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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 6 May 1910

I ' I' ' t 1 1 'i International Venice 11Y TtlKOhOHB H008KVKUT Mm Addrus Mfr tha fiabla Prlz Cimntttf D- !lvr&d at Chrlstlania N&rway My S 25.000 C I T In with peculiar pleasure Uint I stand hero today to express tho deep appreciation tlint I foil ot tho high honor Conform! upon mo by tile presentation or tno 3JoWo Pcnco Pmc Tho gold modni which formed pnrt of tho prize 1 ahal atlways krep ntitl 1 shall linnd It on .to -my children ns ft recloua heirloom. Tho sum of nibncy provided na pnrt f tho prize by tho wlso generosity of 4ho Illustrious founder Ot thla world Jawous prUo system I Old not under -tho peculiar clretimstnncfB of tho ewe fool nt liberty to Keep. I think 'it eminently just nnd proper that In most cnaea tho recipient ot the pflzo should keep for hla own uad tho prize 3a Us (entirety. But In tills case. -while I did not act officially as presi- dent ot tho United States It was never tUio less only becauso I was presjdenti II FULL SES niiturioiiH am .mi:miii:hh ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 6 May 1910

j: iiiijiniu H Vf 4 AuiM l.il JftlTVattl i TMCIfi VfftJPftl I v ldl wk&tlr wtywifthi i I vrvrllti i arm u tfMH 1 fowwm if. kltnl of animal not rertafc with Fnlcrnarf In mol eiil mailer of choice which ii "lie ftitim.il or the viable ler of cooUiita Intl. howevur. JeUbie hni Ittf the ndvmitAgo I'limilc from the (at of lioai. fltn Impure nnil unclean alwnyi Imll- cjkllhlc Cnttolrnc come from (he eot ion field of the Bunny South. It makes food that enhbe digctlcd with case even by Invalids Cottoknc it recom- mended by both physician and noted coking exports as n much more health lut and desirable cooking fat than lard. SILL MAJORITir. FOR 60V. O'NEAL 1LA1IAXA LOCAL OPTION LEADER WINS FROM MALLORV III 10000 TOTES. ! BJUEUD RETAINS HIS- SEAT Gets More Votes for U. S. Scmitorshlp Ilutn His Opponents Combined; Dowells Safclj- Lending for Chief Justice. MATH SUIT iniGOURT JI'UY AWAKIIH RIJr'KNDANT IM) IX CASi; 1 .V Jf. T. HV CO VS. THOMAS Hl'CK. OTHER OASES. DISPOSED OF New Snnln Fe Ext...

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

r.v sKTXhx 0-- B Vj fr"" ' ' " ' 'l I Abilmnm Country Farmer I I Whtt ttty'rt Mill tat Pmw mm! Cm fc. : By S. L. H. 'I B ' i i i i H i i I J "rate hereolf ain't help but ftrln At k Kppy soul ttmt won't give In J And feed luck tunii. to good straight way When bucIi a soul Ib given play. Wet or dry rain or uuino It's In the heart Whore the weather's tine: Bun or cloud gray sky or blue liomo-mmle home-cured meat two of the hams weflhed 02 pounds. 1 .T tf atari AJeaa AMirivanit nttaA Im Ali ve Ait nnn 'hp muviDuii uufu ill nr ilono Monday from their homo on Lit- tle film and carried out a now phono for their- use. J 11 has been Buffering from an attack og tonsllltls II. D and Mrs. Kirk wero In Abl. lone Wednesday buying furniture etc. It's the soul's mood makes your day for to replenish tholr home. It was a good you." - I rain fell In tho Caps district Monday morning said "Dun" filling and run ning tho gin tank over the first time since October 1908. Tho first Monday failed to bring out...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 6 May 1910

