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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 June 1916

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. ii ' J nl'i iin H p nn'Hi J ii n him Hiii i iiJiiii il tim MffffiS mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmeesmtmtmm IX OYOmCY&SYY v 1 i tmmamammmuammmmM mmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Molina Implements Petetr Schutler Wagons ii i ii' i I i i i f . i i I R k ffl !! 1" --- r 1 II -IwfSSi JLJm 5v Coi ov Summv JDeav Young imn nnd moii who think liho yriuiie; mon until irrMivss nirxlishly coolly mid fcolioinically. Tin- soiison h ripe for you to onll hero nnd soo our lonu line of Midsummer Suits Dohuxp. The clothes vp oniry follow Fashion's iipwpiI uhiins carefully mid cleverly. The result is men who liny them rtre Snfe ill tlie loiowledgP that they me find nccordinjr to pre-mlvnneed style. PRICES $7.50 to $17.50. There is one rent advantage in buying yonf straw hut here it has the ijunlity to-thednU stitch that hns proven itself in the wenr throiitllt iiuiin years of hnt making. Store ?ericp here to match our inerehnndise T" ' i ii i i ' ' i i i i i i i . i...

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 — 2 June 1916

H AlDUm X RlFOMWt AMISH1 TBXA .-. t' i Spmi-Wedkly Reporter ttMlLKNC PRINTING COMPANY THJB COLONEL GIVING TROUBLE I A LITTLE FUN (Selected) Debates and Decisions By Frank Grimes. PAjBJNJft .II..II n ii. ii iwwpiin i .i 'Li. i iiimuiiiiU'i' " 7T---- I ' " J I f . I la I ' v '. Ml M t J 5 Mall at SUBSCRIPTION RATES: n VAm. fin nrlvnnrnl .....11.00 Six Months (In advance). 50 ... -" Trl PPUnNPA Bunes3 and Circulation . 67 Edftorwl ouice ..-. --- ?"I. B6H7 WJi .w w fettered as Second Clan Abilene Texas . . 1 let ft be known that he wants tho .. 'nomination himself but ho tins now Satecrlbere falling to receive their ' indicated that JubUco Hughes will per tegutarly will confer a favor upon not bc 8ati8factory and will not pre- the management by repotting tho parc tix0 way j0 untCu; action ftante to the business office. Phone i ..N0 man" ho declares in a recent No. 7. statement "should be named for tho yvvwvwxwxxvxow ' presidency who- announces himself In Any erroneous reflection upon tb...

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 — 2 June 1916

ABIL1WB TBXJUI. ?AOS flSB. 'QPHfYD" THE CUB OKjKJyJXr REPORTER Breakfast Conversations By "HOP" pNiflHiisiinziiisii!Ef!isitiziiaiffiiii UJ 1 A BANK'S BEST "AD"- Q j Wo wnnt yon to do business with this bank bc- S cause n satisfied customer is the best Ad. any -s bank can havt; XWM JJKLWCI miPORTWl i i i. ! L . - - - f i i - ). i ii - r- - in - i -i. i j-u I j-r -fl mm r . i ii" L jt "' " f"" J1' lllltl"'wW4gWNwa i BUnOT (ii iiHlAll iroiu president uown witn men ot nninnilPnn nrilT llHl TH "OI Ifllllf" iTIUul ULtilTlnll nilsllig Americanism Hint every ood iQUmLI0 l3L.ll I JUI I liL OllUffO mix I kun iiiiu uenuuu uiuuu. nuii ui outii iintuuiiii u- uuiiinihu v ill II ikkuh .uux pmrnm LuiALU.-jmr s-s hkuum wtum u Lt 5 kun MOUVI. THl;S( TO r H. niAitu. El) HV ItOOSKVKLT AUAINST SOMK "Jiyi'IIKNATKJi." IJy Iho Associated Press. ST LOl'IS Mo. May 31. Moral treason to the t'liltod States was I'luirRcil l)y Theodore Itoosevott In ait address delivered here today iiEulilgt UirnnurAinerlcnna wl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 June 1916

