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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 March 1916

2AE THftE JUJLUIilUIUUUMBMIlIUJllUMIUL MiUUmJUWJll UJMUUUl JJ-gMtBWB EL PASO DEATH LIST IS AT 18 VETERANS WANT JIMMSMIISMUKWMMJKMIIW mMMmmMMJRi m -v. m TAX MONEY BACK TBJd ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS EHRKcWWSWTffWMMI 11 J" 9 LadGs n n 3 Mmil4s ollliS if a i a ll I s I In styles that are very artistic and beau- ful made of Shepherd Checks Gaber- dines French Serges and fancy weaves; styles for street and general wear. Prices $10 $15 $20 $20 sap fe $30 Attractive Separt Skirts Sport Coats will be much in demand The styles are very effective made of fancy wool checks wool poplins serges and . . Prices $5.00 to $70 3 bold plaids. fi rlll&AUUItKJt LOST I.IVBS IN B& L'MISIO.N t.N ll. JIO.V Y 11AY .VlflliT. MORE EXPECTED TO DIE Lighted Match Ignited Vnpnrs Arising Iront Hnlli !i-iir and ('itj lutcdutlttloil Hits Itctii Unlet ed fly TIio Asacr-laltnl Pfnis. HL iASO Tex. Alnrch 7. Although llio tloath list remained nl eighteen in tho JnU eplonlon Inst night several more rtfe evprf...

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 — 10 March 1916

1'AfI TWM AMIlMMk MtrOXTBIt ABttlWl. TEXAM. s i ! Tk AMfae $m Wetkly Reporter 1Y ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY 10224028 Korlh second Street. ' Entered as Second Clas Mail at Abilene Texas. SUBSCRIPTION rates; One Year (In advance) .?1.00 six Months (in acjyancej .ou TELEPHONES: Business nnd Circulation - - G7 Editorial Office . 829 Society IM7 or 34S Subscribers' falllfig to receive tllelr pa- per regularly will confer a favor upon the management by reportlnB the same to the business office. 'Phone No. 67. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of nny person firm or corporation which 1 may occur in the columns of THE RE PORTER will be gtadly corrected upon its being brought to tho attention or the firm. FRIDAY MARCH 10 1916. 'President Wilson Is sending a man person to represent this country nt Petrograd. Hon. David Francis will do the job Up ns it should be done and he will not act tho fool while about It. Heavy snow storms crippled Interur. ban and railroad ...

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 — 10 March 1916

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABlLE!fE TEXAS. IM4K T'" Sea-Wolf I By JACK LONDON I Ln. - n I (Continued from last week) sv.Norsis. CHAPTER I Humphrey VnnW ey-h... den critic nnd dilettante is thrown LA;; ' JLf; Into the wnter&y tlie sinking of as'tnt "o1t s ' ferryboat In a fog In San Francisco hay. and becomes unconscious before lieip readies nun. ; ...... CHAPTKR 11 On coming to his senses ho finds himself aboard tho scaling schooner Ghost Captain Wolf (.arson bound to Japah ivntprs wit- nesses tho death of the first male and hears the captain curse the dead man for presuming lo die at the beglnuliig of tho voyage. CHAPTKR III The captain refuses to put Humphrey ashore nnd makes him cabin boy "for the good of his soul." Humphrey sees the body of the mate dumped Inlo the sea. CHAPTER IV !' begins to learn potato peeling and dish washing un- der the cockney cook Mugrldgc is naught by a heavy sea shipped over fho minrter as hu Is carrying ten aft and his knee Is seriously hurt but no inn ...

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 — 10 March 1916

PAGE SIX THB ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. n wjhu iibvifiiaiiL juuwfjwm Excelsior Wonder Knife With Punch Blade WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERY FARMER STOCKMAN AND SPORTSMAN. This illustration sliom the actual siic of holes that mar be cut with .& UT mMlYmSL "o leather punch blade. K.t&fr YOUR GOOD FRIEND THE PARCEL POST WILL DRING IT Free and Postpaid ....THIS KNIFE is n marvel of mechanical liiRimult.v tt la Simple. Convenient Durable and Very Strong. Kspecial enro has to bo Inkon to make this knire strons imodRh to do Rood work and ot hoi 1h? any more clumsy or awkward to carry than an ordinary Jark ktilfo Hosldos the large blade whlrh q 2 3-4 inches lottR. I Ills knire has a smaller punch or RKAMKR blade 2 l-fc Inches Iohr which will cut holes exactly like those shown In the above Illustration. ttoth blades are of the finest tempered steel finely Rroilnd and polished. You can not buj this knife anywhere for less than Sl.fiO The handles are hand riveted and made or ho...

