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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 August 1915

ifHE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. PAGE THI1 ' '" " . ..1 . I Personal Local Household ' I '!' 'l. 4.4.. county ami hr roports all crops lnd ly damaged by the Into rains. 4'4 Will Spauldlng of Midland spent Friday In Abllcno on business. Mrs. Tom Mitchell visited bcr aisle r Mrs. K. K. Proctor nl Winters. Miss Clara Hilton of this city Is vis- iting Mrs. Hallman at Clyde. . Mrs. W. S. Hubbard !ins returned from a visit to relatives at Marlln. Mrs. Rube Brewer and two children of Haskell nro born visiting bor friend Mrs. II. C. Mains. Mr. and Mrs. John J.'O'Mally are siinmiiMii the rcevK-eUd Willi TTIoiUs at Mortal. Miss Ktbel Cbcsblro returned borne Friday nfternoon from an extended visit at Slirpvnport and Marsbalf. Miss CIicssIh Kstes of Clyde Is In tbo city visiting bor brother Dr. J. M. Kales Hen Hardin of Tuscola was hero Saturday visiting bis brother Floyd Hardin. T. Malcolm Dobbins of the Mont- gomery Drug Co. 1ms returned from ltoscoo where ho hah been visiting for tbo pas...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 August 1915

tABl FOUJt OP A AD THE CUB REPORTER Notes From Various PERSONAL AND SOCIETY ITEMS FROM STAMFORD STAMFORD TexA Aug. 2x.-P. -Hastings manager" Tor Swciison Bros left Thursday of this week for Knn- bbb City where he will spend a fev 'lays on hnstness. MIbb Mary Peunington who has been visiting Miss Mary George of Albany for several days has returned hoir." J. C Haskew spent Wednesday ! this week In Haskell. D. II. Johnson of the Stamford Dry Goods Co. of this city Is in St. lidilt Mo. on business. Mrs. II. 1. Kdwnrds has . returned from Alva Okla.. where she has been o na visit to her mothefc. W U. Shelton of Konawa. Okla. t4 in the city visiting his brother. J. T Shelton. Mrs. Ferguson of Corpus Christ! I in tho city the RUwrt of her aunt Mr F. L. Gray and her cousin Mrs. 1 0. Keese. Mis'? Mattle Harrlsop bus Teturnrd from San' Francisco where she In- been attending the Panama Exposi- tion. Rupert Crabb lias gone to Alpine where lie will be Violin .Instructor t the scliocl at that pla...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 August 1915

EAQEFIVB Days Sal el A Wise Thinking MOTHERS PUBLIC SCHOOL OPENS TUESDAY SEPT. 7TH EHSSHzaRHJOEBraaz THE ABILKICE REPORTER ABILEHU TEXAS. 1 show the '- W Proper - ' Consideration for their CHILDREN when selecting . . thin new" S EL z Waukennliast Jr. '- Thr lau that fervc room i or fivt toe No rv.i! ho trrfo J iniure the it ex. Vo Thomas D. U'oorf o Colum- bin Unlverjtty says! 'Ose million Khaot cMU'f n In the Unllf J Icim bate ilml toit Jtotf (!n (ot 01 tone . morfmtc dttamitf i"tog noo(b tolnttr die l urn (it in Willi ffillh." Or Exnns In the Chicago Tribune ' JitfSt "Oct million w Joel tMMits are ista i top (Mouth lit itiI4 lufipuititri. lintfi4 In IK" r rnnlnc caMcilr ia4 us- ' cumlanaMr Utfxtr i-in.lna.iol Ibllf Hill." i rt--l "!' Heavy St oak of New Goods Bought For This Sale I.ibcPiiI prepiH'alions lime been nuuJc i'Uv supplying the demand for opening of schools New slocks olTerifig llie iri(Vl standard of ciialily at lower prices await your selection. We invite you lo visit ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 August 1915

