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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 May 1916

' )'"$ W" rMwppwJta l)e SUnUene Smi-toekto Hpfxrrtr Toi.ririE xxxv. AIllLENK TEXVS tt'KRDlY MIY S3 191R. tMIIEK4f. 1 ii I.... m. WEST FRONT FIGHTS EXTEND First Photo of Russian Troops Landing at Marseilles. TOE TROOPS 10 CARKANZA TO SEND NEW NOTE TO U. S. PLOT UNEARTHED PISSING lF roI'MKHFfclT TE.IXniKIMr.S SKCTrtHS AIIOIlMlill SIXTH (VLHY KNOHN TO HAVE LEFT COintlH'M SATt'HDVY MHIIT. my phoposi: the sinxixo of a DEFINITE rNDEHSTAXI)L( OF rsWIIITTBX ACJHEH MET 1)01.1 UJ HILL I.KVDSTO His. I)l Alti: Mitt MCF.M.K 01 (0KH OP UATI.'HI ILS. HAT ILLS. COUNTERFEITING m ONO DISTRICT TWO MEN BEING SOUGHT Yotilli 1'nilcr llomi to Avvntl Prelimi- nary Hearing rxt Niiturdnv tm Charge of Passing a CoiinU crfell nut. Ix)0(il federal authorities assisted 1$ Abilene police officials have unearth- ed vhnt they believe to he u clever counterfeiting plol wli'ch haft already led lo the arrest of a youth on u charge of passing a counterfeit ten- ilollur hill and tuny lend to the nrresf of at least two o...

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 — 23 May 1916

TH ABIHrHC KIPOHTIR A1IL1NI TKCAI. ju - - . 11 Prnvmsmntl rugul tHrwf&HrtfA I IHHfcflHi m www..; Mury Mmwrm. MP I MMMiHBSIISliHI nkws briefs. IUBBMaBEBEISS&yMr t v K h u i. New Savings Accounts in the First State Bank V Entitle depositors to vote in the contest now on and 4 - the young lady contestant will appreciate any interest you may show in her behalf. Rcmombcr that you don't have to spend monoy to get votes; you merely save it and get interest besides. Every $2.00 deposited gives you 1500 votes for your contestant. Think it over and help the girls. BALLOON ASCENSION DREW BIG CROWD; THEY GOT A THRILL Aoronaut Andrews finally mndo lila balloon ascension Thursday afternoon after a delay of several days caused by unfavorable weather. Hard luck attended him all tho way through. Just as ho was about ready to as cend and while a big crowd awaited the flight tho big gaa bug was punc tured and collapsed to the around. ln daunted ho repaired the damn go and again filled tho bag ...

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 — 23 May 1916

AwU&fc- U i THE AlILUNE MPOJtTKIt A1ILKNE T1XAB PAQK mil CENSORSHIP OF FAKE SCHEMES L Going FRIDAY NIGHT CH MBEH OK (OMMUKCE Ml LI XV- 1'imVK OK DIHAI'PHOVK ALIi ADVEKTISINU SCIIKMKH. LOCAL EXTUAYAXOAXZA secured GRinrATIXfl EXERCISES TROVE VERY ENTERTAINING AND IN. STHITT1VE TO AUDIENCE. niAl'TAna'A TEXT TO IMtK- SET MUSICAL. !.m 3&3&$& CUPID IN FAIUD WEDNESDAY NIGHT 0 m ii ii i '' I I I ivtl vJVjb i I I n i r (7 & 1 'J Away: ? $1000 10 BOOST CITY Honoris of ComniiUccs Approved nml Various Appropriations Made lo Further the Work of Tim Chnmher of I onimcrcr. IJ-iklr!.- Jr ! - The directors of the Chamber ol Commerce in session Friday after- noon started n plan for the doing awa with "fake" advertising and fake contribution schemes. Tlio passing of resolutions railing for the naming of a board or censors to pass upon such matters put the movement? Into concrete form. Secre- tary Wood was named to act as chairman of the board of censors and Is to select four others...

