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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 20 February 1918

THE ABILENE REPORTKtt ABILENE TEXAS umiuuiji ! lain i i ana niiLi.mM.iii' Jul ...! (L - PAGE FIVE awwauji. jimw SENSATIONALTESTIMOMY GIVEN !Y W. G. CLARK JONESTRIALIN ci.rr Soecial to the Reporter IU PASO Texas Feb. 11. Tha ur m tho case of the State of Toxas . r-a. Idix R- Jones charged with it-lC murder ol imiuiuo ujuui - o!Uin cattleman of Silver City N. .a. iiift 4ft RiAi H . . t ii.i. -. !.-. rrti (i "n o'clock this evening. Tcstl- nv will begin Tuesday morning and ''.- pin- thfti argument will be al" i in nnxt Saturday. K .'letting Is tho Jury: M. Fetmers k i. Vernon F. 0. Hillings Joe Solt- . w Mitchell Fred W. Dlrd ' Muk Crawford C. F. Allen L. M. M..ninioa. W. C. Taylor F. B. j . hir and 5II. Chisholm all of 1 1 io city. The second special ve- tli..tf D2.' men was exhausted this i moun at 3:30 o'clock with only ii jurymen selected. District tu' fre W i). Howo instructed tho shor- ff ti unution fifty now veniremen f i i wliicli to select tho twelfth man. i .. enlroman was ca...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 20 February 1918

TIIK ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS PAGE SIX m mi mm "n 1- i i aw iiiiniii i.l.j Belgium On an evening late In Iho month of May 1914 wc were dining at. the Ger- nvn legation We had arisen from tli long tabic and gone up to the n- lraa and as we stood about waiting Ut tho coffee t found myself beside Mr. vrn Below-Saleskl. who said to me In a low voire unit with a sigh: "Well .thank God It's over now." lie spoke no doubt In the sonBe of Intimacy that was somewhat our bo- i abac we had nime at about tho same ln tn Brussels where we knew no one not even each other: tho fact was somewhat n bond the only one between us. 1 rould quite understand the relief he fell the reltet 6T tllo host who has done his fluty; I had tho same sensation itiyself In my capacity of guest. "Yes" I said "It's over at last." v " ran no tourists now ne weni on "go where we please do what wo please."' "Where are you going?" I asked. Oh. I don't know anywhere to be free to get away. Take n trip some where. And you...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 20 February 1918

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS FACE SEVEN FATHER AND Si MEETING SUCCESS;: lord Mepanlal. what Son of. a Father Are yen? mutton nauormm. Oiir FathorsElhert By num. Debating club. ... M !: OF FATHERS AM) sriS TTKXWEW MfeKTLNO IT TiU: MUM SCHOOL. nuin ;.i. n iid "Fethor and Son" meet- r H i- held at the high school nudl- iriday night anil a largo num- .- cii'husiasuc minors unu suns .. .itindance and Immensely on 1 1;( 0ccl!ent program prosontod m i un.eps of the affair enhanced - mmiess but tho program - in thoe yho attended home i me if mind Calculated to bring . i matter understanding between nid son. . M. toopor mauo a very iiuor- c tiiik on tho young man's roln. in life Ho declared thai he was i his threo sons who are In ... ii o of their country and pride . u i not lessoned by tho thbu- . ot i.iiles separating him and Tills Out-It Don't miss this. ! enclose with . Co. 28?.". till. writing clearly trial pa Honey orlh Money out this Inall it Md la'l '' U"" fe in tgo ev iloaao a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 20 February 1918

