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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 26 June 1918

Whium i i nil )t ftttlene tJOukin ftejuvtar voLuaii: xxxm. ABILENE TIIXAS WKMKSIUY JINK 20 11H8 M'MllEU M . AUSTRIANS IN FULL RETREAT BEFORE ITALIANS WHO TAKE 45000 PRISONERS GEWCRAL STRIKE IN AUSTRIA OVER F 00 REDUCTION J'Sign the Pledge on June 28lh. Titouuu: in ihtal Mo.vAitcur ex. TKMUXJ HXS MUNICH IMS- patch to zruicir. STRIKERS DEMAND PEACE Vlcnnn "Workers Want Goicrnmrnt to Offer 1'paco Kegollutlons al OncowFoiid Shortage Is A r iito. Ily Tho Associated 1'ress ZURICH Switzerland Juno 24 -Tho Austrian troubles aro extending according to a Munich dispatch which pays tho strike liaM become gonornl. LONDON Juno 21 Strikers In thp Vienna factories have nuulo n demand that tho Austrian government show Itself ready for a general peace and Invito the enemy governments to enter pcaco negotiations says a Hague dis patch. LONDON Juno 24. Meat wcok foi Germany Is ri possibility of tho near future according to Dr. Miller under- secretary fpr food distribution says a .Copenhagen dispatch w...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 26 June 1918

PAGE CCWO KHE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS i k t . 1 I Sign the Pledge" on June 28th. - - . ' H ' I II: YS f&r-r-Tr.TCU? -Hfs7T7 . v. . jw h ' Ar iv wBMary: & 1 i5 . I ' V.t jKICff vz.pf I n .. x " -saj. xwv . s. . t-.tejr vhe w"' " I C22 I Help Bring His MasterBack by Doing Y our Duty on National War JJavings-Day I This space patriotic itllv donated by the 1 FIRST STATE BANK 1 ABILENE TEXAS I II PERSONALS Mrs Klojd DaIs of Dallas Is -visiting Mrs G B Moss Will Young left Monday morning on huslncsa to paints east Miss Klla Cox left Mondav for Fort Worth. Wr a visit Vlth hor sister C A Iloulte mado a bulns trip to eastern points Monday morning. Ouida. Gertrude 'ftd Nell Mo are visiting frionds and relatives In Wioh- ita Falls. J U Warren enlnlod with th Laughter I hdsrtakfng Company herefthe aviation reserve and has been au for several months loft Sunday roorh ing for San Angelo to report for army Borvicc Dr It T Hanks after a viilt hern wl(h relatives left Monday morning f...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 26 June 1918

-( THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS PAGE THREE 1 &s AfieeV oi Gw ftvxwe Sae Brings buying opportunities you should not overlook. Season- able merchandise of best style and quality underpriced for this week's selling in practically all departments. r (OS . jy fix I UyJJ. ' MoJ.4J4 I I ' V- THRIFT STAMP' FREE WITH $5.00 CASH PURCHASE FRIDAY JUNE 28th. National "War Saving day Friday June 28th wo will give one Thrift Stamp with each $5.00 cash purchase made at this store This means a net saving of 5 per cent to you and a good opportunity to Btart a new Thrift Card. wi Mt. "WATER SPRITE" ( j Bathing Hints for Indies and misses. A dip v i in Uio Nat or at the Country Club is a pleasure id one of these fnvorite.nll wool Suits. Price $350 to i $9 50 Caps 25c to . $1 25 Also bathing shoes in white blaek nnd fancy stripes priced at from 05c to w --. 90 pr. Let us show you tjieso new suits and acces- sories. y IV7 z T JUNE SALE OF SILK DRESSES A beautiful lot of dresses all in the now s...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 26 June 1918

