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

my f ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER aMMiMH "4 lm'4r ml . ' J '1 & I I fa vumimi: VV FALSE REPORTS IE 01 'MANHIKit'l' AIlUiKNi: VISITORS CON'TIMM TO HARP ON FKVJSK CANARD. LETTER FROM TRUSGQfX-MAN W A. lirowii of Knox County lIuHltntcHj at enung sons to Simmons College- on Account of Startling Reports Prcnidciit Jr4 Sandefor of Simmons college Is in receipt of a lottor from W. A. Browu of Truscott Knox county which discloses somo Information of a startling nature. President Sandefor is indignant nnd justly so and every . public spirited citizen who reads it will experience similar emotions. Tho let- ter follows: Truscott Tex. Aug. .11 1910. Pros. J. D. Sandefor Slmmona Collego . Ablleno Texas. Dear Sir: 1 leceived your letter yoB- torday In rcferenco to rhy boys going to your school. I very much appreci- ate what you said and don't especially object to my boys boarding at tho hall but with private board it is less rou- ble and we havo nothing to furnish and less washing .Sunda...

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 — 2 September 1910

r v n ft - i m:-mt jtmmmm&m&j)iaM.'im4m8t -Mm V mm mmii m mm hV AIIII.KNH PHINTlWt CUMl'AMV. (tut ri AnilnrmW M. II. Klflfrf. M. II. IUnk. rtaWft . I iiim NIIHHCKU'TION HA'li'.Sl he Moftfim ll MMM .iW .It aft AT rroncoun reflection upon tho rhnrnotcr standlnR qr ' rwiUun of any jitjnwn nnn wr corttprfttton which may ir In tho coIuiiuia of Tho Reporter win be gladly cor- npon Its being brought to tho Attention ot the flrro. .CMtorp pertaining to business should bo addressed to tho - or Bomo particular dopartweat but not to ImMvId- k m In tholr absonco tholr mail trill not be ojrtned. JMrafla checks nnd postofllcn or oxproBB orders should be payable to tho ABILENE) PRINTING COMPANY. TJ3LEF1IONE9 Btati and Circulation S. W K-7; Roberts 6.7Ono Ring Editorial Office. Roberts liGl jMokIftgS3&g jfe.trd u secont) claws mall ut Abilene. Toxas Octojer -14 1908 Don't forget to talk good ronds. Now Is the time to Imlld thorn just as1 now Is the beat time to do everything that needs ...

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 — 2 September 1910

I'M.! VHMKK ttaaW&MP&MlfeIMAMHai 1 ' li Ww alU ' v IW & ''.im';' Kft. i l&F W VERDICT III CASE OF COUGH UtMT IN ritANHI'KKKKI) huhw.ary t8i: siii.ti ii:t.iui:uatin3 UPON lTfl VtiltllMT. PU;SELEY CASE IS CALLED JOoftiidnni Charged Willi Perjury In Omnrollon "Willi Folk Dniis mul ftondo (Jnttlo Cases from (Hi) bounty of Fisher. 'roni Tuesday's Dally: In (District court this morning tho first case called was styled: Stato vcrsiiM Darroh Goode charged with perjury Goodo is n ranchman of FlBhir county and Uio case growB out of tht li. J. Polk cattlo tHeftcaso tried ' durliij last torm of District coWf In which the defendant was convicted and ie-iitenced to servo two years in the 8tn.ee penitentiary. An indictment was lUsp returned agalnsj. Goode and lio vims tried the trial resulting in an (A.cnullLal. Ha was Indicted for per- jury daring the Polk trial. Orlgthially ther.e "were lliToo com- panion cases A. JL. Davis' being the thirdj'efcndant. Davis' case wub con- tinued ...

