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

'VvSC'jmwwr t Wy'5!y!!!w?Mrl J. M -.( 1t I 17 a1' 'r. WJtXOK OF THE BOUMAlCU. jftetaili of1 th6 Foundering of the Btearaiip. A dispatch dated Oct. 29. fromLisb- bon says: As soon as the intelligence reached here that Anchor line steamer. Roumanid had been wrecked the gov crnment ordered the gunboat Sealde to proceed to the mouth of the Arotha river the scene of the disaster to render whatever assistance she could. The gale was blowing so furiously however that the commander of the Sealde was unable to take the vessel out of the harbor last night but early this morn- ing the gunboat started for the scene of the wreck ft has 'been learned that . tjk'jt .tr '.jci 3 J. j a tuiiii ui iza pciuus passengers aim crew on board only seven weres aved There were no life-saving appliance in the vicinity of the wreck and even had there heen it is very doubjlul ;u 'they) been used in the teeth of the gale amounting almost to a hurricane and' a tremendously high sea Tunning. The steamer is breaking...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 November 1892

' -p- V. ( WHY COMMERCIAL TJCAYlLHi FWSE HOQO'S RE-ELIOTION. Hkero la no Politics or Sentiment in the Opfwltlon it i Bail HftM Pre and Siwple. Llano Tex. 0t 16 To The Xcws. Quite a while ago I scat the following letter to the Houston Post lequestmg it publication feeling that if they would Be half as fair as the News tfcey would give il space in their ol mans and t could thereby get it before site Hogg followers who need to do Me genuine thinking. The Tost -tfdn't publish it. I suppose the Hog? Brgans can't aff jrd to give their readers both sides lor if they do there wouldn't be many Hogg followers except the fktace hunters: To the editor of the PostIt is gen- h erally known that the traveling men of Texas are almost to a unit against Gov. Hogg and in favor of Judge Clark for governor and for the benefit of those who wonder why it is so I afcoutd like to give through your col- n;ns briefly and mildly as possible ty views as a traveling man on the Mbject. Drummers are opposed to Gov...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 November 1892

The Abilene Reporter 3as h ' VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MQENTNG NOVEMBER ll 1802. NO. 43 ' . 1 v. '4. ' A. ! r II y 1" "Vv 'v. r u V Sen I - rikwK. mW'SUmmim mm95lmWMmi JkW MmmmmmmmmSlSS e?UtuiW NOBODY BUT GROYER. The Democrats Sweep the .Country Clean With the Tariff Reform Broom. Cleveland Carries New York and Indiana and ILLINOIS AND WISCONSIN AND CALIFORNIA JOIN The Democracy in the Grandest Victory in the History .of the Party. Ohio Oooa Democratic With a Pla rality cf 1GOO. Both Housrs of.Confrress Democratic. Eij-yu C.ROVUK CI V.VKCAND. Dalln New. Later returns confirm the earlier bu'letins and it is now revealed that a landslide has buried President Harri- son VVjtli the solid touth New York. Indiana New Jersey Connecticut Illi- nois Wisconsin. California and eight votes in Michigan Cleveland and Stevenson will have 297 votes in the electonal college. Appearances now indicate that Ohio may also have joined the great western democracy. If this is true the national ticket w...

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

sy7Tt'r'r PI t to hi CITY DIRECTORY !S-r' --'! jtnV'H' s a SECRET SOCIEtlES. Afcllene Commatuifry No. ST Ktitghts Tetnp- er.liolds It sUtfet ttniclsvo In.tbvlr sj-ltiui tblnJ Ho))'' I'otter A l(eT bull dine corner XTh 8cC6nl ml lino streets on the second AttfUy night In each month. Visiting Sir l1Rhu cordially iDTltotl to sttcml. i 11. ClltlltlK Km. Oomrun0f r. Attn (X lUnnis.TtecoiMpr Abilene Chapter No. . II. A. MH61d In uuyi convocation t'. mvoiuI KrUIar nltftit In inrh month In IhHr fault tlilrtinixir. ftmc-r ami Mm tmtMlug. corner lino and North becotid arMU. W.-.oJorinM. Secretary J ItMi M. K. 11 P Ahllrni. t1f. n. VSfl. P. anil A. M. Itoldilt statl coramunlcatlonil (ho tint Saturday tilxbt pa each month In tliolf halt third floor loner and Itctrrs balldlnjr corner line and North fto- srtd streets. W. s. U. Jonnsoit becretarjr. n.noooKr.i L 0. 0 F. Meet cwjr Tuesday night In the X. ot P hall. All ilsutair brethren cordially In- tod to attend. W. II Twm N. 0. J. W. llAMPTojt. S...

