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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 March 1910

f if V f ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER v x ft' VOLUME XXX ABILENE. TOXAg TUESDAY MARCH 22 1919. i NUMBER W. -5 T TfTT STs 4 CIVIL SUIT IN DISTRICT COURT JUDGE BLANTON CALLS CASE T. it. BARFIELD El' AL VS. EMERY ET AL. OF CASE OF (ANSELL T Defendant is Clinrgcd Vt'itb Swindling Loral "Mcrclutnts;'tlio Itcclllisf Case Continued Until Next Fnll Term u ' ' C P. Trnntham I. C. Allen (J W Cox II. Presslor J. N i Tcaff Miles Cope Den F'Gra- 8 K hnm C. Wi Roberts J. IL Moody ft J. V. Horton.A. Young John R. Spauldlng T. W. Wcdtson W. 8 A. Qunttlobaum T R. Lassltor St 8 T. M. 'Drowsier J. H. Davis M 8 " 8 P Lattlmer W P Dodson H M. Kt Stephens H O. Alsobrook Ben St F Jones Jr. J. W. Bergwcll S. tt C. Wagner G. W. Boyce 0 P W ThomaB W A. Toole J W Street ft G W. Bacon J W. Glaze C.'W ft Cowden C E. Welch G. D. Hul- ft nv. W S. Shaw. O. N. Hill. W. & L. Klncald ft !XR0WRWaKW)J The fourth week of District court was opened at half past eight o'clock this morning with Judge Blanton Dis tr...

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 — 22 March 1910

V ir TAGI! TWO M ll i" h t h I I JC u I I: r J ir ! f 1 r ; i i R r - i 1 1 1 1 1 i .... ... . . ... The Commissioners Reply Open Letter Addressed to In Us issuo of Sunday March 13 tho Reporter published nir ojioh letter of Hon. Thomas L. Blnntqn Judgo of tho Torty Second Judicial District nd- dressed to lion. Thomas A Bledsoe Vtmty Judgo and tho' gentlemen of itho Taylor County ComralaslonorB court. In its current Issue Tho Reporter publishes the reply of Judgo Blodsoo mad tho Commissioners which is nd- (dreased to Judgo Blanton Tho flvo men rhoso names are signed to tho follow- ing document answer every Issue put -forth by Judgo Blnnton. Tho tone of Ihelr letter Is courteous and argu- mentative. Tho communication fol- lows: Abilene Texas March 10 1010. To Uio Honorable T. L Blnnton Judgo of the 42nd Judicial District of TexaB. Dear Sir: On Saturday March 12th JSlO.thero "appeared in tho Daily press of Abilene a communication drafted liy you and addressed to the County Judgo .and C...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 March 1910

'A JfAUK b -4 VMMJH I i r . v w Qnw Easter Week faClli forte &ljj Boodkr) taster Week Vk t-gmgmiml raster Display 4 . st .UMjjjBiBBgjSffi pf 1910 is S ' ' (J&sfMVQml&ti&L Beginning Tuesday Mar. 22 I 4& ffl j irtta- r7-eBBCTy tt. ' ib r jria i i bu I lit! Hi I iMl V . (I JifflH ' fflr ssi Jfl IvtmM Beginning Tuesday Mar. 22 It is the pleasure of The Abilene Dry Goods Co. to invite you to their Easter Display of STYLES and FASHIONS that have been selected and gathered from the best markets of both Europe and America. With- out fear of your disapproval we promise the most representative and exhaustive gathering of stylish things in Dress Goods' and Acces- sories we have ever invited you to view. Likewise in Ladies Ready-to-Wear arid Notion Novelties we have gleaned a world-wide field for the newest and most attractive0 we have ever shown. We particularly invite criticism of the HENDERSON Fashion Form Corsets HENDERSON Fashion Form Corsets Dress Goods Waists Neckwear...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 March 1910

