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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 September 1914

wuimv.mmimmm wttommmmnMiiUil00&i 1 (Iff f ' ! IK ol ' Si 1 If il In I P m m ww W i mF ESBBSSS i t YKM AimiHlJlKPOilTBIt AlILRifJS TEXAI. NC 1 COURT DOCKET IS SET (Continued from page one) Indictment! The body however. In busy. AIIM'ST TEH. HelUng ot ruse fpr trial. District Court of Taylor county Testis. First Wrrk. WKtiNRSIJAY September Srtil No. 394 CltlJ'.'iiR Lumber po. v.. ' c w. uniiicy n ni. IMI'ltHIMY. September 3rd: No. 327 Honirr I KnBlerWood vh. .1. (1 Nowton ot nl. No 3267 I.iiIa 1). Hanah tty Next Friend vs. Mrs. Newt Hnrrlinti et nl. (Set for 2:0Q o'clock.) Second Week. WKDNRSDAY Bitcm1ifr nth: No. HUM Tnylor County vs. Tlio IwtrincrH and Merchants National Honk. THURSDAY September 10th. No 3304 Henry James vs. AddUmi I'.by. No. 310."i Antonio Arellanos s Jw Arellanos. J No 330C Flrat State Hank & Trust To. vb. W. C. Polrce et nl. I'lllDAY. September llth: No. 29M A. A. Auli t nl.. vs. Kd t irkrraott ot nl. t No. 3i!fi2 Chnrla Htovnll vn. Jan. Morgan ot nl. No....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 September 1914

(Etp Atnt jttofrteeehfe Reporter voi x.m ABILENE TEXAS FMbAV SEPTEMBER II 1914. NUMKft 71. MAUBEUGE FALLS TO GERMANS; NO OPTIMISM IN THE EMPIRE Armored Automobile mnd Aereplmne Gun Used by German HANS STILL RETREATING;! TURNING MOVEMENT FAILURE 2000000 RUSSIANS MENACING HEART OP GERMANY AND . VETERANS ARE BEING TRANSFERRED TO STEM COSSACK'S MARCH ON CITY OP BERLIN. mm and mm Austrians are Forced to Retire With Heavy Losses Kaiser Protests to Wilson That English Usinff Dum-Dum Bullets Austria OiTera Polish Jews Political Equality For Support State of Sicj'c Proclaimed Along The Holland Coast. BERLIN. (Bv Wi&wLto the officially announced tiiajf&that the lauon. Aiie uermnnsjjjjrctt lour generals 4Uuuu men and 400 guns. " BER&N NOT OPTIMISTIC. Berlin is not so optinUitic today. The city is anxiously watching the East where the Russians with 2000000 arc menacing the heart of the Empire. Rounmnia has 200000 veterans ready to come to the aid of Russia. With Austria facing a rev...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 September 1914

THl JUMLIHI JUHPORTI. ABIL1W E TEXAt. TWO S23MHIIBBSSB3SM3BSZHiMMaM 35HspSi"i.SiiiOfci8fci"" THIRTEEN IN IMPRISONED IN IS iw I MAROONED ON ICE wru&i& PrtfrewiveieiJ Witk Dae Coiservitism Has Built the Big and Lasting Institutions E OFF HEME ISLE TD BUY COTTON w 5 t v 0AH FJtF.VF.VrH HF.HrtF.lt8 PHOJI FAMOtS KM'MIHliK NAIII NOT TO SAY8 THU TKAVKI.IMI MUX Ti:XAH WILL ALL Hl'i Art MUCH AS HALF. OF i:nti:i:im. tiif mi mi Jlt'IltMi TODAY. UK I I.HJILHIATi; HAAUEH of ii:ath. PSPES STEFANSON THING MAN ADVOCATES CLUB iiSi""'tflsfci DKLA MA IN 'lHW jJi. iiFy rmtMtMMfWmt. -r'rM ATL' f 141 jmx i&saifi . -kJMiv . . fc ! ti m m m A Progressive yot conservative policy has made The First State Bank & Trust Co. the successful institution it is todny ml-n coiitinuii- liou of thni policy is the rmin(f on u'litoli wo solicit your ucuouni. f First State Bank & Trust Co. The Guaranty Fund Bank Hy Associated Frcis. ADAMSON. OWiU Sept. T. Hit fumes prevented resources frtu on tcrlng th...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 September 1914

