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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 3 January 1911

!'. ; I fc ' m &.II K7 r -t. fti' i -J Wf HALL IS PRESIDENT; WACO HOST IN 1911 Cleburne Man Chosen "Next Executive . Official Texas State Teachers Asssociation' Today . THE UTMOST HARMONY PREVAILED Adj ournment Was Taken Without Slightest .Untoward Incident Marring Sessions; Delegates To .Depart Tonight. i ' (FRIDAY) Superintendent R. U. Hall of Cleburne will be 'the next president of the Texas State Teachers' Association succeeding Superintendent P. W. Horn of .Houston. Superintendent Hall was chosen unanimously Felix K Smith C San Angelo who was prominently mentioned; voluntarily withdrew Su- perintendent llall wnB .nomlriated by W. ty. lackey of Alidland. E. V. White of Abilene was elected 1st Vlco President J. Tom Davis of Navasota pad Vlco President MrJt. U Rngsdale of Yoakum 3rd vice president. wnllo Secretary Brooks and Treasurer Doughty were reelected. Waco will bo the host in 15)11. Both Galveston and Beaumont werementloned but both withdrew. i O . . . The Morning Sessi...

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 — 3 January 1911

j t4v rouM sss3ajHra3B5saESKnrsawtt !tm 'W MJBBMMMMaiMBlMB mb m 1 M MM "I-"!""! jMMMJMMMMgMMMMMMJBMMBBgwwgJfBWMflMPWWT .. CLEARING f Deeper and Deeper We Cut the Prices. It means a reduc- tion of i and i on Winter Goods The Reductions are i and i on Thousands of Merchandis fi Ax A TV i . K r & Deeper and Deeper are the Rrioes Cut Our Great Jan- e Furth One Third and One Half . a uary Sale Means the Price .. Our Great Clearing Sale for Januar stock taking h move them out -A been conrolet ;o give. beep arranged to make it the best of all f ormer.seasons. OurI m i n i t- i . j weire making prices on every piece oi winter gooas in oraer to ir Spng Stock which will sgafTbegin to arrive. ro N1 y-i season; ARIT FNF Jt merchandiat a sacrifice. In many instances the prices are ce is grepit on Ladies' ready-to-wear garments dress l 1 1 T i .1 ... A1. 1. - i2- numbers ox otner laaies gooas. aiso a very great -sacnnce on ts etc. The profit is not even considered as we can not vp rice they a...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 3 January 1911

'i ii k m v JUL v 1 r wm M Bt id ay ab up lie rs iat Ity i lid lay bey lac From Monday' Dally. FIRE ALAl TURNED IN HUM THE CfllEN HOWIE From Monday' Dally. No Damage lufliclcd lHuo of Serious 'utuio Occurred Sunday In Old Mnckcclmpy Homo A nine o'clock this hiornlng- the fire company responded (o an alarm from the home of J. t). Cowdon on First AVonlie Vnllcy Vlcv. Flames origina- ting Jn a gasQlino 'stove sprctid to tho paper on the wftll but before tllo fire- men arrived the blase had been extinguished. Sundnj'rf Fire SerIou NEW YORK CATION MAN A VISITOR i;i ABILENE .'NEW YEAR IN NEW YORK GAY-SCENT; ON STREEFS LIGHTFOOT DEPABT.MMT TO KEEP SPECIAL ASSISTANTS II. I Aeznm Hull on the .Market Snjs Staple Will Coitiinnnil Higher rrlrc Shortl). Police Instructed to Leave Tlielr Clubs Colquitt In Vxitcctod to Itcfiisc to Sign At Home Jlcrrj -Makers Car- Wnrrunt Hut Attorney (icnctHl rlcd Kutry Conceit nhlc j Says ItVXot Accessary . Miking Instruino.it " " Special to li he Reporter II. F....

