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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 27 September 1910

HM W p 1 V RANCHMAN 6111 SEHE PENALH TttO-VKAIIH IX JAIIi ami a im KINKAHHKSHKIIAOAINMT JOHN W. AV 10 ACCIDENT AT NEW MOB m. Hill SON SIMILARLY . SOAKED Two Men Convicted of Aggravated Assault In Denton County On Jlnrry II iBlitowcr Trial v Was Very lllltcr rODHISti OAU I'MlNUlJll INTO TANA! (UttHVINU ITH OC (WANTS WITH IT. SIX BELIEVED 10 BE BEAD It Hccins That no Member of tlio TArty Survived to Tell Jloir Many Were In It Four llodlcs Recover cd One Identified. DENTON Stint. 24. One of tho hea- viest penalties oVor Inflicted In a Don- ton county court for aggravated as- sault was given this afternoon when tho Jury In tho case of John W. Day charged with tho above alleged of- fcnBo returning a verdict declaring tho defendant guilty nuil assessing his punishment at .two years In jail with a thousand dollar fine attach- ed Dny who Is a prominent Denton county ranchman Was charged with an assault upon Harry HIghtowor. HIghtowor was tho prosecuting wit- ness. Jerome Day a son of the do...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 27 September 1910

nte iv aMpyiiMwfiw awiiwqWi m Mmtmiuini Jak mmfMiim 11 Dr I IQ ABILENE ffT 1 SfcW ftvVt$ fmV V& T?vq.&YfcWo Vvt. S&tA W llv S A K V.ll wil ARtii in Clinriti I lti I uinliiiiiMiInt Principle of Utitnl mity lrtrt pirH. it it'l tln hhiIh siwAn hi OiMitlior tlioy I'onw t'nrmliitf. i n wliii?I- vIhuhiiih iHirmdnlh vro nitmly plow J Inchon drop. Any plow io tin- limtiKUNiHomit tho Knrin- "nil In nd thvj would w Inn tHjnp In llio fpi 1t tmmifiK In ar Cooperative Donimtntrutlah Worlt nr" "'" H '"" n'"1 lf nNmvod liy.nlly Hitttow not ihtiro limn Inolips in Mm MiMittiorn HlnUm It ynn found i'lmV Hiov will III! u milt iin con-; drop." Hlitht wwn f breaKIng In tiiH-wwiii-y hi outllno Mouio of thu mil- int"ibU limits nnd fod In nil put- ( OiMfthnr In rnimtm where frotB pou- thiriuntnl principle or mind fnrmliiR l0m or " l l1 lIiiilinl corn.pro- Hrnto 3 or I fret deep Ik bettor for nnd in Minim dmt Uu tutor or hi''(lu'u nM'n "' tu" """'" the hntuuil nmiini-o noniB tliiiu plnwiiiH to u...

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 — 27 September 1910

yw infi i m in Dim TOM SAN Mil 96614 REV. ft T. L s mm mils T III HANDS OF LAW far buekache rheumntlnm kidney or btnililer trouble tml urlrtnry irrcRulnrltlM. Foley' Kidney PUU purify the blood restore lost vitality nnd vigor. Refuses whs tlut MoLKM .'HASH DKIHI FO. r ERSTWHILE MAYOR DG WOO! 73.91 OWED B SO ( I.AMO (TIV .MAkliM INCUKANK OF HW KR WKNT AMI I'Ollt W01ITII 171.7. GALVESTON CENSUS 36981 Prsctlnilly Reenters From Effects or tlio Storm Flood to-Texas tJoncnilly Dlstrlh- "ntcil. WASHINGTON Soi)022 Tho Coil- bub Ilurcaii tonight nnnomtcod Uio po- pulation of San Antonio iut DG.Gll us compared with 53321 lit 3 900 an in- crease of 13293 or 812 pur cent. Tho population of Port Wortli was also nnounced. It showed 73312 us compared with 20088 in 1900 a gain of 10024 or 171.7 per cent. Galveston Figures. Tho population of Galveston Ib an- nounced ut 30.9S1 ns compared with 37789 a tlecreaso of SOS or 2-1 per cent Those figures in collection with those of Dnllas and Houston are im...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 27 September 1910

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Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 30 September 1910

