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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 March 1913

TB ABIUBire KiyOKTUt WIDKlf DAY MAHOH P 1913. FAOJETHMJB U. S. CAVALRY AND MEXICAN FEDERALS CLASH AI BORDER llr Vssorlntcd Press. IlOrOI'AH' Arlr. Wiirch 3. Four dead .Itetlcnv soldiers und n number Htiiiuded were (akrii (o Argun Prlotn (tnluy from n border point llc miles fniiu hero where Hie I'lilled Sla(e rinairy fought it thirty nilmilos' hat. Ilt Hllli Meslcniu Sunday. .u Americans were hurt. The Me I en ti commander cIiiIiiim that the Am. Confederate Sons A goodly number UBBembled In the Hall of Carnegie Library Sunday and enjoyed the Bpl(indld program nrrun- fed by the Soub and Daughters pre- sided over by Mother Clinton who Milled each number. The responses were prompt and tho clieOres were gwicroUB Mrs. llnsa and her fatlior Commander 'KhiBOlvlng Bang "Tho Drummer Hoy of Shlloh" and many . (f was dimmed by the pathos and i. mg' melody of that beautiful Bong 1 .uror was long and loud and brought tho old CoiirciloratD bn-k b .n the stage with lila- daughter and t y rendered a...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 March 1913

W r K THE SEHEKLY RtPORTER BY AHiLKNK rUINTlNQ COMPANY 10S3 North Second Street KnUred M secoud-clese niatl at Abilene Texas October 14 1IM. UWCW1TICX At IS. MxWefttbe (taftiTABM) ..... Om Yeer (ta nerrNM) . .GO .$1.00 Any MTMMU4 reflection upon tlte character steading r retnitfttle ef any fersoa firm or corporation which My mmc l" columns of The Reporter will be glad. tf eerrectee! HBOfl Its being brought to the attention ot the rtm. ' telephones: " Dwsteeis and Circulation Southwestern 67; Independent 7. editorial Office Independent 1G1. SOCIETY EDITOR. Independent 'Phono .- No C28 Bputhwestcrn 'Phone No. 990 1. ii. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Subscribe falling to rocolvo their papora regularly will confer a favor upon the- mnnagomont by reportnlg sane to the business oBlce. phones 07. EDUCATION IN TEXAS. YESTERDAY'S DALLAS NEWS contains a re- port from nil educational expert working for the Unwell Sago Foundation on the school nya- terns of the forty-eight "states which merits more thaiv pass...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 March 1913

-VI T riairm a Vttx i-r m Nfft'aMflaaaaatfBsVMsVB If For Making Pure 1 Delicious Home-Baked Food. no PRirF's (VIW" m. - WiJ raBakinfiKirdcn I7a v-f "1C " Deliccm ' fiikeJKSd f Jl ISCUlt Pastry UA- VHMMPMClHHfeiBnn No .Alum No Lime Phosphate .- J m aesg wdi c W00DROW W LSON IS NOW jtitinued from pnEC one) mant too oftm debauched and mado an Instrument of evil. The feelings with which wo face this now ago of right and opportunity Bwcop across our heart-strings like some nlr out of God's own prcHonco whoro Justice and mercy pro reconciled and tho Judgo and tho brothor arc ono. Wo know our task to bo no mcro tnak of pollUcfl but a task which shall search tis through and through whothor wo bo nblo to understand our tlmo and the need of our people whether wo bo Indued their spokesmen and Inters prctors whether wo havo tho pure lienrt to coniproliciid and Uio recti- fied will to cuoobo our high course of notion. This Is not n day of triumph; It is a day of dedication. Hero muster not tho f...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 March 1913

