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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 October 1914

PAOI M lilil Bll X 9C BRAVES JAKE THE FIRST GAME WINNING RUN IS SCORED IN THE NINTH; FINAL COUNT IS 1 TO 0 r Foreign Exchange ROM AH: SCORE IS 7-1 f BIG PARADE IS HELD SATURDAY Li NATIONAL LEAGUE PENNANT OVER PHILADELPHIA IN WORLD'S SERIES RUDOLPH IS INVINCIBLE IN IDE BOX Drives Bender the Athletics' Star Hurler from the Box This Marking nn Epoch in World's Series HistoryGowdy is Star Hitter For the Bostons Boston Fans Hold Parade After Garao Is Over. SIIIHK i'Attlv PIUt.ADBLPlllA. Ort. fl.- The Hoeton National League pennant winners eoally run away with the Philadelphia Athletic today. !e renting them b- a neorr of 7 to I The Hoatona drove Iletuler the Atlilotlo. xtar rlsht hander from tho mound by terrlHc hitting which the IlmYM p'eced together when him mount num. fkwdy wn the hitting Mar for the Hoatons getting three nafe. blown In three time at bat. One of Gowdya hltR wn a doobio and aroUier a tbree-dmgger. hta third lilt bettig a alngl. Hudolph pitched a mio of llrat water Tor ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 October 1914

-&rZmmLlfitiwM00lfrlto E WKKK VAK.H1KII AT Mill IX 1WS. iillil .VIII HAVE SIX (III 111 KEN. Inlm-llng Account of Wcddlnir l llciirlnlrd From Altllctic Hall) lt. purler of October I81ifi (lid Tlnirr 1VIII Kccall Etrut. HODG ES COUPL HERE THURSDAY 1. AND MRS. M. PAIR .. . . r" Thirty bales of cotton were pur- huradny wag a great dny nt the chased he llrst dny by the compnnv I enlntt West IV-aii Fair. It wan Al-lundcr their recently evoked titan. lene dny. nnd ndded to the Inrge crowd Rend the letter: of Abilene people who went out Midi j crtjovril the exhibit nnd nmuomont Atlanta (In.. Oct. 2. lull there were mniiy people In from tho Thc lleporter. cnuntrv. Among the number theiij Our Investigation throughout the "'"' "r "- '" .mimic rnir or inesouthern stnles hnve proen eonclu- llodgc community. JBlvoIy thai (he reiumptlon of normal Old timer will recnll Hint back In business I dependent absolutely on tin rar ISOS Mr. George L. Paxton the cotton market. Very little money who wan ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 October 1914

7A0K HOST THE ABILENE REPORTER ABIIENE TEXAS. fg annm TJliaAKian smmma mw&xzssfo n ' j$ Tkr RT..7.?iaiv - l i)trorv f ' rnWp f-i - t n c l plF ' lrJIieice tKe 1 eJl Otyles " & ' ' - - - 2Ts 4Vw&. vCs. F wjy x yVv N 1r VZ J5a-WKW1tT V5? AV J' t-it;ii IP'll We present on this page a timely and striking fashion picture illus- trating a development in styles and showing the source of inspiration from whence come one of our most charming fashions for the Fall Season. That "Paris sets the styles for the world" is an oft repeated statement hut the sources from which Paris gets her information is not always clear. Here however is the story clearly told by pictures. With this simple Russian dress as the inspiration Paris' with a deft touch has given America one of the most attractive styles that have appeared in years. The Basque the Russian overskirts the long set in sleeves the semi-fitting bodice as originally produced in Paris have been reproduced and adapted with hundreds of...

