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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 12 August 1910

tfc ' HKMtMtmn mum mn'QHTHWi nun AMtiar ii? mo Ill I I I I II III II I H I llllll ! I 11 l IWIW afcYM MAYOR GAYNQR SHOT DOWN 0 DEC OF STEAMSHIP fitVfiMlKnUtm th lw of t ItlAtt nhf ftll twant lit lCitldr WHIipIiii. ThPrfl ml IVhttuiirr. wlm t-lninw iff haw tt t tut a olewidnn nml itfckwi Mm to UIh pomwlun nffhlnvlt of iW ulrlft iHiitit .urn Minor fln.vmir. He 010 on hi MMr. who lio dpolnwt jvemul I drew my rtvolvr mid tlrml hiMU'il Mi luttiNtnitmt ptiflwtinmi Wymi tln tumor Monthly iilKtil: j -1 tlon't lnnw yhftlinr more limit "(honor will lw Mini. eJUior 1fc-i'P ) wn nt( icjmw that (Inyimr drty iim iiiMlennrtii for Kiimitn. of on WltH onB lo Kt0(to onjoy mtf MAY BE FATALLY INJURED Attempted Assassination Occurs while Mayor Bidsj Friends Farewell on Eve of Starting on His European Vacation. By AShOi'lnK'il 1'ih. NKW YOJtK (I'lasli) Amr.O.Mnjor W. .1. tJnynor of (Jrcalcr ") York wis shot hh lie ths iihont to mill for Eu- rope it few minutes aftrr ton o'clock this inoriiliif.' by .lulo...

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 — 12 August 1910

mint -v- 4HpHhpHi cai'- - m BERHFCATES ARE AWARDED mi hiimii.nt.s or tin; aiiiI.iim: hiimmhh muimai. ham: iii:i:n iikuii.v himmikshfim.. TOTAL AVERAGE IS PER GENT I ho lcrniunl Tvuml) Kho IHh Degree nnl SIxt) Fhti Second Degree rtrf IftcatcH For mull). Awarded. County Superintendent of ScIiooIb E. V White is in receipt of boiiio encour- aging news from W. W. Lackey a fel- low faculty mcriibor In the Into Hum- mer normal whoso sessions oloHCd July 29. Mr. lackey la nt Austin where recently tenchors examination papers following the close of normals throughout the state woro graded nnd certificates awarded. but of. a'totnl eiirollraent of 17G toa- ehors in the Ahllcno normal of which 127 stood the final examinations nine- ty five certificates woro awarded in classes 'as follows; Permanent 1. Pornmnent primary 1. First grade 25. Second grade 6S. Number thnt failed. :!2. Total percent 75. 'This is a greater percent is I know" said Mr Whito mined at any former Abilene normnl. The average ...

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 — 16 August 1910

"1 ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER W N MMIMt X'( JlttlftKNt; T1JXVH THKNU AniVHT 16 1WI. M'MHUKT . & PROHIBITIONISTS fl MEEDIfiU HELD AT OPERA HOUSE LAST MUIIT STARTED AC MOiV0Jf THBItt FART PRINCIPLE RA1 HER THAN MEN Tho Cry of Various Speakers Who Urge AH Who Are Opposed to Liquor to Forget Petty Differences And Unite For Struggle At a meeting called at tho Instiga- tion of the Ministerial Association of Abilene and held at the opera house Sunday night and largely attended movement wbb put on foot having as a purpose the thorough organization of the prohibition forces of TayJor county to wage a relentless battlo' in behalf of statc-wido prohibition It 1b now the concensus of opinion .that the next legislature will call an elec- tion submitting n constitutional amend mont providing for slate-wide prohi- bition and the object Of last night's meeting was to get this fact heforo the people and start a movement to fight for prbhibltion in that election. Hop. A. H. KIrby was elect...

