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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 23 June 1916

i i MtfAi0tmm MlilliiitoMai lllll ill llll Ill llll 1 I I in! 1 ffci fm tll .- TROOPS TO BE KEPT IN MEXICO mm GIVEN UNTIL FULL Pi MWM THE AimJWM 13BHMMO AWBUJgn TWXM. TO BE .ISSUE Of WAR OR fMum1 Mentions Fact That Carranza is Hin- dering Americans in Their Efforts to Run Down Bandits-Mexican firess is Trying to Inflame the People. By The Associated Press. WASHINGTON June 20. Special Agent Sodgers at Mexico City notified the state department today that he was arranging for a special train to take all Americans hero to Vera Cruz. By The Acssociated Press. WASHINGTON June 20. The American note flatly rejecting f1ic Carranza demand for the withdrawal of the Americans and re- 'mking the Carranza Government for fcho discourteous tone and tern- :er of the last communication was handed to Eliseo Arredondo Mex ican ambassador-designate. The note concludes with the statement that if the de facto gov- ernment continues to ignore its obligations and carries out the threat to defend its territo...

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 — 23 June 1916

PAGE EIGHT THE ABILENE REPORTER ASILEffl tgXAI. m s fe i The Strange Case of IViary Page Um'ii' ' "JM4-4'4';'"M'SMt"C000 ! I 0 0 0 JARY PAOK. nn nctt'css Is accused of the rolirtlcr of .Inmes Pollock ntul Is defended by her Itner Philip Lnngdon. Pollock hns been pursuing Mnry for tunny months endeavoring to win her love nnd her hand in tnarrliicp but his attentions have been very unwelcome to her. Knowing her stage aspirations ho has. unknown to her financed her stairlug tour under the tuun- iigetneu.t of Daniel. On the night of tlie murder .Mary lemos the hannuet hall In the Hotel Itepnbllc nnd enters the Gray Hoom alone expecting to meet Lnngdon. She has been lured thcie by Pollock who hns been drinking. A few moments later n sljot Is heard and Lnngdon nnd others upon entering the Gray Koom Ami .Inmes Pollock shot through the heart nnd Mary Pago lying lit it faint beside him with Pol- lock's revolver not six Inches from the ends of her lingers At Mary's trial she ndmlts she had th...

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 — 27 June 1916

Stye SUilene SHtteekto ftepxrtler 11 J!IU I. m tf W YOUTH XXXY ABILENE TEX IS TI'ESDAV .lt"VK 27 1918. M HBEK 51. IP. BROOKS TALK AXMDATB FOR rMTE!) STATES SENATE A1HIIIESSEII EAIUJE CH(MV1 NtiTltllAY MHIIT DENIES OPPONENT'S WORDS llerlnml his HeMgitntlon ns Head of Hnjlor Had no String to I(. Dniilel E. Garrett Presented .Halms. Hr. Snmuel Palmer Hrooks presi- dent of Iluylor University and ono of tii v best 1novn educators nnd public ir.cu in to Koimi ueilvered nn oddreetf nt the courthouse Saturday night tn a crowd of men and women numbering nouui -joo or fiuu. Accompanied by Daniel K. (iarrett of Houatoii Dr. Ilroohs arrived from Winters by automobile shortly after seven o'ciock alter considerable do- lay cntiscd by a puncture. He Was met at the hotel by President .1. D. Handefer of Simmons Dr. 0. H. Coop--r tiiigono Wood and othcra or Ills' friends. Aftor a hurried meal at Ho- tol draco hn wont to the courthouse whoro ho delivered a speech in the district courtroom. President S...