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 — 2 September 1910

fltW! atrtHtttWWWWHtKWI mmmih ours school ! AMD IS $40130.70 t wmn HTTI"H WOB1IOMMRM'! rAWAw" jm TAX FUND NOT IN THrt Will l'lobnlily KiiiibI Apportion- weni t'roiii SlrtU Tptallnij 180000 or .Horn tor Who roiint)'9 School Mortp). According to this year's ilswfcH the total statu scholastic apportionment for Taylor county will ho 4O8C4l0 RB against $10180.70 one year ago. This Incrcaso I shown lnsplto of n dlm- Jntehcil scholastic cotiius. tho Incrcaso being mndo possible by an Increase of twenty live cents In tho per capita ap- portionment Tho amount of school funds this dis- trict gets M divided Into two parts tho state apportionment and tho amount derived from .. special district tax. Cottity Superintendent K V. White hao Mil completed the nmount to . .ihrr..i frmn tho snec'al tax and will not bo uble to do so until the As- sessor's figure are made public. Mr. White Is of tho opinion however that over the entire county the amount to Tio derived from the special tat will about otnm...

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 — 2 September 1910

f 7 i ' A1" H k . ?' . m '&' f 1." 1 r HKj . Vf m ifr k w hiIiiiwihiiihh'iiih BUFFALO MP GUI IS NOW HI THIKI'V lllil.sur nil'IOXftliHAM Vt'HU I'MOM HI5I1H l! TO NOON 'I'OliVYt SANTA FE WORK IS DELAYED . . nnlrnr ln Twin Tltd.tii Until the IroMlim (Mit Tpmiij & 1'jirMf IrarkM ran tin roiuilrlrdt Vn- ilCPllnsf I'liniio l.xclimute. v . : IIUFKAI.0 OJAI SopL t. At noon today Wright's gin had turned out about Jlrt bales of cotton. ltunnlug short of bagging u man was dispatched to Ahlleno for a simply. On resum ing sinning tho big well that has nev- r boon known to fall to Hiipply wator skliloood with Us contents. Some five bales Of cotton Watting to ho ginned wore left on tho grounds and an effort will lit made to dig the well some three feet deeper. Tho now cotton juid of Tims broth- ers Is rapidly belng filled with tho uuuey HuiiiiG uougut iiy mat enter prising local firm. Only topnotch j uiiib tuni- prices nro being paid nnd 'cdtton brought in by strange farmers from other tow...

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 — 2 September 1910

- tX v -&fest -ty t- rfNffMrlf i ? 4f i vs t ifrflUPWilP t rJ?&ijiwi j. Mro. - X CAPF. ONES 10 AITENO HIM fdMMlvmiMtll l WlliUMT vmuyw oiiiiCHr mi:ttiiI:ii.h UlhVI.UH'l'Ot'TSTY ANTEDATES. THE CIVIL WJW I'lipt. .tout. St'ltlfit lu Ihilhn Obunlj iii IS.M I .U I'll Tlii-ri' 0 Yi-itm Mark Wllitoii nnil Wife ' Spilled Then' In ISIS. From Tilidnj l"ntlN dipt Ufii K Join's t oniuiksloiior tjoni t'm'inet No. luTfc on toduy's; l.feiislbound trnin lor Dnllim. to nl- lend tin- Dallas County Old ScttlerH lleunlou which convenes in Crftk Lawn vark tomorrow nnil will ronmln In ses- sion for two days. fn-it .lout's Is the only resident of Taylor countj to attend tho llouiiton slttiough on tlu same train with him were Mark tilllston nild wife of Gur- Und who had bo n visiting their daughter Mrs O. I' Thomas on -!10 Morgan menue ami who arc old Hol- ders of DallnscounU In i he strident hense that term Implies. "I am not tho oldest settler of Dallim toiinty by imy moan us" suid Capt. Jones "a...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 2 September 1910

