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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 23 December 1910

290 MEN BURIED IN ENGLISH COLLIERY . Hi i Explosion of Gases Responsible; Little Hope of' Rescuing Many of Victims Entertained PITIFUL SCENES Wives and Children Gather at Mouth of the Mine Half Crazed with Anguish- Only Eight Miners Escaped 10 Bodies Recovered By Associated PreBs BOLTON England Dec. 2. An explosion In the Little Hulton Company s colllory today entombed 290 minors. One boy Is tho only porson who hns thus fur mndo his wav to tho surface. Tho number of dead will not bo known Jor 3omo time. ' . f Itcscno Pnrtlcs At Work. Rescuing pnrtlcs havo brought out seven men and boys safely and have re- covered five dead bodies. It is behoved that many who were not killed by the noxious gases havo been burned to death. Thousands of persons aie surrounding tho mouth of tho colllcryt Among the number are tho half erased wives and children of tho victims. Scenes pitiful boyond description aro being enacted. 4 a. Only Eight Men Escape. BOLTON England Dec. 21.Up to2 o'clock this aftern...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 23 December 1910

iwiiiWff1tilwy '''' X I'f Local News Items from Thursday's Dilly t WILLIAM CRANSTON DEAD; PNEUMONIA CAUSED DEATH .... tr i1111Pimmi Pioneer A1.IIMH' rmiiilrj Hiiiicliiiiiiii Uhcn t Itcunnlj Sunluil I" Pour Son Tmi Ihitiglilcr. I """' Minium rfitnntini. n tiloncur Abllono eouutiy ruuchmntiillod at four o'clock jutculny Hfloiiioon at his homo near Hodges following n shoit illucss. Death Is uttrlhutcil to pneumonia which nssumed nn aggravated form owing to the frail constitution of Mr Cranston. News of his denth was telephoned into Abilene Into yesterday afternoon to R. 0. llnll an intimate friend of the family. Mr. Hall and n party of local citizens will leave tomorrow morning In tho former's automobile to attend tho funeral service which IS to be held at one o'clock In the .Midway D.iptlst churcn. y ''." Years In Section. Air. Granston cumo td the Abllono country about twenty-flvo yearB ago and sluco that time nild up to his death had been an extensive land own- er. Airs. Cranston a ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 27 December 1910

ft i ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER I'OI.UMK XXXI ahh.mnk tkx.19 TtMisuw m;ri:Miti:R a? jbiii M'MIIKK ft f j. u Hi THE WORD IS MADE FLESH" TEXT OF A CHRISTMAS SERMON l'HEACHED SUNDAY MORNING BY REV. E. It. AUX&X TWO SERVICES CHRISTMAS DAY Morning Fraycr and Holy Communion nt 10:00 In (ho Horning nmrScr- ilce For Sunday School Chil- dren nt 4:30 Evening Ernm Mnnrliiv'n finllvs Two services were held Christmas day in the church of 'the Heavenly Itest (Episcopal) cornor of North 3rd .and Orange streets ond at ton thirty o'clock In the mo'rnlng at which tho Holy Communion was administered - and the other a service for children at lialf past four in tho afternoon. At the morning service tho vested choir sang Dudley Buck's To Duem Lada- mus and Mrs. S. M. Alexander sang the offertory. ( Rev B. R. Allman rector preached tho morning sermon. Ho choso as his text: "The vord was made flesh." St. John 1.14. His sermon'in part follows: r "Tho "Word was mado flesh." St John 1:14 Here as if...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 27 December 1910

