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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 June 1915

PAOI THRU srftfip THECUB alUUr REPORTER It's One Thing To Select The Girl and Another To Be Selected By "HOP" NOW WERES TfEE-ONEOF tm woulo ME. A 3WEUL 3UNE: HUM -I. BWlEEVEtLL PlCtCON THIS ONE- - ' vinp which two no disappqihtj r'D 00 MARCHER MOW F tf EVER MET KNEW WHERE SHE- UVED AMD VFSW& WAS 2TU-LSlN64JE-ANDtF r .SHE. 0 HAVE (ME. 1 :S tWL fU A MO 1 TEX ABILBfrg REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. I MHiiH lMa'Ma Bfc aMkav m.1 i n i iim n ii " " " m t 'm-" '' m l iME:. W'nmmrliMt m .-r ?f Fglgs'S'E.MT??! in k "o BRlDS iihupm. ak.' j.'-r "r - 1 .v a i ksm 1-.s" tn : r-if&xws&imwsaw 1 fii ri .n ji 1 2WT IMbfc. 1IM '&? iMlfg (g)i1r"Ntt.VwcPfCftr-ip fJl w Ir i f M ! I IMM W J1i - ' " ' 1 1 1 1.. i. . .... - -- - . - - ""m!r"""TM''f! THE LONG 1U REACHES AFAR slmiko ahiwstkd for thlft av IIHIHLK AM) SADHLKf MHO imvissthk ni.tu jiAittif THERE'S II SEQUEL TO THIS Better Head the Whole Story For H Cnn't lie Told In .Merc Headlines; Anotlirr Nrimi lias Been Caught Too. Una anybody lost ...

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

PA0IF0U1 SEII-WEEEKLY'llfrotTEIi Br abilkm: prltxO fcoiPAXi. 1022-28 North Second Btreot i - . i i ii i i Entered as Second-Class Mail at Abi lene Texas. October 14 1903. SUBSCRIPTION RATJSS. One Year (In advance)......... $1.00 Six Months (in advance).. ... 60 Subscribers falling to receive their paper regularly will confer a favor upon the management by reporting the eame to the business offlce. Phono 67 telephones: Business and Circulation . I 67 829 Editorial Office Society t.i.Mti .1097 or 348 (Any erroneous reflection upon the llAvo tiejr C6tton fields clean of weeds character standing or reputation of nnd arc ilcepng the ground loose so any person firm or corporation WlUchMhat th ro0sture cnnnot escape BMlwaK2L'S2L! Its being brought to the attention oi the 11 mi). FRIDAY JUXJJ 25 1015. iAKt.vtMbNui wutbuiuM!. . ..-....... .. . . .. I ' iti U NJOLA BEL Tlic Reporter's reference a few days cude llts recmnmendntfons to that ago to tho state tax raid for 1915 h.'l)0(y tat Texa8 ...

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

PAGE FIV3 GREAT How The Black War Cloud Hat Spread Over Two Hemispheres U. S WARSHIP MX ARIZONA MINT1!I TO FKNNSVLVA- MA tU)i:S IHMYN TIIR WAYS AT JiMV YOllli. I COST OVER $15000000 Hiuigfi of UiutH Is From 12 to 1.1 Miles California Lnrucr mid Knstor .Ship to Tnfcc I'lacc tin life Whys. THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS LAUNCH - -fwrnm. - - - J.Uli V-g I JL'-ift J3T '-y-laf i-'s.'" ' '' 'Wwfi-a'-!. - .. ' PI III I ll II llli II II Hi lll I ?'. .:&; . .. iV' jt's'.j m 4 -mtx jt s'miiefc. .a mx. -;;-c... itr- .... . v -i v rjb-ymsmtimmam 4 t ft By tho Associated Press. WASHINGTON Juno 21. Another flfiuon million dolliti battleship was IiiiiticliCtI for tho American navy Sfitur day when the Biipoidrendnmight Arlco- m slltl Into tho water nt tho Now orfc ittivy yard. She is n sister ship to the lciuiylvanln recently launched nt Newport News and In size and nrinft- liiuiit une of the larROSt and moit pow- orfuj craft over built for any navy. Ships of tlila lino like tho Arizona aio...

