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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 26 July 1910

f ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER VWiUMX XXX. AKII.KKR TKXAS TDKttHAY JULY fA M'MHKK m. ?ar.-.a;.rr -..v a'MuafsrvjssaaMn. ? - u" Tatay-ar ast v ' flfr..u.' - IMPORTANT BILLS VI ' '"If Taylor County Election Returns ' i u !- r-. - r - - -'- - -"l"""""""v""ivr nm miiTT i HiiQ with I SGHEDULEQ NOW 44m ! 1 1 -fll TP fl. fi I IT .Hiss' hi I i ii ii I hi i 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 i iii if ' V i if 1 L- L 5S h iim vuitD uui ur 342.496 VOTES POLLED t - Lacked Only 13123 Votes of Getting as Many as Johnson . and Poindexter Conibined- Davidspn Last. FORT WORTH July 26 That Os- car B. Colqultt'B lead for the guber- natorial nomination In Saturday's pri- maries will probably reach at least aixty-flvo thousand is indicated in the additional dispatches and mailed elec- tion returns received today by- the Texas News Service with headquarters nt this place. Added totals' to the re- ports received Sunday morning the ' votes shown today at noon were aB follows- '"Colquitt. 1 87. NO Poindexter ' - 84b Johnso...

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 — 26 July 1910

nm pppwpww--- V'.l -. Election Returns as We Received i; ' r Mcorctluft (o tlio tnlpgraphle reporla wHrd up to four n. nt. today It in apparent that 0. n. Colquitt will bo tkr wxt governor or Texas Bovoh fdck Saturday marked tho close of mm ot tho moat htronuoua campaigns tor tho Dcmocrntlo nomination Mr ownoi; that tho jtftrty of thin atate Im ever participated 1 Whllo tho immea o( flvo mo nappcarod upoa the ticket thcro wero only four ot them who figured prominently In the re- tarss. Those four wero 0. D. Colquitt .present railroad commissioner Robert "Vance Davidson former attornoy gen- eral. Conn Johnson and William Poln--dexier. Tho latter two mado their race as prohibition candidates while their two oppononts can bo classed as antl-prohlbltlonists. For Lloutcnant Governor It looks Tery much llko Bascom Thomas wllL walk oft with ho plum. Novcr before in a' stato election havo tho returns been so scattering and Blbw. Tho Rc- irorter prints tho returns this morning just as they w...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 26 July 1910

t.wmi.v rAM Tt'Jr.HMv m K WW. nm - : . K I lu .': H'V r ;' MULE HI VERY SLOW was Xt MNtiUUtt AtTIVltV TO VAU8X QUOTATIONS ON I'OKT WOKTH HOARD. FIHR LOADS SHIPPED IN Tetal Hog Km-lptH For 'Ike Da)' ftM lYnllo Steer Cows and ChItcS Wto Light MHH S Bliwii Went Begging. FORT WOBTH July 23.--There was practically nothing doing In MiQ cattle market horo today. Four londS of steers cows and calves yro shipped Iri but thoro was not enough activity on tho stock exchange to causo quota- tio.na oh those HnpB. Total hog rcclopts or the day wdro G26 and. theso were rated active to strong choice and: i higher tops $.8.90. This Is not taken an an' Indication tht hogs ft re again on a' steady increase although the local market had advanced steadily during thipkst four days. the hulk of tho stuff received hero "today was quoted at from $4.80 to 34.85 which appears Very weak con- sidering the prices which have prevail. ed during tho riast week. ' Higher quo- tations In all lines including hogs are o...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 26 July 1910

