ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,046 items from Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,046 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 February 1915

ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5 1915. MUMBtR 112.. OCTOBER 12-16 DATES FOR FAIR CONSOLIDATION OF PENS. NOW NEEDED RUSSIA WINS IN LITTLE PROGRESS GERMANS ASSERT AGAINST WARSAW ATTACK CHECKED THE GREAT ARMY OF HELPFULNESS ENLISTMENT OK 2MMfw CHILD REN OF TIIK I'NITER STATES IS SOI (JUT. NEW ENGINE OF ATTACK DEVISED CENTRAL WEST TEXAS FAIR WILL SEVEHU. WW Ql ESTIONS NiMH NG IN LEGISLYTUIE TO PHOVUhE COMMENT. OFFICIAL .STATEMENT TODAV RE- HINRENRERG'S NEW ATTW'K II H FRENCH HEtTLSER Btt PER. THES-NO CHANGE IN RE- MAIVHEK WEST FRONT. GERMANS FLOAT BLAZING XAFTK i.oarer with kxrlwuvkm dowx kiv:k. TARE PLACE OPTOIIKK 12 TO IB INCLUSIVE. ('(If NTS .SUCCESSES THEUE AND IN CAKPATHIANS. MEKELY WKtKENER KISSIIN ARVAMKR POSITIONS. VOLUME XXXII. WAR AW m ON f fM h K h b tie hiiisims m mm Such Woll Known Stockmen ni C M. Lnrgent . 0. Crcs-mcll ami Head llros. and llrinwi Will Exhll.ll Here. October 12 to 1G. Inclusive will ho tho tjntrs of tlio Central West Texas Fair Jtnd Fat Stock Show. The exec...

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 — 5 February 1915

THE ABILENE REPOBTIR ABILKHB TXXA : I u If i tt' b i ONE Million Dollars Protection Htie yoi stopped tt consider that the Depositors Guaranty Fund of the State of Ttxis now has approximately $1000- 000.00 in CASH for the benefit of depositors? In addition to this the board has a right to levy an assessment of 2 per cent against the average de- posits of all State Banks in Texas in any one year should there be need for it. This protection is yours by your avail- ing yourself of the privilege of deposit- ing in a State Bank. We shall appreciate your business. FOOD FRO y. S. IS CONTRABAND The First.State Bank and Trust Co. E.(;un r)FFimiLY mitifiks THIS IWSTKY OF ACTIOS TOBAT. SUBJECT TO SEIZURE NOW Ships mid Cargoes Destined lit en I'ltlmatcly for t.ermany Atis trla or Turk) be Taken l by Allied Mnrliiis By The Associated Press. ITAHIIfoUTOS Feb. 2-Kglanl nmiMcIiillj MfllHie ihc ChHciI Mate today Hint food of any kind for tier man) Austria or THrkej h n contra hnnd of war. This mean t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 February 1915

THIS ABILENE REPORTER ABIXJlTE TEXAS. t WEEK'S WORK lit THE LEGISLATURE DIVERSIFY CLUD MEETS AT SAMBO i i i.niiiuiwl a a THE Citizens National Bank of Abilene Texas the- trail .grows $ hot several well- lVOMEX ARK IVORKIXd HANI) TOR IXTEHKSTIMJ AMI rilOFlTHILK pkouka.h iu:iu:itm:i) vn JfAY ARK PRESENT T1IK PASSAUK OF Ht'FPKAOK A3CEXIKHEXT SOW. TIE STATE UP . B. DUCK DELIVERS TALK I J . A . 'P.r Capital ari Surplus . $200010.10 Ai tstablishti instililiiR frit inn Specilatioi if Officers ani Dirtcfars Commercial and Savings De- . posits Solicited FOODSTUFFS NOW BEING SENT OUT IN CARLOAD LOTS AMLE.VK I'OL'.NTKY IS SHIl'PIXU PAJUI I'JIOIHTTS IX ALL DIIIKCTIOXS. According to a locnl railroad man who la in position to wntch such things thrro is now being more food- Btutra shipped out of tho Abilene coun- try than ever before In the hlfltory of tho city. "Carload after carload of maize head and other Bubstautlal foodatutfa ar being Bhlpped out" he remarked. "i nave uecn living here for man...

