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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 16 January 1918

THIS ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS jpaor rvrn FDR GOVERNORSHIP iTTOItMV GENERAL EXTEJtS RUT D ANNOUNCES PLAT- HKM IIE STANDS OX. MIS PROHIBITION stalulorj Prohibition Ojilr Wnr fo Get Inimciiinio jicsuii -J.HVH toio ( onstltulJonnl Amend' ments Vl-flN. Texas Jan. 12. 13. F. Ifjutii attorney suuurui " xua iu- (iv loimaUy announced his candidacy r favernor of Texas subject to the a. iion f tho Democratic primaries t vr iul. This Is the text dt the an- t ut)i mctit In part: tson"' time since In response to aug- .11 is that I become a candidate for g.wmiDr. 1 announced that I would in due mi r determine the matter. I am Buv i.ady to definitely announce my tmii iu . subject to the action of the i.niixratic Party. 1 m mlt below my views on the u.-'i.xm that 1 believe will be upper--1 mi the public mind during the w ...aihlni! campaign for governor. Th all absorbing question one Hint h! u1 1 oc ( tipy tho place of primacy in e r mind and burden ovory heart tn ii. ..intry Is the winning of...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 16 January 1918

FACIE SIX TKR ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAl en T CHICAGO HARD THlRTT.Srvrx BELOW 7.KIM1 AT 0'EILL XKIU SATMHlAY WAS Till! REPOHT MANY LIFAU IN TORNADOES S.orms in Alabama Mid Georgia l)c slriiclhot Three Ships Aground In Newport 'cns Hnr- hor By Tim Associated Pros?. CHICAGO HI Jan. 12. Chicago Is completely isolated from rail commit hlcatlon by the worst blizzard In the li cltv't history. Two foot of biww la on the ground nnd ho train-? are arriving or leav ng Tolegrnph fires aro In bad shape. It was fourteen degrees below zero hero today nnd a sharp northwest wind udled to the Buffering. It- was thirty-seven below at O'Neill Nebr today. Railroads entering Chicago aband- oned nil attempts Jo dpornto trains today The lashing below-zoro wind made It Impossible for workmen to tnako nny headway at nil In tholr ef- forts to clear the switch intersections of the snow Scores of passenger trains wrro reported stalled on drifts throughout the Central West At- tempts to move freight wore ab...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 16 January 1918

01 SOLDIERS 4 D U ( IFTAIX AT CAMP FUX8T0X hAASAS. C0MMITT1.1) &UICIDB AFTI MURDERS WITH AN AXE 1 1 ur Soldiers nt Army Hunk Killed nnl I-If lh Sorlotnly Wounded i Cnp. tain Connected Willi Jlccd . I (ii Associated Press. rvUI FL'NSTOK Kans. Jan. 12 Willi tho finding late today of tho body f i uptain Lewis It. Whlaler of Sa'Una K in in his tiny oftico at tho national i!n . antoiiiucnt hero tho last chapter a- written In tho bloody story of tho In. if mg last night of the army bank and th. subsequent murder or. lour men .ii if rrioita wounding of n fifth. Hip murders were committed with a liandaxc. ( aptaln Whlaler killed himseir fir- inn two shotB from a regulation army Mike rifle into liis head. Tho first bullet glanced downward through one . i-k but tho other went through and ludped in Ills brain. Tho suicide fol i.uM'd a general order from hcaduuar if instructing iui cnpiams ni me can- tonmonts to report and have their fin- .. .. . it. i pi -A T? Iih?? l ...n.ln mvnriir n ron...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 16 January 1918

