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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 June 1914

FA0kbx K2 $me SaVe 'SVua AQeek itv a dumber oewmswsQvtY Wice T&emsiow TQoxwyvjo&yA vw Summer's TNtos Vtoadvoe TtfteYchawAise Active price revision in various lines and this means much more to the purchasers in June when the whole of summer is ahead than such reduc- tions would at the season's end. Quantities are ample here in all lines but quality is given chief consideration-it must be right We keep in close touch with the style situation selecting only the styles that are well authenticated. This week will be a good time for summer shopping here; there are special offers in many sections of the store that you will be interested in. Tgigmmmmmmmmm r t- NT- I wQJ v$n 3VU "B.emawTci"Paev(v Las ou SaVe a Sus &.a ttv'e SLtguVav T?vc& Sonic of tlio prettiest most pomlar and stylish huts offered mis season nn included in this small assortment that will ho sold this week. If you arc interested in these an early visit to the Millinery section would lie worth while. Ladies' H...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 June 1914

ABILENE TEXA FRIDAY JUNE 12 1914. KUMWtt 44. TOLLS REPEAL SEVEN DIE IN LE T LOCAUST 1'O.HNIIII.K THAT FIX II. VOTIMI nu.i. in: ii An o tiii: oils. THIN TUMOIIT ttOIIMl'.H COXGHESS (IP UIMV TO OPEN Mill IU-S;.HH TO. MUltiiiM) hoiimm hi ffhaoettek srtrEEn i Mk. IMI A WAV OK ESCAPE FOH .HIS.S PANKHIHST. Mi:lIT0i:.S .snSHF.ST PLAN THAT .jii:hicas caxmit iiivi: ai'pkohatiox to IT WAS I'.HKCTIIU TO Till'. WOMIIX OF NOHTII UIIIUYV AMI . FOl'K 3IE.V AMI USE WOMAM AMK lll'KM:!) TH HEATH WHEN TIIKV AKK TKAffKH. (0Fi:m:iiACv VOL. XXXII. THE SALVATION SCOTLAND MEN ARE OUTWinED A AGAN MONUMENT IS IN ITS EINA ARMY MEETS HREATENED IV L D TODAY BGHO H KS " A T IS Hluhl of TliN Cuurilrj (it HNrrliulunlo Hrlurm Hit Shlp nnd Oilier Nnl-lon. rphclil lij Senator. Hy Associated Press. WASHINGTON June JO. Tlio loug historic Patiumu tolls repent debate in uiu Hunutc entered Its lust stages unlay with u prospect of a final vol- ing uoiort- utijoiiriituent tunlKht. Ad- ministration lenders claimed- that It w...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 June 1914

TJLQM TWO r ""ift 'wyvytcjw imm M 10 PAY BAUCH INSURE YOUR GRAIN CROP In th' n.liiibla Old L In Sulnt Paul Fire A Marino Insurance Co. SKTTI.KMKXT I'OK'hlM.lNO OF A. I! II KAN l!N(iIKi:it ME MWV. II V 0HTITlTIONAMSTS. IT HUM'S THAT NO t'HANOK I IN LOUIS C.WISE & SON. 147 1-2 ChestRHt St Phene 1044 THI.U. tlllCKS. SUPREME MI ti GIVES DECISION DEATH CLAIM t i t u u 1 f h fl The man who gets ahead is the man who takes advantage of the opportunities offered. Q The man that has the op- portunities offered is usually the one who has made good busi- ness connections early. The First State Bank r and Trust Co. will be a good business connec- tion for you. It has been for others. OFFICERS: B. It. HYXITM President d. Tl.COUClI VteM'iwjliieiit OSCAK I'AKKISJ. Active C. L'rcs. V. II. PKKK - Cnshier B. C. 1IOXEYOUTT Asst. Cashier THE ABILENE SUMMER i NORiL BEGAN TODAY Largest AtlrHiWe In HNtorj of The ? orwi" rhwllwcnt Will Ho AlMMf son The Abllono Summer Normal and Simmons School bugau lu s...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 June 1914

