Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 76, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 30, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER
HKCatltAll FALL TERM CONVENED
AT MM! O'CLOCK TODAY
HI II JHJVfiN WEEKS
GRAND JURY BEGINS WORK
.After LMenlng to Vigorous Fearless
Charge of Court; The Sunday
: Closing Law Comes In
) for Close Attention.
The regular fall term of District
ourt opened at tlno. o'clock this morn-
ing with Judge T. II Dlanton presiding
.arid the usual court attaches present
Practically all the lawyers of the local
.bar were present wtth the following
vlaftlng lawyers noted: C. P. Woodruff
.of Sweetwater J R. Stubblcfleld of
Cisco W B. Lewis of Plalnvlow and
W" T Potter and C. D. Mints of Merkol.
Among the local attorneys present
was S. M. Wngstatf Esq. who return-
ed yesterday from a week's stay at
Mineral Wells. Court Reportor W. H.
Graham was on hand after a five
week's absence in Austin where he
reported along with fifteen other
stenographers the third and part of
the fourth called session of the State
Grand Jurors Chosen.
8 H GarriBon was selected by tho
court as foreman of the grand jury the
other members of which arc W.R.. Hol-
land; J. A. Boyce B. B. Holly B. 0.
Galther J. C. BUrleson S. E. Adcock
C P tListman. E. B. Sadler J. It. Cray-
toVs. J. Cotton and L. B. Elliott.
The Court's Charge.
" Judge Blanton's charge was charac-
teristic for Its fearlessness 'vigorous
diction aria straight-from-the-shoulder
suKKestions. Ho cautioned tho jurors
against returning bills of inmcunem
for pureiv personal reasons of dislike
and exhorted them to do their duty ir-
respective of friendship or personal
feeling. He then outlined the state
laws commentiug at length on tho su-
credness. of tho law's enforcement He
called attention to some of tho laws
most frequentlyvIolated naming mur-
der assaults affrays abusive lang-
uage in person or over telephones theft
Tmrglary unlawful disposition of mort-
gaged property bribery rape Incest
seduction adultery fornication So-
domy fraudulent returns of elect on
ballots swindling practicing med cine
without a license violation Of local
option laws violation 6f tho Sunday
closing law and speeding in nutomo-
Thfe court' laid particular stress on
the two latter violations. Ho said he
had'Bden with his own eyes numbers of
local" merchants violating ttw Sunday
law and his suggestions to the -grand
jury was that indictments covering
each alleged offense be returned.
"One indictment against each viola-
tor at each term of court will not tend
to have this law enforced." ho said
''but If our grand juries will return
just as many indictments as they
have cause to believe otfcnSfs wore
committed this law will soon become
enforced to tho letter."
The court also laid particular stress
on the violation of speeding laws. Ho
said that automobllists had apparently
forgotten that a law regulating their
ype-Bd existed on tho statutes and rcc-
'ommpndfil tho returning of indict-
ments In numbers calculated to put a
atop to this reckless practice.
"I further recommend gentlemen
said the court in conclusion "that your
body appoint a finance commltteo for
tho purpose or nuiiums mu
of all outgoing officers. TWs is too
Tqflection on Taylor county'c omcinIS
bUt the offleor who Ib willing and aux-
Vus to have his accounts audited is tho
W T Scarborough was appointed
door' bailiff a list of prosepectivo -walk
lng and riding bailiffs were lionded to
tho foreman of tho grand jury after
which thta body depnrted from the
courtroom to commenco Its duties.
Bailiffs Are Appointed.
Riding bailiffs were nppolnted as fol-
lows: Jack Waldrop Wilts Holly and
W. o. Mooty. x
Walking bailiffs were appointed as
follows: Ed Tnrpley .Andrew Ullus
Vn'dS. F. Gorhatn. .
Transferred Case Called.
The first case called was Btyled:
State versus Thomas Couch transfer-
red from Kasuanu cuumj -fendant'is
charged with burglary. The
state la represented zy W.P.Mabaffey
Dstrlct Attornoy and the defense by
J. R. fftubbleflpld of Eastland. At half
past .eleven both sides announced rea-
lly for trial.
First Witness Called.