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 — 3 January 1911

r"mi i t Some Interesting Local News Stories from Sunday's Daily Reporter tf a-t.'r .ME CHARMED WITH DP. PHELPS ALK PKOFF.SSOJt HIVIKfi TO AN AUIHENOF. OF FIPTKKN HUN- JIKF.I) FJUliAY I(3IIT CULTURE AND HAPPINESS" Oullmnnt's Sonata In D Minor nn or- gan number by Prof. Lewis of fyiax- mons College pealed forth. Ah art on- core Prof. Lewis played Hearts and Mowers Improvised to tils own taste. Two yodnl numbers were given by Mrs. HK'iiry llass to orgun ncfMnpatilnient nn Irish love boiik by Margaret Lulh- veu IniiK which was entliiinlsifltknll) J encored nnd I ho Una Horn Tut ovsr niiioilrt Annie Ijiurlc Thank From Sujil Heri Supt P. W. Horn iib rotlHng picsl- lent of tin liuife Toaishuri Apjooln- tiou delvs'fl ii bib' H'Htwh1 Id tvlilt'!) H Tlio Theme Speaker Argued Hint Old Ago Ih Jlupnlcr Thnn ouh. Think Interesting Thought WflM the Advice Given Wig to u mnti who has no saporim in his chosen field. Ho la ft brilliant schol- nr. tt gifted fcpenker nnd tli best of all nn nit round m...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 3 January 1911

.! i yn 'W"i " twmt 3?V.lft3rS BLOW OF iwsiww of HIjmittm iinani. " HOI'NM' ilimi'U'll FIIIDAT APrKll.VOQN mm iMrndmif To itoport A No Adopted flfton TriM-licni UB.OPO I'luh jud (UIktm Heartily Tlmnkod for Iho l!iifrtitlfimriii. PrMmy tUtnwiu thn Committee m Kk-M'frttiofcM tumWi thHr ropoit (0 wji graved aud an uniufi 1- Ml mMm) tu. repot i and ttio n- tttJmtm (oUurrt H1H '! W Own I'reupleut of Uiu V To;r' AifMtlann: 'r ttUUinlU.HC VII VMiKilatlOtlH to rpoit nnU r'Oiiiiroilfl s4Uo f the fyJfowlii j0lu- w: TJ TiN-rrr.t Timolol A.wjela im mm' iMMfdio; It Thlrty-Howrnl An- 'mli In AbJIono hii'l ropra umm arid frffi(lM from ev ' ' f llll HUto UMktf till) 4MWfa' rttM of priu)de iin.j ' V . M1NM( tfle HHr'4 qf du- wr jw ttiu u tU nation' w .44HbatMMi )) (w. aM(j jr. TEACHERS HIGHLY ft ? ft- 4Mc4tioM) iHtornuiriUy . Hi. wUtftehr lM tlv for ll; '4rtOft) - tt MfHlt UH- MW ..' wtorft'V m r wJ. m$mmtkm m t rmwlt of w lnrtpiiimi T) J Hrk. w be Jtar!v.iM $ It AuMkrinl mifmt . m kJur that tte ! -...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 3 January 1911

. 4$ ' ' 9tt.1t TH'KM'ti M tXm I ! lll' tp... ... MitaMva 3C iliMiiiiwiwiiiniinilim'"ii"i"' mii'in MWiiinmiiiimiiMiliim miWirnliilii'nwiMmnw tmimnnwm WWIW 1 It I S$cdaV&vT&eC& &m& To mliim- 11111' wlti'k el" gloves which In entirely lou lu-av.v Imtli tu ilH'MH mill work gloves wi uro offering iIipmi Hpiill value; Included In flu miiIo In thu celebrated civoiif Wt'Hloni glove. M.flO (floves mill Uauiil'els. ...... $1 Ml II II IMIIl W .800 r'Jl UlllVOK (Hill itlllllllU'K WtWI (lluvoy nii)l (llllllllvlN I I I I I I I J I I t I I I t To close out tho entire linn of Silk and Net .AVaiMtw be- fore stock-taking wo lmvo cut the price in hall. n e.an now choose the 0.00 grades h' ' ' ""la ro $5.00 grades for . . ' SJ $4.00 grades for . . . VV $2 Wl All tailored waists at reduced prices. &veaV T?ve - &tvw(voy Sae Ss Koo Qxv ' ' -E iM-Mn-m-raM-MTn"r"T'T""7pi"i'T"trTri . . ....... - . MMMM - f Mil I II (TBiirwiTWBMWTrrn TririfTTirinTnTBMBBgTBMBrrTMwirw mm-ikibmmi BSU...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 6 January 1911

