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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 February 1910

pack hti k ANGELQ II IS REAL HUSTLER TOM GREEN COUNTV SEAT IS A riACE WHERE HUSTLE IS OXhl WATCHWORD. WHAT "THE STANDARD " HAS Metropolitan Newspaper Fully Alircust With Times In Equipment; Ahlleno Party Made Quick" Trip In Cndlllnc Thirty. Frorti Monday 'a Dally i San Angclo "the little city" over on tho two ConchoB has had attractions for the writer for yoarB but not until Saturday Imb tho opportunity to visit her limits been 'offered Leaving Abl- leno at eleven o'clock In a Cadillac 30 with John R. Spauldlng driving A. H. Herring Prof. C H Lewis and the wri- ter as passengers wo had a most de- lightful run to Balllngor which was made In a little over two hours. At Balllngor wo llad a nlco lunch and were ready to continue tho trip. We took tho Paint Itock road and went out on It some 14 miles turning acrosB tho country and getting back to tho Angelo roud' at Allies a thriving llttlo town where the Paint Rock railroad Intersects tho Santa Fe. The runtuis way from Abilene to Angelo ...

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

UWlMlltliV'il'iWWyM . . Jrr.rf.S'v si.j.-w( ytofe vflTfcl..im f .im-wr . -itM MAmkiiitlpWnAMfMtmtyfmj-ii'r ir. iiHniwwtrMPWipftiM'nyww"'"' ... . . ..-... ..jra.. . . f. r...iAfaif...toU4 .Jhmwj'i..)jwn.1urtwiNii '.r) ---- V ' Jf " '"';' 'liiiiWiMi jf I'AOK SIX .iiiI.iiiIII....j ! JM J1) rWMMfoiMitoj T ST A Queer Dream Incited by .Thoughts of Man's Inhumanity. By O. HENRY. ' (Copyright 1KM by McCluro Phillips & Co.J Wo no longer groan and Heap ashes npon our heads when the flames of lophot are mentioned for even the proachdrs have begun to tell us that God Is radium or other or somo scien- tific compound and that the worst wo wicked oucs may expect ls(n chemical reaction. This Is n pleasing hypoth- esis hut there lingers yet Bomo of tho Old goodly terror of orthodoxy. There are but two subjects Upon which one may discourse with a free Imagination nnd without tho possibil- ity of being controverted You may talk qf your dreams nnd you may tell whafyou heard a parrot say. Both Morph...

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

"V PAGE SEVEN t ' 5 . I HALELY'S COMET WILL BE - VISIBLE EARLY IN MHY . j A&tronoiiicr Writes Interesting Com biiinlciitlon to Paris Edition of Herald. Disappeared until 1095 Camlllo Flammarlon of tlio Obser- vatory of Juvlsv writes tD the' Pnrln fidllon of the Now York Harnl.1 mi mJlWJNES LIST OF ELIGIDLES torestlfur communication ronapilimr. Halley's comet which it Is claimed will bo seen wJth the naked oyo after May 21 and hardly at all before tno end of April. The comet will disap- pear this year and will not put In an appearance again until tho latter part of tho twentieth century possibly in 1085. Tho communication follows. Observatory of Juvisy Jan 13 l'JIO To tho Editor of the Herald: The meeting of Halley's comet and tho earth in tho month of May next be- gins perceptibly to occupy people's minds. It is important thnt wo should give exactly an account of the astro- nomical conditions of this OVcnt and I now malte it my duty to put before tho eyes of our readers a plan p...