I M 1 m as V v jjaT i mr I i n i i "vn i i's o sggggjL Xg&yr 1 THC inAuin IHHEDaT The Shreaded Wheat Co sent us this cut. nlso a "buBlicl ot i samples ntid 80100 nlco calendars. .1 -i i i - - Please cull and get ono ot . i I i i In. up ot eachexcept tho cut and try oa your tablo one ot tho best breakfast foods sold on the mar ' " ket today. Mackechirey MBj' nkit If the employm M Hi rml i rniilrnclor vouM ln mrrlrj fu-e and If In toad could trnnmtt llio tmt r.t frcf. Mr Crawford Hiuto Hint IU phi ploy en of n xmitltiR contractor niv not tho employe of n r'nllrortd totiipa uy tin defliUM la tho exemption In tho nntlpn Inws. therefore they nre not vntlljcd to rccelvo nhd u free trans- portation. And thus Brtmo nppltvs to tho outfit ns It I not Included In Hi exemptions In tho Inw. Mr. Crawford calls attention to tho fact tlmt tljo contract between tho mil rami company nnd tho grading cont- pan'y does not provide for froo trans pollution alul hoSleclluetQo pnBB oh tho miostlon of wh...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 May 1910

JUT' J."f- FARM REPORTER 1 I MJlLunft TZSSTpTt ' MMkHtaHU v "TV1 AMMtW TXWV 19ttNlAV AY W 1HIH. wluxk xxx; nummkk . .1 v r 't ALEXANDRA WELL IDES ER REPORTS THAT DOWAGER QUEEN KlIl'TUHED BLOOD VESSEL. ARE NOT CORRECT. m 20 DATE OF FUNERAL KtM Edward Wilt jc Jrt . Ifoc Ancestors; GY;J9i5- clalaka SaeeewerWJtti AH Dae creMHr Br Associated Presa. iJONDON. May - was officially toSt noon today that the Dow aKer Queea Alexandra Trtdow of the late Edward VII. Is well and 1b bear- ing up bravely under her reavement. The now King and his 1 yrt fe are do ng everything possible to lighten tho'grlet This Morning rumors wero current that In a paroxysm or grier uie iuuv. &6rBaV has broken a Wood ves- boI and her condition was serious. This Sport caused a state of great uneasi- ew to prevail In London and for. this reason a bulletins cc0';linBm Jg Dowager Queen was isBued from the Palace. ' fioorco V Proclaimed Jtlnj?. Wittf time .'honored ceremony of a 1 .--l w imttrHslvc character Seorg V wa...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 May 1910

TM 'V. t:. EDWARD OF ENGLAND IS DEAD: GEORGE FIFTH ASCENDS THRONE MBS DM NOW OBSERVED THE WORM) OVER-BEAUTIFUL JBKA HAS GAINED ALMOST 7NIVJEK5AL RECOGNITION. FWNDEO BY A MISS PJthVtS s II rtttedclpfila Woman Goes Credit Fr Ceacelrlng TkoBght of Hoq erlag Mothers of All Men Oho Day Each Year Today Sunday May 8. Is Mother's Xtey. Ever since history began men have wwght to honor the world's heroes by -wUlHg apart some day each year and tmnnecratlng it to the hero's memory "the day usually being a birth anniver- sary. Strango to say however tho wsrldts greatest hero Mother haB .nev- er tad a day set apart In her honor aatil In tho 20th century. About three years ago a Mother's slaughter Miss Anna Jarvls by name -who lived In Philadelphia wished to "honor the memory of her mother by ueervinB me anniversary 01 nor ueam. "Waen that thought occurred to her there camo Wlth It the Idea that all people the wxjrld over; ought to have tone day In each year on which to "thlalc ot their mothers un...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 May 1910

