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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 April 1916

TKE ABILKKX RlfORTlTR ABILENE TSXAf i . - - .... t . ... .. . . . ?. . - - ' - SYN0PSI8. Mnry Page actress fa accuaed.ot the piunlcr of James Pollock and la defended by her lover Philip LnnRdon. Pollock was Intoxicated. At Mary's trial aho Ad- mits she had tho revolver. Her maid testifies that Mary threatened Pollock with It previously and Mary's leading man Implicates Lansdon. How Mary dis- appeared from the scene of the crime Is a mystery. Brandon tells of n strange hand print ho saw on Mary's shoulder. .Further evidence shows that horror of drlfrtr-pro-diicea temporary Insanity In Mary. The defense Is "repressed psychosis." "Wit- nesses described MAry'a flight from her In- toxicated father and her father's suicide. THE NURSE'S STORY 1ANGD0N opening the door of the witness-room glanced In. A sharp llttlo frown of anxiety etched two flue vertical lines .I'otwecu his eyes; hut nt night of the J'Uly clad woman talking to the u smllo of relief replaced tho rnpntQ cnmo forward eagerly....

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 — 28 April 1916

THXABtUnOS. JtKPOUT AStLIMS TIXAS. '-s'i.jliJJ! i. r r I 1 S- 1 ef'f YOUR EASTER fjARB Two things toll ns thatEuter is upon us lilies mid ilov clothes. TJicr is a certain fresh crispness about t Kahnr Tailored Clothes $47.50 to $50.00 that cnUis up the lily. This does not menu that they are xwany way effeminate hut it does mean that thcirnlk and newness nro retained much longer tlnutho average clothes. r 1 5 car this in mind ours is u hquaru-dealing .shop carrying only IIICJII-OHADB merchandise and its- miring only Jligh-Grade nicrciiandiHing principles. A money-back guarantee comes with1 your EVERY purchase PLUS our reptitiition for fair and square dealings. "Everything-New That's Good" -tin MEN'S DUDS 9 Kanan and Howard L Foster Shoes a Specialty. HOIf.WM.J.BRrAH JUR WHIG ABILENE'S GUEST GREAT COMMONER ARRIVED OYER TEXAS A IPACIFIO VHOX FT. WORTH. DELIVERS TWO ADDRESSES Was Tendered An Informal Kcccptlon nt Hotel flrnro nnd Afterwards Driven to .Simmons College For An Address. TO ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 April 1916

" S55F . J ' HOOP" THE CUB OKjVJKJr REPORTER Oh! Such A Spring Fever By THE ABILKM5 KEPOHTElt ABILBtTB T1XAI. We ' V m tt e x . i - O 5 ---'?jBPx I lfi? sdtaf' V" RKS-HT IN HfcRE. IS UHfeftE. HE- POT HIS -ON AND VUEHTOOT" rt PEW j- ruKV.HfttiJ (4NP"WEM 0BRE60K TO ASSURE SCOTT DE EACTOS CAN HANDLE VILLA MEXICAN OFFICIAL TO DECRIBE PLAN FOR POLICING. NORTH MEXICO MORE PROVISIONS SENT AMERICANS IN MEXICO. I MM FOB WAR I IN N' ROAR USUSCAL SIGHT OF BRITISH OF- FICFKS AJiD MEN FLAY. I'U AT WAR BASEBALL CALENDAR. I TEXAS LEAGUE. MEXICAN TROOPS- ARE BEING CONCENTRATED Correspondence of Associated Press ON THE DltlTISH FRONT. Flanders i April 2G.Tho spectacle of officers and soldiers playing at war within gunshot of operations which form a part of tlio greatest conflict in his- Results Tuesday. Dallas 5 Ft. Worth 2. Houston 2 San Antonio 1. Vaco 3 Shrovcport 1. Galveston 1. Beaumont 0. Where They Flay Wednesday. Dallas at Ft. Worth Shreveport at Waco. Houston at San Antonio. Galveston at Be...

