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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 March 1910

tfAtiK ttVK BURIED HIS OPPONENT. "ftuntt" Cox Pronounced thp Eulogy and yVroia the Epitaph. Adlal MtevVnsnti lu his reminiscences tolls some wiitfe of flu winy New York congressman. "Sunset" Cox Our relates now Cox got even with a new member who tried to crush him. and another gives Cox's rctori to Santut'l 3. Tildeu's effort to wu the dwJ lu tho Wool itepubllcan stuto of Vermont to 1870. A tiew member from a sparsely net- tled district entered the bouse. Ul avoirdupois was lu keeping with the vast territorial area he represented. As a wit be was without a rival In Ills section The admiration of bis cou stltueuta over the marvelous attain ments of the new member scarcely exceeded hi own. Only tho opportu nlty was wanting when tho star of th gentleman from Now York should go do wd and his own be In the ascendant The opportunity nt length came fa tho great spewB made by the new member Mr. Cox was the victim of the hour the recipient of many compll meuts much more fervid than kind The ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 March 1910

) H K BIG LAND DEALS (tint a locnl mhit ttro victims this weak. There lrt no kissing bug in tho city thnt Jcoilc have heard of. Painters iilH week nru ongaged on fir niimi ll Oil! tli0 T- w McCorinick reVhlonde one llr nllrrfll II llflr olorKBOuthaflhdstpmro.onthpBnl Ul UUI I HLU Unl linger road putting on n com of red which nddH much to tho appearance ' of the place mid the surroundings PRESIIYTERIAN PARSONAGE SOLD Mr. S I JecIy the farmers friend OTHER OFFERS MADE FOR .nntl IrnctlcnI-joko writer 6n Tho Ro- l'ROPERTY AT GAP. ' l)0tl!r stuff was In tho city WedncB- day In nil nuto lie stopped long enough to talk to a few of his friends and speak about the paper leaving soon for OvnlOi Rev. Wood will officiate at tho Presbyterian church tomorrow for tho i Protestant .Methodists while Mrs. ILL. tho Holiness pul- ENTER. "BUFFALO GAZETTE" first Issne of New Paper Will Do Oroowlll utiiinlv Published April 1 Citizens of nt I Buffalo (.'up on The Alert for It. D. II. Davis mnnnger of the B...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 March 1910

.tlF. SRVWt Judge THanton Final Reply District Judge 4-2nd Judicial District Ansbvers Hon Thos. A. Dteflsoe ind She Commissioners Court Aiintin Tnnn Mnrch 20th 19l6. Abilene 16X08 ftinrcu "" " To Iho Honorablo County Juugo ana .. nmionInrmrfl of Tnvlor vuuuv; vi"w-""' - i County: Gentlemen: It Is usually customary to give to .. . the one who opens an argument me "'' .""" ' "-" losing rejoinder. I would not avail Mltutes the furniture In the Jury sleep- lllUBMib iBjiii lino mlim nf flirt rnrtr rtntn nf tila writ. myself of th b right however uut ior ".y BV L( i- .J... nSnirnHnn of March m you deny the existence' of certain facts and intimate tuat me "" . u . f u . condlt ons alleged to exist with regard stead of building the Jury house you t the cu.rt house aud furniture haa.c-'" have carried out every single tacit txa-corated You argue that tno' lecommendotlon mado by the grand prese a eSmSnt : to Slclent for; Ju.y. all of which have up to this time present needs and that you have n...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 March 1910

