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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 May 1915

S X ' U I t t- MAV GET FARMERS' SHORT.COURSE IRE PROPOSED TO HOLD A. & M. SHOUT UUUUSK IK FAHMIjm AT BIT PALO fXir IN AUGUST. i If the farmers of Taylor county want a short course In agriculture under the auspices of the Texas A. & M. College they will havo to take sonio Immediate action. Among the things thoy will hnvo to do ls to guarantee an attendance of fifty at all the meet- ings. it Is proposed to hold tho Institute at Buffalo dap some time in August. These farmers' short courses have pfOved Immensely popular wherever tried and It Is hoped' that the Taylor county farmers will take immediate nctloh on the matter. I. D. Duck at Abilene should bo notified by nil far- mers desiring tho short course. Tho following agreement between the A. &. M. College and nt least 25 citizens of Taylor county Is necessary to uc- cure the short conrso: Tho Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas ngrecs: (1) To provldo n three days course In agricultural and home economy subjects a...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 May 1915

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. inntiiai S . it ii I-. Two Warship in Hudson River Super for to Anything in the German Navy . .... ' FROM SHT SALE W. A. 3fINTr.lt KKTTHVS FROJI Has Rrl8;nt(l Vnsloralo of Svlvoslcr j.t. wuniEx or jieiikei. ins HECOIUi.HHKAKIMJ l-AI'ItK PATCH OF THE PLVXT. iik; sAiiii at st i.oris wiir.un 111) .MADE ITUOIIASKS. MrthodHt ui nrr Ii nnd Accepted Orient Station Work. tJkffltlX DRYGOODSMANBACK W.H.WRKHI IS ML BANKbR HAS tiUUU AHA! SYLVESTER LUCK WITH ALFALFA mmmmm i i i i i . i i i i I I i pun HI I I 11 ii ' s. !jc? &ytttf w nil .flBKflkSKYvBil'l K '5 IkllH i ' x Jk 4 . i. z x'tl.SMBBwi.BSBBiBBV. iwilk ' iiPli.BBBBm'''W. &xs Bferx 'BBBBBBBBlfBBBBBBBBBSkl BBrTBBWT?CPiigjBBW. .. 4fc fl if I 4 (pS- nf' 'I 1 r -- tBMFwuitTh'aa- r - & - ;: mmEm j jl wt fflBPBBWffBBBBBBiiBBIBIMiff'jtfB? 4BBBBBBBb3IBBBBBb393 BrBBflBBBrSt i '"BBBBBBVffilSBBBiwil tKBKBJSnfSSBDtStkKI Comninnlcr of the Fleet. ;!Kfc3hiff-BffiB5eK8BBBPBBSsR?. PRHbbHbbbb- - JbBBBBWBS:X 3...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 May 1915

I) SUttleni &mti-tPiehlg Utpad volume xxxin. ABILENE TEXA8 TUESDAY MAY 25 1915. NUMMJ I7 FRANCE-BELGIUM FIGHTING STOPS U. MERMAN CRISIS IS PAST ROOSEVELT WINS ITALY DECLARES GREAT BATTLE BREAK WITH IN LIBEL Tl CONTINUES IN EAST TRIA THIRTY-THREE HOYS AXirfllllLS (HVKX HIGHEST HONORS AT SCHOOL ArniTOltlUM. PXITEI) PltESS fOHHESPONnENT outs itr.i.iAlu.K im'oiima. TIOX TO THIS EFFECT. verdict KF.Ti'Hxr.n after. II011IS 1IK11.WK AM) 10 VOTES. 11 CLAIM MADE RUSSIANS CHECK GERMANS ON SAN RIVER BATTLE LINE. LONDON FOREIGN OFFICE MUST OFFICIAL REPORTS WEftL WITH ONLY SMALL CONFLICTS IN DICATING LULI CHANGE TACTICS OK TROUBLE SURE TO RESULT. DIPLOMAS GIVEN IN HIGH SCHOOL MwunnNAiii! BRI1ISI! 0 HUNGARY:FIGHT gw If f GOOD PROGRAM OBSERVED Closing Exercises of the Abilene High Hclinol Mnrk End of HmI Yrnr In History of the Locnl Schools. Tho graduating exercises of the Ab- tlcno Illph School held In the High School auditorium Friday evening attracted n crowd that Jnmmcd the building to Its ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 May 1915