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

' '$m&JW&mimmHWtotomuxmw nftwjy.!.!! t"lllMl;Mi)tWPWWl'JI'tWUlinMiWltlliiMittliW TH Tiw...ai.W .-n6..JWiwfcirtiilh(iliMinljii.liwimii.iAi1... 1 i .MitJil-jM' P 3i i tfW "!)' It PBWWWsnW i a o i ' light ? f yfllWWWPWB!MtpWWw GOOD PORK CROP BRIN6SGI UNIQUE MATER WHEEL IS . AMONG NEW INVENTIONS A m 'tiiniiKiiMMiiniKMm DOWN MORTGAGE BURDEN WE SELL PEERLESS PATTERNS PRICE lO CENTS Plant Hogs and Gather Dollars the It Wl Hnn In Any Depth of Water nnd Cnn bo Built Quite as Cheaply as an Engine. ' Slogan of Modern Farmers Who Have Enriched TlicniHclrcs. K&x Titers (ioWows Avewawd Svks 3AvjaTAce sVpm&TAs o vc tvcxd faWvcs fat svcuv m Vbmv. veccVvjea. "KcvJ51ubws "Kcxd Cottoxv 5ooa5 aua "fcUxn SWfcs- axe wotd Vtctvq sVvotow Vxv awxmW 6 xvcxd xneaes axva tbWvcv&s. "dVve fad WvaVastor comes vs oar TV6aTw66 xdbbs bovW Wvav viaviaV xnW ca far eatWw ra$uvq aaat vbtvcc Wvese eau svoxdxvqs of v& tvcto spxuvQ faWvcs toiW. vavjo sacAaV Vw.ms ot xwaw ". m ' ' "fcU ASDVvWe. Soota...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 February 1910

t&f$ ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY f FARM REPORTER ABILENE. tfEXtlS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18 1010 VOLUME XXV. NUMBER 31 V1: 3ov Cwses &o a au&i Comta& OF FOUND BY BOYS A GRUKSOMH DISCLOSURE MADE YESTERDAY NINE MILES EAST OE HAIRD. CORPSE 1 DOUBLE TRAGEDY ENACTED AT TRUBY JONES COUNTY . . -I . - ' ' I ft IvV A u Latham Shoots Step Own Throat BBB-HH' Mi IS INSANE WAS WALKING IN PASTURE WITn GIRL WHEN THE ACT WAS COMMITTED WAS A BRIDE OF TEN DAYS Mrs. Jessie Cypert Victim of Lathaln; llnd Been Married to Henry Cypert Short Time. All Parties Prominent. - From Wednesday's Dally i One of the Baddest- tragedies In the history-of Truby a Jones county town 22 miles north of Abilene was enacted yesterday morning about ten o'clock In tho Hampton pasture one mile west of that town when a man by the name of Latham presumably In a fit of insan- ity shot' and kilted his step-daughter airs. Jessie Cypert arid afterward cut Ma nwn throat dying alniost'lnstah- taneously. The bodies of both were found...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 February 1910

K( WjftHflM nWMf-J fcnfar.AmHiw(iji!.iWiiri miin i'wwii.. i"liiililwMllIIMWWltWlillllWf "jtor. T" 9. The Mysterious Mr. Raffles Will Visit Our Store zmrnmmamBmmM&wiwm3egM!fi Sometime Saturday Afternoon Between 3:30 and 5:30 O'clock f I'l . t . I Remember to Say: "You are the Mysteri- ous Mr. Raffles of the Abilene Daily and Sun- day Reporter) the pa- per that reaches nine- ty per ct. of the homes in Abilene.' SL. Be on hand early and vatch him if you can. He will be disguised of course but look sharp and you may win the Reporter's $50.00 in gold. If he is detected Remember to Say: "You are the Mysteri- ous Mr. Raffles of the Abilene Daily and Sun- day Reporter the pa- per that reaches ninety per cent of the homes in Abilene." while in our store we will give his lucky captor if a lady her qhoice of a pair of our best Queen Quality Oxfords or Pumps; if a gentleman his choice of any $5 Stetson Hat in the house. 0fm In honor of Raffles' visit and in order that all may gain some prof...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 February 1910

