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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 6 December 1910

FAM KtKK isnuim: r.xri.onKS. Three .'Heiuhern tit Trala Crew KIU Near Snbllcr Snmmll Huh W IK ti Areldont 0Hf k SAhT I.AKM CITY lluh Deo fl.- An cilulno 011 tho Denver Hlu Grand riillhind oxpltutod todliv near Boldloif auiumlti killed tho engineer fireman nn'd hraheman. gpi impmmmmmmmmm n - - .m - i ' j '''"''"'.'.ly.'L'.l.lliJ. '" ' '" """" '' .'. ' " '"' L m mm&tcrwiwamarmfmtTmwiikmt?. jwr' Mi-r m m -. farx.7. .. -- km& - You Must Head this II You Want th rM5ziL. njl!''...: ' 'Trr'-B qjjri ... v y2Z K" A Velvet Suitwitl Constitute tOdf W and J S2 STYLUS IX KEEPING WITH VOCTII- Fill GHAKMS THE DEIIUTAN'TE WEAHS NO JEWELS HAKDKESS- ING EVEN IF'ELAltOJtATE MUST SUGGEST YOUTH NO DIAMONDS HUT A FORTUNE IN FL'KS PEH-MISSlHLF-DANCING FHOCKS. N Decomber most Of the "buds" In they aro allowed a privileged peep at ; tho delights-to-be and "a week or so later onle of theinv carefully shelter ed under the maternal Avlng make a tentative appearance nt the Horse sinn.tr atiri avpti nr T...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 6 December 1910

M . I'llll HM" I QwT T&va xiWtottSals -Sfasrte IforoA&ft S)evTw ... .aaalBil 1 U 1 F ft W 111 - M'i li I I 1 u AOb frl aVocV.5 wvttvav Voo Yimcovi 1ov Yv mt o a vop mw aoofcs ov liar cemtottfYwiw V WoaAtaa Sa. 3to - corns it & most ootW ttmft-fo-a Viteiiwtaw tf ttit GtouAmas svowV scasoxv &Umo tcW .iwt wo so mvxrtv awtocUUa.. fcxxW vs slooV Ttfactaft sato xna axe qxo.V VVia Voost vcUea bov& tiuw meA VTxTiQUXTvWr- mvA ttvaxVt ou Ve4& -otVccs axe far two 5aW WlcWtt4 fi VVvo most taaxa.M qpkYtyA. fco M Sdt sec W wAVkdb caw swroe ox xeaWic vc xwiotUtA sa)w4s ossv)o vcto WvXs xaeoVt Begins with tho greatest line of high-class' Suits and Overcoats over offered at bargain . prices. ' . Come Vte oxw 0 &3vv& You will surely find the Suit or Overcoat you want at 'such a low price that you will not be able to resist buying. Remember that every garment! is new this season's of the most advanced stylo and thoroughly tailor- cd; fabrics fully guaranteed and retunfa...

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 December 1910

'" " W'-ffW ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER VOLUME XXXI AMILKNK TEXAS FNMAY DClCUlU' I i lUlll. NIIMMKK t. m m-: y i t- . A .-.. J..: . s' f I t STATEWIDERS MEET i TO DISCUSS PLANS Sessions of Prohibition Convention are -V Galled at Port Worth Today; Thousand Present. POINDEXTER IS Late Candidate for Governor Delivers Stirring Address in WhichHe Declares Saloons Must Be Driven from Texas. Special to Tho Reporter. f FORT WORTH Dec. 8. One of the most Important soml-polltlcal gath- erings that ever assembled In a Texas city was called to order In Fort Worth this morning for an all-day session. It Is the fore-runner of the greatest of all living Issues statewide prohibition and prominent prohi- bitionists from all sections of the state have assembled to dovlso ways arid means whereby the Lone Star state will be thrown Into that category of commonwealths unalterably opposed to tho saloon. Shouting "Texas 1b going dry tho prohibition cpnvcntion opened at nine .o'clock this morning. in ...