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TBXA1. PAGIITX 1 I I i u ? I' 3 ret "WtovAt "5ckt We will give free movie tickets good at Rex and Mission Thea- tres on Wednesday afternoon. When in our store trading ask for them. T&t. Oas SVdvVs 35c Two dozen new styles in ladies j White and Striped Wash skirts. These are equal to $1.50 and $2.00 values. Special price t 95c Quality A Campaign of LOW PRICE Making For June Volume I " I I fclM III I IIWIIII I IWIII.IIH II I 111 I II I !ll .lllfal. I " t Read the Prices Quoted in this advertisement visit the store and price the '(hundreds of items not advertised and remember the merchandise" is all new and the quality the kind that is making r Vz 3Vw&.eYsow Dv Soo&s Compaq 3m 3 aw SouuewVrs When in the store trading ask for one of those beautiful Jap- anese souvenir Fans. On ac- count of the value Fans will not be given children. SuWs 5.35 A special purchase of 2 dozen meiTs genuine Palm Beech suits Priced 6.05 Other styles $7.50 to $10.00 NEW ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 June 1916

th Asmara ipotjh awl raxA j i - ? .- BAseeALL-SrA&sr 'WX OjtOlo . ir:i.Siii im.m "''('aorti c OHR-P jOef - -- jL. N L2r7yx$? (miir'CmAipcandn THE FARM AND SMALLTOWN: UCCT MJUTEU! t- ULOI litJl t.lttrU rOR BIG LEAGUE TIMBER. Looking over 4I10 roster of the big l-niio ball teams you will Ilnd namo after namo of mon who only recently wero boys on the farm or In t:S vlliaso or email town. On Ilia oilier band sur- rrlsingly fow Itall fiom the big titles. Anil yet tills Is not so'bui prions utter nil. Even laying nsUo otir knowlet ..1 nig part Hint tlio bo-ccJI! tduntfy I ry i:as altvayn plared In die rreat 4 f- iIr-j of buslne-M and tlio ountry In flo plnco to lay lion jieccEsaly for athletes. Tlio r'ioti:raplis showh t- nil loverJ of the steal NUunt in naumonrio mcir uciuripresmaBvef of their tjo lft.thflltasebJlJifKldfin'CT these tsioJwart mulct rfi et3AtHyMbutnsa Voir know ana Ilko 0 wjyCdra-Cola. Shdrt Histories of tho riarcre. .TONM rictdcr Allison. JtanaRcr of St. I.mi I)ror.-n...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 June 1916

frAOK EIGHT THE ABItENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXrtS. Ks J ir. V It 5 H 1 " 1 M ) i "L"I ii'' i 1KB I!;!!. The Strange Case of Mary Page SYNOPSIS. Mary Page nctrcss. In accused of the murder of James Pollock and Is defended by her lover Philip Lnngdon. Pollock wns intoxicated. At Mary's trial ho ad mils she had the revolver. Her maid testifies that Mary threatened Pollock with It previously and Mary's leading man Implicates Langdon. J low Mary dis- appeared from (lie scene of the crime is a mystery Brandon tells of r straniso hand print he saw nn Mnry'n shoulder. Further evidence "allows that horror of drink pro- duces temporary Insanity In Mary. The defense Is "repressed psychosis." Wit n esses describe Marys illshl from her In- toxicated father and her fclher'n suicide. Nurse Walton describes tho kldnaplns of Mary by Pollock and Amy Hartort tells of Mary's struggles to become nn oetresa and Pollock's pursuit of her. Thero Is evidence that Daniels. Mary's manager. threatened Pollock. Ma...

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 — 9 June 1916

YOLt'ME XXXV ABILENE TEXAS EIDAY JUNE 9 1916 srxnftir ROOSEVELT WILL RUN IF JUSTICE HUGHES IS NOMINATED New York Republicans Have Reliable Report that Roosevelt. Will Under no Circum- stances S u p p o rt Hughes. 1J The Associated Prctt. OV.STEU UlY. June 7 IVlitle Col. Tliccilnro KoosctrK refrains fror.i rt iiuWIp statement on liN rrnl nttttndn f word (he Clilcngo sltiinllim !l Is ncll I now it here (o those4 who arc ttidninto with the Colmcl U:nl he Is opposed (o (ho nomination of Jii-llre Htmhcs n tin? Hhuutiird hearer of (ho Republican party. - Intlnmto frlrjids of air. KouictpH lplfcfo (hat If Sir. Jluglics Is noinlimt td Sir. Rooscvplt wilt he a tnnd(d.i(c. 1 01.0x1:1 itnoSKVKi.T will MIT SUPPORT lU'MIIES lly TIip Associated :rt.B. CHICAGO .limp 7r-Vcw York Re- publicans Hiipnortlnpr Justice- II tilic said today tltat they hud bwn Inform pil from rcllttulp Hources two ila)K nro (lint under no rlrciinistnncru wotili? CuF Roosctclt support Mr. Hughes If lp K iiomlnntcd hy the Ch...