r- i ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER ! VOLUME XXXI ABILKNE TEXAS FRIDIY JANUARY 0 1011 v. xrontKK t. T fcl" h iv t wSo1 HOPE' TO SMASH OS RECORD lyi'KllXAl IOSAL AYIATOHS SAY "TEXAS OZONE IS PERFECT for moil 'flying. FRISOIE'S MACHINE DAMAGED Irish lllrdiunn Fnllcd lo 3Iko Smootli Lnudlug Not Hurt; llio Program ior Today Includes nil Sorts of Thrilling Exhibitions. t U Special to the Reporter. DALLAS Jan. G. With the temper- ature above freezing and the wind' blowing less than fifteen miles an hour ideal aeroplano weather In other words the second day's prog- ram of the aviation meet in progress hero was begun Li tho Fair Grounds this morning v Jtcconls Will ho Sought. Efforts 'will be' mado this afternoon to smash all previous altitude records. This moans that the blrdmen must mounti t6 a luight of more' than elev- en thousand ft at In order to eclipse tho record made by Itrch Hoxsey at Los AngeleB when he flew up 11474 feet Temperature Ideal. "The temperature is ideal for alti- ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 6 January 1911

. TA TW T J il SEMI-WEEKtY FARM REPORTER BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY SUVdCRIPTION KATES j ft . kfcyUk .U.00 . .56 erroneous reflection upon tho charactcr.stnndlng or lautlon of any porBon firm or corporation which may ir in tho cqlutnns of Tho Reporter will bo glndly cor- ted upon Us being brought to tho attention of tho firm. iters pertaining to business should bo addressed to tno Jer or somo particular department and not to Indlvld- ' Is as In their abBChco their mail will not bo bpened. ftscheckB and postofflco and exprcSB orders should bo 4e payablo to tho ABILENEi PRINTING COMPANY. bscrlbors falling to reccivo their papor regularly will af-er b favor upon tho management by reporting same the business offlco. All pa'pors should' bo delivered by 10 each afternoon and if delivery is not mndo by 7:Q0 Mock p. in. report sairio to tho business office. i- TELEPHONES: wlness and Circulation S. W. G-7; Roberts C-7Ono Ring Editorial Office Roberts 161. CywtiiWJfutffi? . ntered as second ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 6 January 1911

K ye v v ! t HWfT r 'fiflnW " " ii iii im r r ' JTjf m w jr a jCizeJm. .v . w jw r LONDON OFFEGERS ATTAGK SUSPECTS DEHI'EKATE BATTLE OCCUKS IN SIDNEY 8T11EKT BUILDING 9 BUSINESS SECTION. BESIEGE DIE IN FLUMES Incessant ItHle and Pistol Fire Cause conflagration; Firemen Adranco ;on BalMIng Find Bodies in Promiscuous Files.' By Associated Press LONDON Eng. Jan. 3.-BattlIng to the grim end ngalnBt desperate odds "Peter tho Painter'.' nnd "Dutch Fiiti" reputed nnarthlsta w'mt to their death today shouting defiance to tho laws of England. Four companions perished with them In tho' flames that' consumed their den on Sidney street not far from the heart of London. Such a batlc between officers of tho law and criminals has seldom been waged In any city A mere handful of terrorists Btood off two and a half companies of the Scot Guard and sev eral dotachments or armed police battery of horse artillery with threi machines nnd a gatllng gun and a flf8aK bricade.' until their imnrovlscd fdir' - ...

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 January 1911

-u MMMWM i 1 AM fmjk li 3 nT?F PAHAGKAWIS j . .. .. -ll 1 1 "B. porkr FchcII Pusher. t. J. Griffith of Mississippi IB here ng relatives the family or A. 1 AAr.-. n VnlloV View. W v. T. Stnrnng of Salt Lako City Visiting hla BlBtcr Mra. W. H Hoop- out In the Caps community S. D. Brnnnnn Abilene R. F. D. 2 !'- vif Homl-Wcokly Reporter and Has News paid for another year. HN.B.Tcaff or tho Tyo community has bSimil-Wuekly Reporter anu uauae .IV8 paid fof another twelvo months jjThe writer received a letter this Upek from T. D- Harris a former Abl. fno citizen now llvlnt Rust Cnll- dtoyila enclosing $1.00 for Tho Seml- cekly Roportor one year. D. J. HolllngBhead tho old Potoslnn Kinks Vie wheat crop will pull )rough tho freeze all right hut Ib a ttle uneasy about tho oats Just com- i(ig up. '0- Jesso Cops whoso face la an familiar t-j Abilene people aB tho proverbial old ihoo (but not quite so hard looking) iras over Wednesday ffom Jim Ned U rallcy "and put up enough Bpomlullx to ;eep his...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 6 January 1911

