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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 December 1915

i S THBABI1.HNP. IMPORTER ABILENB TIJCA1 PtiK PAQR TMRSR .Mtfe. i n i n . t -tm i itt- srvssrSTvr'x-irrxmiisss.-ise HI UHYPTK CM .: By "HOP" f KPMTEK Some New Year Resbl. ti p Behind the Total Resour- "BWWwTw WPWWHIfW II' WW IWW ces of This Bank lWBH(WW - " " ' " "" - - " '"- "J--JJJ- ' dk - - - - ?- - .----. ... . . . . H r ( M RESOLUTION A$ ) i SRJDWH&TREDTAM V '. '''' TJ6CMS- r- btf JL itlTl TW0 OlTS -A SWELL- WOBrtS-AM-YoURE ) Sv'Sk I . ft ) am&'XM &"m s. l a& . w pmgssm . v v i Mg r C3 PN W gnS'Z23S& f U. SMV SHOULD BE EQUAL 10 Iff ill THE WHOLE WORLD" REPORT SAYS rr'wlN(!T0NJ)cC 22. TcAincr Mary's recommendations call for d .can .ay -itouia bo equal to the moBt total oxpontllturo of JS02.482.214. tho ' fuf nalr.lalnrd by any other last appropriation shown being for "0I tlM w;rId-" not later than 192J. and Increases being made over il"i t. .l . .". "f tht" Naty ('cn- u 1'onnVs estimate for submarines trai Hoard headed by Admiral Dewey and reserves ammunition...

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 — 31 December 1915

" ppwnflj mmm tW AWtlKI lttTR ABI1.1KK TEXA!. -jm T r :B i. 1 - -- -- ' i TH1 AlILIKE RIMI.WSEKLY REPORTER BY ABILENE PRINTING. COMPANY """" 101028 North Second Street - foterednB Second Class Mall at Abllone. Toxaa SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year fin advance) . It.oO Six 'Months (In ndvanre) .' 50 - - TELEPHONES: Business and Circulation 67 Editorial Office - 829 Society . - . 109? or 348 Subscribers falling to receive their paper regularly will confer a favor upon the management by reporting the tame (o the business office. 'Phone No. 67. ship for the ttroiluetion of which their own Iftnda are really noted. They pay heavy long-distance freight and a number of profits upon their main produHs. with th proceeds of which they buy -J-. wlaalr1Wll""'"''" AmtTicc sSepptlin Bomb Wiaotv and Orphsns THE from outsiders various things Avliieh they could' raise at Home. "What are Texas sun and soil for if the people of Texas are not to take advantage of them "The climate and soil of Texas form an...

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 — 31 December 1915

J. TUB AM&glfB XBPOftCTH AWLWHI T13CM. fcV "TfT - I II I 'I Open Letter to Wagstaf f Legislative Record Vigorously Assailed. Some Chronology & i .. Abilene Testis Dei'embor 29th !)lu. s 11UN. J. at. WAUSTAFF Abilene Texas. ' While I like you personally nave a high regard for your great legal ability and adinirp your phe- uotninal success as a corporation attorney 1 can- not endorse ydu as a people's legislator In the short length of time allowed me in joint debate I couldn't mention half of the criticisms your legisla- tive record justly deserves hence to make same public i must use the press. Uu December tith t published in the Reporter a copy of Win. A. Sharp's letter to ybu Wherein he lold you that before the Antis of Ninirod promised. you their support lie wanted to know "If they could depend on you to vote against every prohi bition question that might arise in Congress" and u copy of your letter replying to Sharp wherein you told him that if elected you Would vote agai...