Ifc If Vs r l?L i ''au. -i ' ' j- "'" " fc WM m nil 1 W Co Trohibtt Fijced Trie Uhw York Commcrelnl Thoro nro bIkiib In Washington tlml tho bill forbidding thm no-colled fixoil-prlco plan" or iigrcemctit bo twrnn mntmfncturor mid retailor or letwooii Jobber nnd retailor or ho- tweon manufacturer nnd Jobber III awlof. Uio practice undCr which cut- ralo prices by rolnllcrs Mo Mndo prac- tically IntpoBBlblo will bo pushed -vigorously for pnsBago by the present wmgrenn. Thoro nro not wanting tliofjo who contend that not only tho ehorrtinn "anti-trust" law but tho common law as woll make- this unlaw-i lul tho theory being. Of course that tho pursuing of such a plan whother Ijy direct) agreement or othorwlso con stitutes an net In restraint or trnue and that tho partlos to It constitute a "comblnnUon" as defined by tho Sher- man act. It Is extremely doubtful bowovcr if a fedoral court would over convict and lino as a law- Ijroakor either tho manufacturer who prints on a can of Boup its re...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 27 December 1910

mm REBELS I BURNING BRIDGES KOM'lWXB'ntltX TRAIN OUT OP EL IMBoVlNVft IT IMt'OS- 8I1ILK TO PROCEED SITUATION IS VERY CRITICAL Willi Jfnynrro Surrounded by Rebels I Looks As If IloTOIutlon Now llss Chance Pf Success Amor. lenns Apprehensive. . Special to The -Reporter EL PASO. Doc. 24. Tho Mexican Northwestern passenger train which loft hero yestordny morning for Casas Grandcs running without ordors re- turned lato last night and reported dozens of bridges burned below Lena station. ThQ train stopped 65 miles Tjelow Juraez because a Bection of Ihotrack had boon dynamited. An S0 foot trestlQ between Lena and Cone- Jos was burning and every bridge of Importance for miles was in flames. 4t SItnntlon Yen' Critical Developments during the last week have served to give the revolutionary situation In Chihuahua a much graver aBpect than it has yet had. In ovory skirmish the rebels have been victori- ous and gradually Navarro's little ar- t my has been cut to pieces. Now au- thentic reports s...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 27 December 1910

Hag--Mi J "f PRESIDING ELDER ATFIR31 METIS (Continued from pnRo one) lia boon flung HIh Ineurnotlon had iit)Ui)nR to do with hla oxlatcncu. Yot fils Incarnation Wiib n manifestation of a MMiclnl coining. Ho camo in person n a physical man vlslhlo Thoro could ho no further room for ilonht whether they accepted him or whether they rojectod him. ThlB was ft special coming hccaiiBO be was coming to IiIb own land: Pal- eatlnoi to ills own people: tho Jowb. Jfo camo to tho world at largo but through a parlfculah locality. Ho camo to humanity iri general but through a particular nation. And this was the fulfillment of a special covenant which God mado with Abraham. The JoWs wero to servo and oboyGod and In return ho was to love and savo them. This promiso had heretofore inspired nnd thrilled every emotion of their nature and had become tho soul of their national and religious life. By special training they bad been divinoly educated and disciplined for centuries for his advant. Their schoo...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 27 December 1910

- v I t t BR. MNUN nam s fokmi:k pastor fihst iiai-tist (JHUltCH IIIlHi: PlllISlllKl) at CllltlSTXAB SKKVICKS GREATLV LOVED BY BAPTISTS Is Now Frofciiior of Evangelism Ami JJInnncial Agent of Soniliwcstcrn Baptist Theological Semin- ary al Fort "Worth From Monday's Dally. Dr. L. R. Scarborough or tho South westdrn Baptist Theological Seminary 'nt Port Worth who 1b in tho city spending tho holidays accompanied by his family preached at tho First Bap- tist church Sunday morning and even- ing. At both services tho auditorium was comfortably filled. At tho eleven o'clock servico a col- lection was taken for tho Orphan Home which amounted to sovernl hun dreddollnrs At the close of tho night servico' three wore baptized by tho pastor Rev. C. C. Coleman: Dr. Scarborough was pastor of the church hero seven yearB resigning to accept tho position Which he jiow holds as Professor of Evangelism in tho Seminary and financial agent for that Institution. Ho is greatly loved by f tho church and a w...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 27 December 1910

