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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 23 August 1910

) -& r- 'rife t rt $ i . "' - " " -'' in . jjj II ITHER HEAVY II FELL TODAY; ' ItTIWTlON AMOl'NTIMI TO 8 1NCIIK8 (HTUIMItlt hi:. rWUKN tl AND 3 O'CLOCK E GREEK IS RISING' U l'rum Until Waters Indicate ht a t hint Who Will HmicIi jlio I.akti Haiti Wiin Not General Out Coimtr). I ) Friday's Dully last this summer's uruuth " lokcn. It has ruined nnd rnlncd lined Yostordny and today tno have been given a tasto of nor- ndltlona In t)io Abilene country; (ices tuut navo ueen iohr uuu looking are wwnrlng Bmlles to il everybody 1b happy. The skies lot clear for a single hour after lay's downpour and today about ock the water began to fall over o In sheets. It continued until ti o ;iuck aim wnuii ii. dwiiiu )vs:.inrcnt's gauge showed thnt II had amounted to 1G2 Inches g a total for yesterday and today ) or half as much a8 has fallen the whole year previous to yes- j. The total up to thnt time 37 Inches. y's rain seemed to come from irth It begun falling In North 0 minutes before It did In...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 23 August 1910

uaiLfddH .... . - " - ii i flTinalaa in m mmM h in immiiflti ! - - - - - - i. t- ELECTION ORDERED 'r MONDAY SEP. 19 -MkBII IKi BT fir w t H iZy wKoesJ QUARTER MILLION j llJlJ'Sr?''l taWBBBBBBBBBMMBR iiiiiiiiii miiiHi CAN YOU DRAW A GOOSE? vm . ji ni.MMI.HHIOMMt.N I'lllit INt'T NO .1 WiMi von; on a $innWHi rood nnvns issri;. TOTAL 13 i ltd ImllcnKinis Arc That Tux rnjers In llotlt INrrlnrN Will gee to It Tim! I"h(. Carrie. In HerMtc'Ianncr. Commissioners Court of Taylor coun- ty lit adjourned Hussion yesterday met for the purpose of passing on two peti- tions from n necessary number Of vot- ers in Pri'tinct No. ft relative to culling an election for the Isaiirtnco of ftQO.OOO In 'bonds for good roads building In pursuance to the call the Com- missioners announce that the election will be hold on .Monday September 10 two dnys after a similar election Is held in Precinct No. 1 for $150000. In Precinct No. ft poll taxes In the four vollrfg bojies were Issued as fol- lows. Buffalo Gup 10...

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 — 23 August 1910

fMiK Mil r k v -si WKmi&-imirm-:W&&mw -sih timimMVMwmimim ..jhwmiw ipn irn Smsfcwgyiff-t I'MflW i s ftfcu 3iafc FarmtrfrAmft wlnHty A. t. N Honletlincn I nil with tliu sorrow When ilnrlc Niitht in lunrootno nml lortu Hut n thotiKht f Iho Joy tit Tomorrow Come a tweet nn h rlpplo of BOHR flliiRln' or hIrIiIii' It'n still tlio I.tfo-wuy. Thnnldn tlio Lord For tlio light of a ilrty. Soiuo captains of Industry nr0 moro. ly pirates. Making poor liny uionnB milking a poor cow. Too many men mlRtnko promlBo for prosperity. It tnkcB moro tlinn church fairs to mnko n fnlr church. It Is Caster to tell how It ought to havo been ilono than to do It thnt way. Llfo Boon denies all pleasures to those who deny themselves none. The man who likes people can be led to Hko any really good thing. A spoiled fruit lb told by tho swelled cans' and a weak brain by a swelled head. Any truth faithfully faced Is strength In Itself Llf0 Is too short for Its possessors to wear long faces. The hobo .ha...

