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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 21 June 1910

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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 — 21 June 1910

h-- IRILfimi PAW MNMfe ? k b lb Sf- & EL rf ft 2 :? w a- lJ -r " Vf '- Lr fV i !- fc& lfeV Msitifm TO BE 6ENEML riATMX.U- (MUM C94KKATK . with rArawric whhm ft A W TUMI -CMMinEES ARE APPOINTED yKayflr Revested to Deelare MeildAy; JNHtltww JfeaiH May Cieee Fer Oeeaetea; Cheaa Rates Like He (fHvcn V Rallreeds. From Sunday's Dally;' 'Committees 'from practically eery laternai ordor. operating Jo- Abilene met. with 'Ahe cominltteee from the i)a ughters of the .Confederacy and Sobs' ef Confederate Veterans in Car" aegle Library Saturday afternoon and pledged their hearty co-operation Jn a basket picnic on the fair ground -Ttily i in honor of the members o "Tonfc' Green i Camp' No. 72 C. V. hhd'lthe other old doidlors in the coun- J.f Mot affiliated with the" lqcaUcamp. JtepreeentatlveB ffom the following .organizations' word present r ' Daughters of the Confederacy "SieB- lamos rBi B. Bledsoq Si II. Wulshe atl(fHf I Bcntloy J A. O.. P. B.- E. Looncy: U. Bv A. H.: L. Behiiey W Q W...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 21 June 1910

JQSjSmSJSSSSS3i flRSH !.b art ---. 1 BUSINESS MIC Tl TWU Wt UWH n n wWw w iwnwny ROOMS AS OFFICES. Hha refill Art divided Inte Firm " Onrry an an Imaginary True WHH Kaefc OtherThe Ceurae Frert WRn la Dlraeter. 91 eae wlll.deay tko fact that tier are among llio keeaost buslue la the world. And undoubted' eC tlio secrets of their success Ii tbe fact that la German schools are taught tlio practical dctn fcaatacsH. The writer recently iv from Hamburg after a jettrV of education uud an outline . uryetcm of training boys In business W be Interesting. Hi y llrst day's attendance 1 a h tlmo table on which nppc i sat set out In formidable array mi JM-Iects us commercial correVpoial laws of bills of OXdhUllgO. 1111 r. DOlltlcal economy and coiiimo taw. none of which at the i) .. red much to mo and raised ( doubts In my mind as to whejh tlaaeald bo Able to understand and it tpatelate what appeared to be Ui aatalnwc subjects. JUt9 a. in sharp on the following ' like coarse began preface by a t ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 21 June 1910

" IT fM iMili MHV PMiti rtvx tWMlMIIMIMMMWMIPIWWIIMM I I . ! - i w Ton Days Closes Promptly Thu MERCHANDISE ! the inducement we offer th owwfefowl) and offer the mamduai selection in tnit not in ever details Cdme in and make c your shopping at this store. The season's J TMELY APPEAL TO -' ABILENE WATER USERS CMAwki Urged to TWak SeriflH8) 4 Aet Swwly In Fmeat Fretn Monday's Dally: ' Tie following timely communication Iroaa a citizen of Abilene was received by The Roporter this morning: One or Uio absorbing topics of In- ternet to the people of Abilene la the present water supply. This (s natural It is a fundamental principle of social economy that when a supply of public (Those who havo taken stock in thoA aeeeaeltles begins to runs below tho llono Central project are especially ur- BorKal the public becomes nervou4ged to bo preeant This meeting in Hot A great deal la said and a grcas dtnlonly for these subscribers but every Ore is said than should bo said foi auch that is said is e...

