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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 March 1892

WSfttfir''"" r jtjj HV . ?"-''TiFT"'rff wp-f-j THP" )lM' T 'VW3!giWT3''' pj' M POULTRY DEPARTMENT A Chicken Gotp . ' To rnake a chicken coop is a very simple tting in the minus of some peo- ple. But to make1 one for the great- est number is of vital importance to all yvho raise valuable fowls. In Out several years experience handling liens and broods we have tried many different kinds. When we made the mnall box coop water proof and varmint proof with a tight bottom board we thought we had "the coop.' We had some lirgd light Brahma hens and some half-breed Partridge Cochins each hen had 15 chickens We put them in the small box coops took the coal oil can and n S111.1II paint brush and coal-oiled them god twice a week and oiled the bottom board of the coop every day or two swept oil the bottom boards and sunned them. All went wt-H enotmli until the chicks became about broiler size then the Xheat ot the large fat hens and so many large- plump c luck- hcatrd the coop so that we would f...

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

(f!fWW T ' IV I """"""5?Tpp';"? m The Abilene Reported PUBLISHED AT ABtLENS - - - TEXAS. " ' ' '"" ' " ' ' ' ' "? c FRIDAY MARCH 4. 189a. JOHN JIOENYy JR. Editor. 1 'I I .. 11 I II III ' jli'.. Ofice la Rktorth Building on Second StrecU Baierod the Abilene. Texan Toiionie ttecond-CtM Mult Matter. Snlierlptloa KatM. One year...... ...... $5 Si monthi........ 75 Three month 4 Tim and Pacific local Tub Table. j jtast-bound passenger. Arrives .......10:40 a. M. Depart!. b... ...... ....4.... 11:05 'A. M WKST-BOUND fASSKNGKK. Arrires .... 4:08 r. m. Departs. 4:30 P.M. Senator Kimbrough of Dallas says he is strictly for Hogg and Chilton; as his constituents are tor Mills we shall note with interest his vote in the sena- tonal contest. The claims ol the sailors of the Bal- timore who were engaged in the Chil- ian riot have all been verified but six. and the total amount asked for is $2065000. William Nettles a deputy sherifl was shot and instantly kilted on Tuesday ncdr Ttxarkana by J. T. ...

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

w '!"' 4 I I li" t I loca-iil. To the Public. M. J. (Mary Jane) Cox is now with the Reporter as local man and so v iicuoi. nc win receive suosenpuons W mslfp nr1vrliincr -nnfrrl lr All . . T a ... v r- business given td him will be promptly attended to and our friends will confer a favor by giving Mr. Cox such local ' pointers as will assist him in his work. 4X. Respectfully Abilene Printing Co. George Wreford of Austin lb in the city this week. Go to Gus Ackermans for pure whis- kies wines and cigars. jH . ' ' D. C. Flowers and wife of Colorado !; City were in the city on last Sunday. i j X Money can be had quickly by call- ing on urnc ouui ot ncnuersun. o-u 1 Bellebrook Edgewood Paxton and "Cuvier Club whiskey at Geo. Graves tf The weather has been unsually fine this week and vegetation of all kinds is growing rapidly. Anderson & Anderson have money to loan in sums to suit on ranch and farm properties " 5tf C. A. Daily of San Aiigelo was visit- lHg his father-in-jaw T. L. Odom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 March 1892

