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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 January 1892

I'li x ' '.. tf ft St AGRICULTURE Agriculturally Speaking-. The press of tbii country has been advocating the "less cotton and more bog and hominy" way of farming fof a period of time con vering something like a quarter ceritnry. Since cofton has got to be worth less than it costs to raise it many farmers are resolving to accept the good advice. It occurs to the Ledger that the first consideration of the farmer should be to produce what is needed at home such as hogst for bacon and feed to raise and fatten them; cows for butter milk cream and beef arid feed to sustain the cows fowls for the table eggs and feathers; kitch- en garden; orchard for fresh fruit can- ning etc. ; stawberrien blackberries &c. for home luxury. All these articles can be produced on any and every farm and the man who has them in sufficient quantity for family use. generaly has some of all to sell and the times when these articles will not sell are rare in- deed. The articles mentioned are few in comparison...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 January 1892

II '""" t " 'I ' ( The Abilene Reporter PUBLISHED AT jkiirr.inns ... texas. t i i i : . .1 i i !.! J r i " " ' i 'in n" 'i 'i V MUDAY JANUARY ajj 189a. snimmi in -n pi imnn nmMi.iii.niiMihii.i ' ..- .i.p ' . HM.yi.-it. ..i. i.. fflHV IfOJStfYy Jl.; Editor. 0-&ce In RiroRTKR fltxlldinj; on Second Street. 1 i. i.i hi '1 1 a in n 1 i. t ... Batumi! it the Abilene. Texas roslofflca Second-Class Mill Matter: -1 . hi" -.i-mnnif -ni 1 mi i'i n 1 m-i- Btfbicriptftm BUs. Om jcu. ....... ......$1.50 SbLtnonthi.. ... i.. ...... ....... ... 75 Three month . .4.. ' 40 ii 1 1 n Texas tod Tadfle Local Tim Table. EAST-BOUND' rASSENClR. Arrives.!..... ...............110:40 a. M. Departs ..... i 1:05 a. u WRST-BQUND r-ASSENaEX. Arrives..... 4:08 p. u. Depart. 4:30P.M. Chile Apologizes. ThcJiferoKTEK publishes this week the message of President Harrison on the Chilean situation. Not because vtc thought there would be war be- tween this country and ChiU.' but to give our readers the message as it w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 January 1892

lfM;l'TfrTTWv J f I r fl f . V A It tO TKI WORLD'S JTAIR. Who Will Garry off tbo Honor in tl Store for a Popular lady. n 1 r fi The Abilene Light Infantry will send its sponsor to the World's fair and hav all the exDcnses connected &wjth the trip. This fortunate young lady ill also accompany the boys to Aus- tin where she will be entertained by the sponsor of the company there. She will be supplied with a handsome uniform and her trip to the World's fair wilt be made with a party of sponsors from the different companies through' out the state who will be accompan ied by chaperones. Now who will be fortunate enough to secure this honorable position? Who of our young ladies will be elect ed.by the people of Abilene to repre- sent the company at the World's fair? rhe company intends that all shall have a voice in this selection that all shall have an opportunity to vote for some one for the place. T. L. Middleton treasurer of the company has charge of the contest and all coupons mu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 January 1892

fiff pwinj-n apt M f. k IMBR MOIKTIM Attleh CoamuuHferr WtwtT. Klht Tef- taa fcoMa it mmm WMMtare In ttwtt asjlutn M How rome A Retves kull4ln corner Worth Second mm FlMt atret on the second Itowflay ntatrt la each month. Vlalllng Sir KnlgMa eerdMlv tark4 to attend. J H. IUumMoai Km Commander d. W. RoaiKTS. Iteconter. AMteM. Chapter Mo.lU.JU A. M.-Holdi Its Kicearocauoni uiaaccona roaajrnnni in a mvmri iHuni( nui imiu Iiuvr s mi mu ret building comer Plnei and Korth Second W. Kosxirr. M. K. II. P. .... . ... . ... . . M nMll communication the- first Saturday nlbt MOM Monlaln their halt third Moor Porter MetTN bnlldlnr corner Pine and North Beo- itj atreete. W. 8. 0. Jobrmh Secretary. m$ B. O00K W. M. fc 0. 6 tteet etery Tueaday nl(bl In tne K. f P. hah. All TtoHlnrt-rrtbron Medially In HtMloalKind. W.ILTiurr.H.G. J. W. lUarrnii. Secretary". SUrot tbe We Lodge. No. . K. of I-Meeta weryThurwlay renin at Hi Castle Hall Vtalt- tB Knlghta Cordially Invited to attend. ' K.IL HiicTlKiaC. R...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 January 1892