i .if N Ka "-? im I -'!l . ; i1.' ; Si ? ill L I II l II II II - II m ' - ' II ' II in G -i- ." II "II " ': II II K- II II r II I ' ' II II ii . It jrK FOfK ..- -!-. -. . .. vt..... .. ... J.--r..-- r.. - . ' i irtrryrp-;fi'rfTrrri.ri--ijiLJ ' " . . ' ' 1 Refreshments! I fe JffB"StN PI Refrt"slms!" '. . 7 P 1H rfpSiPi lSwl5R-is:? - SyjUlllllSWMHi MlfVl I Will hn mawoA fn pvuru Will be served to every Vffvffl fflavM WtBZagir 'SlllKFfiSLai' Mi ' -peraon visiting the ' Y fflST 130 fcT ... - ' ilAW person visiting t;he store ' lVffl.ll Friday and Saturday Mm J 8tore . M i ihMf tdm-u . Mil' iy : . . n&ytsiJ M rm : aa Arts!.! .vjp- A Airv 0 - IHwHk wl 4 " Mr mm IVIirctn D rtNU O KmM Saturday SATURDAY Extraordinary Sale Continues Until Saturday April 2nd Everybody Is Coming! Meet Them There! With a cordial invitation to come and a hearty welcome awaiting you we expect large crowds to visit our store during the two last days before Easter. As nature is covering the earth with a new Spri...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 March 1910

i tJr""$qpiggmtmiKtip iw" s t. . .. .. . . i. . "i i f .Hi! HVK. - jfT-.. r f ' - -f" -.-- f" 1 --. . -. J.. A A ; a- w . fi . . i k. : T 1 ' -. i h'A p- F - Abilene XemiWeeKty Farm Reporter BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY v PUBLISHERS. Published on Tuesday and Frida? of lich week a(fl028 North Second Street jblleno Toxas SUBSCRIPTION KATESt no Year '.. .00 ilx Month's ...... .. -SO in - i - ' ' Any erroneous reflection upon tho character standing or reputation of any porson firm or corporation which may appear In tho columns of Tho Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm rtoportor will bo gladly corrected upohltfl being brought to tho attention of th'o firm. T Letters pertaining to business should bo addressed to tho papor or some par- ticular department but not to Individ- uals as In their absenco their mall Will not bo opened.. Drafts checks and postortlcc or express orders should be mode payable to tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. Application made to have this Publica- tion entered at the Postofflco ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 March 1910

Lrfu.F.jitw;.. gJi exmtmx v H4ftIHHH1ltHtft i! TRUXTON KING yl Story of ...tGrattflarK. f By GEORGE BARR i MCLTCiltON J CopiTtghl. 19t by Gvortft Brr X i i MeCntchcon T CoprrltfH 1363. by Do4d. Mead & J ) Company f ! !' CHAPTEU XlX. T1IK KETOKW. FHOM the highlands below the Monastery Captain Haas and his men were able (o study the situnUon iu the city. The im- practicability of nu assault on any ono of the stubborn. well guarded gates was nt once recognized. A- force of 700 men no matter how well trained or how determined could not be ex- pected to surmount walls that had often withstood the attack of as many thousands The wisdom of delaying until a few thousand loyal though poorly armed countrymen could be brought Into play against the city ap- pealed at Once to Prince Pnntnn and John Tullis. Squads of men were sent without de- lay into the hills and valleys to call the panic stricken wavering farmers Into the fold John Tullis headed the company that struck off into tho well po...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 March 1910

PAGE SKTWC i m three weeks. They'll .Know we're cew tog." "1 must ask John really I mast Truxton" she protested faintly; "Hurray!" he shouted In a. whis- per "ilo Is Bd desperately In loVe bo won't think of refusing anything we ask. Shall we Bet It for Saturday?" Tliey sot it for Saturday without consulting John Tullis and then fell to discussing him. "lie Is very much In love with tier.'" she said wistfully. "And Bho loves him .Loralno. They will bo very happy. Sho'a wonder- ful!" "Well bo Is John Eto's the most wonderful man In nil this world." "I am sure of it" he agreed mag- nanimously. "I saw him talking 'with tier and tho Duke of Perse as I came out nwhllo ago They were going to the duke's rooms up there. Tho duko will offer no objections He'll permit his daughter to select bis next son-in-law." "I Bball bo sorry to leave Oraustark" she said dreamily after a long period of silent retrospection. "I'vo had tho happiest year of my llfo hero." "I've had the busiest month of my lif...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 March 1910

