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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 January 1916

t aor rrvi lanteKtsefflMuajjniHM AL PRICES 8gBBggwBi8WKaigE3iKam DOLLAR AMD HOUR SALE ITEM 6 Yds. lOo Outing $1.00 16 Yds. 10c Beached Domestic $1 16 Yds. Best 12 12c Gingham $1 For One Hour Only Tnrsitaj "2 to .1 p. m. For one hoirr only Monday 5 to :$ p. m. ui offer one ese of best nnalitv 12 l-2e irrnde Fast Color nine- Men's 50c Underwear 3 for $1 . Men's Fleece Lilted and Ribbed 0 quality "shirts and Drawers in best fitting and values at regular price On sale now tf garments $i flfl Tor One Hour Onljy Tuesday 1ft to 11 n. m. Tor one hour only .Monday 10 to 11 n. m. wo will sell 10 yndls Advertiser 'Kfrn ;G-in. ttlcrtclied Domestic .ulit nml Dark Outing in ;j h ndiil quality of rcpu- 10 i-aile This r prison's our r irulnr stock i.s i nlirol.v ni'w. We v. ill sell this mt- M flft ! ; rrs rnrJ.V or 10 ds for $ I UU hem at 4 j.mh for So p. Limited to fi yard to the lor $1 K). Limit 10 yards to the customer. Q $100 customer. Hest 12 l-2e Ginghams 1( yd' 1 nn .ipi vv Htsr Oe quality ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 January 1916

i1 V F ACHE SIX Blankets and Comforts at Reduced Prices for Clearance Now is an opportune time to buy winter bedding. Our entire stock of Blankets and Comforts is on sale at lowered prices and at the time when warm blankets and comforts are needed most. Special prices follow : $1.00 Blankets or Comforts - Clearance Price 79c $1.50 Blankets or Comforts Clearance Price $1.20 $2.00 Blankets or Comforts Clearance Price $1.65 $2.50 Blankets or Comforts Clearance Price $2.15 $3.00 Blankets or Comforts Clearance Price $2.45 $4.00 Blankets or Comforts Clearance Price $3.45 $5.00 Blankets or Comforts Clearance Price $4.35 $6.00 Blankets or Comforts Clearance Price $4.95 $7.50 Blankets or Comforts Clearance Price $6.35 SI 0 00 Blankets or Comforts Clearance Price $7.95 Bunirs of 8Y MEXICANS Reported Deaths near Madera of 10 Ameri- can men and 2 Eng-j lish Women not Con-I firmed EI Paso to ask Roosevelt to Try tn Chun e-p TT R p0i;. to Pliant e u. d. run cy Toward Mexico. Jly the Associated Pr...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 January 1916

-r VOLUME XXXV. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 21 1914. NUMEEH 6. EGRO'S SURRENDER PREMATURE. SAYS ENGUSH REPORT news of ml "0. S. COAST LINES ARE VERY WEAK" MAJ. GEN. WOOD TELLS SENATE COMMITTEE THAT Wfc UUULU NOT STOP AN INVASION. REGULAR ARfIY OF 210000 Be No Scarcity of Male Children Af- ter War in Europe Force of 150000 Trained Men Could Land Easily. F Special Leased Wire. WASHINGTON. .Inn. ia.-Mnjor General Lcotnrd Wood chief of stntf t.ulaj told the Semite Military Com nilttee t lint tlir coast linos of the I lilted StutuH wore oin'ii to attack bj rtij well oreaitlrtMl nriuy. despite the 'tiip.ncnt oi forts minus-- and sub- marines and Unit the ocean formed no uerlotls barrlei to nti Invasion lie declared thut lit this country's pros- i tit state of unprcpiireilness for war n tulned force v? iri(ioo men could liiillct Incalculable dumiigo before any army could be assembled lo meet It. The European war has shown that the sea was the host medium for the tiiovunent of troop he sai...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 January 1916

