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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 January 1911

. - ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORT rtv VOLUME XXXI JUUIiEKE TEXAS FRIDAY JAMJARr 27 1911 MTCKKK JC if"' ER f . f COHIITEES HOLD MORNING SESSION OPPORTUNITY SEIZED TO WADE TMtOUGII A VAST JKAZE OF LEGISLATION. MANY BILLS DISPOSED OF Favorable Reports Returned ou Max- well Duplicate Fees' BoRcr In spcctlon Dills; Unfavorable on tbo Terrell Bill. Special to Tho Reporter: AUSTIN" Jan. 2C At a meeting of tho House Committee on Judiciary to- day a favorable report was made on tho Maxwell bill establisblng"tho per- sonal property rights of women who engage In morcantlle business as well as on tho bill preventing duplicate fil- ing of fees when cases arc transferred from one appellate court to another. Unfavorable Iteport Returned An unfavorable report was returned on the Terrell bill prohibiting mem- bers of tho Legislature and other pub- He officer from receiving gilts as employment from railroads and other corporations. There will be a minori- ty report to this bill favoringJts pas- sage. Pu...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 January 1911

mi'ffm'tvHtmiiMiniiutmvimmmmwmmtMl! Pa1 TW '' '"i . M .i. m - JUULENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER SUBSCKITTION KATES J .$1.00 erroneous reflection upon mo characterBtanUlng or 4pUUon of any person firm or corporation which may VPr In tho columns of Tho Reporter will bo gladly cor- wtd upon Its being brought trt tho attention Of tho firm. fetters pertaining to business should ue addressed to tho THE lVOllLD MAY BE PUE 0U A LIVING BUT But what? You have' n bod dobt unless you go out and collect it. Perhaps ybu figure that you havo a harder time thnn somo other fellow and that if you had Bomo ono to advise you and get you Btnrtod you would becomo a great success the fact remains If you hnvo the real elements of success In 'you your ability to succeed will be recognized. Success 1b a thing that Uos within tho person who succeeds and though many are tho obstacles . over tiicirf nil real ability will climb and If you possess real ability then nil that Is needed Is well directed energy.' Tho Chic...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 January 1911

r fAtft V 9 w CUM GOES BACK 10 SENATE JOINT HOUSES OF LEGISLATURE FORMALLY DECLARE SENIOR SENAT.OR REELECTED. DELIVERS NOTABLE ADDRESS Reviews Successes of Party SIuco Overthrow of Cannon Predicts Coufol of Gallon Politic For Democracy; AUSTIN Jan. 25 At noon today tho Scuato and House of the Texas Legis- lature met in joint scbsIoii and 'formal- ly declared Charles A. Culberson elect cd United States Senator for six years. It Is Culberson's third term. Culberson's Address. Senator Culberson In apcoptlng the honor conferred on him by his con- stituency through the Legislature de- livered a brief addross. In comment- ing on the opportunities bow within the grasp of tho Democratic party he said: f ' "The country now looks for com- plete deliverance from Republican mis rulo and mlsgovernhient. Tho Demo- cratic victory came because tho party Insisted on the people taking a larger and more direct share In public af- fairs. In that contest the New Na- tionalism strangled Itlile propositio...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 January 1911

. rn k Ic k - i 3 1 i. i i i j .i !. i i.i . i i n Proceedings in Higher Courts at Austin Supremo Cohrt AUSTIN Texas Jan. 25 The follow- ing proceedings "wero had In tho bu- preae court today: Reversed and Remanded Patton- Weraham Drug Co. vb. A. 0. -Drcnhon Bexar county; C L. Miller et nl. vs. Dallas Con. Elec. St. Ry. Co. Dallas. Affirmed Western Union Telegraph Co. vs. T. C. Douglass Johnson. Certified Questions Answered II. & T. C. R. It. vs. G. W Haborlln Travis. Applications Refused Texas Cen- tral R. R vs. Hutchinson Hamilton; "Wlrte-VB. 0. H. & S. A. Ry Colorado; Hashing ct til. vs. Lanier et al Trinity ; Jtaall'et al. vs. Rush Delta; Walker ct al.. vs Shepperd et al. Gregg; Old River Rico Irrlg. Co. vs. Stuhbs Cham- ners; Ralls et al. vsParrlsh et al. Crosby. Application dismissed for want of Jurisdiction Melde ct al. vs. Mcldo et al XG. Motions for Rehearing Ovorruled Caples ts. Port "Huron E. & T Co. El Paso; Porf Huron E. & T. Co. vs. Mc- XSrcgor ct al. M...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 January 1911