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

""""fWlil v TWI IS MOi SPEAKERS iCOUNT JOIIANX VOX HKKWfOW ahdkiissks (utiikwinu at statue uxvei1.1xo. LAUDS STEUBEN'S MEMORY TnnA te bo t'oiintrjiuiiit of llrftvo rutrlot Who. dftto till Career Ih German Army to Aid Cmwo of Freedom. 3Jy Associated Press. WASHINGTON D. Ci. JDec 7. Count OTohaun Holnrlch von Bo'rnstorff Ocr- man Ambassador to tlio United States ilcllvorcd thd following address today to ten .thousand nooplo nsseniblcd to witness tlio unovlllng of the statu o of General Baron von Steuben on La- Tayotto Squaro: I highly appreciate tho honor and jirlvllogo of appearing and address- ing this Imposing gathering after hav- ing had tho pleasure of hearing tho el- oquent! speech made by tho President JMany descendants of tho old German -stock who have found n new homo in Ihifl hospitable country and now form 31 natural bond of an .over increasing friendship between Germany and tho United States have como to Washing- Ion today to dp honor to the memory or ono of tho most disti...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 9 December 1910

i Xm tkm r M M-- -- ----"- --JJ-"J "" -ji- -" -L - - - - - - - - - - - - u - - FOR HOLIDAY SHOPPERS This Store is ready for you with splendid lines of Holiday Goods in every department. New and pretty lines of Novelties suitable for Christmas presents for every member of the family are arriving by express' daily. Our preparations for Christmas shoppers are thorough and we invite you to come to thistore and see the hundreds of suitable Christ- - . - 1 T-v' 1 "XT MV J 1 . .- V 1 1 . J 1 1 mas gilts now on special uispiay. - i ouynrisimas snopping can oe aone pieasanny ana profitably at this store. f EARLY SELEfn&NS ARE ALWAYS BEST Let us suggest tha you avoili theual last rush just before Christmas Eve by making vour selections now. We'll or the items ior you until called tor. Hqre Are a Few of For Ladies We have beautiful new Neckwear. .N-ew Silk Hosiery New Gloves New Belts Shopping Bags Head Scarfs Traveling Slippers. House Sllppors. Pretty Comb Sets Jewel Buckles Purs and Fur ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 9 December 1910

Prices dre Cur For I r k Holiday Shopping Substantial Gifts are in every department of this store and tfefe" price of thousands of articles is cut deep. Every department of this' store is being unloaded for less than the goods can be bought in the who esale markets. An unusual ODDortumtv tnis is ior areai sav- " L A ing on your Christmas buying. REAUTIEUL DRESS GOODS $1.25 Woolen Dress Goods 44 to 62 inches wide In Taffeta French Serge etc for only 89c 75c to 60c Horrlngbono stripes '40 to 44 Inches wide at a yard 59b G5c Woolen Dress Goods 3G to 38 Inches wldo on sale at only the yard.....47c 50c Danish Cloth sale price 29c 25c stylish Reps on sale at only .the the yard 19c 15c Dross Suitings brt sale only the yard .......................... 9c 20c Shadow Suiting on sale at only the yard ...'. . . .14c bargains in Silks. $1.00 Yard wide black Taffeta Silk on sale at the yard ...... '690 $1.25 Quality Black Taffeta Silk on sale at only the yard .; '.. 89c $1.25 Yard Wldo Colored Taf...

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 — 9 December 1910

? a m i x: i IBM KAS POPULATION OF INN h'h .' INCUSE SINCE LAST CENSUS 7.532 Lonm Star 9tat Now Takmm Fifth Mao In Point ot Population Having Madm Qrmatmr Progfmm Than Any Othmr Whloh Cx- oma It in the Number of In habitant m MEMS FOUR ADDITIDKAL CONGRESSMEN Hohcrtnon 37.454 Uookwnll 807a UuimuiB 20858 Utink . 20010 Snblno 85811 Ban Augustine .. ..... 11201 Sail Jnclnto 0.B12 Hnn Patricio .. 7:t07 San Snbn ..... ...... 11245 8ehlolehor .' 1893 Scurry ... . . 10924 wMil nXinfcl pmH rymfn(. tf VH In Klt1 fcl thp rw4ln f Arm mi ioM by Ifcwmtief Uth tt WKtrMt IttfiwMime itnrf Mn niirte II nMliion In off. lid rttollty litil nto Umm of hi MO AiHKH.iamUwfrom Altilnno 800 Mcrltuic nunllileii of rtmtuciit which 1nJttimitWit nmM room kw mm' wfluw f ttta wfflHMcnt art iwW a-l-nmm hDUm'. nnvor-frtlllitr water ih na atiMlnit giant Wi.iliiu nmA ruhm. .. k 1 .. i . il Shackelford Shelby tli'4it Dallas County With 135748 Ranks Eirst; Bexar With 119676 Second; Harris With 116693 Third; While Sarrant...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 9 December 1910

