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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 12 April 1910

"HWi5 ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER fc VOLUME XXX. ARILKNE TE&IS TUESDAY APRIL 13 1'HO. NtMIltKlt 81 CASE OF JIM NEIL GIVEN TO JURY AFTER INTERESTING DAY SESSION OLD SOLDIERS HELD SESSION 1 10 TEXAS CITIES ROBBERS BU i ALSO ONE NEVAD.VHANK ENTERED IIV DARING MASKED MARAUDERS. STATE BANKS ARE SUFFERERS Oakwoods Texas Siiiurt Oklahoma and Randolph Nevada Banks En- tered Kobltcrs at Randolph Jlonnd and Gnggcd Officer. Special to the Reporter: PALESTINE Apr. 4 Tho Btnto bank at Oakwooda Leon county about twenty-five mlfcB southwest of here on the International & Great Noi thorn rall- rnncll was robbed of five thousand dol lars in cash at nn early hour this morning hy three yeggmen who blew open the safe with nltro-glycerine. Tho men broke Into the Bectton house af- ter committing the robbery took thrco rain coats and were then seen to walk ""rapidly down the railroad tracks. A posse of officers is today hunting them. StHartRank Robbery. McALISTER Okla. April 4 Bur- glars ent...

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 — 12 April 1910

M M.1 nK two 'StSSfi 7tCER ACQUITTED BY JURY VERDIC AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK Trom Saturday's Daily fncG several shot larger than bird shot At exactly cloven o'clock this mornJ"l smaller than buck shot having 6n 3fe the Jury Itt tho 'Ticcr caao returned iored tn0 faco flnd 1cnd- A ho' wna i Verdict of not gtiltty and tho defend- jHRt Was dismissed At ten .thirty tho jurymen reached nn agreement and sent for Judge Blnntoh. 4 a entered tho coiirt room ho "wns followed by n largo crowd who had "kee waiting In tho court yard for tho verdict. Tho defendant was brought 3 to court and tho Jury filed in. Tttroagbout tho proceedings the. de- iftea&mt C. TIcer appeared very com--jescd "Gentlemen of tho Jury havo you reached a verdict?" asked tho court. "We have" ropticd W. McCuliough -Sorenan. Tho verdict was handed to tho Judge -who attor reading It passed It to dls--trkt Clerk Young who rend "We tho 3wy find thb dofendant G. TIcer not KHflty." "Do all of you concur In this opin- ion' was tho qu...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 12 April 1910

)4Jk I- It L- wenta" answered ta wlterf wllhoat IiwItAtkH. Q On April 16 about the edge rat Taylor county did you not nay these words to W. F-. McBrldo: "You tbll Jess Johnson his sbiil It he wants tb boo kor (Ettla Johnson) ho can come here. I havo the rope ort him and wlll handle him like I -----a -- - -w -t- want to?' A. Emphatically 1 did not. Q. Did you say to Jess Johnson at tho fiavidson ranch In March or April; it)0S: "Jess what do you Wcan7 1 ought to take my knltp and cut your throat. Eula If you gd with Jcfta you will nevpr darken niy doorS again " A Thoro is no truth in the stnto- ' rnent. Q. In August 1908; in Abilene dear ilintcrs .storo did you Bay to McBrldoi "Do yPu know where Jess Johnson fs7 I ought to havq shot his brains out and will do so yet?" A. I did not Theso and other alleged conversa- tfons tending to prove the defendant Li ' ..; nn tnhnonn'a m had made threats on Johnson's life Were emphatically denied. Q. Do you know Bill Conley? A. I do- r T it it tnnl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 12 April 1910