rAftl mt v i ik V ' CIVIL SERVICE TESTS FOR GOVERNMENT JOBS Examinations Will lie Held In AM- icne Fell. J ithd Feb 8. In l'ostofflcc. .' y (WEDNESDAY) On February 4 a civil service cxam- naftlojj will bo held In Uie lbcah post- office by Miss Zora Shackelford Secre- tary of the local board of Civil Service Examiners. There will bo a first grade examination for clerical positions in the customs immigration revenue mint assay and other branches of gov- ernment service; n second grade for clerk carriers and n third grade fof janitor watchman and laborer. Another Examination Februrny 8. On February 8 an "examination will bo hold In thepostoffico building for Immigration .Inspectors and border ri- ders Or mounted men to patrol the Texas- Mexico frontier to prevent smuggling ' Miss Shackelford will-be In charge of this examination also. (THURSDAY) N. FIRST STREET ALMOST COMPLETED FOR TRAFFIC Street Pnvjiig Force Getting Along llapldl) With Their Work; Fine Street 'cxt. Jobs -wo -have had...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 January 1911

oc&"Kws TENNESSEE ATTORNEY IS ELATED OVER GLAD NEWS Election of IiuUs l.in 1" the ynltcd States Si'intc TrNwi.b J'or Slnion-Fiirj l)iiiinir.ict Tr R. Suggs Esq. of. Nashville Tenn. general ni-1. v. to .moo l. -us- tendont of the Southwestern Tolcferapn vlllo & Nashvll?'i nltwy was oh.r.i.g & Telephone Company with hcal- tho buBlpess 'loHorB In All!rii yestor quarters nt Fort Worth wns In Abl- day Mr. 3ngg3 nrrlvwl out the To- leuo yesterday going over the accountfl as & Pacific at noi fr 'in Mie wEt jn ti10 iocai Onico and before return- and left over tin Wichita Vulliy In jng to ti0 patitlior City will visit rural tho evening for Amarlllo and othor)fxchnge8 rolVgjoul central West Panhandle points. Texas finds Much to Rejoice At. J Mr. Henderson Is a frequent visitor Mr. Suggs .found much to bo pleased to Abilene. Ho has been coming hero with In tho report published In this for a number of years and when tho paper that Luke Lea publisher of tho Southwestern Company m...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 January 1911

t V; fr u y j ' Viruj ?A6E iETXlf tl mo J ! It w . VJW&myB VAIIAGRAVIIS. w w Ticked Up nud Tut In Print by a W B Kcportcr Pencil l'uslicr a a . -u a. e. Tayior out oh routo i rayB he's got his land In good shape for tho coming crop. John Morrlsett and D. E. Thornton report tho faco of Mother Earth being turned tdpsoy-tilrvey hi Landham school house district. H. B. Cook of Dowey In tho south part of tho county came over ' ucsday and remained" until Thursday on bus- iness land visiting his daughter Mrs. Ed Harris. Tho worlt being done on tho streets of Ablleno Is not) only a show for rural visitors but hundreds of town people stand for hours watching tho big steam rollers and other machinery at work. C M. Butchee made big money last year in tho hog business and about all the feed they had was the slop and wasto from the railroad camps at Buf- falo Gap. It's an old but true saying Where there's a wilj there's a wuy" 'Judge J. K Fuller of Iberis was a business visitor t the Gap one ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 27 January 1911

