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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 April 1912

1f"M y - ?AOI G am M'CORMICK RAND 1 g i - . - !- md I. . n ILT.I.J J.II1 I ll llll 11.111 II rt IM 'I" 11 -T1 ' '- ADJOURNED i un .t.'ii 31 . WM Jfe i; f irrrriiNS nixwy-iwii ihm.'s oi IMIH'TJIKNT ft MISIJO i:jy. ' OM avij. 1:1 1'j:i.omi:s NEW COURTHOUSE URGED Finds Tnylor County In Fine Slmpo Fliiinclalj anil Free ( of Ilfhl Prjji's Slrlel I in est 111 1 Inn of Prliiw It) .limllei'H. Ablh'iio Tf March !0 1UI2. To lion. Thomas U lilunion JiiiIbo of ilic ')2nil Judicial Dlstrlejl tif Tex- as. Wo (tio yniml jury for thr February lorm of the District Court of Taylor comily Texan n'K IniVis to submit (IjIh oui' final roiiorU W'c have been In Ht'Hslon for twenty one days anil hstvo faiihrwlly and lin- )i:irllnl)y Inquired into and luveitl- ituted nil violations of tho law uiitl irregularities that bttvc conic to out knowledge ami timing our dcllbnru- I lOIIS We llllVl- I'VUIllllc.d koiiid 2r0 wit- nesses and as :i result of such ileliber- atioiiB nnil Investigations wo hstve. returned !(...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 April 1912

"W3RKK 'if "jP'1 "v n j nil mum' i AUH A'OU . Of Interest to Farmers and the Farming Interests BY S. L. NEELT r 4 Purloined Paragraphs Sigh and nothing you attain Work and tho iirizo is won; Tor the nervy man With backbone can liy nothing bo outdone. - ? A y t it your roof nnd yout well both leak fix the well first. I I !! Warm rooms have killed more peo- ple than over froze to death.' Tho bad road tax Is tho hcnIcfit tax tho fanner has to meOU A man who Is always satisfied with himself seldom over pleases anyone elBc. by making n better seed bed na the first essential element of success. A good seed bed Is the toiilidutlon work upon which all -subsetjuont work must depend. Just as tho frame work of a house must bo placed upon a mire foundation1 so imml the begin- :ifnK of the work Irt making crops be- P'Njucrlj done. Those who wait for pointing time to u'tmo and then has- tily titumpt to get tin lanl In good condition for planting will be dlsai- IVtn cd In harvostia's Industrial Co...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 April 1912

fl if f'wrwp w-nfmfT". "' i""1 i ii "T-ryt'v'nfri ii ilnii mi nil Him i h 6-. lrfk-" Aan T ft I 8 Jr i fa X mu uiuuiuii iih booh na tho rinss h nr. r glit-illroctlon ns it will brlns tho 00. im gi uini community closer toscth. or. CnHlo Prices Good In pnj.r f-j. Wild Wnldon of Drndehuw return- oil Wednesday niornlnK from vnvl Worth whofu ho sold n car of f(t hrtf. crs nvornso weight 4ftfi d( n.fiO nnd In the oar ho hud n Pohunl .u ki( uuii iirougiu lilnt $2ij.0O. iiibii jmiuub lor iiom cattle nnd othnr fnrm.nnlinttlB nnd low prices for cot. ton Ih' fnHl-muUIng alavea or the ftp- mora of tho south unci yet we pornM In growing cotton iiil naapow 1 Iiq8i nre facia nnd furtfmr comment In unnecessary. DelcfnfcN to nmirlrf (oufei.ice. On his' )vny to .Merited tst I-Vidnv tho wrltor'fell in with u hip jolly good crowd Of .Methodist uraichorg iintl delegates to tho district confor- onco Which mot (hero that night. Am-ong-'Uio dologntog wore W. c. (Marl; of nurfalo Gap Jni (lllbrcth of Potos...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 April 1912