e TMX ABILIWX REPORTED ABILTNE TEXAP BAffltlX GOVERNOR S ARE SESSION WWHW 8 THREE CAR Colored Top Boots Rule 1IEOIV FOnt DAYS MEETING AT ROSTON WITH URGE AT. TENRVNIK TfEsnVY MMHunmi mmmmmmmm MOLDING Jtm tf JjiLjf - Tlio sinnrt Fall costume lins it short skirt anil dainty footwear is necessary The bonutirtil two tone effects such as the style illustrated patent '-button hoot with huff cloth top arc much in evidence among women avIjo know. This Style $3.75 to $5.00. The Vogue Tins model comes in either patent leather or dull kid vamp and either black or colored tops. "Wo have on display a number of the up-to-date color effects in a wide ranjjp of prices. You are sure to he satisfied here. WW: Bffl.i:i-J:JHAftffTTttTri 6eu& ! n& inytopics.be discussed Prppnrcilncss Mr War One of Matter Which Will lie Taken Up. Eighth Annual Meeting of Exccu tires. 100 MAROONED SAVED FROM FLOOD SPECIAL TRAIN ARRIVES AT M' CliELLAXn ARKANSAS TIHUS- DAY MORNING. MANY BARELY ESCAPED Other Towns Fl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 September 1916

he 2tbileti Semi lUeckln fUpjMAer .VOLUME XXXV. VHllxKNK TKWS PHlDAt MKl'TEXHElt I llfl. MMfBEK t& " llW " ' I " mi iimii. niiiim ... SC i J& r ft ; i iv: FARMERS H FOR CONVENTION Utv. S I SPLENDID Ot'EMMJ SESSION 01 THE CENTRAL WEST TEXAS r'AllXEUS iNHTITlTE. FINE TALKS ARE WAUL President C. A. Doose Presided; Wei' conn .Address b) Mn)ur hlrbj With .Judge Fred t'ockrvll Responding. The'-nttendancovipon IheTlrst semi umiuut convention of the Central Went TexaB ttarnicra' Institute which met here Wednesday was not Very autitfac. lory but what vtas lacking in nutii- bj'ii was more than tnade up for In enthusiasm. Only about fifty attended tho Wodner.day morning ncsslon but more were there during the afternoon ami- u much larpcr rrowil In expected for ThUndtiy ttfq second and last duy Miles HlmnelB count furnished the largest delegation the or six au- (mobllcn hating born employed to bring the farniorB from that section The farmer met In the count court rrtom at 9r:iO and were ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 September 1916

ACM TWO TMM ABO-MO! MFOJtTI AXUJOXM TMXAB. Old Gua&l Sore at Hitchcock's Prominence SAN ANBELO GETS 1 5 C: For Sale! Two story home on Clinton Ave- nue known as the "Hoyt Lacy" homo. This property has recently been improved and is in an excellent condition.. Price $5000 on reason- able terms. Good 1 1-2 story house on Elm street known as "T. C. Weir" or "Fe- lix Jones" house recently painted and papered throughout two lots. East front. Price $3000 good terms. -5"" " New house (just being finished) on Elm and 0th streets East front. Price $2500. Good terms. Good house on' Hickory street a' bargain. " - ' See us about these properties! ' GUARANTY Trust Company fcaMBwyMMt J Gedar Posts? YES a TAYLOR COUHIY Now is the Time to Order your Suit of Clothes I am Prepared to Take Care of Your Orders FOR LADIES ANP GENTLEMEN Clean Press and Alter any kind of Garments Phono 835. New Fall Hats $1.00. PAUL THE TAILOR Better Clothes for Less Money. Wlllt Ads WHEN In the market ror any class of...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 September 1916

THE A1ILEHE REPORT AUXIHI TIXA. r AOK TH ' Ml- I I iti.t. I' f - M. WILSON GOES BEFORE CONGRESS (Continued from pago 1 ) only. but alio Hip condition or lalor ". "..L" ;...". ':"''" n.Vl'R .or L.OAAJVtr.rnrri j under which tho mm worked and the operation of their rxhtlnr nrrnncp- Sent wUI. U.P railfoaX w 1th 2- tlonn to report tlid facts as tliey found i.. - i. l ... ..... '.II. UH'lll IU till! CUIIgll-ai 111 HIT- CiirUCil possible day but without r'nmen-'p': tuition : nnd that after the tact l.nd hecn thus disclosed an adjustment should In son orderly nm.irtpr lie sought of all the .armor now loft un- adjualed tiPtwopn Uip railroad tnaim gors line -prtltlon nf the I and tho men. . - in1 . "' ' " "i ...;:.: V .. iwy ray'' r''.v " r Hoy linlwppi. 1'roposnU rUo IlliUnjr of cTonrl. ablPd to dual will tJ ma m.d vnr- "" 8Rf f !.al"' 1S l0 n'U ' !" l "Tliotp nrouoiplfi wore exactly H. lntii .1. il. ' . "?"y "."'' . n wvrnl ran tr-ts one ot all inn .p rn- It is Itifetpstlns to note wit it ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 September 1916

