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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 March 1916

PA0ITRHXB 'Wfyty Begins Wednesday Morning JMar 22 THB ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAI. " - - . .. . .in. .!! i iipii i wmwwp.ui J i i ! imi i i 1 1 1 1. ii wmwwwwm 1 1 i hi i w iiwwit inn m mi in mvwmwm tarn mwm m mi n m i mm m i w iiwwwpi i mv0mmwimnimmmmmmmm0mmmmti h j i i i " M m mi'" --- ' X liHUDLAT Be i 'Ci . w i I ana aw asm a R ar mat II V 1 ! ll a m. ' l : pk Wt " Mf' s the real fi MB .7.:rm" i y - . Get a Fresh Startler tofalsestart oiypie srince Aioert flaya ward -r-e - f b - m '- - "f-W"3k sfleir-snjcKeappeMes! I .fliaiifm&?- tooO- ttf smoke iorBfince Albert iss pXl -flavor sokoafond. cheerfuLrff&d MMMmS . newideaoFsAxJkejoy! Theamented I v?rCtf s r r jfL if also for g4h who tfimfc aSKl 1 ' yflfll to be saGis that the sooner f ; rc Sgfa I J fir Vr&a 1 iflf makeTa discovery that'll be HwSftL .1 I Bf alptr to your peace of mind and Ikar0A" f mimmu " WOAtC0 For men who got away or home-made cigarette or two for what ail; Forget you ever rliffcrent such a friendly...

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 — 24 March 1916

tMSSW'':M'MwiJ'?K'K:z-s. tummfammm nM8fci- 5 t t 1 l tu. M VILLA WORSTED IN BATTLE WITH THE CARRANCISTAS AND FLEES; FOIILOIS COMMANDS M SCOUTS If Villa Breaks up Command and Flees to Moun- : tains It will be Well Nigh Impossible to : Get Him Not Believed go to Sonora. ByTho Associated Press. COLUMBUS N. M.t March 21.-12:40 P. M. Bulletin. A tireless from the field armv received at this time today Bays that ono of tho aeroplanes used in Jeoutlng for Villa and his tmnditB was wrecked by a fifty foot falh Lieutenant T. 8. Bowen tho pilot was injured but not fatally. AEROS USKD TO SEARCH FOB VILLA. SyTThe Associated Press. EL PASO Texas March :2t Aviators of the United States nrmy are re- ported today searching all of the most blind trails leading to the passes of the Slerre Madres mountains where Ueu. Villa may sock to escape after his defeat by the Carrartza forces under Colonel Cano at Mamlquipa yesterday. Exact details of tho fighting arts still lacking but it 13 reported that Villa...

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 — 24 March 1916

TMM AMLMWE RKTORTUI ABILKWH TMXM tr jpwpi x K?" tit Jg . i.f U Qpnnp??THE cub ' I s. REPORTER . Starting Right Off On-High By "HOP" II MiftERryta)UjjMM P rte Vmwks trust Uke anyh La.-- ?r?0 -p VR-YGOATMOIE.? 7 ( BE COAXED TO STOKX-TH' ''yT) SJ feX " X s (MenTIONJ Farm and Community News OP SPECIAL INTEREST TO FARMERS . . MOISTURE IS ONLY NEED OE CENTRAL AND WEST TEXAS Abilene Texas March 21 1016. Thoro Is only one tiling that keeps West Texas In general and Taylor county Jn particular from Uolug one of tlio goatest agricultural regions on the continent. That one thing is a scant rainfall. A rcgretablo fapt but nevertheless true the rainfall Can never be Increased by any of the means now known to the scientific world. When a schoolboy back East I remember reading an Interesting ac count of a proposed scheme to in- crease the rnlnfnll In the scml-arld regions. The scientific men gave it n triout In West Texas. Thoy exploded mniiv tons of howdor. trying to bring rain. It'all amounted t...

