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

twJiiO X 188888888$ $ifft spttm 8 8 Yaaata IliaaaW 8 tmt ah S Rbmal dai Slrb 8 8 8 8 8 8 3 8 S C nw-- wim MstMtt 8 8 8 8 A rclUte cr fc Cdotafloua Blood PokOBt Inherited Hero- fdlfc nd Skin Cancer. Aa tonic for dtllcnto Women and Children It haa no equal. Belnrpu"VveKttbli'hrm- ea In It tttccts. A treatla on ' xxx And JlktdDla- ewt miUM rnxc on application. J)fwUti Sell XI. 8 S S SWIFT STECfFK C8. rM3iMIittB. ssssssss; fHECtlMATEOFTEXAS TSBEIATIOM TO AGRICULTURE AND HEALTH. - agricultural Advantages The Fruit Crop. The Gulf Coast as a Health Resort. Low Death Rate of Galveston. United States executive document No. 5 fiftysecond congress' first ses- .ion "The Climate of Texas." by Gen eral A. Ws Greeley contains in appen- dix No. 7 a report by Dr. I. M. Cline local forecast official in Galveston from which the following is extracted: As regards some of the undeveloped industries of the states and the advan- Uges of the climate"' as a health1 resort. I will add the following as a brie...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 June 1893

ir .. X I. V SVT'WK ' VJ o 'V '".': .- L '.J The Abilene Reporter pttoiwrico at. K WUDAYjUtfE i 1893 okr jrotf .-. l'U''-'' ..iJn-UliHtC t ia lteroTHt BaMdinjt on Second Street. M the Abilene. Texas PostoSce M Second-Cla Malt Matter. OMjrttf ........ ...............$1.50 Thee asest..... 4'...... 40 M ;ei IseeATJese TaMe. BAST-BOUND rASMCU .. ........ ...... .....10:40 A.M. ................. ....11:05 A. M WSST-BO0ND rASSKXCtS.' ........... 4:08 r.. .. ... t. ... 430 T. H. 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 11 Qeei Jje. With ihU issue of the Reporter V 'sever my con nfcetion as Us managing e&tor. While I retain my interest in tbebosMiess of the Abilene Printing CMtfMiay I resign the position I have WM for the past five years to take the jKMttkm of general manager of the Tents Printing and lithographing 9MfMMy of Fort Worth. Mr. F. S. Bntia-ie who succeeds me in the man atHMHt of the Reporter is an lmiecd and able newspaper man. In Myiag good bye to the patrons f Hks paper I would mdeed appear to I ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 June 1893

XiOCA-Xj. The bunks enjOv ed a holiday Tues . V'. lJ. B A. Cox Metkel was He yeS-V" My- J. V Red relumed from the Tfcrri- lory Friday. MHVaaMaHWaaMaaBMkaHM Col. J. H. Parramore went east iSunday morning.. 'Oscar Pepper"' and "Old Forester" tt George O. Graves. 7tf Every device in fishing tacHe at ICamcron &; Phillips. Go to Gus Ackermans Tor pure whis kies wines and cigars. L R. Welch was in town Wednes- day driving Charlie W Geo H Hutchins went to Sierra Blanco Wednesday evening. V. L. Gatlin came in from the In. dian Territory Sunday evening. J. M Daugherty returned from his New Mexico ranch Sunday morning. v m T John Pratt was at home from the Indian Territory the first of the week. ' i' m ii The best foreign ' and domestic liquors and cigars at W. A. Gray's tf Will Stith has a field of wheat that wil average twenty bushels to the acre. J.M. Archer went to Baird Monday to finish some contract work he has there. Granite ware the house-keeper's friend a large shipment just rece...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 June 1893

w 'I S tf! V PT pAW5C)tTKTWrTBt0MC ft Bh r PV'VT aVkt a u. tff fBa lLW aaTassssj (A Ha wRI' MWJfe-B HWTw CTL ATLANTA jM Tnxt i Kaiiltir latter Stack 'Set Several years pasQ the present face ptefi there has been a great '-eowplwnt went up from our farmers ami a correct one too from every state ' m tfck uiiioii about fjie low pnees of seck When I say ilock I mean cat- k kerses hogs - and sheep. 1 douty if there was ever a question before the people that has been talked about any more than low prices of stock. Farm- s talked U When they met' on the wad at home arid in town; our news- papers have all had their say; the polU tictans took up the question 'on the stamp and the subject echoed in the hurts of congress. Bvk I roust return to my subject mi X want my readers to understand in the commencement of this article 1wtI am not a breeder of thorough- bred stock so in writing on this sjb- tet I have no axe to grind and 1 will aaake an assertion that I expect to attd that is if there was ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 June 1893

