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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 April 1914

Field Day and Street Parade Greatest ofall Efforts-A Brief Resume of Event Mmiy i)krt'i.ttlMiM from cltUuna in wolfara I iiiiuiiljr ii i nil. Hint IlilM vnnr'H Mnlil lt..v .... . ..... ....... ... .... .. .. as.aa null .s.ii'i-t I'hrnde on Frhlny excopded nil liiivliiiiH crmrtK. 'j itu pnnitlii wtm ii-lnliily (xnciiicit with mum iircda- i. ti ami roRtilnrltt tlinn mi iirovloim iniiiMioii. Willi very lIUlu direct trnluiiiK for tlio oeeiwlou each Htlidcnt found Ills place and hunt It like a riRiihr nltliuiiKli tit times tlio ultuu- tinii wnn trying. oHpccInlly when llm drlllH on tlio Htri'tit weru bolnj; oxu- iiili'd. 'I lie (lnicn'H flout led tlui -ironuH-hldii fur tliu I'UkIi HcIukiI. It reprc- piMiti'd a linriti' lieailllfully decorated in white mid hlim cloth and mlorneu with n liivl'ili dlHplny of Koldun flow- i rn In tlio roar nut tlin Queen Mh8 miiiIho Moon. Ijcatitlftil aud happy an f.tie Mini'M'il Iut lonl nubJeclH lm-Mi-dlatoly In front nf lier Hat the Ma- il m of the day. t...

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 — 28 April 1914

paohh Insure your crops against HAIL With Motz & Curtis . Old Line Company Phone No. 655 Snd ofr Ve YtVowWv SaAe Wces Vov o yys Owy ti jRl I Wed. and Thurs. April 23th and 3"6thrp Sd&om ito &ou eV as &o& & cv&Tice o stm ow fcv seasonal $oo&s as tts sae oevs. vJOeiuesda'a aud "dvYsi&i o tis x&ek oVW be "DoWav ""Das" a vs sove xrev ve evoA surpass &Vues Vcv omlt otTa6 a b vlc&. "5e Wems s mowttv arc espe&aW 4Ssva).e uol owV ow $ uccomw o tie )tvvovD vcc5 bu tofccaw o Yve quaYW ottve oevVws a4 YieVr WmeVvwess e)ev Uem oe a seasons wsei. ouW toe SMVvseA o xA &ucaVwe& far a TtolVav as voss mellowed toeYovn. took ttvvo3Lv em awa see vova; &ou sa)e. See iovx av 30iY ioWavs 3oV o uVve TjxTease o Tiew fresVi seasoxvabU mevcVvatviVse. TXtaVe u a s o Uems vom ttKs pae aTvAome WitVrst Aa o$ ve SaVe. bae toeVtvS VWeATvesAa rdovuVTv a &-.&0 CVose3VvxvsAa a 0 v- $1.00- LADIES' $3.00 AND $3.50 OXFORDS. Moro tluin 100 pairs of I...

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 — 5 January 1915

Mtvaxitxl " i . . rrrIrM1 miiinim Jim i .n giiMiim niiinw niinirmmiiMiMiMMmni mm 11 in ! mum iiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiMiiniiiiiMMTliiliiiBii I 9 6 ' VOLUME XXXII. ABILENEt TEXAS TUESDAY JANUARY 5 1915 N'OJMKR M. BIGGEST BAHLE OF ENTIRE Czar Visiting His Soldiers in the Field WAR BELIEVED IN PROGRESS GERMANS- RENEW EFFORTS TO BREAK THROUGH LINES IN ARGONNE AND BETWEEN MEUSE AND MOSELLE' TUSKS WINNING IN CAUCASUS FIGHT Russians Everywhere oil Defensive and ore Forced Back Complete Success for Hindcnburg in Poland Impossible Yot More Laurels Added to Bravery of British Seamen In Hour of Peril By The Unitod PreaTs. LONDON Jan. 2. The fighting is increasing in volume and in- tensity and it is believed that this indicates tho commencement of a battle that will equal if not exceed the battles of tho Marne and the Aisne. This battle is now believed to be taking place in France. Tho Germans have ronewed their efforts to brHk through the French lines in tho Argonno region and between the Moselle an...

