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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 May 1891

"i ) t fc f -" t JUMUtOX IW 11 MVXX. fMalattfci. m U Why x MU tk Tn. . ' 'wdaltotheNewi. WXsiliNOToNt April ai It is un. fo derstoodliere that-ibe president is de- 4j ' Ktfitedwtlt his trip through the south. mkI is intimated that hewas genuinely x surprised at the condition of affairs inre. iiu speeencs on ins tour so farhave given evidence of his gratifi. cation. They studiously avoid giving any evidence of surprise however. No one expected that he should ex- r press himself dissatisfied with the peb pfe of whom he was guest and no one r would have expected any evidence 'of Surprise from him because that Would hve carried with it the idea that he had a poor opinion of the ability ener- i' gy and judgment of his hosts before he met them. .But Mr Harrison is K human and though president did not leave his human nature behind him when he entered the white house. That he is gratified at the progress of the south and at all he saw in the south no one has any reason- to doubt. That he wa...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 May 1891

FOR SALS3 BY -f V & y STITH & ."SI Hi HENDERS0M. L: j i. T . f.V'' -f - ?; ..:.':: ' 1 ist. t iractof j66 f-a acre"?; v) and. r m 184 . I 6th. 1 ft. 199. '" . '.. . ' :; ; :ff-?t?r i:J;vHfollowing tractsi(are ffne land "T " i-yfr' '.w.fe'Y T'fe.1'1!1- -i;v '' : '." -"-;; ' ':' v -' I 30th. t traict'of i6o!iacresil.i Ly ' ;. : iV f.; ' . 33. 1 tract of 160 .acres. ' ' f ' '? 3tst i-;'Vt6o".yt"-.jr- ; i-.'. S -y : 34?hi -i l .--li i j 'A w! t Tlie Daughtrty ranch' in Jbnescount) ; -:' 69$6 acres ' rich 'valleylandi' subdivided ". into' small tracts. ' ; ' ':;'.;' " ' v ''- ' T' ' 1 " ' " Low THE WHEAT PROSPECTS. JTHTEEK MItLIOS BUSHELS THE MTIMATE IM TEXAS THIS YEAR. Opinions of a Wheat Man. Xcw ike Kailro&ds X&y Servo Texas j Ilaciag-It oa tieB&me Tooting' M Xang&a aad Other States. Dallas News. Ur.F. M. Coclcrell gave the follow- opinions to aews representative: It would not surprise me if Texas this year harvested 13006000 bush- els of wheat or .double the q...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 May 1891

. (' " .'.' ff'V"' ??"''?' '" " ' ' ' '.." '!'!'. '.". ''" "'.'.".. '" " 'I .''." " ' ' "'"! ''' .iili.llil. i.i .11 fi i it I ii V. ilnl .W ! i i i i - - . ... i ... . . - . iThe AbilSb Reporter- '.2 i i VOIi. X. ABIEEKE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING. It AY 8 1901. NO. 19. rr R fr gp Ii There a Keeety fer a Cotton Core9in Abilenel We are in receipt of a letter from a gentleman in Mississippi who 'Inquired afyout the prospect'for a cotton com press in Abilene. The Tradesman or Chatanobga a journal working in the interest of the development of the south it seemed had called attention of investors to the P fslct that at Abilcns a cotton compress .Stf would do well. No effort in this di-' rection has ever been made- by our board of trade progressive committee or citizens and it was a matter of sur- prise to us that this journal should have called the attention of the public to this fact. But an investfgation by us since the receipt of this lifter shows that last yL year within easy reach of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 May 1891

