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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 10 January 1911

ft jd 'AGE 81 V. 1 . E''v ' I I Wen yc Sandf Pay in the Tiaza By FRANK CRAMER in "LETTERS FROM MEXICO" Hnvo you Mr. Musical Man or you Madam Music' Lover during your per- ambulations over tlio Benmy surface of tills terrestrial globe of ours over sat In tho plaza on Sunday nights and llBtoned to the band play? You have not? Itemarknblo! unfortunate!! You have miBsed tho best half of tho big- gest Bldo of life.' Tlio word plaza Is distinctly Caalil- lan In origin. Whore wo say "park" pur Mexican neighbors arc wont to adopt tho moro lmigoroiiH town of "plnza." In tho republic of Mexico anything from a mutilated corpse in marble of tlio virgin mother to a groen grnsB sprig 1b a plaza. Tho term is somewhat dignified and en- larged In the- cnpital (meaning Mox- Ico fy F.) and "alameda conveys the same oxprcBslph used in dpscrib lng the aforesaid virgin mother and her pedal decoration of greenery. So when I remark on that Sunday nights the bund plays in the pdaza you rightly infer that th...

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 — 10 January 1911

li i ii rflilfiin I'll """ l !lftK& A. .Vl 'u? oxvtvwues WivsAXtee &Tea T?veSw "5VwoWve.v "JDeeVi o T?ycs Ita&acfta wtvaVto o attiv& Wvc te rofct. o oaxt bxcax v-Stvj$tvotyi fc&vc ou i& Mdxatvv&Va coU xncaWvBT ot vc oWver maxm AftwMv. VmottomAotvccs vovcv uoab Kotv sao nmAYiot xaztk. IWWvouaV Wvxowv uAvcts& couottums WvvssaXoVvas attract' cowfaotA sWmTS. dc vae tKtavta& s caA racxv atawrftsa Vvavw Wu accwte&. 'ZAvvs xd&cV. xoz Vntatt to comvAc$ cVtax oxV a xovto msorvi bwxs mv& mau n Wv& $Tja. &&vww xoc&t&W&s ad vaoe mavtoCL aoxaTV Wv& v attxad yoax vctc tllIrTTWi fl n) tmnmi ifr mimmmtm9iiihm1lmkipivil . TAvosfc xAvo v&lz accovrrwjru 1 1 I II l Dl'.Mi'i'.'iAaP i i dWym kVfrrfffoltt. v. WANT AD. lay Save you Money in More fayd Thau One Try a Want Ad Bryson or the local Chamber o Com- merce u message from Frank Wiggins )OK EAT and LIVE When you arc in of producers at Ban Antonio." khgry como to tho cornor...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 13 January 1911

nWOiiwiqB ' -ir REPOTS- ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAV mVAItY 13 Dll MTXBKK 11. -KT' 4 .f . ir .. h k KV mm. v MB OM E TO FT. WORTH DALLAS MEET ENRSAND FAMOUS . R1RDMEN MOVE OVEIl TO PANTHER CITV. CAN'T FIND REPORTER. Young Newspaper Sinn Vtlio Entered . Burning Rnllillng Thought to Hare Lost His Life. SCHOOLS AND STORES CLOSE Opening Session of Meet Will He n Memorable Affair; Warn Offers Cash Prize of $2000 For l'llU'lit to tlio Cnptlnl. CINCINNATI OHIO Jnn 12. A thorough Investigation today failed In locating George Hnyman a repor- ter on the Cincinnati Enquirer who vas reported missing last night fol- lowing tho destruction of tlio Chamber of Commerce building Ilnman was seen to enter the building just before Uio roof collapsed and Is believed to bavc been caught by falllnr walla. GOV. CAMPBELL'S S INIi B Special to The Reporter. FOItT WORTH Jan. 12 Charles K. Hamilton will circle over the City of Fort Worth In a biplane. Barrier will attempt to reach ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 13 January 1911

