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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 February 1910

WEEKLY FARM REPORTER t ABILENE VOLUME XXX. JBILENE TEXAS FRIAY FEHUARY 2." 1010. number 2X. SEMI MOUNTED POLICE ARRIVE OH SCENE TO ASSIST IN KEEPING ORDER AMONG STRIKERS DUIltNG STREET CAR RIOTS STRIKERS SENT TO PRISON Philadelphia Court Officials Lftdlo Out Sotcr Punishment to Offenders Who uro Sent to Prison mid- County Jail. By Associated Press. PHILADELPHIA PA. Feb.24 Four companies of Pennsylvania state mounted police two hundred In num- ber. all heavily armed and under or ders to enforce order evenat tho .cost i Of human lives arriyeu iieru wi' - W day and camped a Bhort distance from the seat of the trouble. They win assist in maintaining order while the Philadelphia Rajrltt Transit Company attempts to operato cars. Today's summary of the past three .lave nf upnaelesa rlotlnc places the cas- ultles at three dead half a dozen or more persons In critical condition in the city hospitals and more than a thousand suffering from lacerations inflicted by flying bullets police clubs ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 February 1910

y- W rf ? f ' VP. w i r y &w ' f M v" r w t TAflK TWO tAuM Mi.u if yi 'r V IB" Abilene Country Farmers What They're Doing Have Done A. W. Iluyncs of tho Hamby district (Hys whont and oats in his Boctlou arc feeding moisture. J. M. and Mrs Huckor of near Caps ytcto In Monday buying garden seeds and will plant soon. ' Joff Williams of Nngont says qats are dnmngod but he thinks tho freez- ing weather that did It will bo of in- estimable value In other ways. G. W. and Airs. Bennett of Tyo wore Jn Abilene Monday buying household oodsi M. W. Carr whom wo i eportcd a few -weeks ago as having tho finest field -of whoat In Jones county gayB thoy are still growing1 and looking well. O. h. Wood of Moro spent Monday la Abilene. He says his land is in flno condition for plowing but a light rain would help small grain. J. A. Carey has returned from i Visit to his brother in Galveston and re- ports the greatest time of his life. D. J. Holllngshend and Ben Holly wore In after lumber palings etc...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 February 1910

... i"..T-i .:. ' "' i.tmmimmmmmmmimmimmmmmmmmmmmmm Smmu prr ' j"i fffPfS' 7ir V ! " i aOI? thkkr. 4 IV I k S K a p V n ft'. M 1 f Vou VW (se Abilene Min eral wvazer You Will Laugh Too YOU GET RESULTS It is'.the Best Water Used by the Best People and recommended by tho following Abilene doctors: J. D. Magoe A. J. Popo.R.E.kMenslmw 1 W.Hollls Sllau Ballard A. E Davis J. F. Peek S.C.Gage CM. Cash C.T Scott S. M. Alexander!. M. Aloxandor C. W Sklppor L. A. Qrlzzard F.E.HaynQS W. H. Barnott S. R. Catcs M. D. & It cures Indigestion ionstlpatlon headache kidney and liver troubles rheumatism and female troubles. If you use this water you get results. Abilene Mineral Wells Co. CRIMINAL DOCKET E I t'OIJXTV ATTORNEY A BUSY MAN RUSHES CRIMINAL CASES TO EARLY CLOSE JURY HEARS 1LDEN CASE Number of Picas of Guilt) Entered and County Attorney 0ersliIncr Dismisses 'Various Cases on Criminal Pocket From Tuesday's Dally: County court convened tils morning with tho criminal docket still engross- i...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 February 1910