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 — 21 June 1910

- - t "e i HIT JtwKI YUAft tflHV HKKIi Itiaai 4ataaV faMMkaAltaktf taaaaaiaa4sat aa gm A tut rt Ohat iHlrtwn CnMitif 'May to Jim t'tf hurt ivlii t hk to it Mnittliot Widntiiiy M'fl'juM HI If Jim tMir hnvo jhiiHi Hieiv llimwh. yon irni)' lttiu liiiitti'd tlitu l He mwnliot hit 1 m m ' of Hit owtf Here Ih h miiirtitloti tmrhtmrtl- n tnnn loltl tin' iilinnl IMn a itlttco in Ontario Mtwi. A yijHiiR nihil wltli ii worldly wlt xprfltitloii hull Ji'mt walktH In mi- kiMtiutl n lnro utilil wii'U'li front n tlmlii ii ml linntliil It ut tho iiutif ncrvHH the rOliiitct for liMpectlou "How ninny (jo I cop n ihochltncrr' ho Inquired noagtuilnntly. "Cough yourtfjjiiro.'' wild the iltiek behind tho winner. "Would fijiip wiWliliekB llnit yoti In tin front parlor?" "Not no. toy clicolUl. c'n get b tlrny Joml of 'cm for forty.1' M "Aw well pass mopvcrslx'tyMe;ti- cnliH. then" m "NorH. Conio itjjnln. Thirty's too utroug tOOt" "flay bof whore do you think I feet" IIiIm ticker by tlmlln six out b twelve ...

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 — 21 June 1910

mkMm iirviBf i s MM mmMmwtv Hw .. 3-?wiiJir S3S5 - . pir.w wwiw in ira bpmwi n m mmvm iwi VSfiil I f- U ms . e HL K v' wsm sets iiiHEns JPI(tH.K MA VSIt TMK RTATK waxt xmxwnnren t xmt ctjnmfttito. IMSE HBEIT JITITWE fhre Jtattug Be tftaas JWscUea In (tastrai Tkrewrkest State i Ik Iffert to Sm THs " jipselal to The Reporter. xV .- - X AUSTIN ?Jae.v17.:HTho Fire Sating fcoartl at nesrf TviejV'meetlnt; ox- jffrP to reduce rates throughout tho State according to autlioritattve stato- gksals given out hero tills morning. It Is honed that thla action oh the ftart of tho board will at least in part Mttnteract tho sentiments against the law and possibly will bo tho eaiiso of 4he special session of ;Uiq -legislature imply amending the statyto InsteadOf- wpealfdg.tt ' ''."J. 'i ruiiunius iuu uuiwk ui uiu hiiuuiui session- of tho legislature tho offices of he governor- are- now .flooded .with' -1 man iroip au .parts or uieBiaie some indorsing the attitude of tiio. cb'let ex- " r vSctgtive of t...

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 — 21 June 1910

"t"''"fl"jJE WEHG BEING WHTGHEO IN TEXAS '" "' T KKWIITH HAY PlttKniVKS M.VV MClf XHKH AM.XMKH MUM. . HEPSIM PWRS ISSUED ! rout rciit'hliig neatly down in li- Clans Jury InteMhtUHK Death ef the" kltces with ill) ciiorinmtH botiiiiel .t KcllHrr Girl Retained Indictment A galas Wcadllag- CkarffiHe; IIlHt Wife the Mardcr. By Associated Press lOUISVILtE Ky Juno 20 Early tins morning it was lcnrnctl mat nn in- dlctment hail been returned by tho ;rand Jury Investigating tho murder or Alma Kcllnur against Joseph Wenil- Iing janttof of the St. Johns Catholic school charging him with the murder f the girl. The girl's body wns found i&i the basement of this school and fol- lowing the discovery the officers no- ticed the disappearance of Wcndllng. Rumors hcre"hnYo It thnt Weudling Has been discovered at soma point In Toxas and thnt officers arc keeping blul under closest surveillance await ing requisition papers from Kentucky. The pollco here continue to preserve" ... 7 . . " " nnnviL MiiM...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 24 June 1910

1 "' 1 ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM KlPuRTER . .- . .j it r E. d ts i HI -a' y. Of' J nwni xx JjC?3S3Cl x 52 - r' fflll ROBERTS 101 TO DEATH 4 14 TIAK OLD SOX OF ABILENE fjNTRACTOR PIES FROM AN ACCIDENTAL INJURY. MfTHER DID THE .SHQOTHK Mntoci'Jtihtrin Aged 19 Held Single MaWcl Shetffn .JLaaded. with - "Bird . Set j: Injsrei hoy ! Xfved S Miantes. Froa Thursday's Daily: Floyd the fourteen year old son' of V'eft'iK0rar w Annuo timuouui -'a" shot and fatally wounaedat in- "teen minutes tQ twelve o'clock today &t titehatae of his. father two miles west of the city t6 the right of the Texas & Pacific tracks. The Injured t)6y lived twenty minutes but 'dftitf with out regaining consciousness TheVcai lion used .was a single barrel shotgun twelve iguage which had been lntae family' for eighteen years. Buford Ro- berts a younger brother aged ten -vears. held tho EUn. The first news' came td Abilene shortly after twelve o'clock In the form of aVtelephone message to the officers. Sheriff W...

