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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 March 1889

'" I" "" .iilt.).lMlANI.MW(l'JULlllllUMlWllAllltlil)Mlll-' A-' lOminttilftetmif gUiliiiwiitln est v ' ! if . ' BjM ifci 1 4L tWti ' I . 1 5r: l III '; W m j Sj i if W TV TheAbilene Reporter. ' J " ? . . - - i ?.s ' ' r'UBtlSHSO AT AfcltilSfrE - - - TEXAS. 1'RII?AY MARCH' 29 1889. jOIhV ibEiVY '?. &1V1V. .. JP. JWACr Associate Editor. Bubicrlptlon Satei. Otic year Six months 1 Three months. . . .' 75 1 Office In Ilonler Iluitdini' on Second Street. Enlcrril nt Uiu 'l)lk-mi Tcxn I'.i-toillt ) xeroii.t ciutt Mill Mntier White Caps aru doing vigorous work in Missouri. An old mail sixty-five years old was rhthhctl nearly to death a few nights snue near Kansas City and told to leave the country. An electric subway explosion blew up the side walk and a portion of the street next to the 1'ifth Avenue hotel in New York Sunday morning and showered stones and dirt on the pass- crsby. No one was seriously injured. A strong sentiment seems to have sprung up recently in favor of raising the s...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 March 1889

n (avc-' ' 'w L.SSMJijBiLMMiJi I if XjOO-A-Xj. J2CS . .'. n- 'tfjg v.-1-" w--1- '-rr: raxni ana Pnclno Local TImo Table. RSMIO0NI rARSENtir.lt. . i tllOOA. Mi MMHItlMIHttlltMi t 1125 A. M. west-hoMd 1'Asr.s'nRn. ... 334 " '. 355 . ANNOUNCEMENTS. ron MAYon. blctK of tlio .city of Aliiloitc: rtlmtiklnir vnii for your miirraRO lit fur- tenons 1 iimionnro mrkciincnmuunio iur (ton to tlic ofllco of mayor nt tho enftUliiK Ml to lio held 011 tho 1st Tuc'dny In niC'iiny in April 1). V. WMSTON fit iillllKiflr.nil to nlintilllfrc T. I.. (Mom nn Cftndldutc for mayor nl the c nsnlnR city oldo- ron aliiKrmXn. tVfnrc nutliorlroil to announce 8. I. Steere an dldnto for Alderman of tho city of Abilene rniD ciiMtltiK clcttlou. rfcaipautliOrlreri to iiiuioiuicn Kd. H lliiKlicn i'riitidilnti fur lUclcrlimti at the uilsrdun dly ictcctloil. iNo arc autltorl7p(t to iinnouneo fco. 8. Clay- ton ax 11 cinmiunio ror uicicriniiii at 1110 ciimiiiik city election. i City olcclton next Tuesday. Arthur Watson is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 March 1889

MV iSffl ; i-Ait-'n..' n:.-j m - 1R -' -"sa kl tGRICULTURE. Farm Notes Too ninny fanners take prjdd in see- ing how little they can winter eolts on and no greater ttiitaku could be made. Much of the after-value of a horse dc pends upon his treatment during his first year. If you want' good horses be good to yotir cojts The model farm is something that wq never expert to see for the reason that now improvements and new dis- coveries are constantly being made thetcfore what would be perfection this year would lack something next year but when each farmer has his ideal and sliiw-s to attain it farming will occupy a imic.li higher plain social- ly and financially thin it does to-day. farming should be a profession as much as law theology or medic inc. Let every fanner who is raising corn this year try if he has not already tried the following plan: Have a light harrow with teeth sloping slight- ly back and as soon as the corn begins to show through start the harrow and keep it going unt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 March 1889

EZ5 ft K II m 53 I .1? $- (. W POULTRY. Egg Eating. The American Poultry Journal says!" "'I'licrcs no way of curing hentf frotr) eating eggs but to prevent them by- mechanical means is easy A best with a double bottom the upper one inclined so as to allow the egg to roll to the lower one answers well but the habit is one that is always acquired nd therefore a lasting onti. Hens ams it bv beinc in the nrcsence of Bpkcn eggs but they rarely break s themselves Until so tauclit. If nests arc arranged so as to keep !eggs out of their reach they will the habit it leu liberally with SKwKfor awhile but the safest plan is ;tqffuF Off the heads of such fowls bc- jarcfihe tiabit becomes general with ffock" We desire to demur to the above although coming from such excellent authority. We had a fine pen of Cochins Some or all among them be- ing given to egg-eating. They were all laying but we never could secure an egg. Believing that this habit w generally produced by reason of fowls especially ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 March 1889

