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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 July 1910

r.vK HKYItt SWr If. .Mt - U t "V r V SIN'S Kill MM SESSION 1CKUED '"WK lttmnM VMta f AttMtifal ImMt Xitt-tit1 KxrWtfil (0 Arrho (h iMjUfjt Mmh AnthihitHl AtMttii Vrkhijr XMit r (Ml lujHr) Not KrrkiHH hNk)- .WwhIhit Special io Tito Hoportcr: Hpoclul to Tho llenoricr UAlllD July la-acorgo Lohlnan AUSTIN July i2. Intorcnt Ib lit. y&rjjhnnBtor nt Uitlrtl accidentally ahot croattlng no thq tlnto drawn near for lilmaolf whllo cltmulnR 0 pistol yen- tho special session 6t tho loRlalntttro (onlay nliftllorliiB tho bones In his loft which was called by governor Camp- wrist to rttteli 1111 extent that It was bell to convono hero on July 10th nl nuccftsary to oniputoto hla hand Mr nlno o'clock. """ Lehman enmo horo BOVornl months nuo Snooker John Alnrshnll of tho IioUbo Troin Kansns City nntl litis boon yard- la expected to arrlvo horo Friday night nlnster during tho ontlro time. or Saturday morning. Representative Dra. Powell and Griggs Bold that tho cioronco K Qllitioro of Von Znndt pati...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 July 1910

fM J-- f vi itwrr 33 1 -3 Ov lw Oh Our1 Entire Stock of On Our Entire' Stock of L . KWWHIU. Ml MfMTflt HOMMif . Marl ;- !. - 'ta i h -i. -' j OFF ; -: 1 mwP ; - OFF II row 3 Jifaav . v mrki mr : m ! Spring and Summer Suits 33 1-3 OFF $10.00 Suits 33 Off W&KSuits 33 Off ' -a":k - ' $15..O0 Suits 33i' Off- $18.00 Suited iSlff 2.0'0 $20.00 Suits 33 1-3 off 3.66 4 ' See Them at HIGHEST GRADE CLOTHING led in this sale m wV H H5v -LAtt MS I- l' .3fc3 ' .'l Treffli SW ;-" T " - dS$rl W I- WiiJnlm - -c ;. Blue Serffesiricli -- Mfn Ti rf $6.66 MWlASLl $S $8.15. Mllli"-.- V wl Yftl VU m XI ill WW 111 II ULr l 'f'.- MiaHril WWII : wii.i . k im 'm mi ' i COPTRlOHT.i909.By jfPpBBTpggCU Yj S$CJ l See Then 1 ' ' OFF $25.00 Suits;-'- 66 1-3 Ott. - .$27.00 .Suits; 33 13 Off $3000 Suits 33 1-3 off: - $15.00 $16. 3 a SI 8 00 $20.00 : '" mi- ' . a & ai Sfee Them at 1 I 5 -: : . 1 . . . v I ' I ' ' II I McDAVID BROTHERS South Side FOUR ARRESTS RIOTING CHARGES .AND JIANY MOKE IIKEtY OX AC- IWXT O...

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 — 15 July 1910

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Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 15 July 1910

ipmnin utmwnfii Wt utmnc mmimu vur. TKN IKNIMI! nut; r WHO IS THE TRUE DEMOCRAT? A GREAT 116 SUCCESS . v dMBss. Ali!liMu Toxnn July'U 1M0 Mil EDITOR: Why hint prnhlbl tlon tifcunto nn Ikkuo Irt our trntnornttc pflmary? Thl tuioBtlon In view or ton dltlotiB should mum nil deinocrnts Ul put op nn olil styled doinocinMo "thinking cap." JiidgOH Polndoxlof and Johnson nro making prohibition "tho paramount " (bum In tlio democratic pntl ami they. al"lK with Jttdgu Da ........ ...... .1- i. i. ii.iM ..u.cb In othop HOtithorn Btntos. While a republican bccattsO Mr. Colquitt con- Rovornl articles havo boon published tends rrohlbltlou shautd not bo nn hn ln Mm at ToxIls branch or tho su lb the democratic party. These JWf"" "ono or lhem cnm hai. JJ10 . tii.iirnA" nm not ludeoa Of nro.lTox League Is no n branch of tho hlbltion much less of democracy. Poln- dexter believes In the throe mile brand Johnson In the statutory state- wide hobby-horse brand while David- son admits a willingness to nurs...

