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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 July 1915

VOLUME XXXIII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JULY 30 1915. NUMBER 31. flITI PRESIDENT K -RUSSIANS no CALLED OUT-GERMANS LOSE 5 OAT WARSAW elm THE WAS TAKEN FROM FRENCH LEGATION WHERE HE TOOK REFUGE AMERICAN CRUI- SER RUSHING THERE TO PROTECT FOREIGNERS. Hj' The Associated Press. 10 RT AV PRINCE llnitl .inly 2s A mob of Hnitlens today removed President Giilltnuinc front (lip French legation where lie took refuse jester- tiny ami shot litin to death In front of tlio building. Tho nomination of the president U u retaliation for the innssucre jes- tenlaj of oitp hundred and sixty pris- oners by General Oscar the governor general here. (JenernI Oscar himself wat later l)nelied nnd his hody still hw in the street today. Tlir mob Mils composed mostly of ninth ih of the ninssaereil prisoners. (Jiilllauine's body after death Mas drutrged through! the streets ami inn- tllnted beyond recognition. Further lolenre Is feared. The mob hail not dispersed at noon today ami It Mas expected that before nlirhtf...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 July 1915

i s .A JT msh 4 fm Illy y njrwo MM ABILimS REPORTER ABILENE TEXA1. ilf 1 M ill J..J" mm I Personal Local Household WHAT IS THE GUARANTY FOND J It is a constantly growing fund now amounting to more than a million dollars kept in the State Treasury to be used to repay all non-interest bearing and unsecur- ed deposits in any State Bank in Texas which might for any reason be overtaken by misfortune. This protection is free to the depositor and it is worth consid- FK1S0NALS J. C- Rogers of Jim Ned vaticy was hero Tuesday on business. J Clarion Graham of Odessa was nmohg the business visitors to Abilene I Wednesday Messrs. Luther and Ennls Grimes wero among the Merkel visitors hero .Wednesday. I Mrs. P. G. Self nnd children of Tuscola were among the shoppers In the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Reddell of Tuscola wero hero Tuesday afternoon shop ping and visiting relatives. ' Messrs. George N'orthcutt and G. H. Brown of Snyder wero business vlsl tors to Abilene Wednesday. J. W. McEachern...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 July 1915

PAOI THRSB CPAAD THE CUB srt! rXSL Every Day Is Friday To Scoop Now REPORTER By "HOP" Old Ze White fUTelll Haw Hn Cstret Wm Cut Short By ML QUAD Copyright IMS. by trio AlcClure KeWspape Symlk-te His Happiest Day Dy F. A. MITCHEL THIS ABILENB REPORTER ABILENE TMCAM I I I - jas3ai' :-jas feL '-Vi-Jr g -rcn.-;rNtB)u.T-M. " Want Ads WANTED 2r.000 'cords of wood; please send us yoilr prices on car Iota f. o. b. your station. Address l O. Uox fi23 Sweetwater Texas. 7-27 It STKAYYEU from my lot on Thursday morning two three-year-old brown mules each wearing a halter. Reward for Information leading to their re- covery. K. N. Klrhy Abilene Texas 7-2G-2t WANTED Stock to pasture good grass and water phone lfiOfi 114. Hen dry. 7-13-3t SOUTHERN QUEEN and UPPER TEN The Flour of Quality; 2 ci's un- loading and one of feed. We Invito you to call and liiBpect our Btock. Wo nro In the market for wheat and oats; want ten cars wheat this weeks ship- ment. Phone lOOt H. 1 Uoss Com- mission Compnnly. 7G-...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 July 1915

I' PAOI FOUB SEMI-WEEEKLY REPORTER KT ABILENE riUNTIM) COMPACT. 1022-58 Korth Second Street Entered as Second-Class Mall at Abi lene Texas October 14 1903. SDBSCRIPTIONRATES. One Year (In advance) ....$1.00 Six Months (in advance)........ .60 Subscribers falllnc to receive their paper regularly will confer a favor opon the management oy reporting mo same td tho business omce. rnone.o TELEPHONES: niixincss nnd Circulation ........ 67 Editorial Office ............ 829 Society ..... ...1097 orS48 (Any erroncouB reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Reporter will bo gladly corrected Upon Its being brought to tho nttention of the firm). BOMBS USED IN DALLAS. The Reported predicted that others would follow the example of Holt and endeavor to "bomb" somebody. The wrecking of tho rcsidenco of W T Mooro and soti at Dallas employees ot tho I'hdgiit Brothers saddlery Com pany with bombs Monday hlgbt and the...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 July 1915

