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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 October 1915

FAGS TlfMl WeSell at What Others Payfor Their Goods A $35000 Dry Goods Stock The Qua e Style and the Prices Appeal to Everyone. The Pric TXX AXILXHX fcXFORTI-t AXIL-OfS THAI "J IT" e fe Gilt onJBrfhrv Item ?r Mr r r jbi"'-t mp . ..-r-r--r f f 1 P mrmj The Price is Cut on Staples i ;! 8c Hloni'li Domestic 0 l4c 12 l-2c Hlpjichcil !onicstic ..8 JU!c' 7c tlnblonulimi Domestic .Mw..MMMMHMiQc U)i Unblcnchcd Domestic -...-6 l2c J2 1-L'o I'orenlns for .--- w.-.i-.-9c 1Uc Outings or -------------.. --.-tfc 12 l-2c OiiUiij? for -..--- . Oc lOc-Cuntou tflnminl --. .-7 l-2c 12 l-2c Cuiilon FIiiiiiipI .... ..-9c 12 l-2c Dross CiiiiRlmni --9c l()c Dross liiiighmii -... 7 l-2c $10000.00 SHOE STOCK LESS THAN FACTORY COST. J ' rfjdr I I wwmL 18UUI oiy iajres ssivusn . Lme -- W .--' - ("7 CoatSgpe y00 .J. ZJjtHbya fi in Ladies ("oats jll- ---S&d0 Jh Vi Kailics (mft?T-- X .- -arn 4 m if IhKi M f 1 ; ii mtF .:'--.:ii.uu ijw.ww ijuuics iam.b -.4. -----j-v---$15.00 .$l-'.Vl Ln.IiTonfs - '. ..$16.50 ...

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 — 22 October 1915

n-t.- - -. n --"wanr " TKt ABlUtWm ElyoftTMt ABDWClC -7- t B1"fiP Vt.1 -L vy t I tw i i it . ! II f ; it 4 J5 UM-VEEEKLY KEPORTEIT Aha f (Ua Yjst fAMnAra In To el AT AM"-? PRI?TIXG COMFA5iVcount wn Tho Renortef orfjfd aivii ron v.i.iv nmAHii uintnA ' t THE iOLL WEEVIL. 102228 North Second Street Bntercd as 9ee6m-Class Mall t A6H leae; Texas October 14 103. SUBSCRIPTION HATES One tear (In advance) $1-00 Htx Months fin advance) .60 Subscribers falling lo receive their paper regularly will confer a favor apon lite management Dy reporuug uuj mma to the business ouice. rnone TELEPHONES'. Business and Circulation Editorial Office .- 829 Society ...1097 or 348 a. ..rnngmiE reflection Upon the character standing or reputation ot . any person Arm or corporation wui mav anncar in the columns of. Tho Reporter will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention of the Arm). UNT6nlSlLABEL? -saSj&sv FRIDAY OCT. S2. 1J- WANT TO KNOW REASON WHY GASOLINE IS SO COSTLY. ' Automobile o...

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 — 22 October 1915

ant AWLiKK ke&Mjsk unum fMXk NE INDIANAPOLIS CASE HAS BEEN DISMISSED THOMAS TAGGART DEMOCRATIC NATION AL COMMITTEEMAN FOR INDIANA FREED OF ELECTION CON- SPIRACY CHARGE. OTHERS COHTiWUED TO DECEMBER 1 ST The Trials of Mayor Bell and The Other One - Hundred-Defendants Indicted Avith Tag- gart Will Come up Later in Winter Announced Tuesday. - Uv The Associated Press. INDIANAPOLIS lint. Oct. 13. The case against "Winning Taggnrt Demo- cratic national committeeman for In illana charged with oloction connpir- ncy. was dismissed today on motion of the Federal proncputor. The canes ngalnst Mayor Doll and more than on o hundred other defendants indicted with Taggart have been continued un til December I. IlIMnrj of The Cnes. (ery and blackmail" was chargeo One hundred and thirty-two pei ngalnst Taggart Doll I'crrott and 121 sons wore Indicted by the Marlon othcr icfcnmint8. The indictment is County grand jury as a result of nu t JS c01nts. Conviction on the Investigation of alleged elect...

