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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 November 1910

COMPLETE VOTE OF THE COUNTY CAKYAHSUI) 1IY COMMISSlONfejtS COURT AM KNTllKi:!) ON TUKIlt M1NUTKS. BEST VOTE CAST WAS 1211 .jwn 'ijWKBBaiwaeagawasawiJ'Lj m n i OroCH tit iiiixtiiitiiiiniiMii 88 AuRfRdor Manly l(i ! f m n 1 1 llOS Nntnliid tit iMixiiiHitimiii 88 Treasurer Christopher ColuiiB ltltittilitt ilMMMMt MMiitilMlM 1100 89 Surveyor' Hlnoy -tiitiiiiii Hupt. Instruction White . ...1003 Nobles 88 Public yighcr .. Ross ... ..820 In Unco for Congress Soclnllst Votopottor t .... 83 mks Inrgcr Tlian Two Years I Ago; the Democrats L'nsily Wn. ( kit lfnllhH HUH ill Jill iinii'Di Comm. Precinct 1 ( Eubank 510 Splcor " .-. 22 Commissioners Court In Us yestor- day's Bosslon besides approving tho bonds of all county ofllcors canvassed tho vote cast In tho recent election and entered the results on tho mtn-J utes. Complete- flgurS from tho county Bhow that tho highest vote polled was 1211 In the race for Congress. Smith Democrat received 1004; Wobb Re- publican 70 and Harvey Socialist 77 ma...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 18 November 1910

psflP!W?"PPlpwapflfB m - OMHL I4i.lv Nm she. Hi a WANT AD. BT HI6HER COURT T0DATMiy 8rtVe Vou M0llcyjl Wnyrt Tlwii One Try n V Verdict Vtm Trlnl Ossrl In Which UWIHlAMl TM IJflHTinCH Will 'J'hcwfnro aisml Tho IlPjHirtor Ib lit receiptor Uio """A following telegram from District At-11 VA 10 B tornoy W. 1'. Mnhnffey under n Anfl-iMMllLR V tin (Into lino: '' an i "Rube Pnytou cftao Wns today tit- MlK'il.UI firmed by tho criminal court oi np- STATE ncnlB. (Signed) W. P. Mnlmffcy. DUY s Tho Pnytou case Wont up to tno liKNE liUiinf nmirin ttomo days ngO and It i " ..... llu -.. ..LI was understood that " uocisiun wumu bo hnndod down Inst Wednesday. Tho defendant. Rubo Payton a pioneer re- sident of this county wna convicted In District Court beforo Judgo Blnnton of tho killing of 9. 0. Hackley his brother-in-law and sentenced to servo seven yenrs In tho Btnto penitentiary. Ho was defended by Cunningham and Sowell and J. M. Wngstaff. The Dis- trict Attornoy J. F. Cunningham and Harry Tom K...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 November 1910

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER TOI.VMK XXX. AMII.KNK TEXAS TUEHfl.tr NOVEMIIElt IHIO. NUMBER 1ML 4. CLOUDS OF WAR NOW HANG OVER MEXICO Revolutionists Are Shipping Guns and Ammunition In and Preparing to Attack Chihuahua HUNDREDS KILLED AT ZACATECAS Soldiers Mow Rioters Down and Leave Their Bodies Lying in the Steeets -Fight Reported Near Del Rio Uf. S. Army in Readiness- to Preserve Neutrality EL PASO.-Tcxas Nov. 21. Day by day prospects fop a general revolution In Mexico becomo more and more alarming. From all over the Republic de- spite a strict censorship reporta of fighting are reaching the outside world and It now seems likely thntirebelllonof no mean proportion Is about to break out. t A report Is current here today that largo numbers of rifles and quanti- ties of ammunition are being shipped Into Moxico from Texas towns. Three men in charge of a shipment which wont through today stated openly that they were revolutionists. CHIHUAHUA IN DANGER A message received from Chlhua...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 November 1910

