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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 February 1910

? t5 S V && ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER ' - ' If " Lf' VOLUME XXX. ..t . ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY FEHRUAHY 8 1810. LIGHTFQQT SAYS CHARTER VALID -TOUT WORTH MATTER SETTLED IN ATTORNEY GENERAL'S DE- PARTMENT TODAY. BONDS WILL NOW BE SOLD Boston Trust Company Prospective Purchaser Wanted to Make Mat- tcr Snro Before Buying $500- 000 Fort Worth Bonds. M Speplal to The Reporter. AUSTIN Fob. 7. It waB given out unofficially from tho Attornoy Gener- al's department today that Jewel P.1 Llghtfoot the now Attbrnoy General fS will hold tho charter1 under which tho tM city of Fort Worth Is governed as val id. Such announcement it is stated will bo made through tho perss tomor- row. It apepara that tho'only known rul- ing to govern such case was an opln-" 3on given by Chief Justice Gaines of the State Supreme court whp held that it was Impossible to go behind tho sig- natures of the Speaker of tho HoUse and President of tho Sonate who- in -signing a bill hold that the law is valid. T...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 February 1910

I I TWO '4 4 ' Truxton King Cdpyrlght 1909. by Georrfa Barr McCulcheon Copyright 1909 by Dodd Mead & Company 1 Truxton King a millionaire's Bon sets out in search of ad- venture. Where better could ho look for stirring events than in .far off Graustark where the age n chivalry yet survives in all its romantic opportunity; where rules Prince Robin the most precocious boy monarch in the realm of fiction; where the reds vf Europe plot his murder in mysterious underground retreats; Witerc gallant Truxton King and Trave "Uncle Jack" fight val- iantly for the preservation of the prince and the love of beauti- ful princesses; where American pluck and manhood are pitted- against foreign intriguers and where honesty and courage are mightier than the sword? Read -of Prince Robin son of an Amer- ican princess; of Olga Plafanova the girl with the dread mission; of Marlanx the Iron Count; of John Tullis the American bul- wark of a foreign throne; of lovely Loraineand of daredevil Truxton t "...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 February 1910

t('t'fliyvMy!?'5pI!f'5jT't rin"Tptje'rrl gafffi p TfV ww ' V" jW ' ? .'"NKIKTW vswWiffW W K.' '. jT I'tt.'K Tlfm'K It" K fit Ids pllo of books and planted himself bwldo htm so suddenly that tho bitter words died away on tbo old man's lips. "You nwful old man I" ho cried trem- bling nl over hid oyes blazing. "Don't you Bay nhyth.lng against Undo Jack. I'll I'll bahlsii you yes Blr banish you like my mother fired Count Mar- l&nr out of tho country. I won't let you como bnck here novor. And be- fore you go I'll havo Undo Jack slve you a good licking. Oh ho can do it 11 rlghtl I-I bato youl" Tho duko looked down In amazement Into tho flushed writhing faco of his llttlo master. Eor a moment ho was tunned by tho vigorous outburst. Then tho hard lines In his faco re- taxed a softer expression camo into his yes and he fltnllcd kindly on tho boy. But Prluco Bobby was still unap- poascd. ''I could havo you beheaded" no said Btubbornly. "Couldn't I Undo Caspar?" The Duko of Pcrso suddenly ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 February 1910

