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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 February 1893

0- IH . It4.ii. i . . . mmt.iM utmmui WE$ 'lfe. 5 SK BRK This Trade Msrk It on th hot UTERPROOF COAT iru4 1-tkoWorWl A. J. TOWER. BOSTON. MASS ltlliMr4i lrt10CH I Mr. Roads and Railroads. Col. Albert A. Pope of Boston has set for himself the task of securing signatures to a petition that Is to be prcscmcu iu tviigiess wis coming urinter asking that the government es tfcblish a road department similar to the department of agncultuic which shall have for its object the promotion of a knowledge in the art of construct' ling and maintaining roads.. tOf the desirability of establishing such a de partment there can be but one opinion and it is therefore.'supcrfluous to say anything in favor of it. But when the department' has been established: when all the people have been educated in the theory of road making; when literature on the subject has been spread btoadcasr then comes the labor of persuading these same people to build the roads. Yes of course it is very well to have good roads b...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 February 1893

" b -I'M r U 'v Sj Ifeju4. -. ' "- Mr' Wi ' . It ' L' T V . l l I 'Ai4iA Cfetfen Aerj)f Th'M-ttetuifrs' Record sayst v Kfvitir before in the rjulbry tiC to - trfgrowinjj 'in. the south lias suck irtfatifc Cnolt been made to keep the ' conlifjg cttip within the bounds of eRinption as is apparent thisPyear. Progressive planters merchants and lookers are all alive to the critical peekiott in which the cotton-growing 'MuUry now stands and their en deavotl 10 make the situation clear ' k all planters cannot be too highly commended nor too earnestly sec 0flMKtI -. . In iSrjt 9 the acreage planted was Wtle. if any more than the previous season but the general conditions were so favorable that the yield 209) pounds per acre was unprecedented. The result was the enormous crop which vith the surplus led over from the previous .season so far exceeded the consumption that the average price received was but 71 cents per pound the lowest since 1845 The effect of his low price was to matentlly red...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 March 1893

I fl -(-. f . 1 I i 1 1. I I The Abilene Reporter. VOL. XII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING MAROH 3 1803. NO. 9. S: Lapowski & Bm Invite attentipn to the ? line of new spring goods " just received embracing ' St Satin Gloria.' Gbevron Cord. Wool Finished. Shetland Cloth. French Sateens K. D. & Cie Depot a Paris. Drap de Havorine All Wool Figured .Challies. Foulard Silks. Japan Silks. ' '-;f4liC ' ' - China and Siiralf Siii&i : ': Zephyr Gingham. . AH Wool Henrietta all shades. High Grade Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods. Gome and see these new -goods S. Lapowski & Bro. NEWS NOTES. Feb. 23. Frank Holland was han ged at Brazonia for the murder of the wo brothers Cravey and Smith. He Inade a full and free confession of his juilt. The convicts at the coal camp Alto lade an unsuccessful break for liberty find one of their number a Mexican Ivas shot in the hip by the guard The remains of the late General 3eaurcgarJ were interred with military honors in the tomb of the ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 March 1893

.4 III 4- "jj.i-r -rST-Tyx t4- 'i i i " ! ' . .. '' .. II" !Mt. WT fr ' IS: 1 r Jimersst. CltY DIRECTORY. rjr-srter. t- MMMT WMilKTtM. CoBHimM Ko. )1T. Knlthu I- hoYM K tiMl4 Conclave in their jtujlmn. w ron. kcv imiuinr. cottier Sikl.iiA Pine tfrect. on the et.ti ? Mini Hi rach moMli. VUlllng blr mm wwiaiiv luutexi io attcna. ' J.O.CvnMc. ' Km- Commander. "o.0.1Um.TlMortlr. . .. . . AMVsno CFitier No. 119 R. A. W. Hold Its MMdco)mciti toe tocond PrUlar nlRht tu wkmenititnthlr halt third floor Portfrr and JNnTe buUdtnje corner Pino and North Second m w . o. Joukmjs. secretary. J. Hn. M S. II. P. . . ... ..... AKlteno Lodge ho. m and A. J.-HoMltt tMe communication the flm Saturday nlnht aaeh wonthln their fcalt. third floor Porter ftocvcry bulletin corner Pine and North 8co rfntreetii ft. 8. 0. Joan) Secretary p. B. cook W. M. . ....... ITU. O. K. Meu every Tuetd&y night la the gr. halt. All visiting brethren cordially In--Jto4 to attend. W.lUTwrnH.Q. f. W. Haicitok. seereUry. .....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 March 1893