TJMBM sf mmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmj- n - Hint in ll jm mtimummmilmmmmikmmmmmmmmmmwm Ladies' Fashionable Apparel for Easter and for Spring 2nd Floor For your flster mid Spring ihmhIs we are showing n representntive collection of the newest styled in Dresses Tailored Suits nnd Coats direct .from Eastern ftufluoii centers. New Dresses Tailored Suits and Coats are being re- ceived from the leading garment makers almost daily These are representative of the styles for the new season. Tailored Suits Palmer nnd Redfern garments made up in the now weaves of Spring woolens and the advance styles for this season. Smart Ooata for Spring We are now showing some ad- vance styles in Spring Coats The season's smartest models. One-Piece DresSes New Dresses in the populnr weaves of Fponges Kntines and Foulards one piece in new spring models and nice assortment of colors for this season. Corsets and Corset Fitting' Corseting todny is not the more mntter of form it us- ed to me the buying of the necessary ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 March 1913

8tm4f)tMn VOLUME XXXII. ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY MAKCH 11 1913. NUMfCft 16. l)i bikM SUPREME COURT VISITS WILSON i.tMlU:VT DEFINITELY lEOIIKS 10 DISPENSE WITH AIDES LARGELY. NO APPOINTMENTS NOWI-PASS BILL PASSED I'u. iimi-lor f.'rnrral Burleson Declares (imit'iln Kininoyrn rroircicu uy Hie Chll Service Will Not lie Disturbed by Him miiNGTON Mnr. 8. Tho Su ( ourt visited President Wilson Tin visit was a very brief one. . xt occasion when tho court k formal cull wns on Mr. Tnft t n very embarrassing becaiiBo i Aii'i ilotiHO aides could not do- hither tho President or tnu - fhould leave tho room first. j i ourt theroforo prolonged Ub ur one hour. Todny tho oldes '-J Mr Wilson thhl ho should lenvo fr: iW did. ..nsldent hns doflnjtoly decld- ) -. dispense with the uniformed !. m public except on state ocea- riinmus Fmored for Ambassador v mii White House It l said that rtr.' o Williams Mcl'ombs for am. 1 sr '-r lo France. President Wilson .. h Augustus ThotmiH the play-. v r Su IV O. Appoin...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 March 1913

' lSfnv j r- ! H i 1 3 Nearly $40000 SAVINGS Just think of tho roninrkublo growth in our Savings Department; it is only about 8 months old and has nearly 4uuuu acposus. vet npt pay iiuu ine peoptu in mis coun- try do not wish to save. They are glad of a plaoo to de- posit their snvimrs and know that they are specially pro- tected and boar interest at the same time. Jtcmember that wo pay 4 per cent on savings and the interest is com- pounded quartorly. I New Feature "Give us the name of your new baby and we will compli- ment it with a savings account of $1. The First State Bank & Trust Company DISELTOIIS C. V MERCHANT J. 3. KNOX T. P. DAVIDSON V. J. PULWILER. J. O. 8HELTON J. H. COUCH D. M. OLDHAM Jr. L Handling Poultry on the . General Farm in Texas By Mrs. Benigna G. Kalb Bellaire Texas I want to say In the beginulng that I do not come to you as a sdcniU.Cj poultry ciilturlst not as an expert in any sense but simply as a farmwom- an who along with her husband has learned some t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 March 1913

et us Demonstrate to you the high character of Bank ing Service wc xcnuci nic jDaim that can handle your biisiness satis factorily underall circumstances is the Bank worthy of your patronage. We have pleased others for years WE CAN PLEASE YOU Citizens National Bank Civo L. Paxton President ' - Joe. F. Garrison Cashier W. II. Free Ass't Cshier The Saturday Our Efficient blacksmith Mr. 1C. Blackburn hurt liocn quite Htck for several days hut Ih nblo (o ha out agiilti now. Mr. Bnrtlo Hoynolds and faintly who moved itwny n fow motitliH nfio ro- ttirnril InBt weeks. IIo will fnrm litmt apaln thin season. .Mr. Normnn Blair of Centre Aln In horn vlsitliu: his father. Mr. J. H. Ulnlr. Mr A. W. Hunter Is nt Abllono this wonlt aorvhiR on tho Jury. I Hov. liodlnu tho llnptlst milliliter. filled hln regular appointment horo Sundny 1 Mrn. J. 8. Illulr litis boon pn tho nick (list for tho pnMt sovcrnl dayn. MIrboh Mamie nnd Uoiilnh Wctsol wero visiting nt M. 1. Lnflmor'n Sun. dny. Nubia's school ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 March 1913

