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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 September 1916

FT A-iU- Men's New Fall Suits of All-Wool Materials Serge and Novelty Patterns $15-00 THE AIILEHI JUSPOUT ABILEHX. TIXA. Boys' Suits of the Better Quality 2 Pair of Trousers With Most Styles Wc will appreciate a comparison as to values in boys Suits as we prido ourselves in the quality and styles of these suits. Boys' Suits with two pair of trousers priced from UQ Cfl $3.30 to - flO U Hoys' extra trousers priced fl)Q flO 7oc to .1- J UU Ho.vh' Mouse mid Shifts priced CKn .)()u to - . - - UUo Hoys Pnioii Suits for Fall priced '. ' CKQ f)0o to - UUb Boys' School Shoes ' For Fall we have bought nothing hut thy purest leather Shoes for hoys: this means bettor wearing shoes'. i Hoys' Scout Shoes priced CO Kfl .00 to $C. UU Hoys' fiun Metal Shoes in Hutton and Lace Styles (9 Jfl priced !f200 to . pJ UU Hoys' Caps in the all wool kind R0 priced ' JUO Cotton Hosiery Offered at Same Prices We have assembled flhe most complete lino of Hose this store has ever carried and 011 account of having...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 September 1916

Tri AJULKhlB KKPOfcTX AJCtiJCrllfc. TXXAA H Mm4Ummniht mi lull i iiitwHiMiiiiimiiiiin)iiiil) i liii inlaid MltaiMlHtmiwmtrmjitmtwt immmlMi ilmiii i mt uwiiiifiih.ii In n i. unnii iitii -nriFnn in if ' --"- - - - MMMMw.WiJnrfiMMjMMinniM mtffWfchllnlfc I I h miilMMiiiiwwwfci in TRADE TRIPPERS COMPLETE TRIP liS. R. MARSHALL HAS BEEN NOTIFIED I -x-jA New and Stylish Stetson That Men Like Immensely RECEPTION AT HOME WAS WARM AM) TIHE1I TRAVELERS "ERE W.AI) TO UET RACK. MIRTI II. OLYNN MAKES NOTJFL CATION SPEECH FOR VICE PRESIDENT PlitS. WILSON IS DEFENDED JMAl StX This Fall's Latest Shapes For Men and Young Men . ... .... . It's the Feature HAT From the Stetson Line of This Season. 2 A remnrknbly prneeful mill dressy lint with .lust the - touch of ifmnrtness that nil like to see in these young Q flf) feeling dnys. In the new colors nnd black pt UU Other Fall novelties in lending makes in the for (JJQ 00 reet Fall blockri nnd new colors nt -V J UU For That Boy of Yours You want his clothe...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 September 1916

gimi-tPietUg ftjepwctj k 2tbitetie yomme xxxv. ABILENE TKXK iiUDAY SEl'TEMBEU 25 1910. SSI GREAT BATTLE IN PROGRE EASTERN RUMANIA WEDNESDAY Germans Get Foothold at Advance Points North of Somme But Later Ejected Italians Driven Back By The Bulgarians in Macedonia. rims white F.sqrnm GHOWIXl IHNIIOMSY ? Tin" win- stlWilion yns .sintinnirieil by tho Assoeintoil Iiss ns follows AVcilncsilny : Diti'iiiiincd iittiu-ks by tin liormmis lust n'mlil against llu-I'lf'iu-li positions north or tin Soiinno kuvo tlicin a foothold at soiti iiflwifirrtl points but they wet'' nftorwhrtl.H i-.ji'Hol aerohlinn to Mw ofl'ipinl statomt'iit. issnt'ti by tin Kroin'li war offii't todny. Italian troojH on tlio MiU'iuloiiinu front have been ilrivon bni'k h the Hnljjarhins who oci'iipii'd four vlllnfjes says tin orfii'ial statement today. In eastern Kttniiinni along a new battlo front on the railroad from Coiixtaiiztt on the Itlaeh Sea to 'lV.er N'avoda on the Danube a jrii-at battle is In pronrcKS the statem...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 September 1916