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 — 16 August 1910

INDIAN 1ELLS I FLEECING rOMMKU UIKNT I'OR MrMKHHIV Mil Kits NOMK l.ltllll ON 110W Till? HKII MUX KKI.li IDT IT GOING M (OHMS KxpeiiNh Ai'counl nf WOO.tMHI and Itrintnvr of tffiiVHH) Atrcmly Paid lo MoMuiray-Jiiul Oih- cr WltnoM Testifies SUi.PlltMt Ok. Aug. 12. Lawyers' expense nccounts running us high as 300000 u Blnglo fee already paid amounting to $7ri0000. and contingont fees Btlll pending tlint would aggre- e-nto about $5000000. figured In the In- vcstli-ntlon of the Indian land affalrsf "Ho gave mo $3000 oilco for expon- by u special commlttco appointed by acs and some money I bad collected ns the house of representatives today. fees about $1 a head. I believe for It was pointed out that in.lilfns nov- each of the 1000 tax case contracts or had secured largo amounts of mou- .which I had secured. cy due them without having to "fome ".McMurray would reimburse mo for across" in the shape of fees and nl-"y tlino add trouble UftOr he had got- though employed regular lawyers on 'ton...

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 — 16 August 1910

ttMMiWMM TRABEOY C ON I Mil TRAIN TWO MISMIIItltM Tli.YAH NATIONAL NIMK1I SHOT TO DEATH HY . ONE OF SAMi: iVMU CAUSE UF SHOOTING UNKNOWN Victims llnlli Frin Dalian Worn In T"clr Sent Singing Slujrr and HrnlJirt1 Arrested Plnceel In Hlllsboro Jail. Special to TIm Reporter. HILLSUORO Aug. 13 Two mem bora of tho T-cxob Nhtlonnt Qnnrd wore sliot and killed by another on a special Katy train from Leon Springs whUu. passing through. Abbot ten miles south this moriilng. The dead are. A. B. PUCKETT of Dallas hospital corpB private. O. L. WILLIAMS or Dallas hospital corps private. The shots are ollegefPto have been fired by P. M. Firman of Battery A Toxub National Guard. Firman and his brother Bert Who Is charged with being an accomplice In tho affair were lodged In jail at HIllBboro. A pistol was tho weapon used. Fir man was In anothor coach.' Ho got up and walked Into tho car In which Puckott and "Williams wore sitting singing a duet While the men were still singing Firman walked toward th...

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 — 16 August 1910

mt -A v. fJ" nUMIINISIS form ormwzhiiw tlVimililinl mult irtljo mini lln U ti'rtivn1. Unit w. lttoH ot T5 lr rmmty Tin duly nnncin- lilnl nl lliu vnll or tlm IMMnriT Aiwirln tlutt ur Abilene ronimtli'M of toHlcnl frith or 4'htiroh ufflllnlloli do hereby HlRiwrt'ly mid noltuniily pIimIko nnd hind ounudven U) To mmpoK viilo and work for tho ftdoittlnit of mild ('oimtttutlonnl nmcriilmont nnd to thin end tho per feet urgnnlwUlon In ovory voting pro- clnct In Taylor county nnd Jo help rt.1t! nnd UHfllflt other ntljolnliig' counties to take similar iictlon. (2) To urgo tlio pastors of all tho clmrclicH tliroiiRliout tlilu Htnto to koop lila matter prominently boforo tholrj congregations from now until tno peo- ple Bhhll vote Upon Bald amendment. (3) To Hupport both morally and financially the Anti-Saloon League or Texas whoso Rrcnt work sonorously and gratlously given hnff done so much toward thu abolition of tho saloon evil anil (4) To keep our swords shining and unsheathed until the sa...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 16 August 1910

r . 1M1 I I'M tMMtf r rr h" -. SOI REMARKS BY HI I.OIUI ATTOHNKY St'KAKH IN STATISTICAL WAV UK Till! itOM) isst'i: i:ii:tvi(N. WHAT WILL TAX RATE BE? Anil What Aro tliu AmncsmpiI Vnliirs on rnipcHy In Precinct No. It Fiirttao1' How lliutly Arcs Heller Itnttila JfeedpiW With regard to tlio forthcoming good rouilH .bond Isbuo Hon. A. It. Klrby nn lnflupntlnl friend and' promulgator of the projoct hna thq following per- tinent lcnmrlts to mnltn: "In rcBponsp to several rct'itest-i T have nindo nn estimate on the proposed bond Issue and as a basis for any calculation Which any one Interested may'deBlr to make. I give snld estl mato as follows "The Tnx ASBCssor of Taylor County estimates that of the $1.1.r.00.000 tar- ablii values of tho county nt least linlf r.f tnVr.nfinn nrn 1t1 rnl1l1llltfm- ..urn.- ... T...vwvw ... w -.- - .-. rlrt Vr. -1 vlif.l. InMllilna II ! I I i:i 1111 I. 1111. 1 IIIV.II IIIUIUUUU . Abllcna. f "T6 Ijo perfectly snfo let-us place tbeso Values' at $0500000 and ma...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 16 August 1910