us worm JipiURKJi SEMI.1YEEKLT RErOIlTE II SEPTEMBER 1 1916. Senu-Weeldy Reporter CtaM mk m UMcmpTioM hates: By mall only. jPne Year (In advance) l.0 TCLEPHONRt: Bmfness and Circulation - 67 JMHorial otflca 828 totteiy s 107 or 148 itics. Bnbacrlbers falling to receive their pa- trregularly will confer a favor upon the management by reporting the Mok to the business office. 'Phone no.- ( Aay; erroneous reflection apon the character standing or reputation of ny- person firm or corporation -which icay. occur In tho columns juf THE RE PORTER will bo gladly corrected upon Ha being brought to the attention of the firm. I FRIDAY SEPTEMIJKR 1 IDIO. ids perhaps true ttint Mr. Hughes lias decided by this time that he can- not hope to carry Texas this year Ex-Oovernor Colquitt says lie Is'quftt's falluro Is found In Um efforts 1-.J TU C-.. Pn..M TWt Dn1!.f proud of the fight he made It is good he made to secure the German vole of 11 agglllg 1 11C UUjJJl C111C LUM1 1 1XJIU A v 'u "" luiuvuiiii...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 September 1916

paok nvr jBf g Railroad Chiefs Oppose Pres. Wilson n Strike Talk. wmmmmmmmHmHmmtwmwmmrmmmmtmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm IMMataaMMHMMmiaMMMaMMMMl MMMAMMMMMHHMMHWMMIMnMMIIMIi Presenting Mew Fall Styles! I teSMrtnMsMMMi ajMiiiiiuiii'iamiu M.mhiMuMmammmmmmtim KrfkMtahMMNdMMUMaMyWliMlMkMB i ..fcii... . -.TW- Mach day we receive express and freight shipments of the Very latest creations in women's wearables. Visit us often and acquaint yourself wftli (he authentic styles. THE ABILENE JtEPOETE. AlILKHE TXXIA. r iili1 !liJMJJ!W&irMUJZlUMM.frV-MlllwtoiintiviKi "! . i i Jt ' . . ' . .' 1 J . J- x : tf il.. I. ... !r I". iv il ? It. I L-Xli1i'RA ' L&K"' . tfiJJrtofiUC MOUDfiN TA)fFAX HARRISON LGUS;Vtf. rHlUU A ggSg-ff .!l-.:a?iegyVrArwAr :h.Iw Ifrro arc three preside nls or great railroads uml tin- representatives of tin greatest system in tlm country who oppose President Wilson's sug nested settlement of tin- railroad Ktrihc problem. Mlinlut Loo assistant general manager of the Pciinsjlv...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 September 1916

s& THT. ABILENE REPORTER. ABILENE. TRXAB. iTiWiwtJR) WBh i: c !-B t i 8 Kf D M h t I! f b a J 1 c ii a E a E 1 a rl q ii ti q w p ii q ! t i c J E 3 i t t c t f f The Verdict of ; Faro Mountain By REX BEACri Copyright by Otis U Wood Jj THIN bluo streamers of smoke wero rising ln the still nlr over tho snow covered Igloos clus tered nround Chief Joe's low cabin 'while on every roof curled shiv- ering "husky" dogs seeking the faint welcome heat of tho stovepipes. Al- though tho dazzling sunlight reflected II .!? !.! . . . 11 a brighter than tho eye could bear yet (hoBUcnt cold bit deep and the snows !S!S-S.ndlT!Shonr!er tho dry sand of tho seashore. nuui uiiica ui MmiuiL-3 nuuu ;3 Buckhurst nnd Thomas had mnrkexl. tho strnngo nrchltecturo as the work of somo $trnndcd white or roving trader who wintering hero In years past had built a house of logs nflcr tho fashion Of his forefathers nnd they lashed their bleeding dogs up tho steep bank pausing before tho door. ttowllng curs swarm...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 September 1916