hi M4RTW& illl " REVOLUTIONARY STIRS MEXICAN REPOBLIC Scores of People Killed in Disturbance At Puebla Reports Say. a- POLICE CHIEF SHOT -US DEATH IS SIGNAL FOR TERRIFIC RATTLE. ACTIVITY NOTED ELSEWHERE BOTolntloliIst nt San Antonio Texas Issncs Mnnlfcsto Threatening An Anll'Dliu Movement. i D3XICO CITY Nov 19. From all ovor Mexico como reports of activity .on tho part of tho rovolutlonnry or an-11-Dlaz element. It has been author itatively said thati tho recent demon- stration against lAmerlcnnB In tho -Republic have really been efforts on 1 tho part of disgruntled persons to latlr wp strife that might be turned ''to tho detrlmont of tho Diaz admln--totratlon. Disturbance nt Tncfolo. Tho most serious of theso disturb- ances occurred at Pueblo Friday. -Prom reports received hero It np- jicars that a crowd of nntl-re-electlon-lBts were holdln ga meeting In a largo "hall there. Chief of Police Cabrera Ticard of tho gathering and at tho head of a force of policemen and ru- ralea st...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 November 1910

IMtll! Til MI j:nhianis imupkhism. IT'S AMi OVKR I M II K Mm. Phillip Btmwdon In Nw York American When Americans como to England and spin In nutoin'obllcfl nlong green InncB mid past hodgoa surrounding dnlnty coWngoa they should thank Goil that they do hot lmvo to Bleep In thcao cottages Thoy aro oxtrenio- ly unamiUnry. Seventy thousand pobplo dlo ovory your from tubercu- losis nnd 300000 arc Buffering from It. This lorrlblo nmount of dUonuo is caused by a lack of conveniences and decencies of life. Fresh air and sanitary surroundings arc needed. Tho duko of Northumberland who is tho chairman of tho Royal Sanitary liiBtltuto and who Is continually ex- horting tho people to lovo tholr. country and to be patriotic opposed a housing bill In tho houao of com- mons. Ho said tho providing of cot- tages was not Important The North- umberland city bench ordorcd twenty of his cotitages closed bocauBa they wore Unsanitary. Ho later said that rooms would not bo closed because thoy wore unsanit...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 November 1910

& '3 I? " : i MM SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER HY ADIt.RNI-3 t'MNTlNO COMPANY published Rwrfy Da. SUHSCJRll'TlOK KATK8I ................ .ll.Ofl jfK IBOHU1B HtkMtMMM ' JOntorod na second oImb mail at Abllono. Texas October 14 1003. T1IK IMJMOCUATIC IIOIHJK AM) 1MIK8IDBST. Mr. Taft will have to trcnt wUJi n divided Congress .during tho Inst two ytarfl of his administration. That Is difficulty tlmt has besot no president since Mr. Clove- land quitted tho Whlto House. It 1ms been tho singular Tpjod fortune of Republican Presidents to lmvo both Iouscb of CongresB In control of their party and It Is undoubtedly more duo to this cfrcumBtanco than Is gen- erally appreciated tlm. tho RopubllcanBJmvo gained their reputation fdr "doing things." Tho democratic party xcste under tho Imputation of being tho party of great promise but of little performance. Probably It has ...n i..irrni inmn nf tlmt ronutntlon by Its fnc- Uonnl dlssonslonsj but whpn one roflccts that tho Demo- cratic party hrs en...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 November 1910

pirn; rint h4 y FAMILY MURDERED max win: AMI - aim: hiiot AM house k SET ON fire. By Associated Press: . MARYV1LLE MO. Nov. 21. Oda Bubble n fnrniorllvlhg nenr Bernard Missouri his wlfo mid two children wero shot unci killed nt their homo last night by an unknown person Tho mtirdoror then Bet ftro to tho houao to conceal his crime. ma IcRlMnliiro In eslabllshlnR four till trlct agricultural schools rot the edu- cation of Iho hoys nnd girl Ho do- ctored thnt tho TcxiiB boys hud made n nohlo beginning In producing '"(ir- ntid bettor corii. nnd It wna now tho .duty of tho elnto to lirovlcto ngrlcul- TWO CHIIiDKHN jturnl schools nnd ndvnnco tho work BY UNKNOWN PARTY H GRIPPEN 1ST llli WEDNESDAY already begun. Those bcIioOIh ho sold tiro nocdod to BUpplcment tho work.jiOJfE of tho Agricultural and Mechanical college and to tench the boys nnd girls somotlilng of tho occupation that many of thorn aro to follow In life. 1118 remarks wore heartily" received by a largo nssomblngQ of represent...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 November 1910

