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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 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
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 November 1915

. THE ABILW DAILY ftEMftTML A w '.hi imLK v 'i ' f t.'u i j1 immi MttMiateiala ivn'ii- -cm rin n mwi Better Service to Our Depositors IV .4 ti t) V 1 it ( V l'- per N Mi rv tf 1 X I f fttaBBBBBBBBV Wbbbbbbbbbbbbbi' f . .. ft... ' fit MM hi 31? 15s: t3 altli ri- aA" 14O0-00- IjOO- ft KM S flTIH ii .09 so i4j.7t-i Soeo-oao me 10 14040' " " . 100- 4oo 900 J0 40 Kit: oo- JI4S 411 ijooo I4S- 13900- oo- 500 i4og J0 41000 4IOI tooo-j tOob 3O0 sooo 000J flD-l oo6J . S90 JOOl 40 lifoo 10000 T4400 4tSO0 soooo 4000 70000 14000 jooob 3100 T0O0 40000 11000 1000 0 4000 t3.T5 11900 1 0009 This brik has lWaya ttfetf to gSye ybtf good service. Jt Tim larfcguartied your fuml It has collected thfr cash represented by the ckccks poti. .tMwi (kitted It has de- livered the cash ordered mid br ihtsimtiks vou Havo issiied even furnished yol the check Tbjmg. It has rettlrncd your ace 1 .cancelled check transactions Now we Instead deposits) to your sta you at thoi day in The to of 7 This ne&liy jwintd Bu...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 November 1915

Stye ttlene-'0em;i4UjeeU8 tyP& a VOLUME xxm. ABILENE TEXA8 TUESDAY NOVEMBER "23 1915. sumher m. HUUEn WILSON WES 200 MILE AUTO RIDE J1E WITH MRS. OALT AND MOTHER GET WARM WELCOMES. 1IEH GO TO POINT LOOKOUT 1. Population Along tho Way OItc Pre- Ittcnt Enthusiastic Recreation Party TaUS Lunch By RoailxMc. By Tho Associated Projs WASHINGTON Nov 20. President Wilson .Mrs. Norman Gait and Mrs. Gait's mother Mrs. W. N. Dolling took a 200-milo automobile rido today to Point Lookout Md. on tho Chesapeake Day. As tho party passed through Tlidgo Mr. they were greeted by a farmor band and the entire population who greeted tho party by tho waving ot American flags. Tho band was composed of threo Americans n bass drum and two horns being the Instru- ments used. "America" was played to greet tho party. President Wilson waved his hat nnd saluted tho crowd. At ono of tho towns through which tho party passed tho president got an Informal reception by an elderly man who said: "You aro tho first p...

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 — 23 November 1915

PAOMtWd THI ABILlIf 1 aSPOKTSR ABIL1H B TEXAS i K I--1 Statement of the Conditio of The Ffrst Sfat Bank at the Close of Btfsine$s November 10 1Q13 RESOURCES Ians . . . .$393645.42 Over Drafts : NONE Furniture and Fixtures 5665.10 Real Estate . . . . 8176.70 Interest in Guaranty Fund 2626.21 Stocks and Securities ......... 1850.00 Cash and Sight Exchange 158869.65 I- ! 570833.08 LIABILITIES Capital .$100000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 24281.50 Bills Payable. .:...; . 30000.00 Deposits ....; n 416551.58 570833.08 Guaranty Trust Co. - ! Resources .Stocks and Securities S 56.821.06 I Loans 33516.81 Real Estate ... X. 16020.85 SIHfi 35R 79 J X VWWtl-.. . Liabilities ' Capital Stock . . . L .. . v $100000.00 Undivided Profits J. .v 5645.19 Due to Banks U ...... 713.53 ' $106358.72 OFFICERS OF BOTH INSTITUTIONS. E. B. BYNUM President OSCAR PARKER . . Active Vice-Pyesident W. H. FREE Cashier E. C. HONEYCU1 Assistant Cashier Directors of Both Institutions. J. H. Couch V. J. Fulwiler C. ...

