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Abilene Semi Weekly Farm Reporter (Newspaper) - October 7, 1910, Abilene, Texas ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY EARM REPORTER volume xxx. ABILENE TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1910 IN CONVENTION -KI M LAK" HINO OF DEMOCRATIC TARTY IN TENNESSEE TO N AME CHAMPIONS. THFOPHILEiBRAGA DECLARED NEW PRESIDENT OF PORTUGAL NIKKI K M7. lf L JUDGE JONES FOR GOVERNOR Patterson A din*rent Likely Possibility, Aho Senator Hob Taylor of “Fiddle and How" Fame: •Many an* Present. j COMMERCIAL >E< RETA RIES PKOH ABLY MEET AT WACO I Special to The Reporter. FORT WORTH, Oct. 6.—The executive committee of til * ■ Texas Commercial Secretaries Association met here today with Homer L). Wade of Stamford presiding ag chairman. The committee decided to hold the annual meeting of the organization on November IO and ll, probably at Waco. W. M. Woodall of Temple, Secretary of the Association, and J. A. /Arnold of Fort Worth. President, attended. DAVE ROOF RS CONVICTED OF MURDER IN SECOND DEGREE Special to The Reporter. DALI/AS, Oct. ti.—Dave Rogers, char g d with stabbing G. Y\ Richardson, a rooming house keeper, on January is, By Associated Prest NASHVILLE, Oct. 6.—The regular wing of the Democratic party of this state met here at noon today in state convention. Delegates from every county of the state are present and much enthusiasm prevails. Shortly after the convention was called into session it was announced that a nominee for Governor to sue-ceed Malcolm R, Patterson would be selected. The choice is expected to take place thi s afternoon. A candidate for Railroad Commissioner of West Ten- j {lessee will also be named. United State's Senator “Hob” Taylor! and Judge Jones are prominently mentioned for the governorship. Senator Taylor has not said whether he would j accept the nomination if it were ten- ! derod him.    / Patterson I (early Eliminated. That Malcolm R. Patterson, present j Governor, is eliminated as an important foetor in Tennessee politics was I clearly shown this morning when the j Governor’s closest friends did not bring his name up as a candidate for aby office of note. Patterson is attesting the* convetion, however, and seems to have a substantial following. it is probable that a candidate friendly i to ids administration will be named.; Fogging reason party leaders do not ; consider Senator Taylor a gubernato- ■ ria! probability. Coolness exists between Governor Patterson and Senator Taylor following the latter’s refusal to makt a series of campaign speeches in favor of the Patterson wing. Judge .Ion s, on the other hand, i» a warm friend, personally and poll- | S| „. ( , lal t0 The R ,. port( , r Heftily, of the Governor.    j    DALLAS LISBON, PORTCH-VU Oct. (..-Th* empire of Portugal, founded MC years! nti, er ago by Henry, lirst Count of Gurbundy, I ii-, ^ in at an end, and the Republic has Tim, been established. Portugal’s overthrow may be likened unto that of France, in that ii took a revolution and a reign of terror to overthrow the dynast of kings and royal familia* and place in its stead the principle of equality. Au-, i[lentic advices from Portugal today* state that si provisional government has been formed under the Presidency I of Theophilo Braga, who for a quarter J of a century has wielded tremendous power among the burgeoise. Fighting t asted IO Hours. dispatches from Lisbon say the fighting there lasted 40 hours were many casualties before the monarchists finally joined Hie wintling side The population is now orderly. AH Quiet at Lisbon. IJ V Lit POOL, Oct. 6—The Portugese consul here received a cablegram dated IJ aboil and timed noon today saying all is quiet at the capital. Nevi-* Positively t (infirmed. MADRID, Oft ti. News from Lisbon today postively confirms the forma-and who afterwards died, w r as found D () n of a provisional government under guilty of murder in the second degree in Criminal District court here this morning and his punishment assessed at fiv< years in the state penitentiary. Struggle Reported at an End. MADRID, Ort. 6- Official advices received this afternoon state that the R< public baa been proclaimed at Selva. Braga, Coimbra and other points in Portugal and indications are that the struggle has come to an end. The . , h .    .    .    revolutionists    have triumphed anti the ", th,- reigning royal.  ..... „„    ^ I en ce.    >    > AV. Y. BOHI N SON VII RUER I ISF drawing to Cl <>*i I Special to The Kl porter TALER, Oct. ti- The taking of tus-I ti mony in the ens, of W. Y. Robinson, charged wit ii th** murder of E. G. and Sam Adams of San Jacinto county four years ago, was continued today A it bout sensational developments. It is expected the evidence will be chided this afternoon and will commence tomorrow. con-arguments COURI IO CLOSE YY FDN FSD A Y \ \|> Iii! RMDAX DERI VUONG THE Kl MENT DU s DK PRESENT TERM NEW TRIAL MORONS HEARD Judge Overrules in Caic of Hrowu, Defendant filles Notice of Va \ppeal: Garner Case it Iii be f ailed Honda*. The Presidency of Theophile Braga, the thorn in the std house. ALL LEXA! OSIER ill the Powers Notified.    .. i,u-,, I , v ,, , .    .. .    I reinter Moulds (her lie ns, HERLIN Oct ♦».— Ih>“ Foreign Ollie,, , |today received a telegram signed “The-1 i<ISB ON, Oct. 6- I render Teixeira im,bile Braga, Provisional President of; f5 " ,,8a this afternoon formally relin-I Portugal", announcing the formation J (, ed tht ' relnB of s° v ®rnment to ,of a provisional government, the pro- ,!uV,8lona J President. Braga and his-clamation of the Republic and a guar-I :iv *° ,,|iltes * an tee of public security Identical I,    * Te    rumorH    °*     larg *     bodles of notes have been sent bv President T fort e »     on    ^e    capitol .Braga to all the powers. ‘    ‘     (breateilin g    civil    war I RGEN PEOPLE TO \ I I END "HEN J. D. TERRELL MIM \h> Spc( iaI to Th** Reporter WICHITA FALLS, Oct. ti R f. Huff, president of tin Chamber of Corn me rot 1 , today issued an address urging all citizens of whatever political faith to turn out and hear Judg* fVrrell, Republican gubernatorial can didnt,*, tomorrow night Huff U-clares representatives ot the dom!tint log power should be cordially welcomed Cecil I .yon will accompany T r roll BARKERS FLOCK TO IL TOICH DE HINTER GIVES FORETASTE DR HH VT IS SOON TD C OME. DROP OF 30 DEGREES MARKE0 lit Some Places Hind Reached Velocity , of do Hiles an Hour—Wild Geese I An* < omin South in Very Farge Numbers. VV lie re Resolution Started. \ IGO, SPAIN. Oct. 6.—According to reports, the revolutionary movement was initiated in the 16th regimental infantry aided by a regiment of artil-j lory, bim* jackets and five thousand armed civilians. Hundreds were killed and injured during the fighting and .twenty persons were wounded in doubles at Oporto I    /    ‘    . struggle t ontiuues Today. MADRID, 2:110 p. rn.—The struggle Iwtween th revolutionists and loyalists ai Lisbon continues without abate- Red Flag Ie Flying. WASHINGTON, Oct. 6.—A cablegram r, ceived by the State Department today from the American minister to Portugal gave tile first official word from Lisbon. The message confirms all retorts of fighting In the capital, states that the rod and green flag of the Republic hangs everywhere in Lisbon and that the Republic has beou pro-* i la I tiled. Rand' Parade Streets. M \DKll> Oet. ti. Reports by way of Vigo declare "bo troops faithful to DELEGATES TD CONVENTION ti I OS V NOE LES, UAL., IM T l\ V I* A V OF Vt TIV ITV. MS or tow. 0. STUM t mem today. Tho troo^i laiUUui lo Kin;*, I*’ Khig still hoi.I * *•«'» ’ ‘v Nl o. . ; Manuel, are oatfti’i^ with the stubborn^* admitted that th    hive    J * New York Hanker Recommend* Ilia! trust (uiupaiiies i barge fur Small Accounts, States Reason for Vet (un. HORGAN WEAVER RESIGNS VS PRESIDENT OF -5,000 ( LUB Ar a call meeting of the Board of Directors of the 25,000 club yesterday afternoon President Morgan Weaver banded in ids resignation. Very reluctantly and after a lengthy discussion the Board accepted the same. The position of the president of the 25,000 Club is one of the most responsible position in the city and owing to its importance the election of a successor to Mr. Weaver was deferred and a special committee wag appointed to canvass the situation and at a future 1 call meeting of the Board to nominate j the right man for this place. Mr. Weaver’s reasons for his resig- j nation w as due to increased amount of j personal and other business demand-, mg hi s constant attention. It is re- J ^retted very much that his business af- i fairs would noj allow him to continue I as president. However, he gives the assurance that he shall continue to show the same interest and active work in the business of the Club as has b»‘t*n his disposition heretofore. Mr. Weaver’s service in club work from the beginning of the club and especially bis work as president for the ! last two years bas been invaluable. Oct. 6.