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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 October 1914

I -s ! K i m fcwTtB aWt- &mwmmmikw&wttz& V Vi Nooltl from tho Stilt Moving fcfwre riar of In "" Nam Featuring Kathlyn William By KATHLVN WILLIAMS lllmrtnrfJ With PAfM from I ha Pitlora Film tmnsssssssntv $tr7dritcviifiiiUi.bjW!rjwpc CHAPTER I. Little Playmstea. A little golden- halrril clrl In tha ' eighth Mtnniir of her childhood ami tn tho thlrtl summer of her Ufa In the Jungle f Hrltlsh K a t A f r I e a- emerged from tho big thatched bungu- law that stood a 111- tlo nimrt from the conical grass hutu comprising the Kit- ilr krnal or village. In the thlektit yonder n Knllr war- rior moving with a rHihtlior suddenly tracks lie beheld ho gave her Httlo the stealth of paused iu his tho child yet hed. Ho noted with imrtlcular- Hy however that all tho cuttle wero grazing unguarded In thf clearing Jest beyond tho Kafir village nnd thut now nt sunrise all the Kafira who ownod the cnttlo ntllt slopt within their huts. For this warrior belonged to n trlbo hostile to Wambo. who ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 October 1914

j biknt Smi'toukln Jkjwrt a or xxxn. ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 27 1914 NlfttKR ti. BLE BATHE IN HISTORY OF THE WORLD IS BEING FOUGHT ON LAND SEA UNDER THE SEA ANDIN THE AIR BY GERMANS AND ALLIES 1SI MA A DESPERA1E EFFORTS BEING M E BY Ml S IS FROM NIEUPORT ON BELGIAN COAST THROUGH DIXMUDE YPRES LILLE AND SOUTHWEST TO ARRAS TER. RIFIO BATTLES CONTINUE UNABATED. Zeppelin Whose Invention Terrorized Paris and Aids LOSSES EACH SIDE TOTAL THOUSANDS Combined French and British Fleets Shelling Extrciuo Gorman Right Germun Aircraft Dropping Bombs On Allied Flcot French Mnking Material Progress at Toul Nuncy and Belfort Bolioved Gormans Losses Will Force Retirement. By Tho United Press. PARIS Oct. 24. From Niouport on Belgian coast through Dix- mude Yprcs Lillo and soutlieast to Arras is being continued tonight the most remarkable battlo in tho history of tho world. It is being waged on land on sea under sea and in the air. Engaged in this arc the forces of four nations. English French Be...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 October 1914

IP AM TW9 m MMUjant MtTtrnTim juklikx xexmm. J Your Money takwj its plnce inthtmnmflrc-id-iiidttshyF-vk community largely through the bank. And tills whether you or Bomehody elo puts it there. Ikaolve to-tlny to he the one t deposit your owu money. Join the ? "Abilene Tlirift Oiub" nnd find out how onsy it in to form tlie liHbit or .cU tinc ahead. i . Membership is Free. ' "." The First State Bank & Trust Co. J. M. WAFF DEFENDS VOTE SAYS LLUIHLATI HK AH EI) NlNh l.Y IN KILLING UIJUTI.S0U1 ACKEAUE KEDl'CTOX. Pergonals B. II. Wjnnc of Temple .aiuc hi Thursday nnd Is transacting private business tnnttcre. II. U. Harnhnrt of Austin Is among tho pleasant visitors to Abilene In JUBtln a $:; nn cotton mill will be cunBtructt-d ut -net tlie power to he fcnorntcd fiom tto dftui three mllei nest of ti.e city on Hie Colutadu. -Mr. nnd .Mrs. V T Nixon have re cenlly moved to this clt from Hntrd. Mr Nixon Is connected with th Cor- ner Jewelry store. Mrs. Charles II Smith of was vlsltlngher s...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 October 1914