THi Amnjari Mvovm today maioh 7 iei3. AOroum fit r s THE SEMtWEKLY REPORTER IV AB1LKNK PKINTINQ COMPANY Kattre m iwcowUefcHHi tt at AMI Tmm Oetetw 14 1 v' Mx Kefttb (hi 4rwe) Om Yew (k MTWie) . .CO .91.00 DOK'T WAST1 THO. . ' ' - . -.ri.ti . k nltiKrlir tantllnff AHy eiTBfl-UU nuniMim -.iron mu vo-.nw-.f ... W refutation 0 any tte firm or ierperattoa Yfhlca ay appear In the eolumaa of The Reporter will be glad- ly ewrected apoa 1U ImsIh brought to the attcatlo of the Ana. -1" TLEPHONt: Bwlnees and Glreulatloa South-eaters 67 Independent 67. Editorial Office Independent 151. SOCIETY EDITOR. ladopeadent Those JJo. 628 Southwestern 'Pbone .No. 890 -h.i-unrc f.iiin- to recclvo tliolr papers regularly wJH confer a favor upon the management by roportalg same to the buslam office. Pboaea 67. JUDGE BLEDf OS'S LETTIR. Judge Ulwlsoo's letter published in The Reporter in answer to our request for information rcjjnrcliiiff the plans of the Commissioners Court should put nt ease every objection ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 March 1913

5-H5(P5BFW5pi' 3f J AOm ;. SB '" ' if ii m m j.-.l ii iiii iffi" ri i' ..jj..i- i 1 jjiui'.'. Tjigmi''i i' ... '.'! '1.' ''.".' "" '"" "'"" ' w""r .J" '""'' wm ' ' '" - '" ! i-- - --i ri mf&?!&to JJTm Vvx im i -r: mA mm i ii im m-mmmw MwGLJ VI J :ril-ir1r1:iFiBf3r MV:i .W. TUB I lim ' 1 R IN I'll K Ik 71 f I w$3Xmjmmm ; IN CELEBRATION 03? OUR 13TH eAR IN BUSINESS we invite you io n Birthday Party at which wo shall spread a bountiful Banquet of Bargains. THE NEW PARASOLS Possibly the most radical style chan- ges of the past few seasons has been in the shapes and colorings in para- sols. Without a doubt you'll want one this season and our large and va- ried stock of all new styles especially priced is the place to select it. Anniversary Celebration Begins Tuesday Mar. 1 1 'i i "' i 55 and Will Continue Until Saturday March 15th Thirteen years ago this store began its business career. From a very modest beginning it has grown to its present position of importance By supplying t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 March 1913

THE ABILENE REPORTER. SUNDAY MARCH 9 1313 FAQS BIX u MUMS AND 1 is i ;.i i i Ml ME FOR 1 ON SATURDAY OAK rALLKP IX HEVKNTII ON TuTiH'NT F KAIX HfUUE HKI.Nd . TO 5. The baBcball team of Drnughen'fl UimlncsB College returned Snturdny evening from Unlrtl where they mot n team In tlft afternoon tlie game resulting In nu 5 to fi and was call- ed In tho Benvontk orifnecount of wet KroundB and darkness. Scoring otto man at the outset of the contest and shutting out their opponents until the third ntnse the TJalrdltcs got off with n rtiRh ami had things going their way at a lively rate. Howovcr In this third frame. Drau- ghon's rallied and broko an appar- ent flhut-out by putting ono dent In tlio pan. Balrd scored one In tho third. Following up with three rims In tho fourth. Dratighons got in tlie lend two home runs being knocked nt thlB part of tho day's entertain- ment The Jlnlrd team scored nnother man In tho fourth and In the fifth neither party was able to cross the plate. In the sixth...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 March 1913