w II VT. JL i I tiucratiijblip Wl f w A rctofarfc obwved ii ww&! not fc Wfe to aippbcMy fccejrt the nthcn- tfcttftif live remarks -attributed to Mr. 3yeknd on the rilver coinage quci (km by Stat Treasurer Stevens or MMNKHttfi In the latter's rehearxal from rtsnory Of a conversation with the m'lrc$Idnt. It ts quite credible. iKmever that Mr. Cleveland should decline to lay off hand what he woutd to if president in case a free coinage kill favored by a greqt majority of Ufa party and passed by a' democratic congress were submitted to hint at a Uteas faroffas 1894. The coinage question as o cuncr goiu ui uvci say be practically resolved pr laid aside and the currency question agl tkted on a far wider range and in more11 turning shape before that time. There s certainly a trait characteristic of great minds implied in the remark attributed to the ex-president that with the rapid t rtrides the country is making It is jm- possible to say what financial measure we may be ready for in 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 May 1891

CJ ' 1 ' '1 1 1 u M tml i& Mr Mtt n tkt mm. An article by Mr. Herbert Post of Fort Worth appearing in a recent is tteoftheiflorida Agriculttui'st state ' in substance that since the time when hM became a c(tUef) of Texas he lias been carefully investigating the pecan industry. He find in the pecan a most Valuable product and further motet that there are thousands of acres of bottom lands lying along our streams which are peculiarly well adapted to pecan growing. These bottom lands arc owing to occasional overflow of the streams almost worthless to their owners as the case now stands but fin planted to pecans of a good thin or '' "paper shell" variety they would in the course pf ten years be yielding an income larger and surer than would many times the same acreage of regu- lar farming lands cultivated to other crops. While our pecans cJq reasonably well on our high lands says Mr. Post these bottom lands are best Ifor their growth to say nothing of the. fact; that planting pecans...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 May 1891

CONTINUE THEIRS " If -'Ails. -hv j . . " . : : j-j '- '" y -. -''"NWi SPQ3?:j CASE ga&Xj3g3igjg : ':.' . '"';. ;': ''". "WE OFFER: . iB; . . 'hj rzbPSEW & n . -i : " ' ' ' ' fT ' v."'i . ' r-n " s - ' ' ' ' : 5o white shirts cheap at $1.25 for spot cash 50c. goo hundred pceale shirts open front and back; lighted dark colors at 45c. Novelties in pdffed bossomed shirts at manufacturers price. ' Summer flannel overshirts'.in endless varieties at actual .cost " A lot of about 600 Bilbrigan finished undershirts in all aiecs; cheap at 60c. We offer at pur spot cash sale for 18 and 25 cents each. . J .. ' "'' Men's half hose at 5c a pair a fine quality 3 pair Tor 5C. . - ' .$. -v.vv; Full finished half hose in all colors and sizes sold every- where for 30 and 35c a pair. Spot cash'pnce'17 i-ac- Lyon Me Parasols. We are sole agents for these goods here. The finest make of parasols ju the country. Glo'rin silk paragon frame new handles shell lips. We have about 360 parasols out at 33...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 May 1891

-' t4 L'. I '' K? tl n k LA yr V V5 r A CARTER & THE LAND I Always Have BARGAINS in 1000000 acres of LAND $1.00 up 136 acres Choice Suburban property. '46 LOTS $40.00 up. RESIDENCES $400.00 up. CHOICE BUSINESS PROPERTY. AGENTS for the Tv & P. R. TEXAN LAND CO. Lands in Taylor Jones Shackkl- ; ford Fisher Nolan Mitchell and Howard Counties. These are Choice Lands Low Prices Long Time and Low In- ' TEREST PERFECT TITLES TO EVERYTHING WE SELL AND ENERVTHING .STRICTLY AS REPRESENTED MAKINGr PURCHASERS ABSOLUTELY CALL AND SEE US over Bass Bros drug store on Pine Street; or write to us for DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLETS which will be mailed FREE. We refer by permission to all the Banks of Abilone. SPECIAL. WANTED. 1000 lines of advertising" in tills column nt ft rents per lino. FOR SALE. Three room bouse lot 100 x 140 near llaptlst church east front rood cistern. Four room -bouse lot 100 x 110 east front south side. Both places at n bargain. J. W. Evans. 19 tf rriCE. lr. O. Drchr of the Sl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 May 1891

