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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 December 1915

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAi BIBLE FOR EVERYON $5.00 ILLUS Wf Complimentary Presentatio ISH ABRAHAM LINCOLN said: "No li- brary is complete without two certain books rthc Bityle and Shakespeare. Hardly a quotation is used in literature that is not taken from one of these books." wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKammmmmmmmmmmmmm Every home needs a Bible and one of convenient foriii. To appreciate this great book it doefc not necessarily mean that one must be a church member or a religious man or wgniafi but it should be available forcv- crv one and often referred to and often read here and there as the most interesting of all books as the book Under the teachings of which the wonderful developments of civilization has been accomplished. It mat- ters not how manv Bibles vou mav how have you will also need this lllus- luslraled Bible which illuminates i. e.'throws light upon" the parti- cular text selected for illustration and is beyond doubt the most beautiful-edition of the Bible ever publis...

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 — 17 December 1915

"WITI THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. jy37Tr t ENTENTES HOW ANOTHER BANDIT 0. S. NOTE TO AUSTRIA FIRM DELIVERY SYSTEM EOR CREAM BEGUN ELECTION ON TICK SET FOR SATURDAY 'OUT OF SERBIA SCHEME IS KETKEAt IS CONDUCTED IN AN OKHEKLT XANNHR WITH NO MRAYY LOSSES. PRIVATE ADVICES (30 FRO HON TEHEV T() AMERICAN HOR- DEIl AI'TIIORITIKS. DENOUNCEMENT OF ANCONA ACT ND INDEMNITY FOR AMERI- 3QVW 3S j.snw SNVO niKlMERY COMPANY INAI'IJI. EVERY VOTER fS I'RGEI) TO REG. ISTER HIS VOTE IN THIS ELECTION. KITE AIIO LINKS T' M'l.- I.RIT IilTTERf IT. PAGE SIX FORMED pi 'K -K1 y r M n w I . ! I- If y u GREECE STILL BIG PROBLEM PfatmWe Tht AlBes Will Retire .Hntonlkl an Oct Under the Pro- IccIIoh of the Ghhb of Ships. to By- Special Leased -Wire. LON'DOtt Dcd. I3.t-10:25 P. The British and French troops hSyo s hlye successfully carried out their retire- ment from Serbia and by an agree- ment 'With the Greek) government a clear road had been left to fall back tin Salonlkl which is being organized as a ba...

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 — 17 December 1915

) 3PH1 A$ILEHB REPORTER ABiLENE.inJXAi s7y fet lrm ffl?&& 1 'w r frf a f Cliriyiybiorii A umuu tffc mAMGpeB0af ud' . S PAQESEVKH" -' . ' F H . - . . t. . ij'iBUiiiM I R ! ifffi M2 J t sJ fP Wi sf -.r j " . j -.7i ; '&vxiYiLirryimvr-fefmjj& ami jhlw. .zmsam .. whs; i ?fi Jli ri.iPmn m-ttmm&.yfr ' iH ?:var p0MM?rM v w& : KF?iCbrm r . mim WtfmMRWi9mz&i Vxf&r : 'Hr' J cmr jmswstm' tmtoBP jm . Cnjrriihl1315.by Arocr.cn Pr ei Ae. ciition. HE bead nurse thinking she 1 1 en nl some one nobbing utilised abruptly In the snowy path In front of the In- Ilrninry. Dafk- Hess reigned ox- . cept fcjf the twin- kiln? lights in the bathrooms Of the low open bund Injrs whkl tmuitavlttui' liijiiLstltuted ened. vi'ltc (iv i. Itf r.t.lTW..? led the UleatHcld he listened ind seemed to come from the 111.- viiiiiiivii icfatens luu cniiiireii.a kiiiick mm .T ". she turned liefatcps hurriedly In Mint d.ret-tloii " ij&lVkVfttdllleV si m - . ' T-- r .' . JT . . . "i." 4 'ome ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 December 1915

