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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 January 1916

ZJ" ' THE SCUTARI TAKEN 1CARRANZA NOT GO iNll OT1 "" j If IKE WliliSjIO H. CITY SOW REPORT 9 AblLKNE REPORT! ABILENE. TEXA sUMHVNS UIIO PlllUllili (Ullltl' M IIKTIHI! KOI'TIf OFFKR IN (J NO HlISISTANTK. THREE OTHER PLACES TAKEN Mkl' Ranlloigrod lind Podirol ilzn (l rupfcd bt AtisJro-IJiinjrarlnns M'liinri .Most Iitipnrlniil L'orl liBuriiiK in 2 Wnrs 1 1!. )l I MA I N SKAT OF (JO V- linSMis.vr at oHsrnm fmuv FOR 1'HISKXT. ilfcSMMHN HAl.IiK OF 101.1 GROWTH WSSHU 1MIIIIK TO dANl ARY 1GTH TO ET FIRST FINAL REPORT 1RCII 20 tliuirc ( otiimiuiilimf Until V. Soldier Piiuislcd for rfrJnic on .Mcic8i-2:.0ai) Returned . lo Harder. Thh Mill (.he Itnoutii of I'oKoh S.' Glinted From the (Ton of 1015 Sea lTntid (Huttings Arc 00730 Ilnics. special tensed Wire. ' i MAS Jan. 2 J. Scutari lias been i .pled by Aus(roHungnrhin troops ortiltiR to an announcement today v tlif AiiBtro-Hungarhin hendquar- i Several thousand Serbians who uued tlic garrison retired toward smith offering no resistance. Tlic i"...

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 — 28 January 1916

PAGE EIGHT Ti xi -.BILfcNE REPORTER BILENE TEXA. l i i. -i i:i U .-1 CHE Sea-Wolf coBBfnnasssBammnBBnBn By JACK LONDON (Continued from last week) SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I Humphrey Van Wey ilcn critic and tlilcttnntc. is thrown into tlio water by tho sinking of a ferryboat in a foe In San Franclseo bay and becomes uncoitBclous before help reacheB him. CHAPTER II On coming to M" senses ho finds himself aboard the teallng schooner Ghost Captain Wolf Larson bound to Japan waters w.t- itcsscs the death of the first mate and imnro fim rnnfntn nirse the dead man fur presuming to die at tho beginning of the voyage. nitAPTPtt tit The rnntaln refuser to put Humphrey ashore and makes. I Jm cabin bOy "tor me goou m m B)ul" Humphrey Bees the body of the irate dumped into tho sen. miAPTPn IV Ho liectnn to learn potato peeling and dish washing un-. tier tho cockney cook Mugnugc is f aught by a heavy sea shipped over the quarter ns he is carrying tea afi mid his knee is seriously hurt but ho "'o pays an...

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 — 1 February 1916

-4 J f .1 . i ! ! in i miii i.iiiwaiuMiiMwniLiuiWMiMwi.iiiMrtfLniiii li.niwin m amumv flam ii 1 1 ji i hi Li.tpiMjiwiMJiijmmwmumiiiM mi mut lit miKimmMmmmmmmmwMim-wmwmwnMiM9wmim tw m wmmmammnaiBimi mwwiMiiMmiBiutJM nen mi m mmm . m sw jm iniiiji.Bwwtwwiw.iu-iui.H(iuiiijjiiijiJ.uuJiiiin.i nm miiLn.miJ ' nwwwwwwwwwwiiww 'iim n.n m un ki"w wwjawirojwsai'iLU j mwif w"iwwgwTawim.imwiwuftiwgBwg' UlUttK TKXAS 111) U PtifHfl'AllY 4016. VOLUME XXXV XttfHEK . tsvfmmvn IJUMPWJiMMaWlll MB1 M 9 U llMHIJlUJJa i. i' r . a 100 DROWNED Ummw unLii usyiHiia W'fu! Damage in Arizona Also Great Fern ly ed Mississippi River Flood May Take Big Toll of LivesOther Sections of Country Affected. By the Associated Press. SAN DIEGO. Cal. By Wireless hundred lives lnvve been lost a3 nearly as an estimate can sbawf the charming little valley 50 milc3 north of the Moxban ltc : (bsolatc from jj' flood and cloudburst. With tho death toll H i Otay Valley seamingly established at 50 and all relief agencies w win thai d...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 February 1916

