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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 15 June 1915

ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY JUNE 15 1015. NUMBER US MOR VOLUME XXXIII. N WAY. REPORT W M mil in mm tHIM 11! to M Cs.rmMr Firnrniifioa Wil- y fingncss to Invite Union or All Mexc- ans and Latter Aeks Recognition of .U. S. and Unity Under His Government. By tlic Associated Press. in. PASO Toxuh .Jifnu 12 General Piuulio Vllfu revolutionist lender in n nolo to President Wilson expresses n willingness to Invito a tiew union ot nil Muxleuns .to secure n triumph of uolutlonnry principles especially the nirrurlan problem nnd an extension or instruction among the poor. Villa rcferH to President WusonC high spirit of Justice" says that he Is pleased to know lliat Wilson "rocog-iiift-H that the United States hns no right to IntprfiTe with the domestic af rnlrs of Mexico." Villa tudn sent another note to General Carruhzu asking a conference nf the leaders to end the strife In Mex- ico lie says that uuluss hostilities are ended there Is a dancer Of the United States Intervening. Carranza Issues Procl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 15 June 1915

?AMTWO THE ABILENB R1PORTER ABILENE TEXAS. STRONG TRAFFIC WILL REBUILD BRICK FACTORY WILSON'S NOTE FRIENDLY BUT FIRM LAW IS PASSED IN DECLARATION OF PI D ES CITY COMMISSION PASSES STRIXH ABILENE PHESSEI) 11RICK CO. AN- NOUNCES REHABILITATION OF BURNER PLANT. EST ItEHULATlON MEASURE FOR MOTOR VEHICLES. ft ? pi Cattle Loans Wc have ample facilities to han- dle high class cattle loans v Prefer steers but can make choice loans on cows provided they are not . Jerseys. We can also take a few good farm loans. The First and Trust ABILENE 3rorns HTJ tfrST vy iT3lfci'-W HkT-iVn KitWk MW Union Paihljbfes Dentists V liiekrthl Bltljf U. S.-PRLISSIA TREATY NOT IN EFFECT; BRYAN SEES NEW NOTE Germany Admits Liable to Damage for Sink- ing U. S. Vessel but Says Prize Court Set- tlement Necessary Bryan to Issue Note Friday. WASHINGTON. June 10. Germany replies today to tlio note scat by the United States protesting the sinking of the American vessel William I. Frye. I Germany in the reply admitted tha...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 15 June 1915

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. PACK f KVXH SCOOP THE CUB REPORTER Explosive Inventors Should Be On The Firing Line By "HOP" x " I i .... i i '.." ' J . " " jglfe ifflHS ""-.K T WWES A HUNDRED MILES ND i . VT6 A WJBffT SH6LL.- 4?&- 9rf - -lix-A AiiMMftcDTflViM tr-L. in f -O v VwHfn rvtfiLLpynfiE i S L JfL ifev vvitLEXPUt-Tiwrsn(WtK k&f&zLm. Pul does-well "n i rvA jrwTi i m rcz - 1 i mf v aaaaaaaB - - in i .-. ei ---ar i rfrAW M ilMlffl6feafSBt.r-r : K a? W W &&. s V? k-wsi f WX4 5 IKii LSftp'.w IBi -Vsa faw ? 's SCOOP -I HWE A LETTER HERE FROM AN IHVEN-rafb WHO WISHES A REpdWcTi TO INTERVIEW HlMoM A i ncw Miami fcXPLOMVE. SWELL HH SAY& HAS t M vALlRFr.Crt UMf GPTTf4 .Kt STUP WUI I'"" OU i? ty. c Personal Local Household atatailfili"l$af!atai'!"iflila!f l'KHSOXALS. Hob Itusflell nnd family or San An- polo wore horo Krldny. J. C. Mrmon -wan amohR the MerkH rltlzenB who Visited Abilene Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Morris Slictk of Merkol ero Bhoppora In the city Sn...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 15 June 1915

