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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 November 1910

A1K THKK r-r- MMM West Texas From Itoiicod Tlmoai 1 13. 0. Horn! of Williamson eouhty loft Monday for hit homo nfier spending eovornl ilnys with tits brothor-liMnw 1. W. Bnlidcra who hit been very low. Mr. Uotul hits ti 040 ncro farm in Wil- liamson county near Tnylor and In Hponklug of comllttonn thcrq this yonr snlU things Imil beoii very dry mid tU Block wntor Bcarco. Ho snyB pools of wntor nml wolls lmvo gono dry that havo not hrjen dry baforo In 2C years. In spite of tho drouth though fnlr crops wore inado mid conditions nro pretty good. H. P. tftli auditor of tho K. S. & 1' returned Thursday mcnlug f.-oni U Paso V.uro he cnrrlil MrB. Hulol who will iomaln thoro for some t'.'iit' lupins to benefit her health. Mr I Jul. mi8 trouble In Mexico . ciuiw- .. Ufand of Moxlcans 0 it of y.r United StntcB intoi. Mexico who are evldontly going downAlttto their coun- try to tako part iriUhe rebellion. Ho said on Wednesday night there must lmvo been 2000 Mexicans In tho depot at El Paso...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 November 1910

..;. i. ... T i-iVTn r- - "- m m - I . i ..) J .- - -- n-WiMjjJJi v H ij ii j ly V BAIIING RECORD MIL LEAGUE 8kcki:tauy h)h x 11 i:-jilku mak. JK8 I'l'llMC HKAHOVS 1IKC0K1IS a.mon tih: n.mMO. SHERWOOD MGEE LEADER Hni lilting Outflrlder of Philadelphia Qui) Tops Ills I'als With Record of .aiJlj New York Club Ionild Hitting Teams. By ABsoclntod Press. NEW YORK Nov. 2S. Secretary John A. Heydler of the National Lca- gao has just made public tho official batting averaKes for tho season of 1910. Otis Orandall pitcher for the New York Giants is tho nominal batting leader with a percentage of .342 In Idrty thrco games. Tho real leader lowover Is Sherwood Mngoe hard hit -ting outfielder of the Philadelphia Club who hammered the leather for an averago of .331 per cont In 154 games. Vincent Campbell of Pltfcg.- Irarg Is second best hitter and Artie JBTofman of Chicago third. For- the Urst time in seven years Hans Wag- ner tho Pittsburg shortstop and gen- erally looked on as the most famon bal...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 November 1910

uujumjM"waii fsesrsswssajg5s-seKiK-- -. ' ' .H1 nglKiHiin an n J i KWg yr- -i2U'ft!?' ar --- mou wnH Um tmr1rr It in in ionic 'iIvm ftRMnut Clod prober? wo youiiR mo rnrnno join w nrmy or uni-. i . . . . ...... .. . .... i FREE Presort (lotvH HV In Umt WO COIilo lo JPMU in KWiw nny utft.ll who Itnn unrui'iin inmnrira mm 111 mo rny. uutp mo hiuuim tho rtny of our youth when the t-vll tulf minium ih. nm nronnorwll t m1m of bo lft upon forum nml ony tsonipn not wo jou w minor mm nm lmnHiniiiK mm you nro nnmin " nny n im- uupp m hub imuh.u w nrnrihiirtra ir mil Mi tho votiuit? mi. ilini vow nro unylmtt 'Prehblier II I5ry family lOmuld otmorvo urbor Sent to All O ASK t novor oo n youim Minn but Unit my .know audi n mnn." You nro saying doy by" planting n Ire? Tioe oxoM heart goes out lo him with nh tnnx. 'thin limit or Umt olio given no nwn tiHo- will nmlenr tho children to homo proanlblo ImmluK. I nm thinking now !t Inn to tlu iimltern of religion nttd and lt environment nnd rIvo thorn ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 November 1910