D IV CITY DIRECTORY j ftT TfTi 1- "BTi ;'t?tWTy iirr?iIW11' "J 8XCRST SOCIETIES. Abtlwte- Comtnandery No. 87 Kntehts Temp- lar holds It alated coticlnre In their aKyturo feltd Bor Porter ft Kcorei .bulldlne.. corner forth tfeeond and Pin streets on the seco'.d ion.lay nlinit In each mouth. Visiting Sir liilahti cordially iiv?lll M attend. Km. Commander. C W. ttoBtHT. IttMihler. Abilene Charter Ho l.tt. A. tf. Holds u tat r-drou vocation tlioMcom! Friday night In mi-b month in thflr halt third Hot"' fetter and Smitm l.iillillfiK fiirnM Miic and North Mwond msec. W. m. O. lottxto. ttccrctiiry. C W Itaatans M. 8. it P. Abllent t-o.br Xft. 5W F. mid A M.-ltotdslu siair.1 sndimuiUlion the ttst tfatnrdny night tn enrh month In their halt. third floor Fortcr and Uteres bullilUnr. romrr Pine and North Sec- ond awt. W. S. O. Johumw Strelary. H. D. Cook W. St t O. O. F. Mwts every Tuesday ntghl In the K. of tYhall ll vldiln hrMhfen cvnllatts itt- Ttttd ta att.'iid. W . H. Tutrr . 0. J W. lUm-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 March 1892

Wim" (TVV ijiH5jw '? ' vf "n yrzr' T jW' 7" . fp' JL if. nr ji- m ' IV'' $ tf In eompoundlnit nil tin wrulilnit ly f)nnl It throughout ihe IT IB KfcKI'Fli SO nripllM or ever Price of Qntfn'a.Antl-Hiilrlndtl.'prrbqitI W WMlml irnmoh-i.'rvfttinn). ssntf rnnnrv or dan j l"'""r."7'"i:r.'y.'Pn'"i'"'nll'l . Tliln iKlVMtlwmwit cotiHiu. we iiivlln you lort'nl ullh i. nuil vinl JnDi.iir .fl'-M'QUrl OHKMIOAl. Of).. W jK?y i -v rBB&Mmir . j or riilluraorllchtrit Iniiirr in nnr niiirliii.t-r. Ppi Imllli- ctinrmttcrtl. SPFfilM To i" who Inirodoi nn-l tl mn ihrlr frifnil. W) Holtloi of Owm1" Antl-ITIHiiN urmtiot. Wj .. rr.n . bilk nrtTIII. in rd but Mik TttM Lurco Botila and ample w of aim ki xcltot from aeut wllh drder ffiip fliv t foimulMlo'i to Aconta. LIVE STOCK How Fast will Trotters eo? ft present a lively interest is being tala-n in the discussion of the fastest possible trotters scientists horsemen 'Hand others venturing till sons of wild opinions on the subject. Tins reminds me that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 March 1892

"JPW" :t t t X f ' - T rr-Wwitw "i i - " V T -j"' 'Awt'V"" ? TV- r-'?"' 15'T"rT1'''i' k '"' ' I 1 I . tt. u . ft r i CAMERON 4 PHILLIPS v H-r It I i Hardware Wire Plows Wagons General Farm ii Vr- II 0 'i -:- BUGGIES -:- Splendid Variety em- bracing all grades al- ways in stock. II FIYE SIZES. 7-16 7-18 7-20 8-20 8-22. Novelty Wood Stove with a Cast Iron Ash Pan. Call and see them. 11.. J 0f Our leader I '! JfeIV frv .jriJijiteS ? ft fy sr - iiiitwinrrrroimrBiTffFTi thit it -Tr"-r b. i 11 Mix '9BHBKQPVHH mSHHMHHHBIbGs&s S I "T : PLOWS-CULTIVATORS We have the best made and are especially suited to this country. -A.DBIXdE3iTE TEZAS. la 1 i I H I m I 11111 Wl I XiXvivJlilll Vl I I II WE HAYE Buck's Brilliant. The Faultless. Or any other kind of stove you want. J w 'H - ? -u -Ht wri t I f