4fmtfaiBiMiima i B SSST - M '..mip.mftiHkmii !'.. . ..rn'inmiM. ' i itHti ! . HNi ylNHy HV Ot VH . lttlNNM4wMN I YMH MKftfrt inlftu IMlllAl (MM Ml VMII)rt ST Andrea IS lltwVr W Tylpr - (NuupMk ruturna w ni At M imMti in tiUh tutiMy. M Ml Vomm Mil. AttiUowi 3M tlenv r 493 llullnnl. HmtTTi wiUhly-Otnldlo 40. Vmm 314. Amlrowml. Hr-kvpin fl RnUtfninnJlimiiii iiuurmi 18 onl f fl! iridnctn In Knurfmnu county Oddlo ta Vninm 1082 Anilrnwa 3T7 HfiiVerii 72. Young elected. Ollmur coiit'iliitv (Icililln IfiU Young G"B AitilroWH 147 llcavora 11118 Kempt complotcaotldle 80. Yourtg 18fl An drown 27 Ucavofs f. IloHHor Kuurfinnii roriuty Ynnntr. I" Andrews n Beavers I. Qultnmn Doavora 203 Qnddle 80. Andrews 104 Yotmg 31. ' j Alba Partial Coddle 26 Yortng tl. Andrews 1G Reavers 62 Tyler Returns from 10 out of 26 jjrcclnctn In Smith count)-; Gcddlo -456 Young 4C0 Andrews-131 Reavers 544. Tyler Coddle 231 Young 284 And- rewB 70 Beavers 114. Henderson Partial returns In ItUBk county; Young 1421 Andrews...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 26 July 1910

J Y "y r1 Knta mfH tftlw I.MtaHN VHtl i M) TrM I'HmtmHltwitilf hj t)UuiVHiiu July a3-Aimunt ftopkr (tUBjHtnm necretnry ntul liook hooper of tho Fidelity Tnmt company one of tho nuiimlpnt fltmnclul InRtltu iIorh li kiulavltle la belloved to hnvo made away with $1140000 Uio pMre surplus ot tho concern nccordli'- o n statement mnd'o Iftto tlifs oVenlUfc oy John W. Bnrr prrsltluiit of thu trust conumny at hla office throo uldcka away from tho county .Jnll whdro tht defaulting dfflclnl has bciti locked up for tun days uunblo to furnish ball In tho sum of $25000. ltopko wna n heavy speculator and lost large BiiniB It Is said hi Wall Btrcot. Tho question was liut to Mr. t larr: "Does this ainouiit represent Ropae's net defalcation?" "1 can only" say. to you" replied Mr Barr "that tho entire surplus of tti Company has been wiped out" t Mr. Darr's announcement was madw nftor a special meeting of the stock- i holders hero late tilts afternoon. Mr. ' Barr jsald that the- stockholders had been ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 26 July 1910

a.pa w Mi?ilWJI.lllli MnMtHiwWHV HlMIMitMIHII iiiiiiiiiiiimlni t K ER THEORY I'HKMiNTtf HKMiAMK. HTJAIN8 ttit MHKW.M.K HHKNOT (H)MK t'KDM MI.IHMl r $5000 REWARO OFFERED .ScHww of Hcccaifea Kttvnt Makes flifc Offer for Ortntwre1 ana CeHvIclien of UnrtlcH Rrltcfrw (Miry y t-'HMlljr. By Associated Press. CHICAGO July 237-Thc theory of murder which was Advanced by rola- tlven of Ira G. Rawn former president t the Motion railway company who was found shot to death In his VcBl- aence was weakened by choralsta horo early this morning who declared that the stains found on the sidewalk wore . not caused by blood but by some color- ing Shatter which had evidently been spilled there. Ira Rnwn nephew of thfr deceased this morning offered a reward of five thousand dollars for that arrest an conviction of the parties whom the relatives of the thjtfd man believe aro "guilty of the murder. .The police hero are still working a the murder theory as are tho pri vate detectives who woro employed Vj mem...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 26 July 1910

ifiy f yn tr-tam P- I Y ' V r". II 4 'mmmmmmnm L I'll .III Jg "; an vm am C0MIN6 SLOWLY ! K1V WrVIOKH (SAN MK tKK. mm VMttX VKKHNMT KKPOTijIK T. C. WEIR CEflTAJN OF PLACE Itujler (JrawforH (J. If. Manly Alae Ho Ih anr W. J. Tessa; Ltaly w uet iimcc. lifts YetcH Cunt Mt Two CHj'lJoxcs. Taylor County 'Itetsras. Cotnploto returns' from 15 boxes in Taylor cqiintydncludlng both boxca iri AblIono.Jlhd'aft.lnl ritnvnn frntn lnr. . kel nnd Gttloii glvo thb following to-1 taisr For Sheriff t J V. Cunnlrfghura 958 T. C.' -Weir 1603. i Par tax collector: T W CUirk 089 ? S.S. Harrlsv429 Baylor Crawford 105G. ; Treasurer: J. W. Christopher 133. IV. T nferry1049. Assessor: John Kcgans Jr.: 123 uonn AuuiKon 07 Dink Hart 498 a U. Mnnly 1139. For County Clerft: W. J. Yoiug 1355 J L. McDaVld 999. For -District dork; J J Fullor'755 Bi G. Hllh Jr7313 J. C. Long 152 'C. W. Lcako 580 Fqr ommlBslonor Precinct 1: J. J Etibauka 711 M. C. Lambeth 482. For constable- M St Newton 514 W. B. Hall 147 John Gardne...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 26 July 1910