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 — 31 December 1915

I mtmmm-mmi y " fflaT'Jp'-'giywi n- 1 1 mil mil mii twin ii .ij!wniuawninpiny5aer tens THg ABILBNB HBPOKTER. ABII.BKB TEXA1. "" Open Letter to Wagstaff AMERICANS TOLD TO LEAVE JUAREZ NEW JAP LfNER SUNK BY A SUB Will Return to Abilene and Re-Enter The Practice of Law January First 1916 (Continued from pngp fiV.) .A I lilflo attention You vrttwl for the AYomnti's Suffrage Kosohilion. Wh.v tvWe you nfrnjil to ilftdnrt yourself on this issue your platform? npcati.se one of ttio attorneys in Abilene was tliinking of moviiif! toFIoritlo. you introduced n lyll and got It passed wlucli olivTjUPil lfi3 Irnving to stand an examination to practice there and then the attorney changed his mind and stayed in Abilene You voted for the Com. Sub. Penitentiary Bill which allows thp Commissioners to appoint a Cen- tral Manager at n salary of .T000 'lr. with rtl1 of his traveling expenses allowed and a house fur- nished him by the State to live in. The three Com missioners get sjSOOO each and all expen...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 December 1915

V I 'H? 8Wf mvwtmmm TW8 AlILgHI REPOltTgfc ABtLMTI TEXAS k n r STfie Sea-Wolf By JACK LONDON ' 'i i (Continued from last Week) SYX0TS1S. I.oa tho edge of the bunk. "Let him CHAPTKIl I Humphrey Van Wcy-'Jgo I say" he repeated; but this time den critic and dllettnnte. li thrown hfs voice was gritty and metallic. ill0 i ?aler by lno .8uKnB of ft I The Irishman wavered. I made to ferryboat In a fog In i3an Francisco" nn fitim i ... -m itru-.. bay and becomes unmnsntnua liofnrn neip reaches him. . i HAlTbR. II On conilnfc.fo his . ROnKPR llO Nulla 1llmr1f nlinnr.l tlin RPallng schooner Ghost Captain Wolf i' Larsen bound to Japan waters wit q ncsses Ulo death oMhe first mote ni.tl W hears the Captain curse the dead fnnn for presuming to die nt the beginning of the Voyage. CHAPTER III Tho captain refuse lo put Humphrey ashore and makes him cabin boy "for the ood ot his soul." Humphrey sees tho body of the mate dumped into the sea. CHAPTER IV He begins to learn potato peeling and dish washi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 December 1915

( V$ r4 - V V tHS SiS)SMlr .i:'-l.fW"ffi!ft!IIBIlltlij.ptmt:r!..W FAM KttKT TUB ABTI v RBPOltTBH ABftWfK T1XA1 WHERE THE PRESIDENTIAL PAIR IS HONEYMOONING MANUFACTURES III CITY OF ABILENE- uii mini BggwKi Tl)Hl-HlJmJIJMLl.lm-ialll-"-'--'!'IU'r F KS Mr S3 m ! isATnmi t'Ex.srs iu'reU' SEMIS MT STATEMENT (M). rEHXIXU AIIII.EXE. With every suit order for a limited time we are golhg to give without charge an LESS THAN WIGHIIA FAILS i iiiiiiiMBifiiiiiiir i r i i sa J tin pa'rs anil the president found a few mi$!ffir(r s'jr - M5l?ll ? of theni when he and hla bride nrrived. mWffi&l' " S&r iJsWH EJafffijgBBlP "M ' Hundreds more have started since mfficffi 'a'P 'MB PtlBMli-JJ ' they learned .that they would hare prHr ' r amWy GB1 ' bucIi distinguished company. ill PSllI WuSflfSBl ' ' -fc. mijtlmsf . ;" ;BST. '' ji - W ' fsffflpsr.. .i aprti .jr . - rmKAnmm i . S. AHS' --R . rtt FFfVJW. SSTaFW-TMBBnif ? jr . lfi.vo..ti B';"? SP JT-Tii fnmmMl W u.b rexnWouuer cuA-s kldm. 1 .fjrl' i "r"...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 January 1916