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

7?"w5?'!?fSr ii r i V ' x s WlFT'Si SPECIFIC FOR renovating tht thtirt system eliminating all Poisons from the Blood whether of scrofulous or malarial origin this prep- oration has no equal. . s KSAIK3 "Fti? eighteen months t had an fating- tore ttt my tongue. I was treated by best heat physician' tut cltaintd no relit; the sore gradually grew wort. I finally lock J S. . and was entirely eured after using a few Mist? C. B. McUuiorn Mender ton Tex. s TREATISE on Wood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Tim fawirT Specific co-AtUntaGa. Fill the Silo. The dairy farmer who has not- built ' ' a silo has neglected )iis opportunities. F has robbed his cows of thai which they ' t would regard as a grtat luxury. The t value of the silo is long since past 4t debate. The experience of thousands of farmers furnish overwhelming testi mony in its behalf. It is simply silly to talk about the silo not being able so put anything into the corn that was not there already and like stuff With eciual truth it...

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

'fr?vv TFrTTP.Z mrff FrWPPv J "- Jy. -ili "" "' '' t e i The Abilene Reporter PUBLISHED At ABILENE - TEXAS. .... i ii 1 1 - i i r .... . ... i YRIDA NOVEMBER n t8oa. f JOHtf HOENY ?. Editor X"!.tr..A OCee In Rxrorrtx Building on SecondStreet. at the Abilene Texas Poslofflce Recond-Chus Mull Matter. SaVseriptlon Kate. year. iij"5 9fac nontht v. ...... 75 TWm month.. ..s....... .......... 4 Texas and Pacine Local Time Table. KAST-BOUND PASSENGKR. Antres.. .............. 10:40 A. M. VtMItS... . .II.OS A. M WtST-BOUND rASSNOM. Arrives ..1 . .... ...... ...... 4:08 r. M. Depart. . 4 . . ... ..in ...... 43 rv M. As go the south and west so goes the union. Law how dem Illinois 'publicans mm swunk. Tariff -was the issue and the demo- crats won the victory on that alone "" Loyal Indiana democrats win every time they can help swell the democratic majority. The producers have spoken and they liave said to the republicans "no re- ciprocity dodge catches us " The western farmer who has voted the...

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

gjTkT-wflry "3r?fTFrKWrwFS5S?'IS!? --jr: ' 'V4Wfrr ll x IV ! -A ra 7 AV t'v XiOCA.3-j.. .Chemically pure acohol at the Gilt Edge saloon. 34.H ' VMrV. Dr. Dudley left Friday for Jackson Miss. ' ' ' '- 'Buggies wagons arid implements af H. Ar Hancock's. 35.tr. Miss Rita Moone Memphis is-visiting relatives here. Co "to Gus Ackermans for pure whis- kies wines and cigars. Miss Julia Osb rne Cleburne is visiting .Miss Jan)e Chilton. When yotl 'want money on ranch or farm property go to Will Sttth & Co. tf Mrs. Tom. Cockei Weatherford is visiting her parents Dr. and Mrs Bass. ' Domestic and imported wines liquors and cigars at George O. Graves. 1 m Standard' flour and bran given in exchange for. cord wood at Pioneer mills. 4otf Don't buy a cook stove until you have thoroughly examined the Buck's - Brilliant. 45-tf. Major N W. Reeves will please ac- cept our thanks for a large boquet of chryantheniums. ' i Will Stith '& Co. gets your loans through quick and with little trouble to yo...

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

a FOR i-tt ) Y ..' 0 10 I Q w 0 J t"t""ill'Wi '"" " The Abilene Report From now until January 1st i$93r. and. .. . " ; Texas Farm and tach ;:t?' . . For One Year ALL FOE $1.50. It) fc: SUMMER EMI TICKETS rsLOW RATK" VIA TBJS. -TO THB- gPKlNtS AND MOUNTAINS TDKISStt KHTUCKY YIRGISIA and Ilia CtfOUHAS. TO TUB AKES AND WOODS 0 AHjIj FOR $1.50 THE CIGARETTE. Its Virtues and its Vices Portrayed Bf an "Unfriendly Hand. Discoursing recently about anti-cigarette legislation that honored con- temporary the Christian Union pro- tested that there had been a crusaae made against the cigarette as if jt were a special evil and all other tobacco were innocent wheieas the truth was. and.publtc attention should not be di- verted from it. that it is the tobacco in the cigarette that is injurious and not the cigarette iufclf. Now it is true e.iough that the cig- arette cannot do much harm after the tobacco is out of it and it is also true that the tobacco can be used to inju- rious excess in divers ot...