In the Couch case the first witness
called was 0. N. Mahanoy constable
at Gorman. Ho wont on the stand at
pao fifteen. Other witnesses for the
state are B. F Little and wife Justice
v. T)nn v. v rsarrctt. City Mar
shal D W. Milam Night Watchman
21be Strickland all of qorntan and'
w&mwji iat&r -
Warrant Are lnMiinl.
Ily AsBorlntctl Presn:
aUTIIIUH OUIa. Aug. UU
Wnrrniits wcro IsRUetl here to
day by tut order of Federal
Judge Cotloral for tho extradi-
tion of five lierpotiB alleged to
ho implicated In tho old Kick-
nioo land frauds involving real
estate worth about Uv'o hun-
dred thousand dollars. This
action by the Fcdoral Jurist Is
taken following n renewal of- .O
demands mado by the Mexican
government which were recent-
ly refused by Governor C. N.
Haskell. Tho warrants issued
Include one for W. I. Chap-
man formorly Secretary of the
Corporation Commission and a
newspaper man of note. Tho
hearing will take place in the
near future nod a warm legal
contest in which tho lending in
tornoys of tho state will prob-
ably tako a leading part lfl con
fldently expected. Governor
Haskell refused to grant tho ne-
cessary extradition naporB be-
cause as ho said tho demand
was not properly and legally
Deputy Shorlff Jim Steolo of .Eastland.
Tho case will likely go to the litry
thlB evening or tomorrow morniiu
The alleged burglary for which
Couch is standing trial occurred at
Gorman something over a year ago.
The. storo ofifl. F. Llttlo was looted
ahd varloUsV trinkets a number of
which wcro offered in evidenco wero
taken. Couch wbb indicted and tried
during tho January" term of District
court tHs year and sentenced to
servo two years in tho state peniten-
tiary. The Court of Criminal AppealB
reversed his case. His qompanion in
tho alleged burglary Georgo Boyman
was sent up for two .years his case
was affirmed and ho is now serving
out his sentenca.
TWO IN FIRE INTO CROWD
- SEVEN SERIODSLY HURT
Purported Attempted Wholesale KJl-
HugnVWaelivlire At Myrc
Reported Lost Night.'
Spt-clnl.to The Reporter.
GAINESVILLE Aug 29 News was
received here today of tho shooting
ahd serious hurting of seven of a par-
ty of young men who wero fired on
last night while standing in front of
a cold drlng stand at Myra a t
twelve miles west of Gainesville.
Two persons whoso lndentlties have
not been discovered opened firo on
tho. crowd with shotguns and later
cloven pistol shotB wero fired.
Thei Injured men are Sam Tuglo
Tom Plgrim Gus Livingston Joo
Davis Julius Buckor and the two
The trouble is said to have arisen
over a quarrel betweon tho young men
shot and somo German settlers in the
neighborhood. No arrests had been
made at noon today. Sheriff Bing-
ham has gone to Myra.
Ill. HYDE TO VISIT HOME
WHEN HIS HEIR AHRIVKS
KANSAS CITY Aug. 27. "When I
receive word from tho family physi-
cian Dr. Samuel C James that a babe
hns been bprn to airs. B. Clark Hyde I
shall notify Doctor Ilydo at oncq and
take him In a buggy to his home to
see his wife and the child" said Mar-'
shal Mayes today. "I'll tako Hydo my-
seir and have two .deputies follow us
closely I have not the f ast idea that
tho doctor would ho so foolish as to
attempt an escapo but nevertheless
r'il un tn It flint hu la not out of my
sight Until ho hns been returned to'his
C0H in tlie COUIliy JUH UHU IUO JVUJf jwo. uii ui. Itviuil iJ Ul uuiw v..i-v: mu
been turned. I nm not taking chnnc-J Chadlek proudly boro n basket of
eBi" JRhodo Island greening apples which
A ronorter for Tho Star talked with .
Doctor Hyde In his cell this morning.
The convicted man pale smiling and
smoiung a crooK-semmuu pijj uin .
asldefrom tho bars tho length of Bheet
ing that screens him from curious
eyes "I'd ho delighted" he said "to
have you come In and sit down and
talk with mo while wo smoked a cigar
and I'd like to tatk to you porsoAally;
but for publication no. Nothing to say.