pwitJtWUiIW MUfrwutomWWWftwri iijim1 i'himi"'i i'iiiiimwj.WWtiilftliHWltJ;!) j.'jiMMwmm wnnMnniiimaimt mu av-Mwrni-m iumii"MtMifuuuu?.-. - I -4 i PAOX stx "- "wm (Conuiutcd from lost vrcoH.) C2C TbeProdigal Judge k VftRgbu Kester V BHWrtH ! CPcwilibt. Ml. TU Botti-MenUi Coattaj) 8VNOP8I8. CHAPTER I. The scene at the erntn ( the Btorv la laid In the llbrarv f mi bid worn-out southern plantation known is mo narony. xno piuce is 10 no sold ind Its history and that of the owners. mo qulntards la the subject of ulscus- jlon by Jonathan Crenslmw a bualtleas nan a airanger Known us maaen and Job Yancy. a farmer when Hnnnlhitl. pVayno Hazard u. mysterious child pf the old southern family makes his ap- pearance. Yancy tells how he udopted the boy. CHAPTER IT. Kfflthflnlpl Fterrln hi. the Barony but the Qulntards deny any miuwieuKu 01 me ooy. tancy to Keep Hannibal. Cnntnln Atnrroll. A frlvmt rf Ihe Qulntards appears and asks ques- luua nuout 1110 juarony. .CHAPTER III. Trouble at Scratch Hil...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 April 1912

- i yv jHWilY tilUfr At FOUR RIVERS FLOOD BANKS AII.SSlSSII'l'I l)i:S M01M1S MISSOV. Itl AM AUKANHAS 11 AM- a II E HicKiniiii lu'iitttck) Scene of Grout Distress Aiiioiij; ISmitbu' of l'co- I'lo .Uoinphis (Jiiiikc Wlict i:wr ltcconled In the CH). Uy AbsnrlntCd Press. HICKMAN Ky. Apt il 2. Flood conditions arc llttlij Imptovcd hero today The scenes tliaL tiro being cn- ii( tod In consctiucnce of tho grout tdicels of wtor which aro spreading out tho oily lire terrible and two thousand people aro utterly without au homos Without doubt there will ho suf feting among Hie unfortunates unless tho waters lecede or food or ulU'Uor aro provided for those who tiro now homeless. 'I hid town h.is never boloie soon null t'oudillons as are now preul1Ihg .ttnong the people of this place and bhotild no mpioomeht be forthcom ing it is expected that many will bo londouMl in cry gieat distiess An in)rocment Js r-agoily looked for by (oiyojio though tlieio is little feign ab et tor it. .Missouri and hin...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 5 April 1912

t .' PAOI HICUtT Tt I 'TntRtirnriWflf! inpwBW" I mm"- I msx THE WOMAM fl?lf ' $3 SO 1 mtu WHO Y rMwW -? -fr 900 nSN .rfZfr V. THE FAMOUS J vK a SH0E ! Universally popular this season are the attractive Colonial and Pump patterns enriched with dainty buckles .icl ornaments of every description "Queen Quality" always a leader in designing new shoe fashions offers an exceptional variety in these much demanded styles. All leathers and fabrics Priced most reasonably $3.50 to $5.00 . jn WIN OB BACK FIMW SXYDKIt. IhMIffi n urn c on i AUSTIN April ?. Tlic supremo court today reversed the judgment of the court ot civil appeals and affirmed the judgment of (he Travis county dis- trict court in the Galveston differenti- al case. It held tlint from the record the application of the dlforentlal sys- tem of rates to and from Galveston was not discriminatory and that dis- crimination not having heen proven the' rates regulations and orders of the commission could not be set aside by the court. Arg...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 April 1912