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 — 23 May 1916

TO ABIL1K1 ItlPOltTIft ABIL1NE TIXAI. MMiMlfliBliillnl Semi-Weekly Reporter Y AIILENE MINTING COMPANY 102M028. North second Street. Entered as Second Class Mall at Abilene Texas SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year (In advance).... $1.00 Six Months (In advance).- 50 telephones: Business and Circulation - 6f Editorial Office 829 Society I -1037 or 348 Subscribers falling to receive their pa- per regularly will confer a favor Upon Iho management by reporting the same to the business office. 'Phone No 6?. 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 bo gladly corrected upon Its "being brought to tho attention of the firm. ltcports from tho Hunch Oil Well ore favorable. "Things look good" is what they aro Baying. Wo are hoping. Two hundred thousand pounds of wool wns sold In a slnglo day at San Angclo Inst week. Tho city on the Concho Is "some" wool market. A special train loaded with Te...

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 — 23 May 1916

4 THE AMUR! B1F01T1 ABHJBCB T1XAI 2Ci5KX3EMGiiMlMtM RelUv K)awfcs"JDeveXeev (eTsimTta) T$evciauAse f' ' ' ' - ; 'SVtovWs t$Ye v&k Qwa Sot& r v. AWJT.: ""w m .'' . "J" lu" " iiwijywi mi i mihrml i n i i tM win mm 1 1 m M . j x j ' - ..I III llWMWWIMIII ! IW Wsl . ig.m.1.. u "".' " ' - r - -. - - - .- - - -w-- r -rmi n iiii.i n " -- ' ""' ' - - '" Mmr-r-rn-Mmr--''r''MmPlaltMlMr wJk WGft .hi mwmii m iuii tin iv " HI ' 7 i M -I inn bolt of new ' iiu ii i ii i if ... . . 7 ll ill Ii tuiijrimm. jti ' lllim villi II If . hi'sjTTTi Mil flllltf Inllilfl r si ' " 'I Bill wh&Tjf r Iff 1 J IL '- M flPb 29 1 i-'lJrKf 0LS3s Asagfcftf S&S 11 W; .. . Cont IE S aMMMIMMMa STOCKS ARE MORE COltf PLETIil THAN AT ANY TIME DURING THE SEASON. On account of conditions m the wholesale markets we have made heavier pur- chases than we would have done otherwise but insure getting many lines of merchandise that Would not be obtain- able later" we have accepted delivery at this time. This means la...

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 — 23 May 1916

PA018DC lift AnENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXJ4S. M li DEDICATION OF i.MHUINI! mrvi woopmw cvmp debi. flTES ITS lIAmSOHK LODGE ROME TIII'KSIIAY MH1IT. HMS AROUND 700 HERS Srrrlcc In Which Sew Ilnll Wni Bed. Icnlcd Were Lnrgclr Attended nnd 'Very Imjirctshei Finest Home In nest. J. M. DEARMAN WAS ACQUITTED AT BAIRD OF MURDER CHARGE 250 OF VILLA'S MEN BEEN SLAIN The dedication of the new lodge nomo or Abilene Camp No. 136 Wood- inert of the World took place Thurs- day night with between 150 and 200 present Including visitors. The handsome-new lodge wan com- pleted recently. It stands at Syca- more nnd South First street facing rtorth Tho material is of brick nnd the building has two stories. The ground floor Is leased to the laughter inuertnking company while the en- tiro tipper story la used by the lodge giving an immense amount of space for its uses. The lodge home is di- vided into ft main auditorium ante- rooms cloak rooms rest rooms club rooms and other subdivisions. It Is a perfect mo...

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 — 26 May 1916

SiMktte BtmbOtMu Bjeyxrrtjer i i VOLUME XXXY. AB1LENE TEXAS FKlftAV KIT 2 tl. NOME it i fa A; C.C. CLOSES A GREAT YEAR 2 VILLA BANDS ARERE-ORGANIZED VON BUELOW ON WAY TO THE U. S. bwleymis SINN FEIN HEAD FOUND eUlLTY BANDIT LEADER MAY REACH THIRD SAHDJHURSDAY rULLINtt OF CASlNfl AT SF.W AW LENK OIL WF.LL Of'rirPtEV DRILLERS WEDNESDAY. HKI TEXAS S COL. ALVAREZ. LEVDEIl Of'tHK ULENN SPKlXflS-HOqnLLAS dUAnrvmo kxehuses tfeh DAY NIGHT AT IIILKM: CHRISTIAN COLLEGE. llECHt'lTED IX .SOUTHERN CHI' lil-AlUM AM) GOIXfl NORTH 1VA1U) IlEPORTS SAY. FORMER GEItMAN CIUNCELLfnt HIS PLATFORM ADOPTED BY DE MOCHATS IN HliSSION AT SIN ANTONIO. I011N JHACNK1LL CONVICTEH OF 1IAYIM1 PART IN RECENT IRISH REBELLION. REPORTED KXHOCTE TO WASHINGTON NOW. HA 111 JilRhJl CAPTURED 10 RAISE $50 After a Strcng Speech Tuesday "Ight Friends of Institution Hntse $7000.00 Of Tim $.10000 For Endowment Tjie best yenr In the history of the Ahlleno Christian College! was brought lo a close Tuesday night with the rendition ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 26 May 1916

