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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 October 1915

not ABILBHM KlfOETim amjlkkm tkeah. PAOBfctX VI I I ! I 11 If i I- 16 Ef I NEGRO WOMEN ARE "HO 'IN' DE COHN" CONVICTED IX CITT COURT THEY ARE BEIXfl MADE TO ITT CITY'S WEEDS. TIRED OF "BUD HEGROES" CIlj- Officials Drclnrc War on Clis of Citizenship Which Hns Caused So Mnch Tronhle of Lnte. The- Inevitable has happened tho in- timate occurrence has occurred the long-prnycd-for thing has come to pass: The "bad negroes" are working with their hands paying owl fines owed the city! Frtdar morning three ladles of color were taken to the vicinity of the South Ward School building were told to grasp hoe-handles firmly and put to work chopping weeds. There are plentv of weeds and the only fear Is that the "bad negroes" will play out before the weeds. "We've got enough of this foolish- ness" said our auburn-haired young city attorney known to his friends ns 'Whit" nnd to tho world at large as Carlisle G. Whiten "They didn't think we could make 'em work They thought they could lay over there I...

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

nnr. Armies Ready for New Balkan War FAIR PARK READY Right on the Fair Grounds. Sidewalks to Main Tents " -irtnn iit- URCOMBHEEIjyifJAL THURSDAY f yf 600 OOO A y S V R I A H U tJ 18 A E V f?iirrintif C0.VCMTMlA r-or OTOBER r V TUOrSAMl AM ONE LUlMtnTh hi:.ts sOTijn t (jj)!M or okkat rAiu. RESERVED SEATS SOLI) AT MONTGOMERY'S DRUG STORE CIRCUS DAY. AOSTRWN JffMY OVER 200 WORKMEN BUSY U I'm'r Park N n llinili t.I l'tirPTOr Ft ! ltnn fi inc nf (her Two ifundroi! Men. TKM AimfS JUPOHTllt ABIHIOI TgXAM. t Lf i BER1KT ODESSA ' VRiifF4IUNn "IHIKVKHH ( . X aKRAJOVA "Z MKUSTEHJE i J' b fLB& Vfr RUSMH & I FRANCO I J? j BRITISH A&is&Ra. pa vmm ?a jH WBt position of oppommi vit.nu. ifTilHiHH I W JSfeff Tire stage Is set again In Uio Hal- Kms for another war the third ulthtii fiVo yeurs. Urn Voti .Mftekin- nt'ii. who was one ot th leader In th ItiiBBian defeat l In command of a German army now nt UelgrmK while tlia Austrian nre farther fr-t. Iit.th menacing Selliin A Unlgari in i...

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

m?. ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAX. il35535WE5asa5BSa55R5aSCE3 &iZV'r55l$'ttl?TW&JF'!3 ' VJFUTS- 7?VMJ'7W JTXT-MS&ZliZ WT"S3HSZSDW5ESBr SSSSMSmSRMSSHMMMMMSMSMMMSSMMMMM THE CENTRAL WEST TEXAS FAIR OPENS HERE TUESDAY OCT. 12. Are You Coming? ?! W This aviII be a jarala week for Abilene and for West Texas. Thousands of visitors from this section of the State will be in attendance at the Fair the greatest Fair in the history of West Texas. We welcome you io Abilene and the Fair. While in the city you are especially invited to visit this store take full a advantage of all its modern conveniences and use our services freely. r i-. Ladies' New and Popular Neckwear-- Kverylhing lhal is new and popular in ladies neckwear will be found in our neckwear section. (icorgelte Gropes Voiles Or- gandies and Crepe-de-Chines in dollars Veslees and Sets in white and colors also while with colored trim- mings. Prices range from 2?c to . . . .' 3.50 Tuesday Oct. 12th is Abilene Day at the Fai...