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 — 19 July 1910

i ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER A u r YtrLUM XX.V A LAND SLIDE 'TRAIN ON LOUlSVILLLt HENREH. SDK AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY SWEPT FROM TRACK. ONE KILLED; SEVERAL HURT Soft Earth Jarrca Loom by Yibra'IoR 1'lHHgCS Dowh Sldo of Dluff Taking Engine and Dag. gage Car With It By Associated Press: HAWE3VILLE KY. July 18. A Louisville Henderson and Saint Louis west bound passenger train was wreck d by a land slide near here early to- day Fireman Reynolds was killed and several passoiigors shaken up. Tho landslide came as tho train was pass- ing a high bluff. Tho locomotive and baggage car were swept from the track by the avalancho and carried two hun- 'dred'feet Two coaches and two Pull- man cars stayed on the track. The land slide was presumably caus- ed by trie soft condition of the earth as a result of the torrential rains which have been falling in this section of the country for a number of days. It la thought that the jar made by tho heavy and rapidly moving train Shook tho earth loose...

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 — 19 July 1910

JS9LXSL ww n ISwSSCTpSm3b5SBB5mBHBwp nnlM hy 8. L N. Shu tta wcMlmr wot or dry What' Iho mo 16 vrorrjrj .it rK( ault you by Ann hy . Why ho In a hurry? XJVh fo fond oRoviKh at beet The let troubli'Mmlywi! Hjr at homo ami take your rest Ketfi tho (Irak behind yoU JLet tho sunlight Hhliio In front Shadows nro not healthy HM. contentment bo your want Tkm you will bo wealthy; .tlille and let tho worries glldo. It to best I tell you 3Do not let tho troublo tldtf Soffet you or fell you. Star It Is a mist In part StHMhlno makes it scatter tAi with aunshlno In your heart Then what need It matter; w'Ue is what we make of It" Partly so I And It STfeea. we should not fret nblb Smile and do not mind It. -Troablcs are not half so bad It -wo do not net them Ioesea seem not half sd sad If Vto don't regret thorn; Cheerfulness Is over best Go ahead and try It Jdvteyour Tyorry mlll-a.rest Stop the' thing and tie. It Many a man enjoys a pIr)o becnuso Ibis wife hates It A man Is never so easily deceive...

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 — 19 July 1910

JKiwiiy wuninio . 'mummmitmm BotlKx ICt7V and Jpor1in4 Ei)ntf Report of thecondition of- MY U9YD BASIL THOMAS 'i:z:y"jzK v-'mtmm- mmmmmwmi mi . ' u. ui ? r"ni'i-j.L.'i. iiwmmSmj TBU SHOW I : I RAPID GROWTH VAl $ft V ' '-v.. f . ;.: . A .- tt. &.-.' iff ' A fe4! .jr. ra-5i'i ia r ' -.' 4 4s1 v VT. ''' fit.'- ii" t ( lP m .: Y. &. ft. ST ' .'. fe;:.- .-' .. -' ri.. - P.'.- w. L..V t!" raw..- liv . 1-. ' ." ' ' ? ' . ;.' r . rr ' . f T? Sf Li'. 5'" k S'' ' l' h IN L IV i' I' . ? ' ' ' ' . . . . . . . MAMKHAM CA1.KK1IAM. ' o (MfttfoW r W ClHbH. P W L 0 .667 .500 .500 S-' '"dii' (i VMI1mi'mHJiU 2 3 .3 Bafikci'H iMYMt i'titl 1W . U Q. T ... -! Vi' AtklctlcB A... ......iWh-G .333 .. S' : TVEBNESJUmQAME; Athletics;" vbj BABkers. 1'EXAS JiEAtiUE. ..' Yesterday's Resin?; -J iiouston 7; Waco 3. Saa Antojifo 4 Galveston 3. . eklahoma City 2 Port" Worth 1. ghreveport 2J Dallas l." C.-: Vi 8teiwlinr f the Teams. -. IPC .573 .570 .565 551 '- Hsuston .ii v. i. ....;' t'86; 49 37 &l - &a...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 19 July 1910

