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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 February 1914

SEN I ON DIES AT WASHINGTON i.mi vm;s vmulvkwkma' to mimwiA 8i:v.itoh. mm i:li:i'ti:ii i. tm PUdUG FUNtRAL BE HELD Mas (linlrniaii uf Ftireltfii llelutinm rtiiuinltlee Ami (hie of 1VIImiii' CIum-iI .Id. Hon. t)n I'liri'Jgii I'ldlriri of nloii. 0 BODY OF BOY WAS FOUND 1'Or.Ml AT MmjN SAIt'lllLU' AITKK WJ.MI AMrUAIlWlT. SIIAIU'JI WAS .MAIM: Hilt lll.il it HminiG) I'rcBH. WASHINGTON Fob. H-3euWor AHiKinstUB O lluooii. or (Jeorglti. tlic first senator to he. olurl under the Mwvontyonth amendment jtrantilng; inl- ine popular Humuortnl oiccilAiis. died In a hospital here today at the im w uVtniU''f1vo. fh titil cairn- iiipi!.'ii!cJt.v nfter ti (unburn cement that ait oiicruth-1 tpunglit noWHinry tin tho klduro Y uuld not ho performed; It lintl not Iiocii mtpposed that tiitf Htitnlor wn u near death. A mouth nr.'. he fell mill Umimhl tltm liu lutil frat'tiifi'tl a rib. A blood clot on tliu liuui't wiib given as ! idtmelllule caiiHO (if hut (lentil- Senator llucoii wa chairman of ih i "i-oi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 February 1914

I PAOI SIX JXL nvu r..w miiiHi.- an Hi.i'ii" i'-1 :r i V Showing New Spring Goods in Many Departments .1'mulf.tl Hii-fM'l-. K.H''ii '"' '' "T ' '"'. m' I. '"' "7 I J HE effects of the good work of our buyers now in the Northern markets is apparent in many sections of the store. We are daily receiving shipments of New Spring GO great variety; beside Woolens Linens and Cotton fabrics in weaves and colors w will Hp most in demand this sorine1 and summer. And all the charming novel ties in dress accessories are coming in at frequent inteivals. If you are interested in the New Spring Styles you should come often and let us show you the New Arrivals. We want you to know how complete and up-to date our Merchandise is and how well we can serve you. . L Newest and Smartest Styles in Spring Millinery lirilVUIl" 111"' iliilllH'Hii i-""i " r". i U 'in m 1 iui.1 if kill.-d by muMiU-iil il mi.v your o-lalo. Aetna Accident Policy It's Tho Best. " MOTZ & CURTIS Agents. inn ittii on married men ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 February 1914

-" VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 20 1014. HUMBIR 110 WHAT SHALL WE HERCE BATTLE TON AND 54 CHICKENS ARE ! 7 CAR TELEPHONES ATTACKED TODAY JURY AT 5 PI Ml Villi hllllll.TiHI Id -SSKI.I. AMI gfohgk u:l ( ntnv o conversation. LONDON SI FFHIGETTI.' WITH DOR 111(11' LASHES OFFICIll IN RAILROIRSTA'IION i:viK( tf:ii Tin ii. or si:ATiiit i ( astii.1.0 tvi'Tturn u:stkh. im iiiki:s horn fhiiii. i.i:m foh tiii; i . s. ;oi:iiMi:r ) uvM'.i. foiKKs Tuirtsriiv imi luuii i iniii: si:r ici:tiiii:s vt K it v ViIIIXj 'ION FTi:it Til Fill TIM It SOHKTHIVU LIKK 25 FOWJ9 II WK ALKIIAIIV KKE KXTKK. HIl FOK Hid KXHIHIT i'.'mi.wmmi n tJi; sut wii.i. m: IDMI'M'TI'll TtlHW FUJIIT I FIFTKi: MILKS OF t U'F HAITIKN. PARTY ON BOARD ENGLISH AON GORE CASE TO 00 WITH BANDIT? IN HAITI TODAY Mill RETORN ALREADYONHAND t USD RAILWAY HANDCAR FALLS NHt Intention If Adopted Will Rev diilloiilzi' llusliirK iiinl Jlnke t'uuiiiiuiilcittluu to Trains Possible In Short Time. Telephoning rruin n moving hnnd- Wr 0 frl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 February 1914