PAJE EIGHT. THE ABILENE KgPgRTElt ABILENE TEXAS. 1 ?- t fc: I M w m . r. Illl f II ' snse Sea-Wolf By lACt LONDON In n I (Continued from last Friday) Your In fU Dojy nbvrsJl to be "bver-j ilpyn fifavsiilt of ' lojJFof appetite i PiVk DIGESTION Active liver raBTIPATED BOWELS MjSTETTER'S jfStiaiacTi Bitters I may clp correct- such condi- ' tions nd improve your general g health. LEGE PIESIDHT SPEARS .Sunday night Iter. J. L. McKcc b. IX president of Falrcraont College and Conservatory of MUslc at Vcath- offord delivered a strong address on ''Christian Education and Its In- fluence on Modern Civilization" at tht Central Presbyterian church. Dr. Jlc- Kce called attention to the character of Immigration to the United States .sure to follow tho closo of the Euro- pean war the great necessity of con- serving the moral and spiritual forcco c America through the schools and colleges or tho country. Tho Influence of motherhood upon tho lives and characters of men and women 'was stressed. He a...

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 — 21 December 1915

-A-A- l)e gtbtletue fetmtoedilij ffitpovltt c volume xxni; UHLENE TEXAS ItKSllAY DECEMBER 51 191.. M MBKB 1(V If IKS HIS IN MEXIHI NOW AS HOPELESS r-e m nu A GIN NATION-WIDE CONSPIRACY TO BLOW UP Arrest of Koenig and Leyendecker Alleged To Have Given Feder- al Officers Clues For Wholesale Arrests In the Nation. By Tho Associated PreBs. NEW YORK Dec. 18. With the ar- raignment of Paul Koenlg Bald to bo tho head of the German Hccret sorvlco In this country and Richard Krall Leyondecker a Nov York art guoda dealer on a charge of conspiring to blow up WcIIand canal federal offi core asserted that tho)' have clues of a country-wide conspiracy to blow up munition plants which nan already resulted on tho loss of many lives and tho destruction of many millions or dollars of property Important evidence regarding Koonlg's nctlvltlos Is understood to havo been obtained from Frodcrlck Metzlor.'who was arrested in connec- tion with Koenlg and Leyendecker Motzlcr also was omployod by the Hamburg-...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 December 1915

ii PA8I TWO .'.....M n. w Resdvetofill DMeOLinfiiJ20filU i .ftdravosance Turn over a new leaf make up your mind to savop-conserva-. tion pays in the Jong runthe savings man succeeds while the extravagant man fails. A full hank account should bo your ambition for th new year an account in this bank where 5oti are unsurud that your money is safe where courtesy reigns supromo--whcrevfiuan. cial advice is confidentially and gladly given. A dollar opens nil account in this bank investigate. The First State Bank ii4.fcii;fwocuaKranag4jyaittft uufMuuuKimaix :S.P. IMXHIIIATK FOB l. S. SENATOll JlKSId.NS AS 1.V1) OF H.V.Y- J.OB UMVUItSITV. V'ACO. Tex. Dec IS. Dr. S.' P.1 Br6oks for thirteen years president 'of Baylor University hero nnd'aA avowetf caauiuaiu ior united. siaicBrtitintuor. has .'resigned itoCordlhg 'to a fetter signed by him and addressed to Hon. Pa(-.M. Ncfr. clinlrman of tho board of trustees of tho university. i Dr. BrooHs recontiy reiterated his Intention to stay In the rac...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 December 1915

s ltt4r- THE ABILENE KEPORTKR ABILENE TEXAS REMAfflttBLESTORY lAHORNEYSABANDDN ABOUT A MnPKOffleSY MUM1 MACHINE STOLEN IX All. 1LESE FOtiN'tt AT FT. WORTU IB HOIKS liATEK. st AKnonoiuii axd oldiiax a- f'EI'T HEl'ORT OF SPECIAL AUDITOR OF BOOKS. Attorneys Dallas Scarborough and Aladdin the youthful rubber ot the lamp in the "Arabian Nights" Is n. m. Oliihnm ir ispi the fniinwtnw again on the job after a lapse of over statement Saturday: a thousand yearB during which time -To The Board of Commissioners ot the bones of the Caliph Harun-nl-Ila-l The City of Abilene: hid have turned to jdust and dlsap-."Gentlemen: peared. In other words It happened v0 have carefully gone over the tala way: 'report prepared by your auditor Mr. During the night ot Tuesday De- c. W. Roberts and we find that the cember 14 a thief broke into the of- net profits of the .telephone company flee of the I Simpson Lumber Com- for the 22 months amounted to $12- pany in ADiiene ana sioie a Dranu- 49100. The telephone...