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 — 22 October 1915

K aaJ jjew wwi t3MFf mmmviyitMit aHSESSJBE:jZl--xrr?W 353KE5S3KrjK iwK?n3SSS?XKX3XnHanRK3tHB. kOK sot THE ABILEHZ fcEFORTE. AMLIKjE TEXA1. 10 DISCLOSE JHIVESLOST; DEFENSE PLAN TRENCHSHIP SUNK BRITISH WILL Cleanse Tile Blood Banistf Rhemnatism RheurnatismDue toJBad BloodSrS.S. Yur Retnedy JWo Ferdinands And The Greek J j 4 t ATTACK IN AEGEi PRKfMrvT' mi.. iicurrit im. PORTA XT I'KtTlt AT XFtv YOI.K. HY. I. ni.ArKtiF tr!in?T itur.xn (tivsr in.t liikii i hi: PIIKIJ UK TO THIS LKS WITH tetJF i!H- " Thooads hsT?1 .en Insr from Rhoniiatfn wit Tit- Tvt ijv- jr"'i t iu to" juifirpi n('3iBBW!TTTpr. i r n&Li i it.. .W.k. - wt-tRjCafii (- ontant JMp(IP!i(vo(l that Uteft- rita'itr was sai I 1 yr. iiriiir. It was prjJhBPTC thm that the earn? of thHr tronbU- hW. tfiit I r.r- .iisSBTthe most faithful nil f h'anstLm. had pr .. ib'ffn Th- pojrfTTJrtbe biowl had sanbvl its WILL OPEN IHE CAMPAIGN SUBMARINE IS RESPONSIBLE ITALY WILL PARTICIPATE SJtrensth. The wken. bl linl ajhiipwrj'J'R and iropurl...

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 — 26 October 1915

l)g SUrilem Simw-ttfeeMg VLtpottac volume xxxni. YHILFXE TFXAS Tl'ESDW (HTOBEH 2C 1915. nrREK 8f border en to Inventor of Great 42-Centimeter Gun ALLIES WORK 10 111 SERBIA ITALY IN BIG GENERAL OFFENSIVE TAKE DECISIVE STE -jr-" MASS MEETING IS HELD AND GOVERNOR WILL BE ASKED TO RELIEVE ALARMING SITUATION. MANY MB LEAVE HOME For Past Three Months Innumerable Acts of Vio- lence Have Been Committed Border Situation Was Quiet Saturday And no Big Fights. By Tho Associated Press. BROWNSVILLE. Texas. Oct 23. Nineteen residents of the bor- dcr country accompanied by Adjutant General Henry Hutchings will leave hero Monday for Austin where they will put tho border situation before Governor James E. Ferguson. Tlte committee later will go to Fort Sam Houston at San Antonio nnd sec Major General Funston. Later they perhaps will go as an' association body to appeal for the relief of the border from the out- rages of the Mexicans. The committee includes residents of tho counties most affected by th...

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 — 26 October 1915

H ABHJ5KK RXP01TER ABILBWl TlXAi IMY LANGUAGES VIEW PEOPLE SEE PROSPERITY WEATHER AND COTTON REPORT CLYDE TO TAKE PART III BIG FAIRS LITTLE GIRL IS BITTEN BY SNAKE th $ ill Villi K IUUiS A KB M'WKKA (Ol'IOrS RAINS KALI. I THAI SKCTIOXt!t.S HAVF. Tt'lt.N. F.D O0T 205 IJA1.ES. FAIR WKATHKIl IS PKKDIFTKD FOR T1IK K.NTIItK SOUTH ON SUNDAY IIAVB FIUJIT AMI VKdBTAIHiK KXHiniTS AT ANGRLO AND SIN ANTONIO. StFFBKH I.TRNKIiVt HrjlMJ SOMKTIMK WV))a SllK ITT FOVNI) NKAB TYFa ' IS IKLlMlS. n. CftxAXT DKCMKLS. PROBLEM I0W Iflll OK! MANY ATTEND G. W. T FAffi COTTON PRICES SATURDAY PERRY KLEPPER IS DEAD COTTON AIL ABOUT OUT v Willi Introduction of American Pub'(oUon llujcr From Abilene Now lJnj Jiheritno! .MMdltntr 7.20$ New Orleans Ho Had Ileen Officer for Mnnj Years There-Speaker Moods of tho Texas llonso Visitor to Clyde. Stock Water Hcpnrled to Ho Verj Scarce Early Preparation 6f lntnl to Re More Extcusltc. He .Schools Common Medium of Ing ( otton at View Nnmlior 12 f New York Was 12.15 nnd (in...

