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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 September 1892

-? VXi fr fa .SCROFULA Mr. E. J. Rowclt. Modford Mas. mj her scother hu been cured ot Scrofula by the uso r four bottles of rnC ftcr hating bad ranch other treat- EJCaCaW went and' being reduced to quite a low condition of health M It was thought iho could not lire. BBH Cured my llttlo boy . of heredl tary ecrofula &Nv& whlchap- peared all over his SxSp 'ac0 Vor a year I had xs63"'B'TenupaUhoi)0 of his fwSrccoTory when finally I vra VJJ" Indnced to use A row bo '"tUescnrcdhlmandno symptoms of the dlseaso remain. Mm. T.L.MAthe Mathcrrlllo Miss. Out book on Blood inl Skin DIm.mi milled Urn. swtrr erscinc Co Atlanta c. LIVE STOCK. CURES Peculiarities of Great Hones. The young man who took care of Sunol when she was in California and accompanied the mare on her eastern Jjjjjp has remained in Mr. Bonner's employ mid is still the companion ol the world's trotting champion. It is generally the case that a remarkably fast trotter is also an animal of con- 4 siderable nervous force. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 September 1892

i 4 n "I'V'VTr K ffllV - nn The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FfclDAi SEPTEMBER i6t 189a. OtfiV ItOENYs JR. Editor. Oficoln Retorter Building on Second Street. airod Abilene. Toxm Pontomc M d-CUts MU Matter. at the Abilene. Necon Subscription Rates One year........ ....... ...i Six months. ......... .1 ...... . Three month. .$1.50 75 40 Text and Paelfle local Tint Table. EAST-BOUND rASSENOER. Arrive....... ...10:40 A. M. Departs.. 11:05 A. u WEST-BOUND rASSENGER. Arrives. ............ 4ofi r. m. Depart. 4:30 r. U. n .1 iii 1 1 ... 1 I. 11 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS rates for announcements for office: Congress.... .. ..$2j 00 State Senate... 1500 Representative.... 15 00 District i.... 10 00 County... ......... 5 co Precinct.... 300 The above rates do not include price for fumes 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 aamc on ticket. TOR JUDGE 42.ND judicial district. T. II. COXf.BR. FOR S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 September 1892

""rnwyryy lypsr y. i'4- 0R"7" ' li's ''W 'i 'Ifwyf Nfc fr h tJ V & The Finest Makes of Qlotip ai?d WEIL'S Lowest Prices for the Best. There is more style workman- ship and finish in. the Tailor i made garments we handle than half of those made-to-order. We have sizes to fit any shape long lean short or fat. Suits Oyer Coats or 'j For fine Furnishing Goods this fall we handle a full line of Wilson Brother's underwear. Wilson Brother's white shirts combination open hack and front. Wilson Brother's suspenders sox etc. Stetson's Derhys and soft. rim hats. Stacy Adams' fine shoes. We guarantee satisfaction or money refunded. WEIL'S. LOCAL The schools are all doing nicely. Miss Annie Hubbard spent Sunday in Cisco Chemically pure acohol at the Gilt Edge saloon. 24-tf - Miss Mary IJass has gone to Waco to attend school. Go to Gus Ackermans for pure whis- kies wines and cigars. Dress goods from 5 cents to $3 00 per yard at S. Lapowski & llros. 38-1 m Domestic and imported wines liquo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 September 1892

!ST!!twW MewD5 f your WtetvrtT Proof VA-JO 1 Ipc Bcror Buyinj. . UK iw wtttr In the iIt net ttttf tha tmt tiM aa btrt atiown or ny. ftl.ahMfLr I. fMm.anrfaalr fetavraurtti-M. ThTtirrooJilahomrttl Wt hwk rtnrnlc but mlt if xa. 1 wwmiit Towtr'lflWKUVturio el trior ta I wiin tht at nr MM niTtTfhiT '" lao iw( ! r Me. n4tDt)HrUaorricn to mat (ooj aMjfellcatrthatfalla In tttiitr point. TMn t tw wait Ma can ttB Dm Ooonina Jmftvrd Jah Braid Bficarr. 1st. A Soft Woolcq Collar. C TblsTriklMrMlelow.) Watch Out V (tor both tba polnut Fai Mt Catatonia frt. IU.TOWtR.Mrr Bolton Mm. THE FARM. The Cornstalk Borer. The terminal leaves of growing corn plants nie sometimes observed to sud- denly wilt and wither. If examined it will be seen thajt they have been rut offfnsidc the stalk where there will generally be found a striped brown worm. This is the stalk borer so called because of its habit of burrow ing in the st.dk of tarious plants such as coin cane sorghum potato toma- to cockelbur.etc. The wor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 September 1892