TWO J V The non-interest bear- ing and unsecured deposits of the bank are protected by the de- positors guaranty- fund of the State of . Texas Iter parpulR hen Hitiuln) Also Mr I'M Morrl uinl IiIh family of Civile wp.t ilaHom nt H T llrtrrU' Himdar AtlMf Clfirn Hllloit uf Tye. went in Cl'ila Ial week where. nlu acted tin bride1 miiiil ui tliu wedding or Mr llOlloiimn mill Minn Imi Kirk Mini rinrn mid Minn Ivu nrc old frlctidu . A hiiiuII per cont of 'the curb oiitl crop 1m biullv damaged Hun tli titnnd In ruined It In believed Hint If there had been a lit do niore iiioIh- tltrt in tliu ground. Hint tin- whul qnii would hnvo come through t)n frctixc itntiurt However the damage ih vorj alight mid IT we can havo inlit noon t ho outlook fcjr hiiiuII grain mill flattering. Wheat Is not hurl. Utiili' llitiiiiKor .liillnii Hindu u lu- tnens trip to Abilene Tuemluy J J lltiioM 8 T. MorrlB Itev M II. MiiilHon. were in Abilene 'on Ixihi -items Moinla' AS 0 H1N SK.NAI.S 01' DISTItllSS. Abilene...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 February 1914

TAQ TKM1 2553PC Him. Hi. 3 Our up-to-date .facilities unvary- ' ing courtesy and absolute safe ty give positive assurance t that VOltr relnrinnc; here will be pleasant ( We appreciate all business en- trusted to us and Gfive it our closest attention the Citizens National Bank Geo. L. Paxton President Joe F. .Garrison Cashier LEO FRANK MUST HANG FOR CRIME Don Neglect your Eyes ton Long jftittMfa As 'G Btrnlti causes many serious .glg flggBlk eye diseases. The eyes tested by the PHgW DEP drugless refraction method the via- NiVHtf& F uol power measured while the eye l 35? In Ub natural condition Bpeedll) comfortably and with positive ac- curacy r M I ' Fisher & Turner Jewelers and Opticians. Noxt Door to Otto's Candy Kitchen; 110 pluc street.; Phoue il90. oeohmv sri'iimi: conn af. firms m:tece of iiiin HEREROF.MUIV I'll HI IN DECISION MAD E TODAY Pencil Factor) .Niipcrlnlciulenl lliul Upi'ii Sentenced lint Excciipoii Wo Postponed I'cmllng Ou. come of All Appeal tly Associated P...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 February 1914

r lit Smf-VitMy ltprttr Y AHLENt MINTINQ COMPANY. 1M2-M HrlM Wensl ttraat. BNkH-M M gccmid-clAM Mall at Abllcue TexM October U 1003. SVIttRIPTIMPIICE $.1M SI Win mvnlnV TELEPHONES: BubIiicbs nnd Circulation 67 Editorial Oinco 829 Society - - 107 or 318 (Any erroneous reflection upon tho character. Standing or reputation of any person firm or cor- poration which may appear la the columns of THE REPORTER will ho gladly corrected upon its being brought to tho attention of the firm.) "WHY CLEAN MEN PREFER TO AVOID JURY SERVICE." Tile DulUih News in Us ihMiiu'of February 17lh hn Mime tiling tu .say ahout jury w- vice in Ti'Nns tlmt need to lie carefully eon-fiuk'l-eil. In Taylor county poor mummuimlu tion.s for jtirius should ho a tiling "1" ' past as soon as our now court house is completed. There was a time when conditions dusurihod h the News obtained here hut ovun untlui' those trying i-irriiutstaiiets many ol' oilr bast men served on juries. We believe that our legislature; should j...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 February 1914