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 — 14 March 1916

T8TfSPT S rFSi-F-xj siarmiyirr 1 e Stblletie Sroi-tUkig llejwrele VOLUME XXXV VIHI.KVr TrXM TI'KHD HUM 11 H 10IC X! If BUB 21 t iunmw imwroi ! f9mrrHrmmn GEH MOVEMENT OF IOCS BEGINS: VILLA MOVES TOWARD SONORA - VT 9 m LACK 1800 HAVING MONEYJOR TEST fox i:xti:ms Ti.nr roil kvisimj ii ooo to .six o'clock mov iuy afti:hoo. COMMITTEES WERE BUSY Despite tlic 1'int Thai (her $."iHUll Wits Knixcil Nalurdii) I'miil For .cm (Ml Test Is ol Yet Coniilele. Three commlttcoB of three men ejich were busy Saturday trying to get thu lmlnnctt or (he $UUUU needed to In- sure the drilling or another .test well smith of Abilene to look for paying oil. When they totaled their stock aales Saturday tnglit thv latlieil ahout $800 hitting thu necessary sum. Because the committees had worked hard and because he wants to see an- other test made Prank 1' Pox granted an extension of time until sl.v o'clock .Monday afternoon the original thuu limit having been six p. in. Saturday. The committee roIiI over f'.OUO ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 March 1916

t !Uiwrfro TUB ABXD1NX REPORTIJI ABILIrTB TEXAS. .'i. lUS --- - - ira-nmrfrtmi wmmmmmmmm mmmm i "".i.i ' " "- H m i -p- r Strength and Service jSjarcombined institutions repre- senting nearly $250000 capital -surplus and profits insures a strength that is unsurpassed; and' our facilities are sufficient to handle all desirable business. An account here gives you right-of-way to all our strength and ser- vice. If you are not a customer become one at once. First State Bank Guaranty Trust Co j Personal Local Household Tii. PERSONALS Jess need was nniong the Potoal cit- izens here Saturday. A. M. Harrington ivas up frohi Ovalo Saturday D. P. Short was among the Ovalo citizens hero Saturday. W. It Zlmmerlc was" In from the Dewey section Saturday. Editor U U. Shook of Trent was in Abllbno Saturday on business. Wgon P. Smith left Saturday for Austin where he has accented a posi tion. & I Ellis left laBt nisht for Fort Worth and Dallas for a visit of n few days. Fred Jones progressive fa...

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 — 14 March 1916

THE ABILENE REPORTER. ABILENE TBXAi. " H V JRT Jfc JHiiJ IGMKt tfwimwt mkh&mmmmmimi'mmtmmtmmmmmmimmmmi0mmmmmmm m tmt H'imuwmjai.MHuw iimimmwmbmm mm'smanmMmmmmm T "v k DECLARES WAR ON POREA ii v Tin: tssni'i vi i:t imikss. iiimiv iitiMii r-iin.i.i;Tn.-2:15 v. ii. (;i:inii m:t i.mii:ii w.u a rnirmai yi:kti:hiii T :t O'CLOCK Till: MIMSTI'll FlMW f.'I:iCM in- w s om: his pissroirrs. VILLA PLANNED ' RAID LAST OCT. iook step nniKiuiTiXY aftkii i. s. im:coi"m.i:i) cunt a v. a ';ovEii.vtiEvr. SLOCUM HAS 840 SOLDIERS inerlnui Ciilnm-l Dcelnri" If Rebel .Makes Vnotlier Attack Will Uvt "NorM Wlilppliu;- Of Ills (V. IIV Tito Associated Tress. COUT.MIH'S N. M.. Match 10. IV- lors which Avert' dropped by General Francisco Villa In bis flight yesterday and which wore frfund today revealed i lint lie decided last October to wage. wirfnre ngnliiRt AinerlcniiB. Thin Step. according to the docu- ment found wim Hilton InirucdliiUsIy ifter tho Culled States recognlsteu .irraimi. Another minor acknow...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 March 1916

