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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 February 1916

TA9M TtTM 'I'll ill w vmvmmipipmMnmvifiiiM llll'HII IIU IIM.H.I H I II IU1UIWI I j i !!! W jbimi BIG CLO SALE DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY? GOODS SOLI) AS ADVERTISED. QUAL. 1TY COUNTS HEttC. OUIl REPUTATION 19 OUR CAPITAL. TVli DOST SPECULATE. Eclipsing All Other Sales of Dependable Merchandise i m juiw . mmMMMB nnji fwwwa aw l wmiwnwMHi TJDB ABILENE JLEPORTElt ABH.EHE TEXA The Mays Dry Goods Co. has Bought the Economy Cash Store HI L s THA ft KRUPT PRICES 3BSS We Have Bought This Stock to Sell and Have Made Prices Tfiat Will Sell It We mean what we say. Tijis stock must go. A big stock of dependable medium price Dry Gobds Clothing Gent's Furnishings and Shoes to be sold at wholesale prices and less. We believe in telling the truth therefore advertise the truth. Nothing reserved in this sale everything goes at CLOSING- OUT PRICES. Only a limited time to clcjse out this stock. For lack of time and space we only give a lew prices oeiow. we guarantee ar saving m.airgooas irom zoy0 to 0U70...

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 — 8 February 1916

IA? X KX AUILENi REFukCfcK Aixxfo2 WrV svata MiMMmMRiin "1 III j ( l! -t i t H l f I War With Mexico Is a Very Much Debated Question But Everybody Agrees That The Oeiifosi i-.ouirl'j Nursery 60. Rogers Arkansas Is the 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 minutes of your time and bo convinced that we are I offering you the greatest bargains you were ever ouered in nursery stocK. we are located in the very heart 01 the uzarks. in one of tne unest mm sections 01 tne worm juemon uounty 2riuni5iis uwus ib umuiiwi u a..B I more acres in fruit than any place in the whole world for the area it covers Our trees are propagated from the finest varieties of fruits and healthiest trees grown. They are first class in every respect. Guaranteed. They are grown I by an expert nurseryman a man who has been on this job more than a quarter of century. This stock; mus...

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 — 8 February 1916

X THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENETKCAl. vAtfiivnm SCOOP WPOME Scoop Started Reporting Feb. -5 1912 Happy Birthday! By "HOP" .'juwmjh jjiimw inDiuuiwmBiMmna of m :v tr ' - (stf Souw SCOOP - tOWWKtH'ffl ANNIVERSARY OP "fOURFRST I'l APPEARANCE ONTHJOe- HENCP BtRtHtWf CAKE! i The character of a Bank is measured by the composite character of its men and this intangible asset is the origin of confidence in all banks. Citizens Ha tional -AND I QETrnHMrI YTjh NOW- T 7v v Y&k ' ' "N f'L- uu.- lN.rL-"A 2ZT??-" L""1-? ri. ASSfctVn M. V . "vVMVKj-r-i -l CrtO-r- VLm.VREW5TpBU3iv ; p-Jst.niX --&m v r VTWS ?S?. uA. . u ofiBQ'T -jh rauR. rr raaw aaaa rv a; cxwx:.v&3k -nA .oc" fMF M VumJ I " CANDLES f 7frWX HUM r VCSWlJSSJ ?. j&ifflib N -cST V TMlStiSe fyJP-SHB. ( 7 OUTV : vP. X Wam) Ja??! Yl$fflltfjra. 1B5$S.TS i a''M sv "'X A 31 if znr mwtt. m jk Mmrj-frjfaa:jii sxnx A lUllllIMMIIllIIMIIIIIIIIMIMiMI III II 1 1 111 .imiiii 1 .. . - WM" 1 . u.ui mBmmrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmKmmiULuw...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 February 1916