-T-ntv'rT v Ytfv vijraRjr' rr ' f OULTRY DEPARTMENT. Poultry Pickings. Hnrlfd r-rpftll1u lianlfri nav lipttr than chickens. h On trouble now is to get batchable eggs when they'are needed. vvnen possiuie procure iwoyearoia cocks is they are the best for breeding. A half dozen good Pekin ducks are worth a dozen of the common puddle- breed. While chickens can be raised at nil seasohit the management should vary with the season. If poultry are allowed to roost in the stables with other stock they are sure to create Tilth. Tobacco sprinkled in the bottom of itlA nt.ctj .Mill Ituln motAritlltf lit 1?..n. h '" aX 'e verntin. i Corn meal mixed with Ground buck- ;' wheat makes a good fattening ration; mix with milk. Young and old fowls need sufficient i food to keep them in a good thrifty condition all the time. ! There is but little demand in the market for guineas so that only what can be used on the farm should be rais- h " Burnt bunes fed to the poultry cap often be made to take the plac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 January 1892

?TV;rrrr'!" '''"fB'T'T VVj-sTpifWT lf''' T i1" I r-"Pvfrwt-r!r'"'''pl'"1' 'f ';i""irT'(w" vw" -jy-iprfvi'ir ' i- ' "V VJ"i S'Mirf f rw"Hf"vr7 vt!fT""r"T '"" WVST; 'y.'S'"''" ""'. mi K ".' THE SIGNS. (continued from pagb nvb) Ij walking under them." Will Stith says "t believe it would feiprove the looks 6 four town to do way with them. I do not believe they lo any good in advertising the business of the men Who put them up. lama land and Insurance man and as plain ly as I have my signs painted in front of the building people come in and ask if t don't keep a restaurant." T. R. Polk says lie don't see that the signs do an particular harm. He 11 nol using One himself. T. L. Middleton says he favors tak- ing them down. I W E. Hughes of the firm of May- field & Hughes says he is not special- ly interested; would as soon have them dc'WM.os up "ir the council would prohibit them I think the streets would look much better." Gus Ackt-rmans says "the quicker they are removed the better. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 February 1892

THE ABILENE REPORTER. M VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MOE.NTNQ. PEBRTJAIiY 5 1892. NO 0 ft .. li 1 w P V I K I i X I FACTS ABOUT ABILENE. Abilene has two cotton gins. Abilene needs more railroads Abilene has a new opera house Abilene has benevolent societies. Abilene has a five ton ice factory. . ..1.. . I. Ill - Abilene has three National banks. Abilene has an iron tank factory. Abilene has a wooden tank factory. Abilene has over 5000 busy people Abilene wants a cotton seed oil mill. Abilene has a planing and turning .mill Abilene has Simmons' Baptist col- lege. Abilene has a fine silver cornet band. Abilene wants a 200000 bushel ele- vator. Abilene needs more progressive people. Abilene has a fine system of public schools. Abilene is to have an electric street railway. Abilene has a social club and read- ing rooms. Abilene wants the world to know its advantages. Abilene will have stone gutters clean streets. and Abilene has fine shipping pens. stock yards and Abilene is the west o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 February 1892

m.. II ' ' ' ' CITY DIRECTORY nmun twmiM AMfeM Oomauimtery No. 17. Knlghtt Twp- few tsoM h stated concUTB In Ihrlr asjlum M Hoof Fortet KeTet tralMlnt eoroej SiaH -8ond and rina atreeta on iho Kcend StonAar vm in ach month. Visiting Sir Kate &U cordially lnTlted to attend. J. H. Fitumu Km. Commander. ft W. Kobkbt. Recorder. AMtene Chapter tJo.n9.lt. A. M. IloM Its Mated ceft vocation a thoacoond Friday nlKM In arh mouth In tbelt hall third floor font and Reeves tmlldlnc corner Pine and North Second Mreeta. W.S.O Joiwaow. Sccrftary. C. W. IlOBKItTS. M. K. II. P Abtleno tod. No. 0 and A M.-tloldalrt ataaeO communication) the nrst Saturday nUM JmmcIi month In their hall third floor roner awl Hrcrea building. romerPlne and North s- fcsMttrecta. W. 6 O.Jotixaox Secretary. H.BOoofcW.tt t 0. 0. P. Meeta erery Tiiwday' titrtl In the K. of P. hall. All vlslUnz brethren cordially In- rKd to attend. W H. Tntrp N O. J. W lUMrroit. Secretary. 8tarnf tbe Went Lodge No. K. of P. MecU wrery Thn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 February 1892