M It L TAttl FOPB THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. SEII-WEEEKLYPOiiTERi! bo estimated. Wo aro for Iho best Hi for our tew and the best for our I masses. av imttivil nUlvrntt-ti nnwnlvw' x adii;i.ii JL.-AI1JLltlU tUJUAtllii 1022-28 North Second Street Entered aa Second-ClaaB Mail at Abi lene Texas October 14 1903. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year (In advance) $1.00 Six Months (in advance) ....... . .60 Subscribers falling to receive their paper regularly will confer a favof opon the management by reporting the same to the business office. Phone 67 VVOrtK OF 1. B. DUCK. The Reporter has observed the wt.rk accomplished by Mr I. B. buck during the past year with much' Interest. As Government Agricultural Agent for Tnylor county Air. Duck has been n tireless worker and to his efforts wo attribute much of the success the far mers of this section have attained In developing the poultry dairy and hog industry which has become a large part of the farm life of Central West Tex as. Mr Duck Is n...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 15 June 1915

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TRXAI. PA(MtriYj Klraml fill iMsl I IH?W??ff7r?3i ;i' V ARC AD 1 N V;KITTJ1I c KJttjWi.gg j w-v iKMinriams xsj -ss .. -rrt' i:i;.itiiiii "r-..-riri-R- -s wk" 35 'v' Kmr?nwxi'i-t.T' x e . v r llws2errpEJJ?t i 1 fete? 5s& Wt - lf? lsK5SL I' S Wo I hr-rf v fifes ipa fig Ks && Vr t rf fefefc fe'-t tcit ? pf: 3g - oraa PfrfKFE DE5MEK AJrvT Mmais short k 22SsrrrT7r fcfefe featsF-jj&is' i-aiKSsBa fi- s:S ttptMra sHi ESIIMSifiMM: !HM! ...;.. r--mn! PrnHTTT? " Igryr-rPyrvtr.nHf If iftgRgnK) .-iKL-- i lii-iUiAiTi". -.hv .....;. .E'i'i.'- wtMi ivt tJf.n vi'ii it ii'i-htiii iiiM u ' Ki '1-JEiJiinMiMi--'.-i!;.-ir.if-5- -vrr.iinnku.UM IWVli fVl.tW 4 TVY a"' wrfAt i-i fcl. Jtfff ' t I hfmirTiriiin.il i - . i. III I IITf i r i i i -Htfiontt.-i .w.tlVI j . i J. THE THIRD AND LAST WEEK OF OUR GREAT UNDER-PRICE SALE! HIS WEEK will close one of Ihe greatest distributions of undcr-price mereban- c have ever inaugurated. Thousands of dollars worth of seasonabl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 15 June 1915

I It M i$ i PAGE SIX Special Purchase Sale Offerings Wash Goods and White Fabrics Vow Ginghams Pcrenlps Madras "White Voiles Crossbar's and hncc Stripes etc. offered this week at sale prices that mean the greatest savings. These goods are all new Summer patterns and weaves just received. We bought them at a ver- low-price and will pass I Item to customers this week at real bargain prices. Eookfold Dress Ginghams Now handsome patterns well as- Rl-n tortcd regularly worth UDc; sale price U4U Toilo du Nord Ginghams A handsome gingham of superior quality alt new patterns very desirable for ladies and children's fl dresses; a 15c duality for -1 Bookfold Madras Light colored shirts ahd cmldrens wear; sale price w Eookfold Pcrcales-r-A good' quality percale in light colors Ql-n for childrens dresses boys waists etc. sale price w 1Mb White Goods Specials Seeded Voiles Lace and Lace stripe fln effects very now good values at 15c ; sale price only Jb New Flaxons Bookfold Crossbar and Lace Str...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 June 1915

I)e Stfettette Sjmw-ttfeeklg ftejwrctec VOLUME XXXIII ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 18 1915. NUMBER 47 EATEST-PEACE D T EVER KNOWN COM UNITED STATES ei i m CIO STREET FINALLY SETTLED; CARS RESUME All Points to be Settled by Arbitration Board Consisting of Mayor and Representatives of Companies and Men. Hy thn Associated Press. CHICAGO. .Tune 10. Peace in the street car strike was restored nt five o'clock this momltiR after n flftcon- linur ronferenco between representa- tives of the men and the company. Cars were being put Into opcrat'on ng fast as the men could bo notified nnd order IiIih been restored In nil parts of the city. . All pqlnts aro to bo settled by nn S arbitration board consisting of a rcp- resentntlvo of the companies nnd n retiresenjattve- of the men and Mayor Thompson Today's nctlon brings to a conclu- sion one of the grentost labor Btrlkcs over known here. Chlcngonns hnve been forced to 'either walk pr hire tnls or other conveyances In order to get from one part of th...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 June 1915