THHTOSWteW'' KVP4RWVHPV4" -r-rrittti .auKsti intuit ntritiMiHMHii.Kitt U U h ?rive jatstton i mm httwnnt for nnftwor a dellfnto tllijtH)t for biiiplt irpnUnent ami one whlci Jnr itinntior of worldly chirrs nro aomtltlvo rtboul tint u (liirltm tllnrljiln of H.H limit n wMI nit dvld rlghl IjIHIKHcih with ft fifoHmU pnnturnto III 4ln rliy of Beaumont to Hiinrtl l)r C A. Hldtoy turn Blgnlflml with ilium coiirniU' .than pnidmuo hla piirpono to prench n iBrrinnit llhvt Mimilnt miMillltr nn llm alllilnltt "Tiin I'lmrnli UiibIiiosh rtint Qlreulntlnti. 8. W. U7i lloborlri 0-7Ono ltlng Ul0 jol)0 8um Uo Iiy (llU l0 m8 u pMro -rtrsriacrtir: rssjftitaA. ME StlHKEUT FMM REfittl Mt'lWIKirt'lHS KATIfcU PM yr i i 1 1 1 1 i i i t t 1 1 1 tfliM last Wen win MiiiMi)iiiiniiiiiiMiiiti(Mi)ii i9 TKIiKPNONKSt Editorial Office Roberta 151 Entered nf sucoml uloa ninil at Abilene Texas October M 1009. Till: DOCTM.Ni: of popular ELECTIONS. Governor Harmon of Ohio hhd Govornorolcct Woodrpw Wilson of New Jersey w...

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 — 9 December 1910

rn Minn ST. LOUIS SHOE . IS W HERE .MULTIMILLION'AIHK A. FRKIDMAX OF 100TWHAU FAXi: SPUN! yesterday in city. MERELY INSPECTION TOUR Looking Olor West Toxns Territory In (.'annul lny;' IIrh Unshaken Faith In the Future of Toxns i nnd tlic Whole West. Prom "Wednesday's Dally. A. Friedman of St. Louis Mo. who spent yesterday in Abilene left on the midnight eaBtbouud Texas & Pacific passenger last night for his home land via For: Worth nnd Dallas. Wealthy Shoo Manufacturer. Mr. Freldman besides coming In tho category of the multl-mllllonafro Is tho active head of tho Froldman-Shelby Shoo Company of St LOUls one of the largest shoo Industries In the world and maker of tho famous "Red Goose" brand. Tour of inspection. Mr.. Freldman's visit to this (section was merel a tour of Inspection Into tho district Covered by hl3 firm and to look over widely advertised West Texas generally. "In spite of adverse conditions" he said "I have great faith In this sec- tion " While li tho city Mr. Fri...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 9 December 1910

I'U 1. - . L II ' ' "." " MWMiiHM iiiii ii i himi in i ir ipi i'iV nmirr iii iiw 11 i nn imrn-T r "" ' i h n a i l i ill i ' ' ' ' ' ' ' """ ' '"" " ' " ' 1 oc&V "KeivBa 5Ws mWsAc I ii I Ill ill . i II II m I II I I i I I i PPQHIBinORISTS NAME DELLBATES TO FT. WORTH L GOODWIN FREED By J DEFENDANT IN MURDER CASE IS ACQUITTED AFTKU TRIAL LASTING 2 HAYS . w I rr-nviianiiir ninniiunri itiii Pust ccn notified ot another liinova- row night committees Will 1)0 Ilppolll- TrnTlmflllY R Rfi IIM STINT Ml !tlon wllch hns Jocn mdo '" telegraph ted to begin arrangements for tho en- I I.U Milium UIIIUUIIIUinniinL BorVico t0 )0 nown as tho Special tortninment of tho Supremo Senate of Ooonn mnll service- It Is designed tothe order which will meet In this city Slate Attempts to Pro to Goodwin JId Killed His Fnlher RcCntmo Latter Hud Objected to Ills Reported Engagement District Court ndjolirncd at Brock onrldgo Wednesday afternoon nnd trict Attornoy Mnhaffey and Court Reporter Graham returned hom...