-T ntzr. "? ". r.NWMiMtfaliftil I - b k k 0 1 4 i: j.i ! I . A I Lost A. book "Heroines of His- ' tory" bound in blue doth filicter will please leave same at this office. Thfc Episcopal pulld will meet at the residence or Mrs. J. G. Torrcy Wed- nesday April jrd. Everybody invited." Or Tolar spent Sunday and Mon- day visiting his family and friends in this city. He returned to Austin Tuesday. Dr. Ends local surgeon of the T. & V. nt Marshall Texas was among the east bound T. & P. passengers Wednesday. J. W. Evcrman chief clerk of Col. I.. S. Thornc Dallas passed through this city on the cast bound T.. & P. train Wednesday. The ntgUmcnt in the case of the state of Texas vs. John Gilstrap is be- ing closed this Thursday evening by District Attorney Shropshire. Mr. S. Lnpowski informs the Rr pOiitkk thai they will have something new tp say next week which is too good to tell in this week's paper. k Alex Steele has accepted a position with Miller & Worley tobacco manu- fa...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 May 1889

a(Ft-K- rxiiniii r u THE Abilene Reporter. . y . - VIII. Abilene texas Friday morning may 10 1889. NO. 10 HSHBPHHRSrKHIHHHI raBSBBwwswwrawwfllilWWH 4 t S00 A CYCLONE. prd County. Kansas. Yisllod by ttho Funncl-Shapca Cloud. Ds and Barns Demohsod Trees ITjrn up and Crops Completely Annihilated. ' CMualtlos Beveral People Killed and iMony Fatally Injured More Than Qpo Hundred Homoleu. WORKS OF TUB WIND. Hutchinson Kar May 7 The wind storm which 1ms been rnging over Kansas for the past thiec days and nights culminated in a destructive cyclone in the eastern part of Stafford county last night. The district visited was but sparsely settled. Had it been otherwise the loss of life and property would have been something terribje. it is there is scarcely a vestige of arm improvements remaining ouses and barns were demolished. ees torn up by their roots and in any places the growing crops were erally blown out of the ground. ltLast Saturday the wind began blow- a gale from the south. I his co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 May 1889

frfdi.rfwtili.i 'tW lfctoil I' -IW---- fc !. ' k - . -. ..-j - v bt..4Hri JHrsfe -ar. jm. t - HMUrHM' HfciN'n mimtm !' niiiriKiiii'iiiitiiM i'm' j7T:ibwviwi Miif ft MwMiMSNni WfrffriaMfcyfcBftfflPf'i'ft .nfcwiiMwAwy.g&Wifc- $4A?fe.fr immwvWf y -t - U '. 4 V :r 1 i t. i T- mooj&uXj. CHURCH MREOTOItY. Vim rtlillKt SllllilftV-nclillill. 01.10 n. in.! wmrMM in in. ntiiinw t m. : prn I'Mncct M." iiir cretx WeilueMny iiIkIiI. W. Hinlfli piuior. Mptluxllxl. HtMtti Hintiluy-feliool P:.1"T n in.: er vlfi"" ill 1 1 n. m. nliil H 'p. in. iirnyi'MiicPtliiu PH'nr W'CttllPMiny L'U'lillitf nt rt i. tn. H. McCnrver pastor. Olnifcli of tin Heavenly llct-SerleeN tih. Hiitulay nl II ii. in. nliil HMD i. m. t'xevitliiit ollx ilio fptinul Stuiitnr; Wcilnewlny evening nt h:.tu; iinnay-enooi ni u:;w n. in. VlrM treliytrrlaii Hiiliilay icIiihiI every him ilntf nt 0l4."i n.in. 1 rrlep fli-Kt ntid tci-titnl Sun lnyi til eaeh month nt II n. m. anil 8:;W jt. m.: prayer meeting every W'tilne'ilay night ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 May 1889

R.T-.V-l - ' "" ' I i I 1 o Jj JBP"" na.-m-. . ii i ii i ii n . I t i i Mi li I ii ii i ii ill ii ii.....i .i mm i ' " '' '" ' "' "" '" a" " '" " ' "" ' ' W? " ' - . I ' T . a i M L7ripJ rs' lJ n LIME STOCK. ... K Looking Toward Improvement. "k lrtef tn in ntir tfttt rim mfinhnl . .W. ...W U. UJ ... V...... from the lflca that scrub stock is ris 'gopd as any and that so-called stock- improvclnent is the outgrowth of good ; feeding rather than that it comes from any special ciiuri or skiii in scicciu'ii or crossings Hence the number is increasing of those who are quite wil- ling and ready to procure animals of high lineage or if not this then at least to "grade up." This crimes in many cases from a desire to bz even with our neighbors in matters of im- provement. It has not infrequently arisen from advanced steps taken by the young men of the farm this point- ing to a Change in avocation unless iho advancing tastes be met. Thcre is no more effective way to get convinced as to the mos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 May 1889

