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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 October 1910

I m ;! 1 ft A Tflft .- What the Tariff Ha 'Done '' ' i For Mc R J WILSON IN WAN'S COMMONER i In dim intuitu UiP itlff mup(jUo 1 Will In)' ("" Dip I1""' '"' fuudrtinoii 1M principle Hint the law of supply mill dolunml controls In i'prytlilliK. 'flint being Uio onhr labor must bo -measured by that standard n wull Hi m ih itiftimoun i'MH limy lv win .hI from mf Htutlit lu)ks. Tariff Tux nml tlio Homo. A hei-fslritk ruw In laHfNtnxrd 1 !!! fi'lilH il pound ItOllllrv (i t'imtH II IHMllltl iiuil rruiitt or iiiHkIr I" lf cent TIip monk In cooked on il broiler iitrifMiui'tl K) w rout or In fv frying ll..i.l.. ...i.tlmla ..nil t.u itm lllltltl jib iiiimi n iiiuimwint .. im v . . . . . .. ..... i..i.- I....... ...I Cut. ' DIIII III II 111 Miliums nullum i uiu im- r .r? r;::.::i :i.i) nn.i u.o f.mg.pun i t..x.-.i tho Inat forty or fifty yoarB labor In Uio Unltctl States )ins had absolutely o bonoflt from the so cnlled protoc- Nivo tariff Insofar as wages wora con- cerned. Tho wage earner being...

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 — 25 October 1910

HUKIHMKK. .' mri T A - 'h1 l!;( ' . BIRTHS IN SEPTEMBER TOTAL 5415; DEATHS ONLY 1758 Report of State Registrar of Vital Sta- tistics Shows There Is No Race Suicide in Texas. V AUSTINOct 22. State" Registrar of VMul Statistic Clyde S. Smith Fldny jnomliiK propnred lift report tov- the month ot September This roport 18 not onlv tho most promptly gotten out report or the kind Jn tho history ot the department but Is Mr mtuiy rensons the most sutlRftietory ono yet prepared by the stale registrar. Tho epot shows convincingly that tlic registrar Is now causing the city ami county health ofllcials Undertak- ers nml physicians to realize tho ne- cessity or making reliable reports an end toward which tho registrar has long boon working.' The total number or births reported Jg 5.115 the largest number- ever re- ported and or these 2708 are males and 2.8G1 Minnies. Tho number or births or whites reported is 4980 tho number or births or blacks reported is 435 or deaths 300. Two sots or triplets ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 October 1910

Ltniw.nir JL.pi. K nif "mm mm .iiii i ln.Miii'1 Hlw mm mu m mo ijMWtfBW . TTft-t-w te " MV AUH.UNH lHlNtlNrt COMPANY. . 8. AnilMMiu ft II. Ulpfr M. H IIrhm. MAT i.i...M MmithR .I...UHIK1H HUHHItMltrriOK HATKHI .. .Ft... " 00 1111 .. . .......... ..finniimt ndnii thn otmrnntor. ManilliiR or ;mttUon of nny nron firm or enrnowilon which may r in tho columns of tho ueponur wm u M -npon Hi bolng brought to tho attention of Uio fltm. .WW1 lMn pbrtnlnltiR to IiUMiwm should bo iuWcbmiI to thf .Mr or Boma particular dopnrtment and not to Individ- T . i.i- .1 thntr mull will O0t bo OpOUCd. mtts chochs nnd poatoUJco and oxprcsB orders should be ' ... nntMTIMn fWNtPANY payable to mo auiuimi i-n. Jfiiorlt-r- falling to rccolvo tholr paper rdgularly will jmlir a favor upon tho management by reporting mn6 fee buBlncsa office. All pnpors should bo dotlvcred by m:n wwh afternoon and If dellvory IB not made by 7:00 4Blck p. m. report same to tho business office. 1 TELEl'llONES Mtet and Circulation S....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 October 1910