rSlmTn in on Arm THE CUB ' Sceos Is Certainly A Bear Fir Hard Wtrk By "HOP" X REPORTER We can place some first class TH AlTT.fcint ftVMNtTXIt ABIUtlfX TIXAf ff- I SZ yl. X fay WW Kntt a TrWfaUT Jm&fL :JV''I' .asssPSC4yl .. sfvAMj'Mi Tfi iiine-l 1 rt p vendor's lien notes secured by first lien on good farm land also first mortgage notes on land located in Taylor or ad- joining counties. The Citizens National Bank ABILENE TEXAS S Mrs. Joe Taylor nnd two sons Geo. and John havn returned from u two tuonthn' visit to points in Oklahoma. AD PERS W. J. Anton wont to Dallas on bus- luesa Wednesday. Dr. Cyrus N. Ray left Wcdnesd.i) at uoon for Fort Worth where he guea on business uc expects to return homo Friday. Mrs. John Moomcr of Helton. Texas Is in the city visiting tin families of her cousins H. O. and J. P. Woolen. Mrs. J. F. Pock loft over the noon T. und P. train Wednesday for Min- eral Welts whcr bhu will upend sev- eral days before going to Cleburne whero she will visit her sis...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 September 1914

Fotn Till ABIL1HS KBPOKT1K ABILEWK TEXAS 32 I f i l 11 ll II i- I? f fi (I P l'f i 'I PrTOlY REPORTDt BY AWttKc FHINTINQ COMPANY. TTl wYvvflVi (Tr4Ti M KcVcTw Mail at Aoueae iexa 0tr 14 1B0I. iUaWrCRIPTION RATES: Ono Year (In Advance) .. ....... ...fl.00 Six Months (Ut Advance) .-..--......... R0 Butwiflberti fallfns; to receive xhctr papers n msWy will confer a favor upon the mntwRpment fcy rvtKHlluij'eaine 16 the luslnrsa office. Phono 67 TILEPHONMt eHlnw as CireaSfclloti .-. .... ...4. 67 Mitorlal Office ..... . 829 Be4t7 -.. .. .....1037 or 34$ (Anr erroneous rofloctlont upon the character standing or roputntlon of any person firm or cor- poration which may appear In Jho rojumn" of THE REPORTER will bo fsladly Vcorrected upon 1U fun brouRhi to tho attention of tho firm.) Meat Will Go Higher I'rcHidont .Inoksoii of the Tvxns t'nttlo Hi- kit.s Association expecta nnotluT mlvnncc in tlu price of moat Europe linn only (( days supply ninl wlion tlmt i.s yoiio hIii' will will on Ameri...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 September 1914

THI ABIL1NK KIPOMIR ABILXHK TEXAS. 1 "' ' ' i . ' " m m m w Fortification About Pari and Commander ofArmieFor A Siege mmmmmm flhfjH w pfgpgnmm Hwc l JB I Bf sen ""w'W Jrkm fjr . i Bt an Stosjpw f mm Vr bsM seaia CT'nc&kilAlM iJ sAJJ& C I r y) 8 i ffM' PARIS 1 5ll ros nvr i. A. II. tt Intrenched camps Son. respectively. Xo 1 Port CormolllcB. No 2 Fort Cotillions. Xo. 3 Fort Frnnconville. N. 4 notitiio Coronna du Nord. Xo. .' Fort Stains. No. (J Fort do TKsL Xo. 7 Fort OuilarvillcrH. Xo K Fort Llory. Xo. 3 Fort Illnnc Mcsnll. No. 10 Fort Vaujuure. No. II Fort CJicllea. No. 12 Fort do Nolay. Tim outer ring of foftH about 1'nris It seventy-five milca lu circumfer- ence commanding the heights of the nlley of tlj? Seine. Tim In'tibr Hub of ypvm retapjtcd forts 1h ililrty-four iittlofl In. circumference. HltotilH tiiu German nrmv reach I Hum Tlioro are sovcny-onc forta and three greu t Intrenched camps about Paris No. -No. No. No. No. No No. No. No. No. Ni. No. No. No. 13 Fort 14 F...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 September 1914