f ' .V Stele 3ly& &uar&we&& Quav Easter at First M. E. Chtirch A Splendid MudIno to H&ar Pastor Fort- Muslo by the Choir Splendid !(JITY TICKET OFFICES T0 Kattawa3ao(?(aottj 'wii)Mx.w rfff' mP&mi.&jf&2k ::vCf ... ' .. ' 1 ' I RmW''ffit ir"' f till !w JPm " I wMVfMkAS M. s Mt ;. ifcx.i'-Mr :.i?j. -.. ? ..zfBv---- r lilillK t&mSm Jr f Af 0 1 t"I JlwiSPKnEi. stands ro yea:!-" WjfW:lii0lfi9tmii &fi " 'rf' K j tMM & i m i: VRiiiii' mr-&.AS'r-:fn . Xr ' JT ' I1 JJcJHi'SEiCTKir'" ' " "" -' j4r I JKSaB?wpj . if' Jr liiSI -if I &lll M Ifa i W 1 Sunday wob a gala dny (or mnny of tho clnlrchftB In Abilene. Among thoso observing the glnd Knstcrtlde It Is cortatn thera was not a moro joyful or hppropriate scrvloo than that ot tho First M. 13. church. Tho church was niost henutlfully decorated with ferns roses Miles nnil flowers of various Icings brought by loving hniuls to do honor to their risen Lord In His earthly suitctunry. Tho choir wa...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 5 April 1910

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER - i . -f. ABILENE. TEXAS TUESDAY APRIL f P)J0. j VOLUME XXX. numiihu si I CASE OF JIM NEIL GIVEN TO JURY AFTER INTERESTING DAY SESSION OLD SOLDIERS HELD SESSION 10 TEXAS CITIES w m a w l& 1k mn- 'W f ALSO ONE NEVADA HANK ENTERED 111- RARING MASKED MARAUDERS STATE BUNKS ARE SUFFERERS Ookwoods Texas Slunrt Oklnhomn ig and Randolph Nevada Wanks En- icrcu Jiouucrp hi iinu"iin Bonnd and Gagged Officer. Special to the Reporter: PALESTINE Apr.. 4 The state bank at Ookwoods Leon county about twen-ty-flVo miles southwest of hero on the International & Great Northern rail- road was robbed of five thousand dol- lars In cash at an early hour this morning by three yeggmen who blew open fhesafo with nitro-glycerino. The men broke -Into the section house af-. ter committing the robbery took three rain coats.'and were then Been to walk rapidly down the railroad tracks. A posso of officers Is today hunting them Stnart Dank Robbery. McALISTER Okla. April 4 Bu...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 5 April 1910

. ..V'""- 1. '' c --. -w t up ii iiiiaii ii m.- tutr'-t- -t-.jtiA. - 4.-JMb.'. 'I itidLtiiiitLrttl";ij4teiiUw('ti. 4 :i M 0 1 .1 H!: j. 'Jpam two lit"1 . ' TIGER AGQU1HED BY JURY VERDIG AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK anrom Saturday's Daily: I face several shot Inrgor than bird shot At rllv nlnvpn n'olndc tlit tnnrnJnnd smnller than buck shot having en- J the Jury In the Tlccr caso returned a verdict of not guilty and tho dofond- Ht was dismissed. At ten thirty tho jurymen reached an agreement and sent for Judgo Blanton. A he entered the court room ho was Hallowed by a largo crowd who had fceea waiting in tho court yard for tho -verdict Tho defendant wan brought ia to court and tho jury filed in. Throughout tho proceedings the de- 3mdnt C. Tlccr appeared very com- JpOSCu "Gentlemen of tho jury havo you reached a verdict?" asked tho court. "We have" replied W. McCullough dtoreraan. Tho verdict was handed to tho Judge -who after reading It passed It to dis- trict Clerk Young who read "Wo the ry fin...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 5 April 1910