A9MTWQ s m 1 .-1 " i --g l t n t- si Mi- ' t$ ri -. 1 2 5t iUl k JIf : 81' mil . i mi: New Savings Accounts ill First Bank Xatitle depositors to vote in the contest now on and1' the young lady contestant will appreciate any interest you niay show in her behalf. Remember that yon to g voteji; you njerely rid. Every 2.00 deposited gives you 1500 votes for your contestant. Think it over and help tho girls. WOULD SOUND OUT BRITAIN ON SENDING OF SUPPLIES TO POLES WASHINGTON May 24. Tho Hitch- cock resolution requesting Secretary Lansng to inform tho Senate regard- ing tho attitudo ot tho Drltlnh govern- ment concerning tho shipment of sup- plies to tho bcoole of Poland has been recommended foe passage Jjy.iliB.for.-J eln relations cqmmltteQ. Excelsior Wonder Knife With Punch Blade WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERY FARMER STOCKMAN AND SPORTSMAN. This illustration shoirs tk actual iro of boles that may be cut Yrlth the leather punch blade. DEB YOUR GOOD FRIEND THE PARCEL POST WILL BRING IT...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 26 May 1916

111 -I.JU FINE PROGRAM MONDAY NIGHT SKJTIOH ACADEMY CUSS AMI.tta: I'URIHTIAV rOLLKUE HE. LIGHTS At'DlKWE. MEDALS HONORS AWARDED n?5 P.R tt"0" I'or The 10.B Sexton Hill be (!hcn )r (Jnutunttair ('litis Tuesday Evening tfny 23 nl 3.30 OTIocJu On Monday night at the Abilene Christian College the Senior AtaUomy class rendered a Very cnjoyablo pro gram before an audience that more than filled the auditorium nion find- ing seats and standing room in the corridor and doors. The welcome address was made by the salutatorlan Mary Taylor who presented the salutatory In n very pleasing manner Tho class president Wyllo Unto de- livered an excellent rtddress reviewing tho year'a work and expressing high hopes and Ideals for tho future. Jiis Speech Was good and to tho pofat dh playing tho strong personality Indica- tive of the class president. Mary Ruth Freeland rendered a beautiful vocal solo "Morning" by Spcakc In a very graceful and appre- ciable manner. Miss Phillips played the accompaniment. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 26 May 1916

I! I mamessssmmmamaamm Stemi-Weekl Reporter f AIILKNE WWHTlim (MftPAilV 16M0! NartfMcw 3Kr . ' & " A KatereA M fttnmd Cmm UtM. t iUMRIPTIOH RATESt One Year (in advance)... $!.$ j Six Months (In advance). -.... i5U r TEHPHONfctS " Bdainew and Circulation 6? T ditortel Office 2 I Subscribers failing to recelYo their p- - per regularly will comer a. iavor wpw? the management i by reporting the 1 Mtne to the business office UPhoae - No. W .':'f Any erroneous reflection dpott the character standing or reputation .t iny jjerson firm or corporatlo "which may occur In the columns' ot THE RE PORTER will be gladly corrected upon hs being brought to Uw.attenttc o the firm. . gyVWWVWWVWAAi' FKIDAY MAY 26 IfllG ' .nxjiu f i a" rj wr -wnrMTiii"rx i -ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Abilene Christian College has just closed the mo3t successful session In Ttho history of that Bplendld school. President Sewell Is enthusiastic-over "flie spirit of co-operation and encour agement given the Faculty by tno...

