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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 29 October 1919

l.afc; (tutmmm 1 11 " :r THE AIUlXh HhPUlU KH AiULhNE TEXAS 4M k. 'V PIGGLYWrGGLY TEMSffl. STt I OEIE! DVISE HERS II HOLH CQTT1 I CEIS Li ItniU bj f'riifnr iWkHitni. Tlie hotel tire finest rn In AMlsnc ai fftft iiritrfcft crWm tinn-l lb turner o Nortu i am en ! i vpr.s rtfftpti. It ba thr.- Ftrrk- and a l;enioht. s I uilt of l.rn S and U ml cfn throughout. The structure w.ii era-fed about ten years ar lv t olottel AV. II. Beckham of tsraanvllte one 01 lit best Known ltotl wen and nft3 Hi pan .Strike Is t'n1anfti!. "This n one ut the gre.rteat steps ever proposed fU tbis country affect iug the i-(momic welfare anil the do- mestic comfort and hciUh of lh Uto pie.- It is propmwnl" to tinrogntu Hi f'RMEBS niLicini FDR GDQD PRICE .!. . " . '" "i""" i ti .. rt1 'lrt 't WBs "P-ned ami w. ? to run during ine crnitimtanv tit wris .... itiMni-i nv ini . ?lnvpv3& T " T U" Lf i" ' "'- "f th il . t ho war. but not beyond April I. WJo. ...T .. J I1 'V ; "fftf J031 f? W V ' I tlro 11PW n wm tn...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 29 October 1919

I'AUli EIGHT THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS 1 f f L1 TE OIL NE WS HEW ILL F8il HSTEIIT 111 THE IN NORTH FART OF STEPHENS COUNTY 8hcial to The Reporter. FORT WORTH Oct 23. There Is another new well In the northern part ot Stephens county which Is shdwlug for production. It Is tho Armstrong well of tho Prarto Oil nml Gas Co. which found tho sand at 3TO0 feet and Is now shut down for orders. It la Ic-cated just three miles west of th now Donnell well of tho Hoxntt.1 Petroleum Company in Young county Which has fquMpt: shallow sand nt 1876 foot. Thilwcl! now id estimated to bo making 75 to 100 barrels daily. MUCH INTEREST SHOWN -. IN MUSIC AT SCHOOLS Miss Vnlerles Reeves music super visor for Abilene public setnols was Bucces&fttl FrgMryJn raisin? moro than fXS wKS4whJjil$puy new Vlslnr re- cords -fhc'pu5fijt! rrlibol Viftrolns A Vlcirola inusJoprogritul is glvorr at tho High school once ach week. COMPLETIONS REPORTED ' FROM BURR TERRITORY HEW KEMP MUMGEH UEI WELL LUSTS CLALir TH...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 5 November 1919

1 - . sjt 1 l) Sltf ten tttedtla ffcepjntitac !! nT mi IHniMWffW ABlLKXK TEXAS. MFIl.USlUY OVEMlIEH . 1019. r.v... - T rt -. i h mm ' it ii iflli in i. . .11 - .i rfr-r -'-- m. A l. Tn - n.irti M tUncie Sam "Look Out! You will hurty ourself." XtXREIl J I YOUl.ttE XXXIV ByMorrisllllllTrneTiTCC iilffll OFFICII i REMAIN SILENT ON IlLSON'SOF FEi EXPECT STRIKING G0ILMINERS1LL BETI1TI LIB EYERY CHANCE WILL UK GIVEN 1IEN TO RETURN TO WORK AT THKIJt PLEASURE ! m ii in i sin ti F MEDU1N Hit TONNAGE STRIKE SITUATION STILL SEPT OPEN 1 . i t frv (M u '. K- l ' JEIORTED Tlivr SWH. WIMP. KIW HAS A l'LN TO WIlMi STRIKE to AN KM1 I KM NEW COMMISSION Pcf-uiiifri of Ctitfiiiil'Mun .)n I nrviil tOM llctmr Sri I'lfl nnd Dcil. i ilr Aininmit'iiiii'iit N V.i -i peeu'd Soon fnv AsttHSlaiml "rftssl WASHINGTON Ny. 8. Labor of- f a aln det ned to discuss roportg that fkir.url Ofethpem president of the An.erlcait FHloration of Labor sub beatotj n way of settling the coal elf iko. ' dompira fs In New Yce-k In ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 5 November 1919