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 — 26 October 1915

.Mk II3f AgmXWM Alj JHl tfBXAI. 3V T2v$ Stytd&Y SaVe o BYa.wkes 'iVils ")DeeVA ; i r SucVaAma 'WO "Pairs SaropVe "PAankrts This week we offer the buying public the opportunity of the season to save money on the purchase of warm winter bed covering. In addition to our regular slock that will go on sale at cut prices we place on sale 400 pairs of Drummers Sample Blankets bought at a reduction of .'tt 1-3 per centfrom factory cost and offer I hem while they last at a corresponding reduction. This is an opportunity you can not afford to pass as both cotton and wool blankets have made radical advances since we bought our present stocks and will be very much higher when this supply is exhausted. This is a timely event coming as it does just at the season when warm bed covering is in de- mand. Let us urge you to come in this week and take advantage of this sale to effect splendid saving on your blankets and quilts. Rooming bouse Boarding house and Motel proprietors will find this sale ...

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 — 26 October 1915

""jj"t-" """" : WER NAMED CATTLE IHSPECTtffi SSR3B3PEffS5S33BSS9H0OESBME9E The Anderson Dry Goods Company is Meeting the Demand ... . . . .. . . ... ... i i ... . i . . -... . for Fall and Winter Goods with Bargains Style and Quality - r j i T AKILKNK MAX LANDS 1'OSITION Z WITH STATK LIVESTOCK SANITARY COMMISSION. AlflTO . ' r "" " lH""HBHDBBE3DB8BBBBSBBSBBBBB3HlMKBBi U M m u m II. H. Slaughter of tho Abilene Livestock Commtsfilon Company Sat urday received notice ot his appoint ment as an inspector for tho State Livestock Sanitary Commission qf Texaa. The appointment was mado by Chairman J. H. Avery of the Commis- sion who in a letter to Mr. Slaugh- ter advised tho latter to join Inspec tor Olln Graves now at Trent and Ket "on to" the workings of the de partmcnL Messrs. Slaughter and Graves nro old acquaintances having known each other In Hell county where both were raised. There wcro many applicants for the position which was given to Mr. Slaughter and Saturday ho wa re ceiving th...

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 — 26 October 1915

"7T n SCOOP THE Clt REPORTER The Scoops are Divided on the National Defense Proposition JV "HOP ) TKM AWTUOCE BBF01.TMJ AJttUWI TKXJUk COLON ES 1 BE G EN I UP NOW TIMK HAS AlMUVi:D FOK V. S. TO ASK I'VKGl'EAX COUKTKIHM TO TAKi: STEP. CONDITIONS HIE FfflRMf m EWIS LEOYARD m TO BE AS TALK WITH L f. S. Minister In Vrpenllna Declares Europe Should No Longer Hold Pourtnn In Western Hemisphere. ItCITAbO N. V.. Oct. 21. Tin- ttnio is ripe for tlio I'nited States to ask Kuropoiin countries to relinquish iioSHtMislon uf their colonics In the Western Hemisphere. In tlio opinion of Charles H. Shorrlll former 1'nltod States Minister to Argentina who do- livorod n renin rknblo address nlonfc this lino beforo tlio Cnlversity of liuf- falo. "It In very doubtful If rrr again tlio UnUi'tl StatoH will ho In a bettor loiiilitlott to ask favor of Knrope than it Is at present" said .Mr. SiiVrrill. In referring to tlio fart that Kiiropi m nations wore seeking tlnnlicinl assis- tance In thlH country as ne...