"lf"f --l "l - rAGE TWO -np u'IV'WrJrrrDMT. w" fff j".f ' W-TIJ- 7"Tf 57" MUENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPfiRTER - - - i - - '. . BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY 0 i? . yer . uiMoataa U- SUBSCRIPTION KATES .11.00 . .60 ml erroneous reflection upon tho chnracterstandlng or UUon of auy person firm or cornoratlon which mav appear iu tho columiiB of Tho Reportor will bo gladly cor- Tectod upon Its being brought to tho attention of tho firm. betters pertaining to business should bo addressed to tne imper or admo particular department and not to individ- ual as In their ribse.nco their mall will not bo opened. Drafta.checks apd postofflco and express orders should bo "H payable to tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. AibecriborB falling to receive their pane regularly will Ofiter a favor upon tho management by reporting samo tu the business office. All papers should bo delivered by :d each afternoon and h delivery Is not made by 7:00 clock p. m. report samo to tho business office. ' TELEPHONES: Ooalnqss a...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 13 January 1911

PAGE THtt l-SVi K V ;1 ' s State's Finances in Good Shape Comptroller's Annual Report AUSTIN Jan. 10 The mutual report Tho comptroller recommends that of tho comptroller's department was tho legislature npproprlato ?100000 to recolved today fronube printer nnd 200COVOr dcflencles istead of adhering VUJJIUB Wt'lU iiiiunJMiULVijr juuviu "lli" tho desks of tho legislators for their guidance In considering questions In TOlvIns' tho state's finances. Tho fol- lowing figures are presented for tho fiscal your ending Aug. 31 1910k Balance on hand Aug. 31 1909 $1- "743208; net receipts $494GQ10; total roVonuo account therefor $5789248. Disbursements $43C0CO7. Balance on hand revenue account Aug. 31 1910 $1421041. Estimated receipts for tho blonnlum linrrlntilt.tv Cam 1 101 mill ntwllllft- n V .- uZ V d soboyed a subpoena or also the comp Aug. 31 1913 from sources other thnni. . . . . t 7 . itrollef should bo authorized to pay nd valorem taxes arc us follows: 1 . . ... . Special collections b...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 13 January 1911

wMHi 1 A) h yAVJlMENT PARAGRAPHS. big heart can't bo changed. However M y Tkkcd mp nml l'iitIn Print by a Re- porter Pencil Pusher. Trlca Eohols of. Coahoma onroute east on business stopped over ycV iionlayi to Bpoml a day or co with Ills alBter Mrs. R. A. Whi(o on 'Pino nnd Korth Seventh stregts. J. A Davis living out on route 1 como to tlmo with a dollar on his Semi-Weekly Mils week. W II. Wellborn a well-fixed North Park man flipped a full brown eagle our way this week. O. W. Burton of Jim Ned renewed BO cents worth this week. Thanks! Every llttlo bit helps helps mighti- ly. Ex-County Commissioner Claude JoncB of the Nugent precinct Jones county was in Abilono Tuendny on husnicas. W. II. Duko formerly or the Ham- ty district hut now living near Ix;ud- crs wns in Abileno on business and shaking hands with old frionds. R. E Massoy a Reporter reader liv- ing near Balrd was in Abllone this "week on business. And now they're telling' it -on J. B. Bar tain that he has scared all tlio r...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 13 January 1911

-A 1 oca. "Kwos 5ems "Stovcv owcsas T)a$ fv POST CITY MAN PRAYS FOR RAIN IN JANUARY ROLLINS TAKES OVER POSTOFFICE SATURDAY N GREATEST OF ALL NO. CHANGE IN. OFFICERS TOWNS ON TEXAS CENIRAL FAVOR THE CONSOLIDATION 4GS RABBITS KILLED BY FISHER COUNTY NIMRODS OEGLARES MIDLAND MAN OF F. ft M. BANK Abundant Moisture Throughout Winter Season Will Jlako Crops For the Spring Months. ' Itoml 'Has Been Accepted And j Official' ComtnlssIVni lias Conic From Capitol .. Hie "FooLFljIng Frenchman'' Delights Big Crouds at Dallas Meeting With DIs Daring Stockholders Held Annual Sleeting .Yesterday Elected Directors For (he Ensuing Vcnr. Henry Stifles SrM and 11 E I.ooncf f This Oily Hclurn From Itoil. rend 'Meeting at Dublin. AhlJCtic M:ut Returns From Wliolcifnlo "Quest of ' L'csky Kodctlls; Ral.liit Club Formed. I SL . WL- f ir . . U . If ' " "III is a curious but welcome fact" said J. Vl Anderson or Garza county who waB among the business visitors In Abilene Monday "that when even fair rains fall ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 13 January 1911