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 — 24 March 1916

SoT . 3. 1"- - PAGE SIX TMfc ABlliiJE JtSFOJtTEft ABlluftR 'jMAb. fill. "VJ tl i 0 iL rrnen in nam oomeuung You can Always dei dtsappoirf you doubly ertain baiter ln hill feathei stove encc W to bake or to provide " M 65 K. C not to lc raise makes fcftto"iuck." If the tK Gfwill raise it light and cUallthd better. Jamne the around makes no differ- ms the raise until baJced. s a birthday or wedding cake rcshments for reception or .party take no chances UseKC MAY FLOAT 8IG CANADIAN LOAN .1. I'. MOMttX F11U1 MHiOTlATI.NU WITH ('A YUM AX tiUVEKX- MEXT AXNOUXCED. COUNTY DC TOTAL BE 15000000 Auounl However Has Xot Yet Hern Foil) Decided Ppon Group of American Hunkers Inter. csted In Proposition. 10 CO-OPERATE WILL EMPLOY THREE IXSFECTOttS TO FIGHT TEXAS FEVEH TICKS IX TAY1.UK (MHWTY. INSPECTORS ARE NAMED MORE MEN P ICilCfl TR i1 It n II III II Ik) II LU III Hy Special leased Wire SAN ANTONIO. Texas. March 2!.- (Jon. Funsttm asked the War Depart STYLE SHOW DREW IMMENSE CROWDS (Continued fro...

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 — 28 March 1916

siwWwwni Stye - Skbilene 0roi4ttekto Jtejttraie ' ' - i.. - - ' i - - " '""' ' " " ' ' "' ' ' ' " - - - ... - - .- . .. . - . v ir -i.-- - - . m milium . w w nin i. iwi imimiiwmm'mmammmmmimtimm Y01.1MH XXM. VMI.ENE TEXAS TUESDAY MIHC1I iS llfi. M )!!.. S3. S LOSE UVES WH EN BRITISH SHIP TORPEDOED-VILLA SPUTS FORCES M AN t f VERDUN IS SET FIRE BY TEUTS pr fWi.". GERMAN LINES SUDJECTED TO FURTHER HEAVY ATTACKS NEAR DVINBK. BATHE IH ft min SOW iE KMM 1111 German Raider and Auxiliary Cruiser and Merchantman Battle Amer- ican Girl Perished on the 8utex. Tho Cross-channel ship Sussex dam- aged by an eueiior explosion on tti- uuy while 2b AhiericunB were on board vvua torpedoed according to a report rrom American consul at Jiioppo received In a statement lu Washington through Ambassador Sharp at Jt'arls. lho report glVeB from CO to 80 wounded of hilled or the Atnuricaus on the Hteatuer only two had been reported up to late hour baturuay la the American Lm- Imuiav nt 1 nminn no ntnnnir llii...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 March 1916

$ i ( i .ft iMLw. ' Abilene a Bank? ing Center wngrmtimu' UKim.i.j Truly this is trite. The last published Statements show total deposits in the three banks to be practically two and a quarter million dollars. This is in spite of a poor cotton crop in our own county. It reveals the fact that we are now getting a large volume of business from without There is no reason why Abilene should not become more of a banking center. With three large banks and a well organised Trust Company capable of handling all legiti- mate business coming here we should continue to draw largely from the territory around us. And we will These two institutions propose to do their part. HW2W FMKiia First State Bank Guaranty Trust Co. CENTRAL WEST GETS LIGHT RAINS: GRASS AND CROPS HELPED Abilene and the AVcst got tho ilrst' rain In many weeks Thursday morn- ; o1uerofV3ind wallcd-nna greater at other places In J ! tli. .--.J .1 uiu vvuirui II t'BU While the rain was not as larne as w.i ''ordered!" veulbHervoif'...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 March 1916