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 — 27 June 1916

7 AM TWO THE ABH.IMX KlPOKTHt ABILIN1 T1XA. B A IM i Where. You Get The Best SERVICES Service is what you are after. We offer it. So come along and open an account with us. First State Sank Ssiararsty Trust tapany insBBsaBBBsauBmBBSBane IV Pnl "Pap Is gUUn Kinder discouraged." remarked Hiram Waybnck. "How so?" naked tho neighbor. "W-a-1 bo's pasted nigh onto 10.000 mcdiclno rcclpos Into a book durln t!t last 40 years nn ho ain't had sirh daj yet.". Livingston Lanco- If applied Immediately att will ab sorb Ink spots from clothing. Tho harbor of Hamburg has been equipped with floating dry docks ol two types which permit thorn to raise from tho water vessels longer than th I docks themselves. x. Excelsitr Uosider Kmk With Punch Blade WOFITH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERY FARMER STOCKMAN AND SPORTSMAN. tin. ucttie! we nf hvlti that anu t cut flll. tho leather punch blutie. &EF&gsfi sssesnsi-srnjtTrmi wmztWMmemsmimsg?' rM(iiaHH ff jj. sfeftflSBBgaaate R- IS . W ..i m. . T 'T. I ? &a...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 June 1916

THIS ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE T1XA. FAHE THREE CLE1ING OUT WELL CUSTER'S MASSACRE ABILENE IN GETS WILL ME 10 DAYS; WAITING FOR SWAGE TO BE RE-ENACTED Ponding ilio arrival of a swage to to used in opening un tlm cuved-in- rtx Inch easing work wa-. susppnueil ifiniiiruiiy nr uiu uu well snapr-u RoiiiPUimg HKf a 10th ANMVEKSAltV OF IIISTOliir kvi;t in ok oitsi:im:i at KILLINGS MONT. TRIBUTE 8 5 MAGAZINE ARTICLE The SunFot Magazine for July pub- i mtiP'i ni ?nn i nincif rarrirs ii ; suspondodl IHLUNaS. Mnnt. .Tuno24.-r.lsTOT3flnlnnll write nf M.lef John .1 nm swaw. a iMsacrc ; on tho battlefield of the Lit- nmton nf the Abilene police and fire expected Inst night or today. enactod tomorrow as the feature of XlHi a olctiirc of the chief Is run When SO ntutrt.q nf nlirnvltrarinn'iiiR tttu ......i.. ... . .. !..... 'X11.11 a P'ciure ol UIO V'CI " "" r i " "- v.. ........ v. .uiiitui umiiiciotfij in inu iiihiun- nn interettinir requnie or Ills life h.s- wft e!5I?:?d. " t0.M r'1 "I evp'. "ho...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 June 1916

FAtaitnm TIE ABILIHX MPORTIR ASIL1HE TMXAM. Clfimi.lV'rxtlrlv T?iWirffr "" " BY ABILENE MttSTISG CO. 1622.28 . 2NI) STREET Watered as (Second Class Mill at Abilene Texas auoscRiPTtorf rates: BY MAIL ONLY. Ono Tear (In ndvnnco)... $1.00 Six Months. (In advance)... .50 TELEPHONES: Bos'ness and Clrcutatton 1 67 Editorial Office 829 Society J0U7 or 88 Subscribers falling to rocelvo their pa- per regularly will confer a favor upon tho managemont by renorttug the same to the business office. 'Phono N'ti. 7. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may occur in the columns of THE RE- PORTER will be gladly corrected upon lis being brought to tho attention of he firm. d-WW"Ti r Tt'ESllAY JUNE 27 1010. BAKEIl M'SIIES MEN TO HOIWEIh At this time Saturday morning born U every indication that tho tTnlind States and Mexico will have war. Secretary Dakcr has ordered J that tho 100.000 men composing mo National Guards of America bo r...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 June 1916