Vf TMRB SIX t BILLBOARDS WILL TEACH TUBERCULOSIS PREVENTION CROP PROSPECTS GOOD; BE WISE BUY HOME NOW r" Jf jfi (CONDENSED) Report to the Comptroller of the Currency of the Condition of The Farmers & Merchants Nat'l Bank OF ABILENE TEXAS At the Close of Business January 7 1911 20000 Colored rosters will bo Dls- plujrod In Xcxt Tilled Montli Value $100000. Vblleno Country Properly Will Never be as Cheap Again Mark tho ; Prediction. .1 During tho'iioxt three months the billboards of tho United States will display 20000 educational posters on tuberculosis according to an announce ment mado today by the National As-. Bociation for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis. This will conclude .the campaign bo- sun n year ago wflion tho National Billposters Association donated free Bpacc to the tuberculosis cause the Poster printers .Association ottered free printing and nine paper manufac- turers gave the paper for tho pasters Tho combined value pf these several donations for this thr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 13 January 1911

AGE SEVEN 777777: IP j' . : H L H I '.. Ml' V-T. SU EGOS WN SERIES OF TOWNS REBEL SOLBIEHS UNDER RONILA AND CHRISTMAS SWEEPING SPANISH HONDUltAS. i HORNET BOMBARDS SEAPORTS Roar of Cnmtoii Heard nt Cclba; City 'Passively Awaits Approach of JtcvolntioiiIslHf Harbor Towns ' Seized by Insurrcctos. By Associated Press KEV ORLEANS La. Jan. 11 A dlsT patch front Cejba Honduras today slates that great excitement prevails In that city over tbe near approach of General Bonlla In command of thq revolutionary troops of Honduras. . ' "War Sloop's Guhs Hcnrd. Through the morning tho booming of the cannon on thq revolutionary gunboat Hornet could bo distinctly heard' Indicating that an attack 4 jy sea was belhg made Business was .suspended all merchants barricading themselves In their homes. Christmas Assists Boniln. The dispatch further states that Gen. Bonlln assisted by his American lie- utenant Lee Christmas wit.li an army Of flvo thousand men yesterday cap tured und now occupy the town of Cu...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 13 January 1911

2AGE & FORTIFIGATIOH" DF CANAL URGED BY THE PRESIDENT BALE OF TERRIFIC FORM STRIKES BRITISH ISLES 118 1NSURRECT0S KEEP TOBACCO CASE CLOSES; STANDARD 'OIL BEGINS CITIZENS NATI BANK A WANT AD. IffM W VI q V i W . 140 FEDERALS AT BAY NAMES YEAR'S OFFICERS May Save You Money in More Ways Than One Try a Want Ad. Taft Submits Special Cangrcss Uncloses Army nnd nvy Message Report of Hoard. To Accompanied II) Snow; Seas lttinnlng Jllgti Vessels Wrecked; Smaller Craft Hug Hie Sltorc. Bloody Hallle on Bio (J ran do Banks Ncnr Comstock; Asscolated Press (.'orrcHpondent lnjuud Arguments Delivered Before Supreme Court of United Stake in Great Issues Todnj. . George 1.. Paxton Is Again Elected President; Directors Wero Elected Tuesday. t 8 i i I i By Associated Press . ' WASHINGTON' Jan. 12 President Tart today sont to Congress a special message urging the fortification of thd Panama Canal and recommending an appropriation or five thousand dol- lars for tho Initiatory work on tho proposed def...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 January 1911