nnnx 1 Official Sworn Report of the Condition of the Four Banks of Abilene as Shown at the Close of Business November 10 1910 l u n Itr-port of tlie Condition of the mounts aw Mintcii.vvrs x.v tlOXli HANK at Abilene In the State of Tuxob nt tho c!oj4o of hnslnrSfl November 10th 1010. RESOURCES DOLLARS Loans nml Discounts .....$3.13131.21 Overdrafts Bocnrod and Un- isocurrd 73S0.5i U". S. tlonda to secure cir- culation 100000.00 V. S. Bonds to secure U. S.' Deposits .. 100000 U. S. Bond!) on hand..... 33.C00.00 Premiums on U. S. Bonds.. 2000.00 Bonds Securities etc 16500.00 Banking house Furniture and Fixtures ............ 11500.00 Other Heal Estnto owned.. Duo from National Banks (not reservo agents) .... Duo from Stnto and Private Banks and Bankers Trust Co's. and Savings Bnnks Duo from approved Reservo Agents . 88888.70 Checks and otlior Cash Items 10253.39 Ex. for CI nrlug House.... Notes of other Nnt'l. Bnnks Fractional Paper Currency Nickels and Cents... .. Bills o( E. on Cotto...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 November 1910

rm. hkyiw rf r DEW PASTOR AT ST. PAUL rev. c. jf. woomvAiw occupies HIS PULPIT ru THE first run: "FAITH" SUBJECT OF SERMON Fnlth Defined us Childlike Confidence In God Christians' Attitude To. ttnrd Him Should Do Hint of Child to Father From Monday's Daily: Rov. C. M. Woodward the nowly ap- pointed pastor of St. Paul Methodist church occupied Ills pulpit for tho first tlmo Sunday morning. After ma- king introductory remarks to thq con- gregation tolling them that ho was determined to do his best in the fear of God during his pnstorato and np- pqnllng to them to put their trust In the Lord rather than their own strength ho preached on the subject of "Faith." His tet was tho 11th verso of the 22nd Chapter of Mark And Jesus answering salth unto them Have Faith In God." A synopsis of his sermon follows: "If I wore called upon to give n de- finition of faith I would say Jlint it is a childlike confidence in God. A child believes everything that its fath- er says. If we as Christians woul...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 22 November 1910

Wl"MMMM ntem. i 'MWMI H 4M.-S: WNlftW'Hl "' ftTTMWm mil mill mi ii tlKiIHWW awks'uuu SaVl Swcials oy WvvsAPeeVl HI FIUN CHITf FMIER EJ DEU6HTED WITH COUNTRY 5"wv&s vuew TDvaxxm I i .mil ii i moiwmnl.i Dc ftve vis veeeX)e4 out vv Tvaxrt. ooyv &y& Ib&WwvWci ao weeks o. 'G.tv$ oYie. (voy Wme Viefave. iaaks$vv)tfv$ fce ave o.ws o oev vess eau pieces oy Wivee. &as a otie-Yvttv Uss vaxv acVaaY)aue. de. assoY CVottvs "SaVAe Cows Tfrtsstv axvi S&eo&v& Scavfc. "SVve ooms. IVxe ave vci wtoYv z xse-Y o tlt Vmti awi 4 p.vpavY Vxv Apvqw Yom vovvax ova fc)fc sesw. owe save a mvs TTT?? . v irajffzirrr: g. I ill W ' . I . A I ft . rMl Vi WkM BBS BPm? fSll aEm&xKmxm At. vv . frt .iV ' ii. . rt 1 C fxW t ma- S V r? -"':1!' -' '."t" - C1 Ume oUys move xaxv- ve oxnwQ o ve 4coq vtv svvpm&T axvL sVyotl dvscowvl o 20 v& ten tou Vb Voxn tvcjj StCMTB W VVTSI CWVCB. 30T OVLT- pleasing you for woftre sat- ithcs wearers with the ftilcndia !You can easily flim your an...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 November 1910