PAGE FOUR THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE. TEXAS ABILENE WEEKLY REPORTER Published L h Wedtiosdav At Abilene fcxa nt.ra4 a fUanid aUi Mill at AbUeH atere a. BoA.O.t Malt at AbU.... SUBSCRIPTION RATEU ONL VI Alt tin Advance) . j of TELEPHONES! Builne and Clreulatloa ...........1. (7 oiionaj uiiki ..... ......... W 1WT Or III .5talS5fi??0?irUiSorKJ.Au.tfo.a.rniani. all of which is on' management by reporting the. sumo to the bualueu pfflc. Theme No (7. Aar erroneous reflection upon the charac- ter; standing or reputation of arty pirtioi. iirm or corporation wnicn may h mlnmni nf THE UK I "OUT K tiVnb roughtto tadljr corrected upon Ita being brought me atteaiioa pi too orm. Member of the Aiaoelated Prete. IHp liny 1'or bllcne. As was expcUed. SnlnrJa. June 2 was a big day for Abilene The con- tract for the new dam on Klin Creek seventeen miles above Abilene nus awarded to H C Low Is. ami work on tho future Water supply for this fast growing West Texas city will be be- gun as soon us arran...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 26 June 1918

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS PAGE FIVE BELGIUM UNDER THE GERMAN HEEL ' ' ' ' '" " ' L CW-. jerP-.S - tM.1 ' ' " '' -i Pavsvry&fosy o?y&p& S&&C ? .ttje?? V Ofrofi-psr ?&? & dfwey?. SUjyr"S' rC" ?r Gcj&o' &? ?sy&t &fvhf cy?r7? HUMILIATION FOR BRUSSELS . liiulirss ami ut her door I found two 1 Cathedral was almost battered down i awed wlfo could not danco very well nil haven and unkempt aciitlnels And. (rubllHlied by special nrrnnRfmout while doubtloBs not barbarians smell - wllh the MeOluro Newspupor Syit '" very much like harhrtrjnns They illente C'oiotiRlit 101S 1y lltnlid W'liltlock. under tho- (Ulo "Memo- ries of Belgium lTpdrr the Gorman Occupation." A)l rights resorvejl Copyrighted In Great Britain Coh. ailn and Australia. All rightM. re- sqrved f or Krnnee IJolfiluin Holland ltal. Spain Ilimmand the Seandl uavlau rnliiHrlcit) The Baron u or I..inKcn had dropped In that evening to lllcpilre uboiit UIIjhOii wjio'two days hdforo Jl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 26 June 1918

I. GEsrx (THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE jTEaEABj i i t i !! j n 1 Sixty- One Circus Performers Die in Rear End Collision of Train in Indiana Saturday 2 Sixty-one ' I dd ami 17s 1 1 OAny. Ind.. Juno 22 perrons are khbwn to be arc In hospitals In Qary and Hammond tonight as n TOmilt f a collision nt dawn today between an equipment train and n Wallaco-Hngeiibarh cltt-us train on tho Michigan I'entml railway near hero Virtually all victims Were members of the circus Twertty-nlne bodlci all oxropt one charred beyond reccgnltlon havo boon placed In Gary undertaking establishments lonlght Other. have been taken to Hammond Tho equipment train of 22 Cars to- tally demolished three of the circus coaches and badly dam..(jd a fourth Many circus performer" well known throughout the c6nnt ere killed ort wounded According t imports to lo- cal authorities the circus train pulled part way Into a switch and stalled there on account ef a hot box. The circus train was In this position when tho cQUipmont...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 26 June 1918

- ' 4 THE ABII ENK REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS PAGE SEVEN GQVERNOR HOBBY WIS HEHETUESDAY sent tho stnlq prohibition law nnd t woman suffrago. ' (JoTcmor Hobby. Oovornor Hobby said In Dart: "Lfadlos and Rcntlcii.cn or perhaps prpjudlco In my heart nor soul again putting It horo. 1 say to you pooplo honestly and plainly that I bear no 111 feeling towards your city nor is tlioro a tiling in my heart that would lo p -TZT NOT FDR SPEECH I should soy fellow citizens slnco tho causo mo to not troot you (air jvomon of Texas now have etlual "I catue to the Governor's office In rights with the men: I nm fclad indoed a tlmo of general confusion and dJs- 10 uo poro anil deeply appreciate tho order. I camp In on a storm hit the ItECIiAHBD THAT JIK HAS NO ILL . FKHLINU TOWAHUS AlULtXE. FAVOltS A. ft 31. opportunity to como In contact with the pcoplo of Abilene. I nm glad to como to Vour rltV nt litiv time hut I am particularly pleWd to como hero nt this time I look Upon Abilene as trail of a hurricane...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 26 June 1918