In L i $k Stbilim Semi VOL. X. VnM ' Vl ' TFX lS' U ' S1) '' tyMlUB'HPJlWMSJSWWlW VMILM TFMSj 111 SUM JIM VK 4 l&lfi. M.miEK t. SIEUn PERI T ANS PROBABLY LOSE LIS iriruiii WVllllI ot to ii C n l m RUSSIANS IN BIG NEW CAMPAIGN r MUNITIONS HAVE BEEN RECEIV. ED FROM AMERICA JAPAN AND ENGLAND RECENTLY. NO DECISIVE RESULTS YEI 1500000 Austro.Germans Are En- gaged In Battle in Gallcla Along Franco-Belgian Front Quiet -Prevails. By The Associated Press. LONDON Jan. 1 10:43 P M. The rejuvenated Russian army vlth mu. nltions from Japan America and Eng- land Is enga&ad in a great attack on the Auitro. German force In Gallcla. Reports from Vienna and Petrograd claims advances of their forces but neither capital described decisive re suits. The details vhlch arc few and conflicting gives no description of the battlo line Newspaper corrc- spondents In Petrograd estimate that one.and a half million Austro-Germans are" enaaged and assert whatever changes have occurred arc In favor of the R...

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 — 4 January 1916

JPAOJt TWO THK AfiiLENE KUtWBK AlilLENI! TSfcAf. B i .h th 1 i rim STEPPING S TO HIS SUCCESS ONE of the grentesfc mdrclianta in the middle west if not in tho country was Mat-shall Field He began life in a small way having in his earlier days bjHsn a clerk in a dry goods store. He counted the saving habit as the first stepping stone to success WANAMAKER'S ENERGY . AND THRIFT t .--. '-' -AL Personal) Local Household JOHN WANAMAKER may be mentioned in tho category ' of men who "go ahead" because of "the saving habit Ho was-a -poor boy but' by his energy and thrift ho became a well known and wealthy merchant. He had groat faith in the savings batik and somo yenrs ago established an institution of this kind for the benefit of his employees. G OULDIf'T tho tworago young man profit by tho ok- airiplos bf "these gitmtsnien wh6';wcrc once poor and knew the problems of life just like tho most of us. We Invite Your Account First State Bank PIN E II WOMAN ID MM MICS. A. ! 01 AMSI OCK PASSES AWA...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 January 1916

mE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. FAGK TH&BK -- 44 .- i 1 iSfc vVBn WWBT HMfcR H hIBh .4 !3f I M 5Vs Clearance Toxwmewt "Begins 'Sues&a &aw. &v& Costumes VO TDas Bigger and better bargains than ever before in this Annual Clean-up of Winter Stocks. All previous value records surpassed. Every item of Winter Goods is slated for quick exit. Nothing is to be carried over that's our iron clad policy we will allow nothing to stand in the way of absolute clearance. flThe result of this all dominating Clearance idea is the greatest array of genuine values you have ever had offered you. Our stocks are replete with fine seasonable merchandise bought much below present market prices in the Eastwith Winter weather just beginning every argument is in favor of prompt attendance and liberal buying during this great sacrifice of Winter Merchandise. 3l &oo&s "VDvYY "Be SoA Strictly ov Casv T)xyiy$ vvs 0 Dav&s1 SaVe Owing to the radical price reductions that we are mak...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 January 1916

Z;.-ssmiitesasiz:zfZr. fikimtwx TH AaULfcMX R1PORTXH ABILSN1 T1XJUI t im"iM ilr iii i" niinri lit jtiiiiiiin .milium 1 1 ww. 'I"IMI1 ' 1 '" " ' " BUNION AND WAeSTAFF nCDITCl (Contlnuea.from. page one) Instructing a representative Blanteit coSld ndt amend tho mica of pf5cee- declaring that it did so do and by dure unless a two-thirds voto was bad thanking the voters for their pait sup- and Inasmuch ris they did toot even port othls candidacies ft have a majority tfley could not boa- rVagstoff. I" 8blc nav0 tw0 tiurus as required. WaKsthtf oncned bv navln ' . '1 ?Ld. i".? f0"6" unftflm0U9 "Blantdri had had published a" lot 6f w." 1X la."i- -...-... llJSSKSS nrE r"?' W sendhlto A fo iVea enVsaW 1 intentional or unintentional. Ho de- We ncotl hlm ucre.. uiuri-u iiiui no uimscii nid nor mnKe: a....-! - ti i .. .. . i.. "fininiirt!onioi a? answcr ihi knd ot n cnmpai8ri and 6uw nwjrtort v -"-b" b". o;w . ... . ' by WncstAff In the coursn of h 8 talk. Vri!i5!feVfiwV.!!S'. wlKnr? Ve ns Bl!r ...