mmtummumti: . 1 t If - - IHE ABILENE DAILY REPORTER ltY AMUKNH PRINTING COMPANY PMbllthtd Kvory I)'. HW8URU'TIQ.N HATKSt One Month (In advance) - . Threo Months (in advnnco) - -llx Montha (lit ndvnuco) - - -One Year (In ndvonco) ... grain rnut nrwtPd t vnrloH hi whrt m M Htlllft a number df vnrloitc! trt volMttrn nnd fruit tit tunny variolic liorrlen nnil itutn of rtUforonl Hindu unit nUmr prndueU In nuali tllvcrMty n to lrovn n fwliUlon M (o what could ho rtani -with MlimlMlppI mill and by 'ono Individual H wiw n ftrcnt exhibit Indicative' of i U'o wonderful iroanlblllUoii of nurlouUnr In tho cotton. lltrowliiR roRloun of tho Hbuth niut Indlcntril that ullmil Iklwl by tho proKrcsn of tho bbllvoovll ovltk grout things V am bo nchlovod In Bonttiorn agriculture to Uio boiler- 13' ml C ll.. d.Mitli ni-nti ttimtnh tirniliirMmi nf t'ntlmi ll.l'Ul III 111V JVH vi.j.. wvt" .--..- --... tuny bo lessened thereby"' 2.70 6.00 And erroneous reflection upon tho chnrnCter.stntidlng or reputation ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 27 December 1910

P imm JBMILJBWfcmww ii ii iinm i MklllMIMMNHMIIiMWH yat -& 4 a3WJ.ttf ft j. .i.-y. k t Local fftur JURY IN OVERCAST USE DID NOT REACH VERDICT fchrMkitinrtwt MHiMor Case M'rM He- faro .Indue ChIIjih ft Higgle l?HHg In Mistrial J. F. CnnnlitRhnm Esq. returned yes torday from Haskell whoro ha took part as counsel for tho defenso In tho case of tho state versus W. J. Ovorcaah charged with tho 'murder of Sheriff J. G. Spurlc-ck of Throckmortpn couiity. Ovcrcash was defonded by Mr. Cun- ningham Hilton & Murohlson or Has kell and Ben Roynolda of Throckmor ton. Tho fltato was roprosented by tho District-attorney Judgo Wright of Throckmorton and James Klnnard of Haskell. Jury Failed to 'Agree. Tho case went t tho jury iionday evening nnd yesterday thb Jury repor ted that they could not agreo on a ver dict and District Judge Hlgglns of tho 39th district beforo whom tho case was tried declared a ml3trjnl. Tho jury on tho last ballot 1b said to have stood oms for acquittal one- for man-...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 27 December 1910

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Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 30 December 1910

"JflfTIT-Jj ' "1 -TO I Y V ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER f ' VOliVXIt XXXI IMMtXIt 1KXAS KHIIUV tll;li:.KHKHIW lIH M'MHKIt T. "?' r-. 1 r.i- 'sJk.' WrV .-'; ' i "it. S H i II r TMCHERS SCHOOL ..- .. h v Mi :lmost One Thousand Delegates and Visitors Attend the General ' - Session this Morning. f".'W TEXAS AND THE DELINQUENT YOUTH . ' ' Dr. C. S.. Potts of State University jSupt. T. G. Kenney ofHarris' County and Ex-State Supt. R. B. Cousins iDiscuss the Current - -i: Burning Problem. . Tho speakers boforo today's morn- yoiiths. Ih8tead of making thorn throw . ing session of tho State TeacherB' As- money Into tho nubile coffers tho Gates soolatlon hold. In tho auditorium of vllle reformatory should bo conducted tho High School building woro Dr. C. at a loss If necessary In order to build S; Potts of the State University; Supt! up the. bodies and mliids of Its Inmates Trb. Kennedy of tho Harris County In a .steady but suro way. Tho boys School for Boys J Supt E. O. McNcw ' should b...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 30 December 1910