THK ABHIHB KIPOJiTIR AKUOOJ. TSXA1. pAiinyi II. S. STEAMER OFFICIAL COUNT BE NECESSARY COnON BOLLS AS II. S. RECEIVES BRITISH REPLY TO DISCUSS U. S. WAR DEFENSE IS IMW SINK 11V Cf;il1WA 8t'II..SKIAKTIO llKTi'vid W8T OP 8COTL1XD & i. fflfiSfj SfrVfc I. AMI A. :t iim-'i'. NATIONAL HtMHMY DKCOHATOItS ASSOCIATION WILL 11 WE t'Mfjl'E IKirqi'LTS. ANSWKMNfl JfOTK SF.XT IX MAIU'H PHOTKSTIXd XBl'Tlt.ll COM- MKltC'E HESTHIl'TIOX. CONFEUEXCE WILL IIK HEM) AF TKK . A. R. MEETIX1 AT WASHI.NGTOX. MTKLY Iij-CIllKI) 1 " ' 'Tit ffiW-gr"aar--g-Mg;-falg:::- TORPEDOED PUBLICITY MEDIUM -J on u mm am;m mm m warn I sv Their Own llonts and (Jot Slioro Hrltltlt .Steamer Also Son! to llottoin The I'm- Itctner Saicd. To Hy Tin Associated Press. LONDON July L'6. The AlllOrlcall ....... t i.... i... . . . 7 V ... .. " "ri:nnKei w uoterinino tlic result of the constltu- Ii.lfnst with flax vns sunk yoMerday tlonal mnendment fiiovlditig for th- 1 a Uermnn mlbmarine northwest separation of the t'niversity of Te...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 30 July 1915

pAaiiix THE ABU.KNE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. i TRAFFIC RULES SHOT TO PIECES Italia preceded the discussion of the Itraffic laws. T. C. Campbell ppoko on "The Successful Merchant and sum- Imed tip as follows: To he successful a merchant should know the lines he handles ho a cood buyer tako nn in terest In the service ho renders sec that he Rets back a fair return for thet j goods solo anu uo an nonest anu square dealer. OBJECTIONS TO TW ORDIVATiCK "The day Is gone when a merchant mvAxi'Hn at Mttt-vriNfi 0 .w-bo is not honest enri bo H.iccesi BRITAIN TO SEND MOTHER NOTE ful"-satd Mr. Campbell. He urged tho members of the II. M. A. to use the services of their secretary more. 'Mcrchandlsing-?the Old Way ana tho New Way" was the subject of a !talk by J. II. Mead. He compared methods of thirty years ago with prcs- 1 ' vent-day methods pointing out that Mayor E. If. KIrby Like the Others feereens refrigerators telephones ls foniPrci Highly Significant and Wants All Rules Rcpcnlcd cnH" s'r"...

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

ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY AUGUST 3 1915. M JftTIBER NEW DEVELOPMENT IN TEMPLE MURDER TWO AMERICAN SAILORS KILLED NO PEACE UNTIL ALLIES CONQUER WARSAW MAVi FALL ANY MOMENT AMERICANS ARE CALLED FOOLS VOLUME XXXIII. SINKS LINER; KILLED REPORTED WHITE MAN ARREST ED AT WACO WHO WAS IMPLI- GATED IN CRIME. LAI)IN(I PVRTY ENGAGE TIVE AT PORT U I'HIM'K Till ns. RAY NIGHT. SIR EDWARD CARSON SAYS ENG LISH HAVE QUIT USING WORD "PEACE." GERMAN ARMIES EXPECT TO EN TER CITY TODAY INHABI- TANTS HAVING FLED. ZAPATA PERSONALLY BREAK8 SEAL OF AMERICAN DIPLOMA- TIC CORRESPONDENCE. HERMANS SHELL AND TORPEDO IIIEHfAXt FIVE OF CREW LOSING LIVES. WAR BEEN IN PROGRESS YEAR HALF-CRAZED SERBIAN STUDENT FIRED SHOT YEAR AGO 8ATURDAY. 1500000 MEN BEEN KILLED SUB AM N NEGRO WILL STANLEY BURNED Negro Who was Burned at Midnight on the Square at Temple Confess eel His share In HclnoUs Crime. Special to the Rgpo.-tt'r. TEMPLE riSXAS July 31. It waa reported unofficially hctc tonight thnl a white man bud boon captured In ...

