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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 December 1888

.!" V " v '" - " ! ..TVr-'W-';' i V 'J Tltf Abilenoeporfer. "" T " HpUBUSHEDAT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY DEC K 1888. T JOHN IlOBNVs J&i EDITOR -lirdtesrcasr trf. aabicrlptlon Katei. One ycm"..... ..... ......... i ?;)" SU mouths. ........ .. Three months r. . -"-' ' ' ."--" ........ 40 Oftfw In iiottler'iiiittlnj: Second Street. EnlerW n tho Abilene Texn Pontomco n ScooikICUss Mull Jtnttdr. The President's Mess&gjo'..- President Cleveland's message to congress contains a review of the con dition of the government. Vic strikes at the present tariff system and outlines the duties of congress The injustice of the protective tarifT system is plain- ly shown and is illustrated in his .rc-1 ferertce to combinations trusts' etc. The reading of the. message was lis- tened to' at- attentively the democrats cheering and tie republicans laughing derisively 'at the conclusion of the reading. The World's editorial on the president's message says: "President Cleveland's -last annual- me...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 December 1888

.' d -VTi' fa I yin im iHM' t"i .null. ili V!' g "" 'T ""1 kAST-ltOlMJ PASSENOER. Arrive ....... 1 1 too a. M. Departs (iiiiiitiiwd ..;. 1 1!35 Ai ' wrst-iioun rAssKNohR. $ Arrlrci.. ........... ...... jru ' M I JOgpartg.. ...... ....... 3'35f-' J r" ' " ' 1 ' ' " ' i " Oncr'hairdr City forilg Store for rent. ' ' Jno. Bouyer Went to Balrd yesterday. fc ! . nm. i i .im Blarikc Bros' fancy 'candicfl at Ftour- noy Bros 49'tf M. W. Ncgland San Angelo spent Tuesday in Abilene. W t ' .- f; ?' Dan Hall is again able to be out b after sevcrals weeks illness.. IT 1 Genuine pure ribbon-cane molasses at Flournoy Bros. ' 49-tf H. G. Lidston Houston was among the visitors here Monday. " ' f See Mrs. Wallace in her handsome quarters at the Ladies' Bazaar. 4o-i J?. M. Shick Waco paid this city a business visit the first of the week. "All kinds grfeen and dried fruits '-at Roberts & Mackechney's. 49-1- Geo. Wt Jennings St. Louis was among the traveling men here this week. Cane pipe stems five f...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 December 1888

i 7 .. I uio a !.. '' t p;' 3 M it lnaMMIkUMM li I THE pnmv. i t .OifjiJXli '' ' -i . t t-- rr- 1 yf - .. .. ieMlis for mik. Doubtless cvcry.farrircr keeps more or fewer cows 5 bht how many keep tlicm profitably? It Is not sufficient that the farmers' cows; give the milk And butter that their families need or even a little more'; the farmer should endeavor to feed in a manner that the least number of cows would supply the need. The farmer should riot because he docs not design making a. business of"sclling milk and butter bet imliflTer cnt in the manner of feeding but should endeavor to make everything however small it may be bear as much "profit as-possible. If the farmer is "keeping milch eows for their milk and butter he must en- able them to make the milk. The cow is a machine that grinds grain hay or grass into products of greater Value than they are themselves and while we do not for obvious reasons advise forcing we do advise feeding to the highest degree consistent with safe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 December 1888

r. " . .ii it . . i.i JL.!&. ..a ... Jg i&fiS. -X A- ju VLovaur liftikarr An4 lwmio--TJii lateker- An4 . The great revolution thit-has not been established in Uic slaubtitcrliW h and handling 6f cuttWmkl wcftlic. tween the producers and the consumers tin oilr country ha$ worked' tip bqut r the (tame kind 6f violent feeling arrtone hc butchers in the United States as I was raised in the olden time in Englang. amontf the spinners of the old school ; a"t the time Askwrigh't invented the 'spurning Jennie and set it to work. The oid-fashloncd snlnnert were fully "determined for it time to rnob Ark- irnght for thus taking the bread out their mouths and for some time past thd feeling from precisely the same 1 t..M1 ftf Af4ark ! 1. ..... titni htiniit HU1U Ul U1U9U 1IU3 Uktll JUBl UUUUl ;. equally violent against the men that ' have established the beef revolution in i'this country. We'liave had in the p United States dunng the present cen- f tury two or three revolutions of the tho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 December 1888

