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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 May 1910

v - r' ABILBJt SM-WEEKLY REPORTER "A FARM 't! I YDLCMK XXX. E 6EIS LIFE TERM IFINBA3JT IN FAMOUS.- POISON CAM GUILTY OF MUXOIK IN FIRST DEGREE 50 DECLARED TWELVE JURORS Ycrdlct Returned at ieW Today Alter 81 Hoars of Incessant and Stub- born DollbcratloB; Hyde Was Sarprlscd. - m GOHD y Associated Press. v KANSAS CITY MO. (Flash) May 16.-jHryJWfl Br. Hydc "IUfc' -w ' j- i- 41. ffifet 4rM9. assess Ms dbh lf Jskmcat at life Imprisonment la tao 5pcwtcauary x J KANSAS CITY MO. May 16. Tho most sensational and widely noted tour . 4er case since tho Harry K. Thaw trial 4 ended. At mty minutes after ten o'clock this morning tho jury in the case of Dr. BC. Hyde charged with ' tho murder by administering poison of Col. Thomas Swope the Kansas City millionaire philanthropist returned a verdict of guilty of first degree murder with punishment assessed at lire Jm- nrlBonment in the penitentiary. At ten o'clock a stalwart deputy sheriff emerged from the jury room and announced that a verdict had ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 May 1910

MwWg KLx3L-fc 4 v if T JMflE SEIHfflt Hg BY AMIMIM rIHTlK COM mm WPUL iiJmft rHinrim compant - ItMttttlmLMitfl S...;l.M.. - . .1u M U VUA U M UuWa wm4 i nmivina) rm nt nfwmi i nroim. MiiiwcRirTniN kt:mi VNm jfr nti inn 4flv0 wmumu faflAffllAM utMMi Ilia ilkarf.ar Manilla np xwU.tlcm dt any poruofl firm or cerof ration which way nr IB wo columns 01 mo nenertex win ue gisuiy cor- a . (am . ft . - a Aft At ft 4ft .a upon ju ucmg uruHBtn io w aucnuon ot me nr ra partaiiUng w biiBtRera should be addressed to the or soma particular department but sot to lDdlvId- m in their absence their mall -will sot be epened. Wntia checks and postofflce or express Orders should be payabla. to the ABILENE PRINTING COMPANT. Ffotirm to report la the MHtcmM-H fMMerg I of the tmnll rind lRMdRed awpfKirt so far Klron t Mir agricultural department. However what ho had td nay In St Louis W mlhl mw athonte on the nubjeei of Mwral proviso ft ngtJcullurnl promotion must bo lurgely drowned JHt now by tho voices fr...

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 — 17 May 1910

4tfk ' tfm TwriNy My I?. MH. iMrtK HOGL IRAINS REPORTED "KhmK 4 M$Hfrx v $ ID DEATH CALMLY ELECTS BACON IH MANY PLAGES MAklTVTrV I AL! X IWIVIItl IV I.VMIM RDBERTSDH S G BO .2 v - K ! ( ' XXflMO CONVICTED OF SLAYING A WHITE FAKMEK HA7MEB. AT DALLAS TODAY. "I SUPPOSE IT IS ALL OVER" So Sniil flulibw Robertson When told of tioicnior's Refusal lo Act hi Ills Bclialf; Neck IVflg llrokcn I))' Fall. ' DALLAS May 13.-Uopoful to tho ' last mtnuato that a pnrddn would come bv teldRranh from Governor Campbell' 1 Bubber" Robertson a negro was han ged by Bherltf Iedbettoi In tho county vjall hcro-a few minutes beforo noon to- dny- " . - Robertson with two companions was conylpted of murder. Two Wero given tho death ponalty but tho first condemned man died. Another turned 'states evidence was Bcntencpd to Bervo fifteen years In the penitentiary. Robertson was comparatively calm though ho looked weak when ho took his place on tho scaffold. The body was cut down after defcth ensued. Tho fall broke...

