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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 October 1892

i ULCERS JX CANCERS S SCROFULA Y SALT RHEUM RHEUMATISM BLOOD POISON. thus and ever kindred disoasa arising ftw linpnro Wood aocoeBfuUy treated br tit Borer-falllnK and best at all tonics and medicine Ssies Susies $$S Books oa Blood and Skin d and Skin nialseenton oV ires . ciflc Co. v OA. Diseases I rco. rrlntod testimonials application. Address t Swift Specific ATLANTA THE FARM. Carbon BUulphido Against Stored Grain Pests. Insect Lifa for September issued hv the dnn.irtmpnt rifnirrirnltiirp U'ntli.. ington. edited by the veteran and re nowncd etomologist Dr C. V Riley is upon our table and its contents dis closes many valuable notes on bugs. We make extracts as follows; "Allow me to add an important item in the method of keeping weevils and rats out of a corn crib by the use of the vaoor ot blsulphuret or bisulph- ide of carbon. 'The improvement I expect to make this year is to place on the floor of the bin an oblong box -made out of two 1 2-inch boards the upper part coming to a s...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 October 1892

"-f fr--' l ft ' )! i. r !f ; ! The Abilene- Reporter - PUBLISHED AT ILHNE - TEXAS. FRIDA OCTOBER at 189a. JOHN JfOENYi JJt. Editor. XRcs in Rbtorttr Bulldin g on Second Street. attend at lb Abllfne. Texa. Poton ai uecond-Ciua Malt Matter SanicrlpUon 2Utei. One year.. ...... ............... ..$1.5 Six months ................... 75 TVe months.. ... 4 Inu End Patlfle local Tin TaM. EAST-BOUND rASSXNGKJU Arrives ..-. ...10:40 A.M. Departs. ... .11:05 a. m WEST-BOUND rASSENGK. Aiiivcs. ........ 40 P. W Departs. .. 4:30 P.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. Congress $25 00 State Srnake.(. 1500 RepracntitiTe........... 1500 District.;....... 10 00 County ...... 500 Precinct...-. 3 00 The aboTe rates do not include price for Basics on ticket which will be $1.00. No candidate's name will be put on tickets for less than price ot announcement and $1.00 for Same na ticket. TOR JUDGE. 41ND judicial district. T. II. Conner. J. T. Hamuons. FOR SHERIFF: J.V. CUNNIKCHAM Jolts B. Nt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 October 1892

w V. L a! "W .. V THE COLD WAVE HAS COME. onr"-' it(l! s4 V K a . ' VVv' ?" '' KM : &? At . v t V k. : 'A 1. f 1 1 : VI f &?'' UI m Richard and His XwBBfcliEait'flHI" .THE SONG OF H WHGON. I . I "I II.. ! Oh listen to the song that I sing tra la! Ul Ktcnard and hissweetheart Nell i & ' There is never such a time as the spring tra la! ' . For a fellow his courage to bring tra la! '.' To the point that his love he can tell; V Refrain. - 1 .1 It was something he could brag on His Studebaker wagon And no wonder that his" heart grew bold; For the weather it was splendid And before the day was ended 'Twas the "old old story" told. With his stunning new rig and a span tra la! He had managed for an early start Observe this in the slyness of the man tra la! For no sooner on the road than he began tra la! The confession of a lover to impart. REFRAIN. It was something etc. The ending of this story you could guess tra la! As a happy lovers' chapter closed. Dickey finally got his ans...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 October 1892