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

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE. TEXAS. If "RATHER PLOW REST OF LIFE THAN HAVE BLOOD ON MY HANDS" GOV. SLATON IN ANNOUNCING COMMUTA- TION OF SENTENCE DECLARES HE COULD NEVER HAVE LET FACTO- RY SUPERINTENDENT HANG VACATION CLOTHES THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS ?AOB OC or nr r ... i it. Men's $15.00 all wool suits assorted patterns irrlhc new Spring style; special $8.95 20 dozen Men's Gross Bar Knee length union suits; r ular 75c values; special CO dozen j.ontion s lack tan blue and s; special i .r Oj&r T 43c - Ien's Fancv Sox. colojrfT) lokeregular locjmie 'Men'sJni: V PS JUozsm 9 mr s WW mm " BRINGS FAMOUS CASE TO CONCLUSION .. i ii ).. Murder of Mary Phagan 14-Year Old Factory Girl at Atlanta Stirred the Whole Nation Frank is Taken to State Farm at Mill- edgeville to Begin Term Monday. 5 dozen 2b aw Hals values up to $'i.00: choice $1.39 Men's Dress Shirts 75c values choice for 12 dozen Men's Fancv Neckties 50c values; special for 35c BERffiEix FROM THESE REDUCTIONS at m7)turidforciL DRY G...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 June 1915

VOLUME XXXIII. ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY JUNE 29 1915. numier w. I NEAR-VIOLENCE WHEN GOVERNOR SLATON RELINQUISHES HIS OFFICE Ataf. E. Harris Succe- ed to Chairs-Hissed and Cheered--Called "Traitor" and "King of Jews1' Harris and Hoko Smith Do Not Refer t) Frank Case. By tlio Associated Press. ATLANTA Uu . Juno 2C When John Al. Slaton today formally turned over the Real of (Icnrgln to Nat 12. Han Is tlct-tnflug that "during nty term of offlco it has not been dis- honored" ho was greeted by mingled hisses 'and cheers. Several times during tho ceremon- (oa the galleries hissed As Slaton loft tho Capitol tho crowd surged forward but was held back by tho militia while Slaton was greeted Willi Bhouts of "Trtfltorl" and "King of tho Jews!" An immense crowd gathered at tho depot where it was believed Slaton wan enrouta to leavo the city. He went however to a luncheon honor lug lha now governor where Slaton declared that ho was guided by his UMr ienrc In saving tho lire of Leo AT Frank whoso de...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 June 1915

J( JHnMH JL WV TH ABILEKE RgTORTZR ABILENE TBXA1 3 I f I rw. i I i I m I m f W w u -.H 2 $5 00 deposited Monthly At 4 per ct. Will Amount in 5 years to ; $337.98 10 years to $737.45 15 years to $1240.47 20 years to $1858.15 It is only a small beginning but how about the finish? Lei this bank be- come your depository and lend its assistance and encouragement. The First State Bank and Trust Co. ABILENE TEXAS.- . - baseball Calendar TEXAS LEAGUE. Results Saturday. Dallas 4 Gnlveston 0. Beaumont 1 Waco 0. Shrovcport 6 San Antonio 0. Ft Worlh 3 Houston 2. Where They t'lny Sunday. Fort Worth at Houston. Snti Antonio at Shrovcport. Beaumont at Waco. Galveston at Dallas. StaRillne nf the Trams. CLUB P W L. Galveston .... 78 47 31 Waco ..... 76 42 34 Houston 78 Jl 37 Ft. Worth .... 74 38 30 San Antonio ..77 37 40 Dallas 78 38 40 Beaumont .... 77- 35 42 Shrcvepbrt ... 77 30 43 AMERICAN LEAGUE 4 9 CARNIVAL JULY AND RACE MEET HIGH CLASS HACKS AM) FIRE- WORKS MILL FEATURE PRO- GRAMS ON .FILY 8 T...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 June 1915

