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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 June 1916

k SUriletu 0mi"toeekto Bjepxrrtjap YOI.I ME XXY. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 16 1916. NUMBER 48 IWiyiupiIJuiaiUttJBBMB N THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONALCONVE D ens su NT10N 1HNY M VERSAL MILITARY TRAINING S PROVIDED IN NEW MEASURE Provides all Male Citi- zens Enlist for Six Months' T r a ining When They Become 18 Later be Dis- charged into Reserve. By Tiio Associated Press. W'ASIIIMITON Juno II. Ilrlnlls of a urw unlTersifl jnllllnry trnlttfti(C utiil service lilll which will be offered It (lip c'Uifrccs nt lltclr scfsIoh beenmc kllOWII today. The hill proihlcs (lint nil male citi- zens Hlinll enlist fr k months mili- tary camp training during the cnlendnr j ear In which lliey lieconio eighteen veins of ngc nnd thereafter shall lie discharged Into (lie rescne. In limes of war tliese trained men might h enlled Into sen Ice by clnshps if jear. the jhungest first. The hill Is designed us a .suhstltute for the CiinmberJnln measure now pending. WILSON F McCOMJIS INVITES MOOSE PARTY INTO FOLD CITIZ...

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 — 16 June 1916

r- HWHKTWO I TH1 ABILIKI KKPOftftft AILM TKXAi. - -t: ? i i i : I "THE BANKS THAT SERVE" Personal Local Household I -I t a -.irN. .L. -- .-- -tf . ... ' ! . it PERSONALS. Ed Tcaff wna among the Morkellte4 Ijcro Monday morning. ' Btevo ftcny of Foard county wnB n business visitor !n Abllcno Monday. I .John A. Dayls 4haa returned from a VIbiI cf a month tor feonnt Graham and Olney. . -t HEWS BRIEFS. K. of lVs to Elect. At tho regular nicotine of the local lodgo Knights of Pythian Thursday ev. cnlns the ahnUal election of officers will bo held. We acknowledge our obligation to -serve our con stiiiichtH. anil are trying our best to .perform tho real functions of bankers in administoring the af- fairs of our two institutions so as to best serve the people. Our policy is liberal anil sufficiently con- servative. Come along anil open an account With ui. I Mrs. J. .1. Pope of Toyah Is here for a visit with Mrs. A Osage street t Mrs. C. M. Krausso and baby of Gal- 'veston are hero" for n vis...

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 — 16 June 1916

5.'.. fix nn JPAOS TmfcSC" mnnMiM tri i ii i. i THE ABILENE EEFOKTWRiltlWCTBllTMM 1 J. . ; mrw m. m. m. m. k 1 r- ' ' ' r mm jaL&XimL ii : rn- is SOB ! fc r.ASTQRll Km i mi rf fcfi This morning -while sitting In my wro horpnntf IIitc felf.ng order !J ??d.? hB Ji'. numobw nnd tbiw fchllor boya would ro lliru going In every ulrartloit w;th great . t speed 03 though thfy were bn a mis- Ul6 rISGnK tightening up rtp3 InM- Rlon of life and death and must -make rrs down frails nnd trlrtiinlng the srifti tlit racd within the shortest thno uoi- for the storm that wa sure to come ' Bible my mind was carried back to we could see the rldnds as they seent- llvTfn St loi tt rn'8 STil c'1 to hcavo together anVl then olod. PlaS'and" wL'ta'Sowi St. KK J!10" W0 begf l? hc the W r" was then n very small village genor- linB "f Oio thunder and tliero tfptaas ally called "Bloody Island" nnd I Up a Hlllb vincl that Increased rapidly compared time today to what It was nnd. tlio wavetTbegan to rise high...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 June 1916