ftsUMTWO TH ABILENE k t'KR AMLKlfS tfKXAt. r i - 77ie Evolution of an Idea Since tho present management of these" institutions assumefd control of. its affairs We have had a 'defi- nite idea and surety 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 sotviccHliey will render. Our different departments are well "organised and performing their functions in most successful man- Wo need your supported truat we may have it ncr. L. Personal Local Household ' FXISONALS j- Iter. F i nick returned Saturday afternoon from a trip to Cisco. D. Alcllco of Cedar Gnp was hero on business Saturday. O. A. Fleming of tho College Heights school spent tho day In Clyde Satur- day. ' ' h. H. Shook editor mid proprlolor of mo Trent isnierpriao. spent Friday aU iternoon mingling with his m...

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 — 1 February 1916

TMM ABILENE niTF.n ABLtEHB TMXA1 PAO THR1I r LITERARY DIGEST PUTS ROOT AHEAD " f ' MHB . -JJK' - AGED TEXAN DIED WEDNESDAY MIGHT 1M1.MVV I. tlOOSIMf VLTHILV Of I'MI WKS. UIKII AT HIS mi: hi no1 u:iu:. a A. m a.' WiUInm C. Itooner ngfil ' ninety years tllptl at the family homo In ihJ city Wednesday evening. Ftinoral ar- rangements hnvd not been nhnflunred ponding Me arrival her Df two son trout Navarro county. leeonetl was bonrln Teonetiseo and cnmc to Ued River county Texas In ISM. Ho volunteered for service In tho hovlcfm war but the war ended bo- fnrn bo rwicln'tl tlin front. In 18iG be moved o Wills county and came to Abilene In 1007. Ho wan n veteran of tbo war between the Slnteg having n commission to gather cattle for the Ccnfoderato ConunlSBary Oepartmntit Ho was a member of the Methodist church for sixty years and was oery where very highly regarded. Four grown feons nurt two daughters survive as well as a widow. The sons nro J. 11. and 0. F. llooscr nf Jonoa tnunty nmf lLti...

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

rMM rou SIIMONS WINS JSECOND GAME DEFEATS SOUTHWESTERN IX HN. AL GAME OF JSEKtES SCORE 2 TO !. s - KOLEHAM LANDS THE PRIZE Xcptoecs HndsoH at Hlght Forward anil I'nlls Team Together When Thcj Were Knnnliig Behind. Game WclLl'tejerf: Simmons College evened up matters with Southwestern University at the Simmons court by taking the second and final game of the series by a Score of 26 to 10. The gamo-was one 6f the most exciting ever staged on a local basketball court and the locals showed considerably better teamwork and all-round ploying than on the pre vlous day when ticy were defeated by the score of 23 to 12. The weather Just cold enough to forco the players to keep Jumping around on tho court to keep warm interfcrred. In some degree to the num- ber of spectators but anything that was inciting in numbers was more than compensated for In pep and en-' thuslasm. There was n good crowd out however. To Ilolcman who replnccd Hudson at right forward belongs the honors of the day- After hi...

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 — 1 February 1916

I Ttt A1ILBN1 KYPOKTER AUTJENI TKXAM fAQM 3 rchandisp is Shown in Many Departments ' A Special Sale Prices on Winter Merchandise We are now receiving the first purchases made by Mr. Anderson who is in market and will show this week many.new items in Ladies Spring Hats Coats Skirts Children's Dresses Silks Ginghams Percales and other lines. To make room for heavy Spring purchases we are offering phenominal prices on all remaining Winter stocks of merchandise ll'Aiif CnvSmdtf BR A M Pretty Spring Pi SB n IB US I Or ow m issplay Taffelas Crepe dc Chine GcorgeLle Crepe Novelty Plaids and Silk Shirlin&s are thcbig'ilcms in Silks for the Spring Wear. Tal'i'elas in solid shades of Navy. Hague Blue. Pink Grew Green and Novell v Stripes and Plaids 36-in. Wide f Priced . . . 91.00 Crepe de Chine in all the desirable Spring Colors 40-in. wide; Priced ; k '.....-:... $1.00 Georgette Crepe in Pretty light' shades for llie dainty waists; Priced . . . $1.35 Novelty Plaid Silks stripes etc $1.0...