KK.KjW . TIIK AHII.KNK KKI'UlUMl AIM.KNK TEXAS "V fw. rrwirr JL-- - A ) Liberty Mi jfcftftt 16 put your littte mns in Is yours wnri'a vRfiTica Abevajrv. .. v fc-8 'afesK I i f I li I Jf jT lnt men s muiI' for lie fi!tun'Jniio ftrttiily iiuvHi tin' v orvi ciyr 01 icr. lupiPiuis a rigm 4'it rotu: c. illvTIiiii famiimhc u-s-yiniiiee lii-inl HI' iti-cttnll Iiv tiliiMiitv iF 'IVi-in Sliiriiura lflll- itnt f itlfl'ltlCf 111! lll'VtllF 11-lfll HL) hlfrh I . . . u m 'JF. Uliil tin MH 1 town In Hitrrcn County Kentucky . ' teaching the bullfrog In the pond to CDafr'Mng-o'-mnHPd-milk" Intend of the fa'mlllar "Jug-o'rum!" Chicago .News. HcgUlato tho to mofe proper u.Irnble howel liver nnrt sfoii fooling of strr by Mtf.eniofe- jr 1 i luMvlswIliJrii 1.. lltilNlfi f rfJn F fiiwf Li&tTniMr SpsI HtTg they fnll K Is nn ad it helps ("HP stores a ffnc oyancy. SOItt Co m1v IIP BANQUETBIS M'ilfflllEllE! NOVEMBED HUH LOCAL REFINERY IS mil iho(jhi:ssik fahmjiu April ISf 'I Marled Farm and NllIING FULL ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 5 November 1919

? fl"llp'4 'Will lGE Tin - . &y .1 t'"i lsff' I1 I : 1 I 4 v GDTTOSI HUMS FMriE CENTS 1 1 E 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 n I 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! I ! M 1 1 1 1 IM 1 1 1 T: OliiLEIElIET Fdrty-no ton th pound or $250 the barfe for 'ed and all. iaa the w-y! Un Tj.-t-n' rtmn;y farmers walk! off 1 with rotton prlres In Ahfletie fta.ftr-i tin? a I'lm their were n"rerlj l)8 'i staple coitrn '-i brmitt?js that pr." And thpre t i i 1 S brle tvli'ch brought 2 cents the pound the ...nti! Ml) twill U ml! In AhlUi .diritnv tlio rrire rar!i SntBrdsy. ftr a steady rise all week wan a new hteii record wr cothm in Abilene. UwiiltS . t lie rr-veral rainy days of lit week Him waa a total of about l.rt) bales ante hr Huyors declare that there in Vftl-V lilt In (Vl I Inn llBtner llal.1 ftw higher fre yet some of the buy. cm FrBGicieu Saturday nigltl that cot ton Till reach fiftv rant and that...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 5 November 1919

7 .r-.-(ffi! V--sJ1- - 1 - 'vSiJwJtSlijfji&A.. a- C-i 9t2S" 3. MAGKFnrn ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOV 3 1919 lrM t f Fhe Weekly Reported ttm luMiibed Eer -Wednesday at J'wf0 Set f ldo M "stHcUona Abllcnt. Tc.a3 f authority and each one. ot us Is . innuiifi imo me suiio wnere eacii is a Wr4 ft 0CM4 o mh Afcuw. ; bw untohimsotf. "Wc seek to govern ourselves ne 'e online to our passions and hppctlfcs iivimi tuu luiuius iu rt'Hsun ClllU TEI fHONCSi 1M rtftd Circulation....... iiti rnniu nraini w - n . . ..a .. .. .i fcx.ty ... 1097 or as Judgment. b Year ih advance .$10! J '"?"?". YhCh . men bo- . ' Iieve to bo salutarv for Tinman ttmxMv . - a - ........ ..ww.. .mwitwr. tin 10 n-vs tusu papw .Ticausc ; orsootu we havo. c6me to bo 2S2LmlnV&JtJr& "SSZ. '-?. they nro.nat democratic. """' -. --..--.. ...- ..--....-. -- !.. 1..... ....-- .. . " -tih n r u uu uciiea restraint nrrninii wo feel thai It js tit. interference with Will Young Committee to sbllclt funds 1 t1 Wise Henry Jam...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 5 November 1919

