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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 April 1914

tUcckln l) SUrilett Stmt M&ptttitK VOLUME XXXII. ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY APRIL 7 1914. NUMBER 24. ENTIRE FAMILY LAFOLLETTE IN SENATE REVOLT TO MEET HERE RESTS SILENT 11 UST IMVIIMIT FIRF-RATION OF hmi:ns n.nis nmiMt in Alllfii:K AI'llll. S3.il. tvhmiimihlh iiimimvii: lti: m I'liisriNij milmfik TO (JKT TWO INDIANS OIMUM.IID II ASI.lt U.I. ttlNS NO'I i III.K VHTOHY IN HOT Sl'ltlNlj.S SATiitHAv i:vi;niu SI Mi SKNATOHS ASSIST II I M ItKVOl.T AKTKit HAMIll.'S (IIXKIItMATIIIN IN (IIITICIS.M OF THK nnsi'itvi: HANK IMIAIII) STIf.l. HI'INU IIKAItll I.N WASHINGTON. I). C. HE IS UNDER MILITARY ARREST IN GARDENAS 8AN LUIS PO. TOSI AT PRESENT Koim.vin: iiinhhki) of villa's ARMY HOT O.N TKAIL OF FI.KKIXG VKLASCO WOMEN INJUNCTION TO BE PERMANENT ORGANIZATION GOV.INTERCEDES REBELS PURSUE INBYRO'SBEHALF VELASCO'S MEN 1 MURDERED i 1 WILL BE GREAT MEETING Three Hundred VMlors Vre Fxpcrled Ami Unii) of I he Lending Club Women Of Texas Will Hi- ll err on Thii Omilon Tint tenth aiintia ulcoilug of the ...

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 — 7 April 1914

M i 1 OB TWO II I I t FiRSF 5ZA TE BANK & TRUST COMPANY does si Commercial banking business loans money on Real Estate makes cattle loans and pays you 4 per cent on your Savings. We want your banking business and we invite you to take advantage of any or all of these facilities. Your account whether large or small will receive our careful and courte- ous attention ICIfflMMCDW hqs I NIL NJ chK ( j PTTTPRtS I) I 11 11 ILIlvILj) m DAI LA m s OF THE RES Tkf First State Bank & Trust Company ABILENE TEXAS OFFICERS:- E B. Bynum Oscar Parker J. H. Couch W. H. Free E. C. Honeycutt President Active V. Pres. Vice President Cashier Asst. Cashier TQRREON FALLS INTO S TODAY VSLLA'S ' of the flnnv Irlbo to eat wlillo (hero. A a with Home left to bring home. M'lJKYI' NnWIXS '.- Tho school dotted hero Friday. IuhU and tho Cove hcIiou) camu down and I4.AA..AAA..AAAAAAA.f. tho two school I1111I a very llr'HlltiK -- game of hiiHctmlt. I'otoBi won hy O10 special to tint Itoporter. -4 Mltw .Mamie...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 April 1914

FAQl THREE Ev'rySunday EXCURSION RATE .VTA yi" OTfWBHLtfSlc 7&r . Between ONE Fi ent for Particulars JELL- GEO D. HUNTEH Asut flea. Paso Aft Gou Pubb Agt DALLAS TEXAS. PBIVATK BKSCUE HOKE For Unfortunate (Hrls. Babies Adopted In Good Faiul- Uw; Motherly Caro and Ut of Doetors MBS. HtLLE COLLINS. 1C14 Gould Ave. phono Pros. C74 Sort Ft. Worth Texas. FOR Highest Market Prices Bring All Your Produce To McCMlliNgk -Walker Co Wkttaile Produce Oae Block F.at From Post Office l)ywwwwwMw CHICKENS HlgheBt market Prices Paid. Swift & Go. North 3rd and Plum Sta. WANTED TO pay you the very blgbeit stariet price for all your chick- m egta and button XMILV.SE PHODt'CE CO. AcrMB from Exchange Wagon Tard Abilono Xunjijij.ri-r iiir i r ir -"ir r" " " " ir DU. J. D. MAUVE Physician ami Surgeon. OBce Oyer tho Corner Drug Store Rea. Phone 347; Office Phono 89 Dtt. C H. QAnlKlt VetrUwrj Burgeon aud Ueutlot OAce at Milts normca l.lvur Hum. Office Phone 55 HuBldcnt phono T-W 4 J. H'AUJBTFU BTEVKNS...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 April 1914