T1.S wBILNr REPuitf Fiv ABILjiSNK iiiA! &r TIT T ft BT. Bn II mrt if ' nil "v '"Jrr A. "l LHJ usaKisa&afi5i'3.i S3&3S3&tB68JR& ST o AfaiZ Orders Filled at Sale Prices Mail aAd Telephone orders for goods advertised on this page will be promptly filled at prices buoted.. Goods will be sent charges prepaid. If you cannot attend the sale mail your orders or 'phone 207 Read the Offers on This Page They are all remarkable values of the once-a-year kind and found only at Campbell's The prices in thi3.sale are evert lower than our usual clearing prices. They are for a purpose the "clean-up' of this season's stocks. TA9K EIGHT fir-" -"" ' v ' i -. i . .. . .J jJL..'l.U.-l. S3SSS5SSS2S5SSS5SSSSSMii555S5 G n I'! t; ! ttt t 'i lJ 11 FEBRUARY CLEAN-UP SALE A T FINAL PRICE REDUCTIONS PURPOSE OF THE SALE: A Quick Final clean-sweep of Winter Merchandise throughout the store THE STOCKS INVOLVED: Standard merchandise includ- ing incomplete lines and stock balances in all departmen...

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 — 11 February 1916

t je biknt 0eml4tleehto m ii i n. i n i..... .iiiiiiiinii i .111 ui mini iiiiii. mm mimiiiw n i iiuui i wmKjm9mammmwt VOLUME XXXV ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY FKHHl'AHY II 11)14. NCMBKR 4 M&p&tttK F prik i i SI. GLAIR IS HELD AT IN MNG CONNECTION WITH IMS . LITTLE KATY ELIZABETH ST. CLAIR EXPECTED TO DIE AT ANY MOMENT AT DALLAS FROM WOUNDS RECEIVED- LITTLE HOPE FOR HER. lly Tho Associated lrrsi DALLAS Tex. Fell. iU-Therc wns little hope Hits morning for the life of little Knty Elhuilirlh SI. Clair (laiiiili. ter of 0. St. Cliilr who wns arrett- ed In eonneetlnu with Hit murder of Ills wife nnd Mr. Will TVHMns ii fsItor !u the home. Intense excitement 1 -nii to pre' nil In Uio Mlnpiis section mcr the nrrest of .St. Clnlr lnt nlelil. II hrid lieeii lireWously reported t tint hvo tramp who were sii Id to Inue hcen nclhiK in n suspicious ninnncr Mould lie nrrjte.t In connection with (he murders the moht hrutnl eer Knomi in thul !ei'- Hon. ..The Mingim murder mterj took toll of Its third...

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

I-y - . it ' TWO """ztXW XXK AILMCE lu. IE AMVJaOt. TULA. 3- SSlW j t . It i a k f ' I s j1 fl d t ; If C 1 3 T A BANK WITH A PURPOSE We tiro here with a definite purpose. Certainly we are striving primarily to make dividends for our stockholders. But this is not our main purpose by any means. We arc building two institu- tions here whose services are destined to reach all the ramifications of the com- mercial life of this country. We know we have the idea.-rwe hope we have the ability. Your continued friendshipis desired. ifc l - -...... . . . I . I. - T I 1 . ' 1 "0V I " ! Penonal Local Household PERSONALS. G. Marvin Tliaxton returned Wed- nesday from a business trip to "West cm points D. II. Johnson a prominent hard- ware merchant ot Roscoe was a bus- iness visitor in Abllcno Wednesday spending the day hero with friends and attending to business mattore. Mrs 1"r SEWS BHIEFS. Will Admitted to Probate. Judgo E. M. Overshirter Tuesday morning admitted the will of Mrs. Mar- tha Kersh...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 February 1916

t i - 'war" "ytp& ' THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILKHB TKXMM PA01 TSRSS Farm and OF SPECIAL The County Demonstration Agent Is at tho service of the citizenship of tuiur lounij. some seem to nave nn men mm tney nnve to pay to event a call for him Is put In. Such Is not correct. Tree service Is rendered. Therefore hereafter whenever the Farm Agent can be of any service do not hesitate to phone the Abilene. Chamber of Commerce and leave word for him to visit you. Much trouble is being experienced among many milk cows from what is termed garget. At any time the cow's udder shows symptoms of this trouble strip tho glands clean thrice dally and employ active rubbing nt each milking with fingers and palm or the hand using lard camphorated ointment or some good substitute. It may be nee- eisnry to employ fomentation with warm water. Tho Farm Agent has located several cases of cowpot. This Is a form of contagious inflammation o the udder which may readily be spread froih cow- to cow by hands o...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 February 1916