mx v'rr7Sl . DR. JIM PKESTUN A6AJN APPOINTED l'OltMKK HKHlllEXT OF AlltliKNK xame1) head of statu ixnaxi: ahym'm G0LQU1TT NAMES LUCKY 0ES Announces f nrlltil A)iolii(iiiotitH nml Will Pi .llsli l't'll Mil Later It) Wc k Jnlp Clark Dr. c lues I Incc on Bonn! Special to The Hcporter: AUSTIN Nov 26. Govcrnor-clact Colquitt today nnnounccd that ho would make the following appoint- ments to state offices. Commissioner of Insurance and Blinking -B. L. GUI of Kuuffman county. Bit. .TOllX PUESTOX Will again be superintendent State Insane Asylum Private Secretary to the Governor J. T. Bowman of Travis county. Superintendent of State Lunatic Asylum nt AustinDr. John Pres- ton of Caldwell county. Assistant District Attorney for Bex- ar County J. F. Carl of San Antonio. Members Board of Regents for .Tex- as University Clarence Ouslcy of Ft. Worth; William H. Burgess of El Paso county; W. L. Sanford of Gray- son county; W. H Stark of Orange county George W. Breckenridgo of Travis county and Alex...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 November 1910

HUH HIIVKK UP. TEACHERS MET AT CISCO SESSIONS 1IEO.AN FRIDAY AND CONTINUED UNTIL SAT. UHPAV AFTERNOON. ABILENE INSTRUCTORS SPOKE Professors Burnett nml Units Assign- oil Prominent Paris on Program Other Speakers of Note Were Also Present. CISCO fJov. 20. Yesterdny'B morn- ing session of tllo Texas & Pacific Teachers Association was called to or- der at ton o'clock by B. W. Hudglns Prcs.dent "Coronation" was Bung by tho teachers and prayor was offered by Rev. O. E Simmons. So many of tho teachers on the pro- gram for addresses Friday wcro ab- sent that the program was rearranged. Miss Richardson of Roscoo was mndo secretory. Supt. Shnvcr of Roscoo read a very forceful papei on tho sub- ject of school work and. grades. Tho point was presented that much of our grading Is misleading' and ho made a strong appeal for more careful work In this particular. J C. Watts of Abilene was called on . by tho President tp address the teach- ers. H's plea wrts supplemental and stressed the rights...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 November 1910

aK-ifcM-'-H.'wViMf.- &jmm vi&fmm p?- t "P PUPRnpiPN i I A WANT AD. May Save You Money in More Way Than One Try i Want AU. rOIlUTT HKMlMKI). IIdh Ihlrlj.Fhe I'lHcrn to Fill fttttl il.itlHI AppllrrtHtl to Hv " Irrt Trow. ii ... n.n i1UnrlfUnllim nnd ca operation linn lnon WURhl J lh (vnl Uinl ll "Hmiiii ui w i " ... .......... .. Hiritttu i tun only lex iih but llio United Blntcn im well tit tliln bnu t.M.i.w nn nimm of llila orgnnun Hon lmvo lion ncooptod nnd Pt H .h..rilllni lit limtlV (UrrtTOIll UUUlUB :vX771TKSW mm ; i ' - I oG" I Kf I I W jy Iff i " ".:2fl. m . c i .... m SrrU xKA w mi ws. lcnrsjiniits yflrn "3 teSiWPmmWM&r. if. mMMmmm mmwmMsm&mmw&wi$ -' Mmkm ate ft ?. fiBF 4K. There' lo no question about our cnvliis you money on Clothing nn woll ns pleasing you lit tlio naltty and stylo of the clothes for wo uro satisfying the most particular clothes wearers With the splonaia values wo arc offcttng Just now. You enn easily find 'our choice of our Inrgo lino o...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 2 December 1910