YAOITWO TH ABILEHE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. T k t 4 1 w IX i H M fj" t Make Your Money Count . BASEBALL CALENBAK TEXAS LEAGUE. Begin now with $1.00 Deposit $i .00 each week for 49 weeks and we ""will give you $1.00 Kcsnlts SftlHrilay. Dallas 6. Beaumont 1. Galveston 4 Ft. Worth 1. Shroveport 6 Houston 0. San Antonio 4 Waco 3. Whtre They Way Siuntart Galveston at San Antonio. ShrovcDort at Waco. H- Dallas at Ft Worth. Houston at Beaumont. - Starting of th Teams. CLUB P W L Galveston ... 39 27 12 . HouBton 43 23 20 San Antonio . 41 22 19 Dallas If. 20 21 Waco 39 10 20 Ft. Worth .... 39 17 22 Beaumont .... 44 18 20 Shroveport ... 40 17 23 104.000 RUSSIANS TAKEN SINCE MAY1 Pet .092 .G3B J537 .4S8 .4S7 .430 .409 ; GERMAN GEN. MACKENEES ALSO 11 SKI7.KS 79 rATfXOV AM) 2S3 - .-. . ... ....- - ri yr.Mi ft MACHINE GUNS. USE CLUBS AND NOT RIFLES Russian PrNonrrs Which Were Cap tnred Thursday Near Jnrosdnu Found to lia Equipped With Iron Clubs. Personal Local Household jchurcb. Her many friends ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 May 1915

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILEKE TEXA8. FAaiTmun scoop jssssk. Whci Is A "Body-Gnard'7 By "HOP" 'MA v in JC7JCI CHECKS Versus CASH erJ L "XiSS)WOT I n-TAKALOTOP)1! 1-U WTr CHIEF wrotoLHJ!5?ANC"'7 t. J? SB zk cop Mfmh&oy iSz BowGHxRP-lwi WS$ NTO I - mmmy SSSn .XtvZ mV tfllesrV XI A Tim y&r -.W jT H ffsw M 'I tiJ M m taVi -"i r tHirallll llliinUfiHiniulUBBW UamII It! I5 VPW- CL0CC I Mi (tf:' Nf4 WiniiiMiiniiiiiiKiMiiyBt. jwi! w ""n '" """T"" ' "iMMMW"'WMWW""w"" - M" '" " ' I . ii-n. mmmtmm pare op oknians am) WIDOWS.! iiiTrm f I ri I linn TliniIAll rain nr M INItKVItWINU A UKUSH SUL AN Want Ads FOIl SALE Two high grado yearling JcrBCy bulls; prico $20 each. A. T Clnrk phono 1554 112. Itoutc 2. 5-4-21 NOTICE My Poland China boar Nat Walkover No. 230GG9 will stand this season nt my farm one and one fourth miles west of Pleasant Hill. V. E. Hod-808- n-4-24t WANTED Man in each county to Bell wlro fish traps on halves. Price $2.00. T. 0. Wood Abilene Texas. Box 590. I HAVE listed exclu...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 May 1915

i N ! M r fc4 THE AMLJBU5 KKhUVrtM AMLgfE TEXAS. UMnEEXLT IlTWLTR IT AJHLENE rXKIUra COMPAJil Yfirt can't make man 6f n Company loan money but you can keep him from charging too much interest That Is what Governor Ferguson 1199-96 M .If. a.J l.-.i ' ituum eism pui will uiu iiibu.- .v- """ j-v.wm wnci. lane mnnM Thn rinvBrnnr thinks Entered as Second-Class Mall at AM?!611 plr. centJ3 Rbot ''6ht and we leno Texas. October 14 1903. SUBSCRIPTION KATKS. fino 'tar Mn odvanrnV ...... l.nn ei. Mttt .... tftl The Dallas News calla attention to "' "U""'D ; . """' ""Uhe fact that alt of the eastern bank- Subscribers failing to receive telrfera Jn ftttendance upon the Bankers paper regularly will confer a favor. convention at Waco sound an optlmls- apon the management by reporting the uc note. The News says: "Tho Eas- Indorso his message asking for a law makinK tho local rate of interest that We Insurance companies may charge In Texas seven per cent. same to tho business office. Phono 67 tern H...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 May 1915