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 — 5 January 1915

"S? ir Til ABILIlfl! KEPOltTlft. A?TLl!Wg TEXA1 amiiMMnei 1 i. r i H i Abilene Texas Jan. 3rd 1915. li i i. i . li . va u ft TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS: $ge -C '"' -' V J. VAAJUJ.I.t.VJ. j v . .. i . . Standing upon the threshold of the New Year and casting .dun minds bftgk upon the Old Year we I eel Mat we are m ougiu i m.u interesting sensations. The year 1014 has been trying on every one m iact it nas neen a yuM iu j - esolved to look the men can afford to to face with peculiar and men's souls. It has been a testing time so to speak a time when brave hearts have taken new hope and have r situation in thn fnrn with s.p.rn.nnrl rrsn1iH miiimwwpc This ls.nnl. n time for COWards. It is not a time when 'give up or relinquish one bit of determination. To those who can stand and fight it is an opportunity. It sometimes lakes great pressure to br To each of helpful to you. In many instances we were not able to do what you fe.ll we should and in many cases we could not do what we r...

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 — 5 January 1915

TA9 M- HOW RATS LIVE HONORABLE JNO. P. SOPT. PHILLIPS i . -i T ' GROWN AT CLYDE BY W. W. SLATER B HK ABILENE kKPORTFJ? ABILENE HEXhi 7-POUND TURNIPS CELBERAIN Of NEW YEAR'S WAS UNUSUAL LY OUITE AND SPREAD DIRE DAVIDSON VISITS ABILENE AGAIN RECEIVED n New Federal Reserve Notes We have obtained a limited supply of New Federal Reserve PLAGUE OVER my ANKLE THURSDAY h THIS SPECIMEN WOULD MAKE MItHITY GOOD AMMUNITION VOIl KAISEJI'S GUNS. W. W. Slater of Slayter and Coun- cil Land Company Clyde could very profitably abandon the land business and erribarfc on a project to furnish ammunition for tho Kaiser's big siege guns. Ho has just Bent to tho Reporter a "cannonbaH" that would wreck nn or- dinary fort Tho "cannonbaH Is a huge turnip the father of all turnips in tho world. It weighs 7 1-8 pounds and has a healthy purple-and-whlte color. The seven-pound wonder is without a blemish and could fitly grace the tabic of a king or the Kai ser. Mr Slater has a small garden on his ptaco In Clyde. ...

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 — 5 January 1915

Til ABILIHS RIPOKTf.R A1IL1M1 TEXAS. PRO. DECREE OF RUSSIA TO STAND BATTLESHIP SUNK III THE CHANNEL NEW PORTMASTER TO TAKE OFFICE 31STNEW YEAR ' IN with BEna &m. ff .. LAST A PEAL FAILS WHEJT CITf FORM IDA11LK RENT TO BOTTOM IIT T. S. KOIJ.INS TO HE StT EEDED HY II. E. RANKIN AS POST- MVSSTERHERE. CHIEF J. .1. CLINTON SEES NEW YEAR UEG1N IN SAJIE SPOT AS IN 1SSI. Zi . t I'OUSCILS REJECT PETITIONS TIIl'JtSDAT EITHER MINE OR gUIMf AIMXIS THIS MORJilM?. JPr' i . RECEIPTS AT l.OCAt. YARD AMIHNT TO tl.fU Il.ll.KS IP TO SATrHMY XOOJT. RULE IS AN IRON-CLAD ONE If SIMMS PICKED UP CHANGE MADE AT MIDNIGHT FOR 31 CONSECUTIVE YEARS r 't. JMttrotnt COTTON HUM ' jfrlmmLik Oil SAME UN R r j-lCJlBt S ' WE HUNG & &.$B. .fcs-ssran --- J i- 1 MilMii i i i I i V- S. Pi Li 1. 1 r f f 1 1 ( r ft. ' S 11 J 4 Wine Hcer nnd Een Denatured Alco- hol and Tarnish With Alcoholic Compounds Cnnno6 He Sold Anywhere In Country Bv Associated Pretw. PETIMKIKAD Jan. 1. The last ap. peal ngnlnst (lie prohibi...