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 — 5 February 1915

fmmmmm fAosfoim THl ABIUtHI KlfOR 17 W j h. I N u i ft-i' IV J. t a i! A AN IDEAL SS BANKING Connection com hi nes safety and an intelligent care needs of customers. ness on that basis. Whether you ar count or no this a persq the hank matters lv conf i ing in ness i or years mi i. yre wiaufbufl Mil iiirfiaflbptno accimKJO Ynrarm rniaUui stflutiofi tlit if Ahflcnei ur mwe helpj Lr J Thefarmtrs & Merchants National Bank The . Old . Established . Bank GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION OPENS SESSION TUESDAY Spcclal to t!m Reporter. AUSTIN Toxub Feb. 2. The opun- m Hosafnn nf llin Texan fiUild ItnadB Association waa held in thu auditorium ' of tlio University of Texas tins uiorn-i Ing beginning at 9:30. Governor Fer- EUBOn. W. J. uauie prvniueui ui um University nnd Mayor Woolrldgc all spoke in u welcoming strain to the assembled delegates about two hun- dred in number from every portion of the state. John W. Warren presi- dent of the association replied la be- half of the organization. After t...

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 — 5 February 1915

TM AJtltlWl MPOitTXg ABILlNji TB3CAH. f A01 nv WCgg SE3MB ll twJNjRkWi JUNE BY GEORGE CHESTE& JANDi LILLIANS HEsra vS 15 fcy Serb PabHcaetea Bf ftfal arnsftiMflt far this papar a pfeete-draaM carraspMdiag' ta the iaataHataata el "ftaaaway JttaV may now be aaca at the lead- ia wrtvlH picture theaters. By arraafaateat made witk the Mutual Film Cerperattea it is net ealy pos- sible te read "Ruaaway Juae" each weak but also afterward te aee mev- iaf pkturea illustrating our story. SECOND EPISODE Ii Pirsiit if the RiuwayBriic CHAPTER I. mini runaway bride who led the chase seemed to bo lucky for tho traffic opened beforo her like magic and closed behind bor like a Wall. As she turned into CeMral park at Fifty-ninth street safo from Immediate pursuit tho black Vandyked man's car was in n snarl nt Fifth-sixth. As be camo out of that pocket be leaned forward after a look ahead and spoko crisply to his driver. They stopped nt tho I'lazn hotel and tho man hurrying up tho steps sud- denly ...

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 — 5 February 1915

r ij I' Ift 5 riaux THE ABILENE KBPORTBlt ABILENE JjBXAj Replenished Stocks and Savings Bountiful as Ever New shipments of Whitewear Laces and embroideries introduced in the White Sale this week make the stocks as complete and savings as great as on the first day of the sale. The newest whitewear styles in all undergarments represent the greater por- tions of the stocks. Daintiness. of materials of laces and embroideries of sewing and finish not of a few garments but of every garment is one of the important distinctions of this annual white sale In other words these are not miscellaneous stocks gath- ered here there and everywhere where price is the only consideration but are standard and come from reputable manu- facturers who consider quality first. This- kind of whitewear sale is at once a pro- tection and assurance of better garments and gen- uine' saving. p JastThree More. Days Thursday Friday Saturday and the White Sale Closes. BIRDS MUST HAVE 00 STOMACHS iiKiMimiKvr of Afliiu...

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 — 9 February 1915

I ! . in . ..i.mi....ill.....l...l n.... ..m........ i.iiui.i m 11..M .mii.uiiiii.. u -i o !... ..... .....i.u . ninii.il .. i n . ni i . i) .10 -i . .infT;. ..... m. mwmummmmmMmmmmmmmmimMUmm . . .1 n 11.1 1 1 LUME XXXII UIII.lJNK TE IS Tn:ftm FFBll t HV ! lill. XCMttll 1 iiMiuiiLLjx j im 1 11 i;ii inn 1 iiijiiimiii; 11 M"IJUJJLJ ill1 imiimiiiim'iiimiiiiui n WMMLin 111.11 mi.ini.mij.iMniiiimiin 111. 11 111 in 1 1 1 11 1 mil 11 11 mi m 1 M ) 111111.1 ijiiiiiaii im.mi mi 1 1 mii m -v n M CHAMBER STARTS QUICK CAMPA6N AIMLLNtf rillMIIEK STMTS Tt ES. DAY FOB HEMHEItS .ami itxbs. SSTRDNGGOMMIT?EESNMED Siiumls Will Work North nii.l South of Tim n nt .Same Timr lliir ti"l leiir in Ills lorj. Tuesday iiioruluir at 0 o'clock ' the Abilene Chamber or Commerce will1 WASHINGTON Feb. & Cnrrnnzn's! BERLIN by Wireless to Sayvllle L. launch the biggest ruiupnii;ii for tnoin- efforts to establish .Vera Cruz hb the 1.. Feb. fi The German memorandum bor mill funds In Its history. capital of Mexico ...