PAOI TWO THE ABILENE Hi JlER ABILBHg TUCAB. mmmmmmmmmm i f r ;. i POLL RECEIPTS hk m rersonai L.ocai nousenoia y7& m-i. .. .. . . .. . ... . . . . -i . . . . . . - ME VERY FEW PJi r j - 4! wJ Why Bank With US? FIKvST: Because we operate under I he protection of the Depositors Ciuaranlv Fund. SKCONI): We have ample resoure- es to justify a strong bank connec- tion. TIIIKI): We have two institutions giving you double service. FOURTH: Our Savings Depart- ment provide a specially safe place for your savings and you get 4 per cent compounded quarterly. FIFTH: Our Clerical Service is of the verv best class. FIRST STATE BANK GUARANTY Trust CO. ! . PKHSOXALS CITY NEWS MHKFS. "?0 lloy Harton left Wednesday for Dal-' Hulldln.gr Cooling Tower ' las on a business trip. I Tho Texas t oca-Goln ltottllng com Mrs was hero and visiting relatives. ammonia compressing machine and 11 I Propst nni it. 1 illntid of w lee vault nro among tuo im Slefknl worn business visitors to Am- PfovemenH now uitdo...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 January 1916

"FEAR GOD AND TAKE OWN PARI" THIS WILT UK imoSEVELT'S SHI. JECT AT COXFKRKNCK OX AMERICANIZATION. INTERNAL UNITY KEYNOTE Many Prominent Lenders In AH Walks of Life Will Attend nt Philadelphia January 19 and 20. Special to Tho Reporter NfiW YORK .Inn. 17. "fear God nud Take Your Own Part" In an- nounced as the subject of Colonel Roosevelt's address at tho national conference on Immigration and Amer- icanization to bo held under tho nu- spleen of the Nattonnl Americanization commltteo in Philadelphia January 19 and 20. The colonel's address will be given Jonuary 20 at 8 p. m . IV at the Metropolitan opera lioitst. The conference will point nut that our most Impregnable defonsr is our Inlnrnnl lintv iu1.lr.li r.nn nv !ol !.. ... .)(. .i .!. i...'... .i In nil sections of the country nrcrntl and use the snmo language tho same ""1 vnlJho. mmlKat n mion nt Greek dally newBpapers-three morn- ldcala of citizenship the same Indus-A0 YoHrk """InBt visit In 1913 ng nnd two nftcrnoon journals. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 January 1916

I S. ' i iv.sirotm THE ABILENE v.-"w m oAXjuii.i.tfM jkUILENE TEXAS Farm and Community News Examinations and Certificates For Public School Teachers THE IS 'I I ' t w Si OF SPECIAL TYl'JlOin FKTEK HEIU'C'ED IX iWUXh COMMUNITIES Reduction or typhoid rover and Im- provement In sanitary conditions havo followed tho Intensive Investigation of rural communities carried on by the United States Public Health Service! In co-operation with local and state health officers according to the an- nual report 6t the surgeon general of that service. During tho past fiscal years 16.36U rural homes In eight dif- ferent slates were visited and many of them re-lsllcd. In each of these homes Information was obtained as to tho prevalence of disease and Insani- tary conditions and a complete sani- tary survey of tho premises conduct- ed. This was followed by fclnspoc-' tlohs to determine It remedial mcas- uros had been lnolituted. In but a relatively small percentage of the cases did tho pcrosns concerned...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 January 1916

THJ? ABILEHK ARPORTIH AfclLl TXXAK PA OK FIVE liMfctiifliilili ft Backs Dear Mr. Editor: l suuereu irom lame ui nnci a tired worn-out feeling. VMs un.ibl to stand erect and scarcfy ablo to t'ri around. It would unlly come on at first with crick In finall back. I took ono box oT3r. PU' Anuric Tablets and my back-id Pom i.ieiued to get hotter soon aftrfr star ing to lako them. I did npf have walk doubled over ns Lyflld bof using the 'Anuric." IWHs tlio 1hI remedy I have over taken for vvm it i Intended to rcHovfr. I hope woar who nro In need of such a rciriedyjwill kIvo theso Tablelirof Dr. Plercj's a trial. yours truly - A. O. D VICE NOTE: -When your kidneys pet sluggish nnd clog you suffer from . in. sick-headache dizzy spells or the twinges nnd pains of lumbago rheumatism nnd gout. Tho urine - New Strength For Lai ER ANOTHER j4 PLEAO GUILTY CAR FOR CREAM! TO CHARGES AT NX OM: II TO OT SUFFiriLNT TO SHIPPED CONTRABAND OF RUB. ( DELECT CHEAM FHOM THE i BER TO GERMANY IN VIO- FAHMEHNy...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 January 1916