'Sfv U w i I ti C I ' ) " ( ; lit c 1 t t l 1 1 i J i 'ti fe I I 51! ft . I t 5 9 M nit t 1 i i I i?AM FOUIt 9 mS -4H ..ti -i-L. jLHli ABILBME fcEMI-WlIKItY HlPORTBlt BY AilLtNE PRINTING COMPANY 1022-1028 Noilh fctcnnd Street. fi Entered as Second Clas Mali at Abilene Texas. auiisCRirrrok rates ! One Year (fn advance) ......i.. ............ $1.00 Six Months (In advance) ........ .... ....... .50 TELEPHONES: Dusincss and Circulation j l - 67 Editorial Office --- - 2 oclety - 1097 or 348 Subscribers failing to receive their paper regularly will confer a favor upon the management by reporting the lame vo the business office. 'Phone No. 67. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or cooorallon which may eccur In the columns of The Reporter will be gladly correc- ted upon its being brought to the attention 6f the firm. THURSDAY FEBRUARY Ml 19lB GERMANY HAS MILLION AND HALf PRISONERS. Germany lias captured a million and a half prisoners since ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 February 1916

TSM A1IL1W1 ESFOKTU AWUMTI TKXJkM. fir ' 11 .V Excelsior Wonder Knife With Punch Blade Worth Its Weight in Gold to Every Farmer Stockman and Sportsman This illustration shot the actual size of bales thnt may be out with the leather punch blade. En YoUr Good Friend the Parcel Post Will Bring It Free and Post Paid 17 1 ' This knife is it marvel of mechanical ingenuity. It is Binrnle. Convenient Durablo and Very Strong-.. Especial care has to be taken to make this knife strong enough to do good work and ot not he any more eluinsy or awkward to carry than an ordi- nary jack knife. Besides the largo blade which is 2 84 inches long this knife has a smaller punch or ItEAMER blade 2 1-8 inches long which will cut holes exactlyjiko those shown in tlie-abovJlhistktidn. oBth blades are of thfe finest tempered steel finely grotmtOwd polished. .You can not buy this knife tiny where for lcss'tlifin $1.50. Thl handles are hand riveted and made of horn. It is really a WONDER knife. The small blade ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 February 1916

(-. PAM'gXX TLJ3 aBILNe RBPoiJf ABIliiSNfc VtA S i In ' I ! Li V IH m i pi i 1 14. K 3 i' ? f I I I I" J J! Ifie Sea-Wolf By JACK LONDON b Mi "If (Continued from last week) sYaorsis. CHAPTER I Humphrey Von Wof- itcn critic and dilettante ifl thrown into the water by tho sinking of a ferryboat in a fog in San Francisco bay nnd becomes unconscious before help reaches biin. CHAPTER II On com'.ng to his schses ho finds himself aboard the sealing schooner Ghost Captain Wolf Larson bound to Japan waters wit- nesses tho death of the first mate nnd hears the captain rufrse the dead tnnn for presuming to dlo nf the beginning of tho voyage. CHAPTER III The captain refuses to put Humphrey ashore and makes him cabin boy "for the good of his soul." Humpnrey sees tnc uouy oi mo mato dumped into the sea. CHAPTER IV He begins to learn potato peeling nnd dish washing un-( 'dcr tho edekney cook Mugridgc is caught by a heavy sea shipped over tho quarter as he Is carrying tea nft and hlB .knee Is serio...