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

Stye SUxtten Sjmti-toeeltfg Vitpott. VOLUME XXXIII. I3IU . ABILENE TEX VS Tl t SD U 0( TOIIFK 12 1!)I5. -f SrXBER 9. Baseball Moguls Take Charge of World Series. MOUS ENDORSEMENT OF NZA BY PAN-AMERICANS BOSTON AMERICANS TURN TABLES' ON PHILLIES WINNING SEGOi M ' Ml mm I -a FOSTER ON ftOUND FOR THE AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONS DRIVES IN THE WINNING RUN IN THE NINTH. PRESIDENT W 20000 Fans See Red Sox Hurler Turn Man After Man from Plate Mayer Gives Up Teii'HHs Rut Managed to Keep Them Pretty well Scattered During the Game. PHILADELPHIA Pa.. Oct. 9. The Boston Americans won llio second gnino of tin World's series In tho ninth Inning this afternoon. President Wilson saw tho champions of the Amurlenn League turn back the Philadelphia club 2 to J. Twenty thousand people uaw George Foster turn back the National Lenguo pen- nant winners from the plato Inning nt- ter Inning and then put a fitting cap to tho climax of the game. Poster il rove In the winning run In the ninth with n hot single. T...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 October 1915

r ACtx nr" THS ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. t t I ii i i u SAFETY is of course your firs I considera- lion in placing your bank account. This bank offers you. beside I he us- ual capital surplus and stockholders liabilily.thc protection of the GUAR- ANTY FUND of the State of Texas which fund now amounts to more than TWO MILLION DOLLARS. Safety should be your first consid- eration. Can you find a depository for your funds offering better protection. First State ank Personal Local Household . 1 hie Local Groin Market. ! Wheat .old for $1.1 n tnihei in Ah- rjSltSONAIiS Saturday white outs brdw.Bt 33 and 37 cents. Head mnl.- sold frr t" 4.4.4.44.4.44..4.4. 4. 4. 4. 4.4. 45 cents and threshed maire To cents a : !mlfd. Tin demand was strong on Deputy ShwIfT Joe Brown waa. all with the pottdble exception of down front Trent Friday aftefnwffl. ' wheat. An advnnee of u-enl? cent Miss JlminlO KlaiWnl is spending a hundred pontrde on flour waa mad tho weeh-end with honrefotk at Han- Octdber...

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 — 12 October 1915

(. THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE. TEXAS. PAGE THfcEl 5&ve")3eeVi VsTiiU&&-o")Oea.Y "DeeV a s Sove Every preparation has been made lo make the "Central West Texas Fair Bigger Heller Grander than Ever" You can't afford to miss the best fair ever pulled ofT in Central West Teas. Come you'll get yollr moneys worth. If you are interested in stylish apparel For Ladies Misses Men and Voting men a vjsit to this store will be an added attraction. Pair week is ready to wear week at this si ores You'lj rind the largest and most complete stock of ready lo wear garments for every member of the family ever shown in Central West Texas on special display and sale here this week. Our best efforts have been exerted lo make tins showing of Fashionable wearables bigger belter more complete than ever. New shipments by freight and express just received will be on display for the: first lime during-Fair Week New -tailored . suits lor ladies and misses; new skirls new waisls new hats nuw coals e...

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 — 15 October 1915

ftepcrrl? he SUxHene Semi VOLUME xxxm. abii.enp. tex is Finn i. October is 101& xrxnEit su IKE WORLDS CHIP -wekltj H r r WIN rf AI i " ii If ISSIUC1I FEATURED OV Hi HUH MEYER RELIEVED IN THE THIRD BY R1XEY ON ACCOUNT OF HEAVY HITTING OF RED SOX. THE ATTENDANCE GIVEN AT 20306 BOSTON - .' PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIA Oct. 13. The flflh'Becond hut went out n moment Inter giimo of the World's Series started on time tills afternoon although u delay miU feared on account of holh of the teams being delayed on the road by engine trouble. An enthusiastic homo crowd greeted lm Phllllnu. Miiyer and Hurns started ns the l'lill-i ndelphia batter) and Foster and Tho- mns lor UOSIOII. .unjer was rcueieu " runs; no iuih; no errors in the third Inning on ncconnt of the' Philadelphia: Cravath struck out Iienty hitting of Boston mid ItUcj Luderus scored on a home run over was substituted. tho right field fence; the crowd gave llemy hitting featured the first few him nn ovation ns lie crossed the Inni...