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

I) biknt Smi-toeehln ntnoxttt . - 1 p VOL XX.NU ABILENfc TEXAS FRIDAY OOTTOBER 16 1814 MUMBXE 9k. CENTRAL NEWS COMPANY DISPATCH SAYS PORTUGAL HAS DECLARED WAR Type of Zeppelin which is Causing Anxiety in Europe with Gar Lowered for Observation gKE.'gr.AWlurti M .s j 9idEZ am'iWIHM3irl3i MmL - . .. &. .! r. y tnmmism2sm 8hJSf&t'. "-Tiitrii Mr'Tnt " orafthe.17 Ballon8 .av'T - hffc !& &awiJirf2rf& . w!lw i pv -. - frMcHfcz ; I? ' ' - 1. I ISmf y I mk I Aluminium ' TMHL3HHyyiMI BIS?!"-' a IK i 1 I"Mmcwork " CarFnDnSHPBHHBi'3 91 PSflLf i .dUtf'iiiiiMiaaVaaaaaaawtf 1 . l twenty or more per ms were klludiclred yards below nno ticueatu uic in Antwerp by bombs dropped In Mm third Zepplln raid on the t-lty The place wan thrown into it puttie Lately tlit; Germans have added k novelty- to tht'lr Zeppellnti. They unvi arranged tin nrmorcd car to lie dropped by cables fop observation of tlio enemy While the Zeppelin xotile Sou or more foot In length rides above the clotidti an...

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

m V 7 r fAWTWt mmrrwmmmmmm r. TBI AKLMtl WORT ABILENE T1XA e jig Wttaf A WbrfA? To Own Your Homo. To have crctltt nt tho bnnk. i To bo a money lender. To own ft good business. To bo rnted hlRh by creditors. Peoplo whu tnntoh up to tho nbovo descriptions nre nailed "Thrifty." Thrifty people STAtlT by PUVNNlNO their savings Thoy deposit In the bnnk a certain mini rt'RUlnrly nnd keep ovcrlnstlngly at It. Soon thoy nre tiblo to got possession of h homo worth twlco their cnpltnl borrowing the rest nt the bonk. . Thin stops tho rent pnytrionts. If you will join tho "ABILENE THRIFT OLUB" ' you will noon lenrn how ensy It In to ncqulrc thrifty hub. Its. That done ynu will find thin bank Inlorestod In your success. You en n withdraw your deposit nt ANY time If neces- sary. Come In tomorrow ami hnvo it oxplnlned. No cohI to Join. Deposit ns little as GOe n week If you like The First State Bank & Trust Co. ?. NOSTRILS AND HEAD STOPPED UP FROM COLD? TOT MY CATARRH BALM Isltantly Clean Air P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 October 1914

p TiMTMMK ... AIISrffc REPORTER ABUJCRT. TEXAS. srrr..ay. ar-j:::.:'inraj: s: Ii I . - I . i ' Look Before You Leap "" ' "i ml.. Especially when it concerns your bank account. It is when times are hard that you need the assistance of your banker Place your account where an experienced and conservative management keep this in mind. The Citizens National Bank Geo. L. Poxton President Jec F. Garrison Cashier J. 0. SheltoR Active Vice President E. Chandler Aist. Cashier Member Regional Reserver. 4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts. " "fr M'(IKT M'dUKTH 4- 4- -K NTdBNT. Texas. Oct. 12.-A Root! rain foil here today which Ih favora- ble to the wheat sower hilt unfavor- able to the cotton picker and thresher men as a good lot of grain Iiuh not been threshed in thin community yet. Kveryoiie" 1b trying In hoc who can do thi' m out work these days In and around our burg. .Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Hlgge have a new comer at their home In the poraon of a bouncing boy who arrived on thu 2nd IttHi. Mr an...

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

JA2U2 ft . AM StMl-WEEKLY REPORTER PV ABILENE PMNTINQ COMBANY. 1C2B North Second Street. sfetered M Becond-cLass Mall at Abiicno iexs October 14 1003. SUBSCRIPTION RATE8: On Ycnr fin Adrnneol 11.00 8U Months tin Advanoo) ... .60 Subsnrlbprs falling to receive iheir papers res- uJarly will confer ft favor upou the. mannKomont by reporting sam to Iho iijBlnoss office l'hono 67 We wish tbnt we kucw when tiie cruel war. The ItViiortcr would be ury Bind to havo !.. "!?........ ...t.l .....I "VA l.n1.1 1i irln.l lll'lll.. tirivili-irn nf' lillttl loll 111 tt till lintllO of UVlTY Ml i-llllUji; HU1IIH VIIVIi . K SIIVlllll "V t"ou ...... ....... p w. j...... r --- - -- -.-. nnnomice the ditto but we don't and we do'fnrtner in Central Texns who will ngroc to cut i down tho acreage ilo will plant in coitoit uur- TELEPHONE8J fiuslue. alia CltcaifcUnu .... 67 Ivdltorlal Ofllco ..iiit.-. . 829 Society . 1097 or 348 (Any erroneous reflection upon tho character standlnn or reputation of any person...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 October 1914

