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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 April 1914

? aob mm Ultra Smart Spring Clothes In every detail of Spring Dress; Fash- Ion ordain; softness of fabric and outline. Lapels must roll and ripple. Coat fronts must be soft as a handkerchief Trousers are snug and Just fall short of the shoe. The sure wa to net such clothes Is v leave uo your order" ""for a" sTfltof Kahn- Tailored Clothes $15 to $50 More than 2000 of the sea- son's newest weaves and best fabric m l t lMft JaaBaanaa JS lJ"BBnnBF""'""- Mingus Bros. & Co Men's Quality Outfitters : ' j.jaiJlmsi LOVE FEAST IS GREAT FEATURE DISTRICT COXl'fcRKNCE OF ABL LEE MNTKUT CAME TO KM) SIX1UY JflUUT PREACHERS WELCOMED Abilene MoHpitality Whh Kvcrynkere Of Tbc Best Hlead-lke Nest Com cation Coo To JMerliel. Howe Olker Notec in iibi n i ii i iifivnu i nunflnu-rHiiit BEATS SIMMONS VISIT! NU DELElUTlOX TAKES THE LO.NU END OF SCOKD IS TUESDAY'S WASTE. NO HOMERS WERE MADE Several Two-Base UU Secured Dar. lay the CMmc Both Team Ylere Jam-ap and Plica CfH 1)14 Mach Ilctter Work 4 GUNMEN ...

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 — 17 April 1914

II M ' 'I 1 M . . ' n ;! i : i t Th liMi Weikly RtprUr Y ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY 1822-2B North 8ccond Street. October 14. 1003. Enlurod as Second-class Mall nt AblIno Texas SMfCRIPTION PRICE TO THE IPI1HT OP THE WOOD. M Yur 5.1M M TELEPHONES: Business and Circulation . ............ 07 Editorial Office . . 829 Society .-. 1097 or 343 (Any orroneouB reflection upon tho character standing or roptitation or any porson firm or cor- poration which niny appear In tho columns of THE REPORTER will bo gladly corrected upon it$ bolng brought to tho attention of tho firm.) Iil woodliuid rwiflma wJuim yML dwell Willi mountain hill flinl bosky dell Where till throughout tlu lovdy day TJie forest songsters sing their luy Whore giant poplars kiss the skv " Ami laughing brooks go dancing by I lontf to live wilh yon apart. And fool I he beating 6f your heart f long to know the solitude Where Nordid things dan' nof intrude. Ami .Valine dwells through nil the ihtv A-sniile in her henigiUijtt wn : Wher...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 April 1914

7aob rm r. ui.hi2Mt-. E T -aHpp tgp"- AJflaiisdmk- MP- g?M Featuring Dress Ginghams JlQhmansVrittk- I .? .itiAJ-"a ' m... .jiatosci A PCKL VKJfrTAHLK KK.MKI)! mm -r. la Is Mture'sVn relief for suffer. rrs ef K0SKY STOMACH hniI MI.AOIKK TKOCHLKH KIIKl'- tHATISM nnd HKKIHT'.S IMS. KASH. It will help VOC Why Rot try h bottle f ndny I For Sale By A1L lHI(i(ilSTS :. .'.)'. a-4. f .& - -. -. lfc 1 11-1 'f jm m a f Tjj ipwtyMKtuojsnw Cv PiT. US MTf'y '"f 4 "F y j HMVHI'SIAtiTir WKI.CO.ME FOH FIKST t'JIIEF BT lKOrLK AND OFFICIAL! OF CAWTAL. CARRANZA IS N CHIHUAHUA '6 -I i vSm M.- -fTf- igorously goocr -atidl keen! delicious. and refreshing. ' The natjnal beverage g ana yours. Whenever ou lee n Aitow Unfile ol GocCola. Deijiiml lha cocaine b full nam- Kitknimet encou2c absritu&3. TI-E COCA-COLA COMPANY . Attar ta Ga. l.F m fi HABEAS CORPUS GRANTED THAW Ml OJtlU'lt FOIt IMS UKLKASK YIWW (TSTODY IKMVKVKlt Hi: issitd nut so.mkti.mi: COURT 10 PASS ON II In The tlnintfinn Thnvr Will Up (r...