lM Hi ft i ii i i mil i i r in i i. tan mi liiiiilihi 111 u mm i im iiimnwiili minimum I i IMP Hiii lii M IM)iimWWW1WW Mia ulinii - iniiiim ii'M mmmmmmmimmmm'&mmMtmim mMim(!ai..Ai)i!w A a Am' mi murwpw The Call of the Hills '. By Elsie Endicdtt ' RMAfcriM 1UE AlilLKNb JLlKt'OiTI Ml UsrJ.hM- I'ltXAS ' -1 . : - - - 7. iV JStS. IT was at the DilliBf-bams dinner darico at the Counlry Club that rhil Brockford ftrsl tatf Matte Lister a pale slip of a girl In white who reminded him of the picture of a aalnt her golden hair waking a halo above her .pretty face. She sat facing htm at a smalt table in the same al- cove. "Are you looking at the girl with Wilton Dillingham r asked MargaHt -Miller who was Phil's dinner partner. "Ves she reminds me ot a wild novef In early spring dellcato and fragile- Do you know her?" "VW alio Is Mario Lester Wilton's fitnffe. The Dillingham are giving tbia affair to show her off I fancy. "She was not hi the receiving line.'' N'o; she Is a bit difficult for ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 5 November 1919

I iam-a aw d"WoM-.gm limum ? .ftnm wtfn4tii ...- 4 ... stx THE ABILENE KKPORTER: ABILEN "t rgga&aaaMEEwfrggg n All L4 TE OZ. WE" kVS am oil KM PLANS OFFICES mi fG't It was jthe Idea of geologls's then that oil would be fount! at about ft fM and the contract was rondo Wtli this ifpth in hilntl but thoy wcnttakjnB two hundred barrels and ilrlll- H.nnijr 10 tne tiontti mentioned winch I at tht Mmo was t"o deepest holo In this -x Mon of the country aid no feet The number two got three Iron- ied barrels from the upper pay. The Poteet No. 3 of the same company Is Mng to If. .T Mill an of WL oluv are ri foot to open Tf-is starters for Ui Homa-Okln trtl ing at thirty four hundred feet. The Brooks bf the Ranger Central Oil company just north of the Calvin onB i mwl (hen of Rdlng deeper. Oil Perkins tract which was fair produc ' n.en pnke of n grtmter depth as 'trv-lcr from4e Hlne alid now turning out tiie to drill to Chirm" If they had eight hundred barrels frotn that stra- ffnilwi about...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 5 November 1919

READ Tho Reporter Ad. vortisements.- They arc of interest to ov oryono. iuo ins tive rviimimamtmmnmm turkeys Bring. Your Turkeys to us for tho highest Market Price. Abilene Produce Co North 2nd & Walnut Streets THONE 172 . NEW LOCATION We arc now in our new loca- tion on North Second Street next to Griffith's Furniture 'Store. Complete stock paints wall paper and varnishes. John B. ffoili Phono 770. WELDING Wc offer you work that h not an experiment but a success. Repair Work of All Kinds WESTERN CYCLE AND SUPPLY CO. 1 s u w WHEN YOU HINK OT Groceries '. - Phone 77 . Oiir aloak is always fresh of tho bout -(tality and at tho right' prigc. Lot us supply your nqcdB. W. B. HALE 8t SONS ' ClicstnuLSt. Hang This Calendar Up and Get ffl)C NOVEMBER 1919 During the month of November a representative of the ABILENE REPORTER will call nt some subscriber's homo and ask to see this "HANDY FULIi PAGE CALENDAR' The first horno at which the representative calls and finds thin calendar hanging ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 5 November 1919