i i - V ft . - W Ht.Ja.jSr-ba Hull i'i-'-"!' ! ' " f " H U It I if if 1 J I'll! ' ! ! " I J ' j'i' Tower? Wl Irrjprovecl 5LICKER 15 GurantceJ IajV.. Jbsolutrtji Water. 27 ATroof- vo e fiefcerittsve WsMeth nth Bran a tWMMAtc on mry Cost I 5oftWoolcp Gj. WatCh OutI Collar. i i. Sia 4 A TOWER. MFR. BOSTON. MASS Cmkpe CULTIVATING THE SKUNK. A Seventeen Acre farm Located In New Jersey. Doston Globe. New Jersey's latest inrjuttry consists in the capture of skunks and the sale of skunk skins. The largest skunk yard in the world is now in operation in the upper plrt of Sussex countv. Seventeen acre of mountain slope overlooking the Delaware river have been fenced in for the new industry. Hundreds of artificial dens or burrows were formed in the hillside under the -shade of the thickly growing trees. The enterprise has been in operation nearly a year. It was started because of the market value of the skins of the common ever) day American polecat or skunk. It is not perhaps generally lenown ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 October 1892

Adyioi TO WOMEIT If you would protect voursclf from Painful Profuse 'Scanty Suppressed or Irregular Men- struation you must use BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR CAimcnavnxa April M 1680. Thla Trill certlf r that two members of mr Immediate family after taring suffered for year from. Menstrual Irrrzularltjr belne troaUd vrlthont benefit by physician were at length completely cured by one bottle of H radfleltl' I'emnle Itctrulator. Its effect U truly wonderful. J. w. Btbaxob. Book to M WOMAN " mailed FltKG which contain! valuable Information on all female Ultcxue. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA OA. JTOB HAZE BT AXZ HBUdoxaiS. LADIE'S COLUMN. Chat on Fashion. The study of fashion is truly a be- wildering one yet here as in all puz- zles there is a key to unlock the mys- teries if we persistently look for it. After all the fall fashions are not so tfltffet-ltnt frftm ttlA Cnrinrt oft.!.. nnil r gowns that were delicate in lace and chiffon can be made seasonable by the substitution of velv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 October 1892

il'V V. . n o It. !1 !l :1 a 1i : ' I'! : S h : ! u ;1 Li! till rt Vt . r if u 1( 7 Mi T hi i il 'i The Dallas Excursion. "The Clark ttvlb is trying to make op a excursion to paltas on the 1 6th and they nun have chough names on the tis to insure the trip. The following letter explains the program: A. L. Matlock chairman" Fort Worth. Texas. - The Clark cluoof Abilene expect to go to Dallas October 26th at least to strong with Geo. Clark hats badge's and canes. We have often heard that the man- ufacturers of the Hogg and Clark hats always made smaller sizes for the Hogg " men. In placing the order for Our -' Tliats we find this is certainly true. Our sizes run ledm numbers 7 to 7 J show- ing that we have no "Guiteau" sizes 'incur club and that the Clark men from the Abilene country have heads on them properly balanced. Yours.truly E. D. Phillips. Member of the Abilene Clark Club. I I ' Basred Concert. Sunday October 23rd at 4 P m- for benefit ol Catholic church. PROGRAM. "Communion a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 October 1892

i-iiw- a 0 The Abilene Reporter. M: h VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 28 1892. NO. 4. vv. ' f f ii IT 5 WEIL'S- WEIL'S- I 09 g Columbus First Set Foot on American Soil and a New Continent Was Discovered And Speaking of Discoveries You Can EunUpon a Very Profit- able "Find" if You Visit Our Establishment Before Laying in Your Fall Supplies. GQ 3 B Fall Suits. B JLe have the. plumb line of exactness and you pay no more for one of our Tailor- mde Suits than is ask- H ed elsewhere for com- mon trash. Hi FREE A neat Oxidize CQ t WEIL'S1WEIL'SWEIL'S12WEIL'SWEILS NEWS NOTES. Oct. 22 Tlie French Atlantic liner La Touraine was caught in a cyclone on her last voyage between Marsailles and New York She was hove to for many hours but no material damage was done. This steamer is one of the largest afloat and recently made the record between France and America. A dispatch from Oklahoma says: After four weeks of council the Chero- kee commission has finished its nego- tiations with "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 October 1892