1 i r IBlLJrWtBH RwKwtm s f (JbbbbbbbB f 1 JAW if IPPf jM'Pj gap i lr 'i Ired-U&ths Easter ---Afori! 12th ! Don't wait placeyour order NOW for that Ng Spring Suit Kai'.n-Taili $15 tl Clothes that will bring you bak MINGUS BROS. & CO. Men's Quality Outfitters Grand Premium List I tiiePeoplriIoSeJoubkal I i draft m I - . SSB r Thousands of Beautiful and Useful Presents To Be Given Away This Book Tells You How To Get Them 'The people's Home Journal wwiics to tell ynu about iligre-il premium plan wheteuy you can chlr.m many beautiful and useful articles without one cent cf expense to you. Hy this phn you ran obtain wearing apparel lioyicliold niticles. jaw dry and many other things of practical and crnamcntal utility. Tl IE PEOPLE'S HOME JOURNAL i-. the bejt 5Qc magazine in ihe world It has lecn established for nearly thirty yrcrs and numbers its Traders in the millions. If jcu arc net rtlr .jrtJy ac- quainted with the magazine you should become ro rtt once. Its stories nre the ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 20 February 1914

?A01 SIX B OOKS FOUND IN PERFECT STATE NEW YOHK KTATI. TIIE.lSrHl.II KSNNLHY rOMMlTTKIl HI'l. I 10K AT ALHAN V SPNIUY jy ctimltfiiR to the op of the colony ntnndplpe nud falling therein wlillo In 11 fethle Mute of mind nml drowning while tlu smndplpe was full nf water tlnscil m lila underclothes FEUX JONES NOT GUILTY SAYS JURY CONTINUE THE PROBE? It Wbi Hollered Today Kurllicr Audit of Account Would lip Mwle- II) StHlp Comptroller Arpouiilfliit!). AT GKIBMUE Willi) HLTKlVKH HKHB THIS A. M. .ioniis will m-.Trii TOMORROW lly Associated Press. ALHANY. N. Y."TSvnv Account- nia from thu State Comptroller nOlce today reported that nfter an. ex . mlnutloii. the books of Statu Treas- . ier Kenneth who killed himself seslerdny were found lit perfect eon. l:t)on. A furtlier audit prolmldy lll f .How at once. The announcement given out by the nrcotyitnnts linn tended to deepen the oijstery of the death of the stntn treasurer iijul leadH to the supposf-p tern that there may he -a cause of hlB d...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 February 1914

VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 24. 1914 NUMIEIt 111 EHff TREATIES RDERSAWIDE OUT POOL HALLS TH nuviT nu of ni:ST.si. HUMS SHOWS 11 UOIM'i'V. ivvr OP :iiji votiN HE FELL OUT OF CAR AND THE WHEELS RUN OVER HIM BADLY MANGLED. Mtrn:iis i:'(tpt iiio.sr imol. vim; honor. 10 m: rlfi.h. i:n -in tiii: hai.ti.. nai i NiiMMTFrip.v Itaylor co.votes man killed in BRYAN 0 uiill iiuii nn LU UI fr m A A E PROS ACCEPTS Donor nr otiiTniii T IIUULUl ULII Ull t 1 m r Wo Attempt Made at Ft. Worth Convention to Name State Ticket and Submission. 0 FMf w These Two Candidates Do Not Present Their Names. Ball Declares for Submission in 1915 and Outlines His Platform lor Governor. ti. ABOllittf PrWB. J Font worth- Tfm Feb. 21 col. Thoinnt it Hail or Houston was iiniiniitd by ncrtaiHUtlim M the- Prohibition Uontnerntlc enndldute for nowrjtutr nf Texas t the "ollinlmitKHi" convention here late today Mr R.iP utceufod tile nomination. TJi'Tt1 tit tent pi to iiumtiwte n full suit ticket and the queat...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 February 1914

