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

F1VB H5SSSHS5 y - .-t WILSON CONSENTS NAME BEING USED AS CANDIDATE INFORMS OHIO SECRETARY OP STATE HE IS UNWILLING TO ENTER CONTEST FOR RENOMINATION HOWEVER. J tly The Associated Press. WASHINGTON Feb. .President Wilson today gave his formal consent for his name to be used as a candi- date for renominatlon. no torn me secretary oi unio staie'rnrr jn ni -riir. urilnmn "wvu i"WBUaJ'i but two chests of silver one to tho commissioners court of II dnlgo coun- be was unwilling to enter tho contest Wllr AM IHI- MhMHrKii mornn f Longview and at BnM0 d d thc t wah lo bc a8ke( rt wmher of rnr iin.iift.ntim. tint i.ni in .on ni i HLL III JILL MIL mLniULnU assumed charse of thc locnl branches "'. ' ..: ..r ......." . ' " i.-li.t... ....i.. ... .!.. imi. t to permit the use of IiIb name In tho touting prinlary. In order that tho Democrats of Ohio might make known their nreferennes. L EKIIITV ROYS t MIEK DIUECTOlt TAKE I 1 VTIilillll ACTIVE MILITARY IIRILL. .Umenicnt Wn Organied Tuesday and Offic...

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 — 18 February 1916

WOe ABILfcrfts MPoktlkj AHtbnKM9n WOULD AMEND ' RESERVE ACT MILITARY GO. IS ILLITERACY IN MUNITIONS PLANT BURNED MDNDAY FLINT MICHIGAN BANKER HERE FRENCH CRUISER ABILENE OIL IS PRACTICALLY SURE LATIN AMERICA SUNK HY A SUB NOW SURE THING torn 3cany peedoe support of ivde- penrent military oroani. zat10n at meet. KEAntKS AS llicm IS EIGHTY PERCENT OK THE POP- PI ITlOX (1ENEHU HLKCTRlr CO. HUIMHNG WRECKER FlHE BEINU MYSTERY. ' v DETAILS ARE WITHHELD CASHIER OF RIO INSTITUTION IS WAS SUBMARINED OFP THE SYR' lN COAST OUFICIALIA N NOUNCED MONDAY. SUIPI.E OP CHI BE OIL FROM FOX pe'reral RESERVE IIOIHII SOIL HITS ANNUAL REPORT TO CONGRESS. SIOCKIIOLDKRIN AN till. LENE RANK. WELL SHOWN ABOUT TOWN MONDAY MOHNINU. EI AGAIN RUT 1H SOME ADVANCE BEING MADE IS PLEASED WITH COUNTRY RAFT . IS PICKED UP SEEPED UP FROM SAND WIDE CHANGES ARE URGED Sfronil Meeting Mill Up Held lo Per feel Organisation About Thirty .Men Hate Pledged Their HHppori. Many Indians Scarcely Out of Barbn. Burned Rnildlntr Wfli...

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 — 18 February 1916

m Ain.Mfl XXtOJLYKK ABIUGHE TRXA1. TAannxvtn mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmeammmmm 1 ! Jflfe Knows He's Well Dressed Who is TAILORED and PITTED instead of just being "clothed" ' He knows it when he MEETS and GREETS people he feels it in their hand-clasp and unconscious nod of approval: He knows it when he wears KahjnTaiIored Clothes $17.50 to $50 for they certainly stand for all that is QUALITY.and QUAL- ITY insures SATISFACTION. MMNi New Spring Models and Fabrics now on Display at Our Shop. WW hi Br li &Zi&. fifty! ksswki EBWK5D 1 Stetson and Trimble HMTS In all the new Spring Models are be- ing .shown in our windows and if you like what you see call for what you want wo jmvo "EVERYTHING NEW THAT'S GOOD" in HEADGEAR for Men' and Young Men. $3.00 $4.00 and $6.00 m iTwIf. P? "wwu'wp m mn&ssm Mingus Bros. Men's Quality Outfitters 1 Excelsior Wonder Knife With Punch Blade Worth Its Weight in Gold to Every Farmer Stockman and Sportsman TJui l!!ulriti"on horra Iht. nclual ifse of holes tha...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 February 1916