r AQK SIX Thxi BILfcNE RElf ORTER nBILENB TEJCAw. .. j 1 41 M lLtaMUUJJJM0ailllWMBWWMJILMULU.l)JIJlim.l 23fe Sea-Wolf By JACK LONDON n n (Continued from last week) SYSOPSIS. ' CHAPTER I Humphrey Van Wey den critic and dilettante Is thrown ' Into the water by the sinking of n ferryboat in a fog In San Francisco bay and becomes unconscious before help reaches htm. CHAPTER It On coming to his senses he finds himself aboard the scaling schooner Qhost Captain Wolf Larsen bound to Japan wnters wit- nesses the death of the first mate and hears the captain curse the dead man for presuming to die at the beginning of tho voyage. CHAPTER HI The captain refuses to put Humphrey ashore and makes him cabin boy "for the good of his soul." Humphrey sees the body of the mate dumped Into the sea. CHAPTER IV He begins to learh potato peeling nnd dish washing un- der tho cockney cook Mugrldgc Is eaught by a heavy sea shipped oVcr tho quarter as he 1b carrying tea aft and hla knee Is seriously hurt but n...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 January 1916

m imwiiwi iwiiMMwwl1aW Bi r VOLUME XXXV ABILENE TEX IS TtFSlHV .1 t VHY 25 Ifllfi WJMKK 7. 6 ARE KILLED & II HOI SLIDE TWO CANS OF GHEVT NORTHERN III HUM) DOWN KUHAMOlHVr IN WASHINGTON JIT TEX. CATTLEMEN VILLA HAD NO BEX. CATTLE THIEVES CAUGHT IS P0TOSI SATURDAY KILLED BY BANDITS PART IN MURDERS STILL IN MUDDLE LARGE CROWD PRESENT AT PO TOSI TO HEAR THE CANDI- DATES FOR CONGRESS. HURT Vhl-nS' HODY Mint'dHT TO i:l pvso for tncvriKU tion IlUItlXO SATl'RHAY. MAN t'LtnilNfJ TO UK MA.TOK IX MURDERERS OF AMERICAN MIN. MKSSltS. WOOD N VSAMlKFI-U CONFLICTING REPORTS COME VILLA ARMY At EL ER AKERS TO BE EXECUTED Tl'R.V WORK OVElt TO THE FROM TEUTONIC AND ALLIED SOURCES. PASO. THIS MORNING AT 5. MAIN COMMITTEE. CANDIDATES $35000 RAISED IFOR DORMITORY MONTENEGRO HI SfflJ 1810 ACCIDENT Enrnrst Smith of Spokane Hollered to He Only Passenger Seriously Hurt Engineers Had Hellcird Tun- nel Protected From Slides. lly Tho Associated Press. SEATTLE Wash. Jan. 22 Six per- Bona were klllod and fifte...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 January 1916

rAOB TWO ISO! ABILENL ER ABILENE TKXA. Personal Local Household ' 1' - - " --- i T T I TIT- - - . g i - .1 t i t P-Yi Prince Albert is such friendly tobacco that it just makes a man sorry he didn't get wind of this pipe and cigarette smoke long long ago. He counts it lost time quick as the goodness of Prince Albert gets firm set in his life! The patented process fixes that and cute our; Why Bank With US? 4.4. ji. 4. ln the Alamo (Mty. Ho stated that l? hi Antonio was full of tourists seeking a iDDGitvita lj.nim Hl-nfttn. hut that the weather was rathfit cold there except at midday. 1 -. 1' KIKST: ISecausaWc dperale tinder' I ho projection of the Depositors Guaranty Fund. SECOND: We have ample resourc- es to justify a strong bank connec- tion. THIRD: We have. two institutions giving you double service. FOURTH: Qur Savings Depart- ment provide a specially safe place for your savings and you get 4 per cent compounded quarterly. FIFTH: Our Clerical Service is of the Very best class. FIR...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 January 1916