"$T"W rimp-STpfSHapr.. ifrVrYrtWn'W n.li CITY DIRECTORY BKCRST nOCIKTIES "Xbllino Commandcrr Vo. St. Knlghti Ternr Vtitldt IW iiO nc)TO In their Mjlum tMl Door rortet A Hevc bulldlnc corner :Wh& Second nd Tine wreeu. ou the tecd JMwUr tiltfbt In eaU month. lilting Bit Katgbu Corllll Invited to attend Km. CoratoKndcr. fio O.ltAnntiRecordi'r Abiletw Chapter No. 1W.1U A. M.-Hotd It mtclconvocatloni th' wpinl rrldar Blunt in jaonth In their hall third flour rterjind mtfrtu building corner Pine and fiorth Second MNtt. V s. O. Joniwif BecreUrr. J.ttKP M. B n.r AMleno tJoAft o. &59.J. and A. M.-HoldlU tatml coramuulraUon the flrt Pnturday nmht teeactt month In their hall third floor Porter Md Keevea building corner Pine and North 8eo- Md ttrtebs W. S. O. Jonswx. Secretary. 8. U. Cook W. M. L O. O. y-Mi every Tuevlay tiljcbt In the . of P. hah. All YUttloi brethren cottllallr In- tend to attend WU. Tturr.N.O. J. W. lUnrm?. Secretary. Starot the Wet Ulc Jfo. . K. of P-fe rerT Tbnnday...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 October 1892

!. f JSvrSBF - n"?"'!? "iff"m IV" iwlf I! f Jf ' ' it A V t 1 V I. ttEDTEIj MONTR. A wwiMnnnmn nltln dke&so leaused rao to scratch for ton I fcnftntia. nnd IinA hoan mHU br a few dara uso of J H. H. Wotre Upper Marlboro JM SWIFT ECIFIC t m cured several ye ago of blto swelling inniTlegtj-uslng ij and tmvo lid no sjnnptomiof ro pyya turn of tho dlv tw. Manr premjaent pbyilcUna nttended and alt railed but 8.7J. S. did tho work. IMnL TT. Knurr-Anne; Johnson City Tens. Treatise on Stood and Skirt Dis- ease mailed free. Swift Srnctnc Co. Atlanta Ga. THE FAPiM ! cured ! ' Notes on tbe Different Breeds. The manager of the poultry depart ' v- merit at the Ontario agricultural col- lege gives brief notes on some of the (E leading breeds!. His views remember are tempered by the cold climate ' and exposed situation of a Canadian farm ' Plymouth Rocks A hardy vigor- ous breed growing rapidly to large size. Small bones great and rapid itesh form- ers. Male birds go up to ten and twelve pound...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 October 1892

'upmnu-u'r hff r.. m The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABEUBNE - - . TEXAS. FRIDAY OCTOBER 38 189a. MZiV IIOENY JR. Editor. . . II '. II .11 .!..- Oftce In Reporter nuildlng on Second Street . '1 'r "I "" BaMred M the AblU-na. Tx Postofflce m i tteeorid-Clau Mail Matter. Subscription Xatas. OMreir $t.5 Ik Months............. 75 Three month.. 4 ' 11 Vasaa and Pacific total Tuna Tabla. EAST-BOUND rASSEjiGE. Antra ... ......... 10140 a. m. Bay arts... 11:05 a. u west-bound rAsspom. Afnvcs.... .4.v..........i.. 4"o2 ' w. Daparu. ............... 4:30 r.M. t I -I MllM.il II -! twJUlll ! ! - .. Ulll ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOB ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. Congress..... ..... ........$25 00; State Senate..... ...; .... 15 00 Representative 1500 District... ...... ....... .... .... to 00 Count jco Prtdnct 3 00 The above rates do not Include price for Barnes on ticket which will be $l.oo.. No candidate's name will be put on tickets for less Aaa price of announcement and $1.00 for Mine in ticket. FO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 October 1892