Mi.bmij4iim nmwrViait ! i MtUmUimm3jtmmkl injii nrfi Wftf iiii.i ' - - -- - - r T39E - 1 EDGAR E. CLARK TO RAILROADERS JNMtXKH HA II WAV t'OMH'CTOK A MEMBER OF INTERSTATE COM. COMMISSION. 1R0NTH' OF BROTHERHOODS Can He Attrllmted Sulci) to Cult) mid C0-oiK-ralloii Says Clark Iloforo leathering of Itnllroiid .Men nt' Worcester Mass. Ti 01 AND GOWN BOW The Origin of an Ancient Dispute at Oxford. .STALE FISH AND BAD BER. By Associated Press. WORCESTER Mass. April 3 Ad- dressing the InimctiBO gathering of rail Tpad men today hundreds of Jhcin ror presenting the powerful organization or which ho was onco the head Edgar E. Clark tho. railroad conductor who became a member dt the Ihtcrsiato Commerce Commission bespoke a. mos- sago of conservatism. Commissioner Clark told the men of the brotherhoods what an Important public service they perform In operat- tag the railroads of the United States The development of those brothoU hoods ho said had come only through fraternal unity and co-operat...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 12 April 1910

MM W .A. Jl . .V Our Great Exp 4f - ltd WhiWl arniVal roveS ie Principal store attraction of 11U fTUnc veil 111 Veil rig vicinity. Store crowded sales soar- i i Jr r i i . i . v.... - . m? values winning an established fact icx5m)val--suciiiirr Driet is tne story oi the onemncr dav ot this sale. It is a read v xxymg canJiemost profitably centered here. Our Expansion Sa all that met with instantan hit a CaMnvn s on . s attractlons To- JLllLC VCtipHwQl mnwnio'd Vinef. nf uhnnnne will flr Minter Dry Goods Company of thoaho have already fcdught. Do your spring shop- ping now. Varieties are greater r styles are up to the moment prices lower Abilcnc'8 Progressive Store ansibtfyft thrix suii Jf m m re aodTW bgtfsapnoval jftocks P t .' m i I B 1 i. u f h p- tf 1 ! 7-r Aav ; E- V 5 KC. .r k- RAUL GENERAL OVER TEXAS AND GREAT GRAIN CROP SEWED IN GROUND Farmers of Lone Star State Lift Their Heads and Face . with Confidence The Summer's Outlook; Forecast Is for More Rain. Reports from the Texas...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 12 April 1910

4- .tfU--Lkpxm WttomM mi to twn tllimt4mmtmMmm&im$wmt i ijnii yy 111 ahttfltriuM V tl 4Stnw n.yiih nllijHW.tfHP ! lAfiK SIX Back at Judge Bldnton - r -i i Communication from Judge T A Bledsoe and Com- mi88ionera Court. Abilene Texas April im 1910. nitd otjbctrtc lights. You Bay any one l'o Honbrnblo T. L. Dlnnton Judge ot can sec In same yea they can if tho 42nd Judicial District ot Toxnti: shades are hot down Your honor com Dear Sir: On Atnrch 27th that np- plains that It has no wntcrclosct etc. pcarcd In tho Datly Press of Abilene n no It docs not contain a Waterclosqt communication nddressod to us re- us wo. thought tho Jury would prtfer plying to oUft communication which not to hnVo n watcrclosct In their bed- was in nnswcrto your first communl- room especially when there wero two cation addressed to us. You state It Is gcnuralyl customury to give .to tho Bide Who opens an nrgu- ment closing answer nnd thnt you Would not avail yourself of this right but for tho fact that In ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 12 April 1910

A SKTKX rr? ttti-;? .v ft. k. t y .. m jH m r m I LOOK OVER SITES OFFERED By CITY (Texas Christian rnlTcrslty Trustees .arc fiuoraljly Impressed With Tort Worth. h FORT AVOIITJLI Ajirll S.Tunt thof securing of tho TcxaB Christian uni- versity for Fort Worth depended great 'ly upon Just bow uftdly this city desir- ed that Institution wan tlio opinion of "tho majority of tho truutoos ot tho university who spont tho day horc Friday In looking over various Bites offered for the location of the school.. Tho trusteos who arrived in Fort Worth from Dallas Thursday night woro tho guests of tho Hoard of Trado Friday and After a short informal bus- iness session held in the parlors of that organization woo shown over tho different sites offered by this city. The party was met with automo- biles at the Board of Trado hcadquar- tors by a number of business men ahiong whom wero John King Mat Blanton "William Bryce E. W. Tem- pol W. A. Darter George Clark and 1w1b Tandy nnd conducted to tho va- r...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 12 April 1910