Bending a little smoking a llttlo get-
ting along the best I can." Ho waved
his plpo and laughed lightly
Inquiry today at tho Hydo home351Ciarrestefc on a charge of drunkennesg
Forest Avenue brought this state
"Mrs. Hyde Is feeling qulto well.wlth
iie exception of a cold she caught a
lay or so agq and which Is much bet-
ter today. We anticipated tho arrival
of a Hydb heir August 10. Tho event
may occur at any tlmo now."
G. H Creel of near Brownwoofl who
had" been here on business left this
morning for his home. He Is traveling
n his Bulclc 10
A HEAVY REWIND
MY BE OFFERED
ll LIWISI.ATUHE FOIt CONVICT-
ION OF MP.N WHO KILLEH
PROPOSED DILL IS TABLED
Hill .May llo Itccnllnl at. Any Time
.Cofer Hill of Lading Measure '"
and House Car Shed BUI
Special to The Reporter.
AUSTIN. Auk. 20 Tho Cofor bill of
lading monsuro was laid on tho table
subject to call by tho Senate this
The Senate concurrent resolution
for offering a rewnrd of not over five
thousand dollars for tho conviction of
tho slayorg of State Rangers in Hidal-
go county came up with a favorable
commltteo report and after disous-'
Blon was laid on tho tabic Indefinite-
The House car shed bill was laid
on tho table subject to an Iminedlnto
Penitentiary Rill n Go.
Tho penitentiary bill was reported
favorably by 'tho Senato committee"
today. It contains provisions to go In
offect on January directly following
tho inauguration of Colquitt. ThlB
means that the now Governor will
name tho Penitentiary Commissioners.
Tho Senate then recessed until this
House Rill Substituted
Tho Senato insuranco bill with tho
House committee amendementB was'
taken up by tho. Houso this morning
and after mo reauing vaugnnu movou
adoption of tho committee amepdd
ments virtually substituting the
House bill. The motion carried by
viva voce voto.
After an address by Rny of Denton
tho Houso recessed until afternoon.
Although it Is declared Govorhor
Campbell's Illness is not serious ho
will bo unable to coma to his offlco
today and will nrobably bo absent "
from his dutk for several- days. 7Y
ALL LEGISLATORS WILL
TESTIFY IN DROWNE CASE
Nearly Etcry JI ember of Illinois
Legislature In 109 Will
be Called Upon.
By Associated Pw.
CHICAGO August 29. Practically
every member of the Illinois legisla-
ture of nineteen hundred and nlno will
bo drawn into the case of "Leo Browne
who Is charged with bribery and whoso
trial on this charge wfts resumed hero
Bringing tho remainder of tho legis-
lator into the case mostly tin wit-
nesses enmc in connection with tho
nrrlval of several hundred passes is-
sued by thq Illinois Central railroad
at tho oinco of states attorney Way-
man. These posses wero sent for tho
attorneys to use during tho trial in
order that tho stato would bo at less
expense in bringing witnesses to court
thus giving tho prosecuting attorney
more resouices to draw from.
A MIDLAND COUNTY FARMER
OHEW APPLES WITHOUT RAIN
Edwin Chadlek of New York who
has been a resident of Abjleuo nt In-
tervals for Bome months returned on
today's noo neastbound train froin
pojnts west after spending several
days away from the city on a business
On his return to tho hotcU Grace Mr.
ware grown in Midland county
"Most wonderful fruit I ever saw"
ho Bald passing them around with a
luyish hand "grow without moisture.
Man win raised apples had not seen
rnlu in eighteen months. This conn
try can certainly stand the effects of a
drouth and keep on doing business."
ARRESTED -Uf WACO BUT
IS WANTED IN ALABAMA
Special to The Ronorter
WACO August 29 After WUHam
iiiigHuy uiuiB duii jiouujiiH nan oeen
it developed that ho Is wanted at. AVc-
fumpkn Alagamn on a chnrgjS of
lUuniiT ii iu I'MiirKuu uiui iiigsoy was
Bervlng time In prison for -a killing
when he escaped and came to Texas
BOiuo tlmo ago. The Alabamn authorL
ties have been notified of ha arrest
here and he will bo held pending ad-
vices from them
T. M. Willis Esq. left on today's
noon train for Kansas City Mo. and
onor points on a lejal business trip.
maim aimii'mt no mm
AI'm'ST t'OITOV SOLD FOR TtVK.V
TV CUNTS ON NlttY YOlMv
SUSHI REACTION IS FELT
When Leading Hull Offered (he. Hund
red Thousand Hales for Sale at
I'roraillng Quotation Shorts
Wcr Hard Pushed.
ftl? Aaunnlfif tirl lfitoa
NEW YORK Aug. 20. (Bulletin)
?1hore hnvo been sensational fluctua-
tions In tho cotton market hero today
when quotations on August options rnn
to -tho highest point which hns been
reached slnco the civil war.