Wf l " T w --77.v?i I pfc dlhM I. .lilHliVl'i .III .i. itimm h'i 1 ' ..ilM?iwliiM.lUnwtfilMi!mmHinffomjum nMrtlwftilirtlifcM mimialftHWillnlIIJIWW.pniiMIHi lu irtAwiM.mh.1. -J" - JfciatMifUr amUimiiinw aim ' - Wwlipl" WW' ." !.-.. UuJutaMltWHBI h 111' fs. r I ."vi 1: - rt : V The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - TEXAS; FRIDAY MAY 10 1889. JOHN HOENY JR. Editor. GEO. mJtOACff Associate Editor. Subscription H&toi One year $1.50 Six months 75 Three month 40 OITkc in llonler UuiMiug on Second Sticct. Entered nt the Ahllfnt1. Texi. I'oMiifflcc ni Scrotid Clnm Mutt Mnlter. Prepare for the district fair. Forest fires arc still raging in Michi gan. Decoration Waco. day was observed at San Antonio Transit railroad. will have a Rapid The Knights Templar met in Fort Worth this week. Four convicts were Gov. Ross this week. pardoned by Coal has been discovered Deming New Mexico. near There are 100000 Americans in Paris to see the exposition. The United States Cruiser Charles- ton m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 May 1889

fttyA. f t tiU y- --y MSMfiMkl t t fr r J ' n- it l& 'vUVS -ih fry m a IV a 1 SCm F( TiOOA-Tj. Toxixi and nAclne Local Timo tabic KASTllOltNI TASSKNtlRR. Arrives .... .moo A. Mi Departs'.. . 11:23 A. M. WESI'-JIOUNI) 1'ASSR.NtIKRi ' uTf Arrives ... 2:34 I. M. 7jU Pcpitrt5.......t 3'55 ''' Vegetables are abundant. Mr. U. Yates of Hiilsboro is ih the city. . . ' ' ... Miss. Jennie Merchant is visiting in Dallas. Mrs. Jalonic left for Fort Worth Tuesday. ' Mr. Glasscocki has two very sick childrcd. . Get ready to attend thcJAbilcne dis- trict fair. Henry Sayles is in El Paso this week on business. Merchants are well pleased with the spring trade. Prof. F. IS. Haynes of Baird was in the city Monday. D. J. Wilson of Baird was in the city Wednesday. Work on the new school house be- gan last Monday. 1 m The public school will be closed on Tuesday May 21st. People from the country report crops te be looking fine. Col. N. A. Taylor returned home from Dallas Tuesday. ? Farmers are prepari...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 May 1889

-.-. El lit i ir&itYr r;jIMmiMiLLiidjJUi ff ffiMfl Jfjlprti fiyAltliriSSwlWiwfe ;iUXiirfi'i "'iHi'i'V'.iWaaftYi;jifc.jjiiTwfTyr .J S M !a. A 1X3 wWMlmniipn u.iiiiii.i . k si-u-t..' .... ju9v ... . . . .. ... .. - m .. . . ..-.. .. - -J - I inrHirifHi-iT-1 h fn - t a oi - fflpyatiapMaWMiiiiiiiii in i ttss7 i . -- W mmPXvZ.Tt.?' r "TTf W. STT rr5SJMgSBS I 1 r : r n KGttlCULTURE.. Feed Farming. At the fnrjnps' institute at Jamaica J Y. the Live Stock Indicator says Mr. I'. I). Curtis gave an inteiestmg Kcutilit of lion to fi-etT 'stock. !Jc g.iV6 the following as the liest rations per day Tor a row for the host results in producing nulk: Twenty pounds vJora- hay four tjuntts wheat lirnn one cjoail cotton sctdmcal. one iuart corn meal. To I'.ilten an .minutl : Sixteen pounds clover hay eight quaits wheat bran two quart? linseed meal siiurts rorn meal. For jming stock twenty- five pounds corn stalks four quarts wheat bran two quarts cotton seed meal. Col. Curtis recommended -kwping s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 May 1889