PA8K WflHT .. i u s S&e Whltt .Goods Bale Continues this week. THK PRICKS AT WHICH WINTER GOODS ARE OFFERU KEF n.S MADE IN THIS SECTION AND "WITH THE si'iwiuoii qrALiTv or MERCHANDISE offered cannot fa 18 RESERVED; A COMPLETE CLEARANCE OF WOMEN'S AM) M NTE11EST OF EVEHV ECONOMICAL SHOPPER. NOTHING HOYS' CLOTHING UNDERWEAR ETC. r ' a - pr T&iftximfVXs YVvnn LSV UlSKjWpn.'KIFICJB SUCH AS II II I MUM Ml HI I'WSCrUE HIE ATTENTIIUMMIT I wfE N'S Jfi'K KEI JtJ0llFXft i9-t r- I i-" K it ' f FINE IN FALL AROUND THE GAP CORRESPONDENT AT BUFFALO OAF SENDS IN NEWSY BUDGET FROM NEARIIY TOWN MARAUDING BANDS AT WORK farmers Victimized of Feed Officers Have no Traces of L'ilfcrcrs; Old Loghouso Destroyed by Ulnzc Monday. Htinffal tn Thn Rfinnrtpr. BUFFALO GAP Jan. 23-Rafn has awakened and gave chase but was un- inn ffliiin n the r.hn nnvnrni hnr able to apprehend them. Rev. Cagleg continuing over from Sunday night In intermittent showers. A dandy show' or fell Monday afternoon. This coun' t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 January 1911

.." ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY . - i YOLUME SXXl IT AUlhVKt TEXAS TUESDAY JAXUAKf 81 1911. 1 ' X WwWriK JsVb tV REPORTER PROS WALLOPED BY PS IN SENATE PERKINS AND CARTER BOLT AMD HELP PASS FOWEIt HACK TO THE CHAIR. WORST DEFEAT OF SESSION Pros Lost Eicrjthlug Gained During First Two Weeks'; Perkins Said Pro Caucus Tried to "Dog" -Committee Pcrsonnol. Special to The Reporter AUSTIN. Jan. 30. It waa predicted this morning that a decided fight would he .made In the House this at tornoon on the SonatocUy election blfloffcred by McNealus ot DallnB. Ac- cording to tiho author of the measure it provides for partisan elections and will affect all cities except Austin whore partisan elections are prohibi- ted by the clty'B charter BUI Pttscsd by Seuatc. . -The Scnafc was strongly In favor of the McNealus bill. It passed the up- per liouse by the overwhelming vote of thirty to three. ' ' SENSATION IN SENATE. Upper House Votes to Rescind-Rules Passed by Fros;GiTcs Potter to Lieut. Got. Again. BviAsso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 January 1911

"T"' Btqwfii "f'vir MB T'Wt -'... t '.a rr- HP : : 'T"; -v AHLENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER DAT1D GRAlUJt 1'JUILLIPS. SjUBSCKIPXION RATES 1 'V" x: .tut erroneous reflection Upon the" characterBtandlng or 9Utlon ot any person firm or' corporation which mar : in tuo columns 01 tug neporicr wiipo giauiy cor upon its being brought to the attention of the fir'm. betters pertaining to business snould be addressed to the s9er or gome particular department and not to lndlvld- Mli m lA their absence their mall will not bo opened cafts.checks and postofflco and express order? Bhould bo 3m4 payable to tko ABILENE PRINT1NQ COMPANY. JhMMcriDers falling to receive tnclr papa regularly will atcr a favor upon the management by reporting same to Ifce business office All papors should be delivered by H:M each afternoon and U delivery is not maao by 7:00 attack p. m. report samo to the business office.' HELEMpSESt ftMtaesa and Circulation S. W. 6-7j Itoberts G-7One Ring ' Editorial Ofllcei Roberta' ljjl. 1...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 January 1911