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 — 1 February 1916

f r TO ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TKXAi. TTHESk i 'ii.r- v- -SSESSS""" . M H (4 fo& $ iVotc; s. The Time To jBiij Clothes Z.0O& at fie Sodtnts We Arc Handing Yoit v The. public's tremendous response to 'our previous nniiounccnienlk of this sale ol' clulhing is a Lrib- ule to our policy oi- trttih- ful advertising as veil af to the worth of the merchandise involved merchandise from such houses as virschbnum and Slein-Bloch. a. n. k. Co.. wis ifyfJ PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER READY FOR TOUR 6 I lespite the heavy selling our stock ol clothing still has a good selection of styles in a variety every man wants. Suits up to $30.00f or . '. . '. . . . .!..... $17.50 Suits up to $22.50 for $13.85 Suits up to $15.G0 for $ 9.85 Suits up to $12.50 ipx ; . . $ 7.45 Overcoats to $12.50 now. $ 9.85 Overcoats to $18.50 nW :....:..... .$11.95 ffi? M$Wt "BBMBwBwBr.' v ' ' " vi m' ' X' ffilr . IbIbtICbwbW Vl as I Wi . J Brant fHBBVBflMVA'' jV V CASING OFF WATER- r .' HI IESI WELL W ;!' J'lUKO PRESENCE ...

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

Stye SUftkni giroi4PielUg VitpttX&tt mt m m wwwwiMwwwtUwn VOLUME XXXV. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 4 1916. NUMBER 10. t i ? pk - i fc V .' - fs TREATY BILLS ARE FAVORABLY URGED PAYMENT TO COLOMBIA IN PAN I. AlA CASE HEDtTED TO 1.U(I0- 0110 IN ItEl'OKT. WOULD BUY CANAL ROUTE Senate Foreign Hclntlons Committee I-mora ii I) Reported Treaty to I'll) Nlruingun $1000000 to llnp in Fniiccu lhij. lly The Associated Press. WASHINGTON. Fob. 2. The senate ForelRn Hclntlons Committee toclny favorably -reported f tie long-pending Colombian treaty mincing Hie pro- posed paxment to Colombia from $2Ji.- 000000 to $iri00().0yo and altering the proposed apology of the t'nlted State for the partition of Panama. Senator Clarko of Arkansas Was the only Democrat voting itgnlnst the bill. mc committee also favorably re ported the treaty to pay Nicaragua 13000.000 for the Canal route niitl nnval banes In Fonscrn Hay. i ' i DIG INCREASE IV DEATHS. LONDON Feb. 1 When the full statistics for the metropo...

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 February 1916

. YAM TWO 7KR AHILENB KI tfitt ABILEHJB TXXA1 !" xKxsam Personal Local Household of ai cea - '"l hf&sj -iv WMgeawwMMwiiMWafcaeaE: i m uliiinii i ini ! i "" iiiiuiiwjiiui.1i nil iiAii. MNillNln H .mijmmmMi.imiimii i. n The Evoltiii$ji looseI 1 H 1 i I i tl o t Since tho present management of these institutions assumed control of its affairs we have had a defi- nite idea and surely we are working out that idea. True we have 'been retarded and delayed at times but at no time have the evidences of succ.MS?beeh more manifest than now. Truly wo 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 ner. Wo need your support and 0 FIRST STATE BANK Guaranty Trust Co. HASKELL YOUTH L RILLED BY TRAIN (JHADV 'IVIUTMIHE MET DEATH tXIIEll M. K. & T. WHEELS NE tit WAl ') S VJTKW.W. Special to Tho Reporter. HASKEL...