. - "J$pf f mvty & ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER YOMraus xx. .UULKNK TEXAS. FRIDAY RKCUMIlKIt -J 1010. NUMUKK IN -'$' .' . . 1-V" ' k . pH'( THE PASSU OF DR. UEOHGE IV TRUETT MAKES A POWERFUL APFEOL FOR CHRISTIANITY DO NOT TRIFLE WITH GOD Holy Spirit Is All Forgiving Says v Trencher lint jUan's Volition In Turning to the Snvlor Is Not rnssho One From Thursday's Dally: At the First Baptist church last night Dr. George W' Truett'a theme was '.'The Passing of a Religious Op- portunity." The. texti was taken from the 13th Chapter of Luke. 41-42 verr ses! And when he was come near ho beheld the city and wept over It say- ing 'If thou hadst known oven .thou at least and this thy day the things which belonged unto thy peace hut now they are hid from thine eyes. " Dr. Truett said In part: This is the most touching picture 1 think .in all the Bible except Cal- vary. You cannot see even a child sheading tearB without sympathy In your Heart. But here we see tho.son of God weeping. Ther...

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

.YJMMI TWO nfJ i " ' ' i '" ' " ' ' ' u 3V euVc ot bfttattaViVlftHiHi . JFohn 1). Amlrown lu tltu Btirvoy: 8omn of iih lmil hoped thnt Imtus- HrhW America wllh Hh woa-rtorful re ourccn lla mined philanthropies ami tin uncounted thousands of wotk- 4tMftscl mon itml women inlRht bo nrt among nntlons to rccognlzo tho seed of ft special hospital ami clinic (Jor Industrial dlspancB. Hut tljo honor belong to Italy. JCIght yenra ago a group of'soclnl- anlndcd medical men In Milan tin I tod 3d a domnttd for systematic study of diseases of occupation Pour years go they called together from many stations tlio flrat International Con- jsrosa on Industrial Diseases. Last March they saw the hopes of years culminate In tho dedication of tlio Jlrst labor clinic. "For tho scientific study and pre- tention of occupational diseases" is hb inscription in letters of gold on a l4ckground of white inarbld over tho entrance of this unique hospital. Thrco largo four-story buildings now and woll equipped wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 2 December 1910

Am: TitftkR AY III BEWLEY CASE FAILS 10 Fashionable Merchandise of BestQuality j jmKffrimwSSSmSSmBmSSm nil iimwiiiii iw ' ' " n VERDGT i -rr- i I .sk I St :B: W . ' $" ."3. ... fc& Ii. - tk&ir' It' b 4 HALLOT STOOD UK11IT FOR AC- QUITTAL AND KOMI FOR HIS CONVICTION Special to Tho Roportor. FORT WORTH Nov. HO. Tho Jury In tho Federal Court which honrd tho case of S. D. Bowlcy charged with using tho malls to defraud In writing a letter to J. A. Romp a wealthy citi- zen bt Wichita Falls demanding $10- 000 on a threat to"kIdnap Kemp's son was today discharged by Judgo Wm. B. Shoppard. Tho Jurors wore unablo to agree Thcli ballot Btood eight for acquittal and four for convnctlon. ' ABILENE COUPLE MARRIED .Judge T. A Rlcdsoo Conducts the Scr llccs In Ncccc-Grecn Nup- ; . tlnls TUcsdny (WEDNESDAY) County Judge Bledsoe officiated ad the Nee.co-Greon nuptials last night. ' At eight o'clock In the homo of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. O'Neal 702 Chestnut street Miss Annie daughter of J. P. and M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 2 December 1910

k ft ak rv l hi JB ll I ' ' HU1MS- TO EDUCATE PEOPLE 1'hMIchIIoh Try to Convert rnMlo M ItattronvVrt View. 8mo HnrrHNiM Is -Med." A fow months ago tlto rnllronils of the country through their official ysbltoatlotiB started out to educate their employes against tlto wnvo ot aoM-rallroad agitation which la weeping tlto country and now they are working on tho common citizens. 3a. the November revisions of the tlmo sards of tho big ByBtoms which havo a heavy distribution nil over tho coun- try tho railroads hao pot forth "Some jPactn Which tlut American Clttzou Should Consider." Through this medium tho railroads iope to turn tho popular trend of opin- ion to tholr side of the question. Only a few or tho railroads arc now using tho folder to toll the pcoplo tholr sldo nt tho caso but within n few months probably ovory road In tho country will follow tho example. This paragrnph in ono of Jho late .publications is wclghled with sarcasm i "Iflor tho eggs coffee rice potatoes onlonB milk cab...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 2 December 1910