I i -galHlf Semi-Weekly Reporter ff AllLENE PBINTIN8 COMPANY itre4.as Second CIm MaH i AbUeaft TexM iUBSCHIPTION RATES: 0 Year (In advance) .......... $1.00 Si M6nths (In ndvance). -..... .50 r TELEPHONKSt Bflttacss and Circulation ... 6? StKorfal Office 829 ftMtot 1097 or 34S gifeecrlbers railing to receive their pa- per Regularly will confer a favor upon tm management by reporting the Mrtbd to the business office. 'Phone N. 7. Afcy erroneous reflection dpon the character standing or reputation of afefr person firm or corporation which nifty occur In the columns of THE RE- PORTER will be gladly corrected upon It being brought to the attention of tlMflra THE DEATH OF A PARTY. FRIDAY JUNK 1 101C. 0900 1 W" pt bW Wr Mr. Hughes declares that the offer o! ta.0 aormans to help him bccorn President Is patriotic. Sure' It Is from the angle fron) which Mr. Hughes looks. The big boys at St. Louis thought well of Mr. Bryan's suggestion that there bo an effort to win tho Progres- sives to tho ...

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 — 16 June 1916

T1M- 9A4M FIVB. TH ABttJtF U M vm i COMMITTL E NOW IN SESSION AT ST. LOUIS LYNN SELECTED A& TEMPO. i RARY CHAIRMAN tiOM- MITTEE APPOINTED TO SETTLED LOVE-POINDEX TER CONTROVERSY lly The Associated Prcm. ST. LOUIS .lunc 12 The l)cmo crntlc XnllonHl Committee toilar sc lected former t.'ot. )nn its temporary chairman to drlhor tno keynote speech at the Democratic rational I'ontcH. Hon. Retiring Chairman McComus was loudly cheered. ' In the contest hrtneen Thomas Lore nml William L'oindcxtcr of Texas for the Nnllonnl Committee Mct'ombs ap- pointed Tlinnias Tflggart Xormnti E. .nnck anil Miuiani snpp of Kansas as a HiiD-conimiKco to liear both slues nnd report to the new National Committee Inuneiltatelr tho contention is over. Willlnm .1. Hrynn li expected to up. near tit the open hearings of the rcso Inlions committeo and urge fits plans on penre and prohibition. Otherwise Ills friends nny nltuoimli ito will sup port tho president ho Is not expected to tnko part In tho contention. M...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 June 1916

PA OK gat TfcF. AIlCtt ttEFcmTERr A&tMENE TltXAf MMarttaWH U: 1 . I r 11 I June Sale of Women's Fine Pumps and Oxfords Begins Tomorrow Morning T7H 'fly's sale is"ori short lines only a few pairs of one style here a Tew more pairs of another style there .six or eight pairs of a style here hut every pair of shoes in this sale is at prices not often given. It is because we buy only the latest novelties and styles and do not wish to reorder these particular lines tlui! we are putlirig on this sale. Just the opportunity to select a shoe for morning wear stVcet wear everting wear or homoAvGar at a price that you do not' often have a chance at. But we say frankly come carlv the selection is always greatest then. Values up. to '$6.50 for only - - - - - Values up to S4.50 for only .----- Values up to $4.00 for only Values up to S3. 50 for only ------ EXTRA SPECIAL ! About 120 pairs Misses and Chil dren's Pumps and oxfords broken kid tans L WMwKk w2&G'sm aaBBBBrBBaf tfrittWj ()ls (((l...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 June 1916

'"Xl 'TXAT Aq OvjJJr repots Scoop Thought Everything In 5t. IjftffiTWi IpnntnrsmHiiysiiisnigUtsniguigwgtitt in m REPOMER SWAN J WH.0r1'- rirtMHcJ Small clCDosilors una satety. a cor- si w.stwf? .' diarvelcomc and-willing efficient g rCTHCflU WfcMEIt) w n ttort service al this bank. T GUHD HUtrEwu LaFge clripositorg find the same and "MUMrtf amp cimt (HDwe. C VAKSGLADTO Ktnea SlfnWtlielfahk lui Unexcelled facil- TMBAJ 5EErH&C0tWENTiaH HELDsN ST LOUIS AVtrV MORE. USED TO MISSISSIPPI VOATER. ' -XWHi fT :-' T"" rr-T- . si"H) f 1 Vs V T ti fci w'1! y TF 51 of i ' VW T ff .. JIH ..-.. 7 c- -i v-r-v heySfesp -L48r'E W' ir-cLlfi 'WWMML &T M . ities for handling their accounts. 111 fj THE i Citizeqs If M(iWWA 1 0p:lmh 'V' ...4 "?. 4 " 'i -i- ' in hi i ii 1 . - - !' - ''- Ty-i ; 1 HA.IL Insurance ON COTTON and PEED Crops v in Best Old Line Company Louis C: WiseCSLSon inn ES TO GET WIDE SUPPORT KANSAS PKOGHKSSIVE LEADEN PREDICTS ROOSEVELT WILL 01VE SUPPOItT. JO URGE ACCEPTANCE E. R. CA...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 June 1916