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

" . - N T IT U Sr tl hs.1 V ;i? ' . - f. v - TblsTrade y Won Hi but lyftTERPROOF COAT ft A J TOWE. tOTTON.tMASS Chinese Obeap Footgear. It wis only a little over a .year ago tliat the firtt Chinese retail shoe dealer opened his place of business in a noisy and disrcptuable little alley be tween Bush and Pine streets near Kearney. A small sign was hung1 out nd It was not long before people be- gan to flock thither. They found that they could obtain shoes at far less than the price demanded by the white dealers and apparently of full equal quality. The news quickly traveled and before long the quiet but astaulc Chinaman saw his trade pick up To one who has not heard of this place it would be astonishing to see the stylishly dressed ladies who are regu- lar patrons of the store. Despite the -character of the surroundings many drive to this phce in their carriage and at any time of "the day one may dr0p )n there he will be sure to find it crowded with apparently refined women and childr...

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

Tgtf i NEWS. HOTEB. Nov 6 A cyclone struck Galves- ton doing much damage to property. Ari infant yrtui killed and several per- win more or ltsi seriously Injured. The; storm' track was Only from twenty- f ve (o fifty yards wide and not more than a hall ii mile log. A San Francisco dispatch says that the steam whalef Beluga arrived from the Arctic tr day and brings news of the wreck of the bark Helen Mac Capt . Thaxter and the loss of thirty five of kertrew. Only five of the vessel's crew were saved. On Oct. 16 while the Helen Mae was ingaged in cutting in a whate in latitude 71. 30 minutes aorth longitude 169 30 minutes west she was crushed in the ice. The ice came in a rush and without warning. The vessel and boats were crushed In- to splinters-before the offi remand men h-td time to lower a boat and get away. Thefifth mate cook two sajlors and the boat stceret only were saved. They clung on the main mast a? it went over on the ice The" rest of the crew .; inchJd.bg Capt Tbaster we...

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

' (. ' w THE ABILENE REPORTER. Til VOL. XI. ABIIENE TEXAS PKID AY MORNING NOVEMBEK 18 1892. NO. 47 i T k & it t t i ' H 4 v L V NEWS NOTES. Nov is. A terrific explosion of i? t dynamite occurred near the main wheel r.. . ...v. .............. """ 'party's turinellNiagara FalU.this morn- ing. A magazine containing about 1 66 pounds of high explosive ignited from some mysterious cause. John ' Hoben. 24 years of age master me ' chanic was blown 120 feet arid killed. ; A number of others were more or less injured. The Star's Fort Scott. (Kan ) spe cial says: . The victory of the' constitu '' tional amendment proposition in this '' country was assured yesterday and si ". multancously several saloons were op 3r ed in Kansas Ciiy. - A dispatch from Corpus Christi says: At 2 p. m. to.day Rudolph 1 Zimmerman a section boss on the San Antonia and Aransas Pass railway shot' and slightly wounded N. Gussett ban- ker. Z.mmemian afterward to evade arrest suicided. Thursday niglit when the democ...

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

"VI "? ' "it A'-rf 7fj jw- wjj i K I I 1 CITY DIRECTORY tsj r " .iau'-ULgu iui. 'mu'ir i aur-ites SKCRST SOCIETIRS 1 Abilene Commander? No. St. Knight Temp- tacv holds lu stated concUro In their asylum tittjd noor Porter Reeve bullilng.. corner Nth Second and Vim MrecU on the iccdLd 3ffty nlgnt In each month Visiting- Hit ii&fthu cordially Invited W attend. J. CJ. CCBIU Era. Corainahder. Oko. 0. lUnnis.ltecordcf Abilene Chapter No. ivfc U. A. M. HoM Itt wascd convocations the second Krldar night tu Mih month Intbclr hall third Hour. Porter and fcrre building corner line and IvorUi hecoud swot. W. s O. Jonssox. Secretary. J. Run M. K. II. P. Abilene Lodge. o.5S9. P and A. il.--TI6W$lu tl communication the first Saturday night match month In their halL thlnl floor Porter n4 twH building corner Pine and North Sco- andatrteta W. 3 CJonxaosc Secretary. n. 11. CoosrW.M. LO.O.P. Meets every Tuesday night In the K. of P. halt AUvUIUnj brethren cordially In--vuod to auend. W IU Tiurr O. ...