t"S O '? r U&' ' t) A A A U M n BGGAXi. Capt. B. Jones went to Dallas. Miss Natalie Taylor is Visiting in Palestine. . Chemically pure ncohol at the Gilt Edge saloon. 34.il 'i Buggies wagons and implements at H. Ak Hancock's. 35-tf. Mrs. H. B. Stiles returned Dallas Sunday evening. from A party of prospectors from Missou. ri are here this week. B' B Kenyon returned from ington Sunday evening. Wash- Go to Gus Ackermtfns for pure whis- kies wines and cigars. Order wood from Sanders & Waf- ford Eastland Texas. 38-8t Domestic and imported wines liquors and cigars at George O. Graves. Call at the Arcade lor pure whiskey and fine wines. W. A. Gray. 10-tf When you want money on ranch or farm property go to Will Stith & Co. tf . m 1- Miss Jennie Middleton is at home after a visit of several days with friends in Cisco. F. E. Bompart made a fly trip to Missouri Saturday returning Wednes- day evening. The members of the dancing club enjoyed their regular ball at the opera house Fri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 October 1892

"F" i T. VI 4 I li IH'1" '' l II !! Ei TM Trails V ir li on I V but WATERPROOF COAT SSS5&1 In tbe World l A ! TOWER. BOSTON. MASS. Cost of Somo'Big Things. The maRnificent national capitol at "Washington has cost since the laying of its corntr s'oncm 1793. very nearly $15000000 hut the state capitol of New York at Albany although not yet completed according to the archi- tects designs has already cost almost $aooob.oooo and is the most exven- swe building of modern times. The Urges and most expensive city hall tn the United States is that of Philadel- phia and its principal tower is to con- tun the largest clock in the world. The greatest price ever paid for a horse was $150000 given by Malcom Forbes of Boston for Arion which he bought from Senator Stanford of Cali- fornia Axtell the trotter brought $105000 when 3 -years-old while in 1891 St. Blaise was sold for $100000. One hundred and three' thousand has been offered and refused for a Hebrew bible now in the library of the Vat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 October 1892

"TFtT7S? rf7H9mH?Mt ffmn -t.'.'T?S 'iKtiflwr S '"i.Y&s'p-qKi -nm . fv 4 -n t "T'i 'v? '1 I" o V KT' -fi f r if r LADIE'S COLUMN A Pointer to Ice 'Cream Makers. I am aware that the season for home' made ice cream like that of the lea serpant is about ovqr for the year but even -at this late day. there is one remark on the subject that I feel I must iproclaim That is don't think of making ice cream until you get a pair of clamps for the freezer and a patent ice chipper. I( you haven't these ar ttcler don't rest until you get them and "if your dealer doesn't keen them" ns the advertisements say make him get them for you and you'll ever after- wards rejoice. The clamps which are securely fas- tened by being screwed on the tub are two straight pieces of steel that hook into two large screws on each side of the tub and hold the freezer as firmly as a rock making the- Work of grind- ing a few moments' job while with the ice clipper you can shave a whole block of ice in five or ten minu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 October 1892

i'VT71f("WfVT'f'sr;'"""p"' 'WT"' 7r&rwt-f'i''-r9&i ' """"'NT1?! "V ;r 'VHfr"Vr' T"'T F"" " mtwTFSWjrt ' I -o- LOYAL TO THEMSELVES WHY HILL AND TAMXAHY A1E SUPPORTINQ CLIVELAKD. And They Are in Earnest to Have Ktra ElectedThe Hews Speolal G6r respondent Look Into This Muter. Dallas News. I know if I were in Texas to-day and any man in the stale would step p to me knowing I had been here investigating the political outlook the first question he would ask me would be; "Is Hill in earnest and is Tam. many in earnest in their support or the democratic national ticket 1" I know this because I asked every man I saw from New York for the past month the same questions. and I have heard It propounded a thousand times by members of every party. So when I came on here I had the interrogation in my mind and went forth to answer it for my own satisfaction and for the satisfaction of the readers of The News I am fallible very fallible and there- fore may be mistaken but I have no hesitancy...