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 — 17 May 1910

vtfcte.iitartwfci HinwMrfefciAi ri.pwiHi Hijl HniWWWniiifeiluAlJj'ii'l i-- vtmrmn AT tNIH SM m BRAVELY FEARED (MterHHtttft Warn F0rrlMi!W Lfftitt Part and MmfHHk r AvalkMe SMjw. "WASHINGTON D. 0 Mny IC-Ano-br BPTllrK nt Chang 81m Chlun U Trwy much fonrcd In ntnto circles to 4tar. Tlio commander of tlio United JNtk&a gunboat Helena telegraphed tho ortnte department from Hanltow to tho Tfct that condlttoim nt Ghana 81m are xaost serious -All rofolgncrB so tlio report atntCB lAve been notified officially that tnoy aunt Immediately seek refngo on aV- allable ships otherwise the Chinese gowiunont will not bo responsible for CMr aafoty. Irtaldent Tatt and SecretarlcB Moy- r aad Dickinson hold a conference Ikta morning but tho result or what do- rton they reached has not been made 3fellc TUNERAL OF MISS LA WHENCE WATERS OCCURRED FRIDAY. Funeral services of Miss Lawrenco 'Waters Who died Thursday nt Mineral "Wells wero held yesterday afternoon. 3Tho body accompanied by Perry Young rifet...

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 — 17 May 1910

fa fin BOOSTER EMI MPS NEW PAPER Umi.O (UP I.IVK OAK HKASX TO 8KT THIS WOOIM AFIKIJ with rmsr IS&UK LO! THE POOH CENSUS MM MlnRHidcd IhhIsIUto Henchman ef . Undo Shim's Census Bureau Officials Swoejis UpeH Nathcs ef Gap By Staff Special. DUFPALO GAP May 14. Printers with the now Buffalo Gap nowspappr Iiavo beon setting typo during tho past . week. Tho editor M. G.-Jenkins ex- pects to issue a" booster edition next Friday which will bo representative of Buffalo Gap and the country. Mr. Jenkins secured a number of local ads and also received a fow from tho Abi- lene people. Tho newspaper plant is established In tho northeast room of tho first floor of tho collcgo. Tpday is picnic day at Buffalo Gap. The morning which broke misty and discouraging soon transformed into a playsomo Btmllght and bright sky and nt thlfl writing tho Correspondent sees somo oft tho prldo of Taylor county lift Ol Its r"Uf AMit Ailvlnorj? MHtl jrxrtt o have jt tit In ImlUtilHiil i)yrliHiiJutiiU(mnittit wiid...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 May 1910

BJWfJBf Ww -It fit xmiM art Mrtwia miat. wot im ii tmJ.inm i im&mmmm r I. en MUM ATGHARLOTTE.K.H will rprwNM wr fhtHtHN Wf iW i lit value. 11i hiwK rhlwfutB wrvath hn twn pim train WitnUur. iroimimiHR ttt lortly whit flower In 'iprwnvpM Whit t:il which I Hi' infflt tiinllri-llttr rrtlnr Tim wfnnth roiiirlluilnl by iirivnto Individuals ntiiu UfrtN KflflT Tl Off ITF mm i steum borlnp. tliouimmlK will bo hung nil tilt!. CtTWIN (MOM .MANI'CAimiRKIlH I1"11 otv "" '- tP NATION (MTHKK FOR (IKNKR.U CONFAB. IDE SALES NOIE G0NTRAC1 JlHilufui'liircrx $rlM ia .MiiKc Thin Important Fuctor Uniform In" . Uolh llujlntf mill Helling of Clolli 1'urtiMt By Associated ProSB CHARLOTTE N. C May 14 Manu- facturers of cotton goods gathered m Worn every part of tho country "will tako up for discission and decide upon matters of great Importance to Hint branch of Industry when thd Amcr lean Cotton Manufacturers' Associa- tion meets hero Tuesday and Wednes- day' next for Its. fifteenth nnmial ses- sion. A...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 May 1910

