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   Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter (Newspaper) - October 7, 1910, Abilene, Texas                                ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY FARM REPORTER VOLUME XXX ABILKNK TEXAS KttlIIAY OCTOBER r 1910 MIMHKK 87 PATTERSON IN MUAK OF DEMOCRATIC IAHTV IX TEXXKSSKE TO XAMK JODGE JONES FOR GOVEBNOR Iattorson Aitlnrcat Likely 1osslljllity Also Senator Hob Tujior of Kldille und How Fume Many nro Present By Associated Prisu NASHVILLE Oct 6The wing of the Democratic party of this THFOPHILEiBRAGA DECLARED NEW PRESIDENT OF PORTUGAL CIMDIKJtCIAl SFCIIKTAItlES IKOliAHIY HEKT AT WACO Special lo Tlie Iteprjuer TOUT UOIITII Oct execu tive committee or the Toxus fomincr ehil Secretaries Association met here today with Homor Wade of Stamford presiding as chairman The committee decided to hold the annual meeting of lid on November 10 and 11 probably al Waco W M Woodull of Temple Secvetary of Hie Association iind T A Arnold of Fort Worth President atleuded LlSliOV IOUTCliAL Oct rnpire ot Ioriugal founded fclti yearn Ko Ijy Henry first Cutini if titirbuncly s at in einl and the Republic has icou established lortugal6 overthrow rlgliilng Lasted 10 Hours uilier dispatches from Lisbon say Hiii the fighting there lasted 40 hours Tluiv were many casualties before the finally joined the wiu Tlu population is now or may lie likened unto lhal of Prance in ntiii side tbaL it took a revolution and a reigti of Ljerly error to overthrow the dynasty ivf kings ami royal families and place in i All Quiet at Lisbon its stead Ihe principle of equality Anj uviSUPOOL Ocl ortugese O W V IIOIIIXSON HUHDFI CASK IHtUVlM pedal to Tlie Reporter TYLKR Oct liTho taking ot tus lirnony in tbe case of W Y Robinson charged with Hie murder of B 0 and Sam Adama of San Jncinto county four years ago was continued today sensational developments 11 Is expected Hie evidence will he con TO CLOSE advices from Portugal today Ucrc Vocelvcl a cablegram nat iL Ilovlsimial government Cd Lisbon and timed noon today snv has beenformed under the Presidency i M nt Ulo or Tiieophile Rraga who for a quarter of a century lias wielded trcmondoiis i stale met here at noon today In state j HAVE HOtKKS COXVICTKR OF convention Delegates from every coun1 MURTtFR IX 8KCOM IIKOIIKE power among InInn goisi ty of the slate arc present and much lKpecIril to The Reporter I enthusiasm prevails DALLAS Oct Rogers char Xnus Positively Confirmed with stabbing Y Richardson a MADUIll Ocl from Lisbon rooming house keeper on January lf today iioslively confirms the forma Shortly after the convention was called into session it was annouueeil lhat a nominee for Ciovernor to suc ceed Malcolm R IAltorscm would be selected The choice is expected to take place this afternoon A candidate for Itnilroad Commissioner or West Ten nessee will also be named United Stales Senator Bob Taylor and Judge Jones are prominently men tioned for the governorship Senator Taylor has not said whether he would accept the nomination if it were ten dered him Patterson Clearly Klimlmitcd That Malcolm K Patterson present Governor is eliminated as an impor tant factor in Tennessee polities was clearlyshown this morning when the jovernbrs closest friends did not bring his name np as a candidate for any office of note Patterson is at teflingthe convction however and MCeras to have a suLstnutial following It ia rivobuMc thai a canrtkliilc friendly to Jys administration will be named reason party lenders do not Itiuslder Senator Taylor a gubernato rial probability Coolness oxists be tween Governor Patterson and Sena tor Taylor following the inltors refu sal to make a series if campaign speeches in fuVOr of the Patterson wing judge ilojies on the cither hhiuX ia a warm friend personally and poli lically of the Governor MOHGAX WKAYKll RESIGNS AS 1ItESlKKXT OF 25000 ClUIt At a call meeting of the Hoard of Di rectors of the 2f000 club yci and who afterwards died was found u provisional