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 March 1892

r fr l I 1 t "I J Tfy If The Abilene Reporter. ft- ;r VOIi. XI. ABIIiBNB TEXAS FfclDAY MORNfNG MARCH 11 1892 .NO. 11. f m u if k V MH V. r 1 kJ : SlOS - A special of manufac- turers stock bought at 60 cents on the dollar Low cut shoes ten styles 200 pairs of Ox- ford ties hand and ma- chine sewed plain and tipped opera and com- mon sense at $1. regu- lar price $1.76 to $2.oo for Friday Saturday and Monday only Weil's Boston Store. THE HORSE SHOW- Many Fine Stallion Shown and Every ClaBS of Horses Represented. Last Saturday the second annual spring stallion show was held in this cay and it proved a grand success both in number of stallions shown and the individuality of each. The show was really remarkable for one thing there was not a "Morgan and Steel Dust" or a "Steel Dust and Rondo" horse on the ground. The REroR n-.it will not be under- stood as underestimating the value of the blood mentioned above. We are thoroughly familiar with all these fami- lies of horses and only mention...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 March 1892

MJ"" " -y rrrrftq. v-nqrtfmuT j "V .f ? ' tt-w11"? T 'twjfvr "f "T i-Fr'rc' o LIVE STOCK Rearing Calves. Ever provident farmer be he spec ially interested in dairying or raising beef cattle should be fully conveisant with the best methods ot rearinc calves by hand. Identified with the cattle interests of this country for the past fifteen years M a breeder of dairy cattle (Jersey) it May not be codside'red presuming if I Venture to give my way of raising calves. For five days after the young animal H dropped it is permitted to remain with the dam. 1 do not giudge the dumb patient mother this short season of happiness with her newly dropped 1 otlC At the expiration qf that time they are separated the dam going to her place in the herd and the calf placed in the box stall set apart for I' weaning or the hrst weeK the call is fed with new milk from the mother is fed four times a day a quart at a time at milking time in the morning freshly drawn from the cow again at ten o'clock in the f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 March 1892

-w - .-V - rT" 4 w A "KWVn pR"!. 'As JJ - tj. jrj y -. '-IJPpf'.'lf11'"1 '-JfTf A T'VfV'rtf5i' ""7W " - w; tf 1 M I i "OT7"' fr ' CAMERON & PHILLIPS Hardware Wire Plows Wagons General Farm Machinery. K.' J i 4 1 I'A' a. hi 2 P; I?. i. K' k i ; r i i i ' i i ' ii in i i i i ! i i i .1 -:- BD6GIES -:- Splendid Variety em- bracing all grades al- ways in stock. II ME SIZES. 7-16 7-18 7-20 8-20 8-22. Novelty Wood Stove with a Cast Iron Ash Pan. Call and see them. 1 - iP I HMMMB j . r - ii x ?: WE HAYi" Buck's Brilliant! 3 d V Breakfast. The Faultless Or any other kind of stove you want. PLOWS CULTIVATORS We have the best I- ma4a -! nvift rteVftniollTr P JJJLCLU.C CbXJLVL CW C7 CJOTOiCAXjr suited to this country. il III" ill "I ' - "I If MiW --njiCKJ-JUjE2-JL hp;h h i 11111 ii'iiiiiM inayji i I i i '"T? A l MHHiliHHBnHHNnHi SB K - u J Mn-i iiimjiiii. iiijjiniiii imfi uJjiuiLn. iuimuillLjmffiA5"'iL' &l" ' ' '"" . f'f i 3 BP I! 1

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 March 1892

-7i -. - vir-Xi"W?'WM""ttWT't:T le Abjlene Reporter PUBLISHED AT B. - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY MARCH 11 tSo. : JOHN HOENY JR. Editor i la Rktohth Building on Second Street. at the Abilene. Texas rortofflce. aa Vecond-Class Mill Matter Subscription RaUs. year........ . .....i.5 !onth.. ....... 75 months. 'twas amd Ptelfle local Tim f M. EAST-BOUNU rASStjlGKR. Arrircs t 0:40 K. U. Depart...... .............. (1:05 a. m WKST-BOUND TASSKNCiU. Attires ........... 4:08 P. M. Depart..... 4:301. M. Mrs. Jackson wife of a well-to-do farmer living neat; Waxahachie in Ellis county comittcd suicide Saturday by Jumping intp a well She was the sis ter of J. H. Price a prominent cattle man of Waxahachie. The Waco juvenile cavalry In full uniform and with splendid mount? tendered their services to Hon George Clark as the governor's body guard. Judge Clark received the troopers gracefully and accepted the proffer. John Wesley Hardin the notorious criminal who is now.serving a term of twenty years in the pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 March 1892

