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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 June 1892

t -wsj sj v'igfpifTnp ym'?-"viw Tjrv v ' nrv- Advioi to Wombt If you would protect vourself from Painful Profuse 'Scanty Suppressed or Irregular Men- struation you must use BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR OAnTTtumixe April 28 IBM. This will certify that two members ojmy immediate family M tr Jmrinu Buttered for years from fflnnafriinl Irrcirularltjr belnir treated without beuoQt by physicians were nt length complotolycuredbrone bottle of Brnrtflcld'o I'etnnlo Ilojrulntor. Its effect" UulVVonderfuL J. Vf. Btoamos. Book to " WOMAN M mailed FIIKE which contain! Taluable Information on all female dlcaaet. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA OA. iron 8A.LT3 nx jUl onvaaxaTB. The Educated Farmer. We will concede that it is possible to farm without an education hut I think if we look around among the farmers our acquaintance wc will find with but few exception that the most highly educated are the most successful and all testimony of statistics agree in showing that educated men of all ranks wilt...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 June 1892

flrw!5?3fR li $ t f ThePeopKs Party Convention.' The peoples p"arty codnty conven- tion met in the cbutt house Saturday at two o'clock. J. S. Bradley was elected temporary chairman and J. N Anderson temporary secretary. A committee on credentials and perma- nent organization was appointed .who made the following report: The committee on credentials report ed Abilene 17 delegates; Buffalo Gap 14. Jim Ned 4; BlufTCreck 6;Guion 4 and Spring Creek 1. The report was adopted. The committee on permanent organ ization reported for permanent chair man J C. Page secretary H. E. Hath- away. Report adopted. On motion a committee on resolu- tions was selected one member from each precinct. On motion adjourned at four o'clock p m. in a body to hear Gov. Hogg speak. Delegates erc elected to the differ- ent conventions. State convention: J. S Bradley A. M. Brown. W. J. Chapman. J. N. Anderson and Wm Ellis. Congressional: J. S. Brown H. B. Alexander B. V. Middleton B. F. Dodson and J. H. Boiling. Se...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 June 1892

The Abilene Reporter. VOli. XI. ABIIiBNB TEXAS FRIDAY MOBNtNG JUNE 24 1892. NO. 26. CLEVELAND THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE NOMI- NATED BY THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION AT CHICAGO ON THE FIRST BALLOT And Tammany With its Favorite Candidate Routed. EVERY EFFORT MADE BY TAM- MANY TO EFFECT A COMBINA- TION TO DEFEAT CLEVE- LAND OVERTHROWN BY THAT PEERLESS LEAD- ER EX-SECRETARY WHITNEY. STEVENSON OF ILLINOIS Will be His Running Mate Which Augurs Democratic Success at the Polls in November. After a session of two days in which every effort was made by Hill's lieu- tenants to effect a combination to de- feat Cleveland on the tirst ballot Gro- ver Cleveland was nominated by the national democratic convention at Chicago to be the standard bearer who will lead the democratic hosts to victory in November. The credit of the victory is due to the masterful hand of ex-secretary Whitney who single handed but backed by the voice of the people met Tammany on all parts of the ground and held his six hundred votes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 June 1892

r"B"r f fff r 'JT" ""v " i w 7"- -1 .Ft Ty nVr- " Tr W - T I -" fJ JN ' CITY DIRECTORY SECRET SOCIETIES .YtAlene Comnmndcrr No. tT KnighU rtnp- lr hoMa It Mated concUve In their asylum. Ihtnl floor Porter A UeTW building corner Xortli Hccond and I'lner lrrc1. on the nccoul Monday nliht in ich month. YJtltliig Sir KiilgbU corulallr inrhcd to attend. J. n coreii Km. Commander. Unft.C. lUanu.ltccordcr. Abilene Chapter No. N9 It. A. M.-Holdt lu naiedconfocatlou-thaterond Friday night In sarh month In tbelr hrfll. third floor. Porter and Booth building corner Tine and North Second itreotn. W. s o. JoitxooMi Sccretarr . . J Itao M.S. II. f. Abilene tod Re o. 559 P. and A. M. Itoldilu nated comnnnlcatlon the flrt Saturday night tn each month In thIr hall third floor Porter and lteerea bulldlnjt. corner Pine and North Sec- ond Mreets. W. S. O. Jonxto. Secretary. H.H.OooW.JI 1. 0. 0 P. Slceti every Tuedajr nlcht In the Z. of P. halt. Alt !lttn J brethren cordially In- tlted to attend. W 11. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 June 1892