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 — 15 February 1916

BmBJBmBJBJBMBHBjBJBjBmBJ mill ii ii i i ' VOLUME XXXV ABILENE TEXAS TUES I) IV FKHhTAllY IS ilH(S. NHIBKK & PRESIDENT VISITS YOUTH ACCUSED OF NO SUCCESSOR ACTIVITY ON ALL WAR FRONTS LUSITANIA NOTE FROM BERNSTORFF SINGER AND ACTOR WHO MARRIED FEB. 8th. E T WITH MRS. WILSON HE TAKES A LOOK AT SOME PRESENT-DAY PREPAREDNESS. HTl'llKNT OK rXIVERHlTY OF WIS- C0S1N CHAH(lEI) VIT1I Mll(- DEIt OF NUEETHKAKT. WILSOX HAS SOT YET AXXOrXTED IMPORTANT INFANTRY OPERA BERMX OFFICIALS RECEIVE C03T. XUNIl'ATIOX AJftf HOLD A CONFERENCE. HIS DECIKIOX OX THIS TION8 ON THE WESTERN MUTER. FRONT. 0 1 MURDER R N r X ft Went Aboard Battleship Pennsylvania and Partially Completed Super dreadnaught Mississippi Saturday. Ilv The Associated Press. NKWPOItT NEWS Feb. 12.Ptesl- dent Wilson lodny visited Fortress Monroo and Inspected the great gunB that gunrd the Chesapeake Bay. Ac " cpmpiinted by Mrs. Wilson he landed from the Mayflower and walked through the reservation. Tho Presidents party wnB invited to at...

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 — 15 February 1916

jo..aHS. seiarS. a5rasr-sEr-2!3f8BBPBsr .( - M M ' I - l H I !. 'I i l'l t! Ii 1 1! ftUMTWO i :rc . i ii . MJwiiiiMzrxiiiiLLijiMj-rr A Growing Commercial Bank A Well-Equipped A Legally Organized Savings De partment These represent the exceptional facili- ties we offer you. Come and take advan tage of them. Our courteous service will appeal to you. First State Guaranty '.V. Exclsior Wonder Knife . With Punch lade Worth Its Weight in Gold to Every Farmer Stockman and Sportsman $&$$ i This illastrntion ho:va tho octunl lie of holt it thnt may bo uii viiti. tio IcctftwputchLJaJc. Your Good Friend the Parcel Post Will Bring It Free and Post Paid This knife is a marvel of mechanical ingenuity. It is Simple Convenient Durable and Vory Strong.. Especial euro has to he taken to innhe this jenife strong enough to do good worjc and et not he any more clumsy or awkward to carry than an ordi- nary jack knife. v Besides the large hlude which is 2 i-4 inches long this knife has a smaller nnnch...

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 — 15 February 1916

PAGE TJiBJUl m BwTwltMin'Ciflri'iiMWi l.'i YXM ABILglfB JtEPORTZR AUklKB TMXAM Dumplmg Per Sept Stews and Fricaskeed Chicken Left overs of roast lamb veal or beef the cheaper cuts of fresh meats and fowls too old for roasting make deltdous and nourishing stews. K C Dumplings make them doubly attractive and the whole dish is most economical' an object to most families while meats are so high and must be made to go as far as possible. C Dumplings Nevada Briggs the well known pert. ourl S level tcasvoonfula K C Powder: 4 teasvooiiful sail. 1 ftening; mxlk or cream. jeiher three timej the By Mi baking e: 2 cup) liamng cup em Sift t flour bi into thi and ui nake bitcuu :ing powder ana salt; work the shortening cream or milk to lets tuff than for bugh i ism down 17 to that the All liquidflgfffnot cover Jfe meat or chicken. Add kYa cud of coMwater to stop its boil ing mH Stop uieMugh in large spoonfuls on to el the illiai or cnicKcn. v.uvcr auu ici Ml again for IS minutes. Made with K C Ba...

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 — 15 February 1916

lfl)M il WWIWHBiMWmmiiiii WJL.:V'Wt-At5CMBa i:a(BW(SMaUar:2raKS!l IM ABO. KKVORTBIl VOJmTMXAM. Vr WHPWMBPWWWB" mil mil mirt Hi mi KWMaHMM New Shipments of Ladies' Hats Suits Dresses Coats Skirts i ' 1 And Other New and FashionMeMerchandise Will be on Display Monday i Saturday's freights and express brought us large shipments of Merchandise that will be on display Monday. Beautiful New Hats Stylish Coats Suits and ures- ses and other items throughout the store make this an interesting shopping t place. Merchandise now being received was bought betore the advance in rrices. i r New MuslinflUnderwear Men's New Spring Hats U ft I" k ' t I 1 jram1 We invite you to inspectK J ?j;4 ill I v Spring anc Summer J Xi llnl Models J rj -jJmnjfr m oats anc Suits xJ KgClJ'Yr A Fortunate Purchase -JK fPP M V 11 and sale Ladies Spring -V I If-f- m & l Suits and Coats: choice O Jg 11 Jf these Suits and Coats at v f "NVo have just recyivod. the entire Spriiig.Suiniilu line of XcT'rieilihnii and Sou...