rf" f i r. ' r $Pt Is I V ( tt ' . CHILD BIRTH WADE EASY! 4 ' Mothers' Friend " Is a scientific- ally prepared Liniment every Ingre- dient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical pro- fession. These ingredients are com- bined irva manner hitherto unknown MOTHERS' FRIEND" - WILL DO all that is claimed (or it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and 'Child (look to " Mothers " mailed FREE con- taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials. 6ent by ciprctt on receipt of price 11.60 per bottle BRAOFIEID REGULATOR CO. Atlanta. Oa. BOLD BY ALL DnUGQIBTS. LADIE'S COLUMN. Queer Customs Among tho Romans. The ancient Romans were most simple in attire and so continued for a long period; but after a time: fashion came to reign supreme among them just as it does with us to-day In the early Roman dasihe women following the eastern traditions were seldom seen abroad when they did go out wore their faces veiled; but as richness and lu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 September 1892

li-l - 1 3.l .'-- TrtilritiiiiT.ipiJinffiiMi'iniiiiiiiTii i r-i i- - !.' ' M (TVT ' T-a" i 1 I I 1 i t i i i hi th t o U lit ti lie ce ol N Pl P w lot po of tin ladiej .We have in store for you BARGAINS 1 in Fall Dry Goods Ladies Furnishings and Notions new fresh and marked out at prices that will make 'em move. SHOES fcr ladies and children at a saving of 26 pes? cent. Learn our prices and convince yourself. WEIL'S Dry Goods Clothing and NEWS OF THE WEEK. September to Cholera statistics in Russia are: New cases 4679; deaths 2358 The Hamburg-American packet company has entirely stopped its steerage passenger business. The Standi 1 which left Hamburg August 37 has 10S7 souls aboard 981 steerage twenty-seven cabin and seventy-seven numbers .f the crew llefotr many davs out. cholera broke and before she arrived the pest was fairly raging aboard. Thirty-nine cises occurred in half a week. Of these thirty-two died before she reached New York and were buried 'at sea. Twenty-nine were in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 September 1892

'jrv THE ABILENE REPORTER :V IWs VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MOBNTNO SEPTEMBER 23 1802. NO. 39. . " ' "" . ' n r 4 IK? .L THE FALL CAMPAIGN- is fairly on and we are now eager for the fray. Notwithstand- ing our crowded quarters are a great handicap wefwere never in hotter trim to enter the arena of competition and maintain our justly earned reputation as the reliable first-class Tailor-Made Clothier. Our counters from the front to the addition back fairly groan beneath the weight of colossal piles of the most fashionable high grade Clothing Hats Shoes and Ladies' and Gents' Fur- nishing Goods. As a compensation to the crowded condition here prevailing Inducement Prices Reign. NO LAST YEAR'S BIRD'S NESTS HERE these goods are all brand new fresh from the market.and best makers in the world. All our Men's Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats made to sell at $14.oo and $15.0) will go pt the inducement price All our $16.oo All our immense variety of richly tailored garments intended to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 September 1892

I' It. M i it i i c c h P P Hi ! . CITY DIRECTORY 8ZCBJCT OCITtB4 I Ablltne Commander? Jfo.7. Klilghti Temp- ir bold tit stated conclave In their aJvlutn thlrJ Ci)or I'ortrr A Kearei hnlldlnff corner North Second am) I'lsie Mreels on tho second Monday night in each month. Visiting Sir Knight cordially Invited to attend. 1 J. O. CrHRiy Km Commander. Oo. & ItianimtecorJer. Abllentf Chapter No.na.ri. A. M.-IIotdi Itf staled convocations the second Friday night In -ch month In their hall third Hour. Porter and Roem bulldlne corner rine and rth Second nrttt. W. Js. O Joiixfon. Secretary J. nan M K. II. r. Abilene Lodge. o ? P. and A. M.-rtoMslts ti rtnmnnlriilnnk the flnt Saturday nlent In etch month In their hall third floor Poi and tleevts bulldlne. comer rine and orlh P-o- ndti recta. . . 5.11 Johxsox. Secretary H. U. Coo VT. SI L O. O. F. leets ererr Tuesday nlaht In the K. of P hall. AH visiting brethren cordially In- sited to attend. W. IL Tiurr N. O. J. W. lUni-ro. Secretary. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 September 1892