PAGI few ty r) ' .;' Jit v ) r 4 i I' f y Ml-' k f v ? ' U EL PASO DREST PLACE IN U. S. OFFICIAL FlUUKKS SHOW mvif RAINFALL AS 1.03 INCHES. FAR UNDER AVERAGE DROUTH WEAKENED CATTLE BUFFALO RAHGH IN THIS STATE Single Trnct of 5528' Acres In Arm strong Country Wilt Ho DcTotcd to Huffnlo Stock Lhcntock on tlic Range Were Una 1)1 c TdjWItliBtiind Recent Cold Spell Oiled Hy Hundreds lit Many Western Tcxns Counties EL PASO Jitn. 6. El Paso believes It enn lay tho unenvlnblo claljn of being tho driest place In the United States during- the year just closed Itnlafnll 4.0 Inches Figures made public by the United Stntes Weather Bureau here Bhow that tho precipitation of 1910 was just 4.03 Inches. The average annual rainfall amounts to nearly ten Inches so El Paso's rainfall In 1910 was nearly six inches' under tho ayprnge or about hnlf of what It Bhotild have becti. Livestock Suffered Heal Ily As result of the excessive drouth livestock on the plains of Western Tex as Buffered heavily and wer...

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 January 1911

o '. m minu AGREEMENT REACHED. MEET HAS BEGUN ContcStl" LcglMHllTO FftCtlOllH iH Tennessee Finally Come to Understanding. PCS OF INTERNATIONAL BIRD bat KEACH TEXAS-BEADY TO 00 Ur AT ONCE BHTS COMMENCE TODAY illy ABBOclntcd Press NASHVILLE KY. Jan. 4.An ngrco 'ment was reached tqday bclweon tho contesting legislative fncljona whereby hn t-pciiltir democrats In tho house will bo permitted to citmllfy ae mem- bers and ail contcBta In thnli body will be thrown out except onc.Tho regulars declared thoy would go home unless tho contests wcro withdrawn. QUAKE DESTROYS A RUSSIAN GUY LONDON IS STILL GREATLY EXGTED BANK EXAMINERS KEET AUSTIN Jan. 2. State bank exam Inors are now In Austin for their ro- eular 'nuartorly meeting to report on tho financial condition of the 640 Btate banks and bank and truBt companies doing bimlncBB In TexaB. Tho com- missioner of insurance and banking ... ..t'tnilnv fiBRtcnnd them to the district VIOLENT DISTURBANCE SHAKES BATTLE IIKW jjuh UHlltW -' Mnf MrlMB th...

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 January 1911

TAGR SETlir kkk X X f $9.95 $9.95 4 4 4 4 4 4 We still have a fine lot of Tailor Made Suits and we are going to close them out.' We do not intend to carry over a single suit so come andggt-ymar choicenpw any suit in the house for only - - t - $9.95 Also a fine lot of Tailored OvCcSts whiW00e1ire e-oine- to sell for onlv S1 1 .9fi. These Overcoats rn.tf. to order t from $25.00 te20j)0 and"ydU cfcefbur choice here for onli - x ftll.OB - H m; 4'.- M i H I ft J '. J H M m i I.I 11 f T f f T f Y f Y T y jt?f AllPurrffshhTSlioes f a7 V' A Second oyTovetf your choice for only 'KK"H"""XX"S"SX"X"t"X UNCLE SAM AS CROP REPORTER; THOUSANDS SECURE INFORMATION One hundred tyid thirty thousand persons a mighty1 army secure for Undo Sam the information contained in the monthly crop reports -vvhlch convey as near as it is possible for humau agencies tho condition and prospects of tho chief agricultural products of the country at that tima These reports aro literally tho pulse of tho country's prospe...

