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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 October 1916

t V i h. gtfW DRUMMERS SAMPLE LINE OP LADIES MISSES AND CHILDREN'S COATS ARE NOW ONSALE. OUR STO0K8 OF GINGHAMS Domestics lib' sicry DInnkcts Comforts and nil staples were bought before iGc cotton was thought of so thd prices represent a saving of 20 MHt CENT. rBBHiTMF ABtt ti BT IIP T IB Bi B ''Si " T rw TH1 A1HJIK1 RgPORTIR ABILIHE T1XA. And vd assure you Unit you will be pleased with the Quality Style and Low Prices that prevail on the slocksof merchandise We have assembled .for "flic lall ol lUlu. standard quality of merchandise is shown in every department such as Bischof Suits Mitchell's Princess Corsets and Red Gross Shoes Tor Ladies. Mitchell's Suits Wool Dresses are Beautiful Quality and style prevai beautiful dressed.. The desi men Is are recognized as Beautiful Dresses show de Chine Georgette Crepe nation in the most popi season. Silk and Wool' fjto.ou to ........ . j. . Silk and WooUfnMate Taffetas Crepe-de Chine Georgette Crepe in all and beautiful plaids and and Messal...

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 — 10 October 1916

?AW THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS agBgsagsas&gSraTs wAiKaKsasKHm 1 WIHWHWH" i UirtMMimHi nih Mt9Mt wm-nw n imtnrt ifi " t ' "' flp i October 9th to 14th DRESS-UPWEEK "Personal Attire is an Expression of Personal Efficiency' October 10th to 14th C. W. T. Fair Week Make Abilene's Great Fair Greater Than ' Ever Thit Year by your Presence I Wm mftmm - t jrtUi rmmttttn i &i?$ M h tig' '- - I fi-i'iirTMi 'MMBMtMfWpa ... Abiltoie's Favorite & WWfibi2al)ressQIfi i B: 'I Ready Here to Fill all Your Apparel Needs for Fall Dress-Up Tomorrow and nil llic week many of Ihc leading stores throughout the country will lake part in a nation-wide movement "Dress-Up Week" emphasizing the nationally popular styles in dress. Drcssing-up. as hown in this movement is not one of anih It is a sincere effort to show that the expenditures of reasonable sums will make a heller dressed nation the right appreciation of good clothes the comfort they bring the sell respect you feel when you are dre...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 October 1916

M&pQtt - - . . . .i 2-i ? - a-T- s VOLUME XXXV A1I1I.GM! TIXiS. Fit MAY OtTOllKK 13 Mff. MJCMKR M. r tmmuum CROWDS INCREASE AT iOSIOfi WINS Aviator Who Thrills Fair Crowds. OF SERIES FROM A OH AM BROOKLYN: 6-2 THRILLS DRAW LOTS OF VISITORS - - i Sensational Aeroplane Flight Mag- nificent Fireworks Display Best Races Ever the Finest Free Acts Ever Seen Before in This City. With tlic weather showing a decided Improvement but atill in a threatening ii.ootl the second dny of the Central Wist Texas Fair opened here Wed- nesday in a muih larger crowd tlinn thai of tlio first day. I'lio sun shone In ritfitt flashes Wed. lie sduy ntul the weather moderated apr inuciahly. This was na expected and tlii' p.iblic responded by pouring Into 1'air Park in large and i ri'wds. to the gore of the enraptured crowd Wonderful rockets that went a mil" high nppuicnily burnt and threw out floating stars rainbow hued streaNi of mist and gorgeously colored show- cr?. of iparlci. A dummy outlined In firew...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 October 1916

THE ABILNS HKPORTXB ABIL1HK CTSA& WW " I II. I HI I i PMII MWW "'' II l " i CITY LOANS b-iiy fn fr JW ""T gy W1" PVW "f " W -.'' I . it I PAY-IP WEEK HAS PASSED Some took Tiine by Hie forelock and started paying their debt to self airtl family by opening a savings account. Many more have failed to take advantage of the oppor- tunity. Our offer to tyelp you pay the debt by paying vou 4 per cent on your savings COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY still stands. Seize the opportunity before the eleventh hour. First State C(ft. NORTH SECOND & PINE FERSOXALS ' 4 ft Born Saturday night to Mr and Jlrs. Everett Hale a fine girl. Judge C. D.' Mtms was among the visiting attorneys here Monday com- Ing down from Mcrkel. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Beauiey of Nu- gent are hero to visit their son W. 2. lleasley and attend the fair. Dr. Allen and family of Uoby "won" visitors to the Central "West Toxna Fair Wednesday. Sam Webb prominent stockman qf Albany is among tttc visitors enjoy- ing tho fair. Mr. and Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 October 1916