W..t Jto.nri.UiJttfe m x.4 PAOE iSlOfi ygyl?.. -3 1 raRBBSHE MMMacana $. v :S. RKStt2nQHKB8B JfcS. -&: )s fe f .w . S r V7i tyy Mv .XM RK && Uh K & zrzi m m fc$ w'VK.'' m m ?? f4WJ NVsl - ; W W ; . ..Oi'i rf ?rjfc ' " '". .'.. iO U. i tf: aiV : H'-t St R ;? j$ iil f&v .55 v 9'i f v 7 j ? 'WS "j tut. V"3 ovJ It; 5 h 'Si- tl? av- V& JQ . cw ??? M A1 eV3?-u 1mm ty- '3I2 i.'!i Cl ? 'v-w'-ftw.wj j r'Jr - l . 1 Svomu . i S)et TD'fcavmev o 5vvs Uiq Sote Ss lw "VDe coxavaW Vtvovte ou o tfisvY vis aV tyte&e sioxrATUs $ Wt season's acceded svjes. "De ava xeadvj mttv a Va aisayj o asvoTaU SasUr xoBaTaVtas -T&v.uvbtj Swtts awd "Dresses Davss SVVts "KecVxneat nmmuvqs arA TiTesioessoTies; as oeY as aW WvaVs Tvexnes. axva best uv "Dress Sooas SvVVs ADasViJiifcjposUTVi AiTvdeawiaT Smbrovacms ".vbVoxvs S.atBS ec. "Qeva)e xuaae avVQejjiirfaoTv o .svvTOxyyrflriVR 0T nx spuua ana svimmeT. tocXs axe Tvoxn a vevr MftjJifoTXmMVts vaTQ&pR5 w'veos TeasoTaa aVxnaas' T&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 March 1910

"VyWo 'i'.Yn".'.-v'"''vfA" .m i w r?"- i-?wj'k '( Tv' i' '-" '" ft ' n ( w a fi SEMI FARM REPORTER !i2 m VOLUME XXX. ABILENE. TEXAS FRIDAY MAliCH 2S 101ft. .' h 1 NUMBER 31. i ' ;' . S-T t4 ' 'fc-- t .' .js" u ryrrii ABILENE WEEKkY W' W WLmm 9mm H m WLmm i") flfl 7 ?..? ' mil nniuric iu '111 it i i ii until I m imwwiai. wuaww DISTRICT URT bs- JUI)U .uiiAivrufl ULEAua uuuhbi ;- ... i a - nnniftim for day in readiness ion tomorrow I JURY HANGS IN DAMAGE SUIT fr Cnso of A. L. Green Versus Texas & Pacific Hallway Restated In Mistrial; Docket Hcafy Friday's. Session . From Thursday's Dally: 1 "In District court yesterday' evening k' Judge Blonton discharged the Jury In the caso of A. L. Green vs. Toxas as ''Pacific railway stilt for damages for n.ni tnitirina Tti. liirnrR camo In (early In the afternoon and reported that tney couio. noi itsruu. " time they stood' six and six andMho foreman stated that no change had re- sulted frbm continual balloting: So they were discharged. C L. Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 March 1910

UAjOSCAaiM ' ' A6tf TTTO . 5-il .l..L..! ffl "T" mm I I aW Cft8J :t- f ana I II V X : I ff cjop I I P S& 1 ' 'GRb 1 B W ru jc BB JT .- TT- i !T4 ' A- t J . . i. . l-S Who Kind You Have Always Bonglit nud which lias boon In asp for over SO years baa Tjorno tho signature of ana lias f-?--pL . sonai AHiCountcrfoIts Imitations nrlmniits that trlflo -with 'ants and Children Exporlenco against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Jv w 2 ria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare in m i 0o& i iiUilO aUU. UUUVlUUg vj Ins noither Opium Morpiuno nor otnor jmrcouo tanco. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys worms allays Foverlsnncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind C. It rouOVCS 'Xeouiing II I artti Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food j-cgulatcs the macu and Bowels giving o Children's Panacea Tho ENUINE Bears tho JF ' M C&&rf '-CUC&44 The Kind You to Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TMC CINTAUft COMMIT. 11 VunlUr TIHCT tint YORK CITY. Abilene Country Farmers What They're ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 March 1910