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 — 23 August 1910

SMi-wsmf tk ftWMHttfam t tn) mumr n f m f"WI)MttWIWil4MHiaHMMMlllMlMl 4HtiWMlMlM !MMpMMMMHMMM4MMWilMMMH MMVIMv3EmE as S&ox&& oo oo&o & "P&ssedi 5.&i& """ ' ii i 3V Sew Sttcas ' ttyceVil itu of ilfii' nml fiOc umlt'i'wonf tot- 25c All war ini'ti'n mid Hoy's Htnui lint ....HAM' ViU)V Uiif lot MimM mitt 'Boy's fc mnl ?fit Htrrn IiiUk ttt 25c HikVImI lot Man's fl.OO'mut f t .3ft Hhljtx for 70o Spi'i-fnl lot Ttn anil Sf.o Shirts for 55c OanvD6e(& All litem Matin roiluwil I lite week. Wo Imvu tjii'iu lit n wide rntiuo oT uitarn In trlpo. ilnlil tuul nolid tOuiilt's All ROo MhciiB 05o All nitc tilnpim 20o All arii' MitoiiH .... ioo in In Wbltq Lawn In oxtrn good qimlliy for Ific special thin week ( v.i.n .4... ... . ...... .. .Ho vexieaVs Wauvs xftcv eraeu a Wus season o Wve av ave xxvmacvaViVe awa ve $oo&s ou sae ave sjl&yoy qxaW& xc maVies Wv& veAxncWcms Wve move vemavkaloVe. "SVvose xAvo arce&vaU aY!ifc& o aw xTvUS)ta. Tvaxve o...

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 — 26 August 1910

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER VOMJMK XXX s- b r . JtlffWag" 1 OF WAS EXAGGERATED REVISED LIST OF FATALITIES IN ' fc'OJtEST FIRES rJ.AC.VB NUMBER AT 112 PROPERTY DAMAGES HEAVY ' Railroad ifuildcr Estimates Loss of One Company to Ho $200000 ylll Bo Costliest Fire In History ol the If. S. By Associated PresB. SPOKANE Aug 2G According to a .revised list of tbo dead In forst fires In Washington Idaho and Montana tho number Is placed at 142. TWb Is without taking Into account 185 ran- gers Imprisoned on tho head watorB of Sit. Joe river. It la believed that tho present fires will be the most expensive over known in the United States. An expert rail- road builder estimates th0 Iosb to the Mllwaukeo railroad at two and a half million dollars. Latest advIcoB stato that 180 men are surrounded In tho mountains at Lolo Pass and St. Marja. There aro 35 large fires- and many smaller onos burning on tho Clear.wator Reserva- tion i New Flro Is 0 rowing SEATTLE Wash. August 25 Tho forest fire wh...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 26 August 1910

an classificatkn hi HIIIIIIMLPUBUG SCHOOLS T4H.JHHIrr Hrfiiiv Tcju I'oltnii Mnnv tr' Oollriin Station Tcr. ni Jnlr !& Ah a t'oumiori'lnt lOtnuiodlt) cotton Btnntln preeminent In tho minds of Urn southern agricultural. It has been grown since tlio your 37B5 uh a mouotnry article but not until tbo your 1702 did tlio western cwutinonf begin to keep record ot tbu output During tills yenr u crop ot 13.33 bnlcs was recorded uiitl from that Inception to tbo present tbo Bmcnltutlo of tbo crop bus brown caching In tjio yenr 1908 morQ than 13 mllllbn bales. The South bnB grown In 125 yearn mora than 150000000 bales of cotton; and realized In this timo moro than 22 billion dollars. To grow tbo Immense cotton crops tLat aro annually produced on bouUi- orn soil requires the labor of more than thrco million children mnlo and female whlto and black in excesB i tho efforts of the iulults. Fully J0 per cent of this child labor Is In tho Bchbluatia age and constitutes Uio "busy bees' in growing a...