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 — 23 November 1915

MS 1 AH "DaVV Ti 5as ?fy&i&V& awd S)vss& KM I Keeping stopks in every department up to a high standard of completeness. November buyers arc finding not only the very t best values obtainable at this store but the newest styles and latest novelties in complete assortments A careful investiga- tion will convince you that your cash will buy more and better merchandise at this store. THJB ABILlftlTRIFOlLTlX ABILlIfl T1XAI - - - - t 1 J- Vve. T&tol SVwrpvw$T?acfc 5ov "Mw u TftvvWrs a&j&$ lU&-.Q"lDca.T l)tv&Tmitit CafjiitU Vitt SeWfor t Mux Because wo handlo only standard lines selected with careful attention to both style and' value and because wo show larger and more complete stocks. All the new patterns in worstcd.cheviots and serEes. Checks are specially popular-cv-ery garment carefully tailored and trimmed stouts slims stubs and regular. Prices $7.50 $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 $17.50 $20.00 up to -. ?25 OO Handsome new style Overcoats $7.50 up to . $25 O...

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 — 23 November 1915

8 I Drummer's Sample Garment Sale at Less Than V i - B- . A Z - 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR aBPgt'.ij in1 " gJnjtlT'Ww X'AlBffi'iM lilnmmi V J1H wMag frifrt'i 5va. ... w-7': 7r" :" 'i .J T ' - "' ' " . 3E w BIG STOCK of high-class wearing appHnrt for met women and children must be turned into cash and quickly. Never before in the history of mer- chandisitfg Was high-class and high-character merchandise sacrificed upon such a tremendous scale. We have plunged the big price cutting knife to the handle. Unquestionably this Wonderful sale will attract hundreds of shrewd buyers especially will prudent women come here for Skirts presses and tailored suits will go for a' song; THE SACRIFICE IS APPALpG WE MUST HAVE CASH. Eastern manufacturers have sold their Samples to us for less than 50 Cfehts on the. dollar AnaVfreople Texas greatest value givers. "Hie conquerors df si may doubt our word but you cannot ckxibt the evi and ttflit every Uargaiti we hite advertised Is here opportunity lasts. ; ff...

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 — 23 November 1915

mM.mn.mmm mSBSBSm aaMflatalaVaWMBMKflMaw ttja --Mi----tM-MHMMMMMMMaMl-MiM on Ladies and Misses Coats and Coat Suits DON'T FAIL TO SBE THBsW GARMBJfm. We caw at all tit a large stock of dewntblt dependable and quick selling: Merchandise kecfn Wc with Fashion's demands thus xmurinw oar ci selections from the latest ideas as they ar brou ht Ufc New shipments of Silk and Wool Dress Goods Purses Belts Collar Buttons Fur TfimiaJnrs. tHjm cordially invited to visit this store and participate in the buying of the maity'itepM w ehave nfarked at Special Price far Qmkk Selling;. Sale S - . LjJ Jl1. .. . .. j . . ... . . . .. 1 t l Salm on Mmn's Overcoat Wc are now foatnriug our entire stock o Overcoats at reduce prices. Viflit this department and note the saving. Our $15.00 grade 1 JftL 96 Our $13.50 grade .... L.f 9$ ONE SPECIAL LOT of assorted cplors full 0(Mn. length a yet? heavy and serviceable cloth ; Our Special price . SfJ 96 Staple Department Ladies and Misses v "'' Underwear OUTIKGS A...

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 — 23 November 1915

PAOISIX xAU ABaiHK yjtf.G-tTUt ABn.SK. xXAI i; . T NX Sm HimeBBlBBHHMMBHmOTVMMaMr-MHMiMMPMHMHMWiHqHilHBEBriipMaMaBHMW . m. - J J m r .an aBwaaaajBaBaaeaaBi 5TJi si JE3E9MI bb"b "aw - KA OUR FIRST Thanksgiving Sale Establishing this Annual Sale With Splendid Values In establishing this Annual Thanksgiving Sale wt offtr choice Mer chandiw at lower prices. Every item offered for sale in this store represents a new purchase for this season. OUlt THAOTMGIVIlf G. SALE IS WORTHY OF YOUR CONSIDERATION ON ACCOUNT OF VALUES GIVEN. Choice of Stock of Ladies' Hajs 1-3 Off. Thanksgiving sale of Millinery includes our entire stock of-Pattern Hats Hats from our own workroom Untrimmcd shapes feathers etc. choice of hats ONE- THIRD OFF. Thanksgiving Sale of Table Linens. New patterns and best quality of Tablo Linens offered in this sale 70-in. Table Linen regular 6oc and Too values; on sale 50 $100 quality 72-in.jil pure Linen Tablo Cloth on sale ..i 85J $1.25 value full width Table Linen plain and ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 November 1915