PAflK I5IGHT THE ARILENE REPORTER. ABILENE. TEXAS Men Welcome the Economy Offered in Our Summer Suits Shown at $8.50 $10.00 $12.50 $is:oo i HiMT ni'e four Jii economy proups of fine JigliMvHght Mills ff tho liot months in nil si-tt nml models' for IniMi rttitl nlil)jf men. Look the town over and you'll not find thrfrvfttttl in fabric ijHnlily tniloriuK. smart M.lhig nnd nrtuil Vnlfle offi'wl for the motioy A Kmit nMortmont of np-1n-tle stylos fnbiips nnd pt- lorns in I'Alnl Jiriwhts Cnislii and Trdpioal weight WoJBti'ds. ill liUf and dark colors plain nnd noVelty ui'HM'K Suit tlirtt fit tlio figure AVitli an niry grace--almiit Hie liliti-Hi coolest proposition n man can wenr when tlin ni(;renr is mounting into the nineties'. Langham-High Suits Designed Especially for Young Men Nowlly woolens in luUitlsonio patterns that jouhr nion mlinnv nnl lli simirt styHtiir tlwit ditches his fnin. A aiweiftl value at 1 r-$24 50 Save and Invest for WHAT TO DO WITH THE KAISER IS ANSWERED BY A NUME...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 3 July 1918

AWLENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 3 1018. NUMBER 27 rf 7i; vr TELEGRAPH AND ALLIES IMPROVE GERMANY'S NEW POSITIONS ALONG "PEACE" TERMS VIENNA POPULACE CELEBRATING THE "GREAT VICTORIES t -INdTALY" RUSSIANSTQGET BE TAKEN OVER T VERY "GENTLE" h' MICHAEL IN MANIFESTO SAYS HE CONSIDERS IT JUS Rl'TY TO VSAYE RUSSIA. PRESIDENT ASKS VOH AITIIDEITV TO TAKl; CHARGE OF DOTH ENTERPRISES. ASIDE FHOM ARTILLERY ACTIVITY AMERICAN FIIONTS ARE RIU TOUTED IJCIET. ONLY WANT JIIMTLSII FLEET AND .i lULLIO.N 1NHDMMTV ANB FEW OTHER THINGS. VOLUME XXX11L GRAND ASKS UUA PHONE LIS TO 1 i i i . . : . . . . i f '' (Oonrrtrtit inn BrJohnT MfOutcbwui 1 FROM UNDER YOKE WESTERN FROM t.f' .4 'i fiX jl IS Germans Take Tabriz and Arm Pris- oners mid C'oIoiiIsIhIIoIhIioiII.I Olio Up the itlucl Hru ricct. Ily The Associated Press. LONDON July 1 Qrupd Dulco Mich- ael JS reported to hnyo Issued a inuni- r(U)'iiylni; ho considered It his duty to restore and regenerate tliq Russian people HO asks for tho peoplo to overthrow tho p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 3 July 1918

PAGE OCWO BTHE AWNE REPQfiTgR ABILENE TEXAS! I! 2s Aowr TXtow You iusltro your home mm your your mpiioyt iMoiioy uYponiU'il in this Hunk is. niriuiuU U) by out' tn-intf a ini'iub ANTY FUND SYSTEM Texas. -Thu btulk poys tho premium. M3. 5. S. ai TAvtIvI 3vvs& SaU T&a& PERSQNftLS ouo mora flight. Guy McCarty loft Monday morning I Ed Knight Of Tomato was In the for his ranch near Odessa. ' CtJ. Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Anderson Miss Virginia Hardy of llrownwocd spent Sunday at Roby where thef vls-8 Jn tlio tlty visiting Mrs. H. N. Hick- Hod Mr Anderson's parants. man. Miss Hazel Klofer who Is attending. Miss Ida Wdbb has returned homo Draughon's Business College apont latter an oxtutidod visit to Waco and Sunday wltli lior parents at Anson. Fort Worth. ! C Shulor who has boon in Abi-j J"lgo Veal nnd K. Stockor of lene for sovoral months has roturh-'Brcckenridgc wore In tho city Wod- cd to his home in Snydur to Visit rolu-. mwday on business. Uvea and fr...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 3 July 1918