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 — 4 February 1916

PAGE THKEfc onrtr-n im cbb It's Six Weeks More of Wjnter--Sun or No Sun! By "HOP" SEPCRTER TUT. A r li k REPORTER ABILKHB TXXAM ESSSEpg"WER&5 SAE SORT T3. hSLl WHUTSltt -lUFT sWHVOMAKE. jpiF OU ICMW HOW f ga.xj-. . . fegT . ijgiws- .---i.!.--. m 1 Farm and Community News OFSPECIAL INTEREST TO FARMERS NEW CHURCH FOR HERKEL 1 Want Ads WIlFN L the inarU'i ror any chi bicker uUtj' ee u- Ik fore you Cecil (MiUders or John Aleei. I1 No. 757 9' i hi - lnitTY held of mules and horses for H.tle. Will gtvo time on part of pur- chusc. Money to right parties. Ad- ? or fibotJi J- N. Shepherd. Abl- 1. ne Texas. Jtoulo Four. ' Jt-S-Ct . COW OIVXEIW. Save xaur cream una ...nif ... ..Minf ii wtiii mtr mntni- iMotit it with our motor nr nervite. so ccnti a imiind for but- . '..... ... . .. . ... t.-rfftt. rir-h- Anything from i-pound ui i.co' iiouimIh collected. N'ssley .MKIIKKIj Texas. Feb. 1 Work ol tearing down the Presbyterian l S A. church has been begun prepara- tory to creeling a new build...

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 — 4 February 1916

r I r n . m i A ?! f: t i I l : i " I i "m bAQEtXKSX 311 tRrf ABILJBKB REVORttSR nBILKNB TEXAw. 11tIllt!fr$IMt'WJ5MtLYltl!P01tBKk Jt ife AfclL't tft minting! COMPANY . Entered A Sccpnd Class Malt at Abilene Texas. '1 SUBSCRIPTION RATE8: - One Year (In advance) ... ..............$1.00 Six Months (In advance) ...... .50 telephones: Business and Circulation v .. 6? Editorial Office - .829 gjclety ..S - u 1097 or 348 -i. Iglfcceas would entail tides ho iniaglrte that no more atras and ammunition would cross tfio Atlantic to England . anjl France! ? It might Interrupt the steady flow but portly until jho machinery with which iheso nnis and ammunition: arc being mado could bo loaded on railroad cars and carried up Into Canada. The net results would bo the removal to Canada of thousands of workmen Or the los3 of tho jobs and a change In the western ter- minus of the merchant ships that are now sailing be- tween NcW York and English. French and Italian ports Mr. Henry Is doubtless confident...

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 February 1916

TO ABIMtfflE MPOKTU A11MI1 tMXM- I ... nn T NGREASES: 3 MORE LEVEES BF REFUGEES FILL CITIES; DISTRESS CRIES EROMJUMITH VICINITY Eastern Part of Pine Bluff Is Under Water State Prison Farm at Cum- mins is Believed to Have Been Carried Away All Trains Are Running Many Hours Late. My The Associated Pros. ITTi: HOCK rk. Feb. 1. The jtihII in tho Arl.niias HIut flood dN. trlct was Inrrcnsrd' tmlii Ui t'tc l'ciikiiir til two additional In cos of (ho railroad one nl Vw.nrt. Homllm p town which went out wirlj this ntnrnlnir mid the ollur til UcClcluitd which Is reported to lnno jrlicn way lit II o'clock. Ihcry rllj ailjiu-piit io (lie flooded elites ami (lip flood uicu are filling nllli refum'cs inanj of mIioih Iiimp left all tlielr possessions ami flea for their Hies. 'I lie situation at .Newport anil McClelainI is reported to lie very "prions and unite fears are liclntr felt for thp safct of many residents in (liosrt sections ( ( Cries of distress came from the Fort Sniilh Uelnlt) todaj. ...

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 February 1916

-Sv-Jffrnr"-VP'- XRB THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEkv. pr&Q&Jl -fjggtiB ptw TX - T ...... 1 ' ' .! r ".'..' .-.. .-- I - .. ..... -i.i -in. r.-TTTir i I Fi . i . ii. iii- i i Ti.i. i . i in MMllMdiidfrwMfcllWWlllIMlWI II ll Up 1 w n Mil IWIIIMlMMHimi iflnf II I SMMMMMIMMHHlpMWMMpNNMnPPllIWMICmnMMinMI IBBBBBBlZMMP2BBBMCMMiimliiMBBJHMP . .. ... Uiip.i.iiriii iii 1 1 -" ' WWfflm t WWlWWMtfrMW'1! BIWtPi UW' ."IVJwjilZjyfcilll I M" HH W" 'W? Pfffl&j tm iPMiJM ii HTWtm i'uyii4iiitww uf l"l. . . .. iMinniffift iiiwiwinimiia wn inini i -j II It U War With Mexko It i Very Mitch Debittd Qiestion But Everybody Agrees That The Beaten Qmnly Nursery Go. Rogers ArkaM Is tlfe place to buy the best bargains' in strictly first class high grade state inspected fruit trees berry plants grape vines ornamentals etc. for Spring planting. Give us about five minute of your tittfe nd be co"yrCeJ . aVlns. offering you the greatest bargains you were ever offered in nursery stock. We are located in...

