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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 April 1916

v. r i Wyi bxm& Bmi-tJOtMQ fUjwct VOLUME XXX Y. 1UIFM. TFXS Tt'EStl l U'lllli IM titlOf NUMBER 28 III QUESTION IS MORE COMPLEX TWO MORE SHU'S WITH AMERL CANS AIM) AIM1 ARE REPORT. El) TO HAVE HEEN SUNK. CiLE 1 NOTE SOON TO BE READY Will Outline Contentions of U. S. To Oerninii U. H. Not To Tnko Oilier Neutrals Into Confidence Oa Subject. Hy Tho Associated Press WASHINGTON April 15. While Wilson and Hoc. Lansing today were thgaged In going over tho nccumuln' tion of evidence that Germany had vlo luted Holemn pledges official word of two more shipping disasters apparent ly due to Illegal acta of submarine commanders was received at tho stato department. Consulnr dispatches Indicated that tho steamer Margam Abbey was at tacked without warning April 8 and that tho Aberdeen bark Inverloyn wub mink by bIipII fire after tho crow had boon forced Into small boats more than 100 miles from shore. Ameri- cans were aboard both ships. Thcso two caBca arc being Invcstl gated and may bo Include...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 April 1916

"2 ABILENE nitTOBTFi 3 TEXA1. f J PERSISTENT EFFORT is one of the Fundamentals of SUCCESS However there must be some- thing more than this. Much ef- fort is wasted for lack of proper management. The careful husbanding of ones resources- together with system nlic saving and honest methods contribute finally to any success worth while. We contend that our Savings Department offers Just the stim- ulus to any man or woman of large ambitions. Aside from the matter of saving money and drawing interest there is the larger idea of devel- oping the elements of real suc- cess. Come along now and join our large list of systematic savers. Your money is absolutely safe nnd you gel interest besides. Personal Local Household jf PERSONALS. Lesley Weaver is In tho city on business and to visit relatives. Mrs. D. Cokor and Miss Juanltn Young aro nt Mineral Wells to spend two weeks for liealth benefit Mrs. J. W. Blako and son J. W. Jr.. nro expected home today after an ex- tended Visit with relatives ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 April 1916

FAX TBKI M"WMMflMiiMaMiMiiBHiHaiHBiaiiBiKa T 'WglIIPillWIIIPWWIWglIM.IIWWIWlJWIUIWPBWBWBWI IIUUl'MIUH 111 I'lf '1.HIJ Wl ')H ? Sa&VeT S&U o &a&tes S$fcc&lT?ttr$i&?e o 50 ; THE ABILENE REp6rTER ABILENE TMCAi. 3Aves Dtsssss tm .VL This shipment was bought espfc- cially for this event and are in ah the newest models and color- ings. Materials arc Crepe de Chine TalTela and Georgette Crepe. Russian Blouses Katinka ka Blouses etc. The values are very special. Dresses that would retail in a regular way at $25.00 and up. We group the entire lot on one rack and" offer them this week at; Choice of lot $10.75 Come in early and gel hest selec- tions. We can not send this spe- cial lot of dresses on approval. M WSmlmlM'. I . . L i -JiUI BfrSh aSm3M Decidedly the prettiest showing of new suits to he found in this vicinity. Kvery garment tailor- ed by high class tailors and will fit and wear as only first class suits can. The new models arc here in taffeta poplins and ligh...

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 — 18 April 1916

fuwhi TXS ABILENE REPORTS ABSLUfS TBXA1. '"mm Merchandise at Special Prices This Week NEXT SUNDAY IS EASTER. Everyone Realizes the lecusity of BEING READY! iJiukm m SALE OF LADIES SUITS' 4 1-3 OFF Sale of Ladies Silk Dresses. SALE OF MEN'S SUITS $15.00. cj at x? ri? nnvo cttttc K (n 'I Abilene's Style and Quality Store. This week sale prices are in force on several lines of merchandise that will make trading interesting at this store as the season has just begun on this class of merchandise and the quality and styles are the best. This sale in- cludes Men's and Boys' Suits Men's Underwear Ladies Suits and Dresses and items throughout the store that will make a considerable saving to the purchaser. St i J II x Adler's Collegian Suits for Men $15.00 When you arc offered a Collegian Suit at this price you can realize that the quality is not skimped t omake a suil at this price as Adler does not manufacture suits to sell at this price we are making the concession in order to establish t...