hi imittitmmi0mti0a 1 FAOITWO i; If "Cotton n I it yeesi?' c King" and This Ban BP...W &-i 2 """I"" I II " """ ' ' "WrW" I a pM ' ' ' A " IsJtiitg" th 0 RQ kA&ffor Jme fi a dr Jf f ' v ". "Hb3 ; J ? d k y k the Poultry Sh The i'l?: . w . .- ... Rf 01 II Tl SllIC I V II III lllrili UUL 1 Uilu I u N CONVENTION rmu.w K'n:ito uii:s mi; THO day si:ssi or IWHM H0l. BMUffS TORE FII Si'imlur sauiv'i iict ll uia-tirini.u l:siHillliillil HlMi JMUl'TttUiij-vlHilSr . Cockri'l IiclhlT hhir 'IiHk Wit Luiuiil) -Ulfiitlwl f ...i.! .. ...iw. .. m.i-iiiifcrt' .. l tit mjJliiui iiti.i.i'n "'aHWi" l""" ' . W wn . 'te t A : lUuriii . oi-iiJHiM J was MiUWHi'd . in U Homt'r "lu 1 riioiii tH tlli"iilT'l'll ."! ...-..- .t.i.. iiftiMlnJnli Lattvif iliio.i iii itit . ici't nviiil.lil.' :i ill I iji. or K N K'rln tlHivi-i .i iji. a-1 Ult-hfi f wi'lr -IIM- .in 'ih'.f t" A. '!l li' il3 -S HplHW.if- I" .' .li.ir- pr4i of livyiur '' 'i''" "" ..i.ullr l.iH I'? HI- H.iiM-i. .1 Mil u . ford ii round iliU dlf ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 February 1914

Q T- ' Our up-to-date facilities unvary- ing courtesy and absolute safe- ty give positive assurance that your relations here will be pleasant JW!eappreciate all businessmen;-. . trusted to us and give it our closest attention The Citizens National Bank Geo. L. Paxton President Joe F. Garrison Cashier Don't Neglect your Eyes too Long K Ah eye strain causes many serious fH eye diseases. The eyes tested by the tHJ drugless refraction method; thu yIb- R0P ual power measured while the eve is in Its natural condition Bpecdl curacy. Fisher & Turner Jcwolcrs and Opticians. Next Door to Otto' Candy Kitchen; 110 Fine Street. phone USO. "Personals From Sunday's Daily. 0 B. McDonald of Stamford Ih in the city on personal business. J. M. Hampton represented Sweet water hero ub n visitor Saturday Misa White of the Tye hcIjooIb. was In the city Saturday. Miss Alice Turner of tho Turner school in JnnoH pnimtv. iimi ihhIhpi.r in AblU'iio Saturday. MIbh Dura Smith and MIbb Qlllu Trnntham of Llttl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 February 1914

mmmmmmmiimn PAMiwm i hmfr ifc nni i- :i .1 :l i n t ? THE ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN y harqip mac cath avKorsis ov vhkviov chapteh. XMMni Mmrm heHavea her father Col. Hare to be a aWea perH hi Allah. arlnelaaHty of India. Tho K4MT ' Allaha haa receatly Wed bernuno the e4Mi JmM met mT4 hi life he him hl" weaar. Tmaallafc pretender ! the throng of Ait tora Kathlyn and " foraea wMWif - Wing r fa Iicr fataer num bo " i"t" Ska Kavea her oi in uauioraia Vbm her arrival la AlUfca abe la lntoimra.hr Vm hallah that her father belatf dead aha la to be a4 saaat marry hint forthwith. Her refusal lnrirl- ara htm bat na Kathlyn' beauty and aplrlt b4Te Made a atrona appeal to tbe people be ylelda (he yaiat far the time vein A prloat announces tbnt 10 waataa may rale Hnmnrrlrd bat becauae the yovna eei la aot eoaveraaat with the Iowa of tbe atnta aha will be iren aaten dnya to decide. When Katfalya reiterate at tbe esplratlon of tbe Week of Krnce. her refusal to mnrry Umbnllnh abe re- estvea acnlence fr...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 February 1914