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 February 1916

M. k !fltlE ABILENE REPORTER AMMEICE TEXAI. rmmX. Children Cry lor FietcSier's n mmkm m fi 1 J ill The Kind You Have Always Bonglit and -which hns been in use ior over vv years lias bornothc signature at ' m anil lias been uintlo turner his per- sonal sunorvlsitm Rlnrn Its fttfnnnv. Allow no ono to decplvn ton ftt this. All Counterfeits Imitations and tTust-as-good are bufcr- Aiviiiiiviiut unii irniu wiiu jimi cuuimirer mo iH'iutu-or. Infants and Children lixperienci ngaiust lisiigrikunt. jF uZZttZZ r ww ' vCi What is CAST i f orm COTTON GROWERS l-fi SAFE AND FACE BIG LOSSES nt Mil if allows oi- Ti;it):tv to PL VI' "IIAUMMMIAU" V.U HII.TY OH (OTTUV. siwiii is tarn GOIttGTQKEYWEST I. S. Kl'int ltlK IMHM FKHiMi UN I0ll.M;V 1'NIIKK OWN MTU AM SAYS WlltLIKSS. 3500 POLL TAX ECEiPTS ISSUES TAYL'Ott (OVNTY YtiTKHft i-(i:aski smi oviili last YKAKi l0t5 IN IHY IS'. NO CASUALTIES REPORTED BIG RUSH IUE EAST DAY Farmers Should Stop Practice - l-'Innlliur Hnlf.nmMIiiIf Crop-As Injure TIicihbcHcs...

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 February 1916

"WwWimi )t"V"J" 2C - f 5' PAOE.EIGMT tjuji mBIl jjs BEPo&-ryjh abilxinis vr -''" - I K 't.&"'lfjsjt fc dZft WMMWMMMMl if I I. 23Fe Sea-Wolf By JACK LONDON '(!' n.. SSfSrSli CHAPTER I Humphrey Von Wey- den critic and dilettante is thrown Into the water by tho sinking of a ferryboat In a fog Jo San Francisco bay and becomes unconscious before leiHCtac9 hlm' ' CHAPTER II On comtne to his Binses he finds himself aboard the .v.....b Cw.uu..v.. u..uo v-.. ....... """icueii irom a smaii uoat. i;uhuw uuuiiu io iupin wuivrs ii- qossea tho dc.lth of the first "mate and hears tho captain citrsd the defid man ft r presuming to die at tho beginning of the voyage. C.IAPTER lit The taiitaln refuses to put Humphrey n&horo and makes him cabin boy "for the good of his w ul " Humphrey sees the body of the unto dumped into tho sen. CHAPTER IV He begins to learn peUlto peeling and dish washing un-ia dcr tho cockney cook Mugridge 1b caught by a heavy sea shipped over the quarter an he is carr...

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 — 8 February 1916

I)C SUxiletie Bmi-weekln J i i i i i T VLtpmA yiBwium uam wnwwwwwwwpynni iwwpw'iw ihiji iir .ma m m VOLUME XXXV UHIKM TIMS FlH'.t IM SI016 t UBFI II. i T SALONIKA REPORTED TEUTONS - EXPECTED OFFENSIVE ( wwiwiai iuiiiwiwiwwiw'iidiiu i imui iwiimi twww mm liSBBHHB nil V a BLANTON DEFEATS WAGSTAFF IN COOP PREFERENTIAL PRIMARY Out of 2442 Votes Cast Blanton Got 1266 . Winning Taylor County's Nomination For Congress By Ninety Votes. With all boxes heard from Judge Thomas L. Blanton won in the county preferential primary Saturday over Hon. J. M. Wagstaff by a majority of ninety votes and will according to the agreement be- tween the two candidates be the one from Taylor county to oppose Wm. R. Smith for Congress from the Sixteenth District. Interest in the election is evidenced by the heavy poll of votes a total of 2442 being cast in the county. The Your boxes of Abilene combined into tv-o. cast 1208 votes 550 for Blanton and 658 for Wagstaff a difference of 108 votes. Merkel ca3t 329 vot...