wwmy pywunni inijaji .ri 1H""''4 tt1! p - rAoiFoim b AM I" I ! 1 THE ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN haou mac grath SYNOPSIS OP rHKVIOUS CM A ITEMS. Kathlyn Hare bellevl her father Cstf Mar In peril tM ftmmril ier leave her ktmn In California s its to him Im Ailahn India. VnthnltHb pretender t the Ihrane of that prlnclpntltr has hnprlabncd t' catonel named hjr the late klax Ma hla heir because he feara the American mar tnalst an hU reynl rights. liven her arrival In Allahn Kntblyn la Informed by Umhaltah that her father beln dend ahe la to bj quern a Ml mttat xinrry htm forthwith. KeeaHee nf her refusal ahe la aentenced t undergo two nrdeala vrlfh tlM brnata. Jeha'Hrare an Aaaertcnn nntt fellow paasrnBer on the boat which brnnscht Kathlyn to Allahn anvee hrr life. The elephant which earrlra her front fhe arene of hr trlala fiecOmca frightened anil ritna imny separating; hrr from Mm re ami the reat of the party. After n ride Ailed with peril Kntklyn takea refuge tu n rulneil temple but her hav...

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 — 7 April 1914

' ... ..I .I . i i ii i . . i . i ii ... "ww mrr . I m GOOD ROADS FX PER! REPORTS ntorr.sstut it. j. i'otts iii:mkii.s iiki'oiit on no ads or .ioni:s rmwrv. C011I0NS ARE SAI lloa.ts in Thin Section of Stale Are SlmllHr mill IniliroieiiK'iim Chh lie .limit Alone; Hnmc Mho. STAMrOltl). April 1. After Bicinl- iiij4 three days lit Joiich county (wo of uhle.li wun Hpont in trnvclhiK over th' rondu of the county miti the oih- vt In muutliiK with the i utility com- iiiiHHloiicrtt road uvuraccra ami other jtliiiH. Prof. t. J. I'otta l'rofusaor of Higltutiy KnplnuerliiK of the A. & M t ol luge anil ConHiiltltiK Engineer or tin Texas- Hood Honda Achoeiatluii. returned to hla home In rollout- Sln- tioii. Iluforu his departure I'rqf. I'otts iiddri'wd it letter to the county coui- inlHHlofiurH. giving thuni a report of hi InvGHtlKntloiiB and making a iiuin- her or ri-t'ommeiidutloiiH aa to how the road tostotn In Jonea county could he lii.iterlully Unproved. . Tu report of rof I'otta mid lii...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 April 1914

ilWfUilTWirPj1 -'V i IMllllllllOTllli.lUni ''II !' M ' "MWMIMML. I'H i i i. II I in puiillt III 1 111 miii a ii ilH i'l dim i frWiit nliiHr)ii-i -. .hwhiiu n.ui' iHnnni imfm9r ( l yt"M iintm.1. ...' ... . . r FA9I BIX t 1 Smart Fashions in Apparel For Eastertime r $u 6wt move. "Deei "SVifcTv S&stor. "S Vaisome Urn oveu weAuvQ sU?s otttv c& Vv ve )tviiTv vavmeu o sjytvq. "5vo Ume ven Ww vouvs o tvjtvoxvt uttv from ve ifc&i vYmetts o$ YTAev o Vv$ieY doves o svVxvVvmc. 3vc Correct Corstt "Sot "5vc R! I iful Wo linvo n oonijjluto .stoak of wv Spring moduls in u muubar of nmkoH of tlif vary best Corals known lo the trade and in I'aoli make n Oorriot for every figure a corset for every figure a corpot that will enhance the heanty of your now spring costume. ('omits sold exclusively at this store in Abilene: The Gosnrd Oorsqt front lace 12.50 $3.50 $5.00 and up. The 0. IX .Tustrito Corsetl to $2.50. Madame (Jrnue Corset front or back lace $3.00 to $5.00. La Resists Jneos in fro...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 April 1914