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 April 1916

raPwjWrV" PACK SIX i Wmmimmmtmmmmmmimimmmmimmmmmmmmmm wiPW.MWwMiiiiwgJKwMwwwMwwwMwiwiM jwiiwm iniwwi ' iiwmwwwMiww 'i" .... . . 5 ) I -' : ' '' - . fc. . ' i f- If - K : r ! !i 1M 4 MlMBMMaMMMIWMMWkMMMMaMllHMMMMMMMMiMH mw "i. TwW 1 iff i Special Values in Ladies Misses $ Children's Hals Express shipments have? brought to u tin' very latest in Summer llnls.al'O fosititriui; the seas- ons best in Sport lints. You nre cor- dintty invited to Visit tliis tlnpart inent and see the new lints on dia-pln.v. New Staples for Summer Are Here GINGHAMS 1 caso cm-h I'lility and Progress' brand (iiiuliatns in all t)F the solid colors and pretty stripes and plaids fast colors. Our price -... . - 10c GINGHAMS Kxeelsior brand fi all the staple eolors in Apron Cheeks. Tlijjrieo is 8 l-3c PERCALES One case Ijkfleon Hranil in bok- fold fast eolors in pyt'lfty blues frreys reds shepherd checks and' light eolors with pretty stripe. Buy all you need at 7 l-2c PERCALES Pairy Brand M-iiieh width in pretty lig...

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 — 2 May 1916

Stye StibUeite iSmiXleefcto ftqwcte 1 - - ' ' - - I mi . - -- "'- . - M ! MM III I III H I I I VOLUME JXXXV. B1I.KE TKXVS Tt'K SDIT MAY 2 tOIG. XrVDER 3. TWO CONFLICTING PUNS ARISE AT INITIAL MEETING NO PORECAS mv OP 'S STEP PE RSHHG STRONGER GETS FORCE OF II. S.-CARRANZA OFFICIALS . ' tnsiiLnTox as .uijcii VS NHE.N OltlGlNAL was si:.t. IX PARK ') IE ANOTHER CONFERENCE TO BE HELD TODAY THIS TIME AT ET PASO AMERICAN OFFICERS DETERMINED TO STAND BY ANNOUNCED INTENTIONS. By Tho Associated Press. EL PASO April '.:. Conflicting propositions developed immcdhilcl) to illij at (lie beginning of Hie confenr.n at tin1 UcUcmi customs house nt .fun rvt to riprldv the future disposition of tlio Vnicricau troops In Mexico. TIipj are understood to have increased the gruvitv. o. the sltiintlou. TIip inltlul meeting wn-s Iiolil behind closed door In I lie hip room which Vllln used ns his council chamber when liu doniluutpil norlliprn Mexico nml Juarez wns his hcildiiuurters. Gcuernls II null I.. Sco...

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 — 2 May 1916

I' i r i HI t i i hi rAi iwe THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. A SERVICE Built On Facilities We solicit. your account because 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 offer. Personal Local Household personam. NEWS BRIEFS. 4 i E. C. Grlscom. stato rcDrescntallve 1'jrcnc Representative Here. Of thO I T. U. relumed to Houston I .T R. Tlmmona rnnrnsrntntlvn nf tlin Friday night after a visit to Abilene pjrene Mfg. Co. of Dallas makers of and Big Springs. I CIro extinguishers spent Saturday In Mr. 'nnd Mrs. Perry Sales nro ex-'Abilene with the Fulwller Electric pected homo today from their honey- company demonstrating tuo superior moon spent on tho Texas coast and nuatltles of tho 1'yrene extinguishers. other places W. h. brogan formor Abilene citi- zen now living at fchrovoport was hero Saturday greeting x)ld friends and look- ng after business Interests. Farming Agent S. A. MInear...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 May 1916