- I' 1 1 u u mm SEMHNEENLY Ftti IEPH1ER -II- - - v. .1 .. f nu hM rr Hl1MMttlulMHUI)ltlll.MMMMMltin tllMllllWlt'tHlllllllMIIIIIIKItlllH W --Ul M4tieM and Circulation a. "V (5-7 J Roberts (J-7Ono Ring Editorial Office Roberts 1C1. festered afl eocond class innll at Abllono Toxas October 14 1908. DEVELOPMENT OF TEXAS Texas Is prodigal In natural resources and as these -wonderful resources aro developed our opportunities arc 'made moro promlnchu Our nulurnl resources are no greater now than formerly but they aro being inoro un- derstood and appreciated as their development goes on. "When Uio first rlqo farm was established In Toxob vc -wcro not impressed that tho state possessed n grcator rea Bultablo to tho production of this cereal than any Btato In tho American union. Yet such Is the case. Till a very recent time wo wore taught to believe that va 'very largo portion of" our stale' was fit only for tho cowman and his herd. As this false notion wns dispell- ed by tho advancement of th...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 30 December 1910

rxn trmH $ wmw-jta.- ABILENE TODAY HOST TO ARMY OF TEXAS TEACHERS ;32nd Annual Meeting Statg Teachers Association to Convene Tonight MEXICANS Ft TO ANSWER GALL WIN'S BODIES IN CONFERENCE FATAL DYNAMITE EXPLOSION AT EL PASO SMELTER PLANT Blasting Material in Slag Pit BlowsUp Buryirg Men in Debris r- P b CROWDS POURING INl ATTENDANCE ALREADY REACHES INTO THE HUNDREDS. 1?Q0 EXPECTED TO BE HEBE All Incoming Trains Hrlng In Dele- gates From Many Parts of Stato t .(WEDNESDAY) Abilene fa today host to tho great " educational army of Texas. Tho first general session of the Ihirty-secqnd annual meeting ot the Stato Teachers Association will convene ati half past seven o'clock this evening in tho au- dltorum of tho First Baptist church. The advapce guard of Bchoolmon commenced yesterday afternoon and All Incoming trains through tho night ' and today's mornlng'hours brought in -delegations. At noon today tho at- ' tondance waT"conservavolyj estima- ted at four hundred with possibly twice as ma...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 30 December 1910

i : r f x 1 1 ' taw vmm . W . .-- - -' teaib iBP" -"-ww ! i .a.M.vMBlBIWI'eaaw " mvmmimmm i 'nTTiiMiM n'" "1 mm mtou wuwp i . . . - I i '-"' 11 . . Wif A If A Teaohers in Abilne (TimnsuAY) ii 000 PRESENT IK ' . BtPIISI GHURGH URKAT AS&K3MU' ATXKNDK1) TIIK FIRST KNi:UAli 8KHS10N feTKAfltEUH MKKTINCl. .WELCOMING ADDRESSES MADE WaTee Kirby ami Dr. Cooper Welcomed Visitors Supt. Smith Responded; State Supt. llralloy Rend Ills Annual Address Quito onu thousand people threo fourths of whom were men mid the public Instruction Inr signifying loyally Mud devotion lt tier wt'ttnro. "1 bid you welcome In tho twmq ot tho Christian College which Ift still younger nnd Btnnllor hut vigorous hint growing. T hid you welcome In tho nnmo ol the Public Schools of our City ttio prldo of our people and hero ib else where tho best expression onu organ of enlightened Democracy. "1 venture to broaden tho welcoming constituency nnd In tho nnmo of tho teachers not only Of Abilene but of Tnylor county nnd ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 30 December 1910