. VfotJ? r 1 $&--. ''' 1 '?" ". 4'.' J;-: USL.". r rot !? M- ' tv "r-it :x J b: f ws k. i fe . IK- t ll ' '."'T'Waa Meats" answered the witness without . hesitation. Q. Oil Apfll 15 about the edge of Taylor cotlnty did you not say these word to W F. McBridol "Ybli tell Jees Johnson - Ida sou) it he tvanta to acts 'her (Eula Johnson) ho can come here. 1 have the ropea oa him and will handle him like I wflnt lot" - "fc A. Emphatically I did not. ' CJ. Did you say to Jess Johnson at ': the Davldaon ranch In March or ; April 'ii)08t "Jess what do you mean? 'fought to take my knife atld c4 your '' r throat. Eula- If ' yoit. go with. Jcsb y6u will never darken my doors again " A. There 1b no truth In tho state ment. ' Q .In August 1908 in Abllono near '' Mlhters store did you say to McBrldof .in.. ... 1.n... -.1.a. IriDo ' Tili d ati fa? UU UU """" "" . " I ought to havo shot' his bratnB out and will do bo yet?" A I did not These and other alleged conversa- tlons. tending to prove tho...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 5 April 1910

r ty . .r-lfytlijttl &! fa Znbmnh'klmk' -ytV i. JIS? gaBtifWtlSffiW tf jtflWWtJlIMllWt'')WtilftLWJt'l tfUtMm'W tllM ff .aW' WHW-W jUMJUifUjLlMjlimiHiM U(tf Mill M ikhmii V hi E TO RAILROADERS aWtMBIl RAILWAY CONDUCTOR A .MEMBER OF IJtTEItSTATB COST. COMMISSION. UOWTH OF BROTHERHOODS Cm lie Attributed Holel) to Unit)' and Cooperation SnjS Clark Before Gathering of ItnllroHd Men at' Worcester Mastf. By Associated Press. WORCESTER Mnss. April 3 Ad- dressing the immense gathering of rail xoad men. today hundreds of them re- presenting the powOrftll organization ot which ho was once the head Edgar 3B. Clark the railroad conductor who becamo a member of the Interstate 'Cemmcrce Commission bespoke a mes- aago of- conservatism. Commissioner Clark told the men of iho brotherhoods what an' Important public service thoy perforni In operat- es the railroads of the United States. Tho development of those brothep- hoods he said had come only through fraternal unity and co-operation. Unity and...

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

Whiter rriival Proves the principal store attraction of uur ureat txpansiou date a ig uiiio vxvixiiuly. kjiv7jlc vx w vvv-icu iaaico ouai- c ing values winning enthusiasts approvalsu n&Pis tne story of the opening clay 01 this sale it is already an established fact that sprint hym e moarprontaoiy centered here. Goeaton with all its attractions To- Our Expansion Sale and JTOtfTaiidviya & Winter DfV Goods ComDailV all that met with instantaneous appro v&T of those who havejrfready bought. Do your spring shop m a. a ping now. Varieties are greater stocks lfrger styles arjrop to the moment prices lower. Abilene's Progressive Store i if afi v S ' . 31 tSt i SI ? Ml. i RAINFALL GENU HFi TEXAS AND GREAT GRAIN CROP SEWED IN GROUND Farmers of Lone Star State Lift Their Heads and Face with Confidence Theutnmer's. Outlook; Forecast Is for More Rain. Reports from the Texas News Service Saturday morning afternoon and night and Sunday morning state that in practically every section of...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 5 April 1910

? 'j- - . tf AK RIX 55S r - Back at Judge Blanton Communication from Judg6 T. A Bledsoe and Com- missioners Court. Abilene Toxaa Atirll 2nd 1910. ami electric lights You Bay any ohe To Honorable T L. DJnnton Judge of can (teo In same yes they can jf the 42nd Judicial District of Texas: shades arc not down Your honor corn- Hear Sir: On March 27th that np- plains that It has no wntorcloaet etc. poa'red-lr. the Dally Press or Abilene a no It docs riot contain a waterclosot communication addressed to us ro as we thought the jury Would prefer plying to our communication -which not to havo a Wntcrcloset In their bed was In answer to yoiir first communl- room especially when there were two cation addressed to us. near by In tlto yard. We thought when You state It Is genornlyl customary wo built this wo wcro expending the to give to the side who opens an argu- ment closing niiBver and that you would not avail yourself of this Tight but for tho fact that In our answer to same and two extra J...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 5 April 1910