FAOI THKEB THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS imE.. II I fcM I liMUlll I '"" ''" ""' .' - - " :" ": -". : . . . . '----- ---- ' - ..Mja ' . L ---" . m . - . .1. -! I I . . . . . . .. . - - - ' " ' !- 1 I I II M "" " BASEBALL RESULTS WESTERN ASSOCIATION. At McAlcster. Score. n 1IR Social Club Church Affairs Amdltmm ttflntmrett to Women. Phone 1097r348 LET 5IK HB Y0l'(!. Dy Mary Carolyn DnTfM. Lot mo bo young:". No other prayer I lira?. For t'very ilnyj lt mo be young ! 'Let not ago lay His hand upon my hwul or .on my heart. Whatever treasures may Ho wrested from my grasp Let not my youth depait. Itft mo not waken any more If 1 must waken to a day That 1b not now and slrangc'to me That is not marvelous to see That does not hold a light Still different from the days' that went before. Youth is not youth In year" 'mt youth In heart. Let mo he young! No other prayer I pray To-night. Let mo ho young! 0 8 8 y l'crmonnk. Mrs. Tom Iiurosldo expects to lonv.. Tuesday for a visit with friends ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 May 1916

fc alKU-52s.t'i 1 K t in Tf r i MM i I? - Ei tAiM Stemi-Weekly Reporter V ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY 1022-1028 North second Street. Entered as Second Class Mall at Abllone Texas ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year (In advance). $1.00 Six Months (In advance) v .60 i .I i TELEPHON&81 Bua'ncsa and Circulation ... 67 Editorial Office . 82b Bociot --- -1097 or 348 Subscribers falling to receive their pa per regularly will confer a favor upon the management by reporting the same to the business office. 'Phono No. 67 Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may occur In the columns of THE RE- PORTER will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention of iho firm. TUESDAY MAY 2 1910. yiia WWW AAM The action of the City Commission In calling off the ; Charter Amendment election -for April 23th was wise it docs not mean that the schools of Ah- Hone are KOltlg tO bO CUt tO Six months or allowed to suffer. It does mean ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 May 1916

f AOt t With Newer Merchandise Better Quality and Lower Prices We Ask For Your Trade CUSTOMERS OF THIF STOKE vhn drop in often comment on the constantly changing stocks and new merchandise being shown each week. On account of the volume of business this store is favored with we are lira position to show the newer styles just as soon as they come out. QUALITY is the most important fartor in building a permanent business realizing this we do not spare any effoits to procure the most standard lines that are manufactured and the trade who understand the policies of this store buy here knrwin? they can depend on the quality of any merchandise offered for sale by us. LOWER rpiCLS -On account of buying for cash and selling on a cash basis with economical store manacerrent the prices here are always the lowest where quality is considered. ANOTHER NEW SEASON: After Fa-.ter the Summer shopping begins in earnest. The Spring stocks of Silk Dresses rue changed to Lingerie the Wool 8uit to Kool C...

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 — 2 May 1916

?;:-3 . ...- -rlZ .m-. t ' FAIfX JL THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. v &&-rS&-J n I Hi'r mwj imm Men's Straw Hals $2.00 Big-showing of new Straws in Ihc latest styles LeghoiMieltes in flat and crease crowns; Soft Straws in pinch crowns and Telescopes; plain and Two-tone Sail- ors. See window display at $2.00 r Children's Button-on-Crown Wash Hats 50c A new washable hat for children re- movable crown all the popular colors launders easilv alwavs fresh and clean. Price . 50c u u Men's Neckwear SOc ; big shipment of new Summer Ties 'just in Four-in-hands and Piping Rock Bows in Summer crepes all new designs at 50c a Abilene' t Favorift Shopping Place amove W M r If Excelsior Wondfcr Knife With Punch Blade WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERY FARMER STOCKMAN AND SPORTSMAN. IB "rf eJOS mmiitMi3 KyttSiSd Twit5 (I.! TWn JHmtrafJon lirnvs th actual cizo of Iiolcr that nioy bo cut m!l. tho leather pucch Liu Jc. : i. "-d .Ji& W && -.-??' S '&? iM&tMSmm ggfflyyy...

