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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 15 August 1916

If- 1 h two TO OUR SAVINGS CUSTOMERS: Wc wonder if you do not frequently nsk the question: "Is it wortli while t" You are perhaps exercising a considerable amount of tclf donial in order to enlarge your Savings Account sometimes it may seem that it is n useless effort and that yolt would got a grunt deal more pleasure out of it were you to spend what you arc saving and yoii. perhaps some- times feci like drawing out what you have and "having a good Utile "oti it but when you Considered it seriously and think of the effect which your acquired habits arc beginning to have upon your life wfAce sure your mind is changed and you are perhaps more deter- mined than ever to lay mile a part of your earnings. Let Let us always keep in mind that the habit of saving is not altogether to got to ourselves a money but that in the doing our habits form themselves and we are thus better able to e with the conflicts and hard problems of life. We have reen delighted at the increase little battle with ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 15 August 1916

'"' V.""' -' "'"i'iiintiiitiiiiJn)i LITTLE BOY KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT: FUNERAL HELD HERE HA UNI I VriT. 'Un. AiRut 11 .tnik TlppPtt four-yparolil son of liltofi Tlppftt of Marathon mef n trajMc Or iiii at Sugg Siding. ait ut this jlari Friday at noon when an an tt.itluMN . wbMi lij tm.lher was ilnv n turnc-l ri-r. Tho child's tiicc w. Imikcii ami it was horossnry to use an auto lurk trt cxtrlentt tile borl Mr. TippPtl ntul family wire i n routr to their ranrh iirar Mnrn'lion j.ftiT visiting AbllMic their forim- hi.uie. Ttio parly left Snn Atinet Friday ewiiltitf traveling lit two rnuili lues. Mrs. Tlppett was tit the whri-l of the rear car when It hit a soml bod at Surr Siding at noon. Tin brake failed to hold and (ho machine turned uv r Pour occupant of the cur osan'l with minor Injurlm. The body will jurUo Hi San Angel on the Orient tills evening nt iVl.". o- ilock en route to Abilene where In- terment will bo made. The body of little Jack Ttppotl ar- rived In Abilene Friday nigh...

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 — 15 August 1916

TASK FOtJJl T&B ABILEXE SEMjMVEEKLY KEP ORTEIL TUESDAY AVGUST 13 191C. Be a: MRMnPMPMMIMMMwnMM Semi-Weekly Reporter BY ABtLESE ritfXTIKe CO. ntered s Beeond CI Mall t Abilene Texas SUBSCRIPTION RATES: By mall only. One Year (In advance)......'.. $1.00 Tomorrow. TELEPHONES: Business and Circulation -- 6? Editorial Office 828 Society 1097 or 848 Subscribers falling to receive their pa- per regularly will confer a favor upon the management by reporting the samo to the business office. 'Phone No. 17. si0imunsiijf Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation-which may occur In the column? of THE RE- PORTER will be gladly corrected upon Us being brought to the attention of the firm. srfsw sss TUESDAY Al'Ul'ST 15 1016. THE ELMDALE TIKE. Honey jes listen! Don't cry an fret; There's a whole day.to.morrer That hain't been teched yot! "Mought be a sunrise Mek your heart Shout- Look like 'twas heaven Turned inside out? t '".Mought go a...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 15 August 1916

V THB ABILENE REPORT. ABILENE. TBXAJ. t-"" ' ' "-' " ' " " " " ' - pr. i-4 PAGE 13L- $4000 Worth of Ladies' Beautiful Fall Coats Purchased at I1 1 -3 Pet Discount Largest Shipment Ladies Coats Ever Brought to Abilene SALE BEGINS MONDAY AUGUST 14TH Mfmm lur m ' I m'w miw lllll I II ' liWK 'Buy Your New Fall Suit Now and Save From $5 to $1Q on the Garment. Style Quality Absolutely Guaranteed r. MPWVWi OO Ladies New Fall Suits Values U?$30 On Spre at .r tffrc.75 I This is the Sale Event of the Season in Ready-to -Wear. - - - r 1 The Greatest Buy- ing Opportunity for the Fall Season. Our haver was forlunaio Lo olilnin Iho entire .sample line of Coals and Suils of the CINCINNATI CI .OAK and SUIT CO. al a savin ol .M l-.Jc on the Dollar. I hese imrmenls are fresh from the stvle center and i i i t i . . i.i.i .i i nil rfnitiii nf Ilitun lwinrr nmrlr rinimnlc I lir mnlr'- w ... . .im A v . illUV lUIIIW IllilVIV. - klilllllf.wu hjw iimtv I rtii . 1 .1 al. runs ana worKinansnip are neiicr ani...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 15 August 1916

