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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 May 1914

Ipv" MMrfMMNMy MfMHltr Y AMlfeMC HsINTIHs. COMPANY. w Ittpi cftfl'a vircdt tetr4 m ewtrt-ctas Mall at Abllea TwajLJcguity worth buying. s i October 14. 1903. tWKMMf TIM ft Iff Mr MmNm $.1H N Btttocrlbera falllrlg to receive their paera reg- terir will wafer a favor upon the management bf reporting earae to the usIdcbb office. 'Phone 67. TtLtPHONfeg; land monopoly h thu broken tracta b lcatd rather than iteM to th pun lett if it to teid to them they afeould aU Uwmttlvwi ffb tate homclt!Rnc8 as soon an they should acquire an ho second of those URircUonsi. which by the way is not original with Gen. Diaz is a Rood one; the first in hardly such nnd indeed the two aro not in nil respects compatible. To break un the land monbpoTy in the man nor Oen. Diar proposes would of course result iug nnd meeting the public expectancy. With the new bawlijpjf law and the revised tariff werkiag MtMactttily to the people Col. ItooaeveU i apt to id hk profotesi atumpiag program is apportion to the Democra...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 May 1914

iirmi mi i i ii nt mnlufu m rM i niMirfttli )IHWW li i ' a y i- tAQMTm mm a i uU v j K nuuonm iu WA5HMIUN ll:"-H l"llllM M. WITH Wll. SON TODAY AM) 0TII; HI. LITU'AI. THANHAITIU.NS Ho Mas Mel Al IMtltndrlphtn II) Nome (If Tin Itrinilillriin nriil Pro. grrssltc Members anil a Con. ferenco Mas llt'lil t)y Associated Press. 1KW YORK. Mnv ail. Kn route to IiIh political conference nt Wifthlng- tilli todnj and to hla mil nt the W'ltlto House. Theodore Roosevelt held R continual political conference on n flying oxprcsa trnln between here and Washington this mornliiK At iMill- ailelptilii. Senator Clupi. .the ItiM.nU- Jfcwil Jitiil .Ratialflr Palnduilur. Out Prfiatosahc met hla trnln wh'lle t) K tTvt Hqcretarj of the National Pro- jfraaalve committee and other prw.i tttciti politiufuus traveled with him " liAJinv rnwi.s ' IIA.MItY. May 25 -It occasionally rains nnd pours tit the same time iu the Hatnby country and since our lonl Jupiter Pluvius has been good to us favoring thlH section wit...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 May 1914

HMnnMimM "Tell Me the Secret" NEW CARDINALS AREAPPOfNTED TESTIMONY TO ' BE POSIPONED MEDIATORS CLOGGED MILS OPEN JT ONCE HEAD COLDS AND CAIABfiH VANiSI VERY BUSY 11 ' . a i pwaj IbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV Bpk yB tzi--J & a jJT Jf j i v.. 'jrH I mJ- tatfi dim a&af mLt if a. ' ' '' ' Ahm tm0M Mlf ere eoeey n " enlMJiK C Baking Po4f. And If I mk tht iatttr tfiln thty MIL etMmarn evl utll to U tmtt It M the baking powder. To maka i ami motet yet light and Mathcry sr rood sewsSer muii be uscd-o5 thart vtaf) m iiuaA UaH aaai In lk t-nKis-tia Vts-ttajaW B M aaa R15 BaWNG POWDER IM rmllfa blend fFtw baking do aaaBBBBBafl starts Ao raise an son as mm BPHH .Other Jb inactive fintilli aVSaWaaw the rKsc until yir mU4 aaaaBVisaW tas wot B W olcols Mil i if Ins cakes and jpastry rich cm double acting baking ve oft Icavenwk gaa in tha port: iir.s in bonk ikmtks u M.W OFFHLS Fine iim t'limnnm wdcrs one of which sture is added. Tha cat far applied. Thi3 sustains 7 biscuits or cake is done. C Bakin...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 June 1914