MMMHmM "rf atoMess CvaW$e Sale vs earyX)eT T&es Jft&TavtY S)ew. evui$ fodvaovdv war 'XJaW.s vw 5aV T&etfc&Y&sfc s uxv oxvvovvoo aw& aW. week Aease& avows so)V We mY vevjeVvw W sVaY$as oUAeasoYv. &s a vs Vuwe vew satfuvs aYe mos aY& ou e ooy o suYpV aV oxv tiaYvs oy ve comiw$ yAot rce savAs ou va)e ejeY Vytvovtw. s &rea vjbffi3ft SaVs Saw&s "XXwvvoaVeA ui aW &wxi$ jZ ' V j out evaWfflc6s wjb are tivcfcluv vc acmawis o c bwsuvrj yc far ojcoAgy aucs obct puces u. sxxpw- iaVvcs. 3ma G)BTttvvwQ cMevea vs'tvcvo aWaooas o mevtt xrAvosc auaVUw is vjoucAuiA. ov Vm Wvs. ap.tp. OH TiVi m. TesaW) far owe ne2V.Vias tvrA svoxm vc"sVqv6s act o "vtctbs. )&tvj aayi vc ViuyjV mAvc is UVixicj aa- i Wie sa-ouirjs ia. caw otvVw come WvtowVv out ve'a Ca.Vcwac Sac. 5ov omovroD awa a ucct mc oct ucd attractive narqairvs Vn cyjby aeparmeTvV oj ic sotc. ..i.iL.CimiLiu.f:i..ii ri - oveTauT&ara.is Ztaa a CAiaVW Tnces t will surely Interest the men because...

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 — 25 October 1910

HW MV .( DR. CRIPPEN GOILTY; GETS DEATH PENALTY Jury in Famous Murder Case Finds That Defendant Murdered His Actress Wife. . SOIL CLUES IE CIS JURY OOT BUT THIRTY MINUTES Result Was Never in Doubt; Balloting Mere Formality Crippen Looked Picture of Despair History of Case. II) Associated. I'rcst. ' LOXDOX (Flush). Oct. 2-'.Ir. Crimipn found guilt) today. Jury ns- K-SM'd punishment nt dentil. Courtroom croHilcd with snoetntors ami (rrm. endou's cxrltciiU'iit retailed JUKV OUT THIRTY MIM'TKS. LONDON Oct. 22 The- jury In the case or Dr. Harry Huwlcy Crlppotf charged with the imlnlor of Belle Elniori Crippdn his actress wife re- turned a vordct at half past two o'clotk this aftcjrnoon ilucluring the de- fendant guilty In the first degree nnd assessing his PUNISHMENT AT DEATH The case was glvjSn to the Jury at seventeen minutes rtfter two o'clock and that body of dollherators Was out but thirty minutes. Balloting wns but a formality. The result was a forego.io conclusion. Even the defend...

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 — 25 October 1910

f kttMMHN STATE RESTS III SHUT TRIAL I'HO.SIUTTIISU ATl'OimtYN Tlll'S ' Ml'HINU V MTAHTLINd si urmsi:. SELF DEFENSE PLEA IS MADE Defendant ('latins Dead 31 an wis About to Attack Her with Riuor and She Shot Hint to Sin a Her On n Life. Spot'lnl to Tlio Reporter. WACO Oct. 22 Attorneys for tlio state created a surprise today when thoy rested In the Case or -Mrs. Mlnnto Leo Strelght charged with tlio mur- der of her husband Constable 1). N. Cotton testified for tho state relative to finding tlio revolv- er used by tho defendant but his evi- dence developed nothing material. Tho only witness put on the stand by tho defenso today wns -Mrs. Thomas Kvans a neighbor of the j Sti eights who Bald.tlmt .Mrs. Strelglit ran out and called her Immediately following the shooting crying: JHe was after me "With a razor iintf I had to kill htm." The witness also said that when she reached the Strelght home she heard the man turn over in bed and groan. This contradicts the testimony for the Btnte by ...

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 — 25 October 1910

Sty ifr&gfiV SgsHftV jpsawywiwyf - r y I i. iiiiiim rti.ti vs $ $ 0 ty $ 1 Q 3 3 P I - ft a l.rLM .MI rilllMLNAItS V v v t : o o o o o v I'ri.lU Mum1n)"n Mltlly Mr . Qua iktmiMt. nt Park llotnliln niltlltluii (U lt)nlltiMl Knt'loilRly III Willi1 mi imwnivmvti mrm uj riiiMinmuniu Mimes Kiliiit llrllllinrt. ChIh Shop nl mill .Sum 'Milder liiiw reliiruwl ' tiom Dallas where tlmy HpoiU Sunday nltendliiR tho Hint Fair 0. A. Harris onuie In this morning from Dallas nfler hihmkIIiik Saturday hnil Sumlnv at tlio Stnto Fnlr. i V. L Stntts ami Wife nunc In this morning from Terrell and will spend u week or ton ilnvn In Alillctm tho gileal of the foi'iiu'r'n mother Atni. Emma Stntts. ' ' Alias Alice CoIUhb came In this morn ing from Unlrd nnd will visit her cou- Hln Misa Eunice Collins In Southeast Abilene. A. G. Dauby of Ninth and Walnut who left Saturday nt midnight for Dallas to attend the Stnto Fur return- ed homo this morning rep rtlnj: the InrgCBt crowd In the history of tin As- soci...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 28 October 1910