o ' I hd BwHgnwt brkk out en t Urn rfrt two nd a half ! & htltP NfVMI nMlKlUCVHRU MUW4 BHsillHsllllllH I do wy good Wiu. C. Ukatv YcikUlB.C vTWvv I wMtreebierf from etttltthood with nn ftjr- ae H'inHr( una inrea doiuos 01 I cured permanently. . . WAiiLArx Mask I i SlaannUt.T. Onr bookn Blood and Skin Diseases mailed nu.Kw7l -. Cotton Seed as a Fertilizer. There is no soil in this countrv so rich that it may not be improved by fertilizers. Even the lands m the vai. I Icy of the Mississippi river are susccp tiblc of gieat improvement by an in- telligctlt and systematic application of cotton seed as a manure. The seed from the cotton crop of the United States for the year 1803 a' Iruling prices would exceed in value lerhans $30000000 were it all to reach the mills; 18 per cent however. I will be withheld by the planters with which to put in another crop but it is ilmost certain that none ol it will be returned to the land that produced it as a fertilizer to build it up and rccup- ;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 March 1893

mgrngmmse HjjuuiMUfsssMsssssssasflHsssfl m m M l w& M Ai .ffl rjyl Vj. IW1 11 it m 1 'The Abilene .Reporter. HMNiiHM AT ' . . - TBXAI. K .Friday march 3 1893. Otiif J0NYi . EHHr. fo Xwowri BnUdJBg on Second Street. t the AMleno. Texas rostomee m Second-Class Mull Matter. sMnMTi'frwMsi JMfrvM ... ..... ....?t.io ssotrth. ..... .......... 7S waths.............. 40 TimMI e Ueal TbM Tail. EAST-BOUND rASSKNGEK. WEST-BOUND FASSENGIK. ...................... 4:08 r.w. .......4 t.. 4:30 P.M. Subscribers are requested 16 notify Mf iHhey dont get the Reporter rcg wiarlv. Why Culberson Was Pawed Over. If Culberson had been in accord "with Cleveland on the silver question there is little doubt that he would have been Appointed attorney-general but the president-elect's view about on "honest dollar" are so decided that there was little cbance of a portfolio being tendered to one who was known to be at variance with him on this point. Cleveland has stated that the silver problem demands a spee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 March 1893

"t- I lilt t f . s .1 Jki 1893. - SPRING BEAUTIES . IN FINE Tailor-made - Clothing Furnishings and Hats i for all mankind are being shown by us in latest ' Outs Styles Fabrics pnd to such extent as would do credit to a city of fifty thousand. Everybody invited to come. " WEIL'S. r: m A :m; I00IITY XOTIS. LOCAL ANN0TJN0EMENT8. VyVe are authorized to announce D. W. WRlSTEN as candidate for mavor. at the coming municipal election. We are authorized to announce II. B. COOK as candidate for mayocat the coming municipal election. Gents coffee colored Bluchers at Brown's. "Oscar Pepper" and "Old Forester" at George O. Graves. 7tf T Ewing Taylor went to Rockwall Tues- day to visit hohie folks. Russia calf tan Bluchers for ladies' at Brown's at only $3 00 We invite attention to the card of "Rowlett Bros in to-day's paper. The best foreign and domestic liquors and cigars at W. A. Gray's tf $3 00 buys the correct style of la- dies' shoes for tiis spring at Brown's. "Hoffman House Boquct" the f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 March 1893