' .) ' 4 .: .i: '..:... '... .'...' .-'!:-' jr...: .-r " .:.: ' ':.. ..... !.: ;' '' '' ' : ... '."lz v UjT f V WHAT IT WILL JW mlwi Ot)R &IX OR SRVN tlDNDRBD BOVS ANi GIRLS They Will have a comfortable house to attend schodl in they will haVehigh dry grounds to play on. OUR FATHERS AND MOTHERS. Their little ones will have properly warmed and ventilated rooms to sit in with surroundings clean and inviting while they arc receiving the most valua- ble lessons of life an early school train ing. Above all other things the health J of our children will be preserved and. their tender constitutions will not then be subjected to the dangers of cold over-crowded school rooms and play ground six inches deep in mud and wai- ter. The play grounds and resorts of of the? boys and girls will be separate and that privacjr so requisite for the modesty and womanhood of our girls yea the manhood of our' boyS will be secured. OUK. REAL ESTAT&"0WNERS. The public school buildings will add over te...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 December 1888

-jW .- 'ff.-'-rv'ywjj'"' - n 11 - ' ........ - i.j. ii i I ill in i i i i i Reporter: rt itn -Jr-i vol. VIX. . ABH.BNB TBiCAS TTtlDAY MOENING DECEMBER 14 1888. w wv fj! if i r i THW). HXYOK Pril4et. WM. GAMIROK VicV- mlfe-i J. 0. LOWDON Cashier. a?-ECEl -:"TfE ABIUEHE- r -m---mi r-- ' --- -'. .; r '."-.-r-! '" "' ' '"' ...... -. lv -'.".'" " . "" ' "- :.l--..V..T-'fc-"-" ' "--'-' "-"V""' ;'.'. '-"-"-" "- --- ' '"'" '"- "" ' '. - M.JJJ-LLJ. r " " ' -..... - - ' 1 - . Mi . - - " ' '' I ' " I o? r y - . m k I v ' 1 I 1 ! H l ! ( '! i l 1 ' i ' H Hi hH' r ri HJr H i v ! WH U II U II H I III V Abilene National Bank. H H HI i i l r BH l H -i HI i-"" v. I . -w Porter "WIS "W'iA-NT ""OTT-R rr:r.Dl I " -V . . . -l' M Anv tQ" meet -the demands .of aE; we offer you im--dGids6's':6C the year goods cheaper than ' t ' you can buy them anjwhere in the land . Having bought a large and beautiful liiie of sample goods suitable for Holiday presents we offer them to the public Far Be COME A HOEEIBLE TE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 December 1888

. r- NMWMMM J. "I .A.. !3 J....i... ... l 1. ritH MrtrftftM k. rt.r In every Wednesday ntgliU fttlln-W. (iikIiJiso ti m.ipnkjre tit Wednesday night U. W. cr-moot- Hmllli rumor. Mcthodlvt Bdiith-tiiimtnjMchool 9t30 a. m.S services nt 11a.m. iindH p. W.i trTf'eoUtit' every Wodnesdny evening lit 8 ip. C. 8. Mccarvcr )mior Church 6f (ho Urtvenly liest-Bertlce on Sunday ntil iv.m nml siaop.tn. excepting on tlio second fiundays Wednesday erenln&s at 8190! Btinday-iCliOol nt9inon.ni. First Presbyterian Snnday school every Bun day itt 0i a. m. services first Hnd necoiiu Bun- day In each month nt 11 n. m. and 8! no m.i pmycr-mectinK every Wednesday lilgut nl9:S0p. in. J. A Crclfthtoiii imsior. Uhtlstlnll Church 8iliidiiy-scliool every fiunddy ntOiHOft. tn. ; service every "rt Hunday IneaelimbntliidtUa.m. and 7 p. rn. Mid Satur- day night previous to third Sunday i prayer-meet lnfc Wednesday iilshti social meettiiK every Sun- day after Sunday school 1U O Charles ia.slor. Cumberland Presby...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 December 1888