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

TT''c'' "i ttwj.jb jerT'-'"vu v'l'i r- - ' vr m re iw ' ') The Abilene Reporter. I 1 . 1 1 . .. VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 4 1802. NO. 45. ffffufni Jfe .- !M -v h 4 "FOR HE IS A. DEOCRAT.lN THE WORLD'S $500 PRIZE CAMPAIGN SONG. Awarded the Prize in the Recent Contest by the New York World. AIR Benny Havens O. . To every teeming city to town and village sent ' To every shop and mine and farm the thrilling message went; 'We've got our old commander back he'll lead us once again! Be up and ready for the Tray and quit ypu there like men;" And quit you there like men and quit you there like men; Be up and ready for the fray and qut you there like men. He stands for all that's dearest for which our fathers fought; The people's right to rule the land for votes that can't be bought; He stands for lower taxes for gold and silver too For equal rights and laws for all for everything that's true; For everything that's true for everything that's true For equal rights and laws...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 November 1892

rrr t t ' Tf" '" "-vr'w Tw-i.-vi- i nw tt Tf. CITY DIRECTORY. SECKR WOtXTIM. Abilene Cotnmtnderj No. ST. Knight Temp. Mr bold lu stated conclave In their asylum tMsjt floor PortM A Kctrn bntlulnr; corner Xuta Second and l'ln streets on toe second Mantta night In Mich month. Visiting air bright! coniUUr invited lo attend. 9 J U. Ccarut Km. Commander Oho C IUiuiuUec0rur Abilene Charter No. itt. It A. M.-Holds lu ied convocations the second Friday- night. In TftcttmonthlnthcirhaU third floor. Porter and Havre building corner Pln and North Second tenets W8.0.Johk! Secretary. J. Ran M. B. IL P. AMIenelodRe.X. 559. P. and A. M.-TtoWsita vitMed comtituntcallon the flirt Saturday night la each month In their hlU third floor rotter "M Reeves building corner Pine and North See Md street w. 8. 0. Jouksou Secretary. E B. Oook W. M. L 0. 0. F. MeeW every Tuesday night In lh K. of P. hull. All visiting brethren eordlaUr ln vtted to attend. W. II. Turr N O. J VT. (Unmix. Secretary. Star of the Wea...

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

i ' ' V f Pimples AND Blotches Alt RVtDRNCR That the blood it wroitfr and that nature is endeav ertng to throw off the impurities. Nothing is so beneficial in assisting nature as Swift" Spectfc (S. S. S) Jt is a simpli vigttable compound. Is harmless io the most delicate Mid yet it forces the poison to the surface end eliminates it from the Hood. ma I contacted a Mtera catoof blood poUott that unfitted me lor business for four yean. A few bottle I Swlft'i Specific (S. S. S.) cared ae J. CJonu City Marshal zTbkob ArkansM. Treatise on Blood and SUn Diseases milled free. Shift Srscuic Co Attests Ga. MILWAUKEE'S GEEAT FIRE. Only Blackened Buins and Glowing: Embers. 'A Milwaukee dispatch dated Oct 29 says when the sun came' up out of Lake Michigan this morning he shed no light upon the southeastern portion of Milwaukee. There was a brighter light there than he could furnish and jt had been there ten long hours and was there still when old Sol had done his day's wore and gone to rest. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 November 1892

