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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 March 1913

mmrn Litems ?P. oonatfnaciODoaeiocian ft Q Kf MOKO ITK.MS ' f 0 O Not much to report from Mora Nils week. The rain eg bndly nordud to fill our tanks haa pot materialized yet. but hero's hoping. We had no bcIiooI for several days last week ns the teacher. M. C. Free- man stayed at homo to help nurse tho little new daughter that came on the ISth. They have named the young lady llolcn Luclle. The young folkB of Moro have (julte nn Interesting literary club and givt? an entertainment once In cver two weOKB on Friday nlghta. Though we have no llcrnhardt's or Irvlngs (as yet) some of them act quite well and the music Ib especially worth mention lug. Paul Pollock who plaB the violin IB a student under jack Freeman ot Abilene. MIsr Ella Hunt visited Mrs. Nat El- liott and took in the entertainment Inst Friday night. Many of our ctlzcns are signing a petition to have a new court house erected ut Buffalo Gap. Your city will have to get busy or lose the county cat Tlio chlvarco that welcomed M...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 March 1913

It VI Ii m1 THE SEMfWEEKLY REMER DY AUlLliNli: i'JUNTINO COMt'AM 1022 North Second Street. iSTerodlui Bocontf-cfatiB Ma'lIluATiTIcire7ToxaB October 14 1903. Any orrouuQtiif rulluuiion upon the clinrnctcr standing orrouutallosi of any person fjrtn or corporation "which may appear In tho cotumnft of Tho Itoporlur will ho glnd. ly corrected upob Its being brought to the attention of the firm. : BUliSUliUTJl'iN JtA'i'. "" BIx Months (In advance) ....... ....!.'. .... ''.'CO Ouo Year (In advance) 41-00 the publicity tfiven by tlio nuhliciitiim yt tlio tinttiiw uf tlu tlrojfpfd nlud0nls Such action puts u public sftffiiiii on tlio dropped atmieuta which is not neceMitry. Prtvalu notice lo tlio Httulent mid In tlu too of ton forgotten parent or tiardiutt is the proper course of procedure in sucli eases. tho nlnisplicre tit Austin too heavily laden with poll- lias to be good for students! If so it might be worth while to eonidor the roniovnl of our louver- aity to xoiue more favorable- loca...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 March 1913

' A " ' - UOVKHNOI! 'HILQUITT IIOUIIVKU YliTOlM Till: SCHOOL U.MI HIM. n 111 BELT miun!. BILL NOTSIGNED Bf K' h m mH sk jjvi HfjHM BlrM Xw-iEwS rttQtrL tM iVKfllr J CREKM jyJWTIIICTIHG BILL wiiiiiiy ira wmcr i ' jyr I i . pi inane: fechrvf r - - i Purity in food lovt cosfcj these are the demands! $ft Pure food is healtiyamf health is ecinomy Uclf. We cannot havaeflth without health- Jul tood. p The most healthful foods are the quickly raised flour foods bi jcuit; cake muffins c rusts and other pastry when perfectly made roin -wholesome ingred:ents. Dr. PRICK'S baking powder makes these 'oods in specially attractive appetizing and w holcsome form and for both economic and hygienic reasons such food should be more Lrjely substituted for meat in the daily diet. But bear in mind that alum or unwholesome baking powder can never make pure whole- some fopd. Tltft MrtiMirc train Sent to Confer- ence .Senate ftcHi'Inilliif? Action. I'iuhoiI gLMllKMHlD Prison llouil Ivitle lilll. HUE SCHOOL r...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 March 1913