f PA OB EIGHT nt rtrtll KN. rtJBFUKVBK AttluifttjK TlOCK h Sea-Wolf tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmaa By JACK LONDON "tr ttr i Continued from last week) siKorsis. CHAPTER. 1 Humphrey Van Wey den critic and dilettante is thrown into tho water by the sinking ot a ferryboat in a tog In San Franclscd bay and becomes unconsdoUB before help reaches him. ' CHAPTER II On coming to his senses ho finds' himself aboard the toallng schooner Ghost Captain wolf l.arscri bound to Japan waters wit- nesses tho death of the first mate and hoars tho captain curse the dead man lor presuming to dlo at tho beginning of the voyage. CHAPTER III The captain refuses io put Humphrey ashore and makes ! Im cabin boy "for tho good of his soul." Humphrey sees tho body of the ..interdumpcd Into the sea. CHAPTER IV Ho begins to learn ntntn nnniifirf nml dish washing un der the cockney cook Mugrldge Is aught by a heavy sea shipped over lie quarter aa he Is carrying tea aft) sUd bis Unco Is seriously hurt but no. .'ne pays ...

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 — 22 February 1916

IVMMMtMMMMMM ) . iiin.Wa fci VOLUME XXXV. M'MBEtt 1 HULK'S 12 TEtfAS Tl'KSDAT FEBK1MHY 22 191(5. NEW MOVEMENT fEPPARD OFFERS ASIA AND AFRICA SISAE CROP GERMAN "SPY" ONDER ARREST HALL ATTENTION AVIATION CORPS TO MASSACRES CHARGES POSHED SEVERAL BiLLS WAR h HX PROPONES I'LyVX AS SURSTI- tfti: h)h'(jovehnmems cov TlStiVfll. AltMV II1I.L. WANTS ?200IM)0 FOR INVKSTHIAT-'TAKE MORE PROMINENT PART.IN IXTERXATlUXiVi IIAUVESTEII CO. XOH IXt'MXED IX 8EXAT01H. Ali CHARGES. I. T. I!NC0iN CAl'tJHT BY REtEC- TIVB AFTER ESCAPE SEV- ERAL 11KKKS AGO. LAXSIXG SEXDS COMMI'XICATIOX TO AMERICVX EMHASSY AT COXSTAXTIXOl'I.E. SENATOR ROBINSON CLAIMS TO HAVE SECURED ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE.- 1NH AM) THEATMEXT OF current War news than 1100 (HOIiEHA. EUROPE. "'''"""'mrbrrwr" N FIGURE CHAR6ES BROADER louoocauiEntiED Representative ('hitiuherli'In of Ihr Mennte Ctiuimliti'c Yloiild use Men In Genem! I'lnn for Training Reserve Officer. liy Tho Associated IVosb. WASHINGTON Fab. 10. -A scheme for expanding the civilian...

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 — 22 February 1916

IX MbiLMHk hi 25 ArtTTJUfK. XMJU. gjjg !! !. !! I. Mill g-T yB B II HI M.l.ftj ! aZ'3SP!TZ-m'mLTm)amm9tm0WK ..-JS3E3B .! i&tiS&Z1 I J f 5 t i i if J .1 I 'I i w hi 'i I A Growing Commerckl Bank A Well-Equipped Trust Co. mxf A Legally Organized Savings Dc ' partment' lxx These represent the exceptional facili- tieswe offer you. Colne and take advan tage of them. Our courteous service will appeal to you. . i First State Bank Guaranty Trust Co. - W Mtt4HAiw M T. W LrfA.libkf W 4m-- & s mmrmmmmmmmm m J mm m m m m iiiirviPlifflfff I mwm I l. .. .. 4 ' PERSONALS. port the farmers of their sections busy wlthwintcr plowtngi j Mm. Lewis Knloe of Morau Is tho guest of Mfs Tom Hurnstdc. J Rev. nnil Airs. IL A. Klmhroueli and S E. Millard of Iberls 'transacted family left Thursday for ShreveportJ business here Saturday. i't . wncro they will wake their homo 1 irA ttk. -.. t. 41.. 4. . I. ... in' Mr- nri trd T U ointiA wurA (n " .Muau riniiKiiu uua ruiutuvu i" Saturday from Potost sh...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 February 1916