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 — 26 October 1915

KS2SSI SfiS THIS ABILUHE REPOltTlllt ABILKHB TB3CAM. 44 CARRANZA MEXICANS ATTACK WILKIE ADD WIFE Fsrs Extraordinary Values TROOPS KILLED n tm ii The Farmers & Merchants National Bank if I in iro riqns Mitrsii ami slat noTir Kll llfETMf VNS UtK WO I Si). HIT WILL ItKCOVKll Fin.ni ivuiuks. soldiers yvtt si (j in PLAXTIT10N. &I!V1MI Of Abilene Texas KiTiSdhbaum ASSISTANCE IS SENT OUTiTWO Of BAND ARE KILLED 'Clothes Capital $100000.00; Surplus and Profits $65000.00 Cnrrnncistns i.enje Lns Jlochls For llnmMo.llanii Fight Ensues anil XLt.tot.Qtt Seme if Bailie. Altliniigh Xo Third Mexican Flees Milkic ItcpnrJ ni Further Hirhtlinr Has Been llecehed. Belicies Men Were Hired to As-siisshinle llim. s 7 ju VJjBflHpfHTf 9w-x gy if HI if . II UD O A. H. K. Co.. 1T5' bost At tfou nt Want Ads WHEN In tho market for anvSrClastfof Btocker cattlo eco ub beforyuJLjuyj Cecil Cbllders or John Lttyer. Photm No. 757. ff 9-27-tf FOR BALE Registered Duroc Jersey boars sows and pigs; also several Kra...

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 — 29 October 1915

if VOLUME XXXHI. ABILFNE TFXS FRIDAY OCTORF.lt 29 1915. .NUMBER 85 V 1 A S AND GERMANS TWENTY MILES FRENCH AND SERBIAN SUC- CESSES PREVENT KUMA-NOVO-VRANYA LINE BEING TAKEN -HARD FIGHTING ' ON ITALIAN FRONT CON TINUES. By The Associated Press. LONDON Oct. 27. French nnd Scr- Mini successes In Southern Serbia prolinlilj lime rendered" unlnkalilr the KiininnoH)-Vrmi)n lino by the Bulgarians ncrnnlln to n Siilnnlkl dispatch. Elsewhere In Serbia the Oerninnlc Allies arc xnld in lip gaining successes tndny The Bulgarians mul (Jernians arc within twent) tollies of joining forces in the hnrlli and it is ilcclnreil tliat n ii n In n will lie effected within Hie next few ilavs. tile flnnlcs continuing to gain victories as each ilaj succeeds tlio other. Unrd fighting continues on the Itnl- Inn front. The HhIIhiii urn declnred In he drMng ntfnlnst Gorlzln nnd Trent and te Indications seem In he Hint thcr will capture these places If they continue to gain in tiiey lime in the last few days. The...

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 — 29 October 1915

1 . P. Li t "1 - t e I flLWHH Jk Hw The Comptroller's Report Proves That tht (Uifiimti tf tht Irftl Antritii Pifclit is With Stilt . Inking Uslitiliiix. FIRST by the grand total of deposits. On June 30th last there was on deposit in State banking insti- tutions 12000 millions in National banks 6000 miP lions or 13 the total. SECOND by the percentage of increase. During the last decade the deposits in State banks gained 115 per cent against a gain of 103 per cent in the deposits of National Banks. THE REASON FOR THE CONFIDENCE that has made possible the remarkable growth of Texas State Banks is-M.here is PROTECTION back of them which is in addition to their strength as in- dividual corporations. First State Bank The Guaranty Fund Bank Want Ads ititf i. 1... ......L. fit.' miv i tauM .if ... ..-i.. ....i ..r...... v.i I.ik ' Cecil Chlldeni or John Meier. Phone- v --- y ii.-tr - . - ? FOR SALK Registered Uuroc Jerncyp boars sows an I pigs; also several grade sow 8. t. M. Steward. Phon ...

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 — 29 October 1915

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. PAMTX&l t. This department will be u xt ted to news pertaining to the farm and to matters of special InU-r. n to farm- ers We invite and wilt aprrc late at all times article from anv farmer living In thli part r.f Tea on nny subject he may choose mdferuss that will lneerase th- products of the farms of Tentral V; f Tea From a modest beginning we nope to develop the department Into cne of the most reliable soirrrg of in formation and communication between the farmers or this country we A MOfc'lfl SONO. The night haft pttst and gone; The day has surely come O! may wo all v remember well. Eternal day ianonr. We from our bftls urhrt; Our garments wU put on. May we set out to win the jirlzc And after glory run. Lord keep us anfe today; Secure from all our fenrs. May angels guard us through the dny And keep us from nil liarnit And when our ilays aro past; And wo to heaven go May we in thy bosom rest The bosom of thy lovo. 0. M. . A good many farmers...