" i ABILENE SEMI-WfiBKLY FARM REPORTER VWLUKK XXV JllllMtNX TKXAS "KMIIlAY OCTOHKK ft IMf NUMttKH NL TUFT MANIFESTS OOOOOOOODOOQPOODO 0 0 NEW REM FOR IN OOOO OO0CiO OOf CtOttO 0 mm 1 o vim: jukohs hi:tiii:i 0 0 a V 1 V PRESIDENT DESIRES TO LEAVE TARIFF APPOINTMENTS FREE OF PARTY. ACT GENERALLY APPUUDEO Democratic Leaders Also Theodore RooscH'lt do not Hesitate to Fat President on Ills Bulky Hack. i: y Associated Press. WASHINGTON Oct. 27. With tho further desire to koop tho Tariff Board entirely out of the influcnco of politics President Taft In a statoment Issued from the White Houbo today directed that under no consideration Bhnll the Investigators or experts to ho appoin- ted hy tho Board ho chosen on ac- count of their affiliation Wltn tho Re- publican party. " President Taft Is apparently deter- mined to have the soundness of tho Payno-AJdrich tariff law tested from tho standpoint of non-partlsanlsm and his action In the matter has called forth tho hearty approvaKof both Re- pu...

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 — 28 October 1910

m "m"im HI6 OF NE6R0ES f - "! ;" ETHEL LE NEVE cjttfftN case mum KILL WHITE m 1) H KKKMiH AXH I'AHVV ON TMU1 01' LWM'TlliN IS HOW! MVIOHlOt'8 IMHftH MAVIS UI5R.V VKHVttMIWHKNK The Leading Fire Insurance Com Nn Hiwctol HhtuHlcuncfl Nhnlnrr In Atjarrwrf to I'nuOMCtt f Mch Hern Ht ilili TIhio Unit Mhh Hh)h Huthitr KTrhd In CM mtto for Mimtor THhh Ih HI. Ittmlx Tor HiirKlnry. WiA!KH rONCK.U. TIIKMHKI1VK8 IN Ml'SMKH AND WAYLAY THKIK VICTIM. r.MiAMox ix riiioiir oi IIAlVliKY CKil'l'liN 18 All. JIMIUKII INNOl'KNT. IH panies of the World i. m AGQUITTED IKE OF THE NEGROES KILLED ho KrolkcrM Wero Hiding Along Itoiul Tafrcthcr Wlirri Tliey Were At- tacked Posses Scouring Country. 'Special to TIiq Reporter; JMIENHAM Oct. 25 Herbert Hugh- tw aged 27 n prominent farmer ot "Washington county and known Jtliroughout the Brazos valloy wnB "waylaid Bhot nnd killed last night by a gang of negroes nenr whitman. John McClollan a negro and ono of tte assailantB was also killed. Hughes -was occompanlcd hy ...

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 — 28 October 1910

tA Tfim OEMLT HOT UN GUNBOAT A LIBERIE IS T NtiVnliVI-Ht TlHHtoHT TO HK VV l0lititf THKUAV8K MRS. sim ; FMNTS ON STAND AMUSED WOMAN t'OI.I.AI'HliN UK INU CROSS EXAMINATION 11V l'KOHKUUVOH. EVIDENCE FAVORS DEFENDANT Two Men Who Hoarded In Houso "Willi Streight ami Ills Wife Tell of How Ho Abused Her Jinny Times. Special to The Reporter:'! WACO Oet. 25. MrS. Mlnnio Leo Streight charged "with tho murdor ot her hUBbnnd fnlntcd'oit tho witness stand in tho district court room this morning during a cross examination by O. 11. Cross chlot counsel for tho state and before' she had given any now ovldonce. She was given Into tho caro ' of a physician nnd her examination was uspended for tho present Tho burden of tho testimony this morning favored tho defense. Tax col- lector R. F. Ferguson of Bosque county said he formerly rented a room next to iho one occupied by the Strolghts at McGregor and that he overheard MrB Streight tell her husband1 sho would leave him unless he chapped his treat- me...