in .1 i mi 1.1 j i li I Hid' .in iiimu. i iii Inn i iii in iiiuiiinmiiiimmi mi 1.111 m u 111U11 i. 1 1 nil 1. 1 aimiiui 111 111 1 1 1 I nil ii.muniln YOl.I MB XXXY. VHtLKNE TEX IS TIESMY HEtTIMIlPK IMfi. M'HIKR U. RDER RES E A EIGHT ON BILL " i . STRIKE 0 JED; RAILROADS WILL if HK 1 i WILSON FORMALLY CAMPAIGN FOR HIS RE In Acceptance Speech at Shadow Lawn Scores Republican Party Upholds His Foreign and Mexican Policies and Commends Administration. By The Associated Press. LONG BRANCH N.f J. Sept. 2 President Wilson today lormally opened the campaign for re-election with a speech accept ing the Democratic nomination in which he characterized the Re- publican party as a "practical and moral failure." He defended his Mexican policies recited the legislative achievements of the ad- ministration and declared for a "big America." The President left Shadow Lawn at 11:00 o'clock tonight for Washington City to renew his efforts to finally settle the threat- ened nation wide strike. He did no...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 September 1916

TMM ABILKNS XIFORTXR AlUJPfK. TMXAM. NEW INSTITUTION OPENS TUESDAY SOME THRILLERS. FOR COMING FAIR LINCOLN FARM . BE GIVEN NATION RUMANIANS IAKE Puff yoM5 way into the T POINT joys of Princg Albert! FAOX TWO ? cprr!ri3tir7vS5 IMPORTAN ff BnBBZEmf 4 M . . I: .' 1 E H U ALRUARY NT roit L PROPERTY Sisters of Rhine rroililcncc Willi Jtcroril for Establishing fine 2 9 Schools Hne Charge of acw institution RY V. II. WRIGHT Z Jlrinrtincnt of Publicity Chamber of w Commerce J St. Joseph's Acudotny the latest edii rational Institution founded in Abltcne will be open for public inspection to- day and the first term of school will begin Tuosduy morning. Tho academy octuple? the. building formerly known as Cooper's School for Hoys. Pros pects are flattering for 11 to bo one of 7 the leading educational enterprises of the city. Since the Sisters of Divine Provi- dence secured control refurnishing and . repainting has given It an air of thrift and efficiency. l-Motislvo renovation has been made t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 September 1916

THE AKILENE REPORTER AlftJUt. TRXAJI. PAQX THREE knnnMaM PEn.SOXALS. 4 !: . Mrs. G. H. Mr-Cnuley wtmt to nallae Snlflnlny fflr a visit. Mrs. Tom Odor and children bavo returned from Market. .tnlin Morgan snmt Friday fright with frlomti nt Merkel. Dr. Matthews went to Mt. Pleasant Saturday on business matters. Hr. R T. Lawlcr Is In thc'rlty vln- idtiK his son . W-. Jawr. 3. T. Tucker was now from the Merkfil country Friday on business. . It. Johnson returned Wednesday from a. visit to Mineral Wells. "Mother" J. .1. Clinton went to tlalnl Thursday for a visit with friends Mr and Mrs. Will Guest of Aspor- mont nre here Visiting their son Clo Went Guest. Dr. O. L. Woodall n prominent pliy slelan of Goree was a Visitor 1:1 Abi lene Thursday Marshall Hrndflold left Friday morn big for Cisco where he will spend the rottou season as classcr Morris Holt hns gone to Georgetown Where he will enter Southwestern I'm Verslty for the coming term.- F. I Hell has returned to his home at Center after...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 September 1916