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 — 15 February 1916

JI ?A01 flfH SCOOP ftEftMTER An Ounce of Medicine Is Worth a Pound of Sneeze Ey "HOP1 1jmm i wmmMKmmmHmsmBBKRmj The character of a Bank is- measured by the composite character of its men and this intangible asset is the origin of " confidence .in all banks. Citizens National Bank CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200000.00 III tff - "B !!- -Vs..- iff '' "'ll1 ' - '"""M1"1 - L ' mmummmmmmmmmmmamm inn i.hi..i mm iii i niiiii.i i in I. - iwiiiiiiii 1 i mil iiMWMimmiiMMMiui !i 't- MY HUNT FOR BIG GAME WHEN A BOYI By J. A. Cnrey. In the year 1SG7 my mother with run up to gtt a shot nt him and ho her tamlly which consisted of two would rush nt ub and tho dogs would Ktrls nnd threo boys moved to Mont- grab him from behind. That would goinory county nhd settled on Caney cause him to turn around then wo creek then almost a wilderness with would give him a mlnno ball In the but few people living near forehead and ho would run for about The land was very fine. We plant- n quarter of a mile then stop and fi...

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 — 15 February 1916

msssmsmmsmmKfi. X wgwsiwgwwCTararr'g'gxs - -. jw"ww? U1st PAK 813 ThX jiBILiJjcj JtEPoAtfEiv ziBn.0rTK 'r r.AH WWMiWIMITO'i'WBM8IJ.J8WU' $ li i H fci t It r I ti i wnffwwwgw.t'T; Spring Models in High-Cut Boots 1 Wo nre .now showing advance Spring styles in' women's high- cut bdotsi comprising a variety of the newest styles in plain kid leathers patents and white kid. These smart shoes are the correct thing for early spring and for present wear. Lace arid button style1? cut on high arched slender lines. Fashion decrees tho vogue of high top hoots for early Spring and in accordance to this decree the demand for these attractive boots is daily increasing. In quality style and finishing details faultless. Medium weight solos and Louis XVI heels. $3.50 to $7.00 GARRISON 10 QUIT POSTS INIM DEPARTMENT Wilson Finds Himself Personally in Charge of Army Increase Plans. Garrison Declares He is Oat of Public Life for Good. i 0MiMMMSBESZiM .tBBSi TT BED-RIDDEN 58 YEARS; IS DEAD 3TBS. 3COLLIE FK...

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 — 18 February 1916

I VOLUME XXXV. ABILENE TEWS VHIDW FKIJBl UtY IS 9lt. M.HIIEH II. IAN 1:1 1! -DALLAS MAN LOSE LE U F i I. 8 P. STOCKHOLDERS FA Judge Meek Overrules Petition Which Char- ges Receivership was Instigated by M. P. to Gain Control of Tex- as and Pacific. By Tho Associated Press. DALLAS Tex.. Feb. 10. Shortly nf- tor tlio Texas & Pacific Rallwny Com pnny receivership hearing begun in Federal cv.tirt here today Judge lid- ward 11. Meek on motion of the com- plainant the Hankers Trust Companv of Now York overruled the Interven- tion petition of th" stockholders. The stockholders In their petition charged that the receivership proceed- Ingn were instituted by the Mlsnrtiri Pacific to gain control of the Texan & Pacific. DALLAS Tex.. Feb. 16 The npplU cation for a receivership for the Texas & Pacific Hallway was filed by the Hankers Trust Coupany of New York. December 2" 1015 alleging default since 100" on Interest on the $25000 000 second mortgage. Tho petition charges that the ne...