l)c VOLUME XXXI. REPORT IDE NATIONAL WATERWAYS POUMIS- si on ham important recom- mendations ON CANALS. I L Declares Tin' Federal Gin eminent Within Cnmpiirnlholy None. Put. lire Must Assume Control Some Water Power. By Associated PlOHS. WASHINGTON April T .--Further legislation to'pioteet waterways ng- aiiisi " railway comiiplltlon; to estab lish amicable relations between l)u two iiiid to prompLe federal eo-opora-linn with local interests in construc- tion of canals arc urged in the first icitort of i!ip National Waterways CiiumlsHton made puhllctoiUiy. The report declares that the Feder- al Government within the compara- tively near tiituro must Inevitably as- sume control of some routines of wa- ter power regulation. The commission recommends thai (tuny engineers ho assigned to sup- en iae the proposed canal to connect the Ohio river near Pittshuig with Lake Ki'ie when $10000000 cash and $n(i)0000 in bonds are made available Jy Hi" communities interested. Tin Secretary of War ho...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 April 1912

& TAM TWO 4M It SBMEKLY- REPORTER T ABILENE) PMNT1N0 COMPANY in urn I I ."tatercd rb Bfcond-obBa mall at Abt louo Texas October 14. 1003. Sdml-Weekly ono year $1.00 4BlX Months $ .GO IILLATUI) HONORS TO JOJIX . PAUL .TONUS. I On April in there will bo unveiled nt the Potomnc park In Washington n 4- beautiful nicinorinl to John PniH Jo'tcs -- America's greatest naval hero. ' n'llORr. tlhtinm. ntlll ftinun hnnnriUul .WUU w.... (1. V..WWV """VI .. i whcnfhls body wns brought homo from France arc tardy but bettor Into than novor. It' Is worth recalling that not until SO yeurs after Jones' great victory over the Serapls did our navy honor him by naming a ship after him and it was nn Insignificant little boat at that. Congress never settled' up with 1 Ills relatives for his pay until ISIS ' when approximate justice was done. " About all that Jones over got when living out of Congress was a gold med- ' ' ' nl which was g:ulgInglyvotcd eight years after his principal victory.. Poor Jone...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 April 1912

"' " "' " " ' " ' I -w r-i i M GEO. H. BROWN nn omnrrrrwiniinnrh uk. .vmrrrKmmKh ........ UWIIUIIkV i a MURDER TRIAL STITK ATTOKXKY.S THINK HI'. riiNiKNT n.n hi:ai tIik JtlMTTIKaiPllMUtTlMUi. DEFENDAN T STAND 'lilu.orj 01' Stolen' AflornejM Is Tluit llronit's Ureal Interest n flip Uvnv) Clnj Ileal lie Trlnl In fhiPlH'i'il Hint t Trj II. Special lo The rteporter BAl.UNtilJR To April D. TIiq cllrun was reached this afternoon hi the trial of George H. Ilrown charged with tho murder of Ills wife tm I he night of September 0 Jim when the xlerendnnt wits placed on the Htand and wns put through one of tho fierc- est giillingH In the history of cumin- Glogy. However he told n story that did not vary with Conner statements ex- cept In the mutter of small details His htoiy was thaf he had been up on the fatal nigh) tultltig medicine and was not bound asleep when lie heard some dno step upon the porch where he and his wile were asleep and as he raised his head he was hit a glancing lick on the...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 April 1912

vxmk ou& I H Hi j 1 -i n ! i - '- -J ' I urn nil II i .mm!.. I - - i mmmmmtmmmmimm m hi i - . A ;r ? 't.'Hi' j RCE M' COR MICK T r ' ' -i' ri RALLY FO n i.n I mi' ; ' "" i ii i j ' .i i i i ' i- i i inn- i n : ' ' ' i i.jzit u n . f li ' ' jiL rwm ' ' A OR EON MUlKKAItK Ii:i-'KATHI IN TIIltKL' llAYTMiH 1'IIEIMIIK KOtt gKlUNIIKNttllWUiK. CS it ACTIVE General lln'irtii Federal Advancing On Ksealon nml (Jcnernlu Salazar mid Fernandez Hnrc Keen Ordered Hack South. Special to Tho Reporter. J1M1NEZ Mcx. April C Defeated by tlio rebels at Corrnlltos .liinlnez and Parral tho Federals bavo rallied at the city of Torrcon and started back to the scene of tho battle a sec ond time. General Orozco received word to day at headquarters that Gqiioral Ilcnr- taa' force of Fodcials at Torreon Is advancing toward Escalon tho south- ern outpost of tho army or Orozco and that Hcurta Is already as far north as BornUjello. General Emlllo Canlpa and his rebel udriimnnd were sent south yesterday after t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 April 1912