—Keport. from    ,° r    “'*<1    no,    yield- I North and West Texas indicate that 1 ” B U oot without a ■tmsgl,.. The rn-I last night’s cold wave was general throughout this section.     ! A drop of 20 degrees iii tempera-ture bas been recorded bete since last night. The lowest jKdtif reached this morning was 57 degrees. olu Mon may not be at st ti end. It was reported thta twelve hundred regimentals had returned to the standards of Manuel and were engaged against tin* Republicans in the heart of tin* city. 20 at Childre**. CHILDRESS, Oct. 6.—Childress was struck by a cold wave this morning, the temperature being aa low as 50, early today. This meant a fall of 30 ! degree* since yesterday. At Fort Worth. FORT WORTH. Oct. ft—Tin first real norther of the winter reached this cit* last night. The mercury stood at 54 this morning, a drop of 34 degrees silica yesterday. A gale of OO miles an hour blew during the night. Quiet Now Prevails. IjOLND7)N, Oct. 6—British Minister VI I liers, at Lisbon, telegraphed the foreign office, early today, that the republican revolution had apparently accomplished its purpose and that there now scents to be no reason for further violence. King Manuel Hale. The Minister gave assurance that King Manuel is safe. Rot th, upper* hand after hours of fighting. Moderate estimate of tile loss to both sides are front two to tour hundred killed and from three to five hundred wounded. The city of Us tx) n was but slightly damaged by tin bombardment* to which it has boon subjected for tho piiht forty eight hours. The Republic was proclaimed amid frantic enthusiasm. Bands paraded the streets followed by columns of armed persons who sang songs of liberty. Dis spline among tile revolutionists is excellent.    i thirty ’ Bv Associated Pres'* UIS ANX! Kl JCS, Cal., Oet. 6 ll, ‘ Savings Bunk section and ctonrim. * House department of the Bankers Association ««*»    > (THURSDAY, In today s session of District, court th, lirsi «ase called was styled S. W Browning aud Le. Miller versus C. A. Morsehal. suit for debt and foreclos-ure oi deed of trust lien. in which a judgment for the plaintiff was returned. In iii. case oi Henry James versus the Midland Groc ery ii Dry Goods Com pane, suit to remove cloud from title. before the court, a judgment for the defendant was rendered The plaintiff was rcpt*, seated by King & Isaacs and Mu* defendant in Graham It. Smedley ” l Midland and Dallas Scarborough of Abn, rn . The plaintiff excepted and gave notice of appeal .Iud Brown Motion Overruled. Judge Biali tea overruled a motion loc ii, w trial in the case of J. Brown, convicted oi swindling and sen toured to s< i ve two years in the penitent!;,r.\ The coart sentenced the defendant. who excepted and gave notice* oi appeal. Brown's bond was fixed at $3,500 which he hail not made at noon. Mat Ion for new trial in the case or Gamble \,'i sits Martin, suit for the spo-cific performance of contract on the sale of lull, lengths or I ai mb county school land, was hon-,! and overruled, after which counsel for the plaintiff • x'ceptod and gave notice of^ap|>cnJ. ^ Docket Viniest I lean,'    i The docket is almost '’lean, Non Jury J rases al e up for disposal. Tin Garner .case is set tor Monday and Judge Blan* , ton hup, * to wind up the term any day WWWmtf th, clos, of thi s cast ' Royal Filmily Safe. King Manuel in safe, and is lily aboard some yacht. Queen is sailing for England. probation! ta DEPUTY SHERIFF RETURNS I.S55'BULES-tAT THIS DUE now *holdirig a '    •    *' convention in this city took possession of tile auditorium today. Several speeches of importance were dellver-'**ie report of the committee on postal saving? banks was a feature of the day's session New York Hanker Speaks. Edward o. Stanley, Vie* President of tin Title Guarantee and Trust Company of New York, delivered atHad-dress today. He took tile position that trust companies should charge for small accounts and among nth tilings said “The and its • onfor tin d Wednesday*! Proceeding*. I hiring yesterday's session the American I loping cam s were disposed of: tov « court hen rd further testimony in Birt ct., o of v\. M. ingle vs. Mrs. Auto* L. Ingle, and granted the plaintiff a divorce, Mrs, ingle did not uppear and J. F < ' yin Ingham represented plaintiff. the ii r for had t*> absent H ic h ii a Fall**. WICHITA FALLS, Oct. 6.