..ufcrttLiu if nUm .ftttolLMMI iiii'iii i t4iMim td'"blfl ' ' " ij' --i-r--ir r-j-fHiiinri-iniii-(i)irT '.-.7 ..?. ' .A.. . . f r - - j f . . i r.i- -- m. - I g ! - I '--II ' . ... ;.j.... I I nil -Will 'I TI'll1 T I - - ' li"'1' . j ""''.." - ' .).J . f i I -i - -i f- -- -- '- ... - - - ii. IM-T . .... W j" t " " I -lWtll.. i i l. -L. mer nr nu uc i mum MducBtMby-'tho-jurbv. J am mo; HRuno on ii toP ot . -to pwcc . y uw & mjlt AN'WLTORY ' 1l I.ISM h . M Nr I liiVrN LL ... . ... ...... 4.M..t.in - ithn itunl nhd arm herd tho defendant' liven without hesitation r n I iinu rr rfl IIITfn I naked by tho iu'ror 'showed ids BcntB to tho jury) and as "Ijld you want to kill him" TO JUnl AFTEn INTER- r?Xays od trlonda ami I' fell l.o got on top or mo. ring.";;'Ko!lrIdldnotIliatodloquarroI rnrliln nau nrnninn ..... i.t !... ; n.titilnr frtr hnnli 'O Ii. yes HOW I VO ROt you.' 110 KrRO- Willi dncKV. BU : aa IT sB W l.Lil.Lkllinj ii r .. ( v ..... -w w-i -- LUMilU Unl ULUUIUIli ( Continued ...

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

'' FARM REP0RTER7 VOLUME XXX. JUIII.ENK TEXAS FRIDAY A PHIL IS lOJo. numrek S7. ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY COBBLE AWARDED WOO BY JURY Dig damage suit in federal couittf terminated on WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON WALKER GIVEN THREE YEARS Defendant From Fltivnnnu Drought In- to Court in Invalids Chair ami was Sentenced to Federal Prison 's nt Leavenworth Knn. From Thursday's Dally: Late yesterday afternoon the Jury in the case of Bailey Butler Cobble ver- sus the Texas and Pacific Bnilwny L. Company rendered a vordlct In favor of tie plnlntiff and fixed tbo .damages at $1900000. Cobble asked for dam- ages In the amount of $25000.00. The trial of this case was begun Tuesday morning. The jury retired nt 2:30 yesterday afternoon and rendered Its verdict at 4:15. Cobble was Injured .about two years ago by jumping from the caboose of a cattle train into the Colorado river. Ho was accompanying a shipment of cat- tle and was asleep In the caboose.when two men riding In the tower saw an- other train approach...

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

- '" '"' ii i iniaiaii in fWMMHpmH - jfVW'y "rfffi wjWii tWf -Vg -4rmii4 hW4.a4l1- ! 'v ( " r?r' .&T" "" -"-Tri "W'Wfc fTr . is - r . j i .' V 4 . A- jf ...ir.b. . - m- ?'a jteasafaiMeifam nittiiwi itn i mTh . rAs tw T '3S M ft j rrv.1 nl.a U. . I L. "" - fflfl R. JONES FREED BY JURY aKKi:NiANT ix .Mi)i!ii:u case is " ACQUITTKl) OP KILLING ALP II. COGDELL. JBMN BALLOTED 24 HOURS Tcrdkt Was Kctuwcd nt three Fifteen HHd Crowd of About Three Hun- dred Enger People Heard It llond. IVom Thursday's Daily: 4Wo Uic Jury find the defendant not KHllty." (Signed) E. A. Pearce Foreman." Tho abovo verdict wns turned In by ifco Jury In the enso of Follx It. Jones charged by Indictment with tho murder ot Alf B. Cogdell at Iffteen minutes af- ter three o'clock In District court this afternoon. At a quarter to three notice camo Irom tho jury room that a verdict had ?ccn reached. Word was sent to Judge Blanton the attorneys In the case and tho defendant. With them camo a crowd of between two and ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 April 1910