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 — 9 February 1915

THE AIILIMB MtORTER ABILENE TEXAS. i.- 11 n4w 1 i.lM...w.w(iMMi up i.wwi.1. .1 ;faw. ONE Million Dollars Protection BtYC yon sttppt d t consider that the fcjHtittrs Gntrmty Fund of the State f Texas now has approximately $1000- OOOJW XCASH for the benefit of depositors? In addition to this the beard lias a right to levy an assessment of 2 per cent against the average de- posits of all State Banks in Texas in any one year should there be need for it. This protection is yours by your avail- ing yourself of the privilege of deposit- ing in a State Bank. We shall appreciate your business. RULES FOR PRIZE STEAMSHIP MEN ESSA CONTEST NOT APPREHENSIVE land delinquent to the State of Texas and Oountr of Taylor for taxcB to- twlt Being Lota 23. Mock 2G3 out- lot 2 Division C In the city bf Abl- Jlenc which said tend Is delinquent for taxes for the following amounts t $92 29 for the State and for the County taxes ana you are nercoy noimca tnnt suit has been brought by the state for the collect...

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 — 9 February 1915

It-" tfp Ai j. n THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. no. aji-a. STATSrOF TE County dt Tayj KussHI. Orpol CAS ' owner ot the lands returned delinquent Innds delinquent to the State and thp Stale for the collection of Bald day of February (or reported sold to the State) for the County for lates to ho published In n taxes ana you arc commnnueu to np- isBAM fnxia inn Hmrnnn for thn vnnr iflii: newsuaner In said County. One lime a pear and defend such suit at the March District Jng and. whereas the said owner Is non- week for three consecutive weeks. In Term of the District Coirt of Taylor i hfjf as.thf State lUFTexas through resident of the State (or the nnmo of the manner and style following: County and State of Texas neing tne no raai.. uiAt.njFji.i .. i.ii .i.i - .in i ... ........ tn Tin.'1 oTATt. rw tkvao a mm t k nrxi. roeuinr urm inorrni in on iumii lay nfly. A ivffiH rile In the IHs aindaUt of Eugene DeBogory having. COUNTY OF TAYLOlt. at the Court House thereof at Abilene ' Irl...

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 — 9 February 1915

v . " 111 H t: : i J . 4 t 4 r I i f II M M J" ' w amusk mtumwi ttjrfAKr jmz-zs wcrni second street JEatere 4 SecenU-Glaee Mail at Abi lene txm. Octotw H 1903 iUBMMPTMir XATJ5S. One Yer (in iMfTMtce)... .... 1 1' Six MbHw (hi advance)....... 6f Bubecrleers' fklthtr to receive tkehr fraecr regularly "wilt confer a favor npoti tho management by reporting the tamo to tho business office. Phone 67. Business and Circulation 67 Editorial Office 82 Society f.t. t. ...1097 or 348 (Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation ot any person firm or corporation which may appear In tho columns ot The Ifeporter will bo gladly correctod upob Its being brought to tho attention ot tho firm). TUESDAY FKMtl'AkY 9. 191. AB1LKNE GKOWKti. With a handsome new courthouse neailftn completion a big building go log up In tho edge of the business dis- trict and several ntoro being tnlkcd about together with tho work of re- modeling seteral more Abilene Is go- ing right nhead with the thi...