FAIfBW ' LABOR PRESS By "HOP" onnr.TD the cub Sty! Tkis Isn't wCr Nay-Gee" Golf REPORTER '30tf- UST-TEH-X Nl I t ni-r- A C1CT-V ftCfjX Oil I M wu3' t" r r i xwi ii unm. HVEWY TIME X &-Wr- HOW tOMG-DOVTHttK. xt last at rmis ASKED 10 N i Msmmmm .11 l t i -i i ii -A - 1 1 i ii mm y" y mm w mtmm m COLLECTOR WAI lrOAVFillWTrAMTrPT7DUWl tVWAitMCMJ a S.m M. .... "V FOR RUSSIANS - TgR: -... I ESWSS JTOTELUei 2XCfn nU ovrrsoPAftGS wx-cu f "-' w- m m. .'- l.-T1--- --. r wW tUU'il.111 A. II A-- HflVWHI.W V f (7tsiVLouff cfHTftwiiw ??( WWrJL ts V hSscoreis. V US 0M they aiii: ( ki.iiihatixj second ANMVEIUItY AT THE PUKKEVr TIME L Astronomer Will lie There To Mil. un The Tolitl Krllp of The Sun.-Hrl!j.ri To He Writ ltcin tented Siiim I y Associated Pics. st. pini:itHiuvnn. May io.-itu. slan trad unionists luivt boon relo- Uniting tln second siuuHersnry of the ostuhllshmtht of a labor presfi In tin country. Notwithstanding the most elaborate precautions taken by the pn. llcO. tlieotlllgH linv...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 June 1914

- 4 " . Y AKILENC pntNTIN'S CbMPANY. tMt-M North eaerU Sire L hi - ... - . - -... - m &9coflrf-clM Mall at Abtfwe Tesa October 14 10. IfcMtftftt SlfSCtirTHNIFMIM. 111 M MutmonuorB tailing to receive. noir papers rcK- Hhrif trill confer a favor upou the management kjr repoftltig tamo to the huslncuB office -Phono 67. telephones: DhsI&oH iM ClrcsWkUoa .... .. 67 Editorial Office -. . 829 Seclety ... .............. . 1097 or 348 (Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any hereon firm or cor- poration which may nppcar In the columns of THE REPORTER will be gladly 'corrected upon Its Mine brought to the attention of the tine.) Jones County Pro. Heavy Tim vote ngnintt the open saloon in .lones euunty iih decisive enough to settle tile question in that uoiinty for miotliiM' qttnrtur nf eentur.. Junea lina u record that few uiuiineVTfiive. there litis" Hever freeu n Hninmr jn tlie county sinee its organization. The Tampico Incident lluortn'a order call...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 June 1914

T mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm MH t l Special Sale Ladies & Misses Fancy Parasols Ln which we feature many extraordinary bargains embracing all .the popular colors in Silk Soisettes and Linens. A color to match every dress. Values unsurpassed. These Prices are a Special Feature for TEN DAYS ONLY. See the big display in our window ard note the prices. : $500 Parasols Sale Price . . . S3. 50 $2.50 Parasols Sale Price . . . - . $190 $4.00 Parasols Sale Price . 2.90 S2oo Parasols Sale Price 1.45 $3.50 Parasols Sale Price 2.65 $1.50 Parasols Sale Price 1.20 H $3.00 Parasols Sale Price 2.25 $1.00 Parasols Sale Price 75c Better come early and make your selection while our stock affords ' V- ' L Vv - 4? rr1-.i s-.-hv3 ir.-1-rto-lM - URV MOODS ctIlJltJ ClJUlCe Ul CUIUJLS fcUlU IIlclLtJIlcUS Twtwrt Orowittf fttor ia AMkHM. JIOMIAV A .1. Pemberton. of Stamford spent Monday In tin city on business W. McCttUouKli Is Hpenillng the nft- ernonu In Stamford with his brother. .1. ('. McCulloueh. Mrn. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 June 1914