ru in hi t fil .imiMY w m mt i) t ftiwiin . xmwuiii miw a im inmitiiii imin mt)j wnij m (turn iii n? fn if Gxve Tftove "VDfctV. (Awrvoatadi &W-&.Aui v. M Just one. more weelcdf this money mvirig evenfrr The past wek great in value-giving will be eelipsedby. the bargains offered thteVeek in greater reductms to force out summer goods. The wopderful success of this sale judged bythebrifek buying drone by Je people of Abilene and vicinity and thistoo in the face of -unfa-vorable conditions and many "ses?" isvidence of our superior values and again proves the popularity of this great annual Julyyevent.Thousaffids of dollars worth of new seasonable goods with prices to move them. We emphasize especially Men'summarSuitsAt 33 jr cent off; Ladies' lp and Linen Cokr Suits and Wt 1 f i a TT 1 r " T " . wasn suits ac nan rrice; un Skirts of superior make at f value. ' Muslin1 wear and kj Hove Lite anoSilk Dresses at 33f per tcent off: Ladies separate jductions; Missejfand Children's Dre...

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

xtt Mb MM -Mr K -7 2LY f AWVI iWWTER m.L fWfe mnnr 4 - tfWMH XXX 399 hemes IN HUES IDE BIGGEST AMOUNT GAINED WAS IN MONEY AND NOTES FOR $50000. OTHEfl INCREASES HEAVY bcvcral Awouutcd to As'Mhcu As Ten TheasaBd Dollars Whilo Oho TVasf Ar Forty Thousand Oho for e5HM) and Another for $23000. Exactly tlirco hundred and eighty- nine firsts and indlvlduaia wero sont notices by the cPy secretary 'request- ing thcra.to appear before hc board and ghe reasons If there arc any why thoir property Bhould not ho assessed at the increased valuation as placed oa it 'by the board of equalization which haB just completed work. The date set for appearanco before the city was' the 25th nnd2Gth of thla month. Among the most important increases made- were the Continental Oil & Cotton Company $40000 nnd the two telephone systems $23600. The Bewer- nniom l.ori io vnnrilttnn increased tnv bnnaand dollars while tho banks 1 of the city 'were Increased twenty-five I thousand dollars in an. xne ibmb Pacifi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 July 1910

H MiftMttti(i rift SW! LIVELY THE MS T1WATI0N or QNAMtiKft 8TAHT8 TMK KM. S.-WME SENT UP ftarnr eHdn Name of Iwmraacc OwmUsrieiter te ffimttc -Adams Waxes Warm In DMieHHclBtr Kcpertft CoBctrmlHi? Htm r Special to Tho Itoportor. AUSTIN July 20. Tho third cnllod wwlon of tho Texas legislature In Its meeting toda showed consldorablo A lively discussion occurred follow ing the Introduction of resolutions call- ins for a blanket Investigation of tho charges ngnlnst legislators Implicated fa alleged corrupt dealings In tho dem- ocratic campaign just closing. ; Caves and Cnnnlcs Introduced the resolution which provides for a com--JnUtce of throe senators" and fourVop- icsentatlvcB. Crawford of Dallas pro IHwcd an amendment widening tno scone of tho Investigation 6 make it . on- nil Khnririm mrulo ncilnsk mniri- cover all charges made against mom- !.. k'-AnUntr. fr.ilowo.1 nn.i h rofen. 1li.r..nUv..imllllnmnrmlr Ail- IHUUUO nUUb'Ultl M..M. vui.ttr. . .. u er In a. hotel hero last yoaV. Gove...