PAOI 1IORT THB ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAI. : t f The Strange Case of Mary Page . ...J..a-1...:.j..:.....:.4..j0o O ? I & 0 0 "jIAIIY PACK nn actress la Accused of the murder of James Pollock and is defended X by her lover Philip Lnngdon. y Pollock has been pursuing Mary tot many months endeavoring to $i win her lore nnd her hand In mntriagc hut his attentions hare heeii very unwelcome to her. X Knowing her singe aspirations he bus. unknown to her. financed her starring tour under the man X agenicnt of Dnnlcts. 4 On the night of 'the murder. i Mary eaves the banquet liall in ? the Hotel Itcpuhlic and enters $ the Gray Jioom alone expecting to meet Lnngdon. She has been X lured there by Pollock who bus been drinking. 3. A few moments later n shot hi J heard and Lnngdon nnd others X upon entering the Gray Boom" t find James Polloolc sliot through X the heart and Mary Page lying T In n faint beside him with Pol- lock's. rctolvcr not six inches T from the ends of her lingers. DAN...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 June 1916

jje SUxUene Smi-faeMn HXty&xi&c vommi: XX XT. AHU.ENE TKXAS Tl'EWAY .tl'NK 2rt ISM MMHEIl 19 5get6eggijuim-jiiiJiiiiimaijujLjLjiiiB8 WAR WITH MEXICO DECLARED VERY RUSS OFFENSIVE STILL POWERFUL "SUNSHINE SPECIAL" IN WRECK; NEAyEFACTOS D FORWARD MOVEMENT 18 MUCH LESS RAPJD THAN IN FIRST OF CAMPAIGN - MANY ARE. INJURED SOME MAY - ' i i i . i T n ci r it y n n PUNITIVE EXPEDITION CROSSES IN PURSUIT OF MEXICAN BANDITS One Mexican is Killed Ultimatum is Issued Saying If Expedition is Not Withdrawnat Once Carranza Troops Will Attack Americans lly The Associated Press. SAX ANTONIO Texas June K.--1'iilled Slates' ami)- officers at head- liiarters tonight regnrdcd the Mexican situation us moxt serious. Assuming Hint the tie facto government Mould nutltorlze (len. Itlcant to carry out Ills threat to attack any American force that crosses the line Into Mexico some declared it Mas their belief that wnr ttui uniiToldalile. Such opportunity was presented to- day when more than SUM) men of ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 June 1916

55r PAOITWO THE ABIUttl IIPORTER ABILIJfl TXXAX. . - i ii limn h A- V Walnwrlght left for East Texas Saturday on business. RXWS BRIEFS t "THE BANKS Shipping Live Poultry. The Abilene Produce Company Frl- '...?"; "H""1 V Hve poK rindeTM.ryl.Tho HUB liur Iiuruuu. wr. BHU Aira. A. f. nfhoi. Wnlrtnolnw rn nlirn McLcmore. THAT SERVE n Mrs. Victor nillott of Dallas-Is ex- Jpcctcd in this afternoon to visit her 'parents Mr. and Mrs. John Uowyer. other local dealers are nleo having a big run of shipments. Marrlago licenses Issued. The county clerk has Issued tho fol Mrs. Francis Stlth Curtis will leave ow'ng marriage licenses: T. 8. Chris geles to spend a tophor and Miss Thelma'Tarplcy H. O. in Mr. John Curtis. Kelley and Miss Alary Ethol Carter w. a- wood anu miss tannic none Johnson Wc acknowledge our obliynlioii to "servo our con- stitueiits and nro trying our best to perform the real functions of bunkers in luhuhiistcriiig the nf- fairs of our two institutions so as to best servo the pe...