WWrr j" i) ..:". ifi - i. Atixtruajb BLm jff' ' J" SFSJ1 rWrfcSsssj. 52 FOR $ 1 22 MM i J. T. PAGE & CO. Vv M: Whofessk ad keUil dealers ia all khnts bf Qmc with Alex Stwlr- firs door 1 es of the Windsor hotel where it roowill feave or tend your orders ifetjr Vill'Jikre prompt sttehiJon. Saddling yturpslronsge and assur- feg you tht It Will Iw apprccia'ed Weareirulj j. t. ag:e co. UrM door eajt ofb Windsor Hotel. 'f Tfc Avitln (Texas) Dam Across the Colorado Hirer. The dam across the Colorado river Austin Texas. !s among the impor tant pieces nf engineering work now ' " progress in this country and is of ecIiar interest for two reason? one. ; Ifce fact that it was designed with a '-'vtew of furnishing a. water supply for ttoe city o Austin and power to drive te fleclriq dynamos and supply the. V ky with light and electrical power ' twad the ether reason that in its con- '' (triction there is "being used the. over- v iiead cable haulage system of hand- ' "TSmg material with proba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 March 1893

G '" V. i I H i '' t - J.... . J TX T - -n - r lln .Jlr gl ASH TO0? fatcrjrwf Ciat hi the WORLD! SUCKER TT nftHllKAND BLICKKR I wrrnted wst. drrlnthatiinlntiinrm. Th KK I a perfect rtdln coat and corenHHHMHtMaui. Hwrorimiuuonj. Don't h mi ir tne - rm jirsna' not on it. inn.tr. tffl cUkKttS ft. A. J. TOWF.H Bolton Mi. roof n wHI kwa iroa i corns eMM saddle. lisbtug Story. Scrne yeaTfl ago in the early smmer the bystander spent a few weeks at Kanawha Falls ortfof the scenic spots of the .Chesapeake and Ohio road says the Cincinnati tribune. Bent upon fishing Cerro Gordo Will- iamSi of Mexican fame was there tempting the black bass then plentiful in that locality. He was an inimitable story teller and every afternoon we sat upon the rjOrch listening to his fund or stories. One afternoon fol lowing a morning which had brought no bass to his basket we twitted him about his luck as he had left us in the early dawn and sought in solitude a spot especially recommended by an old settler. He ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 March 1893

Of o 7 1 .. ii 1 1 ii ii " . ifciiH.. If New tnanufactuiiig arid industrial jen- surprise of all kiridr :orttmu to multU ply in the solihern statci and the week edmg February 17 especially demon strates this. Several n :w cotton mill companies arebaiftg tbrmid old. mills preparing to enlafg: and announce- Ments hive been made of an early erec- tion of several very extensive manufac turing plants. In the construction de- partment of the Manufacturer! Record of above date will be found a complete list of the new concerns of the week $a63oooo The following are the ' more important lteriis: ; The Freeman Lumber Co. of Dallas ...; Texas incorporated to manufacture lumber and shingles; capital stock $50- 000. The Rogers Printing Co. incorpor- ated at Baltimore Md. capital stock SrS.ooo. TrteRd River Planting & Tie Co . of Mandcville. Ark incorporated with a capital stock $30000. The Idol & Proetcr Co of Dans- ville Ky. incoqorated to transact a ' Mercantile business; capita) stock...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 March 1893