pauk nti k A Famous Judge Once Said: .' ;: !'. ' - 'f -' :- . -. ; .;''..' ""'" :':: S I '(It ! t ' . ! '.. i .- ?1.Sj ' "' Uf. t. .i . ' . -.'' - . . . -- T&"fi '..' . ; '. - -. . ;i h -r " " ; j .'" .. v." r ' V .-' PROCEEDINGS IN THE HIGHER COURTS AUSTIN WEDNESDAY Court of Crrniinnl Appeals AUSTIN Nov. 30. The following proceedings wore had In the court of criminal appeals today.: Affirmed. Almoro Jones from Bow- la county; Don Gray from Burnett county; Will Giles from Cass county; John Henry Battles from Ellis coun- ty;..Chariie Phillips from Hardin coun- ty; E. B. Holcomb from Navarro coun- ty; Walter Hiclcey from Wichita coun- ty. Reversed and Remanded: Scott Sharp from Delta cpunty; John Rein- hard frpm Htfrdtn .county; Pato Ray- ton from Johnson county; Marlon Bradley from Kauffman county; Peter Coopor from Leon county; Rat Jeans '.from -Sabine county; J. H. French from Webb county;. John N. Jennings from Wheeler cpunty; ' .Appeals Dismissed Lee Black from EUis county; R...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 2 December 1910

"wrjjix "mmmmmmmtr. SUITE CONTROL OF ITER IS URGED SITUATION STILL ' TENPE III MEED The 'Boll Weevil and Hobo to Meet It TYTOiT O waO I II I bT a I j- "w a rL The riTMU boll wopvII convention held lit Atlnniii wan mil only thtn'ly l)it I bMIov will nnrtiao tho fitinmiH and IxiWlllofla IiHiti'hIh of the Btnto Kfii crnlly to nit appreciation of tlio Hit- ponding danger frotn this destructive insect IlowiviT Georgia has !cii Actively alive to 'tht coming of tho boll wuovll for tho past seven years niitl sovural thousands or dollars have been ox- ponded by the Btnto doimrttocntfl of ncrleulturo and entomology In pro- testing the. state from tho boll woe- vll. In 1&02 while you wore president of tho Btnto senate nnd I wns chnlrtnnn of tfie senate commlttco on nfirfciil tore a bill was Introduced and pass- td appropriating money to onablo tho Btnto entomologist to study tbo hnblts of tho weevil. Issue bulletins to Lho (armors ns bow best to safeguard their cotton crops from the InBoct...

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

A A i' V-1 J- nnni nnucccccc I II II In llllrll I la II il UUUI1 UUI1I LUULU. HE IS HOT SURE j)iHrui:iirri:n explorer admits that in: .may not have lUiAUHEI) POLK PEARY REFUSES TO COMMENT Has Nothing to Say on Mnttcn Alleged "Confession" Appears In Colnmns of Hamptons jUagnrlnc; Cook Is Coining- Home. NEW YORK Nov. 30v. Dr. Frederick A. Cook the Drqklyn oxplorcr whoso aohBatlonnl escapades during the past year have set tho tongues of three continents to wagging in nh article which ho is said to have written for Hampton's Magazine confesses that ho does not know whether ho discovered the North Polo or not. Ho indicates that ho thinks he did roach tho Pole accompanied hy two Eskimo compan- ion b( but admits there is chance for a mistake. Dr. Cook saYB ho will return to tho United States with his wifo and chil- dren to spend -tho Christmas holidays. He Is now in London and is sa!do have entirely recovered h's health. This apparently explodes tho report that the dlsored'ted hero is plan...