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

!t FAQS TWO TSM AB1X1H KlFOXCT. ABILENE TEXAt. WHAT IS THE GUARANTY FUND 1$ It is a constantly growing fund now amounting to more than a million dollars kept in the State Treasury to be used to repay all non-interest bearing ancl unsecur- ed deposits in any State Bank in Texas which might for any reason be overtaken by misfortune. J This protection is free to the depositor and it is worth considering. First State Bank and Trust Co. Abilene Texas. IS A GUARANTY FUND BANK Personal Local Household friends. 8ho will also visit friends In 4 uomnncno uciorc returning name. CUT NEWS BRIEFS. f 3-2 Cnrs In August Four carloads of the new Fords to PKBSONAXS. J8ham G. Harris was In Abllcno to- !' ?01 nt thc nfw nrc w'l 1P "' day with wagons to move his uon-lu-1 ioaK'd .cre during this month. The law Tiippcr Daniel out to the Harris Iour cnrioaus consist or tniriy-iwo Tom's Abl B.. ZZXrZ 5 "" l:"8 B'au l Bvol Morales were licensed to wed Battif- ............ UIU I.IHUIIIU iioi.u Miss Edna Armst...

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

THg ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. f AOX THRU -A PRICE SiyffiLSHING SHLE WE HAVE PLANNED A HURRIED CLEARANCE OF THE BIGGEST SUMMER STOCKS EVER ON HAND AT THIS TIME OF YEAR. REPRICING THEM TO ENCOURAGE IMMEDIATE AND GENEROUS PURCHASING. Sale Begins Tuesday August 3 and Continues 10 Days We have added hundreds of dollars worth of seasonable mere! mintoH ibis season. These new arrivals together witlujvvtfbllajBS w out sale to provide display space for the advancing Smashing former prices and profits in order to ceiiverwsason fresh seasonable goods of standard qualitvyrfiul goowlequotej dinary values THEY ARE HERE. HUNDREDS p- iLGbc le crods picked up in the markets at prices that will enable us to sell them far below any price level Mh of seasonable goods in our regular stocks will be sacrificed during this great Clean . .. n r ... nr 1 !.. .1 ds that must be shown soon. We have marked every item or summer lucrcnunuisu uinvu cash in less time than we have ever allowed for such task. O...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 August 1915

FAai roni THK ABILENE REPORTEK ABILENE TEXAS. IM3VgagamgMEggMgMMM g W1M1 W M M I I !! I M- ll. - - I. I .. .IJ II m - - - IMB1lJ3jmmwjMj)l3Pii3;L ! It! I An Event in which Prices Drop to Lowest Level Speedy Clearance of Summer Stocks Growing greater in proportions every year its reputation set firmly in the minds of the people its reliability its firmlv established stand ol quality J his bale is now Due to Offer You the Best it Has Every Offered. The strongest list of values we have ever been able to offer prices that for' lowness have never been equaled in this city. Hut low price inducements unless coupled with reliability and sterling worth are of little interest to the prudent buyer. All goods oiler- cd in this sale are of our well-known standard ol quality the kind we are safe in saying "Satisfaction or Your Money Hack" wilh every purchase. 1'Style Qual- ity mid Low Price are Ihe ireal considerations and all are combined in this sale. The immense assortments we nlToi and the lo...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 August 1915