Want Ads . WPPHOVBt) FARMS FOR SALE 1 ii in cnsh ror first payment bal nu on tuny terms on or before n rlaln unto m 4 per rent Interest . .ml water fine land. If von nre in. i Hftrtl. jh'p or cnlt on Colonel J. W. iltilitern Abilene Toxaa. J0-6-Kt JjljVlWl" i mff-yyi ANTKt 800 pounds of snnkeo nt n(c J. H. Kddlns fitli and Chestnut street. !UC-2t .Tif tf" - - ! "-WWVrf i) Agents wanted to rell a self luitliitt Iron for laundry work tabur .t.il fuel saver. Vav Bnlntr nt cminnU. inn. Agrnta nuke front $16.0u to $.ovv per ny. l.antes made good ri rescmnmes. imperial bou iron ui Fort Worth. Teams llox 2X5. 109-41 jv' " - in-i "Trww- FOR SALE: Mr furni. the ideei farm In Colentau i oiiuty seven hundred acrim $36.00 per ncre otic-taurlh cash balance L vear time ut 8 purtent. IntereHt notoB tufty rond due on cr before. My farm the best In Taylor county one und oni'-half miles from Lawh GO') u ts also for sale on uame tonus ns the lik'ul of Coleman county. G. W. BAKER SWAYED One brown mure ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 October 1914

AWI FOB THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXA8 . - r ... . ''& mm&wsmmmm In Tune With the Wild i Nrvllttil from tho fetlg Movin PlelnrePlay of tho Sefno Nntrtt matartn Kathtyn William By KATHLYN WILLIAMS ttlmtttatfj With Photo From tho Picturo Film w&m&wmmAw:&(mmw& StoCT tad rtctart OcrrltMlit7 Ell l"otjn.T0 (Cni.inued from Yc-irrhayr CHAPTER VI. "Oh tho Pity of It!" Through the Jungle and down Into the Valloy Hnntu ran. At lust Hinting from a rneo lasting an hour or more ho sighted the wagon standing In a clearing a little way off the trail. There waB smoke from a Art Thay wern cooking the noonday meal Edith wna the first to see the blaok boy. and she Hhouted with dellgnr "Dantu'" Tho boy's eyoa searched the camp GEORGE FREW BEE! INDICTED (IIAIIGKII mill Ml Hill It ()F It E: A I r'oiti-iinM ov l'hj jiaiu: AMI KU.hA.sLII. OTHER CASES COME OP State 11. Tnlor lirynuJiW. Chnrxed Willi Cattle Thrlt to Jurj II..I) Cntlnv I'ltadH (Julltj llui Smtcnre Mtsponded. Special...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 October 1914

COUiUL FLAT COM IS LET U.tt STIIITT! UK TO (OST AllOtT 7000 l.'Xt'M9IVK OF ITS IX fKIIIOJt 1TU.MSII1MJ.N. TO BE MODERN APARTMENT J. It. FflK'nn .Secures llie ('onlrad una WorK U to Nlnrt at Onco- W. 1 rime) tinner nn 01.1 Timer Here. EXTRA SESSION OF f LEGISLATURE HAS (Bffi NOW BEEN ENOED HK.VATK jii.mi'km ami not si: nut thiikl iioriLs I.N VfcSSION Milt mil .. T - - . . . r i 1 ft r TW AWIWI MLfOHnit AJKUWl T1XIA paoiit t out met lint buuti lot by p I'm-ii-v of Cisco to J. H. FiiRiiu contractor of AIiIIpiic. for tin roeoiiBtrucllon of flu Colonial Flntrt at IMS North -ttll triM't. which wan badly damtiRwl nltout a week uro by tin. Mr Pulloy BtntfK that tlu new IhiIIiIIiik will coHt him lii-lwpctr fclx ntnl bovpii thousand dol- lar without fiiriilnhliiK Thi upw structure will bo rorwldcralily Inwr than too old one. It will lp nn nttart- imnt liotiHp Work on construction of flip new building la to bpKln just aa irnoti jib the prPHPtit wenthor ninollor- niM Work of tonrlng down the rd...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 October 1914