VOL. XXXII ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 10 1014 NUMlIlt 96 Ml LOUtllN 0 UN nt tow hespiie iiiiu vix NVESTIGATION TO FALL TONIGHT CAROTHERS AT EL PASO ADVEN TISTS ON PROGRESS LINE FIGH1 1NQ NOW AI IAMPICO SENATOR WANTS FROST PREDICTED WOMEN VOTE 00T SALOONS I I Hi;iiti:si.vmm:or nil: rrru'iKiwr on ui.i.ni. mission mon. STATUS W 110 to ITN ESSED TOR- 1) I V ItUI'MIll II I (II i: vni l" reo.n iiittm: ki:ti-ii. siami n conference PUBLISHEDjREPORTS TRUE ADVENTISTS TITHE First Eje l lines ToTorreoit Untile Hrterliig To Jlhsluu Fur The Pnt 'luu 1 1 as Reached 'I he Fulled flutes. Snvs Villi. Had I'Jciil) uf Ammunition mid Gun KL PASO. April 7 George C Cnr-j iiiwi) special representative of the msuv uepaniueui. wnn too constitution - nllst nruiy lit Torreon arrived In Ml Paso Inat.nlghl directly rroni the rrnt. it was oijuicifd thnt ho would be at- coiiitwillud by n delegation of Hpnuiali (UIioiih of Torri'ou opining to enfer vitu ucneraj tjnrrauzti vvttjh n vie to- ward bringing about a revocation ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 April 1914

PA0E TWO t r li t r I :-s ! I ft li ! f L ! J-I ' l-i KM fmST STATE BA7VK & TT?fST COMPAW7 does a Commercial banking business loans money on Real Estate makes cattle loans and pays you 4 per cent on your- Saving's. We want your banking business and we invite you to take advantage of any or all of these facilities. Your account whether large or small will receive' our careful and courte- ous attention The First State link & Trust Certpmy ABILENE TEXAS OFFICERS:- E. B. Bynum Oscar Parker J. H. Couch W. H. Free E. C. Honeycutt MCIi 1MFW' in i (Vj 7m A -n iW rt u B V " Tn vJL LM . . 4. 4. .j. 4. . 4. 4. j vi. ball uiiuir Friday between Wltt- .tirH and UradHhaw came out In nva i:ifcVIHAl.: NOTKS rf llmil'lm. Uradsfiaw tea(i wo 4.'as:ilu vltiioFiotnt Saturday arternooii In '4.4.4.4.4. 4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4. jiw game agaifitit fivsilo. tlu ufefp Special to the Hbportcr. ' ' luttiniilnc 1 to 0 In fa"nr of HradiibaW RLMpAI.K. April 0. -The past week IwtH been oxceedliiKb' dull Itrtli...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 April 1914

SLEEP DISTURBING BLADDER WEAKNESS BACKACHE-RHEUMATISM QUICKLY VANISH Moil Chronic Sufferer I " Alter A tew Dom Are Taken nacicaciie urinary disorders jMi rheumatism are caused UomAMak inactive kidneys which fail jfiifltei1 wuime impurities and kccpie flood pure and (he only way 0 eafh (o prcmancntly and positive!! curcViudi .. CS ls lo rcnovc tne cause Ihc nevr discovery CroxoSw? eras An 4AaaKA I. . . . J mwu vwiiuiiiuiis uccausc 11 re. ine very room of the diseaeiSrl " .1 J . " . c s0PPf' W. in- active kidneys throui-li thcrUyTs and linings; cleans out the lUllcfiltcring cells and glands; ncutralizyfand dis- solves the poisonous urlf acid sub- stances that lodge in tl joints and muscles to scratch an irritate and cause rheumatism; it rfcutralizes the unnc so 11 no longef irritates t .uuii jiicjijurancs on me uiatfCer. and cleans out and stWuiltftfT ti. topped up lifeless kidneys ho they Lui filter and sift all the poisons fro..i ' a 1 tTic t it sure. astiiitr. arc tile use of wl an...

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 — 10 April 1914

7 1 1 mum HI -j 7 WMmmMMM Tbt Smi-f tfkly ttgirttr BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. 1922-M Nrth Sn ttrtct. SHHUTTIKPIKE ImYmt $.1H Hr Mmm 9 telephones: rluslness nud Circulation . ....... ... 07 Editorial OHIco 8'J Bocloty .---. 1097 or 348 (Any orroncoiiH reflection upon tho character nUmllng or reputation of any ponton firm or cor fioratlon which tuny nppcar In tho columns of THE REPORTER vil lio Rlndly corrected upon Its faolng brought to tho nttuntlon of tho firm.) taxes for scnwla em-mrafttd the poople to biilld model fichoollioiiRcs to lengthen their school terms to employ teller feffelrctff nnd to pay them better salaries mul to mnku their hcIiooIh thuir pride. But what hntf been ac complished in the. wny of a sttuHtnntial tie crease in the illiterney of the citizenship? Of what vniue are nil our kcIioo! taxes our ele- gant Hchoolhousci our improved ehools lo the thousands of hoys mid' girls who never enler tho door of a sohoolhouscf IDEAS OF A PLAIN MAN Compulsory Education. Som...

