streetB over ono hour nt a time goes Into effect Monday I Tlc ftrtiemlmrnt provides that no ve- hicle of any sort may stand on Pin street between North Third and the railroad track or on Chestnut street betweon South Third and South First streets for n time exceeding one hour The penalty for violation of this pro-' vision win uo the name n In speed- ing or any other division of the traf- fic ordinance. Tile commission itnaneil Hie anirml- niont on request of the Retail Mer- ihants" Association which alleged that farmers and other persons who had' hiiHiness t...

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 — 5 October 1915

PACE SEC T AMUBinB IMPORTS. ABILMfg CTXA1. - . If The Boss Is He Won't Admit It "By HOP SCOOP TIECUI REPORTER Enthusiastic Demonstration of Greater Value-Giving This -week scores of men have visited our Clothing Department taking ad- vantage of the opportunities to buv good clothing for less money. OH OOSS-VOOR GtASSES maV RE BliiTEO - RlVT JlVE FOUND A BOOKTMT7 nTLLSHOWTOOO&E- POOR EXE SKrHT ' ' L . jg& wz "Taok-UPJe. iu-ttaPvtoiWi pETERSORATWt4 0 we MACULA IS RAPID -UPON Vic rriCXT- m 0 TWfc&q WrNW- jmT VAtTOH ZZ - WHEREOfOrt k B - IMPUTE.-. gWl G.T TfWT SQUtHTY. A Jk Am JL9iHNT! L V cross -eEt NoiseW WTRTj?tev mmMS -LKmMS mE Mv ?jLf sxs.iwryHKi nzzMiimiim - jm -vhv - - t fl'vur l. K7-Jki ''jl Bz-jt m.? . w. fc. iiiiniiiHii 'rxz--.r rX L V &VlwrW srSSafm rr "XfrVwFMTW-X B 3. I . jrM IvSilw lrf a Jw " Ei-&FAM Bpw T Jm ct w$&&ry$j ttwd&i -mwARoH- Jr w i m f .M l mi. m 7 M f 1 wvDv6f. M EW iy fl I )JBJ w . . I -hSl mr JF . tour sivkjv i m m i crrCb'a 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 — 8 October 1915

SUxriettt Bjcmx ntpotttt l 1 i -weekto wP i VOLUME XXXIII. IlLLLI vL I fnT illID llrrriiir nil I WM ULI Lslub Klu I ff fill SAID TO HAVE MADE STATEMENT U. S SHOULD BE "VERY ADEQUATELY PRE- PARED" FOR EVENTUALITIES. NAVY ADVISORY Methods of Perfecting Gasoline Engines for Aeroplanes and Submarines Discussed President Outlines Attitude on Na- tional Defense Wednesday. H) Hip Associated Prcs WASHINGTON Oct. lU-Thp new mhlsnry hoard of Hie Pulled States iU) licld Its first iiicctliii: tuilii) t II h nil tnviilyoiir. of the members present. The mooting Mas presided mer by Thomas A. Edison. Methods of itcrfi'ctliiiT gasoline engines for ncrnplnucs ami submarines were discussed h the board. President Mlsuii oiitllitril Ills attitude on national defense Ijefore Hie Hoard. It is hcllou'd Hint lie sntd tliat Hie whole nation Mil eoinlncod Hint "wo might lo lie propnrod mil for war but for defense and wry nil eiiiately prepared." .hint whirl was dene nt Hie meeting of Hie Hoard mis not glton o...

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 — 8 October 1915

TH AJHLimL RlPOKTElt AlILIinJ. TBXAI. ii Personal Local Household "W p v r i TEJISOXALS CITS XJBWS UIHKFS. ' ! Mrs W. It. Walker rctitrriml Wed- AtittK HcgMorrd. 4 ? JLef them Get the Saving Habit Early How to teach children the value of money and its proper use is oiie of the difficult but important tasks of the parent- Why not bring them to the savings window at the First State Bank and start an account with them? f$1.00 will start an account and it will be the most profitable use you can make of the dollar. ncsday from a trip to Merkel. j Tlib county clt-rfc hns Hwd tho fol- Miss Susie l'pnn or Merhcl I9 hero lowing Hcunses: p. it. i.wlin. Abilene for a visit with friends. iIord S72; S. II. Ilister tya. SUide- tyftts tl Froetof Cisco was In ni- batter. S73. tendance upon court liora 'eUnaa day. 1 lca'1 lrofln'ce Market. .Mrs. . v DuiiHHin n iuscom . p f)fforea (lie fltrrilPfS WedllW among the choppers here Tuesday nf- dfty ftt rcmll sU)rc8. HM19 0e fryor8 iviiiuuu. 0 acc4 20e but...