ABILENE REPORTER. ABILENE TEXAl. I- ' "' - - - T - -i n - - T -u- . i ..j.i i ""H?"''"' Cmo6e& Af this (Into tin glove department Is completely stocked to fill every demand for Kid gloves. Standard qtttilitips nil wanted colors and eoi'rect stylos complete in size range. We advise those wanting: Kid glove to buy theni now as these are lines that we probably cannot receive again this season. I''roni the practical 1'fie hoMer to tin- all pure -oik we are show in- splendid line covering miuiy grades for till occasions. That American hosiery mills win produce stockings of wonderfully high grade and character is ntnplv demonstrated in our flm- ilhptny Ibis week. 5v Tied SoVviYvow o &)sv& Syoiy$ YYo)Vem--"Efc a T?ovw o StU or a QxxesVvow o bcowom as o J&& aouwa vw ous bw& "De voWV zw "Wlow&b &ui aY wwrt xecv uxwitsuaV mVxes w "BeiiVx awi ovev owsevoA wecessWVes Vtvcm4tv "BV&wVs &4omfaT&T8& Sas Svees &w& T?Wovjo Cases 'SVvV Slaves aw4...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 October 1914

vouxxxn" .. . .tMWIUM..MU u iM.MulfhJl n.......... I ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 30 1014. KUXMft t. 9$mmmmm &J rattle at the YSER DESCRIBED NO Ql AHTEIt RIVES l KiTllKK Itltll'lHll OH REIOHNS (IN FRIIIAV MHIIT. BUSHES ARE SET ON FIRE'EIGHT FELONIES RETURNED KtTiniiiis Spring lp From FlrhU Allntl Trnirlit's lint Relreut With Unity Iimi llfli Purstifil an it Hajiiutifd In lly .tlu- AHHOcluttiU press LONDON Oil. 3T" No quarters wero given by either side in the llrtt- l"h and (Senium light at thu Ysor 'attnl Friday night nays Tin? Times' -urreapondent. The RrltUh him cap- ttirHl n vtlliif ami entreuchud It. Thnt night the bushes. mouViI In tie- troliuiin. Hiiddenly lighted iln eoun- try. Mini tho (Innnnns HpmtiR from thoion renl ontnto Hnlo. n tion-sjilt wh tn.tho pitrpunu of tla (JortnatiH In tnkliiKiof It there would ho n tmnio In "i'vi iiuiuB iii'iiniy w anncK mi urn - fh The ndvHiicliig CiaruiuuH foil by the IttiiKlri'ilii. Thoy wore within thir ty yards of tlu trouchif when Hi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 October 1914

TKM A1IL1X1 MGPOltTI AMLMWt TIHI fl TWV .'' s Opinions of The People FIRE INSURANCE Oorreotly written In reodgnlzod old line oompanloc. Prompt ettlements in case of Iobs.3 ? I Jieaxi It I I Gef Ready The opportunities nbaut to open up in America will need everybody's energy brain and money. America will be cnllcd upon to do the work of the world in factory field riiifl frtrm. Opportunities for ndvnnceniont of men parties Inrly those with n cash cnpital will be plentiful. llnvc you started TOCIl Opportunity Fund! K not start it today by joining tin "Abilene Thrift Club" at thin bank. You may atnrt with 30 wontsor more if yb oan. "Whatever' you start with keep it up weekly for 40 weeks. The bank will then add the next weekly deposit to your nceonut imitoad of intoroM. Jlomuoruhip is fro'. You are invited. The First State Bank & Trust Co. ABILENE TEXAS. j IK. CARMAN IS IN lABILEI'S YOUNG STATE OF COLLAPSE .NO VimilKT 1VAS UKAGUCII IX HHtI)KJt CASK AT 31tyUkA . Y Yi:STKHllAY. fly th...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 October 1914

jsrsksi 1902 1914 Citizens National Bank .JtLake' pmk iu wi"K "ttoiition to MONDAY NOVEMBER SECOND tho hvolftl bushier an nivorsnry of (u. Citizens Xationnl Hunk. Dining tlii'su years this lunik has enjoyed to the fullest e. tent the confidence and good will of till the people. It has been this loyalty and cooperation that has assisted as in buildiuK one of the strongest financial institutions iu this entire seetiou and we are glad to take this opportunity of expressing to our put- rons and friends our sincere thanks and apprecia- tion. Gee. L. Paxten Presldeat J F. Garrison Cashier J. 0. SheltoR Active Vice Present E. Chandler Ant. Cashier Member Regional Reservcr. 4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts. Ill ONE MINUTEI GLQ OPEHOL L GGtMRILS- l J rZZi GJeari Staffed I sIr FammtmI r i mm VANISH Ilea Nastfr Ditcaarre. Heed. Heal lafUnieel aad Yea Rrcvtae Freely i Try ''Ely' Cream Balm." Y Get a email bottlo anyway fait to try it Apply a littlo In tho nostrils and in- stantly your clogge...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 October 1914