government under guilty of murder in the second degree The Presidency ofThenphlle lirasa the afternoon Moryun Weaver handed in his romgnation Very re luctantly and after a lengthy discus sion the Bourd accepted the same The position of the president of the 26000 Club ia one of tlio most respon sible position in the city and owing to its importance the election of a succes sor to Mr Weaver waa deferred and a special committee wag appointed to canvass tho situation and at a future call meeting of the Board lo nominate the right man lor this place Mr Weavers reasons for his resig nation was due to increased amount of licraonai and other business demawi ing his constant attention It Is re gretted very much that liis business af fairs would allow him to continue as president However ho gives the assurance that lie shall continue to show the same interest and active work in the buainesK of the Cluh as has bison his disposition heretofore Mr Weavers service In clnh work from the beginning of the club and es liecially bis work as president for the last two years has been Invaluable NEGRO ISHOOTS WHITE BOY TAKEX TO WACO TO AYOID THHEATKXED YIOLKNCE Black Claimed He Was Shooting at His Highly Indignant WACO Oct JarnlEan a negro who several days ago shot syid seriously wounded a white boy at Cameron was brought here today for safe keeping The people at Cameron arc highly Indignant over the occur rence and violence was threatened The negro he was shoot ing at his wife EBJTOK REPORTED re CRITICAL CONDITION SHKFtMAN Oct A Thompson publisher of the Denlson Herald who 1s Buffering from peritonitis ia at Su Vincents hospital here and Is reported lo he In a critical condition Thursday the 27lh for the purpose ot rollwtins taxes SW31 CRAWFORD Tax CoTlecto Criminal District court here this born In side of rclJiiin morning and his punishment assessed bouse ill five years in the slate prnilontla f ry i All the IovtersAolifieil BERLIN Oct Foreign oilieo jloday received a telegram signed Tliej iiphile Biiiga Provisional President of announcing the formation I nil a provisional government Uie proj elamaiion of the Ueimlilfe und a guar antce of iniblic security Identical notes have been sent by President Iraga lo all tlie powers Reported an Kurt MADRID Ocl advices received this aflernoon state that the Republic has been proclaimed at Sol vii llragti Colmbru and other points in Portugal and indications are that tlie struggle has come to an end The revolutionists have triumphed am IteimblK has inlered onto itp oxisi COLO WAVE Ml MiilVER Al TOUCH OF W1XTEK UYKS FOHKTASTK OB WHAT IS SOOJf TO COME WlKTc Uuvnlntlon Slarieil VICO SPAIN Oct to reports the revolulionary movement Irfinlcr Hands Oicr Hclns LISBON Ocl Teixein Housa this aflernoon formally rfllii finished the reins of government to Provisional President Uvciga and his There are minors of bodies of forces moving oil tho oapltol and threatening civil war was iniliated in the 16 til regimcntul ifantry aldtnl by a regiment of artil j jackets and live thousand nono nc on ncnoccc UIDKCR wiresmed UnUr Ul UU UtUnCtD IflRnlltU injured hirin Hie fighting and twenty persons were wounded in clash ifs af Oporto llcil FineI WASHINGTON Oct cablegram received by the State Department lu uiiy Irom tlie American minister lo Por tugal yuvo the first olliciul word from Lisbon Tile message confirms all re torts of fighting in tlie capital states thai Ihe veil and green Hag of the Re public lianas everywhere in Lisbon and that Ill1 Ivepnlillc1 haw been i In Moine places WJni Kcnchcd Viloclly nf HO Allies an Ceesc Arc ComiiiSouth In Very SlriiLilc Cunllniiis Today I MAHHIII p slrllgglo between lh and loyal rista UJ Lisbon coittinuctt without abate Special to The Reporter DALLAS Oct from North and West Texas indicate that last nights cold wave was general oughout this suction pattifiti with tlie stvibboru of Ilot mly u wng twolvi regimentals had returned lo Iho stan A drop of degrees in MimiH mi1 lure has been recorded bore smce last night The lowest