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 — 26 May 1916

TAnrrrL j 'snoop" ithe gub By "HOP" 5 Pulling Out of ykf Mud on If $ REPORTER Jf'. - flRST6E SURETTWWU AR!.lrVTHE. MUD-VoUlfcUAULV CAHTLUV JHEkNaCK THAT TJEVEU3PE5 IN VdUR EN WE-TtfeN ATWH :f PUMP TO "ZEPpEUH "TBP-rtHD )' lll'l'lllMIIIIIWiijJX 7 -- TS&iiSJ WilliiiiiMUiMilliiB AtM 1L' 3K?ggg'gpsBKS ' ' utiuiij vour btemt r n mmLwkvmLlL7 t"hHIjhuv Bs UIUM 1 11 QnlflllHllHUlnV UUHH "Ei. ' AT LAAAAAAJ i lEni Per Cent nill yBEgX Paid On IfSfj Vp Savings fc55f I'flC Accounts Iff&f ' " i j ; i-; ..TTfT - . . ; i ...ILi OIL WELL BROUGHT IN ffl MILES SOUTH OF ABILENE ESTIMATED AT FROM FIFTEEN HIVE BARRELS OW TO TWEN HER TWOSANDSSTRUCKANDANQT EXPECTED FORTY FEETFURTHER ON Excitement Great WhensNews of Strike Hit Town; Will Shoot Hole When Third Sand is Struck Probably ' by Wednesday; High Grade of Oil. COMMENCEMENT IS WELL A1TENDED AIULHNK eilMSTIAN COLM'.di: MtVUKWH- UK.UV IIUJ CltOWDS FQ1I EACH MJMllEltr SATURDAY NIGHT PROGRAM An oil wall that Ih variously call muted nt from flftoen...

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 — 26 May 1916

u i i It ' - ! -44 V .. ' 1 j 1 1 i It t ' H r 1 ft ' ' V . 4 ii N -i IM PAGE fTX The Strange Case of Mary Page SYNOPSIS. n Mary" Page actress. Is accused of the. murder of James Pollock and li defehdcd by' her" lover Philip Lanfedon. rollock wns Intoxicated. At Mary's trial ehe ad- mits she had tho revolver. Her maid tcfetincs that Mary threatened Pollock with It prevlbusly end Mary's leading man Implicates Langdort. How Mary dis- appeared from tho scene of the crime Is'a mystery Brandon tells of a Btranpe liand print lio law on Mary's shoulder. Further evidence iihows that horror of drink pro- duces temporary Insanity In Mary. Tho defense Is "repressed psychosis." Wit- nesses describe Mary's night from her In tcccicatcd rather end her father's suicide Hilt'sa Walton describes tho ltldnaplntt of Mary by Pollock and Amy Barton tells of Mary's struggles to become an actress of Pollock's pursuit of her nnd of another occasion when tho smell of liquor drove athry Insane. Thcro Is evlde...

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 — 30 May 1916

w'Hmnjiiin.ji. n iLlUMmUl .imMumammam . P .1 VOLUME XXXV. 7- --' '" " ' ' LJi-JU' lll-""IBKr' Jii..;iru LjmiUMUMMUJ iiiiJHBB AH1IK TEXAS TUESDAY H iy SO 1910. NIMHER 42. S U. S. IS READYTOJOIN ASSOCIATIONTO PRESERVE PEACE iwwwwwwwitwiiiiWMMM rwni VERDUN iO TYROL CONTINUE TO BE THE CENTER OF WAR ACTIVITY Austrians Are Still Gaining Against 1 he Italians Russia Caucasus andMesopotamian Fronts are Practically Unchanged. OFFICERS OF COURT MARTIAL FOHUAL OIIDKII FOIt TKML TO HE- JI. .U'NE 1 SENT TO r'tJXSTON. By tho Associated Press. Verdun and the Tyrol remain the center of current military csuvuy. . rciore tno t Tench force the tide of battle is flowing with ono combatant and then another. On the Austro-Italian front the advantago seems still to remain with the Austrians who continuo the offensive vigorously although in most of the sectors the Ital- ian resistance is apparently increasing in effect. Northeast of Verdun the territory about Fort Douaumont is hotly disputed. The Germans a...