PAGE THREE scoop g Or With The Dance-Let Jcy Be Unconfinei By :4H0P" THE ABKJgyg REPORTER ABILEKE TEXAi T - YOU HAVE NOTICED How chance favored those who are prepared to take immediate advantage of opportunities and how prudent in- vestors make money from small in- vestments. : Why Not le Prepared Ytirulf? Our bank offers a definite practical method for conserving the odds and ends of your income and combining them into a lump sum suitable for mak- ing an investment. Citizens National Bank Capital and Surplus $200000.00. 4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Deposits. T DO OU TAKE. I VlllfUIMMilM 4). 5AIO SOME- twiVfljc. WIN6--WRS0N V LAWFUL. s jkss2Mis&v rL. v wiihef .OHSW?-r.ui;-mnc maddifdanm r a MaKSSAs. jr ?Aortwt" ku i : -.:: 'r - li" -' li fn a a v" uyir .uu; mh i fcos a h ak a s i nrwi. irTa fin .- i a. a j-u . jbia urt -n iyvri .kt r sea . w " w pf . Personal TEBSOXALS. uV uutauii tlli:uiMlUlliUU uy JIIH Harold Ked of Dallas is in tho city 8on was hero Saturday from Tua- vlsltlng ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 June 1915

paw room JMI-lEEEKLI'Ifroie MI ABILENE PJHNTIsa C0MrAJJ. iozz-28 North Second StreeL Entered as Sccond-Claa Mail at Abi lene Texas October 14 1903. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year (In advance). .... ."$1. Six Months (In advance)..... 60 Subscribers falling to receive' their paper regularly will confer a favor Upon tho management by reporting the tamo to the business offlco. Phone 67 3S TO 40 1U8HEI.JI OF WHEAT. I Several wheat fltr1 In a hit a I country nro yielding up 35 to 46 bush els to the acre. Many are going 25 and bettor. Oats are turning out well. Cotton Is looking fine and feed crops aro good. Wo" call that Sort of thingi FINE. . r THJ ABILBWE RgFOETSR ABIUKE TEXAS. Notes From Various Places TELEPHONES! Business and Circulation Editorial Office Society iisa .lf . 67 829 ' ..1097 or 348 (Any erroneous rcflccllbn upon ths character standing or reputation of any person flrm or corporation whicn may appear in tho columns of The Ileportef will be gladly corrected upon its being brou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 June 1915

I 4 t I' Sbcial Cttib. Church Affairs tsi Aittiji jiiFOifii Aifeiiti iSuui. CONTEMPLATION. When on tho fragllo woodland flower I gate My thoughts arise to Thcdj When to Thy Btarry heaVens my oyoa I raise Dear God f think of Thoo. In all the plenty of tho Bunllt mead- ow Thy loving hand I bco; And In tho glory of the moonlit shad- ow Doar God I think of Thee. Tho majesty of mountains old aud' hoary Tho over restless soa The opalescent sky in sunset glory Load me dear God to Thao. Why do tho wonders of Thy vast crea- tion Draw mo to Theo? Why am 1 gently urged when In their contemplation; To ralso my heart to Thee. It-must bo that theso tokens of Thy love Those gifts to mc. Aro stcpplng'Stoncs that lead my er- ring feet Dear God to worship Theo. Rachel Hopo In Collier's. DO a .Society Personals. Mrs". Elvis Clcmcnta or Stafford is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilson tfiis week. Misses Gallic and Kmma'rtlm Totten Idft this morning for Chicago where they will tnlo n course In...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 June 1915

PA01SIX JL THE ABILENE REPOKTllt ABILENE TEXAS. We Announce A New Shipment of Black Velvet Ribbon This ribbon is in the narrow widths that so many are wanting. We are now able to meet all requirements for this item for a few days at least. Middy Blouses New middies in pretty designs in many popular stylcs;rOcto $1.00 New Tan Middy Blouse a handsome garment priced at . . . '. $1.00 New Wash Skirts Newest designs in Summer Wash Skirts. A hand- some white skirt specially priced for this week at . . $1.25 Other new wash skirls in better qual- ity at prices from $2.50 to $5.00 Sport Shirts New sport shirts for men and women attractive styles; for $1.00 Sport'Ties The newest ties to be worn with the new sport shirts; Cem6edk NO 2 V EltllTS SALT!. STATU OF TEXAS. County of Tnjlbr. nn of nn order of safe. Issued lork of the District Court of Minty Toxftiycn the 2nd day jr. as dwrctcd by the terms r f as tho property of K. P. Sandell to wit: fin Is defendant In favor or the said provisions o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 July 1915