k It. . Wirt friend Ih w1mc.rU1 id lhs T. tl. itnrrlir im'aMr-nt of thn BrtH March Noriiml. n flvctl yeMctdny utterMon ovop tho Toua A Pacific railway Hint Ik In InutNM iIpIpkrIo to the Htftto Teachers' AMoolatlon. Hupurliitotiilnit A. I j. Day of Coin- morcc who In attending (Ho bpbsIohb of thn Hlntn Timchnrs' Annnnlnl!on. la t 1 Mn own cousin of City tiuiinirhitomlont I J. II. llurnntt. This la Prof. Day's first visit to Abllme SUPERINTENDENTS ARE HERE FROM EVERYWHERE Largo Number of Delegates to Stato TCHClK!r8 8t'88lOIIH Hold Rig Jobs Hack nt Homo Comity and City Stiperlntendcnta form a largo quota of the delegates to tho thlrty-Bocond annual sessions of tho Stato Teachers' Association' Out of tho first hundred teachers to reg- ister at the Hotel Grace tho follow- ing superintendents Wore noted; if C Somervllle of Now BoBton and Boston; J. B. SIvelle of Howe; C. R. Plolds of Gall J .T. Henry Smith of LongVlCw' S. D Pcarco of Jayton; N O. Cheney of Paducah; W. E. O'Neal or Aledo;...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 30 December 1910

ruyH J : r-? nms mb mta V u f Jt Wiib the STATE LEGISLATURE WILLI I CREATE ANOTHER NORMAL Ami tin Nbwo 1V1I1 no Central Wert Normal lllc(Cs SyB Prof. Allen of Canyon Oily. Among tho well known vlsltora to the Stato Teachers Convention la Pror. L. Q. Allen formelrly Superintendent of tho city schools of AnBon who now lifts tho chair In Mathematics In tho nqw WcBt Texas Normal Collego nt Canyon City. Pror. Alien arrived on tho first ' westbound Texas & Pacific train yes- torday afternoon and -was fortunato la securing quarters at tho hotel Graco. . "This la old stamping grounds With me" ho said "I have boon In this country so long 'that West Texas .will alwayB bo homo to mo or at least un- til I have been at Cahyon City sov- oral years.'' Prqf. Allen defends tho tltlo of his Institution as tho West Texas Normal College wo says tho namo Is appro- " prlato and thinks when tho LeglBla- turo creates another" bucIi school It should bo called tho Central West Tex- as Normal College.- Tb...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 30 December 1910

J rxnH vaym t I? linn I i l.ilii i )imtmmmmm I nil I Ml i mmmmm mm m 1 1 1 1 liini Local jVtfcj from Tuesday's Daily rums COMPLETE MIOtiKAX POlt AU1LKNK MEETING k ON WEIMKSDAY IS "FEB- f FKCTED. AGAINST THE PUBLIC GUP FOR (WERE 1; flnllns Hoard of Health Commends I. . Tovnu Motherf)' ComrrCAS ill Fight for Shnlinry Drinking Cup. . Preparations nro now comploto 'for tho Child Welfare conference to bo hold at Abilene Dec. 28 during tho State TeacherB meeting. Roprcsonta- t'lves of the Texas Congress of Mothers from -various parts of the State will at tend this meeting and take part In tho .discussions regarding the line of ac- tivities that will bo determined upon at this time. The congress trusts there will bo in attendance a representative from every organisation interested in child life. A communication has been received rnm ui W n MnKlnnnv nf Wenther- Kford stating that Dr. C. B. Evans . ... .1. ' nAMA. ma nt trillion- secretary ui mo viumwiuuyu ui ui....- tlon will speak to tho m...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 30 December 1910