lift l A IJ- H LK JL .KQULTllY. .njtujn.i..r ft -J THE DKIRY. X -J . 1 . X . Cros&&ic Males. -On many farjms the mates afd cross-bred through iwitally selected from among the best of the flock. A cross-bred cannot be relied upon for producing .uniform chicks. Let it be a standing title to . tlse males pfsoW ptirci breed ami en dcayor to get atf good aS cart be found. Thttihiprovment bf the flock wilimore than compensate for the small outlay in procuring the male. Mirror and Farmer ( Variation in the Flocks-Each indi- vidual in a flock is different from the others One hen may require" a certain quantity of food that Would answer for two hens 6f different dispositions. In feeding a (juart of grain to a dozen hens six or eight of them may cat near- iy the. whole while in another flock the entire twelve hens may get all they wish arid leave something over. This ts a matter-that can only be determined by experience as daily observation h the best teacher to enable one to exact- l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 December 1888

T r i I' rssxarasp: lie Abilene Repprter JUDtN -' -' - TBXAI. FRIDAY DEC. 14 888. 07iV IIOENX It. EDITOR .BaWtrlptlfla t. One year . 1 ............. .$1.50 six months 1 ... .... ... ....... 75 Three rrtonths .kM. .. t I 40 Oflicfc In Bonier Building on Second Street. " : KnteW at tho Ablteuo Toxftn Postofflco nil fieoond-Clwis Mall UtIr. - Abilene will handle 10000 bales of cotton next season. . Too much rain is reported in some portions of the state. . Abllene's new school house5 will be a credit to Wcrit Texas. The Abilene country is growing more prosperous every day. Cotton will be a big crbp Abilene country next year. in the The dynamiters in Chicago have been getting in their work oh a dis- tillery. - The new people who are moving into th6 Abilene country are delighted with it. Two men were killed and a dozen wounded in sfmine- explosion in Col- orado Tuesday. Mr. "and Mrs. Levi" P Morton are visiting President-elect Harrison at Indianapolis. --- ' r-C"1'" "IH ' Blaine?s. frien...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 December 1888

-tlU . Mi. m IKi A I 1 itMi H I m ft ' tion of the a m 4 So Complete. SoNow 86 Novel. So Cheap. So Complete. So Gay a.:. 'fl OTJB4 'I IbrLBlblAfYh All at 25 per cent less than auy other liouse in Abilene. i. .in 1 ii ii. .i.iim.l.i.iliiniin ! ilLlT'fllPl I jEw fin1 ill A Cti Sensa VfVlTl I W I 1 VI 3 I plOGK Mil. 1 ALLAS PRICES GUARANTEED CaUvExaminetand Price an!& You Will Buy. ' i'k ' ' & '''' .- la. ' . . . ' ' .' 'I ' -ft .'..- -' ''. ".-it ' ' . Mm . ;- ..- . f Wi- w kTrt.i '. A " " w .. XjQOA.I1i.; Texas anil Pacific local Timo Table. EAST-JIO.OND PASSENGER. lves. ........ j . . . .n:oo a. m. departs -. . .' 1 1:25 a. m. . WEST-BOUND PASSENGER.. p'ArriveSi ' 3:34 '. r Departs. . . . ... . . . ; .....;.. . . . 3:55 P. M. jy. Curd is aNotary Public. 1 Col. -C. Wr Merchant has returned Ihome John Merchant is spending several days at home. p mis. mcuiue amvcu yesiciuuy jiuiu wif" e -j- ' v ennsylvania. ? . . A car of rock' salt just' arrivedat J. M. Radford's. 5-tf p Col. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 December 1888