J i t a 7 a ? 0 v i i THE IDEAL OF Ml SERVICE Continued From Page One nhu?e of the powers of govenmeit by predatory wealth a eombltiithm which linn menaced the perix'tnntton of the glorious freedom whlcn our fnlhera ltnvo won mid hnnded down to h. Some critics nre ever and niton asking the old rjurfltlon. "Is Demo rincy Imperiled In Amerlcn?" I know nut t hope not Hut eternal vlgllenco in the price of liberty. One of the Mine nnd brond men of our times In James J. Hill reported In the dnlly press to hnve said recently thnt the Iirnwth of the class-spirit among the employees of the Industrial corpora- lions Is becoming n mennco to Amor- iditi Institutions. I hope he In mis- i hen. but I nm sure he In sincere nnd patriotic. Mrtracr-nf Wealth-PitchcckcHY On the other hnnd. wo nre sure thnt i he growth of wealth In recent yearn H the great nntlonn of the world find i parallel in modern times: nnd we i.uow thnt the jiathwny of history Is it Ink-strewn with the wrecks of na- ions and peop...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 June 1914

Stye biknt &mti43Piehlg itawrfjtv VOL. XXXII. ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY JUNE 16 1914. HtrMRKR 4. m OILERS OPPOSE SENATOR'S BILL T SucceBsful British Polo Team Who Won First Game Against Americans Smtnrday ' -n'agSi; -.--w..-ii m MjZ i nJ'iwii m fwwt "mini m pi wwijiwim mihiiimwimh iwiihii iii inmi p w in nm i m ' (III. Ml. OF MO(Tinu:HT U'PLAK IIMY.l SPOKE AT KI.AU HAY (EL. EHIWTIOX IN POSTOFFIl'E DElMKTMEVl". XEIHATOI1S VIH AlttlVNOIMl EYE HY THING FOR NAMING OF NI.U PKESIDENT MORE REriXITE RESULTS IX TMI MERIATMJX IS IXPKCTEP THIS WEEK urriiiit: .nkvite lTi;itsiATE (fMIMi:il(l itODY. AMERICA GREA PERSONNEL CONSIDERED MEDIATORS TO CONTINUE WORK BMBfeK?Ttf "' H1ds'rfMaAiedionaaSXU..M(--J$ A HJIIUll "immmwu'llin ssj W W. m "JSPWOj on ism iW m i I hwihiiphimuhh i i.o-wwiwii.iii I vm ' maM .smW m AIR NOW GOOD COMPEFITION So Tliir Oil Men Declared. There N o Itcntun for Further Leg. Million Tin-) Tell This OnuiulHre. Hy AhHodntvil Press. WASHINGTON. June 13 Represen tatives or (titie Hu...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 June 1914

FACT WO t" i ' " THE ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN haach t S" pjVaiwa ewrrwaeiidfaf to liufallmeiif 0 "I" Adteaesra JTatntyn" mtf note 6e ren at WWfwfT fw PMHrrfff H0Trf0 fJr1tfC IflCdifr" I'ty ftnl ernegM tmnfimtnt errf ! aTerV Fotytcopt company H U Htctftrt pntott ni etiey read " Tht Advtnturti f Xae" At Mt payer hmt alio to kttp pact tcith rwireJewewt f tt ei tht tutting pkturt tktmttr. (Grarrlffetl Mist By RtreM MicOrstb.) CHAPTER XXIV. uT H06B rope were cut" dtclared Ahmed. "Bat who la tht world could have cut ste?'' demanded the CotoneL Ahraed shrugged. " We mar hart bent fol- towed to; takren. They could hTt rotten here before us a we were forced to nee the elephant trails. Let ui keep aw eye about oa Sablb. When one ipeaki of gold the ed eanfes the word far. And then . . .- He t And then what?" wrio act will theWeIosablbIoTiefir"-AhrnRl whl pered. " Bat who uball n; that this k not the work of the gnraa who sever forget who never forgive. Sahib? " Bit they wonld not follow ! " " Hi ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 June 1914