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 — 5 May 1916

!) 3ibitett Smi-toeeWgBa ST VOL. XXXV. UIILENE TEXAS FRiMY MVY fi 1010. NTBP.R 2. GERMANSUBCOMMA ETNEWORDERS-SCOnANDOBREGONAGREE 1 k f ?- k -i OHM TO HEM II PI HP W H) the Asxnclated Press. Ui:illl May . The drnft of the German rrn'v to the Aniorirnn note iti ilio submarine warfare lias been finished The rcpl) It Hiilijccl ( n few minor changes which ninv result In nil ex- rhnuge of views between llerlln nml tlie grcurrnl lirndiiunrtcrs of the Grr- nm n army nt flic front. Germany's nttltmle will tie stated prechel) nml clearly it lint liceti nu tliorllLthely learned liere. Tlie note will communicate the ileflnitc nature of Ire inttmrlloiw to he given to the German submarine commanders and other dntn on which Washington Itself cnn best Jitdife the sltuntlon. Although the rcnsorslilp on the na- ture of the rejilj still elsts the Assn. tinted Press vv:is permitted to make these statement. The ilnte of the delivery of the repl) has not jet been flid It wns nnnouiu ccd here this morning...

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 — 5 May 1916

rAi two THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. An SERVICE i u ii .a I Personal Local Household -- -'-- - - - ... . -1 k6P&J f d? fell I fl 1 CjkS ITir "X7 1 I i i i a cept or t Kon Built On We solicit your account because 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. OPEN THE ACCOUNT NOW. a First State Bank Guaranty Trust Co. JURY INDICTED CLAUD D'ARMOND T. J. T00X1IS Al POINTED FORK- MAX OP JU11Y much WAS IXl'AXELEJ) MOMUY. B. A. COX SPECIAL JUDGE Abilene Hsr Cliose XornI Man n Slice- lal Judge; Itcporfed Vf. It. Kir IIcch Employed a DeAr- onil's Counsel. The grand Jury returned an Indict raent shortly nfier one o'clock this Monday afternoon mrainst Claud He1- Armnnd. charging hint with the murder of Charlie itrowu. Four counts yrcrc made ngnln.t him In the Indictment. The Jury Ment hack Into sctolon Im- mediately It was announced that DoArntonil wonjd he brought Into court ...

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 — 5 May 1916

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. fAOKTinilB .. I '" "' ' ' mm "T"". ' . limmmmmmtHtm iiw miiil w wll .-.. . GOV. THOM J n f honms 3IItcTioll Campbell twice governor of Tent niul nt present otic of (lu lending candidates for (lie I'nlt- pd States Semite fmin Texas was the guet of Abilene Monrinj nnd mnde tho opening speech of lilt rnmpnlgn nt the Queen riicatrr nl 1:30 p. m. The former governor arrived hero Sunday mid was the guest Sunday ntnlit tif bis oliMlnio friend former Netiildir .1. Hrvnu. .Honda) morn lnt: be xpenl In grrctlng old and new friends visiting the business nten uud talking over old (lines with many of ibem 'I be (lOiernur knows ninny b ilrue eitlens bj their first names. . .1. Ilrjun w .1 Hebrcus. Judge K. 1. Lrgrtt Hnrry Tom King iuAi either". He decllued lo give out nn Interview before bis speech but relented enough to stnte Hint be never sn ns manj evidences of n great growth nnd inn. (eilul prosperity as lip tan In Abilene. Ibis eltj lias n wonderful future...

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 — 5 May 1916

mrw iiiii'Min mm i- mii 1HW- - w -M.lH-). I : u'UMa".M u ' iwu hi iifl? J' fit 1 f I 8 3 I ft h'l Setoi-Weekly Keporter Y ABILENE PRINTING 'COMPANY 102M028 North Second Street. - ' ' - " Entered as feeconfi Class Mall at (vuiieuc IKA.HO SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year (In advance)..........?! Six Months (In advance) .w 50 telephones; Bua'oess and Circulation -..- 6? Editorial OfflJB - . 829 Soclct - - 10U7 or 348 Subscribers falling to recelvo their pa- per regularly will confer a favor Upon the management by reporting the eatno to the business office. 'Phone No. 67. Any erroneous inflection apo'n tho character standing or reputation 01 any person firm or corporation which may occur in tho columns of THE RE PORTER will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to tho attention of '.he firm. F1UUAY JI.VV 5 1SMC. fry ' " ' If Augustlno UlrreH the IrJsli Sec- possession of his right mind. No man 8tratlon had sustained since tho as- the Filipinos or anything In any pact rotary gels off wi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 May 1916