1. ulff 1 71WW a i o I n iii 1 1 ii i oVfEft Ky - iHl.lwi.Uijt'int'tfbtlt WATERPROOF COAT - --. l. 4La -uru I HSE A J. TOWER. BOSTON MASS defeated a woman's suffrage bill by a vote of fifty seven'to sixteen. V far The Ladies. The muttoti'lcg sleeve 1? growing larger and larger. No butcher's hap- piest dream of impossible shoulders and joints could equal the great affairs supposed to resemble a leg o' mutton. If our sleeves continue to grow Boston ever exact in nomenclature will doubt less rechristen them elephant limb sleeves -which would more exactly de- scribe them But several changt-s have taken place in their formation which materi- ally alters their tffect. The greatest width is now noticeable midwav be twecn the elbow and shoulder and to be quite correct should droop from the shoulder. The sleeve Is quite long often with a cuff or frill falling over the hand From .about hall the length of the forearm this sleeve fits quite smooth. . With dresses of Princess cut the shon full p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 June 1893

i r4 ' mi i n ; V tfj' - - yi 'jfrt v ft. i: Vi. Jmwpf-'WMftffiwwwi-' .r.i . m "yj JSXS . m PfiNSlCW REFORM i. A IMttiJr Blow Btrtook Qrt CkuM. muuLnro tkat will nULTf KO0OOOO.OG AJfUXTAiT. K & 'if' ii f ' lMprtMtt DfteiaimK J4 y flteerntory Satitk. ak xoxiit coxtTtircnox nrc r fNX TXE DISABILITY AC?. Tim Wrksf Zx.CawmlMlsaerl.aam Mectlvely ffaaoae. "Trivial Ailment Wot rncapacitatinsr " "'JsjnHcaats for JCaaual Lab&r will .Count for Xught la Tutors. 'Washington' D C May 37 "Brobably the most important pension c decision ever sent from the office of the Secri&ry of the Interior to the CommisUaer of Pensions was;(ed to- day It 1$ believed by those high in . Authority nthe Pension Bureau that k win reduce the payments of pen- ms under the act of June 37 1890 between $15000000 and $20000 00. It involves the repeal of an riler issued by General Riura and . approved by Assistant Secretary 6us. ry and a return ia the language of the statute requiring the disability not f servi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 June 1893

rrfvr'V7rSii TOIi. cki;.' AXILBKE T1XAI NUDAT MORKIKQ JUJC3I f) l5. HO. S. 'M-3 'rllrwilmm- ' Vj r ! n ' " i1 ' ' ' . i aaBB ..r . . . -: . - . . 1 . ) i 'T g. i Jii'iiJ.::"1! ... i t- f : 1 1 i i 'jt The Abilene Reporter. I ' ' "' .IMWM1I-WI ...lfi f'l"i '"" !"' '"'' "''' "'' ti. ...i. .-. I- fl-V'1""-- "" in-H-WI1lif1im- "' ' 1 H .!. !!. fMWf M"W .i. f A A iiws xtTXi. The Telegrajhie Kew ef the -(Week Yxvm. U Jam ef the Country Irjeiy (liven. June . The 'proprietor of a Chi- ncie laundry in Greeriviile Texas was found in bed with his head crushed in. It is thought he was murdered for a small amount of money he had ?n his establishment. . John H. Stevenson city editor of the Light. Sari Antonio and Miss Maggie Lecson eloped and were mar' ried at FloreSville The Victoria Cordage company filed a deed of assignment to N. W Bil- lings. The liabilities are thought to be $400000 and the assets may reach $500000. A special from Dunkirk says that a report teaches there from Van Buren Point...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 June 1893