rArlt KATY EXTENSION NOT IMPROBABLE BUFFALO 6AP TO HI NEW BANK 4MXJX"KMM We Wish to Call Your 1 - Attention y ? y CftLOKH MOMOAN JUNKS M.IDK COtfTIUCT WITH ANSON riOFLX TODAY. AHILKNK RA1LHDAD COMMUTE NOW PACK TO FACE WITH NEW "P KOrOSITION OAMTALIHT FXOM HUNT 1'OUNTt AKKIVKH AND (JKT8 HEADY TO UEOIN Hl'SINKSS. i WORK TO BEGIN AT ONCE m OFFICIALS WERE HERE INCH OF RAIN AIDED CROPS y b bred ft if Srinrcjorn Loft This City This Morning Now LIhq l'robably l'art of A. & 8 System ItHHiors of Snlo Arc KiMpkatlcallj- Denied. From Friday's Daily; Tho new railroad frdtn Abllcno to Hamlin 'a distance of about 42 miles by way of Anson Is now assured 'in so far as that part of tho road from Anson to Hamlin is concerned. The railroad committo from the latter place came to Abilene in an automobile this morning and formally Blgned a con- tract with Colonel Morgan Jouea ac- cording to tho terms of which Colonel Jones la tp begin construction on the now line within thirty days. The An- feon comm...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 May 1910

m i m in WiwwwWWHi . N. SHERIFF ROUNDS OP 10 NEGROES TKAX8IKNT DI'HKIKH KirfcKD UP XVXl'VS WITH LOCAL NKdHV AXft WKRK JAlIiKD. NVE OFFICER MERRY CHASE Led II tin Into Colin tr) Kite Miles frqin Tvh Ylicro Mflrtlal CleJHcr Attempted Without Success to ItrslNt Arrest i inMHMHHHHRwBinRIIIMMHMlMwIIKSSSH NUMcm Em BncTiuuwc i n c ai clip! nLwimffmnw u w n vifbb' (MfiNiir Mfffcre Kfatf Is (Mtlt ImA rct m4 UMhto'ki JIM JhsIMHwUhi Sheriff Wclr was tho torlnctpnl nctor in an cxcltlnc ninn hunt Friday. HIh deputies M. T. Obar of Ovnlo I L; eovoy and W. F Whalbyof thla city d Policeman Ben Peovey took part la tho cImbc but It fell to the lot of tho sheriff to finally effect tho double teapturo. As result of tho day's work Charles Brown a toll well dressed coppor tinged negro and a Bhort black Afri- can whOse name has not been learned ro peering through tho bars of Tay- ldr county's house of detention in all likelihood Brown will face twd charges of gaming one of carryjrig a .pistol and another ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 May 1910

tit rrrm P Ml RESULTS Hi KG LDSS MO Ih MmhIhphu llklrict Twit Mfforo FlNmt I.ahn IMncrtt Mt Atoml 9I0M. Special to Tho Roporr. x QUiMIStl May thFlamea In tlio bualncBfl section of thla city nt nn cnrly hour tills morning crubgiI ft propqrty Iobb or ton thousand dollars. Tho blnsio orlglnntcd from defective wiring In tho rcBtnurnnt of D. V. Kub- 8611. Tho henvleflt 108ors wore: WrB. W B. Odon owner of a two Bto- ry building destroyed; E P. Aldredge tailor shop; D. Eberhnrt'a dental par. lors partially doatroyed; D. W. Rua boII restaurant and the Knights of PythlaB hall. Tho loss waa partially- covered by Insurance A high "wind blow whllo tho flro was In progress greatly en- hancing tho danger to tho bntlro bua- lncsB BCctlon. Hill. AND MRS. I U. THOMAS BACK FROM WEDDING TOUR Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd B. Thomas re- turned this morning from an extended wedding tour through South' South- east and Central Texas and for the time being will have rooms with Mrs Thomas parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Coc...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 May 1910