iAu ni II POWELL ROBERTS OBTAINS ROM WAS TREATED BAD Mi PASO Tex. April 7.Tl'oVill Roboits nffor. being hold in prison by I ho Red FlnggcrB sMco hiBt Monday night wub released lit Cludud .Inure yeutetduy morning at KMfi o'clock. Ruburls was iirrcslod on tho Btmplcion (hill ho Was a Madorlstu spy. During the flrnt twenty-four hours that fol- lowed his arrest Inst Monday night In I ho ltono hall n Juarez ho was given only one moal. Tucadny night he Wub taken to tho City ot Chihuahua to I'lsuul trial and for (he second twenty lour hours of his imprisonment was giou only one moro meal. Roberts urrjvcd In Juarez yester- day morning on tlio National train li'oin Ghlhualiua guarded by Theodoio Franco head of the Red Flug secict aurvjee. lie Was also ncqoinpnnicd by F A. Stevenson brother of Dr. Heiv bert u Stevenson of 101 Raso. When Robots alighted from a train he Went direct to a telepliono and vailed up his wife in this city to tell her or his arrival. Ho was then taken to the headquait...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 April 1912

JT Awflft HXJBh I llllll i III II tllll -t- J i.liiT.iiff. f.itlj r.i A ' y ' .Mv-jt !-iAji''t " -'- JtrUJi: 44. 111 i i . mil n .. TCtaW Gvtara SoWdUfc amp6etf$ "5o.motUo "PVace 3oaus o ttve vYw$ xjVc ovttv aW tta Ys eo ov YVve com- Yu season. Guv u. saudav4 o quaYYY Ys maYwY&Ywed aA mo&evaYe prices v?w&l ". " . . . . '. . biz Seasons caiYTv SYxYes Yu Dresses . Wo are showing I ho choicest creations of tho season In Drosses for Spring and Summer. Those iow Drosses pos- noss a refined simplicity Combined with smart ultra-fashionable features and an ccelnslvoncss that will strongly appeal to the discriminating. Many of the. handsomest models are exclusive no duplicate will he shown. LINEN DRESSES Beautifully trimmed In hand'embroid- ery and crochet; others trimmed In heavy' inoos and hands; several with Persian Silks and MessaJlno trliuming: colors aro white champagne tan natural gray and blue Prices rango from $12f0 to :. Jp35 00 1 NOT GROW APPLES IN M H COUNTRY SILK DRE...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 April 1912

l)c bi lenc SmHJteekto Ujepxrrt volpme sxxi. AlULfiKiWixANrnnirAyfArmii iinii!. M'MIIEK 2JL T I "PUBLIC MARKET DAY" WILL BE MADE MRS PHILIP CAItPEXTER xnVY DANGER LINE or i in A&itiiiAi rriTimr nv nrvii vnni!0 hii HiiiiUAL rcHiunc di mm lunivo HOUSEWIVES' LEAGUE SAY PROMOTERS POPE OF ROME DISH! COUP m am IS NOT DEAD IS WINDING UP NOW SEEM SAFE A VCKSBURG SENSATIONAL HEPOltT STARTED FROM MA Hit 1 1)' SPAIN CATS- III) (Jit EAT EXCITEMENT EXTRAS ARE PUT OUT Newspapers' in Pulled States nntl Tliruiiliont tin- Chlllxcil World Issue SpcelulH Rased On False Report. Hv Associated Press. ROME ITALY April II. A sensa- tional report from the city of Madrid Spain which was spread abroad over the world today that the Pope of Homo the highest ofllclul-in the Rom- an Catholic church was dead caused ureal and Intense excitement in many "parts of the civilized globe. The news of the supposed death of tho Pope had been sent out all over the' earth practically before the city or Rome or unv of the...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 April 1912