..-..i - . - 1-. .T'-'VTY 1. 'HUK .JWiy'l"!!'" ''"rrl"Trr11 rlT" '""1T CIV I'AGteEicm THK AfflLlSNK IMPORTER. ABILENE TEXAS sMMMmkmtSIimmmm Abikne's Favorite Shopping Place qUAUTY-M VALUE -SBRWCdE m -... i... - -. . ;i .. -.. r. C MurwKarjmflEJiBEJKaMO 4& w M? M' 9 IUfOfU A JW' sfcMI A Lr s- IK Id Ls 'esenting the Mewer Things in Winter Wear ..... ... .For. Your Selection. This Week Hie advancing season brings out new models in Dresses Suits and Coats in tne favored materials allowing the many interesting developments that mark the changes to winter laSlHOilS Olir hl.lVPl in NTft? Vni'lf ?C onhHniff llii-incl intMiinrMlMlinc. niifm..rtnfimiL --. rf ia . aa . i b . - iii.it . - ' i a .- m m ! a. Tor our patrom aiKl forwarding them daily. A visit to the garment section Monday or any day this week will he of interest -you will enjoy seeing the new creations in garments when first placed on display. mtmMm!MTim Fall and Winter Suits of Dresses of Charming Fmshion in T T W W i M Jf 1 ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 12 November 1919

- fUpjwier VlH.tMlD xxxiv viuu:m tfms wi:rsir ov. 12 loio. X&NBfiR IS BIG SENSATION SEEKING BODIES IN RUINS BF BIG OIL TOWN BLAZE Coal Minerk May Decide to Fight the Government's Strike Order NEAR DESDE GO ! I ttteekto i Mi r IE V I i 4- t 1 vt aiiTCHKM 1'jtom cTm company UKTS Y.X I'HUDITKH IN XOKTHKKN IMIOL. IS II VERY LONG EXTENSION Vnr lo (lift Xorlli of Present Produc- tion Anderson Well Prows a t'o Vnlnnlile Kxtenston lo Jlogloiwi Pool. FORT WORTH Nov. 10. Tho lite- gcai mwsution tor months Is icportod from the Uemlomoim fielm It Ih loporled tlio H. i. Anderson well of Uio Mitchul! Projuctlon Coin- pany far to tho ncrtH os tho prosont protlneMoli huh como lo tor n gusher When .t first touched tlio sand Friday It flowed 1f.O 'tarrols In hnl' of a daj. Saturday It flowed &100 bnrrolB am' when It was oponed up Sunday It If said to hnvo flowed nt tho rnto of 33C barrols un hour or about 8000 barrel dally. This opens n groat strotch of territo- ry to the 1101 th of tho Uesde...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 12 November 1919

: AGto vo THIS ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS fir ii iS H t 1! W ( . 4 Did Yoil Know? That this bank not only has nil financial institution but jtrTOuaranl 'melius absolute imitcptfoii to deposit IN A STATE BAK OF TEXAS DOLLAR." itents of ft STRONG d Hank" which DBPOS1TOK LOST A M mSsmkt INLtK) IAS ETOI SIITflV'unbj . JvioeIoi. ' I t f I . Mb&afilfv I w I 1 la Off era You Jw4 ")ur Friends I mm uw" X FirVJtaMank - T orara ten Texas death." waS the text Tho Ways of worldly irrofermeht. tdeasures. half baked churchmemborshlp seemed right to men tut the end thereof ts alway3. blightlne death. Fourteen were added Tho Queen theatre at 2:30 p. m. was the scene of a large authoring of men whot assisted by Gospel Singer Saun-r Tefs made that building ring with the praises of God. A men's chorus samr r- ?.' m :'." "V bo where you want me to ko" with fervor. Mr Saunders sang a BtlrrlnK . --.r - .-:-.- solo enutioa: "xne ureal judgment 'Morning" to very attentive listeners. (Evangelist Hami...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 12 November 1919