IMHfc MX t -. L octroi DExe CLUB OfMIZED I MVUi Hrrl'OKTKKN OF CLKMliMNK n l trl1nlure (i jmmi tht nhtcnd- tho troflt and only ' d rH- VYnI) III !tK UKT TtM StHKK mnt' " eM(l b dvlnabo to fciiroM lirohlbUI candidate In llw rc IN IIIN HI HALF. ...i.. ........ .-. ....'no division of opinion nit to ltd bolntho great chub or Btntc-wiue rroiuni much wmm uiscuitu.1"';"""'"':1!1; " t- "After ttiihlltihltiR Bitch nn article nt J - IHila .... tn m.. .............. r n...i.l.. 4 . CvHiHiiflrhmn Hd JudBo THo A T W.J Dtcdnoe .Mnko SllrrlHK Adtlrcssc LRudlns; JhiIkc rolndextcr and FIhIii Cone Johnson. from Sunday' Dally: In response to a call to Polndextor ttynlpnthlzorB to meet at tho court liouao yesterday nt 2 o'clock n number i of voters assembled In the district court room nt tho appointed hour. Tho gathering had not been given very ex- tensive publicity but nevertheless a roprcsentntlVe number of political wheel horse were there and what the meeting lacked In numbers It made up In enthusi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 May 1910

rK PKVKttK ft . RATTERS OF VERY GREAT IM- PORTANCE COME UP BEFORE OF C ME OIS TS A8IIJ3VILLB N. U Mny fl-AKor tlo Yottonnl oxeicldca In (ho general ron feromto ot tho Methodist Church Sdtith now lit session lioro tho conference roll was called and resulted hi a flood of memorials mid petitions. Arkansas presented twenty petitions from wom- en asking for laymen's rights. Thcso petitions cnuscd laughter and whon a dfelegato from Arkansas protcstod fegainst the. "unseemly levity" tho pro- mpt brought forth more laughter. Tho report of bishops In church fed- eration with the northern church re- commendud that both churches cutn- blno and appoint a federal council with prompt In thrlr HHHdahc are nw living In tllffrfnt ectlnmi of the nintr ami many of them with lt fnmlllrx. John nnd Will HpftHltjInp. are the only onra I know who ere then meiulitrn nnd UirouHli nil lWe long yenr. linvo been nnd 'are tlll fnlthful in their nttindhilcc. I can conscientiously olnlui thnt my Imp 'pIcHl hnum h...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 May 1910

Dr. Gambr ell Gives (Kit Letters Rtplkof Johnson and Pdlndexter to Proposal for a "Ctm- ferenw Fnirly Chosen" to 3Plck One Prohibition Candidate. . I have noticed n good deal of gases- sonttcf till our forces nml nffont thr Mr Hi the "Into press concerning the t'nemy nnrt tho otlicr candidates thi linnou'd ncRntlnilonH for gotllng pto-upl'Oitunlty to rem nn advantage? I alWUonls.ts togcthor in the present feel after Visiting a large part of the campaign. Sometimes llio guesBors got state' anil keeping a steady eye on the Imo to tho trtlth but they never dldjsltUHllahijlioro In no occasion for nny eulto get it. Thcso are times of ru. grcnt hlKrlii on oi(r pnpfjust now. Our oro mid pervcrslonH t can tell hlljf"(Vrb68'lfre''jio mpro divided tlmn those about whaLsonio pcoplo aro so anxJdf'ilio' other side nnd events Indlcnte tons to knw and considering tho therb will bo still grcnter division In false reports It spcnis beBt to make thcjtijolr rhftksV Probably a few weeks Whole matter pl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 13 May 1910

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER 7 YULUMK XXX: AKILKNK TEXAS FJUDAV .MAY 1 ! NUMHKK U I ALDERMEN WILL INSPECT PAVING A party of ciTtf councilmen WITH GRANITOID AGENT DEPART ON TOUR. PALESTINE AND ST. JO. MO. Sach Is llio Week's Routines Coropan. les Agree (o Fay Alt Expenses If City Council Turn Down Both Fnilng Kids Mayor Egbert N. Klrby and Alder-' men J E. Chandler and George A. MIntor accompanied by Mr. Andrews of Now Orleans representing the R S. Blamo Company manufacturers of Granitoid street 'paving left last night at midnight for Palestine on a tour 5t official Investigation made possible oy the action Tuesday of the City Council In Its last regular monthly meeting At Palestine tho party will make an Investigation Into granitoid with Which many Palestine streets aro pav- ed. From that place they "will go on to Bt. Jo Mo. to look Into the Hassam paving. The trip Is to be madq at the ex- pense jointly of tho manufacturers granitoid and Hassam There Is a proviso. Should either...