U w The Abilene Reporter. YOIi. XII U.i.. Wi iRVlti Yiir Attention to 'the "QUICK Gasoline Stoves. We have sold them for a number oi years and they have given en- tire satisfaction to our trade and1 in further testimony of their supe- riority we mention the fact that in 1882 876 and in 1892 54715 - Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves were sold. The stoves made for this sea- son's trade are the prettiest yet offered. e are also carrying a handsome ling of REFRIGERATORS in all sizes and styles of finish. We can recommend them for theit economical consumption of ice. In all lines wa strive to se- ; oure the best for our patrons al- . ways remembering that our in- terests are mutual. Very respectfully Ed. S. Hughes & Co. NEWS NOTES. March 3 A good many laborers who had drifted to Bowie expecting to get employment in the Rock Island grading gangs were disappointed and attempted to get free transportation by boarding the out-going passenger train. They were prevented from doing so by the offic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 March 1893

ft Jl- iiijii iinisai.; tt Mi i. m fe i-i-U i u t r2 CITY DIRECTORY . fe.-to.auaiiffj'iiMit'i)" rt'ji.a'Mt'jBuv-A SMKXY WeilTIH. ift rjomn1err Vo. 4?. KnleMa Temr- img bMi H. HHied conclave In ihelr mjlum rt Hoot farter A JIoflTM bullainr corner jtenb Second mi pint meet An the m.d Sendny nljht In tct mouth. Visiting Mr inlRhw cordially Intlieil to attend. J. a cvniki JSm Commander. flro. C.lUniurtecorIr. Abilene Chapter So. IW. R. A. M.ttatds it Mated eourocailon tbcconl rrUlrn!f:ht In WMta month In their halt third floor Potter and ocus buildluf corner Pino and North Sevoud w;; W m.. JonKios. Secretary. 0. tun. M. B. l. P. Abiteue i-Odft NO. V.O. P. end A. M.-Hoiniu sated coromunlcatldtis the nrrt Saturday nlitM la each month In their hall third floor Iorter m KeombnlMlnir Corner Pine and North See- 4 streets. vSU.Joustox. Secretary H.B.COOXW.M L O. o. p. Mrm trrrr Ttiwtdar olcht In the X. or V. hall. AU Tidllnz brethren cordially In- ?Med to Attend. W. IL Tntrr N. Q. J. W. luvrro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 March 1893

183388838$ Swlfff Sptoffit 8 Blood wnI Ski g Diftfttm s A rcllatd cere for Contaf lotn O Blood Poison Inherited 8cr ftila and Bkld Cancer. G At tonic for delicate Women -k and Children it hM no equal. 55 Being purely vegetable la harni- Q less in IU affect. W A treatise on .ood and Bktn DIs- A ease mailed ram on application. VruegtH Sell It. O swh-i wtxur-iu uo. Brww3MlMtatf8. issssssss e Nicaragua Canal and the 8outh. fhe language of Senator Morgan eluding his great speech before the It senate in support of the bill fur the bat canal frcm the committee on Icign relations ought to arouse every tn in we suum w wuik. ior inc :edy completion of th(i great transit he committee was composed of the llest lawyers in the: senate and they laniroouslv recommended it. Senator jrgan concluded his argument with following words: l"If I could serve the senate a cen- ly ana in every moment coma uc jued with the wisdom qi Salomon I Did find no opportunity fo bless the ople of Alibama so greaily as t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 March 1893

WWOT1 $'. v y UK 14 - I. -- ' I '.Fit ' - . . 1 111 .At-: V'A. VH . "' i! v jftf'" St-' IS : 1 IV I "5 J.I M t L-.. -1.-t- . ... r r . t.f ... $le Atateiie Reporter. rsmutmo Kr JYtMAACHWlif DMrJtfMlfYi JP. JEtfAw. hi Rwo.TWundlBK on Second Street. . f M tk Abilene. Tests PottoBce 8eood-Ca JUU Waiter. .51.50 75 . 40 Vmsm Mi Tftettfi XamI TtaH TM. EAST-BOUND tASStKOKK. ..... ...4. .... .IOt40 A M. ..... .a....IltOJ A. M W1ST-BOUND rASSdOU. ..... l ... .'t.. .4:08 P. M. ............. 4130 r. Mt The Peejb'a Mosey.. If the drain of gold from this country ii not checked pt is bound to be at a . premium ai iiu uisuuu uaie. 11 is nor '- .." .1 . .. isteiy nowevcr mac mis aisasirous p' contingency will occur Cleveland in t.lHBiessagi;to the nation has spoken miao uncertain terms about the imme- Lcfeftte necessity of re-establishing the -cfitrefcey on a healthy basis and (he I'Kpeal of the Sherman act will go far towards accomplishing this. ' How essential a is to the. masses aImI the stabili...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 March 1893