awartlh J ' rt UK A smeoiAR CASE t$Mtmmmmnuu so C.trtumtntM ttitom Hy Jmltai FAfci ttAIOED AN INNOCENT MAN. vscy 4neWflt -in tk rlsfliarkaM-s I Rvnl ftwmM ts Paint Osnaiwtlvsty to the Quilt of Warn sMH. Whe -Wat Aceuwd f Murdr. A tufts n In the lllua Homo tavern mi Mm takibway leading to Albany. Inward the close of an autumn day half elosan tnon Nit In tin; old bar. discussing dTtftita which then leading to the outbreak of -the AMertcfw Itcvolutlon. At sucbatlmo ' aMsjaiHiente wore'.vory likely to. be. rath- w mere vigorous than ordinarily would' e tfee caso. And this whs no'excep- ttsti: Fcarlhg thnt 'trouble might re- T rit. one or the men. exclaimed! "Come. X- "WJektlfre stop .this. -8ueh n (dispute i Is aeasense." . Wkklltr was an .ugly looking ifollow. afc&rt and fitout. with a dark sallow ' Jsce. hlack eyes. .low. .wrinkled forfr' IhmkI and II pa that bu rod hls teeth .on sccaslon Jlk u dog preparing 'toddle i Hy nuarrel is with JJnrry Blrikc;" In swarled. A'lt In none 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 — 19 July 1910

flt-S dM4MI WIftfl?illtfcA VM t i hllb mi BE EXONERATED lUffMTTKK HT.VNHH NKfKN TO WK KOK K1MKIRH4NW ALL AM.KUATItMH. P1ICH0T TO- BE CONDEMNED FHh mined Fet-cater Texfthcr With (torfteld amTOtaVls WIm Sfoe hj Htm Ddrlng iHYCHtlga. tfen ct Ht KHir . ' By Associated PrdsB. CHICAGO July lS.Accordiug to n Special slory received by the Chicago Tribune today under a Washington dato Unci Secretary of Interior Bal- llnger will boexonoratod by a major- ity Report by tho Joint congiosslonal committee which during 'flvo months made an Investigation of the conduct! ot the arfalrs department of Interior and the Bureau of Forestry of the Do. partment of Agricutlure. According to the information receiv- ed here tho committee stands Seven to live for tho roport condemning Pfuchot Garfield and Glavls and also for the acquittal of Secretary Balllngcr. It Is said that Senators FJlnt Nelson South erland and Root and -Representatives McCall Denby and Ohmstead will vote Yrtth the majority In the report w...

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 — 19 July 1910

i ?? mm PMAMIQifi MlttCT IV JUT AT MCMTA FAILS HalMHTrf h La! HH Art Mutt JHWHtTHl fW WRIWfl Pram I Iuki. Wichita KhIIb now honnta it million dollar law mvjII with n vnrttlct of tho Jurr for fdOO.ttoO. Tim milt grow out t tho jiurchiiMo of thn fainoua Spur aitch by K. I'; BweliRon who 1b h Now York bnnlfii who wtvn assisted In nynillcntlnif tKe $11500000 paid Tor tho projiorty Iry .Inntcs Stllliuuti president of the National City bank or Now York which Ih a Standard Oil con- cern t Judge S.nm Cownn of Fort Worth leading counsel for the plaintiffs lit tho case returned to Port Worth Thursday night after threo wcekB spent In the trlnl mid hcroro ho reach' erf Fort Worth he Wna Informed by a telegram dollVored on tho train that the jury had awarded him tho largest verdict over rondored In Texas In a strictly civil suit Ther.e wprc more attorneys than witnesses in the case and every point was hard fought by both sides; the argument In tho case nloho consumed three days. Alexander Mackay...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 19 July 1910