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 — 9 February 1915

THI ABILIM1 KPOTK ABII.NI TIXA. Champions Tang en the Ice HMPHlPPWita Advanpe Showing of Ladles Tailored Suits and Hats H 1 lr 0 K u i ? r-ti -fv SI HUT V" - iaOIWfe - t .i y Hero la u winter sport which has on the Ice Of course both nro e- aruuHi'il considerable interest Mr ' pert skaters and the dance comes Wilaoii. a )i:iii))!on U ekuu-r u. I easy to them Amateurs find It dlffl- Ktighmd. with .MIkb Cl.ilro Cuasel Ui cult yet the dame is easy and grace- tennis champion an- shown tangoing ful for a good abater. GAVE HIMSELF UP AFTER 14 YEARS MARION MARTINDAL.E ALIAS DAN YOUNG. TURNED UP IN ANSON COURT. ESCAPED ON MULE IN 1902 six witnesses hut tiio whereabouts of only one that of J. C. Doty la at this tlino known. Air. Doty ta atill a real' dent of tltla county. j Mnrtlndalo crfeott.il hia Oaeaiio from' tiio old Jail which waa a brick struc- ture and located on tho nubile unuareJ hy digging n hole tJirotigh tho wall' with a broom handle and a apcon. ! "Uncle" Hoy .Myurw now an naai...

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 — 9 February 1915

PAOHXX THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEfcAS. Social Club Church Affairs - - m- . ... And Item of Irrterext 1 o Women Phones 1097 or 348 Clark Aids the Idle. Miss Genevtevo Clark. daughter of thp Speaker of the House of Represen- tatives at Washington has engaged tho unemnloved women who froriuonl Nol- ghliorhood House In Southwest Wash-) i Mr. and Mrs. J. C THE SI'KM OP HUM!:. By the soft green light In the woody' I glade I On the bank of moss where thy child" noou ninya: jiJJy the: household tree through which mine eyo i First looked in love to the summer ky it ji.j j ...- ... uy 1110 uuwy gieniu uy me very U breath. j0f the prhiirose tufts in the grass be neath; Upon thy heart there Is laid a spell Holy and precious oh guard It well! By the Blecpy ripple of tho stream Which hath lull'd thee into many a dream ; hy the shiver of the ivy leaves To tho wind of morn at thy casement- caves ; By the bee's deep murmur In tho lines By the music of tho Sabbath chimes; By every sound of thy n...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 February 1915

iV .1L.V THE ABILENE REPORTER. ABT!CNW!irXAS. : ga m fill' R MMmiMMniMIMMMMMMIHIItll MMBMMI Exploits of Elaine A Detective Novel and I By ARTHUR I Tht WtU.Knoton Cwafor Me "Craig Pretested a CoHrfwrtiM With the Ptae Oejrrlht 19H by the Star Company. All Forelfa Right. Iteserred. 8YNOPSIS. The New York polleo nre myatined bv MriM or rniinlora of prominent men. Tin principal clue to the murderer Is the worn ifi letter whli h Is ent the victim sinned with a "clutching hnnd " Th lnteat vie tlrn or the mysterious assassin Is Taylot DodKe. thp Insurance president. Hit Jioughter Elaine employs Cralj Kcnnedv the- famous scientific detective to try tc unravel the mystery. What Kennedy nr compllshes Is told by his friend Jamoson. a newspaper man. thirdIpisode The Vanlshlrtg Jewels. Hanging away at my typewriter tht next day In Kennedy's laboratory I was startled by tho sudden Insistent miging or mo teiepuono near me. "Hello" I answered for Craig wn nt work at his table trying still to ex trac...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 February 1915

""fllr THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. iWim PIW)liiPMIiMH"l"WW"1' I" ' I HlllW.WM"" lilil 'I . -.. l iji . .. ui. ..iwi in r .wt nr i it " '"' -"- iwipi iwwiiui'iniii1 MMPMMWHP MP IWBUHBI IWPWIW IIWI'lPI wuaSa wm9rwmtptw mJ"u jh rt'ii'H""M-vTy.i I he I rail of li PA0S STOUT 1jfaitbMt& uangvi i J 9 1 t v d Has Lead Him Straight to CAMPBELL'S He Now Invites You to Attend the Opening of One of the Most Remarkable February Sales of Seasonable Merchandise ever held in this City SALE STARTS MONDAY FEBRUARY 8th AT 8:00 A. M. I AM "The Mysterious Stranger" I have a vitaj message Tor those of you men and women who want to make every dollar do double duty. I am a hunter of bargainsnot men. "Come" said the head oHhis firm "help us to put on a sale that will he the one big startling sensation ol the season. so full ol human interest that it will be the tal of the thriftv for davs and weeks to come. Take charge of our stock hunt high a from top to basement delve into boxp counters into s...