V H""'t - j rAOltBVd i iIWm emPTl " pph j" yf IIJI 1 1111 1 1 lH ill 1II8Pimk" Isllf . MlllUllHlrW' B iifliHIIB H 11 .. u lIIllliBBljTr B "l '" nil III! II luff'. I Willi Ml ilHvr b tff aiiiWdf5SBBBV WJm-' I Mr np I s The New Spring m m Clothes are Ready m uyn "v j i r r - mam And you never saw linndKomer sails or lfttcr kilties tlmn thct now s'pring arrivals. Evory model stylish every ieceof faj)ik all woo) every little tli'lml qlean-t'iit and correct. Here yonwill fibflic most complete repre- cntation of fipriiiff's )ate$t itleiis in tollies in tlieroim sluidesof gray In-own. tnn and mixtures. Gut iiLlhostanle nioclu&fe conservative dres- si.ru. or in form-nttinir models and smart with TSueUftfT influcnccr. for voting 111911. Our suits are hand-tailored: :and a perfect filnnd Mittefiiotory service are nssnreir. biut.s Shirts and Neckwe Mens Shi vis in new Spring pat- jorns light colors in stripes and fig- ures. AVe have in the Ferguson. MoKinnoy sliirl the host value erfy offe...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 11 March 1913

' JflJyVlw" li Wjd.lfWj.WI PAOIBXOX? ST mf A w&&c?tnm ) kxf 1 f5r'ifc -- 7".i.. iJMBWPlBl 1 5525Wr 9fcVrt2KffJwsflB i IIBr Ji mfifflmMm mwmk 4K Gef ?eac.y for Easter .Just (wo more weeks in which to prepare. During this porjod wo will demonstrate n.s never ljofore the nhiliiv of (his store to furnish nil the new niul elever styles in wear- ables for Easter. Exposition of Spring Styles Monday March 10th THE MOST IMPORTANT EXHIBITION OP FASHIONS for JCaster and for Spring ever held in this vicinity will bo ready for your inspection and approval to-morrow morning and wo extend to Von an invitation lo be present. !llu benutvof the Spring Styles finds its best expression in these carefully chosen examples that now come forward for your view- ing. I He grnceuu lines uuu mu ueHiiiy m uw uvw unmuuih ur Spring is most expressively illustrated in the handsome models we are showing. The scope of our OPENING DISPLAY is broader than over a widen range of styles in the Oarmonl Section; a ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 March 1913

i 4 Slfeiktti &mtt4PiikiB Hip Z)c volume xxxir MANY POINTS IAQUA PRIETA REPORT RAIN if 1 1. W IS ALMOST (lENEKAL OV. n II T IV LOU JHKIIIS OUT- I1MJ IIAKIi IM'II. OJ FELL IN ABILENE Hill Uiiterinlb Help Toward Tutting lllltlT sciimiu Jn Ground una u Hi'iicllt Feed Crops Ol- i-r Till Section. no ami vicinity received a rcna- good waking Tuesday night. ! tu gathered for The Ilcporter by ' nu pendent and Southwestern iiufie and Telegraph Companies j That many points In Taylor and surrounding counties al- . u wetting" ranging from rains to only light ones i rainfall iu this city measured a otilclal United States Govern- . - water gtlngo. amounted to but f au Inch nnd though this L n irt like a Biirall amount yet suf- . in fell to thoroughly soak the1 .ml. and In many places Jarg of water arc standing this be- i n to the fact thnf. a rain had . only recently. That last tilght'b i tins greatly helped toward put- v . better season In Ihu ground It t .t i zed on ecry hand and It will n ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 March 1913