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 — 30 May 1916

-J fAfSTWQ THE ABH.EK1 MtPOJtTW ABILENE TEXAS. I ii in i n l. ' ' li i i . I- New Sayings Accounts in the First State Bank Entitle depositors to vote in the contest now on and the young lady contestant will appreciate any interest you way show in her behalf. " "J- -- - - -- - - - .. r i m i i ii . r l i n .in i it i Prcmal Local Household HSRSOIULS. A fit S1WS KBIEF8. Remember that you don't have to spend money to get votes; you merely save it and get interest be-sides. Every $2.00 deposited gives you 1500 votes for your contestant. Think it over and help the girls. Judge C D. Mima was hero Friday trdta Merkel on business. Editor Homer I. E.iBterwnod of (ho Merkel Mall was among the visitors here Friday." tra Njnlllrf TV rMnnmnta mlvn n.v1it at Stamford tho past year ts a ruefctl 1Iro B Chicken Honse. In the city of Mrs. T. P. Davidson. f A blazing chicken house belonging Working on Tax Koll. Tax Assessor St John and Deputy Rowland are busy on tho tax rolls. The Work will take about...

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 — 30 May 1916

Kentucky Belle Becomes . THE ABILENE REPOHTER ABILENE TlXAI PA8I TH1II A Washington Belle "' WdflJilI.. JJJl'I.J!KSa!SIRKSSJiSE5SS!M.TSCKa(E2 DR. PENDER VISITS PARIS TELLS OF THE GREATMARCH FIRE Editor ncnortpr: I.hnvri fnt I. iteil my old liomc 1ft Parln. nnd must confess I was very much llko tho' Queen ot Sheba when she visited nhd beheld the benuties of Solomon's Temple. She said that the half was noi loin an wnen r Deiieiu the de- struction of that grent fire which broke out at five-twenty on the even- ing of March twenty-first I was pro- foundly convinced that the halt was not tnhl I No tongue can express nor ran any pen depict the wholesale devastation of that great fire the greatest that has ever visited Texas and one of tho four greatest In the United States. I believe that In proportion to popula- tion It was a more destructive fire (than tho fire which burned up Chi- cago Thero were 1440 residences i burned nnd between five and six thousand people rendered homeless and wit...

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 — 30 May 1916

vaoe rw TBI ABCHlTl-ltiroitTlft ABtUdrX TEXMM. genii-Wkly Reporter iY AtlLINE PRINTINS COMPANy lu hi ' Sstorad m ftacwM CHmw Man jrt BUtSORIPTIDN RATES: Ono Year (In advance).... ?1.00 jBlx Months tin advance..... .&" .llWl"l..lll ! I I I "I ! I telephones: Bus8eee aai Circulation . 67 Editorial Office 829 octety 1037 Of 318 Subscribers falling to receive their pa- er remdarlr will confer a favor upon the management by reporting the tame to the business office 'Phone Ko. ST. Any erroneous reflection apon 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 the firm. For the second time ft jury has glv- cn Frank Kelly a sentence of 99 years at Dallas for robbing: with fire arms. It is to bo hoped that the court andi jury were awe 10 gei inrougn tne rase without committing an error and that the twice convicted prisoner will be permitted to pass 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 — 30 May 1916

'SflOOP" THE CUB WXJKjr REPORTF REPORTER V. grrT32a 5MAtK5 (ALUMLLCrUCKEM T-ij ft J thA . T $FS2X -ii .. . .""IT!"?" " ' J -' l III i .mi. . i '.I . JSSJMSCl' M ll I tmmmmmimi If'- I I iMlMiMM MM mMli it HEAVY WINDS DO SLIGHT 0AIHA6E TIWKS SILOS ('lliTKKX SUMS AM) OTIIHR Til I IS OS DIM A(IEI) 11Y WINDSTORM. OIL DERRICK IS WRECKED Drilling Opcratlonx. nt New Oil Well Suspended by Accident 1 Der- rick Which Will Take Week to Repair. A Bcvero wlndotorm which swept Alillcno and vicinity ut about 7 o'clock Friday afternoon did considerable dantago In n small way and created Homo excitement. Tho wind waB accompanied by little rain right In tho city but southeast of here tu tho PotOsi Bcctlon a ter- rific rainfall accompanied tho wind. Tho rainfall at Potosl was estimated at a Inches. Crops west of Potosl art tho farms of Den Holly Fred Holllngs- head and Jcfr Key -were considerably damaged by halt and will have to be replanted. It was reported from Po- tosl. The area covered by tho hall ...