i-.-ft i-4 iffy l 1.0. i Jfc - -JP 1 3 fr V h HORTICULTURAL NOTES. Tho Farmer' Garden. WORK FOR .FEBRUARY. February is a busy month i in the garden. Thn work of preparation should be finished and planting begun in good earnest) though there may be some variation in time of planting due to conditions of the weather; each sea- son is a law unto itself. Cold weather in January may have postponed the planting of peas onion sets and other hardy vegetables. If so these should be planted with least possible delay now. Peas should be plan ted on a raisec bed 12 by 15 feet wide in drills 15 to 18 inches apart Put them in thickly in the drill; lint or 4 inches deep. Onion sets shouldbe put in drills 15 inches apart about 4 inches between sets. Extra early red and yellow Dan- Avers are two of the best varieties. For good results the land should be very rich ; wood ashes and hen droppings are an excellent manure tor onion. Turnips radishes beets kohlrabi lettuce mustard should all be planted be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 February 1892

(I w A? I 1.1 rE u Tht Abilene Reporter. IHWUSrlED At - - TEXAS. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5 180a J OtfAT HOENY ?. jEtfiYor. OSefc (n RtTORTXR Building op Second Street. aural t the Abilene. Texas Postofflco as gecond-VliM Mll Matter. Subscription Xatai 0e yew... 9U months... Tkree months .$t.S 75 4 Tsui and PtcUle. Local Tlat TaMt. XAST-BOUNDrASSUtaClt. Arrms.. 4..... 10:40 A. M. Departs. ....... ..11:05 A. U WIST-BOUND rASSLNCU. ArrtVes .... .... 4:05 f. M Departs...... 4:30 r. m. The newspaper correspondents Are still after Garza. The cotton seed oil mill fc growing everyday. movement Henry Waterson has a large sized presidential bee buzzing in Ins bonnets Velasco is getting some good ad vertising out' of the Gazette News fight. J. B Simpson one of Dallas fore most real estate speculators failed last week.. The politicians are against Mr- Cleveland so say some of the politi- cians. Sherman seamless bag mill was started up Mortday. It has a capacity of 4000 bags per day. J. B. Paul superint...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 February 1892

jiXKM Tf ""- V ' ( T?rfW"l' I.. ft i'. TttTMWOlLB'l lkl. Wi' - - . rWM wui warry on me jaonor in ' ttAwa f a VamhIi T.aAw n(s 4 n vjutfft muji Aj The Abilene 'Light Infantry wiU I Jtcnd ha sponsor to the World's fair and pay all the expenses connected with the trip. This fortunate young lady will also accompany the hoys to Aus- tin where she will be entertained by the sponsor of the company there She will be supplied with a handsome uniform and her trip to the World's fair will be made with a party of sponsors from the different companies through out the state who will be accompan- ied by chaperones. 1 Now who will be fortunate enough to secure this honorable position? Wlso of our young ladies will be elect- ed by the people of Abilene to repre- sent the company at the World's fair? The company intends that all shall have a voice in this selection that all shall have an opportunity to vote for some one for the place. T. L. Middleton treasurer of the company has- charge of the contes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 February 1892

pl " -M- i-zz AGRICULTURE X raise tat sreifn LtnAf. I Oeacc 155000 tons of currant rown on an average every yean The year 1889 brought the largest to the Danish dories. The average price was $24 70 per cwt. In Switzerland the first sugar factory m being erected at Romanshore upon a German mode). It m stated that in some of the En- gSsh agricultural districts the popula ktion has decreased forty per cent Mice the last census. In 1889 Russia imported nearly $5 000000 worth of spirits or drinks. Tine year she could humanely import $1000000000 worth of food pro- ducts. A national mark for Danish butter wiH shortly be introduced complaints having been made that butter from other countries is bought as Danish. The motive power of falling water is to be made a government monopo- ly in Switzerland. Extensive inquiries we now beirg made the purpose of ar- ranging the tax. Encouraging reports are received of the raisin growing of Mooroopna. Large orders are being received from abroad for dess...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 February 1892