111 &m&xt&P l) SUfttteue jSeroi cehln 10 L. XXXII ABILENE TEXAB TUESDAY JUNE 2 1914 NUMKR 41. CHAMPION THE V ti a E IELL STORY mi:hi( an dei.kiutcs iu. no this rvni poind thi:v ham: no kkiki:ni:titiu ju: nil j gladden tiii: in: vitin WEI I.S SMITH McklNNEV WERE HA1N VKKV 1IKAVY XOKTII IIK WOX IV AM. HFH OF WO.ttW IN Pltli:.S AMI I.OWHIIS AI.I. .PAST KKCOItllH. ilttFAl' PRESIDENT NI1IKK HHEAT HOURS 11) THOSE iksi:h. IILED A 110 FT SOLDIEHS SOME OF THE HAKKOWIM! INCI- DENTS OF THE SINKINU OF THE SHIP EMPRESS oi- roirn NEIJIIOES on UMAX. (IPVTION DA. si:i.i:iti:i fhh.m i.liivknth uf a in I km: fki.i.imi so.-rti; iii:si:hvi: iiistiikt. OITH AND HIIKAT COLQUITT TO BANK DIRECTORS PRECIPITATION RENE THOMAS WILSON SPOKE SURVIVORS B A GIVE PARDONS BEEN NOMINATED WASJ1 INCH WON IN RACE AT ARLINGTON : i. J? MEDIATION PROLONGED Mnllnlor llnil HdliMi'tl Priitiirnl Ural. log With Vnrfou Dlffercncon Could Huie linn SntNfuc lortl) Km in cil Hy AsAoointcd Press NIAGARA FALLS. Mny 30. 11:...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 June 1914

WtftFJUSM UOITWO i!i. i Ui -- i -i i hi im THE ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN haJ Jgj g 11 sYxorftis op I'BiaioiN ciftPTMm. Knthlyn tfare belletlng: her father t nl. Hare In yierll ha anmmnneit nee leavea her home In l nlller- nM ire to nlm in Allahn. India. I mhallnhir pre- tener.r to the throne if flint urlnrlpnlll) ha Iniprln- aneil tnr Colonel nameit by the lair Wlwt na bla Urt. beeattae he learn the tmerlrun ntnr loalat " tii" rnynl rhxhtii. Upon htt nrrltal In Allahn Ksihljn I In farmed hr Inibatlnh thai lirr father hetnn ttrntt. ah I- lo be queen and milat ntarrr nlm fiirthtUth Itrt-nttar ft her refaant ah- I aentrnreil tn itinlrru ttto urilenl with wllil heaata. John Hrure an Amrrlrnn nnil frtlme pnaarnnrr ' he Mat uhlrb hrmiitht linthijn t Ulnhn. antra hrr life. The elephant tthlch rnrrlr her frntn Ihr arene (if her frlala beeiime frltthiennt aait run nttn arpnrnl- fnr her from llutre nnil the real of Ihe pnrt). fter many ytiilnu niWrntiirrn ajie llnila n retreat In thr Jangle only ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 June 1914

jPAOtTHlSB - ' ' ' -?- w m 'm t 't . r ill ft f 1 w CHICKENS Highest market Swift North 3rd and Plum Sta. FOR Highest Hark ring Your Pr T McCHlliHtk -Walker Ci nnsnsne rrvBuco r y unc iiiock i;at i-rom rou tiwrt J. M'A LUSTER SITVEXSOX Jr. 8wi'lvntr. Toxn IMTKATS ConBUltntloiiH In Abilene by np- poliitnicnt nt oftlcc of S- 1. Hnrdwickc' Esq lilt. ('. II. UAR.MMt Yrtrlmirj .surgeon mill HeiilfM . OllW ut Mlli llilmrH Lier Stable -- Olllri- IMioiii ..; Resident e I'hoiii' 7vj WANT ADS NOTICE This l to notify all of m neighbors thut 1 will not be at home on Wednesday of taeh week until July- Albort Field. -I I! 'it STRAYED Hiiy horse and brown mare; horse crippled In front leg fin dor notify J. M RoyMim Abilene. TexnB. I 10 tU hands high. One email win rut on lore Iok; right hip knocked down old wire cut on right for. foot; on over hit In loft irnr. Write St Olrlnco Florco. Abilene. jLrr FOR SALE Thoroughbred J'olnnd China ply IS. X Klrby- 14 St WANTED Position on ranch by expe- rience...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 June 1914