IM. 'k"? 1: -i ii i iy ''.? ' '&J H -Jfrj i . i. - .t -$ FOR SALE BY & STITH & HENDERSON. . m ks ' if y "tr- jswflfjfv ''p :iY'i! "vW's? rffiy r p$T fc M i w i i i ii mi i i mi i a 1 1 iJm m I (X V X X JL W- lirir " - - fciWt mi . ..I..! .1 i f IfrfcBMul j I ni ...! i M " " ' I ' " ' " f ' '' - LIST GURRIE i' . ' '. -------- --.----.-. --r'rr . y '- r XIns fh'e celebrated Jim Ned valley we have the following tracts aU fiine yalley land; . . 4. . V; uiu- 1 jr-f-T x . V " "l : ' s-i T rrrr- ; ' " ' " 'i Uf ; j " nf .; u i tract of 1 66 ia acres. . c 9th. r tract of 177 acre -ty 17th; r tract of 183 J-io' acres ' s 3jth. 1 tract of 357 - acres ; - .8;;;; . . 'f. r?;i .;; ; ; - - ' ; 8th. i - tsio v;; ' ;c i'.). ;0;.P 1 " 4i 94-S U n Ji" ltiU l V9S '" -M??' ' ' "Nf V'? ' ' J ' .'7: 1 " f -jV -y " . t'4 ' vt .i -- i vy.o1' ' 7 ' w. . ' " 1 j .. . .1 ' A TvlflH ' ' r . . . ' ? ZOlll. 1 'i 1 !F' 1- nth. 1 iRRt.i - 9itl. 1 il " .' " V- k H'''" -- 1 St. and 3rd. 4th. Sth. i ' . 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 May 1891

D J-U- I i i i . li hi i m i iMH 1 i "H The Abilene Reporter. gsnrrrri '.y.u" .'.-gr iv4 VOL ABILBHE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING MAT 15 1861 1 KO. J20. U t X S -ir- JtYetMent J. Q. Came ef the Pioneer Kllli Co. Talks With mr Repor- ter Aheut the Wheat Outlook i the Abilene Country. Our mills are shut dpwn for the sea- son. We have ground up all the wheat in the country ekcept perhaps '$ a lew thousand bushels which is still in the hands bf the farmers who. when 4 the season advanced found themselves rg too busy with the growing crop tq loose the time in bringing it to mill. We will be in the market for the old wheat just as soon as we can complete Our addition and improvements. The ;' -present outlook for an abundant wheat )i .1 it.ii ; crop in me ivuncne country was never better. Flattering reports reach us from Runnels Nolan Jones Haskell Fisher Taylor Shackleford Coleman and Callahan counties and in view of increased acreage and laftre.vields. we Wflf are making preparations to handle t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 May 1891

'?r i ift X ;1 V il'rt MEATS ARE VERY HIGH All Kin Harr Ciw U Ad- tmh at aft Alrlftf Hate XTLXT TWO K0JCTMS. jfevfeM Prefetaa of Yack Xatereat to Xna 7mI11m Wktck lUy W&t ftolretl for Tr and a Halt Chtaf o Ttmt. ' Meats of all kinds have advanced m price at. such ftn alarming rate the last two months as to challenge the comment of consumers all over the country A like advance the next month or two and thousands of people tnM be forced to suspend eating fresh meats ns there is a limit beyond which the poorer classes cannot possibly go. Steaks which were selling March i for is to 16 cents now bring 16 to 18. Pork and mutton have advanced in about the same proportion and the in- dications are that prices will t go still higher as there is no promise of the existing conditions changing for the better- Thi? is a question that every man woman and child in the entire country is interested in and if the prices are marked up a lew notches higher as everything indicates they will be fresh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 May 1891