FA01 TWO IV if. Without a Cent Without a Friend 'J?hat& the way of the world. It's hard maybe but true. And it's your own fault if you haven't a cent or haven't a fair amount of money in the bank. People earning less than you nave money. May bo they don't indulge in as many extravagances but how initeii lo your extravagances benefit you! Life is worth living only for thoso who know that mony's worth saving. Why not start a savings account while you can! To wait is to waste. Do it now. Oomo in here today. "We'll open a Savings Account for you for as little as $1. The First State Bank & Trust Company STATE CAPITOL NEWS TODAY jiinsi: sri:is morning 11111 1I1LL roil ?3Wfl0&) HAM).. 1HHVIU OFFICERS: E. B. BYNUM President. J. 0. 3HELT0N Active V-P. J. H. COUCH V-P. OSCAR PARKER Cashierf E. 0. HONEYOTJTT Asst. Cashier. DIRECTORS. C. W Merchant. J. B. Knox. T. P. Davidson. W.J.Fulwiler J. 0. Shelton . . . w ... J. H. Couch. D. M. Oldham Jr E. B. Bynum. Oscar Parker. ..-. ti 1 . ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 March 1913

Let us Demonstrate to you the high character of Bank: ing service we render. The Bank that can handle your business satis- factorily under all circumstances is the Bank worthy of your patronage. We have pleased others for years WE CAN PLEASE YOU The Citizens National Bank Geo. L. Paxton President' Joe. F. Garrison Cashier W. H. FreeAss't Cshier 8 JfEW HILLS OFFERED. Tno Proposed Amendment)! Are Pre- sented la Houho Iljr 3 r. Allison Austin Mar. 10. In tho Houso to- day Mr. Allison Introduced a propds. ed coiiBtltutloual amendment tho pur- pose of which is to inako over tho home rule amendment. It provides that tho homemade special charters may be "subjoct to bucIi limitations iia moy bo prescribed by tho legisla- ture" but not InconHlstant with tho constitution and tho "penal laws.' The termB of meant to free the cities froni the restrictions of tho general civil law a. The amendment also provides tliat no city chnrter Bhiill bo amended except at ft general city election. As drawn t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 March 1913

iH V the semiwly mm BY AlUUCNK PRIHT1NQ COMPANY Ifttt North Rwoiid Street HmwH mi wcond-ckw malt at Abilene Texnt) October 14 iw. mnwcxtrxiCK kates. Ms JfMtfw (hi 4ti ...... ....... Om Ttc (hi mWmhm) . ......... . .GO .$1.00 Ay rrtmouB reflection upon tho chsrnctor Btandlng or rewUtfcm of any person firm or corporation which - tad IIia AftliihinH fit Vi t) A1tri i fin i1n.l- f oormiwi fcpo Ita being brought to tho attention of I Um Mm. TELEPHONES! BwriMM and Circulation Southwestern. C7; Independent 17. Editorial Office Independent 151. "Though dend mid under tho earth I sluill til continue to bo tho constitutional president." ' His manifesto linn tho ring of Hinecrlty mid iH chief allogations scum to accord willl indubitnblt facts' Mexico Is n Republic in form; if the Huertu-Dinl revolution holds it is only n ftopublie in nnnia The real government is n ruthless military despotf ism. If its power is established it menus a rover! sion to mi outworn theory that the people are inf- caj...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 March 1913

"yt"W ""' C Jtv ISqLU XLi 1.1 JljO & VM'lj ET sdh Sweet and NutxitiousWith Mk rOTTTriT FFINJFr! 'OiHitntof ln 4sW' sWiirfe4iViari Mjjgvv M.U UMi JuivuKiouvxif u : .; lvWkibPS3IkbH7 "cStt yj Croquettes are likely to be greasy if mads with lard. Cottolcnc croquettes ai never prcasy. imuwuhc imsiu to aoouc j.uu depfees higher tkfh butter without burning ana lorms a crisp crust which! prevents tte absorptij WEST HELD IN DECLAMATION lard of fat ottol U rrrro healthful and economical 1 ri pre than tord. You use one-tWfd il... 1 U 1 t . --JJ -OfitS Cottolcnc 4n . t cither butter or lard. t ' i !o UbO of Coltolenc is in(pensihjB to good cookingj i iui ana true economy tryjthis recipe- " ; CROQtJETTESd -s ny kind of cooked meat Or ftild7 Mnltin 1rM m.. -i.l. . v e sauce equal amount and darWfmeaU with tomato or brown r vie quite thick Seaion with lalfand pepper and onion Juice If 1 lin very cold shape mixtuTeitnto balls or concsj roll first In vac crumls then beaten egg diluted with one ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 March 1913