-??r-r- .1 UiMmWiwlis?mariixx. fane ABILENE REPORTER ABILENI TXA. ie roim ssssc . "ll "- it tyla Qua lily isid Lowir P rices Sount This Store Deserves Your Consideration To I'ullv appreciate the difficulties to overcome in assembling complete stocks of Spring Merchandise ol dependable c juality aritlbesl styles read this weeks article in THK SATURDAY EVENING POST in regard to the Dye Situation. Manuclll wno realised this condition had made future fn-cparaliom and were offering early last Ealf to the merchants who were in a posuion to buy Spring Merchandise at regular prices. This store look advantage of eery opportunity and is Jl?J and most standard merchandise at prices that do not represent the present extreme advances. Wfc ADVISE Ii.AKL.1 1 ukwiae- m as when present slocks .are sold merchandise re-boughl will reflect .the extreme advances in the wholesale markets yuam will not be so good colors not so dependable and some lines wilt not be obtainable en's and Boys' Spring Suits at...

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 — 14 March 1916

?Anvi 1 STOCK REDUCING SALE Commencing March 137 and Closing March 31 Save from IOto50 an Every Article in This Immense Stock TBI ABILBMB K1P0RTZR ABtLEMg TEXAS. ppawMaMB"iMiM M i mi tO to Per Cut 10 to 50 Per Gent Saving I hi vvc are ollenng every article in this store at a discount from 10 per cent to 50 per cent nothing reserved pii portunity to buy first class Home Made Leather goods (which are advancing in price every day) at nine I wnicn as you know is much superior to a factory machine article one that will stand the test and live up to prices oi raw materials ana uie steadily advaneimr once ol leather we are oilerinir lor snk? hundreds o hai in the open market and buy. We are listing below a few of the many things in this slock at greatly reduced n line and you will readily see the saving by buying during this sale. ck what you want and the saving is yours Your opr 'II lr;i: fli'in llirii mrwrnf Ytriirilricnln tnltin T nm rTf-- slocked and must turn them into money. When you...

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 — 14 March 1916

1 i ' ii yM "" PAGE SIX THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENF TEXAS 1 DEAD:4 HURT IN OKLA.AUTO WRECK STATE GEOLOGIST Sffi DRILL TEST itnrf.i:sviM.K man i.osr.s urn AM) 2 OTHIJIt MV. AMI 2 UOMKN IYM'lti:i). lilt ))Y NIKFSTlIU' VNOIHFH ti.si simm mi hjj mm: vm Oil HI.'ltK. MACHINE SKIDS 100 FEE! MUST HAVE GASH SATURDAY - - . ' """".. ' ' ' '" " '"' i I' -!. m tz&s mm t : $ i k I n tr - "' ifJrTrt .'sa iWr"- Boys' Spring Suits Are Now Ready A Fine Assortment oF New Models in the Best Spring Patterns The now Norfolk models mid other .Spring creations will nppenl favorably to those Who want the newest in sensible style. The desiiiiiM patterns and weaves aro right tip to the moment. The quality of materials is .vue.h as to assure lasting durability and the prices are lower than present conditions in the clothing market warrant. You ulio are inter- ested in true clothes value for your boys who want guaranteed quality at the lowest .possible cost who want nifty style plus com- plete satisfaction...

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 — 17 March 1916

tUeekl bxmt mt VOLUME XXXV. iiii.em: tews fkidu. maihh ir iio. wvhkk 12. lic m3 u 4 a- PfflSl T PTT m i ul i i i i Ity Tho A'oclnted Press IMM'dl.VS Ari .March 1 .". H $ I . i in. Ki;llcllu.--( iimitim Consul Lclc- tier here demanded Hint the local e-1 press oompuiiv tin ii n'r .'1(100110 enr-j trhlgrs roiistmitd In Cnrruimi and liN' iii in) and ordered held Inst night. The reiiies( n refused. ABILENE BANK IS ITS LARGE DEPOSITS Tliu officers of tlu I .indent A- Mer- haittt .National Hunk ol Abilene ee- tolvuil numerous eonratulatlolis Tues- day afternoon and evening wlien It be- came luum n that for the fir at tune In history an Abilene Hank nnn able to hIiow over ti million dollars dept sits upon n eall of the (.'omplrolleu The Farmer & Merchants National Hunk Ik one of the oldest hanks in Central West 'ivxnt mid the advertis- ing that t firing to Abilene on ac- count of hnihiK misfit the million dol lar mark ii t't.K.itu is p-rlxed highly t b.v the ft lends and customers of th...