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 — 9 June 1916

TBM ABtUOff TLJ&QWtXM . : . i i V I SERVICE! SERVICE!! SERVICE Upon the basis of rendering ; you "adequate service at all times wc solicit your businets. We repre- sent a constructive force in upbuild- ing our country and we ask for your co-operation. Remember that we offer you the Service. r FIRST STSTE BAMK G8flRANIV TRUST CO. COLQUITT IS TO SPEAK AT WINTERS Bfi THERE TUESDAY-.f20.000 LAXI) DEAL IS MADE LARGEST F0B SOME TIME Personal-Society from Stamford Special to Tho Roportcr. WINTERS Toxa3. Juno (i. MIna Ruby Snivcloy left yesterday for her homo at Clydo nftor teaching' cxprcs- Bion Ijcro during tho school term just closed. John Q. McAdnms was looking af- ter buslncsn in Ralllngcr Monday. Judgo Meeks from Talpa came in Tuesday to visit hla daughter Mrsr I. A. Gar rick. Tho Wocdmen of this placo will ob- serve Decoration Day hero Sunday. Visitors aro cordially invited to attend tho services. Ex-Governor Colquitt will Bpeak hero on Juno tfio Gth at the Airdome. Tho Gulf Refi...

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 — 9 June 1916

FA0KTHREX i' ii i nf i liitimiiiiti.' 49 PERSONS KILLED INARK.; 8 KILLED AT JACKSON MISS. Buy a Suit m&s2z . .. j. . v .-. . w NOW THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS i .1 in n t ' - ' ' '-" ' gMWMWWplWffyilWMWW .Lxr lW? rM wwmmkMm You Jiny for a .suit- nnrt you got coat vest ami TWO pair of pnfits Wc give you 'the ' i Extra Pants -FREE lYom the iCnlm Tailoring Ca's liu'- luitl Svp'Ii mnkt you n l.tvsflHt of an extra pair of pants. to stimulate mirmnar snlcn on ii'Kular woolon materials. A Mult with two pair of pants in Jionrly as good oh two wills it will pay you to l.uy.liowl ' This Offer does apply to Tronierash or other hot-weather fabrics. Place your order are plowed out I XOW-Mirforp the choice patterns 7-5.00 to $50.00 EXPECT BIG FIGHT OVER SUFFRAGE this 'io in: osc or ciiikf issues AT DOOI'ltAI IC NATIONAL CONVENTION. NO PLANK IN PLATFORM TORNADO YESTERDAY DOfiS HEAVY DAMAGE IN NORTH WESTERN ARKANSAS 250 HOMES. DMAGED AT JACK- SON TUESDAY . Both Shirs Will lie OhVn Opport...

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 — 9 June 1916

I ! i HI i j h-1 nU i N 4- Semi-Wee Kly R wrt?r AhlLEWE WUrfTIIW WMf AHV gUMCRIPTIOH nATESt rt vuii I In dYMC 1IU . If Six Months (to advance) .... -w . TstLJEPrlON ri. . j riroiii.uoa 7 fc!2S ClrcuUUo ----- g Pdltemt otoce ""7 0- a-jg lecfetr w l" j . ' .. . fckbecrlbera fallhsg to recolTB thelt i the maageefit by reaorVBC the 1 A Republican can becomq a des- me to the belaa Oftt?e. 'Phea Ra a m0nanhy ah that fa why Ha 7. Any erroneous reflection apon tho character standing or "' By person firm or corporation which may occur In tho columns of THE RE- PORTER will bo gladly corrected upon tto being brought to the attention of the mm. 'HI1A JUXK 9 1BN5. vPf 0 ..VN'rfKyV'V What la so glorious aa a day In Juno In Abllcno! nerloua question; Is Villa dea or nossumlng! fjarranxa has told tho United States wbero to head out but not whero to head In. Only about six weeks till tho pri- maries. If you failed to pay your PO" tax don't blamo ua. Mnybo tho Republicans up thoro at Chicago Intend 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 — 9 June 1916