ts- VtAflB ft. --rar.'-'1"'""" "''mmmm - A . . ....... Ts7W - uj .. - T- ..-i......-! i.i. - i.i. A .a.. J fc.... ..-. . ... - i if i i i ' i i 73tan anrf Afru; ... i . ..... . . . Fifteen ycara ago totar Alfred Dreyfus waa convicted by court mar- tial for Iho rfeeond lime on Hie charge of gelling French military secreta lo forjcfgii powers. It was one of the most ncnsntlonal trials nf the age drtr.n$ which U was alleged Hint the peace of Kuropn. wn threatened thru the "Dreyfus Affair.1 The verdict brought protests from tho entire civi- lized world which was convinced of tho captain's Innocence. Arrested flvn yearn before he hnil been convP- tcd hy Ills nttperlor nfflcnni at n court funrr.nl degraded before 'nrmy com in.ii i.iwt ut'Kinuru iniiuii- iii in; vdiii- tndes transported to DcvII'r Inland to expiate the nlleged crime and Jiad lieen tlirniiRti tlio cnorta of luiluen- or tne Rrcat soldiers of France rlc Hal friends brought back to Frnucouuart a brother olTlcer then with the f...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 September 1914

iUcehln ftipflgi VOL XXXI f. ABILENE TEXAS. TUESDAY ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1914. NUMK ri GERMANS ARE SLAUGHTERED ft I3MTZ VALIANT CHARGES MADE BUT 4& t FRESH TROOPS OVERWHELM FRENCH ARTILLERY WREAKS GREAT HAVOO AND ENTIRE COMPANIES ARE MOWED DOWN. IMPOSSIBLE WAS EXPECTED OF MEN BY OFFICERS. GUN A WNNNG 0 ESSES Moving; to Retake Brussels Having Routed Large Forces of German; German Left and Center in Full Retreat. Austrians Making - -Determined Stand Centering- on Drodek. Turkey . and Grccco at Odds. SATURDAY'S DEVELOPMENTS'IN WAR. By The United Pres3. The British Mediterranean fleet is prepared to strike at Thp -Turkish Coast if Turkey declares war. Commander Gallicni announced today that the danger of a siege of Paris has passed. The offensive movement of the Allies continues toward Scisscas and Rlrclms with the Germans in full retreat. The German center continued to break and the entrenchment po- sition there have been hastily ovacuatcd. Reports in London are that ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 September 1914

. e fi . gypf . nnuTiun n l . inunii TBI AHUM BPOfft AfcHJUJE TlXi PrrwlTeiws With Die Ctuenritim Hit Biilt tke Bi till Lastii Iiititntieiu A FrfrMtivt Jti caMrvaUr policy kM mmU 77ie Firs State Z?an&. & Trust Co. the successful institution it in today and 11 continuit- tion of that policy is tlio ground on which vrc solicit your account. ;ir First State Bank & Trust Co. The Guaranty Fund Bank THE m E IWUI ANS FEEBLE rjIBTtCH AXXIF.TY lKJrTS KEEN- KIT tfDWKTKK OVKR OUT. COMK ep VITKY BATTLE. BEMY NHSf RMLY French UMcbtl .Slalcwcat Say If Uer man Break Klf ht t'ctilcr M VII 17 Will Hue Effect on Whole Line. 3 BIG BATTLES ON SATURDAY NO HECI81VE XKSI'I.T IJI 3RMSH ATTACK N VKHMW WAS in ruiiuiiEss. miijun Wi.i.liii'ji wii'iiLi i fmJJmmmAmftmimatt m H n i 'hhkhuiiii mi i M FIRE IN8URANCE Oorrqtly written In roogn!wrCi !d lin oompan!. Prumpt ttt!mntt In of lo. 4 1144 LOUI8C WISE & SON. 147 1-2 Uy Associated Press. PARIS Sept. 12 (1:13 p. m.) The following omcini announcem...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 September 1914