THE AfclLKHE KKPOHTKlt ABIL1T TXXAS. ?AMHtA HHE! Our White Sae Continues This Week With Many Added Special Vaues Hare oppprtunitics 16 economize on needed hot Weather merchandise arc presented this week. White merchandise of every discription is included in this White sale. Every item of dependable quality good style and exceptionally low in price. Our stocks are large and while the selling has been heavy the first week of this sale many lines advertised still offer splendid assortments from which to select. M Special Purchases Arriving Daily and Going Into Sale Many of the special purchases picked up in St. Louis at the great Ely Walker Special Sale are arriving and are placed on sale as soon as they arrive. Some of the greatest values we have ever bought were obtained while attending this sale. This merchandise will be passed on to our customers at correspondingly low " prices. Gome in every day and note the new arrivals. ' Something new and different to show you from day to day. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 May 1915

fMtfftlDC ' THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. 2&&K23ME&5S$HES5H5SSSffi TWMNS &s K&fiias ctfy er-JIMHMMMBMWBM7-fl'l'lTr "' ' " ''' .m ..i li..- t rr . "$5? f. rT i i -v 'I III Special Purchases From Surplus Stocks of Manufacturers and Whole salers who are Completing Their Season's Operations by the Clearance of all Surplus Stocks; the out- let of the merchandise at such a time is of more vital importance to them than actual value of the goods tHUS Ve have secured large quantities of new merchandise of standard quality and will pass this merchandise to oitr customers at prices that are far below the market. This event commencing tomorrow morning will therefore constitute a record among our May sales. It is broad in scope for many lines of Summer goods have been secured it is of great variety and because the general market conditions are unusual this year the price differ- ences are unprecidented. Along with other special values staple cotton goods such as Bleach ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 May 1915

Jjtye Atem Jtejwtm . I....... I .llMihm UUIK..I. ...ii. ' I Ti VOLUME XXXIII ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 28 lflitf. HtJMBWI 41 . I- n t l & Sifv 1 -ii 4m U. S. STEAMER IS TORPEDOED NKHHA.SKAN HIT 1IY TORPEDO HIT IS ABLK TO I'UOCl'KI) UN VOYAGE. NO LIVES REPORTED LOST ( "rrw Takes lo HonM nnd Stand ny Until It Wns Ascertained ThiU tlic Vessel Wns Not Scr. lonsly Damaged. Hy tlio Associated Press. LONDON Mny 2C Tho American Steamer Ncbraskati. from Llvcrnonl to Dulawnro breakwater was torpc: uoea yesterday forty miles off Fastnot srm mo irisn coast. Tho sea was calm at the time the vessol was torpedoed. The crew nt onco took to tho boats and stood by tho steamer until it was ascertained that sho wad not seriously damaged. Thoy then returned nboard and the steamer Rot under way again. Sho wns struck In the forwnrd and her roreliolds wero full of water. Tho Nobrnskan was returning from Mvoriiooi. iso passengers wero on board so far as It Is known. Ily tho Associated Press. WASHINGTON. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 May 1915

f I TH1 ABILEME REPORTER ABILEHE TBXAS f otter Than Money 3.. is the gift of making as sfcviag it. - HA&KBALL CALKJCAK TSXAS LKAWK. Results Tuesday. Fort Worth 3 DallAs 1. ShrevoDort 7 Waco 2. Houston 3. Beaumont 0. Galveston 6 San Antonio 1. If i V1VIQ DOTPTIW! OF SITUAINK M NICE Everyone can make a livfngk Some make a better one than otliers but if both spend all they earn are they not in the same class at the end of the year There is a way to lift one's self out of this class and that is by systematic steady saving. That is why wo organized the "ABILENE THRIFT CLUB It has a definite purpose the creation of a cash capital in the surest and easiest way. Membership is free and you are invited to join- Come to this bank to-day and have it oxplained. Where Tlicj- Tlnjr Wednesday Beaumont at Galveston. Houston At San Antonio. Shrcveport at Ft. Worth. Waco at Dallas WILDHU'S REC08I AS MEAT TENNIS UAYEX Standing of the Teams. CLUB P W L Galveston .... 43 30 13 Houston ..... 4G 25 21 ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 May 1915

