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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 November 1914

L hP PAGE SIX hritisii xaval an Tills 1 one of the Ilrltlsh navn.1 Runs tbo Germans found In front ol Antwerp nfter they had driven the Ilclgiuns and their few lirltibh aid from tho city. The gun had been re- moved from tho war vessel nnd cur- RAILROADS ENDS (J. (.'. I'KTTIIKI.NE. (3K.VEUAL .MAN- ACIKlt OF SANTA FK IJIVKS OIT INTKItKSTINU FACTS. INTERESTS MUCH ' ALIKE Itnllrgailx llnic Trnnipnrlution to Sell rnniiiTs and Storkinen Other Thing. Fine Inter) leu Ghen Out. Special to The Reporter. GALVESTON. Nov 7. Mr. F. G I'ettlbone VIcc-l'rualdont and Gon- cral Manager of the Gulf Colorado nnd Knnln Ko Riillwnv Rmnnnnv. emu. mentltiK on tho apimrcnt chango of nttuuuo oi uie inrmers ur icxas which wus formerly considered one of antagonism and which now ap- pears to bo ono of Intolllgent under BtnndltiR nnd friendliness toward the railroads said: "Tho nresont condi tions liavo been brought about by moro Intelligent atudy and Investi- gation on tho part of the agricultural and stock-rai...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 November 1914

Ii Ifo' r THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS PAQE S '.TJr.iavft soma. CAPS ORGANIZES DIVERSIFY CLUBS (Tensed. lli showed. In ninny wnys throughout bin niossnRo J how the farmers would bo bontdltled The fiwrctnry brncrpj on the Cups' jjiy itrasuiH of sHch n eo-oiiemllro orgn school mid the proRrosslveness of thPi i infrttltm. Pnps farmers. Up staled thnt tho for) f" ..Ll.Hl. It.UHY i:TIIIStSTS HI'FvK ( Mi's sniiiui. tint sk to k Tiii'susrir Finu:its. In meetings hold nil those quoatlons discussed FVpcllne testlne nnd thhtca In the dairy Hno. would bo flno subjects Mnd the oxiiorlonco iRWnwl by one dbiKOinlnntrd In meet (liiK mlfcht prove of vnHt ndvnntnRo to Totuor members who had not jot nln- FINE .SPEECHES ARE MADE lutrrnt In liiilrjltnr Mnlfeleil .Mi'i'tlnir .Snniflhlntr of the Mnr. sHInp foinllilons In I'nuprcf. nt Warn nu nrimrilMitlnn which bnd it in cptlnn Into tin couwwrlsl and pro- Krosslv llfp ( Tbr Couuiv Vj. m-wlsy ulnltt at n wollng whl.-h was oil that experience Mr. Duc...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 November 1914

JMPPS PAGE ElCmtf THR ABILENE REPORTER. ABILENE TEXAS. Extra SpecVaV -"BAWdotvs o fc5c far S9e A speoial lot of Ribbons to close We have an assortment of ribbon3 speoi- nlJy adapted to making girdles all in the best shades for this season. Thcso suo extra good values at the regular prices 50c 05c and 86c Wc offer them Mondnyat a special price to olose. Choico from this lot OQn ouly . ..... . .. --. udb fti . ifl r-f fl til Hi w ASF m' mmsm jl&MSIM C U S y&Zftltk ISP' Extra ScaWfcUx Stocks a 3Uovrt t$ New Oirtiles in this season's cst styles and colors now just at the height of popularity offered at sweeping reductions This early reduction in prico gives you the chance to buy thorn now at a great saving and have nranionlly a whole season to wear them. Regular price were St.OO to Sit 00; JJ fjjj I llu in nun nl Vi In - - -. I djm&& jl 5& Suit SuaV.oxv It is said that serges and otTtniii woolen materials nit becoming scarce that becirtise of situation in dyes fewer ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 November 1914