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 — 15 October 1915

THIS A3IL1NB REPORTER. ABILENE TBXA8. SAFETY is of course your first considera- tion in placing your bank account. This bank offers you beside the us- ual capital surplus and stockholders liability the protection of the GUAR- ANTY FUND of the State of Texas which fund now amounts to more than TWO MILLION DOLLARS. Safety should be your first consideration. Can you find a depository for yoiir funds offering better protection. First State Bank II AT ILL TO BE RESUMED SOI DELAYED AiHtlYU OF h.MALL HIT OF .METAL HOLDS VV Villi. IN(J WOltK. Drilling operations at tho Frank P. Fox toHt oil well south of townjiavb ono 0r tho jaHeH wjl0 WM jtjur0 been suspended alnee Monday niorn- j Monday night when two nutoa col- !lF Vllc1uth01ln conncctn tb "r-'Vllded two miles west of Tye. rogulnod Lit with tho shank gave way while tho con8Coll8no88 Wednesday morning dri I w:m pounding away at tho second AUhoUK inconacIous for moro than had stratum of llmcsii-v encounter- ho.rK h .. . ' W("T ASK pto'liTi...

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 — 15 October 1915

B REPORTER PAGE THUfct. SEmC 33C THE 3d ABILENE'S BIGGEST FAIR IS NOW OPEN WITH SPLENDID OUTLOOK ESTIMATES FURNISHED THE REPORTER PLAGES CROWD AT FAIR PARK AT 6000 PERSONS AT 2:00 P. M. Through the business district at departments will be announced in 9:30 o'clock Tuesday morning n long i Wednesday's Reporter. Tho judges lino of decorated vehicles of nil sorts i wero on tho job- early Tuesday morn- parrtded to tho music of three bandying and hope to eonipleto tho big and formally opened tho Central task by noon Wednesday. West Texas Fair nnd Fat Slock Show. Tho big line of exhibits may delay .imij iiuuuiiB uemiiu sincuutc tho parade was worth waiting for. it was much smaller than was hoped for duo to tho fact that a great many Btores did not havo tlnio to get up floats but what there was of It wis credltablo and beautiful. Long before tho hour for the pa- rade tho streets were allvo with towns people nnd visitors who gathered on the sidewalks to get a peep nt tho decorated vehicles....

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 — 15 October 1915

'"ijTwwwiiii'iiu"1 iTifrfrj m jjrTgr1"--i"'r o-vi. . "I tCMf MICC C VI V MfiftfiTCD wsr lhos rolBK prairies ltavo been aclhff tcfW.1 KtrPlLi w to w iittr iiimiiib i i nr i-fT lJtte roounMna ha?e fiercr echoed 12-28 th Scco Street thousand miles! For one .hundred - V r i (years Tall me you men from other fctered as Second-Cla.88 Mall at AbK continents where In ell the world Is TtxM. OcMier 14 1&03. SiJINW?Wt4K KATES. Pro Year (in ailTaco)..i.....$LuO Ix MoftfhR ($tt navance) ....... . .w wbecrlfe-ers fMlng to receive their MHer regularly will confer a favor le the management by reporting tne awe (o the business office. Phone 67 TELEPHONES: Business and Circulation 67 EaMtorlat Ofllce 829 Society ....1097 or 343 lAnv errnnnmm reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in tho columns of The riftnnrler. nritl ii findlr corrected upon its bflng brought to the attention of the Arm). there r match for this that North America ...

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 — 15 October 1915

pioirm ME OF THE THIRD GAME 8F HeadQuarters THE WORLD'S SERIES IS 2 T0 1 For Men and Young Men LEONARD DEFEATS GROVER CLEVELAND ALEXANDER IN GREAT GAME AT BOSTONLEONARD YIELDS ' THREE HITS. better Hanan- and Howard & Foster Shoes -the BES1 hi stule hitih in arc mirror will you the difference buildFifth-5 Avenue ght into them. h IKM ABEUBmB M5POR1J51? JBILEHB. T3SXAM itmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmm mmmmtMmimlimuuMmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmimmjB0Kkmmm t?Jifc.-?v ' 5fcf Mf fWSr' i1 J BOSTON - -PHILADELPHIA R II E 2 6 1 1-3- 0 HOSTOX Mil!.. Orl. 11. Tho Dos-(-n Hcil Sox defeated Hie Philadelphia Nationals here tills afternoon lit tlu third came iif the World's Scries bj n runs: no hits? tin errors. Second Inning. Philadelphia: Luderus struck out; srorc ttf '! (o I in n uunie t-huractcrlml Whlttett popped out to Hobtltzol: Nle ' -y lirilllnnt pliniiii; throughout. Tills Iioff wont out on a high one to Sctt. vUch Boston ii lend of one game in t 111 Thoro was a fork to Leonard's cur...

