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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 January 1916

THE AglMUns ftgfOltCTlt AXOMKn TKXMM PAOITtF SCOOP THE Clt REPMTER . By "HOP" How About Brunettes Mrs. Scoop? Behind the Total ResOufr- m miftiiiMMjHWaimaiiiii ces of This Banks There is a much stronger safeguard t your interest .fl It is the Allllilj and Reliability of the men who manage the affairs of the bank as officers and directors. J! . i . -i . . .. ;.: I vfwruJwoaw) in tit' house recAuseA lcNJBLONtEiN&-ioiLUOANr Wfi lMLlJ.l sHBK-J m JUffi s " - ZTJ -L- - 'ildiH: 13 without murmuring and oven glndly enter tho waving linrvcst and labour with iiortrt nnrf head and hand In tho morning at noon and at sunset "I-nstly these labourers tnu'st tin jhoavcn-Bent. "Pray yo tho Lord of the M YEW'S SERMON VI CALL TO PRAYER" ataa .. II Al EPISCOPAL CHURCH IS REV. ROSS' SUBJECT- ' I Ilh!Al .. .-- al. -i i 2VK;it:rr'dor t vror- uev . ...'-t .oun rxr1?:. t imrch o Ihe cavonlv n ft .cth ! !!rn!F fr?m tllc 8UbJcct' "A c" 8PC(1 80W heavenly seed the hnr- i. I Sn av iCftl0Uy Ucat' LI" to I'ra...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 January 1916

PA1 IIOHT aMt39BBMBtX Ie. TEXA THJ5 ABILENE REPORTER ABILE M f - j M a mi i i . The Book And The Page )) (Continued from page x.) rohld'be appointed by Judge Smith niul not cleetrd to West Toxns you wont to (Jnlvoslon. Now I enu b.f the people as advocated by me and with you prove by my father-in-law that he hag never given Judge Smith ajul the Whole combine against me 1 u hfc '" that I have paddled mj carried Abilene by 86 Votes and carried Baylor Gounty by 484 votes. Why Judge I will be do- ing you a kindness by dofeating you in our Pri- mary; for don tvou know that while some of our beloved Old Timers here will vote for you merely through friendship regardless of your corporation and chicken-salad record if you attempted lo run in the other 57 counties away from homo where you are not personally known the thinking 'peo- ple of this country after knowing your record. wnild Hot vote for you under any condition. Just (i8 there are various- kinds of pros there are va rious kinds of A...

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 — 11 January 1916

lje guftlene jgmi-tOefelg ftepirct TOL. XXXT. iui fm:. n:vs Tiisi)v.ivi u n iijks. M MI1LI) TIlHfcK French Heavyweight Champion Alive AST ffll iiiiiiiMiiwwMHHI' til itimmiiiiiimiii m.miiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiii ninjmijliiunminuuii GSIOWI STRIKERS I LOO I ED TOWN British Troops Bathing at Salonika Conference is Hzld by Afe$$ Who Are Charged With Almost Laying Waste to Ohio Town Friday in Hills Saturday -Rdierve Force of Mili tia is Being Held in Readiness. Georges Cnrpcntlcr. Georges Cnrpcntler French ami nil- icnc0 ot tlat jn the picture Is tlui ffrWSSWZtuUVS 0erre on hi. breast .how- Gunboat Smith in London Ih hrre 1K he haB been n hrnvo soldier. Cnr- ohown in war costume with hi nufo- pentier really belongs to the aviation mobile. Several times ho has been corps or the French army and there reported dead but the nearest evl ho has mado a name for himself. gehjuiy i ASKED 111 D ALLIES TO BE I PMC AMRCANS WILSON BEING URGED TO ASK GERMANIC ALLIES FOR DEF- INITE ASSURANCES NO UNARMED SHIP...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 January 1916

