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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 January 1911

w r vi rAUY. TRtiMM MAKE INDIAN RAGE SELF SUSTAINING JUREAC OK INDIAN" AFFA1HS OF MAKES NEW TIANS. MAES NEW l'LANS GOMM'R VALENTINE'S REPORT Iiiillnn Commissioner Tolnts Ouf'Whcro Needed Steps 31 nj- lie Taken In Tutting Io 0" Footing With Title Faced llrctlircn. By Assocluted Press. WASHINGTON Jan. 17. In attempt- ing to put Uncle Sam's Indian wards on a self-sustaining basis tho Bureau of Indian Affnlrs (hiring the fiscal yoaronded June 301910 bent every ef- fort to bring about that cud according to the Secretary of the Interior mndo public today. Through tio .efforts of Its educational farming and employ- ment branches the Bureau has been well rewarded In Its efforts to make tho Indian a competent citizen Of tho United States. . Wonderful Progress ?Inde. Wonderful progress made during tho year covered by th report In teaching the Indians how to work their own lands snys the Commissioner. Spfcnklng on the farming problem Com mlssloner Valentino says: "The In- dian Service realizes...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 January 1911

3 fe. I 'A ! '4 Fr. I'OUK T MESSAGE OF WBW COLQUITT (Continued from Pago 1). mltlcd to a voto of tho people compos- ing such party and. receive a majority of All tho votes cast In such party's primary election ' I shall not stop to discuss tho constitutionality of such a provision or Uio methods whereby such a provision could In any event bo en- forced. Personally I have always re- garded party pledges In honor binding upon me and havo acted In good faith and loyalty in obeying them and shall contlnuo always so to do as long as such demands do not conflict with my daty to myself and to my country un- der liho oath of olllce which I ma he required to tako to support tho con- nR t..il 1 k. 1 . .. ..- ...... Jicvca mat an nmenument to tno con- stitution comes within tho meaning of "specific legislation" or that any po- litical party by reason of tho fact that it may bo in nbsoluto control of the offices and legislature of the Estate should arrogate tp itself the exclusive right through...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 January 1911

rAUK riTB V ! w 4 rr v y it N T The Demand of Confederate Veterans Tq The Abileuo Reporter: i haps lihcy havo never road or hoard I notice In your issuo of tho 9 Inst of tho Hnea "Pity the sorrows of poor hn nrllclo seemingly to havo been 'old man whose trembling legs bofo !lnto the ranks of tho enemy and could not resist tholr fire. Hut lfl wns not the 32nd legislature that did this but tho 31st which laid whlo open tho gateB and lot ddwn tho bars for strange herds to cpmo In and dovoUr tho rango' unless there Is a l.mliieiil .Methodist Dllluo Will lie In copied from another paper not men- tioned. 'Tho data brings back tho days when Sam Houston as governor of Texas opposed sceesson and was deposed. Now I am not Booking notoriety or pushing myself upon tho people1 uo- causo 1 am an did Texan nnd can- vassed for Sam Houston against se- cession In much of East Toxas. I voted against secession and wns well informed of nil Uiq movomonts and strategy of tho secession element nnd its lead...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 January 1911

"A w . wtfcw.jwyiiiniiiiiw t vmmmmi m m " f! i ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER liV ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY SURSCKIPTION KATES: . year .... Ml Mouths .).. .$1.00 . .60 And erroneous reflection updn the choracter.stnndlng or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may pfear In tho columng of Tho Reporter will bo glally cor- '"otnd upon its being brought to tho attention of tho firm. Letters portalnlng to business should be addressed to trio papery or sonic particular department and hot to Individ- Mais as In their absenco their mall will not bo oponed. DraftB.chcck and postofflce ami express orderB ahoUIU be nady payable to tho AUILEN13 PRINTING COMPANY Subscribers falling to receive their patmr regulaily will coufer a favor upon' the management by reporting same t the business office. All papcrB ahould bo delivered by 6.30 each afternoon and U delivery Is not made by 7:00 Vtock p. m. report same to tho business oflice. DIVERSIFIED FAIUIIXfl. TELEPHONES: DuslneBs and Cir...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 January 1911