7pi tl (Vv f. Tr7 r p- r l. -J' t i?1' f" "' " ' 7nw?.T rrwwRfflllW " Hv'; T wwy? .-- im- A' r . 4 SLAPOWSKI&BRO'S BARGAIN COLUMNS. For our opening sale we offer in Vour. Dress Goods Department ' ! Fine Bedford Cords ' the latest and most fashionable weave in the mar- ket Worth everywhere 1 5c a yard this week - at 8c. v Black Ground Henrietta Sateen with white figures warranted absolute fast colors real value 30 cents sold this week - at 18c. f Plain and Figured Black Pure Silk Grenadine never before offered for less than 75 cents a yard s our price will be - 37 1-2C We have bought from an eastern manufacturer p his spring samples of Refer and Blazer jackets. As samples they arc made up perfect and with more than ordinary care. Our prices are less than the material can be purchased for. If (Pfl QR we offer stylish cheviot Reefer jackets 28 1 111 yUivO inches long worth double. If 00 QR Handsome Serge cloth Reefer jackets in ill u?0.aU black and colors. If OR ff Elegant Box coat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 March 1892

C y -T W- ""Yljtf'l t-J- s- ?v y iwHJ" "" 'irli7P'PP!' I In t I ' -W CITY DIRECTORY. BfcCRfcT SOClBTtKS. jAWHt Commandery Ko.37 Knights Temr ItOUI 111 MateQ COUCWTO IU wra n.j(....M Boor roner "m ..... k Boeond and I'ine itrcels 9U the.tewtrt fmiHr ht In earli month. tsllini sir tight coritUUr Invited itemU Km Commander C. W. Itqotfert Recorder. Abilene Chapter Ho. 1W R. A. M.-ItoM Its Mated conrcallois the KOOJia rriuay rniin hi mu-b month in their naii.inirunuur iw em bnikllnir comer line and North Second MRt. . W. JOIIJIOW. OCClTWrj. AWIeiorxHJceoKtt.F ami A. -nolAOU Mated communications the nrrttuturdar fni toich month in their hull third oor rter ad iteeres bnlldinf . comer Wn and North Sec- ond streets VV. S O. JoiRtsOK Secretary. H. B. Cook W. M. l.O.O. FMeeU erery K.of P halt AtUIUiij tteadar night In the rethren cordially in- Tiled id attend W. 1U Tniri X. U. J. W lUm-rn. Secretary. SUrot thtl West Lodge o.. K. of r.-MeeU wy T hurtwUy evening at Its Castle Hall. llt teg Kni...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 March 1892

VfJfR tofww f Ji1)!' ! L S n J a 'V POULTRY DEPARTMENT tight Brahmas at Layers lit enumerating the merits or the light brahmas their large size rapid growth and adaptability to the table as broilers etc. is given the most prominence. This we believe to be a mistake. We are not willing to con cede that the lit;ht Brahmas ranks with the Plymouth Hocks or the Wyandottes as a market chicken. The former grow ton Hanky" theru is too much bone af.J muscle about them and too little rteat. On the other hand there is less of bone and muscle and more ol meat in cither the Wyandotte or the Ply mouth Rock. This may not accord with some breeders' pet ideas but it is a fact nevertheless. But when it comes to the subject of eggs the Brah- ma as a layer is superior to either of the two breeds named. In fact we would class the Brahma in the front rartks as a layer. For larged sized Ilbllljr IHTUICU Udllk 3IIC1ICU eggs U1C Brahma excels all other breeds. Be- sides there is no other feather-legged bree...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 March 1892