A&! BT-r ; ' ".. " 'L. " - i ' . fejgg m - JL ' TO HOWARD PAY! i mmi $m?rjL wmWtm I l$tvil-r -il. l-i fUB'E ''jli-i: " ;i "" - v x4f 1 AEL 5.r Air. i?n- iKT.V7F Jf FuV UCBHHHa & L JEW3B.tMt v'VJ fKl Jem. lrM !'"'??? "i ) fi -Hy'lSMMnE AP i 1 J ?f ELji l ' ? in:IBXnnrAi' r f frsm W B 15 &" lflW8B i-W B i-iPi-? ? w & Gf Hi fi 51 I ;': "''S5WH HpjH $$ 'nil&vr ntf 1 o tf. r -& Rr ' bM fet'VlrBr Kl JECfwfe? "'-' vsEMr KITS L3i 7Prf lr mMHHF7r S-r' f' j& vfE'7V iN. wK) RfT'f. & rw JaNTflEir?& SCSlUPsVt'j r.i2raBT -! a E T!lwrP"BvtH i EL TJl4f4----r-! 1. wlwvi-r5Si I i VBr i1Il-;i i t& - & "y WlSPC?tlc 1 'itWrMll HlfewICT sgTs r-TK ffii f FWMf M-R kS L'v l f nt H I p Mi K&1 of i I KS. f tK Kgif lBvM F t4wf'C &urtitj Urattfi (Etotfjaa CrrtVMIIIL. UMOnMCa For Foung Men; m Ae iVeu; Spring Fabrics and Colors $20 and $25 Snappy Serges KIRSCHBAUM 4'TRUE BLUE" Serges are always in good taste. Whether in business or outing occasions they give a d...

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

v"'T!'""3'jpWwri " "TWS k Slbilem &mtitPieMfl ftjepirt. j VOLUME XXXII. ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY APRIL 1 1913. NUMIER 21. " r t v"?JR ftf I - r t-. It t BOND ISSUE LANDSLIDE. MAJORITY RECEIVED 520. The Most Expectant Voters of The County Were Almost Stunned at The Enormity of The Vote For The Proposition. ABILENE'S VOTE Buffalo Gap Voted as She Had Preached and Gave Only Three Votes For The Issue. The Victory Was Decisive and Accepted as 'a Verdict That Taylor County is in Need of a New and Modern Court House. For The Bond Issue Against The Bond Issue Majority - By the deceive majority of- live hun- dred and twenty property tax paying voters of Taylor count the proposed bond iso of ono bundled undlifty tlioiiBiiiitl dollars for the purpose of erecting u new court house vvnsladop- ia MriLiiruiiv. nit- viiuiiiuij m run 1. 1 riff Willi III! iflllllll 11 HtUllllIll surprise to practically eviTjjCvotc-. who oust a ballot to UIoho wno we In favor of the nronosltlon as well those against ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 April 1913

m fcJUHH 1 1 11 1. .Mll ill Him niii.immiimmiii.i A01 TWO s. Ladies' New Spring Waists Of White Lawn Lingerie and Batiste. Soft Shirts and Robes- pierre Waists of Pongee and Silk. ' All new and natty styles at the closest cash figures. Prices ranging . . 7Sc to $3.50 'WMU'i XI) mrinki " - ! - 1 f-.sgggssag" - MggjT " i r v ft' IM r r M ' V i t I ijrj V j-; s r t i i U f . ' NV How Much Have You Squandered? LOOK BACK A YEAR! i Figure how much money you've earned. Subtract . from that your Actual uxpunsus your board or rout mid tabic e.xyonxcH your bills for tilotbing foundry etc 1 fA Want's tbo remainder 1 Quito a tidy sum iM And m where is it? Gone! Friiturcd away! Spoilt a dime " or'rt quarter at a time ! M Wicre nfo you jroinj to' land if you don't boffin to -fsayo- somctim-7 And isn't the bet time g HOW? Tlihrbaul: pays -1 pur cent- interest on Savings Ac- counts. . The First State Bank & Trust Cmauy Officers: E. B. BYNUM President. J. 0. SHELTOJT Active V-P. J. H. COUCH V-P....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 April 1913

' Tt'- - (t- arir: . -I I 1 J is...!! ''" -pwi ' - i i r' r 1 AStylefor Every TastegTake Your Choice Where Are Your Valuable Papers Z 11 ' ' '. V v.." 9- . H I 1 . (I i J ". ? i 1 S ilk :- b. M OUR COURT HOUSE has been condemned by experienced archi- tects; if your title papers are still there get them and bring them to us. We are especially prepared to take care of them for you. We will gladly extend you our ser- vices in any other way consistent with conservative banking. The Citizens National Bank GEO. L. PAXTON President JOE F. GARRISON Cashier W. H. FREE Asst. Cashier SENATE PASSES BURGESS BILL GENERAL IIUtKJATlO.N HILL WITH HOUSE AMENDMENTS IS ADULTER. Measure Including all .Mercantile Eh tabllHhaicnfs Department Stor- es Telegraph hihI Telephone Operators Ih Adopted. By Associated Frcsa. AUSTIN. TEXAS MAltm 29TIiq Senntn flnalty punned Iat tnlu after noon the. DurgesB-Gln8Scock General Irrigation 'bill after t(iDting the Houao nmendcntB with tl'o addition of minor Senate amen...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 April 1913