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 — 6 January 1911

HHUPW I'mjwiiiim"w''''WM' .'J lh EIGHT t y v . U f Proceedings in the Higher Courts Austin Wednesday AUSTIN Jm. 4.-Tho following pro t wider ct al.. from Ornyaon! county Mtfmsft were had In tUo supreme Texas Central Hallway Company vs. Ll;lar- ' fZumwalt from Bostfuo county folgMB AHmed: - American Construction n! tho Maccabees va n .ur vs. Kmll Sellg et al. from Taylor county. Hunter from Jtawrsert and rendered: Houston and Central Railway Company vs. from Grnyson county. Jkrorewl and remanded: Missouri Xmaas and Toxna Hallway Company nm. 1. lOl'oole frorfi Grnyson county; MeCH&!oii and I Lumber Company mTriAfiy and Brazos Valley Railway Id Ofctapan? from Navarro county Jplfcatlori granted; GoivBtti i mlu- W tr Rational Bank vf. Waii.telo-Ji' it nl. iwrf3r2rFOii county. .Spplfcatioris refused :' Cqlu Lo-d vs. ast "WVitn & Deliver Clt Railway ntiMiiny. from Wise county ;Dalbart BHij rnnnf j Statu of Tixns vs Da--- r.n rrvnvto Arjuiiv; Mtanmirl Ifcr-nTH1' "" Railway- Company ...

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 — 10 January 1911

J F MBILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER t VOLUME XX$ arilene texas Tuesday January io ion NUMBER '"""Jfe. i I i itF" ivr-'" . ' ' V V- tf. r- W MN8RITY RPR SENT TO SENATE MEVER1RGE OF INDIANA SIGNER SAYS EVIDENCE lH LORIMER CASE WAS CONCLUSIVE NO CHANGE TO BE ADOPTED Semite WU1 Adopt Majority Report Ex honoriilintr I.orlmcf Tuft Sends J 11 Nominations' of Ministers . i to Nicaragua and Fern I "By Associated Press WASHINGTON Jan. 0 Senator Al- bert J. Boveridgcof Indiana today submitted to the Senate his minority report from the committee on Privi- leges and Elections in which he do- blared that ytho testimony was conclu- sive that "far more than enough bri- bery waS practiced to lnvallldatd the election of Senator Lorlmor of Illi- nois." ' s The majority committee report sub- mitted some weeks ago virtually vin- dicated Lorlmer of the uses of fraud to obtain his election. Bovorldgo re- fused to Bign the .majority report Committee Falls to Agree The Senate Committee on Judiciary ioday ...

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 — 10 January 1911

fc s h I 5 U i TWt "T.I rv r X Jh 0 ' Jft ; n .l t H ci W r 13 i I ' B c n i 1 i IMD PRISON MADE GOODS BE SO LABELED teal Overall Manufacturers and Lo W Unions Will Hack Motcincnt C Industry Threatened. I : ' -.-' f OUT WORTH Jnn. 4 Fort Worth's Wall industry the largest In the fito giving employment to' 300 sklll- " workors has taken tho initiative the request upon tho Texas stnto tjlslaturo for tho passage of a bill .quiring nil convict made garments bo conspicuously labeled as BUch. io tftreo Fort Worth manufacturers tho Fort Worth American company Jllcr and tho Texas Company TlmrH j.y addressed a petition to this effect all the state legislators and also 'rwarded announcement of this nc UB to aU the other manufacturers the state xvlth tho request that' they llkowlse. C. B. McCnuley vice president of the ort Worth-Araorican Overall com- jny who fostered the local movement lys the passage of puch a bill by the jglslaturo would InBtnntly cause the stabllshment of many factories In ...

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 — 10 January 1911

f MAYOR OUTLINES"" GOT BOUNDARIES MUTJIV ItKCOaCMKMlAllOXS OF HON. E. X KHUiy ADOPTED iiv city council. TAX RATE IS. $1.60 Commission Form of City Government A irovrdrxo villus for Mayor. and Four City Comlssloiirra 'nt Xoniliml Remuneration I; ' r .. ' . ' W 9 ' '.' J.i . : ''' ; ' . i.'.i ' V f v ' ' j Tho city council mod In called bob- sibn. 'nt 0:00 n. in. Saturday and trans- acted a itunrlier of Important business tnattors Tho mayor submitted writ- ten recommendations regarding tfliq boundry linos for greater Abilene which wero adopted and appear be low. Senator Bryan was present and In an enthusiastic talk assured tlio'coun- cil.of his support nnd best efforts In ill' geiiing toe legislature to pass tho bill . allowing Abilene a new charter. A. B. Waldron agent for the T. & P. Ry. presented a letter from Superlnten dent Ward regarding 'tho placing of a light 'at tho strecd crossing at tho foot of Butternut street which was re- . ferred to J P. Chandlpr and the Mayor. A mo...