Ml AS BRTKK 11 I. ft r ' -- '! ' M lfc. ;;:ffl 1 i;- -" '. ? II -i.t M--. t;; .9- I as. 9 LOOK OVER SITES OFFERED BT CITY Twrts Christian University Trustees aro FaVorably Impressed With . Fort Worth. HAMMOND OK THE SOUTH . IS AGAIHST EXPORTATION FActorirs to Uso lumber Hud Mineral Deposits Arc Needed llclow the Mhsh and Dixon Line. FORT WOHTH April 2.tThat the securing of the ToxaB Christina uni- versity for Fort Vorth depended great- ly upon juathoW badly this city deslr- . cd thnt Institution wob tho. opinion of the majority of tho trustees of tho university who spent tho day lior.ol ' Friday in looking over various sites offered for tho location of tho school. The trustees yiho arrived In Fort Worth from Dallas Thursday night wore tho guests of the .Board' of Trade Friday and after a short informal bus- iness session held in tho parlors of that organization; wcro shown over tho different sites offered by this city Tho party was mot with .automo- biles at the Board of Trade headq...

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

- -"- i-- M4 AjfUU fc if i i1.i'INW - (- . .v1' nt-'yA1 W.n unniPif'"1" WM')WWWfwi.W nltaaimM ffi I m F it IQ ' T l& iii ll?i m m r IM. m 4 L GIVEN fl INTER- ESTING DAY SESSION t Continued from page one) Which ho then had on nnd had told Hint ii if anmn nt Ilia lrlrtfnllrif rl lit if In l.lm hlnnn 1i U'ntit.l oflMrt Mio.n to hell. That was nil witness1 rumem CASE OF JUT HE TO JOIN m bored Sims saying but ho had noticed Itiot ntuu in ins pariors on uciouor that ho wnB very drunk at tho time. ' ml'- !t wns omul tint Mr." Tjatigntor He did not toll anyone of the gun or '""'I nt drcaB Sln8 flul bo was excused talk at tho time. McMillan stated''1 subpoena holng Issued for Mr. King tuat no nnn Known aims rjoiit two Voara nml' linil knnwti Nell for Oho .. ... . .. ni .m .-... i-.. year Ho had nau mo ottsiness aent ings with Neii. Tho conversation re- ferred to took place in front of Wal- ter's Store. Ho did not know whether or not Sims wns dangerous. ii. J(. spurrier. Burt Spurrier was...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 April 1910

SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER ARM FIMF & TOWMt! XX.Y. FOREIGN PRESS SEVERELY IJFMTIUISES TREATMENT IJF 1 ROOSEVELT BY POPE PIOS Lays All Blame for Affair on Shoulders of Cardinal Merry Del Val Pope's Private Advisor. By Associated Press PARIS France April 7 The Matin most powerful organ of the .French press took a determined attltddo today with regard to the acrimonious con- clusion of the expected meeting be- tween Colonel Theodore ROosevoIt for mer President of the United States and Pope Plus. "The treatment acorded Mr. Roost; velt by the Vatican" the editorial goes on to say "meets with disapproval in the highest and most Important ec- clesiastical circles of the.world Includ- ing many memb'ors of the Sacred Col- lege who hold that Cardinal Merry del Val private secretary and confi- dential advisor to his Pontlflclai Emi- nence Is directly responsible." The Matin then goes on to commend the Independent attitude assumed by Colonel Roosevelt calling it a consis- tent stand compatib...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 April 1910