PAGE srx 3Mmiiiii ! ipwtml.i nip 3? MiwHiiMlPiinwffTW f wjgrv piaMiiikl I in ) imoiumji'imjawmujuujiniwH inti Oil WELL OVERFLOWS AGAIN AND DRENCHES DERRICK AND MEN PLANS FOR RAISING FUNDS FOR NATIONAL DEMO. CAMPAIGN imwmtm ui'ii. www ma i lUKj-miiminminiii nwan Jw Manhattan Shirts on Sale Tomorrow Consider But Two Things l i 1 t bl backs itls a both arc ! pull 4 bottU Buy Them at These Prices: $l".ri() SHIRTS AT ..SI. 15 .$2.00 SKIRTS AT ...$1.55 $2.50 SHIRTS AT . .$1.1)3 This is the semi-annual sale of Manhattans and is of immediate interest to "every man who wants high grade shirts at a price thai means economv. These shirts are made of the hest woven madras cut in perfect Titling models with cither soft or laundered cuffs. The range of sizes is complete and all the latest colorings are shown. The sale will continue until the present slock is sold but first choice is alwavs best. Come earlv. jj Abilene' t Favorite j jtfy M M Shopping Place jf MJF Thotuhch nil well provnd lis worth...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 August 1916

tfi bikm Bmi't&tMn TOLCMK XXXV. ABILENE TEXAS FIllimyAl (UST IS IIMO. SUMMER Mt mmmmmmmmfa PLANS FOR TRADE TRIP ARE LISTED BOMBARDMENT ON THE VERDUN FRONT -i-"-r BASEBALL RESULT: Wrdnesdflj'a (fames. WKHTKII.V ANgftriATIOX NO CONFLRENCE -: ' ON WEONESDAY UNCLE SAM BUYS AN ARMORED CAR tvjummmvmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmttMtHalk i. i i i ' " i i MSmMMt?U imSH0BB&t&llBKl&BSmmaaat ll fv cost will m: $im $-x; and 30 DEFENDING ON ACtOM. MODVT10NK Yi NTED. Ill IE OUT WEE DAYS Flrst Ticket .Sold ttns (o the Rev. C. W. llcnnmj All Firms Expected to Ft to the .Snpport of Project The tehtatlvo three-day Itinerary ot the second nttmlnt trade trip of the Abilene Chamber of Cdmmerce has been compiled by Secretary Wood ami his assistants and from how until Sop tumher VI when the trip begins ntendy work will bo done to niako It thn moat riuccessful ever yet staged Th6 trip will Include nil of tho ter- ritory so amply covered last year ana lit addition n scope of rountry near Abllenu untouched l...

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 — 18 August 1916

k in ! if It. I; li f 4 n: a FAMIXWO mrpTRm juiiaar incui. SERVICE Based Upon Courtesy Facilities Strength Offered you by a connection with our institutions With a Guaranty Fund Bank and a well equipped Trust Comr pany we are able to offer you a real in- ducement to do business with us. FIRST STATE BANK 9 Guaranty Trust Co. II STORY OF WAR IN MOUNTAINS' i TOISGSAJLS. 4 ob Milam o Merhel was n buelnsa vlaltor here Tuesday. W J. Fulwiler spent Monday iu Port Worth on business. I)ld Brown hns returned from n visit of several days at Dal Inn and other points. Mr. and Mrs. Cfias. thirties have gone to Hubbard City where thoy will visit Mr. Karnes' homCfolk. President J. D Sandofcr of Simmons College is nt Chrlstoval near Ban An- gela where he will speak Thursday. Mrs. P. O Senter and little son ol "Asperraont are visiting relatives In the city for a few dayB. Mrs. J D. Murray and children of Anson are visiting the faintly of W W. Murray In Valley View. Mrs. 0. Si Hurkett has returned hom...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 August 1916