! ' ij pi m TAQETWQ 1''..' THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS Cattle Loans We have ample facilities to han- dle high class cattle loans Prefer steers but can make choice loans on cows provided they are riot Jerseys We can also take a few go farm loans. The First State Bank and Trust Co. ABILENE TEXAS. 4.4.4 MASfiBAI.Ii CALENDAR TEXAS LKAflt'K. ItcsuUs Tncsdny. Dallas 1 San Antonio 3. Wnco 3 Houston 0. Galveston 2-l Shrevoport 0-1 Bentifflont-Ft Worth bad grounds Where They l'lny Wednesday Galveston at Shreveport. Houston at Waco. Beaumont nt Fort Worth. 8ah Antonfo at Dallas. Standing of the Teams. CLUB Pi Galveston .... GT Waco -.. 65 Dallas 07 Houston 0 Ft. Worth .... C2 Beaumont .... 6( Santono f5 Shreveport . . CS AMLHIfAX LfiAGl'B St W 43 as nt at so 24 h 24 27 32 33 31 3G 37 44 Pet JAPANESE WOMEN AS CAMPAIGNERS FEXAI.K (DNTIXGEXT OF Mt'l'CLN TOOK A(TIE PIHT iy T1IK HE- IE!T ELECTIONS T1IEHE. 1 -i' "" ' iijjMMMj2!!MMiiiip"MMMM"M"' gS!" ' - ' " Ti BETTER JUDGES THAN MEN 642 Japa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 June 1915

PAGE THREE SCOOP THE CUB REPORTER There Are June Brides and June Brides By "HOP" Tfl'TflOWrHT v !3UNE.!STtf MONTH j TOR BRIDES AN X SHOULD BE SRAB8IN6- jME ONE. NwHlLEr lAMNOUtt- THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. ; 'Ji4MU..lll"l 'j Tf - - - Jmm . &&& jmimt L - - - vjmf n was "mi one. ivunt certain- putmedowmaswt V iMIrf tfBPH'fiSHflBi r Viy. mV - SWFlaM f'M'.VS. - f t...i .. I VhJA ccmieolifcidLn- NMIrt:f ; CieWlrJfrJA rtATVURC - s iii-TT-fciy vmrttrWHi iiciaii' "m.Tatsaav- ....: is -rti'rrtcit y . i s r.. jv " I H ." " E&TSF V 'A AvrifcMaH FY MjWiiinLriT-I 1T r J c-r. n vfesT.BS ' - vl falsSaESjlH - wSWmftr MtrnkMae K V?" XJ1 lryr - ) Ttr twn.-f ho - BVCTn-up "t"- rP It Personal Local Household l'EltSONALS. 4 llov. Father F. J. SchlessI wrnt tot7OJnB Woman's College at Fort Worth Clyde Wednesday on business. IJr lhd Imfl tc- 'p Bispr- M"" ' ... . .. . Frances who nttendeil the eonunenre- .. W 1 " ?V0 !! .M " Wn n mont exorcises nt T. W. C-. Will spend Ahilcno visi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 June 1915

I I t M t h ' t ; J s PAOI roxii SEMI-WEEEKLY itEPOftTER BY ABILENE FXIST1NG COMPACT. 1022-23 North Second Street IT-; "Z 7 . . . ... Eiuiviuu n ovuuuu'hhbb aiaii ui vui-.j iuue iexuai uuiuucr xt. isuo. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year (In advance).......... $1.00 Six Months (In ndvance) .50 Subscribers failing to receive their babcr regularly will confer a favor npon the management by reporting the tame to the business office. Phono 67 TELEPHONES! Business and Circulation .... 67 Editorial Office .' 829lheir feed and cotton Society .1097 or 348 (Any erroneous reflection upon tho character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in tho columns of Tho tJnnnrtnr will Un trlniltv rnrrfftpi1 iition Its bring brought to tho attention of flirt fli-ml FRIDAY JUNE IS 1U15. A PLAIN WORD ON AN IMPORTANT SUBJECT. Tho Importer makes no apology for another year county farm ZSii'TSl toZtZ ;. Jp l Mr OVCrnment plrtCeU Mr. ted States Gov Duck hero one year ir upo tn nl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 June 1915