wtwjy " l" f P Men7 of your Water AT Proof wVri 1 for Buying. "OOtm mi water In ths slesr hotdlnf JT tin end tl(lit as litre ihown or any- taiiMlkMikMlhvA I. a ...m a nil .Mtlr ttiawstcrtliht. Theraars roods In lh marts! 1 that look very nler but will Ink t crrrr mm. 1 ws warrant TowtrsimKUVtUPun aeam ciKrfrrAr Hut alio no pJ r ' Mfet andaathorlzaourdtaltrs to make cooa any micksrthstfilii In sltlwr point. Thereare two ways Ton can tall tn Uanolna Jmpnvta TUh Brand Stlckrr. mnf !1lrk tn h wat.r tl.ht at svsry 1 . A Soft wooiet) collar. al. TljlTrle;jrK (below.) Watch 'Out for botb (! point I flnd tor Cataloana free. AJ.TOWER.Mfr. Boston Mt. A Slighted Opportunity. ly Julia Ttultt Illshop In Texas Far mor. "Git out o'here you dog!" "Yes. I was just going. Much ibhccd for the ride;" was the civil re ply accompanied with a tip of a lisreputable hat. A stnng of strange oaths belied by a grin on the speaker's face and the brakeman went on about his affairs while the gentleman who was ind...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 June 1892

.... .v. n i .1 i u.....- jr-' i? if 5 The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - TEXAS. FRIDAJUN15a4; 189a. JOHN JOEKY J Editor. Office In RrdkTr.R Iluildingon Second Street. .1 ! JEntereJ at the Abilene Texas Postomr at Second Clu) Mall Mutter. SobseripUon ati. One yew ' $1.50 Six months. ..1 75 Three months...... i...... . 40 Tza$ aad'Pteine Local Tla TM. kAST-KOU.VD rASSEMtfK. Axnvej....... .......... ...... 1040 a. M. IJrtl 11:05 A M WKST-feOUNDtTASSKXCM. Proves ........... 4?o P. W. -Depart... .. 4:30 p. M. ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. Congress $3j 00 Estate Senate.... 1500 Representative 13 00 District... lo Co County 500 rrtcinct. ..............;. 3 00 The nbove rates do not include price for names on ticket which will be $1.00. No candidate's name will be put on tickets for less than price of announcement and $1.00 for name on ticket. FOR SHERIFF: J. W Cunningham. Jons D.Niilu FOR DISTRICT AND CbUNTV CLERK. David J. .Red. M. C Lambeth. FOR C0NSTA11L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 June 1892

f f- W7V)" rr urn- r ' tf v cwrv ' .'4. - V T " .' ""f .. . .n fj.- jra .. f- . L - -f .11 Pongee Drap-dete Alpaca Sessilian flu 4- (IJQ Flannel or Fancy Serges from $1 to $9. M1 LU ipa. Then top yourself with one of those Nobby Black or White Straw Hats now going at 25c UP. Dry Goods LOCAL. Chemically pure acohol at the Gilt Edge saloon. 24-1! Go to Gus Ackermans for pure whis- kies wines and cigars. Do you catch on 15 pounds dried apples for$i.oo at Mackechney's. ".Call at the Arcade lor pure whiskey and fine wines. V A. Gray. 10-tf Thirteen pounds good raisins for $1.00 at Mackeqliney's. 24. tf. 1 1 Money can be had quickly by call- ing on Currie Stith & Henderson. 6-tf '1 m Dan M. Jones of Anson passed through the city Tuesday on hii way to Dallas. Henry Myers representing the Wes- tern Newspaper Union was a visitor in Abilene this week. Col. H.L. Bentley has another very interesting descriptive letter in this issue I of his California trip. J. S. Bradly has been elected cha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 June 1892

JTM fW 'I rfTj -1H" w-T "War T"irmjf" ' T T-r T4 V1 "VJT f"W7T h i The Fall Crop of Potatoes in the 8oaih. My remarks upon the late crop of Irish potatoes In the south in a recent number of the American Agriculturist "have brought me a number of letters from persons who want to know more about the details of the culture of this crop. A correspondent Irom Ten- nessee states that in his section they are much interested in this nutter as they very seldom succeed in getting any good results from the late crop. It has only been within a few years past that the conditions necessary for success have been fully understood. Years ago we all assumed that because the late crop is planted in hot weather the potatoes should be planted very deep so as to secure moisture. The xesult of this deep planting almost in- variably was a very poor stand the potatoes largely failing to grow. A few years ago in walking over a field in late summer from which a crop of potatoes had been dug and marketed in Ju...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 June 1892