AGE TWO THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. 9BE m . i i r ti ' SEND DELEGATES TO RURAL MEETING Jl'DUK OVKiWHINEU WILL HKA TAYfOIl rOl'NTY 1)EI.K(MT10X TO 3IIDLAND XEETINO. EL PASO 10 FT. WORTH drcnt tllgimnj Will Toucli All rrln ctpnl Points Itctnccn Dnltitg nnd Ilordor City Interest In (he 1'rojcct Grows. Efforts will b0 made to have Abi- lene nnd Taylor county well represen- ted nt the meeting at Midlnnd on Tues- day September 2G to discuss the El laEO Fort Worth and Dallas Highway. County Judge E. M. Overshiner ltns been named chairman of the Taylor county delegation and will select the other delegates from this county. Mem bers of the county commissioners' tourt will be urged to attend. Jones is a trustee of Simmons Col- -i- enjoying a lete. . v mends. PERSONAXS- Mrs. Austin Gimdy and children cTr mrs "BIEFS returned home to Oak Cliff Wcdnes- .......-... - 1 dfty morning after ft visit hero with 1a InrmA'a nnrAnta Air nnri Airfl ' iuo luiiiivi a ti iij . ... .... acatIon with Me...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 September 1916

Out of ; The Nieht : By REX BEACH. Copyright by Otis I Wood. : M T I II Kit E Is but one remedy foi your complaint." Dr. Suydaui settled deeper Into bis chair ".Marry the girl." "That Is the oulv DieCe of vonr tim fesslonal advice 1 eer cared to follow. - Hut how?" I "Any way you can. Use forco It nee. essary. Only marry ber. Otherwise I predict all sorts of complications fot you-melancholla brain fag bankrupt I cy" . Austin laughed. "Could you write me a prescription?" "Oh she'll have you Hob. You don't seem to realize that jou are a good catch." Austin finished buckling js puttee before rising to his full height. "That doesn't mean nnythlug to her. She doesn't need to ninko a cntch." "Nonsense! She's Just like nil the others only richer and nicer." (Jo nt ber as If she were the corn market She won't bo half so bard to comer. You have inntlo n nauio for yourself and n blamed sight inoro money than you deserve. You nro young--eotiiiar-i ntlvely I mean." i The elder man stroked bis s...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 September 1916

paoi roum THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. WjMWIIMjlp.4 mfmmmm 1 II. M K 1' ! iV L I 1 k B. L' U u 3mi-Wcekly Reporter BI ABILENE FRICTIKU CV. ii ii i w i a I i Watered M Keeona CIm Mmil at AfcUwxft Tex UtVCRIPTION RATE: Br mail only. One Year (In advance)... ....... $1.00 telephones: BujneM aed Circulation . 67 editorial Office 89 ioclaty w 1087 or 48 Subscribers falling to receive tholr pa- per regularly trill confer a favor upon the management by reporting the tamo to the buBlneaa office. 'Phone Ho. 17. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of kny person firm or corporation which tr.ay occur In the columns uf THE RE PORTER will be Kindly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention of the firm. KKIDAV. SEl'TKSrilUll Ii I J G. CENTRAL VEST TEXAS PAIR. .lust now the big job ahead of Abi- lene is the Central West Texas Fair. Every citizen of Ablleno should do all In his or her power to make the 1916 fair the best over held In this city. The amusu...

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

Tkm mr. nrJmMMw4MM ii 1 i yMtmvmj- GERMANS ON IHE OFFENSIVE WILSON ATTENDS 25TH SESSION OF LiLUIHIMW rap Hpwnanmm R THAT X AL Iv SISTER'S FUNERAL SIMONS IS BEGUN rivi: Nn.KNs.ivfc tti kj in iiamimmm: hi:im isr.n hy TUB Itl.S.SlANS. niKSIDKM' STM)S M1T1I HOUI 1IKAII AND TEAU-STA1NE1I rT. AT (lltAVK. Sl'I.KNDH) l'KOUHAtt IS ( VHHIKI) OtT TUESDAY MOHXIMJ UK- OINNIMi AT! 10 O'CLOCK. THE ABILEME REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. $25 Printzess Coats Special at $15.00 Tonionow you will find us ready with n splendid collection of MPBIIfTZE8S Coats in stylos tqo numerous to permit of minute description here. The materials and workmanship are excellent; the jackets havo all thoso smart features which distinguish current tailored styles. Svcry fabric th&t has proved popular for Fall and Winter wear. These coats would ordinarily sell for $25.00 but owing to our special purchaseVyou may tako your choice for $1500. BUL6ARS LEAVE M0HAST1R LARGE CROWD WAS PRESENT MANY STUDENTS ARE HERE i AlltiiiK Dispatc...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 22 September 1916