' t I" ' X i-AOK thkrr. ' Charming and Cassy Spring Goods New and Distinctive Dress Goods and Siks-.-New Neckwear. New Hair i Goods and Specialty Notions The Prices Were Never Lower Muslin Underwear 25 to 50 Per Cent Undervalue Ladies Styish Footwear New Ties and Pumps in Both Patent and Vioi Kid V b pa AV. tTIUC WJV-. JJSSiY 17 7 i I 0mS!lf 7ocLADIES GOWNS cut full of good mus- lin und attractively finished for 4Tc $1.00 LADIES GOWNS made of good' long cloth with .beautiful finish and trimmings- for .jri1'.f.-QBo 0T1IEU GOWNS. madeJITrlWlongcIotlj circular yokes. trlmma'WUMTInoJAWrman vals and emhpricry at yitSMttntur. . . $1 69 LATHER MIfSLIN SKIRTS: all newfcjrtxulll and trunnion elegantly. innh finiinpo. ar. tmr c.Mt tinder vjrfirc'at. . .. . S ' .59c ai LADIES BETTER SKIRTB. nMAe of msAnaUtml J.7 incbjTOunco at tractively finished with tutks.bands jimyfatita at $L19J3 and $2 89 85c LADIES l)RAWEnS;nadeogood materijull cut wido hem- stitched flounce special atTTT. lift"' ' c 150...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 February 1910

T- Jf K TAGK FOUR r Jm i 0' J. li -I v l : i 4 i f Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm 'Reporter BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. PUBLISHERS. PubilBhcd on TuoBdny and Friday of & week ut 1028 North Second Street Abilene Texas 8U1ISCKIPTI0N RATES: Oho Year ..... ....... . i.00 Six Months .50 Any erroneous reflection upon tho charactor Rtandlng or reputation of any person firm of corporation which may appear In tho columns of The Abilono Seinl-Wcekly Farm Roportoi will bo gladly corrected upon Ha bolng brought to the attention of tho firm. letters portalnlner to. business should be addressed to thq papor or some par- ticular department hut not to Individ- uals as In their absonco their mall trill not be opened. Drafts checks and postonice or express ordors Bhould be made payable to the ABILENE HUNTING COMPANY 'Application ipado to havp this Publica- tion entered nt tho Postofflco at Abi- lene Texas as second class mall matter. o a ANNOUNCEMENTS. O a XfB&&(tf&&&&&f)3(8...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 February 1910

V? "' ! f r TAOK FIVK. Weather rejiorld for tonight Indicate a gradual rising tomporaturc lUHsuoro . 14 Above. 4 k h Commoxv Setvsei "SVyWcVs A W. Dattghtry Nugent Tcn.3 5 HIIXSnORO Fob. 17. UillBboro experienced tho BevorcBt weather of tho'soason during tlio loat twenty four .. . ..!.. I hours and today tho tompornturo is x tnouKiit i wouiu write a snort mnn tor creuu ior iour years i am fourtpon abovo. ThrCo inches of snow piece to yout welcomo paper that com- 'not 'a stout man by any meats and men cover the ground and drifts aro from rS to mo onco a week and describo our that arfc Blout and able to work can do eighteen to twenty four inches dcop. country ovor uora in jones county i-mucu uouur uiuu i wvvo uouja n ihoj Hvo about four miles from Nugent in' will slick to their work as 'I have.) Tno mo n chlldrcBs the Bhlnnory hotter known as 'tho Ho might as well Bay ho hns had good mm nntca nvi.' i-T'i.- ---..... Sticks Wo have whltd Bandy laud luck. Well. I'll toll you my luck ..r"...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 February 1910

- " 1 i' J..11 ii.i i i 'Up1 1" -.. .t..M..i'W'.i'ifci..).Wi..yW'MW"' Imlfttiiii tf y . n...i. y.l 1 - i l'Vl SFV K f: I y - PIRES 10 BUILO WWPH IE SIflttf u. . jV! iA ("! L'. InrMfjM JKfcn iiUH II tOl'KUTV OWNER FKOM IALTAS lhh ERECT TWO STORY MUCK llUlLMNti. Cottolene Comefrom Dixieland! CONTRACT WITH ALEXANDER The source of lard is against and throw your stomach out of u Loral l'hjsIc'Jnii Will Fill With Brick mid Concrete Mltldlo Fart of FlrsttSlory Wall or Ills TwolStory IJulldlng TKi cnirri nt flntioletie if DlcaMIll from the cotton seed grovJh in th imnrWprl nrlnrlcss and nfutral ii tas never tmich the oil fromfvvhicl frA.nrn frtnd mav not cause indigestion nv .w.. J . . . iltcrut it wiHfbe only a matter of luck it it docsn t. -the product is healthful JThe oil is extracted zldgfbt the Sunny Souths It is then rennea ana l . mimT i 1 I 1 From CottohheUrto Kttcfiert' numan nanas r B fcTit m L Success Sulky Plow (j A Framole riow that WillrUit a Lifetime is made. It now appears ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 February 1910