. - vr -sv v I rim " 'BaaW M SENATOR BRYAN'S BILL Favoripg Establishment: of State Nor- mal College at Abilene A BILL TO BI3 ENTITLED AN ACT to establish tho Abilene Stato Normal Collego; providing thai Uio stato board or Education shall con- trol tho same; providing for a local board resident In Abilene or Taylor Couily Texas tiding tho tlmo for tho oponlng of said normal college; mak- ing an appropriation for tho estab .llshmcnt of said collego; making an appropriation to pay tbo salary or tho Resident of said normal collego for the ye&r ending August fy 1912 and to pay the salaries of the presi- dent and others employed in or by sjfld collego during tho year begin- ning September 1 19ld; providing for tho manner. In which students shall bo appointed to Bald normal college providing for a meeting of tho Sfate Board of Education for the purpose of establishing departments in said nor- mal college. BE IT ENACTED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE OP THE STATE 01? TEXAS. Section 1. That a ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 January 1911

v- - f!W fUl K 35 t. A . f" SrWYlNG 'Iff ITALY. w fcrirtf Must Hv OmI CreaaV cut hw n This Victim. Italy may bo Mm In nil of the lira but It is not the home of the shuve. The barber there are generally rp- mtdif.A from tho'rankH of the butchers ar 'iae medical students They must a abld to Btarid tho sight of blood. : la the curly days of uiodlclno pay JMcians filled In barberu to do their Weeding for them. Ia Ifaly a physician now does bin wh bjeedlng--if ho visits a barber hep first ' Everything la done In nn orderly wanner In tho Latin "kingdom. "The man who yearns to open n tonsorta'l aarlor Appears before ihtf municipality to request his license. No lnluenh is required lie docs uot have to have a FIL No Jrf5 cultivates that Inter. "Aro you quallfled?" demand the city fathers. ' v "eigilorl.". responds the applicant re- oafhfully "does not my father own Ijorgo and hnve I not curried ft 'every Sunday? Besides. I have worked ia tuo stockyards y-Dcne." reply the Ilcenso elvers. "xot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 January 1911

rAW Tim I ! !!! "'""Illlll IIBI.II iWHllllllll .II I 11m . f M. . t. w r Bravery In Battla of the Famous .Author of "Don QuIJotd." An incident of the buttle of Lepun tOt which broke the power of the Turks In Kurope ban itn Inton'xt tor' students of literature. "In the Mur qucsn gnlleyH we quote from Com tnandcr Currcy's "Sea Wolves tn the Mcdlterrnneaii"-"wus lying In hit bed -sick of a fever u young uiltti twenty-four years of nge. a Spaniard of Alcnln do tl entires the eon of Jinn orablc parents wo are told although these parents wero poor. When thl youilg man henrd that n battle wan Intnilhctit be rose from his Ixxl and demanded of his captain. Frnhclst'o Snn Pedro that he sh6uld be placed In the post of greatest danger. The captain nnd others bis friends eoun seled4hlm to remain In his bed. 'Scnores replied tin? young innn. 'what would bo mild of Miguel do Cervantes should ho take this advice 5 On evct; occasion up to thld day on which hWcnemles have offered battle to his majest...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 January 1911