":rT'rTW7?.ffiY- FP."Vt trw V!T .IT 7-WtT-'. TV i " ' mf i I .1 They all Testify r 'MI&Mi To Ilia EBcaqr World-Renowned Swift's SjHCific. ' The old time etmnle I remedy from tho Georgia smunpe And Adds liM I gono forth to tho antipodes. " lUtonUhlmr the skeptical and confounding tho theories ot ' thoso who dernd golclj on tho phTSlclAU'l skill. TheroU BO blood 'taint which ltdoeanotimmcdl&tclr eradicate poisons outwardly abnorbed or th mult ot Tile disease from within all yield to thli potent bat Impla remedf. It U an tineqaaled tonlo tralldi tip lbs old and f Mhle carca all d laeaiei arlatntf from Impure blood or weakened rltallty. Bcndtoratreatko. Examine tho proof. rjuokt on " Blood and Skin Diseases " mailed free. XtruggUte Sell XI. SWirT SPEOIPIO 00. Drawers Atlanta. Qa. LIVE STOCK PRIVATE CAES. Just What It Costs to Hire This Luxury on Wheels. A private cat is not a very costly thing. It is a luxury not beyond the reach of moderate wealth as means are estimated now. Yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 September 1892

fc. .fcl.Uy-..J.'.jwsjitf.fralM w 4W" -bM.vwh.vAmmimm iH'i" Ma-iinv.nn sy i lHplllifIUmW. rsr. "ssH-W n TJTtt.'- I fcl HlHH 4 - i 4 i 1 I I 1 l c ; J) p fi p Hi The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABELE&E ... TEXAS. FRIDAV SEPTEMBER aj 1892. OK JWENY JR. Editot. OSce & Retortm. Building on Second Street. Entered at the Abilene. Texas Poitofflc M becond CUM Mall Matter BubierlpUoa Kates One year...... .....$1.50 Six. month 75 Three months f . 40 -- IT Ttxat and Pacific Local Tina TabU. CAST-HOUND rASSKNGKK. Arrive.... ........ 10:40 a. m. Departs....... 11:05 A. M WtST-DOUND TASSKSOtR. Arrives ......k.. 4:08 p. m. Departs...... 4:30 r. u. ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. Congress.. ;... $25 00 State Senate 1500 Representative 1500 District.. 10 00 County . 5 00 Traanct . . . . . . ............. 300 The above rates do not include price far names on ticket which will be$t.oo. No candidate's name Hill be put on tickets for less than price of announcement and $1.0...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 September 1892

f-f 5ll ."f1W'4'trttiW- - f. J pall Opepii - I Clothing ! Glow ! ! IS r ' 1892 1! A IB .1 On Tuesday the 27th and Wednesday the 28th we will have on display all of our Tilliiry Dry Qoods JNfotiops ite. () And we will be glad to have one and all come and see what we have in new and stylish goods. Rollins & Young. XjOO-H.. Felix Lipman 'Tuesday. Chicago was here The central fire completed. station is about The Clark club meets at the opera house every Friday night. Bill Arps Georgia's great orist in armory hall in Oct. hum- 100 pounds good familv flour for $1.75 at Mackechney & Hardie's. tf 1 m - Call at the Arcade lor pure whiskey and fine wines. W. A. Gray io-tf 4 27 nickle bars of good laundry saop for 95 cents at Mackechney & Hardie's. When you want money on ranch or farm property go to Will Stith & Co. tf Five pounds miror gloss lump starch for 25 cents at Mackechney & Hardie's. Chemically pure acohol at the Gilt Edge saloon. 24-tf New corn is on every day. 11...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 September 1892

rV .viifcwifr --4-. .- -ru iiilnfi-i'iwwv.jiiiMimyMBiftimwl "ftlMMIQ Mwmm ?rte -- N L.1 .A i ". v .. MM- . . r .T . . . f-.. J! 'Si ft s 1 I ! t i Tower? ImprovscI 5LICKER 15 uuanujicxq Absolutely Water. proof. yQf e L. T' IWpCGW TiUMJUUonevtrjCoiU SV 5oftWopIep fCfr latcll Outl Collar. ii i Strife ft J. TOWER. MFR. BOSTON MASS &tp THE FARM. Cotton Equal to .Wool. We ore in part indebted to the con- sular department in Washington for some valuable and surprising informs tion which is doubly important on ac- count of suggcstiveness in the direction -of future possibilities ol developing the same product m the United States The cotton now grown in the Piura and Chira valleys ol Peru is recognized m the trade as the best in the world. Tumbez further north raises equally good cotton yet its cultivation there is exceedingly limited on account of tne unreliability and scarcity of labor. This couon posseses qualit es which put at outside of competion with what is now grown in this coun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 September 1892