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 — 17 April 1914

1 I -' AtX I'M ----aj-.-w . .. ... KW I ""l I I JV liBWDMOTD ICTO-? r ITEM ptlpllfl while rejoicing over Htolr va- cation regret very Milch irt part with Wr. Willi' mill nro loud In their vnin that hu return to tench thom rtnxt term 'Mrs. Mnchochnoy ami yo Hcrlbe enter tniuou mo young icoplo nt a Hltigm ut their home IiihC Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gravcrt Iinve promised to give a Mmglng uu tho 2tflh nnd all Blngcr nro looking forward to the time with pleasant iihtloipn- tlonn. Pot os I mid Hamby lined up njiilu Saturday the ard on the Inttor'u dla mond with n final acoro of U to 1 in favor of J'oIohI. Quito ti crowd conn1 over to participate and Attend tho game nnu an wore nerved with a nice dinner by the boy In M. U Hu)'s storo before the game begum Much Interest wob manifested In tli cnmn I from till Ili'PlllllIni'- Tint Cfiri. uti..n Special to tho Reporter. Tjr bal1 tcam eamt cr Saturday In tho eighth liming 5 to ft. Now. hero WINTERS Totnn April 10. Mra.'' "tie and la'...

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 — 21 April 1914

l) ftttlene &mtf4lJielUg VLtpotltt VOL. XXXII ABILENE TEXAS TUE8DAY APRIL 21 1014. HUMMJtM UNITED STATES FACES WAR OIL MEN MAY 1 HMU'KllVTION IIETMKK.N LAMP OW.WUIM AMI PROMOTERS SINCERELY IlKSIHEIt serretarj Mood Heretics (oniiiiuulea- tlunx From Hit; initials Thai Apparently Forecast He- M-arch Work Here (Voperatloii of Inml owners with the Chamber of Commerce presages .U'velopmcnt of oil tyim lu Ta-ylur county nnd In the Abilene country ('oijiinunlpntt'jtuf received from various -.it ....... ....... t... ............... f?i-wt it.. ...4 nil (.uuip.llllLn uj 1'uifinij ricu " uuu luuicuie mat. uicse tuiuiiuiin-H re EN D N INTERESTED lng consideration to the question ofl ' . - Iir.P I11i i nastur developing our Intent fields .lust ti the present (line then Ib n very ap- palling lull in development of oil in the Btato consequent upon the iinUon- Aide prenomennl reduction In price of t .1 -. nl I ntlllDnll tfn t It ah V IMM1I.1 J I crude oil caused. o the C3hipanl.u deplnre by ove...

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 — 21 April 1914

PAOI TWO r THE ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN ' ' ' ' ' i.i . ii i I n .11 i . . ...... . ... . . - i .fcar m1'i'"mmmmmmmmmmammm'm'm''mmm'lmm KATHLYNAND HER FATHER WERE KORCED TO WITNESS THE EVENT DRESSED IN NATIVE COSTUME THEIR FACES STAINED; AND THEIR HEART5 SWELLING WITH IMPOTENT ANGER AND DESPAIR. . svNorxi mi' luiuvint rti iiTijus. lintoljii llnrr. bclfrilng. l.rr father. rl tlMrr. in Irrrll hlta kumnionnl lirr. Irnra her Hnmr In nil- f.ipnln In an (ii liltn In Minim. Imltn. Imtinllnh. irr- t tulrr In Ihr llirunr uf Ilml iirfnrliinllly. lin tin prisoned lir rnlnnrl- tiOiiinl l Ihe lair klnU 1" hjn litclr hrrnuar lip Intra llie Alrirrlrnti n.iny lnlt on il roynl right. I prfn brr nrrlvnl u- llniin Knll.ljn U litfiirmnl. hj mhnllnli ilml lirr fnlbrr brltift ilrnil. nbe I In be Oilrrn nut) mil! iiinrrr him forthwith llrrnuar uf hrr rrrui.nl Mir t hrntrnrnl to umlrrpO Inn orilcitU tillli "Wit brnciB. John llrftrr n Xnirrlruii. mill fellow immirncrr on thr bom Ihnl IirntlKhl Knlltlyn In Mini...