! " ' "' f '" '" .-- Tj- " -' T ' " I ' '-'I i - ' '( i H I I U i I ii ' .. -i - -I .--.-..rnnii n in if t - . . s j. u Nr. CfV$ $ V m m. r v .?' III u t 1r 2 m MP..' 4 . rirg 'U . & A- intyurd Ii)4rtry f Umtd Ium TJie yine growing industry of tit United States is divided by the census bureau into five general divisions as follows: Ftat The eastern division com- prising about 51000 acres in cultiva- tion in the states o( New York and Fdyjsylvania including the Kcnka dis- trict Canandalgua district Ontario dis- trict and Wayne district Seneca dis- trict Chataumu county (New Yorkh V - and JJrie county (Pennsylvania ) dis- 'fi tnct and tlje Hudson river district. gi- Second. 1 he middle division -with & 43633 acres in the states of Illinois I In.lixnn n.l Ot.!.. li.. 1..1... !l...t:.. "r . minima uuu viil" i't- liillti iiipiuuill fM the Islands district and the Euclid dis- Wet. Third. The western 'division with 17306 acres in the states of Kansas and Missouri. Fourth. The south...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 May 1891

; i Ti WFZ; - ' r. u v F i i ft '' . " r : ' " : M MM AIM A AIMHM A " A MM MM JH M M MM BOSTON Having determined to discontinue the Dry Goods business with a view of embarking into the exclusive s Men's Furnishing Goods we have concluded to close out our entire stock consisting of Dry Goods Boots 'Shoes Hats and Clothing. Every dollars worth of goods in the house must be converted into cash regard- less of what they bring and store cleared within 40 DAYS. m j without mercy to cost or value. ' The time is short and the ruinpus figures on such reliable goods all of which are this season purchases in the New York markets. New esh and desirable will 'make them go at double quick pace. You will do well to come at once and lay in your supply for the- year .and I emember this is fuse and Shelve worn Stuff but a genuine OXJOSIJSrO- OTJT1 JSHE) GTTITI3SrGr reliable and entirely new and complete stock that instability is second to none in Abilene. These goods are r or wholesale at a price les...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 May 1891

IV li ifsS i.j "iSjK : fkH I !. Ti- w J' "' ' .''' Jf . f !'! viiIii.i.ii.i..h '."!' 'y i nil...!. ii . i iii li hi I I rliM... . M. pARflX CARTER LAND Always Have BARGAINS in 'Jlf vxWpo ooo acres of LAND $ioo up. 1136 acres Choice Suburban property. 546 LOTS $4000 up. RESIDENCES $400.00 up. CHOICE BDSIESS PROPERTY. & AGENTS for the T. & P. R. &V -r A1kTTA.frv..-v t AfJ.-HAVi J-.A1NU LU. Lands iford Fisher Nolan Mitchell syare Choice Lands Low Prices Long Time and Low In terest PERFECT TO EyEUYTlfTNG WE AS sumiiLY MAKING PURCHASERS ABSOLUTELY . lS-A-IFZE JL2STJD. SDBQTTKDE3. ft? .CALL AND SEE US over Bass Bros drug store on Pine Street; or write to us for DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLETS SJwhich will be mailed FREE. We refer by permission to all SPECIAL hili' '.NKV Stefivmnntplnno for Sale ata'barftnln. jriy Jrinqmra m usroitTcn ouico. - t-VU FOR SALE for casta. Mills. A good Missouri Jack will lw solrs J O. CunniE at Pioneer MADAM HILL nextrtoor to r-alace boieL wlilc cs all ossls...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 May 1891