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 — 18 April 1916

TA9MT1 "flOOP" THE CUB A Nice Quiet Little Song By "HOP" REPORTER Financial Information wwt ainui ijnun OIJ miaiiil'IH JEIIIIIIMMUJ"MptJJJ THE ABILENE EEPOXTEE ABILENE TEXAS GniKeis or Fried caies cvcv Greasy By Mrs. Valet MeKenxte Hill Bdtter of the Boston Cookint? School Ufajratinc Everyoip likes fried enkes or crullers. flcrcs a very superior recipe Jollow directions closely succcsf is certain. 44 f u 7Vri d A BMfl ? aft ipor fiouTviJIn salt. A(J milk to Crallcrs qCTrled CUci H srM Jtqgl ; iHlnrl Uastnfult itrvt"t'M IrattvontHl mjcejw ffaitaonml sail irsKt.hHiltHtirlitt Hlated mar J lixtecttwnJujtlHtUtJ "pslhtpirdmut. j her threonines the -akiiigrawrlcrniaccnnd .tlicogar. butter and theucatcn eggs and stir into the dry ingredients to make n stiff dough. Knead slightly; then cut with fried cake cutter. Drop into a deep kettle filled with hot fat; drain on soft paper or colander and roll in powdered sugar. To fry Iwe fnt nt smoking point turn crullers several limes while frying to ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 April 1916

JTAwJK PXaAk THE ABILENE REPORTER. ABILENE TEXAB. iCC Oamps Ladies' Neckwear in New Designs WE ARE SHOWING FOR EASTER A FINE COLLECTION of LADIES' NECKWEAR IN VERY NEW AND DISTINCTIVE DESIGNS SHOWN IN ORGANDIES GEORGETTE CREPES BATISTE .ETC. IN COLLAR ANDCUFF SETS AND NEW VESTEE EFFECTS; 25c 503 Up to $1.50 Abilene' s Favorite Shopping Place All Sorts dfNew Ribbons for Easter EASTER STYLES REQUIRE THE USE OF QUANTITIES OF RIB- BONS TO PRODUCE THE DESIRED EFFECTS IN GARNITURE. OUR LINE OF PLAIN AND FANCY RIBBON IS VERY COMPLETE' OF FERING ALL THE NEWEST DESIGNS and COLOR COMBINATIONS. Many Exceptionally Attractive Offerings in Desirable Easter Apparel This Store Presents for Easter the Smartest Clothes Shown This Season for Men Women Children I Safer I Spring's Favorite-Hat Styles Continuous shipments of new Hats nre coming into the Millinery Department from New York design- ers many of these models being Paris inspired. Thus we are serving you with the besti the smartest style creat...

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 — 21 April 1916

111 " ' ' ' ' ' 1 1 i i I - - ..... .- ... .... VOLUME XXXV. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 21 1910. NUMBER 32. 0. S. NOTE TO GERMANY IS AN ULTIMATUM ifl.'iimy ymn.pi "iff'Mynt T' !W"" B."'"t'je it '-'T'-rf r''r CHIEF OF STAFF SCOTT S FOB REPLY AT ONCE By Tho Associated Prc:3. By Axioclntcd Press WASHINGTON April 19. President Wilson told CmiiriTSH In Joint ecmlon (his nflcrnoon Uint ho had uhen (Sir- ninny nn Irrptiicalilc notlficntlon tli.it tlic I'lillcd Stittos will break off diplo- matic relations If lie:' Illegal unburn- rlno rampulgn Is continued. A note America's Inst word prod- Icnlljr an ultimatum and di'imiiiiliiiK nn Immediate reply uus prrsnmubly In tlio Berlin forelsn office us the presi- dent spoko to Congress The president asked no action of Congresi nlmply Informing it of the accumulated facts prying floi man nsHiirnncctt to the I'nKed States arc liclnp rlolntedt that the submarine campaign despite tho protests of the United States Is heing condnctcd tilth renewed tlffo...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 April 1916