paoi ircnrc TBI AKLIOTB REPORTER ABILENIf TEXAS. Oar Entire On The clothes were great values come greater values each month since their purchaso as the marlccijrico on clothes continued to aavance. Ana yet in Bpito of vinutuiw ui jjiiucb iuaa knuu winter a prices far the same quality. LOT 1 Men's Suits and Overcoats Suits ami Overcoats in this Benson's styles in practical fa bio patterns lou II stive4 about and overcoat now at this mark-down price. LOT 2 Men"s Suits and Overcoats In this group the variety bffcrs ence in style and pattern. Qnlippy models in Suits and OvcrcjSafs season's most popular patterns. LOT 3 Men's Suits and Overcoats iniv uiu uiu.juiiiuna xviiHutiuiiuiu ouua win wurconis.sjnnuc lroiir tne !' I - n 1 It n rt nt I tahltmiu. Lk! 1 .. 1 .. . A " . 1 . f best all-wool fabrics and clioiccst patterns of the season. Thoyannot be duplicated at this price. LOT 4 Men's Suits and Overcoats Those aro the finest Suits and a price that does not begin to Stein-Bloch or Iursch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 23 January 1918

c e biknt weelilg fUpireteE " ' " ' ' ' " " ' ' i ! i in ....-. ii i n i -i ii in I...... ii .-. !. -i m. - "I - in -. i . .i. i.i ' n i - i . i in m ' ' '' n.i-i ' " i i-.mii i i mi "" Mil I VBILENE TEXAS WED NSD W JlMMllY 23 1019 NUMBER FOUR i iiimniii iriftiiTiiiiitti rtnn tftwnw niiititn i m it .. . nimnni GOVERS TIE WEST ; lU'.S FELL DURING SUMIAY MUlIT: MEl.TKD DOWN .02 INCH OF WATER BIGGEST Sill ON RECORD - llu' Time- Cinunicd In Fnlllfig it. Snoii Hns All Lneul Weath- or Kurenu Record 'linked" ' nnv approximating seven inrhpi m Miilone and throughout tlii mi tfnnday night thereby rmp-.li-i! snow records stmo 19o; i jiificlal snowfall at the minor u Jiora waB f.t Inches. Oliwrvc- . u i report shows thnt t!ie snow i il down C2 Inch pf water rtlvlir. -i lion well over a It lr Inch or 1 1 needed precipitation. The ut of melted anoxv vtirl' the i. f lining nhont oni! Inrii of v. af'-i i. i liichcs of onoW but till pur i miow melted down 02 In ii. ;t where no fa lllti s for icod -...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 23 January 1918

PAGE TWO THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS V s V r I mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I "Interested In Our Customers" At out' two vuttJovs fit our eoifimeTclal daiiartiiioiit tlie tul- lers both prt.v ml rcppiv; litis plait nri opted with the thought rp rotlltl srivp oil! patrons iinnivdintp as well as efficient nttciitioii the constant ailn of this institution. We desire to nnpiess on the pttliliu mind flint we are inter- ested in the progress of our costomei-s not. an institution that deal solel.v hi dollars and eeuts. nud again we want to ejuphnsixe up appreei.-.te small neeotinls. and give them the same prompt and eoui'.teouH atleutiou as the larger ones. RRST STATE BANK ABILENE Corner N. 2 and Pine St a. I PERSONALS I s W P Head went to Knstlaml Mon- day morning" Otto Tribute loft Monday morning for Marshall Texas. John C. Lees Is in tho city rrom Camp Bowlo to spend n fow days. Mr and "Mrs. Henry James left Sun- day for a Week's stay In Houston. Miss Katie I). Haywood loft Mon-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 23 January 1918

W" mv a iwi aw1 j" Ii.ii.hiim mum PAGE THREE VHT VWW MHUI KIIW iiwiiuwttjiuBaWgw i 1 r u?ijmm.ctftij iiwi i m tniin m 1.' imiiiO.il BinrBi wj tmnmnimi.ii mmmmmmammmmtMmmmmmimmm Special lyispYav 3lwA Sa& 6 Covses MR s "3Deek THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS BS5B Ins Citizens . Rational Bank OuV ... I. yo t im 11m. i to wsl 0 . . .. 001wli0 .. ft umi .. -A . .. .Irt.mtraito tli.fcl m remre . .... tttll fori ) bcli-VO (11s rOT v ( aWnutA (iiireinciits with you. OFFICERS Aim DIRECTORS (.o. L Pnxtou President. on She lion Vice President .lo- l (iurrisoi) Cashier V fhandler. Awt. Cashim Warrert Wynkley Asst. Cashier J. ll.Wagslaff C. P. Warren F. E. Ilaynes B. W. ItcCnrty I --"- "irillllBIHM! Anniversary of Great Blizzard of Year 1888 MITCHELL S. 13. Jan. 19.--Just thirty jftirn ago January 12-13 1S8S the urt storm in tlio history of tho nlted States woathor bureau nmi tho -t.ites of liorthwoHt torrltory raged over the Citntral West talcing a toll r moio than 200 Kvos and killing th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 23 January 1918