Vs IS a'; I. ' fi .M.WiMiWt ilili.lllii "i'tmili( PURSELEY CASE STILL DM TRIAL I cot'Ur iwum: roMMirntii TO AU1HT AirOlfNTS Of roiiNTY orviriiUH. .'COUCH VERRICi NOT IN .YET (Inunl .lurj HtiK Niiintcliirnril Imltrf- Menl mo fur anil lnuIicHtloiiH Aro Tlfal no MnnUrtasoB Will lie llrouslat Fi. From Wednesday's Dally In District court Ihtltt morning tio ottso or tlio Stnte VcrsiiM John 1'itrscley rharged with ))orjuryvrts still on trial. Till Onsc Was palled j?e8torday. at the beginning of Uio afterraooit session af- ter tlio morning had lecn consumed In procuring a Jury. PiU'seley Is chnrgoil with pcrjurj In connection with his testimony In tho Ii. J Polk cattle thc-fLcnso which was tried lust term and lcstilted In ti con- viction and suiitenco lf two years In the state poultonllar)' Tho defendant Was Indicted and Benteince. of two years In tlio Htuto'ponitcnfiar:y. The (lefeiul- ant was indicted last leirm with Tlarron Goode who Was acqu Itted of cattle tlieft. Tho caso of Gtodc was...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 2 September 1910

t I 1 tm mm JOSEPH GHOATE MMKO ' Bt OHAlTAMOOBJh BIB Hmnltttlitii to ')h Hint i Mr-want tnrilrittt Mr Aift4trtittttii ( M'h1!) I'rillrUril. II MMMPIIttl'ti I'" CHATTANOOGA 'Wnn HiW. l- I'iiu (JlmltaiuiOKn liar AMoolnlWin lo diij fnriiliilly adopted resolutions iu- lt ninliiK tho notion or otic of Its 1110111- lnr li ft Unit elmrgoH w.ltli tin Atner- truit Itiic Association fn session Id Ohnltituoogu unatiiHt former AmlinnNn- lor .lomiph Ornate tor alleged viola- tion of Hie constitution of tho Amer- ican liar Association. Tliuirosolutlon dcrhrci the Chnttnnoogn Bar Abbo- vlittloii Iuih nlwajh hold Mr. Ctiont" In ilio highest esteem unil confidence. HtntliiR It is slow to hcllovo itny triitli enlnts In tin- charges bo long delayed mid adding Hint If trim thpy should in preferred In tho courts of Now York. Tlo charges against Clionto made estorday were filed hy Jatnes Watt of New York through Attornoy Gcoige Ohnmlce of Chnttnnoogn n member of tio liar Association. The wording of. the ...

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

1 Vtlt.UMK Aitii.KNi: xr.w tii:nh.v mkitkmhi:k tmo. M'MHKR W -rsr a." ; S"srtt ; --ll-"J- imjwj "-' - .i y-- ROOSEVELT AND TAPT WILL MEET E IS SAFE AT ST. PAUL CONGRESS TOMORROW ABILENE SEMI-WEEKiif FARM REPORTER " i5SteV j-"". iii"ifTT CHURCHES HOLD mills I is U N I'OMMITTIIE LOCAL AKOHITIXTS examine iiun.niNu and he. poUt it safe AND SOUND. GASES DISPOSED OF lTODH Judge lllniiton Excuses .Tur for (lie Week an 1VI1I TaKo Up tlio Non Jury llockct. X Largo Num- ber of I'nscs to Como Up. rt (MONDAY Considerable excitement was Caused In- District court tills morning (from tho fact that tor awhile the court house was thought to ho in an unsafe condition. The jury was excused un- til one o'clock In tho afternoon and tho building' examined. A gentleman named Brown and MessrB. Winter and RIney mado a closo examination of tho walls floors In fact tho entire building Trom foundation to top and report it in their opinion absolutely safe In fact Mr. Winters says the building cannot fall down. ...