BmWi :'- ."'f--..i:li:JW-'V " THE AftlLfcNE REPORTER. ABILENE TEXAS PAGE TBtlEt' iH.!.nnnMnnnmKt.uurm1HHJnimimii.HHHHt!SMnnnn!Hn;.MnJJ Fqji!jK :csrt fB 'iCS Without a ' Check ?ST. IWWUMtjwm $mi have no world v of pn.vin ffnjtn trouliln check ingf AcccniM sirfMrimtf with tlvpoLnsinPss rtlvp put Ukth i:iifltniioinu ffills liVasliJtsnb; to trjr?I rmmft ho litnftifl--niiM lvo ymlleXI5ptt ill firnHfiinn f sn.iitl lofvnn. Uiv not lilt his lmnk. autf-yonr lusi- iips ii i iMzeeisvJf at 1 Bank GaiHfcil fctul Sttrplun $2000000 5 3 1J HjSS 25 Fdii 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 k 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 w 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 1 it m MHimnnonRffxnniti FLOUR MILL WILL BE ERECTED IN ABILENE BY YANCY YARBR0UGH1 Announcement wan made hero yw- tordfty that n. Modern flour jnlli will be csfubltKhed in Abilene at nn early ; ilalu by Vanev Yatltrough ot Helton one of tho bent known mill men of Control Taxns. A sui...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 12 November 1919

i iRMHlMiJtfl-ML"tv Wg- r jwKI'irHT ln ti iMWUn fann - 'XjNBIWB!WipHMiWi)'l? vt& t fegjsfcaKsaa s -g -sssafjas ?& FACIE FOUR ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOV 12 1919 I' id 5 J. 1! i: i ! I I I i i it ' i i t i r i i f Hie Wcekty Keporter Published Hvcry Wednesday nt Abilcnt Texas FliAJTT TREES .a long lime dcclaro that now is thoj time to plant trees for shade. The - Jsplendld season that Is In the ground trt m Jcai ciami ftH m Abiien will keep them growing and by tho ?.. Hmft it cpf Arv mil hnrn nr-nln T-rtko Abilene will be pouring Its beautiful dear waters into tho mains and there will be life Klvlnjr fluid for every pur pose. Plant tree and help to mnkcrf Abilene a city benullful. It Isalso a lino time to grow nn orolmrd. TEI.lH0NESt and CIrcul&tloa. . . . ........ ... !. t kMML BAA LWVCn -TWEU..-t lMtt(i4fltftfi.' ............. ............iuvt or 14 J 1 - SUBSCRIPTION RATEai One Year in advance .k...-flo8 ARMISTICE DAY IS HUT IN BIGGEST STATE . Befccrlbers fall! to rece...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 12 November 1919

the Abi'Lene MSPteTEtt abilme tkxas IMftff. m ifc" -M KIKE MI OBSERVED III BILENE DM 1TTH Al It o'clock a )iu Tuesday No. vottilicr' llth Mnyor Dallas Scftrbor- otifsh lias ordered that the lire whistle blow one long blast followed after a minute's time by a shorter one Muring this minute Mnyor Scarbor- ouh has asked that all traffic on the stroelt of Abilene come to a dead to; tlfftt eTdry man woman apd child In Abilene remain whore lio-lnny happen to-ie during that minutd In nrder that vtu might alb give at least ft passing tholight to that same hour one year ng5 This Is the date of the signing of the Armistice. Tire American Legion joins In tho reituust of Mayor Scarborough that 1Mb tnlnuto he spent as Indicated above out of respect to their dead comrades and also In celebraton of thO signing of the Armistice. Eastland new Mr. Ashley will build a nice 'CISCO AA'TICIIUIKS l-t - 1. .. ... !..! il Utlllt are now no longer on the same Una 10 bungalow on the remaining acres ajnd each ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 12 November 1919