THE AmifK HEPOltTlK ABILENE TEXAS. FAOftFli iKiMMKiiffMnraM ttnvntM CofAeS ie Entree to a Good Reception Like n passport clothes admit you or forbid your entrance to any favorite spot they arc your card of entree. Men who realize this to its fullest ex- tent therefore go straight to the shop which makes Kahn- Tailored Clothes $17.50 to $S0 knowing they will get smart custom style high-quality fabric and tllorbligli workmanship for a minimum price. Come ake a look at thu long line of Kool Krashes $15.00 we are showing thoy will convince you they are "different" practical and economical. All kinds of New Garments made and Alteration done right here in our shop for both MEN AND "WOMEN by a Real Journeyman Tailor who Knows How Just call plione 414 and' we will rlo the rest. Cleaning and Pressing a SPECIALTY Manhattan and Donald Shirts See the new Spring Cloths. Percalo Madras Crope Fi- bers and Silks. 1.00 to 0.00. "Known as the Best Tho Best Known." fir Wk I Kq) ( J&X 4 ADDITIONAL ...

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 — 5 May 1916

u ill' p M t 1 i a 3 ? J (I r PAGE SIX i M ii ll'i't X.'l.mTFBTWj.iW4WH.W GVNOPSIS. ?'-ry Vage actress. Is accuwd of the tm.r.r I f timin T'olloefc ami is dpfentlrd in ) ?r h -r Philip Uiinfttion. Pollock i ir.io- iit At Mary's trial She nU ii . nhf (mi t?io roxolvar. Her maid f i It in Hti-iv and Mary's Iwutlns ni-i iirp.i. uea ljnTlnn. How atary ills- i x -rod t' -a ihe nrone of ttm crime Is a in -(.ry.nranfloij tells of a stranw l.an.1 Tr h lit saw On Mitrjr's sliouMcr. rurther c Ut iw feliows tlmt horror of .lrlnk pro- iiuct tetjuHirary insnnltv In Msr-. .The i'- . i u ji arv inreaiencu ioiiock tfcrchw I rpreel iwrctiosl." wit- r:ar''lL3J"?":B"'"!rrfrtVr.1"- nuV Wton .lc6cribo8 the kulnnrin ot .MlUj Ir l'OllOCK. STAGE ASPIRATIONS NYOT since the famous tftKlJhnt sent tho expression ''brain t storm" spinning down through the years has the testimony of uu alienist so greatly stirred an ex- cited world an did the phrase "He- pi cued Psychosis" with which' Dr. Poster summed up tho te...

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 — 9 May 1916

vol. xxxv. STATE RESTS IN THE ILLNESS OF DEFENSE WITNESS CAUSES ADJOURNMENT TILL IMMENSE CROWDS IN COURTROOM THROUGH- OUT DAY TO HEAR TESTIMONY IN MUR- DER TRIAL; ADJOURNED AT 4:10 SAT. Tlio jury was completed nt seven o'clock Friday evening. The Jury Is composed of theso men: O. M. Chltdrcsfl Tuscola farmer. W. H. Hooper Caps farmer. l.eo Arnold Abilene cotton buy- er. M D. RIchnrdB View farmer. I S. Y. Reoco Tyo farmer. A. S. Clayton Ovalo stockman. W. P. Bounds. Abilene real ca- Intc. H J. W. Glaze Tuscolo farmer W. W. Mlddleton. Abilene con- If tractor. S. T. Griffin Abilene confee- tloncr. Charlie Brauton. Tuscola far- H mor. J. W. FHlmon CapB farmer. 4. -i- Stnnding room waB nfn premium nt S:30 o'clock Saturday morning when tlio trial of tlio cnao of tho Stato of ToxnB verBUB Claud DeArman charg- ed by Indictment with tho murder of Charllo I)rown of the Potosl Bcctton opened In the District Court hero. Tho main floor balcony nd ovon tho lofr-hehlnd tbd Judge's bench were soon ...