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. PAOlTRREi xc H "M iIlMI2!!!!r!!!T"-''WW m "" M M'' f I P'MWMMIIMMIMMIMMIIWIWWWIIIMMMMMIMMMMMMIIW Ml . )! If iF I H )MilHy Wiwiy lll MlHlfW ! Illl I H "" "TyT"" 1 ..JM " 4 la -r- -j i OMeofWhite 4 H men Cotton is Higher Many lines of White Goods are scarce Yet. prices. With the keen foresight that characterizes when supplies were large and prices considerably I says that 1916 will be a big White season; this Jtffndi terizes the various lines concerned in this sakf. Wi immediate and future needs from this wonerfulj hsing result WvM tant annual event offers large assortments of wanted White Goods at irresistable economy iethohyire anticipated the scarcity of many lines and the higher prices and bought at a time pfrofiT to offer White Goods during this annual event at remarkably low prices. Fashion to our offering. 11 An important feature of this sale is the Better Quality which charac- in favor of ajflding this sale and buying liberally let us urge y...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 January 1916

I (acme you 'continued Ihe speaker. "Now let's w it WngatAff has kept his." With this Wanton went inio the plat- form on which he said Judge Wag- bkui ran ror uie legislature promis- ing court reform utrohger prohibition I laws and abolishing ot tho appellate 1 courts. Judge Bianton declared that instead of strenethcnltie the nrnhlhl- tlon laws Judge Wntatatt had klded T1IK COMIHKSS10NA1 CANDIDATES n weakening them that he had crested WARM IT AT 1HKIHS STEAKIM TKB ABIUUfg BlFORTmrn AKLMVM TMXAM. wmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmdHtmmmitmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm iihiii wmmm RED HOT DEBATE AT HIS FRIDAY CANDIDATES AT POTDSI SATURDAY (Continued from page 1) riUDAl MUIIT. NEW ISSUES BROUGIif IN n new appellate court and raised tho must tint havn nn n.iiiv.i-i a i.mi salaries of the Judges instead of abol-jho has not discussed It with you to- milium iiiviii nuu nun ne tinu nui none nlglu. a single Uiing toward tho court re rorms that nq had promised the peo pie. Men Women and Children Attend and All Were ling...

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 — 25 January 1916

TSM ASIUUfl 1P0T11 AMTLWSM TUA- dfctWuMiiiuiiiliiiii mmmmmm m i n iiim r i Hwhwmiwj FA01JT7B fP irB B V AB ii . 1 fl ' ' ' "" ' " IMM I "' "" '""""- -fMiuuwL i jnu.nuiflLii.H.uiim.i im . Mn nw kmwa.mz.tM.tojuu.niiiimmiUMtut LimiiiumUiwim Hr HwSil liEtfn'. fHlr 11 HKV F rTTn am i Jul Hm V Abilene's Style and Quality Store 10c FINE CHECK DIMITY Re Yd Limit 10 Yards to Customer. Monday and Tuesday 2:00 to 3:00 P. M For one hour Monday nnd Tues- day 2:00 to 3:00 P. M. wo will ncll 10 yards flno chock White Dimity" for coc. Limited to hours advortised and 10 yds to custom- er. 10c Dimity per yd. ... ...5c ANNOUNCES JANUARY WHITE SALE FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY JANUARY 24M White Sale is held in order to enable our customers to replenish their annniw nf White Dress Goods. Table Linen Domestics Underwear Materials Muslin Underwear Laces and Embroideries. The purposes 01 lillS Store IS lUTJiit;r service nc vv inu.oai 10 a vxw uuv wx tomers. Merchandise is bought' and prices are lowered fo...