SIX THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEtf AS - - - I. I.III ...! -. ' ' r- . . '..I. .mi ' " " '" '' .... . f i. I " mm uuem ii "I ' nnnnnnYnnMgni'ngggnnMnnngn-.nnnnTnn ihrbmkHf ggggglisWggggggri jHjKiFBfcijBSSBK'BH fggTggfSggggggjSjgggggggnMSgggggggWirglhi. MlBl ! -WW-.wMMpMMi-.-M-.-"."--- 1 J ' ... . . . . III II -'W''M"' " " " " """ ( ST l A N American aviator bach from the wat two disturbingly prcf ty girls and t band of midnight marauders that down with xtnruf i ed calm in Ihesectnsion cf a great financier's Aomc thus Henry C. Rowland raites the curtain here with on en tibsorbins tat cf ad- venture the first serial in thie nofe bla bffering of Btue Ribbon fiction Written exptettly tor this ncuii- paper and never before published " Spica " is ft etory of plot and counter plot of anarchists and in' trigues too sinister to be fought in the open of an amazing girl who plunges into situations of the most desperate peril of whimsical humor end romance with an unexpected er.ding. Its auth...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 12 November 1919

f OQHE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS '' ' '- " '- ' ' r-' " u r- : " .7 7 i!jty Hznty C Rowlands i;i a ..- r" x & i fgj"'- i; -' A V- . ..Continued jTnm preceding pagcj urea moving cautiously across ft roof diag- onally opposite. jspleo crouched slewjy and watched them. As they had appeared so suddenly ho thought thoy must havo come up" through tho scuttlo of tha third or fourth house boyond and with burglarious Intent were making their way to somo other. He was In no danger of being seen as tho night was dark and the superior elevation of hta own position enabled Kim to watch unseen In tho shadow of a chimney. Tho marauders advanced stealthily and dl rectly opposite Spice they paused la front of tho smalt square structure which gave exit on the root from the house- of Mr. Berhadd Aria the banker Spleo waited no ibngar. Slipping back to the studio he picked Up the telephone and glancing at tile index card found that Mr. Schuyler had noted the Arla'a number in tlys first space. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 12 November 1919

!jg'il!Sn52?SWWS ' JHii iaJ.cgirl'lw" '"8? fr"5"--tawH 4m.c iJAOM EIGHT THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS JUMUll lod J ! m 'hS at tu! eq nu til) 4 an ! tu CI 4 . V be t. I R( $ :l w IK til & ell ov M el "J f tl d n t pi 1 i? v h n H W J c. tu it tt ti l j i . y ti Emir Faisal Fears Holy War f 7 if Arab Kingdom I Deniea V . 1 British and French Have Divided His Country Young Leader Declares to Julian Harris When Aniniostiy in Paris " W . T nirte "PArttnov tn Aclr Hie PvM '" i Leads "Pertinax" ta Ask His Exile &. r Iv JULIAN HAJUUS PARIS Saturday. A Bbon as It was known that Emir Talsat had ealted on Frank I Polk head f the American pence delegation the bit terness of the French toward that young Wrlnee Increased In Intensity. It has Just Reached lis pitch In the suggestion of "Pertlnax" In the Echo do Parts that Emir 'Faisal he exiled. The attitude of both the French and the British toward Emtf Fnlsot confirms the observation that while Individuals Of the different nations o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 19 November 1919

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Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Weekly Reporter — 19 November 1919

. mmimmHmmmMJfWWM&IHf1 cftMl! f THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENETEXAS -r-4- Some of Season's Best Style Features it ' I i i U . u .4 4 I il AfUr the Summer Fur Me Many Are 'Following With theCarly Use of Winter Furs Delightfully Wra le and Becoming Frocks Shown for Different Occasions. MAN women are wearing their winter furs and .havo been for tho last few wet ks. l"or Umbo who object to wearing furs Bo early however there are provided the loveliest Beta of uncurled ostrich that one ceM wish to Be. A gray set is here shown to good advantage. The collar la 'merely a straight band of stiffened ribbon to which tho straight fro rid 8 are attached. It la Intended to be worn close about the neck and should not be allowed to flare open. t The muff Is the downiest affair In pillow shape. It Is lined with gray satin and 1b as light as a feather but as warm as a blanket. Carrying out tho vogue for sets the large black velvet hat Is trimmed with gray uncurled ostrich. A frock which realizes so...

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