V. f'JUlE TMOtf. " !kv I n -..i m 131 Wft. DISCUSSION STREET HG CITY COUNCIL WANTS MATTERS ALONO HIS LINE -PUT IN FINAL SHAPE . GAR LINE MAY BE MOVED Officials of Sirrct Ruilnny Company Say They HnTc Offers to ItuIId Track Don Walnut Oak Mid Some Other Streets. From Wednesday's Dally. The city council met In regular seBBlon Tuesday afternoon at thd city hall. Present Mayor E. N. Kirby sec- ' retary G. W. Leake aldermen Ellis Mlngus Shackelford Kauffman Her- ring and Anderson. An annHcation of Mr Parr for license to operate a candy wagon on the ntreetB of Abilene was granted an nnniial tax of one hundred and fifty dollars per year assessed and the city attorney was asked to draw ordinance covering the Bamo. An ordlnanco ffxlng the fire UmltB of Abilene designating the kind of build- ings that may bo constructed within the said' limits making it a penal or- fense to build a building within said limits without a permit naming the kind of building that may bo repaired and the conditions...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 March 1910

AK' FAITH 100 INTRICATE FOR LOCAL MEN Farm Reforter Henderson's Fashion Form Corset 3Zt ABILENE PRiNTING COMPANY PUBLISHERS'. Published on Tuesday nnd Friday of Jvck week at 1023 North Second Strcot tbiteno Texas v BUFFALO GAP VEWHFArF.R COLT PUZZLED OTB BIO PRESS ' FROM COLEMAN VOICE. The Most Popular Now iii Use subscription bates t " hb Year .... $1.00 JMx Months ..................... 50 - i - i i - - - - n i - hi hi ' lit- l ii h T-' Ite ' I ti : H f r-. " f Abv nttAHAnitn nHiilM .tMM. V. SlL'S'iL&iHBST ISSUE IK1S MOUTH ay appear In tho columns of Tho -Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm rtoporter will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to tho attention of tho firm. JUWrB portalpjng to-busings. should e addressed to tile flulM Of tome par- ticular department but not to Individ' -Mis as in their absenco their mall -will not bo opened. Drafts checks ad postoulce or express orders should be mado payable to tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. Application mado to have this Publica- tion e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 March 1910

. 1K WK. Ir '1 .lilt M' i t i V- DALLAS WOMAN USED WHIP - ON AN OFFENDING MUN "Wwllo Buggy Whip Was Broken into Small Pieces Most of itio Mottb lVcro About the Bhouldcrs. A rather pretty young girl holding a man by tho collar whllo nn bldorly woman vigorously applied a buggy wh'lp to his back head 'BhouldorB and arms was tho apectaelo presented yes- terday afternoon about U o'clock on Bryan street near Harwood. Tho In- cident created a groat dfcal ot oxplto- ment nnd In afow minutes time several hundred peopld had gathered about tho placo whoro tho affair occurred The hian hipped was Ploaa Harper Miss Iena Porklns aged fifteen years was tho girl who held him and Mrs if. Per- kins applied the lash. No Arrests Wero'fcado. While tho affair caused much oxclto- ment and was reported to tho police no arrestB were mndo and tho Indica- tions aro that nono will bo made Har- per was not seriously injured and when seen at Chief of Police Ryan's offlco today shortly before noon(ho appeared to b...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 March 1910