tXU !? HI m i ( i . - . i tv - '.' 'A 1 " . I .-f c ' ; &'"' ' v"" it..y . If" . i i " . . i- i'.-.t' I A. ' . : -$. K ' "'-r.- I A; J 3Kv. 5P - .y.'"1 :s I' f " KT. 11' IB. COUP TALKS AT PAFHS tMUfti TMUHXAMt YATKNS OUT Tt MIA OANlllWAT IN (THAT? flit Ar.9KK ME FOUR SIWLAfl TALKS Srkg fluke at IHwhwih Onee At Heaa an Ok Ht Pari Baring Hie 1)8). TUwi rH- ileal Kceaemy at Parln. Huceial to The Reporter.. x PARIS July l-0 B. Colquitt can- didate for Democratic nomlnoo for governor of Tbxas ttvade four speech- es is tills suction today Ha Bpoko at Blossom at ton o'clock tills morning at Paris; and Reno this afternoon and kgln atB(ofls6m tottlglittlargo crowds . greeting' the speaker at' till places and liq was given Jiberal applause. About! three thousand- were out this afternoon mVtlits city to'hcar the can- didate Colquitt hssorled the belief Jbat.be had not the least doubt of Ibeijag nominated by an overwhelming majority over aU opponents. Ho said hat ha hadjsboen" advised by fr...

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 — 19 July 1910

7 fi(W Met fc --rrtrfr-.j m. - M" " -flw- - w ..Sift - ?- i - ( vffnww w.i. r w- . J M4MR MMV wms pins nelves entitled to full time nn n ueit- for backache. rheumatUm. kldnav op bladder trauhl. nrl urlnarv irriiUrlriaa. pu rul . . .. ......... ... bu. .... . Foley's Kidney Fills purify the blood restore lost vitality Snd vigor. Refuse substitute !tfrtMtKK.BAHS DMlTfl CO. iiirtimnum'HitiWMiyUiMiiiii I'm I iinmiii " imjgmmmammmmmmnmmwmwmiim'mn uniinmm ' n fm t&H i --k mT - ttU . -. LJM.Mt MJMMM j i "- - -M " - " - ' -t i-f- m ' m ijmi i ir .i .i i.ii nluui iji ii ..m. i i in i m -i - . . . . BBhbhbIC!Ix1l. .- mMmatmtmmmmmmmmattm in. i i r LEGISLATURE WILL SS5S CRISIS PENDING I imlTS i.i.iwmiiwiii. uihh tht ton. ih iurmbcr brtlw Ibwn- r JJLfJLfJLJ GQNVENE TUESOAY " IN NIUAKAUUA 1 Sl'fif 1 li SlISSlOJ CALLlJO H GOV. KliXOIt IS ATTRACTING LIT TLB ATTENTION AS YET. MUCH tEGtSLATtON EXPECTED Man) Questions of Intercut likely lo ric Tiil.cn wp lint Approaching Primary Ororskadons It In ...

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 — 22 July 1910

SEMI-WEEKLY fRM REPORTER ABKENE YHI.UMN XXV i HII.KNK TX.S FKlD.VY Jl'IA' itt MO M'MMKR. tfr - ! ' -I GMMDi NUN STRIKE STILL ON ITM' FHTT KKW DEVELOPMENTS 1IAVK come to light ix grand THt'NK SITUATION. . V VERY LITTLE FREIGHT MOVING Passenger nnd 3fnll Schedules Fairly Well Maintained and One Freight Is Enroutc 'o Portland to ItolIcTc Meat Famine. a By Associated Press. m BOSON July 21. With passenger sery'jeo restored on practically every m Jloo-in Now England officials o tifo F Grand Trunk system and of the Cen tral Vermont railways today turhod their attention to moving freight trains and relieving congestion which the tie-up has caused One freight train of twenty cars loaded with meat is today on Its way to Portland where a tnfeat famine is threatened. No Canadian Freight Moving MONTREAL Can. July 21. Freight continues to be the problem of the of- ficials of the Grand Trunk The strik- ers' are" awaiting tho expected time when tho railroads will find a resump- tion of freight tra...