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 — 4 January 1916

ggat ABttMine rmortjir xsajtitm) iMxii v PAC11 ''JJHm 55 a $9.95 QUFL .61 I START ESBA I Choice of any Suit or Overcq $6.05 A house; some very choice su Cut price on everythingvin- use. Don't ask t these goods charged. Strictly Gash ! GrtE-S9 95l h . jAIHe "'. m iT fc. iV . -J..t ' VI v mr mm JMm rflk Ml ML . J .. U WfW0 Jm ll W Ml I II H I m i (Wi " f- 1' I r in r thwwttffi? Alyr anotrttr lot of Suit arid Ovei" coAts only - . . ." i - .irm iiW iiw J?? m iijHri w ftiJG y j A I i Mfe MISFIT OTHING COMPANY WAGSTAFF-iBLANTON DEBATE RAWS IIS WD Taylor County Court House Pilled With Men and Women to Hear Opening Guns in What Promises To Be a Very Hot Campaign. In the district courtroom here Thursday evcniog ti3&e Gliomas L. Blanton and Representative J. M. Wagstaff mot in the first of a sories of 18 debates they will engage in in Taylor county for the nomitin- tion for Congress in the preferential primary to be held February 5th. s County Chairman Dalla." &.. .rborough presided 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 — 4 January 1916

ffpir JPA8SSOC THE ABIMBNB REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS u f ' JJIIFWMJ ' -1 " 7 ... j 11 1.1 wniiiin 11 '!"'"" '" .f ...!. wii iiiwmiiiunmiiiiMiWMHijiwMiuwuuwinun iiii uiiiiiiiiminii 111 1I1111M111111 . - Hi ...in. I in im.m ---. mm. 1 1 lll.lllllllll 11M1UUIIIHIIHMUIIMILIUHHIMUIIHI WMMH llMMIIMM II ' ' ' '' "" -1'1 J" " I I 111 Ill IPfil """" - niiBjij pqHiwnjh j i i r tf wn 10c Quality Outing 7 U2o per yd Most quality and limviost wi'ij!i 10p outing ijtr chocks plaids and solid colors on sale 7 i4p yard oi 1'4 yds for ..--.-- ..--yl 00 14 YDS.BEST 10c BLEACH. ED DOMESTIC $1.00. lositivplv tlio best quality oP KU Hlcai'lii'd Domestic lOhi. widu niid without .starch on sale 7 12i? por yd. or 1 1 yds. for ?1 00 Bnys' Suits Sacrificed $G.C0 BOYS' Suits $3.95. $0 5ll quality boys wool suits with ino pair of punts Nor- fork style aitd'J'iYll peg trous- ers. Colors nnftitlid ' Grey niul Brown ; choice of this stock of beys' irfi.n'O suits only . $3 95 BOYS $5.00SUITS $3.00. 5.0(V"values boys' ...

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 — 4 January 1916

m Bn A-Biafite ISWwftsit AMtinot bqcai Behind the Total Resous iWWilpJWWWt ces of this Bank &' There; is a mucK stronger safeguard to yourVnfSEtr- It is the Vilify and fielilfciiily:of the men who manage the affairs of trie bank as officers and direc-1 tors. - '" !i Ing '-Jude CTtafr toAu?tlrr. for six weeks the torture of the i looked lor a man -who would go damned under the compensation act to Austin. Judge Wngstaff Is an attor- She would get less than $100 for all hey of splendid ability and strong por- her suffering and disfigurement and fconulity. I took A petition to forty tho cmnlorer would not liavn In citizens cot them to elcn It and had that. There la n eftmmlanfnn thnt hnn. r 060156 Anderson jirfrit It In. the tie- dies that and tho stale pays tho hills. porter paying for it out of my own oro a Jury that girl rrilght liMo. .pookSL I told Wngstaff he had to run gotten $o0Q0 focjier suffering Sha and sent others to see him with tho .$10000 rd? Iflsflgurenicrifc It Is no...