FAQIOT m ensational Prices : Seasonable Merchandise AB&VK1 HlPOftTWd ABILEMK TEXAS. i Ladies' High Grade Slippers Special Prices Wo include in this sale our entire slock of ladies Iliyh Grade Slippers. Maxino Elliott make nt the following low prices: Our $100 Grade $3 48 Our &5.S0 Grade $3 15 Our $3.00 Grade $2 48 I B Sale Extraordinary Ladies' Slippers $3.50 VALUES $1.00. On. lot Ladies Slippers consisting of tans whito pnuviiR and buck nh assortment of styles. Sizes 2 1-2 to 11 "2; values ranging up to Jflt.GO to clean up this lot of odds and ends for quick clearance vu make the low price of !jl OO Ladies' Waists Express shipments have brought tt) us the newest stj v of ladies Waists in a prettyshado of colors 9 in Wash SiiKs f'repe Do Chine and Georgette. The IVit range is .fJ.50 $3.50 and ?4 OO Ladies' Wash Skirts Home Mry pretty numbers in the season's best ayles and Hoi Irs. Specially priced $1.50 $2.00 $:J.50 and ' ?4 OO FINAL PRICES ON" LADIES AND OEILDRENS HATS 1-3 ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 June 1916

E3 PAGJ5 SIX HT. ABILWNE REPORTER ABILEN1 T1XAS. MMKJI ?l i ' EXTRA SPECIAL MEN'S PALM BEACH SUITS $3.95 Four patterns to select from in Men's Genuine Palm Beach Buits on sale - ?3 J)i TiatQ&vw T?tkes 'Sot Vus AQesVCs SdVm Ttta Tvee R.4ucVow& "dVvoA AfiWV "WUke vai eA "SVus T?oxWv Stove ev SwtossWus " i i ' ' i i i i m i . i I I.. 1 1 i .As an extra special for this week's selling we offer for Monday Tuesday and Wednesday's selling Hour Sale Items. On account of the short time for selling we maker tho bargains extraordinary ones. Read about these items carefully as we will comply with the rules of no phone orders Quantity and time limit for selling For this week's selling wc offer many lines of merchandise at Bargain prices. These items represent standa rd New Merchandise and in view of the present high prices in the wholesale markets the bargains arc extraordinary. EXTRA SPECIAL BOYS' $2.B0BEAOH CLOTH SUITS $1.25 Boys Beach Cloth Suits in Stripe and Grey Norfolk Coat & ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 June 1916

this 4iifcisirts.1tjfcf dfniiit) Afrftiflftft Vihi Wi. ybOOUJ: REPORTER By "HOP Fishing Is A Snap For Scoop THIS BANK . Jg -! . "- ---'---- ft Is n cortmcrdlal bank for individuals firms and Corporations All accounts appreciated largo or smalL Large resourcesexperienced management. THE CitizeQS National Bank . CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200000.00. 4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts I AOflW . V PtrfcCftCi X J V w I fcURe. u flflj) OLD SvWPEA?fF7' Jfl w H E MllltC I1A3IA0K TO CHOI'S 1IY HAIL -ifi!EUOrS OTIIKlt 11 K.MS OF INTEREST. Special to Tho Reporter. ELM t) ALU Tox Juno 22. Tills ommnnlty wan visited by another hall nnd windstorm Inst Sunday night doing considerable damage to crops en n few farms north of Klmdalo. A fraction over .75 of an Inch of rain fell hero doing enough good to bal mice accounts with the dnmngu tlono by hall Uco.'cet K. A. Hodges nnd ;o scribe wont to 'Abilene Friday. H. M. 1'ndorwood and family and J. C. Underwood went to Abileuo on u shopping tour Friday. Misse...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 June 1916

cs -1 I 3 PAGE BIGHT i-JUJUHutijuamjaMi'iMi'in unwwi ii.iw n I Saturday Specials Greatly Underpriced LADIES TAILORED SUITS nt Half Price iiieluiliim nny suit in stock. These suits muse in prirp from $10.00 to $50.00 niiil yon will find n fairly pood spIpp-U on of styles- an(t qualities. HOUSE DRESSES 98c -A rood selection of tin so ilrpse.? so nippssory for Siitnmrr comfort. Hesulnr priors on these were much more. APRONS of pood qunlity percales and ginjjhntns 49 LADIES' HATS HALF PRICE AND LESS Our mlirc stock of Trimmed lints jo on snip nt Imlf price- in nny prrtty stylet to choose from. One spceinl lot of hats- odds nnd ends from stock for quick close-out only . ...-.. 93 June Sale Extra Specials Sphmlhl sninps on various items of needed Snmmer merchan- dise 12 inch center senm sheets each . - - 29 f'.'ond luflvy Turkish ToWcls ench -. - lie Drew (JitiQlthms of excellent qtmlity Ji l-2 Hcst qunlity Wenched l)onieslie ..-.- --.7 1-i-f llonkfoltl Vt-rcnhs in lrahl colors - . 7? t R...