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 — 21 December 1915

FtShl TttAWSMHE MFOHf Bit ABIL1WB TEXAS. Our Stocks arc Ready for the last five buying days before Christmas. With extra Salespeople we are ready to serve the crowds during" this week's shopping. New Shipments have completed broken stocks and selections made at this store will be the choice of all Christmas Gifts. iMTrA M ' J kill fcmW lllj H f 'H I WJ 1 1) filrt I. L i"v i LnoftE $a For this week we place a new shipment of Ladies9 and Misses Fur Sets on Sale Christmas Bargain Prices on Our Ladies' Silk Dresses Ooats and Coat Suits MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SALE! FANOYVESTS MAKE USEFUL GIFTS Knit vests with taped edge in groy priced . .?2 50 Velvet vests in rich colors of brown nud grey ?5 00 Men's Hose in $1.00 Oift Boxe3 4 Pair of Xortifleine Hsl6 hose assor- ted colors per box ...$ 00 2 1'air of Xotnseme pure silk hose in box -- $1 00 Men's hose in black and colors each 15 e to - 50 Notaacmo Hosiery in Xmas Boxen 4 Pair Lisle thread hose per box 51 ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 December 1915

TEEABH.1WE REPORTER ABILENB TEXAf SCOOP REPORTER By "HOP" Only Seven More Days Till Christmas 0 i V W Lsllisv. -- here fcubA ohi a?A ?2V I STS cSArVtt - ) "WANK Nol 6$te ii. V WtU- THAT ' V aV " J V HALPABUCKIS J I UJjAHCROSr ?3' L I l ---. )'Wtiw Wiw w.Bf Plenty of Money to Loan on good farm land at 8 per cent JL. McDAVID 1st State Bank Building: SXAS WO.NDKH. Ty Taa Woncier cures Aldnc i andlbiaiMcr trouoiea vweaK ana mrar leumaiiBm pnu an irrcBuinr ltt-b o tho kidneys and bJmsaer In bh men and "women Rcgulat bmddr troublesin cWWren If or boM f your drugghjill he eenl uihlin receipt opti.PO. Ono Broii botVws twojpfiitliV.trenttumH. a BCldoQyQSpfTTcit n euro Hi-i for iealuBuulaiB from this an o(l states Dr K. W. Hall 592. n Htrnnt Ht 1-W"T- '" TUSCOLA NEWS ITEMS STORIA For Infants and db.ild.ca ja Fir Over 30 Year? ll&. sZZZ jTa&sws tho star of iProiLrtlily one way to ncquiro winlom. (nit when It comes to making a fool of yourself you have your choice of a million different...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 December 1915

. - THE ABILENE kfePORTER ABILENE TEXAS. Pleasing Gifts for Men ristokiag Jackets tn new nnd hmufsomc prior 4 at $G.50 $7.50 $9.00 $10oq and patterns .812 50 Buth Belies with Slippers to match in attractive floral 'patte.rpfc and. broad stripes and plaids silk loops and fcuttoaa to match .0O $.50 $7.50 $8.50 $10.00 ami 1 - ?12 50 Bath Robta without slippers for $3.50 lo . ..?8 50 Pajamas Handsomely made and trlmtned pajamas in the popular materials at 85c $1.00 $125 $1.50 aadw - S2 00 lilk Shirti All the newest holiday patterns and popiu lar Bilks-42.50 $3.50 $4.00 $5.00 and .. ?0 50 Hand Bags and luit Cm In the popular leathers and the shapes that men like $5.00 $7.50 $9.00 $10.00 and 1 - S15 00 Manhattan Shirts A big holiday suipmrr just in. Nothing more practical or pleasing as a gift to a man than these good shirts $1.50. $2.00 and ....... .$2 50 Handkerchiefs Alwny a popular gift to men-folk. Reiser's Initial Handkerchiefs boxed pure linen put up half dozen in a box for $1 50 O...