August option closed ut sixteen
olnhtv-two Sniurdnv nt noon nml nt
that tlmo this was the highest figure
ot tho season's market. Tho market
opened at sixteen nlnoty-flvo this mom
ing and within u half hour from tho
opening shorts wero triyng to buy in
nt nineteen cents or two hundred and
eighteen points in advance of tho Snt-
viirday" high point. This rapid advance
imeana ton dollars and ninoty cents
per bale moi for cotton than was
asked at tho opening this morning nnd
many longs on the market have realiz-
ed fortunes by closing out (C small
percent ot thoir holdings. Many rofus-
ed to soil waiting for higher prices.
' Boforo the end of tho first hour- the
option for this month was quoted at
PJ.30 250 points above the closing fig-
ure ot Saturday and twplvo and onohalf
iteaellon Sots In.
. August continued to advance until at
noon tho shorts wore offering twenty
cents or an advnnco or nearly sixteen
dollars per bale oveiSatunlay's clos-
ing ilgure. At this level one of the
leading bulls offered to sell flvo hun-
dred thousand bales whereupon a
slight renction set In. At an hour be-
fore closing tlmo August was selling
ntolghteen twenty which still shows
a heay advance over last week's quo-
READY WITH TESTIMONY
Interstate Commerce Hearing Testl
inony on Proposed Advnnco
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO Aug. 29. Ninoteon law-
yers representing all tho big western
railway '-systems wero present today
when tho Interstate Commerco Com-
mission began a hearing of tho testi-
mony bearing on an advnnco in rnll-
ijpad rates scheduled to go" into effect
tho first of Novfliubor.
This hearing Involves two hundred
nnd two railroads and transportation
lines of the trans-Missouri and Illinois
frolght territory. The lawyers this
morning l;gnu tho Introduction of ev-
idence li-. tho brmalf of their roads.
How long the hearing will bo contin-
ued Is not known yet.
STATE TAX COLLECTORS
JffEETINfl AT WACO TODAY
Special to tho Reporter.
WACO August 29 Tho Btnto asso-
ciation of Tax Collectorsmet here
this morning nnd appointed a commit-
too headed by A. W. Tabor of Cameron
which will meet tomorrow with a
almlKtr body of district and county
clerks. Tho state association is to
consider tho consolidation of Uieso two
IS HELD ON CHARGE OF
- HlWNINd BUCKET SHOP.
By Associated Press:
NJ3W YORK August 29; If. 8.
Judgo Moupt today signed a warrant
for tlm removal to Washington of
LouIb Stella of St. Louis millionaire
brother of Angelo and Samuel Sella
who It Is alleged oporatod a buokot
shop In the District of Columbia In
violation of tho Federal laws i
EXTRADITION PAVERS ARE
MADE OUT FOR 4 PARTIES
GUTHRIE OUIa. Aug. 29 Extra-
dlt on papers wore mado out for R.
C. Connfo of Shawnee I C Grimes
and A. T. Brown or Harrah and John
Garrett of Oklahoma City today with
reference to swindling In Indian lauds
COUNTY COURT WAS NOT IN
SESSION THIS AFTERNOON
Judge Bledsoe did not hold a ses-
sion of county court this afternoon
thoro being no cases for disposal The
docket still has several civil cases on
it many of them beln-; set for later
dates of this the concluding week of
SINGE CIVIL WAR
O ". O W O O O O J O O O Ci
Clmrvo llead In l'rltuit.