R55fy m t r C I r "t l to ) it H M U 11 HI : i .1 u i r t 1 I h a h fi IT I i V in f 4 J Your Banking In- terests will be given careful Conscientious and courteous atten tion at The First State Bank and Trust Co. OFFICERS: K. a UVNlTil I'residont J. II.COIICII Vicf.Prcsi.lent OSCAIt I'AWCUIt Active C. I'res. W. IIf FKEH Cashier E. C. HOtfEYCUTT AnaU Gusliicr " I will sell Stock and Errs from my prlzc-wlnnlnj; single comb niiodc Inland Urdu at Half- Price after Muy 1st. Dook your orders early. D. H. JKFFER1KS. 2.'C Poplar St- I'OIl SALE. Circle Dot HeglHtered Jersey Hull Calves from four months old and up. from largo producing dams. For prices and further In- formation. nddrosH Circle Dot Jersey Company 167 1-2 Pine St. Itoom 1; Abilene Texas or phone No. 3G2. Real Estate Inclusive Bargains tn Murkcl Country and West Texas. MONKY 'HI 1.0 l.V On KurniB and Hauch Lands In Taylor J -ties Nolan and Fish- er Counties- : : : : : JUL G JAM MERKEL yuuruLi'i-'u'ir jju" j i 1 ri ' . I? SPEAKIN...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 June 1914

ABILXNX TXXA1 ItMDAY MAT 31 1914. l . jlSf AY -ila 1' P! ? . t W '7 V i 11) raV r i MPORTANT TO THE FARMERS vininii.s nsiiiTTi: m:m sat limit iui.i. mtvOH nut U)i ii. m:u:iuti.s. n INTERESTING Sonic htiHirfiint 'I'Minti Im Mriiilipr MmmiM Iwiiiu A limit (hp Mule Ih-IHMp nl CnlUtfe Sill Idii. Toxin 1 mrtnm Inwliutp will hottl t. rrar aeaafmi In the f linmber of rotnnrprr htt Saturday - Jane ft n( 2 oVlrnk Thla will be ajwry impor- tant maalon &M a frHHKX)l"llt tmwt be made rot Alilleiie mill tin rttiPr arioua local tinitUlllPA fi le rppr ntP4i lit .lulr nt tfti' Colli. Stnimn stmr MiKttttttp It hi iiererv rrmwlM'f atotlrg-bH8!ttt'y of Mk Imtur'tinm will eotnr up I'rrpitioftt tui-krpH Im t tli-r-rrttnit for tftMt rtntp. AH farmer In th roitnty who ran rcnaiaiwMr Mcnil ahnulil not allow pr fjttthlp r opportunity an till .i without taking ndutttUffe of If id relvint n th feni1ta te be bad f flu- man hft lian cboaott tht aw- ttew of th rm domain to makr IMn from tnr noli. The man who...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 June 1914

r5JM IMM" rW I IS IfS IP a; I! Sri Ul 51' s 1' ft; : u ? a 23 ?B! I Hi B fFw ft. V '4 " I 111 S)tTv.ua vxv 3lrpave 'Sot ve Gft&oov z Upon what you wear Depends very largely how you enjoy the "great outdoors" this summer. The beach the mountains the drive the tennis game the formal and the informal outdoor occasion- all have their requisites in apparel the attention to which makes for comfort and pleasure. t us Star s ADavMa fcombsiV&a Vie Svuvdums o a T&yttqt z Yi &awfc SaaVtams aw& ve SaV IfacavdASfc Tftaxkd o vvs Ctoa aw& fcowftna Large as arc the quantities of merchandise which pass in and out of this store even more interesting and significant is the wonderful variety of the various lines the very evident care exercised in what comes into the store so far as its reliability and timeliness are concerned and especially the keen touch shown with the Style Situations which in all merchandise is ever changing. Thus this page of news is timely and particularly ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 June 1914

J . . 51S i YIH XXXI! ABILENE TEXAB FRIDAY JUNE 5 1914. NUMBER 4L ft Latent Photograph of Gen Huerta NOTE IS SENT "ROLL YE THE T x : . MEDICAL IN r LLET 91 1 A SITFH"l.U d RMHFF' 0 OFFl. (Tit 01' rill' IIOLI.OHAl jail todu At wr.MK estimated at ;wi rr is n:iM)i!Ti:ii tii it iiii:i:ta HAS m:Kl TO HKHHty AMI LIT MI.IHATOKS Jtl'I.R. AITIAI. WORK I'ltl'lTlMi XEW FA 1.1. III'II.IIIM'H TO START XKXT XUMIAY. THIS WAS THE 8F84KCT OF FIXM nt. a k.n hki.i. niivrv fax. DIIIATE Tl'K.SHAV MHT. MEHMOX AT METMOHIMT CHIHCH TI'KNItAY. HORSEWHIPPED MR. FERGUSON SPEAKS HERE N AT OR . Tri' rrttisji i n if J 10 CARRANZA MATERIA STONE AWAY wmim&m& .mMesssum n .. 12 ft WHIPPED ONCE BEFORE QUESTIONS DISCUSSED Jlllltnul NuffruireHo Toilii) Arc lie. Ik'ml To Uuw Vuuhltl Tmu Vitj Hangerou Fires In l.ou. iluu England Hy Annotated Press. LONDON. Ktifcluml. Juno 3. Two Miffnici'tlt'H lotltiy linrHewMppml Dr." Francis Forward tho imnltcal ollleor uf llolloway Jail. Tin woolen dealin- h1 U- notion was n "l...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 June 1914