yNEiiifiitt"j Tiwrwf Iwyjwt r ank atttwrw ft jf-i vf ? .& ";a. -. r 5 'i !(" & k N !. ' -. & i '.A ft" I' 7-.. ''' . :' 'C' - :; v ' ) r. '" 1r 5t f w- JUSON RALLY DRAWS BI6 CROWD .ROOM MIAMI H18TKICT COURT WITH SUPPORTER! OF THE TYLtfR CANDIDATE JU11E CBlfLl SPEWS Able Orator Tells Why JIo raters JehHSGH Rather Own-Other AbpI. ranto M (JetcrHer'fl Chair Opinion en. Statutory issue. Erom Sunday's Dally: Practtcalty every Beat In tho district court room was occupied when tho Cone Johnson rally wan called to Order there yesterday afternoon. Organiza- tion of'n permanent Johnson Club was effected offlcers elected" add resolu- tions Setting forth the purpose and principles of tho organization drawn up. JUdgo Fred Cdckrell Was In vlted to address tho assemblage B: A. Cox was mado temporary chair man of tho meeting and H .A. Tillett temporary secretary. The chairman appolntod Captain J. T. RucKCr W. L. Grogan and Judge C. D.. Minis a com- mittee on fiormaneht organization and ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 17 May 1910

-'frWMMl 4 '' ii' P i ii i in ii 1 - - ntaunwa.vr mm t - - -! tor-"&. . s II tftf I i' ' it! I v V : nit wnncitOi GETS LIFE TERM i m. Mho Unci t.nl'O lltrrtirrlf id l roml ft" bw"1 na otf f6r MTOvKr er into ine cuiou or mo ai cwr l'enoi ami ldotracka. nitil whore Mr. aks for More Tim nh4 Al 'kg appeal mill nroompaned lilo '0'0 l"v "' !? .. ". ; . ..'1.... V lawni li Mr ik fw-ti. . who wa faithful lo the lint the ln "Mc'Kn?Slf . J 1i WlrtnM started to Mh cell. J u r van I. nwl m mmJ . . . t enco that the company nna confluence . ....' . ..T. . ?' ...... i I In tho future gtcntnow of thu Oa aj a Six-clnl to Tho Ueportor. Jlli A T-nlalmtf t-Amfinrin.l fi nrli.m. ..VV.i--:-:; ...-'."R " FrWay May IS nalnatorclriMiiniitftnco "which however fulled to ahako tiioi itmo ot the dofondant. Throughout ab ot mwnVor. fit ml (n al.nVn tun Muray mo jury uauoicu wunoui tiie S!?mlv i?22 wr oIm' M lrSftrt SfeA? w r-M 5! iAhnrtiM? ST. tl niiK ttir vZl S fSJim. tmnrtaSiminJnnl ?i hn ilth S? Thn iS r...

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 — 20 May 1910

1n ABILENE XfiXAsrtMIKAY MA SO 11110. -wlwixks. NTMHEIt 47. ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER BAILEY DOES iT ENDORSE conn " TEXAS SENATOR AT WASHINGTON MOST VEHEMKNTLY DENIES CIRCULATED REPORT. WIRES FRIENDS T DALLAS Apparently Surprised at His Purported Endorsement of 0. B. Colquitt as Against Polndexter for Governorship. Regarding a recent communication from Senator J. W. Bailey appearing in Tuesday's Issue of The Dallas News construed by many peoplo throughout Texas as a virtual endorsement of O. B. Colquitt candidate for Governor tho folowlng telegram Bent last night from Washington by Senator Bailey to frlendB of Judge William Polndexter " at Dallas will bo bt interest every- where and will bo regarded by the Cle- burne candidate's friends with deep satisfaction: ' ' J.M.Torrel.'J. J. Simmons or Nelson PhilllpB Dallas Tex. Your telegram received. I do not know what The Dallas News haB prin- ted but I do know that I have written no 'letter to anybody which by any stretch of Imag...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 May 1910

) & KKt'OKT OF TMI3 CONDITION OV THE FARMERS & UTS National Bank of Abilene Texas I At thelClose of Business Marh 29 1010 RESOURCE8 Loana and Discounts $428282.32 bank Bldg and Fix... 1160000 U. 8. Bonds and Prem- lums ;.- 130500.00 Other Bonds 16500.00 cash- duo from U. S. Treas 5100.00 Duo from Banks and - In Vault ..192639.51 Bills of Ex. 10131440 298953.07 Total $891736.29 LIABILITIES Capital $100000.00 Surplus and ProiltB .. 86141.95 Circulation 100000.00 Rediscounts NONE Bills Payable .NONE Other Borrowed Money ..NONE DEPOSITS Individual ..607737.94 Bank 84225.91 U. S 1000.00 Cash. Checks 12640.49 605594.34 Total ' . : f 891730.29 The above statement is correct ; . HENRY JAMES Cashier DEADLY CYANIDE CONVICTED H E SEVEN WAVERING JURORS COULD SOT BANISH THAT FORM OF THE EVIDENCE. HYDE CALMLY PLAYED ' CURDS IVnttf anil Ptivn1 In Mad Anguish. ISFrom 'the Kansas City Star "Guilty!" TThere was poison in that capsule Dr .1 marshal m entering nt the hentt n't mo If. perchance ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 May 1910