A k SUjUene Smi-tDektoJgorfj VOL. XXXII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13. 1014. NUMBER 8D. BIG BANQUET AI PARK THURSDAY AintAMJiyirvis m aim; for peer. inhtIihhi: iuwrimsd cimi. IIIEII MKJUHJUS BARBECUED COAT OHi HAND IK 8T.L0UIS HOTEL HAN DIVING NAME AS II. P. NHELY shoots win: then him. SELF IT IS Sri'l'OSIlll. 9 BULLETS IN WOMAN'S BODY Some .speeches Stiiiu lliitlni; Somiv (nc Letters ihl rested to Drnil Wo. Talking mill Soiiic (Join! Fellow. sllll Vcriiniiuiilc (lit1 Hit. Cwnt al Fair Pari.. Itivtlniinn to Hi ret? hundreds mum bora of UK' Abilene Chamber of Com- iMfnv Mini stockholder of the Central Wut Totna l'wlr. 'T mailed out by .SeorHnry Fred T. Wood Tuowlny ro- iliiewttug Hium to attend the mutual commerolnl oritilliuii hutiiuut. The thus l-j- " 3o Thursday evening nml i ho nlrfco l tin Machinery nti'l Auto lltillillnc nl tin' Fair Park. In man Signed "Hill" Found In the Room Hint Itclleirtl to lime (nimil Traced). Ily Associated 1'rcHfl. ST. LOCI 8. ..Mo. Nov. II. A Ulan...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 November 1914

3PACJI TWO THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS Our Shoiilder to Your Wheel THIS IS TUB HEAL SPIRIT OF TiUO a Abilene Thrift Club" U is flcsixncfl io help you help yoursolf. If you perform tin tusk you cl Tor joWM'lf whim you join tins tilttli you will not only hnvu a cash capital rwuly jmioupv hut you will know how lo liinkc it laigot. You will have IimiikmI what genuine thrift is. Start with a small wmkly lopo?it At) pimiIs or ono clullur thou ijiprwuy it if you like but SJAliT 5reinbershi is five.. Ymi nm itiVHcd. The First State Bank & Trust Co. ABILENE TEXAS. MINERS GET TOGETHER . IN IMPORTANT CONFi DISMVRIt. Colo. Nov. tl A meet- ing of vital bib-real lo the metal and conl faliieta of t.te country will In iirm nrr Hinmi uie miutlll- or .OV')ll her when the joint wwnmlttee tif the tnlied Mine Worker mill Western Federation of Mlnara boRin final eou- lilratltm of plana Tor ubeprptlon of tlir Wewlerii Fetiemtkui liy the I'tilted Mine Worker. The iolnt committee mei In lluttf ta...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 November 1914

PAGE THREE 1 . '" ... in i i annrvo the cub By "HOP" "J. REPORTER Scoop Recovers His Hearing Statement of the Condition of The Citizens National Bank at the Close of Business SATURDAY OCTOBER 31st 1914 RESOURCES ItomiR ftiir Dfoatilltltit ...-.---- -r-..$llQJ).01!).n THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE. TEXAS "f01" A $"b Ott-tH0SB SIEfltLV IWNOWNDUMlO . 4M OH-vr5 JJUirtVS ?""" I 7vSSe I A DOUtAR. 1 lw.TN&tXlAI. M SAWHBUR Upft JV HtA I MAt WEDfcT' ' ( JJi f V"11 r i ciWtmw a. ySar wovt-bothy 7 llftGnttHiMHVEfr Fs V . j I I h I II I .ft f- I llllfcy Hill l-II.IWI ! i. M llp I - III ! ""' ' '-""' !' ' 1 niUwh3ttttnTiBtit!rvr-. . .-. 'f0;(KK).00 4 Personals Walter tint in of Corslcntm is In tlio iij mi iii'rmuiHi uusiucsm mutters. (. K. McCiittlicn of A list In had bus- iness in Abl.utifc Tuesday nrtciunoii c V Marly ot llrownwood etinio In Tuesday nfturnnon to transact busi- ness in llu clli". I.. Cartrlght Jr. or Terrell was am- ong the visitor to tlio city 'luesdwy stopping nt the Grace...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 November 1914