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 — 13 May 1910

ir ' COUNCIL HOt!DS REGULAR SESSIOH s UN. CAMPBELL JlAtfV KOt'TIM; MATTKHS TAKBIf OT FOR (M811IKRATION AM) IHSl'OSKD OF. DK. KtMM rKKHIUKST OF HTATK MEOICAIi AHS0FIAT10X HTKONti I.V I'KlTll'lftKH KSHrUTIVM THE STORE WITH THE GOODS PAVING BIDS ARE OPENED BLOCKED HEALTH MEASURES Ur.. brick MR 172.00 Ttvxnn HUte Millie Company lilllniHllr. in. 337.0(1 H. H. lilnma tttmiiy. drnnUntil. $tlSa.uO; Aoknmlrr llroa. llawMiu ('utiiiVrrMt'it tVincritfi $3rt.7R.no. Tliw innlltfr wn iinnnrd for MMItw luvr-Mlnntlou. Tho hIitpIr tin ho imvcd lutw nnd on which dime Mdn np))ly nro Hotitlt I'lrxt from Onk to Bytmnioro; North Flnt from Walnut to t'cdtir Plnn from North First to North TItlrdi North Hoc- and from I'luo to ('odnrt and Cypres from North Kim to Nortji Hreond. Alio bonds of city Bocrctriry .!. A. Pratt nntl city nsBCHBor and collector A 1 1. Balch woro presented nd nc- eoptcd. Tho council extended nn Invitation dogr s Leaden (P wiiiiwhih styJc mmmmtmm' ' "'' ' " ' ' "J '"' ' ' ' " ' " ' ' ' ...

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 — 13 May 1910

I JlMifc 11 W . r V 'I ' ""' ' Truth Number 4 t l1rti&if' l Good Investment is Worth a Life Time of Toil 1 . -t - .FAF ... i- -jr. & if! 1 t? sH" ?. V v i ' m p ASHKv- "vrt 1 1 n j i i.-j OIL is one of the greatest things in this country to-day. More fortunes have been made and are being made in Oil than in any other known commodity. Of course the first principle of making money is to provide the public something that the public wants .when it warits it and for which the public is willing to pay the pro- ducer's price. Too many men make failures to face the other way and try to sell . the public something which they want the public to have and thus the provider is ultimately obliged to sell at the public's price ancl in. that there is little or lio profit. Oil is a necessity and ne wises are being made of it every day. Ori the Pacific-1 ' . I 1' I'll ' ' 1 (j&M 1 1 1 It 1 I T t ''' Coast Oil is about the o use California Crude BROWS GOLD. . BY R. S. Note: -(We wish tho r...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 13 May 1910

W fv wfllMMaMt4 mm lLJLSSL CmkTtZl jmi MY AMLMNtt rTim O0MPANT fMACIHfcBMh i. t ii iiinnuiwiL -moil nru"i''f --g- - ...i. ...H-h... . ... yMT li)ll4lirMiiiilillllllltIO4ttll $1.M mtmH raffettkNi ttpoa ta cfcaraotof or oC My mtmn firm or eetopratioa whfoa my In the columns of The Reporter wrll fe gly w I mr Its being brettgHt to the attention of the ir. lnWMfg portainlng to baglnewi should bo addreaaad to the or boIho particular departmoat but not to Individ w la their Absence their bmII will not be earned. hecka. and noetoflce or exoreea orders afeaald be payable to the ABIL1NB PRINTING COMPAN. ? TELEPHONES and Circulation S. W. 6-7 Roberta 6-7Oae Ring Editorial Office Roberts 161 M second claus mall at Abilene Texas October 14 1908 If t$ "Lot there bo no suspended animation In the pull for SPajlor county and Abilene. .. ' m As you go along do not fall each day to deal a dentil Jriew to ai least a few germ carrying flics. a Don't wait for tlio "geUa-movc-on" .procession to drlvo Ar ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 13 May 1910