I'll' Hl Hlimtmi ljililil..MMvi.HW-.J.'..M.H.iltiWH.ill )H t u 1 tmrnrdMii niummwi Ii I t; I For Lame Back Ah aching bck is instantly relieved by an j application of Sloan's Linlmcrtt. This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky plasters. It penetrates 'Without rubbing through the skin and muscular tissue right to the bone quickens the blood relieves congestion and gives permanent as- well as 1 temporary elicf. H4's.the Proof. Mr. JAJfCs C. Lett of 1100 0th St.. S.K.Wffelngtanl).G.rrltei: "Tklrtr years ajm I fell from a scaffold anil serf- otulyJsJJureJrnjrbfick Iluffetedtorrl. MvaRtmei; from the small of mybnek all Jroaml my stoninch was just as If I hu boon teuton -with a club. I nsed HrypUster I could eet with im relief. Roan's Llhlmont took the nnln rlitht But. and I can now do as much ladder i work as any man In the shop thanks to loan's niment Mr. J. V. Kvans. of Mt. Alrr. Oa.. says: "After being affllotod for three years with rheumatism I used Sloan's U...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 March 1910

!!iTrWt7T7&jfpl&Z?r jV - & ' !" ; ? v4. .- - t ! "V .' t AuE 8EVKX .J MO A LINIMENT FOI Cheerfulness and a bright dAposUMB are among the greatest blcEslajlnjfthcr can JpVw upon tho littlo life about to begin ller Happiness1 ajipiystfal comfMrgul largoly govern the propor development of tho health Mffnaturo of tUpRTiUr Mother's Friend contributes much to the mother'n happiness fld heiydrbyjlio rellof and mental comfort it affords. It is a llnlmont composed jpenjiflrattng oils and medicines which lubricate tho' muscles and tonabns jtho Jrody aootho tho swollen mammary glands causo a gradual oxpajjilontlio ln .and tissues and aid in tho rellof of nauBoa. Tho rogulat usjf ofjnothejn Friend greatly lessens tho pain and danger when baby comcSjAnJpsfltuft a quick and natural roebvory for tho mother. Mother's Frlend4s.&Eljp4rarug stores. Wrlto for our froo book con- taining valuable informanoa foToxpoctant Mothers. THE BRADFIELD CO. ATLANTA GA PUBLIC'S HBLU OKLAHOMA MAN GATO...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 March 1910

4..W. -- A.iHttE.A:yjyw"innliL' $5iOhii JU1 Wmwwr rur-nt wtim - "ft" PAG KIGR njj; hm 3 -A.. . y I' I'1 lv M I K. r j i n j. i " i ' i IfL I! ih i' ti; 1. ' J 1 A WANT AD. May Save You Money hi Mwre Waya Thai! One. T-y n Want Ad. . YGt muh Fitfb ME nt f ranthnm's fc Darby's on Chestnut street paying highest cash price for chickens and eggs. W !.. Tinnin 4t FOR SALE Weil drill good condi- tion? bargnlu for cnah. Also jieannt hay. T. P. Wood McCnmant 2-28dlw3 NURSERY STOCK To Farmors want- ing nursery stock the very best Ap- ply to Rev. J. H. Moore Abilene Tex- as representing White Nursery Co. Tyler Texas; I will undersoil all oth- er Agents. See me. Scmlw 8-8 FOR SAJ..E -Two good mules for cash or on fall time. V. E Mulr. 19.d2wj FOR SALE Brown leghorn eggs Price .50 cents per setting. A. T. Clark. R. V: D. Route 2. f W-3-2Sr2t FOR SALE 200 acres well Improved 150 In cultivation five miles of Ovnlo Snap at $30.00 per acre. Address E.L. Morgan Ovalo. ' 3-24-2t WANTED Four or flv6 yea...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 March 1910

"". ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY FARM REPORTER VOLUME XXX. ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY MARCH 29 11. NUMBER 32. IRKS OF. GELTON ft VISITOR IK CITY i rtitii.u niviimmv AW 1IIM "WAiTUUilVfHfJ u"''v v " FATHER FOR NOMINATION THE COMPTROLLER THE RECORD OF 0. G. BURKS fe 1rciii Hlinrlff nt Hull f'nntitv Wnrinlv Endorsed ns Capable una Hon- est Mnn by UcH Coun- ty Voters IfFrom Monday's. Dally: i Charles Burks of Belton Deputy tshnrlff nf Bell county. Is among the business visitors In the city. Mr. Burks Ik Is the Bon of D. C. BurkB present sher- ?iff of Bell county who Is a canaiaate for State Comptroller. The young air. niirirn 1b hin father's camnaign mana- jfe ger and his visit to Abilene 1b partly to pave tho way for a viBlt to tins city of tho elder Burks. D. C. Burks will deliver an address in Taylor county in tho early part of May. He is at present touring East Texas in localities surrounding Bell county but will gradually Work his way; weBt. The young Mr. Burks is a witness for the defenso in th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 March 1910