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 — 29 October 1915

anwwwimiiiun. m SEM-WEEEKLY tEFIHTEt So tents Rjthoiwh It may. la Central West Toxjjp&feW tlje iret T$ems There is always a. market f tbresh- ri1 mntcft nml hflr.v l.t no cron thnt Is nntlnr r nrmli- it rt till r.-in!rtr: whlcH confront kmft rnHm fnriMAr I IT ABILENE PRIST1XG COMPASS Vatch ho raar:;t rmobUlon pnblUh-ltBO boll weevil the pcsl Is hero and iozz28 North second street. . . j".irii iv- - - on in mis paper irony iwmi in it bhuhk wny vyo cannot at- .... Iford to quit cotton bcanseof the wco- Moonshiner's and bootlegger vevh W must loomto beat Mr. Wee- Entered as Second-Class Mall at Abi lene Tyaa Octobir 14 1903. SUBSCRIPTION RAMS. One Year '(In adrance)... .JlaOO fix Months tin advance)... ..... .60 pubscribers falling to receipt their After rceulariy will comer a iavor t9B thd management by reporting the Mme to the business office. Phono 67 TELEPHONES: about an low down as men could well got Eyery tlmo n guilty party gets a heavy sentence wo arq pleased IAko swearing ...

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 — 29 October 1915

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. paoi nvi WeSell at What Others Pay for Their Goods A $35000 Dry Goods Stock The Quality the Style and the Prices Appoal to Everyone. . - 8 s The Price is ut on Every Item ' ' ? v. ;t t Stylish The Price is Cut on Staples Se liloacli Domestic .-. 6 1.46 1& PlelHjiciitHi lMmHljii-vw-8.1.)3c-7c riiblgyi'lii'tl Domestic ..-..--0c 8 l-:i Tfiil)U'neltcil DomesUe 6 l2c ti5 1-LV IVrailos for ...9c . ()e Outings for .:. ..-..' -8c 12 J-'Ji OuUutf fui . COc IQe Csinton Plnmiul .. l..7te& 11 Ula Canton Fliiiim'l !iic ' li 1-2i l)ns (iiuglitnn -. -1- 59q; 10c Dross (fiiiKliiun A A.w.7 i-tyi y s '.W ' $10000.00 shoestock- less than - factory cost. The Price is Cut on Coat SU - -. i -.. $9.75v jJC5(5 f 14.00 harfit-s Siiitt .. lJiOLnclifis Suite $ao.PU litiilira .$2150 liadi.-s fctt.00 Ltttlii-s iJT.iO I.ndis HSWUHI I.ii.li.'s .tU2.."iO Ladies $7.30 Jjiuli'-s $in.n iinii ijy.i.UO Lai lie $10000.00 SHOE SPCK LESS THAN JTORY COST. suits .. wesrr. .$14.00 ...

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 — 29 October 1915

TH1 ABILENE REPORTER. ABILENE. TEXAM i4 s MAKE YOUR DOLLARS CO l IH Buy Your Fall Bill From The Schultz Dry Goods Co. PAOBfTX. - i .. . Wfc carry at all times a large slock of Desirable Dependable and Quick Selling Merchandise keeping pace with Fashion's demands thus assuring our customers selections from the latest ideas as they arc brought out. fl You are cordially invited to vteJHhis store artel nrficipate in thplTuying of the many items we have marked at special prices for quick selling. r - t DRESS GOODS New shipments of pretty silkR.Mcssaltnos and fnncy wnislings in nil tlin wauled colof?. Visit this department nml sr tlie new linus now on display. An nil-wool 0.irlinri1inp 44 ineli width lit all the wanted eolors per ynrd -SI 75 36-inch Wool Dress Hoods in n eomplete ft sortimuit in pretty novelty mid staple eolftrs the price range is 40c 50c and 05d Shepherd Cheeks n very pretty assortment to select from in both wool nnd cotton mate- rhR the price range is 12 1 -2c '20c : Cu...