PAGE EIGHT Fashion Interest Now Centers in Oar Dis play New Spring Suits Coats From our Eastern stylo canter come the new fashion creation of center of fashion has heretofore been Paris but that honor has tu which today leads in styles. And this store by v irt-.ro of cur closconncctions with Mow York's leading makers of apparel presents in advance tho results ofheir skillful efforts in a molt charming collection of wonderful creations. Spring eannenWea3 lhafe are dtpfghtfaliy now fresh and distinctive. Tho colore are of the lat-sS h6 Vie materials new andsmart and tho garments rno3t attractively priced. Women's Spring Suits Models at Their Best Women who wish distinction in by till means givo tlioso new tention. Only the best tailored n ioned in lovely fabrics are the the smart wardrobe Priced $18.50 Special D & 0C nuiiiif SUiti Special to The Itcnorior. AUSTIN Feb. M. Itnilflcalloii of n proposed uuicudmcnt to the federal constitution bj tlie Texas Icglslnturo Is not 'Icglslutl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 27 February 1918

ini.ru Hi irtMfcamwatrfii uii.nrK xxxni. ABILENE TEXAS ViEDNKSDU FlHRUUtY 27 191S. NUMHFR 9. MANY f'LAN:; TO RESTORE IRE MONARCHY T LPLESS RUSSIA A itrt Jiitntwni"ntmtitmHR miitmitft mum .mu fmit wm mi HI..1U . . . . i i (it i n OilT'ttt Alt n tnt in-rlWi -- w i innnrwnrntTiiwi Jr" C F if Id HAN ONE KILLED ID THREE WOUNDED IN A BANDIT ATTftCK MKiMt HOUSE PAYMASTER FOR TEWS COMPANt WAS THE AMERICAN KILLED. ROBBERY IS PURPOSEi Not Helloicil u Washington Thai (ho Itnndlts Were Connected Willi Any Military Force. ' 1 j I'lio ARoclmca Prws WASHINGTON Feb. 25 One Amer- ican was killed and three woundod In .in attacks by Mexican bandlU on an 1 bunt nt Tninplco Wednesday. It la belloved to have been n cast1 of robbery rather than or nntl-Amer-i an feeling Tho boat carried money "iho bandits arc not believed to h e been connected with any military forces. Ldgar House paymaster for tho Texas Oil Company was tho Ameri- can killed The wounded were: J I'. S. Mon- nett Dr IJrlBbnno an omployo of ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 27 February 1918

(THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS PAGE TWO u WHILE MAKUQ El IS MEET and this is the prolilcnyvhidh confronts nil of us by flgur ing a little closer you will bo able to mflkd one end "ln over" a bit for your savings fund. Had you figured if you make this lap over with each pay day what it will eventually mean to yen? Whoa you have finished you will have Created ft definite cash capital the beginning of BIGGER things. We appreciate your account in-our-Savings Department large or small. We invite same on basis of cburteous treat- ment and efficient scrviee and pay you 4 per cent interest per annum compounded quarterly. FIRST STATE BANK Abilene Corner North 2nd and Plao Sts. PERSONALS Messrs. T. P. Logan and J. R. Ingram MStCl WCr V'9t0rS m ffflj! Dr. and Mrs. L. W. HolHs Jr. IettnIgnt cnroulo to rjnrd to attend the for their futuro homo at Marfa Texas funeral ot tj0 formcr'a mothor which sunaay nigni Sorgoant Eugeno Spauldlng win spent thrco days with his parents .Mr. and Mrs. John I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 27 February 1918

i gwmmQa& -kE -i:iiiTa"i--r- ': .jumfj "" ' iiwBiiiii itrtrtaifa aSKBBaE3Sg5gLJ f J jfiaHi THE ABILENE REPORTER. ABILENE. TEXAS RAGE THREE a J3 JOES SO. MUD TDSEHIHMEi l-t MPWMH"M 'i ii ONtiji au Ke' 5Vtt vmVs M r pwt pniuii m 3L J!Ilj! imlJC men wii.i. go to camp 'runis KWMIXATIOISS AHB NOW rmy.KTKii. ?pwlnl to the Reporter. IF M 1 ANSON Teens Feb. 20 Tho iBCnl board of Jones county received n will Monday from tlio Government for the i Ttflnre of Its tfpferrwl percentage of whit mn on lie frrt qiiotr. TUmHtlP i for ten men io onttaln In Anson nt s 2r p nt. Srtlurdiiy February 23. anil tl pt li&vo boon cnllotl to appear tit ti.p headnnarters m the board at 8:30 i. m Saturday. TJibi increment of man will bo trflivuportml to Camp Trnvla c.ui Antonio. Fourteen registrants ft..ir df which are altornnlen brut! boon ninimoncHl Mid names are na follows; Bernard Volt Wnhle. rharl&a Franklin Hint til. tflwnoti Child rowt. tHcar Anderson. .low MHdloton. fewoll Preston Fltstgibbons...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 27 February 1918