IftfiCVt tAOM iMrj iraKin i ISSiSi BfflJ IllilK ff& fS 1 ie JVenSt M t'IrkfhAc svie&j Aim you never saw jinnusf mer smifi'or lienor vanw HvLw arrivals. Eveiy model ftylisbjjvery pie of fnbi ficTrS Inf.. II lrwii.mit mid (nvrifif yM'fikrn vnil will find fill M Bcnhilion of Spring's Injjkideas in clofles in the mmW& brown tnn nnd mixturrf f Cut in the simple model WUmK Fors or in form-fittmw models and jfnart with Kaf young1 men. JF i 1 m&M Our suits aw jimul-tJUorcd; ;nnd n irfecjut Wftwtfizk sin usRiircdr Suits . .f .............. 'V. . . . . H Shirts and mm. if 11 mm ivac wm l rVlnV'jIP HI ring Ready s than these new spring ie all wool every little most complete rcpre- ariotis shades of gray for conservative dre5- Euglish influence for. raft WmZhu mk fflt& if s Sag! and satisfaetorv service . . . . S15 00 to ?25 oo me Men's and Boys' miK-MVi P PROPOSED LAW VERY STRICT ON . SOCIAL CLUBS MEASURE Sll)NSOHEI 1IY IWXA FIRE OIMMMZ.ITIUNS INTIM- IlUC!i: IX LKUISUTt'llK...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 March 1913

She biknt mU$ Htfwsttx ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY MAROH 18 iOlrf. NUMBER 17. FIRST SESSION OF NEW CABINET F Bmi-vJ "volume XXXII IMF FORMONDAY fC FEDERALS AND REBELS CLASH HOUSE PASSES MASS US m LES FOR COMMITTEE SELECT. IONS TO BE ACTED ON THEN. UMAN LOSES GH is Dcf-ated for Chairmanship of Sen- ate Appropriation Committee by Senator Martin of Virginia. II A otlutoil Presa. bifINOTON March 15. Tho r-lH lu tho Senntu today ro-or- i t I the commlttecB placing tho it. iv' In accordance with l Wilson's request In control T t- Ww committees. i.t..tor Tillman tvns defeated In his ufore the caucus for chairman . U. iipproprlutloua committee. Son- r Mnrtui of VIrgltilu being nampd im ptrsoniiel of the committee on ir at utile canalB indicates that of- f rtt. . repeal tho 1'unnma Canal free jrolBlon will meet strong op v.i Mier caucus has been called for Vi.u. when the rules for commit. n .tactions aimed to mnke the Sen- ii on Democratic will be nctca Kern Explains New Method. I hsoi lated Tress...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 March 1913

PAG TWO $-x$n Without a Cent Without a Friend but cent or Thnt's tho way of tho world. It's hard maybe true. And it's vour own fault if voti linvcu't a" eon haven't a fair amount of money in the bank. People earning lens than you save money. Maybe they don't indulge in as many extravagances but how much do your extravagances benefit you I Life is worth living .only for those wlio know that niony's worth saving. Why not start a savings account while you can' To -wait is to waste. Do it now. Come in hero today. We'll open a Savings Account for you for as little as $1. The First State Bank & Trust Company OFFICERS: E. B. BYNUM President. '' 3. 0. SHELTON Active V-P. J. H. COUGH V-P. OSCAR PARKER Cashierf E. C. HONEYOUTT Asst. Cashier. DIRECTORS. C. W. Merchant. J. B. Knox. T.P.Davidson. W. J. Fulwiler J. 0. Shelton 1 . . J. H. Couch. vv ' D. M. Oldham Jr. E. B. Bynum. Oscar Parker. r; Tl Wi ERECT NEWBU1LDING aiiilem: CHKi-sym coilkji; ;ro hake xxmsiri: rarjtv.&.. .HOTS IX Ul'JL...

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