—The temperature dropped 35 degrees here last I night. A stiff breeze is still blowing front th** northwCRT. OFFICER WHALEY KYtk HITK Y CONVICT EY It YI IN HATE. ( barie* (winier ( luirgcd »Itll tureen HERRO 'SHOOTS (WHITE OOT Qua u all. QUANAH, Oct. 6. -A terrific wind ac companied a drop in temperature last night** No serious damage was done. however. iii S YUI Two ( aunts. Holiday of Trial Net Itll YYeek, For «*J At Waco. WACO, Oct. 6. -The temperature stood at 62 here this morning. IM TAKEN TD WACO TD AVOID THREATENED VIOLENCE. Black Claimed He Was Shooting at His Wife—Populace Highly Indignant Wild Geese Coining. DENISON, Oct. 6.—A drop of nearly 4® degrees in temperature was noted here this morning. Red River and the lakes are covered with wild geese. WACO, Oct. 6—Albert Jarnigan, a negro, who several days ago shot gpd seriously wounded a white boy at Cameron, was brought here today for safe keeping. The people at Cameron are highly indignant over the occurrence and violence was threatened. The negro claims that he was shooting at his wife. DEN ISDN EDITOR REPORTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION SHERMAN. Oct. 6—E. A. Thompson! publisher of th** Denison Herald, who 1s suffering from peritonitis, is at Sh. Vin* --at s hospital here and is reported to to* in a critical condition. How It Felt in Abilene. Winter has conte—illiterate but true. If the thermometer in the United States Weather building hasn’t been on an all night bat, Abilene experienced a touch of winter this morning. At seven receipt of a warrant from HIU county o'clock the mercury stood at fifty one charging him with embezzlement. Ile degrees, nineteen above freezing, and wa s convicted and sentenced to serve the early risers, such as dairymen, two years in the penitentiary, and has tewspaper men, et cetera, said it felt served about thirteen months of his j Deputy sheriff W. F. Whaley, accompanied by Charles Garner, a white prisoner, came in last night from th* 1 Eastman convict farm at Weldon, Crockett! county. Garner is charged iii Taylor county with forgery in two cases. The allegation is that in June, 1909, Garner signed the name of J. A. Anderson to two checks, one for $16.75 payable to Mingus Brothers Ar Company, the other for about $25.00. payable to the Misfit Clothing Company. His trial is set for Monday of the seventh week. The defendant was lod ged in the county jail to await trial. Arrested Doe Year Age. Garner was arrested at the State Epileptic Colony a year ago, following Notice lo Tax Payers. I will be at Shep on Monday, October 24, Moro Tuesday the 25th, Brad* shtw Wednesday the 26th and Ovalo. Thursday the 27th for the purpose of collecting taxes. BAY!GR CRAWFORD, S W.lt.    Tax    CoHeeto; like ninety eight degrees north would have felt to Cook and Peary had they penetrated that far. Quilts and blankets w*ere the pass-vord last night, windows were down md th** wind blew* torociously. It was "Ot a pleasant night,generally speaking. That the cold snap is general is indented in the tone of today’s dispatches. time. Deputy Sheriff Whaley reports having had a hard trip both coming and going, with numerous missed connections} but says Garner did not give him th** least trouble. HYO FDI YI, ( OI ION YA RDM MHDYY DISHE Y Ii I EM NG KEX KIRTS. I JIM* Male* a1 Ko** Yard and 2n.*» at Farmers I Ilion YYarcheus?; Prices, DUN* lo 1.1.60. No records have ii* en broken to dale J in iii* matter of handling the new cot* I ton crop. The staple* continues to coin*-Jin very slowly. Manager If. Ii. Allison I°f the Fanners Union yard fears that J he lm H received seventy fly* percent of ! his year’s apportionment, At the Union yard th* r**ee ipts to date ar** 205 bales, whereas ^ this time last year they were no less than eight hundred bales. A portion of tills poor showing, says Mr. Allison, may be attributed to the fact that Ovalo gets much of the cotton that formerly came to him. Keller at Ross l ard. Ar the cotton yard of Public Weigher I-*. W. Ross the season’s receipts number J,350 bales, with front forty to six-t> hales coining in every day. One year ago at this date the receipts there were between twenty-five hundred and three thousand bals. Price** Above 1.1 Cent*. Prices for cotton on th* streets of Anile, u . yesterday were from 13.25 to 13.60 for fair middling. customer. Yet i v no reason why tin > to Hoi The banker is buying th* i m «*» for Midland Loan Company over customer's money, and is Kfalnst «i*rtain other defendants on . relations between tin*, bank depositors have not always to the usual relations be. tween merchant and there is aliso lull d shout us, paying therefor in