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

I Wd tllKll IIRL EXILE FINDS " LONG LOST WOOER Irtingp Itruulon nl Hotiiti llrrtch of licit TrepofPs DiuijtMcr tinriit ril from Siberia had Hnrnn. NtfW VOIHC Ailp. a.'J. In tho Burf nt tfouth Bench 9. I thoro wan added Just n wd'k ngo an Intensely ilranmUc climax to tho romance of a yoiinp couple that tuul begun at tho court of (Ue Cmr of RubbIu. Tlmt romnnco wont)" through tho tuirtiulcnl BlagcB tit banishment to Siberia of tho girl by her own father tho Imted despot Gen. Trci)((TTr"Govoror-Gonernl of St. Pet- ersburg; tho forced resignation from the Imperial Gutird of Unron Kuctloncr and years of Intriguing to koop tho flwoctheartB npnrt after the escape of Mllo. Tropoff'to America. The reunion of tho couple came to light yesterday through tho announce- ment tlmt they were to bo married. Separated for mriro than four years alio believing her tlancc was married to another and tho Baron no longer hop- ing to find tho object of his three years search tho two met by' chanco whoa bathi...

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

?a rwm FIRST DISPLAY OF NEW FALL GOODS New Fabrics For Fall Dresses-First Shippment Ladies Tailored Suits Ladies Tailored Suits Tnko a look nt our now tailored suits lit our window many of' tho now full stylos nro well featured In thorn. OUr former reputation for underselling now nnd Btyllsh suits 'Will do shown. Wo prlco them nl $12.50 $15.00 $19.50 up to $30 Come and See the New Things that have just arrived at The Abilene Dry Gobds Company. The first shipment of Ladies new TaUored SuUs are beautiful. We are not asking fabulous prices for them either as most houses fto for early tailored suits .uvery one is m m " - .w..w. The New Dress Goods Silks and Ladies neckwear are elaborate and Come and let us show you the early new styles All Summer Goods are Still Being School Fabrics Ladies and Childrens Oxfords are being . "Matag to buy "such bargains will soon be past. Price on Ladies ladies summer suits i p First Showing of LacUes Tailored Suits liNWuTtaliaiiis CtnrbMflr Wr- IflftloB ...

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

l'll INK i i ! nmr MMiWrS$lMMMMi SALT SEA Y ARM Signs nnd Omens to Whloh the Sailor Grimly Clings. A JOKE THAT PROVED FATAL ..mi.. .j - r..n.u o;k.i..- Proved Too Much For the Norte man A Ducket of Wnter That Stopped a Mysterious Walling. It Is n well known fact thnt in the print tlio sailor was among the roost superstitious of mortals and even In t these enlightened days there nro n goodly nnmbor of old units who clInR tennclously to their belief In certain signs nnd portents-. Some no doubt of these superstitions have vanished altogether Int6 tho Umbo of forgot- ten things htit there will always bo n credulous few who will shako their heads solemnly and prophesy dismally If a knife N stuck In the mast or an albatross or a storjny petrol Is cap- Hired and brought on board. The origin of vonie of these superstitions cannot be traced. Many of them hnvo been handed down from father to son for n great number of years with n touch probably u'tidod here and there turning a' comparatively...

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 — 26 August 1910

r H ( WW pill I ! Ill ft-t yi iia- fr ! ayiaijiM f i?f"' c c cs " raaES 3. D.D. SKIN DISEASES wliHll 1 1 iu Uttt Ih iviiilHUKil uf ivo llUUll IllUl i kiiow" nt UK ipmrnmn or niiur h mivn it urvi-4 pnuvipnii mi n t uiviinu ir m iuuu UMikiuatU TIhmiUu irlrue kin. otul m i I Tnir t- W li llui Iaihih ivntimui vciim ntul lirkTlQn Kinnly cvt rv nlm from tln ctrctitnti Tin tvclmm infected Willi lu cotiMlntitl fctipp skin Ihc i-iKU winch it ist cot tiSSUCS. Till! the thin outer the surface in wise n dry for tics the hum compi i tiet villi ' llUltlliHHtli; tlupi Ikm flWIt nu ill 110 ' W Hi. ESIflU'S END IK FOR THIS GOUNTRY! 'hinvi ott te ihjt Tiutri Kent lilted J. & " I ..' t -r atijes H IUt edit tila U ?. iiitiilsoLtltv it conwlnllv alt ll ftil jrffiurtli ootUJnid netful. U cJtki'I t v tttcs riMls. Ihiead c-r itivTiroiiirUt to th tlicrfrtcfiil impurity aiKt .Ft 4j. itciittt't lil.r lllliruv pviifititw i' .. - . irrltntidTnml inlluiiimntUr which splits or breaks whitcjmc t issue licMient...