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 — 20 June 1916

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAi. PAGE THREE tir.FWTFD PKFSinFNT 4ommmmmmmm of rmtisTm iiri won. f&" mtmmmmmmmmmmmmim" wn'iiif mmt SHORT COURSE; MAY USE FAIR GROUNDS MID SUMMER MERCHANDISE COCKRELL CHAIRMAN A meeting o( farmers was held at Farm ArchI Mlnear'offlop Satunlav afternoon to iltscms tlie farmers' short ronrse In agriculture to he held in this county August 7 8 and fl. Judge Trod Cockrell was selorted ns rlialr man and together with Agent lllne.tr will name the different committee Kffortfl are being made to locate the short course at the Fair Grounds at Abllcnc. At the conference Saturday ti goal wbb act that If realized will mean ono of the biggest short course lti the state namely the committee will try to get as many as one thou sand persons to attend for the three Uayi. i ' CAMPAIGNING AN EMPIRE Sinco March 0 1010 a little over three months ago Judge Thomas Llntl- ay lllanton has made Ford tracks and speeches In fifty-six counties. of West Texas the biggest count...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 June 1916

TW ABtLEHX JUEFORTEK AIUJWB TSXAJ. Men's Palm leach Silts $5 95 Several desirable pat- terns in Men's Genuine Palm Beach Suits offered at this' extraordinary price. Come in while all sizes are shown. Men's Palm Beach suits ..$5.95 Black and white check and natural color Palm Beach suits in sizes 7 to 18 on sale . . . . $3.95 $2.30 values boys' crash suits on sale $1.25 Ladies Lingerie Dr etsjs 12 Price Palm Reack& WhUr Silts 1-2 Price We offer choice of our remaining stocks of la- dies sheer Summer Dres- ses Palm Beach and wool suits at 1-2 their regular value. . As every garment shown is a new style for the season and a splendid value at regular price this sale affords a splendid opportunity for bargains suits and dresses 1-2 Price - in. n . J..n.. ! n. HI! i i n-..i ii.i.iI i "'""1'""" ' "'" ' ' '' ' . """' "' " - ' As the season advances many lines are offered at close out prices that make bargains for those who trade at this store. Each week new merchandise is shown. in styl...

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 — 20 June 1916

FAfll TVfL ml)l!l5l!eilllllEnilll(ltelTI5l-iM: QPOHP" THE CUB OVjKJKJJl reporte It Gets Pretty Hot at Times In St. Louis By "HOP" Small depositors find safety a cor- dial welcome and willing efficient j la service at this bank. Large depositors find-the same and flj know the bank has unexcelled facil- jjj . n 1 . .11 . lt.. . ..-...MI -? ities lor nancuing inuir acuuuuus. THE AfclLBNE REPORTER ABILBWE TBXAS. .! 0PBETOa.LiErtWEim5sr.u11s meet li SSSj wJWS.'S'rL. 0. Vl?5"P. l.l-l II- I .1. I . I.. II II' .. I I II I I ..... I V " "' I- I 'I II "" HI I I ! ll.l I " 111 H 3 111 33 in THE "SUNSHINE SPECIAL" IN WRECK (Continued from pngo 1.) Wichita Valley and dottn to Cisco on the Texas Central. Tho west- bound train duo hero at 5:00 a. m.t will take tho roverse coming from Cisco by way of Stamford. TJio train that brought tho injured to Baird and Abilene went no farther than Abilene. The privato car of C. H. Chamberlain chief engineer of tho Texas & Pacific was hitched to tho relief...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 June 1916