SEIECF UN AGENT FOB CENTRAL PLAN ) HHIHUSllllll: (II' l.t.ANU liMitTKII AMI UIKNT FOH MKI.I1MlNMTItM. rt j t Htwi t Iter HlMlllt HWhtH tHt lh ' Hif. -mmntltwf' mi 'lnit ntfmlHtfM hi h- vwmm IIiimii rh.OiwrinHi' Wnw jZulll IkllCVfl Ulfi UOlllly SltRlid U llio Ftiluro Spirit TAKING AWAY ONE'S SHADOW. REVIEW SWE HEEIINGJi!r in. .... 1. 1. ...i. i Ktci'iith Committee I'rom I'llrmers' 1'nlnn hities Sliileineut of IlltsllH'tM TrilllHIIClCll nt Co in en I lii n. POUT WOIITH Aiir. tl Atn meet- ing of the committee rrom too Farm- ers' union ami the warehouse" mating- era of thnt organization hold Sntur day morning 10. 1 Shropshire of Llano wnS Bolectod hb agent for tlio central system of cotton soiling; Tho location lor the t entn.l ngcn tins not ct beert allotted but It will nrolmblv ko where the stato headquarters of the n0it nml 8nl of colto wiu not uo FurmerB' uni in nrn iiiaintalneil. nnowwi. hmiw HWHirlftUnn hiiil tiirmulnifxl ninll . ntifl iiin n iilnu uf murk-Minn ml- urn Bttd oilier...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 16 August 1910

c .1L rftw mwm IV i 1 f II t Uilfti P1WF OIILMX ' 1IIRHT llYft FKIKlffRW4iiiiHMi(i. iin ir mu wit uniBH.h Wfliw ' '""iiuiiHiHtinl imwiiOd t common Vr Hrikt'- Tp Will livlMll ItMt" Hi Slutru uf CnUmt MM Whm t I'roflln Ho qiinlci . farm In the lit'lluf Hint Texa ueedH more cotton muiii nmi umi u i n much Hon of no great tlmo until ttio inlUrtiitt tninu. come. M. It. Wolfe ft cotton ox- porter of DhIIiih n unlive of Texas "" .... 1 retired n Hunt county bus hucm buv- crnl wockrt In KiiKlnml million UioHiirRo two-norHo uiick wnpuiiH uut - nontlnont limiting n ntmly of the. cotton i to M iiiIIoh to tho oml of tho Jncliaon iilovomcnt mill the cotton mitnufnclur- county rock rouilH to return with a Inj; nuBlnaiw Hq bdlovca that whllo'lond which it Huh tnltcn two or tlireo tho biiRlnem In flriitly fixed nlinmd niiilhoutim lo hmil over dirt ioiiiIh to tho to BOino nxtcnt In the uortliciiHtarii lmrt roclt romlB Tho cost of tratiHportn . ' . ' txrzzrsz:; . . ..4 i .4 in.. ... ovun n Krenter de...