tit* collection of Bt* checks aud other items which rn tv »»• preseated, loathe safekeeping of th* funds until they are wanted by th* customer, anil in tin* interest, if any, which he allows upon the customers balun* * . in , JO other branch of trad* would the merchant willingly pay something where he received nothing to return; nor would the professional man regularly and continuously perform a service for clients entirely able to pay him and receive nothing therefor Yet this is precisely what the hanker is doing when he accepts an account which continues without a loanable balance, or one that is so small as to fa* absolutely negligible though iii thro, cas*M against R. D. Shores, charged with forgery were called Bito Wednesday. Tim first case '•<■ continued on account of an wit liens for the state Judge Blanton charged the Jury to return a Verdict of not guilty in the second UHM , and in the third ease the Jury found the defendant not guilty Airs, J, W, Itanjnfi vg. L It, |*or-ter et III. suit for foreclosure of vendors lieu, and upon notes, tried helot. th,, court; Judgment for plaintiff again i certain defendants, aud judg- ndants on a second lien Mrs. Jennings wa, rep ranted bv W. H . Be well, aud the Midland total. Company wa s represented by Or a ham It. Hmcdiey <d land. Bv part* Joe. H. Davenport appear'd before th** court with a petition for the removal of his disabilith s as a minor, which was granted by the court C. L. Hailey represented the applicant. Mrs. J. W. Jennings VB. Adolphus Stamps, suit on notes aud foreclosure of vendor’s Hen; Judgment for plain tiff; plaintlf was represented by W lf. Howell. i. o. Jackson appeared for the defendant A. L Muyhew. Judge Blanton dismissed Jury for the week MW- C. A. Boute, Commercial Manager o r the Southwestern Telephone Company, Mis. W. c. Kit rell and children of I Anson, who spent a part of today In I Abilene, left on the first eastbound' ti ain for Rising Star to visit the former’s parents. . B. C. Davenport I f f this morning “ft on today’s westbound % train, de- for Baird on a business trip. He was '’"'to. for Sweetwater on a business accompanied by his brother J. B. Da- trl P*    venpoit, who stopped off at Eluidale. THORN YE DIM ll RH ANX EM REPORTED ON UA DIGRE Y N I* X' -'•<!•, ff.rl Mr"oj KEY WEST, Florida. Ort 6- Tropica! disturbances of unknown Intensity are reported in the f'arrlbean Sea about eight hundred miles from bere near San Domingo. The storm is moving westward, according to the Weather Bureau here. h*‘ continues to perform jib* lrt(1 |, y , he df-ai-jKmh.V r 1,1 *to‘ care of th*- account. “The hanker simply throws upon th*- larger account, which has a considerable loanable balance, th*' proport Ion of the burden of expense which the small account entails, I'he abuse of banking facilities by the small depositors has to*en of gradual growth. Before the competition for accounts became so fierce, when banks wore not so numerous in th** '•iti«‘g, and were at an inconvenient! distance ill the country; when, too there was no solicitation of accounts by hanks and trust companies, a much smaller proportion of the entire financial 11 ansa* Dons of the country was J    --------- paid by bank check than now is the I GDVERNBR.FFEX T COLQUITT MPE ARM YT CORSICANA TODAY the petit as there was no : im i m r Business requiring th** inter-I vcntlon of a Jury this week. I The Sam Spicer case, charged with burglary, was continued for the term. AV. Ii. Lewis vs. A. C. Irle, suit for debt and foreclosure of vendors lien. Judgment for plaintiff. John Haylm appeared for th* plaintiff. Thursday morning, the court will re sunie th*- non-jury docket and a1! cases which hav* not been disposed of will have attention. There ar* several motions for new trial pending which will likely be dis posed of this w.*. k or the early part of next week. * ase, ami it wag only dealers of sonic financial standing who carried a checking account in a bank ’’ Mrs A E. Dyer left this morning for Fort Worth whore she will spend th** winter with her daughter Miss Abe who is in school at that place Judge R. C. Crane came down from Sweetwater on business this morning returning home this afternoon. ( ORSICANA. Ort. 6—Governor-elect Colquitt arrived here this morning to speak at tin* opening of th*- Navarro county fair He will make his address non-political and will urge n greater agricultural development of the state Hi* is to be introduced by R. E. Prince Hass’ Beans for biliousness have no superior. Try them.