point reached this morning was 57 degrees tllfl rir of tlie eily 10 at Chttdrcss CI1ILDUESS Oct Chlldrcsa was struck by a cold wave thin morning the temperature being as low as 60 early today This meant 11 full decrees since yesterday of 30 At Port Worth FORT WORTH Oct first real norther of the winter readier this city last night The mercury stood at 64 Ibis morning a drop of IM degrees since yesterday A gale of miles in htmr blew during tlie night i Quiet Sow Prevails Oct Minister Vllliors at Lisbon telegraphed the foreign office early today Uiat the republican revolution had apparently accomplished Its purpose and that llierc now seems to be no reason for further violence King Manuel Safe The Minister gave assurance thai King Manuel IB safe cluded this afternoon ami will coniincnco tomorrow AMI TlllJKSUAK ivriu vjioxt TIII DAYS IK TKIIM NEW TRIAL MOTIONS HEUHD wa rilKKS PKOlLK TO AlTKM 1 0 TKltltFLL SlKAKS Special u TilReporter WICHITA KALLK Oct lill K Huff piesiileiil of tlic CKtunher ot Cnminoriv today isaneil an address urging all citiKns of whatever polit Terrell Republican gutiernalorlal can didate tomorrow Huff ijt Hares rcincscntalivcs of Ihr dotnituil HlM powei1 yhonhl be coidialh welcom ed Cecil lyti will accompany Ter rell Q nnpk i1 TO MKIKUATKS TO MIS ANflEIHS OAI VUT l A HAY OF ACTIVITY RV FtlW fi Dl tUn U Judge Oiorrulcs In Cnso c lire Dclemlanl Mies Notice if Appiiil liirncr Case Will tic lulled Wondtii TlICItSlUY todays session of Dlalric court tilSI cistcalled was styled S W Illowning and L C Miller vorana O A Minschal siiil for dehl and torccloa uve of drnl m i nisi lien in which a judgment for MIC plaintiff was return ed lUnivv laines versus rocory fc Dry Hoods Com pany suit In remove cloud from title before Ihe court judgment or tho ilcfindnin was i eiidci eel The nlnlntlK was represented by King Isaacs and ilii defendant by Cnitiain II Smcdlcy I Midland ami lUilhis Scarborough ot Abilene fhe plaintiff cxceplod and gave iinlicc of nppial lint HniMii littun Overruled liuig lUaiitnn overrnleii a niollou for new trial in lie ease of C t llrown convicted or swindling and sen leiiced tu serve two years In the pon iliithrt Idcourt aentenced tho de fendant who excepteil and gnvo notice of appenl 1 frowns lioud tvns fixed at which he dad not made at noou Mnilon fur new trial In the caac or Cainhli versus Mm tin ault for the spe cific performance nf contract on the sxl or Ioiir lengms or Liunh county school him was dcrd iiml overruled atler wlilch counsel for Ihe plaintiff Oct Ucpoits by way of Vlgo rtcciiroJJiP troops faithful to isaiUiiilieril that goi the upper hand sifter thirty hours of fighting Moderate estimate of tlie loss to liold sides are from two to four hundred killed and from three lo five hundred wounded The city of Lisbon was lint slightly damaged liy the bombardments to which it bus been subjected fur Itm pas forly hours Tim Republic was proclaimed amid franlic cnthusinflm Bands paraded tho streets followed by columns of armed persons who sang songs of liberty DIs yfpline among the revolutionists is ex cellent Ncit York Hanker Recommends Thnl Trust Charge for Sinull Accounts States 1 tea son for iVrllnn lloyal KinK Manuel ia aafe and Is By Associated rrnas 1XXS ANCrKLKB Cnl Del BThej Savings Ilnnli scclion and Clearing House dcpaitnionl of tlie American Hankers Association now liolrllng a convention in this city took posses sion of the auditorium today Several speeches of importance were deliver ed Tdi niprirl of tlie committee on Tol lily aboard some yacht Queen Amelia is sailing for Rnglnnd Tl and Us postal savings banlca was a teatnrc of tiie ilnyK session Niiw Vork llHiiktr Speaks IXlward O Stanley Vleo Prealdem of till Title fiimranloe and Trust Com pany of New York delivered alkali dress today lie tool the position that trust companies Fhnitlii charge for small account tilul among other llnckcl Almost Clciin i c dovlivi s altiiosl olcnll Nun jury s are up for illnpofml Thu Clitrner is net for Monday and Judge lilan lopes it