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 — 8 February 1916

PAGE TWO TICB AbtLENE i I i F.R ABILENE TjRXA. U- I I ill i J ) i A HIS I Wtr w c iTcnrwi Hi if de I'ini te purpose. CeiHainly we are striving primarily to make dividends for our stockholders. Hut this is not our main purpose by any means. We are building two institu- tions here whose services are destined to T'eaclr all the ramifications of the com- mercial Hie of this eoifntrw We know we have the idea we hope we have the ability. Your continued friendship is desired. First State iaisk Guaranty Trust 6 V - "" " ' " - "" ' --t . -. - B n OPTIMISTIC (lEW (Continued 1:1 u iivuuiy uuBiiuwii ui iv uuiusti uiiiu ucuuiuii. w uiicunsiTasge uac ttccmsa net 10 tcao tne conduct or tins momentous affair longer in the hands of Bernstorff.'but has verey. ' TfteMoltau comments surprise of the German people at j A. 0. num. tmvelitig fright finduiff the Lur..-r.c matter still unsettled. The paper quotes from 'agent for the Snw W was in-Ab'i-vhat it claims 0 uo American defense of the sinking of the...

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 — 8 February 1916

pm THE ABILENE "RTER ABILEKB &XJ PAGK THREE - NDIAN BILL IS FAVORED IS. MOHR IS FREED OF CHARGE if. wMfHLimnMn iiMipnw.uLNiinnwwji'i mmnKmmMMwpmcmmmiimmmmmmmm bed& rute.me o SWV TDmses II JIOI'HK TAKES FAVOJtAHi: ACTION OS flUA.VrtMJ CHIMTAWS APPRO PHIATIOXS. ACQUITTED OF ('IIAKG1'. OF ISTI. GATL3 MlHtDEtt OF llfS- HAM) I1. MOHK SfcWcftows Hve Iks. Come m Sar aw& Se 'iVim FINAL ACTION THIS WEEK NO HOES HMIfD fA ' . 1 fc 1 Further Amendments to lip Considered --Distribution Would Amount to $700111)00 If Put Into KlfecJ. By The Associated Press. WASHINGTON Feb. fi.Tfie House the committee of the whole today agreed to n provision In the Indian bill bo n h to make n $300 dlRtributtnn to the Choctaw tribal fumta to each Choctaw In Oklahoma hut declined to provide that the distribution not bo made until a court ot clnims had passed on the claim that the Missis- sippi ChcctawB have a share in the fund. The distribution will amount to $- 000.000 The Housn disapproved of the appr...

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 — 8 February 1916

ii.Htf i -i.ifafcMnti.ri i tbteimfiiitrifi&'itomfri Ai rotrjt Xfit ApiLWCE REVOHTllt aBILEMS CTXA and Express Now Brings To Complete Our Spring Stocks Every Freight New Merchandise II 4 ft ' lg"' -W MLV- uj4s4&t4k . I Me landmen juiiffmck fm ifl rt- i l n; fv t ' t 4 n f i i v 11 l?S ' 41. S tH i'-l ir-i I in Mm Conditions sale On account of the situation in the Wholesale and Manufacturing centers and the tions for Sorine: business. Fore-seeing the advance in prices on account of the ket we placed our orders early this means that until present stdcks are exhausted we Children's New Spring Dresses presses at 65c Large assortment of the" New Styles and mn- ' terials in Ihe New Spring Dresses ranging in size from age 3 to 14. On sale now 65c to .' ?...; $1.50 NEW GINGHAM FOR SCHOOL DRESSES. Along with oilier merchandise Gingham has advanced materially. Our present stocks were obtained before Ihis advance A splen- did Gingham in new Spring patterns now on sale per yard 10c : PRE...

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