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 — 8 October 1915

j - 5 . THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. ssraH PAGE THR1E ePTHorn 12to-16 4-MORE DA Then the Biggest Event hi History of Texas-Rain or 8 T 9k3 eM w La R se ine 55w " mu? kHH Vnfll Hfli VHI MS flHV K3B 9CSHHH Kim CmH IfcsSg lift Abilene Texas Bigger Better Grander than Ever Abilene Texas High Class -ft! usic 3 - asids - 3 IIKADKDBY PAUL HARRIS' FAMOUS LONE STAR BAND OF 21 MUSICIANS. And Vn'.'iil Soloist Rendering 2 Free Concerts Dtulv Fine Live Stock Exhibit A PFO AGRICULTURAL DISPLAY. Sco the Winner of the $200.00 for the best County Exhibit for Counties of Central West Texas (Taylor County P-rivd). They Will All Compete. Vf-it the Fine Arts Building. It will b" f buck full of Fine Exhibits Tex- tile. Culinary Art Floral Educa- tional Etc. VSIC IN THE AIR AT ALL TIMES J ii i . .i-i ' " M t ' ' ' -i i T L L J I - r WWXp7P f S ' tr M V j L L. CHHMI him.. 4 ' ndni jjjgjJT AN EQUAL remipwand Purses B Tife Grew JPdtterson Shows The Larorestnd Best Array of Attractions lg World on the ...

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 — 8 October 1915

n t uttSLSSL THE ABILENE. REPORTER ABILENE. TEXAS SEII-IEEEKIY REPORTER Br AIIILEKE MINTING COXrAOTt 1022-23 North Second Street i !. a i ' Entered as SecotuMMnss Mall at Abi- lene. Texas. October 14 1903. Is going to bo a "hummer " A larger sum of money trill b spent than ever before and the attractions will Include tho best shows and free acts that come to the south. The grounds have bert put In first class condition thp agri- cultural live stock and poultry exhib- its will bo tho best over brought to gether and If Abilene people but do SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year (In advance). M f! . T.t .t. Ln V Ja wero those hi inji in .n KO. their best tho fair will be a record 1" Six Months (in advance) 50 Subscribers failing to receive their paper regularly will confer a favor apon the management oy reporting me Mme to the business ofllco. Phong 67 SXA1 SHOTS Ily Jay E. Jlonse. A IxjoIc back at the funerals you httvp Attended and yon will be surprised to find that a Rood many of them of men...

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 — 8 October 1915

i TKM AfelUMK KBFOftlJJt ABILKH TJSJUk. r Aaa m G ERMANY DIS AVOWS SINK- ING ARABIC WAsmxiroN orr. r-3ji9 p. m. LANSIMJ WMHNCEll LATE TO. MY THAT UEHMA.M HAH HIS- WON til) Till: SINKINU OF TIIK AHA11IC AM) HAS 1'KKPAHEI) TO PAY INDEMNITY FOR THE AMEHL ( A LIVES LOST. CASHIER OF BANK MR A I CASHIER ADAMS OF KELI Elt HA Mi IS CHAHUER WITH EJIIIEZ- ZLEMEXT. Ii tlio Ai&oclatcd Press. FORT WORTH. Texan Oct 5. A careful cheek of the books and the recovery last night of $1000 shows that tlir hank officials at Keller. Tar rant county lost only lio.do In tho robbery .Monday. Cnsliler Adams has been arrested. He(ls charged with embezzlement. He claimed that he was gagged and thrown Into the vault. KELLER BANK IS ROBBED; CASHIER LOCKED IN VADLT FT. WORTH Texas. Oct. -Tho Mar Imiik lit Keller. Tarrant county vh robbed of $s."oo HiIb morning at r. uVlock. The caHhlcr was slugged and locked In the vault. The bandits ORcupcd in automobiles and had not been captured late today. M.IDES STOP CAXA...

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 — 8 October 1915

P ' frAGE 81X I' a Mr (TWk ip iiriaeHScirrrtrjfiej ii ( I nr n IPS on fi Vi4o?c" k y JLaUfii LLVJI O m Br Pacv Powers. The cliild nt an early age should be instructed in the value of simplicity in dress and it is not a bad idea to teach as soon as possible the art of selecting good materials for if the girl is im- pressed with the desire to use only hon- ?st textiles and to abhor over-elaboration this instinct will cling to her throughout life. Smartness and good taste characterize the designs of juvenile wear The most important elements of adult modes have been modified and transferred to the uses of the younger generation. The question of style is of paramount conse- quence in children's frocks and certainly you will be surprised to see the enor- mous selection following the fashion trend of the hour in children's gar- ment. It is always a problem to choose a coat for a girl which will answer all possible requirements and still be at- tractive and useful for all occasions. It Is g...