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS PA&S fWtJUI. -M McGill By REX BEACH. Copyright by OUa U Wood. xe THE ice wan running when Mc- GUI arrived. Had he been two hours later ho might-have fared badly for the ramparts above Ophlr choke- the river down Into a narrow chrrte through which It bur- xles snarling and tho Bhore ice was lng tho doors nnd closing the cabin widening nt the rate of n foot an hour shutters crawlea tinder the bunk and Early In the day the recorder from brought forth n five gallon keg of Wills-1 Alder creek lind tried to come ashore ky which he fondled Hko n mother her but had broken through losing his babe. i ukhT nnd saving his life by the sheer "Wait till you taste It" crooned the good luck that favors fools and drunk old man. "Nothing like it north of en men. It -was October. The last mall Vancouver. If I didn't keep it hid I'd had gone out n fortnight previously lmvo u mutiny." and the wiseacres wcro lnylng odds Ho removed a steaming kettle from that tho rive...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 October 1916

1 1 !S ) ; 1 'Uf '.??? .. ! f 1. l Semi-Weekly Reporter Bt amusxi jmtaiixa co. Entered as Second Class Mall at Abilene Texas. SUBSCRIPTION RATESx By wall only. uno Year (in advance). U.oo tB.ABH.BNg REPORTER' ABILENB TEXAS. - TELfcritOXESi -Business and Circulation......... 67 IMltorlal Office k 820 Society 1097 or 348 Subscribers tailing to recelv o their pa- per regularly will confer a favor upon tho management by reporting the same to tho business otfice. 'Phone No. G7. JSny erroncoua reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may occur In tho columns ot THE lit l'OllTEll will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention ot tho firm. fl.TUGJBBBI German diplomats declare that tho peace minora which persist despite the Kaiser's dentals are fabrications pure and simple but denials arc not accepted in tho fnlted states at full value Men who are in cIobc touch with the European war situation be- lieve that Germany is rea...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 October 1916

TH JUMLWW KPOTM; AMLOT1 TStAl "SOOP" gggR Patent Applied For. By 'HOP" rTriJfe i. i in ! ! i ..-I i i i iim.m. .. ii i ii i p hm tfe MMB . M V Slr HI Hi WBi II MM J HH HRk ff W I Jr ft Bi r A H I ABLBHHKk. BBBBBT uUbli ULK.fi Ii HHUUMTR H IN fegggeF cypit mp iji immiiuc ciuruimmv mam ii iii i 1 1 it iibiiiibii ii ii mil r i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 in i WlUI I IIU lllllllillw UllIllJllUIIUIII . bl ilrTII INNING. FIRE TORNADO ACCIDENT LIFE INSURANCE IK THE BEST OLD LINE COMPANIES. Investigate Our Record for Paying Lessts I LOUISC. WISE & SON Some Questions Answered. By JAMES A. LOWRY THE XINE-UT. Brooklyn. Johnston right field. Daubert first base. It. jMyors center field. Wheat loft flold. Cutshaw second base. Mowrey third base. Olson shortstop. "Miller catcher. Smith pitcher. I am frequently asked questions about this part of Tcxub. To answer till ot them 13 tin Impossibility but I will try to answer n few of thctiu It Is hard to make those who know noth- ing of the cllmatlo conditions of ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 13 October 1916