Af!l ItWl TXX A1ILIMK RKPORTKR. ABILENE. TEXAt. to w ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER Y ABILENc PRINTING COMPANY. 1t22-M North Second Street. Junereu mi tiecond-class Man at Atmene October 14 1903 lexa SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year (In Advance) ... .11.00 But MonthB (In Advnhce) -. .80 Subscribers fntllng to rccelro their papers reu- ahuly will confer a fnTor upon the tnnnngeroenl by reporting tame it tne huslncsri office Phono 67 telephones: nuslti-r ftba CtrcQlfcUoti . ...... 67 Editorial Ofllco 829 ocloty 1097 or 348 (Any erroneotis reflection upon the character tandlug or reputation of any person firm or cor- poration which inny appear In tlio columns of THE REPORTER wilt he gladly corrected upon 1U belnj: brought to tlio attention of the firm.) COMPULSORY REDUCTION OF COTTON ACREAGE In disi'tiHsiiijf the question of compulsory rotton acreage rodm-tlon in Texas Thu Itepur fcr him HhsmiiiKl that no informed man will niym against thu proposition or iIoiiIHh the tulvimihillt and need of...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 October 1914

u AIILHOE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. fIV i UMvi.HUUiWUUUW.-.lW.J In Tune With the Wild ffvvHffJfnm (A Stilt Moving Piet-rmPlar f IhmSamm Nam Featuring Kathtfii WlllUmt By KATHLYN WILLIAMS tllattrwUj Wilt Pboto Frwm tf Pittar Film ' R Story JniOopjrtfctlllbjnlljrtcrC CHAPTER XII. A Photograph of the Wild Man. . "rl dented If ln Un't ft whlto mau' ' contlnueU ('apt. Duncan Jones n overlng from tho spell cast over him by tho strnngn apparition "t thought wild tiiHii ox luted only in no.cla ami illmo nmaoutnd. Hut hangori If that vasn'l the real thing! I'll find tlto boys and tell tlmm nbout It We must cajituro that wild nun mill tnlto It homo 2a a ontto and soil It to soino circus." Captain Jonon now listened Intently for somo sound Hint would Indlcnto tho location of his safari from which ho had become Hatsrated. Somowhero In tho Jungle worn his two friends l.n'iitt'iiunts Sicole and Hoduian both of Jones' own cavalry troop "Oh Stele! Oh. Rodmnnt" tho captain yelltid. Rut th oro was no n...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 October 1914

r M t I m Mag flHpVB 'ipw - t -r-SsMB.fci "it .I... ' ." ' ' "' ' ' .... .. IB i FRID AND SATURDAY t30-31 j Cnd ol He XWowWv SaAe Wce atvi a saWaetov javcvasi. SievVvVw oevc4 Vso exviaje qvxalvA ttiouc.Vv a a h ve&wcWow Vw. aaus eraevowe a a vzz va meaus a to$ s&At. ISVoaW ouvse o ve STpx&V& saxAws ow wer ioav jou stj&tv& We 3v4a awi ScAuv&a. $1.25 TABLE LINEN FOR $1.00. Tnljli' lini'iis in lnimUomf puttcrus and of exoi'llcnt (inlitv .sollitiji regularly for $1.'JA n ynrd. Offered Friday and Sturly us a speeiiil Dollar 1 flf l)nv sale value a yard -.- P I UU OUTING GOWNS 2 FOR $1.00 Ladies' Uowns made up in nice quality of Outitijur ii various patterns all well made iruniuMits. medium winter weight. A spceially prieiul item (J1 flfl for Dollar Days '2 for ..P I UU $1.25 COTTON FILLED Cu..L...nl.1.k Pnlt.rAI.to ..tn.l tfijts remilar weight and size. those wanting winter bedding at l low priee. Speeial $1.25 CREPE GOWNS $1.00. downs in nice quality erepc-s ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 October 1914