aMtJK Abilene Country Farmer j I ML I '1 .. i i I ii I Wkit They're Mug Have Dnc anil Can D. : By S. L. N. "1 like tho man who fncca what ho nitiBt With Btcn triumnhnnt and n henrt off cheer; Who fights tho dnlly battles without fear; Sees hla hopes fall yet keeps uufaltor- liig trust Thnt God Is Gptl that Somehow true and Just ills lilanB work out for' mortals not a tear Ib shed when fortune whIcn tuo worl(1 holds donr. Falls from his grasp bettor with love n crust Than living In dishonor; envieB not Nor lose ralth In man; nor does his best Nor ovor murmurs at his humbler lot; Bdt with' a amllc and words of hope gives zest To every toilor. Ho alonb Is groat Who by a llfo heroic- conquers fate." H A. Bcasley of Phanton Hill spent - - l last Sunday with his soft W. E. ana iamlly at Tyo. Miss Kato McWhorter'and brother Wlll.of Stanton arc visiting their uncle Otto Brown at Tuscola. George W. P. Coats was over this week from hs Shackelford county ranch on business. - . J. A. Clark says...

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 — 20 May 1910

rt!R SWAT TMB N0VriKl'I. MATH'S AUKSt. Tho mot dangerous milmnl on ortrth l tho Uy. That Ih the eonchnilon not of entfnUon monger but of cool- landed and cnutloua bcIcMIbIb That little InilgnlNcuHt peaky housefly Is n thoiignml times more dangerous to 3011 nnd your Imblra titan all tho mandating rinlmnU of the wotld could be. ItooBcvoit In his hunting trip through the dttrkont Jun- gles of Arrlca noVor faced the tlnnger that la now bo- Bdttlng tho men and wohion nnd children of America. Tho blood-thirsty dehlienB ot tho dark continent llo not harm tho human family as much in a century as docs tho fly Ih ono Blnglo Bummer Tho polsonpua reptllcB of Inula hro harntlcBB plnythingB Jn comparison. Railroad acci- dents kill nnd main ninny 'but the fly 1b ten-fold more de- structive s .Jtr Hitherto the fly ha'g; bc'regnrded a$Vhnrmlcs8 nuis m smi-IM HUM HEfOBTER . MY AHIMCNH FKINT1NO COMPANY SMAHKHOI-BKlWl Cko. 8. Atidonwfl H H. KlcferM. U. Hn Drew Goods Specials VheamwStojj&oodA Voile ...

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 — 20 May 1910

A1 FIT! " In Business On the S .. ..... y .a StS Or in SOGiety Wherever well-dressed ;m e.n WJ JVV.IAX K UMM guished for good taste and gooi W HART NER & MARX Clothing If you want all' wool sei quality and the sort of style dti lat ouvhirto go with it. vou'll have to come here to e-et them. We are making some very attraj .othing this w$ek. Now is a good time to buy. $11.75 to $23.50 )nceson V M INTER Dm COMPANY Good Clothes Specialists I ill AT THE GAP MONDAY . jpwv& HEAVY RAINFALL REPORTED Kf BUBAL COMMUNITIES FEV MILES SCOUTIHYEST. . npinv Pnn thf mi iuf mkm IIUIUI 1 uu nil nit- " Buffalo Gnn.PcoiIo IVatcli With Im. patience for FIrt Is... of Now Paper Du on JbM- dny May 20. . LIGH . .BUFFALOGAPMaylSrtehVraln'''noxtSundny1.w.w.w.-w fell in Buffalo Gap Monday afternoon f Tho health of the community was The rain a few miles southwest of tho never-better. While there is one or nltv wns unusually heavy. Earl Sal-.0 cases of illness nfcftr town they ycrs a prosperous farmer res...