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 — 5 January 1915

i r THEAMLElflWPOfc'llB AB1LH1S TXA. m m m ! 4 13 gAO imp. u Our GREAT ANNUAL CLEARAWAY of WINTER MERCHANDISE begin? Tuesday! Always famous for unequaled bargains Values this year are greater than ever before! A complete clearance of all Winter Merchandise from every department in this store is absolutely necessary. We will not carry over any of these goods until next season." Clearance is the one idea dominating this sale Gutting down former figures' to a level that will guarantee quick action buying on your part. Our big stock of new and stylish merchandise (the best in this section) is now open to you with prices cut far below any previous season's level. Come expecting unusual bargains. You'll not be disappointed. SUPREME VALUES AWAIT YOU-UNMATCHABLE BARGAINS CONFRONT YOU AT EVERY TURN. : : : : : : SALE BEGINS TUESDAY JANUARY 5th 8:30 O'CLOCK r 50 Coats for children ages 12 to 14 only to close at choice of the lot ..- '. $2.50 All children and misses coats in regular stock for a...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 January 1915

Ff It r THE ABILENE REPORTER. ABILENE. TEXAS - !' """" ' nlL ' mil...-I jli .nil M..J. I. I mi. i. . "!' "' " "iucsAa "moTuvwoi AJDc Slaxl w Tfrvmsl uV "?tvg Sales eaxwpal '$& x" sot vr mmmmpmmmmmmmmmme-mmmmmcmrmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmm n'rlW 1 1-f7 . '4 - - i. ' .'i.A 4 t.T'o'JVifMAl . J1 W T .. fcTMibC. :.. mmM;mm& .- ..' .a. Jf Hum .aryjjF?;"3?i 2tr"" ti"wsr ... .i-siu:; v. . TiV a ---& .---.- . -:. ". JsafiEifttes8 .pjM - $ 57 .J-.- f Not merely n sale in which onl small stocks and broken lines are offered bul an immense stock of crisp new merchandise of llio most reliable (iialily represen- ting the surplus stocks .that come to us at very exceptional prices from overstocked manufacturers and jobbers who needed the money and were willing to make us unusual concessions for the cash. 11 Because of the large stocks bought at special prices for this occasion this sale will outrank the ordinary Clearance .Sale in selection and choice of new merchandise. II The goods are here in...

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 — 8 January 1915

. inwiwMMwiiiiiiiiwiiiiiMiawMij iiniiiiiju i ii..iii.u i miiwiiib n iiiMimuum iiiaiimiMuiiMmjaiuuimimi .im. L m TflTiiiiii i mmmmm . a VOLUME XaXII. ABILENE TEXAS FKIDAY JANUARY 8 1910. TXBER M. ' i ii i IDAHO IM MlNM'OI'l 40 I (IMS KWOIl ISS1 l. N VI (i. trim. rdhissks toih. DEGLAREFOR STATE U.S.PREPAREONESS WIDE PROHieiTIOKi 0 ON iNDREDS UED; BIG NEW SFCHI T SI ( (om-trinck iii.i.n UUtlMSOVS HONK LIST NIGHT. URGES LEGISLATURE TO ACT Got. Hmiitueml of Wlmcsotii huits Passage uf Seine Horl of Teni perniice Law At ThN Scs- slnti of (In- Koilj. CONGRESS TO USE EFFORTS Hy the Associated Press. HOLHU. Idaho. Jim. rt.tloveinor Alexander today declared la favor of tntewldo prohibition Ja IiIh first mes- sage to the Iduln; legislature. The governor la his inessago fill .tittiacd tho pollciPB which ho will aliruipt to put into erred during '.lie tint that i.t-l ft In tho governor's elmtr anil the I Agreed All Possible Niijs be Tilcil to It rliitr Ami anil Nat) I'p to Highest Slamlurd oi Eff...

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 — 8 January 1915

rm TWO THE ABILEITI REPORTER ATLENE. TEXAi ( ' ' ' M DEAR SIR: You ask what we think of the possibilities of the new year and the situation as It appears to us. Ot course we realize that In a time like this one's opinion Is about as good as another. But to us there are some things that are apparent and "which It seems should fasten themselves on us all. If the present situation teaches any thing it is that we must first get ourselves on to an economical basis. this applies to the town apd country man alike. We must try to turn the wastes of the farm Into profits and quit spending money foolishly. The New Year at least the first part ot It is almost suro to be slow dragging and unsatisfactory. Our adjust menta are largely to bo made yet and wo must all be will- ing to liquidate as far as possible It Is no tlmo to expect money to speculate; on tho other hand we should be willing tor co-operate and sacrifice where It Is necessary. But we are sure If wetget and keep our bearings to get ...