' iV a. . i ) V . . Pb' Hi r VOLUME XXXIII. ulTnli is nieuw Amsterdam run hdwn in. 10(1 rv unknown vessel at downs wednesday ILL ABOARD ARE SAFE Elpliiti Collision tn Three Dhj-s nt TIiIh Port llniniigcil Ship Ylns Hon nil From Now York to Rotterdam. By (ho Associated Press DKAL Kncland July no. In ft fog today on unknown Blontncr rnp ilowi. the Holland-American llnp steamer KIgiiw Amsterdam wlillo the steamer wns anchored in the Downs. Tho port wns badly damaged but the stenmer Is safe ntnl It is stated tbnt (hero is no dancer of Iter sink ing. All necessary precnutlonn to ore vnht her going to tile bottom have been '"ml!' . .1 . .. ... . . .. daTs1nVown?hTileCON!e! Antr - dam was bound from Now York Itoi(erdam. E T ki:v. siirirs preaches "THPHIIOM FROM SIX" AT ciiitiSTiAN-ciintcii. ox Tboro was cood Interest at the re- vtvnl .noolln. I.nllii- rnnrlunlnil nn 1io DAIHAGEQ REM TO TONGH PROBABLY lawn of the first Christian church last.11 " "umoy cnuren aim win con night. One addition ...

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

THE ABLTJ5H1 HgyORTER ABILENE TBXA : r r-' ...11 .... ? AAA TWO : f7 STATEMENT OF THE Mjit Condition or The First State Bank and Trust Company T Commissioner's Call June 23rd 1913. Resources ' Loans . . .HoOolo.l4 Overdrafts NONE Furniture and Fixtures (3021.10 Real Estate a 13583.78 Stocks and Securities 80014.30 Interest in Guaranty Fund 2031 .84 Cash and Exchange . ". 73759.73 Total $607426.09 Liabilities. Capital $200000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits. . 38280.81 Unearned Profits 4535.13 Bills Payable . . . 50000.00 Deposits 314610.15 Total $607426.09 The above statement is correct W. If. FREE Cashier. STATEMENT OF THE Condition of . The Citizens National Bank at the close of Business Wed. June 23 1913 Resources Loans and Discounts $386796.50 United Slates Bonds 50000.00 Banking House and FixlyjKSfTX 1 7750.00 Other Real Estate. . fC 31510.00 Stock in Federal Rdfeivc bank J 6000.00 W " r.ASH y ' II .J On hand due from other banks am ury .... .tylwoAiojfftt it mt Bills of 1x. G...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 July 1915

-Cji." .' - PAGE THREE TEUTONS ARE ON RU8S. TERRITORY X Where Should Our Sympathies Lie? By RUFUS STEELE. THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAB. Us V5: . i 4 i I k H Hi'.ftA $y wji My sjldK rr-iu V l if Jixj AW BUY A Kahn - Clothe and We'lMkivo Yaiyi Pair of EXTKA'RAtS FREE 'Just to Htiiiuilntij h'uslut'.sl jfirc Hiving itwny extra pants with every .suitor Spriiigyrigiit oods in jCahn- Tailored Clot hi $17. SO to AVo don't need to tell Jh patrons of the .HiipeTttirity of those niiKlt'-ttt-inciisiirc naniits. Tlicrc's any'iron-clad guarantee back of them that speaks for ITSELF!! Thin offer is limited! order NOW! Come in; lie measured now; yet one of these snit.s with the extra punts "on ns." Minps Bros. & Co. Men's Qualify Outfitters RE-GROUP THEIR FORCES now heady to efff.tivei y op- i'osk germans in galicia of southern Russia. Ry tho Associated Press. PKTROGRAI). Juno 25i. Officers of tlin TtiiHfllnn L'cuoral staff stato tlmt thev hnvn now achieved tho re-group ing of their forces...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 July 1915

m w.i ) t tc I I munrraiB SEMI-WEEEKLY 'REPORTER Br ABILENE PRINTING CGMPAJiT. 1022-28 North Second Street. Entered as Second-Class MAtl at Abi lene Texas October 1 19Q& SDUSCHUtlON KATES. nnn ve.tr fin advance). ....... $1-00 Six Months (in advance).. 60 Stibscrlbera falling to receive their paper regularly will confer a favor upon the management oy reporuns u.u tamo to the business offlco. Phono 67 TKI.KPHONES: Business and Circulation 67 Kdllorial Olllco ........ 823 finrlpfv 1097 or 343 (Ahy erroneous reflection upon th i&rlrmSwWtffiW anj person h to o . Tha &rXwl.l be gladly corrected upon iia i.rini? droucht to tho attention oi. tho firm). FRIDAY JULY 2 PJl"'. MARKETING COTTON in nnntiiir column of thU paper wo ..ni.iuti nn pilltnrinl commeiit from! Tho UallaB Morning: News lu uhlch tho subject of marketing .he nett rrop of cotton Is discussed at length. Tllo News is convinced that warehouses alone will solvo the problem of u Hv- ing price tor conou .. . -- - 101G-...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 July 1915