) THE ABILIK 1 MPORTliB ABILENE TMtAl. The Fyench Pasture Hetwccn Abllenft nnd Mcrkol. Some of this ayM?s pasluro land li opinglinlea" nnd prairie nl- nosl roadj for llf-jVinw; other purtlona-lifrtsmoBnuite timber scat- tering in places fiifd heavier In somlhrr portfon9. All of It has pood grnis. If jr Thin land rges from a in chocolate loam lo a black Colored soli with clay foundation andnreo from all blowlijc Band. Hlg whlUT fosts plajnyr numbered mark thjr corners of all sub divisions. J I jT. For map aill oXV&rmx Henrr SaUes Jr. -ttfs 'pwnflf ' Jiboms 1 nndiSnyhpfrilldIng ltornintton call onT address Sb. W. Gilley Special Roprescntntlvo Abilene Texas. iA? mm meet COMES TO CLOSE m'intosh revival meeting ws CLOSER SI MlAV NIGHT AFTER TiniKi: weeks' hin. BOARD IK con I 20000 GERMANS KILLED IN EAST RUSSIANS ASSERT GERMANS LOST THAT NI'MHEH IN FIOIITIM IN EASTERN THEATRE. 14000 WORKERS THROW OP J00S MOTOIHHSH ANH CONlF(TOHS QUIT 1.EUAIJSK.W.IHK IM Ki..ion WAS REFUSED THEM. FRENCH...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 June 1915

PAGE SIX THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXXS. AMERICAN MY IS DETERIORATING fwreuou v f (ttifjs W.itWV i t v gi s Ilk' W H 1 k JPC ML XL 1 Jt O JErir ihC 9 With Every Spring Weight Suit of KMHN TAILORED CLOTHES $ 15.00 TO S0.00 Sold within a limited time we are giving as a sale stimulant an EXTRA Pair of Trousers without charge. Just pay us the price of a single suit and when you open up the box there'll be two pairs of trousers in it. Note: This offer does not apply to suits of "Tropicrash" Silk Linen Mohair or Palm Beach. Ming us Bros. & Co. MEN'S QUALITY OUTFITTERS FOLLY TO ASSUME BE NO MORE WARS JACOII 31. DICKSON FOIUIKH SKC ItKTAKV SO DKCI.AKI'S AT SEW YOKK. ARMY AND NAVY INADEQUATE "There 3Iny he a Condition Worse Thuii Mar. Such a Condition is Abject Submission to Aggression.' Dy tho Associated Press. NEW YOKK. June H.-It woeld hot . . i...i... ii.. il.l- ... r ihu mmuuBi. iuii u iD . n-Buiuic n mu ui" w sumption that there w ll bono more wars r intrust Its destiny to any ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 June 1915

Stye Stbileni Smi-tUklg flejttraer VOLUME XXXIII. ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY JUNE 22 101D. NUMBER 48. DAD APERS ASSERT GERMANY CANNOT ACCEDE TO II. S. DE i G Ml MANDS n t U. S.-MEX1C0 TENSION TIGHTENS: CARRANZA REGIME TOTTERING U.S. TO BE RESISTED MAYIOlIEXA SAYS HE XSU.h USE AM. OK H IK TROOPS II' XECESSAKY. CARRANZA-OBREGON BREAK mraimi Remotes UN Headquarters to I'urlress I" Vera t'rilz Harbor anil Obregon Relujs March on JIcaIco CIlj. l tho Associated Press NOC1ALES .Mexico Juno 19-Gov- 'ernor Maytorenn authorized the state ment today that tho entire rones lie commands will ho used It neccfisary to resist the landing of tho. Amorlcnw murines on the west coast or Mexico to protect the foreign settleri In tuo Ywml Valley from tho Indians who nro now on tho warpath. Muytorenn said that the 1000 troopB ho had sent there yesterday wore to nrlmnrlh' protect settlors; hut that they had orders to resist an American lauding.' Cnrrnnzn-Obrcgon Urcnk. II t It Aiiiinnlnlnil t)ri)f3t) LANDING WAS...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 June 1915