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 — 16 August 1910

.yiniLuimi 'm i.i 'i -1 wwii mi i ififn mtm titmmfyi FJM ruw tu m . --- - --i-mjiimmamMmmmamMammmmmmmimm ! WWWWIIli Wl IiIIl.WM..! mdmOrn ill UM .1 1 IJWtWMlliiWII y OVXVVVVvV ' Iffcslli I Ifelf WOOCLft 1 1 rPffiw ' 3 til 'TROTG- 45& V?7 MMMfMl 3W. ss Vvaxv Ctaaxaaefe o WmA$ mTeawAsa eomvvsvu mlMT&& sasaeov as- ' sovms. AOe We cA Vve vvees &eeY Wvaxv a a ov- ev Vvme o ta ar. "5vs s toxvs o compete Yie dosuis ou o aV Summev Sooas-so attend W& saUs au& veaWto sa uvs Vva caw oxvV Vie vaa Wfc axv& a is season. 5o "SaUdotv. Specials "ASSORTMENT 1. Sill; and Satin Ribbons In a Wide range of coloig. up to 20c values spec ial ASSORTMENT and stripes tlni tra good values V 10c . Fancy. Ribbons in checks plaids new ribbons for hair bftws. Etf- or Hoc 3.UTed aws All our figured! Lawns are grouped in Ufree and priced at ligurea for prpiript cleoffancei All c Lawns nlw .. . ..... JF. Joe All vi 3-2c Lawlis now M ... . .. . .:..9Ci All Jfi and 20c AiwiiB now r. ! .- jTl...

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 August 1910

A SEMH-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER VUMMK xxv AHIIitiitU Tti.WlS HUlMY Vt'M'.HT U l1 M'MIIHt 73 - - - s.' sat TODAY'S RAINFALL WAS IE-TENTHS FOURTH SPECIAL TERM OF STATE BILL HO Will LEGISLATURE IN SESSION TODAY HANG ON H ABlLtNt 1 i ?l HARDEST IN Tllltlli: MONTHS AM HAKKH SPIRITS OF MORIHR PEOPLE SOAR SKYWARD. LIKELY RENEFlt LKTLE LUKE IIcstj Italii Reported One Mile North of Potest? Mny Cause General RIso in Luke; Reports Snow that Ilnin Wns Not flencrnl. From Thursday's Eally. "If it don't rain pretty quick some- body's bound to go broke." Tills pessimistic epigram frequently hoard on the streets of Abilono In the last few weeks will be voiced no more at leaBt for awhile For It has rained! Not ono of these llck-and-a-promlso showers but a real rain such as Tennessee has been hav- ing. Rain began falling at half past twelve o'clock and ceased at ten min- utes after one.Jjut In that brief inter- val the precipitation as announced by Weather Observer W. H. Green amounted to ninety hundredth...

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 August 1910

( hi it hi : H tf i fB ABILENE 11 K I.OONIiV iW. J3ftMi Club III Tvxiw Trnile Rcu?v. Itn niihurlm U u vliy uf Ifl.OUO povi nnd In located IhlrO'Ptt iiilhm cant of tho KcOBniphleivl center of tho Htnio Tho town w oHlnbllHhod March 15 1881 with iv population ot 1CD0 Through o steady .oarl.OMt offorta ng rillu... It baa grown of enterprising lo audi A slxo as to be the prltto ot that section Of tho Sluts commonly known iih "Wont Texas." In tho eniller days Abllcno wb tho trade center of this suction ami wiib Ul! niCCCa 01 IUU WUi iuhhb. "o uu farming lluorcHis eiirmui'utu hiiu ".- hciiuui ouiuiiiigH hum eiiurcucH ii- vast nratrles and agricultural purBtiltB nroxlnmto $350000. In nddltlon tho' Rrtdually took posHoaalon Abilene Bin. west Texas Hapilst ABsoclatlon ha8lff f Bchool 8trIct8 nnil h to tcra the dlstanco Is 305 maintained tho supremacy aB th0 trade 08tniii6ed ul tlB place Simmons J dBtrj(t T0 JJ wo ' "Jj" Jj; center In the course ot tlmo men of cuko th an enrollment of 400 )fl ...

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 August 1910

t'Afllt TftMfl u m - K F EGIN HONOR WASHINGTON VIJOIM.I: 01' VtlttilMA MlKMKNT I'koim.n iv FiiANi'i; mmt . OlMJMiATAMKUHWS. AN ADDRESS BY JAMES MINN Clinlr'iijin of Virginia CdiiiiiiIhsIoii In Hall U'Iuto 178 Trent j' of l'euco Was Slinicil. Extols Washing. Ion mill Jiiifnjotlo. PARIS Franco Aug. J 8 "The grand cat nnmo In nil 'the history of America Is that of George Washington nnd the history of a nations gives us nono that Ib grander" Bald James Mann chairman of the Virginia commission in tho course of his nddress at Vor- ' sallies today in presenting to the peo- ple of France on behalf of Virginia n bronze copy of Homloh's statue of Washington. Tho original of tho sta- tue Btnnds in thc stato capitol at Rich mond. Mr. Mann recounted tho splondld deeds of "the father of his country'' both in war and In peace and paid fit- ting tribute to tho Illustrious French- man who aided America In Its struggle for liberty. "Wo remember always" ho said "that but for the aid ' of France succes...