I. H HHIU inlKlllliWHHiml HI'lUWlUMU'I'ljiMwiM at WJ IIWUimli I WHMu'WH s h ft I i ii i ? 4 A01F0I I IP B BY fttLM jFWKTlMa COMPANY MMMwtfe Street. M Neatf-ciM mtt t AWkae Texas October U 1W. Ar wwiMH wrftactte upo the cliaraptcr standing fcr r wUtkwi ( nay twrwm firm or corporation wtilcU wm mpitf hi elHiMM rf Thq Reporter will bo glad. crmU Ha Irtta InrousUt to tho attention of UMCHITTICK XATKS. to M pHu (hi Mtww) .. Om Y (hi arfVNMc) .... 4 .GO .$1.00 TELEPHONES: OtrevkktkM Soutkwefitorn 67; Indopcndeut T. JHKorkl 0c Ia4eaeHt 1G1 SOCIETY EDITOR. Mef4t 'PImm No. C28 Bouthweateni 'Pbobb . ...... .No. 030 ubcrlbn falliBg te receive tbolr papers regularly will center fYW apoa the management by reporlnlg hm to tke bwlaeee office. Phones 07. A FINANCIAL FXRIL. Six thousand million dollars' worth or Aiuencau securities stocks mid bonds arc owned in Eu- rope. Forty million dollars in gold have been sunt to Berlin from the United Stares during the pust month more than at any corresponding...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 April 1913

a&aa&.graa&aaaoaactr Hi U Court Reform Received Death Knell 0 1$ THE HIGHER COUItTS V J 4. V I hJL r l)Y DISTRICT JUDQK T1I0MA0 1 ULANTOtf. Abilene. Toxuu Mnr. i!8 lUlli. To The Abilene Ucnorter: Court rcfomi linn received itq dgnth knoll unlcHH tlio Governor fthnll re- nurrcct it. Tlio resolution offered by Scttotor IlrelHford lant week and paused by the Senate to uppolnt n eominlBSlon or five lawyers to prepare uiid HttRRcst to the next lRlalutut-o 1 needed court roformn Is of Itself aim- ply n fllirowil crlmlnul ltUvyer'B loch- nlcnl motion for another two years continuance. This resolution togeth- er with the amendment which Sena- tor Urclaford on the preceding day. (succeeded in getting the Senate to tuclc on to the Humphrey Hill paused Uy the House permitting crroru to ho pointed out for the Jlrut time In a mo- tion for a now trial liiHureB the con- tinued tranquil reign of our present evils and that technical reversals planned and designed during trial. nhall stil...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 1 April 1913

f 'i ' tin. HIGHWINDS V ; ' " ; "" f i I V fi - U mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmtmmmmtmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmm A Urg aortnnnt of beautifal Embroideries offered this week at extraordinary price concessions. All the mew theigne for Spring are included in this special offering. There are Edging and Insertings; Flouncings in 27 3$ emd 45 inch widths; Alovers Bandings and Galloons. Pretty effects in white with colored embroidered figvrm; Silk Crepe and Voile with colored designs and bands to match Ecru and white sheer Lawns and Bmtkle in Flouncing with Persian band to match; colored monotones French linens and floral effects. The jhiee ire without a doubt the lowest we have ever made for early season selling. Four Special Lots at Big Savings 45-inch Embroidered M(arkuisette . $1 50 45-inch Embroidered Voile- . . .?2 25 New Bulgarian Flouncing $1.00 niul $1 25 Handsome Voile Flouncing l5-iiu;li. in now nuttoriiH and LOT 2 27-ineh FlouneiriK in dainty imUeniB s...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 April 1913