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 — 17 March 1916

'.. -MflKflBWtMtft PAw-iWO THE ABILEHK REPORTER ABILEHE; TEXAS. . .1... t 1 . ii hi i iiAfaiia; iiiiii i-j Personal Local Household STATEMENT OF THE ! I. 1 I STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF i V si .'' 4 .4 I .. T-. 1 1 ...-. .- . .: . - J . .' "' ; ..'.. . . . - -- . 1 1 I 1 1 11 niii ii mil 1 iiii 'n is-j..-- 1 . raw 4 &" te. !? r I' First State Bank Of Abilene i At the Close of Business March 7th 1516 ' RESOURCES 1 Furniture and Fixtures Real Estate Interest in Guaranty Finn Stocks and Securities Cash and Exchange A TOTAL . Capital . . Surplus and Mmdivid Dividends Unpaid . Deposits . iTOTAL fcMiattSUSSWK9V: kn m t 'M' --P m 4v j jf 1 I .o9' ...1JX..$QM: x yy liABii xi ft 1-.WI l I'm Mr if ' ". V' MK- - . J v" " 5.005.90 5665.10 8654.71 3152.26 100.00 096.13 674.10 AM .$100000.00 'its. . 21457.41 10.00 ....... 513206.69 $634674.1 0 STATEMENT OF THE Guaraeiff Tryst Company Of Abilene At the Close of Business March 7th 191 6 RESOURCES Loans . ..;.;... .;.;.$ 40114.58 Stocks and Sd...

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 — 17 March 1916

' THE ABILENE REPORTER. ABILENE TEXAB. PAGE TXBKB i MJMgMagmgg3 1 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Mi . i-'S W wlirVlN 1 v IN-fV 1 JL Drl iJV In Abilene Texas at the Close of Business March 7th 1916 s .rr-.-; . - -' Resources Loans and Discounts . . . . Bank Building and Fixtures - Other Real Estate "; ' ' v . . -U. S. Bonds ... i.. :. . Other Bonds ant! Securities Federal Reserve Bank Stock lfA1L ! from l. Si Treasurer. 5(lt)0..n "LrSSolI ;' "' :iiiK -hi mult Jlil.U 11.01 .. .. . ; " :''. V- '.... -Total . $ 726.9H6.59 Liabilities I '4 yvja3 .iir" . wuii.ui "' - Capital Stock Surplus and Profits Circulation . ; ' :.!-:"9Hfe-'" e Discounts . . .C-.:-W.M:.Jtl.; Bills Payable Other Borrowed Money s . r .;?.' .v' ' ' J '.' -1 ..:; Deposits Imlhlilunl .;.... .... .v. . .$7780.3.27 : nniik uui.uiii.ii $1279526.04 Oilier Deposits .........".. JKWUO.flO Totals l $ 10000000 ;: 67205.73 r0oo0d.b6 . .None '" r '; : None 1012320.31 $1279526.04 is. ' r""?ri ' mir'ranrana s'm'PEp-'rExvs County of ...