lr$Sas S TEE ABILENE REPORTER. ABILENE. TEXA1 FACWfiyft vmyrKzcFTgTvjngr i ... .. Another Page of Unsurpassed ValuesMen's Clothing and Furnishings Our UcparLmenl of Men's and Hoy's Wear offers at ail times the most satisfactory selections in quality furnishings to be fount in the city. OUR PKJCES ' K K ). HIT IN P ANN TH S SAL U OF MKN J W liAK limUNUii VALUiwr mu uuuw t Clearance Sah Undsk Our slock of Men's t'luli'rwl'nr iiiPlfnT- hultau Semens l. V. i.'t Mount'' in Seasonable nssorhiltut. reduction for n fulfil vljan-npf r Ml " at Men's Union Suits-'-Iijttiiil Crossbar and Cr ti-r am! fiilrloiigtlj ntthest' priees IK' rot hers will he muter tinder rd mjlffj Man i! our stock now at a big !:t mill A'l.'ilJ LHffmi Kiits SI 5)5 ' '" -Jfm' .-..-- -r " -- $2.(H) lifiorf Suiti - SI (J 173 Union Suits -1S1 (tUPrl JtW iuP vuee Length three qunr- $1.50 Union Suits 1 10 1.00 Union Suits -7f)6 50e Union Suits 30 Monnreh Elastic Henni IVhwers. tin' best 50c ganneut on the mar- QQn hot; elenri...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 August 1915

PAQ1 SIX TjKJE ABIUEWIi 3t!EP0RxJbR ABILENE TEXA8. U I'M I? SE1I-NEEEKLY REPORTER BT ABILENE riMXTLXO COMPACT 1022-28 North Second Street WAREHOUSE MOVEMENT. Entered as Second-Class Mall at Abi- lene Texas October 14 1903. SUBSCRIPTION HATES. One Year (In advance) .....$1.00 Six Months In advance)....... .50 Subscribers falling to receive their paper regularly tvlll confer n favor upon tho managmeht by repotting the same to the business oflice. Thone 67 TELEPHONES'. Business and Circulation 67 Edttorlal Office .. 829 Society ' 1097 or 348 (Any erroneous reflection upon tho character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation wnicn may appear in the columns of The Reporter will bo glatiiy corrected upon Its being brought to the attention of the firm). Dallas reports that a systematic or- ganization to store cotton In warehous es Is progressing steadily all over Texas with the Texas Bankers Asso- ciation leading In the movement. Ade- quate accommodations aro promised in ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 August 1915

PAOT. SEVEN tf Qraan the cub Crusoes Cure For Homesickness it By HOP" REPORTER THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAI . The Federal Reserve Act Gives' Naiional Banks ittillioriLy to act as i Executor in Wills Trustees and Etc. Not one.inan but Ibrcc are required to joint- Ij handle this class of business in National bunlFs. The Citizens National I r " "" I Notes From Various Places. i .. i i:stim vti:i Ti:triii:is sii:vr $. dim) ok fctivioo with abillwk STORKS. BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE President Nantli'iVr Viiiii I'votitc Abilene to Help .Make cl' Year's orinnl Illuger. of President J. i). Sniidcfcr or Simmons Col'ego cniulitclur of the Abilene Sum- mer Normal ami SliiitumiB Colli g" Summer School which have Just closed here gave a lleportcr representative the following sttlentent Saturday ABILENE COLLEGES TAKE HIGH MI UNIVERSITY OP TEXAS RECOG- NlZES THEM AMONG 15 BEST IN THE STATE Society Items from Merkel .. . 1 4lllll... ji luirm liurruugus aim wini.iiii root. Mr. nnd Mrs. Miss Uota ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 August 1915