T .rf . ..nm). Mrf.ww WMw-.fr.li.W'UfM. .'; ....:iatAcUjii!irtafiiwpuw i(iMWiiirtiifr .. . -. - ate y1 'HfeKL'MMaJB.W '!' FOUK !".. !l (-..fct fc.. ss y 8 fl 3 K M I I'll M BM 4 Cm Hrf Ittrl ivi . i lt tt J M M 4 ! IT REPORT OF THE FARMER n National Bank In Abilene Texas At the Close of Business January 31 1910 Resources Loans nnd Discounts ...........'.... ... ...... $111075-12 Bank Building ami Fixtures..... . .......;. 11500.00 U. S. Bonds and Premiums... ."?. ...'. I1.... '..' 130500.00 Other BondB ..17. ; '..". 10500.00 CASH Due from U. S. Treasurer $ 1051.05 Duo from Banks and in Vault; T 22P.668.33 Bills of Exchango .- 161497.20 892217.18 Total ..'... ...'.. '..... !?.....: $907702.50 Liabilities Captlbl .' $100000.00 Surplus and Profits 77075.42 Circulation Rediscount . .' Bills 'Payable . Other Borrowed Money . . . . DEPOSITS Individual Bank ''' Cashier's Che Dividends Total The above statement QjvS M p ITiroaid tJf-4 t r "That the Deposits qf tlie Farmers & Merchants N...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 February 1910

vxQt my. Tr TOO MUCH PORK W OUR INITIAL SHOWING OF L SOUTH SHOULD GIUHY ALL THE UOtiS THIS SUCTION . NEEDS. New Silks and Wash Goods For Spring ARTICHOKES GOOD FOOD COIN GOES NORTH JSf This Vegetable 'Grows Enormously alt Over Tlio southern Country and Is Hcst Food Obtainable for Hogs. Too much southern money 1b going north to pay for pork products con- sumed in the South Tho South is an Ideal country for hog raising and In" stead of buying pork products from J - tho North tho South should grow all tho hogs tho South needs besides sell pork.ln all its shapes on tho northorn markets. Hogs can bo grown cheaper In tho South than in the North and they dan be fattened for market cheap- er If southern farmors will study tho business and grow the right kind of foodstuffs. Artichokes aro one of tho best foods raised for hogs and they yield enor- mously all over tho southern country especially in Texas R D. Gibson of .McKenzie Ala. has been experiment-4 Ing with artichokes and says tbey aro ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 February 1910

"i -.. -v-Tivi'"'W-'"'tJt.ft'.i"iWn.i'-i'--'i"'Wyt.w tiwg. iHiMwiWByWwfwwyftifvw'Vftiif'i" Mojrtteafetirtwi iiiWwiJBiyw"1'1' '(l Jl Utwiw I ' rAGK SIX ri - - . . -. . Jit. j .iti. ..... ..I fa. !:i la" f WISE HINTS BY S. A. KNAPP In tlio Farmers' Cooperative Dcm- well to collect and burn nil ttio squares onstrntion Work great streets I3 lnid thnt drop for at least tlio first month upon a more thorough preparation of after the squares connnenco to frill the soil In the autumn bccntiso in our and It will bo wise to continue this Boulhcrn cllinnte tlio soils do not for a longer period A good many wco- ffeezo sufficiently deop to open them J vlls will thus bo destroyed hnd ndmlt nlr W.o must tliorcforo do! 1'rncllcc to Ho FoIIovtccl. by plowlngjjin the full nhd by sonio; I-ook fpr the boll weevil and other winter cultivation what nature docs m Injurious insects. the colder North I In the richest soils there Is but lit- tle food ready prepared for tlio plant and nature's plan Is that thi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 February 1910

!-H- v- "" an F. PAGE aB VCX ' f "T't"Ty"""'!rFri ' ''$? ". ' "J"! -"V ? v rf5 k. HUE LOSSES IN UNITED SHIES MOUNT TO. AN INCREDIBLE SUM AND CAUSE DEATHS OF MANY. PERSONS 1 ST only tho valuo of property destroyod but also tho cost ol maintaining tiro departments tho amount of insurance premiums paid less the amount return- ed tho cotSt of protective agencies me additional cost of wntor fcuppllos and other elements of the fire loss. The roport gives tho method of gathering tho statistics collected makes an nualy sis of tho flro loss in city and country CONFIDENCE OF HUSTLING TOWN IS YEI FOR ABILENE COLQUITT ITS AVERAGE $1500000 A DAY Investigation Ordered by Government Just Completed Shows nn Aston- tailing Prevailing Condition 4 With Regard to Fires. By Associated Press: WASHINGTON Feb. 7. Firestolen from honven by Prometheus according to.nncient Greek mythology and as a blesBlng brought by him to earth in ft hollow reed after ZeiiB had deprived mankind of it levies upon Americans e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 February 1910