w PERSONALS PARAGITO a .... .L J . A . . . T-TTTTTTT"- 4 I 7" 'I'lll'ICSDAY ix llnm tuul Shirley nre vlsltlnB In Gal- VOBlOIl Mrs. J. p . Ornvofi U hihuhIIiib n few days vlaltlng fronds nt Hpiir. T. 0. Liiwroneo of Anson was in town today on business. Mrs. UoSpaln In sfiotulltiK n fw dnya In Moron on business. Ji'tlpo S. I. linnlwlako loft this mo.-nliiR for Dallas. whore ho coos on business. Hubert Dodd will spend the noxt fcvvrwks-ut-khiErtmnr-fitrnrnTOr All SOU. Mrs. L. A. Hawkins who has boon spondlne the past two wools vlsllttif; Mrs. Jim Irving at Eastland has r- turned to Iter huint In this Hty. ur. juijiih uisen and ram 1 v nf sim inons C'oIIuko Imvo Ronu to Kansas ti. visit ir. oiMitn's paronm Thi-y loft In an automobile Miss Kllon Oulnn. of Mnrlrilnn la In Hip p.lly vlsltlntf her qlstor Mrs. c. c. Cox. Slip will hp horp fipvurtil weeks. Mrs. W. A. Pay no and chlldrun Wll- Miss Kfyd Wilkinson Bpont Tuesday In Dallas IbUIiik lwr parents re- turning U hor home In this city We...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 June 1914

w M oi ffifr J The man who gets ahead is the man who takes advantage of the opportunities offered. 1$ The man that has the op- portunities offered is usually the one who has made good busi- ness connections early. The First State Bank and Trust Co. Tviirbe a gooaVbusine9Scorinec- tion for you. It has been for others. OFFICERS: E. B. UYNUar President J. 1I.C0UCH -l- Vico-Presiileiit OSOAK PAKICEH Active C. Pros. V. U. FREE '- Cnshicr li C. HONEYCUTT Asst. Cnshicr lata LOURING MILLS Wi BEGIN RUN $ ABOUT JULY 1ST. GOVERNMENT ADVERTISES FOK FARM HANDS IN ABILENE. WHERE THEY AKE NEEDED Pursuant to na order train the post office department a placard hut been conspicuously placed In nil nosioHluuai In the United States udvqrtlBrug thu fact that Oklahoma Is needing tnous- nndB of hands as well au Kansas in order that tho wheat may ho harvested. Such a placard has boon reculvod ami pouted here. Tho call for farm labor In the Abi- lene country was probably nevor moro Insistent. The farmer Is ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 June 1914

- paoi rvn r Ev. ' SUFFRAGE ACT WAS DECLARED CONSTITUTIONAL RIM ID NEW REPUBLIC Till IMIXOI.S HIM'KKMK COI'KT SO IlKMi NvTTIU'AY. TflK HfOVi: OF Hl'ITKAGK. 11- Associated Press. Ht'UINUKIKI.U. III.. Juno I8.-TI1P Woman's SurrrnRC Act was declared conntllutlonal by tho State Supreme Court today. Tho net granted n Jim. lied auffniRt to nil Illinois women al- lowing them to vole for Rlattttory of- ficer nml tluti proposition present- ed to tho Illlnoln oleclorntc. A blllotm hnlf-nlck fcellni: Ion ot energy and constipated bowels can bo relieved with urprluliu: promptncn bv uhIiir HBHHINK. Tho first dose brlnna Improvement a few doses puts Un MVHtcni In fine lgoroun rendi- tion. Price fiOc. Hold by McLctnore- Hnsa DrtiR Co. adv PRESIDENT 10 GO TO PANAMA WASJELBED KKI'OHTM MCTTr.K!' THKOI'dll FARTS OF ITALY WKRK TA. KKX SKIUOI'SI.Y. Hy Associated Irc98 HOME Itnly June 13. timlasnrlcs of nn anarchist committee spread re- ports throush the towns of Ipso t'lilnrnvalle nhd Fnlcnnmnra on tho ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 June 1914