i IB1 w; w r7 'G i- &. AX i 1 a E3 THANKSGIVING OUR NATIONAL THANKSGIVING DAY AT HAND A Turkey and a Pumpkin Pie. Go a long way towards making one feel thankful but it takes our good Footwear to complete the sensation. UTake a look at our windows for the new ones. YAGER SHOE COMPANY FINE TAILORING Jfe. 8 dS5g Scott - Pender Co. S lflL Altering-Hattets. " "" -pwHS ' opeciai atiennon given 10 vjls viap aas ' Ladies' work. Work call- H (Sw V ed for and Delivered. "JflL iBTJ' ts ' i te WHAT IS . THANKSGIVING WITHOUT A TURKEY. ' Granberriesand Fruit Cake? These can be had by ' Calling 77. '' f HALE SONS and KEEN. T'i ; Have your Thanksgiving Tailor work done where it will be done right OTHO BARBOUR &Co. "AMlene'i Best E&itters Tailors" TURKEYS From 8 to 20 Pound Fat and Fine. All the Triramioffi S. R. THOMAS & COMPANY "Phones 814 45G 815 A Happy Thanksgiving for Everybody Allolidny stock tlint is first in vurlety and quality nntt fairest in l)Hce. Out beautiful display of...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 November 1915

TMABILBNg MfOKTBR ABIHWB TKXA1 BseMsaasss3SteajsassHsa . i '4 j i Hi fa! I .' &Av U I J V ' ?llM ft Jte'Ji $- If ft I jUini JOSEPH HILLSTROM IS PUT TO DEATH BY FIRING SQUAD FRIDAY His Case Had. Brought Efforts at Intctces- . sion by President Wilson Swedish Min- ister and the Ameri- can Federatiosof Labor. COST OF PRODUCING Br Tre As(iclMd Press "SALT LAKE CITY Not. 11-JfUeph HilMrnm condemacd ainr4ror trhcsc cao attracted attention threughoat the coaatrjt and aremptcd Intercession by rrcsMcat Wnsen the BUTIERFAT ON AM Extra Values in Overcoats at $15.00 and $20.00 At these prices wc are qffering values uuequalcd in fine Overcoats. In style in mnterinld in tailoring they equal the work of the hest tailors. You. can't ask for anything good in Overcoats that wo can't show you. They're all hero. Ever)' .garment sold you is backed by a guarauteo of money returned if you are not satisfied. 1UITS AND OVXKOOATS $15 and $20. GunrfeOt CREAMERT MAN GIVES FIGURES SHOWING TOST OF PRODUC- TI...

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 — 26 November 1915

I JP VOLUME xxni. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDIY OVKMBKR 1815. KUMBKR 398 SERBIAN ARMY TO EFFECT WITH FRENCH IK A BOLD DRIVE .. . . BALKAK STATUS 1 V CENTRAL POWERS' ARMIES HAVE ENTERED PLACE WHERE THE SERBS MAKE LAST STAND. KING PETER. TO CETTIHJE Will Rule His Country From the Mon tenegrln Capital Having Accept- ed Invitation to that Effect Wednesday. . Ily Special Leased Wlro. LONDON Nov. 24 In the Balkans especially ns far ns tin' Serbian army q concerned the Bituntiou haB grown graver. Austro-Gcrmnn und Bulgarian 'oons fn three columns llaVo ontored tho Koffovo plain whero the Serbians were expected to mnlto their last stand and have occupied Mltrovltaa tho lntcst Serbian capital ns well as l Prlstinn and at one point at least have driven tho Serbians across Sttctnsn river which runs through the vnlloy. The Serbians In the southwest con- tinue to hold back tho Invaders as do tho Anglo-French In tho southeast. The Russians ore reported to havo prepared an army of 350000 for op- erations I...

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 November 1915

K.-phr" Moiriro i IP i i -h m m I &fflF v PPHqg mmmmimmmm THE MAMMY TII$T COMPANY isikAv in position to handle all desir- able farm mortgages and cattle loans. The Company also performs all trust functions and solicits your business. THE FIRST STATE BANK does a general commercial business under the protection of the Deposi- tors Guaranty Fund and tarries a Savings Department where interest is paid at four per cent compounded quarterly. Purmmal Local Household rj5K863flt8 Dr. S. R. Calcs had rcturtodtfrom a professional vlsll to Roby art 6lher points. 1 V T. Emmons has goneto Robcoq where ho will spend Thanksgiving with friends C1TX MIWS BJUEFS. A were fined $5 and cost totaling Is In all. One negro woman pleated guilty to drunkenness and was fined 5 and cost amounting to ?3. 1 ? Hred Ma TJsRs". 1. W. Hughes traveling freight agent for tho Rbscfee. Snyder & Pa- cific railroad with headquarters at Koscoe was- a vlsltof In Ablleno Tues- day In the Interest of tho road. Ho Is a ...