PAGE FOUR THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS ABILENE HEPOflTER BY ABILENE PfllNTINQ CO. l .- I I I M Mil Kmerwi as Sesjnd Class Mu t b&so SUBSCRIPTION RATESl On Year (In advance) ....$1.00 gallon? Tho question must bo an- swered now. TELEPHONES! BuMness niirt circulation Bdltortat Office Society 6f ibbV or ai SubSirlbers falling- lo teealve thfcir paper rtnularly wll confer ft fittfrt upon tht tnniKnient lj reporting the same to tho 'l'Mifie iso. oj. Debate-Deckions K- A Prclly tlrcnm- Our inference Is that a Herman bu? mess office Any erroneous reflection upon tho chnrac- ter standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation. which nfay occur In the columns of THti IlBPOltTiyt will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the iiUClitlon of the firm. Member of the Associated Pres. The Associated Press Is exclusively en tlt'-l u the use lor rouubllaatlon of ell icwi disiat51ies cSetlltW to it or not Oth- erwise rcdlied. In this paper and also the feral l.ewe published...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 23 January 1918

INJUSTICE TO PUT MARRIED MEN IN CLASS 1 SAYS MAJOR TOK ( receive from the government. Wo un- SUPERVISOR OP SELEOTIVE .fffJStoon W. boa.r7sJare BOARDS FOR NOT PROPER- every Instance; we feel sure that LY CLASSIFYING ALL REG- lhla ' "trained construction of the ISTRANTS. Major John C. Townes Jr. Super- equate support can not be determ-u-or Selective Service law In Texas ined by a rule or thumb but must bo lu- issued the following bulletin con- determined with common sense and .rrnlng the Classification of married sympathy In the facta of each indl- r.mtrahts: jvldual case What would be ade- i It has been brought to the at- ijuato support lit ono locality br In tuition of this Department that there olio sot of circumstances might not i a Rcrlous lack of unanimity In the be adequate In another The nues- unification of married men by the tlon of adequate nupport must bo do- irious oxcmi'tlon boards. This Is termlned by the boards after careful vtrcmely unfortunate and Injustice considera...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 23 January 1918

PAGE SIX .wi ii m ml Tnn vbilene reporter abii.kxe. texas iihii mm mi iiiinm mm i.j ! ml I WHHIIU.mntJIHMM4 4 r infiijM"niJ'iiiiiiiw i .m ttMmytmtmjjtm HililiwiWW ipHwiTHtiiii ii a w iirtmoWJIHHECT. siuti nnncDCHT FOflNEWBUILII! IN 1MST TJIRKi: MONTHS AIM. m:nes nrirnuxo activity HAS XOC'KKI) nitOlTl!. SUBSTANTIAL BUILDINGS 1'Igiires Do Nol Include Jinny Splcn. UKI JlWCIllllgS Jcctcu During Tlic Same Period Of Time. Did you know that in the past threes months Abltcne haa completed begun or got ready to begin the con- struction of business church and school iiropcrlfos valued nl more than $.100 000? Tioestt't sound like a drouth rto-w it And those figures do not take Into consideration the scoros of dwel- lings begun or completed in the same space of time some of which nro val- ued at $7600. To sumumrizo: The now Texas & Pacific freight depot Is soon to bo roofed It will cost about $35000. The new Alexander Sanitarium main building is up to the second floor It will cost $30)00. T...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 23 January 1918