? .;t "wl"l'lil""'"wawWWMMMll lllll l Mill I ' ' J I 1 them. Imported need must bo kept reinvested with those Important (unc until acclimated before Insuct obsta ton. TJio offlcors aro; clea can bo overcome. Weed ncod lmvo PrcsIdeM A. 1). McLaughlin Ham been hero bo long Hint thoy nro drouth tin. resisting Palng this nn nn Jtlutrn VIco President Chut les A. Jones Hon he declared homo-grown seed cua Spur. bo grown until thoy nro hIho drouth- Secretary Homer D. Wade 8tum restating peed. Ho told of the fallacy rord. or Advertised seeds i iliest" also constitute the executive Vltliout good sued runncru will nl- commlttoy und liavo tho power to wuy make- crop failures denlguuto tho time of tho next session "Home Kcouonilea" wubUic subject of l''0 H01'' wldl c.olvc"u- "-' of uu Interesting lecture hy MIrb Josslo lnoVi . "."i0' "tt wdl "" wwre l t mi. .. i... n II.. .. .. ahnll bo hold. i . hi' ii m iiiu i nn uinil r.MVliniuil ; Department. "Cooking und sowing". lol'owl''3 Bpenklug by Miss...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 24 February 1914

-ifjtjv 1 a wv gAOl SIX r i' Ce St vw AQeavaUes Vttvovtv D&iV& &amfcws audi Dress Vccessoms 3Vre DavV Sarmeul Sedvow iidxva us a osUVoxv o mee Wis iemawis o caxV tavpYs. "OlsW Ms secox oftwv aud acciaw outsc xvv ie tcx ses as ve& avvVj somsMvVc tAot&& osee eracvia. Modish tniloroil miitH in uVnii-dresy cfft?i'ts nro now hoiiitf shown in variety I'mUmbl- edlv the most cliuritiiiig nsMirtmi'iit of the new season's style- that we have evo- liowii nt this curly date. This displav of new tailored suiti inelnd a uumlior of models ju-4 in Miiuy new materials as well as the staple weaves are .oiupri-wd in the showing. The suit coats are in the new short or Eton models ent on youthful lines; the skirts in neat xlrniMis tunics and tiered effects. PRICES S22.50 UPWARD. 'SEPARATE COATS Xew Spring fonts in half and three quarter lengths m new spring colors and materials extremely drssy models entirely different from the past season's styles. STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY. The ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 February 1914

Qttp biknt Semi tPiiklg Bpxrrler VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2 1914 NUMBE 117. CANAL IS LIKE (Hi: ATTACkS UK. ihsimss i.iujsution S BODY TO BE LLEGE CAMPUS VERY VIOLENT MUCH OF SOUTH ill ism's oi m: mm ii vm iiti. Hirusis nv iihim lIMtl A'lTll IMIM. I IM IlktU 101 0 Mil i (ovni mm m.. sn 1llll(iB 1(1 I'Olfls. Sn 01(1.1 s ins must J in. sinci: isMKi. iMinton ix ins IIKI'OHTI.O nsKUIIIIII miti.i: uivwrwiF. TAhi: of FIHST (M'l'Oim MTV. PAHTLV him vi si or rtTiii:i(. SPAIN STORM SNOW COVERS FEW CHICAGO BEN W atittfaT:. mJt. M J . iSr it 0 WOMEN VOTF n. GlISS IP OF THE Z .Sitae Autlelj Full Out Vpinnrnun Or l.nritv jiiiiiiIIU' ot 'Uiilci- 'nMric" mid lljnrliilli titer.' sjirciiiliiK Siirfn f (mini fly AmttxlnU'il press l'nrmttn Feb $i n u. m .n Mf h v) ii(h1i htet. n coJle tHi- n.vn''mitit Bweroo o the IrtlitjtHts jus now From lb tlkMstiuiln of lllH yf( lone bwii Mfclng lonfr iurs m .rttvucni canal imiwjBjj clauses nri b nig graiidustui) ntin t tally a cmu- nii.m&M StS&...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 February 1914