fcV'irwiiiiiiik'iii'wiji' AGE ElOilX V """"' mi ill !. i -.. n.r.i ii . .... .....i..;-...r.):)L.-iv ffi i1 ft I M $?' a I ft r fcj. f ' - . i - u - ' ' "" -- - . dllfiftMAN Fob. G. Messages won) Tho tcbcUo was tmroiy effected In received hero into yesterday nftemobn tlnio. Atl hour after tho Alamo hove from St. Ixiitls announcing tho dentil . In sight and took tho cnptaln nnd crew of Judge David E. Brlant at the Alox-ot thp Kentucky -on board the -wrecked under Brothers' sanitarium nt half .steamer roared her nose high In tho past three o'clock. 'air then plunged beneath tho water. Judge BWaiit was United JBtntes Following tho Alamo which was Judgo from tho Eastern District df first to nrrlvo "at scone revenue cut Texas to which offico ho Was nppoln-jter Ynmnornw sent from tho revenue ted in. 1S90 by President Harrison. Ho cutter service and tho battleship Lou. made his home at Shermnit became Islanh steamed to tho rcljeJL-Q tho very well known throughout tho South . Kentucky. -" '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 February 1910

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY FARM REPORTER VOLUME XXX. AllILENF TEXAS FMDAY FEBRUARY II 1010. NUMHER 2. INSTITUTE IS IN FLOURISH! DOCTOR JEROME DUNCAN HRINGS A FLATTERING BEl'OUT ' OF STAMFORD. PLANNING NEW- DORMITORY New Building to Cost $35000 Necessary In View" of the Constantly Incrcns- 1 In Attendance on the Methodist College From Thursday's Dally: Dr. Jerome Duncan president or Stamford Collegiate InBtltUto who spent yesterday In Abilene In consul- tation with SVA. Barnes presiding eld- er of this district left on yesterday s 4:27 afternoon westbound "passenger for Merkel In the Interests of Dr. Dun- can's school. They returned here to- day and Doctor Duncan will leave for Stamford tonight oyer the Wichita Val- ley. Both gentlemen planned a system- ntlc campaign In the Interest of tho Institute In which tho Central West Texas field will be thoroughly can- vassed for students. ' The institute states Doctor Duncan is in themiost flourishing condition of its 'history. Some three hundred a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 February 1910

jffrTTilliffiflwMiitl ; i ffv- wurntoi l nfct W-"' i.thnl.a i ri a ni i w wC-f wm..'. (iAta M PACK TWO -?.ny.".. .......in - M i i' i ! -- . . i " . w ll HDflDCDC DKDTCn 8 8 I 1 & J. I. C. and P. & O. Planters The most successful Planters and Middle Breakers that have ever been manufactured. They have ample strength for four horses. The J. I. C. No. 1 And P. & 0. No. 12 i Is backed by our unqualified GUARANTEE. We are headquarters for everything that is best in Wagons Vehicles and Implements. Remember the old reliable lines: Mitchell Racine J. I. C Oliver P. & 0. 1 m HT PRICES ON I INCREASE ODAY LHUUIILIU inillLU I EAltLY BUOlTBItS TODAY WBIIL' NOJf MiUSSEl) AT T1IK Mti ADVANCE I ED. S. HUGHES -CO. Abilene Texas MEAT TRUST BEHIND PRICE Is tlic l'opnlnr Verdict of Official of Local Trades Unions Iio io clnro Article of food Is to go Lower. FROM HEIR COIN FT. 110KT1I EM1'L0Y3IKNT" AGENTS lVOltK SKIN OAMB WON EOIIEIGNEIU. I SEARCHED! FOR BY WIDE rnnthcr City Oflkcrs Det...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 February 1910