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 — 21 April 1914

TS11B iyi hmt it f 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. Creameries a Help to the Small Farmers The First State Bank and Trust Co. OFFICERS:- E. B. Bynum Oscar Parker ' J. H. Couch W. H. Free E. C. Honeycutt President Active V. Pres. Vice President Cashier Asst. Cashier Tho locntng of creameries In recent yeani hart brought prosperity to ninny sections of our country. Home com- munities through a mbiundorBtnndlng on ttiu part of the farmers ns to what they might expect iu financial returns for their product. have Buffered In ttio development or tlilu industry; sotue creameries ou account of tula have had to closo down. A farmer Hhould not expect to re ceive oh much for bin cream at u creamery an he would for hid milk retailed around town. In fact where milk rotallr. nt 40 ccntn per gallon nt tho average of butter-fat ho would not Kit half as much for bh product. However production of mi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 April 1914

i am roum . i u . . ' ' - J Tg3Ma BSm ilCMB3WWBWWimWl t af! ".ft m mm IS OM CHEAT FJSDERAI army hathkk- KD AT HAN rEDKO IN I'TTER ROUT. BOTH S1DESL0SE HEAVILY federal Dcstror 3Ctirh I'rnHcrlr Be- fore QiiHUhk tho OHJ M&ivro Estate Suffered Most ef All. Hy John W. Roberta (Staff Correspondent El I'ubo Times) San Pedro do laa Colonlttf Conn' Mcx.. April ID 10 p m. TUo ConBtl- tuUonallBt urmy under command ot GAS PIPE LINE REACHES VIVE htSU IS TiOYt' DELATED AT TOP OF TEXAS PACIFIC IIA1LHOAD HILL NOT USE LOCAL TANKS Demand For Xathrfil (.'as lit Itelng Wlth'hHd Until The Article Ar- rhcM Causing Orcal Futiiro Kush Of liasinpss Tho Ploncor Natural una nlno lino haa reached tiio aummlt of tho Tuxaa &. Pacific hill cost of Lhu city according to Information Riven out by oIUcIuIb of tho local cue company. It will bo two or threo ntoru do a heforo tho plpo TEN DROWNED IN A SINKING BOAT CAPTAIN HARDY HIS WIFE AM) S SEAMEN MEET WATER (1RAVE IN SERIOUS STORM SEAMAN r.nm MED Life Line Sh...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 April 1914

PAOW JTft If Ft SERVICE HliOAINII.il I i (Continued from pasc one) .muti and rospeetablu ninn Is nenrer in KiiiKtiom ninn ii in' was wu wni Mit f num. Your bountiful city c.i- i.tn the reputation of being n CJodly tt don't savn anybody but It Ih in iur favor Hut ynn nay what does i. iih mi'UH whon Ho says that It Is .. .in fur too iinritu in tie saved than i i.jinl iiihii Jesus meant that tho .Mi.t terognlzos that Bho Ih lost' .j.-iki-r Not that Jesus had sooner tvc it luii lot than n moral man but . harlot yields cnBlcr. Thoso who. ne gone to tho depths know theyj u- mailing to reoominuiul thorn but . morn! man trusts Ills good deeds I .ill tho good jjefda In tho world uM nut envo nu 6otil. The niornl i 'nuhf nci'npt Jesus nB Savior mid .it -b what tho harlot has to do to be ' ml ' It Porter used many beautiful ator to impress the truths that ho was .(.iKiim and closud tho Bervlco with i ii i Ht crimen appeal to thoan wbo It tlic moving of Ulo spirit of God .mi their lives to yield...

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 — 21 April 1914

PA018IX Insure your crops against HAIL With Motz & Curtis Old Line Company Phone No. 655 Mast 'JVUvacVvoe Snw$ awd Summev TevcvawAse in r '&&&& M av 71ZdSi SMO I Comfort Stylo tuul tit me Hip csseuthilH to bo voiis'ioin-cri in si'lcctiug footwear. They are perfectly combined in our Queen duality hIioos a happy blending of Style anu comfort. It is easy to suit the most ex- uding (Iciiinml at this store whore such a variety of new styles are showu. A noteworthy lent tire of Queen Quality shoes is the very mod- erate prices at which they are sold considering their superior quality and style. A shoe that satisfies everv fancy of the most discriminating. "We of- fer you a wide opportunity for choice in all leathers nnd'fuh- rics in the- smartest styles of (r'oloninls Pumps and Oxfords. And we can assure vou of a per- fect fit. Prices are: . $200 SZ50 $300 $350 $400 This will h houso-i'leaiiing time with iunti who will diulitliiis lie 'mlur ested in new things for the ...