m i . m aii Ba8 HMtowM)WHiawuuMiaauii ! TWO BRI TI AN NOT TO ME ANY HAND J V WM"ii''IWaili''1" Mil lull II I milium l rPrWtttWWgWiOWII.Ir' TRAIN WIN WN STILL UNFQUND 8EXTRH LBl S k The non-interest bear- ing and unsecured deposits of the bank are protected by the die- positors guaranty fund of the State of Texas .V I'llUillU. OITM I'.K.S INII HKN VNH AN KSLI.IMI "i.! M!i:H iiti: kii.i.i.i. 0R0ZG0 IN 110 CITY I-1uYr.1l ni.imiiinlrr Virhts Tliei'r SiifHi tiler IliithiK HIil IYr Six Urrks in Tonus Hills . I.sfllp.' Ittdlt'l. lly Aiwoctiiiml I'rcKs. vba vttvz mx. h a.'nt rrbnta Saturday nfterii(iH blew up a federal troop train t'tirryiiiit sotdlum tram Mlcij I'ltv to .iniapn Tin '.- plotfion was wear I.lntrf ..Tfty-ftv attivern nm mitt nnd mi. Ktutlhtii tntnw''r wre killed In th PXplomoil oito.ro IN JlJLVivo WTV. W The First State Bank & Trust Co. Y r )- -s t5J Jjr if l'.ut t? t fs. s n I & i - 11 EM t. .;. 4f CAMPBELL'S Corns ou vW wo be &sa-ppouU& vw MM for M .WiV In T...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 February 1914

FA K 1 m i nnmi imT iWiiwiiMWMwwiiit'ii - . Qur up-to-date facilities unvary- ing courtesy and absolute safe- ty give positive assurance that your relations here will be pleasant Wappreciate all business-en-- trusted to us and give it bur closest attention The Citizens National Bank Geo. L. Paxton President Joe F. Garrison Cashier Don Neglrct your Eyes ton Long ah ec strain causes many serious it PJe disease The eeS tt'StOlI b the tgl drugless rofruitton motlmd- ih.. u- ' iml newer mt-tiftirf il whili iti .v. i. In Its natural condition spcuil. comfortably nnd with positive ac Fisher & Turner Jewelers and Opticians ..- wwr 10 uuos i.auuy KHcuett; 110 Pine Street.; Phono tSI U'JQ. QPnrkT) THE. CUB raryrfn sc REPORTER What In Sam Hill Can Be The Natter With Scwp? By "HOP" ' WV? AWAX AND SCOOP-TKE. THIS: PREOCCuntp HOfr MARKET REIWl) N COLUMN REWRITE r wREKT EOMSOF TKtPE-LISTEN ry mS - HOfr PRODUCT? ARE Hi(HE?? pfttfCRS BEING- CRtWTEH VV;"m o?cAT Blfr BLUE EYES Hl$ HELPEO WE. MARKE...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 February 1914