t 'dl T' CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY! " Mothers' Friend 'Ms a scientific- ally prepared Liniment every Ingre- dient of recognized value and tri constant me by the medical pro- fession. These Ingredients are com- bined ira manner hitherto unknown MOTHERS' FRIEND" - WilL DO all that Is claimed tot It AND MORE. It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to life of Mother and Child. Book to " Mothers " mailed FREE con- taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials. Cent by espress on receipt pi" price ll.W per bottle BRAOFIEID REQUUTOn CO. Atlanta. 0. BOLD BV ALL DlirjUrJIBTB. LADIE'S COLUMN. Recipes Potato Soup Peel and slice a doz n potatoes. Hoil in a small quantity ol salted water to which lias been added a generous slice of butter. When soft mash and add sufficient rich sweet milk to form a thin soup. Add salt pepper and rolled cracker crumbs. Peach Trifle. Peel and slice good peaches lay thenrin the bottom of a glass dish cover them with sugar over this put a layer of ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 September 1892

rtiWlijftfe 3C w f 9 t I For Sale. The largest yoke of Oxen in the country will weigh 3500 lb when fatt are perfectly gentle 7 arid 8 years olJ. 39-jf Cambros & Phillips. Notice. Any persons found hunting in North Park addition tb Abilene will be dealt with according to law. 37-tf Geo. P. ' Phillips September S. 1892. Sixty-Three Pounds to the Bushel. Seed wheat from Kansas weighing 63 pounds to the bushel yielded this year thirty-five bushels to the acre. For sale at the gram house ol D. D. McMillan & Sons Abilene Texas. 3821. W H. Edrincton Agent. Dressmaking. Dressmaking and plain rewing done by Misses Emma and Clara Snyder on Beach St. one door north of Pres- byterian parsonage. All orders prompt- ly attended too. Good work done at reasonable prices. 38-41?. Notice. We have about 30 head vf horses marcs one and two year old colts and two head of mules which we mil ex- change for good land near Abilene or Merkle. Will take either improved or Unimproved land. 37-tf Cameron...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 September 1892

w Abilene Reporter. w J v 'Tup i VOL-. XI. S. LAPOWSkl & BRO'S. ! & CLOAK - DEPARTMENT fc - . From $1:50 a (Garment up to $30.00. .. i Trn-rrr;j7tiiv;T" Mw3mwMa NEWS OF THE WEEK. September 24. A Clark club is organized at Denton with 2:27 mem- bers on the role. Two million bricks were manufac- tured at Ilirrisburg Tex. during the last week. Galveston took 300000 for paving purposes. A dispatch from Mason City la. states that a bad railway wreck at New Hampton resulted in seven deaths. A new weekly paper named the Waxahachie Argus (for Clark) made its first appearance to-day. L P. Keen of Corsicana dealer in cultery guns pistols etc. made an assignment Friday. It is thought thai the assets will cover the liabilities. Col. Houston was taken ill at Naco- doches and has been compelled to cancel all appointments. He has returned to his" home at Dallas. Reports from Martin state cotton is coming in at! a lively rate. Up to date over 4000 bales have been received. A great many farm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 September 1892

:z-Bmsmmimnmhttim&mxicisi.jz. statrw - -u -n i:a aw ilWwFirWiM'l1 - ii'iV'wl'"'ik.nk-M "TT U ' Lt I l i ! 5l 1 il ff 1 r ' CITY DIRECTORY SKCRKT SOCIETIES. AMtcne ComronmUry tfo. 7 Knight Tcmri- .ir boliU ltd m(t concldTo In their iwjrlum iblril floor I'oner A Htr bullying. rorr North Second and Pino MtccU on the tccoud Mondnjr night lit ruch month VUlUbg Sir Knight rorrtlallr lntttwl Id attend. J. CI. CcnuiE Km Commander nro. C lUttRif Hce)rdr. Abilene Chitptcr d. 1J. IL A. M.-Hold In Uitedeunrocntloiu thetecoiM Frldyr night In laeh month in their hll third flour. Porter and R teres building rorncr lluo and North Second ttreetr tt S. (). Joiinhoh. Secretary 4. 1Xo M. E. 1 P. Abilene Ixxtce.No. M9. F. and A. M.IIoldlM ttatcd comrnnblcallon the flm Saturday lilght ta earn month In their hMl. third floor Porter kod Khjvo tulMlng. corner Pino and North 8 nd streets. V.8.0. J ohkon Secretary. U. 11 OooK W. II. I. O. O. F.Meeu evert TnMJajr night !n tha X. of P. ball All Tlnltln; bre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 September 1892