r J Ii ; F ! II Sfe THB ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. Texit State Fair At- DALLAS OCT. 14(h to 29th E(llHSIOX JtATfiA AMI EXTRA THAIXJVltVICE. JlJEqii f In 11 aitJ of LAMGKS'l ku ma BIG FAIR UNDER FULL SWING; AEROPLANE FLIGHTS EAC - -"-"'"" "" '-"" -m -Il.iwi-M..W11MHII MBIIFIHWI MWTlWlllWWlWWlBiWfcJWBlM"lWWWP'W "WWWWWW1WWWWIIIII ! .P...I.B.I.HPI ii . I II aaHIMCHHaB MHHMHiMMHIH II v I THIS IS Mg 1 HI- Y WEATHER CONDITIONS FAR FROM itfEAL BUT CROWD WAS GATHERING FART IN EARLY AFTERNOON; PLENTY OF THRILL FOR ALL ASSURED. LLLED EXHIBITS cry Department. ixOIIILE HACKS 'anioua Drivers. . 17 22 mid !. LIST OF VAtDEVILLE :h ever offekli) SOUTH. For Rates Band Train ScliedulcR T. & r. Railway Agent. A. P. BKLL Asst G. I. A. 4 OHO. D. HUNTER a. p. a. ft DALLAS. Want Ads PLENTY of eight per cent money to lend on farms and ranches. Inspec- tor on the ground. J. F Young Abi- lene Texas. 24-tf Tho famous big boll Row den Cotton Seed for sale. Write for prices. Ed Walsh Wills Point Texas. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 October 1916

... i -- - .... 1111111.11111.. ..... : i i .iil.i...i. ..- ni.iiin in .im . Vi i i. .iiimmu. fniiiii .111.11 ilium ij . . l ll I I VOLt'MC XXXVj jf ABILE2JE TEXAS Tl KSDU OtTOHI H 17 1915. . ttTTllElt 16k PARKER MAKES PLEA PHOHHESSIYE CANDIDATE VH'K PRESIDENCY M'hV IN NEW YORK. TO It KN IS DUE 'THANKS OF NATION Declares 1'roMrnt 11ns nrntnrlit in- (olit Millions In Happiness mill Prosperity Through Pro- greosliu J.rgNlnlioii. II WILSON By tho Associated Press. N'KW YORK Oft. 14. -With n pirn Tor the re-election of President Wl- non John M. Parker tho Progressive cnjiiliilntp for ilto U'ce-prosidc.ncy de- livered nn address hero today nt a reception Riven him by tlio nicmhors of the National Progressive Parly. "I nm not n Democrat" ho said "hut 1 believe that thntikfl nre due Woodrow Wilson for what he has ac- complished In tho shape of Progres- sive legislation thnt has been the y mean of bringing untold millions Imp- plness and prpsperUy to our people " TO DECIDE MONDAY ON VENUE C...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 October 1916

mr PAQtrwo THE ABILSHE R1P0RTER AlILIIfE TEXAS. M 5 ' 1 I 1 L'. H ! It. 2 ' i i i Some Banks Accept Business -THE- t- FIRSt STATE BANK Invites it. . ' There is a difference which the avcr- age customer is quick to appreciate. PERSONALS. CIT IfElfe BRIEFS TTfVTr'rTVPTT'F Licenced (o Marry The county clerk lias Issued tho fol- lowing marriage licenses: 3. T. Mca- dor nnd Mlsa Mae Addlngton; B. h Vnuglm and Miss Annie llreclicen. Mnrrlage Licences lssnci!. The followlJfeltccnscs to marry have been Issued; ?olm Drown nnd Miss Hcrta. Wetsel; Jim Rnyncs and Miss Toll Trtx Receipts Issued County Collector W. F Dlllard had on County Clerk J. D. Hilton. Editor b. 11. Klefcr of tho Anson latored: Crown Hardware C Western hnterprlso nnd County Claris Mericolr Ford 1184- G. 1 Ai Pl'ool wore here Saturday night vis- jfbrti overland IHSfi; W. II. ALLIES TOCHflWGE TREATWENT OF MAILS OF NEUTRAL NATIONS Reply Made by France j and Great Britain and Believed Sufficient Editor Paul Baker was among tire...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 October 1916