W... V w II OK. I) n ' W I !ll !l I II ' "' - . II; CITY DlRCTORYe M CiiaaMatufare Ma. iff. Its wait-1 eunekre la tttetf-maeHtail iMt fer Hwer trtiiM(RrwMtr Ttd tnVr)n atreett. o e ees.l kf KlfM in eaek JBOtilh. VtMHRtf Str KMiiyinvnei to menu. f.i J.U.OTaaj. Km. Oomatafider. iMbM CfcapM 9a.nt.ll. A. M. M leetwoeettone imwcoho rtioy wm m oah tataetr tax third floor rotter and banding corner nae ana son second l W. S.O. JeNKe iWHff. 4WHM l.oie. r.oa.. Md A. il.--Hoi.kJw immmt wiwsnk-ktns Wk flm Soway nlfM Kak saatk te tfct hftil. tMM MW ItAef m " n khailietTM tralWtSnti wmr fine and North See MetteeU. W.&O.JToii. Secretary 10. 0. r.-MecH ereey VneadV tilgt t &a 5.ertVtoL All ttoUaa brethren cordlajtyla.. r. MM to attend. X H. Tmrr. W.O. Staror the.Wcst Lodt. No. 8. K. of P. Mee ;r7 Tharwiaff evening M M Castle Hall. Vlalt- MK niiw cordially invited to attend. .? Biwt.CC. A. ('. U. W. Meeia every flint and third Tuee-. ay toleht. in K. or r. Ban. A" visuing pieinrcu aerdlaUy I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 June 1893

Illll'll " ' ""I ' E-j ki.i in 1G9M) . cm ASff'TOR iSS SUCKER tm riSH MNAXD RMCKXIt k lrunnlM !--. tw rOMMKli BUMUtK k prfeet rMInc coat KM lttCtl"fm ftw. A. J. TOWER Bolton Mm. j Goe4 Fekur Stone. There is a perennial fascination about a good poker story. Whenever vou see a crowd of men 'sitting- around a table in parlor Or tavern engrossed in a conversation that is liberally nunctuated by explosions of laughter. you may he sure that they ire telling either me ciass 01 sinnes wmen may be delicately hinted at as indelicate or else some reat or imaginary yarns of happenings at the poker table" says the Louisville Times. Many of these stories may be new. But in the course of the conversation it is quite certain that some of the old classics will crop up once- mores stones which been handed down' by tradition until like proverbs and folk-sturies and all other gradual evolutions In the unwritten literature Of the world they have ac quired a perfection of iorm and a neat- ness of wit tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 June 1893

pppWf p ii'in i." ;w i. -. ' . . .' WttW' r i w'.va 1 PfvK.A f ff.' TR!w I ' -;- - ""ii'W .J-.f T5--. )"" v.vWr . t in i(.i vm m. . ..- i. AK&jjMHflu ?: irea ' Si "' - ft ; v .. r v ! - -ft-- iC -in 1 11 i -iWiHiinr ft B1 eP6cr- "f""11 " jhl ! !! Hit1 6aUCYS. aaBBaaawBaaawBa 1.' - w 'tt'.'nrj ;:i! tRIDAYtjUNfco. it 93. !att.fcjs.ii. an it': Ii:v:::ii:i;:;;; i-.v'X'ijs: I Ik Jtwori Wu&Wng cm Second Street l I " .II..!..!! jtll. -'ll..l.l'll-l..l '1 .'WlV "as Mm AWen. Tsi roMetlce M. wmt-Cht Kelt JSSMfef F Mg-JU ja-UFBj Sfh aSaJSJ ajnTaaB -aaajVaa) " 4 -. 'vi a 75 waasw.'aw TaaYtaaaisVut '' x Af VRnvRra infill yitif taw-rafta' t ''"ill jr-"!!' i im ... .'' lltM M4 VmHN WiTfaM TVU. lAST-MXrND rASWDJCUL . ---h ' '.lOl-JO A- M '-44.-- . 105 A' M WST-CKmD ASStNCMU rfv MMIiuvt-(it'tAi ... 40o P. "H SMMria k4h. t . . - 4-30 ? lookout for the man whose eyes 'forget 'to j?? m his laugh. V: Sotae people mistake rules of church Mverosrcm tor wiyinp iw. : ; - . ; r . f uv.tj nuuicuuiuci ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 June 1893