If' A ' i ' " 1 1 ft ii "i i r u )' ': XjOOJLX ANNOUNOEMENTB. KVr nir millinriiril to announce D. V. IRISTEN as candidate Tor mayor at the nuij; munica( cictuun. K'e. are authorized to announce H B JOh. as candidate for mayor at the cominir inidpal election. Martin Stande spent Monday here; ii i j "Oscar Pepper" and "Old Forester" George O. Graves. 7tf . r The. best foreign and domestic luors and cigar3 at W. A. .Gray's tf i. i ' ''Hoffman House Bpquct" the finest Igar in the city at. Geo. O. Graves. 7 m 1 n Domestic sewing machine's acknow Idged to be tne best sold by Ed. S. lughes & Co. iu 1 m Nobody can get you money on Ind quicker.and at a lower rate of in best than Will Stith & Co. 8-tf. Children 'dont fail to see "Puss in' loots" at the magic lantern exhibition Saturday March 'nth at 2:30 p. m. ' m 1 1 Money to loan on farms and ranches n 3. S or io years tima by Chas. Oi MmbLETON I tf Ins. and Loan Agt. Abilene Tex. 1 11 1 1 If you want to borrow money on pnd remember...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 March 1893

HreR! "THE" V-Tr it; 'p.lm it tb Kvry Month 1 VPtflaW PMRTr IraR JK-BMV iMmMMmk tlxqr Mt itti I aamft Baafea tatom MB. iAWNw WtK Wjf Bradfleld's Fttult Rtgilattr i MKnrrmMTioN to "WOMAN Mt4 fr. PMrlATW fi aaA -- aal MMamaa&. A JPiaf " ef OettOB-Oil Hutorj. About ten years ago the cotton oil VMtincts reached a Condition that prom- ised to he a very flourishing industry tad to be of great benefit to the south w creating a. new source of income to e ke southern firmer. But just AbOU Ike same time the American cotton ii trust was created. By methods cowMBOn with those aiming to create a monopoly the trust succeeded in getting control jf nil the cotton-oil mills except one or two which put the trust in practical control or the seed ftd oit markets. Had this condition ( things remainad for two or three years after it was attained th trust would have become so firmly fixed in control of the business that the bene- fits to the south might have been per- HwwienUy lost. During the short p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 March 1893

f. nn .Li.WIi 0E sk wlF tw - 1Y riSH BR TMTt4 Mrtt f on the belt WATERPROOF COAT ninrtnua M tlW WOTia I V1 SSr A. J. TOWER DOSTON MASS American Shenp Farming. The sheep breeding industry of this couutry is developing in a new direc- tion. Since the earliest days of na- tional life the extension of the ficc-wool interests has enlisted the z.-al and en- terprise of the most progressive breed- ers And the most prominent promoters of our resources. Causes have opera- ted however to reduce the profit of wool-growing and the consequence is increased attention to the produc- tion of mutton. A study of the pres- ent markets and the outlook confirms thebeliefth.lt jhe profit of American sheep farming lies in the direction of mutton production. In noting the basis for such a belief it. is far from my wish to assurite the attitude 'or spirit of debate and thus I hope the analysis of our present markets will be fair. A marked change has taken place in our wool markets. Observation in the commis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 March 1893