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 — 8 October 1915

TA ABILENE JtBPOETE ABILENE TESAB. CT1 A AD TIE COB It Can't Be Done Biss uBy HOP' REPORTER ii i in " . i a m m 4 ii mmmmsmmmmmmm&BmmmmmmKEimmwMmammnwmmnmm EXPECT TO TIE IN ABOUT $30000 ttOItl.D'S SB It IKS HKlKll'TS K I'KCTLl) TO UK UKOIJlt THA KVKK 1IKFOHK. TOTAL TAKEN IN 2.168273 J This Amount Has Hem Sine? the Merles Slutted Hnnes Ilfjuf Stadium to He n Ureal Aid. tho first four games. After four games have been played the players share in no more receipts and the club owners take the full 90 per cent remaining after the National commission has levied Its assessment Since the world series came under the official control of organized base- ball the total receipts have amounted to $210827:1 Of this huge sum the twentr clubs participating In tnc games between 1003 and 1914 have ! divided $1001517 while the players who won and lost the championships ' in these years Bpllt $872098 on n I i..ioI t i;n Mir rani in lir witmlnC team nnd 40 per cent to the losing grecntum. Tim Nationa...

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 — 8 October 1915

PAffS MOHT 'tt A' Hi it H'KTLh &B1LZN&. TKXJJI I II It 1 1 rxspoipft AMs '& (Lit Anflfiinialbl(i wimir j in ii i I. Queries and Replies Covering Matters of Importance to the Man Who Runs a Car How doe Iho efficiency of the worm drTvo axle compare wllh the bevel drive axle? Compared with n staple reduction Bevel gear Hie efficiency of the wormf gear Is undoubtedly lower taking for granted the accuracy in manufacture In both cases to bo the same. There Is a steady tapping In my mo- tor which cannot be located. It is more noticeable when there is a strain on the motor. Can you explain it? A bent rnlvo stem wilt In nearly every Case cause a knock to be liennl. If tllb vnlvo springs of any one cylin der arc weak that cylinder may tnls- llro and giro the olTect of n part slight- ly loose. See If the vnlvo and Ignition timing nre correct. Perhaps the nole you hear Is nothing more Until vnlvo slap which Is canted by the vnivc seat- ing improperly. The material of which the top o...

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 October 1915

fAtlFOTO THE ABILENE. REPORTER. ABILENE TEXAS. 7 I "nWMMBWBWWIWWWftWW IMU1 H. IWHUiWBBaBWgB Nitiotiai Bank Or Abilene Texas. I Capital $100000.00; Surplus unci Profits $65000.00 II. w-i i. . i 1 1 jam. ' ' " ' ' ' - ! - ' flnAAn TWrtrt X17L-4- TV.1 M 117 U $ T- UTAH atUUr mma Mii.mrWi.oBW. py nut I It i ''ft ft i - IT AI1M Pnlfl lilllN rrfl VomiiB; onehlt:rln wor'."11 I U H U L LI 1 1 1l fl U ll Philadelphia- Burn fanned. Alexan- 1 $ ifl SYLVESTER GINS PHIL ARE VERY BUSY 1ST gam E3T01 and forced Shore owt NMinff to Bin- rrft vo runs; one lilt: no error . Philadelphia- Burn fanned. Alexan. tier Mod out to Lewis; Ptwk lili 1 grounder to Shore who fumbled the Inll and Stock we safe; Bancroft wa thrown out by Shore No runs im hits; ono error. Ill) HALLS AltF. (INKI Tt'ESDAY ALL VARUS CROWDED. AUK BUSINESS REPORTED FINE .Merchant! Declare Trmlc Hrtlcr Till Tnl I Than Lnnl .Lnrgc Dry (toods House to lie Ktnl IJshcd at Sjlreftcr. 'Hi llio Associated ITcs. Sixth limine rill.lll; I lilLiBhLF...

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 October 1915

JfcA.UJv i-1 v. Ji rJL' K Wii ii ! i ij j mm iwirjflfmmmw'nwwwwiiini t iiw gft jwSBKJWHiKK gains Quality and Style y Winter Merchandise We fj ej3agagigxgiiiatii)tfijgBsgjtn3!ajaM.iJWaaa K BSWasRcWHBCRfWJHRKJCTKIMlWM IMMHMI THK ABtLKNJB REPORT ZK AftlLMfK TXXA1. F ai 'Our Prices are Lower the Merchandise all New and the Quality of the Very Best Sonic have wondered how this New Store has established such a heavy volume of business. We aUrihule this volume to the quality and style of our merchandise lower price nnd the s-erviee we are rendering. Time or trouble is nof spared when buying slocks for I his store to buy the most standard quality and best styles at the lowest cash prices. The management and salespeople willingly extend every favor and courtesy making trading at this store pleasant and profitable. In making this store your trading place we will assure you of our appreciation of your business with our best attention to your wants sell you newer merchant disc and guarantee our...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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