Y f ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER 4 "ii I in VWMJMK XXX aiRt ht- -. lltl.i:Mt T1JXAS NUHAt. NKIrKMHKH M INN M MHKK H6. K' JORDAN Jury Declares Him Guilty of Second-Degree Mvirdei INSANITY PLEA WAS IGNORED Failure of State to Prove Malice in Killing of Dink Braughton Made Sentence Light. 'We. the jury. And the defendant Mnrshall Jordan guilty oC murder In Iho ttccond degrco and assess hlB punishment at conlhicment In the state penitentiary for twenty five years. (Signed) Louis T. Ward. Foreman. (THURSDAY) Thus tersely end's the most impor- tant murder case 'tried In the present term of District court so far tvs Tay- lor -county la concerned. Marshall Jordan has been tried founds guilty and his punishment assessed; the next stop presuming Unit a motion for now trial Is overruled will bo hofofo tho Court of Criminal Appeals. ' The jury In the Marshal Jordan caso returned the above verdict at half past pine o'clock this morning after hav- ing beett custodians of the testimo- ny of t...

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 September 1910

tn BpiHTippWiii miWii imS W tWft '.iihi.iii. I niji Hnijl'nirnliU! n L Ji(ni(t'l pilflTtlW imwy" "ii"iii. wwr . 4 ' '1fttiltf"l'"i$fiP " HASKELL EKE OPEN MEETING GITY COUNCIL WATEfl SHIPPED TO MANY TOWNS IS VICTORIOUS OHVEZ I t CONTINUED OIED THIS MOONING The Leading Fire Insurance Com panies of the World Represented by 4 Motz & Curtis Jimili: I0!I. MA US II l.li (1KANT8 (OYNNUVNCK IN THIAli I'NTHi TOMORROW i in: m.i.n .shortly for nu: AHVAMI.XKNT AM) MOOD OF KNTIIIK riTY t'OMMIHHIIKMiU WILLIAM H.VYM 81'I.ClAl UATK8 HAVE IIKKN GRANTED MVN WHO FLEW OVER THE AM8j WAS TIMI HKUIOt'HI.Y IV.11'11. KH TO HtniVIVK WILL WEEDZQliV WITNESSES WILL WELCOME SUGGESTIONS THE SITUATION IS SERIOUS MUCH REGRET IS EXPRESSED Mairitell Declare Government Huh No Chho u All AkhIiihI 111m 1a Conlldciit f an Acquittal? Jury In llu Cne. Ohjrrt Is to .Make Meeting MI-oo FenM" .Hatter of Resort olr For .More Water Is . . v . Brought Up. While Mr. M'llltutns Ittl .Not JHU'ntlon Hither Amarlllo or Children?) ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 30 September 1910

vahr rune FARMER STABBED WILL LIKELY OIE I'UTTIMI .rr. MTIMIN MUlt TKXAIIKAXAl till! AMili(lKI) lilTTINT AIIIIKNTMI WHITE PRISONER IS BEATTEN Under Curo of Hectors as ItoMilt of Hp.cro Whipping Charge! FIIimI AiraliiMl OuTM-or of Farm nml n CoiiiinlsNldncr. TtftFL-W' Special to Tlu Uopoitor TKXAUKANA Sopt. 28. Henry linker aged forty yearn was stabbed nnd probably fitfully wounded this morning nt tin enrly hour nnd James IC. Dubois nnothor farmer was arres- ted nnd lodged In Jnll charged with tho Btabblng. The affray occurred nbout five miles east of bore. It Is reported that tho two men became. Involved In a dispute 4i8 tq the ownership of some farm ina- chinory nnd that high words followed. The stabbing was tho outcopie. Lato advices from tinkor'u homo are to tho effect that bo is In a critical condition and mny not survive his lp- J""68- I' Ajfc White Prisoner Whipped. Special to The Iteporter. CLEUURNE Sept. 28. David Pol- lock a whito man Is In the county jail hero under the ca...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 30 September 1910