r'i TtFv5 TMfKW' r l-'i t r tl 1 . RiV "T kV k r'.. . :. m i- 'IMUGUnAL ADDRESS Sound and Stable Cir- teucjt Protection for Protection's Sak Condemned. THEEVILS OF PATERMUSM. Wft1" 7 - Tke Wild and SeckleM Pen- i. v ..' sio Expsmditure. Sft . - iSfvl'.v -.... ... ;. a . - "jretjfea la me m.gsi roiurve terms 'B .- to the Accasplulment of the &$? a- - tariff efom.' V (T ' MV 'Vt lit. rw rv- BV A. si if " WaShin'cto.v. March 3 The fol- : 16wingis the full test of the president's ' "inaugural address: My fellow cituens: In obedience to ihe maiiaate of my countiymen I .' dm aVout to dedicate . thyself to your -service under the sanction of a solemn ( .oath. lJeeply moved by the expres- sions of confidence and personal attach mem vhith called me to this service 1 am suffe my gratitude can make ho "better return than the pledge I now give before God and these witnesses of unreserved and complete devotion to the interests and welfare of those who have honored me. - .1 deem it fitting on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 March 1893

Q k Reporter. -i VOL. XII. s ABILENE TEXAS FRIDA MtORNTNG MARCH 17 1893. NO. llt 1 HE ABILENE Y'.fK T VH -" - t-.. .1. ..- fc - ...... 1 . . 1 i '" ' - - - -:.:.: . - - - -. - ' . .:. . .-:. . - .'--- : . . . t " " " ' ' 'l ' " I ' '' "" - . . ..J.. 'ASixv RINEAND H. rj . ni " NORTH ' HI RST.8TREETS 'ABILENE TEXA8 : " 'R". Stoctts r0 cmPlute anl assortment of goods ' perfect; WdV' " :-' V 'from'now on We will be able to supply tne latest noveftW?in:v '. - .07 bpods Fancy Goods Ribbons Laces Embroideries; Dress ' s1 '. " Trimmings Silks White Goods and Wash Fabrics also Clothing" ' 1 Gent's RlmUhinrr. klnfe anA Qk'no'e ' f opnng93t!.r AVma.lfen ' 1 -. w? ' v T - 1. 1 SEWS NOTES. March 9. .Charles Hickle of Ne braska who was traveling by the south bound M. K. & T. train en route for the Panhandle lost his ticket and' on his companions chaffing him about it put a bullet through his head. The suicide is inexplicable from the fact that plenty of money was found on his person. Rahwry ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 March 1893

EWflSgSfl VWPRSJl o I! (J ..f ...i--i P" 1 tTY JDIRECTO'RY. V'T'ysjrt"1 tt iMtilKriKt. . AMMq Cetfttatiittfary So ?(. Knight Tctap- k hoMa lit state) eunclerg In tlitlr Asylum' M imot Ports A Hmih bnlutne corner n Stroud anJ Pino streets pa the tccout . pssvUr nl9M lis ef month. Visiting sir susstfiwcoruifcilr invited to attend. J. (1. CCWRIK . ro. CorauuiMer. AMla Chanter So IV) R. A. M.tlotds lu sssfttJcuaTOi Ions IhPscootid FrlJn J.Rku. . K. It P rhloT ntshi tn tarn nontrt tn their hill tnira floor rotter lawi mtf hulhtluj corner t'lno nl North Second . V. s o. -ttiwios. Secretary Abilene liOdgts 0. MO. 1'. lind A. M. Holds Its eoraumntcatton the first Saturday nlhl MMeh month In their hall third floor Porter ass Reave bnildlnr. come Pine- and North 8cc Ml Hrmta w a. O. Jottssox Secretary. R. S. Ooo W. M. ...... L O. O. P. Meets every Tuesday ntht In the t of I. halt. All TttJttnz brethren cordially In- VMOd to attend. W. It. Turns N. Q. -J. W. lUttrrox. Secretary. Star of the We...

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