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 — 9 May 1916

c wll ntt HI t wc An els Un nfl nit no ey TJ tit lb tfc Tci at m Ik at 3 tc a a w b V I. C q c t 1 A J I i 9UM TWO THE ABILIHI JUPOHTWt ABILXWI! TEXAS. . -i i ' " - ' IMMENSE CROWD S AT OPENING Of TRIAL OF CLAUDE OMAN SELECTION OF JURORS BEGUN AND FIVE SECURED BY NOON MTIMATBD TWO THOUSAND PEOPLE CROWDED COURT- ROOM AND CORRIDORS WHEN DEFENDANT CHARGED WITH MURDER WAS ARRAIGNED. First Six Jurors. O. M. Childress Tuscola farmer. W. II. Hooper Caps farmer. Tco Arnold Abilene cotton buyer. M..D. Itlchrtrds.'Vlow former. B. 'Y. Reeco Tye farmer. A. S. Clayton Dewey ranch- man. Court adjourned until five p. m becauso the venire was exhausted. Boforo 9 a. m. Friday the district courtroom hero waa comfortably well filled with veniremen witnesses and upectntorn who lind gathered for the trial xtl tlio State versuB Claud DoAr man charged with the murder of Chnrllo Brown at Potosl Tuesday April 23 1916. Hcforo court wna call ed nt 9;30 every neat on the main floor balcony and Inside the bar w...

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 — 9 May 1916

THE ABIM51JI! REPORTER ABltBttB TEXAg. "Mlfe Uiiiliiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiii.iiiliiiininniiiiHiiiiiiiiuiiuuuiUruii.iiiiiiiiiiNmiMiiiiiiiiiiiimniiiiiiiilllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'iEmil tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiniiiniiiiniiiiiiiiinii;; iii.iiiiiiiiimiiiriiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiminimmmujiU iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiinniiniiii.iiiiHiiiiiiniimi.iiiiiiiiiiiTmm y Mk alMIJIItMal Mi II Njyk xMitJiffi1:' . .55mWO M -P9- ; KJjjll Demonstrating our "Preparedness" to Serve in Value Style duality These'limes when merchandise qf cvcrv description is going higher and higher and when many lines are scarce this store with its splendid buying organization and its close touch with merchandise centers is in position to invite May shoppers from far and wide to select their Summer requirements in wearables of every description from the lamest and rnost complete stock ever shown in this section. We may add and emphasize that your selection can be made here economically Trom best kn...

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 — 9 May 1916

fAW tMAmm roT abtlshb tmas. biz .wdeTsow Dt Soods Comawj Henderson and La Princess Corsets are sold exclusively --- - - - - I " at this store. New Front i - - t ' ..ran Mew notorial Review Pat- tern for June and the Sum ' I . -I . n. . mer Quarterly Style book we .I!. . Mim now on al. Make your Sum mer dresses by Pictorial Pat- terns. 3ltoleWs S$t and QwaVvt Store . Lace Summer Models are Jfcr ?- i .--I ill n i i i now in stock. -LJL c f wl nil III ha rn sa w nn cli kit nf nit 4 ne e TJ tb or Ub tb rk a) n U c tc It U M b I C 0 c t ' 1 J il I I r i I i i I h wSW PfH H jT ja Each week shipments of New Merchandise is received to replace sold stocks. The stocks now on sale represents the Mid-Summer Styles. Sheer Summer materials Lingerie Dresses Wash Skirts Sheer Waists Dressy Pumps and Fancy Hosiery; Muslin Underwear and Dainty Laces have replaced the early spring styles. Lower' Prices Newer Styles Better Quality and Service Make This Store a Popular Shopping Place. Men's Palm Beach S...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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