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 — 26 August 1910

T ' Mint rm .hi in mi ii CLEAR M HOT HATS ALL OVER TEXAS IN HOUSE TODAY FURORE CREATED r New Fall Styles "Fall into one" they are right The noted No Name Stetson $3.00 See our Show Window --""" for display IMingus Bros. & Co Mens Quality Outfitters NEGRO PREACHER ALLEGED FORGER HA1D 10 ll.VTE IMPROPERLY EX- ROUSED 310NEY ORDER OX POST OFFICE. IS ARRESTED IN ABILENE I And Will Be Held Hero for Trial Alleged Forgery Was Committed at Mineral Wells By TV. B. Butler. i v From Wednesday's Dally. A case somewhat out of the ordinary came up in United Statescourt Tues- day when TV. B. Butler a local negro preacher was brought before post of- fice Inspector Kinzel and Commission- er Glrand for an examination. It appears that a nionoy order for an amount of $8.90 has been sent from Empire Canal Zone Panama jto one Dempsoy Benson at MJncrnI TVolls. Butler had been In the habit of recciv lug mall addressed to Benson and re- ceived this money $rdor with othor letters. Ho later presented this ...

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 — 26 August 1910

ypnyw ?-r v .Nte(k zq0&&mm&iitwfi&' mtmmmiMm ritot i:. I a bit I i 1! ; i f utl KlHHt A UMWT An Pla WW f"l r a rjnftnuh Wenun Answers the Qnt . Un. MWhr 0 Vcu War Ijr Uy ' u Mouy '"' Thf writer onw pHmI of wrli VftVH lUnn Ohc T' it Wrtiit Ail I Known imlj of the imtilli nrlrtpcroti' in) u vi i' .Iim.W " Mi 'wirUi I'mkj wu win wiiictl In the hot of Ilie w TnfutmlLnwZmiWn r n corrida In MwlriU. "Wliy il.i linot I miM. J 7 "";; wear n i.mnHrt.ir mill Um Mir mi' m1?1- ii mm 4 . tie S7 'HiH- rvl'ltwl' "1H'uun we nil ir WANTIJW -(MHCKmihi nd KRs for irdi ll.wrv Mnrkfl. Bnylw HW hi Wlidi ' III I BAV.lmo '" ""Ht" """' NOTICU I linvo wlml U A. Miller 1 alv tor come mid hco ui6 near llum- AUK 8'S iy i i uurn-vi UyTjK fAUMSO nores rtlrpo inllr-s inn r-'hilc iitIcmj $2000.00 good tornia r w I I roo. Abllcno property. t;.v m.IIpup Auk. 228 aimAlillrUp. 7"" T- JONES COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE SEPT. 6 TO 9 I pitchers K.MUiiliiallon Will lie Ilt'W at Anson Frldny nntl Snt- unlny Sep...

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 — 30 August 1910

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER T VOLUME XX axsatsxszrsr I HKCatltAll FALL TERM CONVENED AT MM! O'CLOCK TODAY HI II JHJVfiN WEEKS GRAND JURY BEGINS WORK .After LMenlng to Vigorous Fearless Charge of Court; The Sunday : Closing Law Comes In ) for Close Attention. The regular fall term of District ourt opened at tlno. o'clock this morn- ing with Judge T. II Dlanton presiding .arid the usual court attaches present Practically all the lawyers of the local .bar were present wtth the following vlaftlng lawyers noted: C. P. Woodruff .of Sweetwater J R. Stubblcfleld of Cisco W B. Lewis of Plalnvlow and W" T Potter and C. D. Mints of Merkol. Among the local attorneys present was S. M. Wngstatf Esq. who return- ed yesterday from a week's stay at Mineral Wells. Court Reportor W. H. Graham was on hand after a five week's absence in Austin where he reported along with fifteen other stenographers the third and part of the fourth called session of the State LeglStSTure. Grand Jurors Chosen. 8 H ...