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

via I IM 13 jf 1 t;. V1 EXODUS TO ABILENE CWnBY w m. wmowT i mi i i li il 4 Mitco MtMHln h v.tiluWIUy of HMoch (hk Uio truth Ihta. It th ftro Wa wk wy apton tweankmaUy Mnlo priced a tnffcfclMtlve te.tfca avarum? a tmnHtlnK thlMK. I havo always wan HttklHK A Homo. whan alwiHar ' JAMktHt (o untlmiatlcally anil buoyantly lands thai require anpinclaljly low k ef the town In which 1 llvo nad moisture ami' lew UltftRo curt Ho 1HI' Htm eMtlguoUH country clinnrd for much lean money coupled Tlw grand opportunity nuw gtvni mo with tlio fact thai tho Abllono country aht my travels through Central and Is inoro healthful and ltd cllmaln more iMawtttern Texas to boast Abilene andiilonHnnt peoplo desire to llvo In such Abllono country Is one beln uttt AmA overttnio My power to speak olo aa sally 'and InteroBtlngly has never mm largely dovolopcd but when my vMy" of Abllcno and the Abijena twaatry has been finished In Central awl Southern Toxas'l shall bo an olo- aawgnt talker and the Abilene countr...

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

M.wiim rm igm V . i OUR divm oALl VONTINUtU $ U9p.nd Cut Prices ale All Next Week v " ! ft-- -r fe y (? sft $i "' " The Abitera DrVXtoocUr'Co. hasraecided to controwB their great price cutting sale Twelve Day& Longer Those fif tgripndrt price tjrifets will remaipC every article of inepehaiTTisetwo weeks wore. The only changernake is that tfyetfsands of theprfprices are even tjtowSrthan ever. Every Ladies' Suit and Dress is hxjjtrbo haff price. jMBSfs dothinkKo boys cJothingjjjeTBeing sacrificed as never before. Ladies' Mens and childr Eery item of merchandise of whatsoever nature aMnis store is minted to sell REQMU)LESS OF COST. Do not fail to come from day to day to this great sde where evejardollar will dqjfreftf purchasing power. jr jjfr-" - . r All Over the House ne Dry Goods Company COUKTY COURT IH A BDSY SESSION ... ' "ASES ON BOTH CRIMINAL AND ' CIJYIL DOCKET DROUGHT : TJl FOR HEARING. TERM IS OF USUAL LENGTH Every 'Day; of Regular Three Wecki Session. Will Be Taken JJp A...

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 June 1910

L W 1 I ' .1 ! . i i I -3 K t i I i ft ft- BBHraMMRt - IMf AT MSTtt WW Halt"!? IrfNIM nHl tltlta Hf1WHI tare MrHNr AtlHTIft Trx.. Juno tl-One month Aram today nml tho special ncnulon fMI convene. Instead ot tho usual )Mi noon hour the aeimldH will bo wed at 2 p. in. In accordance with Governor proclamation. After formal organisation and tlio tn traduction of a few bllla on tlio aub 3at ot Insurance the Fire Hating Heard etc. It Is predicted that the aaambers or most of thorn will re tain to their homes for tlio primaries am the 23rd of July. Not a fow nro M-aeaeaying that there will bo no jtMrum In Austin on tlio morning ot t 20th and that Micro will bo none atll tho morning ot tlio 25th. While 4m primaries will bo over on tho 23rd It 'will' bo lato in tho night before tho remits aro known and too lato for the amabers to start to Austin In time to reach here for a session on the 94& therefore the real business of ike special session will commenco mm. the 25th. OoTcrnor's Attitud...

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 — 24 June 1910

r P. Mahaffey Candidate for District 4 JL 0TW Attorney 42nd Judicial District of icii.i nm..... i Imp iiMiiHin on mv MutrBoumliMlkcnioru nubile speeches that I Ha given wait ft Mtto whllo on him for tho IN HITHER CASH SHOW THAT THISiln Feltow CltlKuna! The limited iliuo I shall have to Bpe away from my official duUwj hd will prevent tne from seeing a lam number of yon sb well na from atteikdlng many public gatherings dur- laglthe campaign. HoWcver I fed thathvhlln I am at my host ofduty you wlljnot forget the work dono fof youj In the past and win enreruuy Teau antfVconslder my olaltua for re-olcctlmi to the of rice of District Attorney: 3ny of you will remember that I was appointed to this office and was elected for tho first tlmo two years age?1 1 am now seeking a second etec- tlviikterm ald '" asking this of the people I reel thai my official record is worthy of Indorsement and that my uddtfa experience In conducting prose- cutteBS of crime coupled with my fam lllawtr of the deta...