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER II . if W'AL . J VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS TI'ESDAY. JANUARY 17 1911. NT.MHKK IS i f 9 u ; PRO SENATORS . ABANDON FIGHT LIQUOR CONTROVERSY WILL NOT BE RESUMED UNTIL 'AFTER THE INAUGURATION. PRO LEADERS PUN CRAFTILY Will Hold up Colquitt . Appointments If Governor Vetoes Liquor Laws Passed Jiiy 3IJorIty; Awful Tnnglo Will Arise. K Special to The Reporter. AUSTIN Jan. 1C Following a truce readied at 2! 15 this morning between the pro and antl forccB in the Senate . the upper house again met at ten o'clock but a nuorum failed to appear so after sonio quibbling botweeu the opposing factions adjournment was taken until 11:30 tomorrow. Cofer offered a written motion to adjourn mentioning the fact thqt the " antl Senators absented themselves for the purpose of breaking up a quorum but Lieutenant Governor Davidson re- fused to entertain the motion saying It was a reflection on the absentees point Raised Overruled. Terrell of McLennan raised a point that whe...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 January 1911

I - SAME TWO TRAVELERS HARD AT WORK FOR MINSTREL FEB. 18 Tfaarmors and yjforchants J. 1 P. DEPOT tfltL k STEAM ROLLER GRADING ON NORTH FIRST STREET FEDERAL BUILDING WILL BE GREATLY BEAUTIFIED T Director Henry Itoqiiemoro Will Ar- rive Early In February; Lnughn-. bio Features Are Planned. ' 4 CONNECT WITH MAINS I ' ' ' ' ' . . i - ... . . . . - .... ... . ; ' ' - : : : $J : H Mi IV Ir Ml 5! H t. i UCHg at "Work Saturday Kvcnvntliig 7(Mvnrd the Storm StHvcr; h Inch .Mains LniJ. While the Norton ang nro laying. Iv -ctnht Inches water mains on Chestnut I'll tairraf. mnlnrilnr Ihn Mil jIy Inch til n I tin I1" - fArnA rf TrlAu IHTllrit Af CI t flfirllrtf mo making the excavation .across the Texas & Pacific passenger station .platform in order to connect tho'do- C ;pot with the stornl sewer. Connection t trill ho made at tlo corner of South IFIrst and Chestnut' streets. "Our trench is. nearly completed" said -Mr. Surbor"wo have made rapid progress and hopo to "begin laying mains hy "We...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 January 1911

? tMHE TKKI A ! tt I SENATOR WATSON eQUELGHES PROS GIDDlNGS mummer holds DOWN CHAIIt AND DOMINATES LEGISLATURE. PROS FURIOUS BUT HELPLESS Senator Bryan of Abilene Denounces M'nlson's Dilatory Tactics; lint I'rcsldont Pro TCm Merely luff on Dig Cigar. - Special to Thp Reporter AUSTIN -Jan. 14$Hopes of the pro- hibitionist forceB to enact liquor leg- islation laws before Governor Catnp- holl retires Tuesday vero covered with n very wet blanket this afternoon in thq Senatti. The upper House met at throe o'clock and immediately com- menced wrangling oyer th6 reading of Humo's falco bill to organize the Tex- as National Guard which was intro- duced for the admitted purpbso of kill- ing time. Pros Squnshed by Clinlr. The pros made repeated but unsuc- cessful efforts to secure recognition from the Chair but recognition meant suspension of the business In hand and would have provided an opening for the passage of liqupr bills. Sen- ator Watson of Giddlngs Was in the chair and presided over ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 January 1911