ivind uii the term any day WnBlhc close of thin case VVnlnisiliijs IroccTdlnpi Nnilns yeHtcidayK session the fol crises ivere disposed of The conn liciinl further testimony In e iti of W M iigle vs Mrs Au e I Ingle anil grunted the plaintiff Mrs ngle did not appear dlvo DEPUTY RETURNS 1555IBJIIW THIS DATE nn OFFICER WIIAIEY HACK WITH A TWO LOCAL COTTOX YARDS iSHOW WICHITA PALLS Oct CThe tern FAIOI INMATE IHSHEAUTKMXi RKCEIITS icratnre dropped Ilii degrees here last j from A stiff breeze is still blowing Ilio nortliwesr Jiniiiali JlANAll Ocl terrific wind ac coinpanied n drop in lomiierature last Nro serious ilamago was done however ts IjaruiT I In Two Counts Trial S1 For Monilay of 7th WriV Deputy Rheriif W V Wlialcy iiccom panied by diaries darner a white prisoner came in last night from tlie Ilistmun cimvict fuviu at irocketti comity CJarnor is charged in Taylor counly with forgery iti two i Wild Otese Coming cases The allegation Is that in Time DKNISON Oct drop of nearly LUO Carner signed tbe name uf J A ill degrees In temperature was noted Anderson to two checks one for here this morning Red River and payable to Mlngus Hrothcra Com Ii At Warn WACO Oct This teinperatav stood at Ii2 hen this niurning the lakes ire coven geeae How U Felt in Abilene with wild pany the other for about f2500r pay able to Hit Misfit Clothing Company His trial la act for Monday of tilio seventh week The defendant was lod If the thermometer in the United States Weather building hasnt been on an all ged In the county Jail to await trial Arresiled One Year Ago Garner was arrested at the State night bat Abilene experienced a touch Kpllentic Colony a year ago following of this morning At seven receipt of a warrant from Hill county oclock the mercury stood at fifty one charging him with embezzlement Ho rlegrecs nineteen above freezing and was convictjed and sentenced to oerve Ihe early risers such as dairymen two years in the penitentiary and has newspaper men et cetera said It felt nerved about thirteen months of his like ninety eight degrees north would time Navefelt to Cook and Peary had they Deputy sheriff Whalcy reports hav penetrated that far had a hard trip hotU coming and Notice to Tax Payers T will he at Shcp on Monday tier 2i Moro Tuesday tde 2tth Brad shtw Wednesday the 26th ami Ovalo Quilts and blankets were tho passgoing with numerous missed conncc word lust night windows were down lions but says iarner did not give the wind blew ferociously It was him the least trouble ot a pleasant nightgenerally speak Ing j Mrs W Kit re I and children of That the cold anap is general is in who spent n part of today In in the tone of todays dispatchAblloiie lefi on Ihe first easthonnii tialn for Rlaing Siar to vlsll the for ii Hales at KIISN Ynnl and i ill Fanners Inlon iVuri Ilium 1rliTS to IllliO No rtcojils hnve been hrokeu to ilutc in Hie miller of linndllng llic new cot Ion crop Tile staple conlimtos to crime in very slowly Manager II II Allison of the Farmers Union yard ferirs thai he liris received seventy five t reenl of ills years apportionment At Ihe Iliioti yard the receipts tu date arc LfJT bales whcrcris this time last year I hey were no less than eight hundred bates A portion of this poor showing Hays Mr AlllRon may be attribute to the fuel that Ovalo gclB much of tlio cotton that formerly came o him Holler nt Kois 1nrd At the cotton yard of Public Welghor L W Ross the seasons receipts num ber 1350 bales with from forly to six ty bales coming in every day One year ago at this date the receipts there were bclwecn twentyfive hundred and three thousand hMs Aliorc 13 Cents Prices for colton on the streets of Abfleiif yesterday were from lo ISrifl for fair mlridllng C1 A Route Commercial Manager op mera parents the Southwestern Telephone Company n r Davenport this inorninK on todays weBtbonnii train de for Balrd on a business trip lie waa or Swoclwater on s business accompanied by brother 1 B Da trip venioil who stopjiid al Ehmiaie THOIICU PISTfltltAXCKS IlKIOItTKT OX CAIIUIHKAX