J ywfcwiUk)'fa'.iaffi.iWli u ft 1 y " - ' J. ' ' iluv I 1 '' ' ' .1 . - .r .-..-. r ....-.- . -.:.. & 1 :-. . - . 1 'f .. .".. '.;- . -J i I ..I. . I. II ll II I 1' ' I -; - - 1 - ' 1 ' - ' ! " I" " ' - ' '- ' '-"! '-'" " '. ' i ' " - f- ' ' '" ''-"- ..-.- i " . i.i 1 ii. 1 linl 111 Bl.lli... xGRicut'rUfe. i-i-'U- -Ui. mi nL Site tke WM4 Afchtt. irt nil thd prairie-tommy coal Is the common fuel. Except about the groves no wood Is consumed tBuf then? are extensive timber regions. Wherever wood ashes arc made thtiy Should be carefully saved Barrels arc not best. The coals of all hard wood holds fire In ashes for a considerable time nnd dlsastroUs'fircs have occurcd from tlic habit of keeping ashes m bar- rcls Evcay farm should have smolce- house and this shbuld be built of brick or stone for at least the bight of three feet from the ground This is the most secure plaqe to keep wood ashes fn Ashds have the property of making light soils firmer and heavy soils more Open. We know of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 December 1888

.41 "f'Mw?Vaf JX. t T M '' - A "- ' t RW HwV M Jarne? foakSwm 'tW oritf laving 1 mn in the world r ith iij brofccrt netki U jn the city actdrnp'aitocd ty his' wife He Held a rceention at his rooms Job jQttvd street front io ttj is o'clock to which were inyitcdall jlhe leading phy- sicians arid siifgcofis of the city. A nurhber of welUknowri members of the midical profession called to sec him among them being Drsr Carson Prev- ltt? 'Ingram and Beasley. A- great tnany young intdical students attend .j iritf the various colleges in. the tiic citv WpWl 3HPfWP Mra PUjyflptW " ' ?rm .r? I also called to see and cxamineliim dur ing thc"day The doctors pronounced his case the; most remarkable On record and the students discussed his condition wjth mtfch interest. Mr. Uald- win'iss aiinc entertainer He is a tall stout-looking yoirig fellow with a smooth face and an exceedingly pleas- ant manhcr. On March 19 1887 while yardmaster at Birmingham Ala. in the Louisville and Nashville railroad yar...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 December 1888

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Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 December 1888

V ".'. ".U'.' iL-L ' ""' ' ' r-i'-i - i .. f . .fit i . i - i v JlJ; TT TT A T1TT TTVITI. Miimi V"-k f-f. J ' - - T ' i i i" -i -i -i ri i ifrr i -fr- -Ti frr-h y J r ' "'-' --r - tp. - n. . . Reporter. .1iiiiii.jiw.liUi.li-i . -f. veto vn. ABILENE. TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING DEOBltfSBR i 1888. NO.fCL THKO. WltOK rrwiaeit. WM.CAMKRdN Vlcft-PrMldoaU. J. LOWDON Cashier. rr DDEECE V ' Abilene National Bank. BPw J CJ . v a -tT" iw: ' - - - - - - ' . . i K I Iff n II n Iff II I 111 A I 'i 1 1 1 1 li n 1 1 1 1 n i i i b Hi y viiiiy li I li u u - raiMMWWlWMMHMMMMMMMaMHMMMNMnMMi Jjk I I IMIMiMMMMMMNaMIMMMMMMMMMiMHMM 4 HF HI II I II II iRl I J s 1 1 1 1 I III II I H Av Ml H BH Ba MH Aw BB BB BB BaH BbH BwH a Ba H H H Ba HBBl H BW BBBW BB BV BV BB"" BaH Br wL ' H III I Bi I BW famBW BB I Bl Bm. II' III I I Bl I bBa WbW H I H Bl vk bI bbV bBB 'H-BBB bBb BbWBBv1 bbI 'I wBB bbI BB' BBB bBBwI i Ar . my i 0 a To the Ladies of Abilene and Surrounding Country: - L.li . "W-A-UsPX1 YOTJ MUST HAVE ITI And to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 December 1888