' J.T V rAtK 1 '! thero with Baldwin r needed some Snonoy to make n trip to aatesvllle ns I had received ft lolegriitrt from thnt Bcsalon of the case of Felix It JoneB Who Is chnrged by Indictment with the murder of Alt B. Cogdoll wart called place 8klng mo to come Ihore at once ht half post eight o'clock today with on n business deal I was pretty BUro itlint Baldwin would let mc have the money." "As i went In the door of the of- 'fldo I noticed that bthors Woro thoi'o IJut-I did not See AU until 1 had star- ted to close the dqor Thcii I went to n chair and Karl said 'sit down.' I sat down and said to Baldwin that '"wan- ted to see him ns soon ns ho got through thor'o. ilq said all right. A stayed thero a tow minutes I don't Itnbw how long. While I was thero .and before young Mr. Flshor had loft -Cogdell said 'You know 1 aiii the best man in town. 1 can. whip tiny man Jn. this 'i town without n gun. I .don't need a gun' and I replied 'Yes. I bellovo that yoU aro right.' All this tlm...

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

i-w-.-.W.If--!-... ! ---- -. .----- f lm 4uWa.Mii.iwmiHwW'Jillnli1 -.fUflU (jW?4 ft!l-WV IWIW WllBWiTir-MMMf lW'MMgjiwM"lk..w -i . i ... ' 'i ' it wAbn2 Smt'-Weekty Farm "Reporter rrt fpM rmk r; iJ ? Kids lfPw j3s Imlm - - : wmm .. fmrmi wk.i $r .'. MY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY PUBLISHERS. - Published on Tuesday and Filday of wh week nt 1028 North Second Street iMleno Texas . u . gllllSCRIL'TlOX IlATESt Vae Year 1.00 JUx Months . . .. . .....w.... . . 50 Aay erroneous reflection upon tho character standing or reputation of ay person firm or corporation which SMjr appear In tho columns of Tho Abllono Sotal-Weekly Farm Reporter -wOl bo gladly corrected upon Its being brought to tho attention of tho firm. letters pertaining to business Bhould :be addressed to tho papqr or somo par- ticular department but not to Individ- uals as In their nbsonca their mall -will not bo opened. Drafts phedts and postoince or expresB orders Bhould he mado payable to tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. ' ' . " ' ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 April 1910

ii u PA(tf fclYH IF YOl BUY YOIR SUIT AT THIS STORE It Will tyf Fashionably Correct and (to in Quality - '.15; c'..5ai &: vV'&m M'iV'lJA iaa '"ASSF. vlli?' i:v; 'MI C mi i.i n tTrJi i'ii i-t 'i - "-I Htigi fc i-ir-" ) ..-- . l ' t r' I - - . - rn.ii i - - ' I ' ' i i p i l 1 ' ' !. min m m m i 'ii i i ii iJinmiww i in i i I i i ml Mmi n Ii tiMi ilum mini in ki Mafe V -- -. hiiwh ! mn f - 4 . .. .... JJ.MMJ i sasn bsi ;"3? .7VV..W tLf.V'itfiU rfi4' 5? -"SB $$jg &&&& ru 4"iS 14 xVs 5 rr-'T-t'i DESIGNED BV EEffihMcgXEL. & Son iHWW XUKltf The price will alsobe lower than most stores ask for the ordinary kinds- of clothing: We buy direct from the best clothing builders in 'this country and in i-. . XYS n . L' i- m m$ (KrV SI fieKtt?3i5ifiJKS W'-OTS vra . 'v' t quantities that enables us to get the lowest possible prices on every suit. We Carry. Stout Regular and Slim Cuts and can fit almost any type of a man perfectly in a suit of his choice. All the new style...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 April 1910