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. VOTE APRIL 29 ON TOOTH SHI S)ev Sedvow 6 "Zftils Sove &s Voxx) F IN ABILENE M "WILL HE M SCHOOL BONO 1SSIT. MKX HMHKIMI AT fill VUlL PIT UN MDvv T&ew Spvvu l!OCeTe.awAs(& ELECTION HIT TAX LEVY EAIIT1I ENTIKK MOIAR OF AMENDMENT HOl'GHT ELVHAS PRIMIUEMI'S. COMMISSION WAS BUSY FOUND NEAR ABILENE The pleasure of seeing the sombre colors and monotonous styles of Winter displaced by the new tints and refreshing: original modes of Spring is second only to that of seeing the earth resplendent in its new Spring dress Here you will see attractively displayed the prettiest and choicest new things for Spring. Every Section of this store presents refreshing views of the newest and best spring styles. A REAL FASHION SHOW OF NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE WORTHY OF YOUR ATTENTION. School and Water Problems Occupied Animal Which Uonmcd the Lnilh City CoiumlwHlon Thursday With 50000 Years Apo Had isonie Many of the citizens Ib Attendance. Tootb According 10 me...

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 — 28 March 1916

4b foot TM ABUJBNE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. I 'I I .B I 1 1 .4" tmia I ' Style Shpw Ammll J 3kt3ndmmSiv&odsm All Style Show Dresses Suits and Coats On Sale Monday and Next Week At Special Sale Prices We purchased numbers of Beautiful Silk Dresses and Suits for the Style Show. These have served their purpose and now to adjust our stacks we offer choice of any Dress buit or Coat that was displayed by this store at the Mission or Queen Theatre at Special Sale 1 rice. In view of the fact that these are the newest and best styles created for theseason this sale affords a special buying- opportunity. Style Show Dresses Suits and Coats on sale at a uisLuuui ut ij pci tun i. We have just the garments for young women in our new Bischof coats and suits. They arc exceptionally veil suited to young women because of their charming simplicity their graceful lines and the many little touches that appeal to youth. And then the wonderful Bischof linings 1 One suit that will appeal mstarftly to th...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 March 1916

r i "Sf!OOP"THE ub THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. FAK fBVfcf REPORTER Scopp Starts A Fish Hatchery By "HOP"! cS'SSvSr N A-BUT X UKE.TO f ST DoWM - 'Wf 'o oAWCONE ITA -- - I I THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK has been a forceful and conservative fac- tor in the business life of this community. It has maintained close and helpful rela- tions with the commercial interests of the Abilene Country. It is equipped to handle new accounts and give them the same careful attention that has pleased our already large list of depositors. We are well equipped to handle your banking business and will appreciate same. PERSONAL AKD SOCIETY HEMS FROM STAMFORD er a few days laBt week. Wednesday and Saturday Were days long to bo remembered by tho Jack rnbblta of Elmdalo; that 1b those who wore ho lucky us to escape. Sonic- thing over GOO rubblts were shiugn- tcrcd in tho two drives. Another big drlvo Is scheduled tor the near fu- ture. Quito a number of our people took dinner with Mr. nnd Mr...

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 — 28 March 1916

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. m Camptr Sc&CC'S eBSaR2KES3Z3rESE &MS&SM2MESMs&&3&MUM2 S 1 Kayser's New Silk Gloves For Spring The name "Kayser" in each pair i3 assurance of quality and reliability--the hind that don't wear out at the finger ends Shown in Black With White Slitchhig and Embroidery; in White with Black Embroidery; and in Gray and Navy with stitching and embroidery to match; Gjc to -- --- -- ?1 " Short Lengths In Silks Specially Priced We will offer Monday a number of Silks in short lengths at a bargain. The offer includes Taffetas Poplins and Messalincs ranging in length from one yard to dress pattern length. At present prices these are worth $1.25 a yard; offered Monday and until sold at . S9 AGE. EIGHT Abilene s Favorite r jJ Spring's Complete Display of Fashionable Apparel on View at This Store Daily Women Who Seek the Accepted Styles Find Them Here in Most- Liberal Assortments and at Moderate Cost The New Spring Suits That are Modish an...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 March 1916