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 — 18 February 1916

FAOBTWO sw TWt AftlLBKE XKFoKTXS ABTXJWH TKXA -" mw s&uz.:: mo y. ; ea i a mt - . . . . . . i. ii . i.. mil I II any vw t-1ftmmrnrmJtri I ill 111 1 r ii if I.' t 1 i; H j I :i 5 I A Growing Commercial Bank A WellEquipped Trust Co. A Legally Organized Savings tie partment HPIf!WP These represent the exceptional facili- t tieswe offer you. Comeand take advan tage of them. Our courteous service will appeal to you. First State fiiiarantv v "ST. CLAIR HOT GUILTY" ' SAY DETECTIVES bollcltntion of Deputy Sheriff Loflln. '10'" nt Baird Mond.iy after a visit FORT WORTH Texas Feb. 11. Loflln assured the Fort Worth off!- vfth fiends here. Detective Tont Jackson of tho Fort duls that Jncksou would not bo asked Baylor Crawford returned Monday Worth ' police department returned to stay at Mlngus longer thnn two from Lornlne where he went on busl- home Friday night after tlireo days of or three dns. regardless of whether neiw for tho Federal govornfent frultlens Invcstlg : . i of tho niyster- ...

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 February 1916

fk JKEFORTEK ABtLXKB TUXAJI PAQI THftSft SCOOP THE CBB REPORTER One Time In Scoop's Life When He Was TOO Tall By "HOP5 The charatter of a Bank is measured by the composite character of its men nnd this intangible asset is the AHAT WHILE. HE STOOD ' rUETSSEBYUHTRYir- TAlKlNfrTOTH UU wowr STAND Rt&Mr UP DUCK- HE WOULD NOMCHAIEHTLYJ CUOSE-THATS WHUT6MKES SWlNfr HIS FOOT LIKE TWS-. ITHARD-ANDWECARRX CLEAR OVERTH ONACONVERSATWH SHORT ONES Sfi1i-J.WN BEAN AND AN OLD BIRD DOWN AiAIN fOTfl"Hiurr SMfcOJSAT WITHOUT one by its teeth'theh rm'SHowwvr .TOUOHlWr HNiHrmR&vwv .HIM- ASYOOSWISirj AB16TSUSK1NNV ouRFaor Qn about as lALLAN'THlN AS You AND A OVER MY HEADHOU origin of confidence banks. in all V -StfC HU SHORT RUNt ABOUT eVfSIIE AtfSOMH'BlG- BOY WAS SO LOOSETHATr - 1 .& .7.1 '. IA. X . 7 'HBLMnGr ymmr emmmmf MkXMJtm mum 1 ( i 1 in it Mk ittv " 3gi PIBKSflf tOhSyp'nSH 1 1 iw iai 9i.4y r bbl ieeeLHKVk. re''eeeeeeHTee IcLLrB? I yf BpM M XJHK NJlSN. Sb. HlKilHKlk. . NlH. TtB VS. JlT...

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 — 18 February 1916

i u y 9 r 6 P 0 j h s I tf 1 i - 01 1 J 1 ( f !i IP m t PA4I TOTE &a MtrOJlT mBILIKX TBXAw. 'i?&E ABILUKE SEHtlWEKKLY 11EP011TJBR BY AtlUENE PRINTING COMPANY 1022-1028 North SCond BtreeL LYON SAYS ROOSEVELT BE NOMINATED. ' K Kntered as Second Class Mall nt Abilene Texas. General Cecil A Lyon has returned lo Texas from a' trip lo New York City announcing that Roosevelt will be the next nominee of the Republican party. The Re porter has contended that much for some time. The eiinar.ntirririM datcki One Year fin advance) ... $1.00 Progressives may merge with the Republicans but Mr Six Months (In advance) ' .60 ''yort s wrong about it if he thinks the Democrats will ; merge with the Republicans as he was quoted- as say ing. The Democrats arc going to nominate and elect Woodrow Wilson. TELEPHONES: Business and Circulation . 67 Editorial Office - 829 Society - 1097 or 348 Subscribers falling to receivo tncir paper regularly will confer a favor upon the management by reporting the ...

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