i "H-. TAflK TWO - i imi .fcttJi ...if.-.."ry - ' -1 n NEARLY A THOUSAND VOTERS IN "it .' JUDGE POINDEXTER'S AUDIENCE Courageous clear-cut thoughtfully J non he man in whom lo embodied all conceived and admirably delivered the cssen? 'al elements of dealrablo cltl- witkmit dent or iiMsloiu eomprcheh- Ulhlp (Ad cveihtar that means jtvloly embodying every Ibsuo at stukojfwcd govfrnmcnl the Honorable Wn and put forth in a manner equally l nam Foindexter of Globurno.'' .erasped by the stripling as liio adult tersely clmractorleos the .speech Made Ja District courtroom Saturday nftor- tBooa by Judge William Polndexter of Cleburne Judge Foindoxter Bpoko for two hourB and ten minutes to an nudi- aco of voters whoso numbor has boon variously estimated at from eight hun- dred to a thousand. It was an address typically political the outlying of the -platform on which ho bases his can- didacy the fundamental weaknesses in the planks of his opponents platforms &ad the" ever present dig at t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 March 1910

i f ?- if tttVJ - n X r b i i tifljlfi H illi.trf i4 TICER TRIAL III THE FIFTH WEEK L " PUIHUEXTEF1 W COLQUITT - ' t'l ?FZ The 1910 Subscription Olfer-Thc Best & P9fi" j)X3 OUer Made lor the New Year J) J. f mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm SPEAK AT CLYDE THE TRIWEEKLY ATLANTA CONSTITUTION AUSOTUHKO SESSION' OT8TRICT COURT LOOKED FOB Itf NEXT SIX Djim LEFT THIS MORNING TO CARItt OUT HIS ITINERARY IN CALtiAHAN ('OUNTr. DELIVERS STRONG ANTLrfcOIII. RITION SPEECH AT DRENHAM. AND ABILENE CENTRAL SUIT UP HEARD BY 900 AT MERKEL ISSUES DEFI TO DAVIDSON s OPPONENTS I V lvr A Jhargost Damage Suit Ever Filed In Dhirlct Court of Hie 42nd - District on Docket For Tuesday Morning. The flftli week or District court to open Monday morning at hnlf past eight o'clock is apparently to bo fully occupied With the trial of cases on both tho criminal and civil dockets. On Thursday March ni tho first of the four murder cases on tho docket for trial that of the state versus 0. TIcer will come up. DetallB of the killin...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 March 1910

..MW.1 XHWlWi "" "w""" PPAtfMMMf rtwf" J 1K. r 1rAK- -J-? -fi-ir -A .Mi-'iM && . JAlrljlrtltlM- " MfcMMWKSwy frl. JM whMin rF mttH 'VI l ft T Abtltn Semt-WeeKy ' Farm Reporter BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY PUBLISHERS. Published on Tuesday and Fiiday of tch week nt 1028 North Second Stroot Ibllcne Texas SUBHCHIPTIOX llATESi bo Year $1.00 JUx Months .... GO Any erroneous reflection upon tho character standing or reputation of ay person firm or corporation which My appear In tho columns of Tho Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter -will bo gladly corrected upon Us being 'brought to tho attention ot tho firm. Letters pertaining to business should fee addressed to tho paper or some par- ticular department but not to Individ- uals as in their absence their mall will not bo opened. Drafts checks Md postofllqo or express orders should be made payable to tho ABILENE -PRINTING COMPANY. Application mado to have this Publica- tion entered nt tho Postofflce at Abi- lene Texas as second class m...

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