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 April 1914

jtte VOL XXXII bikn gmi-tokto Kmtitz ABILENE TEXAS ntlDAY APRIL 24 1014 KUMBBft SB). Days Events Indicate General Huerta Will Soon Declare War. United States Now Ready For Any Emergency That May Arise SENATE FINALLY PUSSES WILSON'S RESOLUTION CHIEFS MEET WOMAN'S MEET ARMYCOMPANY fllPI flMATfR RFIATiniY IN CfflHUAHUA OPENS fflURSDAY BE ORGANIZED c n nvu Km The Vote Was 72 to 13 in Favor of Allowing the President to Use Armed Forces as asked. LONG EXPECTED ((INFERENCE OF ( ARKANZA AM) VILLA WAS HELD YESTERDAY. NOTHING fS MAKE PUBLIC .MltS. N. II. RURNSIDE PRESIDENT OP Ytli'lllTA FALLS HAS AR- RIVED IX ABILENE BE TWO DAYS SESSION C. MrCAULEV OF ABILENE WANTS 10 ENLIST ABILENE ME IN VOLUNTEER COMPANY VERA CRUZ CAPTURED TUESDAY Admiral Fletcher Notified General Maas Unless Firing Ceased He Would Direct Guns of Big Fleet on The City. Admiral Badger Arrives By Associated Press. XW' J WASHINGTON APRIL ! (J:UO A. Jl.jTIIK SENATE THIS MOHX- Entire Da Suenl in Secret Dhcumtlnu '.Splendid Progr...

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 April 1914

PACT TWO m I ) B n iw f I 3 m m . m '1 M r-i THE FIRST STATE BANK & TRUST CO. Wants vour barikinc: business of courje but we also want your friend- ship. Pay us a call once in a while whether you have business with us or not. You will receive a hearty vvel- come from both officers and clerks OFFICERS. E. B. Bynum Oscar Parker J. H. Couch W. H. Free E. C. Haneycutt MING DATES "FI 3 PLACES MILL 81'AK AT TYLKK HILLS- BOKO A.YI) lirilBAKIl CITI I.N ' EXT WAX WEEKS. Special to The Reporter. TE.MPI.K. Texas. April 22. Tho fol- lowing speaking dntna have been ah- FERGUSON SETS nounced for .lames K. Ferguson can Uiat introduced bv Ueprcsimtatlve can- didate for Rovernor- ijier. It the old Scott bill passed by Tyler Saturday April 2.. Hlllsboro. Monday .Muv I n milium niy .viuiiuaj ju(y i n.v ' " ' ' Lirennex Issued- Tho following marriage ll-nse no been issued hince the last re - !ini port Huzzte Harp and Ella May Saffci. C. E. Grlgg and Miss Myrtle Hogan. IHU.SE WiKHTl.TrKlf. COMMIT- T...

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 — 24 April 1914

'HWWJ 'jTwrvi'' FA01THKM STRONG SERMON COLORADO HAS TUESDAY NIGHT WAR OF HER OWN intere: WAS GOOD 26 niM'ouriiu siitKb ov Tin: iiak. vtsTisrvs.sMP it rnisi baptist niritni IxLkk:. ;t 1ii!(JLlIJL ta. Vertices Well Attended -HuMct Fur Wruncida)' Mght: Unpardonable NIb" Young People's Mont- lug Fur rrluaj Mght Tho incut lug at the First Baptist CUurolt Tuesday night una well at- tended nnd Dr. Henry Aironl Porter preached u very strong wermon from the text Jeremiah 3.20: "Thu Har- vest Ui past tho sunmuT In ended and wo are not ttuvod.' A brief outline of I)r PoTter'a ser- mon followm "Everything )u the universe bits Its tusous. Tho earth has Hh seasons. We will coon have the holiday. The abort winter dnya Mill buou return nnd thu summer will Iiavu panuod. The lust leaf on the trccH will fall and the Buuuuer will bo gone. Man litta lls seasons. There 1b the season of youth then the season of teens six- teen seventeen eighteen nineteen twonty and tho suaaoa of teens ha DiiBflL'd to come...