AftgTOP d.Tbt WttUy Rtptrftr BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. 1022-M North Second Street. Entered as Socoml-clttBa Mall at Abilene Toxm October 14 1003. SIISCRIFTIIN PRICE ft YtK Six MMtfcc $.111 51 TELEPHONES: Business and Circulation M Editorial Oft'co 82'J Society i 1037 or 38 (Any erroneous reflection upon tlio character Handing or reputation or tiny person firm or cor- porn tloii which may appear la the columns of THE REPORTER will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to tlio attention of the firm.) Sulzer Again A "First Pager" Jfcv f.o..rt:nr Sulor (f Xovv York h again a first p.ijre nttnivtion. iulzo.r may have tunned miiiiu who has not? hut vve think Hulir has been siiuiucl .ngtilusl more than he .sinned niitl lo? down in our heart wu would like to see liinr come back uml occupy the ehuir which ho was ouuiiyilit; in tlie uapitol at Albun.v Income Taxr .Snturdav Feb. 3Slh is tllu InM tiny in wlinh to file witli tlie revenue collector ut Austin yw income tux report. If .you ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 February 1914

A7IV T 1 4 i EXTIMtt TOMORROW p - 15 - DOUAR $llflfY& PS j ;4f CAMPBELL'S GENERAL DIAZ TALKS FREELY HlilVtiN IN MHV VIHtK AMI SAYS II I! PtIKLS SAr'KH TIIKUL4 THAIS IN HAVAK.V HOT OUI OF POLITICS SEARCHING THE RECORDS .Vjllii'r N He Allied With tny of The 1 0'ir.inu Force OicnitJii In MrxiroIlNturlinl Condi (Ions Still ('OHtliiiic GOOD MS AND THEIR RELATION TOWCHOO IS I'OPFLU'ION llUItl. WILLINti Til .SIM-TOM HLTTL'lt FIIOUI.N tiia. mint iilfohi: BLIZZARD GRIPS ENTIRE STATE 111 vmim svun m slki:t t mUlNTON MMK Is'.):.: Hot S. TON CUOI'S MIT lll'HT RUIT BADLY DAMAGE! Per Out Until F r - SpecHIt to the rteiKH'ir v a at r 1 vnrrn.v uti. n.i Tim. m A Imputation u more filling Ui sttPlHirt ' .... bailor ejioots todiy twin at un jr--1 ' . .rows itwc It in iHlUif ivulhKil ttwt '" nil tlttcnitniMl wuiitlij ot .igeiietdii lttltl Ifm. IHtlM 1MU1 .HI'. tV.flltl llll.l 1 more Uimi alt elw. that tlu' imwt in1 ytte aiceiwlbh. to tin clltd"Pti. iij rnftry cOuiUries where bad roinfs !- Uy Ahsoc...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 February 1914

-q iiWimHwjltwpyJMjiy " -f P vf w pa ox uomr "WIi VV Make Eating aJUaj "tr-f - . iii( !ft ? Wlll'll ill' tMf It" ih H'H '"1 '!' 1 hi iiAnnrjvni u aw au enjoy your ui"l !ltiiui 1. 1 lttHrfff.i itnu m M.BW ' (li(Tpr'iit xvlion He1 mcMiMM-ii - j uiinM'H IfKhrtburn. lUnnlliilt. Nanscj ttv Ullf jFo"t HMMl rj Friday and Saturday Feb. 27th and 28th tnAcl indi-n- g 5S. nan untl ChhIIvimih HiIh oiikp m HOSTET STOMACH 'ERS m Cud o Ve TCVowWv SaAe Wces tav .wo orys OtVy L MBBSSfcjMMiMKaiaiaLjawtitteJfer: n i.--a? l-"iBgaMil iHttafc.ci 11 ir- !'' ise 1 im 1. jjv?gj ata.-j V" fj I t -7j f-! I "J J i rA X ig Jjiri ara TOMORROW IS OUR FIRST DOLLAR DAY-A REGORD OCCASION FOR SAVING It ih to boa monthly ovout nt CAMIMHOLL'S the Inst two dus of urh moiitli - lnn will murk a dollar priro on ovt'jyUimi nlvoiti4tcl; and will irivo vou nt this uiohthlv salt1 mor jjoods for your dollnr than at nnx otiiov finn u I Iran iui utlni- 4oic ran offer you. N'oxx- ih your opjiortunih to fmve'im von will be convince...

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