fAOBTHEM SCOOPB ii l l j" Gosh We Oight To Find Scoop Row By "HOP" REPORTER -8. OH ECK8 Versus CASH THE ABILEME REPORTS ABILENE TEXAS. isv la t & i&i Personal Local Household PERSONALS. G. D. Boyles of Cross Plains wns nn Abilena visitor Monday. II. D. Wallace ot Rule was register- ed at tho Qraco Sunday. A. B. gltambers of Sweetwater wan a visitor In Abllcno Sunday. J. D. Dorrs was registered at tho Grace Sunday from Wichita Falls. J. M. Dritton ot Cisco waB in Abi- lene Sunday. A. L. Reynolds was in Abilene Wed' ncsday from Sweetwater. .Tnlin Rtnnn nf Swnntwnlor wnn roc Islercd at the Grace Wednesday. W. D Cowan of Pccob was a guest at the Grace Tuesday and Wednesday. Fred Jones was up from Tuscola Sunday and attended the McthodUt meeting. F. L. Stewart was in Ablleno Sun- day from Snyder and slopped at tho Grace. A. U. Cooncr was nmonc tho Stam ford men who spent Sunday in Abl- .leno. Leslie Weaver a former Abilene boy Was hero Tuesday visiting rel- atives nnd attending t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 May 1915

THE ABILEW B REPOHTKH ABItlltB TIXAB TO ft; I W It. ft M W n. tm-mm mm by Aimx.xr rwMina comuat 102-2 Nortfc Second JHreet- . II t n . . 'Entered as Second-Class Mall at Abi- lene Texas. October 14 1903. srmsf!WPTMN RATES. One Year (in advance). fl.00 ow navy that ought not occur '"'j1 be8t t0 B to '-OwenTllIe Six Months (in advance).. 50) Italy's cntranco into tho war hadj closer Indeedl Wo don't see how Subscribers railing to receive their.litOe or no effect upon tho cotton and you are figuring. With tho entrance paper regularly will confer a favor(wheat market However there is Dt Italy into he fighting Germany is pon the management Dy reporting uio uuuuub airuuge nuuui lu as mo going to get down to tho business of tamo to the business ofllce. Phono 67 .market has had about all the shocks slaughtering her enemies with more possible unless It should bo nnnounc-'deBperatenegs than ever lt Jg nnrdy TELEPHONES' led that the end of tho world is at to D0 supposed that Germany Jo going b...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 May 1915

t- vr. & t iV !. 8. NEEDS MORE SHIPS FOR E Government Should Undertake Move if Private Capital Cannot Establish Ships Soon The Pres Declares. By tho Associated Press. WASHINGTON May 24. President Wilson opening tho Pan-American Fi- nancial conference hero today advo- cated moro ships for the South American trade routes. Ho announced that If private capU tal cannot soon establish these ships the Government must undertake to do so. Ho Bald that tho Americas wore not trying to mako use of ono another hut trying to be useful to ono an- other. Ho said that "handstfme rl- nlry" was good for tho nations. Eighteen countries accepted thG In- vitation of tho United States to Bend representatives to tho conference Tho delegates appointed from each coino from chief Industrial commer- SOUTH AM RICATRADE .c.al -1! tn"!lca! . nlercsl8- Morojlng Is n partial list of .tho Studebnkor than 200 prominent hankers nnd bus incFR men of the United States have been Invited to participate Tho purposes of...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 May 1915

jctpg V v THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. E NUMBER OF BILLS ALLOWED wi'Minwan unwuiM w w E RUSS GKR SUNK WITH 1 .400 M to If 4f P 0 ft AN D The great secret of sue the3r present themsel squeeze success out days when prices not be overlookec the top round of atery but well. UOur prices areiso afford them anl thj fVc are featuring foine extraordinary vaffues in all wool blue' serges. These JuitsRverc purchased at a we can offer vaii a suit that is not onlv but one that carriestwith it the mar well. $1 IKR.-vf riT MADE $500 OFF A SILO IN 39 DAYS ritEEXAX SADLER OF CAPS FED IIUXCIIOF 8TEEUS39 DAYS AM) REALIZED 50U. If you bad filled a silo with 150 tons of fine maize and had about given up ail lioiio of making any profit out of it you would be a big booster of bII'js If you suddenly turned in and made a tilcar profit of $500 in thlrty-nlue days off two-thirds of your silage. That is what Freeman Sadler one of the good farmers of the Cups com- munity did. He filled bis 150-ton bllo l...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 June 1915