fifM ' VOLUME XXXII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 4 1013. xumhor . Ruins of the Diamond Theatrte Where More Than Fifty Were Killed "ygpjF" SSUE ACUTE INDIANA CITY SERVICES HELD UNDERWATER IN ROME TODAY OHIO RIVER IS AT STANDSTILL SUGAR TARE efST 'iefKS?! Fw 1W WEB BC x-- m . ;iu o t 'Vxslfffn I I FIFTY Rt'ILBINGH REPORTER FAIL KIF.II AWAY AT LAWRENCE- Rt'RG THIS XII KM Ml. DEATHS ARE LEARNED Ample Warning Wan CJhcn lo Entire Population. HHd In Nol Relieved A ii j Will Lose Their Lives In the Flood. By Associated Press. LAWKENCElltlKG Intl.. March HI. practically nil thtB city Ih under wa- ter today and over fifty buildings uro reported to lmvo lici'U carried away by llm Hood which Ih assuming morejMorgnn. who died in tblB city .Mpn- alarming iironortloiiH hourly It Is not believed that any IIvoh have licnn lost on account of the fact that an ample warning was given over (lib entire city of tan rising watery n.id it is thought that all the people have gone to ad'l'ia( places of safety....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 April 1913

Ir5!?! ' ..III l HWpH . i II. aS "ii tji i"ii"iyiffi"uliii-M. a " . I BBJBaBBBBJBBBBMBpa1f' . . Ai fVi i I I I II I f . .rout k 'It 1 I i! n ft i MbWWMH i - i Save! r I i;e Save! Sm EVERY man woman and child ought to MTe it safeguards your future stcures independence and paves the way to success. The person who cannot does not and will not save money cannot and will not do anything else worth while. We pay 4$ interest on Savings ac- counts. $1.00 will start a Savings account htr. Today is the day to begin to save and right here with us is the safe place to put your savings. THE FIRST STATE BANK TRUST GO. Officers E. B. BYNUH Pres. J. 0. SHELTON V.-P. J. H. COICH V.-P. OSCAR PARKER Caskier E. C. HDNEYCUIT Asst. Cashier JlrTpUfjO HL!I UUILUII1U ?.::-m UP VERY FASI f u Y i' T . i "I'1' Witi 'fcro Jlatlb XUtM With )hkh lft.Wft-i J&IB?fAytc1l. '" ' -Uciinoi I. iw uT n- -M- -IiiSf. xHiR"t ' ' - Dl JiuhiTi MiiiT f ' r.'ii -Is..-lli ifl VldgtfiqiumitfcopMbe UQY administration building f...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 April 1913

aaigaMb 'Ldr mJJbimimmixi&Ma&tac: 'f- f'l ii 4 t V r . ! : r c r ibA . 'J5 IViere Are Valuable Your Pep ers OUR COURT HOUSE has been condemned by experienced archi- tects; if your title papers are still there get them and bring them to us We are especially prepared to take care of them for you. We will gladly extend you our ser- vices in any other way consistent with conservative banking. The Citizens National Bank GEO. L. PAXTON President JOEF. GARRISON Cashier u u cotrtr a a - i ly rr id. M-MxiMjf sissi. usmer 0 MM GREAT MOV ON MA JIKXU'AX WAN IIKIMUTJTJEXT AX- . MMWTKS 10000 TROOPS Hi: JIISIU'ITHKU TO NO ITU. SUPPLIES ARE NDD ALL PEACE TERMS E IteporfMn Mexico VH) Todii) lYim Or. tucuSrT i'H "t Hctm Km'cu- ted Hut h Helng lipid iTHoiM-r uy .apstn. By Associated Press. MKXJCO CITY Mex. April l.r.-The Wnr Duimrttneiit today unounced that Uiu mobilization army of tea thousand troops would uqrIh iiiovluK Jodny ugaiust the Zapata followers In tlio BOIIttl. All peace negotiatio...