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 — 10 April 1914

Muffins My Mr. Janet McKcnile Hill Editor of (he liottun Cooking School Magazine When muffins arc on the brcakfatt tabic nobody cares for meat or cjjg and they would ho tcrvcu more often If this meal weio not prepared su hurriedly that theru Is jio time to make them. If K C tho dnnblu-raUe baking powder Is used the batter may bestirred up the night before nut In the pan ready for baking and noth- Inj to do In thclnontlnit but bake them. Onc-Egg Muffins fruMjliHrift tlinhtlu roumted tec- riwnjnla h C Hairing Powder; I Ice rpiuttjulmtt; heup sugar J cup i)ieltcd Ul'erurlard; 1 cftr; I cupwutcr or milk. C ft dry injtre.lictilj loccthcr three limn. Ai..l 10 tin the liinbcatcn egg incited 'ortcning and watlr or milk. Then be it -II together until ferfectly iinooth. Oil inui in or gem panl and have oven ilow until the muflini coftie to the top of the pan IIIVH ill. tvrfic 111 Till IO IK1JCC ins. TliU e muffint its may Be and brown the m rc"pc nulcti 12 K.u.mf or cut added if desired. J Of...

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 — 10 April 1914

l ASS1X .. .. - 1 s n GARRANZA 0 GREET VILLA TWO UKNCKALH TO MKBT IN I'M- HUAHI'A WITHIN Till: KXT TE.N DAI'S OU SO SPECIAL TRAIN ORDERED Chihuahua Prepare In Cclebnite Coiii Ihj? of The Two Famous I.rudrr of (?atie -Wounded Arc All Being Well Cared For CHIHUAHUA April C Gen Francis 'o Villa has sent word to the Load fiuartcra at this city that liii intends to return to Chihuahua from Torroon In time to greet General Vonirotnno Carranwt first chief of the cnus when ho transfers his headquarter from Jharez to this city. General VII- iii has advised the railroad ojiieinis toi have a special train ready to cohvev t ... A 11.1. l.-l ...t I. I- .I..SI..I... I mm ia ujib capnni mien u in ui'imii." ly known when General Carrnnza will arrive from Juaret. This will ht for a week op ton days at least It was learned at 'he governor's ofllco today Tlie meeting of tho commander of the victorious arniy and the BUprcm constitutionalist chief nt Chihuahua will bo appropriately celebrated bj the peo...

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 — 14 April 1914

VOL. XXXII ADILENE TEXAS TUE8DAY APRIL 14 1914 NUMBER 2 VISIT ABILENE 200 TEAK IGONMEN MUST SHUR RRLSI.S MERKEL GETS NEXT SESSION DISTRICT COURT BEGINS MONDAY EXPiATE CRIME WAS AVERTED TEXiLA!Ts!iL N")A.SI!TnAL.'sri:M:.0'"'Ji'iKrPsAT. aiieiihan .marmks AltltKSTMl III WEST TEXAS TEACHERS CONVENE HERE. E DUCATORS WERE HERE HIHAV .Mllll'l HEMUI) S I'HIAI. KIHHIT.S NEW TESfiONY IS IN Noted State Officials Spoke at Sim- mons College and Church on sub- jects of Vital Interest to Public Schools. (nrl lire Fl 1'KM.II.W.N ATTlMl'll'l) IVEIIK III.I.KA.NKH SATUtllll SALUTE AMERICAN FLAG I llroMicr r Mifiicss Tells of AinirltiiU Admiral Vlnjo Ordered Hex! itur .Hen in "tinnier Vat" ICuve vmi u RoThls and It Is Thought Kritm Scene of hilling of " W" RoueOther Lute Omuhler Rosenthal Hy AwsoclaW PrcsB. .KW YORK. April II Supreme hU'nu .Nens Hy Associated Press WASHINGTON. Aprjl II Tile UMiHt t Vmi t .lustice Goff this afternoon ye. lt'tlon created here mer the arrest Kan hearing new evidence unear...