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 — 28 October 1910

3 J.;W.. OUR CHALLENGE SALE k Is Making Business Boom With the Lowest Prices Ever v- no... w.ntr Look Thl Way! and come and partake of this tempting feast of saving. Here Ye Bargain Hunters Look thi way; .g Ablenes most attractive bargain center. Don't spend a cent of vour money elsewhere. Come straight to the big store to do your shopping where your money will do al- mnWoublework Here are only a few prices which we give as samples to show our ability to undersell. These prices took : Bkc JScffi 4di5 invite youto come and profit by this matchless Challenge Sale A FEW SAMPLE PRICES TAKEN F M OUR BIG CIRCULAR PETTICOAT SPECIAL $4.50 Block Silk Petticoats whllo tlicy last will go at... '.$2 63 STETSON HAT SPECIAL $5.00 grndo Stetsbn hats in both block and whlto lor....3 OO HANDKERCHIEFS 10c Ladles and men's handl chiefs on salo for JAMESf SHOES ;.75.kP$3)0 Ladies DrcBS on sal for $l.lu and $2 25 HOSE SPECIAL 10c LadieB Misses and Men's hoso on salo while thoy last for ... 5c r.ooo pair...

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 — 28 October 1910

f w ma nam mmi mnr lnW Iwwltll" WWII." ...t Ut K r I 4 r HVM)V VNH M.AIWN IIIMi -VHTIMM U' .MTIMKM'8 Mr. Mnity Whs tHJHfrrf Wto'H HwkH f Ul tVUt Olhrr Mlnka OrrHrrftl h Ahnhh .1. V. Ilnmly TronHiirer tiT (ho J. M Radford Grocery Company In nt hl homo on Lytic Make Buffering noma pnln from tlio offectB or nn Injury hUb tnltiticl to the brtok thin morning whon four Bucks or oats foil from n wagon knocking Mr Handy off Ills foot Tho accident occurred nt tho SI 1). McNutt grain store and for nwhtlo It was feared that tho injurry might provo Bo'rlous. Uter when Mr. Handy was romoved to his homo it Was roported that beyond a Bovore wrench and gen- eral Blinking up hlB condition wiitf not alarming. Clnudlo GUI llrulsed. Whllo Dr. S. C. Gngo -was attending Mr. Handy Claudo QUI tho veteran credit man of Rndtords walked In tho Btord hadly tho worflo for nn nccldont he Bustnlned last night nt Anson It appears that Sir. Gill stumbjed In des- cending a dark stairway ntfd took away as a memento o...

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 — 28 October 1910

tm Hi lK MMitMt mmm m mm ll AillMlNK 1'IUNTINfl CUMPANY. tiHAHMMMlKHlit m. H Aniltwm It It. KIHtr. M. it HmH. . ' .'"i UlllliiUllil'lllV UATl'Hi "'V ... ....... k 5 u Munllm i. iln.i.MimM)feM M Utu lomton rourl pnipmtly mimhiIUnI MFsMmvo h li cohvlflod J)r Urlppeti. Dr. Uflppeit Tjnnld Ho bo rt i.i rvoim wreck Ho Imn cause tti bo. Now MOaIco wmttB El INwo cotuiU nmi inny ask Texas o cede II to tii'l. Wo nro liy thin like tho Rood Mother la by Hit bad boy. El 1'hbo don't dCi everything shu should Iml we don't wunt ( give liof tip Keep Texas llko bIiu la. All algns point to democratic ancecHses nil oer the Kntlon. RooBovolt la straining every iiervoin New York state nml iia for flint nrnttor In other stntca to lnnd lila Republican cnndldatea but with n divided pnrty iind n united democracy the odds nie against bliii. The clover Colonel Is n mighty "toxic" nrtlclo however nnd knows how to nppenl to the dear people The dlscilsalon regarding the raising of tlio battlcahlp Mnlno la stirri...