mm mgmg JONES COUNTY NEWS From WESTERN ENTERPRISE Anson THE ABILENE REPORTER ABH.EK1 TEXAS. ' "- - ' ' " i ;" " I " 'II I 1 .ii m- -.fcl 11 11 iiai1l tiuMM.. n miifcn - 11 fc 1 jK H Prisoner .lumps From Irnin fthc proltfbUlon of the halls will dam- Ilnjmond Davidson aged shout 11 ago tlie owners to tho extent of $5000 years under Indictment here on a Walton t). Taylor of Waco represents charge of theft of propertr of a value the applicants In Judge Clark's court of over $.0. made M cscapo by Jump- .Indgp Clark uranted n temnornrv In- Jng through the window of n With'.ut junction in the case which will later vauey tram near j-uma a stauoi' w tried on Its merits. The fact that north of Seymour last Sunilaj nttet- two of the high courts of Toxas have noon. The prisoner was In charge of t ruled In opposition In this matter adds Deputy Sheriff Tom Hudson. Mr to the interest tr the proceedings The Hudson rame in Tuesday night and supreme court of Texas has held that reports Uiat ho Is una...

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 — 17 October 1916

insurerm11 i w. h 1 K. Pi in FA4M t0OE i nrtfiii'i ; THE ABttEtfK Bf OlttfeR ABILKHg TEXAS. Semi-Weekly Rejtfr te JIT AB1LEKS rSKTIXa CO. .-. t- i Satercd as Second Class Mail at Abilene Texas. SUBStTUFJION KATES t By mail only. One Tear (in advance).... $1.00 TELEPHONES! Business and Circulation......... 67 Editorial Office . 820 Society ... 1097 or 343 "Subscribers failing to recciv o. their pa- per regularly -will confer a favor upon the management by reporting the same to the business office. 'Phone No. 67 A. i '"" ' Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of nny person firm or corporation which may -occur in tho columns of THE RK 1'OIlTEIt will be gladly corrected upoti its being brought to the attention of the firm. TUESDAY OCTODEIl if 1916 s England proposes to rdund-upM the t boats. John has a Job on hands that will make his hump. Tho Central West Texas Fair was a'u bucccss from the standpoint of enter- I.J tnlnment and good exhibits. Thoso' who at...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 October 1916

PA 01 ftft THE ABILWfK Bl0TgR ABILEKE TEXA8 IHQT DrACIIfCII-Shipmentof Ladies' Coat Suits 01 Q TPE dUd I If LUCIWLU. Values to $30.00 on sale... O I Qa I V We were fortunate in receiving a special purchase of Ladies' Suits in excellent quality of Poplin Serge and Gaberdine made in the prettiest styles for th season These suits are splendid values in a regular way to $30.00 we bought them at a special price therefore place 50 Suits on sale choice for . $18.50 III 3 fAltinaf if Iim Rlfl tnis storc soId Simmons ancl GhrLstian college their Ladies Uniforms--After comparing suits submitimf By different stores III 0 lifUIIIICllllv OIU as to style quality and value this store received the order to fit every girl in both schools. ali Ladies and Children's Sample Coats at a Saving of 1-3 Jkndsmdni&GdsQ iiW Ladies' and Children's Sample i Coats at A Saving of 1-3 11 --P------------i--------- n Dt4!y-----Pi Mitchell's Suits and Wool Dresses are Beautiful Quality and stylo prevail in this a...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 October 1916

TH1 ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. ? t ! if 1 t l M fi liWTUrfll'Bii!HTWiriII!KIIU!IinBI(l shoes made the first day ki 4. - uiiiuiiuiis a 3 i Good Shoes for Every Member of the Family. a 5 MmmmmmmximtmvMto AWARDS AT CENTRAL WEST TEXAS FAIR Agricultural Department In tlio agricultural division I. D. Duck former county farm demonstra- tor took first prize of $!io and O. D. Mcllroy was second with a prlzo of S25. Thoso were for the best and most ctinplcto exhibits in that division: Following were tho awards; Rest plate apples any variety first D. D. Loving Clydo Texas; second. M. C. Council Clydo. Rest plato pears any variety W. L. Harris. Best plato peaches J. F. Counts Clyde Best peck Irish potatoes Henry Her- man. ' Best ten pumpkin yams 1st H. B. Carter; 2nd W. B. Hollman. Clyde. Beat Brazilian swectpotato II. A. Smiley. Rest Beets Henry Herman. Rest follow string boons Henry Herman. Best one-half dozen egg plants Hen- ry Herman Rest dozen tomatoes 1st Mrs. Fred Yandebark; 2nd Hen...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 October 1916