temzm .tS'tiB&w i8tts.iiBaft.gwafe. set A jLnamfe HMNHHIb. - - w. - iTvmwI We can place some ffast class " '"' ' . . vendor's lien notes secured by first lien on good farm land also first mortgage notes on land located in Tayjor or ad- joining counties. The Citizens National Bank ABILENE Personal? V. David of Hi own wood was here Saturday on business. II. A. Cox Bpcnt Friday evening at Merkel on legal bUBlncsB. 4 Mrs. Prank Steel of Stamford waa nmotiR thu visitors to the city Sat unlay. Cnson Swindle And Mian Adclla At klmr" wore Issued marriage license Friday by County Clerk W. J. Young. A. L. Gnrrett of Austin Is registered nt lintel Grace and Is transacting business in this city. Frank Harbor of Stamford was ntnong the business lRltors to tlio cly Saturday; C. II. Dale a traveling Halesmnn for a Stamford hardware house was In the city Saturday soliciting busi- ness for his establishment. V J .Cunningham of the fjrm of Ctinnlglmin & Sowoll lawyer wan an vnstbound passenge...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 September 1914

f i j ri "iSJgS: ' -. . -a. -.wee TM1 ABCLBfl iWKTWL ' HW '.'.- I I. LI .11 Fllli CAUGHT BETWEEN BLADES TREATY AGAINST TURKEY KAISER IS AT LUXEMBERG Servians and Montengrns March ihg on Capital of Bo sin a. Washington Embassies Disa- gree. Austria and Germany Not Make Peace Separately. Germans Take Fortifi cations Southwest of Verdun. xwumtu tcv- ! i nrxinrrniunn tt UII II II ViI'IImv1 H""' "v l tiMUM miiuiwi DISIC COURT (IRAKI) JUKr 18 KXI'KirTBH ADJOl'JUf FINALLY TMU1W. MAY AFTERNOON. TO By Associated Press. Vf LONDON Sept 11. It is believed that if tre Qermnns do not rapidly retrieve their fortunes they will be forced to get out of France. The successes of the Allies it is admitted do not mean vie tory yet but they havo gained U decided advantage over the Germans at many places. The gain of forty miles on the Germans' left has increased the Jeopardy of their communications and must cause a demoralization of ho exhausted troops. Tiie French havo recaptured Muelhauscn in Alsace. It...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 September 1914

Ae&um&tN&ti&tm' J T sn Aviator Gerton at Abilene During Fair FOR FAIR COMING IN AT GOOD RATE UUIIK ON' FAIK (JKUrxilS lKO. UHKSMlNd MCKM" AJIH ALL wiu hi: kkadv. $'' m; -f MS - mm Alitor Ucrtson will give dally flight In hlH SO h. p Curtis Jllplano nt the ontrnl West Texas Fnlr In this city October G to 10. Ho tins gained u fsrnit reputation throughout tills ami other counties liy rensou of his spec tarulnr nights. He will ho one of the. greatest drawing cards durltiK the (air and no doubt hundreds of people will emtio for this one fen lure ajonc. Tht Dally Times of l.tiumtiont. Cdlo.. where lie gave flights during the Ht.'tor was in tho air Just 27 minutes. Ho Vraln Valley Fair Iisib tlio following promised a succcHsful flight and he to say about him tinder the sub-head- Ing. 'Aviator Ucrtson more than mnltes good.' Aviator ucrtson in his eighty horse power Curtis tllplane who had beenicarth. Should Louis Cicrtson over advertised us a feature of the show.'necd rccom...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 September 1914

f R i I h m is '! Ill UK r 0imm - -fwppir. Ttn Avtrnni EiPOtTin ABfLiifi tixaa. Out CoTvotTvUtvV "KCaW Grtat Seme Owf Mail Oriler wrvtee once given ft trial will prove a great convenience to tlM tiring at a distance from Abilene. Your Orders to Campbell's will have aMrikt and careful attention and your goodu will go forward to you by first wajl all charges paid We guarantee to please you. --wa-p-w.WWMMWj-W.-wg-MBMW.w l iu ' ' m ' J' " - " Comics Safttfador SVvorpvvtv Ctre t$ 10u When your requirements prompt you in ordering by mail you will invariably get the best results by addressing the order to Campbell's. We will bo gtiul to mail you samples or answer any inquiries concerning our merchandise orJ prices. Do not heiitate to ask favors we're at your service. NEVER have we assembled a more carefully chosen and well-balanced stock than the present one with which we usher in the new season. The larger portion of the New Fall Merchandise is already here and in place and new shipments ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 September 1914