pt "f & l'AUE THREfc. B jrf&Z?1 Cdttblehe Never Makes Food areasy is so thickly Food cooked with hog lard and coiripouri coated with grease as to give the gastric jiMces little chance to assimilate and digest it. Coitojtene confrffhs no hog fat. It does not coat the food with grease andfood- cooked with is easily digested ) f jprom tne standpoint pi neaitnvn)ere is no jaompanson Hi I WOMAN DEFENDS I.UM E BURGLAR FINDS MRS SCOtiGLNS OX OAK STREET A PEESOX TO BE 1KT AI.ONE between food cooked thlCottoemjKngl food Lard is just hog ax-Coftolefte isi product of Nature. jt ' LiOttoiene maKes ioprynicn any stpmacn can digest and builds up tile tissuesw the body. :ed with lard. COTTOLENE is Guaanteec not pleased after having given Cottolene a fair Never Sold in Bulk i crocer is hereby authorized to refund your money in case you are from catching dust and absorbing dis packed in nails with an air-tieht top to clean fresh and wholesome and prevent it odors such as fish oil etc. SHE TO...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 February 1910

Jff " -'! jA? FOUR 4tT ywnwpij f f Ahitene SemiXVecKly Farm Reporter anr abilkne printing company publishers. Published on Tuesday ntul Friday of each week at 1028 North Second Street Abilene Texas. SUBSCRIPTION KATES t Ono Year . ................. .$1.00 fiix aionths . . . . .GO Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person flrni pr corporation which may appear Jn tho colqmps of Tho Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Hcportof will bo gladly corrected upon Its bolng brought to tho attention of tho firm. letters pertaining to business should 60 addressed to tho paper or some par- ticular department but not to Individ- uals ns In their absence their mall will not be opened. Drafts checks and postoulco or express orders should xo nyd.o payable to tllQ ABILENE. HUNTING COMPANY Application made to have this Publica- tion entered' at tho Postofflco at Abl lone Texas as second class mall matter. 21 BOILER EXPLODED ENGINEER BLOWN FROM SEAT BY FORCE OF THE ESCAPING S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 February 1910

' PAGE it'IYK. I f V S ' Z. T&ews StW Wis MOvrcsf . 811 BUM AN Feb It. Colonel Cecil A Lyon i lender of the Republican par- ty In Texas was today asked who ho would support or recommend ts d buC- ccBSOr to the Into Judgo.D. B. Drlant of Sherman Jis jttdgo of tho Bastorn district of Texas but would make no reply to show which candidate if eith- er ho favqrfl "I have no Blatemoiit to mnko on the' subject" Bald Col. Ly- on ''and perhaps if I had It would havo very llttlp effect In tho out- come" A report from Washington la author- ity for tho statement that President Tnft will not appoint a successor to Bryant until ho has had a conference with Lyon and it is bolloved that Lyon will soon go to the capital to confer With the president. Judge Bryant was a Democrat and it is believed hore that tho president will appoint a Democrat as his successor to the bench. It 1b rumored hero today thnt a third npllcaiion for the office has bedn received at Washington but cannot bo affirmed. Taft ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 February 1910

n T tl'W' r.p?" AGK six - I Urn I A SQUARE -DEAL 9Hf -' mLiXxmmatwffA. (4tmmSLW ijpntitit jnost valuable demulcent. (X$ Is assured you when you buy Dr. Pierce's family medicines for mi ihc ingredients entering into tnem are prmtcu on tne bottle- wrapper? and these arc attested under oath as bcinr? comnletc and correct. You know just what you arc paying for and that tile ingredients arc gathered from Nature's laboratory being selected from the most valuable native medicinal roots found growing in our American forests and while rjotcnt to cure are ncrfcctlv harm less even to tne most delicate women and cniidrcn. ivoz a urop or aiconoi enters into uicMrcom position. A much better aticnt is used both for extracting and nrcservimi dui mcdUn nal principles in them viz7purc tjplc refined glycerine. This agent ipossclrfes in trinsic medicinal properties of sits jmn being antiseptic and antifcrment numritMfw and Glycerine plays an important pnxfcdn Dr. PjaEiTs GoldenJficdical Discovery in th...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 February 1910