ffe THE ABILENE REPOKTEH. ABILENE. TEXAS PAGETHKEE -.Lbb1I1IbBBBBb1bBBB- yMHHMN ii j a vBbbLbb Our Efforts (To servo !Are Metier in lower Prices 'tin Essential Of FHandard Quality Ellll lWMW II IIIMB ! . IMM.MW.i.MiWWiMWwyilllll II .DISTRICT BUD I TO MIRE 18 i. MONTHS 10 GET ! PUSSES UPON PI BIG DAM READY! APPEALED GASES U. C. I.Gwls successful bidder for Tito Local Exemption Hoard for Tny- .tho 131m Creek dam construction vjlll lor county received the nuestlonnnlrcs begin about tbo mldrtlo of July thojof five registrants whlcli wcro return- work of gpttlng everything ready to "1 Tuesdhy by the District Doard tor becln the work Ho wllnrect novoril lho Nrtllc" District of Texas located uegin uie woik. no win erect Bovor.u Fdrt Worth Action on the cases Duiiutngs ai mo ijuo including cenmnt waB ns follows: bouse tool ailed and tha l);e. Mr'. Lewis states that It will take about eighteen months to Complete the earthwork and the concrete culvert be- neath tbo lam. It will then take an a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 3 July 1918

PAGE FOUR (THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXXS J. ABILENE WEEKLY HEPORTER Published Kach Wednesday At Abilene Toxas ... at)d 'Xi Mall at AbtUaa Tias 4lltCnirTION HATBtl (SC YKAU (1 AUvnnco)v.....J100 . TBLCPHOHE8I uplo and Clrculatloa ............. .(7 (Uitoriol Ufflto .139 Voloir 1M7 or III tHMJctititi falling to receive their paper .ulfcrly will oonffr favor upon ths (nAiiHgnment by reporting tha name to the tuixiueM office 'Phono No. 67. Ixt erroneoua reflection upon the diarac ir. tandlni' or reputation of any person firm or corpuatlon which my occur In tha columns of TUB IUCI'OllTER will be tivdir conectetl upon Its being brought to th altoatloa of the tirm. Mtmhcr of the Associated Press. AUBiHj'nted rreatt la exclusively en- hs) to he use for republication of all mrvti uinpatcheo cro'lltcd to It or not oth- trw lt ui wilted In this paper and also tha oca published herein. mf ii:im:.siiayjuly s iois. -s.it. . . .' nsi i ".Nicholas the Stupid. Continuation ot tho death of Nicho-...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 3 July 1918

THE ARTLKMR KEPOttTEK. ABILENE. TEXAS PAGE JP1VE UK Ill ) ! ': i if I . 3ft t j r dELGIU msio ono vis i imi.ssi:is. (Published -by special ntrnngcm n With tho McCluro Newspaper Symli catc Copyright UH by Hra1 Whltloek under tho tltlo "Meniori t of Belgium t ndor the Gorman Ocrci pntlou." All rights Tosorved Cut' righted In Croat Hi Haiti Canada mil Australia. All rights reserved to France Uoltjlum- Holland lj.it Spain Itusslu and tho Scandinavian countries.) I ennnot follow In nil tholr sequent- i ' nnd in their ilonouanfonta nil of tho in (jiiUnltt tbnt woro bo constantly com- ing uii in our axporloheo; thoy linn pound no thlnpg httppeh in llfo and in t In books In thnt casual dotnoln U tin I uniulntoil wny in whloh Hfo we-ivc Its inglorious romance without tho rt nurd for unity that ortslaves consi lou- art Inrgoly bruise. 1 suppose our vision la not broad onough In Us rco c to pjnlirneo thq whole of tho action In romances the war or tho tarth quhkjo or tho calumny. Is an incld u ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 3 July 1918

PAGE SIX THE ABIL12N1S RKPOKTtiK. ABILENE TEXAS i MP iirnir WEEK IRE OPERATtGNS OF THE AMERICANS iD ANGLO-FRENCH By the Associated Press. Another week has pnssed without the Germans resuming their offensive along the western front. In fact the Allies have shown the greater activity during this period and on several parts of tho front have carritd the fight to the ensmy. These actions have ben local in oharaoter but they have been fought for important ob.jecth 6s which have strengthened the Alliod lines. At vttrious points the Allies have placed in jeopardy the enemy's tenure of certain parts of the line and have oxtended their own. Notable attacks 'by the Amorionns at' Balleau Wood by the French southwest of Sqiwons and by the British on the Flanders frcnt all have rosultcd successfully.' There is reason for believing that preparations are 'now nearly complete for a resumption of the German drive somewhere. on tlje western front. Just whore is unknown although the Alliod Command by ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 3 July 1918