i ill IIBWI ""! TKH AMLXrfK rrwtlT.V AWT. TKUM safe ' BOSTO S THE WORLD'S SERIES Crowd Overlooking Philadelphia Game From Adjoining Housetops 5RaEr??H' URGE REVOLT F ROM EN LAND HOI II WAH MMItKII IX KOITII Ar'ltlf'A UKVOI.TS AM) J0IX8 Till (JKH.HAX8. MARTIAL LAW IN EFFECT BRAVES WIN FROM ATHLETICS IN 1 2TH INNING: SCORE IS &4 r 1 1 trmim FKNWAY PAHK BOSTON Oct 12. ivvwwwvvvyiywwwriwivy In ft thrilling flnlRh In n 12-lnnlng THE BOX SCORE! riniRKir in? ixiaion liraTCS cnnm- Miiajiiu h'n II n A Philadelphia Murphy rf. tilons of the National I.enRUc. defeated ' the Philadelphia Athletic by the score A.-rin. 1 r of B to 4 Tho world's serlea games S. 4 nnw' ilnml ttn.lnn 1 ltt.lll.o ft yoilina 4U 1 now" stand Boston 3 Athletics ft Baker 3b S 2 0 0 0 The struggle was nip nnd tuck from i7!'.. .1 " I V Ihn klfirl In Hi Inal In!. n.l It n. " D .. Untcher dowdy formidable bat that nA f. crtrrlml the day for lionton. He drovo Barry ss 5 Schang c 4 2 1 1 4 18 1 0 G out n homo run nnd two do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 October 1914

r i i i i r it h : il rt "notaIe" progress claimed BY ALLIES IN TODAY'S FIGHTING FRENCH CLAIM VON KLUOK IS RETREATING FIGHTING IN CENTER DECLARED TO BE THE FIERCEST OF THE PRESENT BATTLES. BED Q1AN GOVERNMENT TO MOVE TO Germain Occupy Ghent Several Antwerp Forts Reported to Holding Out Son of Russian Grand BtjkeJDics of Wounds- Two Servian Princes Wounded Neutrals to Bo Sent out of Tsing Tau Artillery Duel At Belfort I WASHINGTON Oct. 13. Official consular dispatches say that tho GcnnanB are threatening Warsaw capital of Russian Poland and that the city may fall momentarily. LONDON Oct. 13. "Notable" progress is the word the French official statement uses tills afternoon in describing the Allies' fighting today. The French resumed tha offensive against the extreme right of General von Kluck's army today. Notablo progress is claimed near Arras and "plain" progress in the center. Advances are also claimed west of Argonue cast of Vcr. dun. Some ground has also been gained on the road' ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 October 1914

X r J)e 3tttletie Si-tttedUj) Mtp&xttz VOL .MI. ABILENE TEXA8 TUESDAY OCTOBER JO. 194. NUMBER & FRENCH SAY GENERAL SITUATION S NOW AY AG BRITISH CAPTURE FROMELLES SOUTHWEST OF LILLE AND ON YPRES OANAL ALLIES' SOLDIERS AND MARINES REPULSE AN ATTACK BY THE GERMANS. I J LI I T II N ACREAGE BILL BE PASSED DESPITE OPPOSITION IT SEEMS CERTAIN SOME SORT OF DILL WILL PASS. SEVERE FIBHTIHG ALONG NORTH LINE Germans Are Making Dcspornto Effort to Rcnch Dunkirk Russian Offensive West of Warsaw and San River Continues Unchecked. Situation in Galicia Satisfactory to Allies Austrian De- stroyer Sunk 8000 Russians Captured. E IS TO ACT Will Finally Act on Measure and Put It Up To SenateIt Will De Tuesday Before Senate Can Get Quorum. By The United Press. LONDON Oct. 17. Stockholm has an Austrian report declaring that Italy and Austria aro on the vergo of concluding an agreement by which in exchange for Italian neutrality Austria will cede Italy a district in Austrian Tyrol including the cit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 October 1914

mmmmmmmmmrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i You Who Have Children Ilnvo you over obBcrvcd Hint tho Thrifty boy AVOIDS tho company of tho spendthrift? Do you rcallzo thnt most everything to benefit thu child In taught In our public school KXUEPT "Bvcry.dny- finance." How Ib your child to get Uils Important part of bin edu- cation unions YOU provldo It? .Hero-la tho way; bring him to (his bank and Join WITH lilm tho "ABILENE THIlllT CLt'U" A the weeks go by both you and ho wll becotuo moru nud moro fascinated with your creation of CASH capital and during the 9 weeks you will be helping the child to form a habit which will be worth a great deal to him In life. You can withdraw all our deposits at any time. "When you hnvo deposited oven a small Bum each week for 49 weeks you will have a snug little Cash Capital MOUK than your total deposits which can cither be Increased In- vested or withdrawn Don't put this off. Membership free. Join now. The First State Bank & Trust Co. F COLONIAL FL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 October 1914

mi '?' "i m V; ITO INVESTIGATE I T F WAR TAX PASSED BY THE SENATE MfpL BK nnS FINANCING E APPEALTO WILSON THE ABILENE KBPORTBR ABIL1NK Tgyi a) DADS V OR OUR GOVERNORS 0 IIOUS MR Look Before You Leap Especially when it eoncerns your bank account It is when times are hard that you need the assistance of your banker. Place your account where an experienced and conservative management keep this in mind. The Citizens National Bank Geo. L. Paxton President Joe F. Garrison Cashier J. 0. Shelton Active Vice President E. Chandler Asst. Cashier Member Regional Rcservcr. 4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts. A.R. AT DALLAS TEXAS WENT THERE TWELVE DAYS AGO EOll IIKM.'EIT OK tin: LOW Kit AI.TITrilK. HAD BEEN SICK THREE YEARS Puieral MI1 Occur l'mm Knmlly Re. -filfiirc In Park HcIu'liU Sntur- duj Morning October 17. nt 10:00 O'clock. The dmuh of A. It "Moots which oc- curred In DalUm. Texas Thursday night at U:30 o'clock wan announced In n metitmge to II. A. Heading which wan received here Ht y "0...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 October 1914

'.girouit mm t M nlMM'ilL P0t l T5P A1ILKOI JtXfOJlTlll AHUSES 1VXAM. f Positively Coming! AY OCT. 22 Only ReaS Wild Animal Show on Earth Jn Emm 9f " - Iter lfeJ wT ttjsfli feh HMD JBP 3-RImM WiSdl Animal CTJ "THE mm THAT'S EIFFEREHT" 600 PERFORMING ANIMALS 600 65 BIG SENSATIONAL ANIMAL ACTS 65! I'oiforniluL Jungle tired Mono. Tigers l.otHti-d I'liina Jaguar. (irl7! Cinnamon Slliafhui ami - . Polar p.car Tlirt'lirtntK. Camels y.ebra. Zubaa II) wis. Sacred Cult In. Kangaroos OrrtliKJtimtir. Ap M Chimpaniiee Monkey. Mountain Goate. bogs lSu.. lite. Tom Dick Harry Horse-Riding Sea Lit. Big QUI Wrestling Grizzly i Mtio Florines Performing ueocards? Tot and Tiny Vorld's S max est Performing Horses Aoriel Dogs and Monkeys si y Sob Chocolate i anno uanafna yiorse Tom Jerry and Louie .jfijdrke Sliding Lions Spunk the Good-NightrPofyj Romeo Mathematical Porfyj Danger Dynamite Mileahfiinit Just Mules World's Only Educatea Btfngal Tigers 24- FULL-GROWN AFRICAN LIONS Id ONE ACT. World's Challen...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 October 1914