y A ABILENE WEEKLY FARM REPORTEI ABlMtNK TKXA9 MtlUAY S'OVEMHER 2ft 1111 VOLUME XXX. Nneinnt Ihi SEMI 44 BAPTIST BUILDING OPENED TO PUBLIC MORE THAN 2000 PEOPLE ATTEND. 1 THANKSGIVING SERVICE ' IN NEW STRUCTURE TODAY SERMON BY DR. G. W. TRUETT Tliq Mlgn'iwfrcnt Building and Tito First ..Pipe Organ Installed 'la This Section of tlio Stato Do- ' lighted All Present. (THURSDAY) The magnificent now Baptist church building the prldo of Abilene and doubly the prldo of the' members of the congregation was thrown open tp the public for tho firs' ttimo this Snornlng at 10 o'clock In tho presence of more than 2000 people. Tho pres- ent seating capacity of tho building was taxed but there Is room for sev- eral hundred more seats than were available today. Not only wore 'all present delighted'Wlth tho splendid ar- rangement of the building and its oeauty but tho great pipe organ the first which has been installed any- where in this section of tho state was heard with delight and appreciation wh...

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

jityy-fyHiHWrr -jaMM s y & aK Tf ir-- -n-J; i Winning Somebody to Chrtt Serine Baptist The audience at tlio First Baptist -ehurch Wednesday evening filled tho tfcouse to overflowing. Every sent and available Bpaco was tnken. Tho sing- ling was Inspiring and Dr. Gcprgo W. Train's sermon was grand. Tho largo .audlenco hoard tho matchless preach with rapt nttentlon and to groat -profit A deep Interest In tho mat- ter of rollglon was manifested. A .number asked tho Christians to pray 3or thorn and two young ladles made professions of faith. Tho Reporter is pleased to presont Id its readers a stenographic report of Dr. Trultt's Tuesday night sonnon -which was furnished by w. H. Gra- ham official reporter of tho 42nd Judicial Court. ' . Scripture reading from tho 1st Chap- that as wo study the blblo ono of Iter of John's Gospol. John 1:29-60: .the evidences coming to tho throno TEXT: Ono of tho two which heard 1 with marked insistence and power John speak and followed him was disclosi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 November 1910

r Mk JWsH S SnP epsss; tinlf It la rolmll uirtnioMtlilo lo the old country church and one night o at thin hour of Might but Bomo-'i aA. IU looking nt mp It was too uiiiiK liroHRQS wo mm it n great unu waicu UKum mm n wub .. ..... r -.i....-.i ........... .....t ono o'clock. Ho nulUtt on hie rain f " "rotit hi Bucck And till coat ami initial on his bootn nnd onon- J S got W from ymr i?S i nIr .fn WL n """ ' Oo.ll thoy arc dying In Bight lllfit l E.r ft ft J?irii' or bhttrchos for lovo thoy arc dy tho night ono oc Dot H that morning . Ab from th Mlf of ove. X iZV viS SimiM? n- hnjThoy Aro dying In UallaB for the lack after block flaying to himself nB hoL. . .. 0iv(te into tim 'of .... ..i. .i... ... ...tit .. t n.n Ol iuvu. nvy in is aiumui unu mu ;l. .7 n 71. n' whoso dnrknOss will ncvor 51nm.lIcmn-. li r n.hrcnk for tho lack of lovo. Thoy aro S lL JtA hf .In nnnl B& into tllO gulf from Which they n irm ? ?iaB.?nL' f M wiU Have dellvoranco never for the SELF fcn wK f nfn S? i "J ...

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

n mi 1 1 ul.il.MiT-gry riiirii.riiipTirT7irr miffiTOPiIiiiiT5Wi gw f nt itj fiiN 1 1..1 . .ujj) ijj. jffjjijn ' 'If !"i '!W7!.' .A Jf 1 GREAT SACRIFICE OF FALL GOODS Dfecp Cut Prides In Every Department Your Money Will do Double Duty Here I A Big Sacrifice on Ladies Suits $10.00 SPECIAL Includes somo of tho greatest values over offered on any market. ThCBe suits tiro all new and arc our $17.50 and $20.00 grndo for . i ......... . $10 OO HIGH GRADE SUITS: We have a few of theso left In the $2500 to $35.00 grades that Vo are alBO sacrificing and while they last they will be $15.00 to .' ; sv. rr$25 00 BIO BACRIFICE of Ladies' and Misses Coats. Plcaso do not fall to seo our lino before you buy Bouse Furnishings on the Bargain Table 35c Bleached Tablo Damask fbrr J 23c 50c Bleached Tablo Damask for vr..f... '. 30c 60c Bleached Tablo Damask for .. :"ko 75cBleached Tablo Damaskfor ..... 5UC $1.00 Bleached Tablo Damask for 85c Nankins on sale per dozen jr? $1.50 quality Napkins per dozen f...