iHm WMf- f -- "L 4 MtUE 5EM1-WEKLY FMM REM MY AIIII.HNM 1'ltlNTING COMVASY. ftHAMKHOMtKHtft On tt. Atulnmin 15 tl. Kioffr M. W. tlntrtin. si'iwrMirrioM iiut.si s rmr . Mi Months It IIMIlHMl 1100 .60 A erroncotm reflection upon tho character standing or Testation of any person firm or corbprntloh which may In tho columiiB ot Tho Reporter will ho gladlr cor- rMied upon Its being brought to tho attention of tho firm. Letters pertaining to bUBlncsB nhould bo addressed to tho otr or somo particular dopartmont but not to Individ- Mis as in their absence tholi mall will pot bo opened JBrafta checks and postofflco or express orders should be payablo to tho ABILENE PKINTlNU uuairAwi. mUt TELEPHONE!" Wvtlsu and Circulation. S. W. -7; Roberts o-7.0ne UIng Editorial Office. Roberta 1G1 urd aa accond claus malt al Abilene. Taxas uctooar 14 1008 PETERING OUT. Crnsb smash rushing guBhlng came mo on utio up the hundreds of feet of piping flush with the surface; then rising for fifty foot Into the a...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 30 September 1910

wiii in! J-.!"" E OU can Choose Your Fall Suit From 50 New Styles E This Week. A Wooltex Tailored Suit Will Prove a constant source of satisfaction to you. Choose one of these suits that is becoming in line and color and your suit troubles are over HKMlUll IMM'KI'.T IN TAKEN li K0f.l.UWlN(l n.OHK Of JOHDAX CASK. UNO SUIT ON TRIAL TODAY for two seasons at least. JUDG RESUMES 01 tf IlrMlltig Arm j- of I.ihI Talent Is Emplojcd stylo of Suit (Jamhlo Versus 'Martin Governor Pardons 0. Stewart Hl 334 CfWillMnl 1010 hr i Tfcc li uuck vo.J (THURSDAY) In District court yesterday nftor- noon cv j)nrto Homer L. Enstcrwood was heard boforoitho court who gran- ted tlio lattor's petition for tho remov- al of disabilities as a minor. Land Suit on Trial Today. The cast) on trial today Is styled E C. Gambia versus George. B. Martin et al. Gamble icsldos In Pueblo Colo. and Martin is u resident of Stonewall county. The BUlt Is for the specific performance of contract on the sale of four league.) of K...

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 September 1910

f1V Ml sock it ti any Hd nrni II nm wntlH Hnw H mitt hiw Utw wfiiwil n dt Uiu tni tammaii Mincihrn liW tuf uwhw hj hfthtf In thHf j inunvm. wivbrruiu minMfnl( tHNjMr Imuw m vr -.. urtml irt n il mil NCfimlliiK linnnii v lfi iwlrt itwi (n hu viiiwi tium)n (m MNiuiinHinii rcrniHi iif .intuitu m Uiti mtrpnn "" " li- bfi lou Hvitllli wnt;i lm rapdot nlmttnlr. which h ivore Um limit llninili) Iji I'rfMilViih nn tibniiolr It liftim n mulilm-d ioIiI Hinrnuo Killing nun rruuniou pitiui He Miihl ttint thin tiiMllUittoii Ik inns 1101 UTON 1Vv Hi-il S" Al llifi Hf-Mi!ntnltivt uiiil Hint l Itunirr-ri . .v11.4l.tutt.it .tr 'l'iiit.litu tttilllt.ti nrittttti jtlitnii tiumln flip tlm titmili Tint III 'iivkipiii in 1 (h'pmii n 111 iMuinn'iif.""" ......... .... ..... ....-.. .... ... ir lli( atitihnl conference of lln Tuxiik) Rpifcllrth iliHluiiln are Ulntitlcnl Willi Hcnllh ortlrni-H. which hint been III those of tin United Slntott (lovpnlinent I prpgrp lnri for two liiHt two iluyv.l nitcl tio rroo...

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 September 1910

VAuV M't1 " 6 I (IS : : a : j $ o wi'iOMi. i.i:ori: o o o o o o Pi O TT O i MntfniHl U Hnln Jl row nlnlit W fl I O i"l.WVHIM p1 80 -ripiiinmi AiMnw twin th MfiNMnltant nt iiihui Mxm lit n im by imnuiin lm W tit ntTWl Hifli n iniHilwi f iihmI u jAiPWny in in nonnm nmno or win Iw cUHsiwl ollhor today ftp in tii si'Tlt. Tim awir wn I in .1 nnd uiorniw Atiturm llm number ftrt anlil tit Una Ht'ix wr.ru nlwiyii ilrtiiRfnniH in ho vrol rtPflnitrniiMrs uinl trim itlthfitiult limy t'tmttt not lilt Hit Imll .wittum vim will o its InniUnmn fur Kiili'i' tlm Aincrlrati AHHOnintiou re yeoiiinii. "?: OOOOOOo rn"li won III oxri'llotu fmnu iitMtllDKi Ttwro In Mill a ilctlith of mnchlnli III' V H Itl'H Wit 1 11100 111 t H. C eve- itlnntlii I lie MUD llmtiin to in urn com lnu liuul funk n liking to tin- Out von of III to the local station Mid Hie lirftltcU- Mollitln n youngster making ten lilts es. lit rnol It Is MM Hint men of or wlili'H Uijoto opmbod out Htteo Hln- iiructlcitlly nil tntilri- ctm sec...