AOX FOUR AniT.ENE SKJUWEEKW JtsrojlTE SEPTEMBER 5 1916. t t f ir r.i r i I I r1 If k I u lr li :! Stemi-Weekly Reporter If ABILENE FXIKTIlffi V9. - - .. ... . atere m frecoafl cmm Mtl at AfcfleM TftXM UBKRIPTION RATE: By ttall only. Ono Year (In ndvnnco). ...... $1.60 TELEPHONES! Business and Circulation 6? Editorial Office 829 tociety --- 1097 or 848 Subscribers failing to receive their pa per regularly trill confer a favor upon the management by reporting' the ame to the business office. 'Phone Ko. 17. Any erroneous reflection opon the character standing or reputation Of any person firm or corporation which tr.ay occur In the columns of THE RE- PORTER will bo gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention of the firm. authorities imposo Iho penalty upoi persistent violators. There will then be fewer accidents and nlgut riding win oe ireo of one of its tenors." Routine. No better advice can be given a young person entering life than to tell them to fight shy of rou- tine ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 September 1916

PAGE FXV fi 100 PER CENT INCREASE IN BUSINESS m mi August 1916 Over August 1915 To Better Quality Lower Prices and Newer Styles we attribute this gain. Our steck of Coats and Suits ofter the largest selection of more beautiful garments at a Saving of 0ie-flc. THE AXILKme REPORT. AllUHOt TXXMA JIB i vl-wi rrmrPm 7 -w- . 'rXfM m''$3i t:;mwm rmrrym'hm tiiK rcimubin Zjy-mymw- '" - -- ' fihS Mitchell's Silk and Woolen Dresses Now on Display Many Ladies Have Purchased Coats and Suits at These Prices. Tlfis wily of Ladies Coals and Huits lias been grontci' than we expected but those who were going to need a suit or coat Tor this season and have seen these ganiUMitsauo talc- ing advantage of this opportunity to savjJlTE-THlUD - AVu purehused tho ynlirfflfllni'iie hue of Coats of The Ciu- einnati CMoalcfciWflTit Co. and are offering lite line at ns saving. . Indies Suits in Values to S30.00 v Choice $1875. A fortunate purchase enables us to offer the Very best '. ipinlity newest styles and m...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 September 1916

rnr An.r.wB reform jurtLMn TEUM PAQX SIX Like a Mirror These Youthful Suits Accurately Reflect Styles Approved By Fashion for Fall rs; A goodly srlprtitm of these irowr-sl Fnshioii fovPml irnrmeMs is rcndy hero for oiir impi-elion. -. TJiereJa-iL3yidc.Yiiripty of jnodHs fnliijw mhiI color. Hreon tlhiPR HrottiM Ortiys IMiinuTSSTNlvyTBlin IfflnnrT" Amffiifc the Jfiwoml materials. Hrnmleinl!tr dnlirmHiiP Pop lift rtiitl Fttiiqjr CllHn re proliiiuent Suits tlmt arc fur triminwl voHet tri embroidered; frtnpy t'tit "'s lul P'pJ tronie Styles and styles niiiservMtive; nil charmingly new. tlmt are absolutely 1'or pni'nJcnts of tins mipirior tin. iriiiiu u'nlilrl hi' liiir I. nut III prices' will Unfit surprise nut SADDLE AND HORSE FAIRBANKS IS i i ifnmcl braided or ftnilol'd sttiN-x fitbiitos Oftt art .wif fonf Mt L'ftfHI ..(Ii. JK... ...:.. i i i.;. u . ll t W.irjl IMI I1IIUIII lllinn r m li lfl niir liiixli'tl r I di'Hjiyfuu f Ar ff i r 4$ix r i . jt i 0 tbXsTt tb2!o(Jc umohrd f T Ablltne...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 September 1916

? n VOLl Ml' XXXV ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY SITTEWHKI Illlfi. NPMIlP.H "i RESIDENT WON CONTRIBUTES mm ProminentSuffragetteandGrandchildren BULGAR - GERMAN EFFORTS TO -INVADE RUMANIA ARE FAILURES B2.5QQ TO NEW JERSEY HOSPITALS OF COME i)e SUxUen ttkekbi mW tMEMIWBIIiaMBMWWpwWMMWMBWWWWWqiW INT s 1 : h r? it ' Check Received to be Divid- ed Among Monmouth Co. Hospitals Wilson Gives Sum When Owner Sum' mer Home Refused to Ac- cept Rental. 1 i - lly Tiro Associated Press: LONG HHAMII . .1. BcpL C- (niKrt'SMiiiiiii TlKUiUiH J. Scully of tin' Third "Nevt Jitm1 district uniiuunnrt todit) tlit receipt of ii cheek for sfc.VI'iiJ from President Wilson to he dltidcd unions the Monmouth county hospitals In accordance with the President's m?rceincnt In accepting Shadow Lawn tit his summer home The President Insisted on contrlhlit Iiiir the sum to charity when Colonel t'lcciihiit the owner refused to itc- cent rental from the President. ' Aith.ivsAs i.u:rTi:.iyr aum'sito At little rock NATIONA L mm SUF...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 September 1916