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

"w V" ' w ""SH r.VWK riTM fiosa lQnhur's Stirring Master- piece "Tho Horse Fair." ' A PRIZE THAT FRANCE LOST. The ArtUt's Native Land Permitted the Great Canvas to Find a Home In Thle Country The Story of the Fainting and Its Replicas. One of tho Chief glories of tho Metro- politan museum hi Now York la Itosa Bonheur's stirring masterpiece "'Tho Horse Fnlr" a picture which for Its IrreslHtlblo movement and living por- traiture of tmm's most useful frlciid holds u uniquo position In tho nnuals of art mid the nffcctlons of lovers or - paintings; Pew. however arc acquainted with tho timate history of that uotablo canvas and fewer still nro aware that Ikcro are no less than Ave horse 'fair pictures In existence. The one In Now York Is tho original and It will bo re- membered .waB first tho property of A. T. Stewart and thou purchased for the Metropolitan by Cornelius Vniiderbllt" for 250000 francs. It was painted ln'Parls. the models used being the horses of tho Paris Om- nibus compuny ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 November 1910

-jJWs !fMfjft .liiMllliiiHWrT.il iflfJ jBflr! "bUT TlabSSTiSEiifii-I"Z!ir.Z tj '"" liYii ijiMmT NlfSiiKigHiSjl MM MX n !?! HrffumHEt CRIPPEN HANGED TODAY; MET DEATH LIKE A MAN ......-.... . j.IiMiiT.. XKfOMt 18 MIHTOMOAIi. I give tho story of the creation of tho . dopnrtmbnt A this dopartmont la SJon r An nan Mmvlfli'QV T?ihlir THxrvi n4-t now making Its first rsfbrt ttita data w v- VVrfW Auuiuui.v xviiaiAjr JApiaiCOjy(ntor08lg nntLjettovB: ADDRESS OF CHAFLIN Labor mWfmn IirfWrtHHt TfllA f It t'rellM KMMIhtl Oho r Age AUDlllXi ig our. tir viid uiiimhui i of tho roport of tho Department of La-1 hor Statistics 1b historical In that It "wisest iHanMiarirrr uhiiihck At- TO RA1LA0AD VISITORS tltMtio of MereJtHMta On Freight KHte Hiatus Killing of Belle Elmore. a. MADENQSTATEMENT NEITHER DENIED NOR ADMIT JTE GUILT AT IiASX MOML'ST. HANGING DELAYED ONE HOUR Volt Drawn nt 0:02 O'clock; Death lVns Instantaneous. AN VftVBVMJKVAHMNWKn It is very ftusfsual to Mnrantcc cooking fat hisr your grdf...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 November 1910

FAME MRTXX MYSTERY CLOUDS BILL HERE MONDAY? Ji FAMOUS INDIAN FIGHTER SMBNT TWENTY MINUTES IN CITY' YESTERDAY EYENING PACli K. HOLMES WHITE MAN IS IN JAIL AT I'ECOS ON MURDER CHARGE. mmm K sat i i' m Hill ISS1H1IS mm HIM YOUNG WOMAN 'IS INVOLVED f L Wild West Show Hiis Entered Into Winter Quarters Buffalo 1)111 Rcmnrks on tlio Old DayB In Texas nnd tlio Now Shooting Occurred While Marriage """: - ""' service n 9 Doing mm. Girl's Brother Iustnntly Killed and Father Hurt. Lm. arc "fej'-tfeZr Tm.i W. "Wt.. (... m SAW BUFFALO MM ere "Win. 'K . ". . t t 1 Tk 1 v Among the paBSongorB On westbound ToxnB' & "Pacific passenger No. 3 yes- . torday ovenlng wns n distinguished looking old man. with snow whl'e hair and long drooping whlto mus- tncho. Ho was wearing a black sktul cai. nnd smoking a fat cigar and look- ing thoroughly at homo. Thoro wore two men traveling with him and chj party 'formed tho executive depat ment of the Wild West Bhows. Tho old gontleman was of course Oil. William ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 25 November 1910