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 — 19 August 1910

MM! 1 01 A mWinlliiMiiijw t'l;. Dili luatiil iSulIU at llifc ItMH t.IU4tu Hytakk 3 't li r" n a pnr ... Montho . . ittMlMMMMIUHIUI num mmim m mm hhaknholhkhhi Uw. H AhniMHi. ll H KlPfe'r. M. . Hunk HttHHrHllTIN HATMt i MM1HI It It llf ItvQ until i VV rronpim reflection upon Uie chnrnctcr Uttdlnn or notation of nny pcrnon firm ur coropmtion which may aVir In the columns of The Reporter will be RUdly cor mted Upon Its bring hrtnmht lo tho attention of thp firm letters pertaining to bunlnenn should ho nddrcsied to tho W9t or some pnrtioulnr department but not to Individ mmi as In their ntmenco Uiclr mnll will not bo opened Drafts checks nnd postofllco or express 6rdora should bo payablo to tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. kitiiiiiriiiHiitn "t TELEPHONES Valam and Circulation S. W. 6-7; Roberts 6-7.0ne Ring Editorial Office. Roberts 1GI 5E"- atard as second clala mall al Abilene Texas October ' . . ' 14; 1908 -7 ; : : ' ' ' "When J'ou hear a man knocking make' ll a point to boost '.:'''. t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 19 August 1910

rm tt mimmmimmpm . as: Ui. i - MkHD NO. 3 III LOUISIANA ftMUUl W ti tIPitN ALIAS Y 'Hllili AIIMMTKUXNII IX TOOW AT MlfViON M CONFESSES UNDER 3D DEGREE Aires Full Slory of Ills WrniittdoliiKH Admits lliivlnit Wife mul nillilron hero mill That lln .Married In Toxiifj mill In I.ouIhIiiiiii. jwfcMM' tt VIVM Awmtm t K MOwfitlltftt lfftf Hlf im iiw tmh tt t anr wift. Oiltrto VlniT vhmh Whim- tMllhnn. t-Hfmrht til nliitVrt fOP my llvmi lu AIiIIjmik mm l .HilU won known Hi n irtrw minniup nr pme Din now llvlntt In llttM oily. 1I Wl AMleno om live oi' nix yours rtjii). now ru is i l i From tlio Forest Olty (Ark.) Times. - Hon. '. O Kltzpa'trlrU received the first or tlie week the following letter nnd newspaper clippings frOin ono of tlio Huston papers an or wnicn is reproduced below and which In our ' opinion needs no comment: Miston a Aug 5 1010 Postmaster Forriist Hlty Arkansas. Dear-Str: "Will you please read the enclosed and tell me If this nip. "Pippin" or "11111" really lived In your t...

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 August 1910

tM I M tfUkd . iiifmiiiicii LEBLANG WINNER EL PASO'S MAYQfl BURIED TODAY tWiftll I .1 -M... . )(rf KM Itttttlitt m a tab . ff?'hHi it iw hnihu nini wn trl b fcttrlMitu IttfWfM ta on iiit tnitiimnutHHfi f m in" ItHlt tub tii ftliUMpntloil f Mimtf ( r Mil MHUtrtrM Mprt jf tliln run Report of the condition of The Citizens National '&' flanks :m fij0tWH hr M (r MoUinr'n ruwu Tw atflin lemrM wini- 'm InnUir-r witum for tim rant. wa vfim aim i mjjxr hi tW tUirliut fill lh tftm. Mother' nlmul ftkMMn ttMuinuCryliift ivnilt.Ml Umwk iniinclM Miit tendon it niUM'll MWilllUM riMMIlim lOMHAniMlififlMIMtlVf nil imii TiiriMiiiii. ITMlllAUirOITH'IAI WHO (1AYII HIS lill'i! TO N.WIi MllliMlft lllll.lt TIMS Mlllt NINO MttnnUiPim wi mmwm. llfl biftuft lit oo' condition. lit hrliim Uia mtmnn to thn etvTn I hfut phirfkM couitltlom Thfl Wgulnr ua of Mother' rtipiul mium jiMi wnrn iinuy romrr j WMiren ft fiucK miit mm)Scfim for t B IPS mower ror swi ny ir mutch AUaUflKi FINISHES SEC8HD THE Clll IS 11 H...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 19 August 1910