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 — 6 September 1910

- iwmassssa ujl u. .- Farmrgram Mim by S 1. N Aim fur tin tin' Man by tilttbi Tim moon it) it Irtttriliu'k Hky laughter mid hook for u hnnrt Hint's light For the heavy heart a nl)i. Bach In HH plnoe Is holler beat Kauh rounds tho circling yonm And wo lcnrn to treasure tho glow of Joy . . ! No nioro than the Imlm at tonrs. Bomo men nro Bclf-muilu and pofno others nro wlfo-tnndo. A foql cnn always lliul another fool to admlro him. A small package Any nmn who I? -wrapped up In lilmsolf. So ninny pooplo prefer ti beautiful lie to a. homely truth. Tho man who does Ills duty day by day nevbr worries nboUt tho morrow. By your conduct show your neigh- bors what sort of neighbors you de- Rlro. The man who Is getting tho most out of Hfo is letting the other follow t0 the worrying. It Is as Importnnt to know when to let o of an opportunity ns It Is to know when to grasp It. Though a little thief In a hundred thofta does -less damage than a big thief In One ho is despised more. Never despair. I...

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 — 6 September 1910

i'Alll: IMNKM A- X RDQSEVELT H? IT. TAFT II IN 1 riwshi.v hhai.i.Ks fact that 1'ltKMKNT TAHIIT IS NOT IIJ.I.1NU TDK MM.. HOW 10 REGULATE MATTER KifomuU'iiilp till Appointment of n Tariff .Commission of llxnorts. (o I'rolu) Ureal Ihsiio from l'onomfil Observation. 3 fol- By AHsot'liitcil Press' SlOlBivli'Al.LS 8. D Sept Thoodoro KoobovcU delivered the lowing address in this city today: Whenever men Just like ourselves probably not much bettor and cer- tainly no vorso continually fail to givo us the results wo have a right to expect from their efforts wo' may just as well make up our minds that the fault lies not In their personality but In the "conditions undor which thoy work and profit comoB not from de- nouncing theni but in seeing that the conditions aro unchanged. This is cspe daily truo of tariff-making. It has beou conclusively bIiowii by experi- ments repoated again' and again that tho methods of tariff-mukliip by Con- gress which have now obtained for so many years cannot fr...

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 — 6 September 1910

- fXy W.iii " rrwsL PIMWHHHHIMrtftMHlMiMiiHi MMWM ""S mii imm m mm SV Ami.KNM ll'HiNTIMU COMPANY. HHAkKHMT.MKMHl tiro H. Andcrwn K II. Kler M. B. junks. HIIHHOKiniON K.VT1JH M 7f mnniii.iiniiiMMiitiiniiii..iMilVM Months ........ j " .- .I! Jny wroneuun reflection upon the oharnctor stantllafc or atlow ot any portion firm or coroiirauon whig may p In tho columns of Tho Reporter will be giauijr cor- pon Its bVlnR brought to tho attention ot the flr. lr pertaining to business Bhoultl bo mldresied to the .yajirr or some particular department but not to Indlrtd ata as In their ftbnonco their mall will not be opened. ;ftnrfta checks and postofflco or express orders should be payable to tho ABILKNB PRINTING cumpanx. " TELEPHONES 'aslant and Circulation S. W. ti-7; Roberts o-7.0ce Ring Editorial Offlcn. Roberta 1G1 tared as second claws mail at Abtlene. Taxas October 14 1908 "" Fresh oysters for stile here reminds us that there will Boon bo call for winter clothes nlid winter wood. Here Is ...

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 — 6 September 1910

vt nv 9 If H" HWIWWWTfrwIWMWWInWIIWllWWW-B LIRE LAKE RILL WATER IS RISING tilMKAMiitift AHII.KNr A WATKU 8WWI.Y FOR AM. IMIMIMIMKH rOR NK.VKI.V A YKAII. HEAVYRAINSNORTH AND SOUTH KHlIro Coinil) South of Texas and Pacific Honked Very Light PV. clpllalloii l'unt of Ilalnl mill YVcst of MrrkoLV Orto and thirty ono htuidrudtliB In- ches or rain Monday aftdrttoon and night Is tho report of thex United fltatCB Htntlon In Abilene. At 8 o'clock this (Tuesday) morn- ing there. v:ih Impounded In Lytle Lake na much water na It litis held at any time since the dam was construct ed some tnlrteen years ago. The wa- ter was reiorted to have reached the crest of the old spillway and at that hour was still rising. AH are confi- dent that thoro Is enough wntef which has not yet reached the rcsorvolr to run It over the concrete addition to the spillway which was erected early In tho summer -and la four feet higher than theaOjJgUialiSDilLwiiX. - i'hls guarantees Abilene a Btipply at. water for all purp...