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 — 30 September 1910

mnuiw'mww ' wwummmm pi)" p biiw'M-M"'-ji"'i mpp-Pip-v-iiiLi in.. i hiWWj.. Jgr755r M i-i mi- i -i.inii run ii i. ' i iV-t i i '"" ' 'J'""""""" ' "" ... .!. hi ' !' m ..... '' ' ' "'-" ' "" ' .'..'. lZll aBfev : m m Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter's k SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION OFFER In order to induce our subscribers to pay back dues and one year in advance and .to secure new subscribers we propose to give ABSOLUTELY FREE A Pair of SPLENDID SCISSORS or abeautifully DECORATED PLATE to every one who will pay up back dueVand one year in advance or to every one who is not now taking the paper and will pay one year in advance Thus you will get for your foliar the SemiWeekly Reporter one year and a pair of Scissors or a helutiful Rose Plate either of which Luld cost you at retail price almost as much as you are asked to pay to tne two This 5 no catch oTfakefyou know the Semi-Weekly Reporter is worth $1 00 a year and yjm .i ' . !. i. .- 'i wn.fioi -Ptoo TVite nflr will he withdrawn November 1st 191...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 4 October 1910

4 SEMI-WEEKLY f AJBM REPORTER " 1. tOLI'MIt XXX. UHI.KNE TEXAS rniSDW ori'UMKK I 1H10. NUMIIEU Wt ABILENE -s. " ' " 1 m jk - r - 2ll BALES GINNED 10 DATE REPORT ISSUER TODAY PLACES CHOI TO DATE UNDER that of ioo. AVERAGE SHOWS FALLING OFF Effects of September's Drouths In Cotton 0 rowing States Makes Itself Felt; Total Crop be About 11000000 Wales. ' By Assoclntod PrcBh: WASHINGTON D. C Oct . 3.-Tho Census Ilureau's cotton crop report which was Issued Saturday and made public tilts moruiiiBi 'u""'- ;- 211 bales have been ginned from the growth of 1910 compared with 2GG8- 1C0 for l0i). Those figures include the number of bales ginned up to Scptcm- The repot t goes on to state that the total 1V10 crop will bo Binaller than that of 1009 with a noticeable falling off in Te.ns. Genoral estimates place tbo crop at eleven million bales. Atcragc Shows Falling Off. WASHINGTON Oct. 3. The aver- age condition -of tho cotton crop of 1910 up to September 25 is 65.9 per- cent omal. compared with ...

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 — 4 October 1910

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Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 4 October 1910

" tUHf f A ruies rw WIVES Ye Whlh H Amlin aswe rmlnlf Advlee io Huibsrid Homo prMnnipttimm Frenchmen itil Itohcrt n Hut of comumnilhientu for vflrw ono of which inn ".Vow nutl then acknowledged gracefully Hint thy httttwintl known more nboui hoiiiq things thnn thou After nil. thou nrt not Infallible." A second and si III more 'taring rule for wive. was "Noror bo nggrcMlro In thy arguments with thy husband but always consider him it superior to thoo." This wan too tnilch for French feminists and no wonder Ono lady answers the presumptuous mnn indignantly: Tbo wenker sex bus not merely dtt' ties; It hns also rights. Feminism Ii advancing nnd nothing will stop It The wenker Ser Is the equal of the sterner Equality fororcrl flero nre the commandments which voraen op .pose to those of men. The lady (hen gives her rules for husbands with more spirit thnn logic: Woman bns o right to have jyhlms; 5t la a privilege of her sex. Never put her out She might have hysterics which would impair her...