mm mwmmmmmmmmmimmmr i..jr i u-t to.-0 9ft.' lit .. rAK :ikt mmi$mmmMm i r? ;:? I- il-' ; t i iK IP u. fi - .4 F V Is'. " W V SSpC SUFFRAGETTES S1IU SCRAPPY 1NDI0NANT WOMKV STONE HOMES or miiTtsii ihumtAmes i SMASltlNH M'IMIOWS a IRISH SECRETARY INJURED Sci Upon By (Jroitti of Suffrnjicltrs Knocked Down Kicked Brulii'd And Otherwise lludly Hurt Many Arrests Made Dy Associated Press. L6ND.ON Eng. Nov. 23. Suffrag- ettes continued their activities thru- out the night and numerous cases of rioting wero reported to the police. Residences Stoned Tho residence of Premier AsquiUi Foreign Secretary Sir Edwin Gray Secretary of State for the' Colonies Lowls Harcourt and Winston Church- hlll' wero Btoned and windows wero broken. Irish Secretary Piimincled Chief Secretary for Ireland Bifrell was the victim of a vicious assault nnd is today confined to his bed as resulti of Injuries from blows and kicks. Arrests Are Made The polico got busy this morning and placed a number of tho suffra- gettes u...

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

If t ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER VOLIMK XXX. AlllMtNK TEXAS Tl'KSDW NOVEMIlrlt 2D UHl) M'.MHER W2 MEXICAN UPRISING IS ALARMING AGAIN Revolutionists Come from Mountain Retreats and Reopen Hostilities Battle Near Chihuahua. FURTHER TROUBLE IS ANTICIPATED Newpaper Correspondents throughout States of Chihuahua and Darango Declare Insurrection Has Nvot -Been Crushed but Only Delayed Special to Tho Reporter. EL PASO No. 28. Advices to tho Herald from Casas Grandes 100 miles southwest of here In tho state of Chihuahua aro to tho effect that tho town of El Vallo has fallen Into the hands of revolutionists. The town's population is about 2000 and It Is near Vasqulto whlclAvas report- ed captured Saturday. Tho Mormons in various colonies Burrouudlng CaStis Grandes arc still in fear of attacks on their colojiles. This section is isolated from the remainder of tho Republic being reach- ed only by the Mexican Northwestern railway "which runs from El Paso southward and which as yet has no o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 29 November 1910

mil J . I --'J iaMMaaanaM iiiiii ii ii A. E. STILWELL DISCUSSES INSURGENT MOVEMENT IN 25 YOUNG WOMEN W' OCCUR III DALLAS Jt rmers ttntt MEXICO; REPORTS UNTRUE I TWO MKX HIJIMOimiiY Ill'KMni FIM! IX NEW JIMMY FAl'EN ami fiyi: mtiwiwos ll0XYiVSl!SiWKKH tyJattonal ffiank of Milan Diae Has the Situation Under Absolute Control New York Commercial of November 26lh 19ld. NARROWESCApisFBOMOEATH WOST OF VICTIMS ARE GIRLS DESTRUCTVE IS EM S BURNED rcActnts I r 1 ife i -1 A. 12. Stitwell Pros. KnnsnB City Mexico nd Orlont Knllway BrtyBt "All pcoplo Interested In Mexico can TMt assured that when tho prcsont ftorin ulows pvor' tho administration -el Prealdont Diaz hnd Ills cabinet will In tho cycB of tho world ho stronger "Ihan over. Novor In tho history of tho world lias moro heen dono In thirty years for tho up-butldlng or a grcnt nation Jrom a scrap heap than haB been tdono by PreBldont Diaz during tho 18t thirty yearB. It has boon a trl- Htnphant march from Uio bottom rank of nations to tho ...

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