")' Ifjjj-ii'lliiMijl (jailj)i'Mi'y fm i'ii'Ki.'I'H nniiinmijt .nm.niwji WuB .. n ' I t'jftJ WIKj1 -.... ' ' '. '-rr . 1 i " 1. ; ' . " ROJkO WQRK;iHAS BtGUK Thirty teams on job Jadgo Blcftese Organizes forces Fer Systematic labor; How Heads aro 3fade; "Work on improving rural roadways In Commissioners Precinct No. 1 Is on In full swing. Contractor Kellof of Dalas who Is Vie general foreman ' haB thirty teamB at work cording rock ' ' for tho rock crushed and will add flf- teen moro Monday. Beforo tho wctic is out. declared a prominent county . .. n-i-l- x.k- M. 1.. representative saiuruny muro wnj no enough work In slglit to accommodate as many men with thir teamB that J Lj caro to work. new the K4s Are Maie. t County Judge Bledsoe gave Tho Ro. ' nd gravel roads-nro I.U. One third or tho roadB aro to bult u rock ad lwd iflirun oi uruvui. iuib la uuu lu ..j -t tm.i. i- tho fact that nractlcally all tho Btono porter an interesting interview satur- mo soma 8iuu oi u iw rinv in wMoh ht ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 January 1911

V . I y. ' s . i ' S I '. A8E MTI HOUSE RESTING ' SENATE AT WORK TERRELL INTRODUCES BILL TO BUILD TRUNK LINE RURAL ROADWAYS IN STATE. BAILEY ISSUE BROUGHT UP Resolution .to Imlto Junior Senator to Address State Legislature is Warmly Debated; Bryan is Also Invited.' AUSTIN Jan. 58. Tho' house was not In session today having adjourned until Monday. Tho commltteo on con- stitutional amendments reported un- favorably tho Martin and Murray joint resolution proposing an amend- ment fixing the salaries of legislators at $1000 Former governor Bayers spoke today In favor of tho civil servlco bill be- 'foro tho cOminltteo tm state affairs but no conclusion was reached. Telegram from Haskell. Speaker Rayburn received a tele- gram from ex-Governor Haskell of Oklahdma his morning accepting an invitation to address tho house. He wll speak Monday February 6 at 8 o'clock In tho evening. Trunk Lines. Senator Terrel of McLennan county' introduced a bill today providing for a series of state trunk lin...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 January 1911

wA:L A v r i - 1 1 "r-r "tg H l in-. '-in in Hi"' ' h--t'. ' 'I M 1 1 ' ' "aiJMK! ' I' J r ill i f--i -t- - t frtd" KroSwVMjTtnfAtwg fceptcd stylo models for spring and summer 1911. Tho latest styles arc Now models lu all leathers for nil occasions and for every mcinbor of tho Rid let Us show you the now models for spring. pi I r -F -. T JPrc arj nowJAiowimyflacl VI Jjnnbodled In ! BhaflK f family. CoU - - - - - - L . r V fr- - H Ei IMTIAIi SERVICES WEKE HEM) UffFIItST BAPTIST CHUKCH THROUGHOUT THE DAY. i DR. B. H. MOLL SPEAKER Addressed Morning Sight and After- uses and Night CoiigrtgatloHSj t ScrrlccS Ih Hhhiohs Chapel Today $ Program (MONDAY) The first service of the Simmons College Blblo Institute was held at the First Baptist church Sunday morn- ing at eleven 'o'clock. D.r. B. H. Car- roll President of the Southwestern Baptist Theojoglcal Seminary of Port Worth dellveYed the opening lecture. A large congregation was present.' Dr. C. 0. Coleman pastorof the church announced the ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 February 1911

?- In i-MJLiJf- 'O KBILENE REPORTER K Lm B ft A'l H Ibb H U Bi aii LH . H A r WEEKLY OLYII k k 4 tft. 'J I r VOLUMK XXXI UNDRY CHAH6ES HOta LOBBYING SENSATION CREATED IN TEXAS LEGISLATURE CORRIDORS ABB CLEARED. IS COCA COL INJURIOUS? Majority of Public Health Committee Oppose Sale of BeTcrugo at Soda Fountains;' Submission Made Special Order. By Associated PreaB: AUSTIN Feb.. 2. Tho Senate waB not in session this morning and will not reconvene until Saturday when a number of prominent bills 'Will como up for consideration by tho uppor houBc of the Teyts Legislature. The House after convening this morning took u$ tho University land bill. Tho discussion was tame. Tho Jlouso Committee reported ad- versely the bill authorizing tho coun- cils of cities of more J.hnn two thous- and people to regulate telephone com- panies. Tho Committee reported fav- orably tho bill granting a now char- ter to the city of Denison with the vlQw-of governing bond elections. Opposed to Coca Cola. A majority...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 February 1911