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

if '" ' ' "." TIW r- IP ft & vr '' it i & - CURES SCROFULA tin. E. J. Howell Modfottf Mas. wyt hof scother Iia toon cured of Scrofula by tha nso r four bottles of ir 1 after baring had muchothortrcaU piffM men I nt)d being reduced to qultoa low condition of health as It m thought tbo could hot Uvo. H I Cured mjrllulo boy . ofhcredl- tary tcroful gtf& wtalchap- IearedanoTerhI-?w3? face. For q year I had sCRlrenhpatlhopo of hit ffesXreoorery when Anally I w vZ Induced luliM Afowbo ttlescuredhlmandno symptoms of tho dlacaso remain. Mrs. T. I MAthbiw Mathenrflla Mlts. Out book oa Blofcl Stt1 Bkln DImm nulled fr. Swirr sraciric Co AtitnU C. Business Enterpruo in the Old South In his article on "The industrial development of the south" in the En- gineering Magazine lor Odohef Mr. K. H. Edmonds says tn reviewing the condition of manufactures prior to the war: The early activity displayed in iron manufacturing in the south was duplicated in other branches of manu- facturing Mid ...

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

twvSKSrvy HI i t i f ! .1 4 t ! ii li ife The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FlUDAV NOVEMBER 18 189a. JOHN HOENYi JR. Editor. OC- In RcrOKTU Building on Second Street. Xtr t the AWltne. Teia. roitoQIce w Second-CIasa Malt Matter. Bnbierlptlon Jutes. One Tear ......... Six tmonlhs... ....... .......... Ttoee months ........... $1.50 75 -to Ttui And Pacific Leal. Time Table. EAST-BOUND l-ASSENtlER. Arrives ...... ..4... ..10:40 A. m. Departs.... ......... .11:05 A. )t WtJT-BOUND rASSKMGMC. Arrives.. .......... 4. a:S i m. Depart......... 41301. M. fc. t fc- - ' JSiwKI We acknowledge the receipt of the Texas & Southwestern railway guide and handbook. The Rcfoimft acknowledges with thanks ihe receipt of an invitation to attend w silver convention in El Paso December 5th. The .command of his highness McGinty. we will obey if the weather and walking both remain good. A proposition. hold it constitutional convention carried at the lite Kansas election and the conve...

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

-TM "Oft" " t "i i.a I II O . - ffWyWJP JTW "W T rawv -w jwpy If'' - wsr r fr ?! J y i f k a Tfo c v. IV THE FINEST LINE IN THE CITY .A.1? o o S. LAPOWSKI & BRO'S. 25 Per Cent Re- duction. BEING OVERSTOCKED in Over Coats on ac- count of warm weather we offer our entire line ol Over Coats at 25 per cent below actual cost. S LAPOWSKI & BRO. The new county officers have qualified. Speak a good wherever you go. word for Abilene J. Hr Thornton Merkel was fn the city Saturday. Mrs. Will Young returned yester- day evening. See card of Thos. M. Willis lawyer in to-day's paper The commissioners court has been in session this week. j Dan' Jones ot the Anson- Western was down lat week. LOCAL. Chemically pure acohol at the Gilt Edge saloon. 24.1! Geo P. Piullips spent the first of the week in DaPas. Buggies wagons and implements at H. A. Hancock's. ' 35. Go to Gus Ackermans for pure whis- kies wines and cigars. Henry Tcrnll St Louis spent Sun- day and Monday here. When you want money on...

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

t ti-r vuw tTf T'1-V".rV i SUMMER EXCIfflSlOli TICKETS ALI -At- n. ii'1 " " ' ' i ' "'. i ' FOR $1.5:G' . t m .. . . ... . .. - M..t. n-KiUJ. mw i i . q. lMyM.ll lift I I "ft if If u 4 rl n h 0 I H 0 The AMene Reporti ALL ! .XjXj Weaning and Wintering Colt. The colts should be taken off the dam at about five months old in time to have a run on pass if the weather "will permit It should be kept in a clean well-ventilated box stall ten by twelve feet for about one week o be come accustomed to doing vithout the milk and cornpaiy of the dam. The colt should be fed oats and bran three times a day. It must be fed regularly. Some recommend feeding cow's milk hut my experience is that oats and bran is! the proper food to make bone and muscle. Water should'be given often; salt should be kept beside the box and all the hay it can eat within reach. The amdunt of grain must be regulated to keep it from losing flesh. Care must be taken to not le the bowels be- come bound up. The stall should be ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 November 1892