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 — 2 November 1915

V$ "TWrf - s-w vn t 2l)c SSSSSSSSSS SSBSSSSSBS SBgggg! i BsBBggggBBBBBttBgttBaBaBBaaMMaeaMMMBaaaMIMgi j I II I H I r i ' "- . VOLUME xxxni. ABftENE TEXAS TCESRAY NttYEXBER 2 i15. xurri m f &bilen F AMU INES TOCQMETOABILENE YVOKLR.FAMED KERB FILLER AND MME. VANDER'VEBR HEME NOVEMBER 16. at it siiims ! Through lrfcwilHiIp of Rrrd Milkr nnd Prof. Anderson of Simmons II Trent Is Arranged for Abilene. Abtlcno music lovero will receive tlio most pleasant surprise of their Hvcb with the ntinmmccmont Unit ltccd Miller world'fnmod- tenor rind Mme. Nevada VamJor Vetir noted Dutch contralto nrp rnmln'-; hero Bnd will ftlng nt the Slmmona College Au dltoritim on the eviiilng of Wednesday November 10. ' Possessing- a r-'ch tuneful tenor voice that knows but one "rival in nil America John McCormcck Reed Miller Is n swrct sinker who is as widely known as nny singer of Iho world. Ills wife Madamo Vnmlcr Veor is equally ns well known and has cj voice thnt lirts been heard by hundreds of thousand...

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 — 2 November 1915

A rk9MT9 The Comptrollers Report Proves That tht Ct ifMMM Hi tht Intl Iptritai tMk it With SMt taking listitifiiiis. mtT bj th pM. toUl of deposits. On J&w 39th kurt tkere wm mi ditefi in State banking inti iuikmt 12000 miUkwn fatHUoHl banks 6000 mil- Hom or 1-3 Uw total. SECOND by th ptreente of incree. During tfce last dm4i tb ikpoflHs in State banks gained 115 per cent against a gain of 103 per cent in the deposits of Katie! Banks TIE KEAIM FOI THE CORFIIENCE that "bas " jwssibk the remarkable growth of Texas Stale Bs is there is PROTECTION baek of tbed wflkk is in addition to their strength as in- dividual corporations. First State r Bank m Tht Qirty Fnr. Ink B9BB ftlTOftTNL ABTLlirS. TXA. Tf v Vr JsPfc XVfvHn' vHik IWSJH " t HiVflMl 'Out aM Cttesiftui m FowHeen&t. street mm tffenty-eertR pec tree m ate place that hare yleldedjIm twelve hila of pecans thlryetv From mtrtJL wrtt Mr. 1 1 Mitt htmnAA w Mh qfljee'4Rert afo no ftvlr pcas' raWed anywhere f Fear Acres In Amm. Dr...

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 — 2 November 1915

it J ? '. :i i !. A rtr - Ms'ftk1tl ' tfcMMftmaMMbfeiM ii iiimii in V.in fr f'M.ii 'lin i 'Si jf flAlM g j-rfjiLaat a .&. j AaA -fajj. a .L. 4 Stocks tearnV 'euoTce&.'M.OTe SaVeseovVe "Notd SUs 2oneT "Pncea MdttiUL f . After breaking all previous Selling Records in October just closed we are after new high lp - rdcords for November. We are our own competitors in a sense striving each month to sur- $ pass all previous efforts. We are prepared in every way to handle 'the greatest- volume-in November we have overbad prepared in every dptail to supply the discriminating buyers in vj ' rf (i Abilene and Central West Texas with the very best' and most stylish dependable inrechahdisc at i New goods econ6mjcalIy bought have been literally pouring into our three big sales rooms filling up the gaps made in our stocks by the heav j October selling! November shoppers' will 111 lAuMKWKf'f y&i&M n'YSJ II ffl 111 tfbVBvBBr vBBEflSu ' Xt4lhMrf &J&V. -iSSKiW Pl 1 PMlEltmft f ...

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 — 2 November 1915

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