1A0X TWO ZZ5 A3HLHOP "TOUT A""Z;7 TMXMM. fl L PERSISTENT EFFORT is one of the Fundamentals of success However there must be some- thing more than Chis. Much ef- forl is wasted for lack of proper management. The careful husbanding of ones resources together with system.' rttic saving and honest methods contribute finally to any success worth while. We contend that our Savings Department offers just the stim- ulus to any man or woman of large ambitions. Aside from the matter pf saving money and drawing interest l there is the larger idea of devel- oping the elements of real suc- cess. ' . M Come along now and join our large list of systematic savers. Your money is absolutely safe nnd you get interest besides. r- it i fin tii Personal? Local Household mtm t ttt tft 'W MRSONAli t NBWS BBIEFB. w X " IT BAPTIST CHURCH GREAT SERVICES Frst State Bank Want Ads WHEN In tho market ror nuy class of stacker cattle boo ub boforu you buy. Cecil Chlldcrs or John Meyer. Phono No. 757. O-iT-tf 7- 5 F...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 April 1916

"Ade thee j ii ! i in m -... N.i i. i "yy Regardless of the iHantTfacturers Advance in Price i i i i t " '" ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' " i M t i i on all Tailored ClotluiiCYpur Choice of any Misfit Suit in House $15.00 5.00 All Eastern manufacturers have advanced their prices oni .i Our stock is complete and we are sure of having the Suit that will please you. Why pay more when you can secure a Tailored Suit from this store for orily $15.00? Come in and let us convince you. You owe it to yourself to exam- ine these Suits before you buy. all Tailored Clothini!. Regardless o&Olie EnMertwjdvancej you can select your Sorinii Suit frganr this lratffassortmei l in varied Weaves of Misfit Tnilowf Suitsworth from$ to $40. for only J m m m L TUB ABILKHE REPORT! ABILENE TEXAl. i r ii i ii - - -'r -. - T -fc-- i $15.00 . " We Fit the nMBnn H. 0. WLIUTEN OF ABILENE MED CLASS "C" DIRECTOR ABILENE MAN APPOINTED CLASS "C". DIRECTOR OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYS- TEM:; POSITION CAME UN- SOUGHT H. 0. Wooten...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 April 1916

nmi Semi-Weekly Reporter ' justice chwilm b. Huoma. jthe united states an mxl r y iYAJ!Kl!?E..'1NTNQJcrtpANV' A very interesting nrtlclo appeared L f A LllTLC FUN 1622-1028 North second Street. Bstered as decond Class Mall at Abilene Texas 'sUMCrHPTION BATESS In the Dallas News of Sunday April this Mexican situation which the 16th from the pen of James B. Morrow United States has on hand" presents a In which some of the characteristics problem that is hard to aolve. The of Justlco Charles E Hughes are men- position of many that Intervention Is tloned. The Justice believes among inevitable. Is gaining rapidly and we (Selected) f iitf4lBiiUMSA4l Son. Is the Ink that nana writes LlWUVUt l1 WUOIVW UVNWIVU .....WUO -.. -. .u wm.... ...u... DDQ J ... i . it. .' 'W 'll.n. Iltn !. r. nnn.t mntilAilAn la I flllftllf llO (VII n lnnllnh.1 it tkla Willi lnuellDIO. ItlOtllGrY One Year (In ndvancb) . . . . $1.00 wnri . t aa nhr1 inn wh nMIme to regard InteriknUrm ikrmiJ Mother. Na Bx Months (in a...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 April 1916