t. .--.$! Mi'IIOfMIMyiWtla! 1 9mm0mH f" ri i i ?? 1 '..'$ 1 i w i. n $20 00 Saving to Automobile Owner Carbon Cylinders. N aflvek by .L 11 fl vTTifan V lE within qto f atfw ane mM J ' v Jr -P" - -" A. J wS f p vaskTrom ns and koew remo Piat r ttf rocess hour without taking as in the old way. by this new process nHwily $1.00 per cylinder. of n.. yui Bfev K. Worn" -M. a m MmM uanur jr. nwllll enermi Cars cl y r (ilfhfir V JlKCIIHrt 1 T' part Win. the Court of Hochustcr. N V 41 II lilt I V"M - 1 Ml . snclntlon on "Credit! He said In part . Credit Its tin- coufldt vFf!tiAMin those who sell or U'nVjrfffifciWllfllllV and deposition of thiflt. norrpw to meet weir iwiy lions. Commercial credit h the history of modern mtifllo would be" Impossible without a knowledge of the part played In Its development by church music. Thursday week. :lmt Hooper of the Christian College will rend nt the opening rxorrlson n. 10-20 o'cibek. nnn nf tin ntudcnitt hint week. In nnnwnr to n question nhont Benjami...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 October 1914

sini ri'w.n v THE ABILENF REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. sup mi munLiimiiijiiui Imflfoy nttd tA A. liulrtrl iThe llrflttx nnrf llcllc Socg Club Church Affairs Twns the wlloulnft flmo 01 nnwfren And nil tho bats wero mu. .MiM-liiM'11-""I"WV j t Anrf Items of Interest to Women. Phone 1097 or 348 Ulaok wiiohoa rode tM air on broom. And bltfok onta ntnllrHl aboHt." F . 1 il. .15- - Si & 1 I 1 - J ' $r - r E I rl - t t . . .. : if -: i - : ; I:. -4 -? t If T1IK JXiKXTlVK. Wo strive Just b little bit border. I've found. . If onlv thoro' om on who oaro. Wp lrenni of suece and w eflWb . ftifirtil lip rtitinti if only iltero' someone whs mrm. WouM one ntnuMle bo hard tf irt fo hlnmdlf Would ho slttvo night und y for ma: e love of tho polf? I fiii.U' liiil mil .ill h( ilriwm . OTfflt. " if wnsn't for ROino on tfhu oar.' Vnt niwrly a fbnr .Mr. Jlurpliy hud thMn in the moo dnd most or that 1 notice wo bmIIo. UioURh tlta itij time ah hR Iwn mmlRultiB n dlf- iijny be rotiRh. frettt ways. I-or two hi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 October 1914

rl rm 0 rwm amumm axtlmxm twxam Mother Daughter and Humband of Murdered Woman on Way to Trial of Mrs Carmcin ."- 'rrumma U . - .. ---MM nMM Ilk "" i mum iiimiimiiim mnin.i.i.. iiiimimi. i n iiiuimiimimii ulii 111 1 in ill in 11111 11 1 mmmmmm 1 itMtmiiimmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmWmmmmmmmM . ! murder trial In the iiiiHt hair d through a window from th lawn iiimpii vonrn lmv attracted feo lunch outside Hlfentlon 118 that of Mra Florence C TIiIh photograph shown William Hitl- CHriunn or Froeport I. I.. charged ley the IuihImiiuI of the victim. .Miido- witu tne iniinier.or vr uiuiho nalley line llulley anil her mother 31ra Our jhih' jo. .Mrs Ualiey wn8 allot to eo. oij tliulr way to the court lion? tii'iiui 111 tno oiJieo or ur. rnrninn tne at .Mlnoola X. Y where the trial nna iinnn containing tin pistol iieing pumi- held. The Jury fulled to tigrw. -AT DA pu nnn uiiiv I nUL UIIUIlUII ''.'OMN MINIMI M 5II1 I IMIIUI lu 'JG SUNDAY I V r. anil I'resltl. rrgiiii. hlng i ui" wither discuss ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 October 1914