rrnnFfrnrwnmm .:-. :.M.fjmamM WWW rTnlSWif WWmw ' V v-in '' V' - : ? r II jhk w immm mm w HmmimmwM- n M .irMwmkm?w-m' 7 n?y- E3SmU v- .'t- ' -i" -' j4cS . - "'.-wi . . ' ' ir-711 . ' . lx V -'.r- c .. (i 1 I' 1 ; .'. f. .; ' .7 ; ; ' ; ;.' ' : .J'1-"" " .;. ...Wi...lj.'.. .'.."..-'"'"" ' .'...' "..'-iif.'li ; i;!:::1"";?? V ;i roOLTRPARTMENT. rboia nil coftjMWiN) on llie UtJec$ bouKl ' ' C VMWtM. Carl atf If j Inter. ' Few thinxs are more annoying to ay nothing Of the loss of valuable eflgs than to have one pf your -hens o contract the habit egg-eating. . She will soon start others (u doing the same thing If not Hopped abruptly ahtl I med to think the only way to stop her Abruptly was to chop her confounded rteaj'l off! But I've learned a better yt for though an egg-eating hen Is & pKiit provoking creature still it it often the. best hen in the flock that becomes jMidiaed to. the vice for vice.it is and "the confirmed egg-eater U a guilty wretch that can't look you in the face b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 May 1891

l Hi; 7. ' o '' m i V- f v . V lift' -t M y f' ; - MR. FOSTERS FflWtf T. Wlwt Hi. .CftkltMM ?eris4 fraw art fa a f" I 9TH TO THX 13TK OF MAY. W y Look for eae ttwt of Hard Md fttormy WmU- la the M&In During West Wiatfr Tha Cause of It. St. Joseph Mo. May 9 A storm wave ot only ordinary force will be due to leave the Pacific coast about May 14th across the Rocky-AllegbanyVaK lev from the 1 6th to t8th. and reach the Atlantic coast about the lothi. The; low barometer or this storm wave will pass across the continent south of the 40th degree of north latitude and the cool wave and frosts following it will reach further south than is usual it this time of the year TJic stqrm will become quite severe on the Atlantic coast about the 19th and following it will occur the coldest weather of the month. My last letter gave particu- lars of the storm wave due to cross the continent from the Pacific to the At lanttc coasts from the 9th to the t tth. These forecasts give the key to the weathe...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 May 1891

BP 0 "V.v- . '"..i . u . PV i . i ......- m ..- I""" '"' '' """' "'" --ft-. - .- - - - "'.j"" ""'' ' """"l ii--t-. ;J- ..-- i t ''Tii'i'. In ij" ' ' ' '-. -.y' n' l'mm. I CURRIE STITH &fEfDERSONi fl Havfe a large list of Iiid and City Property for sale consisting of te Best Lands in Taylor Counte find rti MOST DESIRABLE ABILENE OITY PROPERTY and at the lowest prices and on the best terms. 'A i t ; -V V Vi' a1 T Titles Warranted as JfH M. MtATT JK.: Oraui Xapids Hiefc. Gives His Opinion of the AMlene Ceuatry. Saturdav moraine a reporter met Mt. John M. Pratt Jr. who has been trvelin5 in Texas for three years but wlwsehome is in Grand Rapids Mich. Mr. Pratt Is a man of wide experience -ill Business anu nas uccn a. uuk ob server of the growth of the cities of the; different states in which he has traveled during the past sixteen years. 1' "Hfe has witnessed the growth .of Sioux 1 City and DeMoines Iowa Lincoln And Omaha Nebraska Kansas City I Mom Wtchita Atchison and Topeka I Kan. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 May 1891

fiK W - '' " '' " '' IH Oli X. ABrLBira tfixAs priday hoiking mayss imi. :no. 21. ill i L t" W Fft I ll vx ? M ; & V 1 i CAPT. W. J.f MALTBY ' TntertHftWfl hw n UnnoTtfir Retire- . . .. r -- .j aMllltlwA I"- ' """" ' !? f'lnt. V T. Mnlthv. nni nf thi ninst 'prominent Texas fanners and. horticul- turist8 favors -the Reporter with" the following interview (inpt Maltby heeds no introduction to the progres- sive farmers of this state he needs no introduction to the horticulturists of the United States with Whom he has matin national convention at the annual Greetings of the American Horticultu- ral. Society. He is a member in high .standing of tliis organization and is also a membervof the Texas Horticul- tural Society and is on important com- .Sjnittees of both. TIie reporter asked : WAiay i asK you wnai you iiiidk oi the future of Abiiepe and the Abilene Country? . I think that iiflhe near future Abi lene will bea city of 50000 inhabi- tants. .' Why do ypujhink sol ..Because it ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 May 1891