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 — 24 December 1915

Wtyt Stttlene &mttfakelUg Rpjfltfrec VOLUME xxih. AMLKNK TEXAS FHI DAY I)K( 'EWtEK 24 IMS. ( M.wbkr tm. 1 .000.000 INCREASE IN ARMY IS GRANTED ALL-NIGHT SESSION HELD AND TOTAL BRITISH STRENGTH WILL BE BROUGHT UP TO 4000000 MEN NOW. TEUTS TRY TO INFLUENCE GREECE British Even Leavo Sick and Wounded When thoy Withdraw from Fart of Gallipoli Bad Weather Hampers Operations on Western Front 1200 Germans Taken Prisoners. By Associated Press. LONDON Deo. 22. After an all-night session tho House of Commons early today granted an increase of 1000000 mon in the British army bringing its strength on paper to 4000000 mon. The Teutons are reported to bo taking advantage of the moral effect of the British withdrawal from a part of tho Gallipoli penin- sula by attempting to again bring Grooco and Rumania to their tide. If tho reported capturo of Varna is correct Russia apparently is losing no timo in trying to forestall theso efforts of tho Toutons. Constantinople advices Btato that tho British...

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

v h ' l' H PA01 TWO Resdvctofill bideoilnaLedflGiiL jgvjjias5 - "r.VT. SL Turn over a new leaf make up your mind to save conserve- tion pays in the long run the savings man succeeds whilo.the extravagant man fails. IV full bank account should be your ambition 'for th now year nn account in this hank whore you arc assured that your money is safe where courtesy reigns supreme where finan- cial advice fs confidentially and gladly given. A dollar opens an account in this hank investigate. m First State ' Want Ads WHEN In tho market for any class of stockvr cattle see us beforo you buy. Cccll ChHdcrs or John Mdyor. Phono No. 757. 9-1'7-tf LOST Oao black Uelfcr cpmlng three year old branded II on left hip; last. Been south of Aulere. Will give $2.G0 for correct information ns to whero BUS F- c'""J"Bm" T&a LOST One heifer two or threo years old branded la2y "7" or lazy. "L" on left shoulder. Will pay for IntornirLvO .AnnniS . . iwl3t. r?t2i llL?r? BHIUl f f t V 4W w BJMB fc JMI chase. ...

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 — 24 December 1915

THE AMLFNF- REPOSTF.R ABIIFR TEXAS. 1A08 .n Here's Christmas Sense Orte of these new SLIP-ON OVERCOATS $15.00 TO S40.00 KAHN.TAILORED and COLLEGIAN riipre's nothing better Imilt nnil tailored strictly or f!ior who envp foe something illicit! oC th potiuium-phtrc kind. The "liito" of winter is in the nit Yon iirrd ono of iht- to kcofi off thp uhill. rmno KAHIiV while the "pifkmu is ttood." 6 CMEMi fiU TICK IS SWATTED EXPECT TO SEE GREAT IMPROVE. WENT IN HERDS OF TAYLOR COUNTY NOW. BRITISH LEAVE 2 GMJJPOll POINTS TURKEY IS III GOOD N TIO LARGENT'S SUCCESS CITED Judge Cunningham Says Success of C. M. Largent Has Demonstrated Value of High Grade Cattle. ! FOR "HIS" CHRISTMAS A Box of These MANHATTAN SHIRTS $1.50 to $3.00 the sliirt "Known ns tho lnst -The Host Known" All of tho new Autumn cloths and patterns rich in of feet anu serviceable in tho wear of vcrv shirt. Cattlemen of Taylor county are re- joicing over Hie outcome ot tho tick eradication election held Saturday In which incomp...