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 — 30 June 1916

Js J je Stbtletue SimwXtekto ttqwctir VOLUME XXXV. Ami ri nis utinn' .11 r so. i;l6. MUBEB 62 !lBwwwBiiiMffwiBiuimiiweiiMiwiwi tmwm REPLY FROM HUZA ON RELEASE OF 0. i SOLDIERS EXPECTED AT ONCE CANDIDATES DO FIRST SPEAKING LUIOE NUMBER OF ('01 TY CAN- DIDATES Sl'OhETO Mt U.L crowd at hamh. I OTHER DATES ANNOUNCE!) Candidates Outnumbered Audience nt llnmljj Tuesday Night flut Siiiiip Very Interesting SpeakiiiK Was Dour. Tucnilay night nt the Hamby school hoitsi thirty-fhe office seekers pro- sented their claims nlid desires for their respective candidacies. In spite of the fact that tiie fanners in the Hamby community are busy thrash- ing until dnrk every evening a fair nizcd crowd gathered to hear the speaking. In the absence of V. II. Orahani. the official chairman for the speak- ing dales J. I). Hilton presided and kept time. It was necessary for Mr Gruhunl to go to Kastland to assist in n case in court. The candidates spoke in their turn beginning at the foot of the long list W. C...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 June 1916

ZAftlTWO THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE. TEXA1. i AVJ I If01 iwn l i ew net I dUex ( l'rooti btb F M K 1 ' " . k Von nns 1 "-J Your Account With our Two Institutions Will insure you every advantage and facility that you could expect to have with any two concerns anywhere. We are here to serve our customers and solicit your account. First State lank Guaranty Trust tapaiy WILSON MAY GO !H0W ARE LOCAL WASHINGTON Juno 27 Unless Gen. Carranza surrenders tlic twenty- tlirec American troopers now hold at Chihuahua City before tomorrow night President Wilson will probably go be fore Congress 'Thursday to ash author FIELDS LED FOR OIL; WORK IS SLOW The drillers are patiently working at the oil well trying to strnlghten out tlio kinks In the lowof two joints of six-inch caning which wore mushed in by tho shot sot off last week. Tlic process is slow and very llttlo head- . UMil " . 1 j.n M . Itv to rescue them liv forco PomBnir "" " """ "uu- thef release tho United States gov-j A ' nbc' four fee...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 June 1916

. niiii i i iii ij 1 )n niii n'.?i!. i.ti..ti.iii..-. AX THRU MUM I ill fill. . mmA. xfYifYD" THE CUB Scoop s Summer Preparedness Parade By"HOP': REPORTER .THE ABILENE REPORTER ABItNE TBXfAl. . . . . J$lhs PP ' THIS BANK --- - - -"' ' "Jt. Is a commercial Ifank for individuals firm3 arid Corpofatibhs. Ali accounts appreciated large or small. Large resources-cxperienced management. ' a THE Citizens National Bank CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200000.00. 4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts 1 H.AIL Insurance ON COTTON and PEED Crops in Best Old Line Company Louis C. WiseO-Son CANDIDATES DO FIRST SPEAKING (Continued from page one.) Bpeetlve of person and promise yon faithful service." For. sheriff J. T. Hudson "1 wish to express my appreciation for past .favors and support and I ask you for a unanimous vote this time."' Ho has no opponent. For county Judge H. Hob Keclile "This gathering tonight should he very inspiring as It seems to be very aspiring. I was Justice of the peace four years and hav...