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 February 1915

VOLUME XXXII. - VRILENE TEXVS FRlRVY rPRIIl VHV 13 10IS. Xl'XBfctt 11 HEAIir GERMAN NO CHANCE FOR BODY WAS THAT OF FI GRIFFIN HUTU KU.T.KII VTWKVTHKUKOHt) IIIKMIUCI) llv MIIN. I.INK (IIIIFFIN. BRITISH SHIP USES U. S. FLAG AGAIN fllE rrXAHDER URCXA AMMIYRfl AT XKW YORK TOBAT FROX I.IVERt'OflL. :-: German . Raider Koenigsberg Sunk When Airship Found Her Hiding DIVISION OF STATE J nUmher of ( orpses vhandoner REPORTER STIFF ( OHHESPOM). ENT AT VI STIN SYS Ml M..- I1HENT FVVOHVHLE M I1UITK ENORMOUS LOSS I LAST SIX RAYS LOSSNEARWARSAW IBeHlp?TfjiJSL'ie lrr- -fr 1- ' i ' i r ? 5safl-B9VH 1 mHlHRSMHjt ' V I 1 ' v at jff" i'!!E I W- 'ii -' y-iw .'. 1 iw ' ' - . m h.- tfc l I J BOYOHET FIGHTING FIERCE Vtlllinnt rrrrnlciit (it HMory-Nenr .oKiii iiMipinn Kiissians Mil- lured .VJfl.H Pri-mnprs in One iny riRiufiur. Hy the Associated Press. I'KTHOGRAU Fell to ".tmlglnel AUSTIN. Fcli. lu. With mm prop from tlio corpses nbniulonptl In Hon! osltlon after smother lu tho Legislature of our positions ...

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 February 1915

THE ABILSff. iEPORTXR ABILENE TEXAS. JJL at! wiaamM JNHMHK FF r ' """ A Specially Protected OF FISHER GETS STOLEN HIRY ON WAY FOR THE ELECTRIC PLANT m i m SHEffl HOUSE fillj BOH wmmn E of m bi v i IL pi :' u: s' I I. I i; i ! 4 Ptr CtRt Investment Have you evqi realized that the aver- age first class investment in this coun- try yields only about 6 per cent after deducting laxeV Such is actually true and 'the investor takes a chance even then on delaved collections and some trouble f This bank offers you an investment that is specially secured which yields 4 per cent compounded quarterly and you can have y6ur money with inter- est at the end of any quarter and by forfeiting the interest you can draw it at anv time. Think this over. The First State Bank and Trust Co. SAYS ABILENE NEEDS Y. M. C. A. 'rUII.WimillTTEl.I.S OF BENEFITS THAT COME TO CITY TUMI? ASSOCIATION. uriUQ Hiinu m tuc vniiTU " llMMKeeiilll. Out of Treble .Mur - lug JIIm Idle Time and Mc the MVHH -Or WorklHK (J0. oral ...

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 February 1915

JTskmMt RfcW" Tal ! ' !STt Snnrvp the cub From War Zone to War Zone By "HOP" THE ABILfcH E REPORTER ABIfcSflE TEXAw. THE Citizens National Bank of Abilene Texas ' i i i hi i i - i . i. - - it- i r n i r i.i i im.il- i - - . . - .- Capital and Surplus - $2Q4t0O.M Aa established! iastitatiiR frte fram Speculitiaa a! Offiears aid Biraatars Commercial and Savings De- posits Solicited J . iii i ' - - ' ii ii . .. . . . . . . . a 1 . PRIZE WILL BE GIVEN HERE FOR COUNTY EHITS CENTUM WI..NT TEXAS FAIH U iiavk .si.vKit.ii. eor.vni:s AS i:IIIHITOUS. The Contra! Went Tcxna Fair Is planning io sot aside handsome prixos for tlto (llnplay o farm pioduuta finm the countlen of the Central West Severn! surrounding counties Imvi- al ready nlgntflcd intention of placing! exhibits hero. ' I "We are going to try to givo prizes that will nit met iniiny of the counties lit tills section" wild Secretary Fred Wood Monday. The Aspermont Star has the follow Ing to nay rcgniding an exhibit from Stonewall count...