.; PAflK SKVKN wmmmmm f I f r ' i . . . i r I It v Abilene Country Farmer? What They're Doing Have Done and can do. -: By S. L N. Mi mL BJSEIS5gB3gB "i -i:CBgggESBg ZHHZjB from HIllBboro wob In' Abllctto on business Saturday nnd tho wrltor wnB glad to make his ncqunlntnnco and learn fronl him that ho is well pleased with his movo to this country' Tho yqung man llvos with his rather A. W Flrirth on tho Mlddletou old rahch northwest of this city. .1. MrsAiOKS Jiu'rOJtNs fkom ARKANSAS WITH JIELl'HATfi J. S. Simmons a young farmer liv- ing on Sam Schomlck's farm on Dead- man returned InBt week from Arkan- sas whero lib went on a purely busi- ness trip. Having Jived hero long enough to sco that there is health happiness ahd a.-plonty for tho man who. will work ho wisely decided to livo aloilo was not business and ha went and selected a companion from among tho playmates of his boyhood. Sensible! OAi'S I. 0. 0. F. AND W. 0. WS I1UY RUSINL'SS HOUSE AKII HALL. The WoodshopporB and three-lin...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 February 1910

-i-.Alg i- i .... tintiirta-i n.tr .. w.nitjy.i. ...! i .. .i. mi nM..t. j.j.Ii..j..ii.)wI1m 1 1O11 i. .un.mvit.iii in ( mm Mla(la antlHi0'lri Mni'WWiifaiiiiiiK ii"W iu Ku0imSSSu!3mS!i!!7SS iPHl0tS3SS!S3"' -(? PAGE EIGHT A WANT AD. MUny Save You Money In Mofe'( Ways Than One. t-y a Want AO. j FOK SALE Oil Tit ADR A nlco soda fount J. F. Clark. 2G-5t-d St-v 00 TO MeNATT & CO. grain dealers. I North First Btroet for flour. Satlsfac-' Hon gttaarntcod. 1-25-w-I i.ni? hai.r All marble soda fountain at bargain. W D. Berryhlll grocery-'rpi jiian 43C Pino Btrcet. 27-d2w3. 1 FOR SALEFOR SAKE Good socond hand runabout bugky for wood 1710.d wrJ IC-ltd-wIt ..i- . ' feed. Dr. C. T Scot' FOR SAIjE Fruit hnd Bhado trcos. ; Evergreens and rosa. Pino St Nur- scry. Hi WntcrsMgr. S. W. Phono 491 Dlack. IF YOL' WAf a good genuine Jersey cow seo Of P. AVarron 3.0 Butternut J Btrect. L 27dCwl 1 FOR SaLe-A good "Jack and Boino Jersey cdws anil Bomo good pony hors- es. Applk at wagon yard N. E. Corner ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 February 1910

( ft Vf ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER VOLUME XXX. ABILENE. TEXAS TUESDAY FEBRUARY 22 IMO. NUMBER 22. nswslii' c ' U COUNTY GOUT SON OPENS JUDGE BLEDSOE STARTS THINGS AT SCHEDULE HOUR WITH DOCKETS HEAVY CRIMINAL DOCKET TAKEN UP Trial of Criminal Cases Will Consumo Week's Session After Which Cases on -Civil Docket Mill bo Tried. aas?B!$sa The Petit furors. v D. S. Kauffman G. W Keith G. D. Hulsey S. L. Neoly 0. 'C. O'Neill Ed Rolsel" M. C. Hill Geprpe P. Scott C. ty RobertB George Scales R. A. Humble. ErneBt'Phllllps E. W T. Comp ton A. B. Cunningham T. P. Simlngton. a a a a aaaaaaoaaaaaaao The February term of county court opened at nine o'clock this morning far a session of three weeks Judge T. A. Bledsoe presiding. Court opened with the petit jurors present a number of visiting and local .attorneys behind the lawyers' railing and crowded dockets both civil cri- minal and probate. Tomorrow is appearance day and at the beginning of the morning ses- sion the dockets will be called...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 February 1910