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 June 1916

paoi fob THX ABILENE REPORTEK ABILENE TEXAJ8. U ii It I. ? y U r r Semi-Weekly Reporter BV ABILEXE PRIMING CO. 1622.28 Jf. 2ND STREET Catered as Second Clan Mall at Abilene Texas nn vILi. Mn J7ni.i ti a Six Mon&R ?ln adTAitePi 11?J? TCI CDUnMIOi Business and Circulation '... 67Jcountry means to the United States Bor fttr inTV"V aia I The Port Worth Itecord calls on tho "v "" or ""."Soutlfa Cotton Farmers to Organize iaiirHhr fitnW i ni ( 'nnl " the price of cotton." A visit tinr rnmilnrlr will mntnr a hmr nnnn I M rnn.i.rtv .iirnnr. . . .. 2.M.EmEL. SRSituat something be done. Women and vuhmw . - auw uaaMaiWa?k? a.AaVta) M UVU No. 87. i m Any erroneous reflection upon tho character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may occur In tho columns of THE RE- PORTER will bo gladly corrected upon Ha being brought to tho attention of the firm.' PIIIDAY Jr.M: 30 1'1. l"'aaaaaaTa"araaaSaaJ'aa 'a'aaa Tlif question of the hour: ''Where Js Villa?" Stay with It. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 June 1916

t 1 fl0 km ' i !.M S i'1 T IHP&SErHfER&iir JJ.ViM jiIJI V-7 Kfy?:.' THE ABILENE REPORTER ABg.lNg.PgA8 HOW TO COMBAT OOLl WEEVILS (WXTV .WIKNT MltttiAll (UVfcS SO.MK tNTKKKSTIMl AMI IM- I'OltTAXT MJTKS OS I'JJST. SitUp and Take Notice! not only or llu youthfully-staled faultlessly tailored KAHN-TAILORED-OXOTHES which wo sell but our lint of PALMETTO-BRAND-CLOTHES in stock ready to slip on find wear off H1CIIIT NOW. These suits aru all "FuatherAVeif.'iit mid Cool as the llreucs tluit Blow"- $7.50 $8.50 $10.00 and $12.50 Our simp is also complete with Shoes Hats (Japs Shirts Un- derwear Hosiery Xeekwear l.elttf and Suspendi rs every- thing that it. takes to make "His" wardrobe complete. Silk Shirts!. Silk Shirts! $2.00 to $10.00. TheM' hot Summer l)ns are railing you to et some of these shirts lhr are litflit filmy and eool. and so attrietie that liardlx a yoiiur man will wear anything else for "dress up" win it it conies to a shirt. Adiocnlrs Method of Kidding Counly of Cotton...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 June 1916

! I-! i wr i 4 N h h t i t jyft w ma j PAGE EIGHT .i. .. The Strange of Mary Page Ttt fr'H'M"H"H"t"HOoo & Jg5 jVfART PAGE nn actress Is accuseu ui inc muruer ul James Pollock and Is defended by her lover Philip Langdon. Pollock has been pursuing Mary for many mouths endeavoring to win her love and her hand In marriage but his attentions havo been very unwelcome to her. " Knowing her stage aspirations he has unknown to her Ihinticcd her starring tour under the man- X ngeinent of Daniels. $ On the night of the murder T Mary leaves the banquet hall in -? tho Hotel Itopublle and enters ) the Gray Itooin nlone expecting X to meet Langdon. She has been J lured there by Pollock who has j been drinking. X A few moments later n shot Is henrd nnd Langdon ntid others iiihmi entering the Gray Boom ? llnd James Pollock shot through X the heart and Mary Pago lying Y In n faint beside him with Pot- X lock's revolver hot sis inches j from the ends of her lingers. tr At Mary's trial she admits s...