. I THE ABILENE mEFORTE ABILEHE TEXAl. TA9n 1 Un First Fiddle In the Orchestra of Style An orchestra is composed of ninny itisfruitUMita from the 1st and 2nd violin to triangle and kettledrum but the FJIISIV. VIOLIN gives forth the pure undiluted melody. Kahn Tailored Clot lies $17.30 to 950.00 t play FIKST FIDDLB in the Or- chestra 6f Style. They are for YOUXd JIEN as welt as for Abb JII-jN who feel young and want that HJIAUTNESH OP DRESS found in Young Men's Clothes. Manhattan Shirts "Known as the JBest the Best Known" Kee our showing o the now Spring fabrics and patterns Ihey arp " BEAUTIES ' Madras Percale Crepe Soisette- mid Silks. $5.00. and $G.OO. ' $1.50 $1.75 $2.00 $3.00 $4 See our showing of XichwViir Belts. .Suspenders Hosiery and MEN'S DUDS in " Everything NVw That's Good." EasterApril 23rd Don't you need a pair of JiANAN' or HOWARD and FOSTER Oxfords! MINGUS BROS. & CO. ' " lflfc'QUXLITY OUTFITTERS. "VILLA DEATH rs r. w MANUFACTURED HEX. llELL TIII'S REPORTS FIWrlTO...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 April 1916

PAGE SIX Tftfe AAitEhiS JBPORTgTt AgNTEXAt. 'fW' HER FATHER'S DEATH SYNOPSIS. Wary TflKe actrc. Is accused of the murder of James Pollock nnd Is defended by her lover Philip Langilon. Pollock trili Intoxicated. Bhnle a crook nnd tool of Pollock was on the fire escape watch- ing for Langdon. At Mnry'n trlnl she admit slid had tho revolver. Her mald tostlflea that Mary threatened Pollock with It previously and Mary's lend Ins man Implicates Lnnsdon. Mary's escape after the murder Is a mystery. Drnndon tells of a ntr.inco hand print on Mary's nltouldcr. 'Further evldcnco shows that lion or of drink produces temporary In- sanity In Mary. Tho defense Is "repressed psychosis." PSYCHOLOGISTS nnd those scl- ciitists who study the human bruin doclnrc tlint the focus of consciousness Is tlunl nnd that Tihless the sub-conscious inlnd supple- incuts the'consclous concentration the ntrcntlnii Is easily diverted. Thus It Was that Mury Pago sitting hi the Langdon and Mary Page. prisoner's dock wit...

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 — 25 April 1916

inlLKMi TKXH T UKHIUY Al'Kll. 2. 1910. M MlHSK 2S. U. S. TO DECIDE ON ACTION I REGARD 10 VILLA CM PROBABLY BV TUESDAY TOM'MK 5lXXVi Tj X M - f 0. S. TAKES STEPS FOR HANDLING CASE IE BREAKSWITH GERMANY German Officials Be Surprised That The American Note Sent Them Was As Drastic and Final as it Was. By The Associated Pross. k WASHINGTON April 22. Tho United States government has made tentative plana to cope with overy concoivablo situation which would result from tho severance of diplomatic relations with Ger- many. For obvious reasons officials said it was unwise to discuss tho details now. There is reason for bolioving that somo of tho plans have to do with the safety of American citizens in the German empire and that others havo to do with American supervision of Gorman interest in countries at war with Germany. Numerous dispatches of theso sub- jects wcro understood to havo been sent to diplomatic representa- tives abroad and to Consul Gerard. Tho dispatches aro regarded as being...

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 — 25 April 1916

THIS ABILENE M5PORTW ABILENB tEXAM. L? f PRETTY PARADE Personal Local Household PA01 tWO iuuijiu I i i ijimini.iiiiiii niiwOMMMl & .... mdin-n - - - r"1-; i i ; n mil hi' mi.MMi u-H PERSISTENT EFFORT is one of the Fundamentals of SUCCESS ey t' t 4 personals. v I NEWS BltlfcFS. CO . fe ! ' ra&i i 4 ' i . v 2 . j ? '! ! L 'i tl i ! i t I 1 i fa" t4 However there must be some- thing more than this Much ef- fort is wasted for lack of proper management. The careful husbanding of ones resources together with system' atic saving and honest methods contribute finally to any success worth while. We contend that our Savings Department offers just the stim- ulus to any man or woman of large ambitions. Aside from the matter of saviifg money and drawing interest there is the larger idea of devel- oping the elements of real suc- cess. Come along now and join our large list of S3'slcmatic savers. - Your money is absolutely safe and you get interest besides. First State Bank OF CHARTER CHAN...