PAGE FOUR $k . . - THE ABILENE RFORTER ABILENE TEXAS - - . . i 5 IT a WWfjG6K WWWWWWIWWW ABILENE REPORTER!: nil ii I i 111 I Mil I III iiHm.ui. i it. i unik.il Published each Wednesday at Abilene. ... .Texas. . BY ABILENE PRINTING CO. Entered as Scond Olass Mall at Abilene Texas t iUMCRtPTtON RATES ONE 'EAR (In advance) 1.00 TELEPHONES! Editorial Office .8?- society ...... ...! or (Subscriber Tallinn to receive their paper regularly will confer a favor upon the trianHSement by reporting tho same to the Business oincc i-nono o. o. Any erroneous reflection upon the charac- ter standing or reputation or any penron firm or corporation which may occur In the columns of THE ItEPOUTEIt will be Kindly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention oi in he 'Irm. Member of the Awoelated Prttt. The Associated Press Is exclusively en- titled to the ue for republication or till news dispatches credited to It or not oil) erwlse credited In this uaper. and also the local news puunsneu uerem. w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 27 February 1918

T- - KJQkJBt wytiu.'- TC rT- THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE. TEXAS - i y"" mi I I Myiffc - rill PAGE FIVK h BEL GIUM " 'ff .!-'?. .fJjfcSTj 17 i aS HEEL And bo Uie season ends and It la tho thought that I should ever live June; the captains and the kings de-j there In my quality of gaping tour part; the princes and the dukes the ' counts and tho barons followed to their chateaux in tho country It they had chateaux or to their various cures or if they remained at homo they closed their houses. And it through those charming narrow did streets that wind and twist and turn In the lower part of town tho people swarmed and lite went on In all Us essentials as it had done for eleven conturles tho Quartler Leopold was silent and deserted tho heavy shut- ters wore up at all its windows the whlto facades stared purblindly in the summer sun now and then an old flacro with a prodigious clatter rat tied ovor its cobble stones and only servants went in and out of tho great doors. And Brussels settl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 27 February 1918

PAOE SIX THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS FELIX Fi. JONES FILES II Mil tllii NEW I '! DECLARES THAT UK IS COIYFL DENT OF FINAL ACQUITTAL OF ttlllUtilt fit A HOE. HiSTOHY LYONS HlEfl Vnder flip tart the .Sentence of Hie Jury Wll He nn Indclcrmlnnle One From Five to Twenty. FItc Years. iho automobile or dripping out where and did not hear from lilm until lie It might leave a trail which could be arrived. traced i ' ' " Pockets Jlfficd. i uu uuuu iimn h nn'iivui mm iiuim A mo- Special to the Reporter. LL PASO Texas Feb. 23 Hon for a now trial la the enso of tho State of Texas versus Felix R. Jones convicted Thursday night at 8:00 o'clock of the killing of Thomas Lyons a wealthy stockman of Sliver City N. M and punishment aosessed at twenty-five years confinement In the state penitentiary was presontcd to District Judge Howe hero today. The court announced that ho would take tho motion under consideration and that tho State would be allowed duo time to fllo Its answer to tho petition ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 27 February 1918