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 — 6 September 1910

urn M -rfclW-. .- INSURGENCY LIVES H GEQW S .viiwnt iv in;ta i vit im;mu(ii( v TOJIKTtiMl'lttMMIOOHItll sr.vn: l the lu. HDK SMITH STORM CENTER Regular ( iitidlilulc for (hiierimr I" In In- Opposed lij Independent; All Mjcs arc on TIioiiiiih Wnlxon of Thomson. ' ' r "': ; r Jly Astjui luted Press. ATLANTA OA.. Si pi "Insurgeii-' -y ' IitiH broken out In the ranks of the (Senrglu deinorrrtOy itnd Hoko Smith -ivlit) won Hie dqmoernilo nomination for governor In the. recent primary election la to bo opposed by mi Inde- pendent candidate In the goneinl elec- tion In November. Thou. E. WutHtin. former democratic congressman rrotn thn 10th On. district. Inter1 head ot the -Populist putty mid who more recently returned to tli5 democriitlc fold again hita "flown the coop" mid In oa the m pa tli for the scalp or former flov. Smith and Thomas W Hurdwhjk re- cently litmilnutotl for reelection as congressman from the 10th district. He prgmlscs to have an Independent In the Hold against both Mr....

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 September 1910

tAtlK SXtRV Ih 0 of Lading Signature Certificates Adopted by The Rock Island Lines KOHT WOIITII A US.-TUn ltock until colton In In noimoinlon (if thu Island linen jmvo mloniod tlio Hill orjmllwnj i'Oiuimn. IHIIa of lading will lading Signature CortHlcntn roooiii. the JbbuoiI only hy remihirly mtthorlKud mended y brtnkors In connection wlth'ugntttH of tlio Hock Island ooinpnny. Iiotli ox port and doiuosdo hills of lad trig. A oeitlflcuto In tlio following form hits been ndoptcd nml must bo ut- tachcd to ordor bftls of ImlhiK IbhihhI by Hock island ngoilts covering cotton destined to all points beyond Hnrk ls- laiitl rnllsi "Hill or Udlng Signature Coitlflcato No . "Tlio Chicago IIopIc Island & (lulf Hallway Company lmrohy certifies; That i Is Its regularly ap- pointed agent tit iind (IB such In authorized to sign bills Of lading in nceordofioo with the rigu- Intloiifl of this company und that tljo signature on tho attached order nottry 'bill of lndlng No... .dntcd (plnco of I88UC...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 6 September 1910

V m-NH $ T.- MAm ' fiti.' -aasK-iuri - ........ . . - k Rea&i School .si 11 L T -j 5ov TAe T&ooks .!Ke)0 eottes-Ae emloo o$eW. Ss woiidvessuvo vjoeVVfa ; weeessavy av o eoAneaYiocv? "De ae )Y0YA4ea maxv Vuves vls season ' esecaV.i ov saes ana seoov cVvWAtcta awA uv Wxv ese svuppYtos ov . scvoo-Vme oe avje cowsvAevea saVe weavy-wo quaWYv ana mce. Sjev YequVvemervA o e Vie oivV ov io sutexv Vtv e a o eavx aaveV vmVY be oxrta a s sove a AVie Vojoes Yces ov aeenaaViVe meYca4se. 1 V S.s sove .$taev predated Wvaw eev o syjlav&Vo ouy scVtooY weeds. 3YV.Yexve T?utoYc ScVvooYs- cew SevSv. TMtaYeYYaYs m e ScvooY "Dvess Gvtx sVvoxDino o nexa faW. maiexvaVs sxVaYe far 5coo Tfres- ses An Vn doo ana xaasVi fabrics vs ex$ compVee. "Keu 3aW &na.vams--bna ve ae aesVraYile snaaes ana patterns ate vexe a moaexae xices. "KetD Treas 5vnqvaxus ftic Ocana - - - ' ZH "Keto T?6TcaVcs--xvaic fax StVvooV Tircsaes meavaxrv awa AarVc coVots vn Vg&m soM sVvaacs ana cVvccVvs some wt javics at ...