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 — 13 December 1910

fr ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY FARM REPORTER YOU) XXI Xmtt KNK TEXAS TUK8DAY DKQKXMKk IK lit. M'MHKK . I TUFI NAMES JUSTICES EDW. WHITE OF LOUISIANA SLATED CHIEF .1USTICE SUPKEME COUHT. IS GEORGIAN QK SUPREME BENCH Joseph Lama of Georgia n Personal Friend of llio President Nominated Associate Justice? Taft Names Commcrc Court Judges. By Associated Press: wASHtNOTQN. Do . 12. President Taft sent to the Senate today the fblj lowing nominations: ?; Chief Justice of the Supremo Court Judge Edward "White of Louisiana sucpeeding Melvillo Wl Fuller deceas-' ed. .."' " Associate Justices SUprotae CQtirt- Willis Vandaventer of .Wyoming and Judge Joseph Lamar of Georgia. Judges Court of Commerce. Judgo Court of Commerce Martin Tfnnnn flvo venr toTm: Robert Archi bald four year term; John Carl of South Dakota two year term; Julian Mack one year term. k Members ' of Interstate Commerce Commission B. H. Meyer of Wis.on- Bin and J. C. McChord of Kentucky: Martin Kuapp named as n Judge of the newly Court ...

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 — 13 December 1910

"tt'X- irAe- ' ttnwpfm aiaaaragsyrs. "TLs&T-er'wntwrim. UNITED STATES NOW HAS " POPULATION OF 93402151 1 Above Figures Include Porto Rico Alaska and Hawaii JUTOMTMENTS Bf DR. L I CONLEY WESTERN ELECTRIC SIS UP. RY. CO MEXICAN REBELS AGAIN MENAGE REALM OF DIAZ HUl'MHlXTKNlJENT STATE PURtlC HUII.Dl.NtI8 AND (JKOUNDS NAMES EMPLOYEES. TEXAS PACIFIC DEFENDANT IN MTIUATlON t'OU UECOVEltV OP A LARGE AMOUNT. Renewed Revolutionary Activities Are Reported in Chihuahua :JuJmMmrmimsr-Jat'xsjsr s i J r a it t pu m ft- p- SIN 0U1 SATURDAY ft o Of ft ft CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES 18 HOME OF 019f22(l7 SOUL& WASE0H09 PERCENT ft ft Ttal Population With nil Possessions is AUOUt JUJflUVUW. ft 0 'ft .By Associated Press. t WASHINGTON D. C Boa 10. Tho ft .total population of tho Continental Un- & dted States not Including Alaska Ha- -wall and Porto Rico was announced r fin- iw Onsus Director Durnnd asift S:LD722G7 and Including Alaska Ha- waii and Porto Itico Is 93'40I21&1. Tho abovo figur...

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 — 13 December 1910

t tm Tttttat m '' !!"" " ' ' " " '"" " ' " " ' '' H Soe.V "Kep& JAm.t 'STOttv SgmWs 'D&VVft SB . ' '" " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' NGIttRY ROOF IS OH PUNT HEADY JUNE 1ST FIBHTtNB NOT OVER IN SECTIONS OF CHIHUAHUA Mr .1 II Hill Ittfi on w Wftmk SvpuHhmiihI irrtlii yflsiiiftlnr ovrhlttn tm Tuysh in vIMl lirr unit ttho In m employe nf II10 IVtni ft ttoriflu ritt way H HAM SEE SHARP DROP PREDICTION 1IY .1. 1U BERTtfAND PINE STREET MERCHANT WAS FULFILLED. BUT TURKEYS ARE THE SAME tl H KKAIi estate w A ?! J. P. Moliler to 0 II Hoover 80 1-3 norcB out of section 1 Gran- thnm survey In Taylor county $000 iiml ottior coiiHldorntlnnB. J D. Cotliorn to J V Cunningham Iota G mid 0 block 13 Miller subdivision of blocks 191 and 192 city of Ablloiio $1 and othor considerations. U. C Clay" find wife tx) C W. Dud- ley lot 6 nnd thq south half of lot 5 block 10 lown of Morkcl ?1 and other considerations. 4 . ii n. t..i.. -niciin Mrs' Jako Bollnger nnd Mrs Aristocratic Gobblers Lijoy J) sllnc- Prtlltt tlon...