PAaCTHRflB MEC ajsrjKiirm HOUSTON MAY BE HANS 8PHDIIDT IS ELECTROCUTED WIPMnnWtl HtMII W W MI'lllMiWMiWIW'W'tlU)Wli'W'fATlfaA''tl iWmrHi&r4mtesinmw lww'iwfttf mv'iwp l'li MftHWAf JJjyi m araffWggwwffaM m-"mnieMrm MmeAvrnxm-jisamw m mnwiii imw mrjg'rvmvjmiwrvjt TOTWJWtmygr tt ?"$. &) ftj KUutWMuni vvki u-jwjftw ? vwmmi'v&m y i y m www yj jji juphiiiwibu i ii u iMpnwiiaiii wi M"B3HNNflnRaHJNVqMPII"MWMrinMMWMllJri pAwwfniwwwnww ''3veT&eo'MwMV&vs WAR DEPT. HEAD lit ADVANCING ADHvmw aXa xec fcd &l $.00 Sve Wyv& oj T&Wxss vow. romiint tcxa nssiEiti:n as NITOEHHOlI TO limm:y ' OAKtIIHOX. iiivi: reached point ; mji.ks FROM TJIEZIRONft IMPORT- AT PORT. I'RIKKT GOES l"FT.TKltnGIV TO in; ith for mukdeh or V!Y Al'MrLLKU. .feVfetv&s vyAVV aW admits mm 10 com WAR NEWS LIGHT FRIDAY ASKED FOR FORGIVENESS av(i aYvaa:$5 tec o ii Vvaa awa a .jvvess va ave cuVremsV moaevae On Wny to CnMiirt Mrollnjr Hut .Smil- ingly llefinct to TnlkAffnift In Hlintie lo l'crmlt Chang...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 February 1916

tmmmmftmmmmM'.im t a"w. Ja- ' l r '. t? p.-l nr ft A ' 3-43 ?1 4s & 1 1 S I I i- & i t r ! i P- F0u EMIHIIG TRIAL 'WILEY HOMO Jt'RTHER PARTICULARS Br TMK gmeTlXfl AS SITES BI EYE WITNESS. TRA6EDY0CGUKREDAT1 P.M. n iS'rfghhnrs Regarded Norwood and Rwker us flMrt Friends Prior to Shofrf lug anil Knew of No TroH. hie Hrtrrecn Them. Special to The Reporter. ANSON Tex. Feb. 18. An examin- ing trial for Wiley Norwtod charged with the killing of Lv H. Becker Thurs- day afternoon lias bcM set for Satur- day morning at 10:0u o'clock Nor- wood was brought to Anson about 5:00 o'clock Thursday afternoon and soon after his arrival the father of defend- ant and Attorney .1. F. Cunningham ennio in from Abilene and held a con- sultation with the prisoner. Decker was shot to death near hla barn shortly after" 1 oclock Thursday uucrnoon. "winci miorney buiiboii ffIu" !t!-0f ARKS' utwui o.iuiui opus im uuu jUS9 ArUo morris is hero visaing stretch of wator evorvthlnE wob found 'eradicated there...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 February 1916

m AMTUPHt MffOKCTIt AlILErTB TKTk WPStlwCTMtMSMPdUSSlSSMMMlMI-llW dnnnt) tk Scoop Found He Wasn't Quite Soon Enough By "HOPf ujjji. nEpomn Depositors Desiring all Hie advantages of a thoroughly established bank wit hnniple protection in . fWEU. SIR-TSt TES 8R0OW Wf OLE. " i PBtM'-OA& PnPTUU E-mTrfa ww: ' hue oont know wvoherto snm. HlMOR NOT-N060IW SeeWSTXMSHi ils resources and conservative muiag men I Vill rind satisfaction in depositing WITH ; I )DOHTVCN0WWWeTOeRT3iiS5jS; CvHeftE? UW-S(R-TiirE& BOUT NEHlHlOlWk'kM'OMTH'N . jHrusTX AVE HIM OR NOT ! !-!? K!"i rte-XU. ( NEW AiO THAT BOTTOH M TES HAPPENED 8M6LV trCT N S I peMTKWOWWHATT'DO!-? 5iHSS MAEHIM OlCAPVVEt "TO ftHDAOLESUWWRlME TH&fi-TOO J BUT WOW.S.-rHL.te5' TeA"WE XArlNBERWllifca (NVEHTtON AN'WMIHIT- j VlATE V .1 i x it'cp i niruncftKiLrD.i -----" v av i w . j. uiunKtmoNnta v . gK JHE5-I U-tC5H0WEMBMW JPT) Pcij .IS-Jv. VM3RTH SWN f BANKERS' MEET HERE TUESDAY i" v I'Ol'K lir.MlllEl EXI'K(Ti:i) TO at. ti:m slvlnth m....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 February 1916