fAorouit THE ABILENE REPORTPH ABILENE TEXAS ABILENE SLMI-WEEKLY REPORTER BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. 1022-fif North Second Street Aoiered as Second-class Malt at Ablloue leia October 14 1903 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ono Year (In Advance) .11.00 Sis Months (In Advance) .50 Subscribers falling to rceeive then- papers rep- Blsrly will confer a favor upon the management bjr reporting same to tho business office. Phono G7. telephones: Ousine. aft ircu;4l!o& . . C7 Editorial Ofllce 829 Society - . 1097 or 348 (Any erroneous reflection upon tho character standing or reputation of any person firm or cor- poration which may appear In tho columns of THE REPORTER will ho gladly corrected upon Its Mmc brought to tho nttcntlon of tho firm.) T inlinit it' That was thirty-two Vonrs uyo nntl the estate of I Ho country nut) the nruniifcntioti of proper menus for tho mnlnteniilieo of the Khe dive's authority Iiavo not ypt wtliiifttod of if ' Ideas of a Plain Man sv nt rtMR craiu Should tho United Sta...

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

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS Xonvi DR. F. B. CRUTCHER Specialist CHRONIC DISEASES ON ALL Ewwciai To the People of Abilene and the Country Around: Having been crippled up in an -Automobile Accident and almost worn out in Hospital Work I have come to spend the remainder of my life with you. 1 am not here for money no I am here for your fine climate to Jive as long as I can. I have made a small fortune in practicing medicine but now what I make will go to charity in saving poor girls who have been ruined by some scoundrel. "LISTEN MY FRIENDS: I use to be a fiend for the knife but I have seen hundreds of lives of Women and men sent to the grave by the knife and eight years ago I quit the knife for life and I am now convinced that if God put some herb mineral or other things on this earth to cure one thing He God put something here to cure all diseases. Listen again: If a carpenter merchant or farmer can guarantee his work or goods I say a doctor can guarantee his work. What do you...

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

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE. TEXAS. a -. s Our Sensational Clothing Sale PAGE IIX r A B R.A NDEGEE KINCA CLOTHES. ID & CO. Continues with furious selling in every department Hundreds of customers have bought their fall and winter suits here at a saving in many instances of from 25 to 33 per cent. Our stock is yet ample that you too can avail yourself of this same opportunity. These are the prices that we are featuring this week on a special purchase of Men's All Wool Three Piece Suits correctly tailored all good patterns. You'll not be surprised. to know that we are doing the clothing business of Abilene when you see the prices that invite you to this Big Busy Store. -$M5-$10-$13.85 In Ladies' ReafLydo- Wear "We linvc just received an express ship- ment of Indies .Suits In this shipment we arc showing some very special values that invite your immediate attention. Prices roup? $10.00 $12.80 t-5.00 up to $18.50 Boys ble Breasted School Suits Our special purchase op3J) boys suits ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 November 1914

THE ABILENE RBPORTKltABlLBE TEXA8 TA' "VEN Children r6y for Fletcher rs If MWl wLfe fffll lis B J8 111 ILWimi All ul ill Tlio Kind You Iluw Alums Jlonglif nml -iihlt ln been iu mo for over 0 jc..Wf Jhm Bornotlio Blumuuri o" auu iiuh neon ib.uio tumor IiIh per- &y&&ZiM "aT'.-J!!'!"1".1 - " ' "' ! BW Yfllf f .ah iimntorrflN jiullntloimfilHt Ju IixprrliiitMitrt llmfc trlflo U 1ml otitl lufnuU antl Clilltlrou JUxiicileiicu n Wha irk m tT US VMO Cnstorla H n Iinrnti h ftfilmU Rorir J)rnp nwi s irflilnjf k ciuitnln neither pj iuui lu miDsumci'. kh njri i i u.h nml nlliUH lVcfiilii ess Imx been in 6ntaii mm I'litltili-iii-w YV IXnrrli'ni ltfff: iiHHliiiIIiir.s thn'oo( Pun Vf iiIiimC ito Jf Ca wn; i Ijuiifio 1 fliyteo 1 futora t rum re lie fli Sl lien 11m hifntmr. IricnivoyntiliithH. i-astrvoti'r tirn hut iitfcrAlio Iieulth of lIiorliuwHt FtfA ISO f- ind olle a eu iiiitei Clio Ktotitat: Khlwr Iiealtliy Htor Oil. Pnrr Jt Im plotisunt. tor older 3iijntto it l NtrovH JTrnriiDJ Imn ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 November 1914