9n"&BBgp "CHRISTIAN PATRIOTISM" '-" i-"-i-im.i - in auk Mi li liW fmmmmm TniJUULMMK smmmm mmmmmmmmmhh on ft of the sociality prophets In hla camphor bek hM lld down fche olAttarm that Fdr tfc n all labor should b controlled by the tho oldn days are past- II government and thai every laborer That which make Milwafcke fneus huld rtettra an tunl wage. The does not foam In Terieee II state Is fc dcjpoalt to his credit on And the lid In old Missouri fcs as tight- Saturday nteht In the bank In wage locked as can bet II Slmnionn College Baccalaureatb Ser- undiscovered. More marvelous still for the. week He W not permitted to o the comic i? oleeela and ta(sl mon delivered by Dr. Millard A. Jen- that tho 15th century should have di- borrow or go beyond his earnings. If cronies welt may lgh II Urns at the First Baptist church Sun- vel'opwl man in his majesty' as. a whol he falls to uq up the amount no For the mint la. waving gaily and tho day May 4: jnan and tho world. In U magnify credit...

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 — 9 June 1916

f i i !:1 fir1 I i't.A H J 1.1 1 pa a Km TTTB AlUnRNR REPORTER. AtttLENK. TEXAS THE HAMPSHIRE EITHER HIT MINE OR WAS TORPEDOED BRITISH WAR COUNCIL HOLDS SESSION AT ONCE SIR WIL- LIAM R0BERT30N PROBABLE NEW HEAD OF WAR OFFI0E ADMIRAL JELLICOE SENDS REPORT. By Associated Press LONDON June C Earl Kitchener the British minister of war- and his staff were on board the Eritish cruiser Hampshire which either struck a mire or was torpedoed off the west Orkneys and sank according tp the statement of Admiral Jellicoe to the Admiralty. It is feared that nil on board were lost. Four boats were seen to leave the Hampshire but a heavy sea was running. Only one capsized boat and tome bodies have been found. Lord Kitchener was enrouto to Russia. Admiral Jellicoe reports that there is little hope for any of the survivors. No intimation has been published that Earl Kitchener in- tended to leave England Accompanying Earl Kitchener and his staff vsra Hugh Jame3 Obeirne former counsellor of the British ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 June 1916

wnnr i kJafeaMMatrfMJ hmJLm iriMji nr m fc. 'QPAnP" THE CUB 0JJVjr REPORTS It Di 'n't Have The Right Listen To It By 'OP" fIiaiiminai!S!ni!!ins(irHiHHm REPORTER SB III J A ; RANTS BEST ' . Mm .. iki i t .iif 11 1 i . i . .. ' . "'to (D " We want you to do tmstne&f wlfli tliis bank bc- cfmse n satisfied customer is th6 best Ad. any bank can bavc. II! You will like Hid courteous treatment every- S body receives here. We will not gauge our we come" by the nize of your deposit. Ill i jGBHKi X dPCflNVENTlflNmteSTVoetEfiftTEJiy LOOKING-FORj VV JJ r imvJ ?uJ JJTfrrt P ) frAN l flli WHeWIWW (?S Mil "BUT WOOING 7ltVtr jitfft lAGOODSCOUr YO fcS?5tLei?7 I Wl&jN - x MMkt 11 u ill I imkmi I I II ijMjnirWl ml'ii mi AnPrti f I ft r ft 1 11 I nirjiniv KHAN H-AlIL Insurance ON COTTON and FEED Crops in Best Old Line Company Loviis C. WiseCEXSon Fill II. MM LNTKRESTIMJ MKKTIXG IS HELD AT J.IUIIAKV Africa buying nnd importing nhd Boil- ing negfo slaves In the Colonics. It na hnf ntilt Iftns tUt...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 June 1916