KKV WKST Florida Ocl fiTrop Ical dlFliiibanccs of nnlinnsvn Intcn slly arc reporter in the farrlliian Sea ahout eicbt hundred miles from here near Ran Domingo The Blorm IB movlnjr westward according to the Weather Bureau here rclntluns lietwicn tint liank deposilDrs duvc not always Uf Yet tbere in alisolulely no reason why tdfy shoilhl nnl use of the piiyliiK llnrffor In Hie collection and 1 IlinuhiKliam Iepresenlcd tho plalntlft The tbric cases jigulnnt 11 U HHor os eliargid with forteiy were called rir i tint WidiuHilay Tim first case hail lo continued on nccomii ot an absent witness for tho Hlalc Judge Ubiuton cliiugeil thu Jury to return vcrdli I nf not guilty In Ihe nccond uase mil In ihc third CIIHC he jury foutiii Ihn defendant nol guilty Airs 1 W vfi L ler it al suit for firiililogllri if vtili ilorM lien and notes tried tra IonIb court Judgment for plaintiff certain defendants and jndg SfnVtd The hunker is Imying Mlillnnil Ixian Comiiany over customers money and Is KalnKI eellain oilier ilefendanls on a Mis Feunlngs rep W n Kcwell und tho cltecliH am oilier Hems which mat HafeUeeplng uf Mhlland lxan romiiaiiy wris represen ted by Ciiiliain Hmcdlcy of Mlrl Inncl Us Iarte loc 1 appear ed before llic court with a petition for the removal of lila dumdllltkK aa n mliinr wliiih was Rrnntid by the con Hie Ilmris until they arc wanted by the eiislomer and in llic ititcreal If any which he allows upon the ciiKlomors In no other brunch of Irnrle the inerclianl willingly pay ponicililiig where he received nothing in Icturli nor would the profeflaioiial man ngniarly and conliniionaly percant form a service for clients enllroly able JlrH 1 W In iny IIItn and receive nrithlng thereHtninps anil or fur Yet this la precisely what he banker IK doinj when he itccepia an iiceouni which conlinnes wftliout a loanable balance or one that la ao mmill an to tie iihaololcly negligible tliough he continues to perform Hir various services required by the deal er in the care of tho account The banker simply throws upon the larger account which lina a con siderable Iniinnhtf balance Ihe pro portion of the burden of expense which the small account emails judgment for plaintiff John Sayles I he abuse of banking faciHUea by for lhrs he stnall depositors has been of grad rl wlt nul Krowlh Before the competition for accounts became so fierce when banks were nut ao numeroiiK In tbe citiis und were at an Inconvenient distance In the country when too there was no aolicltatlnn of accounts hy banks and trust companies a much smaller proportion of tho entire fin ancial transactions of Hie country was puld by bank check than now la Ihe case and it wris only dealers of some j flnanclnl standing who carried checking In a lunik irt llic appll miliigs vs Adolphus miles and foreclosure of vendors lieu judgment for plain tiff iilalntlf WOH reiirescntnd hy W II Hewell T U Jackson appeared for the defendant A Mayhew Iiiilge lilaaton dismissed Ihe petit Jury for the week an there was no further business requiring the Inter vention of n jury this week The Kani Hplcer caac charged with burglary wig continued for the term W Lewis va A C trie suit for debt und forcclonurc of vendors lien sumo the nonjury docket and nil crises wlilcli have not liccn disposed of will have attention There Hcvcral molloiiB fo Irlal pending which will likely be dis posed of this week or the early pun of next week Mia A E Dyer left thin morning for Fnrt Worth where she will spend llic winter with ber daughter Mlns Mice who Is In nchool at thnli plsce Judge 7J C Crane cnmc down from flweetwater on Ixmtneiift thlfl morning returning home thin afternoon fJOVERVOREIKCT fOItjriTT SIKAKS AT COHSICAXA TOKAY CORSICANA Ocl ect Colriullt arrived here this innrnlnR to spcnk ni the oticning of the Navnrro county fnir He will make bis ad dreas nonpnllllcal and will urge n greater nRrlcnllnrnl ilnvnlnpmcnt of the Iln Is to lip Introduced by R K Prince Ban Senna for havn no Try them   

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