?ACHTWO ABItENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. Your Vacation Funds You will soon be leaving for 5oiir vacation and will want your funds in scmie form of convenient exchange or l raveiers uiecks. Do not make the mistake of bur- dening yourself with a large sum of money likely to be lost or stolen but come to the bank and let us supply you at a nominal cost with such checks as will do away with the worrying question of convenient funds The First State Bank and I Trust Go. abile; E TEXAS. . The Frcnc Botwaen Abilene and Uerkel Prices will range froi por cent iucs nine cent Inter st th rat rate others charce wl For map aiykoTlier n. j4T Henry Sayles h Ojrncr Itooms 1 and 2 Sayles ' ! i' BASEBALL C.VLEXDAJt TEXAS LEAOUE. Results Saturday. Dallas C. Beaumont 2. : WacoiJ Gahoston 0. fr Ft. Worth 3 San Antonio 0 Sbroveport 5 Houston 4. til in- nlng) Where They Play Sunday. I- Galvoatou at Waco. Beaumont at Dallas San Antonio at Ft. Worth Houston at Shroveport. i Standing of tho Teams. CLUB p lalvc...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 June 1915

PAG THftlS SCOOP THE CUB REPORTER A Han Is As Old As He Feels By "HOP" "TH" MORE I Tfl(NJ IP ir tt W6RE CEf?T?lN AM If VTT IIF- 1. DONTraKncVieiiD A 3TJNE: BRID&THJS JtJNE rAl OIKHF AIU-RN ME. SO V '-r OUD-NO A vT f f film tiiii Jp&)r3 -' HA ME! THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. '''.'.' " " ' - - ' Ji L I ' II. Kmer&lvom 2?f vVw&rfiVBZ-') &F Vrtrr auttchuh?) I about THS uH& I &oY A M arrifd ivSrl -M: j- ' vvlvw . f-- y I f -- ir-kirr- jtjj.jL-.-A 7 S M-4oOT IV 7Yr V i A v. i ... . r DCiN. I l V.. AM'r ic a K. fk. 7iU".vHP iiVilidcfi. "a . A 1 --?at' " . ii i 111 riMM"IIHL'l " U 9 V J V b& te-fe. W -A. V V X - " P 1 ys i v - " ' i "sHiK'T-stf rjs iv.. r. -s rv z? i r x irsssv wiinrMv ret " jv i ) -- U y : riH fl)VJ7 m -4itnJ v r- - VV i JL t ' V--wJ JaB.J' JV1 UiJ--- .r?. - Ai '" ywwxw m 'IWiBD' - - l' nok. -A v f' jjWj i WSS? 4L " sfxsssm Qswih m --. vj& Jjk. a B'V. 7 L : gr M V6BV4AV&IX Jj Wlf .MtJTtjy ; Social Club Church Affairs And Items...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 June 1915

?AOK rou THE ABILENE RgyoATftltl ABILENE TEXAS. fLBl Hi rrr vi v oDmnoTrn ABILENE SUMMER NORMAL ANB dtWrflLLLMI Hrrmi Hi simmons summer school. n BY AHILEXE PRIXTIXQ COMPANY.' The. enrollment of 350 In tho Abllcno 1022-28 North Second Street. jSummor Normal and Simmons Summer Entered a Second-CIa88 Mall at Abl-fJ8.! ?." lene Texas October 14. 1903. teachers P.0"1""1 with tho school? have ft right to bo proud of but one SUBSCRIPTION RATES. that Abilene- should bo very proud of One Year (In advance)......... .$1.00 Very few summer schools In the stato Six Months (In advance) 50 can equal the .showing mado at Abb Subscribers failing to receive their lene and every man woman and child paper regularly will confer n favor in tho city should help In every way upon tho management by reporting the possible to create a good Impression Fame 10 tnc uusincss ouicc. mono o Bnn lhe minds 0 lhe teachers and TELEPHONES: students who hate come here for Business nnd Circulation 67UeJr summer work. G C...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 June 1915