K i . I in h I ; '? i i 'i i . n 1' Mi PAGE sight heS T Iwl SYNOPSIS. Mary V&Zc netrrss. Is accused of the murder of Jartios Pollock and I tlffondwl by her lover Philip LnosUoti Pollock wca Intoxicated. At Marl's trlnl sho no- limn she Imd the revolver llcr mart tcstn-s thnt Mary throatcnl Poimck wan it rcfiousty and Jlarr'o leedlne n n.i implicate Laiifffcm How Mary oia- ZlZZZZ tirint he saw on Mary' BmuWr. Further cvultrtce chiraa thnt Terror of drink fro. 1 nirea tcintiomrv Insrfnlty In Mary. The defense Is "leprtssed psychosis. " WH nesei describe. Mary's HlRht from her In- toslcrttcil fntlitr Atiil Iter fathers miteMo. .Surstf Walton doaenbea tho kliJnaplirg of Alary by Pollock nnd Amy Partoti telta of Mary'n struKHlea to becotns nn netrees and Pollock's pursuit of her. Thcro Is cvldenro that Daniels Mary's mntihgori ' thrcateneJ Pollock. Mary faints mi the gtanJ and nsaln bom insane when n po- liceman offers her whisky fJunlols testi- fies that Pollock threatened to kill M...

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 — 13 June 1916

YOU ME XXXV. UIIEE TFYltf Tl'ESDAY JlK M 1916. waaBBajj-uxjiijiiJtBWBagBiwee4Bgeaiut.--iMLJjJiiiiii i mi nil m M MBKR 17. U1E AN 1BANKS RLILISEVELT ND WE ARE NOMINATED BY THE REPUBLICANS AT CHICAGO R ARE SELECTED AS NOMINEES BY PROGRESSIVES Justice Chas. E. Hughes of New York. TerelSOlFx (' 't5J? " LbBbLbV BbI W f 'f'tvV ?VV-'VS; ' iBBflKBf?34jpisfBBBBBBBBmv 'V- fltf WnRn3lBBBSSSB bbB mBHH PinaHHHHHBJ' f fiti JS?SBBBI Br$tS$MOBFwnBfkzHL?i? i wHLnV MbBmbSt -stSiCMSBSBBf IB UrS HBskiHlHiHsHvibiiiK Hr.? h ?iLLH BBBLnBBLnLnH oLbB NOMINATED BY THE REPUBLICAN PARTY FOR PRESIDENT. FUNERAL JUDGE HENRY SAYLES IIOIIY F IlISTINOnSHKI! CITIZEN IS LAID TO REST SATTRHAY AT O'CLOCK T. H. STORES CLOSED FOR 1 HOUR Hundreds of the Most Prominent Pen. pie of Abilene pay tlii'Ir Respect to the Memory of the Good Man. ITALIANS CAPTURE 90AUSTRIAN0FF1CERS AND 500 SOLDIERS Saturday morning the Associated Press issued the following summary of the war situation- The Petrograd war office announc- ed today tha...

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 — 13 June 1916

3PA0ITW0 TBI ABILlWi; KBFOKTgR AlILUKK TEXAS j SERVICE! SERVICE!! SERVICE Upon the basis of rendering you adequate service at all times we solicit your businets. We repre- sent a constructive force in upbuild- ing our country and we ask for your co-operation. Remember that we offer you the Service. FIRST STATE BANK GUARANTY TRUST CO. Personal Local Household wero given a trip to Cloud C roft Frl- djr. PERSONALS j Dr. p e Hdynos left Friday rnorn- JJJAJtJA Ing for Dallas to st his sister and mother. His mother will reach her Roy Estcs of Clyde spent Saturday eighty-fifth birthday Saturday and the in Ahiinno (sons and daughters will gather to help in nonene. her celebrate the occasion. Dr. llftnca W. 11. Halo went to Cisco Friday to will bo gono for a few days. transact matters of business. a. d. McDonald manager of the Frank Morgan of llrownwood Is hero newly opened branch house of the for a few days on business. iWooten Grocery company or icnu . .. . j- . Ifaiis was in Auuenc rnuay ...