JtSL. I . . ' hi -. i 6xt 6xwe SaVe o vee&Y 3Vu Smovtaw Sxew TiomoTvoxso awd aW. "JDtek J"J This Sale presents an opportunity to buy Muslin Underwear and other Whitewear JU at big savings. In fact you will find the prices on many garments as low as usually quoted atthe end of summer; and now the summer is all before you in which to wear these garments. jTT Other special features here this week will be a sale of Ladies' Hats at S3. 50 includ- Jj ing values to S7.50; a sale of Pattern Mats at Waif-Price. A special sale of Dresses in the season's latest styles. We will have some new attractions this week in Millinery including White Satin and Panama Hats for mid-summer wear. l gill I "0 t V T&zxto Dvessts 3aovalDi T?vct4 Elegantly Htyloil Summer Drosses hi Crepes mid Voiles in fI(vor. od effects mid plain colors are now offered lit wonderfully interesting prices. This shipment was received hist week mid comprises n codec tion of the newest styles for mid-summer. The fabrics are...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 June 1914

l) SUriletie &mri4tteehlB VLtpwtt vol. xxxir. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 19 1014. JNUILMK 46 F.S.CROSS NEW Sir Thomas Lipton and the Designer of Shamrock IV. DEPRESSION IS PSYCHOLOGICAL AN UPRISING INCOLIMA H BETWEEN CARRANZA AND SUPER NTENDENT lOlYH COKMISSIOMJIiy I'MI'LOY iiim ix xmv cot'itr noi'sn MOItK. II Oilier lniporliint Work Wns Accom- plished It) Them In lixtrn Ses. Inn TiicmIhj Wlcrnooii. Morr fines "im. - -' - Frnuk 8. Cros. of Fort Worth was ki'IkcIihI liy Taylor Comity Commiss- ions In spi-clul fiiwrilnu Tuesday to continue die tiiHk of rciirosontlng tho muiii.v f THylor in tin1 matter of the cnustructtou of tin' new $IRO.l)(to cnttrl Uoiixo. 1. W Wlllliiuu. tln present In ptimlidiit who liiimli'i! In lilrt rcslgnn tton at tin- lust regular Heislon of tin mly. will he retained nn nHstatnnt mi perltilcuduut of conitruitlon for tlit county iintll July 1. when IiIh roslgtin Hon heroines rfeetlve. .Mr. Cross Ih one of the nblost bu xrlntoiulontB of construction In th' s...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 June 1914

FAOJTWP TJW AIXLIME JU5I Wim ABILENE TEXAS. L Q The man who gets ahead is the man who takes advantage of the opportunities offered. J The man that has the op- portunities offered is usually the one who has made good busi- ness connections early. The First State Bank 'and Trust Co. will be a good business connec- tion for you. It has been for others. OFFICERS: B. H. IIYNUM President J. 1I.C0UCH - Vice-President OSCAJi PARKER Active C. Prcs. W. II. FREE Cnshior E. C. 1IONEYCUTT Asst Cashier Real Estate Excltr$$..Bnrgalns In Mcrkel uuuniry"ia vjcai iuxbs. p?'ri?o.:LOAN OiiFarTOit and Itanch Land is Taylor. Jones Nolan and Fill- er Counties. : : : : : M G. JACX50H MERKEL nidg. . t)K. TV. T. STETT.tWT DENTIST fr Rooms 6 and 8 Alexander Over Mrl.emore-IlaBe PHONKS OMce 39. Residence 191. 4. 44 DRS. O.UINKR k LISDLEY TetrhHiry Sarjfeea aad Death! Oflce at Mllca Holmea Liver gUblo Ofllca Phono G5 Ileeldenco Phone 789 4"fr4- J. 3TA1.LISTER HTKVKNKOX. Jr. Sweetwater. Txaso PATENTS Consultatio...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 June 1914