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 — 14 April 1914

FAOITWO FIRST STATE BANK & TRUST COMPANY "IT does a Commercial banking business loans money on Real Estate makes cattle loans and pays you 4. per. cent on your Savings. We want your banking business and we invite you to take advantage of any or all of these facilities. Warnings as to Damaged Cotton Seed and Unde- sirable VartttcsihOklahoma Texas and Arkansas. large or small courte- Your account whether will receive our careful and ous attention The First State Bank & trust Company ABILENE TEXAS OFFICERS:- E. B. Bynum Oscar Parker J. H. Couch W. H. Free E C. Honeyi I 1 V. . M 4 EXM tt President Active V. Pres. Vice President Cashier Asst. Cashier WAUIIIXUTON. April tu-Tbu aiion- law weeks reuOivud . auvurni letter lion of the- Department of A;i-1rifl(iii' fr.nn pluntuni In ArkniiMUH. (.fktiii; iul- Iiiih been till It'll to (liu very uiikuiih- viae coiiuernlnt; UiIh cotton and Htnl factory condition of a Jorge part I lug that tliu local buyer were wtmc tin- cotton Heed v.'Jile...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 April 1914

WWUWJJI LOVE IS CHAIRMAN 01 PROHIBION DEMOCRATS Special To Th Reporter. DALLAS April U.Thomas II. Love wns elected chulrmatt or tin state pro- hibition committee which met here to- day With power to appoint a perman- ent secretary and treasurer All but three member of the committee of 2" attended the meeting An exenithe committee was also named to co-op-erntn with .Mr. Love In conducting the affairs of the organization and the name of the committee wuh changed from prohibition steering committee to Mate advisory committee of prohibi- tion democrats. The meeting wa executive but It wan stated that all matter) relating to the elimination of all except one candi- date for comptroller and two for con- gressman at largo was referred U the executive committee. An nddrean to "the friends of i;ood government In Texas" wan Issued This address said that it tvub apparent that ThomaH H Hall would be the governor of Texas arid it wan n matter or concern thai a legislature should be chosen that w...

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 — 14 April 1914

TOTTK THE ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN By harqld mac grath L ! i flTNepsm er prbtiocb chaitsim. Katklra Mure ksHfrlaa; her talker. Cat. Kara la H Ihm wwkMil her leaves fcrr km In Call" ferala kirn In Allaha India. Utaballnh retenr t ka krone a tfcat arlnetfalltr. Taaa las-girtaastaa- tka ealeael Manse rr tk lata Mac aa kla ketr kecawaa a feara tap America a saay taatat an ala r7al tfekta. Una aw arrival la Allaha Katklra la taieraaM fcy Vatkallak tfcat ker father beta dMil ah to (a hi queen ana" a-mt marry htm forthwith. Hcrnttae of ker refusal aha ta aentenceit to HndcrKa tna ardent with TrtM heaat. Jeka Br-aae aa Anrrlfin. and fellow rutrairr an fha fcant "Trhlrh hrvutrht Kntkljrn to Allaha aavea her Hfe. The eleshaat which earrlea her from the aeene at her trlata keens-sea frightened nad runs array aepa- ratlae; her from Hrnce aad the rent of the party. After a ride ailed with peril Knthlrn takra rrfatre la a rataed temple but ker fcnvra ia also the abode of a Matt aad ahe I forced to f...

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 — 14 April 1914

FAOI SIX - ! i.wjm i ! "" 'I'I ' J" ."'"." "i'-"i" ' ''"""" """" ' " ' "' ' ""i ' """'"''';'""- ' MnmmMMiiMn Place Your Insurance mmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm hi iiii i iib 11- BHBHHBBaBHBBHaBBaBaaBan miMX Kid IHPHH NEXT MEW LJ 3Vvadie To&isVi Si&s w fflAyf irjotuuiiieu iroui pre otic i IB HHIIH KxVVvaeT iTOiilhuih of tliiiiitiiH-HS llouni ill our dtsilii (if spriuy UhI sn unci1 uiilltui'tv Sli'iiff Imfs n'o lieiiutiritl in llifii vnrii'U hIiiijiiw-jiikI iiiftii.vi'oloi'V- 'ritu-liuiuiKoiiliiisl sth ideas of I'nris iumI Now York ni'o shown here mui in ui. hi them found m'urer.s rlni'ini Insl wooli Imt Into sliiiiiniiK which I'liiiif IVirn niiil Mntiii'ilii.v yivuK us n Fivhli Ktiuuiii for (Ins wool?. Those iri exti'eiitoly in liTi'stln. lint h from ii standpoint of liuitut.v mill price. In fuel it is ii i)jijtti)r l' linivcrsiil cuniuiout this hoiihoii Hint him- lulls lor npi'iuu aro really iiuii'voIk of lieuuty anil .iluc fur piiiM'. 1 lut (lint si!' iIohIhiioiI h.v tho Foi-o...