KEEP THE BEAST ACROSS THE SEA Willi AVH MAKl: MISTAKE OF TJIIMilXO OTIIL'n l'EOFLHS WE HON EST AS THEY CHIVALRY ISN'T UNIVERSAL in Thlt Year of flrnce ii)18 Wc Are Ilcnllng milt nn Enemy Who Jtnons No Lnvr Hut That of Might BY JOHN ItElED SCOTT. (From the Committee on Public Infer matlou Washington D'. C.) The American always makes the past 0110 must go to f.nd a nation nii-uUo of Judging every other nation which had the effrontery to claim that l the American standard. Wo do la was simply God's chosen Irtstru- ihi allow for racial nor national traits ment to work His Will' Contemplate and customs. HecftiiBo ttn American tho Gentle One of Dethlehcm whom wou.dn't do some thing We fancy that the Prussian professes to revere as no other nation would do It. It's Cod wading In tho blood of mankind' upiilnsl bur consclohco or against our Contemplate Christ In a Prussian hol-laws-or we just don't do it. There- met with a Prussian sword and Prus- f re we assume that It must bo against slan ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 23 January 1918

PAGE EIGHT THE ABILENE R' SORTER ABILENE TEXAS nmti mnmrmmfmtwmntmimfmmtvmmmni Nfumrti rtdrnwti niton w ww wiMftwwwWHWft w i Mwwrfmwini The Heaviest Fall of White in the Month of January Our. Whit Sale offered was high practically all be- ry A. Sheppard Wlngalo; Rube A flar- ing In good shape. iris Abilene; Robt W Hill Buffalo f Only horses for the cavalry were (Gap; W. I. Raines Durant; EIHb D. bought Saturday. Thtre bought were' Pniltt Munday; William B Stegall light rangy animals Bprlngy of step Abilene; wiuiam is. iiogers meraeii and bright of eye. Thoy were put ls extremely raro over thore and the J will receive membership t-nro through tho tests as fast as the In- spectors could Avork and tho buntn of 101 solectcd was regardedxis a good day's "buy." The most important of all January events commenced today with snow while moun- tains of merchandise including Muslinwear f Lingerie . Laces Embroideries White Piece Goods Washl Wais oria s ai lOUSi dSi h Our .lltncy Don't miss ertc...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 30 January 1918

Stye biknew tekl$ Bjejwrcte NTMBER ft. 4 A If 11 tin .VA.AJ.llt -. Aimm. tfws vttPAisim. ?vm n 30. iois EEENTS B HIT SALARIES n E UTORNL'Y flKM'KAI HOLDS TM. ICKHITV HHORNTS HlVK NO POWER IN THAT line SOI CASES PERMISSIBLE: iiilv iii Cnt of Promotion Cnn Hcpcitt (.r.uil Inrrrnsc hi JSnliir) Holtti Attorney (.'dirral Lnottcy - iff Special to Tile Reporter U'STIN. ToX . .Jti?t 's It va held 1 lav by the attorney general' .ippim I cnt In nn opinion to the legi'datUe- I I ost gating committer that tln hoard t rodent of the rnlvprlt of Trir ! uno dttMtority t Imn' v tin isplnr - of teaehorS or mom hem of the fa" 1 t of the university or of mn of tip 'u ulonnl Institution1 nut u thp nri- nprlatton niado for "nlnr adjust in"ht " Hip only instances whore this np- 1 c prl.it on may ho used In In cases of uMOflon or tpacbora or members of V f.u nltv. Tho attorney general doe ti t pass on the question as to wheth- ' o' rot teachers or faetiltv members tst ?- hfk to the slntq tho prpi" 1 f 1 to...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 30 January 1918