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 — 24 December 1915

TMl AJtHWB HP 1M AlKJnni TIXAS Tfin pAm Fwni I1W AltLIKE iMCWMKLY MPOME BY Aill-ENE PRINTING COMPANY 1022-102S North Second Street. NlMllJMMMMMrtwMMitwa mm mMMmmb MMMM Knlored as Second Class Mall at Abilene Texas. lit.. iii i ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year (In advance) i - M.wv Six Months (In ndvanre) .M TELEPHONES! Business and Circulation 67 KMItnrlnl Offlft A - . 829 Society - 1097 or 38 Rnharritiorn ffllllne to receive their paper regularly will confer a faVor upon the management by reporting the tame to the business office. 'Phone No. 67. damage from the weevil according to experts who have gained their knowledge of the weevil from experience. Another advantage in early planting iif this country would be getting away from the dry hot wfcathor that Usually comes in July and August If tun ninnt nintnnros f.nrlv niekmfr entilti lift tra ins on the timo that has always been the crit- ical period -here on account of dry weather or too much rain. To say the least the best thought of...

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 — 24 December 1915

rim mm ymt 6mit TM a mans kbpoxtsx Aiium tixai K S aiclUHTV WliMTl'ItK COMPANY. No firm or business conoorn in Ab-1 MMVAIIfi COMPANY. tM(l Ilj A f Irfl r TrAltJM 1 In tiw 1sjm ft irrnn a .iil.i . w4w4 "' wt v tti uitin i i v 1 1 1 t nn a i - . irratfif.it n ihnn.:i' Vi.: :'. "' l "II on ni street we wi tti;;.- '.:rJ niy.nno tcr prepared to handle llcno has enrroundlng nftttnlnn ilt. 11 - . V.WMIUI a iiiiii inn iia Carty Furniture Company The year P liult0 ttU 1815 h jo !. iJi. ... i.:n.il?l tnmers and hew ones nt ... ..r:"" "L"' '" l"1 i"ry to Bfo . ftirnn xiii -.i.ii - um wur rpwiii t fis factory ' more than old - of our business furniture business nnd wholesale bus nonblcd In tolu lo catry a grnd VSHOWtl JfW wvna a ' twnicn m JT cooifc UUII Ul II1V tyre Iinciudcsyelfrythlfi I ;rauofnrtiltujp. ailiuuf lmco t iiurfflMT thM tb I iiuindLaniUCurVsyskof r Iowrircjpnailcs Vrf to toJf oftn. thusVfrunii ' nr of Jf 1 c? jM(ffn I'lU'tjf'ospjno flh i nd m yKicr Jt irai't twin ivi woJAoJrclt n...

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 — 24 December 1915

Hg AlILBWB REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS . XvCTlIXJi S . )li ' FT. WORTH RAIL ROAD MAN OUT WITH FACTS v - U n -: -st JrJRVnR Mik "v I V?MT ". -xkK t4 ; rr MILKSfHOI.j I extend the and Now Year sind customers. sou in neeo o or gasoline in nnto service c plete mechanic Huuply your c greatly enioy New Year vv. v. sri I certainty crs for their III sLrofiCnrtstmns Sf'lLlJf thl. past year. accessories oil nd wggfea or i mof My cont- ip nn livery can .. .f May you uastldc an. Merry Christmas Year niid sollcl one's palrontii year. IKS. Fmy custom- Fronage during king you all a id Happy New ealh and every- lUrlnJf the. coming Lltl nd customers CITY MEjlT To our many frlcn Jn Abilcnq wo j Wishes foA CJT5tll Year. Vjnimvy cntrmc.xcellcnt trade dwink tMiftail0Ti. and ask that yuC gejLurUBn of our meat couitts dujmig Uff year 1916 We ue nllr-uy endeavored to se- ruro jtho Jp"re5r nnt choicest Btcakj roaBjvptlyind our deliveries havo alwn AgH prompt. A trial will convIim that we strive at nil times to j...