"TIwnSfT'VJ - JNf y- ;- -A 1 3TAGK t'OUlt uPwiwtM i i. Abilene SemiXOcMy Farm Reporter Xtf ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY PUBLISHERS. Polished on Tuesday and Friday of i week at 1028 North Second Street AWleno Texas SUHSCHIPTION KATES! Oae Year ....$100 isiii Months ......... ............ .50 .Any crroneoiiB reflection Upon tho character standing or roputatlon of any person firm or corporation which ay appear In tho columns of Tho AbUono Semi-Weekly Farm itoportor -will bo gladly corrected upon Its being brought to tho attontlon of tho firm. betters pertaining to puslncss should ibe addressed to tho paper or some par- ticular department but not to Indlvld--aals as In their absence their mall -wiU not bo opened. Drafts checks -sad postofllce or oxpreas orders should e made payable to tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. Application mndo to have this Publica- tion entered nt the Postoffjco at Abf- Jeao Texas n8 second class mall matter. it mmm i MOORE DIED LAST NIGHT JHN WILLIaM MOORE 1'IOXlXIt CI...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 February 1910

$ t y ?T ?in"m -AGK FITE. --i-- '- .f...W. Today's Express Brought JUs preti Miiitci Dry Goods Go ' skirts in noveltv weaves and -patterns. T from $4.50 Tai 1 'iloredrand loj to $12.50. We have also just received a line ot wny . .. . - . .. t l 4 t fl rt 1 i waists new auto coats new serge coats neWvens new linen. ana nnene new' ;ailored suits. Come in and let us snow you lew styles. M "T V ft. i Y m k? i M1NGUSBR0S.&C0. We Have It If It's Anything in Men's Duds r r BOYS DON'T FORGET EASTER March 27th i lng heart of tho young "Woman. "Ilest of mlntl " mutters she "rest of mind" Bhe repents and then with a low curtsey; "I thank you sir you have taught mo the right wnyt" Agnlri tho declaration to tho man In tho moon of her undying passion for the gambler Jack Stool alias TV Blocksomo Heddlngton by th6 viva- cious and wholly ndorablo Kitty Is not only very pretty but strikingly dramatic. Miss Kitty by tho way Is Ideally suited to her part and inter- prets her lines with marked flro...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 February 1910

rf v.uir. six g ' -f" SECOND BLIZZARD WITHIN 3 WEEKS T I RAGING THnOUGHOU NORTHERN ND WESTERN SECTIONS OF TRE COUNTRY I'pcclnl to Tho Iteportcr F0I1T WORTH Feb. 23 Acccrrdlug to reports rrcolved hero today from all sections of Texas tho blizzard which struck Central and Western Tox 8 jestcrdny ftftcrnoon nnd last night is general. Tho predictions aro fpr twenty degrees weather tonight and tomorrdw In -Northern Knstorn nnd Western sections of tho state and free ing temperatures as far south as tho gulf. SInco early this morning the4 tnercuryjrus been slosvly falling hero and at noon u slight snow was falling Heavy Snow In Oklahoma. Tt'LSA 0K1A. Feb. 2.7 Tho second cold wave within thiqo weeks time Is today gripping the eastern tfertloris of Oklahoma. A heavy snow Is falling here accompanied by north winds of hurrlcano force. Hcrorts received from other sections of Oklahoma Indi- cate that tho cold weather nnd snow nro general and indications for tonight arc that the thormometor will ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 February 1910

1E istWV .. .. .fa. ivM't'M'l'frHMH''ll'M"Ml'4H"H tt-lH"I"l"I"t"l"l"tM"I"I"ltHt 1 I I 1 1 4 X 4. This - i . i. Should Interns You You Will pind at the Busy Corner and Cultivators r ! wn jm JM COLTMS d s Soatie Other Lines on Which You Save Money Investigate This It Will Be of in- terest to You. Don't Pass This Oppor-tunity--See Us First. MORGAN WEAVER COMFNY jj i.)yyyytjfejy y ff I I!- tff j t.T4..-4)-! PRESIDENT TAFT WU.L YIS1T TEXAS NEXT NOVEMBER WASHINGTON Fob. 21 President Taft today told a committee of the Trans-Mlsslsslppl Commercial Con- gress consisting ot Col. Ike Pryor of San Antonio Col. Fred W Fleming of KanBas City Senator Warner of St. Louis and Representative Slayden of San Antonio that lie would be glad to gor to San Antonio! in November to attend tho session of the congress and furthermore that it is likely that ho will go. Ho approved of tho idea of lnterestin gthe Latin-American coun- tries in the congress and said that he would do all that lay in his power to bri...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 February 1910