vSrpt ' I Adyioi to "Woimr If you Would protect yourself from Painful Profuse 'Scanty Suppressed or Irregular Mcn- struatlon you must use BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR W . . .. . - 1 ll M -lOM ThU will certify that two member of W Immediate family after havloK suffered for year from Menstrual Irreniilarltjr being treated -without benefit by physicians were at length eompletolycuriidbTone bottle of BrtdllA'. I'emafo ?" effect li truly wonderful J. W. BirUMan. Book to " WOMAN " mailed FREE Which contain Yaluabl. Information on all female dlacaM. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA OA. rOR BAZB BX AXXi DBUaaiSTB. POULTRY DEPARTMENT REARING THE CHICKS. There is Jittle doubt says W. B. Tegetmcir in the Field that the inter- ference with the hen at hatching time which is practiced by many lowl keep- ers is much more injurious than use- ful. The hen if at all wild settles down firmly on the eggs crushing the shells of those that are chipped and flattening the membrane on the out- side of the ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 June 1892

"V"- .J 'Y "-T " f" 111 ? I;. 1 1 is i 1 : i' IM ii II t i - r i ii An Address by Otto W Bteffeni at the Clonng Exercises of tho Pub- lic School. Lailiexnod Gentlemen Superintendent .and Teachers of Abilene' l"utic School. It is not my intention neither my inclination to burden you with a speech but as a member of the board of trus- tees bf our schools 1 1 ecl it my duty ay something ere we part. I feel (hat we hayc closed a very successful term jn our school and in justice to those who so largely contributed to the success credit is due. I feel that I shall violate no breach of impropriety when I tender to 'you Mr. Superinten- dent and to you teachers the sincere thanks of our board. We expected you to perform your duty when we se- lected you you have complied with our expectations yea more! your fidel- ity your untiring zeal has made our task one of pleasure instead of labor and you truly deserve our thanks in this our common cause to elevate and educate our children. I feel I tit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 July 1892

5 ''' ' The Abilene Reporter. VOL. XI. Abilene texas Friday morning jtjly i 1802. no. 27 rw'wwwp JWWjwffPFf1 ' Tiyt a" totow The St. Louis and Southwestern railroad have put on a double dally service between Fort Worth and Mem- phis. The poet John G Whittier will write the opening ode for the world's fair at Chicago. The title is still a se- cret to everybody but himself. C. N. Porter president of the Fort Bend county bank of Richmond Tex as was arrested in Kansas City Sun- day on a charge of embezzlement. tt ts said that Judge Grcsham of Indiana will head the peoples party national ticket provided the sub-treas-ury plank is left out of the platform. The largest nugget of gold on record was found the other day in the Plancha placers Sonora Mexico. It weighed 14 J pounds and the percentage of pure gold was 87 1 fine. Col. John S Ford in reponse to the resquest of many old comrades has suggested a re-union of all Texas sol diers rangers and confederates of va- rious commands to he hel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 July 1892

'Tf71 CITY DIRECTORY . ' M'--i'ii :'itam'-..ui un. i. j '.c.i'i r-f 8ECKKT SOCIETIES Abljene Commander? Ho. 87. KuIkMh Temp- lar. 1oI1 It Mated ttmrUre In tltt-lr thiui third lloor rorter A IWw building corner North 3omt ami line irrts on ihc ioU MomUj- ntfhl In each month. Waiting Sir Kulghls cordially Invited to intend. i O Cvnni Km. Commander. Oto. 0. lUmutfUpcvrder. Abilene Chapter vK 1W R. A. M.-tloldt 1U lUteilcoiiTOPntlon theteronri Frtdaf night In arh month In their hull third floor Porter ami BMTti building corner Pine and Korth Second ttreets W s. o. Johkos Sccretarr. .JIUn M.K. II. T. Abllono Lodge o. JSO V. nd A. M. ltoldtlta itattvl communication th flrtt Saturday night )n each month In their hall third floor l'orter and Heorra building corner Pine and North Sec trad Mreeta. S.O. Jonxsox Secretary. H. H.OookW l. L O. O. F Meet evert Tpefttar tilftht In the K. Of P. hall All TUltlnj brethren cordlaUj' In Tlted to attend. W. 11. Tmrp N. O. J. W. IUjuto. Secretary. Starof ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 July 1892