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 — 24 April 1914

' "w mtiiH iumpjp smimmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmBc3Baai it! M Tbt Stfti-Wttkly RtHirttr MY A1IL1NE PHINTINQ COMPANY. t062-2t Narth tMend ttriat. Eatwd M Becofld-clasa Malt At Abilent ' Tasaa October 14 1903. Sit SMtHIM MHJE fa MimHu BalMicrlbefa falling to receive thoir papers reg Marly will amttr a favor upon the Management by reportluc same tt lae business oftlco. 'Phono C7. TELEPHONE!: Business and Circulation ... . G7 Editorial Oflico 829 ciety . . 10D7 or 348 (Any erroneous reflection upon tho charactor standing or reputation of any porson firm or cor $oratiou which may appear in tho columns of THE REPORTER will be gladly corrected upon ita being brought to tho nttontion of the firm.) "Follow the Flag" Victor Murdoch is right about it when ha snid; ""Wliun my country's dignity is in qttes- Hon I huvo hut one rule; Unit is follow tiic Flag." Every true American feels that way about tho unpleasant conditions which now confront the United States regarding Mexico no matter how much t...

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 — 24 April 1914

' " "" m 1 ' Tjkmwit 'V .SP Yt a i mmiF&m" 4That JL Kwm. "w jr r iwlifen Ilia arrett took iact and word 'ewiHcmBiin t htterferetteo If wo obliged to lavo It d iwbmlt to bo teal with It jwofWly firmly mid itouen lino ciwtoy iiotwlUMMHaihg whhmj. fDriiik Viz ' ' fj& :nd bn refreshed! . f .d?a . .&&mm 1 'Sit. - r t bip by Sip 1 j b pure enjoyme idool ocm- iori A jweifcdi thirst a ciniontcd palate. V t - " is-i- -! f f "1 tun'--. .tu-" .rei)ri llfl U .1 ?lw. IK tVv WCO..A C'Jjill'ANY V hen- vcr sV - - WA c . Vitu sec " Nife. jf row f ' ii' ttiiTar. wo '" . Ml ot i . SBSS i -JLt FL WORIH First ( TO ATTEND MEEFDiG IlKtrlcl .Ydcrnlffiit of Vliiueii' lulls Mill (mnepe 'I'litirsiln) III AllllclIC Ft HIT WOItTH. "April 'JL-'Thls oily v Ul I-' well represented at thu. aitnii.il iicMti-j. or tlto Flint Wstrlct of the tlu Tr3k.iB Fodemtltm of Women's ilutt which will be Iji soBBlon Tliura i'y antf Friday In Ablluno. fi'hu Fort worth delegation will luhvo 'for Ablr hue Wednesday p...

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 — 24 April 1914

PA91STX I; F i Ff t la 14 I b DIPLOMATIC RELATION IS SEVERED BY HUERTA T 5MN APPROPRIATION ASKED lly AsBoqlntcd Press. Rtff WASHINGTON April 22 (.1:00 I'. MO the president srtit n message to Congress today asking for tlio Immediate appropriation of jnoo.OOo to fjrlng AtnerlcmiB out of Mexico PPI""'!. 3.HM MAKIXEH LAM). By ARSoelatcd Preps. MI(WI('1 ' WASHINGTON. April 22. (12:10 I'. M.) Three thousand men Innded at Vera Crnz before dnybrcak todny. Consul Canada reported nt nine o'clock that the bIiIph were aliening the town but tlmt he expected the firing to cease within nn hour. Cnnnda'ti report follows: "Firing commenced nt daybreak. The vtbjps arc How nhcllingl the southern portion of the city. A large forre landed from Admiral Badger a fleet before daylight. Copies of tlio proclamation issued by Admiral Bad- rer requesting immediate co-opcratton of te municipal nuthorltle In re- storing order have been published but the otllcinla to whom they are ad dressed cannot be communicate...

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 — 28 April 1914

tmm4pe(y2 trni XXXTT '"' '" ' ' -' ' ' .111 . 'I' I' ' i i ........ ADILENR TEXAS TUESDAY APRIL 28 1914. NUMflER M CONGRESS MAY DECLARE WAR MONDAY SENTIMENT OF MEMBERS IS MADE CLEAR - ARGENTINE BRAZIL AND CHILEOFFERMEDIATION FIRST ATTEMPT IS MADE BY PAN-AMERIOAN NA- TIONS TO SOLVE THE MEXICAN CRISIS BY PEACEFUL NEGOTIATIONS BEGUN SATURDAY NIGHT. Both Houses Expect Storm Want To Finish It Now Peace Developments Saturday Tempered Attitude of Congressmen But Sentiment For War Still Remains Very Strong. Mexican Brutalities Causing The Trpuble. Haas Orders the Execution of Seven American Prisoners TAMPICO SITUATION HAS WILSON NOTSANGUINE OF SUCCESS Governor Colquitt Does Not Subscribe to Plan Proposed Be- Uev .ng That it Would be a Greater Humiliation and -Virtually a Recognition of General Huerta llv Associated Press. WASHINGTON. April 25 (10:30 P. M.) i n omiu'v toniuht made the iirst attempt to oive uio ci sis b in-neei'itl negotiations. The United Status srovorn iii-i'onti'jl frnin A...