rOK KlflJIT Plenty of money to loan on farm and Ranch lands at eight per cent interest. My Company gives the best contract ever offered the borrower. We give you the privilege of paying or not paying So if you wantto make a losn be sure and investigate my con tract A WANT AD. Many Save You Money in More Ways Than One. Try a Want Ad. FOR SALE OR TRADE A nice sojrfa fount. J P. Clnrk. 26-5t-d 3t-w GO TO McNATT & CO.. grain doalors North First street for flour. Satisfac- tion giiaamteed. 1-25-W-4 i-UK HAUU. Alt murine uu ...- n fm a - 11 ...I l.t nn.ln fniil(ntn lit bargain. W D. Berryhill grocery- roan43G Pine street. 27-d2w3 FOR SAI -Good Bccond hand runabo d or feed. Dr. C. TT Scott. 16-ltd-w4t FOR SALE Fruit and shade trees. EverErecns and roses Pine St. Nur- Bery. H. Waters Mgr. S. W. Phone 1B1!L i 1 lSS cow see C. P. warren "n"1 ... ; . J FOR SALE A good Jack and some Jersey cows and some good pony liors- es. Apply at wagon yard N. E. Corner of postofflce Snuare. oujm A STRAY...

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

r ; v " ?; Mf' ' W -f - ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER VOLlfIKE XX V. UMBER 2L ENGLISH a DISH COURT SESSIONS OPEN WAR VERffUKELY FOR USUAL TERM GERMANY TAKING CENSUS OF ALL AVAILABLE MEN IN THE VN1TED STATES SEVEN WEEKS OF 11 A KB LABORS FACE THE COUltT AND THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY jJfifWTV " r ABILENE- TEXAS ITEKDAY MARCH 1 tOltt. M GERMAN ovvs DISTRICT COURT I ' N e . I ei .' " ......... JKr- . a TOOPEIIOMT Syf'. WS 2-s.IF) XJaw1 W ! v4X.r Eh Ift SOME BEING ! TRANSPORTED Unnaturalized Gcrmnns Hao Been Ex- 'nnilncd Aski-d to Conic to GnHcs ton Then Oh on Passport to Their Fatherland. v FORT WORTH Feb 28. Whether or not Germany Is preparing for war with England or some other country or whether she is meroly getting her- self In a position to know the number of soldiers that could be mustered In case of an emergency she Is btv- lng notice on all of her available ci- tizens in tho United States to be ex- amined to ascertain whether or not they are still fit for military service. In vi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 1 March 1910

TAQM TWO mmfcaMakoMti I j I IHIH M-M l Story of ...mGraustarfi I By GEORGE BARR M'CUTOHEON IS Copyright. 1909. by Georrfa Dirr ' MeCutchecm Cwrisht. 1909. by Dodd. Neid B ; ComDnf itinniiiiiiniimiiiii CHAPTER X. THE mOX COONT. WIIEN King ! the klndhcss of his heart grasped the old woman to keep her frotn fall- ing to the floor he played dl- ectly Into the hands of very material genclcs under her control. The next sstant something struck him In the -Stece. Then with a fierce jerk this same object tightened nbout his neck. A noose had been dropped over his ead. As he was pulled backward his startled bulging eyes swept the cell- tog. Above him a square opening had A WANT AD. May Save You Money in More Ways Than One. Try a Want Ad IR SALEFOR SALE Good second Tiand runabout buggy for wood or feed. Dr. C. T. Scott. 16-ltd-w4t YOU WILL FIND ME at Trantham's & Darby's on Chestnut street paying highest cJfsh price for chickens and eggs. W. H.. Tinnin. w4t FOR SALE A pair of largo work ho...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 1 March 1910