WJlVlUIMMnluB mmmmmmm k I A RUSSIAN WAY By M- QUAD Conrrhtht 1914 by Attoclattd Lit erary iri. A. man named Ilogoff came to tli luniira ciiiics in js nnn ncquircii ti jtl'a to some land In Montann. lie re- tamed to HuMln. where tic tiled with at knowing tho valuo of liH property A aymllcate bought tip nil the nr- reuadlng Inml and wanted that belong- ing to BocofTa ticlra. Aa n member of the nyndlcnte I win eat to ItuitsU to put tho matter - through. There vena Jut ono thing to bo kept iiecrct IIokdo hnd paid nlanit 700 for propertjr worth over 100.tXi I wai to get hold of tho laud n cheat " ly h possible giving no bint of It" real value. Bogoff ni n native of the port of Kaira. on tho gulf of Finland. and ono day I htuded there In dearth of Information. 1 had my mpart and other credential-and anticipated no trouble but I waa Ignorant of the KATJMpvrorW tnjjtmta. Aftrr tat. ins up quarters at a hotel I raiietl upon a lawyer to tnako Iwpitrie and acctiro awlstanco Vra he hnd heard of...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 June 1914

) 9 iJ-BJSHjEgSHM WMrWl Here! MWl. Sflr jl!SY) K . . Kfink this Wr 1W- M Juid be refrcchcdl H n. H cy i 4 SV oip Dy sip here s pure fk enjoyment cool com- v fort a satisfied thirst I a contented palate. 'J k. If min.l Hi-cmiiln 1iy full ntiif Lf k Ji'ttuititeiintirug8 nitHitltntiijii. Mm THE COCA-COLA COMPANY Jt! K ATLANTA OA r CONTRACT FOR MATERIA LLET Continued From Pago Ono Whenever you sec an Arrow think of Cocn-Coh. FACULTY WON OVER TRUSTEE S IV THE SIMOMI (UMi: IIF.nVKKN Till: TWO Ti:MS I'UTl.TY WINS HV .SCO Hi; II TO S COLLINS WAS THE STAR I'rof. VtrIiiiuilil HII a Hume Him And Things Men! In Mc-rrj Slmpc. II Ma- An Interesting ami i:rltlng (funic because Willi at nny mte. any of those playom who imrlook In yttMerdsy's game Hint needed u bath before. It started can't foul tliulr frluiidn bio longer fop together with mud. ufct- od by slt-k bottomed shoes. Jhey came off tl field In hog fashion. The nam vii8 kihiiI throughout the entire four innings played by fur (he most unjoyn...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 June 1914

A-m rtWWPHPWiHWWflliilllll K jMB'UMiILWW'MWiJI'WWIiWillll.lllJ lllWWWWlwaiM-JWWiWiMwi mmmdmmj.mmmmmi'Jh J 01 f .r r"ui'mri i-jhV- mmm '-' ft-?T1 .i..- -- -- - t . -.:J-JjKl Maai ' w ' ' ' ' ' II - " - ... n l BY AMIINR PRINTINA COMPANY. Prrtti wcaua ww m ffecmd-claRB Mall at AMIam Tmh October 14 108. m f mt SNtMITTMIMtK $.1M SI AHtwcrlbors falling to rtcotra their papers rcg mmm-Jjt will confer a favor upon the management T reporting "ame to ta hiwtiiew office. Phone Ci. Tti.fWflfci: SmlReM and Circulate .- . ... 67 MKrll 0e ... 810 etaty . J0?7 or 348 (Any erroneous reflection upon the chnracter Unalng or reputation of any person firm or cor Iteration which may appear In the columns of THE REPORTER will bo Kindly corrected upon 1U bring brought to the attention of tho firm.) Time to Talk Central West Texas Fair - The date for the Control West Texas Fair linn been fixed for Oct. U-10. No better time could bnve been selected. Things look good for tlie greatest fuir ever held lu Abile...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 June 1914