FAffl TKim GinmmmmnKmnmBmmmmimmmm4ranmMmMmmtlMmm VAiJMiMjlUJ Wt miUMMi"! 1B ' 'J-lfl WM W wwrtwi iWMfcW mr 1 Ml PNC REPORTER AltUS T1X4JI Zhe&dafbtmfaih An American fasffiytfc Did you ever RMp to realize that ths ?ola fountain la as much an Atnwicnn intitu- tion as the auaRe 1 a Germ n inMltu- tion "Frpncn Bread" 15 an mtituton m j-ianeo ana tni I'lum pnuainpr an KnRiMii Institution? And tho funny iart Of it all Is' that thonclt ono pldnin mps n soda. fountain In Kurope (anil then only for tho vnUo of nttractlnB AmM-lran tourist trado) lnt at foon as a forPlenpr sets to tint country ho too seems to learn to lovo tlio Kia rotmtnin. . Hut If you aro oM enough to look bark a few years you will remomher that onh tomparatlvely Terentty ima th no!a foun- tain lieen either eo popular or so beautiful! nt.1 tt?frlArilV You may remember what theo otd soda fountains looked like wl nt nonr" nrnvKmii they mado to supply even their scanty trade. What has wrought this Rreat change--what has ma...

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 — 18 August 1916

tn - 0B FOUR SB ff AHff& SEXI-WEEKLY MPgaftkrV tKW XG$$l . M Semi' Weekly Reportci I "FRIENDS" OF THE FARMER nv ABILEKS PHKTI5H CO. One urnd 8 feCOtld CIBf Mttl t Abilene Text U08CR1PTION RATES: . By mall only. Year On advance) t- TELEPHONES: .b'u nnd Clrcalatoh editorial Office TTV 4ocleti 1097 or 82 34' jt..rihor falling to receive their pa per repulnrly wilt confer a favor upot he management by reporting th' lame to thp N'o. 7. """ r . - ... mi.nn bURlCt-SP OII1CB. ruuu- ny erroneous reflection upon tni Character standing or repuUUun of ny person firm or corporation whtcr may occur In the columns of THE RE PORTER will bo gladly corroded upot- Ub being broiiEht to the attention o he firm. s& PHIUAY Al'Ol'ST IS 19IG. Whore Is the-Bremen? Where Is the Deutschland? The mercury will hit It "Pi The weather man avers. Preparedness Is In the wind; Say girls get out your furs! Selected. CULBERSON AND THE ROLL CALL By P C. Miller sic VT m. tVi 1 For campaign purpose3 and In the fel...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 August 1916

' t PAW. FTY1 AjtvJm kJI IMMgMAMaArti ff"'t Qrrvnp THEctiB Did It G ) Up? Yes Did Not! By "HOP" REPORTER QjBcVu fekraTKiAjii c r- m - B MHBmLf ' M 1 rji"- A B - - " VTTZVZZTiW " ' " -- 1 faajjjjjjjjjjha- Hn itei. 7ajjjKff Lmar 'niP' . ri ". 'i n rw "Tirl 1 nSSKflbSBHnHBIKJIIfecSBi ran J FIRE TORNADO ACCIDENT LIFE INSURANCE IN THE BEST OLD LINE COMPANIES. Investigate Our Record for Fiyiig Losses LOUIS C. WISE & SON PLANS FOR TRADE TRIP ARE LISTED (Continued from page one.) rwSMMM Ar. ilumllnll:10. Illiinc.'. Lv. Hamlin 12:10. Ar. SlcCauiejV 12:.; lv. 12:40. Ar. Sylvester. 1 2 : ro ; lv. l;00. Ar. IxiiiRwortli 1:20 p. in.; lv. 1:25. Ar. Swootwater 2:0." p. m. Transfer to T. & I. Hj. Lv. Swectwator 2:25. Ar. ltoscoc. 2:41: lv. 2:40. Ar. Loralne. 3:09; lv. a: 14. Ar. Colorado City 3:34; lv. 3:fi0. Ar. Wwtliroolt. 4:12; I v. 4: IT. Ar. Coahoma 4:37; lv. 1:46. Ar. H!r SprlnRH. ft: 10. Snpin' Hack to Koacoe; transfer to K. S. &. I to Snyder. Transfor -at Snytlur to SqnflIJo lo ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 August 1916