-a j m li f TV. 'rsitdishl'' cotnmndcd Wllllnrrt Spaiita. "We neurit ehlldi en" Turn- 1MB to KlWf. 1" wcht on n tobch of kindness In his voice: "Cheer her If you can. alio Is run tif'your class. Do ( tfot let tlie lights fin out." Raising his hnlids he fnlrly droTi the odierrt from the duorwny. For n time King stood In Ills corner watching the llguw huddled ngnlnst the oitiiDtttc wnll. Suddenly lie started forward his eyes wido and slnrlhg. lie lmd seen Hint gray riding lialilt before. Two eilgdr Heps he took mid thou lialtcd half wny "(I rent John villi!" ho gasped unbelieving. "i'Oul My' Hod la It youtfjf BMlroppcd to his knee before her peering Into her startled ovos. - ro'S "ram-iTTOor ijretl tear stained face. She shrank awny from him. "What In it V Where am I?" she loaned. "Oh let me go! WImt have i done that you should bring me hero? 4iCt me go Mr. King! You are not so wicked as" ' "I r bring you bend" he Interrupt- ed aghast. Then ho understood. Ut- ter dismay tilled his eye...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 1 March 1910

"vnr i'wi .' Abilene SemiWeeRly Farm "Reporter BY ABILENE- PRINTING COMPANY PUBLISHERS. Published on Tuesday and Friday of wh week nt 1028 North Second Stroot AMlcnc Texas SUHSCHll'TION KATES: Oae Year ...$1.00 Six Months .GO i i ii i in ..-..- Any erroneous reflcctiori Upon tho character standing or roputatlon of say person firm or corporation which amy appear In tho columns of Tho AWlcno Scml-Wcokly Farm Hoportor will bo gladly corrected upon fts bolng fcronght to tho attention of tho firm. JjeUors pertaining to business should to addressed to tho papor or some pnr- tkrolar dopartment but not to lndlvld--Bals as In their absence their mall -will not bo opened. Drafts checks aad postofllec or express orders should fee made payable to tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. NUBBEO KI6 BV THUS MADE EXILE JiADV CONSTAM E JU( IIAIUISOV A PLUCKY WOMAN I SPITE EOVAL DISPLEASURE. a SHE DACE VISITED ABILENE Guest of the StorrlU's on Ham Lnmrus Ranch Ainiiscd Other Uucsts ) Entrancing Methods In Danc...

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

. ik nvti m.wmLiiL..J mxaammxxi STRIKERS IKE A Newspaper In Every Home Aiming High But At The Mark raggi . DEMONSTRATION f h Efc As tlio dajB go by Tlio Reporter's canvnsB for new subscribers bccomos inoro and more successful and tlio pramium offer becomes more popular. A significant fact In cohncctlon with this pnpcr'B circulation Is that the few peopio who try to do without It ntter having talton It for a while lnv.ftilably corao back to It. When peopio beconio acquainted With The Reporter they ilnd that It Is lndcspensablc. This paper will not Ijo satisfied until It elthor hoB n subscriber In every oarller than hero. This paper gets and pays for the reports of the Associated 1'reBS and tho Texas N'owb Service tho very best that money can buy nnd by this menns gives you tho Important news of tho day at lust exactly the same tlmo It Is being printed In tho papors of larger cities. And then peopio who llvo In Abilene aro more vitally Interested In events that happen light here than ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 1 March 1910