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 — 20 May 1910

r.t; a - -5 Sl"i.f f sXx;4$ H Wc Wish to Call Your I iikimfVf mtHti 4itft flU tritium 2 HOUSES HI! K LH1G I r ik I DM .fi ; n r. AND THE QUALITY CONSIDER CAREFULLY tie style and the quality of the garments you purclase; insist upon every jeature of present day fashions and be sure that your garments are made of dependable material through anrl through. WE FEATURE Adler's Collegian Clothes because we know j safelv recommerfaV garments to ourSostome They possessore best 'it is possiW&no put clothes zxjMtheir qu isgaaraijMed by the ers ana rjy ourselves. We are showing the spring fashions and invite you to visit us though you may come only to look. $15 $18 $20 $22.50 The Suit Mingus Bros. ' Men's Quality Outfitters TENNESSEE IS DIVIDED AGAIN BY POLITICIANS Proposed "Blnnkcd Primary Opposed 1 By dumber of Prominent rolltlcnl Generals. ffy'AS8"oVlaia Press. NASHVrCtTJv Tenn. May 18 Fully tlve thousand' persons met In mass -convention today to nphold candidates for Independent judgesh...

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 — 20 May 1910

NUMBER II TRUTH t i Vi -AAA yi''.v ' i. V SMkS 'w& . '..-r;- ' .r-.;..' v7; 1 - -&&' - " 5 -" ' . . '"A-ifer ! vv : jv-" i -- r s 1 I The Stock of the California. National Crude OH Company advances to 50 cents per Share on May 28 HOSE stockholders who have purchased stock and those who are about to purchase at 40c per. share are about to realize 25 per cent on their investment already as tne stock' goes to 50 cents this coming jAi-' T week.' And this isn't the $rst advance either. There is no doubt in our minds that you will see this stock soaring way up in dollars soon and. when you do we know you will wish that you had a larger block. We would ad- vise all who can possibly do so to purchase before the end of the week and take advantage of For making big money there is nothing j In the .investment world today that will bear ..comparison for a moment with the opport- ' nitles offered fay California oil stock. I Dozens and scores of these atocks are sill V ing .today for ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 20 May 1910

1 m Of TEXAS IN POPULATION TABf.H HlHHVl'XU HOW MINK HTAU Kl'ATIJ (UMPAHIIH WITH IIIMt rOHTY FIVE SlHTKUS. Tril VCin lUnnriDT OIQ inn lt.il Itfin inUIILnuL OlOjIOu 41 rcr Cent or Total Gnln in Gitlr State Since Lnst Census Set. tlcd Within llordors of Texas Alono. FORT WORTH. Mny 17 The pro- llmlnnry estimate on tho -population WANTED-A rldgcllng horse for use casus shows same Interesting qom-'n9 a tca8cn Alldrc88 ae0 Wolf 1161- jmrisons In the Gulf Stales immlgrn- 8lol Abllono or s w ph iGJ23 Uon movement. Tho totnl grnlns In pop Rings. Semi G-10-2 mauon ot incsc nvo Btnios amount to 1811485 of which the gnln or Texas alone was 813183 or 44 per cent of. tho totnl gnln tntm shown Tho totnl poptilntlon gnln for tho entire United States exclusive of Hawnll and Alaska la Indicated to bo 13886728 nnd or this scnooi for boys continues In session" Sate Texas contributed 5.8 per centering Juno and July Reopens Sept. THc tremendous movement Which c. Day and boarding pupils. Now las carried ...

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 — 24 May 1910

- AMLBVE SEMI-WEEKLY TM?MKXXX jHii.kni; tijxa. tikmim may hi ibi M'MllliM IK. FIVE BUILDINGS GOING UP SOON WIND. HAIL AND a R05SELL LETTER COMPERE IllttfTliKltS AND IIUMUV .IAMES PltEPAHE FOR 111(1 boom in the iall MEXICAN KIMjKD III" lightnixg at gonzales during a seveke sioux TEXAS SENATOR DENIES HAVING SENT roautt'MfATiox TO PLAINVIEW PARTY. r rARtVI REPORTER J ' '."Hill i.i n illi..i.wpwroZiT"!!l!!l?!!!!ll?r! . W " '.W. I' "1 ..I. I. ' l.i i. i.i -.. .. - . . out otvs w owovx o 3 niji REFUTES DIN I . h k. m W. JUST EAST OF POSTOFFIGE BsilslB&fl "Will no of llrlck 100x100 Feet will Cost $20000 j Finns Draft n for Pnston Brick on North First St. Just to show tholr confidence In tho future of Ablleno and to get ready for a boom In the fall Messrs. Compere Brothers and Henry James three well known citizens announce the early erection of five storo and offlco build- ings at the corner of Walnut-and North Third streets Immediately east of the poafofflce facing south and west. Plan...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 24 May 1910