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 November 1915

I THE ABILENE kEPORTER ABILENE TE3 PAOR iiiASB XS1 -ii i ' . .i m 11 i . wW MM. mr t mJL C A FARM NEWS This department will bo devoted to news pertaining to the farm and to matters of special Interest to farm- era. We Invite and will appreciate at all times articles from any farmer living In this part of Tecas on M any subject he may choose to discuss that will Incerasc thi products of the farms of Central Xteit Tevaa From a modest beginning we hope to develop the department Into ono of tho most reliable source of In- formation and communication between the farmers of this country. We want your help. mi H nm in BOLL WEEVILS BRING PROBLEM Temple Telegram There is complaint over the coun- B HEMS BF FOTOSI; GOOD mill IS REEDED OVALO SCHOOL IS one Special to The Reporter. 'P0T08L TeX.. Nor. 24. Thi school try relative to the boll weevil. In Is moving along nicely under the man- some sections It cut short what prom flgement bf Prof. Cooper and Miss Ised to be a record breaking top crop M...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 26 November 1915

fWl BpMnmt Aitiitn ysxaa MCSB M-IEEEKLT REPORTER IT AM&tKlC MMKTW CwMTAJfT. M0-M North Seerad Street. Jaists m sfetfwd-CIass Mall at Ahi- b T'exw. Octofcer 14 1W1 $UBSKiriION JCATIS. Tr Ita advance)... ..$I0 Mx JHolJn( (hi advance)...... .SO abecrlbcrs falling to receive their paper regularly 'will confer a favor fcfOB the miigeaeBt Dy reporting uie Kite te tM bnee onice. jtbobu e KSSBkks: Justness and Circulation .... 87 iMtnrial Office .........'' 8t9 Sectetr 1097 or M (Ah? erroneous rcflccUoa upon the character Handing or repstatkm of ans person firm or corporation -which nay afcar la the colufflaa c The Reporter will be gladly corrected upon Ha being brought to the attention of the firm). . j FKIRAY NOVEMBER M Jslw GOVERNOR SEES CArtrlANZA Governor Ferguson nlet deneral Car- rahxa at Laredo Tuesday and addition- al plans were made ldoklng to better border protection for thd people who have Invested their earnings along the Mo Grande. It is to bo hoped that some plan was foun...

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 — 26 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
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 26 November 1915

xrtt ABltllfB . &!m cgsBsmmmmnBmmnns3nmmmmmmngei i in !' i J JJfe Sea-Wolf By JACK LONDON r (CeaUnned from pake .) VVMVWNMWWVMWWMAAAM tin. It In A tees nnreal bow that 1 leek back wn H. It will always be to me a maMreMi inconceivable thing I MfipMl IWtt refill y IR jBjt wbIIK. toward the galley. "Johnasen call all hands. How thai we've everything cleaned up we'll hate 'the fwieral and get the decks clears of useless lumber." White Jonnnaen was stfmmonias; the watch betow a couple of sailors ander the captain's direction laid the can raa-awathed corpse upon a hatch-cover. Or ekher aide the deck against the rail and bottoms hr were lashed a number of small boats. Several men picked up the hetoh-cover with Its ghastly freight carried H to the lee side and rested It on the boats the J feet pointing overboard. To the feet was attached the sack of coal which ; the cook had fetched. I Wolf Larsen stepped up to the hatch-cover and all caps case off. I J ran My eyea over them twenty men ...

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 — 30 November 1915

Uhc bim& ttjeyxrrtjer f - vottJMJR xxin. ABtLEXE. TEXAS TB?8BYYOYEMBER 30 ISIS. . snrwc COLLEBE ORDERS ELECT OFFICERS SERBIAN FORCES ALMOST CUE OFB I0E THhORY TEXAS TfACHERS ADJOUftll KIEETIN6 II. S. SOEDIERS NEUTRALS HUNG 6REECE STILL ' WORRIES ALLIES IS ABAHDOHED ORDERED ON DUTY UP FOR PEACE MEET & & ARMY SOON hE ORflAXIZATIOXpS PM1LO AXB FMILA COXFEDE1U. TI0X8 CLOSEtf AXXUAI. COX- VEXTIOX8 SATURDAY. MCE .VXD COUXTY OFFICERS OFFICERS ARK ELECTED FOR THE EXSOX YEAR AT COR. ruii CMEISTI. FUXSTOX PLACES SoTM REGIMEXT 2 C0UXTRIE8 ALREABY COXSIBER IXG MEAXS AXB AXB S OTHERS WILL JO IX. BILATORY TACTICS ARE CAFME 9f YUIHUIT COUNTRY UXLE8S FRENCH AW. HAVE VLVB IX MRS. PERRY'S DEATH. AT PLACE WHERE FRIDAY'S FIGHT TOOK PLACE. NUMK ITSEASIXESS IX I.OXM.X. ' Sctm-lUechln 11 ' ...i n..Mi Snft SIIIC . LAST EVENING A Very BfRMent Affair At Lcgott Rente 'WM Closing Feature n Twb Meat Successful Con- ventions Tho convention of the Texan Phllo Confederation and tlio Texas Phlla Confede...