ILIAD PARTY BE PREPARES HERE UST NIGHT TO LETCIW A SPECIAL TlkAlX ARRIVED IN M WOil 'kN! IIOAltl) OK ALDERMEN I DEPOSED FORRESTOH StMlSTANTL ATKS TESTIMONY (UVKN I1Y LOUIS GLAVIS. CITY AT KKinT O'CLOCK or hover city rusy FRIDAY nhjht. ON WATERWORKS L. S. THORNE WAS ABOARD AN ENGINEER IS CONSULTED HARD AFTER RALLINGER G1FF0RD PINGHOT f? ? IS ON THE STANDI I JLZgJ s&gg'"' $l75 And T'tns & Pacific Official Talked Fred) on .Nnt Pnsscngcr Depot Sujlnp It Will l'rote n Credit to Abilene. At eight o'clock last night n special train nnd engine Just thirty mlnUtcH overdue ou which rode a paity ot rail- road aigiiatarleM arrived In Abilene from the West. In the railroad party woro L. S. Thorno Vlte PretJIdtmt and General Manager of the Texas & Pacific rail road .lames A. Douglass President of the EI Paso & Southwestern am Mr Thorno'a private secretary. Notwithstanding the forthcoming ni- rival or the railroad party was noised abroad yestordul? a slim crowd. In fact Uo crowd at...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 1 March 1910

"Xt FWWrW jLv 9 AOE 8EVKK ABILENE CENTRAL Have Prepared a Stock of I ENS WARE AlIILENK RAILROAD COMMITTEE r ANNOUNCES 1'LA.XS AND ASKS I'OU RIDS. A f ep r 1 '" B bb" him m 0 .- BD igjj rram- Friencwe DEB sm. m mmmm W 1fl i . .. r '&1 fc SW . ' f'4 ?. A J- THIS ROAD WILL BE BUILT Maine Star Lines up Solidly With Abilene And Is Prepared to Fulfill Its Pledges In n Signed Contract. Skeptics should bo silenced by the following advertisement that appears in the "Wednesday Issues of The Dallas Nqws and tl)o Houston Post and that will appear In the current issuo of Engineering News published1 in New York City: "Ilail?oad Construction Bids receiv- ed till 12 o'clock noon March 21 1910 at Abileno Tex. by J. At. Wagstaff chairman for construction of 50 miles tain lino and six miles siding and bw Itches (labor and material com- plete) for'Abileiio and liising Star. Approximate quantities and material; Clearing and grubbing 972.000 cubic yards; loose rock excavation 21000 cubic yards; solid...

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

" '1 fWJ" Hi ! PAGE eighi ItlHI VVL fSi'&Wi JX KXW (j rr'l mmE J-VL f RacV Saftrta - YAHII WIDE BLACK TAFFETA 30 Inches wide regular S3c riuk Gfii offered for tills week only for.... m-Jtjb S3 INCH HLACK TAFFETA (ii)r Full 33 Inches wide good weight and extra quality roswlar 51 HO grade; offered thJs week at n special CQ- price of ... . ;.....' Oi3b 30 INCH BLACK TAFFETA 7r Full 3 Inches wUU; splendid quality very best $1.00 gnule ' "4"Qo crisp and new; ory special for thla week . . . a 3C FANCY DRESS SILKS .Vic Ml tlis represented in this line of piilo value at tho price; full wide; price n yaid .... tiT. in&hes PONGEE SILKS 3l!r O a sale this lent qunlfty of smooth wd v Pongee Including tho new spring shades the yard only ....... SHANTUNG PONGEE 83c Real Htpr!! Luo tung in natural color good we'lgluyrstnoot'i weave 27 Inches wide on sale SHANTUNG PONGEE 0 loom Shantung evenly wven soloc new shades also nuturaf color 2 wide ; a yard T&erc) TeveaVe & One case double ...