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 — 25 April 1916

THE ABltEKB REFORTEIt ABILEHX TBSAI. rin & i i f ? J BASEBALL RESULTS OR AY By Tlio Associated Press. KNTKRN ASSOCIATION DENISON Texas April 22.Dent- ron defeated Oklahoma City 8 to 0 to day Covington for the Railroaders held Oklahoma City to 2 hits. Score. R II E Oklahoma City. 000 000 000-0 2 4 Denlson 400 210 10x-8 10 0 Kluker Ilagg and Dewey; Coving- ton and Merflrr. 4 . RASEI1AM CALENDAR. WESTERN ASSOCIATION. Results Sntnrdnj. Denlson ? Oklahoum (Mty 0. Sherman 3 Tulsa 2. Pans :i Muskogee 0. It. Smith 11 McAlestcr 0. SHERMAN April 22. Sherman de- feated Tulsa 3 to 0 today. Tulsa 110 000 000-2 4 1 Sherman 010 010 10X-3 10 1 Clements and Moore; Frltlech and Closun. 'I PARIS Airll 22. In n fas' game featured by hitting and by 11 pitch- ing of AI.'Minder PaIb won IroiO Muskogee. Score. R II E Muskogee 000 000 OGO-0 E 0 Paris 030 000 OOx-S 10 2 Williams nnd Scott; Aloxaitdoi and Hays. FT SMITH April 22. Overcoming a 7-run lead the Twins knocued Jor- dan and Naylor out of tho box...

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 — 25 April 1916

Haiti TBM ABILgW KEPQRT1K ABILENE TlXAi. '. ? A gem!-Weekly Reporter Wr AIlt-ENE PRINTING COMPANY 101M028 North second Street - I- atered as Second Class Mali at Abilene Texas UicniPTiort HATES: One Year (in advance)... ...... $1.00 x Months (in advanco)-. GO - TELEPHONES: Jhni&ess and Circulation . 67 Mdltorial Office .- 829 "faciei - 1097 or 348 A LITTLE. FUN (Selected) Debates and Decisions By Frank Qrinjes. Subscribers falling to receive their pa per regularly will confer a favor upon the management by reporting the jtme to the business office. 'Phone No. 67. Any erroneous reflection apon the character stauding or reputation of any person firm or corporation which "may occur In tho columns of THE RE- PORTER will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to thoattcntlon of ho firm. Objectionable Cleaning Up;. "Let nift Intrnrinnn vnn in tho tnrat i TllCrO hno.nnf hoon n otnftln .. honest young man .1 havo ever ellow fever In the United estates slnco known." 1905 nccordlng (o...

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 — 25 April 1916

'1WSlg- W'fY"? THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. saw TiMMTi "SCOOP" s&ss A Easter Greetings Scoop Will Be There By "HOP" REPORTER THIS 6ANK is something moi'e than a "storehouse" for your funds II is all that but this primary function is overshadowed in the larger fields of SERVICE and USEFULNESS which i occupies in this section. While offering every element of safety and strength this institution also strives Co he a real factor in the progress and success of each individual with whom it comes in con- tact. . -j'jj 'V1iJj Se5IR-LL Eggipigf AND J AM flrtifk-- gTj NO'DOTT 0XVi UU OLE.BED THIS YEAR. JBBHBi Of OUR BSiT .Mjlfgl to bO tT tD - 7 13111 r N6W-WHiLH WM m' suNtVf WPER. W uL Bt RltrWSgHlM yPEopuDo ylpliIpK yWSS Ith' mood is 1PI wrecked Me-iasry merf. ahdom a1V; yiM ti i gt NO CHANGE FOR DOUBLE MEANING OF WILSON NOTE FULL TEXT OF NOTE HERE WITH GIVEN FURTHER DALLIANCE WITH RIGHTS OF NEUTRALS MUST NOT BE MADE BY GERMANY. WASHINGTON' April 19. President Wilson's long expect...