fc- (THie Mffts come down and the few W hrst objected are willing to ftpljr with the ordinance. We invite Attention to the announce- of George S. Berry candidate Jew city treasurer in this paper i ii i Him ' j) ft Lapawski tc Bro. have an ad in to-day's that cannot fail to interest ou. Don't fail to read their bargain columns. A white frost put in it appearance Tuesday morning but as it was rather a "light one very little darnage was Mrs. F. M Drown left on Tuesday for home in Delhi La- after an ex tended visit to her mother Mrs.Trer.e- Y&nt. J. A. Thomas returned home Tu.es- from Tennessee where he had been attending the settlement of his father's estate recently deceased. ii m O. V. Stcffens and family are hav- Iig the place recently vacated by the family of H. M. Henderson put in or- der preparatory to moving into it. i Members of the Qhautauqua circle are requested to meet at the home of Miss Emma Sayles Saturday March 12 at three o'clock instead of the K. P. dub moms is for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 March 1892

'1. V -t" -. -" THE ABILENE REPORTER t re: "-..iTC: rotj. aw. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY M0&N Of G M AROH 18 1892. NO. 18. V. J & ' i r r ting a tour of the ) There is a probability of Dallas be- ing selected as the' plact for the ar- tillery drill in 1893. There was a iid suicide at Iredell Texas it being a lady who had become demented and drowned herself in the Jjosque rivfte The legislature met Monday and the present indications point to the elec- tion of R. Q. Mills to the U. S. senate on the first ballot Senator Hit! U' south this weefc. A J. P. Kerr of Weatherfvrd Texas - had' the misfortune to lose his resi- dence by fire Saturday night. Loss $2500 with no insurance. Hon. George Clark is meeting with grand ovations wherever he speaks and the people seem to highly favor the idea of "turning Texas lose." The committee oi appropriations in congress has given Galveston $450.- 090 to be expended on the jetties be- tween this and April 1 1893. The Fort Worth Gazette has a libel s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 March 1892

w'lJ-f.Htf ' 7 "?-rv I fclTY DIRECTORY" SJEOmXT &CKTIM AMltns CoBlmaniinr No. ?. Knight Temp- OKI II sintou vuciave m mcir asyium flrxir Porter A llnm biitldlnr. comer h Second utiil Plnii nrwt. on the seeovrt dtay -nlKM In each month. VklUhK Sir B oonitaii inrrtvu IP Biicnii. WF II. lAHHINUMl Km. Commander. W ttonirrs tttrunler. Abilene Chapter Na. m K. A. t.-ltold In MMtdcattToratlont the second Friday nlittit In mth month In their hll third floor votxtt and Mir I tit. ImlldltiiJ. rnrncr Pine and North Second MnSis W. R. O. Jntrxsos Secretary. C W. ltossRtSv M. B. il. r. Abilene Uxlfa No.359 P. and A. M.-I told Its skated eomimiolrallon the flrst Patunlajr night IK earb month in their hull third floor lorter and itceret tmlldlttx. comer I'lno And North !cc- wl street. Joiwso Secretary. il. B. tH?OK Wc M. I. O. O. F. Meet m Tuesday night In the t of P. halL All visum brethren cordially In- red to attend. W. IL Twrr X O. J. W lUxrTOK. Secretary. Starot the Wctt Lodge o. . K. of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 March 1892

?wrpiTffpy!': WW Twwr7 yraiw!yff'lffiCT wjffipvygqF'3TtT'yv' ? 'K SJS'pw" .fjja? vf';ry'l iv'JVSfyf'yl )nti.M. n jt . i& ?Jt A ?J - f.- World's Fair Hotel The "Independent tfew tfork Schuettrri' considered the elite corps of German-American sharpshooters have decided to (attend the exposition in & body. The organization has in its membership mnny prominent business men. It has made two or more shoot ing tours in Europe on ore of which it was entertained by Prince Bismarck. Mrs. Frona Wait one of the lady managers of California has offered to finish in redwood one of the large re- ception rooms in the woman's building The French government through the efforts of Minister WhitelaW Reid. has agreed to permit the exposition author- ities to send into France free of duty electrotypes of .buildings and other ex- position matter intended for use in French papers to stimulate interest in the fair A choral hall 160x360 feet will be erected near the horticultural building. There Profe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 March 1892