PAOE BISYSir ' llf VI III ii r i KflHIIfelHMiHflMhMtHHMNliHfeHrifllBMflMMNRMNHttifWs! 'Jho Kind Tton Ilavo Always Bought and which lias bcon In uso for over SO years lias tiorno tho Blgnntnro of 1 and has hoon mrttlo nnilcr his por- f jSj&Jty-f-J? sonal supervision Binco Its lnfimcy. futf? 4MCA4K ahow no onpfieammywi in this. All Counterfeits Imitations niuk-Jii8t-ns-ffood"ro bufcr Experiments that trtilo Ayjptfaiul endanger tho hcUtUttif iniancs nnu i iiiiiih n mi mi i mm ii ngainss XixncEVionu " WhaUi CASTOR I fanners Mr Koolor Bnld lio htul Bhods iniul houses for nil hid farm ltuplo- nichts nnd when not in uso thoy woro nil in out or uio wonuior i A Iltimiicr Hnfo of Cotton Sells for $111.61. Tho heaviest hulo of cotton for tho lEiOD season was brduglit in last Snt- Urday by II. 11 Manly living on Dead- man 10 niios northeast of Abilene. Tho cotton wns ginned by John Axo nt llntnby weighed $11 pounds and sold nt ia.7G. $1.75" tm i i i Castorla is a goriu Drops contains no sub...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 February 1910

1 rtrpx. M1P rr if If i ir- l rAoi: eight I-..: 'xstrnfr s y ' I I Di Uill r.J u u jr H11IU1TC liflP J 1 1 !. Th WOll anaKaUUlt UnVe ' ' Tn Hn nni I. ill. P...I..M Mir uiioa Jforlli -of Abilene Saturday Morning. From Thursday's Dally: t. llnv toltn llvita ulv tiitlnn rwiMt lut V . t ' i . " .-rlBKs.ftt the Instnnco of tbo Insurance .I'0"?"8 J" cnusilny 1illd companies It was shown that the In. uthoihcd The I opo.tcr to announce d m b property Ja.r & Vh? K J""111 .would not b0 over GO per cent The ln- wol drive held In hkco.nmu.Hy next c0mpftnlc8 lkfomlc(I tl)8 . Saturday. Ihi urges everyone In AbU . d t horetoforo enP and for that natter Taylor coun d . y who would like to enjoy one .lay of ' ' p t w u nn h great Bpo. to meet himself and neigh- fi0.p;rcont lncrcn8p whI(.h tho VTCe. Si aIT f'S8?.01 ? Abl"t Bchidulo brings about has produc one and Anson road Saturday mom- C(l fln n(iustmcnt moro eqUltablo thim. ng o t nipe o clock. AH are .oquestod fomcrlobtnlno(1. It was brought ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 February 1910

t -" -5' n J f y s ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY FARM REPORTER YOLUMEXX.V. JBILENE TEXAS TUESDAY FEBRUARY IB 1010. number no. r t iiw 1 j' 1 1 mwwiT wwaw . B IS TUG BOAT NINA STILL MISSING STILL ON STAND &- A . "? t- v IF CITIZENS WtfULD FOLLOW YALE EXAMFLE.SUCCESS WOULD SURELY COME. CROSS EXAMINATION TODAY IX BELIEVED VESSEL AND ALL HANDS ON BOARD ARE NOW LOST HEARING BALLINGER-PIN. OHOT CONTROVERSY s;t$vvT!;Mf $f"f WHY NOT BUILD A SCHOOL HERE? LOUS GLAVIS g-giO-UJ"0 PLAN OF Abilene Association Outlines Methods "Whereby at Little Cost a Bcautl- 11I Building Could Soon lie Erected In this City. Prom Monday's Daily: the great Yalo college that has done so much to aid In the high scholarly standing of our American gentlemen was started by each deacon of the church bringing Just ono book. Each deaconas ho solemnly laid his book down said "I do this to estab- lish the college." The ladies of thq Kiitdo:ga"rten Asso- ciation recalling th:s bit of hlstoiy de- cided to tnako this proposition to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 February 1910