h "i XaOptAJ" oinuMW mimnttitt . fc .W'Mr8i!!!ir.Aooli ? ItM H. Itl.i KITIWV m ?-.'V " . ww . i .Ar mLI.. n.ipttwetwcet' Inff every weunctuny nignu u. n. opmm piutor. Wolhmllit. (kiiitli-SunilAy-wliaol 0:)m M.I wnlccfi nt 11 n. mi nm H pr m. t pTBrcr-mcoUim every Weclticwlny cvcntfiK nt 0 p. m. C 18. McCurvcr pastor Clitlreh of the Iteovctily liot-8cnrfeo on SumUr Alll n ra. ftml Ri8o P. m.. eiccptlns on i the IceOiul 8mulRYt JVf ilnfwlny uvenlngi at Htaoj smidny-icliopj nltiiity n. m Pint rrcKtiytcHim-Srtiuliytcho?' every Bun- 1ny nt 0145 n nut orvlce tfrt ntnl Mtfona Hun- daytf lu ouch month nt 11 ft. io. itnd 8tao P.m. J prnytr-mcctlnit every .WcdiiCMlay nlRht id 8:80 1. tn. J. A. Crclglitnn jMOh Uhrlnttnn Clintcli Bnndny-tcliOol every Btinday At 0180 n. m:rvlcci every Orrt Bmiday In each month at 11 n. in. nndT p. nunmlBntur- day night prevloiin to third Bitmlay t prnyeMncct in Hcdiicwlny Wjjlil tofjlnl mrctliiB every Him- day after 8imilay-chool. It. O. Charles jmttor Cumberlan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 December 1888

' V. l sr r rSf. TlAllf 10M1B. S J.i- - . IN EWI ORLEANS. Dec iti A !- batch from Grcnnrto. Kf!4 nwi T . mtht(SatUrdiln.1!:i:rniti' li'rt M t iiw Illinois Central rdad was robbed Jjj one rnile north of Duck Hill Two men boarded thd engine and com- matided the engineer A. 'J- Law to pull out fast and not stop Until told to. The i O"-" a. a win till VJUUIU Evans both being covered with "sixes" "uS"lti;' iiu rircman ucorire Queycd thtf command and when one ' .Hiilt north of Duck Hill the train was stepped arid the engineer and fireman were ordered to dismount. This1 they promptly did. They Were then march- ed to the express car. One of the rob- bers knocked on the door which Was opened by the messenger After firing three! shots thd men entered and took $3d60 all there was in the car from Messenger Hill . The firing oT pistols.and the stopping of the train attracted the attention of Conductor P. R. Wilkinson who rush- ed out and. was immediately fired upon. Etc returned to the train. Ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 December 1888

:' tf nsfl iH d t tm mUM-Ambm m.Mtt i .til fap k Piiis EotMC- rfc- v . ") .. K - . ' .'.. .. - . tt Ji... j lJJIi ' AViri tPitia TawIt nfivfiw UescirDtion will De sola irom mis aau uiiwuwrk Januai?y 1st at JODDers' Jfrioes oy "'"""''')""' ! "'' . ." '!'" " '" '.''? ''" ' . ' .. I '.. ' '".. .'VI " . J T. -in -. ' ! ' '' 1 vjiiunmuQiiA WQtphAQ iiianiAnnQ i ;na ' H ! H HkWflHBHftHHHIlV . !! . . ' . ;M- sum l-- - 2 V rHTic made araancements to oneii in the early part of the new year one of the largest and most elegant stocks of Jewelry in the West I. offer my 1 &ff noStel Sh I hav? Xcted Sthe greatest care from the best Wses in the United States 60 per cent lower than wasever B . offered in this market before. - i. ' m BEMEMBER 'every piece of Silverware and Jewelry sold by me will he ENGRAVED FREE OF CHARGE and for every $2.00 worth of goods sold I M give a chance at fee $160.00 gold watch to he given away Dec. 24. It will pay you to call on E. -:- "-. The Abilene Reporter. PUBLIS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 December 1888