4 te POULTRY DEPARTMENT. J- "i Pesltry JUliiitfr. Thero is a deal written and said about the wonderful profits to be made at poultry railing. While some of the successes we hear about are so won- derful as to be scarcely credible there " arc innumerable failures that arc never chronicled. Experience and energy are absolutely necessary to insure pro fitablc returns.. Of domestic fowls chickens arc pre-eminently the fowl and as such should receive our most constant and careful attention if we are to succeed. A great deal of spec- ulation is constantly indulged in as to which of the many breeds is the most profitable. In the consumption of food the larger breeds have the advan- tage as their quieu sluggish disposi- tion require a less amount of food than the smaller and more active breeds The latter however give us in Ire eggs and while there is not so much flesh it is of better quality. With fowls running at large no gTeat amount of skill is necessary in there management but with thos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 February 1892

WL "..LIIWA mh' ' ' ' )' V- . - i v IK n It' IC IlH tf fettt. (irroTorTitl 4BiutKfcc?6inrriiTTXAt.) Cowe Mnt6 ot feller clot to nfe idf Vet th nonbtf U comln' acrou lb dlrldt; I know tlwliiltnniico thrill an' to titanic An the bwl I hoo In ouut1 on the rangei Tit OMfotea itK roMriln' the raounutnaler elf ht Tfcej're. awaltltt fir me they're huoicrj Mlih tight. This ttn It are awful n' tbe meat It all gone An' the (Ire iron't Jmu Xm. itf eertd till the mom Ah' 6ur blanket it- laixed.'bnt well alone 9o we'll ehkclt lertilnht Iboiiith I'm cold m a atone. Itnt them Oimnli alAunMn'an' .rallln'wlth slow An'theymnkemt feelgood like In dajrilong ago . When I wm llghtfaearted an' waien't fool Au played muinbltt on the grata near the tcbooW With dear little Bens blese her tionett blue cjrw Bat ehe'a (Vr away mabble home In the tkln Fer that thar Jim Tla.vnrt.tt) ttorefcteper'a eon tie Jlltc4 m? lleM an' thought It war fun An'be.mlnext her.too. tol tcttletl him; (PYapa 1 wouldn't be hrr It It ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 February 1892

- - -- - The Reporter. tf VOL. XI. ABHiENB TEXAS FRIDAY MORN TNG. FEBRUARY 12 1892 NO. 7. Abilene i ft '.& It i5 ' K't 4 r v I Horse Notes. Col John R. Nasworth San Angelo will breed Daisy and Little Sister to Tom Powers. Dr. T. M. Blakemore will breed some mares to Tom Powers. Get ready for the spring stallion show which will occur on the first Sat urday tn March. J E. Beasley gener- ously offers the use ol his yard and stalls to all exhibitors free of charge. This show will be the same as the one last year. There will be no prizes for animals exhibited but every owner of good horses will be given an excellent opportunity to show what he has. Ev- ery breeder is benefitted by these friendly shows. We can have a pa rade as we did before and the horses should be made to look as well as pos- sible. Remember the .first Saturday in March and bring in your horses. Our country will be famous some day for the horses it produces. J. R. Welch is improving slowly but will soon be able to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 February 1892

wr f) AGRICULTURE Tntek Jamlng . ' (1Sinee kit the stable crops seem to be produced in over supply many fairaers re looking to other ways and means for livelihood Many are looking to tfttck farming. As I have had several years of experience in this line'l will give such a few hints in the business. There is a great varkty of ptoducts toch as vegetable and small fruits with which the great mass of our people ever have supplied. I know even of thewthe markets are- .often glutted but this is more due to lack of destn- button than real deficiency in the de- mand. Many timea these products fcaost especially strawberries arc sent to large markets in order to find a sale at hieh nrices. and thus and over sun. ply while hundreds of little towns nev- er get rven a. taste of this delicious fruit- There is an almost unlimited demand fbr the small fruits if grown properly and properly marketed. A nan must have a knack for marketing as well as producing if he would suc- ceed. It is a lack of thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 February 1892