mmmmm?m'mmmmmmmmmmmmmfm"'m'mmmmmmmmBmmm w 1 ' I Result of Poultry Business iiy n. PEN I UK Uc-.ll-.llig' Inst foil that n campaign r. in the Interest of poultry rould bo mndc very beneficial to Stamfords territory. I deckled to devote some lit- rtle attention to Hint line ami was In stri'imentnl In getting up Hit-poultry nhow we hail nt Stamford last Novem- ber which linn been oontnlliuontecl 1 y IV every one. 1 Raw that our people only Iff needed a little encouragement to be- IF come Interested In a better class or m 1 itllf t rtllit I It ItlkifM tinliiailtflM a (uuiii iiiiu w iiiiit r luiiiuii; hi thud of raising It. After attending tlve dtstrlct poultry shown In which I ex- hibited (rom fifteen to twenty bird and won S3 per cent of nil first boc- ond and special prises In tin- five shows. It Inspired me with a dctcrmlii- atiou to Rive the matter a thorough trial and see wltnt could be doue with a few hens In the heart of town with only 10 feet sUnrc of lot with ' half of It devot...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 June 1914

kinal.m " o!hiimjle ff f HWWi wsmntom wmmw iwtswutM'l W WflmwaH WW W W WWW WBiWy stMSSBassssaroiwr x- r 3 ;:;4gii8iiiiJil!"iiw(E'iii BlftT3Sfif T.''Pl?('l' Mr I I. FERGUSON SPEAK HERE Continued from Pate One "I will now nlve you my views on emtio of the public questions of the ilny." If 1 am elected governor of Texas. nH 1 now think I will be by nt least "JiUOO majority whrn tin lettls- tittup of TnxnH puts up to me ntty Kind of liquor lpRtcttntfun 1 will veto It nil roon ns It reaches tny desk Y 111 might feel thnt would he taking tidvnutngc of the people. InBtimd of that It will bo carrying out their In- structions for 1 have announced my purpose to do this on every platform where I huvc Rtiokcn In Texas nnd will continue to do no. I have always been nn nntt prohibitionist nnd nin I day. I respect the rlfihts of nny man i-ian to bo 11 prohibitionist nnd take the same privilege thnt I give hint if you are a pro nnd live In dry ter ritory you oulHiriirbe "BlurBflPfl-wlttr what you h...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 June 1914

l)i biknt Smi-towUs Mtpoxt VIII XXXII ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY JUNE 9 1tl4 NUMKR 41 CAR RANZA MAY VIVANI WILL HUERTA SEEMS VERY PASSIVE Defiance Tri-City Candidate for Cup Defender Launched E REPLY SOON IMHTICIU. KIUMMI'IS siv hi: 1111.1. MI.IHlTi: IF XI UtMS. thi: is i:n.m:i HE RESIGNED PREMIERSHIP AS RESULT OF COMPLICATIONS T IS BELIEVED EUROPE8 HOSTILE ATTITUDE MAY CAUSE HIM TO ENTER IN SOON. NKVKVrKf'V HOXKS iu:iti ritox UlVLSTIIi: I'ltOH lll'.l M) nu: wns hu Ml JITNIMIH iTT.UMKB TO MIM I'HOMIHK TO KK.HH1X X VAt'IFHMTWN SETTING UP. CARRANZA TO PROS WIN IN JONES COUNTY COM IN NOW NOT ACCEPT VvJ'Jr th "" XSKXtk 9SHKi BLOCKADE EXPECTED Xo t'omnienl Would Hi- Made On TIip Warning f Uri'j Tlml lliiirluinl Wanted Itrpnriilhui Pur Bentim Killing Hy Associated Press. WASHINGTON. June C Unofficial rportn today said that Carninzn was willing to ntor mediation If no arm- istice N declared and Ifitertinl qui's. iioiih nro considered thai should roil com only ifie affairs developed hy tho Ameri...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 June 1914