iWK . 1 W J A - t ' r TKX hDlWj! .tPtftlrtK. ABIliGiTB (fatt T" NEW SPRING ry t i ri .. . Mi. i 1 ' - - '-' '" ' " '--!-"."." '" "" ''- i. urn. IWJ...I. i in. iOjiii.mii. .. ... ' BW ' f a. s 7 . ' ." r P?eg. ... tiff Fr I ' r-4 1 1. I Lir ll 1 til H I is Crowding Every Shelf CJoiasiter asid Baek UISIT ABILENE'S STYLE AND QUALITY STORE THIS WEEK . .:' 1 Before the rush of Spring shopping begins and at your leisure look through the stocks of beautiful Dresses Suits fiats Silks Dress Goods Riisiin and hundreds of other Spring lines. The prises on present stocks are lower than they will be later in the season when we will have to pay the advance prices fire-orders. ::::::: r The Sills Dress es Mow on Dis- play are Deaufiful Me iJnd&mfPni & MVVM;frTnrJ&m&'rtfW.WZSrJ7Vto v.. Adler'sfNew SpringSuitsrMeii All Wool Hind Tailored Suit $16.50 Try on these suits and compare the values with regu- lar :j20.00 suits ami remember Adlers suits arc all hand tailored and the cloth is ...

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 — 25 February 1916

Utpantt VOLUME XXXV. M 't M PEACE TALK IN THE COMMONS MMti.isr unntr.u ft isi:s tjii: 11 lstiox AS TO HOl w lit At iv nt: i:mi:i). ; IS ANSWERED BY ASQUHH m infer Declare Statement Ii Hnscd Jiulnl) on The Statement Tlinl German Socialists Arc Tor Pence. Hy Special tcnseil Wire LONDON. Keb. 23. Philip Snowden I oeinllst member for lllaclcbttrti took ndvantngr Of the discussion of the gov-i crriment consolidated fund bill In the House of Commons to raise the (pies Hon of conditions tinder which It votild bo possible to brliiR the wnr to nit end with tho'object for which the lIrs were fighting icallxed. He con- tended that the prolonRatlon of the war could only be Justified by the ex- pertatlon that through Its continuance tlio Allies would be In n position to dlctntn Huch trim's as to seen' the fu- ture peine of Ktirope. The Speaker ('ecliire.1 Hint all natlmiH especially Oermany were driven to realize the ( fntllltv of fiiilltarlni nnd that the time v as Hue for a movement In the dir...

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 — 25 February 1916

PAOk TWO THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. V i" iim ii i . I ! i "' - - i I. i - I I I -- . . i 1 . I OUR SPLENDID FACILITIES INCLUDE Tki services f a progressive gnwiRg eem- mirciil bank with capital surplus and profits f $125090 and deposits of nearly $500000 Personal Local Household The services of a trust company with $100- 000 capital with special cattle and real estate loin facilities aid performing all other trust company functions. Services of a regularly organized savings department where interest is allowed at 4 per cent. liero to Walnut Springs where he went Into tho bahRlng business and Ins been successfully conducting ft Itnnk. Ho was greeted on the streets Mon- day by many old friends and acquaint- ances who liml not seen him for the past fifteen years. ' ' DMIugnMied Hunkers Hlncd. Amoilg tho bankers attending the convention hero Tuesday wore J V lloopes of Uallns vice governor of tap I'EIISOXALS. 4 'i' 4 C Jonnell left "Wednesday morning for Western points on busin...

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 — 25 February 1916

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. BBBBBh-T ' ' ' - - ' " ' i m ! Mi i mn i 1 i - ' SCOOP SpohS Scoop Knew What Mo Wns. Doing By "HOP'! ' 1 J M .... ositors Desiring all the advantages of a thoroughly established hank with ample protection in Its resources and Gonssrvative nianagnmerii will find satisfaction in depositing WITH JL p CAR.-HEADED tOVMRD OUR. SCJTSt l6S - K Vaav5 Malit y .V- VtuvruiTvl H05S -! V -. .. 1 n ravvwi Vn tta t 53 ;? xm -jl 'jot 2- wfrx r . - w a ---- - r-rir-i iimnniBii iMniMiiiiif urn 1 1 . m .in .jn w n .i j i lj i ijiwmi it pwi.ii i w in n '! !' " ir in " M"M'""" " COLONIAL Y0UN6 LAOiES SERVE ATTARIE3 AC riM IS AoLto Or Hi ANCIAL KING! Itatston. Snyder: Hugh Horn Sn-.i'er; Nenl S MUrtc Seymour; '. T) Vaughn. Colorado; F. Clement Stamford; K T. Hlsrlnhnlh-ni r'm Wains; .) A Hnrr Crow Plains: J. IV ponriiprion. Fort Wnrfh; (1 1. wwt Port Worth; C. IC. Hnrr fro PT".ln: !'. C. Wind. Hamlin; J. A. Clr-mfti. Putnam. II. S. RtiPker. Mlngus: M P Smith Fliivntm; V...