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 — 15 October 1915

TKH ASIUB1IX Rr.POKTrn ATtTT -n-T CPAAD TRCIB s The World I rhea(ed Out of a Bright Remark uBy H0F! FARM DISPLAYS ARE IMPRESSIVE REPtRTER iiu.f win:ttr. rinr imioditts m u ns vhk ii rr is woimi ivi:stioiimj. ('OMiMT.n ILL 1IKLT1l ril'SM i)Kirssn to cuvi: n of- fihaii in tils j mio display warn PREMIER TAKES M WORK I.ornl Firms Vfcln With Knrh iMIirr In iilo Itiillillimi t'lirm Hi'. IiIiijs llmii nJ Most Hciiuliiiil. I'nrlfnlln nf Foreign ffnlrs ami Also rroslttcnrr of Council of Mhi- Islc-rs Will lio Assumed y Premier. FRENCH FOREIGN MINISTER RESliS 7r7SvT P H W(-l)H 3 AGES T U)A i fGOSH 1VeT J?J? (T VJVNO vS&y SSfer Vs4 i4t $s CPfe o fill r Swi . rv smfe!3& NO it J SX jt Jf Idt IT .Jff rt f ft T L!r- "i J" y " Z . -fS5- j J - . n f - f I . f 4ri-HHW nTX3VAJIvV IVi I -OPYXVi flVYy' w V VL t $-2fF r 7- m c j n V I ) m nil ' . V r ft RUSSIA NEEDS SUPPLIES NOT MEN I)L'Y .IAFKSK AUTIIOHITIKN Mr.y iiavj: iiikn vsklh 11)11 VMM iy. CONCENTRATING EFFORTS Jaiinii Urging Kverjllilnp 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 — 19 October 1915

T l)g fyiitent SHtteeklg Utpwcttt VOLUME XXXIII. IBILKNK TEX IS TlKSDlf. OtTOHKH 18 1915. 5C.HHEK SI. W CENTRAL WEST TEXAS FAIR QF 1915 WAS A FINANCIAL SUCCESS So Stated Mr. Louis Montgomery Treasurer of the Association ifr an Interview With a Representative of This Paper Saturday BRILLIANTLY SUCCESSFUL FAIR TERMINATES SATURDAY NIGHT CENTRAL WEST TEXAS FAIR BROKE ALL RECORDS IN POINT OP ATTENDANCE ATTRACTIONS OFFERED AND FINANCIAL RETURNS. fr FAlU FINANCIAL SUCCESS The directors of the Fair Ab- soclation hold a meeting every night during the Fair. At the meeting Saturdny night an of- fort was made to arrive at Borne knowledge of the financial sue ccsb of tho Fair. Owing to tho fact that between flr.00 and $2.- nno worth of Improvements have been mado at Fair Park In the past ten dayB and the further fact jthat Bomo cxpoftBcs havo been Incurred for which no dell- nnte statement has been rccelv- ed by tho directors it was lm- poflslblo to find tho exact condl- tlon of the nnanclal-Bld...

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 — 19 October 1915

t ; ;vjfl THIS ABILENE RBfOfcTBR ABILEHE TKXA1. t &nfiii SAFETY is of course your first considera- tion in placing your bank account. This bank offers you beside the us- ual capital surplus and stockholders liability.the protection of the GUAR- ANTY FUND of the Stale of Texas which fund now amounts to more than TWO MILLION DOLLARS. Safety should be your first consid- Can you find a depository for your funds offering be t(er protection. First State J3&I1JK ARMY INCREASE PLANS APPROVED ..Vr $Jbl000IHH TO HE EXPENDEB WII.. M).N HAVI.MJ I.IVE.N HIS APPHOVAU TO ACT LATER Sccrctury (nrrlxon'ri Plan Will bo Pre. ' rented ut .Next Si'shIiiii Willi Full UncUnj; of the Entire Ad- nilnlstralloii. By Tho Associated Pros3. WASHINGTON Oct. I l.l'roaiuani U'llxnn Kulnv unrirnvitd tlio tilan Of Secretary Oarribon for the Inereasliig. of tho I'nitod States army. Tho plans cull for tho oxpendituro' of SlkLUUO.uuu which is to bo an in- creufio oi approxunaieiy ii.uuuug. The plun in Its upproed...