pirw& Jt fatiMti.Wfciwii iihwiwmciWiyitj -. A. r r AK TWO -i " I? M IV i i:i; KM M 1 CALLS Th by ex pain Slo; stops that paralyi muse ate m shnntinrr. leariHir oains r neiMralcia are cat ... 0 r --y- . .r p " : - ttement of Ithsf nerves bciatica is alspnrerve (I; I Linimfnt a ralgiajpansat iinc okmumbn ;. nnrlrliv if-? .. j .- - r tissues sives1 alt fbthirigxterfff Application ince.qjfletsiffe rrffyes relieves ;s 5jrfnciws ouch a warning or (c eiEfoi'cT earth e nervous and taneafas well as imiriedi- Jftr. "ladvisci ment with te ie Application Relieved the Pain. !. Lee of tioo Ninth Sdl; S. E. Washington D. CY writes: . ladywho was a grcatJnucrcr from neuralgia to try Sloan's Llni- one application thqJpain left her and she has not been troubled . art's Liniment is the best remedy for Rheumatism Stiff Joints and Sprains and: all Pains. At All Druggists. Price 25c GOc. and SI .00. Sloan's Treatise on tlio Horso sent Free. Addreip DR. EARL S. SLOAN BOSTON MASS. JL HI "1 ir IH 1 JAIL...

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

rAWK I IS' b Abilene Country Farmer What They're Doing HWDwe and can de. : By S. L. N. A. R. Sponcor has bought tho W. N..betjn a Kood ritlzen of Taylor county Bradford farm near Moro and win -movo tlicro Boon. Phillip Yoat was ovor from Oplln "Wednesday on business Ho reported good rains In his district Ijob Lyon was In from tho Qap Tues- day night Ho Is Just uji from a surd- enough enso of grip. Mr. and Mrs N. M Dudley left Wednesday evening for Itoswell U. M to spend two months with their son J. W. Dudloy. ' Dr. H. T. Day has Bold his farm near PleaBant Hill and has moved to Andrews county on tho Plains. Ho will contlnuo to read The Bcportor. Ed. Powors a hustling young farmer on. Deadman hauled out wlro this week to fence In a flve-acro hog pas- ture. B. H. HIbbotts a railroad man of Winona Is hero visiting .his brother-in-law John Sands and Incidentally looking at tho country with tho view to locating. A. B. Cox reports 2.24 Inches rain fall In tho Tuscola valley during tho lat...

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

fv iiglln i Iiiiii it iniiliiiiPriJfi)wnhliiMi.whfc.iwj f(i j ijito r.ti.Mt . AN ELEGANT $350.00 PIANO E7 w I II Imi ka Also Beautiful nJ&d $10.00 DINNER SET S . On Exhibition in 6urj8Jr'e-CHven urour' Customers Absolutely FREE wesmim&!tVMnmMmMJtim I'M I I I HI I ' mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammm'. MggBIWjgailBIBBSWSSMSSIMr 1 Ia u l M li liiiiteii II PRETTTY KATE MUELLER DEFENUS HER LOVER Declnrcs Albert Walter Innocent of He t0 gqngibie fr that. the Charge of Killing ' -But maybe ho did see the body after a Itnth Wiprler I . . J Z A t Rath Wlioclcr. . she had hcen .llled and maybe he go - J scared. I don't know. He hasn't told me a thing. I nm only saying what NEW YORK. April 6-A youth young' might have happened. 1 in years and crime with a mind weary -Bot D0 matter what did happen' I ing of the Importunities of the woman belleve Albcrt .B nnocent. I have who loves him despite his alleged hor-'lmown Wm for two yearB. I know him Tlble offense against an Innocent be- cll anough t...

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

II II II 'II I Unequaied Buying Opportunities Generous Assortments and Spleadm Value Still Ruie in Our Great S&lekWhite Oarnivdl rjrj m M 3?T '-: ithiiajcDpy mafias prevajJdH here since the opening of this sale. Stocks wervanttasortmentre sun gooa on an lines advertised ine lireat hvmhsion Sale and WhibJarnival goes merrily on with all its attractions. Uirl VJt IV xm Tomorrow's hSfoi shoptiers will tended this sale. Abilenels Progressive Store Abilene SemiWeeHJy ' Farm Reporter BY ABHjENE PRINTING COMPANY PUBLISHERS. Published On Tuesday and Friday of lich week at 1028 North Second Street Ibllene Texas SUBSCRIPTION BATES: )'ne Year .... ... 51.00 tx Months . ....... 50 Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing' or reputation of any person firm-or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the firm. ..Letters pertaining to business should be addressed to the pa...