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 — 4 January 1916

5 ttfalrWlQri&amMmmm PAGE EIGHT THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TESA. CanwSetik This Scile Strictly for Cash ) with th extreme limit of low prices reached on our standard merchandise. Prices That Mean Greater Savings Take the splendid values ve offer in a regular way every day in the year when these prices are reduced as they arc in this sale you are doubly bone- fitted in your purchases. All goods will behold for cash during this sale and any purchases not entirely satisfactory to you can be returned and money will be refunded. and a consequent sacrifice of profits we cannot afford to chargo goods dur- ing this sale. Wo have surpassed all our previous off orts in value giving- in this selling event as you will agree when you come. --See opposite corner. . - rrtjs jgmgMMMmmMgMMmsMmgMMMMs j I (mm WnKnS iH ImrM imWmW i'f fr (Mi Begins Tuesday A Clearance Sale for Cash with Real Clearing Prices A selling event looked forward to by the people of Abilene and the Abilene country as an op...

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 — 7 January 1916

' ' ' ' '''""'H! mMiLiBji 1uuu- mimMMMtmmmmmmwm.wmimmu.muwmuinMni ..MI. n. .i.?? ... .. il .n r j j n J i. -w VOL. XXXT. j g.fM ARILKMJ TEXAS FR1I Y .1 VM' 111 7 101ft Xttf KER MJJfUERTIVO t GOVERNMENT DID NOT TRY TO AID FOREIGN BUSINESS MAJORITY AND MINORITY REPORTS OF SENATE IN- VESTIQATINO COMMITTEE SUBMIT FINDINGS IN RE- GARD TO GOVERNMENT SHIP PURCHASE BILL WED. NESDAY. B) '1 lie Associated Press. WASIIIMTrON .Inn. ;. ( hnrgcs which were circulated ditrluij (lie Inst session of congrcHn Unvt lulmliilMrn- lion officials ncteil in tlie Intcresl of foreign business firms in urging I lie ' pnssnjro of tho iro eminent ship pur- rlinso bill Mere held baseless In (he inujorlly and minority reports of the senate Investigation committee. The reports nlso found thnt the shipping Interest are blnniclcs of IN Icgnl nrthlty for -opposing Hie mens nrc CALLAHAN' NAMED REGISTRAR OF (H'TIIRlE I.AM) OFFICE Dy Tho Associated Press. WASHINGTON Jnn. r. J'rcsldeltt Wilson todny nominated James Y. Ca...

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 — 7 January 1916

rBr-!H? Met IHMMiWIMMMMMM ir Afll tWO THE ABILBWK kf 'lgt ABH.BH1 T1XJUI A New Year t ' - -J-J--- - r -" i' ' ii i i r ii ii - i - .ii i i i i 1 1 11 RESOLUTION! wiwii.i"'!gj"aiwmaii)wwwwpp' wrwmnrmwfm We propose to render a belter service this jrear than ever. We are prepared to do this. Our clerical service is the best we can possibly procure and we are bending" every effort to taKe care of -' your business in a satisfactory way. . - u REMEMBER THAT 'WE WANT ALL ACCOUNTS LARGE AND SMALL. V jit t . .- The First State Bank Personal Local Household h rXRSOXALS i 4 4 faaoKamRzatra SI FOUND DI GUILTY OF CHARGE GIVEN LIKE ril.iSOXiIKAT ALLEiyji) Ai'ciniu.ui; of McXA.HAHA. AS NEW TRIAL TO BE ASKED Verdict I'miic jin Surprise s Court' ClinrKe to Jury Has Reen Con- sidered Finontlilo to Tlie DefendunL JUSTICE L!i DIES1NWASH.D.C. avi:mkxovx .h'uist srernuss TO ILLXESS OF FIVE .MONTHS' DUHATIOX. BE BURIED AT AUGUSTA. GA. R. A. Irving came In Wednesday from a- trip to Western bolnls. J. W. Ro...