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

i "IT"I rlil " '". il.'J' "' "" ' V ii ' i. . ' &2 jjgfcg- pMtCiWltflWl "r r t m y SBH-WraO.Y REFWIEt BT ABtLNtl riUKTmo COMPANY ' M Worth Inn! Mra. Mil at AWUm Texai Octffcw 14 IMt. Aar anramam ratoetten apfi tke extractor atandlHi: r yywUttew C Mr yen ftrn or wfjKM-atlo vlile aw atar la Uw eotunaa &f Tke Reporter will be glad- W MTe(e4 tiftea its b!u brought to the atteaUoa. of Mm Mr. Om Yaar (bi a4Yaa) . . .GO .$1.00 telephones: BwricMM ami ClrctuaUoa Southwestern 67; Independent 17. Editorial Oflce IadepeHdent 151. SOCIETY EDITOR. . NO u0 t t l!U ffffU lB(Kefide&t tl'feoR gontfewefttera Theme Bubcrlbers failing to receive their papers regularly will coafer a favor upon the management by reportnie aBB.e to the bualaeea office. Pbfiacs 67. which ii would Mot bo prudent to expose there can bo no doubt wh$eVer The veto ptSwcr coultl bo wado to acoawplish ihqnt nil at it proper purptwa if the uoiiscquonoo of u vuto wcro jnuroly to require the Legislnturo to repnHH the vet...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 April 1913

V 9 U ( M BDIACP uiii rmuE Cream BAKING Rurm HmmMbfi Its active grape joda. more some? delicious tarn whole- The low priced low grad powaers pm atum m m&& phosphates 5ia the food. Ask Your Dodtor About Thai scrysasc. Rad fords9 Heart UV PJiTEH RADFORD. Pros. Farmers Union. FOUT WORTH Tox. .Mar. HO. J haw received manj letters Horn bus- JUfHri men throughout lij Htalo coia- nientlhg on my previous articles utid Biiggotln;g that We need those heart to-hunrt talks betwepn industries. I ttm u customed to farming yjtli a hoe anil nut with a pen ami in my wnbur- niHiimni 1 hopt) 1 wilt not chop lowi ally Rood Intoiitloiif or irumptc on worthy efforts. 1 deKlrv only to har- row the Mcud-lrads of frli'iidehlp and cilllhato w plants of co-oponulon ( a ntorn vigoroiiB (jroutii aiul a mow perfect frttltloiu We can hilrtd ablrfInK HtTuctiire on- ly on Mil Id fotiiiilutlotiK and e had a wH stride rack bottom foro po- lK any further. 1 am not uumtnilfiil of the fact thnt my environments l...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 April 1913

. 1 n ifmiiiiiMww t.ife6flMtBl!UA fit"-'' : ' V T "- .. I . l P W ' ll i n ' t mJS r 7 Kainr . fliijn" il JT JT ih J I Jtr mm if mmWKk Jm h if ' I y' 'w ! TJie Advantages Offered by this Store in Men's Spring Clothing nd Furnishings Spring Clothes for Boys We give special attention to Jwys' clothing and our line for boys is ns .classy ami snappy as our men's line. AVe soil the ITercules suits for boys the all-wool lino ' that is strongly built for sturdy hoys. A big showing of fancy patterns and plain wehves in every desirable color the dressiest spring suits for boys we have ever seen. Norfolks double-breasted and other good styles in nil ages from G to 17 years. No better suits for boys than our Hercules. J The prices were never more conservative than they are. this season. $3.50. $5.00 $6.00 $7.50 and $8.00. Savings on Men's Sox 10c Seamless Sox for G l-4c. An entire case of full seam- "less black and tan so. best jui? groue qiierou at mis special price for the week. Wlijle these...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 April 1913