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

gafe4 II u. iwHfc-'K-"-. ;;" asw3 iafcs.tfa3SM3jl.1.wa'rt " ' "t & u -'".4 i.)'n..tf.i.m.Tinit - -r -ff '' Iilr n 'J "" h ' . ;aUMJPj4U m u M M rAfli six n. mi Re-0. Geo. S. Doh)U ln Obituary "By a Friend ARttOYO (3RANDB Cn. Mar1. 30An people who came. The services wor"o niniiimU wlilnii occurred on Monday tlf tornpon causing tho denth ot Rev. Geo. S. Davis mBtor of tho Presbyter- ian church o"C?ftts place hud enst a gloom of sadness over this town Btich as has never been known In our his- tory. Mr. Davis had gorto to nttond to n. small Incubator which ho was running by electricity taken from tho same Uno by which the house Is" light- ed It was found afterwards upon In- vestigation that soma children playing In the street some distance from tho i.n.ion it nil iiirnw n small wire attach ed to a spool bo that It had fallen yndcr tho leadership of Rev. Harry Tiiiinni tmntnr of tho Presbyterian church of San Luis Obispo who spoko very touchlngly from tho text luntu 28:G-7 giving tho...

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

iJi II iM f.a f -"- -- i?Aurf SEVK B&.V" ? 'Ti' . - ft '. v '; i no mhae vn. raiuc a A Neft Creation in the Food Lino !! 11 rF00D blendingf WHEAT OATS RICE and LiLY into a rood is a. new creation by Dr. Price the Me FoM Producer. It is one of the best breakfast or levy day foods ever made. Dr. Price believes that the enlightened public accepts nothing permanently but quality. Once this food is eaten it will be appreciated. Ask your grocer. OWLS OF MERKEL ENJOY CHICKEN ENTEKWUSINO OltllKIl SITS TO GENIAL FEAST AM) HAS AX enjoyable TIME MANY VISITORS WERE 1 HERE Trent Nubia Crossroads ami Abilene Ilcprosentcd nt Gathering nml AH Present SaM Affair w Vas Huge sYcccbb. MARSHAL CLINTON DOES QUICK WO EFFECTED CAPTURE AFTEU TWO MILE CHASE WITIHV THTH TV MINUTES TI3IE. BAD CHECK WAS THE CAUSE Alleged Swindler Onvc Lnrgo Check Oil Bnird iliinic to He Cashed but left While Cashier Sought Iuforinntlon.. Chief Clinton In the wngon Mtuldox drove to tho county jali where tho mules were tied a...

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

;' mtv n(fiiM- j.jk "r-'-tryir-M faatyftffwwUMiiw!iiiyuNijiii'i-i'.ii ipini.i nfMWiM hJaiitwinii ft i n i'ftM ' ' "'-' . t...n . r . .n..i ii W . 'fa)f " " -Jl'"M ' "" RH BIRDS OF PARADISE. ...i ' i ' Their Dancing Parties and Arrowa 'With Blunt Head. Birds of panulNe molt nbout Jnnu ary nnd In May when they nro In full and gorgeous hew plumage tho mnlcs assemble each morning for their done lng parties. Certain trees nro selected being ehoson on nccouut of widespread ing branches and scattered leave and In one of these treed from A dozen to twenty of the birds will assemble. They raise their wings stretch out their necks nnd elevate their exqul' site plumes: keeping thorn In a contin- ual vibration The birds hop or fly from branch to branch apparently In the greatest excitement so that the tree appears to be seething with gold eh orange plumes. The long plumy tufts which are tho prldo of tho bird Of paradise spring from the sides be- neath each wing and when the bird ts In repose th...

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