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 — 13 June 1916

BOARD OF MANAGERS OF FREE DISPENSARY ISSUE A STATEMENT Tho Free Dlsppimry which liai been oiieratltiR Iti the Upspiih nt of tho county mart house since the thlr tetnth of March continues If minis tratlotis to tho sick and tho jufrcrlnir. with unnbated energy. Tho tlmuml for the sen ices of just such a place rts this dispensary Is far greater than those who were instrumental In insti- tuting the movement hail expected it to bo. Tor a long time theae people citizens of Abilene for n number of years had realized that there was much more sickness and suffering In Abilene among tnoso who could not af ford to pay a doctor's bill than there should bo. I'nder tho law of the lan-l the task of caring for the sick among tho poor devolves upon a city and conn ty health officer. Naturally In organ Izing a work like the Free Dispensary it was not meant to infer that that law was not being 'obeyed. On the con trary It was felt that the Dispensary could care for many cases that would bo out of the ...

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 — 13 June 1916

FA01 FGU TH1 AHmyH WfORTMt ABILKNK TBXA. 3 4 1 ij 'i Boys' Imitation Palm Beech Suits. One lot of neat hairline stripe Palm Beech suits sold in a regular wy foi $2.50just as a nextra spe- cial choice . $1.65 Boys' AJ1 Wool Geuine Palm Beech Suts'$395 Black and white check and silver stripe all Wool Palm Beech suits for hoys' in all sizes offered special at this price.' This is an exceptional value at $5.00 and certainly in the Bargain Class at .$3.95 Another lot of Boys' all wool suits priced at $5 and $0 choice ....$3.95 )tv Camavv o o Price TNfokvv ow SU awd F-:""-:'f ciuaVvmevcvaw4se vs &vacU$ eeoQwkatoxvs .. i J-1.. I'll '4- For this weeks selling we offer many lines of merchandise at less than the market value. The prices we are making: on Ladies' Suits Muslin Underwear Hosiery Ginghams and the values in Men's and Boys' Suits Men's Hats Trunks Suit Cases etc. offers opportunities of saving on high quality merchandise. &? ' 3AVeWs Sei audi Qvxay SVove A Special in Men's ...

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 — 13 June 1916

XXX AULXXK JtlKUmPt AMU TMXAM. TA9M TTTL rF XaVvonaVTSawk o Vtotaxw "Saxasi N "Dostts ow 2000000 I Personal-Society from Stamford Society Items from Merkel mm. man ok 10000 MILE TRIP PRAISES GALVESTON Special to The .Reporter. MERKEL Tex. .tune 10 Mrs. Geo. Stamford TexnB June 10. Miss D. Henck of Pasadena Cal arrived Murphy Taylor Is visiting her slster.'thla week for a visit with her parents Miss f!nrrli nt nollcee Station. I Mr. and Atra. A. FUIr. At nrcacnt Mrs. n V tlncrpnn ami fnmllv nrrnmnnn-' Pillo ntii? Him Tlnttrlr nl- rlftltlno- InlEdltOr Reporter. led by Vernon Hart have returned Fort Worth and other Eastern points. I GALVESTON Texas Juno 3. Last home. Thev have been tourlnK the! r i Mr inn t.nnrdf. nnrt tt. ThurBday morn.ng my son and I got State In an Overland. Wen' of Midland aro visiting their " board the "Sunshlno" and started J. 1.. Jones of Rule was In Stamford mother Mrs. M. T. Edward and on our Journey of over ten thousand n lniRiiiA.o Tnrsftnr tn.-.. m- fi.. t....

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 — 13 June 1916

PAG BIX THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. Spedalsln The PLATFORM OF THOMAS L BLANTON t i f i I sr June Expansion Sale 1. DEMOCRATIC RECORD jlng to onllghtened civilisation. I am a native Toxnn a life-long Dem-1 'Mist as Individuals arc forced IJriof innitimi of only n few among the ninny items nml prices thnt h mnkititf this tiff nig selling evenl for ilip month of Iutii There are ilonblless u grenf many things in Summer uoocls that yon will m ml If not now Ihen later which can he houjiht now at specially favdrahle pi'iees. It h n time for thrifty buyers and this is a hint of some of the value for tomorrow : nililiailon of tho Pork Barrel Graft to lift mtnnrtiinn moment t now nt hand. ocrat and with no exception have al-jsettlo their dlfferchpes'before a civil for tnP nions of dollars which are ways supported democratic nominees tribunal the judgment and decree of.- .. i .. t rt.. ..-.. fri. ..Mai.ini -.-li.. t . -'wiini. i knt.A7i .... o-mh.i n. extravagantly wasted every yemr nr...

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