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 — 30 August 1910

ffn.T-n I w iHfT. eOOD ROMS MO BETTER 5C10L3 WrllltMi (r Tin NnUhiiitf OrniMP hy Ijurhh WiiUit !' Director Office f I'olillo Hrtmln I. K t)o4trttuont of .Rfliuilturo. A ihtkoh randy (like to u proposl. Ikm until lio In convinced of lln mor ln or tlini It will liuvo u honofjelitl effect on hl Intercnttf. TIiIm Ih trim Ir ovory Hnc of business nnd In every phiwo of life nnil U Ih tHl)clnlly trite wlum tho proposition Involves tlio cx jioatllturd of nioiioy and labor. Tito Improvement of our public roads re- quire tlio cxomllturo of both monoy nnd labor. It Is plain therefore that tboso from whom tlio inOnoy nnd Inbor for Improving our roads must conio must first bo convinced that It will Inure to their hcneflclnl litoreB nnd general welfare . This hns boon one of the greatest obstacles to road Improvement. Af- ter more than ten years of nctlv0 cam- paigning to omplmslao the necessity for the work Its Importance baa not been fully realized by the people. 8omo of them In fact many of th...

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 — 30 August 1910

! ltnl . ' i ih i i 'IflH i ' I..II....I.II.I.I..II. I...!!;. BE ALCOHOL 3 PER OKNT. AMgclaWelhparatlonrorAs-slmlldllnSiteFbotfatKlRrtula itng uic a (omndis oMDcweto CASTORIA 3For Infants and Ohlldran. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatur SECOND WEEK OF iHNtlS WIS IN 0 COUNTY PromolcsDiicsUonJChfctfiJ- ncss and ItestjContalns neither OpuaiuMorphlnc nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC. r Mm bVm t AV H MWm m .bt V rZMl& I V CITS 1 Af Mjf I B & mwr a Mi Verdict Returned Friday Night in the Cn m nf Monro Vl'rruiic TfnT.nnilt LrTfll Fines Up Tried In Last .ff Week of Term. atptatotda&tMwmwi J&Stimtn-AMft&fft- KmSeti- ApeiftctBemedy rorConste-l Hon Sour Storaach.Dlantai Wbrras.Coiwnlsl(ms Jevensfr I ncssandLossoPSLEER J IfccSimife Signature of NEW YORK. -Rimmntedundcriheroodni jU -... jitafcg Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA thc etNTAim eoHPANT. ncwTOHKorrr. I i'hoiiati: casks thiew iiisfoke judge iiM.nsoi: Saturday IX COUNTV COURT. JURY ...

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 — 30 August 1910

13 flflUmft mm mmmmm SV Aiiii.BNH piuntinu GumpBE MH.tHKHOMlKKH. (lu U. Aiulorwrt H II. Kliur M - IUK. SttllRrKtt'TlUN MATKHl ItM year . Ihi Mouth . MM tllillll' illilio IIIIIHllHlUMHI .1100 60 ay rroneoim reflection upon the ohnrnctor Btnndlnft or wttatlon of any person Hrm or coropratlon which may In the columnn or Tlio KODonor win uo hibui .- tcI upon (n holng bniuaht jojjwjnro ottc Brw. tttm portnlnlng to business should bo nddroBsed to the ipapur of oroo phrltculai department but not to indlvld- mta m In their absence tholr mall will not be opened tonrftii chcckB nnd poatofflco or oxprcea ordora ehould be mUt payable to the ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY TBLErHOJES ib and Circulation S. W. I-7; RoborU fi-7.0ne Rtng Cltorlral Office. Roborta 151 i.tntstla. Att.l hll llttt WlUllffll HrtOTIW l ll l"1 tinii Hint n ilu ivviMi Ihi urtiwVrtwl ti Hf wwUtfjr tmmui. HftTn tm hwid Jhr ItmMuMd Hwt Wril W knlvriMMiMliiRlmt nnd lltM '" 1n" fUhMl hiUhfn ft nf Hunt H I tltVk niivnunw Will ut UtP HlK...