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

KMt.WKKlY MM jt'MWWt M to tMO VWK TMrt Lv BKBBBBHBBBWBBHBBWBWBBBBBBBHBBBBWBB w $25000 WORTH OF SUMMER GOODS ' ' ' ' i ... ......... . . . MARKED FOR SLAUGHTER Beginning Tuesday Aug. 2nd Closing Saturday Aug. 20th We have come to the parting of the way -summer goods must be sold and our coun- ters and shelves cleared to make room for new Fall goods advance shipments of which are already beginning to arrive. We have rumaged every nook arid corner of our three big sales rooms ank brought forward all seasonable goods of every description. Every item has been marked at price that will insure quick and thorough clearance. There is no half hearted measure at this store. The time is at hand when all summer goods must go and we have reduced .hundreds of items throughout this store below actual cost of manufacture. We prefer to take our loss now and effect a quick clearance. . Our Loss is Your Gain the Merchandise Reduced is the Kind you Need If vour suddIv of cash is limited this stor and if...

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

Hl.r.KU HM rtH HHlUtt jNI.T r k u 9nlv i iWn.rR.mil Wwh) KwiwrM N Tf Ms hH4 MHMHtlwti Kffoffe H rrffrnt fffTHll Mpj IWfcHffl KORT WORTH July 20. With nn fthmito of BOO toporn In Toxnn scat 1re4 all over tho ntpte nnil the nltun. ttott KrowInK nioro nlnrnilng nil tho Uato. tho (IMVoRion city commission ia a communication rend to tho Fort WtHta commission Tuesday morning tor Mayor Davis anneals for co-oponv tkm In urging Govornor Campbell to expedlto tho establishment of nn nay lam for lopors Tho matter wbb referred to City ITiyslcian Trlmblo who said Tuesday jtt soon that lib know of no cases of leprosy In or around Fort Worth. It $b probable however that ho will rscommend co-ftftratlon Tho 'otti. mnnlentinn Is eit?ti." by John i l'l lev. secrvtnrv of mo Onlvcstoa i d t nf roniir.lsslonciv nd asks t'ia. iho llort W'oith I'oiiii Ifolon ps " . tv governor to put tho law passed by tho 3rb. legislature Into oilerntlon. appro tpriating $40000 for tho establishment or a homo for lepers. Wi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 July 1910

im mi m inwjiiiirtini nn -s mhhwmv niw iifiNtf rv ji iy hh MM! nvr or .-' J $ V Mil MIS 6H ROUS raimwd phkhiwjnt ahhkknhkh N.tlNAl AHHOI!lVU()N AT MAUAKA r'AU.8 ME EQUAL TO RAILROADS . v In BeteloplHR The ('ountrj's ItosouixOs iKiUlmty HKHHto no (JlmrHclcrlxPs ; Good itoHtfs Surest aid of The Government &... YJuf organization hUuiiIb for a duty sadly neglected by the Government tiu- uaas mum inoio for the poople ni'1:jjU t:ian 1111$ other Habile work nnd. nJd moie to the comfort iinil up bulking or the County.' They tiro ot .&u.ul inipoitnnce. iifj.t . jiu-nt :t.ai8t(R tell us thnt It toot our iHi'inera 15 cents jnoro to lmuV one ton olio mile In this country tlum "It costs in European' countries. The'' products Of the limns of the 1'nltuJ States last year amounted to npproMwatoly 250 nillllon tons. The Government shows the average haul of a on-was miles. This-difference ' of 15 -cents aUon per mllo represents an additional cost of ?135 a ton (for an average- haul of a miles...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 July 1910