Stbikiije gitttHflieMg ftejwct voi.i mf xm. Ulll.LM TI. IH Fltin M IM II St 1910. V 5Mi:R2l5. ADLY HURT WHEN FAST L Y. CENTRAL TRAINS CRASH Haw j ii mi m.iwinwM i luwuiif ummwmjwmwiMiiwmipiat.iii'j'iiwjiJmwiWJi'iiMt l)e ircminntnfMBnnsaieBmnMMiawiBMBiOTnfVMMnHn niBiiwiioiimwu"iwwijiiii. iimi iuimwh wpihiiuiiubwwp!! - mimwiiiii m mi mihiw.m i - VA Ily Special I .eased Wire. SAN ANTONIO Texas. Mnrcli 29. I'nrrnnzn's perihlRBloji to send supplies over tin N'orthwestern Itntlroml to tlm American troops who arc now In .Mex- ico scouring the country In nn effort to locate Vltln was tecolviul at (Sen. Funston'rf headquarters hero. lt Is specified tliat tilt? supplies must be sent an ordinary freight to sonic Indi- vidual not coniu'etcd In any way with the army. (len Fuiibtnu tonight had not received official notification to ship supplies through Juarez to Casus Grandes. but no delay In Retting tnc shipments under vvav was nnuclputcd. It wan s-ihl that with a few liourH or even minutes tlm ...

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 — 31 March 1916

."iWHBiMS9W8fs? ss&e-. ( mLz . ju-iv.-4 .t . I I &JWPW5 at rat ABMuiyi mgofcTBK Abilene texas. I i - Abilene a Bank ing Center MM'iifaw';'8iiiij;wiiiia!ti'iiwit-. t iti- l. f: 3? . - r t i i Truly this is true The last published Statements show total deposits in the three banks to be practically two and a quarter million dollars. This is in spite of a poor cotton crop in our own county It reveals the fact that we ate now getting a large volume of business from without There is no reason why Abilene should not become more of a banking center. With three large banks and a well organised Trust Company capable of handling all legiti- mate business coming here we should continue to draw largely from the territory around us. And we will These two institutions propose to do their part. First State Bank Guaranty Trust Co 1'ERSON'ALS. ' John Mlnguts went to Balrd Wodnca day to attend to business nffnirH. Will Lilly went to Ctfdo Wednesday noon to look after business Interests. ' Mr. ...

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 — 31 March 1916

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. PAGE THREE iilmi Hiimtiiji mWjtou cght- ' - -X it : ' j t f y f . f wr jEN. . fesS waUfXUFJt 1rTlJTJV3n - 'W SYNOPSIS. Mary PnBe. arlrdim is aeruireiJ of tho murilcr of J.imtss Polloe ami Is lit fended by licr lover l'lrtllp .tinWmt titocl w Intoxicated. Cni.1c a tt-ook and tool ttf Pollock was on thn Ori fttt-ftftq waicli- UiK for ItmOon THE DRAMA. OF THE LAW WITH tho ontr.itioo of the Jinke tin turmoil pf tin' mst croud I hat tilted the court- toom almost to .surfoeatlun subsided Into n tniiso uliktu.r up t. pecluiiey. Tho uttuospheie was vi- brant with II taut as a violin- slrimr .Which snapped ami brought thetlirong Bhrslitk' wildly in Its f.-t when some onu shrilled "Here she eoluesr At the ba U of tho room men and women foupht lit'tt frenzy for foothold upon the soa.'s of cfinlrs Ui-owiitiiK the thunder of lie Judge's parol With their chunorous hysteria while those nearer the rront were Ikiup liodlly apnlust the kteady wall of police beyond ...

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 — 31 March 1916

M"t mwn nwum'i. $yriHi& yA&tomif i ft. : I. hi I H jmmkkh Why titibe Pains? - M M I fi Hero b a testimonial unsolicited M V '" I id my will it would 9JS3 5 S l advertised on every street 1JE M corner. The man or worjrfTv W M J If that has rheumsiisni andJsilj rtf 5 " S lllilliiijililill!! lo keep nrid use SIoan'dLini. km&ttS " 111 iilllir nient h lika a drownidf man miilttarwfl W I II! illflr "fusing n rpo." rjJ' K.1I5MTJSI m 1 hi III i x1'1 LalfMd ''Jr I jireHra NF llillllrliliiiilifll . J fj C JMB h fci ' w.. EC PRm M IIPliji I v J rkm uki rci f . i ii h v mj H M .fcLWVVf HHSMKf ." HkBSk THg ABlLElfB REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. SCHOOL TRUSTEES WILL BE ELECTED SATURDAY: TUESDAY WRONG DATE Superintendent .T s. emtit. .i..t.u. Wednesday that there was gome mis- understanding of the proper dale for holding the rccular rnnntv ani ino j. school trustee -octlon. i no impression has got abroad In some way that the election Is to be held Tuesday April I but this Is wrong The right ...