1 ' V VASE TWO MBLENE SEW-WEEKLY REPORTER SUBSCRIPTION KATIB: m jrw ... fl.M mk eiLMBe eeeeeeeeeeveeeeee-eeeefteeeeeeeeeeeteee ff SUBIOXll?T10ft RATES J O Month (In advance) ------ $0.50 Three Months (In advance) --.-... 1.35 Moatba (in advance) - - - n - - 2.70 Yr (In advanco) ------- 500 erroneous reflection upon tho characterstandlng or TsvsHiUtlon of nny porson firm of corporation which may Wisur la the columns of Tho Rejtortof will bo gladly cor- WBtti wpon Its boing brought to the attention of the firm. -t letters pertaining to business snould be addressed to tno - 9r. or Borne particular department and not to Individ- ".. ! m In their absenco their mall will not bo oponod. . IVafts.checkB and postofflce and express orders should bo . -- (MVAhln in itn ATXU.V'KtV. PTJTNTTNri rm.tTAtaV lfc' ' ww """" wtuticnDers railing to receive their paper regularly will 'mfer a favor Upon the management by reporting Bamo .. the business office. All papers should be delivered by 4:lj0 each a...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 February 1911

rAtnt rnwtw EIGHTY SIE TEAMS AT ' WORK OH GOOD ROUS DON'T BLAME ROOSEVELT ADVICE OF COL LOHIMER ;InliJal Work Has Begun oh Tko J. F Colorado Insurance Xhh Says Oyster Bar Editor Did Not Cattsc G. 0. rfl DofmfnlL iiHHHj iiBCU cimnniu v K9 IS XflKcR HP. ARE j BANKSl J 1 X. 1 xJ I IB ' in (THURSDAY.) f . V ' ';"' r A- L: '.': Rii!.- .2. . . J ' '' X: ' kv H - a :. r P- (THURSDAY) Whllo the work ot paving goes on In the business district of Ablleno tho building of Improved rural roadways In Commissioners Precinct No. 1 Is well under way. Judge Dledsoo and tho county com missioners havo organized their forces. mapped out tho Initial campaign and havo settled down to a year and per- haps a year and a half of systematic unremitting work. One hundred and fifty thousand dollars Is a Jolly big wad Of money and will build many a mllo of rock and gravel road. 86 Teams at Work Already eighty six toams are at work on tho J. P. Handy place east of tho" city on tho bank of Lytic lake. Part are haul...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 February 1911

l roc ..4 to. R. If s - MCmtm Mu I0RTRMT 6IVEK ' 10 THE COLLEGE 4. XIFK SIZE OIL PAINTlXd OF CGL. J. M. PAKRAMORE 1KE3- EXXED LAST NIGHT. M. WILLIAMSON SPOKE A6MN r r A. Ilto Jt'aalor Dclhcrcd am AftCrcss - "Christian EdHCtIHwfln(l Made a Stirring ArgwmcHl for Christian Colleges Di (THURSDAY.) The program for laBt night's scrvlco C the BIblo Institute in tho First Baptist church wbb turned over to tho talents of Simmons college Sovcrnl lutadrrd of tho slitidont body ex-stu-imvAi and alumni attended tho ser- vice. Tho collogo contingent were -.Mated on the right sldo of tho audlto- rfcim. Tho left side and galleries Were rsgerved for visitors. The general ah tendance was estimated ut from twelve to fourteen hundred. The church was appropi lately dec orated for the occasion. Pennants of tbe college and the literary societies abbs over the pulpIU Tho Parranforo fainting In tho rear of the pulpit was draped In the yellow and gold. Music Traa furnished by the college gleo club of twenty-...

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