fAWK pru .1 m m KBSMS RENDOO IT SWE HfflO OMtRTS AtJSTlN. Texas May 11 Tho fol- towlRR proceedings worn had la tho court of criminal appoala today: Affirmed 0. A Byrd from Uvalde; Chrta. H. Fator frpm Boxar W. H. Hughes from Delta; Mrtck Doykln and Tom Clioato from Jasper $ Orati .Tones from Montgomery; Esmos Lofton from Nacogdoches; Charles Agnes from Randall; Hugh Llgon from Scur ryr Dalton Stennoltfrom Shelby; WMtfllaced old tumblctjown section houses Fhflllns from Smith: David Houston i ailas Prank 8mlth from Travis Reversed and remnnded--Chas. Alp- : Clilro from Angelina; T. P. Thompson from Delta; J. F.. Tucker from Erath; Cynthia Rico from Grayson E. (Jhrls- teason from Hall; Albert "Walling; frfrjn HUIf .T. .T Thurman from Hill; Tom Chancer from Johnson; J T. Spain from Limestone; Sam Johnson frpm Shelby; Jasper Vantroese from "Wharton Appeal dismissed Walter James ot" al . (two vcases) from Tarrant W C. Llndsey from YoUnc. Motion for rehearing overruled Ed- j-ar from Upshur...

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 — 13 May 1910

If 4 runt 'mx M.5II HF! FM FJtST HtSMMCE MT MEN WHEAL! MO MUTT . RbAGH 6EIMMI UnTM. m. e. mm NUDINC TO WIT MINE v BIG fHI MM Ml t; i I'lntia nuil miPclfiintloiiM for tho now building to bo erected by the cniigrugn ilqn of tliu First Methodist clturclt arc now jeftdy nW nn neth'o onnvnsB tvlll Im begun toWuro tho remaining funds necessary for its erection just as soon aa tljo protrnetpd meeting now lit pro- gress Is concluded. Ycsterdny ono member of tho church iiintlo a volun tary contribution of ;; i.nno.oo to now Mlj AMtrnfjr Is tfkfs fffw Ami llH ttat fHMtr iMtlHtC MotiriNHi Aprrt'il to scwi CatntHMtf r From Wednesday's Dally A tolojirani was received this morn- ing from City Attorney H K. iBnacB who la now In Austin stntlng that a tomlnUUn from tho Stato Flro Insur- nnco Rating Board would bo In Abilene Mel Ml hMrwHit iHMk hy fnim ReprrittftftttJrf 4 Kmitt rtkf staff t AmfftfitM KMhwHiyt UrMLlN Mny 10. Colonel Horn volt arrived hero today from Sweden 11a was mot at tho railroad ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 13 May 1910

nt mm " ' ?:' m !'? r . iii'.-.' W i i mm IGCOUT i MS BEGUN TODAY OX&MM Tl)8TKK8 XOW K.NCUGKB . IN .MAKING HP HOM-M fK AM'OKTIONJtKNT .'W '' r m M Bj 1M . ABILENE TO SUM BIB 6JUN ImiUchUohh Aro ThatThltl CchsusJ Will Hire 8H Increase Almost Dottblo Tfint of last Year Stoto School Finn! TrcmcMdolis. Lfird Has Long Time- in Existence a Has Indigestion Human nature is hard omo adapting tub weijibftof the a - 1W ' k who neve who woul realize for in mstl is produc Cottolcn made Kitche Gottom nan is mat ucive u 1'ands health htolei I I . W K " Ut TC V?wS"-' - --- . -mmbkt- y "Wl f! i..ieW"sii?-'' '. 1 --Ht. V1T ST mmmmmmBssmsmmssssmSsssassssssssssssass ifronv-Tuesday's. Dally :s . ' .'something over' fifty Census trus- tees tor such Is their ofllclal title Vegan counting tho. children of Taylor county between the ngeB of seven and seventeen yenra for the school census today. Hhd count will continue until Juno 1 nt which time the rolls of each trustee Will ho turned oyer to County '- S...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 13 May 1910

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