c PAGE BIX TXB ABtMfitfE REPOfcTEft ABILENE tSXAJI. tatbk-HM ( fc Ji.ilw AND MARSHALL NOMINATED BY ACCLAMATION 111 SDAYN RHT MS?: h Af re - Summer Suits for Men TIipst .Intm tays ii$f?pst the wisdom of bpinjr prepared wilh i suit or two Tor hot wpntlmr Wear. This store .is u -i.tl is ready with full lolpetions of two-piece out- ing uts of Mohnirs Flmnipls Crushes genuine I'nlm Hnnc h.-s Aii-l othprs of the Mid-Summer family. They roni' fniiu the Itost makers of liot wenthpr garment for j.i.'h ('.infill shrinking Willful (fastening mid -.rood A rluiinuship Hipsp nro the things Hint lift Hieso iiuli shuuiht garment above tin ordinary ntid poiii- A complete lino at Hip uniformly low price inoi" pin' p of - $7.50 Thrpp piece Spring Suits all pun wool Stein-Hloeh mul Kirsehbaum tailored Values lo .tJO.(M) for $13 50 Values to $27.30 for 99 . Canwoem lllM.WiMllW m'ii-nhj' The Democratic Candidate For President. The Democratic Candidate for Vice-President. flMPIMH !) Mjnk - J&Xm&ES...

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 — 23 June 1916

" " SS """" '"""' ' ! 1MHW MIIIIMIIIIIILIIIIM-e.MHBMa-iwP i i MH . Kj. rflr TOM'ME XXXV. UMLUM-: TEXAS EKIJRVVi .It E 2. 18. YTMBEK s. FORTY U. S. SOLDIERS D IN BA1TLE WITH a mm. KILL i GEN. GOME EL PASO Texas June 21 8:15 p. m. A de tachment of American ranza forces at Carrizal ninety miles south of i A raso today both sides rdingr to reports to thorities at Juarez. Tonight the American losses were said to be forty killed. The Mexican losses are not givfch but it is understood that General Gomez was among those killed. The Americans were killed by machine gun fire in a surpriseattack. The American command is said to have been a part of a scouting patrol from Guzman return- ing to Gen. Pershing's line Of communication. Carrizal named as the place of the encounter is about nine miles southwest of Villa Ahumeda the Mexican field base in northern Chihuahua. Later Gen. Francisco Gonznles the Mexican commander at Juarez gave out a statement in which he said officially that the Mexican co...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 June 1916

If U I' rjllf PAO1TW0 B H H & ml m m m mt m I HANK I I Where Yiu Get The Best I I SERVICES I H r m I Service is what you are I I after. We offer it. I I So come along and open I I an account with us. I I First State Bank I H H I Guaranty Trust I I Company I WILSON CMS OUT TEXAS .MILITIA WILL x MILITIA OP EVERY BE RECRUITED UP TO STATE EOR SERVICE EULL WAR STRENGTH WASHINGTON. Juno IS. i-resl- dqnt Wilson has called out the mllltla of every state for service on tho Mox- lean border. The proportion of the mllltla which ctually will bo wilt to the border as been determined upon bjMho War ac .ua uvn ueu'rmineu upon pji-tno war rcp.rtn.ent. A ataloment is now bo- showing Just how many troops from each atato will be taken into the fed- i-0rT.nCMu nnounS:1B V'C VT' uon.s decision oday hecrotary Bu- vr fJiu uio iiumi woum no sent to rllnotQiUr.nVi0rcVT0 "'' "? f"lly ?5 'C ?. J' D dctorm nod them to iSiSlS:' laBU0 "In view of tho disturbed conditions on Uio Mexican border and In order to...

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 June 1916

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILINI TEXAS. PAGE THREE Of Special Interest to the Farmers Boll Weevil Precautions; Campaign of Extermination T. O. Walton ifi chief of the farm brusli or stloi niinni.n.t i 1.1- .r demonstration work of the KttenH-.on vnt"" ' -uoh was as well agitate thet service 01 tno Agricultural an! Mo- !""""' ca"se tho punctured sntiaroa chnnlral College. n0 haft fmbmltlftl wh.?olf leWf fn lo Uc mm j report of hi. .nvost.gat.ons to w. SffiST a lw SJ'lMin up r VMT.VU9fi'' nml lh0 Ia- thUB wtfo?lnB th' -young wee"' in a loiter to the Iteeord. says the sit- This tnpid shallow cultivation should nation Is really alarnilnju In fact that Continue until cotton begins oone- the weevil has begun his dcprednfloin Snrli cultivation will serve a dmible so early and m tho farther fact that .Purpose. First it will conserve tic the season Logan with such a heavy moisture and keep tho cotton frultlm- infos atlon and In tho still farther rapidly through a lone period "1 .... i. ....... m...