TPV.TTT if I ' fl . xocla.:l. res Original gf4lf iVC8 at CartiWon Phillip ' iV a3-v "Oscar frpper" itftd "Old Forester" ueorgev. mitct 711 Every dvfdk fnhin tactic at amei'on JtPliilnp. - - Go to Gus. AckeVmans for pure Mis- ej. wines and cigars. - - ----- pof. D C. LimbaUgh has been in tt Worth for the past week. ' The best foreign and domestic uors and cigars at W A. Gray's tf 11 ii . H In the early part'iof the week the by of W. A Flint was reported quite ITos. Cockrell Iyq will probab'y ive shortly to live in Roswell New. exico. Fred T. Wood came in from St. ims Monday evening to spend a ek at home. iGranite ware the house-keeper's L-nd a large shipment just received Cameron & Phillips. t i i i IWill Stith & Cb.Hoan money fan m and ranch lands on just as favora- : terms as anybpdy. 8tf. i i IFOR Rkkt Desirable office rooms er Taylor County News office. Ap- to Ed S Hughes. 14.tr . (Nobody can get you money on Id quicker and at a lower rate of in fest than Will Stith &...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 June 1893

rt'wmsmrrs'E -"a;v" - - wr iji"a: ' r 4 - ir '." .' W- y ar ctrawti otlu wt. ilM ' turv t iU VrWt' fnt" ll i T Laat Jwly tlm i3-jC".0ld son of tbtv Htarf Schrank pastor of' the Oiimn chrch xL Sciotevillc 0.. mys disappeared and no tracfc b4 found of him It was sup- He hd tun away in some spirit f wtferrftH. He was an unusually VnjHtwy and his rhusical talent bor on the marvelous A lew days Mr. Scluatik received a mysterious Mstwiication through the mails from C'wcwmau to the effect that his son kad. been .kidnapped by persons aware f Wis talent and kept in. confinement .m city by ht captors who are enefitMy attending to his musical edu- cation ad hope to profit by ft in the fctotre. The police were put in pos seaskm of all the facts and detectives re now al work on tile case. Married on Short Xotlce. A Memphis special to the St. Louis Republic say; Thomas Owens of Pans Tex. and "Miss Marry Owens of Hashville Tenn were numed at the Ifeabody Hotel in this city and separa- 14 few hours...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 June 1893

CUM lULttUL poum h nMpWIlNS f Ml A bU4. XtkU tm It m trfell m ifrtwptlft r so mMt m Swifts 1 .HlD JTO CXAMMa tfnr tlirM YAMS. I WIS trWter with tnala. ial DolsWi which ued mr ppctlto to fall and I wm grMdjr fcdud kl flesh and life lost all Ms cmotm. i utea mercurial ana potah rAiHet but to o dfect I could cetnorriW. IthdkldtotryKBBp mMllctM awik conwtet and eemanent cure and I now MJoytette health than ever. J. A. lUC OtUwa Kan. Our book oa Blood aadBkkiDlsoasoa I mauoa iree- . tjwirr enrcino w). Atlanta ua. THE CLIMATE OF TEXAS ITS RELATION TO AGRICULTUEE AND HEALTH. Agricultural Advantages Tho iFrult Crop. The Gulf Coait as a Health Retort. LowDasth Rate of Galveston. United States. .txecutlye document No. 5 fifty-second congress first ses- sion "The Climate of Texas" by Gen. erl A. V. Greeley contains in appen- dix No. 7 a report by Dr. I. M. Cline 'local forecast official in Galveston from which the following is extracted: As regards some of the undeveloped industries of the sta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 June 1893