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 — 22 July 1910

f I mm " I' r- I fc l h 1 BY COUNTERFEITER JWKMKU AMI WlFr! POUND NKIUIIHOItH WIIKN WKKK A Mi lU'T DKAlt. MY MIF BROTHER OF WOMAN Mmh Who Committed AshhuU Was He- latUo of Woman Assaulted Act Viik ltcsult of Dlscorcry of l'tntcVnnd Tools. Special to The Reporter. WAXAHACH1E July 20 Because the farmer with whom ho was living discovered a hit of counterfeiting tools and plates Mike Rochester last night 'murderously assaulted Joseph 13. Logs don and Mrs. Ixjgsdon cutting their throats with a razor. Ho then es- caped fleeing froni the liougo In his bare feet. A posso whb organized hero early this morning and took up tho chase following Itochester to tho country be- tween Mansfield and Kentiendale in Tarrant county hut at a late Hour thla afternoon he had not been captured. 'Tho wounded people wore fouhd by a neighbor who came to the Logsdon homo early this morning ho having . arranged yostorday to tnko Mr. Logs- don to tho city with film this morning As soon as ho discovered tho cpupje ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 July 1910

PMIV. THMKN CZS. 3tJ?'""iSSS kkwMt imt MmSammM. liJaT-tii r i MS NO MEETING OF SENATE TODAY l.ttvvi'R iioiini: iu;u WHICH I1A8TKD MTTLK OVKK AN I10U.K iinv unnpiinem or Uw law that tho ls- isltvlUf intention m In' Mt wiunM mv lorrured nml tdotintPrtl ctmMruo-tlnii ih to fumUli th liuoiiniiw eoiupnnies tut opportunity to lovy ruliUUniinl trlb- tile inl oiiprcKH ihi imnlc Tho fnct renmlmi. 1itivvtiti Unit tho litHiirnttco innipiiuloA nro ntttMuntlUR to nvnil IbrmmelvpN (if iftKli' nlirlilUlliii miniil'. MMMMiON I ttiiHy nml nn iirofpt'dlliK uIohr linen wnicii win noci'Mmu'iiy result in it iohh o tbr imttirliiK nubile r hundreds of thousand dollars pur annum "The law which was Intended to so- irnro ri'iiBDiiiiDio nun unr nrcniitiiii SnMF ARTIIMI WAR JIKFIII ."' rMo wr un j..t vwtnu iir '" Ion JfciujurOH Looking to rroliililUon o Fight TictaroH Wcro Passed und Asylum Committee- Assigned Somo Work. iSj'tcml to Tho Itoportor. Al'STlN July 20. After a session lasting a little over an hour ...

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 — 22 July 1910

Mti.mu rAw wtrtwwNm. hiuhiv w vtK iijumi ' m n Mm mi . - 91 - kichfb Sale Grand 10 Sale Means an In imsj&re Half Price Less lhan Cost letKSa if ice ofySummer Goods m i 200 Pairs AM and Childreis fords pumps Sandals. All choice f ootwe w mv r" Less man Sexas bwsvtrawce a3o AUSTIN -TEXAS .July 19 With the brilliancy of the Halley's comet the special session of the Legislature occupies the political horizon and the wanderer Is watched "with. Intense In- terest. Its official orbit Is within the lire uRthtg Insuranqo firmament but -an examination of the statute hook indicates thatIt lsra great traveler and Its route Ik ns uncertain as that of an amateur tourist. Tho Governor has shown a commendable spirit through out the Fire Rating Insurance contro- Tmuy and it is fair to assumo that he rtU not permit the state to become 'sbro In a new place by untried schem ct bf legislation but so long as thoro 3s a stranger in the heavens prophets jwIU prophesy andmon will stand in lear and tremb...

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 — 22 July 1910

MtMUWKBtti.T rm wwrwnm. rHimv.jm.Y mm; 1 1 r iMbiMHMMI MtilANCP'M' - Wr r - S ntHttWS GIVE HEALTH ADVICE FDR HOI WEATHER I'lrnUtmt of Mour of Health ilntlth tftrrHt rh)iMiiMci:tlHor nml Mend Meu .Wh. Wto View. tl nifty not bo lutaslhto lo keep en- tirely cool with tho thermometer near J 00 oven In n ollmnUi tjf low humidity Mui this. i'hyat6lntiR ndvlrto however Ihnt innny Htlo Ihlnga inny ho dona to help keep coot ns welt (ib guard Iicnttl during tho minima" mouths A simple "keep cool" proscription glvtln by Dr M. M. Smith oilltor of tho Texas Medical News Ib to cat plenty of fruit If lb In In good condition drink butcrmtlk und plenty of water to In ducu iiersiilrntlou take n car rldo In the evening and nvold places poorly ventilated. "My first iidvloo on utroiug for the health In hot weather would ho to avoid picture shows that nro poorly ventilated. Unless gOod ventilation iu provided patronize Bomo other place" Dr. Smith Bald. "Prof. MctchnlkofC claims that buttermilk Is the dri...