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 June 1916

I ?AQI jroux THE ABO.BKE BSFOilXlK AHUPIB TMXMM. E & ' V hi t F n it 4 4 h L uf j- A ' 1 i4 h( h ! 4 I Fi 5 : a li- B-. t t 1 Semi-Weekly Importer BV ABILESE FSISTIKQ CO. 102S.3S . 2XD STREET Entered as Second Class Mall at Abilene Texas aUMCRIPTlOH RATES: One Year (In advance) $1.00 Six Months (in advance)...... .30 . . TELEPHONES: Business And Circulation . 07 Flltnrlal Offlro R29 EJIfol ;7"n7 nil. field is fully developed. The very beat Subscribers failing to receive their paJevidcnces that can bo had that oil Is nor rnl.ri .III -nnfor a favnr iinnn to bo foulld ill big paying quantities la .- ; - ...i. i same to the business office. 'Phone N- -7 ' . wwwwvwii wrfwwrfxv-'' 1 18 a producer. In the parlanco of tin Any erroneous reflection upon the street "What do tho people of Abllcni cbarncler. standing or reputation oflwnnt for 15 cents?" In our estimn any person firm or corporation which Hon the thing for Abilene to do Is to may occur in the columns of THE RE-'dovelop her NOW...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 June 1916

FAOBJTfX. rOfYP" THE CUB UKJVJVJr REPORTER We Have Bird Dogs Then Why Not? By HOP" glHSHIHIIIEIIISlilHIIIHIIiSIMIIWH S Small depositors find safety a cor dial -welcome nnd willing efficient service at this hank. Large depositors find the same and j know the hank has unexcelled facil- S ilicSrfor handling their accounts. fn TBI ABJL1M1 RBPORTBK ABILSNE TEXAS. " " . " " ' ' "lp -Vt .. ci.iir-r aik.-..' s i v -v . v hi n? Jii iiTinfrrrrn wwi ienejiun rarn2n&-- vwr - r "g?iFzi3Mr''flf vizirr u hi ry . ' ' mmimmmmammm I HAIL Insurance ON COTTON and FEED Crops in Best Old Line Company Lois C.WiseCEXSon CONCENTRATE IN THE INTERIOR NOW SAN ANTONIO Texas Juno 1H. Ut"Io 1011000 members of tlio mllltln .u liclng mobilized today. General h umlon anxiously studied the border . ' uny Indication of Iiudtilftles on tlio p..rt or ( arran.u. Officers command- ne tlio patrols nlorg tlio Tlio Grande ni Brownsville to HI Paso secur- i ' a lint information tltoy could con rang tlio liiovuinonU on tli...

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 June 1916

PAGEilX TBE ABILWNE RtPQRtEl ABlLIWl T1XAM. '!' l't r'- imm will ft im xi Iff! ) In PERSHINB GETS QUICK DASHES LAYS PLANS FOR QUICK MARCHES NORTH AND SOUTH AT? FIRST SIGN OF HOSTILITIES MAY SEIZE MEXICO NORTHWESTERN RAILROAD. IJt TIip Associated t'rcs. (OLI'MIHS - M. .lunc IIL Xol. ultlislnndlnff jlic lliroat of (Sen. .In- clnto Tmlno enmniandlnft tlic Car. riiiirn troops in nrlhern Mexico thnl nny nunc of Hie mericnn troops In Mexico In any direction except ionnnl the border will lie (rented ns n hostile net nnd n signal for the opening of wnr John .1. l'ersliliiir In command of the American expeditionary forces Is snld to he dally preparing plans for iilck dashes north nnd south nt the first sirii of hostilities. Army officers hate ghrn out the opinion that (Job. l'crsh- tna li nhle to take cure of himself nnd Hint he will march forwnrd wheneier there nre ritiy slens of hostilities on the part of the ( onstittitlonnlNt or de flic In government troops Misertors sny Umf. (Jen. l'ers...

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