K i . . . SBWi Jr t T volume xxxni. ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY JUNE 1 1015. NUMBER" C GERMANY EVADES WILSON'S DISAVOWAL DEMANDS te 4 J t A U GERMANS N in ijn nam GEN. MACKEXSENS GREAT NET IS CLOSING ON FORTRESS SAY REPORTS. SHIS Ml HUG HUD Fnto of Onllclft Apparently Jtcallzcd ItiiHMlatt Dead Litter District - Between the Srh and Yosnln Hirers. By tho United Press. BERLIN May 2Q. General Mackcn- Bcn'H great net Is closing In on Przcmysl. The Austro-acrmans nro within a few mllCB of tho Przcmysl- Lcmbcrg railway. that an entire Wfimont of I uss inns huh oun " " " " r"S.lS1.7: ....i i rJT ":. niSinr nnilriaTn boforo Warsaw realizing Gallcias nHnMynd?rllV bXnenSan nml litter the district between San ami Vbanla rivers. Tho now Gorman offensive In Kov now la making headway. ZEPPELIN WHICH DAM- AGED SOUTH EXD HE- ported brought DOWX By tho Associated Press. LONDON May 29. Tho Zeppelin Which bombarded South End three days ago. Is reported to havo sunk Into tho North Sea after being dam- aged by...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 June 1915

Mai TWO V Cattle Loans Wc have ample facilities to han- die high class cattle loans. Prefer steers but can make choice loans q cows provided .they .are not ; . . . . ' ' - Jerseys. . . We can also take a few good fj ? ! iarm loans. i The First State Bank u M ' and Trust Co. y V s ABILENE TEXAS. HEMS OF INTEREST BV FBOH SYLVESTER TEXAS Tlitcf (Jets Sonic Leather. A bold thief entered the Carroll stnbles near the- Orient depot last Sunday night nnd tdok with him n pair of $20 harness belonging td Price Carroll. A collar belonging with the harness wan not taken though It wag removed and thrown upon tlfg ground. It Is nlso repartee! . Special to The Reporter. SYLVESTER. Vex.. Slav 27. The liubllo schools closed at this nlacalthat another man near town ItaB lont Monday. A tl.i .night entertainment G0 worth of harness within the past and common-ement oxerclso will two weeks. mark the termination or one of the (!) piles Hero Herri most successful school terrapin Syl-j Sylvester people had ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 June 1915

ACKTBMU snoop ub OVjKJKJr REPORTER If It Hadjken Aiytady Else But ScwpWELL GOODItlGHT! By "HOP" CHECKS Versus CASH THl ABILBNg REPORTZIt ABILENE TEXAS. 1 ! r Over nine-tenths of the business of tho United States is clone on paper less than one tenth in cash. This is because the former method is quicker safer and more convenient. A checking account vith. our bank ex- tends all of these advantages to your personal and business affairs. " . . . . " i Notes From Various Society Itmm from Mcrkd j Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Browning family havo moved to Bronte. Mlsd Bernlce Doan was from Nubia Tuesday Visitor Mlna ntlhv TUnnls nt Thnpntst In horo visiting her aunt Mrs. V I'nrtcn..!mU was quto soctl1 .vcnl Miss Ruby Payno visited her par nntd In Ariltnnn Mrs. J. 13. Nobles of Ft. Worth is Mrs- T. ' . Mr nhd Mrs. O: hero visiting her daughter Mrs. vM- 8hfir nnd Mr8 Jno- C. Hamn. D liutchcson. iThose present wero MIbscs Mabel Col- Mrs M. J. Prlco of Eskotn visited lnB- F"nnl ni1. Maml Moorc' nio her...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 June 1915