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 — 24 June 1910

' . V s ;- -sasi0?&ssp 1KU I ri RllDE OJLoil as it comes out of the groundis making vast fortunes for my iridivia;S uais in various parts of the country. Bjxt in no country have as steady and regular : iiif comes been derived as from the California oil fields. This business last year brought jtb tftS. ' the oil producers the immense sum of nearly $3000000nearly twice the total value of its goldV production and far in excess of the total production of gold silver lead copper and all other! precious metals. - '. " - '';;- Stockholders in these various producing crtide oil companies are receiving each month; divir dends of from one cent per share to $2.00 per :harer and from 3(J per cent to 140 per cent c their investment and very often a second dividend in one morith is declared Thinafris $hatS over $600000 is being paid out each and everyvinonth in "dividends by the to stockholders. jfro you yettmy your share These facts are commanding the attentibhlbf by this company's correspon...

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 — 24 June 1910

fW' mwwtfxiY ntur imi tttt MtTl jlujl . -?raimmB&&!rmmuiJ!.i. - mEZmT-s WSSrMK37S3mS7''m- MO' J(WViv-'- T " t ! 4. A.bitn Country Farmmr immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmm WVitt TWyhri Nil lm Im Mfc Ct fe. : By S. L M i -jv. " lt brlghi ImfreoolMe IMnra; ' lwl. ui4 .....l..l.. u.a.ttbij fiv (k invlrtoiw of angel' wing; Don't artum to bo a rushlight hwHuAo tU are hot r star J IM blighted norno bit of ilarknes uj? niilnluK Just where you Are. 'The ProBbyterlans(61il Cunlboriaiids) Wave h good meeting going on at Iberia sjrs J. K Fuller. oteorge Munroc merchant at Nugent "Was la Abilene Monday- Ho reported hte business fairly good. W. C. Claxlon says his cotton lpoks Wtjli aud growing fast but malzo and sorghum looks sickly. Bun and Airs. Kirk of .Caps spoilt wkjle In Ablfc Monoay. Mm. Cwr ! of ew good friwtd M W. Carr living over in the. Hodges district wm la Ab41em Twoooay Mid Wiltons othtT pttrchtwes trmiRht mano- rial for making; a milk cooler. Mr. and Mrs. Ix W. Daiby ...

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 June 1910

Ill li IV I K t WMth Hftttk HaHnnr Vs 1rn (rnm HHth Track lly Annrtclfttott lroBi SMW YOttK June 22- At leo4t four nraon wororfatnlly hurt nnd more than n tloxon filters seriously injured n-'at lawyers in Jonoa county who an- parly this morning when two enrs of vised mg that the two offices would tho Scenic railway on tho Bowery t not lio separated this. Confcy Island running lit lorrltle.speoiU I am thlrtyfour yonra pT ago and Jumped tho track and Whirled titty feet have hern a rcaldont of Jones county to tho ground. for twenty-two years apd having had .Both cars were crowded .to the experience as a tax colloctor t guards. Ten occupants wore hnrtcd pleasure In- referring tho voters to from tho cars falling to tho ground any or my acquaintances lis to my whoro thoy lay nnconsclous. Six vent qualiricntlonK- to make the county an down with tho cars and were pinne'd efficient Tax Colloctor. Trusting that beneath tho wreckage Vou 'will 'elect m ns ydtl Democratic Immediately n terrific ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 28 June 1910