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 — 28 April 1914

PA01TW0 3 THE FIR8T STATE BANK & TRUST CO. Wants vour anktn course but we also want your ship. Pay us a call once in whether you have business with us or I not. You will receive a hearty wel- come -from 'both officers and clerks. OFFICERS:- E B. Bynum Oscar Parker J. H. Couch W. H. Free E. C. Honeycutt WOMEN'S CLUBS MEETING CLOSES i rmm afternoon has ius SK.s.MIIN. MAN INTERESTING Hi:i'UUT.S WERE UKAKV. DEBATE THE FEATURE Four 1 mUi'M Rebated (Juration ltofcol- ud: 'Tant New Condlllon lie. uilind n New Typo of Women." Tin1 llday nftornoon bumIoii of the First District Pdtrntlon of Wo- men's CUulok of Toxaa convened at the Cnrnufb Librtiry promptly at 2:0i) u'clnclt. Mr. S. H- Ilurnslde presi- dent iireaiillnjf. Mrs. Oeorgo HarrinR- ton. seerctarj . at -ier tlosk The aewjton was opened b tlio tie! wi"mwi V.. fr n I ft Lrl 1L .. ".C?-r- ! eualis and visitors Hir the Iird's pray Mrs. (Ieoro HnTriiiRtoii road her report as Trcasurur of the District. The total m-olpt tor the year wor...

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 — 28 April 1914

PAOlTOUt Ei iii.. JKt 4im-- y- p ! -nm AHY. GENERAL ONE CENT A MILE Travelers Checks The Passport To Comfortable TRAVEL EXCURSION RATE JACKSONVILLE ELA. HOLDS THAT PAPERS HAVING CIRCULATION IN DRY TERRL TORY CAN CARRY THEM. THEltK WILL l'ltOUHILY lit MEET. lV llKTWtt:..STHlKK J.EAU. KkS .tXU AU.HTA.T (1K.. For U. C. V. Reunion SELLINI MAY 2 3 4 irt 5 via LUDLOW STRIKE FIGHT IS QUIET ON MR ADS Men's Odd Pants Week i. Marx and Haas Clothing Company tlie fort-most unite--rs of .Men's I'antK M-t o-hmIu this week for n Nntuitinl Ad- vertising eiuiiinign of Mnrx- tumle trousers. In very city ill tlie I'luti'd .States tht deal- er handling thl-j World Vn- iiiottK Brand of Pants Feat- ures in their advertising and display their New Spring fttuck and give the best vnl- litis in lleiia Odd Trousers. Wo have the Bf clusivo Agen cy for thU jfno in Abilene glad to show you of these Trousers. Men's In counoutiou with t our regular stock dried Cuffs and ileal light tuiUiT of Hft summer of these sh...

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 — 28 April 1914

I l4) THE ADVENTURES OF KATHT.YN harold mac math RVKortHH or rKRvioua ciiaitkrs. KMhlyw Hare believing; her father. Col. Hurts lii Hef b imnnM her. lenrea her homo n Cnll- ftn to ks to him In Allaha India thmhnllab re lander te the throne or hn rlnoltallty has lm etaewd the colonel nameil by I tin lata kin na tiM became he fears the American may Insist fan Ma ratyal rtshta. TJaaa her arrival In Allah Kalhlyn ta informed hf Umballah that her father Win dead ahe la to h ftH-en mutt marry him forthwith. Because her refnanl ahe U aenteaced to undergo two or- eta with wild heaats. Jaha Hrare ass American and fellow nasaenKer en the boat which brought Kathlyn to Alan. anre he lire. The clenhant which carrlca her from the aee of her trtala becomes frightened and runt way eeaaratta bar from Rrnee and the reat of the "y After a ride alted with peril Kalhlyn takca refnge ht a ruined temple hut her hatrn la alio tbe aboil of a lont and ahe la forced to Her from It. Shu flnda n retreat in the i...

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