K SUiilette Bjepxrrtr VOLUME XXXll ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY APRIL 8 1913. XUMftRR SIMMONS VS. D.B.CJ0NDAY 1 1' FOR FIRST" TIME IN TWO WEEKS tl'I'ROPHIATION IH TIT OCT OF RESIDENT HAS TARIFF SITTA- TION IN CONTROL NR HILL IFHOLD PLEDGES. TWO SECOND PLWT.S AMI ONE 'I'llllMl ttflV IV rtlll.l 11)1' 1 IT PRORAHILITIES OF CESSATION OF INDICATIONS Alii: (IAME WILL UK FIRST STATE HANK A3D TKfST OHIO FLOOR JIEI EGINS TO MKANI UK MAKING IT RVLKAN HOSTILITIES GOOD SATCRAV. FAST AND INTERESTING AITAIH. recede. INOPERATIVE. EHARV CONTESTS.' COM PAN V TAKES OVKK CM- MEKCIAL .ATIO..lL. nanwipn If Si-Uteekto RIVER FALLING AT CIO ILL 2 HOUSB BILLS ARE VEIOED COMMAND IN WILSON'S HANDS SIMONS WINS HIGH HONORS PROSPECTS FOR CHANGE MADE IK ABILENE BANK PEACE BRIGHT 9 tr ' l. . t ANXIETY NOW RELIEVED VillU Improvements of Condition Saturday ApprelieHHlon fur Huff. ty of the J.feTWH I'rotfcUa City uo Longer Exists. By Associated Press. CI UO III. April f.. For tho llrHt tlmu In two weeks the Ohio River be- K...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 April 1913

r . ffm two - - llll I II 11 frMNMWIIIIIInl " . MamMiHi I I I lllWHW ! I' -'' " '" L I I X L'B-. tJ itS"' STATEMENT LIS was stated in the Reporter on - Thursday the stockholders of The First State Bank & Trusty Company at a meeting held on Wednesday af- ternoon unanimously-voted to increase the capital stock from $10000000 to $200000.00. The stock has already been subscribed for in full and the re- organization will be effected immedi- ately. This increase places this bank in the fore-front as one of jiieStronlest institutions in this portion of I ( The total capital surplus and i.rKvide profits will beapproximatoiy $2401 000.00 and with the prfos whijqh wj soon be accumulated r win jre easily observeoMhat at.no mstafifplate itjrVill be a gfiarter of a ufff institution. Abileire has a just riekC tofeel jb roud r- -jr . of ttfs bank. It i mr take? its parf-Hi a J&flre wa jr i xf - " s of tfris section ith its roany facilities Iness tjire is no rea- Id not do this. AmongTthe m...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 April 1913

JSftOfP!" '" i " m B l Where Are Your l Valuable Papers QUR COURT-HOUSE has been - condemned by experienced archi- tects; jf your title papers are still there get them and bring them to us. We are especially prepared to take care of them for you. We will gladly extend you our ser- vices in any other way consistent with conservative banking. The Citizens National Bank GEO. . PAXTniST Pr0;jn I JOE F. GARRISON Cashier E W. Ubbbbbbbh 107 OKVKUAL HILLS .WD 81IVEN A JIENDM KNT JUftOM'TIO.YS FINALLY PASSED 1467 BILLS CONSIDERED Jfew Itrrord KslnblLshed for Number of Lumh Proposed Almlil 100 .More TIiiiii for ifclnd AUSTIN. April 1 The Thirty-Third Icglslutura which adjourned today was more prolific In the creation of bills than in tho onnctmont of laws. Ab a producer of proposed leglslotlon dignified byanoBiliou on the calen- dar! th la legislature has never been surpassed in the history of Texas Hut in tho cryBtallzatlon of laws from Its superabundance of plastic material its record Is no...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 8 April 1913

0Piom i r k i JWOUPHI 01 lt North m4 Itrwt. wall at Ablleae Texas October 14 im. reflection two the character tadln r mmlattBM of any neraw firm r corporatlc-a which Mr tw to the columns of The Reporter wilt ho gtd- hr Mrmted Hfoe Hs bolBg hrouht to the atteatlba of lUMOHTTICX RATIS. MkKmUIm (tarw) On Tear (hi a4raee) . .GO .(1.00 telephones: Be4aeee aa4 Cirtttkktkm Southwestern 07; Independent 87. Editorial 0ce Independent 101. ' SOCIETY EDITOR. laaeeesdeat Those No. 023 aVwtawcstera 'Pliose ...No. 890 ffHbecribera falling to receive their papers regularly will ceafer a favor xubor the Bjanagcmcnt by reports l sane to the buslaese' office Piloses 67. THX TILIPHONE GIRLS. Hundreds and hundreds of times wo have won- dered how in the world telephone girls manage to keep so sweet and answer the people courteously ami promptly. All kinds of folks use the tele phone. The man who cultivates being blunt and impatient just the same as the man or woman who tries to he polite and to show some...

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