Sh?''- ' ' 1' Tv'-.'' ? pjtr. ' -. ?F( ' ?- YS :flfl;f; t 1rHAM.rSE A ' - - - TMtAM. su $ ARCH i3'm8$i siiT JtOtNY JJlJJeJiW- ht MrVoicrui Ilufldinr on SecondJStreet. 41' . kt lb AblJejie Tekaa Pottofflce M 8cond-ClMa Mill MatUr. r- W iMX.U. -Oae?er. $i.SO SKsaoetns....... ........ 75 40 Xkie Months... Tm ui radio tml Tlsso TM. EAST-BOUND rASSBNGKK.' J u.1 ..IOO A. M. ............'...i J . . 1 1 :05 a. m WXST-BOUND rASMKOWt. Amv. ... ........A...; 4:08 r.u. Pfru..... 4:30 r.u. "Turn Texas loose." . Federal court convened at Graham ??? 1 J. J"Hhtsori a stock rnan from Fish cr county is In the aij this week. The grand lodge kntghts of pythias i in session at Galveston this week. J. W. Jordan Hot Springs Ark. was registered at the Windsor Tuesday. Rev. Joe; Jones is holding a scries of meetings at Athens Texas this week. The East Texas Press association Kt at Rusk Tuesday with a small at- toedance. ' ' ' ; Senator Upshawj of Hill county has announced as a candidate for ttfevSttlene Rep...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 March 1892

"MS&WWf; ' V inrwp "T i!' 'tfjr'- im; f .. ii . -t - I ' - ..v " ' tw ''- '' fWFf 4.-' MM WT ra 11 rv. 4 j&ii? a-. :: $?iV'; " " s(v- A .M I kt a Y If I A Complete Stocl of Hei. Goods-aE ' :'.'''ri 75c on the $1.0O at S.LAPOWSKI&BRCS c In anticipation of accommodating our Mends and customers as usual until harvest we bought largely. But failing to make satisfactory finan- cial arrangements to aid us in carrying the ac- counts we must disposa of the large stock for To do so we have made a general cut of per. Gent on the Entire Stock. S. Lapowski .& Bro. 7j r Patronize the Abilene collar factory and help support a home enterprise ti v Anderson & Anderson have money to loan in sums to suit on ranph and farm properties. 5tf The Abilene dry gOods company will save you money on clothing. Buy from them. iai A full line of nobby suits for children 4 to 14 years old knee 'pants at S7 Lapowski 6c Bro's. it. Miss Bessie Davidson left Wednes- day for Hughes Spring on a visit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 March 1892

ir tnvn L0V lky little sweetheart you are the darling Of my life-1' Tfl yoir lover truly pleate Vr hen. you ill b W wife jUbwer most faithfully and wfciiper the ' happy uy VtMii iU complete my earthly khss-r-I long to hear you say Look nfl Into my eye dear Ohl do npl from me trt Aim! lovingly ay the words that ne'er again we'll part" nl lore you roost devotedly my own angel pet It would be impossible to ever you for- So tweetly In Confiding tone say when you'll be mine Let your arm around my neck to tenderly entwine Your lover implores you twcel on ms bend ed knee To name the jotou day that our nuptials shall be." Sh When the springtime comet and flowers re in bloom. And nature i radiant then you may be my happy groom. It will be the greatest pleasure ol my after life To make you gallant air a luring devoted wife Then onr mutual love united will indeed be . bliss." lie So our vows are plighted loVe now seal them with a kit." Mis. Matlie A. Illankenship. Thfr Kalural Bescource of the...

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