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 — 30 August 1910

u S tMIMM MiLAS C1M7Y 6HAND JtlAY Ml PROBE RECEM ELtOlIDH! IMvlntv-. THiiiiM'tlhir tin llnlInU wllw"Mrriill MMHady of WlHHcMmro T Hmint) I'liriiiiMMtf UhMTHMUHil" VMIm of ArrMrHlt Up Wwt Ti of 1Iio t'liiintt) i lllillnv n KhhmIhk llnnril. DM.I.AH. Autf. aa' AeUim JihlBu'9l"'Hnl to Tha'lleporter. IB. II Howell ot Hut criminal dlalrtct court declared totthy that ho will oh'arKo tlu nnlhiH county grand Jury to Investigate tho reports current of allowed fraudulent pinrtlceB In tho ru- cont Democratic primary election. Judge SoWell mO'it that from all por lions of dm city ami mimty u demand has come that tho grati.l Jury Investi- gate tho recent election hhd that If. x fraudulent practices wore discovered that those found guilty of boiiio bt prosecuted to tho full extent of Ihc law Several days ago a private con- ference was held between tho Judgo and tho members of the rand Juiy. It was iopoitnd then that tho recPDt cloctlori results woro discussed. Mill Start at Once. It !b declared tl...

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 — 30 August 1910

tUt 1 ' II swash- TEXAS STATE 1 15 IS Growl PrcnnrMlott Ileitis Miule I'or Twrnlyl?lf tli MfeMuRi SUPERB IMPROVEMENTS. . . ' Colmum. t Imliiilrlal ArU Dulldmo KnnelUnd Dairy Structure AmonOi ti.a.. Ur.M.1 Tl.l. Yr I .. i -. i ....ii-h.u lit Dallas.' Icxiih. In muklti4 uoniy-fifth minimi bow to tin- iiti ttenry of tin Southwest the mnUno- Minn lor any previous mei-uu 'MIII1H !' vi ...... . ..--. --- - -- Stntc Fnlr of Tcxup. Not only uo I'rrnldent K. .1. KluHt nnd IiIh dlrpclorni iiiiirlbiitc tliolr time and ctfort KrntlS 'or th lionefll of tho Institution but licy do not licsltuto to vpend money tut or their own itockotB for Its huc- cb8. Why? Bocnuse they realize that flip State Fair of Texas now iuiiKk nt 'hq head of inHtllutlons of 1U kind in Mic country. But. In older to keep up vlth the miirveloiiB devclopnioiii of foxntf and the entire Southwest it ifi iccessary to oxpond a vast sum ot noney each year lor peiiuauenl lin- trovomontfi the Instnllatioii ol new dennrtinents and to...

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 — 30 August 1910

nu M-tM mmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmimmmimmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmmmfmmmmmmmmmmmm iiiwn;;! yq" I 1 Farmftrcrams ttrl hv 8 !. N U Uiliw imHmicit tu itrlvrt ft iniilo ur io bo tint miy or n Iinnny minor. IV "' tin' m .11 1 UITnnj llllltl'lt If wjMMNtltl ho omsoIvoh its otlicrn Hoc un wo simply would not hellov oursuyiju. nuru in u inn umu wnti HpenKB in ' liftt nml think (ho lonst III of IiIh jiolKiilxir & I.... ..... ....... I I i . ..-I..I.....I I iiuio ury wouu iibiiob BpriiiKicti ' "m .r."in u.im In tlio ittist Imth Itnprt tlio fowls toinrol'tr-iitH with tlioso who mnnngij thorn? ' Itnnn tvnit from Urn When u outh begins to sow wild uniu it Ih time for fat hor to start the thrashing nmchlno. Farm llfo cnmiot bo desirable uti less the ninnngor mid IiIh family aro contented Avltli tho environment Jinny hnvo enjoyed tho licnullts de- rived from tlio work of tho Farmers Union without knowing frdm whence thoy (5:11110. My Idea of a hypocrite Ih a poradn who tin own mud at a man whi...

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 — 30 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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