'.. r f - .1 '- r'i iv it typwv Stood?- "I had a malignant breaking out on my leg below the knee and was cured sound and welt frith two and a half bottles of K3R3R9 Other blood medicines had failed IWPJfl) to do me any fcood. Will C. jieaty Voik.UU.S.C I Wis tronbloll from childhood with on wr- vnvi enwor letter nnu inreo ooiuro 01 curoamoporrannpnuy. M.na.lUt.I.T. M Our book on Blood and Bktn Diseases mailed free. Swift Srfiomo Co. Atlanta Ga. THE FARM No Broodnr Needed. Our cxerience in raising chicks the last two years after real warm weather has set in has been so satisfactory that we have not let a hen run with a chick en for the past year. As soon as the chicks arc hatched out wc take them from under the hen put them in a market basket or a small- box with some old cloths in the bot- tom and then wrap them up snugly so that they will keep warm. Of course when the weather is cool we are more careful about wrapping them up and we carry them in the house of nights or down in our ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 September 1892

i 5 K ! w'i 1 r I . 2" The Abilene Reporter. PUDUSHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30 189a. 1 1 - 1- 1 - - 1 1 . 1. - - ' - ma- " JOtiN IIOENY JR. Editor. Office in Reporter Building on Second Street. 1 ' ' ' ' Xntered t the Abilene. Texas rostoOce as 3ecohd-Clas Mull Matter. Subscription Kates. One year... . ..$1.50 Six months . 75 Three months ........... 40 Ttxas and Faclfie Local Tim Tabls. EAST-BOUND rASSKNOBR. Arrives . . IO24O A M. Departs ...................... 1 1 :oe a. si WEST-BOUND PASSENGER. ATT1TCS 9 . 4" t Departs. . . . . . 4:30 p. M. mmm 1 wip What's in a Name t Hogg's commission having nothing else to do say ihey are very busy col- lecting "data." A dollar sounds as Sweet by any other name no doubt but it saves confusion to stick to ths old name for all that. ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. Congress. $25 00 State Senate . i$ 00 Representative.... 1500 District . 10 00 County ...... :.... 5 00 Prcdncl ........ 3 00 The above rates Jo no...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 September 1892

1 if' ''$ U -. 4 ' r jMorstyand c .J7 Rollins LOCAL. Capt. Fields Fort Worth spent Sat- urday here. J. C. Harnden has a new advertise- ment to-day. See change in Farlin & OrendorfTs advertisement. The dancing club is to be reorganized by the young folks. Bill Arps Georgia's great orist in armory hall in Oct. hum- Capt. Allen Buell returned Washington Monday evening. from We invite attention to the new ad for the Red Store in to-day's paper. Read the Red Store announcement of special sale which closes to-morrow. m 1 100 pounds good tamilv flour for $1.75 at Mackechney & Hardie's. tf m 1 Call at the Arcade lor pure whiskey and fine wines. W. A. Gray. 10-tf 27 mckle bars of good laundry saop for 95 cents at Mackechney & Hardie's. m When you want money on ranch or .farm property go to Will Stith & Co. tf Five pounds miror gloss lump starch for 25 cents at Mackechney & Hardie's. Mrs. S. P. Hard wick is visiting the family of Judge T. H. Conner in East- land. Don't fai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 September 1892

25SE3 'I I .1 f if r t&tfec'&n? fyour ssycovr Berort Buying. "DQTTn nm irntcr In iti lm howlnc JC. thnltlbtalKtMiennoranr- Stta-watrrtlnhL Thr.rrolilntlinrfcll trt kk Vtry n!t. bat will Vk t tTrr tm. I ?mm7 Towtf s lMl'ROVEfl nl rtU9t SlIcKtr to bt wif? tihtijj-2 fc. anlatiihotlrtardralTS to ol P -- - fell In ltta Mint- ThtM lit twwariVon Ftntentb.Uiiiin JrprtuJ rtn ntsaa encirr. . A mrt Uooltn Colttr. S4. Tbly Tr& AVrK (below.) Watch Out ot tftr both lhe points I B nil ftr Citalon. &. Hl.TOWER.Hfr. BmUrMu. HBf Converting Corn Into Cash. Interesting paper rend before :he "Farmer's Institute of Williamson county Texas by P. H Snder of George- town The relative importance of our corn crop is not thoroughly understood by our farmers It is not generally known that there are more than two thousand million bushels raised annually in the united States and that its value is more than that of o( any other crop or perhaps more than any two crops com- bined. It may prove useful...

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