IHIMmwllunl'l'w'' .VGE ilv - 'i SSS-Mirmtmv Abilene Cotintry Farmer? What They're Doing Have Done and can de. : By S. L. N. Ml 'Might good world for to livoln When tho rorfea are reddening around Jtud the ihockln' birds making the mu- muslc tn pench trccV wltli pink blodsoms crowned. "Mighty good wdrld Let us slug It that way The rains of December Mnko roses for) Nay' friends before returning homo. An ac- count of the baby's death can lie found In another column of tills impel'. For nioro than n weok J. N. Shep- hud living one inllo cast of Simmons college has been bringing In its fine rnddlBhes as over grow In any coun- try. "It was not. only a ground soaker but it tank-illler (tint fell In tho Potosl district Saturday night' sUys W I) Vobb. Ho says the wholo Polosl country will bo at Iberls next Sunday to nttend tho Taylor county singing convention. W. C. Clark living two miles this John May living n few miles novth- eaBt Is reported laid on tho shelf fot nttthlln wrlllk rtwlllllt...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 April 1910

- Vl f w TIV 1 f AGK SKVM5.V -? .S.S Anv svstem thht nc&ta A tonic needs ler for It Is the wenkened. itnnurc condition of theclrcu- ilfttion that is responsible for the run-down state of health. Tlie supreme oihec nnu uuty ol tne bioou is to lur- ;nlsh nourishtuent to every portion of the body. The clr- E dilatory system Magnificent nnd wonderful in its con struction supplies the nicanjUfrtho S tentle nutriment to cvery-jeflrecle nerve 8 cw and tissue of thchjwv: and lust as rcmatf&pure atueMcn each Of these meuihjMnifc healthy me eid xmmi WjrheflSdjtiiy to rccocnlze tlnIniportancc of pure bloodTnucscrvintr hcaltlurffo realize circulation. JlrcuSe of a 'stem is dcplctwHInd run-down tie devclomncnttiome serious sickness because weak systems catmpVrcsist disease while healthy systems ore able to ward it off. DeCctft blood nutriment is usually manifested in a general bodily weakaatujfa tired worn-out feeling fickle ' appetite poordigestion etc. SlMrtTdocs not sufficiently refre...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 April 1910

X ")vr -i- 3-3 UNITED SPECIALISTS LECTRO-MCDICAL PMYSIO.MCDICAL KCLtCTIC. . OSTKOPATHIC. HOMEOPATHIC AND MC8ULAR MEDICAL AND SURGICAL .... TREATMENT TOSCTHCIt WITH BATTLE CREEK AND HOT SPRINQS METHODS. ReRnlerlj tlctnted flrclllitil rom iuFff iciiooi muni ud nun Stall of lh llolanl and Bur team M An Inntttnte ttiatran utTerou! your enoiceoi ireaimem ni nr the rerr mnanltudsorjia organ! MtfnnaaMirtei'Ou'or modern apd UhKWllHinOWIPOt lITIllUfnh Tlnltftit (ichnnl nf rAoilUenutoml mMhnila nf treatment nil under oim manngemAVVlf you hare failed to receive n euro rrjuult -igr"t' Warn MnMtt inwsiB AJVotroJitdleal 'i rratmanl lor Nortoui Hot BprMffnnIlattto Creek MetboiU of Treal IheumafTftm Hand ana Skin IllHpaitiai I'htnlfv tnoleojfoandllAieopalh(oMc1lolna for Delicate t and lmllC(it rl(intmnnlmr.HonthlifnilHenlr (tnihTegetaWlnP-oiitmeat for Incipient Cancers. AM Cemnnt TharausMy Haepttal Trafn- pnyaiciana net suraaMa caen elaUt In Hk ParMetrtar Una. as. If riot too eomnllcatcd. can bo ! ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 19 April 1910