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 — 31 March 1916

agi n "SCOOP"reporter The-Star f itcher Is Not Laid up . A Lo"g Shot By "HOP'' THIS ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. U R Vrtifo1; oH-lVl PRETTY SUR-USr UAV& GoTSEST BOUT TH' ($ VEP-PLENTY OF .SPCED -IN I ( BONSpmS I GOOD WITH MY ( A FLMTCH00B. V M&'SPEEp-ANO ) V ( ASX imSotSfaV VggRA PITCHER sf- SEE? 7 f H W""") ? &WflNC0frR9ert "C mi iii.m ' ' ' ' -' '- i ' ' ' -'-"'-" '' I'-'" ' " ' -' ."'r- . ... 'H H.- t RANCH NEAR EL PASO RAIDED; TENSION ON BORDER INCREASES t Much Pessimism in Army Circles al El Paso over Capturing Villa If not Caught this Week It May Take Months. Uy The Associated Press. EL PABO TcxaB March 23 -Much :r Gen. m'cr tho prospects of capturing Gen. It Is stated that unless Mexico's nlll havo outrun his pursuers and It from tho mountain hiding places. ' " It is Bald here that unless tho Mexican railroads arc made available forPPCAT 11 A V AT THE thb transportation of American supplies the pursuit of the- bandit army will yLH I UHl HI I IlL lie iinmporeu u...

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 — 31 March 1916

i-W-9 .& 'w& - AH t 'J THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. THREE BRITISH TffE IK-HUT " VESSELS SUNK HE AMOUNTS TO . I i i I mi I i in" -s ih.iiniM mi l.ia li Ql Big Sale of Ladies' Coat Suits v Sport Coa tsNewest Style Dresses TNO STKUKHS 0K OF l.lnil III.IMI NIMH! VIHtM OF IMF IN- TIIVS AM) PISIITUtltlKli IKK INK OF iMHIlt I'HOM C i ni;t mt TIO A J mi-OI! COl T 1 tVWltiSVI w- i . . - - . "i jt .. - -- -' --- --' -- ' i -. I.1 --"'"" - r - .7 steHifi Pilaris I m. te qui i ..rrriiiiMfeL $ - ar4yi. 'f-7 1 .. wmff'y'3. i rTr?L i' i a '-jraBiy " if.' 55 ff VI jSt ill i L Bl If mil 1 I. J- .1 -TVl'JBU I H VM W1 iffi ZiL Ssi K4 fwi IpyR -t i If II H If '! ! Xoung men mid men who think like vniin men VMthi to tlrdfo modislily coolly ami ueojiomie.ill. Tin Sencoii i.s ripe for yon to onlt here nml coijshIit Ihtt utmost in mouhlcri-to-tiiensure oldthcs We have nmiiy skin-thiii niroptm woolens ami .worsteds from" Wlttnli to choose tlnlinod if yon like You can pick yoiff own Htyliuj. c...

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 — 4 April 1916

"f -T te Slbikw Bjcpjcrrtjer ttm loi.mi: HUM M mis Tl IHlftV WML I 1!)1. Nv HUE I! 27 -wekte germs close VERDUN BY 31 V.SHUII ATTACKS FHO.M TWO BIRlKTIONH IIWIJ OCflTIL'R VII.I.AUK OF vvcx. AVIATORS HAVE BEEN BUSY Air Itnlils Out Eastern English Counties Id'stiltr-I u 2s Dentils ami II tnliircil Am-uIIIi Mt(s Cope. The Germans aro gradually closing in on Verdun drawing their Hiioh a little closer nortiionst of the fortress where by massed attacks from two directions tlioy havo secured tho vll- tnuo nf Vnnv. Their unsuccessful attempts to pene- trate the French lilies according to Pnrlfi. bv nn atlnck wore checked by the French and there was spirited fighting at cIohc quarters before the (rowh PrlnceN forces maib) part of their way Into the village The Gorman Infantry ban not moved fiom Its trenches west f the Mouse .since the rapture of Mnlnlicourt fol- lowed shortly ban unsuccessful drjyu pt French positions iiorthenHt of lull vo. 29:. In the rei?lon of bendmun"' I HIL Tbo artiller...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 April 1916