PAGE SIX TttE ABILENF REPORTER ABILENE TEXAH iift Ni i MP4MPfcMaM ( l u: kit I - t- i GERMANS LOSE HEAVILY IK ATTACKS IN THE SOMME KEGIO FRENCH GAIN GROUND HfiAR CLERY AND BERNY ANE HAST EDGE of DENIECOUR1 1200 PRISONERS AND TEN MACHINE GUNS TAKEN. SWITCH Monday th wnr nituntlun was sum marled by Uio Associated Press as fol Tows: The flermnns lost heavily In nn un iir"esnful cttfitprattnck north ant' - utlt r.r the Sommo the French hold- i ig the ground recently won and made nirther progress hoar clcry and Bertij nd on the eastern edge of Dcn;ecourt :- Minting to the official statement s- ued by the French war office today. The Trench totk 1.200 prisoners anc in machine guns. Denipecnirt !n now completely enclr t 'id by the French. raiFffliiii STAFF Fl By Associated Press. I.OMKIX jScpl. l!h The German srtal general stnff has Ijcen moved from the MOtern to the eastern front according to n Heme dig. pctcli to the MS IreleSH I'rcst todny. PA. GUARD TO RETURN IE WHEN N. C. AT ENGINE IS...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 26 September 1916

VtHBKR 77 VOLT MP WW. IMM-.M' Tl MS Tl FSftlY SEPTFMlirll 2B 1MB. NEW TANGLES IN WILSON STARTS HIS CAMPAIGN 8 TEXAS TROOPS CROSS BORDER Woman Operating Machine Gun on Airplane. "VILLA COMING TO DOUGLAS" TOWARD BAllPAME E AITIVKM OPENS lYMPAION iii:.ni:Tio TO TIIK PRESIDENCY MM V01 NTS WHO Sl'RKUl R1N PORT III IM1 Hill OUT RY SK. ( HUT SF.RVKI! VM.Yrs Ulltl'.ST OK MRS. HELEN EVENS Al.Li:vi:n -uiik" t vislh tikii hi i:. iolloweii .mc(Kss oFKiimnr RVMIO0 MII.E KR0T- (iKr.itUiiiu( wiisH. FOI! ark rnu:i ito nv ir.icrs. A(T01IIHM TL REPORT H USTUt BRITISH ADVANCE BLACKMAIL DEFENDS EIGHT-HOUR LAW Answers Rcpubltcun CrlltcNius llli Scllh incnt Arrangements Made I'or Speuklnir Hull's for President of By Tho Associated Press. I.OXO BRANCH N .). Sept. 23. Piesldent Wilson actively opened his campaign for re-election with n Bpeech heic tulay replying to tho Republican criticism of the settlement of the threatened nnt'.on wide railroad strike. With emphatic gestures before a large crowds assembl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 26 September 1916

3HB9B PtEBgg qiaC-A-Jg-jay. mL. THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. .ift Jl."Xxnc:yi!i)mj --i'jn iwnwwi'ti'i'i'iw i n' wiinirftiinrr"'- PAOl TWO I 10; A jraJi into nd TIj peril deep this fruR enio; otha then upo; not beat VISITOR ENJOYS OLD SAN ANTONIO ABILENE WAX IMPRESSED WITH lYOMlKRFt'L VA11K SYSTEM OF ALAMO CITY SAW If MOMS TOO RAISING FONDS DEM ATS . ... - . . . . . . ..--..a.ix..a..h4iJJi 4444 i'TrTT'rTTi'TT'-T. . . CITY NEWS DBlEFS !.. J.J.J.Xill.AllJblllllllll lT T T -- -r -j- " I'iflccn Tlionsnmt Men Look 1'rcltr Big lint Would Not Furnish Fod- der for the Kulscr nt Verdun (DY GEO. S. ANDERSON'.) sinff forresnondonco: SAN ANTONIO Tex. Sept. 23. One of the striking things about ban ah ?150.r0 AIJIEADY OIVEX IIEUE TO HELP GREAT NATIONAL UAJ1- PA1UN NOW ILN EVERYBODY CAN GIVE Any Amounts Will he Rcccltcil; Jndgc J. M. Wflgslnu ns Chairman lor County Submits First Report PRSONAliS. Miss Mahel Collins of Mcrkol was Antnnir tha vlaltnr.4 here Friday. i- h vsr&ss rclurncd fro...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 26 September 1916