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 — 28 October 1910

ii1 inmnfc mm ii i "" in MOOTED CLAUSE DECLARED LEGAL LEFT HMD VMS AirlTHEO Nik 10 EVERY FNE ACRES fflrnlmV niWiW rnwTlPCrTfcH "Two bottles Cured My HUIJKM WHO W-VYI.AIH WHITIJ . .MAN MONDAY AT MKUK. UMN.OYR IN Oil Mll.l. srtTKHH A IMIMTIi I.NMl'HY coi ion chop ix khvm totwrv HAS HKEX AHUAdi:. Hpu'MIcch Ywtr Old hoy In Kxpreled lo Ho 1'Hhlnrrd Heforo NI&M Oho of HUH In AhuUh dull. loud CftWtil llrhWH Two CORn lH-l.nl. UhIii Ih .AhhM Did .Much (o Rheumatism" OKLAHOMA Hlll'KKMK OOUKT (MKH ON KIMONO WITH IMPORT. ANT MUI.INM TODAY. Meal Conusor HcM KaMI) llnniU Thlntts Krnth County la I.ornl NnulliirlHM. Mini rnnncnor Hero. MWlMiMNMNiMto tfMWMMMMWb PqMa V- r J NEGRO IS DENIED BALLOT "GrRndfathrrM Amendment not Viola- (Ion of t'oiiHlltutlon Declares lll&li pflt Court) It Is Hollovcd tlio Matter Is Now Kndcd. Special to Tho Reporter. GUTHRIE OKLA .Oct. SC Tho Su- promo Court of UiIb stnto today handed down nn lmportnnt decision holding Unit the famous "grandfather clause" to tho B...

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 — 28 October 1910

. L tm TWMiVH "i gg'2LBJ.-AlLlJ.. VJL!!lilJJLJUlLJ-.- l...l''..iUM MwANT ADEtirtwll?MD1t"tllDl'IPE 0LD ME SMjCSS 'I My 8.ivw Vuit Montiy In Mme'wirtTMKKH MJlAH PAWUKNMKH YOlfNtt MAN tin KAHVi AWV18KH U ! Vy4TMMt One. ry n want ai. w r jn.un 4 1KKH OP VHIVAtiO. W Jt'A CLUETT SHIRT WEEK As you pass our windows Ibok in at The Fall Showing of teSHIRTS THIS WEEK ft will give you an idea of the beauty and merit of this deservedly popular brand. Cluett Shirts are made to meet the demands of the most exactirigdressers and that they do it is amply attested by their overwhelming popularity. They are not only the best selling jrts. but the best shirts sold. $150 $2.00 $250 $3 00 and up MINCUS BROS. & COMPANY (Men's Quality Outfitters.) city of moiwy 1 win i"'" $ r whole virM Vlxlfwr to (ho NtHtu. Fair it'HlKlprtil male piR on terms hoi re. iiuirliiK tnh 1'. 0. Forbuu Roberts pnono auic 8.W-I' Hi'tlOtlj HtflHfC H ritPBH CHM! ef MHffcriHK. FARMERS 'nike your seed cotton to tint Mnxwell (lln ...

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 — 1 November 1910

WPRiJiM w.m f . r jyvicr; !' k";. B-ISS -rtrtfii! w r "IBSH ft u w; t-iwi-wcL.RL jg r jump rccruK reH Ti" ' ' ' ' - -' j " ' i i - - . w t f' f f 3 i- f " : V volume xxx. TWO KILLED III RAILWAY WRECK AN EASTDOUND "DAVY CItOCKETT" PASSENGER GOES TIIKO.UGII RKIDME NEAR Y0AKU3I. SPREADING RAIL THE CAUSE Entire Train Except Bear Sleeping Car (Jo. Into Ditch; Passengers IMlve. Miraculous Deliverance From Horrible Death. Special to The Reporter. YOAKUM Oct. 31 W. H. Worley of San Antonio was instantly killed and express mesaenKr .. W. WllllanB seriously injured at' half paBt three o'clock this morning when the famous "Davy Crockett" passenger train of the San Antonio & Aransas Pass rail- road was wrecked near Yoakum llrldge Gives Away. The train aneastbound was pas- sing over a high trestle when a por- tion of the track gave away precipi- tating the entire train except the rear sleeping car into the ditch. The es- cape of the passengers was miracu- lous only n few sustaining minor in-...