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 — 25 January 1916

"?" ' IETJ ABILENE REfrORTIR aBILEMB CTXAw. fA01itX Saturday- a Economy Day For Everybody at Campbell's Preparations have been made for tomorrow to make this the greatest selling day in our January Clearance Sales. The big reductions in every section of the store on seas- onable merchandise should easily accomplish this purpose. We can only hint at a few items and prices in this space the store is crowded with bargains like these: Womtn and Misses Suits at JUST HALF PRICE Vomen's and Itliwws' and Children's Coats HALF PRICE Braaes for Women Misses and Juniors ..HALF PRICE Furs in all the popular styles at HALF PRICE Trimmed Hata in desirable styles at meroly fractional Prices. Winter Underwear for all the family at Great Savings. Blankets and Comforts at Special Reductions. Woolen Dress Goods Wash Goods and Silks at Special Prices. Notions small warc3 and accessories at littlo prices. Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats at big savings. Mon's and Boys Sweaters and Undorwcar greatly r...

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 — 28 January 1916

40 Stye SkkUeue Smpwt&tn fUptfti --- ;zrrr''??"?Sl?'iyyi?y wmmuiii wiiii jwhihw.iw iwimmwi hiwhmjiml pjiwiji iiiiiiii t Miii iimHiiVi !! mm irwi wiwiwiiinwrTrrnrriiiriiirriiBinTiiinnrfirnwiiiiBrrriiTiiriiw i wwiMlwfMiwwMiNWir VOLUME XXXV. IHII.FNE TEX IS F1II1I 11 JNI MM 2. I!lfi NUTBKU S -DO ii PAY PO AX ull SAIM SCENE OE UTILE TUESDAV CANDIDATES FOR (ONUHESS HOW. itii close n io vhii.i.ne TUESDAY NIGHT. MEET AT MORO WEDNESDAY I.Kllr New Mailer Introduced in Hieerlio Tiic-da) Hut Debater Got to Mnln Issues mill .11 ml i Things liilcroMing. ' While thero was very very UttleJ new tunttor fiitroilurotl In tin Wng-stiiff-Itlaiiloil debate before the voters of Sambo Tuesday night tin debnte was an Interesting oiip throughout bo- uiUHO both men got down more to Hid ru.il hind Issues of tho cninimlgn atul Apparently forgot ome of the more tiLlnl matterH they lin been nci'U-tonic-l to innklttK l"uicn of. The debate was held In the Sambo Reboot building which was filled to(lt R BaId tmi...

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 — 28 January 1916

PA01 TWO THE ABILKNB Rtt ABILENE. rSXAM. ii lift lJ i 4 ft 4 & f I? t i A V' I h.i mmaiwumuw wt ifcmwtiwww rre Evolution of an Idea $ Since the present management of these institutions assumed oontroji of its affairs we have had a defi- nite idea andjSiirely we are working out that idea. True wo have been retarded and delayed at times but at no time have the evidences of success been more manifest than now Truly we are building in Abilene two institutions that will in the near future attract large attention because of the service they will render. Our different departments are well organized and performing their functions In most successful man- .I.& -!. . .. .-i ... . .... . t. .... 1..fc...1 ria.r .J-- -- Personal Local Household ncr. J Wo need your support and trust we may have it. A ' PERSONALS N. W. King Is suffering from an at- tack of appendicitis. W. n. Walker left for Fort Worth ami Dallas Wednesday on a business trip. R. L Over of the Over Hardware Company spent We...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 January 1916