PACKS THREE GxvKe5ala.v5i "3DVvev Shocks "Ko Completers Our Style Review Friday and Saturday brought enthusiastic crowds. The beautlf ul displays the New Styles the Large and Varied Assortments and last but not least the moderate prices prevailing throughout the store were all subjects of favorable criticism. This store is emphasizing its suprem- acy as a Shopping Center for Central West Texas in bigger and better stocks authoritative styles and lower prices. Rapid Selling in increasing volume tzfr&a zzi ior epremoer is the best evidence that our efforts are pleasing the buying public. Come in this week See the new fashions and the broad assort- g ra?.y in l nis casern Diea nere tor your inspection and you'll catch the enthusiasm too and join the throngs of satisfied customers that are saving money by con- centrating their shopping at this store. THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. Kris rtea rw " i li-S - j itt B V.::iW sw? v.m Tiiis showing will express authenti- cally every tr...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 26 September 1916

AaiFtant ABILENE 8EMLWEEKLY REPORTER SEPT. 2 1916. Oil EX ITT(T THl iOP hr to I "Ho ay tl MIow 3anU .nts liswe liort a! T lOtllP I) a It I rice ocko srmt avo ' Hat alns. icrs ntl a ig ft Tlu Ibcut And 1 llowe lut It vlt r.fo n IVcBt. knd vhat tonvt "mail IVhlli cptj Tl I pert dee tlliH Ifrui enjc 3tb( Itbej lupo Inot I Uea K Semi Weekly Reporter Br ABILENE Fnrri2S6 CO. 9atntl rr Qecond Class Mall at Abuuna Tcxm U1SCRIPTION RATES: ' By mall only. One Year (in advance)... ...... J1.00 telephones: tjis'neoa and Circulation 67 Editorial Office 828 octet 1097 or 34 S Subscribers falling to receive their pa- per regularly will confer a favor upon be management by reporting the tamo to tbe buelneafl office. 'Phone No. 7. Any erroneous reflection upon tbe character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which tray occur In the columna uf THE HE PORTER will be gladly corrected upon tp tvfng brought to the attention of the firm. 0D MWWWAAAAAAAAAM -N TUKSDAV. SKIT. 2ll. 1010....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 26 September 1916

fjum fir. THK ABILENH REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. K2 '1k .. i: urn " .V M Jb.&W J P . . -"V- vrf - " - XX IVJES3E' 1K WW DtV.-vvjk AX ul Yi'-?T!rs "ll JV . t "W WVlT "v.. VA Pf-?. 4 fiV.. -i -. VI .UhOi i--vV Tv-X ?V V f 1( ty ) l fs&s 9F tii gggHigflkk 11 ulG3BiBl Jj 1 1 HE ' wM iBBiiA Ifek 1 1 iTTivl I gggBv viggggggggggggMggga 1 1 WmBm ' (I 1 v 'MF -tiy3i iitiiiiii ii ii nmrir ii ii iriitt ivmj x. Ha Hw sv!qsv exclusive noveiiiewrojiii jmmwB III fill fenlarqev&auffStoejacforie& Jjj niiMntnRiHwaiiRiqnvvMiinHHvvarci IfetaHMnaflMAsettWlMMMMMMMMHM Mwpyyff1 " a- AOVtViKevoer SesTkOT QuaYi &wA oev Wvtcs ivvs S0Te Ss DoxViVvuq as"UeaTs"OoYume. Jkndetmdruwedsm 11 ! I I ! ! I'M I III IB Cotton Hosiery OKered at Same Prices W liavc nssctiilih'il llio most eompluto line of IIusc this -HtoiT has cvor cnrrii'il unci 011 account of having boon boiitflil early tlji jirieos aro the same BOYS AND GIRLS HOSE 10c PAIR. Sizes 4 to 8 'l2'iu flood values ehilil 1fln i-ns black Il(J3e o...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 26 September 1916

! THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS PAGE SIX 1 T i'i e: " t iTTf TH :0I pmj to riic ay t Hlow 3ant iswl ion al lotlu i a i rice ackt irm avc lint alns tcrs nd I igt Th Ibcu llncl llowi lut 1 vi fe i IVCSl knd hat lonv Irani IVhll feptv oun he ha ho wo iwal CI1K tood Bl ory Iko ago ilac nca ros iow bo fhe rha lind cold At 1UC eoi lm c llisa Inee khat thei rtil lino bio t T Iper Idee ItiiU Ifru snj atb tbe lupfl not Ibea r 1 ; IS It 1! f! p 1 i mmmmmmmmmmKBBBmmmismasm f Copyright 7916 A. II. K.lrclibuia Co. 'DBHMHMHHiaaBHHHMBMMMHHaa mj-OXiUJJu jjjt .jaumuAmix. - u iixul. JgUUIMlJWJLaEIWlUfcUJBWJtiJ-L'Jjllt WAen f Should Be $20? U would violate the nronriolins n advertising to say "$2(100 Suits at .$1 .").()()" and yet as a matter of fact it's the truth. HjHt ttimpnrTsntf of Siiif-vnttlp.s fls?vhere yottnvlll' agree with ts tliftt nfi better suit enn be fouiut fli .-j.20.ftn than onr speditT ni ?l800. The qupstioli then K why-ahrmM this store soil clothes of Piitl or bettor fpmlily at...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 September 1916

fatten VLtnatttt VOLUME XXXV. HBimnr in HELL ATTENDED ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1016. NUMBER 78. N LEADERS CLAIM he SI 0jmwttteekln IWi"WWIWMMWWWMMWMi s -r ' -- r -. im di.Lf.(Uts:h ntmi (oivrirs iiltnlkn pout iioinu i ' Kit FA SO r 1IIIII.VM) I INTEREST WAS INTENSE .Shackelford niul Cnllnliaii omitj Kuril to llinc a Route on New ltmd S Tiij liu founts '!' KJllt'S Attended. MURDER HI PHIUL BELIEVED TO HAKE BEEN CLEARED By tho Associated Press. PHILADELPHIA Sept. 2.Tho BASEBALL RESULT Uy -portal Leased wire: MiInoiii)aH (MinPM v mwxs I . ! Al Dr?tnn: 10 Innings Soorr R II Niw York 2 R Dotn n 7 ) 1 Shocker. Fhnwk"y and Nunntnakr-r Walters; Shore Maya nnil (fitly Tlmv BRITISH TAKE MANY PRISONERS E .1001 TO LtMlO ('IPTI'IIKD iH'IMXi a. nuiiTixJ ov Tin: sinniE MOMlVY AND TFKSDVY About two hundred delegates from counties along niul near tne Texas & Pacific railway attended the organi- sation or' the Fort Worth to El Paso Highway Association nt the meeting hold In .Midland Tues...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 September 1916

PACtt TWO THE ABILENE REP6RTER ABILENE TEXAS. - i - - ii ITT Tf w tnnj w "Hi lay blloi 3 an' lfrt law iort al loth i a rice ock irrn avtt lint aim ier nd Tb Ibcu -lurt I OW t r fe IVcb Lnd vha fon fma .hl sept outi ho ha ho wo iwa .hi bow Bt 'erj Ike age ilac noa ?eo Hlsi lne iha th rtil ill 1 I per de thtt Ifru otfa the not be ) INTERVIEW WITH HARRY SPANNELL AtPIK MAN TAKEN TO SAN AN- GELO WAS CORDIAL IN MAN-. KEK TO INTERVIEW Ell PERSONALS- :. W. O. Pope was hero from Ovalo Wednesday. Ed. Ferguson of the Ovalo section was in Abilene Wednesday. Hay Johnson citizen of Ovalo was here Wednesday on business. Jack Roes left Tuesday for n bus- incps trip to Cisco and other points ! CIT1' NEWS BRIEFS Installing Fountains. The new sanitary drinking fountains am now being installed at the high school building and will bo put In list4 this week. Hail mid Rain at Haskell A. A. DuLanoy who returned from Haskell Monday reported a heavy Miss Estla Uornard visited relatives hall nnd rain there Su...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 September 1916