nm mx Oil B PROPOSITION 10 LEASE THE LAKE CITY MAY T.VKIJ OVKK iH0t'l!KI'Y run it:Hioti of hv mm. vuit.s GUN WW AT ANY TIME KuiniiriiiKi rilllfiMi I'lt'ornifd to Colin. cl Yfstenliiy ACrrHiiou Homo llcliiK It ('fused Htl OLh. tm WVru (Ininli'tt Tin- elty Council met Iti regular ses- sion flt tWte-thlrty o'clock Tuomluy rtt- ter'noon with Aldormeii Cliniiillcr Mln. tcr. Kills MlnguH Shackelford tuitl An. dcrson rtrOBeiit A iiroiostil to Boll the elty of Abi- lene all nioiierty owned by the Abilene Light nnd Vhtcr Company In tho city limits of Abilene . including pumps mains motor's Btnndplpcs meters nvalno to Simmons College nnd other additions to the city at forty-five thous and dollurs wan submitted to the coun- cil. Irho proposal carried with It a Auaa' of Lytle lMc for a tqrm of. five roflA-a with an additional option of two jcats. the price to bo paid for the Use of the Jake is $9000 per year for tho first three .years' and 50000 per year for tlio nejtt two years and ?uO0O per y...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 July 1910

"W HWMAIMKI.V WIUI'IMtNHItKH NUIW. -It l-Y W tftlft run.' hy.us ?wmymm JUUs. ft. 1 1WC1"".'IH I WW i Mi ' WPIH . - . A4 ' BUFFALO GAP IS HE HD US FIR Complete Returns Of Taylor County ' 1 US -i -atufn !.l i "8Alt TH.W HtKKIi OF 8ASTA FN SANTA W4 TRAINS HKHX TltKMK KOK KIR8T TIMK TUKgllAY AFTERNOON. :3La3ia mm HMD TUSCOLA ow ' ' IIWI'IM . U ' ... "jt" 2 ' ';.' C'v' ol a a a 41 SATURDAY H c I i 1 k C3 6 5 s i v. U NEW. INDUSTRIES OF CITY JUr h iMproTcmotii doing Oh Itnd JCoro 1h Vfon- for the (fan hh4 -Ktery. thlMKo tiegln Takta oa. A. pccis of city. i By Staff Special. BUFFALO GAP July 27 Announco- niont Is made that steel oh tho lino of tho Santa Fo will roach hero by Thura day afternoon and riot later: than Sat- urday noon which announcement Booms tq bo confirmed by tho violent manrior in which tho Blroon of tho construction locomotive may bo heard hero this afternoon Report has It tha't'stcbl Is within four nillcs or tho city and tho ganp coming at a great rnto of speed Ucblroy Gr...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 July 1910

i mum MUSES FIUCQIJS (I.WKH MI CANAIiKS MtiWfKti WVKN (MK.VTKK NCOI'IJ TODAY. RVESTIGUTE DLL CHARGES S(nimctit' Tliift Mohpj Whs tcd' In Brct-at Prliniir) Will He AlldStftt a Hcnrlmr nnd Disposed of Thnt Way. Spe lal to The Reporter. AUSTIN July 27 On n rcsolutloni to prolan the graft clinrgoa offered In the house yesterday hy Caves nml Can. airs the authors created a sensation this morning by offering to substitute another resolution proposing thnt the investigation extend to cover the char- ges thatCrnoney wns used In tho prim aries ifho of tho .objects of the propos- ed substitution appaiotitly being to in- stfgate the charges which have been made that some corporations contri- buted "money to aid Colquitt in rccclv- iftfj tlie nomination The substitution was adopted by n rj&ic of olghty-threo to twenty-three after very little discussion. Some lively times followed thq adop- tion of the substituted resolution. Crawford of Dallas asked that the sub- stitution be made to Includ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 2 August 1910

M rr ABILENE SEW WEEKLY FARM REPORTED . -t-f sii ' hH f u ft kv i.imi: xvx aesESif '9 KILLED HIS WIFE CHILD M SELF Al'TltH Tl'HNlNG IN PAI.81! ALAltM AND SHOOTING TURKU 1'IUKMKN. HUNTED DOWN BY OFFICERS "When Hurt Durham a Haling Maniac Saw Ho Wa Overtaken Turned Ann on Himself Plowing Out Brains. By Associated PresBi SAN DIEGd OAL. August l.-Bort -n.... fm-mnrlv a city fireman hore : ..V Li cnt in afnlflo alarmJ from ontwt tho city boxes and when the men arrived opened flro on thorn killing one fatally wounding another .. . i.i u.-nriniltnir a third. Following this the man- went to it s home and with a muugcon "v -Site and little child to death. Ho then LSped and a posBe of officers is J mot pursuit. Durham Is in a Hd fury and authorities believe that he will bo captured with difficulty abide Wild Hun. By Associated Press. SAN DIEGO. Later-After killing his wife and child Durham lett hhrhpmo going out of town in a northly dlroc- .32. -where he was flowed by the party of officers. W...