PAOE TWO 1'ItE ABILENE ER AMLENB. TKXA. 1 Statement of the State of Abilene At the Close of Business i)ecemher.31s.t i915A First Bank Loans . RESOURCES. $400157.67 Furniture iuict Fixtures . . . Ileal Estate . . Interest in Guaranty Fund Stocks and Securities . L'. Cash and Exchange LIABIL1T vaniiai .. Surplus and Undivided Pil 5065.10 8494.91 3152.26 1850.00 Q12-.56 - rT iViJ J i r srmo.nm.m S -9 yi ' w j w v . v v pgfeT 19273.65 il yC . yVo i.uuuu.uy Ef m.'VJr J$VAjyvVJ A.'..fJ 415.058.S5 yf y . v ....' .: am M 111" f 1 JfJI r The Guinfy Tjafet Compaq Dividends Unpai Bills Payable Deposits Mf;' d ' ?.i SlritcmtMit ol' I hd Condition ol The Farmers & Merchants .''- i 8 '9 Bank T" of Abilene Texas ....-. At therClose of Business Friday December 31 1915 RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts . . . ...... . $31U?1'H0( Bank Buildink' and Fixtures . Off.oOO.C y&eioM ty 1 QifnKT I i)v2 X) r oo 96.80 4500.00 ; REgtfURCES StocWarld Secumics $' RealEstat'e . ....:" Gasli'imU angc 69810.66 2...

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 — 11 January 1916

PAGE THRB1 -.4" . tf. and Last Week of Our anuarw Clearance Sale HE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. ti r--- h p. A. - f .T.iii rtwtlMi fch.ww4 All goods sold for cash only dur- ing this clearance sale. - - I -..-.- .L Our books are clos- ed during this sale Clearance prices are for cash only. rn Six more big selling days then this sale will be a matter of liistory. Seasonable goods. of every description are sacrificed former price and profits are Hot considered quick and final clearance is our object. The heavy selling the first week has broken some lines but our big stock presents splendid opportunities for satisfactory selections in practically all departments for this week. New and striking sale items will bo added from day to day as the sale progresses. Broken lots remnants etc. caused by the rapid selling are rounded up and brought forward and repriced for final clearance. Big opportunities to save are here. Early shoppers havo best selections. Goods sold out will not be replac...

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 — 11 January 1916

h - A rotm : - BIMOMSTA THE ABMfrE fclPORTER ABILEWB TEXAS. DIE AT HB. THURSDAY NIGHT Crowd of About Three Hundred Hear The Two Candidates for Congress Present . Their Claims. to Know and it UW. ?$Z & K.& SSSffhSf wfta? inlh8 "? jo vote I nj There a no chance for B I t hfcv tJghtg In the opera homo at Merkel Thursday night District Judge Thomas L. Blanton and Representa- tive J. M. Wagstaff debated for two hours and forty minutes on the issues in their campaign for Con- gress before ths county preferential primary to bo held February 5th. There were about three hundred people all the building would hold in attendance a few of whom were women. Many of the auditors were Abilene people who had gone tip for tho speaking. There was a noticeable sprinkling of farmers in the crowd. The debate was warm from the start and each speaker was at his best. Homer L. Easterterwood kept time and Judge 0. D. Mims introduced the speakers briefly explain- ing tho purpose of the campaign. The sp...

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 — 11 January 1916

THE ABILENE REEQ&T11R ABILENE TEXA i pack nvi uSBwv UiuiigimiiiLiwi p)iuw ijuiww mr iaaaMMM MMMWWi t PPWpWH p MMMMMMMMMMMMMM mum iiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiii imrnwiiiiiml TffrrnrirrT-tr-"" K Monday Begins Second Week of Our Mid-Winter a ranee Sale! THE first week of our MID-WINTER CLEARANCE was satisfactory in every detail. Winter Merchandise that is all new for the season is being sacrificed to ONE -HALF on many lines. Visit this Store and take advantage of many Bargains this Store offers on dependable merchandise. J Sale of Hats 1.00 values in Men's Tiger Drimd lints In new iiovphy nd staple .styles on sale 82 20 jW.oO quality men's novelty and .staple shape hats on sale -. $1 95 .'2.n0 values in Jlen'.H Hats on sale .-. $1 'if DRUMMERS SAMPLES OP $3.00 HATS $1.45 I Jest value"- tu .Mr;': jiow style ijfJ.UO Hats of- fend at this price. The quality is the. best but on aeeount of being samples wo bought them fit 1'2 nrieo. 3.00 vulues in Men's Hats on salo - -' SI V 45 MEN'S HALF HOSE Cc...