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 — 25 February 1916

FAGE rO0H THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. atoB ABltENE SEW-WEEKLY REPORTER BY A&llENE PRINTING COMPANY 105S2-1028 North Second Street. tm ! Ill . Ml I! . III il I inrf.tmmni.n II II b. Ml Hlll ! . Entered ua. Second Class Malt at Abilene Texas sUBscmrrioN rates: One Year (In advance) than iMr. Wilson or of leaving that office out of con federation. "The President however let It be known that ho Is. not a candidate for rcnomlnnUOn or reelection in the sense of a self-seeker hut father of the receptive elior- nrter. If hla party doBlrea hi in to continue In office . ft .$l.od ired as on enuorsompnt Of what lie has done or tried ie iuy cnapqroneu. one may count vj mr amain- nwtuy m m and as an expression of confidence In his Admin- !7??ro l the fashionable nietnpot- Theaier. the dnails at wj .' . it; h' theatre and leilco. To look at her Macy's deft finger made f Ion. To nil nnncarnnccs. the Pros dent's ronoml- '.'.". r." " ... .. ... ... 1-....1. .. ... ...... ....... .k .i. ....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 February 1916

& THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. JT jBMpWB ' - V r .v- HI 0 I More Pep and Enthusiasm Shown Bankers' Meet Than Abilene Has Witnessed in Many Days - -3 y. n--inMSlTiimi ItflOrgt Washington ftlW tho inventor Of modern banking fought fer attention in Abilefe Tuesday and the banking end of the fight won ottt by ft lon hand TTin rtnB5r. !i !. ! i i ii i . TI10 occasion was and at tlllB writing is the annual convention ol thti Seventh District of the Texas Bankers' Ansociation. The El.nth it th largest Of all the seven districts' both in tioint of ... t - ..i-t. .i iu- .m. .. .i - rzztz: rZn xn rxr:". " ?ii .......... .. .v ... . av. illlo to Eallinger and San Angelo man bt ought in the North Texas it irw uunursa uin'KeiS rom ail parts 01 tlie district are I) ere have a good time. Enjoy yourselves a large share of importance n.e not mentioning the Plving- Squadron of Eastern and Texas bankers that you will remember Abilene farmers have been severely trituisod Who came in from Col...

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 February 1916

"Art? jrx - -i - --- - J r 'I ' i --"-r' -' 1 - -- --- -- -. --.--- . T n fl-r . . Farm and Community News OF SPECIAL Milk Testing and Handling or Dairy Talk delivered by S. A. Ml- of securing such useful characterli- near. Taylor County Demonstration! tics It linn been found Hint they may A. x A l.n...... C9n. I 1 IimiimI A nitltln' Meeting February 22 nt Wichita Falls. Milk testing has a far-reaching vnl-l no in developing me uniry cow indus- try of a comity. During lOliV the farm demonstrator of Taylor county ran approximately 1000 whole milk tes's nnd plans are about perfected to do at much of this work during 191G an time will permit Usually the dairy cow U known only In a general way. MI1V testing provides information on butter fat nnd milk production. Suppose that during tho period of lactation a cow Ir found to he producing 1000 pounds of milk with a 3 per cent butterfat test Iter butter fat production during that period would totnl 120 lbs. I usunllj figure that butter fat ...

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 — 25 February 1916

' THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. nfM Krvr; mmmammmmmmmmmmi "1 4 STEAMERS IN ASK FOR II. S. LETTERS 1 KOREA PEACE AT ANY . We (lave Secured the Silling Ajticy fir flic Seldbrstei Li RESCUE WORK PRICE SCORED AKK (TI1U LNMAMKU IN lti: UV.V MOHK AI.OM1 TUB MISS. ttimu: i.bvbbs jikokkn NBNATB OTBS 10 IlKf lM'OUMA. SK.IIHM1 IMIIUT LOIHir S'M UH : I till .HH-fflF '. Q ? TIO l. (OltltKHPOMl. bck. Hi:i')iii: nir. h isiiiMmn ASStlCl VTI. fii ; i r ffl' 1.000 BROUGHT TO SAFETY Kpfnft'ps Marooned at cnelltoii Arc Kr TiikTii to Milcbe?. MlUslPlt. Jloiuln Olliers to He llcsctictl. ' t ifc Mlin Aanr.fnln.1 frnaa 1 1 NEW OlUaSANS Ui. Fob. 21. Folir I (rnitH't lire nnttinlv aliened! in ros- y no work along the Mississippi River where the levees have broken wlthlh iHt li.l Iri-fi .Iriia A thousand persons who wore ma- ROOT'S ATTACK IS CAUSE AiMiiHrit President For nt Prelecting AgninH Hie Occupation of UU ghini. it .Vutrul Counlrj lir (.'erninif. In the Easter Parade jou'll hiT mum K.IIN-TAII.()...