Kmm ywfMwjWjBHiWjn mwmmfmmaLmmWmtWWuSZm 1AU! SIGHT THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. jMICm " aJ U111IJ1 GJT slGcircillG0 Thousands of Dollars of Merchandise Must be Sold to Make Way for fall Goods JJf jpl Ji Cir 'i I: .i i ii f "V s 14 Yards Bleached Domestic $1.00 Rest 10c quality Hlwichcd Domestic Jlil-in. wide nntt free from starch Clearance Sale price.1? 14 Yards for $1.00 i IJOur Buyers are now in the Eastern Markets buying the New Fall Stocks. In order to make room for these purchases we must clear our shelves of all Summer Merchandise. C Prices are cut to pieces in all departments. The Merchandise is New the Styles and Quality are the Best. J V 10c Quality Fine Check Dimity Sc Fine Clicck and smooth finish "White Dimity in host 0c quality; on sale Per Yard now 5c $1.00 QUALITY BLACK MESSELINE 85c. .'Ifi-in. host $1.00 quality Hirtck Mnwlitn priced . S5 $1.50 QUALITY SILK CREPE DE CHINE $1 40-in nil silk Crepe de Chine in four shades of Blue Sand. I'utly Pink lilaek ntid Whi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 August 1915

x t bikm Stni-tPMig Mtp&xtu i VOLUME XXXIII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY AUGUST 0 1016. Nt'MEHER 61. PREPARE EXHIBITS IRORDER THIEVES COTTON CROP IS Admiral Willlnnr 11. Cnperlon. VISITS LONDON WARSAW STILL HOLDING OUT RUMANIA NOT TO HELP GERMANY FOR C. W. T FAIR DESTROY BRIDGE 75.3 PER CENT FOR GAIETY NOW .""""""""-h s! 1 ?! :l farmers iimji:i to get nrsv AMI IIHIMJ IN TIIL'IR IMS. PLAYS EMILY. IMMEDIATE ACTION NEEDED Willi Hie llrsl Crops In llrr llislorr (cniriil MmI Texas Should lime Some Splendid IMilMIs This Ycnr. Farmers nt Taylor county aro urged ti gather the best specimens of farm ptodnets tlny imvi' and bring tlwin tolIie Abilene Chamber of Coiiimcrc to In uhpiI tu the Central West Texas Fair and Dallas State Fair exhibits. Tim urgent need of Immediate ac tion In thlR onse Is apparent when the fact Is considered that the rentral West Texas Fair nnd Fat Stork Show Is only two months off. Creditable farm exhibits are not collected In a day or night or fortnight. I takes time a...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 August 1915

r i U L m ' t P3 F PAGE TWO TKK AJUXJEIfE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAI. f'H WHAT IS THE GUARANTY FUND It is a constantly growing fund now amounting to more than a million dollars kept in the State Treasury to be used to repay all non-interest bearing and unsecur- ed deposits in any State Bank in Texas which might for any reason be overtaken by misfortune. This protection is free to the depositor and it is worth consid- ering. The First State Bank and Trust Co. Abilene Texas. IS A GUARANTY FUND BANK ii i i mi. Personal Local Household PERSONALS Miss lolilo McKlnney of Ifawlcy la kind and moro speedy. TJir park man has been back on Ihe job only a few daya but "a Rreat difference Is al- ready observed. drain ' Market Unchanged. There was no change In the IocjI grain market "Wednesday but lit W. T. Marsh who has been sick for somo time la reported today as being In a very critical condition. Mr. Chicago close ort v. heat showed con Marsh Uvea just across Catcluw creek sldorable 3trcngth. Whea...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 August 1915

FAOE THKM SCOOP THE CUB REPORTER Scoop's Wife Is A Good Hater "By HOP" THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. 1 MY WIFE UTJSS FUWECS - WILD POJ.E5NOUPICWEI AHTEULVtRVVHRTA Bfr0OQBroUARE HOW56RRyV(H) ARAHiHELi FORtVttEW F0RTRKIN6- ME.AVVW fOMHER.- JgT ( iiliBf tim. tmrr m J 'AUUCifWH&s- HERE'S DIVERSITY ON FARM PRODUCT J. W. K1XO RAISES 3fl VARIETIES OF FARM PROMTTS OX HIS FARM. HE'S FOR DIVERSIFICATION jllo Wants Sonic Fnrnicr to foil Hint Something That Begins itli tf X or Z to Fill JIN List. J. W. King la one farmer In the Abl.l. ' "' '"" "' "n'"1 ll""""" LfU&Wi0.be!evC8.n.l!vcr llcatloti from A to iuiu muruiiy for he raises things on IiIh place that represent every letter or the alphabet but three. Air. King haH prepared n list of the things he raises .on his farln and the Reporter IH of the opinion that it could be persued with prollt by every. i a rm cr in mis Btatu wnere iilversl ilnniinn to .inuifnn.i in unui i. .. norltv nrob I. m A;mnrti .' 7 Klnc' lPitor f inw. Abilen...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 August 1915