aUUM CTT ? It h i jtHHtmuMmmmiiii II TRUXTON KING .ytf Story of ....GrattstcirL ! By GEORGE DARR MXUTCHEON JT Copyright 1909 by Georrfe Birr a nciuicneon CopytUhi. (909 by Oodd. Mead 41 imnniii in n 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 CHAPTER VII. AT THE WITCH'S HUT. IN tuc meantime our excellent young friend. Truxton King was having a sorry time of It. It all be- gan when lie went to the cathe- dral In the hope of seeing the charming aunt of the little prince once more. Not only did he attend one service but nil of then) having been assured that tho royal family worshiped there quite as regularly nnd as religiously as tho lowliest communicant. She did not wjlpcar. More than all this lie' met with fresh "disappointment when he nniblod down To the armorer's shop. The doors were locked and there was no sign of life ibout the shuttered place. The next day King made a purely Justness call nt the shpp of Air. Spantz. Bo looked long with n somewhat A WANT AD. Many Save You Money in More "Ways 1-han One. Try a ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 February 1910

t'AGK TI1KEE. k A CHAP'Jfai IX. BTnAJinn uisAPfiiAnAcKs. Biit Hobbs Imllcd his nind (light lie deckled to return to the I hut. Ills friend might be In 'desperate need Of nld Then with his liuitrt in his mouth he slowly begun to rotrnco hid steps walk'' Ing where III hud galloped n moment before. A Him In the road caused him to drnw rein shnrply. A hundred yards nhcad Ave or six men wcro struggling with a riderless bay horse. "By JoVcl" ejaculated Hobbs "It's bis horse!" As ho drew tienrer It struck him forcibly that the men were not what I ho had thought them to be They were an evil looking lot. mora like tho strik- ers he bad seen In the town earlier In the day. Even ns ho was turning the now thought over In his mind one of them stepped out of the little knot and without a word of warning lifted his arm ntnl fired point blank' fit the little nugllshman. A pistol ball whizzed close by hi head. Ills horse leaped to the side Of the road In terror al- most unseating him. But nobbs had ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 February 1910

I $- Jari h a- . MAifwf jAAIMffMiwtN wppwwff YAflti MVK Abilene Semi-WeeKfy Farm 'Reporter MY ABILENH PRINTING COMPANY PUBLISHERS. Published on Tuesday and Friday of ach week nt 1028 North Second Street AWlonc Texas SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oao Year ....... .tM$l00 Six Months ..................... .60 Any erroneous reflection upon tho .character Btnndlng or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in tho columns of Tho Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Roportor will bo gladly corrected upon its being V brought to tho. attention of tho firm. Letters pertaining to business should bo addressed to tho paper or some par- ticular department but not to Individ- uals as In their absence their mail will not bo opened. Drafts checks rod postofilco or express orders should bo made payablo to tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. Application mado to have this Publica- tion entered at tho Postoffico at Abi- lene Texas as second clasb mail matter ooacttctoao aoaoaoaa Q 1 v & ANNOUNCEMENTS. O KB...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 February 1910