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 — 4 October 1910

9mm ! - - -fTin 4 KILLED; 19 INJURED IN VANDERBILT RACE ft Appalling Price in Human' Life Paid for Automobile Speed Contest bi& fclftn-FAfin Mut hw linlrj HmltirM Th ntaf llhithtf twin lhrili A llnmii Kjiifltm for HncU Hlntio xm lull I limn lnhl wlteeln In my lirnd. Tim blood tu My vciti lmn iiilniiM murn tuiddly Niw hit Kd MlHl-r In ISrnlh rmmiy tMiulil no tun fnrm mom In TnyUir cimiiiy nMlided by Ihqj u u mi ihIiiohIIvo mmmmml mm tfond r"ip1o of Abilene could do NoVr jimt should bu lipprcpiltd liolli liy tlm NEW YORK Ijrang Island Motor Park way Oct. I. IAur killed nnd nineteen stvrlOiiBly Injured tliroo of them proba- bly fatally wiis tbo price of human llfo pnlri today for tho rtlittli rtihiilng of the Tmidorbllt up raco won lii electrify- ing fnshlon by Tlitrrj Grant driving n jju-horsopownr Alco. The killed! MATTHEW It BACON mechanician -for Ilurold Stone killed when Colunibln cor No. 12 plunged over iv bridge spun nlng Westbury Road. CHARLES MILLER meelmnlclnn for XouIh C...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 4 October 1910

:x?'H?r ;ir tc" x ( i t- r -i1mT EIGHTH SESSION Hi EDGES with ii:ii:(in:s prom m:iu.v lll'TV UOVIMINMKM'M th AIMUHII1.NUT0N. ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT 1'rof Charles It. llt'iiilorson of Clilcu&o Unlu'rully Welcomes Relegates and Outlines PoIIcIch and . Alms of Congress By Associated Press: WASHINGTON D. C Oct. 2. Tho keynote of tho eighth International . Prison Congress was Btruck this oftor- iioon by Professor Charles 11. Hender- son Professor of Sociology of the Uni- versity of Chicago who is tho President of the Congress After welcoming the delegates from nearly fifty dlffcront governments of the oarthi Professor Henderson spoko in imit uh follows: "Tho Prison Congress agrees on the following things: Wo believe that chil- dren should iicvor be sent to prlsqn with adults; that (he ancient penal procedure should bo fundamentally modified In their caso; that young de linquents should receive a certain amount of education under the paternal supervision of the judge or of a spe- ci...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 4 October 1910

W APB InA mm mmmmmmmm & -. 1 i V f . LOS ANGELES TINES BUILDING DYNAMITED Dastardly Attempt to Destroy Printing Plant Results in Frightful Loss of Human Life. 2Q SUPPOSED TO HAVE PERISHED Explosion Early Saturday Morning Wrecks Structure and So Rapid Is Spread of Flames that Employees Are Unable to Make Their Escape. LOS ANGELES Oct. 1. At an early hour this morning before the night forces of the newspapers had finished theirvigil a terrific explosion oc-' curral somqwlioro in the Log AngolOs Times building. In an instant the structure was a mnsgpf flames and dozens of men woro writhing In ngony Homo- of them hilled outright and o thcrs hurt more or less seriously. At daybreak the number of dead wnjs estimated at 20. In a few minutes after the explos Ion the police arrested two men and they are being hold for Identification. 0 Anii'union rnper. The Los 'Angeles Times Is one of the very few great dally papers In the United States which- havo held out against the Typographical' an...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 4 October 1910

pa mmi 85 Mt nf 1 f m A ?! $ v r s? Democracy Hpowli of Judge Alton II Pit! iter de Itvcrtnl lioftiw llio N'tnv York Hltilo l)o mwrnWd convention tit Udehesicr Hop. tfUnbor 20 ""Tim IU'inocmtlo putty stands eon- 'runted wttli tltu uuitnftitntly Wirt tho duty to render patriotic puhlla wr- vico of llo first Magnitude. Tho Withers bulldod for us 11 government under tin control of the people. Into tio CdiiHtltmlon they Incorporated IliUBd great principles of libel ty tin "denial Of which hud been tliu cause ami the Justification of tho revolu- tion. Thny so divided tho powers ol Clovornihent no to guard against exe- cutive usurpation; put R beyond the powor of nny buvo the people them- selves to amend tills Constitution and nnt down to enjoy tho blessings' or il government of law not of men. "This vnj lpns man a century and a quarter ago. Today there are po- litical puiphets in other lands who pre- dict for us a speedy coming of the dic- tator. There are In our beloved count ry advocat...

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 — 4 October 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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