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 — 7 January 1916

T HE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. PAGE THREfc I e Tilt SKA WOLF. ( (CuiHlnwcd from a&t week) SVKOI'SIS. CIIAITBtt I Humphrey Van Wey- den critic and dilettante Is thrown Into the water by Hip sinking of a ferryboat In a fog fit Han Francisco bay and becomes unconscious bpforo hell) readies him. fHAFTKIt II On winilng to his BrnsPB lie finds himself aboard the Sealing schooner Ghost Cnptnln Wolf Larson bound to .Iskiait waters w.t- nessea tho death of the first mate and hears the captain" curse the dead man for presuming to dlo nt Uio beginning of tho voyage. i CHAPTKH III The captain refuses to pttt Humphrey ashore and makes him cabin boy "for the good of his soul." Humphrey sees the. body of tho mnlo dumped into the sen. CHAlTt.U IV He begins to learn potato peeling and dish washing un- der the cockney cook Mugrldgo Is taught by a heavy sen iblpped over tin quarter as he Is carrying tea aft and his kneo Is seriously hurt but np nno pays any attention to his In- jury. I tilAl...

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 — 7 January 1916

tpMWMMil !5E52 34- W5JSC3 -- - -i mM AtifiS trn TSM ABILIH8 lEfci-WMKLY REPORTER BY Alli-ENE PRINTING COMPANY i022-iOJ8 North Second Street. Entered aa Second Class Mail at Abilene Texas. TM ABttJJKfc MORif ma AifdltTlltJf JBWS ABIUBIOS X SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year (In advance) . SI Month8 (In advance) .11.00 . .50 TELEPHONES: Uunlncsa and Circulation .-- .-- 67 Editorial Office - - 829 Hocietv ...a 1097 Or 348 Subscribers falling to receive their paper regularly will confer a favor upon thd management by reporting the tame to the business office. 'Phono No. 67. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may occur in tho columns of The Reporter Will be gladly correc ted upon Its being brought to mo attention or mo urm -uNpsSplAlE FRIDAY JANUARY 7 1916. BUILDING ARMORED AUTqS. mother who had taken her own. life rather than bear the ' whips and Blurs of critical tongues tho Jury pronounced1 fla verdict arraigning before...

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 — 7 January 1916

KE ABttMtfiS BJPdlttliit AlILKHJS TEXA l "The Book And The Page FINAL LETTER TO WAGSTAFF The Correctness of the Following Record is Guaranteed To The Citizens of Taylor County By A SuhxtahtinI Mnrtw dhliantintl. Thomas L Blaritori Ahilonc Texas January 5th 1910. HON. J. Al. WAaSTAtfF City: --DCnrJmlinr-Tou are M3lltESENTATlVE 'hence n Servant of the People. Your liECOHD be- longs to Hip people lieneo it is 'legitimate and Mot imuNslinging to discuss it. While We are oppo- nents I am not your enemy. Personally J am your Friend and my discussion of your record is free from feeling and while frank shall he respectful. You arc denying certain tilings. It is easy to deny. To make the issues between lis' definite and tangible and to be absolutely fair I will in- corporate all criticisms 1 desire to make or your record in thin nrtiele guaranteed by a money ob ligation and give you the benefit of any doubt by wiping the shite 'clean of any criticisms not em- braced herein. GUARANTEE. . 1 he...

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 — 7 January 1916

paqrsix i HE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. ( The Book And The Page (Continued from page five.) jiVrift attorney were required by law to work j1i liAiiK a iIjiv for cloven months in the year iltli one month vacation .on fnll pay tile dockets i if Texas could be oatfly kept up by half the num- iScr now m off ice. Kaclt new Uistncr created nrjins a Judge nt $300(1 per year a Mist net ..mor- nt niuirnxinin.ti'l.v 2.30TI alitl a Stenographer at 1500 per ear with all the.oilier'inf'idont expenses instead of abolishing the Courts of Civil Appeals as ou promised von. would ndvociite the salary has 9 i. een raised to $luw and tne sinury 01 me u.mu .r- lrllate judges to jjtf.OOO.heticc since the Ninth Court of Civil Appeals was created w have 27 I oiirt of Civil Appeals Judges onoli drawing $-1000 per ear throe eriniinal judges oneh drawing .()) his mind and didn't move to Florida. (Pago 809.) (."!) Page PS?: You voted against House. Dili No. 273 requiring uniform text books fo be print- ed...

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