A' " T HIT ry. "tr y rvf?; r " v V U 'l k fr f yV r . Tho Best 7atcrpxocf Goat In t!io WORLD! R21 m? Mjbi en BaraE OLSl TlieFIMI llllAND ALICCm ! wfirnmlixl w.t.r. pruof ml will kwp yiw il Irtiliu btu l norm. The new IVMMEI. Bl.l I KEit It a wHi ct rUln coat and Curerithaentlrasa.ldlfi. l)jrrof lojiuUons. Ijon'i buy coat ir (lie Tun ttrmirt l not on II. llla.tr- frf CMilonte rfw. A. J. TOWF.Il. Ilntturi. U. J m Fashion Notes. Plaid is the fashion for everything coats gowns capes and blouses. Plaid velvet is one of the newest materials and is very ricK and extremely "chic." The fancy for silk mixtures and silk- figured goods still continues. Many of the pretty rough wollens arc figured with fine silk lines in intersecting pat- terns Still others are shot with silk in waving patterns; and yet others are figured with little dots or the larger coin spots in silk. These figures are shown either in mixed cashmere color's on a neutral background or in a darker shade of the same color as th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 November 1892

y( ; -nmwigtily ? "WIS E H glnd en tkn Silver fttmtlon. T'? flriiuh Joufflak in fprra1 ar ferlined to lake too somber a view of the silver question in the United St tcs They speak abautan "unpen ding disaster In America" and a "finan- cial cnMS in the republic" with alto- gether more freedom and positivenee than tile fatfs warrant as irttcrpretcd b) intelligent and conservative author- ities on the ground. The weaker cle merit in our financial scheme it the sil- vex law qf 1890. This law has not jus ttHcd even the small quantity of faith reposed in it by its promoters. The law was never Intended to be a perma- nent feature of our financial scheme. No body ever believed or said that H would solve the silver problem. It was put forward merely as a compro- mise and to prevent legislation which would be infinitely worse. There was a. chance at tnc time that free silver might secure in both branches of Con grss the requisit two-third? vote to fXs it over the President! veto and the prese...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 November 1892

"V M "n f v f 0 1 I V .lHit...f..li.i-i..iilWiMi....n-h-lM. !... ii.i..i.Ji.-i.i.ihi .; i "li'i-ni i. vm? ' w i-.Pf -fc -. . . - - -f " ' - - - -"- - - - ' - - ) Abilene Reporter. - j. I. lit. ! ..J VOL. XI. ABEDBNE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 25 1802. NO. 48 a Special Session of Congress v. Vi vji t i i r "i X rlM M 2 ; I T m ? - We toe Private Information that we Consider Good Authority .that President Elect Cleveland will call a . 5pegal Ssjiop of Qoprsj to ledue trJariff i We carry the largest stock of imported goods in West Texas a reduction of the tariff with our present stock on hand will be a loss to us of thousands of dollars. Rather than be forced to it we will begin . Saturday Morning and sell all our imported goods at 40 per cent reduction. 4i All our fine Dress Goods reduced 40 per cent. Imp. table Linens and Napkins reduced 40 p. c. Silks and Satins reduced 40 per cent. Velvets and Plushes reduced 40 per cent. Trimings and Millinery goods reduced 40 per c. Imported H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 November 1892

T xJ"' " ."fT-r -1 ' ( W3 r . ( --W-VH vtj ""f- ;. " c1 lPjw?c'f? J' n i i if! 1 IlA 1 .3 CITY- DIRECTORY SZCXXT WCIKtIM. Abilene pommstMefy No. ST. KnlK.hu Tcwp- 4Whollii It nattd rutictar In thlr mylnm ifctrtt OOo Porter A Hntm building rdrner North Reeoinl fcrxl lino iircctt. on the mcov! JloniUjr siRht In each month. YlilUfiK Sir ulghu porulnUy Inrltct to attend. J. O. Ct'MRtS. Km. CoromrnJer. (Uo. C IUniuMttcorArr Ablltna Chrter Sd. 1M. It. A. M.-ItoWi It ttatedConToratlont Ui-md Friday nlffbt lu fh month lutheir hull thlnl floor. rotter and Reertii building comer rine and North Second Krcew. w. s. o. Jonxtox. Secretin. J. Rn M. B. 11. P. AMleno Lodge Jo. aso V and A. M.ltoldilU MMed comutnntcatlon the tint Saturday night la each month In thelf hall third "opr Porter and Reerw bolldlur. corner rine attd North Bee nd Mreeu. w. S. O. Jonxaox Secretary. Hn.xlcWM. t O. O. P.-MeeU erery Tuesday' Wght In the K. of T. ha AU rUltlng brethren cor4lllJ In- vited to attemt ff.U.TiimN.0. J...

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