it f 1 wi 7 li 11 I B1 f I J. it q 8 I ?AOB FOUB Sffl-KEEILf mm It AXILEXE FJU5TUTQ C03LFAJiT .. .. . . " i 1022-28 North second street. Entered as Second-Class Mill at Abi-j lene Texas October 14 1903 " KXWSPAFXJI TALK. . Br Hubert Cooper. Texas mi Meyt A la'dy Hying ""In California wrote her friends .In another state that rift never expected to get any nearer Heaven on earth than California. Abilene Reporter. I It Is probable that a (treat many people in other sections also hate T TOBmnw puma am ft" PIFfEfl TALK ' By George Matthew Adam SUBtyHtirilOJf KATES. One Year (in advance)... .. ..$ 1.00 Subscribers faillftE to receive .their fe0??. L?!2r coming lo TcxaB paper regularly will confer n favor upon the management by reporting We same to the business ofllce. Phone 67 O20ria Stockmati Texas IS rather heavenly nt nroa ont construing the word in u brorid sense. Of course wo suppose that lady writes poetry; hertce ho. out burst we do not versify however. grain 67. But this state wit...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 June 1915

jrf the Asmns mgpQKTgm abk.emb tbxai. . m GREAT UNDER-PRICE SALE! i3 Beginning Tuesday June 1st tf ESS? HHBh&Ijp T SSai iufrft'Wt v& "WJrNi'? rt 1 N T i WT ' iFHli ! Iff' i1 I'll n 1 ii I IF Mil HI HtHTp Ml sfemml POS 1111 I ra.MS??! 'fl I5r uXnriAn MC KtHiTTniCK DPrCO0V2Kl tr .. ... i "-H . i i i r -- n - - i i n ' ii i r ' ----- - - '- - - .. - -- . -r . . -t m - - u & w- I 1 1 ft I 4 3' hi i w !ifiMliiPssi u WBmgs&JrZX t - - -"jyiTR: ir'Ch.iJ.-?rjsc-r:?ri" vt r . uttri K"sr " 5 ;iLMtyt'Tj.-ifiiTr.wJ"rL. a ; .. o- . .atifaas&srirriiES i ssp jMmmmtmBggsgB&i-f .. r rr .. . ass5isprtfcsTBc 5 T bSsc '! MJSKMiWaflfMi S tuinrana seieciea many 01 tne cjwtw mSSllSPKISSKfow fclte instances at less than fajjiniff cost miimlISM?4 marking thesejsariS !&eHrrrtrxZXETmi KfeS: fefeJWEiii-8iaH!fr t "TOfit I tBS rCXi4i PT?TP.T1 yR irrhWTi ini1 a-farirrgmxiiigL u k-u-b-&h hiVfePisrHKHujau!aiiM3rr UiimJL : " zi in J ri ieji .ri-nov-.-L--t-iMt-if n ir-nir: m . 11 I ji.i...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 June 1915

TRE ABIMIOS REPORTER ABILEJfB TEXAS. mXB&SSSESStBtXBttZmSSm &. WANT UHNRKE AS CHIEF JUSTICE J R HANDY PLANS 1 x n V. P. E. SAN FRANCISCO P. C. E. SAN DIEGO SEE THE Two Wondcrfnl Expositions i i ii! BURIED SATURDAY ON SOUTH END ENG. u f k THIS SUMMER ABILENE BAR INDORSES ABILENE IF TRADE- JUSTIFIES IT HR WILL RODY OF ABILENE FRATERNAL TOWN FORTY MILES FR05K-J.ON MILES FR05K-J. JTASFTW SUCCEED CHIEF JUS- TICK T. J. BH0WX. INSTALL 1JOT1I A PASll'R- IZER AND UL.UUFIEH. ORGANIZER SHIPPED HERE FROM SAN ANGELO. DON ATTACKED 111 .KITKIjIN LAST NIGHT. ON ONE TIC! (No Addition . paoiixx ' MJLMiAJMMMiiteeei AS PEARSON 01 DROPPED A 'TO EHrDW jr ms tfCost.) M)ST f ft i 4 F I' 1 Oxfords on Sale This Week Low Shoes for Men Women and Children at Big Savings. Broken lots from stock offered at very low prices lo close. Many dif- ferent styles and leathers are includ- edgood serviceable shoes on which the savings' are large. WOMEN'S LOW SHOES FOR $1.95. Including PimipsJZrtT3Tkds Button and La...

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