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 — 11 January 1916

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Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 January 1916

THE ABlLElfK ntfPORTMt AML1H1 TKXJM faqb wmEtf N OrinATDTHE Cll fiORTEH The Leap Year Blonde FIs Caused Scoop A Lot Of Grief By "HOP" ?vXP NKtHT- T?KF rrAWAf- YOULCOK tAMVMJSeAT VT- LIKT- A HAROPmiPriFCL TlioMcn w t iMVMtiiAia.iti 9X3? -"MNOOf? MAW ALL SHAVED OFF J PoL MY GoOD loOKS v-ok viTTSWES-PO SOME TVUNfr. .SO-tH'WlPE NEEONT f f IMRURWN6-UP- I CAU. ft CHEMIST I AN VWE. WASHES AWLHZED! n . w ' x i 1 1 I ' BB"1 i ' i iu:wuT$tM"rni T . nO1 VVAiPtn IgrV-Vto 'V I tMiunu UA-r-rffc - .07 f NM BA 1.VVV.V AorTTiA.r 7 c y.U9i kJiVlivyfl BiVk'iC ?x anmhzed! y -iH. nUirK"TniVM uunrwAnA.n-inUcia i'itwiui nnns ' G ... 1.. J im. I fF HKm. nnhX m. .- .ii Ni ii wwwiwwMWfcwi m '.' ' ' '" in i - r n inn - i ywi -i --. .i.i.f - ! i i i win imwmmwppwwwwiwwwmi h imii ' ' ' - r ; ".'?!!L!!? DISTRICT COURT E. T. THOMAS DIES FORMER ABILENE WEATHERAND ON AT EASTLAND HERE OF PNEUMONIA MAN IS HONORED COTTON REPORTS CHINA MINISTER OF WAR KILLED; TUAN.kKK.Kri VICTIM OF Illlltil) IJASTLAM) HA It VOTES VACAT...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 January 1916

I i I PAGR'il&rf. HE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE. TEXAM. JsmsrrMZSf aiwoet Big Sheet Value at 2Sc 72-jiu'h center sonni slier t roinly for use nt u 'price loss tlinn thp cost of nmtdifil. Oiu lot of those sheets now on unle nt this uiihonrd-or price. liny tliem tomorrow for- - ----- - 25- Extra Large Turkish Towels 39c This is the oipjresl value we have evei Iieen uhle to offer in new Turkish TovfoIb. We have just received a ease of these towels and when you see them you will agree with us that they nre the host towels for the inonev you have ever hall a chance to huy. They nro not the ordinary cheap towel houht to sell nt "a price"' Inil koimI heavy extra lnrtfo Turkish Tow els. Our price a pair ....... 39 Men's Sweatirs at Clearing Pi PROCEEDINGS IN CIVIL APPEALS CI. TWO TAYLOR COUNTY CASS DE. ClDED ON BY FORT WORTH COURT SATURDAY. FORT WORTH Tex BIG Fl HORSE I HURT IN UMBLE .CROXTON GOING TO i YOUNGSTQWH AS MEDIATOR IUy tho Associated Press. COLTJMHt'S. OHIO Jan. 8. The "FIHP IN...