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 — 8 January 1915

THE ABILEWg REPORTER ABILENE TEXAi ?Aa tukct w THE 126TH. OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF Condensed Statement of The First State Bank & Trust Company OF ABILENE TEXAS. Statement at Close of Business De- comber 31 1914. . V Vk rL AT J? flS U RESOURCES: Loans .$450104.23 Overdrafts None Furniture & Fixtures. . '. 6021.10 Real Estate 9848.26 Stocks & Securities . 83589.1 3 Interest in Guaranty- Fund 2646.00 Property Account Bale . of Cotton . 52.60 ' Bills of Exchange Cot- ton...... 813.45 Cash & Sight Exchange . 72071.23 i- TOTAL $625146.00 LIABILITIES Capital ... $200000.(iQ Surplus and Undivided Profits 36696.09 Unearned Profits 3311.91 Bills Payables. TTrTTrrr 85000.00 Deposits ........... 300138.00 TOTAL. $625146.00 The above statement is correct. W.H. FREE Cashier. The Farmers & Merchants National Bank OF ABILENE Made to the Comptroller of Currency at the close of Business. jta i sr .v r jyP ufiAffhi ber 31sU 1914 Condensed Statement. RESOURCES: . Loans and Discounts .....

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 — 8 January 1915

THl ABILENE fcUPOtfTlR ABILEltK. TEXAS PAGE T 'dim aesaesaJM9t)B: I ' j f EMI "WXMKtif REfOHTEil tt'6 CBrtfltMll College. Tno rnTOi Jir jmiMrtfc nitxTfsff wimltrJtiSM ? LlK' a6 fto i-il ---.- m.Ai """ """" octuiiu oirteu Bfttered as Second-Class Mall at Abl- lene Texas October 14 1003. SUBSCRlFTfOJr RATES. One Year (In advance) $1.00 Six Months (In advance) GO Subscribers faitlnir to receive their papqr regularly will confer a favor u jon the management by reporting the flme to the business office. Phone 67 TELEFHOSES.' isiisincsa ana uircuiauon ........ on ttitllnrlnl nfltni ... . - 9901 Society..... ...1097 or SIS"17 k- - "why shouldn't Americans be liopo (Any erroneous reflection upon the ful? character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of Tho Jteporter will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the firm). F1UD1Y JASITARV 8 1915. 8AYS WAR WILL CONTINUE Emperor. William announced at his New Year recept...

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 — 8 January 1915

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. BIG ADVANCE OF WHEATANOCOTTON KATY LIMITED WRECKED TODAY Neighborhood News Items Contributed By RKPOHTtU (OIMtESrOXDEMS. ELMDALE ITEMS i (OTTO.N IT 1.00 I!UiE AT XKW KNGIM.MR FIItKMAN AMI IASfi. ORLEAXS-XEW YORK AM) BJt lA'Jt'l(Iil) I.N AfTmBYT LIVERPOOL STRO.NO. XKAII BELLS? TEXAS ALL HIGHERRECORDS BROKEHCURVE GAUSEeTbAD WRECKS ill jf -- .---w MI1T nuilUilO Willi IIUI Shntjjn Offof Argentine tWlUon ne Train lt.d nn Weldcnl nf Same V&TnnX 5. 'aKAVlSSZ Pot "' W'Uflr By High t night Jtatcs Cause j Place Voir Ami. nnd Freight' slblllty as first ono thing and then nn- There is lota of co f AdTSSfkdL Bd Tr0"iT"tre Lnst llcr kPl 1B from Mng. ch!efcil Mr Emlo Moody" Aiirht. L By the Associated Press. their future homo. Mr Monroe Hlggs nnu .miss jvy or stonewall county were marriou nere Tlioy will llvo neat .Migcnt where ho has a homo all ready Mrs. F. M. Arnold returned Sunday .from visits to her daughters at Grow- bnhe both doing well. oil Sweneon S...