r jn'Mtf- my'K"i'W 'PT'W?T ? "'Tr''T Tr7T1'-''''WTr93 .. Vi" ?l1 --'5rT'r v1"'1' f"! 1 TiTP'' 'xTTFT """' ii fKr They all Testily To thtEHctcr efdra WorM-ftonownsd Swift's Specific. 1 Tho Old Urn stmpta Frcmodrfrom thaOcorila itniH and flelds bu I trono f crth to 1:10 antipodes. ' mtonUhlnir the sktDtlcat and I confounding tbo ttioorlos of 'thosawho rirwnd solely on tho chrslclaa's sUlL Tbero U CO Wood ' taint which it doc not Immediate! eradicate. Poisons outwardly abrorbed or the result or Tllo diseases from within nil yield to Mils potent but slmplo remedr. It I an unequaled tonIabnlldsnptha old andfeeble cures all diseases arising from Impure blood or weakened vitality. Bend for a treatise. Examine tho proof. Hooks on Blood and Etta Diseases " mailed free. DruggUtt Bell Xt. SWIFT BPEOIPIO 00. Drawer 3 Atlanta Qa. The Coyote pest. It was a great disappoimment to many men to have the coyote scalps refused l)y our county commissioners. Many of the hunters are hard working men and h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 July 1892

PsTwFF ITIWTTVWWfmwf'fT' vr" j The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE ... TEXAS. FRIDAJULY i t8o. ' - -J. .Lfc.jwll lH III III yilll1fclHl fa OrYAr HOENY JR. Editor. "' ". .ir: ". ."'!." ..'T Office In RsroRTKR Huildlngon Second Street. i ' ' - JCntered t the Abilene. Tcxm portqfflce ScojihI-CUm Mall Matlcr. Subscription Katai. One year .$1.50 Six months . 75 Three months.... 40 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 Txti and Pacific Local Tin TabU. EAST-BOUND FASSINOM. ArriYes....... .......... 10:40 a. U. Departs ..nsoj a. M WESTBOUND rASSCNGKR. .Arrives........... 4:08 r. u. Depart. 4:30 P. M. ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. Congress ....$25 00 State Senate........ 1500 Representative.... .... 1500 District.... 10 00 County . . . . 500 Precinct .................... 300 The above rates do. not include price for names on ticket which will be $1.00. No candidate's name will be put on tickets for less 'than price of announcement and $t.oo for -name on ticket. modern times; and whoever m...

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

j'r7Twc?P'5P?5! 'liBir7QZ' m7w??T'n'v "iy MHHN ' " tBSt! BfllE!v39 tK B xVBBBBBlte LeBD CSBflBBPuBBBBBA .kt 'THe ..! - ?' I . . ' ' V ' f MO TfrT. 1-rul BW 'll Bf I "39 BBBBBBBW""BBBMwpMBBbt. y&vfJz JIttClvHL!VHBBTHBBBBBBBBH?lBBBBBBBBBBBK 'S- COMPLETED IN 18J2. AS PROJECTED. Simmons Coluhge "KsiuHriH Txns CHARTERED A. O. 1801. a Opep$ September 19 1892. ! fc A SPLENDID OFFER. Ten Scholarships in Simmons Col- lege Given Away. The Reporter has completed ar- rangements with the board of trustees of Simmons college for ten scholarships for the seanson 1892-3 to be given one each in the counties named to the most popular young lady or gentlemen. s a s 5 so O p j o ii 1 OtU J3 "3 C- I! I J - I I O 0 Si s OS 3 fC W;! 2 Sv g- as 3s . s lit. F1" 5 c. jg M 'E E II 5 3 l? C " f J s .11 v- Ls 8 3 l ope" " u. j: a fc. song 1 o o o o C' o r C-O o o ex Z3 x O a I H 0 ! 1 c OT 60 a 3 o s Simmons college is a home institu- tion with a bright future before it. l will have a faculty equal to that ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 July 1892

r - 'lWVfft)W J "'WJCSST1 w-nifwippin3Wtf tf WfyifW15 'WR rP!WJdn' 'fTH'WWOTPPiV?''' "fn I . T)iVfrt!AA Parmlnff. i No golden rule can be laid down for the guidance of the farmer so that lie can have Assurance of success with any crop. As in any other business. risks mint be taken into account) When the Skillful mariner gets his ship ready for a Voyage weather climate and very minima is fully taken into account Lait of all the compasses are adjusted. It should be die same with every farmer. His particular en- vironments should be well considered possibilities and probabilities weighed in the balance of experience and the compasses adjusted accordingly. Wheal raising com raising cattle horses hrgs sheep and poultry all give a wide variation jet how few farmers plan in such a way that each of these special industries are so plan ned that each of them assist the other all the while tending to a safer and .surer investment by a higher develop' ment of the productive powers of that homes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 July 1892