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 — 25 April 1916

ft J?'mmwnt.r.tilM. fa rt-nnr f AGE MIX THK ABILENE HBFORTJSR ABILENE. TEXAS. If if !! I? i! -.1 hi ii it i I TVeo; Spring Blduses That Reflect The Latest Fashion Tendency Jinny now stjlc tendencies nro rcvcnlcri in tliosc clinrming Wnists; novel buttons fancy shaped col- lars' new delicate shinies fancy stripes luce insets and hand embroidery are some of the features of the Spring mode. "We will show Monday n uew ship- ment of Georgette Crepe waists the colors arc Flesh Maize Nile Green and Joffre Blue with new Cape Collars and Jabot fronts. These are the newest ideas in. waists both in uolors and designing. Prices range from 3.0() to ?S 50 Oropc-do-Ohine WaiBta Wo are showing a number of new designs in Crepo'do-Chiue waists in white and colors at ...$15 50 Wash Waists A largo collection of Avash wnists in all the Wanted materials and trimmings prices range $1.00 to ?3 50 EASTER SUITS AND DRESSES FOR WOMEN AND MISSESS. Our Suit and Dress Sections aro well prepared for Easter select...

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 April 1916

' M'ttBE M YOLffME 3LT. ABILENE TKX1S FRIDAY APRIL 1910. AMERICANS BEGIN EXODUS FROM GERMANY. BELIEVING BREAK INEVITABLE; K PURSUIT OE VILLA RESUM DODO'S CAVALRY ENGAGE BAND OE MEXICANS: BOTH SIDES LOSE - AUTO TRAIN LOADS OP RATIONS AND SUPPLIES ARRIVE AT ADVANCED BASE OF AMERICANS BASE3 AND LINES ARE STRENGTHENED. . Bv The Associated Press. FIELD HEADQUARTERS of tho American Troops at Nami- quipa by Wireless to Columbus N. M. April 26. Scvoral detach- ments of the American troops have resumed active pursuit of Villa and iiro whipping the mountains north and west of Parral where tho bandit is reported to be hiding. Successive train loads of rations and supplies havo arrived at tho advanced base of tho American forces three hundred miles south of tho Border. AMERICANS AND MEXICANS IN BATTLE. EL PASO Tex. April 20. Tho report was received hero today that Col. Dodd's advanced cavalry engaged a band of Moxicans several days ago in which both sides suffered losses. It is not stated whoth...

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 — 28 April 1916

wgp"'V PAM TWO THE AfelLKKK REPORTER ABILEN. TEXAS. Jr S 4 H 'f-l h ill 14" w j. 17 ih a MM.. I l' - " -n SERVICE Built On Facilities We soliciiy&ui account becfurse we believe we can offer you a class of service that justifies the soliciting. With our two institutions there is no doubt about the facilities we of- fer. ' ' QPEN THE ACCOUNT NOW. irst State Bank Guaranty Trust Co. CHILDREN'S DAY IS TO BE OBSERVED AT SLUE'S SUNDAY The nttendanco ut Loth morning and THIRTY-FIVE NEW MEMBERS ADDED TO ST. PAUL'S CHURCH Personal Local Household PEnSONAtS. Judge W. P. Mnhaffey went io Clyde Wednesday on business. Tho condition of Dr It J. Uiack sews briefs -t- A Trash Fire. A trash tire on Jcanctto street called the tiro depatrment out at 8:30 Tucs TSroll. a nromlnont nhvalcinn of Hftwlev. (1y evening. Tho fire looked threaten wns reported very grave at a local san- lnS DUt wns aoon extinguished ltarlum Wednesday There waB a conj " "". ""T . ... fdrfnrnhta tmnrnvrninnf nlinivn Thpo-' ' H...

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