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 — 8 January 1915

THE AfcLTJElTC. REPORTER. ABILEJTE TEXAS FIGHT PROMISED JENEMIES BECOME .FARMING CLUB .MAYOR KIRBY ON DISTRICT COURT IN PLANS FOR WAR ON SPEAKERSHIP.FRIE1S IN TRENCH MEETS AT SAMBO; LIGHT QUESTIONiSESSION AT ANSON NOW AT CAPITOL "BIGGEST CORN CROP IN HISTORY" " (CnnfiniKd from pate one) f i MVU5E WILI-MMS IM) WfMIIls s I'll I- 111 MMIII HI HR M HILh IMI lU.sTIM. Tl?.KJ IIMHR- IMl'TlllMv. I ITl 1 NTITLIP TO LIGHT LUH.F TOL! Mt H MMMss. STOHUI IIMI IN iMIH'T VU'LTS HI i I Mil IK MU:ssm sunt in uisr. MILL STlHtf ItlTTLI. Rill 11. OF III Kl HlMmsom: FIM I'KOHItlH I" W I ovr. IS Nl I H'UMtK Is PIRTHI LlRtl OF C HIMIMI FAVBSIX lulo llnl hm lo rnlly mr-rt tlio re- quire n'nf ot hla wlf Imprwfil task. Itrufvr-r It lp to bi winhocl tliat Hip scston wtll ptrp nrnist attPiiUon i.i tlfrt-' )mnt nlar things alnns tlrp li- quor pmhlfn. tho rr-ntnT rpgulation antl w vttTi ni! ctmntittitlmial anifnrt- mrittii. al thsp thrpf are- Itcconiiiii'iiilaltiiiix. A I uvprliiK of Hip rnp of Inlnrosl on ninup...

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 — 12 January 1915

Hr HHIMHMHmMHaMMIinMMaMHMWHMMHMWaHMHMaMM VOLUME XXXII. ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY JANUARY 12 1915. NUMBER 1M. FINAL EFFORT TO FRENCH CLAIM RUSSIA TO BEGIN CRUSH COT SE81 FILEO BY LOONEY SUNK BY BRITISH WITH BIG LOSSES DEEP ALLIES MUCH Gl.'HMVNY SENDING 100000 PHI'S. SIANS TO tll :i(Hl)IHI .US. TRIANS LONDON Ji:i1)ltT Vilmlt ('rrmnns. Nilh Heat) I.o-r Hate lieofTuiiiril Tort n in Mnco Will Put tiOO.OOO Mm in tho FirM ClIVHGKS CONCERN'S PAID 11)1.1. VON Dill TN DLTKATF1) HVTTI.K WITH IN VIM IHLK OFF PERNAMHCOC IN NORTHEAST OF SOLSSNS AND NLAJt PERTHES AND IN Alt. GONNK GERMANS WIN ARMY WOFLR PROVIDE MLSSING LINK HETWEEN IIALTIC AND ADRIATIC SEAS. Ilcforc Operations Slop. TIXKS OF KNOWN ANTI-VOT. j.'Ks especially negroes. BREWERY S RMA CRUSER N B ROUMANIA WOULD IN U MO 0 I 'I CLAIM SWEEPING VICTORIES Russians Say Tlml They Hare Crossed Mountains Hclucen Ituknulim and lliiinniry Rnuninnln Pre. pared to Join Russia. Ily Associated Presn. LONDON Jan. 9. -Reports of nn ap- parently relfnlilt so...

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 — 12 January 1915

I k l lit IS lsi 1 as TWO. TH1 ABILIN1 REPORTER ABTLEWg TIXA1 EAH SIR: You ask what we think of the possibilities of the new year and the situation as it appears to us. Ot course wo realise that in a time like this one's opinion is nbout ns good as another. But to us thcro aro some things that nrc apparent and which it seems should fasten themselves on us all. If the present situation teaches any thing it is that we must first get ourselves on to an economical basis. This applies to the town and country man alike. We must try to turn the wastes of the farm into profits and quit spending money foolishly. The New Year at least the first part of It Is almost sure to be slow dragging and unsatisfactory. Our adjust- ments are largely to bo made yet and wo must nil bo will- ing to liquidate as far as possible. It is no time to expect money to speculate; on the other hand we should be willing to co-operate and sacrifice whero it Is necessary. But we are sure if we get and keep our bearings...