HHPSPHKsWnWrfPSJOTfiWmCTs -w si V; 'mi tsJHMf 'WmW:W'' 1 ;;lwf' -t: -H" "'.M vv? J 11 1 Hi mm j?' .in i 1" 1 mjw . ' . . ''. f ... T J.S2J"- 4 JJESfBI tfjB-fk'pP' ' A t r -.1. . L . hi ". ' 1 ? " m I5C !.'. kbd iX H. POULTRY DEPARTMENT. Tfct -jrtBfU I ewidntlril y C f . )Uuti to whom all tmpewilcneo on t jie iu!)Joct hIiouM pv trarvitHV S4W My4fl f Inettatlfrn. A. Ftiw yct Wjkj tk iabjwt Wltk Ill4rUoB8. r 'Hits is the season Of the year when the old hen feels it incumbent upon herself to take 6n maternal airs and accordingly hits herself away to some secluded spot where unmolested she (follows out the bent of her inclination. Mer three eks patient setting back she comes followed by a nice brood Of chicks. But most of us take it for granted that biddy has only exercised the functions of her office and seldom if even slop to investigate the evolving process that transformed so many eggs' into the' lively little balls of down that now excite Our admiration and makes old biddy the most ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 May 1891

' ! h - " ' .1 "1 -" '- ' 11 ;"'' ''- 1 1 1 1 - - . y . "Sf f 4 :l. AbilnV BwMity at . HrJo)JtfLHlwk. fending on Bdlcvuc Ridge a cert inirience in the sbuthwcstern su of the city just at Uie settle of sunt I am o'ercome with tlie lovcll- i of my surroundings. ren 1 was a. child a thousand east of here. I heard of a country way called western Texas; but not the spring of 1801 have I been JMtnitted to behold its beauties. K rem this elevation I look toward fbt fcOUill. and ttit n w.ist. fertile ninin P'hed with low mesquite trees with r young drooping foliage modestly fww iiitssiiuuy bwaymg in me urcczc e&attli smoothly carpeted with dark iW&t h. tidily colored mesquite grass wwk snug little farm cottages are vis fcfcf bere and there until my eyes reach long narrow range of mountains tout twelve miles distant which forms iflte'sautbcm horizon and sets a boun 4line to the picture on that 6ide Ml look to the wesf and the great fb of day is hanging just above the rrow fringe of e...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 May 1891

0 - Ml i 1 V h"4 MP . i I v J"T fe TJ Itft ffi 5 Wt. S I ok mwmmmmm a Tfcl..!Mh.ai JMllMill The Abilene Reporter. riWJHt AT1 Asmnrs; - --.tbxai YRlDAYMAYraa 8ox j :j 0ZA; JIOENY JH. Editor. . . ..... 3T In&tro RnGc rtkk Building on Second Street. ra- "W ' "i .. 'Ji'tVL' -jru Vaterwt t the Abltene. Tmm roirtolBco m tatond-ClaM Mill Xaticr. Obo ycar... .. ...... ...45lfc5 Sk Months ............ 75 Three month ................ 40 AdTMtlUf 3UtH. Display jr'onrrrl line (1 to Inch) tttrtt Beadr (Irecrmirurtratnt) O&cti toad notice - lOcU For very other week display advertisement dd. 85 per cent to the aboro rate. Speclnl positions (prominent) 1st page 23 per oent extra 6 . Special pfeltaon 4th or Sth page JO per cent extra. Eight ae' is per cent extra. ' 250000. We have In our house jand in transit one quarter of a million envelopes which we are in a position to sell to the trade at low figures in lots of not ess than 5000. Printers in west Texas will do well to send us th'tir ord...

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