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 — 19 October 1915

. "& . Ke &oocs mtfuv Suvess soicl 3re$Vfc Guyrii'il Hut Sc hatter & Mux For men nrul young men made by ITnrt Pchaffner & lfifx and ollior high grnilq eloflir-s Imihlors. Snappy new designs ami pnttrms in stouts sHni?t regulars. Wo fit the hard to fit and save j'oli money ofi j8tTr Jfflit W&- ps; Alo.00 on up to ?25 00 This season wc have added a lino of prep suits for the young man just going out of Hhort trousers. Special mod- els cut along youthful Hum. The very host values obtain- able in quality clothes. Soe this line for your boys lotg pant suit; priiios1 are $10.00 $12.50 iyo.00 ?17 50 TS-eevv Out Slock u o a I-1L-U..L.J iii I 1.1. 111. iMa-tiajgw&.iwMWjiiiiiiiiuiiiLi.miimi.mi.jji. nil. I. i win mm l iiiiiliLami.BiniLiaiu ium-iu.iim iu..ii-.jiiuuJ". inn S&wAav4 ThisweiSK5we?ll hasemaiiy new goods f or jtmYeYY deSKment on diroiay. Nearrivals to fill me vacan- cies maoy rapid selling off the past several aavs. 4 Tailored Serge Crepe de Chine and Taff...

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 — 19 October 1915

Ladies' New Coat Suits a MI Tkm at What Othire Pay fir Than AWARDS MADE IN IM HUB EXHIBIT OF FINK BIRDS IS BKSt VtB SEEN 11ERKJ SOME GO TO DALLAS. "A EXTRA Jjk MEI'S SPECIALS i i MTS TlvXk AT MALL V Tf ' whm a jh m a i- ir . i 11 . maT roiiows: jp Ml Mil A I LADIES 1 Al Jma f tmTe Wu . Ir? imid m - i ir w MUii-i pn - X y jJ- v J I Jr " " J I f I f f M dfs&iiirfsses andXbats I m i J.' dp inoslivnu us. The si auliTti in r r jb sv j X Our La v is ml v i -If if tire ineinosi ivmariKiUjR.' values eyrrsoiu in all To As. The slyles arc the laWlsl and the most Ix aulTfti in Abilene. 'Co see Ihem is to hcficv'(niiisimcnicnl. A saving of 40 per cpn MEN'S SUITS. Almost Jfalf Price. vou yfu monev on Ihem. The priecf isfeul oeverv item in this store. 3 ' .. $10000.0fShaC Stock Less Than Factory Cost. Texas Mercantile Co. Abilene A. M. Robertson Mgi'. Texas Tlio Poultry Exhibit of the Central West Texas Fair like all other ex- hibits is the best ever. The quality of Uie birds shown Is as good...

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 — 19 October 1915

Tia itwunnc wronTim mmumku. rwum. ' i''11 '' I I I I ! . m' "' ' "1111 mi i M waBS ii.ii.mwi TT I J n. i i m u mJimSSmi ilmimwiMJmiimmZ.mlil'''i i HwwW mBXmfBmSmm 300 DrummersSamples Ladies. Misses. am Childrens G ON SALE The Saving is One- Fourth and One-Third Off. r . p awbW peswhrbi nHwm .MHH HHH bHhHI I lk IHr iHK-f - i ... -? I Mnmlal f rrTi .mb wAQiMrn i nntc wjaaammmt ss Style SKgw AKmEml 4 '.;.. Some Advance Information about the Fall Fashions Suits nrc quite rlmmting and sensible this f year. There is no definite line set for the length of the jacket; k varies according to Che height and figure of the individual woman who wears it and the style of the garment itself. There are strictly tailored suits scmi-Nor- folks nml others revealing lite Military influence. You arc no doubt anxious to hcar"somc au- thentic information about the width of the new "skirts. The acknowledged favorite is the wide- t skirt which is just Harrow enough to have a graceful swing. And to be smart i...