LAVEMENT PAIlAGlLirilS. Ticked Up ami Tut In Print hj A Ki'Iiortcr Pencil Pusher. Den Boon orders his Itcportcr ad- drosa changed from Tyo to Elmdnlo Mrs. Charley Kcnner of noar Ovnlo is hur'o nttondlng her sick brotber-ln-law Christopher KonnGr. MrB J. M. Daughorty nnd daughter Mrs. Will Nolll or Tyo wcro here Tuea- duy tho latter 10 liny taxoa on her AbllonO property. S. IJ Friend (.better known by old timers as straight old Sam) living over In tho Tuscola district ronowa for Thy Reporter another 12 inonthB. J. h. Barker of Salt Branch was hi Abllotio Tuesday on business. Plenty of molBturo In tho ground especially t Where land was broko before tho rain Vi'ho says. . 1. II Mitchell; bettior'kuown ns Un- cle Ike and Joo Newton woro up from Clyde on business. ' ' . T M. Frltts; a fnrnior living near Haskell' 'spent several days hero at- tending his wife who underwent an oponitlou In one. of tho local sanltarH urns. . The writer was glad to meet Tom Minor of .11 in Ned on lihe street...

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 — 20 January 1911

PAGE XI0KE - Jt VT sgKsraiBy?!:?": r J.N fi HEBREW DELEGATES AMHASsXliOlt TO TURKEY TVKES QlTOllTUMTV T() DEFEND THE JEWISH RACE. ESPOUSES 2 REPUBLICANISM Snjs Its Principles Arc 3Ioro Jfenrly Related (o Ideals of Prophets of Israel Than Eu-r Incorpor- ated In Form of Stale. By Associated Press NEW YORK Jan. 18. "The Repub- llcnnism of tho United States is tho nearest approach to the ideals of tho prophats of Israel that Iiob cVer been' Incorporated in the form of a State" declared Oscar S. Strang ambassador to Turkey In an address delivered tonight at thc second annual coun- cil of tho Union of American Hebrew Congregations held at the Hotol As- tor "America Is peculiarly ja prom- ised land wherein tho spirit of thc teachings of tho ancient piophcts In- spired tho work of tho fathers of our country." j America and Judaism. Mr Straus Bpoke upon "America and thff Spirit of American Judaism." His address follows: "Tho spirit or American Judaism firtg asserted Itself when Stuyvesant th...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 24 January 1911

T. .tmUiS' r' ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY JANUARY 21 1911. NUMBER H FARM w ft 14 ? SENATE WRANGLES AND HOUSE RESTS YAUG1IAN RESOLUTION TO REDIS. TRICT STATE BRINGS UP SPIRITED DEBATE. The Committees Confer FaTornbic Report Agreed oa lu BUI Requiring Rallronds to pay Their Employes Every ? Weeks Bolmes Won't Resign. Special to The Reporter. AUSTN Jan. 23. The Senate be- came invoUed this morning In another tow over tho appointment of com- mittees;" Vaughan offered a resolu- tion for tho appointment of three com- mlttees for re-districting the Congres- sional Senatorial and Representative districts of Texas. After tho resolu- tion was read Vaughan moved his pre- vious question but Murray raised a point of order that tho Senate Is now .without rutes to permit previous ques- tions. 'During a heated discussion Peeler got through a resolution .pro- viding for n Joint' session of both houses to elect a United States Sen- ator. Arguments over Vaughan's mo-...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 24 January 1911