WW. lWltt....nfAf ?AW TWO TXS AJULXKX KIPORTIK ABILXHK. TXXAS. i hill ' i ' MT" " " ss Wlfv. AW nHh w ft Kinth nil. I These Blouses Symbolize Individuality. Tlli Tlt'W Cenrgcite ("l effect: color I?Ii' Also it vi'i-v atiiati lil lie black or tan N f'ur ititliiierv Seel play cf tin J't-v Myliali irtutful .mi l't of sour elioUe large ami variiil e lp inUHM'F III fill III ii ami wane irrieeti t ireutioit in tiJ-orvrette (M- trirso! iff--.flrictl j- ew Autiunn Huts. ion pit " ut:a sufi'is'm'' Milmierv inr.I.x lints I n'vv yr- C tXif cVc oh v ill M'l'ifcv foiiml ollfftioii r-'to .. istincnjfe Fall Autumn Fashions Make Their Bow The 'first of Ihc new fushiuus for the com- ing season are here. McDavicfs is in Au- tumn cost ume and the nole of nuLumn is reverheralini throughout the store. Each seel ion has striven to surpass all former ef- forts and presents a delightfully fresh crisp new display of Millinery Suits Dres- ses Coats 1 Mouses and Shoes which Fash- ion has decreed to he the cor...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 September 1916

m TWB ABILENE RIP0RT1R AHLITO TXlAf. WILSON IN All ADDRESS like Unjoin and Washington n ly. I rftl Amrhanq. Hit no man ran " typical wlio la no vnusual as those great mfn were. It Was typical of iitieTfran life that It should produce-) such men with supreme Indifferent" aa to the manner In which it pro! lltAAll 4f.. .....l .. M MAAlltlll 1..... I .. " nui.tii mum aiiu in iv.iijliy ui'i e iii this hut as amidst the little circle ct cultivated gentlemen to whom Vii- 0!' MY. Rinla owed so much In leadership and spkvks at i)KnirTinx (OhS FARM AT HORdENYILLE example. And Lincoln arid Washing KKXTITKY ' ton were typical Americans 1u the uso they made of tholr genius. Rut there will he few such men at host and w. will not look into the mystery of how and why they come. Wo will only keep the door open for them always and a hearty welcome after wc havo recognized them. "I have read many biographies uf Lincoln; I havo sought out with Hi' prentest interest the many intimate stories that are lo...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 September 1916

mtw ABILENE SEMWEBKLy REPORTER SEPT. ? 19i6. I I M III l. - !! nmw i im " -TT" . . 1 ' s 1 Sumi-Weekly Reporter MR WILSON ASD THE ST1UKE. Mtre4 m lecoaa &1m Matt at AMteoe TeXM Eriehilds of the President may cflti ; else and say hat they please but the cola racts are tnat there was no striae and Iho only reason there was no Strike IS WOODROW WILSON. He Itold the .people ho would prevent the . disaster If It was in his ppwer to do t ' eb tjnd ho mado gOod. Republican UltCRIPTION ItATClj Spellbinders Will have a hard job to convince the people that r! man with By mail only bovvers of leadership which Mr. Wll- One Year (in advance) .......... Jt.00 son possesses should bo removed and a man of Mr. Hughes' type put in nis TELEPHONES: .. 6? place. President Wllsoh Is the best educated man the United States has ever called to the Presidential chair. He has a trained mind surpassing that Flnilnnu mnA nlrrnlntVnn Editor!! Office - 823 'oi any man in nubile life. Ho has not octety - 1087 ...

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