'i- MUPBR W VOI.IME XXXV. iiiii-m tfkis miim oitoiihi 20 mie. ational mm or SEASON occurs in the cotton market lT-nr. " "nr rr vr i r - -. i "-"" ElS-BISHf I ib sTjurr 1URDER TRIAL Al MSOI THURSDAY KILLING OF J. 0. EVANS SEPT. 14TH ONE OP MOST BRU- TAL MURDERS IN HIS- TORY OP TEXAS. ri - Special to Tbe ltcprter. NHON Texas Ort. lsr-lipu tin sprcinl term of district court coin cues here Tluirxihij nioiiiitip t ID o'clock flu. ftntiii Ivtf Hnv Siufn u rP. Itluh.m .... v ....... ...... . -. ... .. ....... rhnrKid tilth murder Mill be called I io.' trial . tpcrinl centre of "." cillcns of the ci.niit has lici'ii summoned mid nlimit CD nltncucs from I'lilier conn- i hum liccn subpoenaed. A mniihor -f character witnesses from Scnrrj count). Mlicrp tlie defendant resided with IiIh famllj lutte nlr been Mini- inoncd. IllsUop mi Indicted nt n special term of tlie district court of Fisher county on Frldn) September -! nnd the case transferred to tills county for trial. Defendant 1 charged ult...

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 — 20 October 1916

i !" l K I! ' I .' t ; T l'-t e. PAOBTWO if if f Soinc Banks AcSeiit Business -the- FIRST STATE BANK Invites it Thcrcis a difference which the aver- age customer is1 quick to appreciate. THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. t ' T'SS! - R. E. Davis has returned from a bus iness trip to urownwood. $ - cm sews briefs ' Train S Honrs Late Due to heavy rains on the west end t t. - .-..van - ...- !tlo eastbound Sunshine Special of tne 'W. Vi.nV-t At rr: ;:L" u" f8 & -. due here at D:l5 a ncss visitor In Abilene Tuesday. j Mack I Wyatt whq spent two or three days at Dallas this week ha returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Schultz are nmonf m. was eight hours late Wednesday Licensed to Marry. The county clerk has issued the fol lowing marriage licenses: Seferlno HUES DELIVER NOTE TO GREECE VICi: AftHIKAI. I CIIAKGK Or' AXOLO.FHEXCH II.F.fcT UK. LIYEHS NOTE. - u the Abilene citizens who are enjoying -Slanoros and An'.ta fadllla; C. L. Eoff (ha QiaIa VTVat.. ... fl.lta... I W. Cnko Mlngus retu...

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 — 20 October 1916

PAGE THREE. TOWN BACK TO E8 4 4 IffiL AGAIN EW POSITION POPE TELEGRAM Forgetting the Price You Will Remember the Style! tf VEBt LITTLE IiVII)Err LEFT THAT A .HOST SITCKSHITI. FAIR CLOSED I.AHT WEEK. HKhST nn'KTKn POSITIONS FH03I TELLS PA MIKES VT KHHASKA i OEHHAXK ( HOMME FIJONT TONS THAT DKUUCH.VTS HA VE Wt AT SAILLYSV1LLLSEL NOT IIELI'KII lAIMIUM. EVERYBODY IS' SATISFIED REPULSE 1EUISCIIES TEXAH'S iSSAGE THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TE&A8. FRENCH E HUGH READS ;- : ... a ( ; - i p TlikfmPv'-' DSBmJMPCfMirj r Secrefnrr Issue Thanks Jo Kicrvone iho i-unirii)iiiPd 10 Niicccss or Central Vf4 i TcxuH Fn!f IPWlt It f I v W bRANDEGEE KINCAID & CO. CLOTHES. I . ' n i - H - - -- - . i I JUTM 1 Tenlonle Army Made Ilrair Assault on Request of Henry Pope to President Monday there was Utile Sign tit tho Cfiitral West Texan Pair which olosort here Saturday night after a five-day session. Tho town elided hack Into tho usual channels without a jar and there are no ragged edges so common to...