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 — 9 September 1910

I I kl I ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER fvi II1UMK xx MWIBf " - JUIII.KNK TI'A'AS t'Klim NKM'tiMIII'lt 1 MM. IS I'M UK It 7. ft - (. ft Jtv&r EMM IN IIS BROAD SENSE MANY MIASMS 01' MFE TERM CONSERVATION TO UOW nu: CAN APTLY APPLY iV ADDRESS DY W. 0. SIMMONS St Louis llifpgntc to CoMonoUon Congress Points Out Different i iMiiisch of Mto Touched by Conservation Idea. 13y Associated Press. ST PAUL Sept. 8-"Thero seems to be ample evidence that business vactlvltv follows promptly upon the Intelligent development of Natural Re sources and decay with equal cer- tainty follows tho neglect or wasteful ubo of the capital which Nature ten- ders us and for our stewardship of which slip holds us strictly account- able." a. 1.1 w n Simmons of St. Louis in his address at today's session of the Conservation Congress: "In spite of exhaustive reports is- sued by the DepartmentsIn splto of scholarly and illuminative articles on the subject the people Bonorolly do not yet understand tho real ob...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 9 September 1910

VfcSSksfeUl yHT nfftftfcfl iiwiiiiiiiriiwiay bwmwIw u s$M&fc--JL .h iiiiwiiiiuiiMimw fc ml " f hw fclJfrA-W MENE SEftNEEKLY FMM AErWEII 1 flHAMKHOMIKKAi Oni H. Andtirwm H. II. KInfr M. . HV. St'HM'Klt'TlON KATKHl it year . ht Month (titMiiiiMiinmi ..$1.00 60 Afntnniii rrfipi'i ion tihoti tho character standlne or rtAtlon of any person nrm or coroprntlon which may tfwr in tho columns or Tho Roportor win no ribw cor- meted upon Itn being brought to tho attention otttflrin. iamrn pertaining to'buijlncBB should bo addressed to tho - or some particular department but not to lndlvtd- m) m In thdlr absence- thdlr mall will not be opened. Vrarto. checkB and poatofflco or express orders should be Win payablo to tho ADlLKNfE PRINTING COMPANY. ' ' " TELEPHONES lam and Circulation S. W tl-7; Roberta i-7OEe"Rlng Editorial Office Roberta 151 mtrd as second claus malt at Abilene. Txa& October 14 1908 1 Smile and talk about pleasant things. It will liclp 5ou and tliu fellow you talk to will...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 9 September 1910

iVMit: IHMftt . r - THIRTEEN DEAD IN FLOOD THAT SWEEPS DOWN THE LEON RIVER TWO DALLAS BOYS KILLtD . IN TUNNEL ACCIDENT Hint ('limbed on Tap of Sleeping Our 111 Splrll of Adwmtun- Third (if l'urtj llailly JIurl. JKl'TIWSON CITY MO. Sept. 0 Joseph Knnnity ami John Duko wuro Instantly killed yostordny in the Mis- souri Paclllc tunnel four Miles from lioro mm Edward Hurd wna no badly Injured Hint lilH Ufe In despaired of. Alt arc men about 1 years of ago and all enmo from DalhiB Tox. nccoidluK to the story llurd tells. The accident was theuresult of the young men try- Inc to mako their way to St. Louis on top of. "to slcoptng enr attached to Miu- uTTitTl Pacldc train No. 4 wnicu uh lioro at IS a. m. yesterday. It appears they spent Sunday tiighl Jiorp and in tho morning boarded the train without being observed In the dark. They climbed on top oMhe -deeper and wee sitting on the center boaid when the train entered tile tunnel. It Is only possible for a person on top of a car to pass thro...

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 — 9 September 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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