. f V I Ii! fl . '! i ii I iii ! ! TEACHERS MEET IN fOTWI HH8WM " tT. taK 'aKKU. iMWthlng .. moved .Ifln li1Vm ... wMtollowo.l by a ddhihlj with tho oMstroaary wWrrwi of vol KHOOLWDffll! Continued from h 1 ) nnmn Influences nnd good nnd moral parontH yet they aro Ijml. Thoy may bo termed tho "black Bhcop" of tho flock From tho third wo get tho In- corrigible rather than 'tho delinquent Uio hoy whoso parents cannot upenk UngllshMind who (s beyominho pnron- . . 11 .11 ..f.rr in hid If tirU1 P(1 ITO ...... .11. . mt.l (..nnnflll""8' or tno unBUBii imiKuiKi-. i.. i.v ". E.ceton of officers. uoys nciB an iiuuniiBiui i !. enllzlng that tlioy am uopcnucni l.-lim Ptesbylvrlnn Church Ahllonv. Itoporl of Commlttou on Educational Progress Oiltsldo tho Htntft l)r Prod- crick Kby University of Texas Austin. Unhurt on Work of Btuto KimdlUK Clrol. Sunt Goo. ii. uurponwr tlrownwood. Report of Committee on Touchers' Aid. Hanoi t of Committee on Flnnnco (Auditing) ltoport of Committee oh Necrology. R...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 3 January 1911

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER yolomi: XXXI A 1MI.KXE TE&AS TUESDAY JANUARY 3 Ml. I XUMBBKft. FARM I fc w 4 TEXAS IN GRIP OF GENUINE BLIZZARD Coldest Weather of Season Reported Throughout All Portions of t the Lone Star State. TWO BELOW ZERO AT CHILDRESS Snow Falls in Upper panhandle Causing Suffering among Livestock; J Mercury Dropped from 22 to 50 Degrees Colder Weather Is Predicted for Tonight Special to The Reporter. FORT WORTH Jan. 2. The coldest wrntber of tue winter from zera id tiitj Panhandle td fiveiiig in the south and southwest is lnovnillng over Texas today."" Verifying Weather Bureau prediction of S.itnrday night the mercury dropped last night and this morning from twcr.tj two to flft.v degrees throughout the state. At Fort Worth ;the thermometer registered nine above zero this morn- ing at San Antonio thirty a drop of thirty degrees at Calv'cston thirty-six Denton nine Cleburne tcn.Abllone ten Waco eighteen and Denlson four. COLDER WtiATIlinrBtElMCTi:!). Weather Obs...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 3 January 1911

I)' 4V -L-- WO AMERICAN AVIATORS DASHED TO DEATH; MOISANT AND HOXSEY AUGMENT GRIM TOLL V i' OHN B. MOISANT KILLED ON NEW ORLEANS FIELD Daring American. iJird Man Is Flung Bodily from Bleriot Monoplane PQPULA10NS OF 18 TOWNS GIVEN CiTnaUS DIRECTOR DURAND SENDS """" IMPORTANT DATA FROM WASIIINGON. CAMPBELL AD a- M OF 1 FEET -j ATTEMPTING TO MAKE SAFE . LANDING CRAFT COLLAFSES r pORHftn(aHnn JEHU IS INSTANTANEOUS o 0 o Q. Otoek Broken Djr Fad IIo.'I 4 Net Braised 4'roml Jthcnriso iTlflfill '. S x V ir Associated Press: f HEW ORLEANS La il. Molsant aviator ' Vt The foregoing bullc Wrlrca shortly after aomlng gave out t' (Flash) Dec. ed! a a a w a 0! FIREMAN SHOT. UNESIUE SHOWS LOSS COLQUITT TALK BOTH JNC0M1NG AND OUTGOING EXECUTIVES ARE SATISFIED 1YITII WORK DONE.L- !0S ANGELES IS SCENE OF llOXSEY'S TRAGIC DEATH Champion Altitude Flyer .Perishes in Attempt to Do Spiral' Glide. . r ' ""i Fatelllgcnco of thi first tragedy toi. ajccur on tbo No Orleans aviation! I bcVL ' I John B. Mole . o...

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