( l i ij.; r l : V ft PAOK niv - ..I ....... iii.t m ihi HH Short xl w- --- il01W'lVgrS mi! abilene repoeti AimtKi tesa. TAJ newspaper has been able towl cords ".von saw the girl that " f . ji.j mme un jeterdnv w th Xewcombf fo accuru rfto cxcusive rAtt to TW trl here? In this camp?' this territory to a series of snort sU)(y CT1prpsi his nervousness stories by Rex Beach an author Wj. i route off u here on purpose whose name ts a guarantee of ex IO pct shed uf 'eiu. cpllence in fiction. His stories of the far north arc masterpieces. Ho has traveled in the wilder ncsses where heroisms arc every- Ye. I onlv PiuiBlit n gltmpe of her myseir. Imt what I nw looked mighty pvetfy." Tin drlter crnuuud. " It'll he Just tuv Infernal luck to run slap Into her. day occurrences. He has tnatie a n i do I'll stampede like n nwiaio an intimate stady of the sturdy r-nlf. see If 1 don't. Like ns not I'll characters that abound there. His - tnM descriptive touch in these short nt (h(j Har x. t1( forcinn...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 August 1916

"T ' 5"$ J" :tsx jam.! ixfohtii; Ainanro. tjocait JJ&&rmm mNHW m& vae ' 1 ORDER OF 25.000 MORE GUARDS-!DREADNAUGHT OF MEN 10 BORDER IS REVOKED' "P u ' SRAVITY OP RAILROAD SIT. UATION IS DECLARED TO BE CUSE TROOPS TO BE HELD IN STATE MOBILIZA. TION CAMPS. SAS AXTOSIO Tex. August l.v- The order fur tlVc 25000 guardsmen to proceed to (he bonier bus been reink eil according to nn nniiouneenienl mndc hero today nl Mnjor Uenernl Frederick FiinMon's headqiiiirters. The wnr depnrtnicnt notified liini to day tlint tlio troops would conlinuo to tie held In tlio stale mobilisation ramp?. It whs understood that (he dcltcac) of tlio railroad Kitnntlon yas the nun- Inn consideration In the revoking (lie order. The troops Mere told JOHN I SPAULDING RETURNS HOME FROM THE CADILLAC FACTORY LKOAIIII UK VINCI CATGUT KI1IK AMI KXl'UlSlOX Qt'irKLY AUTUMN mnriwMnMmw ! K DUE OF DISASTER GUM .Iplm J. Spnuldlng or the finu ot Spauldlng Jlrothers Jms returned home from a business trip to Detroit w...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 August 1916

AQE EIGHT ABttKNX REPOMK ASILB1T1 T2XAA. HHillUftM i ilW hmmvimm ..jMwsrnijw I p-nir. .. ii i i mm - . i urn ppwmiiMw. hi --. '' :. :.- . V. S Willi " p tfWr ifW ill Wl ' ? I 'IT Oyy (0"' A 1 ". rl"s Pct"ro will ba shown Saturday fa J Ji -? ? JP AFTERNOON and NIGHT Aug. 19th l -spec: i III ml a I 'C3&Ap r aawBr .l- i VV.V!u. l-sai Tfift. JT JS.aA m in'"h s-1 &nk. - -.-. ' AVE? rfT ii'i. .ffc-m "Tfcr : icl . . m&m Rctur DF THE FAMOUS DEATH VALLEY DODGE ON (T5 THRILLING DESERT AND MOUNTAIN DRiVEf FRENCH TAKE VERDUN TRENCHES KAHJ.Y U. 11KMMMU VHV.WU- r.s NouniniisT of i'ozifhi:s via: CAt'Tntiii). ITALIANS TAKE T0LN1IH0 Austrliinn r lnrunllnc CHj ton liuthnwrN Troups Uffcrliifj ilc- tormintil Kcslsimuv to Him- s!nnt AdTHticlng. By The Associated I'rcss. (5KXEVA August lV-2tl.S I. M. ltiiHrtln. Tlie Italian nihnnce gdanl Is ultliln ttilrtrcn lulled ot llrlcstc ami u (ridntef pnrt of tlu Anstrlnu fleet lias sailed for an unKtioun (lestlnatlt)it ncoortllng to n telegram recehei...