tAiir-U THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. eraaagBaixxJJ--t'a'u''ll'l''J'-Jg:;a:?l? I I i I l 4 T Systematic Saving AND Prudent Investing Persona Local Household PERSONALS. . JiUWS HlUEl'S. Automobile I.Iccnscil. Tlio following auto licenses have becrt Issued A Plnnl. Htiffnlo Onp. Maxwell. 11CS. T. A. Ilunftrit. Maxwell 11GD; V. J I21y. Fdnl 1170; John W Lylo Merkel 1171. Aro the fundamentals of financial success. Tlio schooling that comes by systematically saving a part of one's in- come is a most valuable asset in ultimate success. Think about this. We are extremely gtatificd at the large number who are taking advantage of our Savings Department. Our 750 depositors in that Department have shown that they un- derstand and .appreciate the importance of saving as well as the protection afforded by a legally organized State Savings Bank. COME AND JOIN THE NUMBER. Hniiks rinse nt nm Dcclnnlntr with next Stttilfttny th local hanks will close every Saturdiv until September at noon. Tur...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 April 1916

11 THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. PAai TBmn mwttniiiiii iil (fmmmmntmm WPTIWli .. ..-.!.. i -IM. - - .....i !! in ii.ih it. i . ! ! . T i iniiiirm-iinnm ij'iL.iIwiM1).j.j.xj. i ij.iiiui.1 i . 1 -'I ui . - .-- i l i'i'iii i " PwwuiiiiimnwMww'lumiiniwimtiMiii mi m i'i urn ihm'c AmwwrttuXnm WO' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' '" ' -M -TtflJ. Mr ri-JtJ m x mim VMmtua ..---n.ii.i it ' i l ' " iii -iiwiwj Muni nwiimifiiMwiiw inMmJiWiwwiHw lihian mi Mi.yrTM. .. ... nr innniii..m.jLi.uiju."-J .. ji. . g.r.. i - i. -i 11 i i n rn " iiTwgh mum mm w wmmi . w Tfe 8&a&ouBiti Sveatest Stocks e l&m SeY SWam ks Ifo at Ww "Best at Vis So?e 0) Ul'J owe JDeXsfcviftie lie &x$uVS&sUy TMtiWvweYu This is nn ideal lime lo complete your purchases of Spring needs. The advantages will he ohvious to you I ho moment you step into Ihe store. Every section is bright Willi the newest freshest and prettiest of Spritrgniirrclmntilsc; A'SsTTriTrrersrs are at their hlglilTcle MluTy the broadest varieties thai...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 April 1916

1 ) THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. TIME fO 0 DRESS UP! LAY ASl CLOTHES F PRING APPAREL DE THE WINTER OR ci.f Jt1?1 stl)c.usual lnnc lor nien l() 1U1 ilsi(c lllt? Winter dollies and don Ihe new Spring slvles. This store announces rcadv with New Suits Hals Shoes Shirts lies Hosiery mid Underwear in Ihe belter styles for this Spring season tiwrv item in this entire stock was bought before the present scarcity and high price ol merchandise therefore the quality is better. The colors are more desirable. Ihe slvles are newer and Ihe prices are 20 per cent less than the present market price. MEN TAKE AMOMBNTS TIME TO COMPARE this STORES MERCHANDISE WITH OTHER STOCKS; we are willing to abide by your decision ; n i $15.00 Adier's Collegian All-Wool Hand Tailored Suitschoice Collegian Suits nre not Jf.no suits n c-vtiv null mack- with their In! p is woilh $isv) and p of this ninke the purchaser U insured of pri'-dimnk wool hand Inllnrod and tern-el filling suits. In buying suits In the s...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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