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 — 24 December 1915

V- THEAETLEWB BErORT-lt A-l-BUB T1XA SCOOP the m REPORUR By "HOP" Only Three Mbre Days Till Christmas VT 50RE S HAROTO BE "0 ) "7 yS " r . . IT tSMTTH' pyPENtflF 5CMP HASHrtSVED&' frW-M-LASTEARS GEE-IF r BOUGHT A cSS& "SI VSStSc'JIf B FOR.-6HE HASNT V 3T11U LOOKS WELL CHAIR.- SHE NEVER VttULD GET BV WITH NEARER PV irv?A J JT5 A CHANCE.- 0NHER--1 (xtf HER tWUSEVWRK DONE. A 5T0VE.- SPEEtJ - lufc" w . If! r if Plenty of Money to Loan on good farm land at 8. per cent J.'L. McDAVID 1st State Bank Building THE WIN ONE CAMPAIGN CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN - t t n.n.. . ... !.. UI. L U. VJIKW V" LUIOIUI OJlUIU V1U the above subject Sunday "And bb thy servant was busy hor and there ho was gone. And the Aim me king of Isratl said. So shall thy Judg- ment be: thou thyself hast decided It." livings 20-n The Hot Springs Church Efficiency Conference Inaugurated n five-fold in- croaos campaign covering tho K months closing Easter Sunday lOtC. Tho aim as adopted by tho Synod of Texas Is: Each Chri...

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 — 24 December 1915

PA SIGHT THE ABILBNS REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS gmli l. i SHSe Sea-Wolf fiy JACK LONDON n n Gntinue from last week) fixwsii CHAPTER 1 Humphrey Van Wey- den critic And dilettante Is thrown Into the water by the sinking of n ferryboat In n fog In 8on Francisco bay and becomes unconscious before Uolp reaches him. CHAPTER II On coming to his senses he finds himself aboard the sealing schooner 'Ghost Captain Wolf Larfien bound to Japan waters wit- Besses the death of the first mate and hears the captain curse the dead man tot presuming to die at tho beginning x ute voyage. CHAPTER III Tho captain refuses to pmt Humphrey ashore and makes him cabin boy "for the good of his soul." Humphrey sees the body of tho mate dumped into tho sea. CHAPTER IV Ho begins to learn potato peeling and dish washing un- der tho cockney Cook Mugrldgo Is caught by a hpavy sea shipped over the quarter as ho Is carrying tea aft add his knee Is soriousty hurt but no ono payB any attention to his in- J7. CHAPTER V Hump'...

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 — 31 December 1915

f SUttleni &mtHPieklg flprxrrt volume xxin. BILEXE TEX IS FK1 1)11 DFJ IMBFU 31 !!! gl)( :x NUMBER tBt. i I i t i; f -i U. CONDEMNS THE PACIFICISTS "MOVEMENT NICKED id niTii. ' outwards womi VT EXIST. i- "EXAMPLE OF n lie Declares ThN Nntlnn Show Fro (cctlon h Country iny erd Hcures Those of Forte Altogether. By Tho Aftflochfletl. Press. WASHINGTON Doe. 29.-fcx-I'rcm dent Theodore Roosevelt In a paper rend to tho American Sociological So ctcty today condemned tho pacificist movement as a wicked movement and sayu that "without the war there would havo been no United States " Tho paper cited several so-rnltel paclflcUt natlonB rhlef of which In China as showing futility of tho pol- icy Tho example- of Helium he said. Allows what protecton thi nation ma need. Tho use of force altogether condemned by Pome he said but this doctrine would preclude force used td prevent the rape of n man's wife or daughter nnd tiyikp tho maintenance of the police force wrong. RUSS OFFENSIVE IN BESSARAB...

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 — 31 December 1915

iipmdiwpwi'i (. - 'mm-- .." 55 . MlMM yftlMJ MlUgl f X - rJ'WIHItfll fr ' I FA$ftTWO STEPPING STONE TO HS SUGGESS m " "mi 1 ' ' - TM1B ABIHWE H'. l4MHMPIaMHlSfV -4 i ' ' ' il..i ill ml . ; . l . I revolted Local Household ONE of the greatest merchants in tb middle west if not in the country was Marshall Field. He began life iui small way having in m earlier day bea a elerk in a dry goods store. He count the saving habit as the first stepping stone to success. WANAMAKER'S ENERGY AND THRIFT JOHN WANAMAKEK may be mentioned in tho category of mon who "go ahead" bcaue C the laving habit He was a poor boy but by his energy and thrift he became a well known and wealthy merchant. He had great faith in the savings bank and( some years ago established an institution of this kind for the besefit of his employees. G OULDN'T the average young man profit by the ex- amples of these giants mea whe were once poor and knew the problems of life just like the most of us. We Invite Your Account H hbm --...

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