PAGE TWO T 11 IX. jllf" "W'f " ISN'T IT A FACT? It is the uiiosjicotetl that usitulty liaipmj3tSi)oeiaUy in money matters. Then if yotf kiiow this why fiot be prcpnretl for the unex- pected misfortune T You have luhuh'ntiort for the hum who is doing well- You cull liim PROSPEROUS." " m"i Wie principal parts of prosperity ai'u SAVE SAVING - Systematic saVfng will make you prosperous. Wo pay on 4 pi?r ueiil inteiTSl per uniMim.COMPOl!Nl)lD (JUAK- TliKljY on ytini savings. FIRST STATE BANK ABILENE Corner N.2 and Pine Sts. PERSONALS a .- E. E. Hall left Wednesday morning for Dallas. W H. dray went to Cisco tycdnM- ilav morntnir uay mornmB. C W Bacon left Wednesday morn- Ing for Waco. Tho Ilov. K. F. Keller of Aspormont was u visitor in tho city Wednesday. Among tho Merkel visitors 'to tho city Wednesday woro H. M. Ralnbplt N. D. Cobb nnd D. M. Miller. Mrs. Elmer Long left Wednesday at- tornoon for a visit with sir. Long on the ranch in Borden county. A J. Uryan Hilton Ion. Tuesday nlKht...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 30 January 1918

PAGE THREE 3HH wVWWBV SV&mwce Svo'vuq Smart mmm THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS ' ' "" ' " M-SSfcS g .Mfc.-J1J "'' " Jiiiii-.iiiwi i1n HIl.il..uWJWiHIllUlllUlUIJmJl ULIHUUli IWIIIUJIIU Wilip bci S ES(bp nan RSS ffk P ml JmTml4 Wfmmmmm NWH5I V&flKaVvi3 a JU&1 SI W. Nil T&kMf1mW MH vm mm .1 - f r 1 n if 1 1 WKV Y5Vs5T ft! V5 III i UK Wants you to fcol that it is the earnest wish of its officers nncl directors to itinho yonr coiinwtimi with ft most profitable to Wn are demonstrating this fact daily and wo are sure mi o will teol and believe TnirtnT?.f-w7riiave"(Trse.lsSf.i -your re- quirements with yotu WJ I M1TOI pwia OFFICERS AHD DIRECTORS Goo. h PnjMoii President Owen Slielton Vice President' .loe I Harrison Cashier K ('hnmller Asst Cashier Warren Weakley Asst. Cashier. .J. MAVnsstnff G. P. Warren F. 13. Hayiies li. r. Mcf'arty H7 MGI5T1NTS CLASSIFIED SIT. LiH'Xl. BOARIl UAH nMlPl.lITLI) Till: U'OKK OF (M.ASSll'YlNG. START EXAMINATIONS. WHfT HEH FEBHIHUIY 1BTK I'r...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 30 January 1918

THEABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS m team PAGE FOUR IBILENE REPORTER BY ABILENE PhlNTlNQ CO. clt tho pcoplo bt America should need as and that ho had not rather live ten no further testimony as to why Amer- years in west Totas man twenty in lea entered the "war Tho ono great East Texan then we owo Statft Press task before tho nation is winning tho tho finest hftt In tho finest store in war We should not listen to pro- Dallas. fcmererf m Second Class bUer. Germans nor pay any attention to These poor deluded farmers most Wi "Ttt-.. the Gorman propaganda that Is clrcula ot them wero fairly dragged out here SUBSCRIPTION RATESt I ted by paid agents of that government by their suspenders. Hardly ninety OflE YEAR (In advance) l-oo' but JiKve directly to the 1ob of doing per cent of them hare mado enough to " '' : I OUR art In wlnnlne tho war. We buy a section of land now worth 1fcLtPHONE8! . I Utinw hn HnrvriniiV la atltl M ... . -. - . Auta. ... .. 1A u 1...B. .f ...t .ttl.k.. taurine nt.d...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 30 January 1918

s H LmtA&m PRESIDENT P101 ESTABLISHING S FOR NATl-WID lly the Associated Press. WASHINGTON Jnn. 20. Tho Vmcrlcnn people villi go oti n vVnr bread illol Uonday as n part of n vmr rationing system prcscrllint tonight by President Wilson nntl (ho food administration. "Victory bread" the admlnhlni. lion culls it. Tlio reduced rations arc nsked for (iio purpose of creating n larg ef export surplus of food for the Imrnponn allies. Curtailment of consumption vrlll be accomplished largely by Toluntary effort but forco villi be cmplojcd uhcrcicr pernillted under the food control H.ct. The rationing sjstcni as pre- srrllied by the President In a proclamation nud by Food Admin Istrotor Hooter in n list of regula- tions forma the food ndmlnislrn flan's 1018 food conservation pro grninof vihlcli t tic chief features are: A baKer's bread of nihcd flour beginning Monday with a five per- cent substitution of other" cereals for wheat until n i!0 percent mili- Ntltutlon Is reached February 'JHli....