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 — 14 April 1914

PAGE FIVE :". laac 1. ' fr If 'S 1 1 i. Il I jYU4" Items ofMtrKfl Evtnta of Interest Personals and Other Happen- ings Last Week at "City of Clover Mrs. Glnn Union of LampnsnB visit- ei her alitor Mr. J. E. Young lust 'week. Miss Sadie Coll Ilia Ih tit home from Dallas. Mra. Harry Harris of Abilene lilted her cotieln Mra. Duskln Gulthcr. Mrs. David Loo of Memphis Tcnn. I visiting her sister Mm. W. H. Dick- SOB Mra. 8. Smith returned to her homo ta Anson Monday urtcr visiting hor parents Mr. and .Mrs. II. C. Smith. Mrs. T. F. White of Mnnluutmi Kau- eas la thn guest of MIbh Dollle Teaff- Mr. and Mrs. M. D. VaHery and little .daughter visited Mr. and Mm. W H. Free In Abilene. Mm. T. W. Clark risked Mrs. Hob- art Martin In Anson. Mr. nnd Mm. Claude and little daugh- ter Allcq were In fromt the ranch visiting Mr. and Mra. illgbairt. Mra. J P. Sutphen visited her daugh- ter Mra. J. II Largcnt last week. Miss Allco Mao Doyco of Abilene visited Miss El ma Shcppard this week. Miss Mary Ounn ...

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 — 17 April 1914

X - VOL. XXXII 1IIII.K.SK TUXAN KKIII.lt- AI'HIL 17 lH. XVmt. NAVY ORDERED TO MAKE DEMONSTRATION IS- !? COUNTY FATHERS VILLA WINS HARD AT WORK BIG VICTORY Tllt'Y CANVASS THE KLKCTION UK- ITKNS AMI IIKCLAKi: IU SILTS OF SA.MK EXAMINE TAX ROLLS l (i n (111 j Hcperlx of VurloiiM Ofliecrtt hi County Apprutrd Am Sue ci'i(irj Appointed After Itoilontlouf County t'ommlsskinurK were mill in M-sHlon t noun today tWcdnesduyi but expected to adjourn in the afternoon. In the cnnVu81UR of the election re- turns they find that J- H. Duvln rv-t-flvcd 2IJ much .1 K. lausy 268 and .1 D. Harrison 202 voteg mid nro de- viated county school trustees The commlBBloners examined tho do- Utiijuent tux rolls of the oounty be- tween Uio year 188& and 1912. Inclusive mid found them correct. They are to bo published shortly. The monthly report of D. T. Hark- rlder county tax collector won ex- amined and approved. The annual re- port of Honry James treasurer for the Caps Independent School District van appr...

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 — 17 April 1914

WftTWO 4 M l ; We Want You for Our Friends We want your banking business wheth- er large or small. We offer you. unusual facilities. Ask us about them. The First State Bank and Trust Co. OFFICERS:- E. B. Bynum Oscar Parker J. H. Couch W. H. Free Ei'C. Honeycutt President Active V. Pres. Vice President Cashier Asst. Cashier though we havo come many mile Jitttt to look at you. I Official Ami -are you-tuauy.? ! Villa Not many but enough. We afo two regiment of artillery unit 10000 little bora uml uu will cuter tuln you. Official -Flm no we will go there ! lltl(lMl wis ir. VlllflYOU OUKIll to ue u oou OI- dler. or our word are amoKy Thu llun wan out at tlil moment ntld tllO COIlVlTHUlloil lUltlCtl. Federal!. loi One TIiouhiiiiiI From March 10. the ilny Villa mi eut from Chlhuahuit with Turrcou n litf gonl until April 2. the day Velmteo ami Ills Jinny evaenntod thuro wius no pro craatlnntlon on the part or ill Iniiut- gents. EstlmtitcB inailo hy the url'.uru of the "history" of iho mtmbe...

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