a u: nj-j""-".i . i. i - .. i . ml- . .j!. ' ' Ml I ' I ' lull W WWBMI Ml XXMI. AHILKNI! TEXtH r'RfftAT MiPTKBHEK IS . Xt'JtWtB 71 SECOND GREAT BATTLE IS NOW BEING FOUGHT I CROWN PICE REPORTED I ' ' ' First Photograth of Liege Fort After Bombardment by 16Jnch Gun. raoe HAVE WITHDRAWN FROM VERDUN EXTREME WEST OF TODAY'S BATTLE IS FIPTY-FIVE MILES NORTHEAST OF PARIS GERMANS REPORED HEMMED IN. V INVASION :;ii TO- BE. RUSE TroojSlWjU Probably bo Temporarily Withdrawn from Prussia- 34fJlJvy Cannon bearing Emperor Williams Initials and '4;flC( German Prisoners Captured by Russians in Galicia ritish Gov. Orders 1000 Texas Horses and Mules. ife By Associated Press. LONDON Sopt. 1G. The second great battle of the war is now apparently oh north of the Aisne river with 'Clio center of interest in the position of the Crown Prince which is apparently dangerous. Although the Germans have not admitted it the French claim that the Crown Prince has not only withdrawn from the investment of Verdun bu...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 September 1914

I-Hj I IK. 9- I l.j I IJ'I 13' TKX AlILllfl llPOatnt AWLIFI TXXAf . ir"T . . Statement (Condensed) of The First State Bank and Trust" 0 Com commissioners September12. IlLllMMtl MMIUI1IHI IPiHHfcfiP M WN"wlnk WiH .4 . m -r tr V mk H aii ..W ra..i' Li . .' jrVf.ipir-r 5 !. :V: P? : ; ' t . 4 ' n P. "'-' ''1 sass feiilWI liMNmHNflMMniMiPMMITHL. limb .JLsJLaaii w i t 11.5-a.a.tJiJtjiJWBsaB SSSSSSSSSSSFPf I - lii lA'n ir: ''"IMiyi f r iffl AFHmlP . X Overdrafts Real Estate ? yC jtt Loans J II - URCI s 1490421.78 NONE 9190.55 6021.10 Furniture and Fixtures Stocks and Setfirities - 88348.03 Interest in Guaranty Fund Bills of Exchange-Cotton 3351.45 Cash and Sight Exchange 59230.04 1991.39 $658554.34 LIABILITIES Capital - - I Surplus Undivided Profits Unearned Interest Bills Payable -Deposits - 077X0X11: B. B. BYNUM J. H.COIJGH MKUK PAHIOC i W. M. TKKM .- - .O.WOJOEYCUTT ....... President .. Vife-Presideat .. Activa VsVt. Oritur . lit CMhitr V 11 Hs7 m BSBaLli ft. 1S isiCpg $&M . nPy .r...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 September 1914

PIB9 TXl ABTUnCl MPOATint AiTLSm. TXXAM. - - .r. Statement of the Condition of THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF ABILENE At theClose of Business September 12 1914 RESOURCES . isr m " " S0 50000.00 fcrftirl yTivfiiro Jr r irr rr - - '- - 286lO.OO ifeifdm BanksffffTU S. Treasurer . 72081.32 . . Loans and Discount United States Bo Banking House Eurniture Other RcaEstate Cash on hdridfp 1 1 The above statement is correct. LIABILITIES Capital Stock - - Surplus and Undivided Profits Circulation - - - - Deposits - . - Rediscounts . .. u . Borrowed Money - - - r - Other Liabilities - - .t6tal ir- $150000.00 60854.II 50000.00 2.87.378 83 " 4600 OO NONE NONE wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm .$572832.94 JOE F. GARRISON Cashier GEO. L. PAXTON President r v The Princess and the Peasant FI lK? AH mtL i 9. l.'t - '"H. .jblUmISv pjBKF 7 3P5m MflflflMKiJB h ft xW riL asllr- aVBBn95lBB rwMKrliflflflflflr dtYf3 .r ''I JHiW H-TSflVfJHHEaHiHi 'jflafliV w ff .iarJHiHiH IiVAvAvJ flflflBflwMBVJHBflBvAvAvAvflflBn .Av...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 September 1914