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 — 19 October 1915

TKB ABILENE REPORTER. ABILENE TF.A ?A01X A Fitting And Touching Farewell SCOOP TIE CUB REPORTER "By HOP" Bradley Sweaters fcnwlMiTiHw Hm iii . m - - ii ..i $ For Everybody THEN ID NEVER1 WAVE WITHER CHANCE UKE y THy-T-M I v i unc i flv V 'f t a . i a: ftflO .Tcn Jf 1 IDA 1 r ln .SXtfi UnV . 1M I Pi I i 5 IaHHT ao QVfe LIL' ! T ANNOUTttf-LILOuEN Ml ?H THEM tb NEVER yT F l-H S?ZhcT rv r tf PACIFIC OCErtN t W 6 YH NEAREST Efr ( VVWE ANOTHER Kfef h PLEJT;f;. I G Wat BffiSTOO FMREUjELL I lU-feVERSEE VOU ) ( ZACKLt') V CHANCE UKG. . T J?L kJMGCU.WlU)VE -HW I 5.77 .-Tirir MO OCEAN AQAiMV V 7 V -mvrnNE' ' t-. "i m 2i o'hi vyA.. AAiiiAii t j .a - v'y i iut-4 it. ncucTC ire i i " . -n. - . l JLsmMxiM : r ! dJ - -fc i .w. j o r ."sl- iv?ay liuj vk ra -s aur y.p - s itiF- Iftififiat hm J P 7 cyvE. 1 1 N'J wf) N. c xl " I 5a 5 x 3 AsL-far rr r Kffir - xomvi v fi m k&?-a w w1 a-a i. z av iiiinnur Hi'.- r f .m i j t i - vr . v c j-rw --i i -wk. kj v j i--i t r- Wc have Just received a full ass...

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 — 22 October 1915

. -i niijLii.iL.imiiLl!Wljiim.jiiij.i.iip. hiiiuii iimi ii uii..uniiti..niiiil n . MMiMWMiMwwiMiimMMijiiiiimKBiuMMPBMMMMi j iMWiMluMiiiMBBWMWWBaBMM LUME XXXIII. I aiulevp. tmyas. PKimf nrrnnpn . inis. ABILENE TEXAS FMB if OCTOBER 22 IMS. 1(EK ct! I fc 1 i 1 -. i" ft i WEATHER AND s FOHECASTS FOR ALL OF THE SOUTHEHN STATES TllfHSOAY is given QUOTATIONS ON COTTON vlicrpool Middling 7.28$ cw Orleans - 12 Cenlnj New York 12.05 mill (inhesion Selling n( 12.15. The following weather and cotton bulletin were received at the Abilene Cotton Exchange Wednesday: Louisiana and Texas: Tonight and Thursday fair. Arkansas: Tonight fair cooler In east portion Thursday fair. Oklahoma Tonight fair; Thursday fair warmer. Notice: The next cotton glnner's re port will be issued nt 10 a.-in. Monday pet. 25th and will show ninount of cotton ginned prior to Oct. 18th North Carollnn: Partly cloudy to- night probably showers near the coast cooler west; Thursday partly cloudy. South Carolina! Cloudy tonight 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 — 22 October 1915

W ... ...JI'Bl -r. srr''v" 1 4 1 H f "!." '' Ml TH A35H.BN1J KEPORTEl ABH.EHE TBXAJ. YOU WOtJLDLlKE 0 SATE 80ME AT OF YOUR EARinWGB it just gets hway from you before you know it and tlie last of the week and the last of the month and the last of the year conies and you arc no better off than you were lat year. If you Will come lo the SAVINGS window at tin' First State Bank wo will give you a nice litito bunk Unit will just fit your pocket. One coin a day eveii the smallest coin in jour poiikot will soon amount lo a liicn little sum ami yon will be starting a savings jM'rount The start is all you need YOU WIM ("ONTIXfK. 1'imic in and get the bnnk.v. Personal Local Household- 4 legate to the Order of the Eastern Star. ;Sho was accompanied homo by her TKRSOXALS ; sister. Mrs. C..F. Gibson Of Asper Knlph Flnlcy left Wednesday for a business trip to carbon. Mrs A. J. I.elghty of Merkol visited friends hero Wednesday. Deputy Sleriff Obar of Ovale aH an officii visitor In the tily Wednes- ...

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