b BILLS ALLOWED BY THJE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS PAQUT7 1 COMMISSIONERS Al the session of tho county com- missioners the iast week the follow- ing accounts woro allowed. J. V. Wolmtor 4 wolfs pclta $1.00. II. A. Stognll caro of pauper $9.35 M. Washington elenning floot's $C."S. J. T. Uodson board of prisoners. ?U0.75f Hogors Groves two days' scrubbing $3.00. iMax Williams thrco daya' work $4.60. R It. Wntkins board of pauper $1.00. J. W. Caton S wolf senlps $1.00. J. . Hilton money paid on Judge'? certificate $0.00. I)uld & Ayres TJ waste baskets. 1.76. s Over Hardware Co.. ttnlls. SO cnnln .1. M. Hadford tiro. Co. pencils I2.GR. Geo. W. iledlnnd. jury fee $5.00 MoDnvId Bros. libbon 80 cents. Ablloho Drug Co. pint turpelitlnr 35 cents. J. V. Norman courthouse furniture $18.00. Ablluiio lloporter stationery $lS.no. J. 1). Hilton recording deeds. $3.00. J. 1 Wells. $I.B0. (Jrior & Haydon groceries. $1.8.. llnlph I'alut & I'nper Co. paint etc'. So cents. Abilene Grts ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 June 1915

THE ABILENE REPORTER. ABILENE. TEXA& ffiMixsKSSJKSsysyoKM&iMss 3jyOSM&SOyO!MM?MS Afoi Orders Filled at Advertised Prices All mail orders for goods on sale will be filled at sale prices until such goods are sold out. Orders for any amount will be sent prepaid. This will give out-of-town patrons the same advantage as those who attend the sale. Two Special Sale Values in Men's Shirts One lot of laundried nr-glipoo shirts in neat strips aborted patterns; special .-. -- 29( Another lot includifiR laundried npjrliffpps and soft shirts with cither I'mudi or flat collars regular 1.00 valuer for - 55 f I I! PACK SIX With Additional Purchases Being Received Daily as Well as Other Lines From Stock Offered at Special Prices Oar Great Special Purchase Sale Continues This Week THIS SPLENDID SALE is selling n new record in June selling bolh in low prices and Hie quanlily of merchandise distributed. In llieir participation in Ibis Sale hundreds of people in Ibis coinnninilv are saving m...

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

f VOLUME xxxni. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 25 1915. 3UXREK 4. .. t 5 DEAD 1 EARTHQUAKE IN Great Irrigation Plant Is Undamaged- Res ident Warned of Its Approach by Roar and Flaming Houses Light Countryside. Bv tlio Associated Press. EL CENTKO Cnl .lime '2.1 An earthquake shock in tlir Imporlal Ynllo) Crfllfornhi. last night killed flip persons nnd ennsed $1000000 .lnti.n.tA fi ! -i1lnk o itllln nitaulni nt towns hut left undamaged the great towns nut leu uiiiinningcti inc grnn i-i.m.... ..1....1 .i.ii. f.tiMr..rtnn.t ii ....p........ ..... .....v.. ..... -"";" .ship was a former citizen of Abilene tnllej from n desert Into fertile farms. nnd wn8 won nnd favornbly known in The killed itll Ijred In Mexican it Ms part of tll0 Btat0. H0 spent a Mexican town Just ncrnns the border montll icro a snort tlmc nB0 hoping to Martial Inn Inn been proclaimed there receive some benefit from tho climate. Tho people were wnrncd of the Al tho time of his death lie wns 83 iinkori npprouch by Its roar '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 June 1915

? AM TWO THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. T $5.00 Deposited Monthly At 4 per ct- Will Amount in 5 years to $337.98 10 years to .$737.45 15 years to $1249.47 20 years to : $1858.15 It is only a small beginning but how about the finish? Let this bank be- come your depository and lend its assistance and encouragement. The First State Bank and Trust Co. . ABILENE TEXAS. Personal Local Household l'EHSONALS. John K Morrison of Graham wrts nn Abilcno buslnoss visitor Wednes- day. . Mr. Ed Nelson and Miss Mnry Nellon of Wyllo wore visitors In Abilene Tuesday nntl Wednesday. Llttto Miss Irmlo May Footo of As- permont Is hero visiting her aunt Mrs W. V. Petree on Cedar street. Mis Marie Berryhlll has returnel from Stamford and Haskell where she spent the past few weoks. community yet he re- gullty In "fight" cases and ono plea ot First and Beech streets. Rer J. A lived hero from childhood Is well guilty for speeding with the usual fine Challenher pastor of the First Christ- thought of rind...

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