PManv V -- -- 'vl h. ' s: jSWi .--A!V) j LVJ XVv XT .s.rJ. XX ' rM k: Ti -sj 5&& ha m kCA- .-r 'v. Ioooooopoo 2rOL t: &-"! KSI SKW -H'. .- T or1 iq f: rrr m l04o Kl G; T SEW N? jS" . L? t .-.. rl 2ir SftS ' - ts m Muonnt uromi ABtunre tkum. Join the National Cotton Goods Buying movement! Buy cotton goods here this week at the specially attractive prices and you will aid the South. Remember every purchase helps. Under normal conditions about 9000.000 bales of our cotton is yearly exported from this country. The conditions abroad this Fall have made considerable exportation impossible and have created a serious problem which affects not only the South but the entire country as well Yet if every one of the hundred million people of this- country increased their purchases of cotton goods to only a small degree the surplus now lying in Southern warehouses would soon be absorbed and the prosperity of the South and every section of the country would be practically assured. Back...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 October 1914

vf AB1LIHE REPORTER ABH.EME TEXAS. I & ltovs Hulls 12.0 'MKl. sfclfiu. 1.00. -fft IH. ."ill. 7"in .WiO 11HM floes' Overcoats - ! H 4 All. Ti(M). ii .HI. 7 (1 and f Vi HovV lint --- flOc. 7Ai t.'K. :M mW-Cnp U.V nud .W ltovs Sweaters- fiOc. Ofe. 7nc. $1.00 I3". ! ' llo'V Blouse Waists and Shirts "Ik. "'". ' lM Tlii lint is jnt out ntitl will be hi of the popular tinvolties for Kail nnd winter Thov match in color tint! fabric tin new Htiltnaotitut Coats now such favorites. Made or heavy Seidell woolens in plaids nnd fbncy mix-. $1 En turts -a novelty that is wry serviceable for winter wwit'.... y I UU "Wleu s stud Tios 5aYV awA. ADVwtax AJOmatoVes ?Aait:irr o m$v Qu8lVV 1Uqv "PyimA Our Departments of Men's and Boys' Wear are in themselves a complete store in which everything worn by men young men or boys can be found in ample assortment in reliable grades and at fairest prices. Especially for this Fall and Winter season we have provided in larger variety than usual for the ever gr...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 October 1914

aBwPJPJBBBBa vor. xxxu. UULiNK TEXAS FHlDlY OlTOIIEK 2-1 1914. XTMRKX M BATTLE IN NORTHERN FRANCE IS UNDECIDED OFFICIAL AND NAMIIR TAKEN By THE ALLIES? DISTRICT COURT fENGLANDS MASTERY OF SEA H AT ALBAr BECOMING IMPORTANT FACTOR GERMAN AIRSHEDS- HI THE EJALTIC SEA EE THIS Is Til K t'M'OM-'IIMIKD HI'. I0RDS II IK KRIIHir THAT REIN MAY IS (SRTTIMI UK III V nut iik; it aid. IHH'Kirr TIMS TERM 1H HEAVIEST ALLIES TO BESIEOE BRUSSELS? ioh received from Tin: II VUIT. TODAY. it has iihex Hilt SIX YEARS. UNOFFICIAL REPORTS GERMANS ARE FORCING ALLIES TO LIMIT WITH REIN- POROEMENTS AND ALLIES ARE STILL DETERMINED TO CAPTURE STRATEGIC CITY OF LILLE. BRITISH ENGAGE GERMAN SUBMARINES Five Submarines Scouting Belgian Coast fpr British Warships Stop. ped by Destroyers and Twelve Torpedoes Fired without Re suit British Gunboats Aiding Allies on Land Attacked But Actual Results aro Not Given Today. By The Associated Press PARIS Oct. 21.- Official and unofficial reports today agree that the battle in ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 October 1914

MHTWf v m i mmmmmmmmmmvmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm fmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmiiiii mm ! li-sOwR11 Your Money lakes its plncc in the commerce mid industry of the community largely through the bnnk. And this whether you or somebody else puU it there. Hcsolve to-dny tor be the one to deposit your tm nionoyx Join the "Abilene Thrift Club" nnd find out how ch.iy it is to form the habit r3t- ting nhond. Membership is Free. The First State Bank & Trust Co. o ANOTHER HON WHYGERMANSQUiT NHCH ON PARIS WKItE r.NAII!K TO .MOVE HltF.AT "UKlUniEHS'' AT FAST ENOUGH HATE. Uy tho United Press. U-AHIS. Oct. 19. The ouestlon has b-en asked muny times why the Ocr- mttns with thoir groat numbers and their overwhelming superiority In ar tillery after having broken the resis tanco of tho Allies at Charlerol and I penetrated to the very gates of Paris were unable to mulntuiii their posi- tions. The military science of Hon. Joffre certainly furnished one reply to that question but t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 October 1914