TA IWt i i tf4 taUfihAG v LE6ISLATURE ENDS W WEEK'S WORK TORY LITTLE ACCOMPLISHED IN . WAY OP LEGISLATION BUT BILLS ARE COMING. TiBISUTiyE REST" II JOKE CaJfnUtt "Warning to Ycto Llqaor Bills Only Spars the l'ros to Great- er Efforts; All 0riIhh- tiORs Confirmed. AUSTIN Jan. 21 The second weok C tho Thirty Second Legislature camo "to an end this evening with matters or "at small Importance having heen nc- wwnplished In th6 way of legislation. Tko now administration has been In- stalled and Its machinery got Into ac- Uoa -this afternoon by the final con- formation of Governor Colquitt's ap- polntraents by the Senate. Wke Said Lcglslntlro "Rcstl" Daring their brief two weoks session Ihe Senate nnd House have had sub- mitted heforo them more than two Jmndred and fifty bills which is not dJHllcaUve of "legislative rest." How- wer much harmony has been restored .following two weeks of ceaseless jqulb- Uag by thq prog ana antls Cttlbeteon Has a Siittj). TJaltcd States Senator Charles A. C...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 24 January 1911

iMftft fttttku IWKAGKAt'HS WOKTH FEXUSING. I'lckcd row Best Farm Papers for Perusal by Reporter Fat- roHS S. L X 1 ESTRADA TO MIKE full inn h 91 P Ci. ' 4? NICAHAGUAN GOVERNMENT WILL PENSION THE RELATIVES OF GROCE AND CANNON. PEACE SMILES OVER LAND Election of Late Revolutionary Leader As president Inaugurates. Era of Ponce and Prosperity Hitherto Unknown. Special to Tho Iloporter: NEW ORLEANS La. Jan. 21 Rola- tlvea or Leonard Oroco of Galveston nnd Leroy Cannon of PlttBburg who were put to death by Nlcaraguan sol- diers during Zelaya's regime will ho given a liberal pension by tho gov- ernment of Nicaragua Confirmation of the report was giv- en today by Col. Paul Mason of Now York who has just arrived from Nica- ragua. Col. Mason Is jubilant over Estrada's policy which he Bays shows a genuine- deBlrc for roparntlon on tho part of the present administration In Nicaragua. "Estrada's government wants to make nil possible amends for tho execution of Grocc and Cannon" declared Col Maso...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 24 January 1911

T rK-r- V tifltfjHttlNiflftttt Unm j! v MEM SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER BY ABILBNB PRINTING COMPANY SUBSCRirTION KATES 2 .$1.00 . .60 erroneous roflectlon upon tho characterslandlng or eytattoa of any person firm or corporation Which may PP9MT In tho columns of Tho Reporter will bo gladly cor- Twtd upon Us being brought to tho attention of tho firm. Matters pertaining tp bUBlncsB should bo addressed to the er or Bomo particular depnrtmont and not to Individ- S In their absenco their mall will not bo opened. Unrfts.cheoks and postofflco and express orders should be payable to the ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY Jnhcrlbers falling to receive their patio regularly will fer a favor upon tho management by reporting same to Ike business office. All papers should bo delivered by 4:M each afternoon and h delivery is not made by 7:00 rafock p. m. report same to tho business ofllce. FEDERAL WHISKEY LICENSES IN PROHIBITION TERRITORY. of parents or guardians No. 133. By Mr. Bake. of Hood: Limiting tho e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 24 January 1911

flTT I'fUT'Tl'l Tl' rAsf YIYB I I THE WORLD'S COTTON Surrey of Conditions In 1910 by the Census Inonn. beneficial government 1b that' whRili fa Conducted by lofty spirits -who will bo chosen Independently for their lung power. A single wioney currency will pre- vnll llirmnrfinm thn irlobn. Thfirn will WASHINGTON D. C Jan. 23 Acs ufactures Imported intp that country bo ono Universal merldinn that of cording to the forthcoming Census during the year .1907 ns about $?00000 Greenwich and the hours will bo cal- Bulletln No. 110 giving cotton static- more than one-half of which repre- ciliated from 1 to 24. Meteorology will tics' for the year ending August 31 sents Imports from the United States become nB exact n science nB nstron- 1010 tho number of active cotton Bpln-Out of tho 20 American Republics ly- omy and thp expertB of 2911 will bo dies In tho world has Increased from InS Bouth of tho United States there tiro able to fortell the weather almost to 105081000 In 1900 to 134420000 In...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 24 January 1911