Hy Assooluted Press-
LONDON KiiKlnlul August
20T)r. ltawlcj t'ripien and
Kthol tj? Novo crti accused
Mlntly of tho murdor ot Hollo
KlMore tho wlfo or l)r. Crlp-
lien In a charge rend tliolu In
court this imirning. Today's
proceedings of Iho court con-
sisted In the Introduction of
ovldonco against the accused nt
tho conclusion of which they
wero rotnnnded until Soptembor
sixth without having plead or
mado any comment In reply to
tho charges Vlicn Crippoii
and Miss Lo Novo appeared In
court both looked ngltated and
111 at ease. The accused phy-
sician had shielded his eyes
behind huge glnsBca and
through these peered about tho
courtroom. Ho talked with his
attornoy in a listless manner.
Onco Miss Lo Novo caught his
oyo and smiled shyly at htm. '
oooooaoooooooa oo o
PEL1X JONES HOUND OVEP
AWAIT ACTION OR AND JURY.
J F. Cunnlnghnm Esq. returned
Saturday from Snn Angelo where ho
went lft thb inter6st 0f his client Felix
R. Jones charged with burglary In
connection With n dinmond theft from
the Loffol Jewelry store In Snn Angelo
soino weeks ago.
Examining trial was waived
bond In tho sum of $liU)Q entered Into.
Dr. J. A. Adklsson nnd B. C Gnlthor
of Merkol wero the sureties. Thomat-
thr Is now up to tho Tom Greon coun-
ty grand jury which meets on Decem-
ber 12. -
Tlio three companion cases wcro
passed' for tho tlmo bolng In tho ab-
soneo of District Attorney Brlghtman.
B. E. Saunders left this morning for
IJort Worth anil Dallas on a sovornl
davs business trtt
LIFE AND HEALTH
AS NATIONAL ASSETS
Dean Westbrook of the Med leal School
of University of Minnesota
v Will Speak.
ST PAUL. MINN Aug 27. Ono of
tho addreaaeB to be delivered at tho
second National Conservation Con-
gress In St. Paul Sept. fi. C. .7 S and
9 which will come clososJo tho homo
llfo.or overy American lsHlint of Dr.
F. F. Wcsbrook duan of tho Medical
Scltool of the University of Minneso-
. "Lire and Health aHNotlonulAsBots"
Is tho subject to bo discussed by D;
W-eshrqok. No other phase of conser-
vation furnlshoB n broader field for
dlKcusslon according' to tho ofllcers
of tho congress nnd much that will
benefit mankind Is expected to coma
frqm tho paper to be reiul by Dr. Wk.
brook an authority on National vitnll-
ty. To glvo an Idea of tho scope ot tho
question to bo discussed by Dr. Wcs-
brook It is pointed out that the report
on "Nntlounl Vltnllty Its Wastes and
Conservation." mndo lo this National
Conservation Commission by Irving
Fisher profeBs.or of pollticnl economy
Yale University showed:
Every day and every hour In tho
year- about ::OOOO0O persons Ho dan-
gerous III in the United States.
Fully half of this Illness Is prevent
Three-fourths f tuberculosis from
which 150000 Americans dlo annually
could be avoided.
U each llfo lost Is appraised at only
$1700 nnd each year's nvorugo earn-
ings for adults at only $7lfo tho econ-
mlc gain from preventing preventable
disease measured In dollars exceeds
ono nnd a half billions.
Prof Flsher'B rpport said: "Eighteen
oxpcrtsjn various diseases as well as
vital statisticians hnvo contributed
data on tho ratio of proventablllty of
ninety different cnuseB of death Into
which mortality may be classified
Frcln these data It Is found that fifteen
years at least could be added to tho
nyorage human lifetime by applying
the science of preventing disease.
More than half of this additional life
would como' from tho prevention of
tuberculosis typhoid and five other
dlsases.tho prevention Of which could
be accomplished by purer air water
and milk. In Lawrenco Mubs after
tho Installation of a pure water bup-
ply tho death rate from typhoid was
reduced py l8 per cent. For overy
death thus savnd from typhoid two or
threo deaths are saved from other dis-
eases" Prpf. Fisher reported that tho longth
of llfo Is Increasing wherever sanitary
science nnd preventive modlclno are
applied. Statistics show that the aver-
ago duration of life lit India Is less
than twnty-iivo years; in swooou
nore than fifty yoarB and In Massacht
letts forty.ftvc years and that In Ku-
ope II hns doubled In tare? and one-
OlTMiAL SVUI.TK FIIO.ll AUT1L-
I.EllY AS THE COLONEL
ADDRESS COWMEN T0NI6HT
Hut Former President Hiw Expressed
Wish That the Entire Affair llo
As Simple As Possible. At-
tended "Chuck Wngon
Uv Associated 1ibh.