PAGE flfltll SEW REFUGEE CAMP LONELY 10 His Hat is Again Near the Ring SEM.A.B.CVMMIMG5 i DUAL PUCE; f IOWA. THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE. TEXAB SORROW HOVERS OVER SSSv XlmJWlg'gx. -s?t. ' "" w zHrnif ' ' ". iflfcBIsP ffi&W " msm u) '(H"IT'!I HI) KM) nVlirH VIOLINIST MIOWII.I. V1MKK . OMI..T T tltll.LM' 11-11. lli'lll. I'MUJU tl'SL'UESOP TIIK '.It I 1i. t t.'OUU I II II. FOUR YEAR GARDEN COURSE FOR GIRLS PLANNED SAI.OXIKI. .Ian. 2.'i (Correspon- tciuo of the AMtoelnw. Press! The t mporary Serbian refugee camp lie in the vacant tot Imok or the Russian hi spital. For only a short time ago salonikl was a Turkish Hty and a In all the lending towns In the Ottoman 1-moire each nation with any impor- tant colony had its own hospitals Itst own schools. Its own postofrico. ns 11 li.nl Its own consulate So there Is n Russian hospital nt Salonikl. It is nn imposing and Well ponippwt building in on elaborate setting of for ! pardons -such as nilRlit surround tho railway station of any prosp...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 January 1916

PArti JPPVE THE ABILSNE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. m w I ra. A e lJr ( . 'J ' f I .. iN. I-iC 1 I m h j?HE ABILENE BEMIiWEEXLY REPORTER BY AlCErife IPKINTINQ COMPANY 1022-1028 Noilu Sc"nii Btrt Enterdd nfi Second Class Mall at Abilene' Texm. SUBSCRIPTION RATE: One Year (In adrnnce) .. - .......... Six Months (In ndvanre) .... .11.00 . .50 TELEPHONES: Business and Circulation - .. 67 Editorial Otflce . 829 Boclety - 1097 or 348 Bubscrlbers falling to receive their paper -regulurly will confer a favor upon tho management by reporting the name vo the business officii. 'Phone No. 67. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person flfm or corporation which may bcuir in the columns ot The Reporter will be gladly correc- ted upon Its being brought to the attention of the firm. FltlDAY JAX. 38 1910. URGE DRASTIC ACTION BY U. S. in "tho language pf the street there "was something doliig" In hc lintlcd States Senate Thursday. Senator Hoke Smith" nhd other member...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 January 1916

rAQMnwm MMHHBRBBMflb' SvaJuF reporter Y6u Can't Teach This Old Dog New Tricks By "HOP" m ABB.EMB REPORTER AMILWffM TXA iVant Ads WHKN In the marlict ror any clnsa of tucker rattle seo us bqfore you buy. li'ill Chllders or John Meyer. I'hon No. 757. 9-27-tf ' 1 OIITY lioml of mules ahd horses for halo. Will give time on part of pur- chase. Money to right parties. Ad- iliess or phono J. N Shophord. Abl- 1. 1 1. Texas Houte Four. lt-5-Ot OWN A HOME 23 good farms any Mzo tracts from 10 acres to ISO acres Pric.es $15 to $5U per acre One-tenth tush balance 1 to 20 years 7 pen cut. Seven fine Abilene homes to boII or cvehnhge. I.. U. Ueiiman Broker Abilene Texas. 12-21-St . 1 COW OWNHIIS Save your cream ann i.otlfy ti to collect it with our motor ur service. 30 cents u pound for but- t rfat cash. Anything from 1 pound o 1000 pounds collectod. Nlssley Creamery Company Abilene Tox- s.. Phono 1231. 12-30-8t CIUUST1AN Hescuo Homo "for fallen Kill that have strayed from Jcbus pi t them right wi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 January 1916

M f " f. ft Mae 8tt SAMBO SCENE 1 1 BATTLE TUESDAY I ifontlnued from page li THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAB. one of the strohgcit fobbles that ever properly educated will over become. It was Jack Wills and aftcrwnrd you trembled nt Austin prepared ftn ohi- a boon to any mah Iforeclosed on rorty thousand dollars endment In the; .Interest of northern i hnvo a cotton plank too. I don't worth of railroad stock he had tin as publishers which provided that 'such bctfrvr the farmer wants nnythlng security and bought If In at the sale' books should be printed In Tesns on- better than to be able lo hold his cot nianton defended his plank on for- lv In ease thoy could be printed ns ton over and sell It nt his pleasure tlfying the Hlo Grande saying now cheaply as In the north' such am am- I propose to extend the reserve bank- u would take three days to get troops endment being merely as an excuse ing net one step so It will tako In the there for any cause yet during that for letting the co...

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