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

LITLETON SEVERS HIS UN FIRM CONNECTIONS rmrllrp Suit! to llo Wnh IO.WW Amniall) (ihrn Whj (ii 7.VHI I'orINoh. NEW YORK Nov U9. DoHlrliiR not to bo connected with iv firm wtlli clients whbso Interests ho might ho called ilium to opposo In Coligrens Martin W. Littleton Representative- olccl from tho First District and for- mer Toxnn. hns wltlulniwn from the law firm of O'Brien Bonrdman Piatt & Littleton of which ho became n member threo years ngo. The firm Is connected with tho United Stales Ex- press Coriipany which Imb opposed a parcels post ami many railroad cor- porations Tho partnership so far ns ho Is concerned Was dissolved two dayB ago and Mr.Llttloton has announced that while he will continue to prnetlco law In his own name he will not accept business from corporations which could possibly bo effected by laws which may be enacted at the next sos- slon of Congress. In a formal state- ment tonight he said: "I am persuaded iliat full fidelity to my firm and their cllonts mig...

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

i i ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER VMLVHI XXX. AHiutNK watxit vrKHu.iv iKn;Min;K ihio. ftUMRK 1M. m i- jj Hi 40 INJURED IN . ENGLISH WRECK TIIIST SECTION QV PASSENGER TJIAIN HITS SECOND SEC- j TION AT JUNCTION. ORDERS MIXED SOMEWHERE Engineer Sltlfta - Mnmo rom Shoulders; Locomollvo and Rear Coach Telescoped Doctors Called In. Own a By Associated ProBS. LONDON Dec. 5.- Forty PrBonB wore serloualy Injured and probably thirteen of that number fatally in a collision on the London & Northwes- torn railway at WMonsden Junction mJ incident occurred when the sec ond section of a passenger train from Watford pldnged lftto me ursi nu which was standing at the Junction. The engineer In a statement made af- ter the mishap says he was running under orders and had instructions to take the main' track Into the Junc- The locomotive of the second sec- tion and rear roach of the tot". tlon were'liternlly smashed to pieces Both the engineer and fir.oman jump- ed for safety an instant before th...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 6 December 1910

P-! V ' .t?i " i -imwi'ij mifatmtUt 'i in i i r wi i&rij(Bi - fwiiMMaiMMiiHHIIW FA1 TW MHmMSSnaiaCI FINAL SEME BY OR. TfiUETT IVASTOK OK BAM.AS rOXCMWKH SUCCKSHFrti KNUAMlMHJiT IN FMHT CUl'HCH rUR-A GOOD WARFARE" i . I Minister Outlines Destinies of Christ- Jhhs to Tliclr God Accept Christ As Lord nml Mask-r as Well As Plvlnc Savior. Tho service at tho First Baptist church Friday nght was tho greatest; of tho entire scHcb of meetings which has been conducted by Dr. Goorgo "W. Truett pastor of tho First Baptist church Pallas with Mr. It. H. Cole- anan business manager of the Baptist .jswnuaru uanas jeamng mo singing jrbe audlonco crowded tho magnificent oradltorlum and balcony to ovorflow- JUnK. Tho Sunday school rooms on tho 1 i XX. ...... .......1 4 ..... ..... rP fltrt iiurui wuiu uacu iu otim jm.i. w u. b(J itlsy ror Christ Tlioro are many tsongrcgatlon. The singing was grand flgur03 mdcr wnlch tho Christian Hfo Jwid tho Bermon by Dr. Truett ono of g rcsontti. Paul hero repre...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 6 December 1910

im J GQLQUITT NAMES -NEW APPOINTEES SUrTLKMKMTAKV LIST IS MADK rUMLlU BY HIS PKIVATK -SKCKKTARY BOWMAN HAS NOT FINISHED THE JOS' More Appointments to Follow Shortly; Charles G McDonald Kaufman County Friend 'Slated (or Secretary of State. AUSTIN bee. 3. T. J. Bowman Private Secretary to Govornor-oloct Colquitt this afternoon announced a number ofJmportant appointments to state offlcorB. They follow: Secretary of State Charles C. Mc- Donald of Kaufman county - Adjutant General Henry Hutchins of Travis county. Members of the Governor's military staff with tho rank of Lieutenant Col onel B. F. Bonnor of Harris county P. A. Chapa of Bexar county Abo Gross of McLennan county E. H. R. Green of Kaufman county Jako F WoUers of Harris county William C. Cameron of McLorinan county. Three additional members of the staff are to be selected from Texas National Guard of fleers below tho rank of Colonel. State Purchasing Agent John G. Mc- Kayof Bell county. Members of tho Board of Pardon Louis V H...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 6 December 1910