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 — 30 November 1915

f -" - r u i .flWafJiS. Unii TNE MAIARTT TMST COMPAIY is now in posltiqn to handle ail desir- able 4 farm mortgages and cattle loans. The Company also performs all trust functions and solicits your business. THE FIRST STATE BANK v. does a general commercial business under the protection of the Deposi- tors Guaranty Fund and carries a Savings Department where interest is paid at four jr cent compounded quarterly. . Service in Both fm mm SEVERAL DEATHS III A CYCLONE OXE -KNOWN' :ii'-D AT lIUUSTOy AA'P CONSIDEKAI'tiE 1'ltOPElU Tl" DAMACK IIOXE. THREE DEADATHOTSPRWBS 4i Passemrs t Trala Arrhinfr at Lit- tle. Keck KriHff Report ef Tcr- rHIc Cyclone la Arkansas CKy TkHrsday. By Siv!l Leased Wire. HOUSTON' Texas. Nov. 25. One dead many Injured soma seriously oihora slightly twelvo houses blown down sheds destroyed and a number of narrow escapes was tho toll of a furious squall which struck Houston Ibursday afternoon1 at G:JD o'clock. No estimate of tho damage could bo made as tha reports w...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 November 1915

TOMWtE WOMB ABIUKK. TUXAf paoi it jam MRtf . Gi twt qo Yq Woe V WnAftti?w 0 iw tmA I wv v-iv cw vivvo www cwv Vrvviivut lvvyj mmw i i vjjo stJSz '-pj &" V We have just received a large and varied assortment of newest models in ladies suits and coats bought much below regular Value. They are season close outs from one of our best New York Suit houses every garment perfectly tailored in newctt styles. New colorings in popular materials trimmed with fur and other new trimmings. IMPORTANT OFFERINGS INFINE SUITS THAT YOU SHOULD SEE AT ONCE Quite a number of pur regular stock suits will be included in this sale. The values will cause record sales in our suit section this week Without a doubt. COME JSAltLY AND GET BEST SELECTIONS. .HIV fHHVJ 'aanmwY fKlf .annmamr aaVmannnnmamT iJm W v V aa .. 9T i . m..BB " - L It .1 mam. -r ir "v 1 1 ' -7 Y I L0T 2Tt "JT J0 Buits' G)tl stylejiininr I I I I prod colcwrt I ff 1 ! only -J5f!f--aJp-. 1'jLT h ' 1 I .OT 3-Jsl6oTit 40 r l . yvd I I I lVT Knu...

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 — 30 November 1915

. I fit eWBannnsannnnn9nBanMnnnsnnln '' " ' III . - . --L Socio Utob Chmrch Affair As Amm irMmrfli If Ma rmmmtOmWawlM "" -" J i Train I AM . fey Lwtfee Marera Wi)Hh And fttente and mm and play W once dfotnrbtng at. J hope when" I mr old The any sweet mat WW I never henttate m JTe mm te BM And afc aont the things lie fate wenld understand. I hope when I antetd ' 'i he youngest mother (rail and weak Will want to send for n -To visit with her quietly And talk of things That make her strength return. - I hope when I am H That other folks A sold as I Keeotttttlng? with precIoxW days Long past "Will feel they're Ht a preknlo to the I hope when ImM To be so touch tst "lave Wkh Nature' skies and rdn .and tnM. . . &: And fiT t flw'x That 1 wl Mvr spend A lonely r-wfcen J ant eW. o oc irv oiu f aB UM ImIm Will hM its as 9Wt aeecpelon at .'the fcM et Mrs. ef L. Piurte. Third and Mftekory .am Sintojneiir . The aneeclaU and haemrnxy asenbers 'will be hostesses. All Vio wptnnn of the' chardi ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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