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 — 10 January 1911

i i. ) J h 'v V a i A a h jiti ltl '8 s if 11 a r. :B i WE iTEJKEST TO FARMEHS. il I Feinted Paragraphs Picked From Our Dost Farm rapcrs. I io SJy looks kinder gloomy til .i n. ..-. i.i...i ti.. 11 jruvruiluui'ua iviiiuui oiut'i lie BlftiatJon's puzzlln' prospects awful grim bpo 1b nearly gone lo up an grit your teeth ep on keeping onl ot little chicks. r ows nnd corn clubs are mak- farmers. iog tho only Btato need- Bk's soaking rain. must surrender let It bo to re Instead of tho past. larl jlli nnw vnftr rlirli llV nlniltt-. r IcJsv fruIU and Bliado trees. Jrivpiy being good will not land any higher. You must be good lothing t "si little learning Is a dangerous .f"a Httlo lgnoranco' must be a fcW thing . Ja b o as Uio vino growB round the ppMow'tf itho time for every ifarm- ts ml up and hump. man with the hoe" la not In demand'- oft tho farm today. U needed Is tjlio man with abll- iw good resolutions which may klthfully carried out are belter fmf a number man of which aro fcjyorthy...

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 — 10 January 1911

.1 tt ' l " K r . '-'''.-''V ' : ..".;'-'. i . ; .'..'' 1 '.: . '' - I; ! v. 7- . -;. "" ' '' . J'.'-V: . ( ''"' V (.'.".'.. '" if Ivl 'V ''' ' ' . .- ( '( v - . . f . '' ... J" i : ; . 1.' ' " .' I'" f . . iivi. ... : ' '' " . . - iV" .''- .V-.V.-V-'''''" "". .j- .tit- V . ; I I' . I: A t 929 POMES PAID IN COUNTY 138 IH THE CITY Figures Distressingly Light Hut Tax Collector Crawford. Predicts !000 by January 81. . (SUNDAY) When Tax Collector Bnylor Craw- ford lockod up his safe yesterday poll tax receipt? from tho twonty two Tot- Ing boxes oftho county aggregated 929 Tho 'number. Is apportioned to boxes ob follows: .CourthouBo ....; 23 Eire Station "..... ...121 Merkol . . .... .. M . 137 OValo ;...i 78 Shop ........'.'' .... ... . 49 Buffalo Gap-. ....... ..I v...... 43 .Trent ;'...'... 42 N ill) In. .. 'd .. 42 Potoal ......... .; '. ;' '. .'..... 40 TuBcola ..-...;..........- 39 Moro ....'.;... ; . . i . 33 Caps (Abilene)..';... .'... ....;.'. 28 Caps (Merkol) ';...' s. ...' X '...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 January 1911

' W IIS IN EHO WRECK y "v ftV tlfTlST AMI VVLhVXy ICTOIt ON KATV Eft AT AIJUOIT. :t in dense fog VI ccond Section ftilloil ip mlng Signal from Hug. il'iilluian on I-)rsl fMcilon Destroyed. ted Press. 'lex. Jan. 7 -Two pqr- placo" ily Fr killed rift this : ' "When two pass'rip3r train b Mlsourl Ifansn & Texas rail- Jta rear-qnd coliifllon. The jcuntd when the cnIiie-.T of id in in. owing to ;i demie Tog feci' the flagman on the flift w to avoid a colllulmi. Ubi of (he Dead. are: JNETH A. KING Dentist of t REYNOLDS Pullman Conduc- XuiUn persons on both trains were nono fatally. The accident at Ave o'clock this morning. tbo first Instance whero pas- re on a.Katy tram were Kiuea In a coach. hi UTE AM) FULLER ri:lout Train Had Taken Siding When iTil'ashcil In Dense Fog; Sleeper Cut In Two. iACO Jan 7 H. R. Reynolds Pull i conductor and Dr. K. A King of lag were killed this morning when Scngor traln8 Nos. 8 and C of the ouri Kansas llexas railway .both thbound collided near Abbott Hil...

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