BOTH DOCKETS j GIN II INSURGENTS WIN IN C 1 SQ Q CURES RHEUMATISM C1VII. M nilMIVMi CASKS IN roi'Ntv twin1 oitiii'y at. TKMTIUX OK COURT JACK JUKEY CASE ENDED Defendant Killers n I'loa of ("ullly Is Klnrd $200 ami Jlcinnmled (o .lull for 20 Days; Court Pitt lit n Iltwy )ity. JOHNSON .VdMINVrill) UOVl'UXOU OVKH "STANIM'AT ItlVAIi 1IY W)(HM) VQTK8 VICTORY StEMS SWEEPING Prom Tuesday's Dally: The second day of Counly court un- der .ludgo T. A Ilfrdsue vas taken up with the trial of cases on both tho civil and criminal dockets. Today"fl dispos- al or cases (criminal) Is as follows. State versus Jack Dallcy charged with Iteoplng a disorderly Itouso plea of guilty by dqfendant and flnoof ?200 and twonty ilnys" In county jail subject to' road work was assessed. State versus Sam JSdlns charged with keeping: a dlsqrderly house still on trial. County Attorney Ovcrshlnor is prosecuting whllo tho defendant is represented by M. W. Shelly Jr. The case is being tried befdro a jury of six. ' Civil ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 19 August 1910

Mnm;m rM tittmnHriiuUi rmw h m ". Itllllf . M H !' I a : MS. S a tm nuir voie is CLOSES) IN (EARS Mil: l!i:illlNS I'lllKVI m:iiu.ska ))() MIT Slllln Midi I.KlltT ON HlliMKNT WAITS. WELL UP Towbo" Itlnjbr of Olitnhn Clone On llrcl.H of A. ('. Shnllenberger lreHi (iowrnnrt llrjnnlsiii DeeMVely IMtii'ed. Aud here I a story of the squirrel ' J with the rliig In It of the seventeenth 11 ssot luted I"-4r. evon . hc Cighteettb ceil- OMAHA Nebr. Aug. 17 UotuniB bo ; tury It rem I nils otic of the bares of fur received from yesterday's general ; znuk Wnllon. that chanced their sex- primaries Held In the Btnto of Nebr. ics onre n year Indicate that tli raco for Governor bo-j "If what 1 reported of tbeui be true twoen Ashton C Shnllenberger prcBentlthe admirable ctinulng of the squirrel Governor and James C. Damnum tho "cowboy" mayor of Omaha has been close wltli Oabltnau cnjoylnp a flight lead. Doth men nrc Democrats and strenuous campaigners. Dahlman Is opposed to county option 'while Shnl- ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 23 August 1910

f ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER MVM XXV SENATE WAS BUSY THROUGHOUT DAY MANY IMPORTANT M12AHUUK8 tf 1:111: brought UP AND iisouaai:i. NO QUORUM IN THE HOUSE For Morning Session and Itcct-bs Wns Taken Until Two O'Clock In tho Afternoon Railroad Dill up for Tomorrow. Special to Tho Reporter AUSTIN August 22. Tho Houso mot thlB morning without a quorum only eighty members answering to roll call. Following this adjournment was taken until two o'clock this afternoon. In tho Senato this morning many measures wore dlscUBsed nnd also many other matters were discussed. A resolution was Introduced and adop- ted Inviting former lieutenant Govorn- or Nell of Navasota to partako of the privileges of tho floor. Hudspeth and others Introduced a 'bill providing for a maximum flro .In- surance rato and a rating board alnil- lar to the one created by the bill repor- ted out by tho free conference commit- tee" of the third special session. The Governor's message relating to tho testimony and findin...

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 — 23 August 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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