0 'to IfV jfr""-. r.. ..L . 1.1..1.. I. hjf. ft So Complete. So New. So Novel. So Cheap. So Complete " '' So Gay. OTJR4 olidWy r I' All at 25per cent less than any other house in Abilene. a ' l t ni'ii if i 1.' y-nii-i iV'--iiij r "I il ' "I .'( --- ...... . j...... i ..... ..-.i.... GMRISTMASy the SftflSAn! lock Full ft 1 j T TT " 1 I Complete ant Varied! nBBB mi LJM JHU txtattatax HI 1 I 1 ''SKL. uhr- stook: A GUimpse at Fairyland. ijHr !' it IW h i: v DALLAS PRICES GUARANTEE!) Call Examine .. LQOAL. 'Texas and Pacific Local Time Table. ' lEASTBOUND PASSENGER. Arrives. .-. I l:oa A. M Dejjarts .'.. v...... 11:25 a.1 M. WEST-BOUND PASSENGER. Arrives....- ... :... 3:34 p M. Departs...... -..3:55 P M. Pure apple 0) Mackechhey's. cider at Roberts & 5- No' trouble to price and show goods at j. M.Ttadford's. 51-tf 1 resh nuts dates and- figs at Frank fc-Tom's P. O.jbuilding. 51-1 Buy your Christinas J. M. Radford. ...' goods from N (D. Barry Fort Worth spent- 1 w ' -'' J' Wednesday ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 December 1888

j - .. PKr V A --4tl 'i rfi.WfHKrfMifc4....v. . . .v ' . - ? .- . ...M'..uj'.l3Zi3Zw .... (aM N.l i. v "" ' ..vE4t i .fci-' i J n iiiiiiffXtyiWWWHy"'""1111! ifi-rti fcil mmtt HOW U VM ft jDftMJHtf. It. is ft $tlrjxtt!Hng fact tSt very few )66iik know how Mi Wnkt! M6wt use '-'of Vifrdunpert nrtd artinjotfty do not tisc it k' till. .The; dftMpit is designed to economize fuel and to make the temperance 6f the rougi more equate Howevej- cheap fqcl may In; it is yet worth while; to ccotiomire in its Use i I'rifndokical as it' mny seem the ( most cvtravagaot way in which to use J ' fiiel is. to be sparing pf it. If' only a K Jew sticks arc put on when the fire has started jhc room has not warmed by the time they have burned down ; and if the fire is scantily replenished thtirc is not enough fire at any time during i the day to heat the room. The dam-1 ptr must be kept open to keep the i 'scant supply of fuel afire and a con- i siderablc part of the heat produced escapes up the chimney. If...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 December 1888

a hr V r. v.: ?' 4. 4. k. ilEKS' IJIST1TUTE8. "t .Mhr BHt t Of Malt JMMM U Tt Jrrf. Menry ' Irtr w Um SatMt The Texas Farm and-Ranchis Work ing Up an interest atriong th6 farmers of Texas In the organization of farm era institutes throughout the state. The object of the organization is to promote the interests of agriculture The organization is neither secret nor political and the benefits to be de- rived from it arc the advancement of farming interests through education through meetings of the farmers' and an exchange of views on all Subjects pertaining to agriculture and live stock growing. To the farmers of the Abilene coun- try this is of especial importance. The holding of farmers' institutes every year encourages the district fairs and we do not believe there is a farmer in this section who is not proud of the success of the district fair held in Abi-. lene last fall. The following editorial on the subject appeared in the Farm and Ranch of the 15th inst. and we publish it and ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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