w 'A A '7 u A t 1 !f W i i I) V 1 I CrAAD THE CUB iJ VUur REPORTER r Personal 1'EHqONALS. .1. .1. at. A ------- ..IS!'- lV!!'K."1B0.f WIor? WaS " VlS1 T- L- Hlgglnhothnm or Dublin was Itor In Abilene Wednesday. !un Abilene business visitor Tuesday. business visitor hero Tuesday ? fcj. wiwo vjt u)uvm . after- noon tf itf r.. It.. M.rt1 tI .fttitllntt . . -u. ii iuauiuuu mo iiuamuu ll... nltla.tain Kfnltnlilt tlttttt llflrtF at tin) Citizens National Hank after a vacation of two weeks. .Mr. ahd Mrs. A. I'. White and llt- &.:ji !' .. . . '..'i liauey iingnam was among uhi a- pormoiit clttzeiiB who visited licre'0i.TovnS friends In Hunt VnlnnoiIn I Mrs. J U. Thomas who had been in I Charley Cellar of Tuscola spent a local Hanitarlum following an opera- itMrday night In Abilene. tlon. wim nlile to bo taken to her homo J- O'Malley left Monday for a bus- at Tie Tuesday afternoon .'"ess trip to Dronte. Mrs. A. !:. MeKeo Miss Prances' MeKeo and Mrs. Tod lloblnsou of .;.::: ..r:.v. ..."-....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 July 1915

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE. TEXAS. f SEASON ?i- '.'XMMI PAOKSIX ggjg; im i - i i m mBBgHWHB w ii 1 1 M fc pun AT TC felill Or Ht flLk 1"" "" "" . " - - - " . ithJI "Till" rnniilA CFACAU'C Al ACEfl Thc last Spring Goods order lias jyftin delivered. Summer is now on in full force. Its Clear lilt WlKIIIll wtASwiU V vLUdtll The Decks" and we are prepatkf&for the new campaign with a broadside of bargains a volley of wonderful valuesratling climax to a season of business activity. Every depart- ment every corner of our two big salesrooms will contribute to this event in prices Ufat speak a positive saving on every article listed. Whatever your needs come prepared to have them filled. You will not be disappointed. It mattersbt what you come to buy. Every item under our roof classed as spring or summer merchandise will be sacrificed in this mighty bargain eventBeon time. This is in deed your opportunity. SALE STARTS L"i Coat Suits Narked Below Their Level Every coat suit in our house ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 July 1915

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAi PJkGM iHtDHI !' 4 h 7 4 r Notes From Various Places. 1 1 I PLEASANT HILL fSIMMOKS STUDENT IS I Tito Baptist mcctiaWhnprna nl ilf' Iveforc tho Ploasnnt Jllll Friday n jurat auntiny in July GRAIN YIELD AT HAMBY TO EXCEED ESTIMATES . - til uiJbiiii iu liv ill' lUlLL'It I W. .. . - . HAMBY TcxnS Juno 29.-Tti.ro ha':;."; Jq111IJ2" V T roCh boon much activity tn the Hamby com. SoamI iSf !i .'"- "V CXC0)i mutilty during thd last few weeks. The . ffiP 1 "LKm. "rCa(cc: J!"1' largest grain crop In our history Id ?d "SiShinrP Uy t0 ha-r 80ne now being harvested and threshed. B irffhnf . Much wheat is turning out twenty-' ribf s corJally Invited to n. l.ftotmia r..i .... .i . (w attend all these aprvlron ..i- ijiij.ii.io 4I11U UIV1 UIIU UU13 ssixiyi httshola and more. It looks now as If I our lirsUestimntc to Tho Kepoi-tcr is much too low. Yet there are many mmirn n nttnm fields of lato plnntcd grain th ylcldi UHFN IN I.ANI.PP of which will not ud so large as ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 2 July 1915