Tffe ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXyS PAGE SEVEN s I v J ..' h REV.J.T.M'CiyRE WAS THE SPEAKEil ATTEE PEUAWN T Then wo got to count prohibition midland who nro pupportfd b; mo sanio aims got (o bo big precinct I American Alliance pros. Attor thnt wo took tin state nro-1 ' ' hlbltlon and All Miobo follows lccnmo AtTUXAv irVftlER. red-hot county prog. They nro always! Tho Texts WowiojSiren ktdnoy for-tho thing that wo aro not trying o bladder tr do. Just horo I nm wondering why I rheumntl I certain or our cltUons havo lost in-1 the kldn lorost In tnht Wichita Falls train ntnMnnd wonn. why tlley don't meet tho Angolo train bios ioWilldrcn. WRKCKKII JPUAIN DKLAYKI) JtKS. CURTIS 1VIIO 8101(1 FKin.VY MOltMNO AT 3IKT1I0D18T CUUKCll. OR. JENKENS ALSO SPOKE Dr. McCluro Declared That Manor Is JlcMponsinio tor nnr nt Ucmi; Won liO'iiR Ago (Ihargcs Jlrcn cries Willi Din. . loynUr. A crowd oatlrnatd at nbont 1000 pcoplo gather on tho Too Pes lawn Thursday night fpr tho ppvposo of hearing frlra ttn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 3 July 1918

PAGE KIGHT THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS hTO&HKSrHOHEI Men's New Silk Shirts Special at $595 "W Tub Jilk Shirt jh liniulsoine .stripf with sqmrntp col nfM to watch shotting a fine nrrny of Wmitifnt color nnt- ! ti urn With thf.se come nlso sonn- silk ('repp le Chino Shirts in in'v Mini ttrnetitt patterns. Tijm art without pollnr. W on SbIp specially prtawl r-.... $5 05 NEGLIGEE SPKOIAIr Shirts in neat attrartfto patttrlifi ii t wh matetinls with collar attrttbeil or without collar. tfrpnt al(ic offwori nt -. uJ-..-i....-S9c) MANHATTAN SHIRTS Shirts that nro supreme in quality of fabric pcrfwit in tailoring ami fit: the choice of men who me hirt-ixrtienlar. Exclusive pntterim in Minings Silk and .Alc)wriied fabrics. Prices a.OO. $-J..")0 $ 50 to 5j5G 50 MONARCH SHIRTS A wide miiko of desirable patterns in fast colors French or stiff cuffs perfect fitting garnteiit.s nt tl.a"i $1 :t !?1 7.i to c ... $2 50 CooLSummer Underwear Attractively Priced Our sale of men's Sumnier Unde...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 10 July 1918

" - I..--- ....-....... .i mmmmmmm-mmmmmmmmmmmm voiiUMj: xx.viii. ADILEITC THWs HI IM Sim. .11 I 10. K M'HHKIt 2. &. - " ' - faMHWHHBUVHHH-HBn MPlBMMMapMM B-v naHMaIat --- .. m " ' ti fmw Mt ft IHII FRENCH AND ITALIANS CAPTURE i "R' s: ;vy nil ITIFS rfrin whfn win 1.00D AUSTRIAN!! IN NEW DRIVE ALBANIAN FRONT NEAR THE SEA HMMdi i 1 Hy I lie Associated Press. ROME July 8. The Italians yesterday advancpd their front lino in the region of Colla Prible says the official statement. In tho Monta Grappa region the Italians gained ground north of Mas- sik. .Bight Austrian airplanes wero destroyed yesterday The Italian and French troops in Albania on July C began oper- ations between the const and Tomorioa valley. Tho operation is still in progress and more than 1000 Austrians havo been taken. y Tlii' Associnted Press. WITH THE BRITISH ARMY IN FRANCE July 8. A German counter attack against the new Australian-American positions at Hamel resulted in the capture of two Americans and eight Au...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 10 July 1918