13 H 1 Pft tOUK m.j. hHi - HCUTRAL1ZE CANAL Continued from iago 1 ) Uian ?GO000000. Tho annual ex- iUpiiBO of inalntnlng audi fortflcntloHB 2rXM) mil?8 from homo would proba- bly amoihit to $5000000. Willi nil .the fortifications possible it -iB'BtlH Apparent tent In order that the canal SnlEht bo of military advanago to tho DV 0 ) .JUnlcd tSaves in imo of war a gunfd of i -batiIdBhips nt each of Its entrances j1 jfwould bo mi abBoluto necessity. It ia equally appurent tnat wun sucu a .guard the fcrtlfications would be nec- iwsary if not entirely .useless. We. -are hound by solemu treaty Nob llgn- tkras to wc fo It ttat tho canal shall hbe and remain 'forever open to Brlt- m ?tafe Bhipa!iu timo of war ns well as in ' -tlmo of poacp and while it Is prohjibly nlrue that no other nation could clnim v any advantage by virtue of this (rcatyJ fjlt is niBo tiuo tna.we nave norcuy placed o.irBclves under moral obllgo- Ttion to maintain art often canal or the 1 ships of all nations at all ti...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 January 1911

SALE Muslin Underwear "X Its one Great Sale THE ABItERE DRY GOODS COMP AT o - S&uil1&jS2!21nZr. No. 41GG. Report of the Condition ot THE FARMERS As .MERCHANTS XIT10NAI HANK AJi Abilene Texas. In the State of Texas at the close of business Jan. 7 1911 RESOURCES DOLLARS Loans and Discounts $391GG8.91 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 10010.53 tf. S. Bonds to secure circur lntion . 100000.00 U S Bonds to secure U. S. Deposits 1.000-00 it s nnmlB on band ...... 33500.00 Premiums on V. S. Bonds . . 2.00O.00 Bonds Securities etc 1G.C00.Q0 Banking house Furniture and Fixtures 1150000 Other Real Estate owned .. 1375.00 Due from National Banks (not reserve agents) ... 29539.35 Djie from State- and Private Banks and Bankers Trust PninnnntaB. and Savings Banks C721.23! Due from approved Reserve Agonts 7335i.2 Chocks and other Cask - Itoms ' '"'""V" Exchanges for Clearing r . House ... ........; Mnios nf other National iii.i "'" Jfn nnr. r( banks . ' i-.)-"v Fractional Paper Curxencv Nic...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 January 1911

Hl.it'iMHWimto m aBrji TUXAS SENATE COMMITTEES' isJfnniciils to Various Duties Have lk-.QH Announced by the Lieu- tenant Governor ! AUSTIN Tex. Jon 12. Llout Gov. MVld&on today announced the follow g Sonalo committees: Judicial Conlmttteo No 1 Ward lalrman Meaehum Hume Vaugliail farrcn. Carter Pooler Murray Lat- more "Watson Astln Wclmcr Oreor Judicial Commltteo No. 2. Watson lalrmani Hjulspeth Townsend Pnul- s Murray Ratllff Cafer Adams ohnson Sturgeon Willacy Internal Ihiprovemontis Kauffman tuairninn; Mayfield Vaughan Lntti- iorj Carter McNcaJus Tterrcll of Mbc Colllna Bryan Hudspeth Real. Educational Afifairs-'-Perkis chair lan: Paulus Collins Astln Ratllff $ iturgeon Weinert Heal Hume. t -im...li i ... ... rrt li vuuBiikuLiuuiu niuuiiuiuuiiLB i u run f McLennan chalrmnn Cofer Stnlrg- a Mnyfleld Lattlntore Vaughnn.Mc 4caius uryan i:oiuns jounBon rcr- I' if ell of wise. Townsend. Ornr. m ' ' - - U Towns ana city corporations Mea- lhum cha rmiin: McNenlus. Hum'o. i. . .. .. . ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 January 1911