HMM Ippfw i r wwm it ON REP0R1 OF SECRETARY Mtlfl kai or tiii! navy ukpaktmkmt OfTKKS 80MK StMJWHTIONH 4. TO rRKSHHJN TAFT' miSH MANO NAVY YARDS n-M-BMcnt Docks on Southern Const Feints and on l'flcltlc 'K'Oiui Shall Ho Abandoned Says Tlio Secretary WASHINGTON Dor. G.Tho result t a careful porsonnl investigation by Secretary Gcorgo von L Meyer of many of the nnvhl yards and naval stations aro apparent In certain sweep- ing? recommendations for the abolition of somo of theso and tho development Ot others as Set out In tho Secretary's annual report just made public. Socrctary Meyer recommends giving tip and disposing of tho naval stations at Now Orleans Fonsacola San Juan Port Royal Jow London Sacketts Hnr "bor Culobra and Cavile. He finds tho average yearly cost of maintaining theso stations for tho past five years has been $1072G75 -whUo very little useful work has been performed there- in. In making tlioso recommendations tJho secretary says ho is following di rectly along the prog...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 6 December 1910

' 2.rr. .tag '-raaaawMaw .i. &- L. PAflK riT 3 5" -: MHNrrtXD AT H.K.VT(WA Iwy 3liwwTf4 rwHttr Ifft rdf Dtim WkHfi Tryhnt Hi HKffKwwfit HttHfir f I'Mmlli II Itrlim A Via? Wmk HMwm to Fow MlHHtfn !! nm"iir Httd Nfl Tho trnRedy onneltoU nt Saratoga on Inst Monday la wllhunt doubt uunrc c'cilontctl In criminal nntmlfl A boy shot (tcitil without warning liln fath- er ilfo for (lend Ir tho Biuninnry of nn ntfalr which linn Bhookod tho whole county as novor boforc. Doth had loft early Monday to ask tho man who had ruined ona of their i jCiiniily to right tho thing as far ns posslblo nob asking much' only to marry her'. TJint'iiq trouble Was ox pectod t flhoi)i by tho stntcinont of tho fathof wj-Njkt present lies at bid homo sorlouBlVJnndod. "Wo know our daughter had been wronged by this man and many nlghtB with bowed hwlp had tried to think of a mean to nave tho thing righted In a peaceful ny. As a rather J would not consider myself much of a man did I not make Borne effort to shield ...

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

. .. . -. 1 "ftlX ...111. f .....' J'..'1 '"."""..". '' . ' .p.- "l" ' " ' " .'" ' A8M-EWE SEMHWEEKLT FHI HEPOHTEB MUNMNirTIM RATKSl f )W imilllHMIMimitHMtHtlHHIMlflW fell MHtitll lliliimiMMIMllHIIIIMlllllMIIMII TXMSMtONKSl BtiMnci.B nml Circulation 8 W; C-t; RobortB C-T.Ono Ring lMltotlnl Offlco Roberts 151. fo Ehitored nfl scCdnd cln88 mull nt Abilene TextiB October U 1008. The figures show that tbo population- of tbo United States will foot up at leaBt 01000000 That Is going some. There nre many evidences of tbo transition of Abilene from n vlllngo to a city and one of tbo most-bcautlful was tbo trnnBltl6n of tbo First Baptist Church from tbolr Old building Into tbo new and modern building which tho congregation baa just occitpledi Thero aro never misunderstandings npd hard feelings When men deal openly honestly 'and sincerely with each other. Tho man who tries to deal otherwise and seeks to lead bis. fellows will soon realize that ho himself has been deceived and not the folks b...

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