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 — 4 July 1916

M HHER .'4. oi.nrEXXxv. BRITISH ARE IN BIG OFFENSIVE; 2000 GERMANS ARE CAPTURED T FAST TO Chihuahua Prison Where American Soldiers Were Held REPLY NOT RECEIVED MMI.PM TrVIS Tl LSDAV 4n.V 4 11 RO D NZ .. a it ie f mL French Are Co-operatwg-Germans Succeed in Stopping The Advance at Some Points Reports Say. Heavy Fighting Prevails. BRITISH HEADQUARTERS in France July 1. A tremen- dous British offensive was launched at 7:30 o'clock this morning over a front extending twenty mile3 north of the Somme. The as- sault whs preceded by a terrific bombardment which lasted for half an hour .. The fighting developed with intensity fast and the British casualties at the outset were comparatively light but within a ijhort time after the movement had begun the British troops occu. pied tho front line 'and captmed many prisoners. Simultaneously with tho launching of the British offensive tho French infantry advanced to tho attack. This movement of the French troons was inaugurated over a section of ...

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 — 4 July 1916

PAOITWO THB ABILENE HEPQKTgft ABH.EHE. TEXA1 Ii Your Account With our Two Institutions Will insure you every advantage and facility that you could expect to have with any two concerns anywhere. We are here to serve our customers and solicit your account. First State Bank Guaranty Trust Company FKRSOXAXS. t B. H. Boone went to Dalrd Saturday to transact business matters. S. E- Schrock of Dallas Is visiting his mother Mrs. M. 1. Schrock. Judge J. W. Powell of Ralllnger was In Abilene on court business Friday. Dr.-lono S. Plnuoy went to llalrd ThurBday on business. Attorney Rruco Oliver wont to Kasl- iana Thursday on court business. Mrs. A. H. Hoberts loft Saturday morning for Missouri to visit relatives and friends. 1 Mr. nnd Mrs. W. If. Schrock of Mid- land are visiting Mr. Schroqk'a moth- er. Mrs. At. J. Schrock Silas Emma Doll MoN'att left for Memphis Tenn. Saturday morning for an extended stay. ' E- U Cogdell underwont a success- ful operation for appendicitis Friday nnd was resti...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 July 1916

THE ABtLENE REPORTER ABttENE TEXAS. iip.iii ! uii. I' ii i iii i ii ii. i i it 111 1 i.hiiiiiiii in. I nlntii liul.nni t liinnnof PAGE THREE i ii ii uii.iu. ii mift mm rs i W A HORRIBLE ACCIDENT The following account of Hip tlenlh nml funeral of Miss t'lara floss U tnK- en from one of the newspapers pult- llsfird nt Itig Spring: One of the saddest occurrence1 In the nnnals of our rity was the accident last Saturday evening In which Miss Clafa l.ee Hoss lost her life by the ur- eldental discharge of a shotgun. "The areldent occurred three mllea south of town shortly after 7 p. m. while she In company with a few friends was en route for a picnic In hpjior of her guest Miss Lena Wilson of Abilene.' The others making up Hip party was Iss .Maud Harrlck anil .Messrs James T. Brooks R. L. Price and Graver Cunningham. "mere is a gate on me roati inree miles from town and tt was while the automobiles were stopped there that the accident occurred. Mr. Price had alighted from the car to open t...

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 — 4 July 1916

bAQirotrm TMM ABILXirX HlFOJtTSK A1IHK TXXAM Ttte T&tvjo States ctf TfttYcvMAst AJDWV "Be Shorn as AOeek awi SecaV T?tVcw "Wtata Yro r T&w SVock twtoY- Ti.tVjixT?aAUYs SOW CoYSfcU Wear Henderson Corsets C.nr inputs worn over Ilpinlermm Cor- sets are hotter fitting nml Hip new models in the front ami back lace aro perfect in style Henderson CorsHs are priced 1 to... S 00 ARE NOW ON SALE Use Pict6rial Review Patterns' They nro more stylish easier to cut by nml there is lio mlvnneo in price. The new August Patterns and Quarterly style book are now on sale. Quarterly stylo books niui any i i 3VblVeW& SVVe hsk Quav Store i i Monday we fllace on gale new shipments of Dress Goods Percaks White Goods and Hosiery also offer some wonderful bargains in lines that are broken or being discontinued. Many numbers In new Slippers Ladies Coat suits Men's and Boys' Suits Muslin Underwear Children's Dresses Ladies Waists Percales Gingham and Dress Goods will be offered at special value pri...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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