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 — 22 July 1910

MMMpaWMMM wii i iii i mm iii una man. i hi M Mtwyitti aniwwi m n wMw insn gtJnJuwM 9 I &bi I Whit They're grig Country- Farmer Dalrtg Hove tane ami Cih t ; By S L N M(lhHIHIl1'MllllUiHHOHtuIIHlUr Jiftrlw WV'II tlio jmlntoiH mil on Colom Kill Instill III tin ill')' licit Ito u. lllilililliR loHClu'i It will nliow llf i nii tin itfKt In Hint iwetloii. Johnsim and wife nt on route 1 O II. cooper mlu of .Mm. J. It. NctiiM have itouv on 11 visit lo a (tiuiKhtpf In of Mot'uiiinut unit olu or onr Bepor Mario It ti'V truilem nt AIinoii wim among tlu t i KciulillMirthitViiiilHtrlclWM '"n vvlm "ul 1"'' '" vttl 1t Hu tu cm blishicHH .Monday uiul while l "'" panic times ur u tittle- nnuD he hiiIiI. Be A lf cout'illne picnic some follow dug u 11 dollitr to Itnvti IiIh Dally He Wl "' bimliwIinckliiR Wtlb several Dorter continued ' gallons or filler hut wlion tlio ncivB Duck mill Airs'. .Swindle ot Tuscola 4rneh'il the grounds lie was watted on valley wc In Alillt.lo Miinilar on bus- b newrnl ...

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 — 22 July 1910

feMWRKKI.V H HUWHtTIIH. VHMIW.JI'I.VM IIIK 'as&JUaJP tf"111 mm-1 j i jj. Tfcvt-Wwp ne .mfc" .J JS . CONVENTION OF THE SPECIAL SESSION WAS DEL A V ED DY FAILURE OF MEMBERS TO REACH AUSTIN ON TIME ijHornw I'rtwHt 9pielUk . Tiio Reporter. AUSTIN July. Hi Noon trains brought lit many Hoimtoi'H so both Iioub ob worn otmuleil to moot wllli tiuorumn present. 08 representatives nnd 22 notintora nnawcreri roll cnll Tho gov- ernor was notified and his incBBago fnn delivered AUSTIN July i 9 With nlnoty-flve memhora of thb houso of Itcprosonta- Uvcb on tlio grounds tills morning nt nine o'clock and only eight stnto Sena- tors present tlio special session of Texas legislature was not called to order as had boon arranged. It Is ex- pected that the first meeting of the house with a quorum will tnko placo after two o'clock this afternoon but. the first session of tho Sonato will bo do- laycd. probably until tomorrow aftor- 110011. Tho general opinion hero U Unit Gov ornor Campbell will not subm...

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 — 22 July 1910

i niHMlMlfl""" rt i III. Ml ilium iiiiii MtiMUM!Kl.V i iinMHinmnwima mn vnn mmmvh nmni4iniMim 4 qtMiMaitM l( 'I 1 ;s M II i' WAS THE WOMAN !A LE NEVE iiKi.iivi:n mis who commit. TKH Ml'iriWI! WAS t'OMP.W ion of mi nui'rii.v. BELIEVED MAN IS LOCATED Crorurrnr nl Vcrucl Leu Bain He clarv .Him AiiHHerlng Description lln I'nxMcd From French Fron tier Into Spiinl.sli Countr). By Associated Press BOURGEOS France July 21. A young woman who conitlilttcd BUlelde nt u hotel here on the UilrtoeiUli of July is bellovojl to have been Clara Le Neve the companion of Dr. CrlppcD there being ninny points of sulking rescmblahco. The woman wns a for- elgncr and gave the nanio of Jenhui Jlaie. The police at Paris and' also at London have been notified of- the discovery and an investigation will likely follow. The body wll be held here until au- thorities can decide on what course will bo put sued with lorereneo to Iden- tifying the body. So far no relatives or thv woman have been discovered af- though ...

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