'AOK fitts - JsJ ' "iwveV $Amc& .Slwi o ve "Kev& Ifta-meA T&ece "MDVvo "VJDvVV Tkeslta tate ' ' CoptrlchleJ I9V6 tlf Mti. Jcicphlnc Renncll 4 k A ( In a remote hnmlct badCcnat lived tn dfcthuro maiden tuid bashful young man who had for some yonra been liv- ing with hut one hopo and tho same ob- ject. They were both hopolQss vic- tims of "loYo-mlcrobcs" and wero do- ing raoBt effectual -work under tho di- rection of Cupid hlniBolf. Harry sud- denly "woko up" and decided that pro craBtlnatlon was the thief of tlmo and bliss and Immediately sot about to bring matters to a focus. "Hcttle. may 1-1-1 or I but h6 took a header over bashfulness "Again' would you oo-oo-or."' This time Hettlo came to Ills rescue with n sweet "Yes Harry dear I-cr I've been trying to Bay yes all this tlmo and I mean It too' If er do do" and to'thlB day Harry Insists that he popped tho question. Very soon thero was a wedding and It was not much longer before Uncl& BUI of Abl-. leno wrote of fusfv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 February 1910

4-t&4V Ju Urn.- ' f.'' '"TTT i "T I ".'i. i.ll '- i"" III i . i i" WANTED 10 BOY FLAHES DES LAND NEAR HERE DISAPPOINTMENT OF LOUISIANA FARMER AM) HOG RAISER SINCERELY KEEN. HE HAS HIS EYES ON THENT lit C. Lcggctt of Lognnsnort Liu States Ho "Mill Do Jfpxt Host Thing nriil Settle Down In Til) lor Count. From Saturday's Dally: x B C Legott n prosperous farmer of I.ogansport Do Soto Parish rmlal.tna who had been a prospbetor In tho Abi- lene country loft yesterday afternoon on tho 4:27 westbound train (or front on 'i similar trip. Mr Legett has nothing HI ti say of Abllone. He liked the Central City from the tlmo he rodo Into the city lie states he did his best to And a suitable location -in the Ablleiid coun- try but falling in this. lias had his eyes on Trent which hq bollfvs 3 n coming- place. "I Imve some ready money to In- vest" said Mr. Legett "as I have dis- posed of most of my Louisiana hold- ings. I have seen the Abltcr.a country literature and on persons scrutiny flnd tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 February 1910

- rf ?i "Vr f "V y '4i v r "Rfl a?AGE mi h V !i . COMMITTEE IS THROUGH WORK FINAL REPORT TURNED IN TO (JOVKRNOR CAMPBELL SAT. UIIDAY AFTERNOON. FINANCIAL CONDITION BAD Although System linn llccn Apparently linn on Good Ruslucss Unsls tlio Rookkcoplng Has llcon Dono In Slip-Shod limner. Special to Tlio Roportor. AUSTIN Fob. 10 Tho leglslntlvo commlttco which investigated tho Tox- na penitentiary syBtom today submit- ted to Governor CamphoR Jts flnnl ro- port dealing with the financial condi- tion of tho prisons and while tho re- 'port Contains nothing startling in na- ture there are sonic big discrepancies shown. It is stated that these aro for the most part duo to careless book- keeping as was announced by tho com mlttce at Huntsvllle recently The reports shows tho net earnings of the system $863000 and of that about $75000 is still due the system In tho ilrep account. Tho commlttco re- commends that financial agent Barton make an effort to collects these ac- counts. Declaring that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 February 1910

I SSfi?- V i -. 4.'hifcNM"-' paue EIOHT FIREMEN WILL PETIT FOR A SENIORITY BASIS Brotherhood Will Extend Contest for Itciircscnlqtlou From T. & P. to All ttic Ilomls. FORT WORTH Feb. 19 It becnnio Anown hero today that the Brother- hood of Rntlway .Flromon and Eu- gineermen will commonco a general campaign throughout the country to enforce seniority contracts instend of keeping up thin fight on a single line. Hitherto the "brotherhood carried on the contest wlfti tho Texas & Pacific railway only. This fact explains tho ninny secret meetings hold by Union officials hero during the- fiast several months. the firemen demand that their broth erhood bo put on an equal seniority with tho onginecrs and have a right to representation when grievances of any nature affecting the two orders Joint-1 ly arise. OPEN DOOlt POLICY IX PANAMA NO SPECIAL PRIVILEGE THERE WASHINGTON Feb. 19 Secretary of War Dickinson today declared there shall be no favoritism as between tho steamship companies ...

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