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 — 12 January 1915

-. THE ABILENE REPORxUR ABILENE TEXAS AaK THmiE DIVERSIFY MEET MEIER SON IEHELDATTEMP gghtkme ct:tis hi i.i iii- 111I 10 I W.i 11 KSMI T i)ivi:itsiM( vi'MiN IS H IN FIE ON CEDAR STREET V 11 "KEEPS200000000ra. Object lo Stress the Importance of lcas IVrdlnsr lln-self nnl Keeping Monty ttoitnrr et: 8R0GMWEEDS AND I ww. OH G HOUSE MAKEBIG BLAZE niT knnntot'uii rsi:n mtk. residence helomhmi to .huge s or water ami ojex- t mini Kit in alley mew ' I'HKD IMIPIEM? l'LVMES IS iiritE. I wo Special to The Hr.o t r. ILMPLK Tet Ja.i v I'h" j.inai-i-t forwnrd mow. u Mil li tiiricttllun tl Jiontu has ever wn i!l in1." laet ii i -nlral Toxn . i .i im.iry IT and I. ninth m-tl Tor t to woks tfuahph ti- nl.uk bolt rounlr About (lv irnii ill a will bo ui rsl; twenty lrc turns furiilali'-.l ey.t.o boat i-rti ca- lunul liu tllutlons- rtinl otgulil '. ltbms nr tin State of Ii xas. assist -i by 1'iei. ! i-rry O ifuitlcn ilii.ftor of hr i.v; t 'i ion l-. i.rtim nt oi tb" Iiit-'ruiiSloh-! il Uatvi'ior (a wil...

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 — 12 January 1915

paoi roum THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS 1 I b r M li ttl I.WEEKLY .REPORTER V ..BIJ'.fcNK l-JUSTlSC. COMPANY. lOii-Ss North Second Street A GOOD MOTTO. I The Profttablo Farming Campaign IDEAS OF A PLAIN MAN. I .U '..! (m ti4fnv AkkcIa.) rtn Im flirt LlA.nl I1!1 mi tfi-i ii1 ml Entered as Second-Class MaH at Abl- .. ... hM . mollfl ....- .n By Dr. Frank Orane. i nn r !- rtm. w ihi a -.. -i iniii . - - - - -- -. leiic. Texas October 14 1903. Sl'ttSttllPTIOX RATES. Feed Herself and keen 1200000. W0.00 At Home." This campaign Is worthy of the support qt every publication In Si0 MnSfhi tin nTSS;i ' Ul 9tatP " eVC CltZGn 0f aS bix .Montii8 (in advance) 50 . . .. . i . . . . Subscribers falling to receive lhelr8ll0Ud m.aMH hl? duE h.!p n C.f naner remilarlv will mnfer rr.rytn8 l lh splendid motto of the upon the management by reporting the Bame to the business office. Phone 6?. TELfcniO.NKS: Business and Circulation $ C7 Editorial Ollico S23 Society 1097 or 313 Profitable Farming Camp...

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 — 12 January 1915

TH1 ABILENE REPOhTfiR ABILENE TEXAS. fAOlOT tmmmmmMmtm Tomorrow We Enter Into the Second Week of Our mmmam0mmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmBi!S35SmSBS8BB!mmB&''Blb I Great January Clearance Sale With many added specials. Some of the first list of advertised specials have already been closed out others are being rabidly cleared away If you need seasonable goods now is the time and this the sale from which to select them and effect splendid economies. Throngs of pleased customers are crowding our three big sales rooms daily taking advantages of the great sacrifice of Winter merchandise. You are invited to join them Here are some of the prices that are making this the most successful Clearance Sale we have ever held. i 50 Coats for children ages 12 to 1-J only lo close at choice of the lot k..;$2.50 All children and misses coats iii regular stock for quick clear- ance a I 1-3 to 1-2 off ot regular prices. One Table of Ladies Muslin Un- derwear about 12 to 15 dozen in- cluding sample lots ass...

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 — 12 January 1915

FAOMftX THB ABH.BNE KEPOETBlt ABILENE TEXAS. :s ZZZ. m n pi naiiHiiunW'i mm n nrt iihiiwi iit4hhhw waimmwmmmm mwmjmniMKWrm WW iWMWfflry DR JL JL JLj JL JLI JL4 i The Masseur who has successfully treated many patients in this part of West Texas also South and Central Texas New Mexico Arizona and many other states is now located at the Hefner Sanitarium in Sweetwater Texas. Rate $3 per day. Free Masseur treatment. He refers you to testimonials of people in all walks of life cured by him. ; f i -1 R 1 i m This ts what Dr. Milling has to say In regard to Ur Hefner as n heater. February 23 ID 11. To Whom It May Concern: This Is to certify that I Dr. Milling af- ter leaching and developing Mr. A. Hef- ner In the science of healing and carrying him Into the mysteries of the Occult pro- nounce him qualified to treat any and alt diseases of the human family scientifical- ly and ou may rest assured that when you hae him with yoii or your family that ou have n man thoroughly qunltflcd and that...

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