-frtMriaatettWMMiw mtm0mmmmmmi0mmimmp' itmlf - -- i - rr1"1 '-' Jrfrfii ii ii ! flni itmjf fityi-r rif i-i-r -r-rirry i.ti.n. -twl tt jr .. . .-.- i.r tvn-j .crttnrf if- Afmmm1mmihf'mtoitol V . w that two A ' h frM"l M If I H Ml 1 H It. I! TRUXTON KING l Story lof ...iGraustarK. By GEORGE BARR MCLTCrlEON Copyritfht. 1907 by Gcoute Dm McCulcheon Copyrldhl. 1909 by Ootid. Hud & Company g'l It lit frM"H" CHAPTER IV. tuvxton ikfhpasscs THERE Avas a sparklo in King's eyes as bo struck out across town after breakfast tbo next morning. no burst In upon' jpr. iiobbs at Cook's. "Say Hobbs. bow about the castle todaylu an hour sny? Can you take -a party of one rubbernecking this mornbig? 1 want you to get me Into the castlo grounds today and sbOw mo "Where the duchesses duwdle and tho countesses cavort" "Of course sir. you understand there -are certain parts of tho park not open to tho public. The grotto and the play- .grounds and tho Basin of Venus" "I'll not trespass so don't fldgeU Hob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 February 1910

i'Aiir. iitkil . Vl "JIB MEANS EVIE TO FMNCE nOBIN?" "Of c6upjo you vll uhdcrstahd how Impossible it Is for tile to coniq hero coutitcs. Your fathor tho duke doca not mtneo matters and I'm not quite a fool." "It is of the priuco that t want to epenk Mr. Tunis." Bhe said. "I do wnnt to talk very seriously with you concerning his futuro I might say bis immediate futuro." IIo looked .at her narrowly. "Aro you quite Borious?" "Quito. I could not liaro asked you to come to this houso for anything trivial. Wo have becomo very good friends you ( and I. Too good per- haps for t'vb no doubt there aro old tabbies in Edelweiss who aro provoked to criticism. You know what I mean." "Tho prliico is a sturdy littlo beg- gar' ho began but slio lifted her hand in protest "And bo has sturdy loyni friends. That is ngrccd. And yet" Sho paus- ed a perplexed lino coming between her expressive eyes. John Tullls opened his own eyes very wide. "You don't mean to say that bo Is ho is In peril of any sort?" S...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 February 1910

riV9naffiiintmpnvifRP'vmfWffiPnYwpr"vwviHvm(! '-' . ... L.tt. .J..- -J. .... ... -...U-' - tMMjik.i.l' j.if .l..- ...-I. - ...... --- f - - -' J-'-'- ' "I I till Hi tl isctwjsp' 'J f wJMt - i s.i.-jf -.. .. piMiKi-ffcfi4. I 1..I-- i vv...' i" i''JiV . m'4 l i TAK FOUJt - .:&&x&m&ta(. :! I'i I LOVE AND FLOWERS. f "3n Advice Dlioernlng Woman Qv Unlo Her Daughter. "My daughter wouldst thou know a mng Wcrct? Go to the florist then 0 simple ono for In him ovory man wpoaeth hla confidence Tea by the flowers which ho Bcndcth a -woman shnll yo judgo tho quality eC a mnn's lovo llkowiso tho quantity sd exact Btngc. As violets linos unto roses and roses jnto cheap carnations and carnations mto naught so passeth his grand pas- sgm fi from the first throes Into matrl- I nt tho beginning of a lovo affair jwirk with what caro n man Belcctctb. Mfl flowers in person that not a wilted Tlolct shall offend thine eyest Tet as time passeth ho telcphoneth 'Jets orders and lcavoth it all t...

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