if t r np J M u Statistics of Cotton !u (Consumption .Spindles Experts. Etc. Csnsidered' in Census bulletin jno. nu. . . wiouTMnTnv rv n ti... m in ivin reducpg Its Imnortn of raw inatcrl- tho consumption of cotton In the UhL nl from the United Stales una Increas cb its imports or inuinn cotton ine exports to Cunada In 1880 amounted to only J9.C13 bnles Compared with 120- 744 bales in 1910. The decrease in the exports to Russia Is accounted for li pnrt by tho Increased production of cotton In ttuealnn territory nd by tho tC4 States according to tho forthcom ing; Census Bulletin 110 on tho supply and distribution of cotton for the year ending Augus't 31 1910 tho state of Massachusetts ranks first North Caro- lina second With Carolina third Qeor iris fourth. kuw llamnshiro. fifth. Ala bama slxturand Rhode island seventh. ! importation of Persian cotton. It Is Ing done by Iho Southwestern Unlvcr- of them nro still in tho city those be- slty at Georgetown and dcclaro our Ihg horo to loo...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 24 January 1911

Tik ff -i. j ift f f n i Ikv vrA ?r fc oca TJCexjas Stows fcom $nti&a$'& Tj&V$ 0L0 OFFICERS REELECTED 2 CHANGES IN THE BOARD Life Members of Carncglo Library Association Met Friday Ib Annual Session. Tho life members of the Carnegie Library Association mot In annual aes slon Friday afternoon for tho purpose of electing a Board naming new mem- bers and attending to other routine matters. Thp entire old Board was rolected with tho exception of Mrs. L. H. Bradfleld who Boon leaves for Fort Worth. Mrs. GjeOrge W. P Qoates was elected to succed Mrs. Brad field. J. M. Wag'staff Esq. retired from tho Board and his place was fill- ed by George L. MInter. Old Officers Re-elected. In tho Board session all old officers were relccted for the ensuing year as follows: President MIbs Ella Cbckrcli; FlrBt Vice President Mrs. Henry Montgomery. Second Vice President Mrs. CO. Morris. Secretary Mrs. G. Vt. Sherbino. Treasurer Mrs. J. M.( Radford There will bo no change in the of- fice of Li...

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 — 24 January 1911

2 x' - - dDVite Sale w"Clfc 5S"" fm 5o V gtvV.usUs owrcV-ivlfci o a.ttcw& we tBV co' ue VWjJfWw S& slW .Ya xdmx. TUwmwii aX otvce o oau v6 Sac sVnwovavcmwv- !. AmTi ttken Ufoxi mwVN vtit Wiv o Vo)ttV rcYvUfc tDB&xad otavroVAa Wvc aTt&UT-Wv&u-ix&u&Y 3avacs Vvavj ofccom U- . Ctxt aV V oxxvo miw p$ V W whjcVYVcsvw fcwvtoroU&Tves Vxv'KfoxalvtvTOeM' rtvri V &xVvwas ti& xn&Xsttus &W motoxaUVa kvccA. k(gggf? 1 A GREAT IMPETUS 0 PROHIBITION ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE COHORTS OP TEXAS GATHERED IX ABILENE SUNDAY. SERVICES IN ALL CHURCHES Mass Meeting for Men In Afternoon at First Christian Church Rud ' Union Mass Meeting at Night In Baptist. The statewide prohibition movement was given ft tremendous impetus in Abileno Sunday by tho gathering of the anti-saloon cohorts from tho fur- thermostxorners of tho great Lone Star commonweath It wna 'field day for the prohibition causo and In nearly eve.ry church of the city maledictions pointed and sincere were h...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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