SJ4iinia ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER ARILENE TEXAS TUESDAY APRIL 19 1910. tUME XXX. NUMBER 38. FOUR DEAD THREE INJURED IN ILLINOIS CENTRAL WRECK MONDAY EIS FLYING VISITORS ON AT GRANBURY GAINES IGH OFFICIALS AS K: TEXAS PACIFIC OFFICIALS PASS THROUGH CITY IN A PRIVATE CAB. COL. THORNE ON ABILENE VJco President and General Mnnagcr Comments r Early Growth of Central City; Hods Out Tempting Promises. Ij i'Tom iuonaay s uuuy; ! . ... . n.ll... The Gfnce hotel today temporarily . aholtored four well known personages Lin the railroad world. Th!!y were L. "S. Thome Vice President and General Manager of the Texas & Peclfic C. E. Saterlee of New York Secretary-TreaB (t urer OI mq cowpuuy mujur y. jn. K Abrams the land man and J. W. Ward Superintendent of the Rio Grande di- vision. Tho four gentlemen arrived in Mr Thome's private car hitched to the Tear of the noon eastbound train. They or at least the first three named had been west as far as Toyah on a tour of inspection and were ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 19 April 1910

m rkn two '.'. HUSTLING TIMES AT BUFFALO GAP JtEI'ORTS SAY IIOMESEEKERS ABE RUSIIINCt IN TO SECURE CHOICEST LOTS. " BURTON-LINGO TO MOVE IN Cottages Going lip Rapidly and n Gen- cral Air of Acihity Is tho Or. dor of tlio Day Somo Personals BUFFALO GAP April 1G Tho past several ditys have been the busiest in realty deals In Buffalo Gap Jn several years. Three local merchants bought lots in the Lyons.JGby subdivision to the city while the Burton-Lingo Lum- ber Company purchased a solid block. T. W. McCormlck druggist bought a Jot on Lllllo street J. W Wright two on the same street and Tims and TlmS a lot facing south. Tho Burton-Lingo Lumber company bought a block of land about cast pf tho railroad station All lots in tho business patt of tho city are for snlo bo dodgers issued by Capt. Lyons state. There has been a number of lots sold in other parts of tho town during the past several days. The Burton-Lingo company having purchased an entire block of ground in close proximity of the ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 19 April 1910

tA iK TMWXH .iii' hi u 4rr '. IP' . !! 1V' V IS c V GATHER MIEN ! ON FIRST SEMf-ANAUAI. .SESSIONS OFS1NOINO CONVENTION HELD MAK IIIK1MS FIFTEEN JONOBtD PRESENT Day Was Ideal Him Singers Flocked to Grounds From all Directions Organization wis For- mally Effected. The first Senil.annual meeting of tho Taylor county singing convention for J-19J0 convened In the Presbyterian church onornile south of Iberia at 2 o'clock Saturday tho lGth. Represen tatives were present from tho 'various districts In the county and after rou-lslc have gono too much to tho the military inarches church tunes and other coilipoaltlona that arc mora Im- mediately addressed to the heart and Intended to please the gonoral taste; all proverbial maxima of morality and prudonce.and all thoao poetical phras- 4es and Hues; which everybody remom. hers and Is occasionally repeating nro remarkable for simplicity.'- This should ije remembered and could vo but trace upori tho hearts of hcarors the Influcnco of music we sho...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 19 April 1910

' t - -Ur i.i Hlli.ll! tMlli i ..ill. in i iM i h i Abilene SmiXOetfty Farm 'Reporter BY ABtaB PRINTING COMPANY PUBLISHERS. Fabllsbcd on Tuesday and Ftfday of tch week nt 1028 North Second Street jMlcnoj Toxaa . SUBSCRIPTION BATES I Me Ycnr . MtiMMIt tl.OU kx Months ....... . . i . . .60 Any erroneous reflection upon mo karactor standing or reputation of may poraon firm or corporation which ay appear In tho columns of Tho Attleno Soml-AVcekly Farm Reporter wUl bo gladly corrected upon Its being brought to tho attention of the firm. letters pertaining to business should be addressed to tho paper or Bomo par- ticular department but not to lndlvld- aalB. as In their absence their mall -will not bo opened. DraftB checks m& postofflcc or express orders should fee made payable to tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. Entered s second clrisB Wall matter Tcbrunry 8. 1910. at the post orrtcc at Abilene Texas under the act of March the third 1879." EDUCATORS TO ATTEND CONFERENCE AT WACO Conferenc...

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