TMMYWO m a e u t - THE ADVENTURES OF KATfflffijLSJ2 i HTJHHMH rKVteid CHAITi:iK. XMMrn Hare hMTar fcr father Col. Ilarr In perM haa aammewea h tnra her home In Cntlfnr it f ( ( Mm ta Arlafca. laaia. I mhnllnh. per. tea- ta tb the- trf that alnelpnlll h- ImprU- c4 Mm Cat Imww he Imbi the tmerlrni. wnf laa mi ray nMr the M "" '"" frrre-l Mm. Wmm krr anrltnl In Allahn Knth- lr fct aS- r Wasfcaltah that h father trelna A she I to b mefl at muni marry Mm forth- Tilra. Jteca cat kr refa.al she l ntenee.l Htea (tr arteafci wtHi wlltl ben.ls. J-b Hnttf mi American nan fll pn.srnaer on tha beat wtM brht Kathlyn lo Allnba. her Hfe. Tha ittHHifil Whirl earrlr ber from thr n-nr f kr trial kMMifi frthnel "! " "'" ''" rattac tram Hniw and tfcr rr.t of the pari. After mmrnr rerrmu aarentnr he Ho.V. o relrent In tha iaactr 1r lo full lal the "' ' " '""l '" tare trar. who brlna her to Ailnhn In Ihr public mart. Kb I- inU to I'mballah. who. lln.lln her sllll nasatHBhtstvr throw her Into thr ilimarmi ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 June 1914

I t "CM I i- 'mmm SERVICE OUR AIM We leave it to our customers to decide whether we have striven to serve our territory. We shall continue trying to do our best. fll We want you to make this bank. i your The First State Bank and Trust Co. OFFICERS: E. It. HYNTM President .7. Il.COm I. Vice-President Q.SCAU I'AHKtilt Autive C. i'res. W. H. FRISK Cashier K ('. HONKYCL'TT - Atnt. Cu.Hhier other hlsorle convention. It was at Houston In 1815 The progressive forces of the Democratic party were ml lying around the standard of Wood row Wilson. Hall had enlisted enfly In his behalf an Democracy's hope ho wm not a camp follower at Ilnus- tou; he was In the thickest of the fight; he was n leader In the Wilson caucuses; he was the floor manager of Ihn Wl'eon forces In the sharp con- test that sent a solid Wilson delesa- tlon to Baltimore. 'I saw Thomas II. Hall In action at Ilnltlniorc where wore Rnthertd In the death struggle the progressive and re- THOMAS SPEAKS FOR THOS.H. BALL uiuji: U'iiik...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 June 1914

:MM9 W'fHC' T fim" '"Rf1 4 THURSDAY A. II. Tucker of Coaten wna lu town Wednesday. 0. L. Walker of Clyde Bpont Wed ncsdny In Uio city on business. If. U Vlcltcry Is spending the dny In llnlrd on business. Dr. lone Penny spent Wednesday In Baled on business. J. Ik Richardson of Hlindale. spent Wednesday In- thirclty-oir'biBlnwe J. T. Stngg of Ovulo spout Wednes day nftcrnoon In the olty on business. Miss Annie Ferrler Is spending n few days In Market visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. IJ. Fcrrlcr. Mrs. C. A. Olnss of Snnto Is in the city thu giicat of Mr. and .Mra. K. C. Glass. It. V. Bond v.'ho has been nttond Ing Slmmonc college throughout the past term left this morning for his home at Wlngnte. Miss Bessie Billings who has been letting friends In this city for thu past few dayB. loft this morning for her home in Oklahoma. Mrs. J. A. Reynolds who cumo to attend the commencement exorcises at Simmons college left Wcdnesdu nftcrnoon for her home ut Tuscolu. Miss Jennie I'orhlus who has bceti sp...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 June 1914

if Pi h R . CONDITION POSTOFFICE EXAMINATIONS some ok tiii: pucks triimii: THI.Y ttllj. IIKHM!) OF THESE ItHriirUi.in Unto Hern ImiinI Ami Kill Up Fuiiml In TliU For (liililnnte or Tlioi Int. nictllnlil) After led Ail iwocutlvf OnlM Issued liy tho I'roHlilont roiiulrt'H rompollllvo oxam- liintloiiH lt tlio ComiiilsBltm ror the IokIIIoiib if iimtiuHHtfir nt fourtli-ctnM poslollleoa at wlileli tliu iiiinunl rotn- pnnnutlnn la $l.so or uxotv mid nt which tin1 present Inouiiihatit vim not nppolntoil under the Civil Service Jlo- milutiuiiH. - t2sittnluMlmiafarJpjirilucliuLuojst ninstorB under llu .order mentlnnrd will be held nl (liiymon. ntrinhflinu. on July K WH. and In the Stale of Tcxnn tin the dates mid nt the oxntnlimtlon poliilft mentioned In .notion :i or the government clrrular. The nxnmlnatlotm will ! hold only at the follovvliiK-namnd pluceu on the dnti'H Indicated: .In I) I 101 1 Center. Colorado. Cnttillu. Hond Junction Kotintz. Liberty McAllcn. Seymour Shnmrock. Jalr 2 1011...

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