KWSMiu HUM i j jm - THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS PAGE SEVEN . "t i r-? vx AY I I Ik haiti) seme :mmisciige The allowance to a wife Is th month; wlfo and one ohll $25; LOr.U 11?1 IlKCKIVIIl I.OMI ixstiuttioxh nmuriM TUB HUMKCT. far the home par wlfo and two dhlldren 132 SO; to o dependent parent brother or sister $10 each. The maximum allowance to any family is $60 per month. In ad. dltlon to these each soidler having de- pendents Is required to allot at lea$t $15 por month to them. These pay- ment are offectlvo from November u 11T and will bo paid by cheek sodl from Washington to the wife or otfiur dependent fi. Every one must be prepared ID ber hardship slid privation at this time Personal conveniences can ndt be considered. No case will be for- warded to (lie war department unlo3B U Is clear that the best Interest of the government roqulro the discharge of the soldier. HOMER F LOWnY Captain Q. Mi Gorps Tho IvOCl Ktomptlon Hoard Tayldr county has revolved fie lowing Instructi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 27 February 1918

PAGE EIGHT THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS ' 1 m 1 New Suits Coats and Dresses Hill ill x- ma A Big Shipment In Today This message will interest every woman who appre- ciates the best in the new Spring styles. The new Suits Coats andDresscs opened to- day represent the newest models from the fashion cen- ter shown in all the new Spring shades and fabrics Unit are in most favor. The moderate prices will please everyone who appreciates the importance of saving. RUSSIANS OFFER SMALL RESISTANCE TO HOI HOWS OMVVItt) SWEEP OF ttEHMVVS L- MOST t'NOPl'OSEDs I'KTIM). (WAR .MAY BETAKEN lark of food cargoes as proof that tlu movement of foodstuff i satisfactory ome thlps arc detalnetknt South At- lantic and Onlf pmrts. they said. he- ame grain merrbojits of tho west arc lot loading car a ipldly ns hud boon expected dlALL & - r J 7 jr i"" t&j&miSly rtffcdKtrjIroweF Vp95lr"y W HUME Herbine cu stabli4hea "rice fin Drug and rs movements Lcmore IJc - a-lv The Itching and Stii of B&am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 6 March 1918

NUMBER i. mil mi: xxxiii. GERMAN DRIVE SEEMS IMMINENT: TEUTONS TAKE ALAND ISLANDS ABILENE TI AS WIDNrSBW MK(H o 1013. pnr TEXAS SENATE RATIFIES THE I ---"-" j RFRMANS PROHIBITION AMENDMENT WITH mm3?&W':Wd l TO LAUNCH A VOTE OF FOURTEEN TO SIX PPj mmmfwm PROTEST w 'jjjl' . ..tzjm- - Mmtymak mkhkhbh - ram s. imsr. vui to Ml Hllrnillu fill ITP 'il!Siwi Ifwt "lmM. MSmtHKkfIWey JPIwfl WWII I t i'm RUSS DRIVE IS llHglHi STOPPED SUNDRY HBWpllPMFlhi 'www w 11 'hi ii'ii'Tirvinnn' uti iiiirTffirnnmrxfrTWTnr f snolnl to Tho Reporter. ... itnth .1 Tht afinaio n voli of 14 to 0 adopted the Mlutlon providing for tho rntl- .f the national . prohibition . -ut to the federal constltu- .... roantilttlm WflS BUbBll- "(' tr tho'bouBO measure and tlien !! so when the house concurs natc ntnendinoni action win -mate passed to engrossment i. scnato bill oy jsonmor buuw h'ihK ino gruiuiuti 1 il '" ii.l llnuor IlcoiiHoa oniy to per- . i.ving within Incorporated cUIob 1 ..na In tho state. Tho purpose -iii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 6 March 1918

vajuh nvo tents t.illJMS ii i 111 . . . -J KHE ABILENE REPORTED ABILENE TEXAS Success 5 i iibH! Thrown bit of bark into n rivnlot nfyl if it keeps to the cen- ter of the stfrnm it will some dit roach the ocean. Get the point t Jiook up the biography of every ninn who is it renl success Jiid. D Itockefcllnr says: "Pooplo are oxtruvngmit nnd wastcfttk Wo nre uut sating up for time of need." Ho begun to save and travelled from n ftOOlCtfKMl'ElU to 26 BKOAbWAY. He followed the gtiidcpost of TJMltT systematic saving nyd ropclictt tliq.oocutt.jsuaoess Never before have circumstances so stressed i tito necessity of THRIFT. Snvo your bit with us wo appreciate it nnd pny you t per cent interest per annum compounded quarterly. will continue the management of the January and families left over Uio Bonds -can eat war rations In the company. Santa Fo for Hobalown Texas which ( Ivlt war as a boy back In Virginia . win bo their home In tho future j i went wmiom an ov.crcoat anu i ntu JfnoMS a Snrv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 6 March 1918