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS RUFUS STEELE VISITOR HERE ARTILLERY IS GEN. ANGELES VERYEFFECTIVEj AT WASHINGTON CAi'SES SEVEN-KUrilTS OF. PAST. 1) EX IRS HE HAD ANY PART I r K WEIifi KMWX MAGAZINE WlUTBIt IS IN AIULKNK FOR A FEW JlAVS AFTER wCOI.Ol." AI.TIES AMOXU RlJSHIAXH urr.KTAito.ro revolt FIUIITIXH IIGIMIAXS. PLOT. THINKS NO PEACE NEW SKODA SHELLS TERRIBLE FERS WITH BEN. SCOTT V Gallons At War AVtll Flglit 1o Exliniis. Hon and (Jult Without lVncc. Which Will Come Along Enter. Sink 20 Fcft In Enrlh Ilpfore Ex- plndlnpr and Then Uurjonp on ' 10 Yards Heat nnd (Iiim-s I'ntisc (Ireat Damage Mexlrnn Lender Declares VMI (o The rnltcil Slnfcs Cnpllal U Merely to Contiiire (lot eminent of Slalemenl. PA8S SIGHT i ju.i I'lliuiumi ' I'n.-.Ji'.'ili'l'r'll' ' '"''"' '.J.l'il f " """'?SS . ' i ii i i P i r 1111111111-11111111111 1 1 mr I ' " - ummuitAutujuLtuirmmtmmmmmmmjiiiuLjmmimtntimimmmb iiiiwwsMsatwIsMiwwiiiimimiinssiiiiHi ' sdHsf" ( l OlM Rufu's Steele vice president of the Auth6r...

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

l)c VOLUME XXXIII i ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY JULY 0 19 5. M .MBKM i'i. A - ' i ' . 0' 1 r 1 b K V J. P. MORGAN SNOT BY F. HOLT. WHO PUCED BOMB IN CAPITOL lew are sni IN A BIG DRIVE Would" Be Assassin Believed Irrational On Aooount OF Work-Was Going to Dallas to Teaoh-Organized Plot Feared -Capitol Only Slightly Damaged. BIG GALA EVEN! THREE TURKISH STARTS MOW SHIPS ARE SUNK CONTINUES THROUGH WEDNES DAY AND THERE'LL BE FUN FOR EVERYONE. RUS8IAN SUBMARINE SENT TWO STEAMER8 AND SAILING SHIP TO THE BOTTOM. By Tho United Press. GLENCOVE July 3. Offlccra at the sweating of Frank Holt who today filiot and wounded J. P. Morgan say that ho admitted that ho was tho nmn who put tho bomb In tho Capitol. It la claimed that ho Bald ho went to Washington from Ithaca whpro he had been teaching In Cornell Univer- sity. Bet n bomb and then left about midnight for New York going to J. P Morgan's immediately. Pollco Cnp- tain Tunnoy confirms tho officers' Btatemont. Doctors at Morgan's reflldonco Is fiuod...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 July 1915

fv- PAW TWO THE ABILiyg KEPOftTElt ABILEHE TEXAS. ' t . . - 1 1 i t r .n ' It 1 The STATEMENT OF THE Condition of First State Bank and Trust Company Commissioner's Gall June 23rd 1915 Resources Loans $.130515.14 Overdrafts NONE Furniture and Fixtures . . r . . . 6021.10 Heal Estate . . . . . . . 13583.78. Stocks and Securities 80014.50 Interest in Guaranty Fund 2631.84 Gash and Exchange 73759.73 Total $607426.09 Liabilities Capital $200000.00 ' Surplus and Undivided Profits. . 38280.81 Unearned Profits 4535.13 Bills Pavable 50000.00 Deposits 314610.15 Total L $607426.09 The abode statement is correct J W' H. Free Cashier. eXESBIEE r II HI Personal Local Household WMMUJirMa ; ? He Hrench Pasture Bet WHenry Sayles; Owner Rooms l and a ween Abilene airaMerfiel. 4 J't $ flpon the Htatcnjcr yr orvviio wiiiuiiyruiHju .. . ..v rui; ome mm scjr Bun ItfBft 1 1 3 I 111 1 lo see ie roncf tv cMTcJr. fa4t& Do not maKo the Iilsta'ce af relymgj who has never n'en tills proper to Keep i -.nyi t...

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