t A "H 2PACII TWO - '! 'I i 1 H lM :.-! h i L" 'i w Via hi I v Sfl WEEKLY mm '.V.1 si&s MfflihvAtiti- K- -if - '" fltetrp M lecond-olasa "taalt at Abl- lne. Texas October 14 1003. fcMni-Wofikly 0110 year . $1.00 ilx Monthd $ .50 Speaker Cluuni) Clark wag ilcllghtqd over the news from Illinois Ho said It waa next to liavlns a new baby come to Ills house. Chtcngo voted two to one OKalnut woman fliiffrago. TIiohq Chicago fol lows hnvo ono thing that the women can't got n on and they propose to JtCQP'It. x "' People die from every Imaginable cause. In St. tiouls two people Ins their lives from eating colored Easier Kggs and two people arc seriously III. If the Democrats continue to Poop the record straight there is not much doubt but that our next President will bo a Democrat. Teddy and the big President are kicking up lots pf mud which will be fine fighting material for the Democrats when it gets down to the goneral election. The Temple Telegram thinks that the race for the United ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 April 1912

C fc With Our Country Friends on account of sickness (n his fntn--1 i I. Urookshlre of Potest wna ox- .ii by JUdpo ntnnturi from jury M. in 1 1) la week M HijoiIi wiiB in from llinrla to vliilt l 11 ighbor l.oti Stevens Who la nt tl i ni Hanllurliitu ' unilorguliiis treat- i. n ftn; '.in opetutlon performed u i .iiM and from which he Iiiih. f niliy recovered ii I II. Harden of Tuscola vul- ae in Abilene shopping niiil Vi- nii in-r son Floyd Harden with .Mc- lM. liosu l Teaff qt Merited wan excus- ii i Midge Htanton from Jury scr- i thin week on lU'cnimt of Mr i. v iiKcil falhcr living In tleli nu iieing crmciiny in. in I nraham Ah. Taylor II. Y. i ui anil A U. Cox of Tuscola vul- i .! liii.slni'Hii vIhIIoi'h In Abilene 'I i m1.i a i;lUliis an orritwhile citizen Mliin lull for Ui! past si' years i Mill in lii't Worth passed through .-iiurvi!i enroiite to Hlg Springs .in i luisiru hs trip. s snu-lser of Merke Is In Abi- 1 m tut u lew days visiting his sister t H K. Md'umuui on South I...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 April 1912

JPAQI 1'OUE t i l M (it li ( hi V V if 1 i i i -1 'I I 5 is VJnieslt liakflg a J .( nsVa nnlsnnh 1wv m nrnnMrfiiB tLm. FIRE MARSHAL TAKES STAND A'KAKI.Y ll.VJ'IRH SKSS10X THIS MORNINU IX NOItlllS TIIIAL k l'AKKV UP JY OFFICIAL. TELLS OF FINDING PAPER UMP- - In Pocket of Dr. Morris Which I'Kloi' Tom Edge of Anonymous Letter Which Was Kcechcd by tlio MlnMor. By Associated I'rcBs. ' FORT WORTH Tcx April 10. City Fire Marshal Pcnlngor was on tlio wit ncss Bland nearly all tlio morning to day in the case of'ltcv. J. Frank Nor- lis who Is noV on twal In this city on a charge of perjury and testified to having found a torn half of a sdioet of paper in the pocket of a coat in Ilia bedroom of Dr. Norrls thtf morning nftcn the Baptist pnrsonngo was burp cd. which exactly fitted the torn edge of an anonymouB letter received by Dr. Noiris. This testimony Was given over repeated objections of the Norrls counsel. TUESDAY'S PROCEEDINGS. Ousley on Stand. The first letter introduced was marked exhib...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 April 1912