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 — 14 January 1916

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Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 January 1916

M m i PAOE TWO t r- STATEMENT irsf Of Abilene at the Close of Business Decembor 31st 1915. RESOURCES. i onus '- . $400157.07 Furniture anil Fixtures ' 1- j. 5605.10 Kent ISstnle . .. 8404.5)1 Interest in Uunffiiffy Fund - .- ' 3152.20 Sioclts ftint Sdfiuities . -- 1850.00 f'Dsh niut Kxchamri 1 145012.50 f5Gl332ino LIABILITIES fHpitni - V- -: ;::fiooooo.Tjo H-irpliw and rmHviilwt Profits . 10273.65 Dividtftulrt t'npnhl -j---.--.j1- 10000.00 I'ilt-r Pnyitble .- - 20000.00 'I't'prjstts . - .. (- 415053.85 $564332.60 The Guaranty TB"WSt Co- resources . Mocfcs and Securities -.. -..--$ 69810.66 Loans ..-.-1 ifc- 24870.37 Uni KhUHi ... -... : ... 14012.20 ash ami Exchange . ..--.- 2318S.8G $132782.18 LIABILITIES Capital - - - ..$100000.00 ('tulfchlcd profits ... ... .-.-..-. ..... -A- 7782.1i llls 1'uyahlo JL- w.. -.! k . -- 2500000 1 '' $132782.13 ' OPPiSehB: K K ItYNl'M 1 I 1 .-- President OSCAH PAicKIsli - - fc.d...... Vice-President W II. FKK15 -I .w.-.- Cashier DIRECTORS J II Con.h W...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 January 1916

PAGE THJtll cmnrYE) THE Cll Safety First -Girls -We Insist on Protection By "HOP" THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXA1. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Citizens National Bank of Abilene Texas at the Close of Business Friday Dec 31 1916. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $398527.31 United States Bonds 50000.00 Banking House and Fixtures .... 17750.00 Other Real Estate 6267248 Stock in Federal Reserve bank . . . 6000.00 GASH: ' v In vault and with other banks and U.S.Treas ....$113306.04 Bills of Ex. Drawn . Against' Cotton 131453.99 244760.03 Total $779709.82 REPORTER NOW WIFE-VOU KNOW VERY U MM UELlADO"WHMK"UWr Ae5 CHlEF-MY H NOW-SQOOP A .SlTlfc sved-i mm longer. Ni I iMi fall m love ww "J. 1 JvBm I 4ERwV& ft i'm sure. ( yjl fijll 8 lilXi ovic fSty xiwvmanrTttis wHE'?VviC(- fcxLjM ssaani hn Kjgy a J Farm and OF SPECIAL COTTON SEED MEAL FOR HOGS; SEED DEDS By S. A. Xincar Taylor County Agent. Cotton-seed Meal for Hogs: Cotton seed menl when fed to hogs for ex- tended periods is a ri...

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 — 14 January 1916

AS WO TJM ABILBffl! MORNING REPORTER-NEWS ABILENE TEXAS i. - W I' T rt i M rt IS i THE ABILENE 8ELWXEKLY REPORTER BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY 1022-1028 North Second BlreeL Entered as Second Class Malt at Abilene Texas. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year In advance) .... Six Months (In advance) 4ttt4f .$1.00 . .50 TELEPHONES: Business and Circulation w- ..... 67 Editorial Office . . 829 Society - . . . . . 1097 or 848 Subscribers falling to recelv.e their paper regularly wilt confer a favor upon the management by reporting: the same to the business office. 'Phone No. 67. Any erroncqus reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may occur in the columns of The Reporter will be gladly correc- ted Upon Its being brought to the attention of the firm. no room to complain even fo! It does coat more to live now than It used to cost. We are better prepared to live nnd the person who supposed that a $100000 building or home can be run as economically...