THE ABILENE REPORTER. ABILENE TEXAS PAGE THftEl. . . I! m . BASEBALL CALENDAR. I mmm I(fr l 14l4ll i. H 'lf 8 i AMKniCAX LEAMIE. a 'J$&&Ti&0?- i ? CAPTAIN HARD KcmiHs Tuesday. No games scheduled. Wednesdays Schedule Ifr Washington at Philadelphia. Now York ft Boston. 4- Only gamus scheduled : Stnniltne (If Tim Cliilia. YTB BE ATTRACTION AT THE OCTOBER FAIR FEATHER RIVER CANYON lit- .T A. Carey t:tj nnd ft !ia teim lihovf 1 .from lop tq fanffom of y. digging away the aid" of ttrr riiffitntnln mrt llrcso ftnc ritlie maeltftiwy nfflkft swsh a den: smoke that at a illslnnr It looks like a vol- PinT eomtnir home from my trip of einn ami at times you cannot see the over twelve thousand miles and swing mountain for tho smoke. .My son wa? the people of our town ami talking hero In 1913 and Judging from tho pm. with them of my trip and telling them gretrt they are making It will be prob- chout toming through Feather Rlter ably l!t30 before the mountain will b r.myon along tho old...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 September 1916

PA01 FOUR ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER SEPTEMBER 29 1916. 01 E) ITT Tl Inn 1 "Hi iay Mtot San !nt lisw lort tal botli a Iric ock arm ava Hat aim iere nd is 1 To Ibcu lind llow lut r Ind vha Ima IVhl kept oii he ho he wo iwa khl roo & orj ike )lac nee irol iow vh( klit fhi nd ?ol A 1UI 00 IIP' lsi ie ha the irhl ill ar the sra ntt mc 1 ?er iec thL fru eni 3th Ihe I up not het i i i Semi-Weekly Reporter BY AIHLE.NE 1IUTLG t'0. Entered as Second Class Mail at Abilene Texas. SritsritlPTIOif KATES: By mall only. One Year (In advance)........ ..$1.00 TELEPHONES! Itj'rrq and Circulation C7 ltf'lorial Otflcc 820 Soctty 1097 or 38 -- Subscribers falling to rccelv c their pa- per regularly will confor n favor upon the management by reporting the imme o the business office. 'Phone No. G7. Aiiv erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any prrson firm or corporation which may oecur in the columns oil THE III.- imi1 v.lt win tin clndlv corrected upon it3 being brought...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 September 1916

PA 01 TITS THE ABILENE REPORTER ABiLENE TEXAS. 3 i : The Stampede By REX BEACH. Conyrfr'at by otia I Wood. tt FflOM their rnjitago on Iho dump the red grave! of which ran' tiso n raw pear down tlio mountain Bide the men looked out across the gulch nbavo the westi cm range of bills to the yellow set-; Ung sun. Far below thorn tho creek was dotted with other tiny pay dumps of tho same red gravel over which men crawled nntltke or upon which they labored at windlass. Thin wispy of smoke rose from tho cabin roofs bespeaking the supper hour. They had done a hard day's work these two and wearily descended to their shack which hugged tho hillside beneath. Ten hours with pick and shovel In n drift where tho charcoal gas flickers n' cfithllo flame will reduce one'' artistic keenness and together they (douched along the path needles? nllke of view or color. As Crowley built the fire Buck scoured himself In the wet snow bo- Bide tho door emerging from hH at lutions ms cook. The former stretched...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 29 September 1916

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