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 — 13 December 1910

SSJL t. t h t 'Hfz M n I m ti fls (rjM mm noma m mm HV A1UI.KNH WUNTlNtt VOMI-ANY ......LilnilllllltlMtlHllltllMI!' ------- ..? .. M W Mk'lVV ftMV HV NMHI HAW. It roRin uicid Minn threw e m mwch In fcaM' inn of farm intrinrtt over rimfliry roml turn intln In tMw (WhW liH th wi wttvlw toMn on Hutntfrftii Wtthwny. Kimlwnl villi loo.oon much or romi jjtmiiw himum n much every uiron ihwii n ihoUMM mlcn uponilii on a.lfiMOO mile or ronrt. Tito United tttntcn lodny luu 1cm paved highway limn fittKlnml nml nfler Kpendlug $3000000000 lit no yvitr on torn! wo Imvo very IHUn to "how except trnils ilmt mid $8B0W0. 000 K tlio cot of irnnorllnn farm produce from tlirr farm to tho railroad track. Thai tlgvfro roprsontit ap proximately tho coat of our nrcaonl neglect ftiul tho uttvlnit that mlRht he mmlo l tho cost ttt living without Injuring anybody or reducing anybody' profltB. Tho ft'd- ded cont of linullng farm produce duo to badly Improved rondB la mntnly if Iho Items of tlmo conBumcd 1y man ...

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 — 13 December 1910

MHiMteMWsf iSSSWrtE9('5s(iSSJPHr'S"iS" S Si.; '1 v. -'.ife ' LOCAL NEWS ITEMS from MONDA TS DA1L Y ...-ijMWfciiUfc f ' .iVW BEAL FQfl BONOS MS - My BEEN CONSUMED Vtiwi Dwtarpfi Mtworn To CttHtrnry UHttarrioitfitl mime mm m . BUYS STOCK At WINTERS .MlMlCr.KtHPMHH lry itMi (toMtMM)' Closo Out to MfitwH Wftver Of AMIcho Tho .Mlnlar-I2morAon Company Ih no moro but In Its Btimll yo liavo the Morgan Weaver Dry Goads. Comimny. This olmngo was effected Monday when MoYgon Weaver one of Ablleno'o biggest and foremost business mon bought outt tbo former company the tieni anogcinor invoivinR zu.uuu m- County Jndgo DlodBoo returned thin tnnMilnir from Itasca whoro Mrs. Died- boo has boon visiting her father. The Judge Is back from a trip to "Drown county Waxahachlo una oiner poinm whoro he In company with other Tay lor county officials viewed BOgmonts ...! MnHavnrtnf1 prtnil rnnclfl. Com I misslortors EubankB Jonea and Dan-Ulead of the holdings of the MlnterB ner County Surveyor Riney nnd Gov-.'...

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 — 13 December 1910

SJ tH 1 $ A I fcJ .t Je .tMI hM4jhuirt j PAUL HOLMS 6EIS HIE OF VENUE UKNAtHV M.W H-lf HW AMHM Vmrhirr Mwmlwl 8 H l rMHVHm i i-w VmK I'll!. i NHW VHtK lr 0. M;h Anerim- ihv. tlufUhhtlmum rmln. "wlm wu " 'IJflfcl U fV t0B HU Ul riMJlRIt III ('rlmi' VS t'oinmlllrd l Hmnil towh tn.niid Job in I'Mlcd m.un Mnrrtml Vr tVfm Yvwitr Wrl Alli'itt'tl ;mnV tnkn.Un III n'Bltlmiro I'M" In Urn Horn HiiIihmI It) ItnU niw York Vlty. )l In Iwro now "look won Hor) f KIIIImk. e Uivc around" mi ho puia '. nnd lie him Iihh made ml rlniuto reinrt. to Okln I'KrOH l)if. U.-niBtrh Jmt4t lionm launch today granted. chtuiKo f Nnw York a lino town" ho dcolnr vonuu to I'mU llolm(s wwtyiiB vlmrKJ(j miBm tt u question no to hlr nil wlih Hhootluit nml Itlllllift Knox iira -itn hoi milts curtain wKuie '" '"- . I-'T-T-T1 - - 4 111 turn. VVe 86Ht for xonipio mm Crow and wounding Ci'ow'b father Just iim tho elder Crow llulnhod rending n mnrrlngo service uniting Ills daughter tint! oHIinou. Holmes was accused of htivlii...