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 — 20 October 1916

FAM FOtJB THE ABILEHR REPORTER ABILEHE TEXAS '4 ' M 1 " W t-j ! N M " ". ? i j K1L I ' I I1 I J 11 j 1 1 t S$mi-Wefckly Reporter H ABILENE ritLNTISG CO. fcatered as Second Class Mali at Abilene Texas. SVBSCniFTION RATES t By mall paly. One 'ear (in advance) $L00 - i .- - TELEPHONES I Business1 and Clrfculatlon 67 Edltoriaf Office . - 623 Society 1097 or 318 Subscribers falling to reeeiv e their pa- per regularly will confer a favor upon the management by reporting the same to the business office. 'Phone No. 67. Anerrpneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may occur in tho columns of THE HE- I'OKltEB will bo gladly corrected upoa its being brought to the attention of the Jinn. FltlDAYt OCTOBER 20 HUG THE FINE RAINS. Central nnd West Texns have been blessed with copious rains and In con- Ei..iDiipo iiin farmer will sow a largo acreage to wheat and winter oats with the result thnt winter pasturage will t.- -!.. If. TViiia tho ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 October 1916

pa as wm Commander of the U53 Headquarters For College and High School Boys mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmkmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm NEW PRESIDENT THAWtLENK HEPOKTBR ABILgNj TXA. F'ARKLR t wrt ELECTED PKESMENT OF FIKST STATU HANK OF ABILENE BY lURETOOItS MOM)AV. IS AN ABLE' BANKER lias Keen In Abilene Country Most of Lifetime Served lit Parlous in. pnclllc In First Stnlc Bank Zfr (fuptaln Hans Hose commander of Saturday. Ills .action lias brought tin I -.-5 or the German nnvy sank at about Btrnlnod' rolattoiiB with (3er- Icnat k perhaps seven BtcamcrB many relations more strained than nt oti NantucUct lightship within twen-any time since the sinking ot the Lus-ty-foiir hours after he lpft No'wporL itnnta. 1895 In that year ho d f B 2(sOXU WtlZK W1NNEHS AT St1! SS 0 Shs- CEST1IALWK8T TEXAS Milt SPANNELL TO GET ' ASSISTANCE IN LEGAL DENSE AT ANGELO SA.V ANGELO Oct . 1.C Informa- tion lias been .received hero that the people of Harry J. SpannoH's home town Hnzolton Pa. are going to In- terest 'theniselves in ...

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 — 20 October 1916

1 FAttfeSIX THE ABILEHJ5 REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. "SCOOP" Sorter There's a Lot of Squirrel Food Running Loose in the World gV "HOP" ITS AM AttTUdi.FAlT "mAT HrMJFTH'PCOPUL TOO tMEET NOUJftDAX S T-tal i ' i i iiiiim i. ii minni.niwi ffglfg H Ei. R&11 filJVX i . ') f " Lm. t't-.. Mj'n ' X '("AM t UPLIVAIS.f- 'm&um h Vii.irso'rv i-iii-r...." -9r sw a t - xwiatf-BYirfG r Mt I i?m a "; V it ! v i Sv-Owhut'- vCNkT v cufecf Maaaaaat m T irvl ffJ&S vtrM II -U i k v. I1W B ." iMB IL.f WiSKi. tMLrmM jm "": - t ! t H f 1 it i I 'l m p"li ' " " " " ' '" " ' " ?.!!' V "'J ' ' """T ' ' ' ' ''''"''' ! 'ii' Vl - . nnnnM madkpt FIRE TORNADO ACCIDENT LIFE INSURANCE IN THE BEST OLD LIKE COMPANIES. Investigate Oar Record for PayUg Ltssts LOUIS C. WISE & SON COUNTY VALUES AT $14328835 AVERAGE YALCE M' ACREAGi; i?Sl7j LAM) VALUES TOTAL J7:S2I5 THIS YEA It. AN INCREASE OF $179065 Lnml anil Lots Lend Willi Two-TlilnLs of Total Vnlno; Collector ts In Ury "Recopthe .Mood" ow. The total value o...

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