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 — 25 February 1916

?AE EIGHT THE! ABTTENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. I ' I- k c m A h 1 I : It W m& f l Uln r. 'I r Sea-Wolf mmmmmsmmmasmmmmmmammmamtOBaaaBm By JACK LONDON n n (Continued from last week) SIKOPSIS. CHAPTER I Humphrey Van Wcy- den critic and dilcttuntc b throw h into tho water by tho sinking of n ferryboat in a fog In San Francisco bav nnd becomoa unconscious before help reaches him. CHAPTER- IIOn coming to his Bt:ti!ttB ho finUB himself aboard th sealing nchooncr Ghost Captain Wolf Li ron bound to Japan waters wit- noses tho death of the first mate and lirnfa the captain curse the dead mat fnr oroBumlnK to die at the boglnnltiF of tho voyage. CHAPTER HI-The cntftaln refuse to put Humphrey nBhoro and makes him cabin boy "for tho good of hit E ..WHNOT CAPITAL CELEHRITIES ATTEND CELEURATIOX U HEATHS LAID OX TOilD. . Dy Tho Associated 1'rcSB 4 UiU Fob. 22. The nnt p'tl pnit homage to George ton today ! ' ti ont Ullson Secretary of State Liftuliig Ambassador jusscr and other celebrities att...

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 — 29 February 1916

cj l)e Stbilen &mri-tPieftlfl flepxrrtee VOLUME XXXV. aiiii.i:m-: tuxam t i iim pkiiki'Hiy & ioib. xrMBhK it. : CRUMBLING UNDER GREAT (HUI IQFFENSIVE M n l: l a MO PROGRESS E ON ARMY INCREASE 1IOT1I HKNATi: ) IIIM'Si: COM. MITTKKS NKKM .MOHK l'. Villi- AHliH TO 1'HOI'OSVI.S. AGREEMENTS ARE REACHED Nome Doubt Still Ktpremcil iv to I've of National (.ininl Nan! Pence .Strcimlh of li:llilo Men. MAY DISCUSS iHI I'OSStlll.li I . n. AM m:iiAY .11 HIUTIU: 0. IHIFH.NHIVK All. MAMII.NT. NO CHANGE FOR WARNING Jly Tlio Associated Picas. WASHINGTON Feb. Hi. A drawing tendency to provide for a regular army reserve! In ndriitlo.i tu tlio rogulnrai'uy and a federalized National Guard was manifest In both the House and Sen- ate military committees today Memliei'B of liotli committees Knid that they favored n practical tost of thn possibility of forming a Federal voluntary force In peace times In line with that similar to the continental army plan. The apparent Intention of Congress to aband...

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 — 29 February 1916

"J tt: . Vk 4 1 "I'lJJ mii;t"i J . njpjp" :& V Bi ff P. -H' -.?: &. ..! M-. w dm ?' m i mi S Jr II B Offlco5 '" f I Af T is Mr if . THE ABILWfK HEFORTER ABILEHE TEXA8. OUR SPLENDID FACILITIES INCLUDE Thi services if a prigressivt gritting cm- Mireiil bank wilfc capital surplus and profits I $125010 aai dtposifs if marly $500000 Personal Local Household mil im i i i n i n in i ii in i ' ' ' Tht services of a trust Ciwpany with $100- 000 capital with special cattle and real tstatt loin facilities aid performing all other trust company functions. Services of a regularly organized savings department where interest is allowed at 4 per cent. 1'EHSOXALS. H. U. Six was In Abilene from Joiloa couniy Saturday. J. It. Ashby who has been to Fny ettevllle. Tenn. for three weeks rc turned to Abilene Friday hfternoon. H. N. Collins of ninckweil spent Saturday hero attending to business matters. Air. and Mrs. Dan T. Laughter spent Saturday In Cisco vtsttlilg friends in.ikliiir tlin irln in ...

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