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 — 13 December 1910

PAtttt mtx fc .- .. '-1 ?. .; .: vft So'sIiiiF RECORD IS BROKtH BY A ism MHiAdNlfUX A8CKNU8 m FKKT A3tl ALIttHTS AIiMOHT FltOZKtf By Associated Press. PAN Franco Deo. 0. Ascending from Uio nvalatlon Hold hero today LogagiiQUX hrpko tho world's altltUdo record. Ho roso to a holght of 10.40Q foot then descended -and landed safe- ly. Ho was almost frozen when ho reached thtf ground. Ho used n lllorlot jMononlnno. Worse than an alarm of flro at night Voro cold and "tough of croup bring- ing dread to tho household. Caroful mothers Iteop Foley's Honey and Tar In tho house and glvo It at the first Blgn of danger. lb contains no opiates. McLcmorcBass Drug Co. Mm tiMBHH iwuinh vm I'ltmrrt Ht'fttor f JIm Swl ViHpjt Hwr. M Vtito) to (hit IM Mwr rhv YnM Mrs. WiHIlim will leave n tho rc Mil waul hound T. & 1. imimeuoi thin ovonlng ror rlior homo In Ulnnscock euiity Bho canto In today from dim Nod vnlloy Avlioro riho Was immmoned last Thursday to tho htftaldo- ut her fnthor r A. uogors one of...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 13 December 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
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 16 December 1910

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER vm1 aHH.KNK TEXAS 1 1UIA DIICEMHUIt 111 HMD. VOLUME XXXI M'MllKK S POLAR CONQUEST 1VIIITSKV AND CAPTAIN BARTLETT IU MAKK A DA8U FOR THE SOOTH POLE BOTH SEASONED EXPLORERS Whitney Worked with Cook In Many Expeditions mid Cunt. Bnrtlctt Commanded thp Hooseiclt Under It. X. l'cnry. By Associated Press. NEW HAVEN CONN. Dec ID. Har- ry Whitney tho well known Polar Biiortamnn In a telegram from New Orleans to the Journal-Courier states that he and Captain Bnrtlett expect to Btnrt on their dash to the South Polo next year if possible. Cant Bartlctt commanded the Roosc velt on the Sorth Pole expedition un- der Commander Peary. Whitney has for years hunted big gamo Jn the Arc- tic Circle. An Ironical circumstance In connection with tho proposed expe- dition is the fact that Whitney and Dr. P A. Cook tho discredited explorer were formerly fast friends and fellow workers. Lieut. Sir Ernest Shackelton hears tho distinction of penetrating closer to tho South Pol...

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 — 16 December 1910

iV-4 jastemp t iitmmmimmmmminmii'viMmmfmm'imm'immm ttm$mmmei0mmmmmm rim two He SSHESSKteM PEDERNALES SCENE OF BLOODY BATTLE Eebels Fight Navarro's Troops to Standstill; Bayonets Used at Close Quarters. THIRTY CITIZENS Accused of Conspiracy against Government and Unable to Prove Innocence Were Taken Out and Summarily Disposed of IBy Associated Press: NEAR PEDENALES Mexico Dec .'tolls of which woro obtalimblo today a party of revolutionists fought tho TFcdoral troops under command of Gen Navarro to a standstill nnd although xreatly Inferior In number kept tho govermcntals at bay for moro than nine hours. Pcrdenales is a small station botween Chihuahua and Madera on tha (Chihuahua and Northwestern railway and Is looked on ns a strategic point Inasmuch as the troops occupying It havo dominion oyer a largo nnd rich area and are in easy marching distance of Chihuahua. The town Is sltut -atod In a valley nnd from the surrounding mountains tho defending parly can post big cannons nnd keep a...

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