tS'iSwii?aditi 7:lftMuui)tf'&Mi&mwmwiiZZ THE ABILENE. REPORTER ABILEKF TEXAS QUARANT NE TQ CANADA BE SET UP i.ti shiimii:ts or f.ivcs'ruth FHOM THAT rwvritt TO I . H. to hi: nutiii.n. TO PREVENT CARS RETURN No Ft ntnl Mouth Ilrni In tan ndn Hut Infrrlrit Car Sent llirrr f. nml (otiTiimriil liorMi'l Want Tliciii Itrliiriiril. 'y Asioclatod rrcsn. WASUINUTO.V Nov. D.Tlio I)e- lwrtiueiit of Agriculture Is iiinkinr preparation to Issue n iiinrniitlti or- itur barrliiR nil ahlpnienta of livestock from Canada to tlie I'nltod State Tlicro Is no known foot mid inootl illscaso In iVnadn. but Infected cart have been sent tbore from tlie 1'nlted States mid the uarantlue will bi or- hiollxtied to prevent tlio return ol tlicHO cars. HAMBY NEWS LEnER DcliMTtirc Quarantined. Ily tlio Associated Press. WASHINGTON Nov. H. The slate of Dolcwnro wan quarantined today on account of spread of tlio foot and mouth disease there. Nhnt the llNrino I. Tbls dlsonsn of cattle In common to Kuropean coun...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 November 1914

" J8WttJJJ"i ijjpi--x - ' BsW ar vor xxxit ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY NOVEMBER 17 1014. NUMBER 00. i ii i t Longwy Fort Smashed by 16-Inch German Gun. 1 i SMi'lEffHWff?ifflSStHKBlsgffy I BAPTIST GENERAL BOTH ALLIES Al GERMANS CONVENTION NEAR wii.i coriiM-: w aiiii.cm: urn. I'lllLSUVr tt'KBK. ISO tiii: Jit AY ii:m;iti:s. TWO MEETINGS BEGIN TUES. it. U. M. W. n Plrsl l(iiiUl Church mill Pntnr ami l.njiiitn nt IIinI rhrMhin I liunli. Nnlril People Couihiir. Tho.nnptlsi ('euernl Convention tl To.xim will convene In Abllrne nt the First ItaptlHt church on Thursday November llltli nt 10:00 oVIovfc n. in Tho ronvuntlnn Hioi'tM annually nnt in railed tlu iilanntiiR boily of tho Mat- llHt clinrrlifH of Tt'XHu. Tli(ri urr. Hoinutliliii; iitmr Mio.uoo HaptlMtn In the ntnto ami tin llnptlm Hialc Convention tosluFM the KciU'rnl wcirl; of the ile- iiomliiatlon. It employH tho uiIhhIoii Hocretnry and Iiiih dlreet control of nil the inlHSlonary operatloiitt of Hie di- nomination In Texan Tho convention ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 November 1914

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS --vlT.YH7RVTUi'wn'q PAOE TWO I M : Our Shoulder to Your Wheel THIS IS TUB HEAL '( Abilene Thrift Club" It is clofitfnod lo liolp you liolp yourself. If you perform tho'fiwk you m1 for .MuirM'lf when you join this club you will not only hjii n cash capital rondy money hut you will know how to make it 1 argot'. You will Itnve loiiim'd what fcoiiTiiito thrift m. Start with n small weokly clopaedt i0 eettH or one dollnr then inerotue ft if ytm like but STA1JT. Membership is free. Ycmi are invlttiil. The First State Bank & Trust Co. ABILENE TEXAS. L mJBSXTSMl YOUR NEkT Whjl Not NEW ONE OF THE V ?jfc Operates Two Through Tra QR Daily Orlcam on allJTUr THE METROPOLIS OF ' SOUTH T 1 a: Your Local Titlff t Xtruit will iiivw A. D BELT - Ass't. Gen'l. Pasenger Agent f DALLAS ALLEGED FORGER MSESIED HERE . IS CA1IEQ BACK M)(U OFI'iriUts WITH ili:s(Hl!. T10N OP MAN SrCI MF. HIM FIIOM WIUSTIHH'M) 11IAIN J II. Mania wanted at Cleburne for alleged forgery wan c...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 November 1914