.'"' wrMI r n .k"rfjTT1'V'''1 j' '3r!TT?"."'ffr1T?fr' v r Til ' .'. W :. . w kL ?- U! IW r! tt f- POULTRY DEPARTMENT Poultry. Although it is now more than two week ago since X. Y. Z.t wtqte us a Very identifying and interesting article on miscellaneous topics appertaining to poultry it is just now for the first time that wo lwe had the opportunity of manifesting our appreciation of its signal worth and most courteous bear mg. We would like to figure with X. Y. Z. in promoting the further propaga- tion of this most scientific industry. The special features necessary to make poultry raising a financial success are only (o be found in this country and right in our midst i. e. cheap land and suitable climate and in reply to X. Y. Z's question of organizing a district as- sociation we see nothing lacking only enterprise. As far as we arc concern- ed we are always ready with our mite and willing with our brain to help mat- ters along. It ought to be a very easy matter to find fifty good m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 February 1892

- V ifvw yr$ v-.-t. r V The Abilene Reporter PUBLISHED At ABELKKE ... TEXAS. ! -! - I H..I l . .. ... i.li'lll..lllfc'i' FRIDAY FEBRUARY ia 189a. 5W JIOENY JR.s Editor W ! ' ' - '' 'I (XRcciri ksrORTKR RuUdlng on Second Street. Xti tred at the Abilene. Texas Fostofflce a ttecoud UIbm H1 Mttef Bueierfption JUtsi. One year...... ........ ......5'5 Six months... .... ..'.......... 7 Three months ... 40 Texas and Pacific Local Tim Table. EAST-ROUND PASSENOM. Arrives . . 10140 a. m Dc'Arls.............i..Il;o5 a. m VEST-DOUKI r-ASSKNCMl. .Armet............. 4:08 r M. Dc-am............'... ..;... 4:jo C. (. ' mi ' Hi '1 ml I 1 ' -p.-. H ' I ' ' ! ' '!' Pi mt trees on the 22 1 nut. DAVE HILL 13 FIRED OUT Ft om BU Apartment ill tho man Home. Bate- Could Not 8tond tho Talk and Tobao co of Hi CaTeri Now In Twaod's Old Apartment. The necessity of a railroad dirert to the gulf s onfe that cannot be supplied an too soon. Railroad centers become great citie when the center is surrounded by good f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 February 1892

o fe '. i A H 'J - u H TOTHEWORLD'3 FAIR. Wk6 Will Carry off tbo Honor in Store for a Popular Lady. $" The Abilene tight Infantry will 4 send its sponsor to the World's fair ' '"and pay all the expenses connected 1 ' .' with the trip. This fortunate young lady ' ' will also accompany the boys to Ajjs- 1 " ttin where she will be entertained by "the sponsor of the company there. She will be supplied with a handsome uniform and Iter trip to the World's fair will be made with a party of sponsois from the different companies through' Out the state who will be accompan- ied by chaperones. r Now who will be fortunate enough to. secure this honorable position? J Who of our young ladies will be elect- ed by the people of Abilene to repre- sent the company at the World's fuir? The company intends that all shall have a voice in this selection that all shall have an opportunity to vote for some one for the place. T. L. Middleton treasurer of the company has charge of the contest and all coupons...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 February 1892

V! r I. r CITY DIRECTORY. BMMT WCIKTIKS. AWttat ComnUndery No. 87. KnlfihU Temp- Is holds iu slated conclave In their asylnm tin! floor rotter A Rcevtt bnUainc corner forth ikromt and Pino streets on ih ' MWnd frondar nlKbt In tfton month. Visiting Sir InkhU coralallf invited to attend. i. ii. roi. Km. Coramandw. C W. KoiiihTs. Recorder. Abilene Chapter o-WH-AM.-llold. Iu Mated convocations ihe second Friday nlRht In web Month In Ihelr hall third floor Porter ami Seer building comer Tine and North Second atteet. W. 8. 0. Jniwaos Secretary. C. w. KoaVaT. M. R ii. f. Abilene I-odg. So. 559 F. and A. M.-Ilolds Iu Hewdeommunleatlona yrwrdy night taearh month In their halUthlnl Boor Porter smd Reetea bulldln. corner Pine anil North Seo- d streets. W.S.0.4onisi Secretary. H. B. Oook Mt I O. O. F-Meets every Tuesday nthl In we at. ot P halL All t1.1Uij( bmhroni wdlallyln. THed to altend. HTnirwN.a. J W.IUsn-rnn. Secretary. Slight cordially lnTUedtOu.etgC & E J IutIbiuK. or u. na 8. m.....

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