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 30 January 1918

PAGE SIX THE ABILENE Kf "ORTER ABILENE TEXAS UNDER THE CAMOUFLAGE Intimate War Kxprrionops and Olisr-rvntioiiS of LOWELL MELLETT. (t'nitod Pro! Kfnff C'orrpondont.) lu;du. nov. 2 (By Main. call- between the two never would have oc-lftifr 0f Sweetwater died several years ed on Col. Itousji at Chesterfield House currcd to anybody not .responsible for ago. Tho library in which affable seereiary ho whole campaign. We had to agree j Hon .1 Vattlamnn Cockrall prae-cd- t.h onn-tnthtf n.M-.inn Aurthinni that Uic story fonlly shouldn't be dld.o.i lit wifn in tienth 1 nearly thro nsked me to valf In tlie handsomest room 1 Over saw The Manchester Guardian man lias since told me that the room was ai Ixml Chesterfield himself designed it and that the por- traits forming a border about the four walls are original Rombrnnds and Van Dycks. Fancy having yotir inter- ior decorating done by those two gen tlemen. ' Hold short though solemn converse ifrlth tlie Colonel on matters of grave import Ho told...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 30 January 1918

BETTER SEED IS' THE Mi NEED "FOOD AND FEED" ORGAMZA. TIONS BEING FORMED IN WEST TEXAS COUNTIES. DALLAS SPEAKER IS IRE Stamford BnlHngcr and AbitcMo Aro Interested In Question ol llcttcr Seed For Uio Coming Crop.' At a mooting of tho directors of Uie Chamber of Commerce Monday after- noon 'J. II. Council of Dallas repre- senting tho Farm nnd Ranch made a talk on conditions la Texas at this tlmo and for this year relative to the farmers of the state. Mr. Connoll did not como to sell or glvo away any- thing but to agitato co-oporation among tho farmers and business men to tho end tjiat both may bo bettered In tho long run. Mr. Connoll Is a business man Of Dallas and Is chair- man of tho agricultural committee of llio Dnllas'Chnmbor of Commerce. Tho speakor oxplaincd what ho had iouo at Stamford and Balllnger stat- ing (lint ho was sent over tills part of tho stnto by Frank P. Holland presi- dent of tho Farm nnd Ranch. Quoting Mr. Holland tho speaker said there are four things that Toxa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 30 January 1918

PAGE EIGHT THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TfeAS hi i i i1.i......iii.ii. nil i I I minim i u.i MfPgglrHL sy Sr The New Manhattans For Spring Have Arrived Unlike olhor Shuts Mdiiliatffttis bear the unmistakable stmiip of oiiginality'in texture mid iqttcrn. II pre in a boniidkas "Variety of original designs you wijl find the new Spring 3Inn ' batten ShirtH in SiHc Madras Morcouzod nnd other exclusive weaves and patterns for Spring mid Snmmcr. "When you sep tht'in you can easily detect the fine pointa of these shirts by Urn workmanship that is needled and tailored into them. Man- hattan designing cutting fitting and finishing signifies supe- rior quality. ' Priced From $1.75 to $6.50 fXxmWMw&mmm 25 GLSSSlFIED BY Bill TIES- 1470 REGISTRANTS 1IAVE BEE CLASSIFIED BY LOCAL EX-f-uiirriix- nninn Tho Local Exemption Board .for ' Tavlnr Cnuntv clasaiLtod tho larcoat ..iml.nr nt MiHslpnntB Ti"rat1(iv vat handled In ono day. Two hundred and fifty cases wero passed upon raising the total numoer...

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