' 'nqryimi?fw-wiyivir ''tTrY!' . rw" ' i i CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY! " Mothers' Friend " U a scientific- ally prepared Urtlmenl every Irtgte- dient of recognized value and In constant use by the medical pro- fession. These Ingredients are com- bmedlr.a manner hitherto unknown MOTHERS' FRIEND" - WILL DO alt that Is claimed (or it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to life of Mother and Child. Book to " Mothers "matted FREfi; con- taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials. Sent by eiprenon clpto( price 11.80 pr bottle BftAOFIELD REGULATOR CO. Atlanta. Oi. BOLD V AM. DIHJUOISra. POULTRY DEPARTMENT There is no better food for right young chicks than soda crackers in sweet milk and plenty of the sweet milk for them to drink. And for a change cracked corn bread mixed well with finely chopped onion tops sea- soned well with pepper. Too much sour milk is not Rood for them with- out it is in the form of a curd. Stock- man and Farmer. AH chicks hatched after...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 July 1892

' 1- ".' T?i.. -. -rnv-. - -Vf n"-Mjn- w ".' fT V-'' " - V ?mj" ''" 'nvJ'ffi!l;lPJJJW . "IWH i t Mrs. Ed. Tarply is reported quite sick this week Prof Shook And wife left Monday (or Eureka Springs. ' MarkfivArts of Fort Worth was a visttor in the city this week. Miss Mollie Dennett left Wednesday for St. Louis to spend the summer. ii ... Miss Minnie Kershaw left Thursday to attend the summer normal at Wax-ahachle. The Reporter regrets to learn ol the continued illness of Mrs. T. L. Odom. The Cumberland Presbyterian Sun day school gave a picnic Thursday out on Elm creek. Bishop A. C. Garrett will hold ser- vices here Sunday and Monday morn ing. and night. Jas.Tacgart representing the Oliver chilled plow works South Bend Ind. spent Monday here. ii Give the military boys a good send off by attending the concert Monday night at the opera house. The ladies guild will be entertained by Mrs. Dr. Rodman on Wednesday July 6th. All are invited to attend. Don't forget that for the next ten day...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 July 1892

WTl" """'I''' JJTV - f Abilene Reporter. VOL. XI. ABILENE tfEXAS FRIDAY MQBNING JULY 8 1802. NO. 28. if VJlVt""''' ""'""? 71 ' n - r"ryfir T 'W "W" "'""'' the BLOOD AMD SORROW Pinkerton's Men and the Homestead Strik- ers Have War Eeiultingr in the Death of Eleven of the Strikers and Nine of tho Pinkertons. Tho Striker Won the light and Mado Captives of tho Police Whoso Eyes wero Jabbod out by the Wives and Bisters of the Strikers - 'with Umbrellas and Parasols as they were Marched through the Streets. PrrrsnuRG Pa. June 6 Pittsburg has had another experience with labor riots and this time as during the fear- ful scene which was witnessed during the railroad riots in 1 87 7 blood has been shed life jeopardized and valua- ble property placed in danger. This time theie was no destruction of prop- erty but the strikers were well organ ized well disciplined and had efficient officers at the head to conduct opera- tions. The force embraced all of the men employed at the Homestead Car- neg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 July 1892

Tf'f v rv- v ?rr f"Tfjrp''1 Y" 'TT"j'ii5i'"T7'w"TiJ7i'p'T" f- ""ttw yj " vffT' wm T "Twyrfv"""! wniw!f'rr" "r v CITY DIRECTORY SECRET 40CIBTIE. Abilene Commmdfry No.T. Knights Temp tar. holds lt stated coBclare In their suiyluiu. thlrJ floor Porter A IteeTes tmlldlnit cvrner North Second and PUie streets on the secoid Mandny nlgtit In e.ch month. Isltlng- Sir kiiljthu comUUr Invited to attend. 4. (1. Ctmnir Em. CoroiuMider duo c. Ilmiu.Hecdn)cr. blln Chapter Ha. IV ft. A M.-tlolds lU iwtedConTpmlons to second Friday night In tach month In their hall third ttoo". Porter and Kecr building comer Pine and North Sot-ond street. V. S. O. Jonxsof. Scerctarr. j. iui. m. e. it. r. Abilene Indite o. Mfc F. and A. M.-IfoldslU Mated communications the first Saturday night n each month In their ball third floor Porter and Ilecvea bulldln. comer Pine and North Sec- ond street. W S O. Joiihson Secretary. 11. 11. Cook W. M. 1. 0. 0. P. Meets every Tuesday nlht tn the S. of P. hall. All rUltlnj bret...

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