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE. TEXAS PAGE TH1 n $15 Misfit mmm mm m Tailored Suits fo EXTRA SPECIAl-.Abouf 75 Tailor Made Suits Good Quality Choice - - $8.95 "We Fit the Hard-to- ' m II Wtr Jf I iiL f k s i r rnYi r m Xlm. A.Jt -jfcZ f" Sll jrMr 99 Pfrom $25.00 to $40.00 for a suit of clothes when we offer you Misfit Tailor Yi Riiifs wnrf.h frnm $2F 00 f.n ftd.0 00 fnr nnlv ffilK.OO. We are renmvincr rmw shin- I wwu v.. vim. jk& wii wmt vv vr viavuvv -. w. ... vf .-. w -. w - w . w -v.. ...-. -- . . nts of these fine clothes every week; suits that are tailored by Straus Bros. Inter- tational tailors and M. Born & Co. and other tailoring firms with a national reputa- i. uaii ana examine tnese suitjs ana you are sure 01 appreciating tne extraorai- y value we are offering in these suits at $15.00 IN'S FURNISHINGS Every article worn by men can be bought at this store ew and stylish wearing apparel including Shirts Ties Collars Underwear Shoes Hats Etc. Misfit Clothing Company Pin...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 November 1914

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE. TEXAS. PAI FOU aa ? h A Successful Bank Willi a huiiltlirul Krowth must linve the following uU'iiipnts. I First: Ample Resources Second: Capable Experienced - and Conservative Manage- ment. Third: Honesty and Integrity in all It's Relationships. Consider those runiliiiiiuiitiiis count. Citizens National Bank Officers: Member Regional Reserve Bank 4 Per Cent Interest paid on Savings. MEXICAN SHOT AND KILLED ON UNKNOWN MAX HKl'LIVLS lll'M.Kl IX XF.HHO HF.STU'UAXT. HIS ASSAHiAXT IXhMHV X. TESTIMONY IS CONFLICTING Offtrrro Haw I'lnrrd Three Men lull Feuding Further I in cut lira- tiun lulu the .Murder Episode. In An unknown Mexican about 25 year of ago wa shot uiul killed between 1U and 11 o'clock Friday night in u negro restaurant at Fourtlt and Ash streets. Three ncRroes und a Mexican have been taken into custody In connection with the shooting but very Mule .of the evidence taken at the Inquiry Saturday evening seemed to fasten the guilt on any one. fn f...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 November 1914

THE ABILENE REFCR-H? ABILENE TEXAS fAoi m Tr"v ' ' tww i -- . n V ..... . . ' .. 4. .... ' " Our Annual Thanksgiving Sale is inaugurated along broader lines this season than ever before. Larger assortments of Merchandise and many additional departments are involved. Your prepara- tions for Thanksgiving and the cold weather can be made here during this sale with splendid oppor- tunities to effect rare- economies. . Sale Begiis Mcday Hovemher 16th assd Continues Mil Ifdsiesday November 25th Broad assortments of Seasonable new merchandise await your choosing here. They include what we believe to be your most im- portant needs at this thanksgiving time both for the home and person. Everything is of a quality that can be depended upon to give the most satisfactory service and the prices assure the most economical shoppers of worth-while savings. -Monday is opening day of this sale. Be sure to be here with your friends and share the special values this sale offers-Matchless values that yo...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 November 1914

FAOE MIX THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS m T?Itvc axva T&oyWi 1 r SopTa T?lac& kJ u H: -"5v$$ Ozx a&s Sie Utuoou aw& &oem$ Dresses 6ereA a Special Sale odvWv Samws 1&auojvgi tom 0.00 o SjSO.OO Of spcoittt interest to every woman in Abilene and Vicinity wo announce ati extraordinary purchase of new Dresses from one of New York best makers and finest lines the 'Lucille Dresses. These (Ii-omm are the manufacturers' sample their latest and most effective style recently shown in New York They made us a great price conawion on the entire lot and our customers .e thus given a rare op- portunity to buy at a very small price Dreises of the best make nml newest style. You will nmivcl nt the beauty and quality of those dresses and tltc unexcelled valuos they offer at the prices. They nro the latest creations of the designer made up in this season's most favored materials and thorough workmanship csn be seen in very stitch. The range af shades for afternoon and evenin...