t aJiii i? ' isriw. fi j a. U- B. 4 : ) i- 9L $W f WSfTTIwim . - 'TO TMt9U$. Xket)fMertlme4 fmim Wb xftmali etc. for AU cohtam aMwM Ir iM te this offi.iWrinf th awi 4 0.wrr fcxttf In the week1 m tewrtn- 4. It fo MeM6ty tiuu the lim fee swyt 4 mm k M iht Ae. wriwc le kaow tent. W will sfjKeclate coritrlbiHions for thlsd I 1 WW ptftllOUfUC' v iw ws nira Th past week has been a duH owe it society With two notable excep- tion s the Social doings of the week iwftght be summed up in the statement that nothing of general interest hs.d occurred The first of these exceptions was hcr meeting of Euchre Club No- a .At the residence ol Mr. and Mrs. J. P. TMassie last Friday night. Of course liveiy one present enjoyed trie evening Thegmc moved' along quickly the sinaU talk was ol the jolliest and the refieshments were just Whit they should have been. Tlte lady's royal prize yras woo by Mrs. Evans. It was ' a handsome silver hainpin box. C. W Roberts and Dr. Rodman had to cut a n tie not a Gordian...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 June 1893

THr " 'v rr.f m. rri V CI- J'51 "?nW i.) i' jL Reporter. IM vol. acii. ABLLMHS TEA FRIDAY MORNING JUKE 18 1883. NO. 4 l'"! S'V The Abilene Pi G. Lo4. re. tvm. Cameron V. Pre. The Abilene National Bank Japital $100000 00 Surplus $12tf000 00. MfF.CTOkSi.Vm. Cameron. V. B. Braittton. Preil Cnricr!!. Cm. v. thmin. t. f. 3igherty t. B. Rollins J. G. Lowdon. ' " ' . ii . It. PARRAMOJUe nes. o rj o w STErFENS Cah. E. H. SINTENIS Aa. cash The First National Bank Japital $186000.00. - niRECTOR! Jf. H.Farambre 0 A. Klrlcland. T. M. Radford tlrooke Smith. OttoW. fcteffens T. S. Rollins E II. JJir.tenli. T ...r. i. . - ..-. ..- ...i. . - i ... . " ' ''- --- --. . .. .-. f -.- - . B. B. kENYOtf Pre. ED. S. II UGHES V. Pre. II. JAMES Cuh. TM Farmers and Merchants National Bank Capital $60000.00. Surplus and DIRECTORS: Charles Kenyon P. II. Kenyop. MONDAY'S NEWS. CHE RAMPANT SPIRIT OF BLOODY MOB LAW Showsluelf In Wellington Cuney's Staying Powers The Daily Be- cord of Evil Deeds Amen ean Priests S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 June 1893

f -"'vm' W!T 'tS 3 0 ';i -6- 11 c :nfc: f m m It:1 f iw FMHYIKWI f. ' AT TXS CAPITAL. IwHity-Twe Me Killed tn k 9ft WIht 11m4b wm Shtt .Xkt JUfatta ChelWa Jfew General Smat. l Washington. D. CJunb 9: Be- tween 9:30 and 10 o'clock the floors of th old Ford theater building on Tcnth'streetf occupied by the record pd pension divisions or the war de- partment in which were about 500 em- ployees foil tn as though they had been parts of a cardhouse. On each floor were scores of men at work. Without warning they were carried down as by an awful cataract. The floors were htld by iron girders hardly strong enough to support the walls but heavy enough heaven knows to stamp out human lives The bricks were held to- gether by plaster long since dried out and the old wooden beams had been in place too long. There was no escape from such a (l-)or. There were 475 persons at work when the building fell. An excavation for aa electric plant Was being made h the cellar of the siructuie and accord- ing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 June 1893