Ifc- & " CTXAAtLKHl JWPOKTIJt AjtftlHsV tflXAi. in.ii.iih i i ii wn in i iii ! i i i iiiwiii.im1IIW iilA mf 1 1 PAaiTtin Zacatecas Where General Huerta h Making His Last Stmnd mnd the Constitutionalists are Reported to Have Lost 3000 Killed Monday. VlUa Rushing to City to Assume Personal Command 'BHMWWB hb r3K9Pfc 1 5 Zjp&swe&f2G?. "5JssssiiCiestttfr'"' " "' ihhm a J ssBsmsm ""br 6lPSCiidA BHJtAiT7' as j.i Mir-- " -i1isgBssraiiiBssW'i iTdmrrMI i It o i rV '4Hl9HHBv t- s j 'F aHHPWIfedBJ H AssmtslsssssssssssssMtff i mmmSv9tlmmmmmmmmfVtmUtMtSmttCiL JKStmBmmmmmmmmmmmmfmmASmmmmmJmmmmmm A ii?V(IBJBBBSBBB' BSStSZTTS' p. .ltEggafcr-w HHwHHHKHHHtH 4 'HlWli ii s THE TRINITY AND BRAZOS VALLEY RAILROAD ISHCEIVER'S HAND J. W. Robbins president and manager of road is appointed receiver. Was prominent railroad. tty AMncIiited Preas. DALLAS. Texas. June 10THe Trini- ty and ItrHZos Vnjlcy rstlronU com- pany went Into rwvtirMi twtey Tho Old Ctilony Tnwt Corowuiy of Itcwtun. Mkm. !iii iim...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 June 1914

rut AMitmn iorw Aiitaitg texas. 'as roua ' i i ' ' ' ' f m r a s . THE SEW-WEEKLY REPORTER BY ABILENE FRINTitte COMPANY. North ttcend rni tlu score of being n pioneer state but such of Uic Muff citlliul failure from liond to foot 'fJM IQ PfT TO an excuse accorus pooriy wjin we jwcis to- vcu a41 . vmj uu'e""" ""- ""-( 11.11 11 iii ilny. The plea of youth nml weakness of ntfeothur people. No great reform was ever lUII. IU UUUW IV immature years is only n specious nud hypo- corned tnrougii without nam iicks. ine nesir m Second-class Mull at AbU Texas October 14 1903. SUBSCRIPTION RATE8J Otto Year fin Advance) ... 11.00 Six Months (In Advance) Q Subscribers failing to receive their papers rcg- rjferljr wJJI confer favor upon Uio management by reiortlbjc to the hsstacss offlco. -Phone 07. critical pica on me part oi me seveum weal- thiest nud tiie fifth nioBt populous Statu in the Union. ijftfJSI JUiral Scbeok. I'liu ........i u.iir..i.. ...i:..t. .. ii.i rMiiin. in- loifil n;nuum noivu ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 June 1914