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 — 22 August 1916

SUtflene VOLUME XXXV. AUILKNE TKX IH. Tl tSII VYt At M ST 22 191 M'XRF.R ;. FATALITIES AT COAST 101$ Edinburg Black Watch in Trenches. Sfffjnf) 1 VNPHPn i Tumi mmnju ..jiihUhwii xmimmuuiuwmmium Ju.munMmaiiBMWWwwwwMwi-.uJ n ilLUllU LlllUllLU IHUKAWAL AI RICE Tf FROM THE TROPICAL HURRICANE S FROM HEX. he t i I it N mimTnu riunnn iifiTiinniuii rUNulUIHAVUKu W X PERSHING'S TROOP t Damage at Corpus Christi Small Kingsville Dam- aged -Damage at Port Aransas and Aransas Pass Not Known. The first communication from (or- lus Christi where Friday night's tropical storm nas bcJicKd to li:iu- been felt the. hardest shows Nntiinlnj afternoon tlint no great damage luiil been dune to the city mill there were no fatal It Ics there. Portions of the ctfy notably the Hccilou populated h) summer visitors were tinder three feet of miter with upparentl) little chance lor draining It off. The greatest property damage there hiin tlit unroofing or the Corpus Heach hotel which huh unroofed mid that Hmrture. ...

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 — 22 August 1916

? vs fSfiiS jdwsifli 'Sijis!? 4t. .WJSTK.- l a&fi&Sg'Hft f-ff3 aw fa-.i .rfHitihwrtitoirtti j PAOK TWO jyy . A. 0g& A9.44B0lB PMM"""BMy'"MMJfcifcJBpBfc.MMMC Lj-MLIgJL "" r mm I r i I SERVICE Based Upon Courtesy Facilities Strength Offered you by a connection with our institutions.. With a Guaranty Fund Bank and a well equipped. Trust Com- pany we are able to offer you a real in- ducement to do business with us. I ill ipi ii-il 0Wm'mmAmmuai nmmwummmmmmm i HH H uimmmmmmmMmmmmmmm0mmmmmmwmmHmmmmmmmmmmm J Personal Local Household 1 IIBIIBII JIKIll l II III1IIM lUllllllill mill i lUII.il IBM n.I I I mi I I O. E. Coniogya of Mcrkel was In Ab- ilene Saturday. Born Friday of iho p&at week to Mr. and Mrs. J. I Machert a daughter Mrs. A. L White went to Dalrd Fri- day for a visit. CTcorge J. Clark has returned from a business trip to Hast Texas points. Courtney Hunt of Haskell was among the business visitors In Abilene Saturday. Kmmct Cox and son Thclniu of Saragosa arc the gue...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 August 1916

f Affi rain mWMMMMMHiMI . . . Ai '"Mi PMHMMPMP mm THE A. C. C. THE TRADE TRIP RESERVING ROOMS COMMITTEES 0 UIII.IKS WHO W0t'l. 3IVK IIOK FOK SCHOOLS C.WT KINO iiursns men noh i.inv NEW HOUSES TOO In .Hpllo of rnprrrPilrnfnl lliilhllng hut. .Scarcity nf llmiM's Is Srr. Id us Problem For Abilene l'nllcK?s Thai families nrf being turned away fiom Abllonp Christian College be- cause they can not find houses to live In Is the statement of President Jesse 1'. Sewell. Several Men liavo como hero for the purpose of renting limutca so they could send thflr children to tho colteges but they hae been utiabte to obtain hu'.Iu- bto residences and havo been fofcetl to change their minds about coming to Abilene. In spite of the fact that close to three hundred houses have Lrwi built hire In the past twenty months It Is next to impossible to rent n desirable house. Tho fact that the city lias had nn unprecedented bulldinK activity for ntntost two years and that It is Mill Impossible to rent a house...

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 — 22 August 1916

WKtt&&0BNt&H W'MU UumiMii tWsmiui nmJjwWlg.W-J-MAu-lJlH1 We.BUL lu-?Ji.W!;HrJT. . mimti win ji IuttMjejl.iiiwiilpllfa grtnnt S5sjHH!EE!53bE3 THE ABILEXE SEMI-WEEItliY AlPOKTEK TUESBAY AUGUST 23 WW. " " - v. t 1 fffT Semi-Weekly Reporter Br abilf.se rxroriKa co Cntftrmt irtmfl nMi Mull at AkflenB TexM uu8cption RATE: nv mall only. One Year (in advance) $l.W TELEPHONES' UnMnes and Circulation ? Mitntltl office Jocletj X09T or 848 BnbBcrlberB falling to receive their pa- ner regularly win comer a iiur uju ho Ttianaenipnt by reporting the same to the buslnfcse office. 'Phone MWAAAA Any erroneous reflection upon tap "harnrter. ntandlng or reputation of vny person firm or corporation 'which may occur In the columns of THE RE- PORTER will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention of he firm. a TUESDAY. At'CU'ST 22 1816. CENTIMI. WEST TEXAS FAIR. If ycti have not received n copy of BUGKN fund which Is now being collected fot the maintenance of the city school. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 August 1916