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 — 4 March 1910

-ms ' unrf jjf VF'Tf "I"' Twi i f 'ft 'f? r I ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY FARM REPORTER i VOLUME XXX. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH I 1910. NUMBER W HOW TO GET RID - OF THE GURGULIO ASSAULTER OF INFANT WHITE GIRL RICHLY EXPIATES HEINOUS CRIME BOOTLEGGING NOT A PENAL OFFENSE :t vf '?'-!.' -Xs hi r MTO k. . " ;i( T m 11 - s '. ' if'.'. 'I TATE EiNTOMOLOUlST TELLS THE OWNERS OP ORCHARDS GOOD METHODS. NO WORMS IN FRUIT THEN As the Limno Is Killed by T.bc Striking or Slinking of tlio Trees Uso of Arscnnto of Lead Expluined. Wllmon Newell State Entomologist of Texas at the A. fiM College of ' Texas lias Issued the following Bpeclal bulletin on the Plum and Peach Cur- culio: Many Inquiries are Teaching the A. & M. College about "the worm" which Is found during early summer in the fruit of peach and plum trees This insect Is properly known as the "plum curputio." The "worms- found n the peaches and plums are the larvae or young of the curcullo. The adult 'insect is a weevil abou the size and appea...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 4 March 1910

1 -; AflK TWO itmmmmmrmmmm ." t Abilene Country Farmers " " " ' " fl I !. What They're Doing Have Dane KOw Nancy Ret thtf garden seed While J go gear tlicj 'mulcS; And Ret the' ploy nlul hftr row 6ut And limit the garden tools r Jt'stlnm thafWo Woro planting things For bees ar o bn tho vfyg .And elms are budding on tho branch Jt must bo nearly spring. Jktr and Mrs. M. C. Williams woro da from Fotosl Mondny buying grodor- lies garden Bccds etc. Ono of tho happiest readers over tho .Reporters chango from a wookly to Slml-Weckly Is Walter Wingo. W. C. RiiBsoll says slnco they havo a storo and poBtofflco at Centcrllne tlioy "would like to havo a physician to lo- cate there. W T. Elom .of. tho southwest part of tho county was- hero Monday with a ton of mllo malzo and sold It at ?1.25 per hundred. J. H Nolms pf near McCamant Is re- ported quite sick but his physician Dr.. Sherblno Is hopeful of having him up soon Nat Rollins of Aspormont was hero tthls week visiting his mother Mrs. E. 33....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 4 March 1910

'' a ute tnmrt. .fc ' W v t W''- V rt fr 4 J- 'I' A ly. ST' ". C- i e V ft V MR I IN GRANTS NUNC ON AH1LENE JlAtLltOAl) COMMITTEE DIIAJV8 FlItST 1ILOOD IN 1 DISTINCT COUltT JUDGE DENIES A MEETING Of Tno Defendants h Miuiimotli Salt Ah Constituting1 u Quorum of 1 the Abilene Central Directorate. From Tuesday Dally; Another significant and declslvo step that may tend to throw a power- ful influence over the final disposal of the cast's pending in District court ) against Morgan Jones D T. Bomar and the Abilene & Southern railway has been taken. During the noon hour today Dis- trict Judge Blanton granted to tho lo- cal railroad committee an Important concession In the form of an injunc- tion restraining Morgan Jones and D. T. Bomar from directly or indirectly doing anything to hinder tho progress df the Abilene Central road. Further- more the court forbade Colonel Jones and Mr. Bomar to go into session and conduct business as the Abilene Cen- tral Btfard of Directors. The ne'xt nat...

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

HiMiiAmiAM'f-t'l& .imutUiytfymiiii V i. . . TAIC FOUk -xt-w IULENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER B ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. SHAKBUOLDERSt Geo. S. Anderson E. It. Klofer M. B Hanks. Of year .................. Wx Months .. bub-sumption hates iikiiu'i'i 1.00 4. 50 Aay erronoous reflection upon the character standing or jf uUtlon of any person Arm or coropratlon which may iHMtr In the- columns of Tho Reporter will ho gladly cor- rected upon Us being brought to the attention of the firm. iottors "pertaining to business should bo addressed to tho -paper or some particular department but not to indlvld- aataas in their absonco their inall will not' be opened. .Drafts checks and postofflce or express orders should bo payable to tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. Application made to have this Publication en- tered at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas a second class mail matter. JCIIK SOM'inVli'STJBKN TRAIL. Tho Post does not blame tho Nashvlllo Tenucsseean for Imploring tho enterprising youngsters...

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