I it ; ABILEUE REPORTER ABILKWf! TEXAI. " .j . 1 -.. . - - - . . . look Before You Leap Especially when it concerns your bank account. It is when times are hard that you need the assistance of your . banker. Place your account wherG an experienced and conservative management keep this in mind. The Citizens National Bank uco. L. Paxton President Joe F. Garrison Caskler J. 0. Sheltoi Active Vice President E. Chandler Aist. Cashier Member Regional Reserves 4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts. Jean Who Fought for "Lillies of France" Returns to His Home UV WILLIAM G. SIIKPHKltD (Pulled Press Staff Correspondent.) PAltlS. jpt. ;:o. by mall tu New York. Dirty anil unshaven mid wear- ing n filthy uniform Jenn lidlege. of the "I'nd Infantry nut packed in a III- tlu compurtmeut of n train that was soon to Htart for Uordouox ami laugh ingly told nic how he had had his hand shot off by a Gcrmiiu bullet. 1 liked him from the firm for the wnj lie acted and despite his dirty nppeuu- iince I notice...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 October 1914

n i I f k . ; K V MM KK 1 If 5 Mr a TOUR HOI ABXLSHl EltOKTIJt ABM TXXA. ABILENE SEMHMEEKLY REPORTER BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. 1022-23 North Second 8treet 'liou lor an excuse is not n patj f and for Legislature Kills Cotlon Acerage Bill kntered as tiecond-class Alan nl October 14 1903. SUBSCRIPTION RATE8J Ono Year (In Advance) ... Su Months t fit Advance) . BubSTlbers falling to receive thou papers rcg' ularlr rill cinder a favor upon the management by rtiiiortliiR same to tae ouBlaoHs office. Phono 67 the neoide. mid ha no rlirht to live lieu eei the Democratic party fails to measure up to the demands of right a ml justice then It should go down in defeat. However we are --.i . .L t- ...!- - I. . .. ii.a ADilone leMSiexpeeuinf tur ueniocrnuc party io nicei uic demand of the times. TELEPHONES: OnMbeA 8a CtrcumUon .. ... CT Editorial Olllce 829 Bodotjr . 1097 or 348 (Any erroneous roflectson upon the character standing or reputation of any parson firm or cor- poration whloh may ap...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 October 1914

THK ABHiEfflE RirORTElt AtTLVWK THAI. 1 tOwillfl' ?A4n 61 DEAD BODY OF BABY IS FOUND n 1:1.1. ivi:h IP m.ad tiiii..: JUI.KX vumi aiiiii:m: i:.ui.v MOMlAl 3IUHMMI. BABY MURDERED II IS BELIEIIEDf THIS MU 111. CUllOMllfs VBII- lurr in vibw or nir.si.NT KVIIIKM'B l. CASH. WAS WELL DEVELOPED BOY HAY HAVE A CLEW Auio Slopped At Well l.nsl Thi'mIiI) Night lleporled. Vit(oi) Held Mnnduy I. H. by I'll) "l liiii. The timid body of tin lnfa.ul pmb- .iM a week old waa found enrly M nu- lla luiruliiR by ItzaKlel King son of tnhii Kin. In a secluded well Jutit off ii. rjwiur aitp ritttl throo tiillos oonUi of Ablloue. Tho officer ItotiiR Intm. ilwtely notified went loathe mf errhcfs Weir mill Whulcy. County .tlnfliey Kceble anil Justice of Hie I'mie T M. WIIIIh mill others wwu to tlio cnc In nti uuto. TIi body Onirer- Arc Mnrklng mi 'ac An. oilier tixnhilnnlloii or Hie Nur- rnitndlnir tn Up Mndp Todnj. I'tfwft.r f tt'btt efforts will pe mndr o i Mcft eild'nre In lhr rnsr- and the officers expect ...

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