4 JUVft C orcd thrtt ho'hml no recollection nf tilling tho oxnroRfllon but linil told the Dallno II in marshal uoino of '.tho dr- CtiniHtancoB hntl that Ijo bnd agrpod that tho capo looked mighty miBpi. clqiiB. flenlliggt; ol(l of n bocoiiI vhitt to tlio lfarpoiuiRo oi tho morning of tho II. i' Oil tlio Bpcond vjult ho Was nc (ioinimnlod by Quito Flro Marshal En. gUsh and Superintendent Hlcltlo of tho Plhkerton'doteatlvos. Tlio three went upstalrB. "Wuh tho ittbr that blnfnk ptcco of pnpqr damp?" GHIcBplo iiBkcd. "t WnB a llttlo damp not ub damn an tho paper on the outBldc.'' ' "Don't you know that tho coat wag lying on tho bed and that Shearer got tho papers out of (ho pocket while you wcro not there?" "Ho did not Captain Bishop and myself wore thoro" the wltnouu re- plied. Ponlngor anld he asked She-ir-or foi' tlio impels on tho way from tho paibonago to George White' residence Dr. Norris' temporary tioiflc and (hat Shearer gave him the papers when tho returned to tho lire ball. H...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 April 1912

TAWmt I i - ii i in. I. Hi I ".'.''! ''.''. ' J 1 M LVi J f! i M.( "1 CO-OPERATION NECESSITY AMONGSOU TH'SFARMERS Ilr. Coulter of tlip llurcnii tYtisils Art. iIitwh Cnnimen'tiU run grc"(! nl Nnslnlllr. By AbbocIhIpiI Ptqbb. KASHVILliR TpijIL April 8.-Tlie necessity for co-operation ntuong the farmers of I lip South vib thp kennofe of nn nddretm ttpllverrrt nt thp co-op qrattvp ninil(eting soaslon of tin) South ern Coinntcrclnl Congress here toilny by Dr. Lpo Coultur expert special ng- t'nt of (ho Burpiw of Census tlomrt' input of commerce ami Inbor. With thp atntenienl that mnn Is n 'gregarious animal nn a unsts the speaker pro- ceeded to show how the spirit of co oppintlon nmong nlen manifests It- self In n thousand different forma and in nearly nil lines of human nctlvlty In war nnd peace In government in church and in state this spirit he eald is ever present Indestrutlhlp and vitally esseiitlal until passing nlong "we reach thp. point whpre we find the farmer thoroughly convince...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 April 1912

- '. f "- ! f' t fti4 - ' 5 rAUi icy Ml n iiumuiMl from ItiHt week.) BWgMMll"!""1 ' ' MT?1 I nMMMnnmnMi R TheProdigal tCegfrUbb 1911. TU Oobba-Mcftlil Cb&utar) 8YNOPSI8. ntrAPTRTt I. Tlio sccno nt thft nnnln ff the story Is laid In Dm library of an si l worn-out Houtliorn plantation known lA ihn Barony. Tlio pluco la to bo Bold mil Its lilRtory and that of tllo owners 'tin OulntardB. la tlin nubJect of tllBcun. )l n by Jonathan Crenshaw1 a business n nil a Htrangur known hi Blailon. find ) b Tftjlcy. a farmrr whon Hannibal ayno n.iznro a mysterious cnilu of old sonwiprn rnmny makes til np- inriin'e. Yancy tella how ho adopted t p boy. riArTrjR n.-Nathnnlol Ferris buys Unrnny but tho Qulntnrrin deny any 'in ulcciKO or tno boy. Yancy to keen lannlbpl. Captain Mtlrrrll a friend of j a QuIntanlH appears and asks quea- l ins about tho Barony. CirAPTnn TIL Troublo at Scratch TTI1I. mnry'n homo when Hnnnlbnl g kid- ped by Jjftvo mount. Cuptuln Murrelrs s- it Yaney overtakes Blount give...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 April 1912

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