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 — 12 February 1915

-- ! Ml Ir 4 k ft 4a ft H k ! i 4 t t H;: t fi M nil . i'i Lv I ft f. a-' i i mSLSSoBSi I A Ktem Km rt a LumwmwltMtimi M34 North co4 Street j11 th6 Improvement of either South eret SMart-Ch. Wall at .Rrat or Second Street to the Abilene leke T ie October 14 103. ind Northern and Abilene and South- 1 ilLiJJ j:.1 w-L 'Ifeni depot ahoutfl be saHceltn for trat SVmtMPTMN JUTlg. IHrtrt tja tttkltory Strwl needs at re Yer (la a4rMee). .... fl.M tentkm hatly. Ve mnrlo' be glad to MMtlta y""cc ; uMlsh Comments of our friend 7?!?tlLBft0 1 "!ve i?'had ho signed same. But office rules pvvi ivftMitiwjr friit i;uii&g. a ic... k tlic management by reportte the who lb the business office. Phe 6? TKLt)tONS! .Business and Circulation . . 67 Editorial Office ......... 829 eeiely ... ........1097 or 348 rAhy erroneous reflection UDon the chnractcr standing or reputation otl ny person firm or corporation whica May apfcar In tlio columns of The Kcportcr will bo gladly corrected upon Ks being brought ...

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 February 1915

Htt A'BILENK RBPORTER ABlLfcHJS TEXAS. ttnem 9tv rnitmicsttsfiiaitta " mea uLmymMUwmJ:l.kI7m till. i Mil jyjjfc POPULAR RATE EXCURSION T0 EL PASO t ! M. f V. If 1 8 A TURD A Y $W 5Q I ROUND rvuruary j Z2 VIA - M40 - V '' Mti.wer0r Celebration Washington's Birthday Sstt22 GREAT JUAREZ RACE TRACK 2ST?.23Ef Bull Fights and Other Attractions TWO BIG DAYS of SPORT For Particulars See H. A. READING Ticket Agent ! T.ftfi r aswaa rxr HAN WOMAN TELLS HOME GOES TO FRONT AS MAN SOMUKItS 1'ITV Hint YOl'Tll BIT T1IKY IIO.VT M.Sl'OYKR IIIIU HlKyiiTY. to bo iiecomica with the crosa or st.'rrrTpT nc pdcit innucv George for Vnllunt services on the but- LULUI Ul UltLfll MUilLl coerlng from wounds hi one of the lullltaryNiospltnls at Moscow. Stmluiit at the KIcfT Women's Uni- versity when tlio war broke out Mile. Tvthlllln. ilL'Pil I!). trlOil In ln Inhnll on ;ib a nurse with a Hold hospital butf BUD REMEDY IS SOON REALIZED I fuel it my duty to let you Know I was L..BW- .ii iv iim iiuaiui.il UHtT ... ...

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 February 1915

PACK THE JABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAB. R1 i l f & If M TITO HS0ML Jwk Finds Wtrk. CHAPTER I lOWN the dark boulevard fro Bryuport wenvcd and bumped 11 and rattled it lone tnxlcab ...J with a lilsh powered limousine Jtcudlly gaining ou u A black Van- dyked mail tu tbe ilmotislnc began to tosi (something out of tbo window as lie passed tbe taxi at breakneck speed. Lie smiled as be lietird a loud report like tbe explosion ot n revolver then nuotlicr. Oe kiiockcd on tbe driver's Window aud n tbo car came to a Rtop he looked bcUlnd Tbe taxi had drawn up. tie hastily replaced under the scat tbe hamper In which be bad broken to Dltn all Its porcelain and glassware A tall gaunt girl distinct- ly n inuid was out. Impatlebtly survey- lug the Hat tires or tbe taxi when tbe limousine. Its bright dome light sud- denly flashing up. backed alongside. The black Vahdykcd man stepped down. "Perhaps I can offer your passengers the use of ny machine." he suggested. That relieved young woman opene...

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