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

JL- lje bxmt Bmi'WuMn &p&xi&c VOLUME XXXII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 20 1014. KUMBEJt 91. CARRANZA IS NOT GREAT QUESTIONS CUSTOMS ARE TQ WERE DISCUSSED! BE HELD BY U. S. WOMEN TRANSACT AMERICAN CAPTAIN IS FIRED ON BY A TURKISH CRUISER WILLING TO QUIT BEEN VIOLENT CANNONADNG HAS 1 NS HAYS OFFER MISUNDERSTOOD ami not willing nut ci u 'ritimir. to (Jo is. m EFFORTS fi PEICE otiHti) Slllliiinir Shjh Renewed Effort Vrr llrlnir Miule About Under- i IiiiiiIIiiu' llclttceii Fiirt-ton I.CiltllTH In Mexico. lit. Hm Ai.l.l.t..l Ik.nua 3 tin- Rpiii.-i4iitiit i i van. I WASHINGTON. Nov. 18. Statp Do- partition! advice today aro to Iho IniruiiuiH novice imiay are io uiu uffnet that President Cnrratija has re- imilliitcil the tcdegrnm hum by Pablo f)fttt..tAtt ... Unit ..i hAkInh .I... Iltrt imilitttcd tin telegram hum by Pnlilo GnuzMlea in Oultnrrmc Bnylng that the llmt chief would n-ilro. nrrnnm miiu mat ins oner wan mlfliiiidcrKlood and Hint while he did projinxc that he mid Vi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 November 1914

JAM TWO THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS 1 1 I I' f t Our Shoulder to Your Wheel 1'irfS JS TJI1S REAL SPIMT OK TUB cc Abilene Thrift Club" It is designed to liolp you liulp yourself. If you )ei'form the tnsk you et for o'.ueif when you join this club you will not only htive a cash capital ready money but ycrti will knpw liow to make it larger. Von will have learned what genuine thrift is. Start with a small weekly doposit 30 wills or one dol)ur then inuruitFc it if you liko s-but START. Jlombursliip is frw. Yon nro invited. The First State Batik & Trust Co. ABILENE TEXAS. BREATHE IpSffliS IB SITOSh-ED CATARRH rtf r (Meant Relief '.V 1.i Nn;o .iml Head Are 1 dtwolvl by tho hent of tho noMrils Cloesed (ran a '.'olw. ..J- Kt.y J tonc:U Ale and heals the inflamwl.swoj- CatarrHat Ducfcare. Bait Mcauaalio U'v. mf ebrano which lines tho nose.hund Vanishes. t u:kl Ufout; clears thenirpAasapKi;itona t asiviSiftcnurKi-i ami n tuelinir oi cietins- jtuir rloUung relief contra immediately....

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

QflOOP THE CUB REPORTER CONVENTION ERE IS X LOCK- RABBIT5 YFaoT-"nV . AL STUFF! 1 BAPTIST II i " "'"'I 1 i Twenty-Eighth Annual Session Is Called to Order By The President In First Baptist Church Abilene Texas Tuesday Morning November 17th Tint 2.") Hi Annual Kindlon of the Rnp- tint Wuinun Mission Worker's Conven- tion of Texas convened In the audito- rium of tho First Hupllst church of Abilene. Texas t '.:io u. tu. Tuesiliiy. November 17th and was called to or- der by tin President. Mr. P. S. Davis of Dallas. Texas. Suntvd on the pint form with the president wore: Mr A. P. Ileddnc. Corresponding Secretary. MrH. Aholl . IlitnlliiK. Recording Vi'- roury Mrs. It. A. Ktmbrough. and Mrs O. H. Cooper. "Praise God From Whom AH Hits- sings Flow" wan sung as tho opening hymn after which Miss Allen of Wuco. lead the convention In prayer. The devotional uxorclsos were con- ducted by Mrs. It. A. Klmbrough of Abilene who offered a short but earn- est prayer before reading the scrip- ture lusso...

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