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 — 14 January 1916

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABIUBHE TEXA Tfie Sea-Wolf By JACK LONDON n n (Continued from law week) SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I Humphrey Van Wey- :ii critic and dilettante is thrown ileit into the water by tho sinking f n ferrybtfat in a fog In San Francisco bay nd becomes unconscious before help reaches him CHAPTER II-On Coining to his sf-uses ho finds himself aboard the sealing schooner Ghost Captain Wolf Larsen bound to Japan wntcr3 w.t- upsscs tho death of the first mate and hears tho captain curse tho dead man for presuming to die at the beginning of tho voyage. CHAPTEH III The captain refuses to put Humphrey ashore and uiukea Mm cabin boy "for the good of his houI." Humphrey sees the uOdy or tile mate dumped into tho Bca CHAPTER IV He begins to learn potato peeling and dish washing- un- der the cockney cook Mugrlilge la i might by a heavy sea shipped over the quarter as lie Is currying tea aft and his kueo is seriously hurt but no one paj-B utiy attention to hia In- jury. CHAPTER V Hump's qu...

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 — 14 January 1916

f AOX flX THJ5 ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. I h . 4- COMPLETE EVACUATION OF THE GALLIPOLI PENINSULA REPORTED BRITISH AT KUT-EL-AMARA SURROUNDED BY TURKS 10000 DEFENDERS TO COV- ER RETREAT of MAIN ARMY SEVERAL HUNDRED YARDS OP FRENCH TRENCHES ARE CAPTURED. RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION MEET MANY INTERESTING SUBJECTS DISCUSSED AT MEMBERSHIP MEET1NU MONDAY. By tfee Associated Press. LONDON. Jab. 10. The main British amy la Mesopotamia arc la retreat aceeraiag w aaticcs winch hate beoa receited acre teday from Constantino pic xaere is b confirmation ot the report froto any other source today. : GOOD ATTENDANCE SHOWN of Uic Retail Merchants Assocla- tloa nas One of Great Interest. hare approached the mala doffnses. Tbo defenders 10000 strontr are to corcr the retreat of tbo mala arter. according to reports here. Screral haadred yards of tho French . . . . A . A. treaches la ChaapagBe district tb TnB membership meeting of the Iimb captured by the lleraiaas tays a Retail Merchants' Assoc...

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 — 18 January 1916

ABILENE TEXAS TUESRVY 1AM U 1 1MB. NUMB It FUR. U. S. MUST EIGHT EUROPE AFTER WAR RUSS-AUSTRIANS . S. SUBMARINE E-2 BLOWS UP DENTISTS CLOSE PUBLIC LAND BILL PASSED BY HOUSE 1 DEAD; 5 BURT E AT E IN YOL.'XXXY. MENTION MUI HI STRUGGLE W YORK CAUSE UNKNOWN DR. J. l CLARK OF MIDLAND FltESlDENTt MEET AT PLAIN- VIEW .NEXT. BANQUET WAS A FEATURE Largest Attcndnncc Ever Registered at Annual Comeiitiou Was at Meeting Here Saturday. WOULD TIIHOW OPEN 70001)0000 ACHES PASSED W1T1I0! T A RECALL. JIM IS NOT AFFECTED SENSATIONAL STREET BATTLE tNJMFMKKIt OF N VL BYISORY WHICH KNIVES AND AUTO MATICS FIGURED. AROSE FROM FAMILY FEUD I10A11D SIEVKS TO NEW II IV- j; nmtnKit (osniEHn:. AUSTMAVS UIE 1M HSUING HE FLUTED F01ICCS OF MONTEV EN II IN KINO. Far Western Itpprpspidntiies Vigor- nilsly Opposed Mifysurp Contend iii); State Ought In Regulate Resources In Borders. Tlio West Texas Dental Association ! By Tlio Associated Pross. In annual convention here Saturday WASHINGTON Jan. IB. The sue- e'ected Dr...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 January 1916