awlene maim KLY HtHtMl I EK 'I nMm Wl -w r . m xxx' mtMK TKXAHi 1TK8RAY 41'NK tf 11t. xtmitw. 3h nur. fciS5fi(K!iSKh' ' tm&uMM. -y "trs-?n8ita.l Mif u -acassta Automobile Turns Turtle; Seven Passengers Injured TRAIN HELD UP .I--. EXODUS OF. H6HT LINERS 10 RENO ON OWN HO smrtinG "FAfts flocking Vito 3WSVADA TO VIEW WATTLE OF TE CENTURY. VETEftAHS FAVOR JEFFRIES Te O'Heiirkc Famous Trainer Dopes ' fMlo Man to Win Jeff Loafs and SmtlCs mid "Walla for . ' . HIg Day Monday Next ' By Associated Press; RBNO Nevada Juno 27 Sunday In Reno was like circus day In an average American town and thd camps of Jeff- ries and Johnson.who will battle here sext Monday for tho heavyweight cham nlonshl'p'o't tho world were thronged with fight fans from every corner of tho Unl.ted States. The town is al- ready filling up with tho vanguard of fight fanB. Every train puts down Its qtiota of visitors and the number of arrivals ls expected to Increase stead- ily from 'now on the glorious Fdurtli. It is th...

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 — 28 June 1910

ULEML1 jfe: vumjmt. -s-ja fcUwmuiHfe'v fcf N BE BUILT MM fWrKACl' WITH .M0H4JAN JOMS I'NA.MMOUHI.Y HATIFIKI) IX XAH!J MKUTINO. MMNONIQUS TONE FEATURED MttUmH Abenndod Wit Greatest Geed Master) Wallread Committeemen Tcntldorca a Vote of Thanks For AcUor hi Matter. More than ono hundred mjen of Abl- Jcno took part In last night's mass meeting at tho courthouso for tho put .post of determining whothor vor not tao contract with Col. Morgan Jonos lor tho building of tho Abllono and Hamlin road was to bo ratified and as sisted in turning the affair Into a ver- itable love-feast. By a rising nnd un- animous vote the thanks of tho city "were voted to the members of tho railroad committee tho members of which wore authorized to close with Col. Jones nnd to do 1 quick as Col. rarrarnoro advised. Thero wore mori who camo to that meeting apprehensive as to Its1 possi- ble outcome literally quaking In their boots. The general impression seem- ed to prevail thnt all might not ap Trove the ratific...

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 — 28 June 1910

Iv - riUTnvi ftl Rml mh 'hi m nr The rhlldivrt mlKhty h.aW- VacntUm tlino from nehoolj TUo WMln In In tho turrow .Ami tho MiortgBRQ or (ho mule. ut when tho kphmvh's ovor Thurn Hln't mi ROlden rwlo Fur takV otf the thortmino With iho harness ot llio miilol" Goodness Ih thu only InvoBtmont that wovcr falls. ' Seme men put on hotol airs on a boarding house salary. Tho reputation ol an honest farmer sdon uxtondB to tho city. Keen tho hens scratching for tholr living and hatching for yours. By turning his back on loose farm. Ing a man may get his losses back. ' Be not particularly good to anybody but espcolally good to ovorybody. The mah with the largost crop is the mah who attracts tho most atten tion. Now with high prices it is tho hun- gry man and his money that aro soon parted. Nothing pleases n successful farm er more than to moet another farmer who ha succeeding. t ' If every man would consider him self a dobtor to every other man thoro . wouldTbo few-paupers. Slftny a man fails t...

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 — 28 June 1910

mm 11 nPnl SPOKE M CISCO CAKMIMTli AimHKH.HKt) A IK(IK WW AT TOWN WIT HAI.K N1 3 WAV MONK) Jl - JTIR CANDIDATES PRESENT W. K. JKahaffcy and Walter Merrlst ef Alfeaajr Spoke .Hint Before Mala Speaking for CamUdacj as District Attoracf. Special to Tlio Reporter: CISCO Juno 25. Gen It V. David- son candidate for Governor spoko "here this afternoon and at Eastland to- algbt Tbo Occasion was a two day tews lot sale and picnic a rollo and n tjaarter southeast of Cisco and fully three thousand pcoplo from ninny sec- nkms of Central West Texas were pre- sent. Three candidates Gen. Davidson W. Jp Mabaffey of Ablleno and Waltor Morris of Albany opponents for tbo oSce of District Attornoy in tbo 42nd jHdldal District delivered addresses sadern mammoth arbor capable of Bea tfeg fully u. thousand people. Tho ar. "bor was crowded throughout the speak lag while hundreds stood about its outskirts to hear the speaking. ailstrict Attorney Mahaffcy .spoke Irom one to half' past one o'clock. Ho told of...

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 — 28 June 1910

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