jngaal mm------------mwm---------------m AWPS fQb TKM A1JTJ5NB KMORTZ ABILEKE TMCAi. ADVISE HOLDING COTTON IN SOUTH fornix ki:i.ii:p idmmittke iik. i.ikvi;s hksoiiii; PKirt .MMOn.ll HK OIITAIM-:i. TONE VERY OPTIMISTIC llrllcicrf Loan Fund lilrrt Will lie i. jinn 1 hy Federal linen c Hoard nntl lie Cnmjilrlcd and A mil nlilp Tlih Week. 1 tlic Amtoolntcd Press. DALLAS Oct. 31 J. A. Kotnii (linlrman of tho r-xyciitlve committal rf the Toxiim Hankcm Ahmh:Iii(Ioii nnd nf the committee for cotton relluf i'lniis named n week ago IbmuoiJ n statement tonight. expressing unit- Iflcnllon at tlic- conitrfltten's "prnctt cnl unanimity" nml the approval ol the bnnkent "of tlic resolution ndopt- ttl by the association nt the Dallas nieetliiR." ' ICffeotlvo construe the work to vanl rellevinK the cotton Mltuntloti r told In tho ndvnnee of the price of the maple during the week." The ntntcment says- "The entire country capeclnlly the noiith. lookt to TextiH for leadership In determin- ing the tiling...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 October 1914

rV I 4" Y X & I' .1 & i i5jtt THE AB1LEKE REFOKTER ABILENE TEXAS I 1 '.-" THE ANDERSONSCHULTZ COS We have assembled for November's selling many' lines that were bought at special prices. St. Louis Jobbers and Manufacturers who had purchased heavy on account of favorable crop condi- tions are now forced to unload at a sacrifice. We took advantage of every bargain item that was offered and now pass the opportunity on to you. Sanger Bros of Waco are closing out their wholesale business at cash prices. We bought Standard Staple Merchandise from them at extreme low prices. We include this merchandise in our November Bargain Event. ' ' Trade at this Store in November. Our Prices m Lower Our Merchandise is the Newest Spaced Purchases Enable us to 0 Best Bargains in ladis' Coats and Btesfci the t Suit We huvt H'nivlu'cl tin ii uki tyvhytti .v miiIn i oats uivw .iiui tKMtniiij rtu ....i .... :. . i... .... i.JTa. 9. .. i vjimrj Usiujc III II1C--C i'lM'rr iltt AM h J l ii Suit- iu nil...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 October 1914

" "1 -fcw THK ABILENE REPORTER ABILEKE TEXAS. Your privilege of returning goods purchased here which for anv cause arc not satisfactory to your safeguards you against any possiWe disap- pointment. Our guarantee of satisfaction means that the transaction is not complete until you arc satisfied whether your purchase is made in person or by maO. To out-of-town patrons who find it inconvenient to visit the store we will send nny goods advertised on thi3 page right to your door all car- rying charges paid. This places you on the same convenient basis as those who live in town and can visit the store in person. Gamp6e& Cusomt.vs. 5eSvecaV T?uYcvfcs& o to &avms s Wi "EV&& Gasv DeaWu 3Vave Sev cousummaUi Vrv oVus becWou o c oxaxe It has always been our endeavor to secure for customers of this store only the best hence we have fof a number of years made ' the "Palmer Garment" the basis of our suit and coat line; for in the "Palmer Garment" wc secure not only correct style...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 October 1914

ABILENE REPORTER. ABILENE TEXAS. ?Ani on !$ V i- p. ft bi I : IP. A Thanksgiving November 2Gth. llmv's .mm' wiwtftiiwi llnvoyou 11 New Suit for (ho occasion 1 Unn't wait plnco vor or dor X()V for a Kahn-Tiilored )V Suityl r? $15 tr$5 You aluav.s jh n j'iot fit. A I runt i'loHis. tun host 1 Lining mii! Tiiiti tilings. r.1 ir .t V L V-.in CLV- AV MINGUS BROS & CO. Men's Quality Outfitters .jk Retail Merchants Association Abilene Texas November 1 1914 CREDITS AND COLLECTIONS Venlenfii. It would eloc thf busings of Hip whole country If In Hip city of Npw York nlono It vicro tifcosary to innKP pnynifni trnimfpr of coin or bullion In payment of n MnRli day's lommprclrtl nblijuitlon Anil If mull nyatcm vnr aouuhl tu ln nxtfiidod ihroutihout our connirv nr flm .m.. niprclnl world. II would practically In- terdict all rumiiturcr The nmgnlHulo of the- dally chuck bills of exchange nnil note and uhllRntloiiB in the great flnuneltil centers amply dcimMalrntca iuo utter imptwfiiuillty uf doi...

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