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

fc.rt 1 .i ' i t "oat moMk aVao&VkS Wfts jAlM ax& b va sotb so Wx&Y $W( ou Vny& tA xtwt a.W oax cau nV "more Wvawowr mmc'& vdotv.m "VDb mc m&Veii Aoxnw xov& Vs i t out sumta&T iVocV VvaV vdb wwj oxcV dowr . out o Vc store vVe tjou a& Vvaoe a Voxvq Wma o a& mA. not aavaV too oot. 2v6 s&xmvs arc ccrYaVrxVa xdotWv out xVb. 3vcm axwrfl at- Men's Suit clonrnnco thlft woolc. ("hopsc your slzcj In tio stylo nmF fabric you like nntl Its yours flt one thlril off thd roRUlnr prce. Note lioW much you can save. 730.no sultV Grin tn now .;.. 17.50 'Suits nan .. .-.. 25.00 Suits DOW .;'... . 522.G0 Suts now . . . . . . $20.00 Suits now ..'.... . .PU V'i xv t 7"n b'U 418 35 ..$1685 ..$1588 019 OP U I JvJJ $15.00 Suits ;.oo suits $in nn .r piu uu pow 51250 Suits now . . 00 9R PU 0x3 AIEiVS U.NDERWBAK In honey canil) portis hint and Imlbrli;- pan 35c gnule clearance Cn . lirlcb .... .v.. . 4Uu MEN'S tfNDERWElAR fine qunl Ity white Lisle super Egyptian and ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 5 August 1910

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY FARM REPORTER W W - " ! ' ivj N'- R? ft 1 r & -?!; . SMTA FE WRE6K IT BUFFALO MP mm um 0 COtfSTMUUTIGN TKAIN I.OAHKK WITH TiAHOX. KM I.KFT THK TKAOK. MEXICAN'S ARM IS BROKEN One Kfcclvcd Fractured Leg sad Amo Hm Has CWh Slightly Maagle. Several Hears Required te Clew tko Track. DUFFALO GAP Aug. 3 Buffalo Gap's 'first railway accident occurred about dusk last night. Englno CGG pul- ling the construction train on the San- ta Fewhilo hacking Into the city to tie up for Uiq night struck' n cocked switch at the north end of the. yards derail- ing Tour ompty flat and box cars and precipitating B'orao 100 laborers to the ground far below the top of the dump and resulting In one Mexican receiving a broken arm another a mangled chin and still another a fractured leg. Tho unfortunate men wero placed in bunk cars hero and attended by the local Santa Fe surgeon. Tho train was running about 10 miles an hour when tho carsbelng pushed struck tho tampered switch and tho coir...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 5 August 1910

LSSL IMS WW 2000 PLURALITY Mll.lTYW.mitmYKMlM SHIDISES IN SD1MISSION Many Metriftii TnrH ThHIs (UvIhk (talHMhi4Mliil!t lMntrHeftflHH ha TC(CHM(lTeM Evidently tho nnnounceniont In tho News ycatonlay morning that tho lend In tho rafco for tho democratic nomi- nation tor Lieutenant Oovornor had hi fled from Davidson to Thomas eamo 8 a grcnt aurprJso to ninny pcoplo Xor during tho day numerous Inquiries lor additional Information wore receiv- ed. What was regarded by some as a possibility and by others as a proba' Jtl.. -o . U.J.M. it.- - -.L r .. . T ' Matagbrda) are yet In doubt but ap- an-esent the unique spectacle of seta- 0 ln8truetcd for submlsaion. d I llrft E IZ u ? KOVforno The return show that tho following !ln?P o T llA tC nlnt;f0V''nroed iltaltrlcts have Instructed a- nor was commented upon ad being nBt Bubml88on: Noa. lt 23 23 (2) nothing short of paradoxical. (3 25 44 45 46 4? 4g Bd 2 " 5. rJKL8? Ji? 2Z.M. 55. G7 58 61 (2) 05 80 90 ' 92 ::;: ;;;;: " t.: " r""r: Mates is en...

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