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 — 17 March 1916

ftijiam iijijjj jiiUiii. JtoiBMIMWBIiJl i m i H I : I i ? 1 4 Ui I f It F 1 f! j u n f. i I PAOE FOU1 The Ab.!ne Sera! Weekly Reporter' BV A8ILGNE PRINTING COMPANY 1S2M02S Krr?h second PtrceL -- ' "- '' "'" - - Entered Second Class Mill at Abilene Texas. . SUBSCRIPTION RATE3: Oie Year (In advance) $1.$ Six Meffiths (in ailYanqe). oO telephones; . (moiH ari4 Circulation .....-. 67 Editorial OftU -f S2'j Society .-- i-103? or 348 -v Subscribers fatllhg to receive their pa- twr retmlarlv will confer n faffor upon the management by reporting the nnirMo the business offlco. 'Phone Ho. 67. v Any erroneous rotlectlon anon the tlmrnrter. standing Or reputation of any person firm jr corporation which . ay occur in the Columns Of THE RE- PdRTER will bo Kindly corrected upon it lining brought to tho attchtlon of the firm. FRIDAY. SIAMl'H 17 llM. l'lonty of feed in the bam means fat hogs cows. horses. ciucKons iur Leys etc. and THBY. MEAN MONKY to buy the family naCeasltlos. Out ftt ColumLHs N....

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 — 17 March 1916

TH35 ABILENE JtEFORT ABILllfl TMCJsV. tu w mmmsmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmm TGe Sea-Wolf By JACK LONDON n n (Continued from last week) sraorsis. CFIAPTHU I Hmnlilirpv Van Wov tlerr. erjttc nml dilettante. Is thrown- Into tho water by the sinking of a ferryboat in a fog In San Francisco bay and becomes unconscious before help reaction hi in. CHAPTER 11 On conitn to hi1 .eiises ho finds lilutai'lf aboard Ihc teallng schooner Ohost Captain Wolf Larson bound to Japan waters w.t- ncscs the death of tho first mate unit hears tho cap.tuiu curse the dead man Tor presuming to die at the beginning nf tho voyage. CHAPTER III The captain refuses 'o put Humphrey ashore and makes htm cabin boy "for tho good of his oul." Humphrey sees the body of the .onto dumped Into the son. CHAPTER IV l!o begins to learn potato pooling and illah washing uu- dT tho cockney cook Miigfldge is 'aught by (i heavy sen shl-p" "vcr the quarter tts he K tarrying i"i aft nml his knee I noilwsiv hurt Iwi no one imy any attention ...

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 — 17 March 1916

T.-Mfei8Bwwwa-'tiira ifffctyijsggjgt. irgV&ftrt?m wir&nr0!!!!ffrMXem "-rw iW tarfcifcW- FAGS SIX .. t the Abilene reporter abilenf texas. hooserleanlns attack upon tlio rabln and steerage. All night I steered without relief thfl wind slowly and steadily increas- ing and tlio sea rising. At live in the morning Maud brought me hot toffee and Biscuit sho Iiaa baked and at seven n substantial and piping hot breakfast put new life Into me. Throughout the day and as slowly and steadily as ever the wind In- creased. It Impressed one with Us sullen determination to tilow and blow harder and keep on blowing. And still the Ghost foamed along racing off the miles till I was certain she was making at least eleven knots. It was too good to lose but by night- fall 1 was exhausted. Though In splendid physical trfni a thirty-six-hour trick at the whee was the limit of my endurance. Besides Maud begged me to heave to and I knew If the wind and sea Increased at the fianie rate during the nigh...

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 — 17 March 1916

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS PA fir. RBVEM "QPnrwTHE cub UUUUr REPORTE W RLwi- uuely ait-wen sj? JprZT hYt TOoo ? rXg ... flfirBOfl tHA I ft vrrA joA5; - iuidJAfleuL s auL r JiiUnriU wni n VTr I -OTv Srfc f .vg sEN?oiMMwyjHp5:::l---i fig IE H I ill II C yf 1 JL L i 7r I 48$k; 3o-BEOrt!i3e.AnttfL .1 II I. . P r I r I! J C J . 'gSSs? AutfCWrawHl J ' H 1 1 I 0 I II 1 0 1 ' IIIJ ' ' MWWWWWWMWWlWMIJMiWWlaWHIW MMMnHMHVwnMMWMliMnMiMaaHWWaaHMaPHWWMnHMHWW IWM MMVMMIMM4 IIMffaMMntWMNMINfWIHMMMHMMMMMMMMWMN SOL. PARRAIIORE SPEAKS OF FUTURE OF SHUNS C LLEGE f l I II Parramore was nbitf to i i tii w n town Monday aftcrmron in I'ukrv and spend a few liottrs at- ii'imn to businofls and in shafting ii nd- with his many friends. A re t fur for ibis paper met the Colonet i i ii- pioswd himself as beiHR iip that the poopto of Abilono mrt ii !1i iii.ipoHlilon to Kl ilO.000.00 on a i mm iiormitorv fo uItIr nl Sim t " i ( olk-KP "It tiiwwis a lot for the 'A .itul its futiire usffulnoss. Old tn.ti si...