h S - PAGE W0 THE ABILENE . iiB AMLENB TEXAt. wwwTrwgBWBBu ijjujiuu.uiLi.iaiii wtipuju.Bt-ijirtJt m y3gnmjlUJJMUJUIUUUJiaaiJa.scBxaCTB r: ' v HWWCTtll UW ill'- W'Ut l! ABILENE TEXAS Jany. 15th 1916. CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS: With the beginning of our new fiscal year We arc glad to announce to you that we areireparedfor-the'-very best service we have ever been able to give to our customers. On account of our segregation we arc now able to give to you the advantages of a fully developed well organized trust company authorized and comff tent to perform all the functions of an instituHt of its .. ' V . . nature. It is an institution that ADiienyfleeas ana we -Persoiiai Local Household . .-.4- . 4' ' 4 ifr. & Fdgnr V. Wade trtnfnetl Saturday from n hunting trip to western points. Mrs. W. C Hyatt left Saturday for St. Louis to attend her pick mother. Misa .Heillah IJt'irKett toucher In the ilerkel schools is spcntHhg the week- end with homefolk hero. Horn to Mr. rfiitl 31 rs IJarl C. II ...

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 — 18 January 1916

ifc5" PAGE THREE WEATHER AND S. D. BEACH KILLED AT ALPINE TEXAS wHwaBsaBffas'.isaaEssiKKssKefT'i HxxhX Siox)lwc au FOR PEST MEET PYIW$ WARM AND CI-OIDY IX SOME PARTS OP SOUTH COLD IX OTHERS FORECASTED 5xvs awA Lats TWO SPEAKERS TO CAMPAIGN EX-CORPCS CHRISTI POLITICIAN COUNTY TO HELP ERADICATT CROP PESTS. SHOT WHILE EATIXU SUPPER THURSDAY NIOHTT . THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TfatAB. DATES ANNOUNCED REPORTS d oak m o TOT 8V6 lUerponl Sternly nt 8.12 New York fillet 12.50$ New Orients Quiet 12.18; (JnUeslmi 12.50. Tho following was received nl the Abilene Cotton Exchange Saturday: North Carolina and South Carolina somewhat warmer Sunday. Georgia generally cloudy Sunday. Florida partly cloudy Sunday. Alabama cloudy Sunday. Mississippi cloudy Sunday prolmblj rain north portion. Louisiana warmer; Sunday genor- nlly cloudy warmer In east portion. Arkansas Sunday fair. Oklahoma Sunday rain or snow colder. EoBt Texas Sunday unsettled colder West Texas Sunday unsettled cold- er. Liverpool. O...

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 — 18 January 1916

i-aw rou TItifc ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAR. I anrrT m en REFQRTER Scdop Is Sure Daisy Was In Her Right Mincl By "HOP" ooimse i-BttNG-w fwjREo w r TWUJlt OFFERED nfcBX llUW"lOtv ttfltE COULD NOT 0E&XEPT6D-EVEN a-ni AVEKnEA5Knww3r"w Be 60 flTraACTWETO PZTn&3rr71l lfX)NTCrRE.K-y T TxA ilVY-s AW-XDOmBWUEVl SVVSl11"' J In MARWBOrtwA a (f TrryyL wvn she showed fc WWR-SDf-IFEELfc.lev KiivA XS? H6MWS DESWEl j1' TfeK .rWH STTO c" X UaJ t.lKV soars r all. awi ffNSGSv (WcAse-U isJvSic----- 6 b 6rffv AcuVv 1 aTTtT I 2 HEAVY EARTH iMAKE PLANS FOR SUB RECORDED SCHOOL belief is uistcrraxces were somewhere in central America Tiiritsiay By Tho AssOcIatod Press. WASIilNaTq.V Jan. 13.-.Tvvo heavy earthquakes inaHug for one houi were rccordeoVat tjb Georgetown Uni- versity slesjrfograiil ttfday. It la believed lt'the disturbanpes were gomuwiierocmcciurai America The and licet' foctlvq lies the unci n checrfii all 'dealers. NG school hoard ahkeh commis- sion for a hon!) issl'e for the itrfos...

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