pAgi roui THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAI SEMI-WEEEKLY REPORTER Br ABILENE l'HLTING COMPANY. iozz-zs North Second Btrcct Entered as Second-Class Mail at Abi- lene Texas October 14 1903. sunscitirnoN hates. One Year (In advance) $1.00 Six Months (in advance). 50 Subscribers falllm? to receivo lliMr paper regularly will confer a favor upon the management by reporting the game to the buslhess office. Phono G7 telephones: Business and Circulation 67 Editorial omce 839 Society 1097 or 348 (Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation oi any person firm or corporation wnicn may appear In the columns of The lloportcr will bo gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention of the firm). UNIONgFLABEL ABlLENE'S EDUCATIONAL INTERESTS. follows- tho night that Central West Texas farmers can make money evfery year if they keep up tho efforts which are NOW being put forth by tho ma- jority. Diverslficatlbn along with chickens and dairy products to make the living ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 6 August 1915

a J ""V FREE Willi i'it Spiiutr-vwit'ht Suit of Kahn Tailored Clothes $17.50 to fSO.OO i.U Im-hvi-hi tliis -iiul Moinlnx nin wo a iv jriviny: tf ii Milts stimiiliMil mi K.YlKA pan- of panth WITIIOIT i-Iisiijc .hist pa us tli' pri't- wIk-ii you opi'ii up tin pairs of pants in it. NOTE: This offer includes Worsteds and Blue Serges. You nossihly iimmI uAww siiitou cant nltorO to miss the njiortMnijr .s 'tis li'iii- t'otl to only fJr .-one jrioagj5A-Y- He sun- nmlj'fliiii' in .Vjif'Tfr'vaiiil liu onr i.msimuv tuLi'ti- aiHlwWrrrTCyifA Mingus Bros. & Co. Man's Quality Outfitters TWO BRITISH STEAMERS SUNK BY GERMAN SUBS Hy Tin' Associated Pn-bs. LONDON. Ao:. 2. Iii'i'inun kiiUhw- r lies have sunk Iho British Bti-nnn r... I liiitonlti and I'ulBeiio. Tim crew ;.'. iln latter was saved. There is in htntemout concerning the fate of the other. (ieorge (ilbtttc-Gck. who has "n liv- ing In southern Teas fur th- past f. w years. In hero visiting hi tick timtht-r Mrs. A. II. tlliimcocfc. who I ...

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 — 6 August 1915

iv PAGE SIX TMB ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAJ. z .. " - --" ." .Ii H-..i ' i . hi "i .m . i i i in i in i in i i I J1 WW " " JAM"1 It I 5 hi i 6 m J. K. WARD BACK FROM THE MNKEI III'FOIIT.S UK IVY FLOODS IN TlIHKi: STATUS WITH M'VKI.Y ALL CHOI'S lll'IM'D. Mi AM IE CASEGOESTOTRIAL irnK Tinnris ovntifl l.i.t) ic TH 10 COM'IMl: AT SS0 UOMllY HIIIIMMJ. AIHM Manager J. K. Ward or the Misfit ( lothing company returned Sunday Homing from n marketing trti to Chi- cago. Mrs. Ward who mndr Hip Irin with him also returned They 'top- ped over at Whltewrlght on Ihelr return journey and Miss IJpIIp Itiiddh Bton of that city accompanied thmi lo Ahlleno for a visit here. At Chicago Mr. Ward bought a larg" stock of clothing and gents' furnish lugs for the Misfit store and stated that marketing conditions were good. Iln reports heavy floods In Kansas. Missouri and Illinois with all crops practically ruined. At Chicago Mr. Ward was within two blocks of the JURY IS BEING SELECTED Defendant Heprcscnlcd...

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