' w I; 4 t m i m I W. timlm MHtnt vtrBrffttnL y A0ILKNC PftiHTlNa COMPANY. 1M2-M Nurth teend trt .. . . ecofld-ei8 Mall at AUiiene 'iexaa October 14 1903. SUBSCRIPTION MATES! Ona Yeai1 (I Advance) . --- -fl.OO Six Months (Irt Advance) ........ -. .60 taWacrlbers railing to receive then papers terlf wlJ) confer ft favor upon the- raanagemeat ay reporting hbi M. tno ouatn&ea office rhone 67 TELEPHONE: wfllHe. ftftw GlrcGisUos. ..-. NHerlal omce .. -Jl 67 . 829 .1087 or 348 (Any erroneous reflection upon Uio character standing or reputation or 'any poraon firm or cor- poration which may appear In tho columns of. THE REPORTER will bo glndly corrected upon IU fcelBg brought to the attention of tho tirm.) Wilson and Bryan MBuy.A-BaloM Each- President Wilson niul Secretnry of State Bryan have onch ptircluiHtid n btilo of Texan cotton. Tho Reporter ncain sugtfOHt.s that we crfriinixc a flub in Abilene and every man In tlio city who can buy a halt oC cotton at 10 centM h pound do ho and ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 September 1914

) c 40 PERSONS ARE KILLED; SCORE BVflllicS? Home JEtakiiuS Redm? .-i 4 rK ' JTMk ' ""-'ww !EI h' MXmLLtot mptf JT. GERMAN. MB CROWN BEEN FORCED BACK AT FKISOO PAHHSHQElt ThVmtM THROUGH TRESTLE INTO SWOLLEN STREAK HEAR LE1ANOH MO. EARLY THIS MORHIHa WITH TERRIBLE RESULTS. BENVEYS AND ORNM THtU;J!?:Pt4.rcuUlrglnExPr t ln "' . THE ABILEffK REPORT j I jn SIMMONS HAS RHSOCCUff GOODOPENING FIGHW CONIINUiN N W IN TRAIN WRECK I0DAY c (jEJtsgS.k l'l"!)l .:M"L ..i AI RAW IMMDRB RKTKIs GREATER PART DEAD WOMEN AND CHILDREN TIioho Who Escaped Smashed Windows and Swam Ashore Locomo- tive Baggage Oar and Chair Oar Submerged in River- Man Who Escaped Forced to Stand Helpless While Wife and Five Oliildren Drown. i.r.ni HM.EP nun .mi rKTN tiW7 7tM ASH FRIKKDK OF HCHOVL PRIHCE'S ARMY KM VARENNES OOlf M"AUSIRIANS HAVEl By Associated Press SPRINGFIELD Mo. Sept. 15. Probably forty persons were hilled or drowned and a core or more injured early this morning when St. Louis and San Francisco train Number 0 ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 September 1914

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Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 September 1914

ABILENE TEXAS TUE80AV 8EPT 22 19H NUMKR 74. RUSSIANS AND AUSTRIANS IN DEATH STRUGGLE Germans and Allies Renew Battle With Paris Claiming Some Progress II'Ih V It. ahii rtir tcwab VHFenit nrn ttn GERMANS AND ALLIESARE mm ALItMftMNb BtlWttN n VICTORIES AND DEFEATS V U N BATTLE DESPERATELY IN WORLD'S GREATEST. BAT- TLE AND CONDITIONS COULD NOT BE WORSE. BLOODY FIELD BEING DRENCHED WITH RAIN. ' DD ' M 1 RETRE US AND AUSTRIANS IN BIG 8AM Battle Is Increasing In Intensity the Russians Having- More Than 3000000 Men Fighting. Germans Are At- tempting to Invade Russian Poland to Slacken Russia's Attack On Austria. By The United Press. PARIS Sept. 19 G;58 p. m. Battling in the world's great- est battle the Al.ies and Germans since Monday have been al- ternating between victories and defeats. It is declared that cohditionrcould not be worse. The bloody field has been dren- ched with a cold rain that ff Jed the trenches. The British and French line is slowly turning to the ex- treme German righ...

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