VAGE SETE5 9 b t SMALL SECTION EFFECTED BY MEXICAN REVOLUTION Kut. Mcxlemi Officials Hate Showi Startling Incompetency (o Handle Uio Situation. J. BrUco Mcrhorson of San Antonio who was: among the business visitors in Abilene Saturday left a midnight for Fort Worth and Dallas. Mr. Mc- Pherson has recently returned from a business trip tp Eagjo 'Pass on the Rio Grande and was in a position through his extensive Journoyings through Northern Mexico to Intimate- ly study the situation with regard to fcho anti-Diaz revolution "I found conditions In a chaotic Btato in tho vicinity of C. P. Dlaz.'Jsaid j; Mr. McPherson.Jwlth tho revolution- ists nnparenQyenjoyJng tho upper hand so far as victories Is concerned. Tho Insurrcctos under lihc able leader ship ot .U-ijor Ortls have been doing some excellent fighting around C. P. Diaz aud three detachments of Feder- als who wero sent out to subdue them returned home beaten. Xot Serious Elsewhere. "Elsewhere oliher than In a small district of Nort...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 January 1911

mim run nmnr ' C. K. POST TO RETIRE .. FROM ACTIVE BUSINESS Breaking Food King Conic Hero to JCost and Visit Parents Talks of . Post City Itnllrond. r C. W. Post millionaire breakfast food king of Cattle Crock Mich and a formor citizen of Fort Worth la 1 planning to rcdro from actlyo dlrcc- M Hon of t!u blK nlant that has brought him both fame and fortune. He ar- rived In Fort Worth Saturday to spend n few days' and announced that by early summer ho would have his bus- iness so organized that It will no lon- ger require hispersonal attention. ''The wontlrfual endeavor tO'soWo tho M many problems connected with a big it) institution Is very exacting and very I wearing on one's constitution"1 he If said "and I haVo begun tho organlza- ld tion of tho huslnosa so that I can turn N it looso to n largo degree. Already 1 have committees to sign deeds and purchase 'property for mo. Other com mlttces discharge other Important futic tions I nave a private auditor who checks up.aeryttifng and ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 January 1911

SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER: VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 20 1011. NUMBER 13. FIRST MESSAGE OF GOVERNOR COLQUm TEXAN Oil TRIAL IAT LOS ANGLES KICKAPOO UNO (FUSILLADE OF BILLS TITLES INVALID ABILENE ti it 9 i k r I' t: hi - D : V i Recommendations of Ciiief Executive Read Before the Senate and House of Representatives of Texas. i HE THROWS DOWN THE GAUNTLET Urges His Opponents Not to Waste the State's Time Money in Useless Wrangling But Declares He Will Fight If It Is Nesessary BBBBv i 'IHn TBBBI k - i&t'jM&f&lk EBb ment of the mineral wealth- of the 'stiate by suitable lawfj; and tho perfection of our educations system up to the full needs of our people; adequate provision Tor the support of the . University and Agricultural and Mosbanlel College and their development: and separation in law a$ well as in management. Certainly no platform i could declaro for a higher set of principles and purposes than theso just enumerated 'The legislative rest and the politica...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 January 1911

c TASI TWO A : MMMMMHMMHMIWHHIV-IHMBaHMMMIIHainnHHHMHBMiaMaMnHIIHHIlMHBI 2oc.a Tfows SUms 5tow A)Dfc&ve2AaVs TiavVa MAKES UAH Jb'OH 250. Swfrcrlon Party Arrested by Federal Official on Indictment From Pallas Co. I 13. King of Sngerton appeared be- fore tt S. Commissioner Olrand yes- terday and gavo bond in tho Btun oC ?2G0 to awnit trial in Federal Court on n charge of sending obscene mat- ter through tho mails. King was brought to Abileno Mon- day night by Deputy Marshall L. 1. Peovcy. Ho was indicted by the. grand jury at the last Dallas torm of Pod- oml Court. His bondsmon were Min- lor Moore T. M. King and a Mr. Won- dclmnn all of Sagorton. He will np- pcar before Judge Meek hen? on tho second Monday In April A HA III) STIlUGfJLK. Itfany an Ahlleno Citizen Finds Sfrrigglo Hard th'c "With v. back coustatitly aching "With distressing urinary disorders Daily existence Is but a struggle. tn!l!.cin.?...f.0wii-1wm Piirvnii. One hiidrcd thousand people en dorse thl I claim. . Hero ...

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