w.wmY mm mtnti.mrittfliffiii - rm tn S!S55TTSHPR55wBIHHIBTflB!r!!3!5H3M aSSS r3i. JWDElffilR KIPPED III BUD fltSKWIKTH! AtrriOX H JAII.KH mrHTNATKn A !'I.KVKKIV WMWIVKH VWt ER R0U6HLY HANDLED IhMMitrrt (her Head lYIlh Fhtel aal HMtfrrctl Uen-a'.('fiwVmtj Ills CemimnleH Hid Hat Later Meekly Surrendered. Special to The Hcportor BROWNWOOD May 23 A bold nt- iempt at Jail delivery was . frustrated Aere last ntpht when Jnller Champion -repulsed. nn attack nintlo upon him by ttwa prleoHors The Jailer who Is a champion lit rraore wayB than ono had taken the -prisoners their nightly meal. Two In- mates evidently having planned the iteatter out between them watted until 3io opened tho cell door and then made a clumsy attack upon him. Tho men irere Garrett Byrd and T 0. Jester Champion was quids to act. Drop- jplng tho dlslica he jumped back pulled juta long gun and whacked Dyrd over alio Jiead with It The prisoner drop- 3ed like a log and made no effort to a-iso. Champion then began making Il...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 24 May 1910

WtEMKKM.V I'AUM WmtWk 11 HHV X ( mh. rM fr RUSSELL LETTER B'lt 6ENUINE S9 SUUK XA' AM ONK AM)ftK&HKIl Can ON lNYNHTMUTIOX NK ttl.HCOVllKKD. nrftM imHcMw .! w irr DECEIT SEEMS APPARENT CemparJsoH HotchIs Striking Differ ences JletwcCH Signature to Bus sell letter ami That of Sen- ator J. IV. IlaUcy. From Fort "Yortu Rocordi Washington May 18. Tologram re- ceived. I' shall notmnko and (statement until I read purported RubboII letter. My stenographer has so far been una. ble to find notes of any lotter to J. L. Russell and I know I havo written no bucU letter to any on? ob your tol- egram Indicates. J. W. Balloy. PLAINVIBW iMay 18. No such mnn aa S. L. Russell can be found. la Plain view now And a moat searching Inquiry falls to show that such a.man over re- sided hero or was evor known to any 'citizens of Plalnvlow Telegraph nnd telophpno companies havo been unable to locate Russell. Date May 17 In Plkinvlow is a give-away. J B. Lancaster. Somewhat of a political sensation was pro...

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 — 24 May 1910

MJWIWWMT tlM WttWHtltH & A SUPERIOR TON QUALITY is the first requisite of a piaflo because it commends itself to ' the musical ear trained to distinguished -purity and eveness of tone throughout the entire register. v0ur pianos are noted fYvp.rl-ioiY aY.vS' Hernial mmlir.iPH : Onr Hnp nf tiioviSe snneiata. JUVX 1JLJLV4JU Vl VA S WAW VI WWii wami v W.-A. 1114 V V- NACAX'XWWJ VnIIUMUKJ . m 1 1 - 1 I 1 . . ." "I ' oi .tne Dest manuiaeiurea Our itoek the largest in w T fac- vl vfe sell no stencil pianos: we torv distributers: we buy in car we ask you for your patronage because we can save you money terms to suit your conveniens 'Call at our store for the latesi a -" 1 sTipp.t music. Victor and Edison i&coras - . - i j ' and Talking machines. OUR PRICES EFY eoMJSETmON For the Neyc Ten Day MA U we are going to offer special Ibices and terms qgricjrty high graae pianos in piano te-cSAitious; 'tis selectingxa comrjanion--iti only xwrfoe in a life. At out (u havne assurance of gettin...

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