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 — 30 May 1916

r AM fix THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXiS. TEXAS GUARDSMEN ARE TO BE COURT-MARTIALED BAKER SAYS PRESBYTERIANS SELECT DALLAS y0 VILLA. IS KILLED NEAR CRUCES ICERVANTES.SECOND IN COMMANQ- FOR STYLE FOR SERVICE FOR SATISFACTION THERE IS NOTHING IN TOWN LIKE THESE 4i Kirschbaum and Suits at Tlio'o suits were ma i It nt higher prices. prices more- value than the average i hope to equal or Tlxse suits are w feml at these spe assortment while rmiL'e of the most .... fM. And whatever garment your c l Mire that it is flU-wool nml V Values to $20.00 For makers to the regular workmanship way could ever 'tein-BlocH $131 83anX$l5 rr -r-TT :- de fncis by ificjfr clclirud rtiMlilitlr'iurtn iff frrTt in fnJriosJliiltfiiiiitliflgKfri suHiaiiyiiwiiH' yy exm tojfpWroaeh. if has? rutimifiH of oitsafS ulirjecs for iM piuurge iiieiiuwi tionuTar SnriudHi pring shipments of- ll .clean-up ; and the 'cry size and a good itterns. ice lights upon you may folutelv fast color. Values to $27.50 For 116 WHO REFU...

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 June 1916

tye SUtflene Sjcmi-iJOuhi ftqpwftex T vot.rxE xxxv. AH1LESE TEXi FRIDAY Jl'NK 2 1016. XI'JIRER JJ. CARRANZAAGAINASKSFORWITH DRAWHL OF AMERICANTROOPS IN NEW NOT GERMANY M 0 CONFERENCE IS HELD AT AMERICAN EMBASSY AT BERLIN GERMANY DE- CLARES CAN'T FEED SER- BIA AND MONTENEGRO AT THE SAME TIME. By Tlio Associated Press. BERLIN May 31. Germany will Hot tic redo to Great Ilrltain a counter-pro IuihiiIb for tlio relief of Poland. Tills decision wns reached at the American Embassy today at a confer- ence attended by American Ambassa- dor Gerard Prince Lubcskl tlio Polish loader representatives of the Rock i-fellcr C'oinnilsslon and German offl- Main. Tlio British proposals were rejected on the ground that Gcrnmny considers it impossible simultaneously to feed i'.orblu and Montenegro. I'SED AS HAT CATCHER. LONDON May ."1 1 .A man who de- scribed himself ns n professional rabbit-catcher and with some experience M ratting claimed exemption from military duty on tlio ground that tils v. rvleoH...

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 June 1916

MMSBBJJSSjSwftiiwiiiiIu h i i t 1 r t ' It renulfc ! i pats on A HW Jk T bf MRfV Vj? :! & tFr3& v mk Wlf) The First State 5F V Bank and CuWanty Tjs Company Representisg combined Capital Surplus and Profits of nearly a gitarter million dollars pffqr; ygu ccoHtiorjal banking facilities. THE ABILiyi BJfrtmEBlt ABILllff TXXAM. Vmmm& leail Hotnekpld BIG JIM ttftttttffttSttft I 1WI ? Banks Close Tuesday The banks of Abilene wilt closa 5t;tttktttftJ PERSONALS. ft Scott Holllrt is Iiobio for tho holidays uyui mo puyior meuicai lounge. John E position with Minn RiirIo Pnnn nf MPrlfnl In tinrn Ifor n visit with Mr. and-Mrs W. R AtitoMnliilpft Licensed. Walker. Tho following automobiles liave Miss Mnggte V. Shackflford left been licensed: J. V. Tye Mcrkel Ford Mnntlnv mnmlnr for rtentoff whern shn l25ffl J. P. SewclL Maxwell. 1251; J. ...Ill i..h.i .I... nU4MiAJk.i.1 tf ln T)nmlilrt. 109 AT ELMDALE. TEX. ESTIMATED LOSS TO CHOPS WILL JIK AHOUM) IWou JlAJl BARNS DEMOLISHED. jessr tfa...

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