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 — 1 November 1910

J U ' u .! ; Km if .n t sH n i n i' ft u t ft - II It ME MBBI FOR GOOU ROADS d HMTOIITANT itfTION WAg TAKEN BY ENTHUSIASTIC HESIDENT IN CITV. OF DALLAS. RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED vftaHBtUtec Appointed lr .Tudgo lVllsou Went on Record IVHh Somo llccommcndntloiiH of Very (Jrcnt Importnncc. iCounty Judge T. A. Bledsoe wlio crctnrncd Saturdny. morning from Dai- Baa -whero he nttonded tho Stato Fair xroporta tho Good Ronds Convention railed at tho instance of the Texas .Commercial Secretaries and the de- partment of highway engineering of athe Agricultural & Mechanical College cas having been a huge success. The attendance was estimated at three hundred delegates attending from as ffar west as El Pasot as far east as iBeaumont and from those counties which He nlong the meanderlngs of iRod River wlillo South Texas was a1so represented. County Judgo II. W. Wilson of Beau- anont presided at the afternoon ses- jsdon Wednesday. During his address .Judge Wilson said there would be csomo movemont...

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 — 1 November 1910

E3K3&53ar V. 5 PRISON COMPETITION WITH OTHER PRODUCTS Stole Depiidmeiit of Labor Statistics (Urea Out Data on Report Made in 1005. AUSTIN Tex. Oct. 2!). To further support Its position that convict-made goods should he labeled as such and- that ft Btatuto should he passed byfiio oxt. LbciBlntilro roiiulrluii thls.lt.he utnto Department of Labor Stalls ' ------- " iiti- ICsTi - - . today have out a statement showing what tho United States Commissioner of lahor in his report or 100i had to say about this matter. The statement of tho commissioner applies directly to the manufacture of Baddle trees nnd yesterday the department gave out a letter from II. F. Pcrty saying that tho business of saddle tree manufacturers business or satiuio tree manuiuciurcrsflqn.itlcs. jn TcxaB has been ruined by tho sale of cohvlct-niade goods In this state. The extract from the report which was given out today follows: "Prison competition with free labor products begnn In the saddle trqe busi- ness In ...

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 — 1 November 1910

I i Miwwc..)tWvitwwwtA-aMtoHaB..iwi.f -..iilfayniiwwwM i lM(tnunjr. M f vi i it k i it Vt I f m If: ir R M n i Ml m vi - j3teNE SEMI-WEEKLY FURM REPORTER f BY ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. SHAREHOLDERS Geo. S. Andorson E H. Klofor M. B. Hanks. J-' SUBSCRIPT KATES : year . Months 88 STARTS TO HOLD ELECTION. ' ElctiUbn of stato officers judge of the Supremo Court Railroad Commissioners etc. Will tic held In 38 ctntes on Tuesday November 8. Maine Vermont Ar Kansas nhd. Georgia have held their Btnto elections bub th two hitter statOB will a week from tomorrow elect Representatives In Congress. Maryland Mississippi Vlr- giann and West Virginia likewise Will elect Congrcss- $1.00 men. Maine and Vermont have already cnoson uimi .50 Congressmen and state Officers in 23 oi mo biumw . ...i r..it !!. Hxlrnta tirn in nn MICCll'll. Ill o UUVUrilUlB UI1U Hill ouim i.vi.i "- erroneous .. - .tenitiiiB or otherB Justices of the Supremo Court nnd minor officiate reflection upon the character standing or ...

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 — 1 November 1910

myww ni uww 7 V e six STEAMER Cf! PRINCE LOST OFF CUBAN COAST SHU VNB CARGO SINK; CHEW AM) PASSENGERS SAVED Wna Hound to Netf Orleans from Jllo Jancrlo nail Carried Coffee to VnlUo Of $lt500Q00. Special to Thts Reporter: NEW ORLEANS Oct. stcampshlp Crown Prince 20 The cnrouto from Rio Janeiro to New OrleanB car- rying n crow and passengers number- ing 40 persona and a cargo or coffeo worth $ J 500000 was wrecked off tho Bouthorn coast ot Cuba according to a cablegram received hero tlila after- noon. Tho ship and cargo were lost but the crew and passengers were sav- ed. LEDDY RESIGNS. Resignation Comes ns Surprise Dc- ennse He Had Just Commenced Prosecution of Clubs. Spclnl to Tl" Reporter. AUSTIN Oct. 29 C. A. Leddy as- sistant attorney general resigned to- day and will become a member of the law firm of Iddy & Clark at Green-1 vllle. His resignation cnhie as a sus- prise for lie had just commenced pros- ecuting a large number of "Sunday Clubs" oVer the state. MACK HAs AN ELEPHA...

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