DENVER Colo. August 29 The
roar of artillery booming out a saluto
of twenty-onu guns greeted Theodore
Roosevelt1 Utf tho train boarlng him
entered tho city limits of Denver to-i
day. Thousands of peoplo wero pack-
ed boforo tho railway station.
Upon his arrival Col. Roosovclt en-
tered a carriage and lead tho parade
of old comrades vetoranB of tho Spanish-American
War who arc holding a
reunion hero this week. Aftorthe
parade Roosovdlt attended a cowboy'
"chuck wagon" lunch given by tho
Denver preBS club and afterward ad-
drossed a public moctlng nt t)io audi-
torium. Tills wns followed by a talk
to tho Colorado legislature and an ad-
dress at tho banquet of tho Livestock
Growers Association. Among other-
speakers present wore Glfford Pin-
cliot nnd Jamos Garfield.
Must Ro Plnln Affair. -
DENVER. Colo. August 29 In ac-
cepting tho Invllntlou to address the
cattlemen hero tonight Colonel Rooso-
vclt took a stnnd for simplicity and at
tho samo tlmo gave relief to moro than
ono unprotontlous man who was to
bu'ln his host tonight.
"Just a plain dinner nt which I
meet and talk 'With tho boys Is all I
want" Bald Roosovoll "It must bo ah
Informal affair as I think wo will feel
more at homo K wo sit down to eat
In overy day fashion." This was the
way tho Cblonol accepted tho Invita-
tion as extended by tho commltteo or
tho Colorado Stock Growers Association-
hillf centuries. In MaBsaqhitsottH llfo
is lengthening at tho rate of fourtoon-
yonrH pur century or about one-linK
tho rajq of Germnny.
FT. WOHTH FAMILY CALLED HOME
MH. OMiEKFK DANOEROUSLY IEU
Mrs. C. A. O'Keefo nnd her ten-year-old
son Davo loft on Sunday's mld-
hight trnlu for thoir homo .in Fort
Worth In answer to a telephone saying
Mr. O'Keefo was dangerously HI.
Mrs. O'Kcofo and a nephew .Hnrryv
HnyH nnd her two daughters MlsBes
GubsIo and Miss Phoebo Cornell all
camp out last wook from Fort Worth
in their automobile to visit .& sister
Mrs C. C. Edwards 'llvlnc on North
Eighth and all oxpocted to leave this
morning accompanied by Mrs. Ed
wards and daughter MIbs Ruby for a
several day visit In Colorado City
but had to return to Fort Worth tho
Wlfo and son leaving last night nnd
the others left this morning at T
o'clock In their nuto.
" 'H - 'luu lviuir. '
FORT WORTH Aig. 29 Cattlo re-
ceipts C.000 Hogs 1200 Steers low
or IIJ.2G; cows lowor t3.7Pj calv0B
steady $075; hogs strong ?lt35.
LAWYEHS OF AMEHICA FLOCK
T() CHATTANOOOA TENNESSEE
Bv AssocIutPd Press.
CHATTANOOGA TENN Aug. 29.
All olllcera and oxecutlvo commlttoc-
picii of tho American Bar Association
are In tho city and delegates aro ar-
riving on overy trnlu. Tho opening
suBelon will be hold tomorrow wth an
address or Iho PreBldont followed by
reception of tho members reports ot
ofllcers und an address of welcome by
V. II. Anderson of Itoby arrived hero
lust night on the midnight train to bo
present at tho opening of district court
whoro ho was summonsed as n witness;
Ho will Bijond Boveral dayB hero vis
iting his Bon Geo. S. Anderson.
8 E Stephens nnd wife who had
boon hero seVorul days visiting A M.
Stephens brother of tho former loft
last night for their homo at Colorado.
' J. J Kelly left Saturday for Mid-
land whore ho will visit a brother. Ho
will also do some prospecting while In
that section of tho country.
Mr A. O. Clydo who has boon vis-
iting Ablleiio frlonds for tho pust two
buslnesa trip has loft for his bome
A. M. Strlbbllug and wlfo left this
morality for Fort Worth where t
forntergoea on busljMM. They will
return Tne latter part of the wfk.
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