II" tt -J J - r i'h ih . THE STATE BF TEXAS SHORT TORY OF THE WEEKS PJtOCKRESS ho Oront Dm and Texas' Vim JU'gittH Railroad Kaoket Minor KMe and Personal Mention. On June 7 Austin's great regatta lie firtt of the kUd ever held in Texas (pencil under the most favorable con- itions. Fully 3000 people lined the lores of the great artificial Uke. Ilatiy of those present had never seen la large a body of water and same had leverseen a steam boat. To those lie big sidcitfheel steamer Ben Hur tas a ventaoie wonoer. The entries for the first race were Iohn Tmer the famous Edward anion who was once the champion If the world Ueorgc liosmer and E. ) Rogers won by Hanlon n 20:06 For the second race the entries were America's champion Jake Cauda ur tie world's champion; James Stanbury lenry Peterson and James A. 'eneyck It was won by Gaudaur in Iiutli the above races were three niles trial heits for place in the pro essional race on rnuay. The third rate was a junior amateur ingle of 1 i miles a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 June 1893

ni - (( I Ml ... The Abilene Reporter. HMMLMmtb AT mil jSl'..1!!1.1;: 7ltA.Y jOK i6 iq yfc iMfcij ' ii i .i ' 'li'i " p Ik fTsftOftptR HalMing on SecondStrtet. M the AbUm. Texas Pottoflce a econd-Ctt Mall Matter. tfocrlf Ui fcatw. ' . la.wonlhk tk.u ...'... 4. 75 TlMt wombs...... .. .. 40 IN 111 "H ! J. .lit. ...! 'Hi'ii I I' li as Tactae local Tlm6 TabU. iast-round rAssctnut.- AirxTeS..'..'..).t v...I0?4O A M. Veperts. ... ....... .).. ...11:05 At H XttST-1iaVHT rARN3KR. rvrts. 4. y. -.. . 4 i- -M. Dtfutt. 4:30 r.M. The Rl?PORtitR wants a rcpresenta- tivc and correspondent at every town in hd Abilene country and' at every posUfticem Taylor county. It wilt Mulrc terms with its regular repriscnta- tlvc which will pay them for their n-otfc nd it il) lie .glad to publish short let- ters from others on rmtttr of local in- terest ' Attention is called to anad- 'ertisenaent in another column headdd. . - "To Coifespondents. LU Clean up The weeds should be cut and born-' d whether In the st...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 June 1893

'? ri b '' . u -. ro r i3a S. Lapowsi fr'1 ui Shoes. V JRO. The Sibin& t at Cam- eton & -Phillips.; 34-tf i -----"Ostar Pei BjOld Forester" t Gcorj n Go to Gus f fctfpure whis- Ikies wines an Sheriff dtln 33 been east of i. . jujrsh vK&m.. a-tf.x. mere iur "4m"T'. Fruit Jars jelly glasses and preserv- - -" ing kettles at Cameron & Phillips aa-tf i ii . ' The best breign and domestic liquors and cigars at W A. Gray's tf George Walshe Esq. left on Sun- day Tor a short business trip to Galves- Iton. i i ipinri in m The Siberian refrigerators at Cam- cron & Phillips' are the best in the market. 24tf . i The Abilene district conference of I the M. E. church will be held at Mtr. keljuneaj. ' Don't forget that Brown carries the I best and cheapest line of Men's Shoes in West Texas. i i "Will Stith & Co. loan money on I farm and ranch lands on just as favora- ble terms as anybody 8-tf. Croquets sets lawn tennis and imustcal instruments ot all kinds at Harrtden's Pine...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 June 1893

wtOTt '? it u 'w tjwpi? ' iy I i El FIRM AKS COUITKT LIFE. WHAT 1 BEING DONE AT TH HOMESTEAD. X '' Curious Gran Mik5.Hy-Thai Orchard Tho iatltry Yard JSalf Joney and Half Com Meal. Xi is the desire of the Reporter to vutkc this department of especial in teres toils country readers '.and It asks theirhelp. ! It will gladly publish communications from farmers or others Tho have anything of interest to say regarding country life If it makes Misstatements about faim matters it wiN consider correction in the light of a favor. It wants suggestions about form interests and country homes and it wants new? personal gossip and notes of what farmers throughout the AbDenecdUntrr are doing. Alfalfa's Merit Alfalfa is a curious grass huUa pay- ing one. it is better than a bank ac- count for it never fads or goes into the hands of a receiver. Itls weather- proof for the cold doesn't injure tt and the heat makes tt grow all the bet- ter. A winter flood will not drown it ad a fire will riot kill it....

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