PAGE IWO IFHE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE. TEXAS i n i 6 l 8 b h. ti t Jl ti U lr o ll k 7 CI Bl T 6' W m HI Hi 10 01 I Ul PI SI tlf "If w" i ttf bo. i. li Statement of (Condensed) THE First State Bank ol Abilene at die Close. of Business .June 29 1918 ioims ...... -..... Overdrafts .' Furniture and Fixtures... Heal Fstale . . . .' Interest in Depositors Guan rund . Stocks r. S. Bonds A Cash and Exchange Totlil . yr. Capital Surplus Bills P Oilier Rediscounts ueposi Total iAbiiathS Wl a & 9 m fluul Uriel fooled Profits tUable .J Mul)iUlu&i. I ;.r. ' -7 f The above statement is.corrcct. W. H. FREE Cashier. PERSONALS . -" suss lv wiiii nas returnea iromiiieutenHnt. and was promoted to cap a visit at Cisco and Albany fain iu November. jonn Lk. uranam 'was in town rom his farm near Tuseola Monday Un repons crops necu.iig ram its nw n.lln a raVlif 1 a.J.lin..llla. wtlAPa Rhi win vi for .tvo w.kK Mr and Mrs I S Brown awl Mrs ("Wrned fr"m CIsc0 ott business for A S Drown have returned...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 10 July 1918

THE ABILENE REPOHT&K. ABILENE. TEXAS i ' - i 1. 1 i i i . PACETHKEE r N Statement of the Condition of -THE Citizens National Bank of Abilene Texas at the Close of Business .June 20 1)18. I I; w t: RESOURCES "' Loans and Discounts :.;:.'.' .:;$)!10250 U.Cerlifieatcs of Indebtedness 105000.00 United Stales Bonds. .. 50000.00 Liberty Loan Bonds....'.;'..'. War Savings Certificates: ;. . . Slock in Federal Reserve .Bank; Banking House and 'Fixtures. . : ' OlI?er Real Estate. ......... .. CASH: t In vault with ..other banks and- r k f Fin ' u. :. ireasurer. 14250.00 ' 1641.47 600000 75600.00 0840.00 fci.37587 jK50lil.)0.93 '.lAJrffMMESiF is y v II IkA V .tf. IV J0 y Jf ' jr ; r $ ff r' S f jr Ijf. VT ' Capital Siocl Surplus . . . Circulation 1 - ti neserveo lflr uxes. DividendsUnfiaid Deposits . B()iu)wc(jiioncg(x-. Other IJabilitis. . . h . V 'i ; 50.000.00 50000.00 lf);500.00 1 552.00 7500.00 1 242577.04 None .'' None total .. . : -t .-.' ;: ::v. at; i5oi;mo.o: 1 The above statemen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 10 July 1918

THE ABILENE REPORTER. ABILENE TEXX3 PAGE FOUR i j i . ? I 1 1 B b I) fc it 1 H ti ti it o li H a d K Cf 8 T T l! yf m si Hi 01 tr W tn tit ill b d 'frills we boll.vo tliitt n parent Is pool 'dr'vr hiuI the value of Uio Mine to'enuiurv Job Of netosVltv die lirrer MvxH .Innlnc nealiinl tlln inn In UfcO Ihi allied eiill-M' M(1 nnv kind of Influence to kcon him out ' Cetnpolllng confirmation of von lubn h J Lm li Wednesdn) At Abllchc'of service of his country at this time ' Kuhlnnmn'a admission that the Cen- roxa To do ro la to cheat tho boy of tha'trnl Powers cannot win the war by tr4 M Booad CUai WU at AbDaa Txa JUBSCRIPTION RAT8I ON LI M VH iln Advance) T10Q o" iz TELEPHONES! kuitneai and Clrculatloa ....... pmurw v..Mw- '-"nvt ill eiety -- utcribei fallln to recjlv Uie-tr ppr twularly will confer a favor upon the management by reporting Ineaame to the buslnes office 'Phone No. 8T. Aar erroneous reflection upoa the charac- ter tandirot or reputation of any peraoa firm or corporation ...

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