""jTjr3!55i'S!?5i!f''wpj5'?'-"1 "' xtjp iiwci'3'cTy5i(fi!'1J''ipF??''T'' ffm-ffw ( r' $?ynp v "KIiiV fc The Abilene Reporter. PUBUSHED AT . ABEDENE ... TEXAS. FRIDAY NOVEMDER 4 1893 -. ' r- ; '' ' " '-'Y' "'"- JOHN HOEtfYy JR. Editor. OKce ta Reporter Buildinj; on Second Street. at the Abilene. Tcxa. rotou1e m Second ClftM Msll Matter. Subscription State. Owe year...... .........-.....$1.50 Six months....... . 75 Three month... v.. ..... 40 Texal and Pacific XeealTiat Table. EAST-HOUND rASSE.NT.SK. Arrives. ....... ....... .10:40 A u. Bepuu......... .............11:05 a. M WEST-BOUND rASSENGKE. Arrives. v...... 4:oSr. M. Departs.... ; 4s30r.1t. "flyi Go hear McDowell to-ritght at the opera bouse. On the Eve of the Bdttlo. Two yean ago trie present governor was elected by a clear majority of 3S8- 000 out of 375 000 votes polled. Had any .man then prophesied that at the gubernatorial election of 1893 there would have been a contest between three candidates he would have been laughed a...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 November 1892

yr. r'KrTfTTP(W "W'HWIPIII'W'.W ww'5 sippwffii -J r- -r 4 V m LOCAL. & ' CtBTitX ADTHTlSMinm MOM TB1DK IliriUI wkt frw U (WmmI Mm Van Houten's Oocoahsffl:ss?yi r. NVDKICY HINUKB Irr. at MrairlMfcl ltlrnllr 0tt. I4. Aatfcar r ha Nl4vl Hw4bk .rThirM'M('i'.' wfcoacfwaA wrlt follnwa. " rrofa laa ranfaf aa.lf. Mat rrl ivtmue aat othrn I am MtiatM that Mara Tin llovrix'aoamt Ulan wr lo)u.lou la .lth. mlthulll. d.riAtdlr mere aittltlna lh tbr Onu - II It rrllnlj pr' n4 hKMji 4lrtiki. nt qUlk la crulo adnrtlttVMnU Irvn my tobli o TBinptk art arilla ftlalvaillaf anl naot aanlbl apply UVim HtmTK't Ooci." ritfaiir roUrtMMi Tin Havrafa Cocoa feUMafMaadamiM. aw tlu rl Urn fit hjl fcUIVrl.rjrf(.rl0 utrl k4mm fUmmW. a Go hear McDowell to-night at llie opera house. Jack Anderson ' spent Saturday in Roscoe. v ' tfnwBW aftttlt i -Prv i I I I I 7ft u C) Ll O CO iff. r f) T' .v 03 OW IS THE TIME $ To provide your wife with a new COOK STOVE E-h CO PQ If you are in any doubt as to the make size or qu...

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

tf " 1 TftMttt falcTKwf cut la Um OIK WOULD I TMriSH UK.IXD SUCKER I mmuittd wtlrf !". BdTrnU(TpTrmlfT la l!hnkIHOfTil. Tl WKUUIEL BU KniritmMrtwtrMlnacMLind ftwaenet ltlhJrlh hnnd-Uno(onlu Irto.ir- M CatafegM nt. A. J. TOWEIt IUwton.JM . mnfeh entire ftcM)e. IWwarerflmlullun. Ifeml The Trapptit Abbey in ltwa. Twelve miles out of the city of Du- 4que. Iowa in the midst of a fertile Itfknd country whose rolling fields overlook the Valley of the great river is situated the Trappists' Abbey of Mew Mellerav a place of pilgrimage to the curious and genuine interest to the students. That a colony of Cis- tercian monks should preserve in this taw western land the meriixval routine of existence enforced upon their order at its founding eignt centuries ago is sufficiently anomalous; that the jaw ot silence should be one of their chief and most rigid observances ts a social an achrunism in our garrulous west. The history of the Trappsts Abbey of New Melleray' is the second historical mon- ogr...

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