PAGE THREE T1IE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE. TEXAS HlffliFTIE 3BTH DIVISIO r. nmmm' Selective Service bx&ZXZhX Xi UT &&&' & T nirtK TWO 1 writs roitTiiE iil nOWlh OttMAglftATlON 10 PISS TIIK STAXI. r i . . iiowlng aecOTitt of tlio ruvtftW Thirtv-JHxth mtlsisii at cmp a ill Iw of Interest to our rentl- .lisp tttero nro rnhnyAbllotie m.I oilier i piurui vujil icaub the ajvlslnii A division la a 1 1 army In Ilsolf crtmiilelU down to I t uctall ami two divisions rtrafc j uiny torps m t 11 WOilTii loxnB i-oo. zs i he first time since It orgnnUn- i. uly sis month oro tlis entire Xs -ith DWrfon ptraetl m review tv brfore Its commander Mnjni- i oroblc nnd start and mudo n i .mi showing ( i it rrn and men of tlio various ' . ime keyl up with excitement n! i afternoon when thoy recolf- l ii rs to prepare for the first dtvl i i .lnv and they had gotten l i in the pink of condition innjserB pressed hats on straight i. r shaved hy the time they were . l ut Tali in this morning' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 6 March 1918

THE ABILENE R?0RTER xB1LENE TEXAS nil... ' I . i i if I I I Ilimwill II WLIIIilirillll I MH mil pi i PAGE FOUR iiude 3EP0RTEH Pablhea enrh Wi.n6saay nf Abilene. Toxas TIY AB1L.EN& PnlMTtNQ I CO Entered us Scond a.flis Mall ivt Abilene Texas SUBSCRIPTION RATES! O.NK YSAH Hn advance).. 100 TELEPHONES! - T" Uuslntss and Circulation .87 MU Ml UftlC'e wi... .... ...8s CvCicv 1W1 or 31 6. ribeia frt'linj; to receive lhMr i-apr IK0Uriy will cjnfr a fitvttr upon tfi ii . r .Kcninitt by reporting Urn same tvi the 3lina office 'l'hotio No 67. ii i 1 i Tpl i ) i h . Any Trtneoti reflection upon tne cimrat- W standins or reputation of a tiy person I rn corporation which ntsy decur In the columnn of TUB niSlHMlTKtl will be B'. dly C'lrrertRd uifin Its lflln brought to air kueiiitou of the 'irm. Member of the Aotoclated Pre. Tbe Associated 1'rea la oxctuelvM) en- iHlPfl to the ue for rnnuhllontlan of nil new. dispatches eretlllM W It fcrrlot Blh- iw r.diul In this paper and atao the loi a) r....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 6 March 1918

jpUfTJF? THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS PAGE FIVK BELGIUM UNDER THE GERMAN HEEL t at day of July Is tho Belgian! x r-ni holiday ana on mat aay rib c . ti always sunn at ate. uuuuio nu . " of tho foundation of tho dy. ' l.tv The wholo city W03 on fete th r yellow and roa flag of Belgluni w ' ".. -r ihi t ; Vh no snon ;" " :- . stands nt Stockel without contact with tho crowd. A much finer view Indeed. Far over the waving tops of the trees wo could see Brussels lying In the fir 0I..Yr JL- I Jiiwi- tXl Plain the great bulk of tho building r'r?voniV"." . LimT n; TuZ'tt the Clfaquanlenalro tho pale white tieo Unls modeled after tho tlio l!ru t poi l.r'ir 1 nited States of America was ' . nhRM. Tlio boulovardu S VP : hrongedand th& old streets of U.i'Br IOWII vviv i'. '"- - rl? crowd that Is at most tlm3 ontancously so nimoai naivety tvntn oiirtv morning long queues ... i ntn ilAnn thn otrpolR . rr tle theaters that day oponed f.l(.v ! the- public. Tho trains were r. w-ipd with pe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 6 March 1918