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 — 17 March 1916

rttinHmnoiniiiiin ji'i wii 1.1 i.mmwui MWMMMgMBM MUtfBlimUmiPIIIIIHm Mil I' M. ujj.uJUAai;jwx)'yH-jaroW'iic....-)JwiiNwiwiLujujwM it uhmi Mitf.nr X.I. ' PAGE EIGHT THF ABII.FNB RErOKTER ABILENE TEXAB in i wi. m - ' " ' honM and t B'v All thn I ftibo feoff I nml thoti Tt ami crea mini P"- ii.f Anif melt 'x sho! It fall I Bplf hold begj If it Rani woti to. ; mid brot ir colj Ball! nlnj hPli ccaj row "hov Thp IiliU In i pnrt ntrj CC( roq. oVI m; rirf) K- It.n 4v tlia 4 ret hcl for ntfi "! wc cl Pf elf trf 1 va nvj na i. 'i CO P'V ir. tli fe flt- fc ut: lj: '! fl I q ii V m t DUiTERREZ WITH 1 5000 MEN HAS VILLA CORNERED. IS BELIEF; CENSORSHIP STRICTER THAN EVER t i it i Pershing Told to Take Charge of All Sources of Communication at Col- lOhbusNo Orders for Move- ments Have Yet Been Made. EL PASO Tex. March 14.-12:40 p. tii. Bulletin. General Francisco Villa headed south from Galena is now encircled by Car- ranna troops according to advices from General Guiterrez comman- der ot Chihuahu...

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 — 24 March 1916

Stye SlfoUetie Bmi-wtekfa Hep VOLUME XXXV. IHILKNK TEXAS Flljn IV MARCH SI 1916. mwikksj. 4f V . 5000 STYLE SHOW DREWMSceesip t-o Tampico; Aero Officers Still Missing IMMENSE CROWDS ESTIMATED FIVE THOUSAND PEO- PLE 1YEIIE YTTRA(TEI) TO DOWNTOWN DISTRICTS. EXHIBITS COMPLIMENfEb Dlnplny of I.ntcHt Fushlomi on Liu- Models Dron Crowds That Swnmp. I'd Two Local Theatres Tues- day Night. "Abilene tho Style Center of West Te.xaB" Ib a slogan that wim made to stick Tuesday night when sl do godds stores of Abilene exhibited one hundred combinations of woman's np- parel on live models at the Mission and Qtieen Theatres. Long before eight o'clock the hour for the opening both theaters were filled with laltorn mid townspeople. Hy tho time the hour for the opcnlno rolled round nvory seat was taken and men women and children were stand- ing In the nlnles. The doors of the theaterH were thrown wide Open and an overflow crowd hung nt every en- trance. It was estimated that two thousand peoplu packe...

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 — 24 March 1916

W'-nMrtnSPIpPiBlfl I i"i $V$ (SC-JSfiftl"'i -ffi ?" ftf" '"W-" pqNMJpwfffl "jj4v" 5jpmirj!!i jj (JU1H A" faWO TTUt ABILIN1 EXPORT-- ABIL1K. TKXAS. BteMBiMiMn .Lilui.im. iilniii'ii &- iinll fi Will lill.li IV mmm ' i 41 f T Sp J Chap a: Vitag with J "A1 i . this 1 Dune. l)CBt. crcdl - temp idlcif J " ft Strength and Service Our combined institutions repre- senting nearly $250000 capital surplus and profits insures a strength that is unsurpassed; and our facilities are sufficient to handle all desirable business. An account here gives you right-of-way to all our strength and ser- vice. If you are not a customer become one at once. - first State Bank iuaraftty Trust Co. Dress up to Nature's Standard Now in the Spring' of the year while nature takes on now life and color men naturally think of dress. In our shop we are showing new Spring models hi bright sunny colorings that have been pro- nounced 0. IC. by Kalin Master Tailors Kahn- Tailored Clothes $1750 to $50.00 are made direct ...

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