T AlMtt KBFOKTBK AMLWCH. TXXAM. This Store is Showing New Fall Merchandise in Every Department Beautiful Hats Suits Coats Silk Dresses Silks Dress Goods Shoes Hosiery and Novelties are now on Display. 4 WE HAVE JUST COMPLETED A NEW ADDITION TO OUR STORE ROOM THAT GIVES US MORE SPACE TO TAKE CARE OP OUR GROWING BUSINESS. THIS ADDITION GIVES US DOUBLE THE SPACE IN OUR MILLINERY AND READV-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENTS WHICH WILL ENABLE US TO SHOW THE MOST COMPLETE LINES IN THESE DEPARTMENTS THAT WILL BE CARRIED IN THE CITY. Mitchell's Beautiful Fall Silk and Serge Dresses on Display Now on display tlu first showing of the Now Full onn I'ioco Drosses The mute- rials are Serge TniTotii O'eurgette and Messoline. in pretty combinations. The colors re new the btyles original and tho qtinlity is Mitchell's. Mitchell Dresses arc jnst a little more original ill .style better workmanship and better quality of nmte nut. New Fall Dresses-are priced tlS.OO to Jp'tO 00 CHILDREN'S NEW FALL GINGHAM DRESSES Ntw...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 August 1916

.jsj j. y. vr ssrwgWMPM. ?? itoataas!-y8afejKR..: SfciE'HjaBKswKjrw-i .jsoais PAGE SIX .mtrfiiiri r to "' OUR FIRST mM I'hc most wanted patterns in both shape and fine millinery at prices ranging $2.50 The season's newest fashions arc think that hats of their good quajit otor e. A visit will convince youof a NATIONAL; SPEAKER STILL LEADS A. L. CHICAGO Aug; 10. Jal(o Dnubert has wrested tho National league bat- dig leadership from Dave Robertson according to nvorages published hero today which Include records of Inst Wednesday. Carey Pittsburgh re- tains first place In base-stealing wUSi 40; Flack Chicago in sacrifice hits with 31; Williams Chicago In homo runs with ten; Hornsby St. Louis In total bases with 174; Hums New York In runs scored with 68. and DrooUlyn In team batting wltt .2C4 Leading batters who have playod In at least lialf their teams' games: Daubert Brooklyn. .320; Itobortaon Now York .328; Chaso Cincinnati .322; Wagnor Pittsburgh. .311); Horns- by St. I.ouls .314; Wh...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 25 August 1916

l)e hiknt Smi-wtekln ftjepjster volume xxxv. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAJT AUaUST 25 1916. NUMBER in. BIG POULTRY SHOW AT FAIR HrPEMNTENDEM' AXD CIIAIIIVVN OP POULTRY HEPAltTMENT AfiE WORKING 11A1U). X GUARDSMEN TO GET FULL PAY 7M00O MIDE AVAIL UILE BY TUE M I)ElAltTMET (JEN. FCN8TON ANNOlU'EU PLAINED LEnERS MAILEDTO FAHCIERSmELAYlHPAYHENftX Otrners Ate PromIctl New Lnrge Fnnslon Declnrcs Failure of Men to jioumj v-oop9 and Hint uinis uei ray uue 10 Army Appro. Will Be (ilfcn Most ("arc. ful Attention. prlatlon HIH Not I'nss. On Time UniiBU.il Interest editors In the By The Associated Press poultry show to be held at the Central SAN ANTONIO. Texnft. August 23. West Texas Pair at Abilene October A fund of $750000 has been made 10 to 14 and special efforts nro bolnft nvallablo by the war department for ntade by Clin Inn an t). II. Jeffrlm and tMo payment of the Mate troopi on Superintendent R. L. Young to bring border duly. the. greatest line of poultry ever soon 0pn Fredcrlclt FiMHton In com...

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