THE ABILENE REPORTER. ABILENE TEXAS M mrmKmmmfmmmemammqmmmtmPXm--nm'm"m" ' l-m'"'' """ ' ;: .... iihmhw. - - - -- ' J fa HOUSE III FAVOR OF ZONE BILL BY IBIGUITV IIS MILK LIQUOR ZONK HILL IS FAILED TO THIRD HEADING Y VOTE OF 84 TO 4. FINJIL ACTION ON MONDAY SutaVer f Amendments lVcro Defeat. erf Hut Two Were Adopted? Ef- fceUre April 1 nuil Affect Shipyard?. the federal board for vocational edu f grestonal legislation authoring e tabllshmeni nf an adequate' system for rehabilitation of dHnbled meh The estimates already submitted to ron- gress by tho board points out tlirt lOO.OOO out of every million soldier sent to the frdnt wlli bd returned dur- ing the first year of fighting and that Instruction in their new linen of Indus- try will be nee'ded for 30.000 annually who will be physically unable to re tufn to their pre-war occupation nun HUT TO FIGHT HAW HUNS Staff Special to The Tlepcrtcr. AUSTIN March 2 Dy a vote of 54 to 4 tho houfio this evening passed to third reading tho gover...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 6 March 1918

NEED MORE HOGS I THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS PAGE SEVEN i I HI IK HO1 I i t i r .llllri- Wttn lAAii Skill aI11 X.. .....- . A . i. - i A- --. '! .!.- It't'U 11111 Will III Tin rilKP AhlA TAaa lUkm X-. .-.- . .i. llm 0BOO8h lo P n n In to have a now social life Aren- if ! r. ... . 'a0T1 that ls l wonderful u the farmer la raising a hrcn rr ..tut.... .. .mH ..vi I 1 . J:. ihibii iiiu iimiuiu: van ib over now them wte 0P' h?i m d kfef.p aro u BOing to face the new condl- tt" IEfS.7 JSiL. hJiAi" ." Yoar lives hare become of very nf fow if i .-r. i 7 y R1u fiaerem vnI" ftve said what I ore.l win i P puforrt0S' 7 f.0? wne to ay My hope Is that t have at tU tiriJl f i! rt0uValuftVe nded a note that will cause some amount or rSS?m l . i a l hw u WfltcI hnt ou may admit' Srf?Jr'LaVl8toninei'? with an advancing" world under farmer in Texas should keep wehtfiti wftl r-atflv rii i hVhnW of enancd conditions mall amount oH J1V. "';" . . o i-Irmer is doffig his 'a w i .iu.t ia -j - tint Ti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 6 March 1918

PAGE EIGHT THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS mSSMMSSSiMSSMMMSm A Remarkably Complete Assemblage of Springtime Attire Fabrics and Accessories M fill nil ih 1 1 rttit fi b ftwiwtfrt (ffrtlf m if Of hi waMi1wlwlW)gwawM i mil imwwwswmwwi w-1 i w : .. ' ' ' '"wWWPWWiWWW'PPMWSSMWWpwaMnaMBlwaWMMMSMfcM - . . .. ... pMTflsagjB - i ; i. i 7"-" ' ' ' i i' '.I I1"- r . Now Ready For Your Approval and Selection All Moderately Priced From the dark ctovs of Winter the first spring month emerges with the ideas of a new season in apparel bursting forth like Spring-lime flowers. And the ever increasing interest in our lashion sections is height- "" -'- r- -. -w -. - - - - - '. a . . .& . i - "- . ened by the almost hourly arrival of new Suits Dresses v austs and Skirts; new Millinery rootwear an(I the numerous requirements for the Spring wardrobe. Easier corner in March this year and there will be much to to be m nerous requirements lor the Spring wardrone. easier comas in Aiarcn ims year o do i...

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