vY . ' r J 4 J JKWHAY - J it W'i?"' NK0n B.prnt ho wc-oh-cnd In .iiu my wnii relatives. miJ. C' "co!( efwC the day in ilyde; " Won.1 thnrc PurchM n car of frull nnd vcrcWIiIcb. Karl (J. Ilnya. employee of Camp- bells i Dry floods CotttpAtiy. In Ink- lug his Vntnllon In C'loudcroft and Carlsbad N. Mcx. Mrs. 8. J. Orr whof hna been may. Ifig lii Fort Worlh for tho ptint few months because pf the schools la spending Hio summer In the city with her sin Uurton Orr. Mrs. Hugh (Jrnlinnjf who has been spending tho past two weeks In the city visiting Mrs. John Mlngns left tlilH morning for hor home nt Anndnr- ho ())ln. MTsa Itenn VyTTcToTririliriiprnTnK for Fort Worth and Mlncrc.il WellH where sho will spend (ho next two1 weekn visiting friends nnd relatives. H- TUESDAY 4. .. .; J. V. Ho wort on was In Putnam today on business. O. II. LnwBou Wont to Putnam today on business Mustorn Carl nnd Ted Kdwards loft this mornlnc for Clyde where they rill spend tho iioxt two weeks visiting relatives.....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 June 1914

1. 4 E4 f it it i J u lH m mB AOTENB RSTOTSTSBi ASIIJEIfK fti&M fflT A ili i.ii mi' SPECIAL PRICES r r 1 1 n-TT-T-Tl-l MIIIIIBI n 1 JJ Bill Main III . I.1T1- - WW II it W Ml ! IW This Week in Our BOYS' DEPARTMENT TIHh wvok f iii-i' twine to feiitmv Inns -!iml.l. - n 1'K'I!. pHec. V line the only i'Xi'liisif HOYS' nKPAKT.MKT in Abilene nml if you limp not iilmuly pnul this poptihu (Itipnrtmuiil n vHl it will l. ni mtonnt m lu now. tnv!-Qiiinitt-?titi. rm...m yii..ifn.i make nil tlmt the tiniiii htmlies V jmvr Fitted mit tmitt.v wi'H siittefied .utninre in tin. iil' ntul llioy it muv to phfisp yon. Tlif.v hit tJillni'ud TO VVV ami will if t'" l oT svtrtoe Not ilie priees fnr thin VOlk All $lILfiO gniiks now .-.. S3 75 All $? M jnnfli All $10.00 urndcs now -. All .S.;"0 jennies now ?7 OK .- pi J All $6.f0 grndus now JpU iiJ All $.1.00 jirmlos now . HOYS' IH.OPSHS in tin- natr stylt- .Ycmrii CnWnm nnd Curfs in n Alrfo nssortitieiit if juitlorns. nn extra Mm ijunlity. sporjisil price...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 June 1914

VOL. XXXII. ABILENE TEXAS. TUESDAY JUNE 23 1914. NO! f. PROSPERITY OFFICER SAXE IS DEBATED LAST SERMON HENATOIt S.MOOT TVMIS ON SEV Kit VI. IN IlKHATi: IN WASH. 1M1TON ON THIS HEAR. HIS SERMONS TIMS MOHNINU VXD TOMUHT LAST AS t'VSTOU or st. rvn milieu llltVAX ALSO EXPRESSED 111 SELF IN SAME M A 2VNT.lt. IIASIS IS XOT STATED. TELLS WHAT HE K.NWR AWrDT THE MHAHTEK TO THE EM. I'KF.SS OF IRELAND. V.IODWARDS WILSON SEEMS VERY HOPEFUL Constitutionalist Junta in Wehngton at Work for Carranza ON HE STAND 1 . PROSPERITY 15 HERE One Senator I'lidrrttuiiiU That Husl IM" of Ohl ('(iiintr) Hood b) .llentH of ttiimiuralinu Here. 11 Associated Press rASiUNUTciN;' jhh'C" 20: Ronntar Smout look nit sovornl Democratic penntors In a prosperity dubntu today. A t'tnli senator exhibited the treas- ury Htalumcuts dnctnrlug that Hit) baiimcc of initio ngnliiBt tho United States la culling attention to contin- ued gold exportation. He declared thai tho tiirlff whs rcttponHlbtc. 'Exportation of gold I duo to...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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