Ra M m v i M lis? 1 'U t POULTRY. m Raising Ohickons. ( Mr. Joseph Wallace under the cap- tion of "Seasonable Notes" contri butes the following to the Nebraska Farmer: The young brooils will demand the attention of breeders for a few months to come. The success or failure of the season's Work will depend much on the care and food they receive when young. During the process of their growth their wants must be sup- plied or they get stunted or diseased and seldom make up for the check. Do not begrudge acinic extra work for every chicken you bring to the age of sdlc or use for your own family is more than its real value for if it (lied through neglect your time and food went for nothing and may be reckon- ed as so much loss. . r Of course on farms chickens get )i plenty of exercise and much .aging. 0 To get them strong and hardy for such ' 'i work early care and plenty of good food are necessary for it will not do to allow them when young to wanQcr through wet grass and tangled vegeta-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 May 1889

i0fJUmmvifiiKwmawtamiim 'h:'.mimmit'n'mth-fiti'tm'ur-4''-" ' f '' ' "'' fr-""'"'1' '' Affair .i.rikan.feiAtif.'V' JWaUSw55SB S1ufi'lliflitfil::WiP1l?l'tm- M ' ' ' . . '- ' n .' nmwm.h y w.-uirt..... i.tjJA . . ' "'''' ' "' ' ' ' ' ' " ' "?' " ' i iimi in' i '" " "' "'"". -- - v V ft? h H 1 H hI B B H 1 c-ivdiEoir AT THE NIGHT EDITOR'S DESK. The Daily Exciting Experiences of Metropolitan Journalism. I'ass but one night in the office of a metropolitan daily and jour apprecia- tion of your breakfast paper will be heightened tenfold. Say it is 7 o'clock. The night editors and their assistants have begun their labors. There is the list ol the citv editor showing where the local men are assigned. He has rovertd ever) available spot for news the theaters ball-rooms meetings weddings His .scouts aie at the ho- tels lying in wa.t for notable arrivals ; the detective reporters are out among the police and mspectota watching for the latest criminal news. The water front is covered the hospital...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 May 1889

ve- n I. j i a I. u niKm n mmpmmimmmXJkM EMjZZSi mvyv m The Abilene Reporter. VOL. VIII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY BURNING MAY 17 1880. NO. 20 9 h A & r ir W&& IK" IV.JW ZifZ $- ( w I " mm m n Secretary Tracy ha issued nil order calling attention to the heroism of William Foye who. jumped overboard on two occasions to save a comrade from drowning and when the ship's propeller was fouled by a rope he dived under the shit and removed the obstruction thus perhaps saving the entire ship's crew. Milton Richmond a burly negro attempted to elope with Lidia Strong a .sixteen year old white girl at Win- chester Kentucky on May n. The $ girls grand-father Judge Ed Strong pursued them and shot the negro dead. When they returned home the young lady's father tried to kill her but was V prevented by friends. Our next district fair promises to be a grand success. No other movement has done more to attract the attention of the home seeker to the Abilene country than this fair no other expen-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 May 1889

PTifWfiPKBmiW 4Bti.MUUNmUIMLy.&'l!(l.H44lAi rMfrflrrlJftB5iMawJ.Friffi --Mt .ja-3 '- y.i-sM t ls it u - JLJi- . : . . '' . . ....!: Ii ' - -.i'- 11. w 4- ..... 'LOCAL. CHURCH DIRECTOKY Klmi iipdst- -.Hmiilrty 'llilt. til (erripcunt im. in. nun nisi ii I11K (very wcillieiitny in.' pni) CMiiect (I. SV. S Smith. pnnnr. Melliix'llnl. ifiiilll ' "ntlilHy rnml psW n. m.' tiefylwi lit II n. in. nuI h i. fu. i prnjOr tiRi'lItiir every Wi'ilur-wliiy rdiltitf ill H p. 111 v. p. JfrOnner pnMur. Clitirrh f llio Hi'iuciily KM Service" mi" Bumliiv lit II h. irt. 11ml h::jii p. m. pxccntliiK on the wniuil Snmlity: SVnlniSilH) oxpiiliiitn ni 8:3ns suiii1n)'iit'liuiii Mil II'.. H :.10ii. 111. KlrM t'rili)prlnti ilnv nt II: IS n. In. : n -Smiitiiv nrliiinl pvptv Min- . . . tlnyi In nidi tnnlilli nt II 11. 111. nml tf:30 ! comers urn unci rriiiiui miii- p 111.; priivi-r-iin'Mluit ocry WimiiipmIii; hIkM ni k:mi p. in. 1. A Crcluliimi. pimlor i.'lirlMlnti Clmtrli nmlny-H'li'iol every Suniliiy nil)'....

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 May 1889

'i'M1' "tttH? ' i mi i A iaifdttJltt&fl i s p A j iKKl yy flt'51 mM& .'" BKL- w LIME STOCK. Horso Notes. JayKyfc.See Harry Wilkes and 1'hallas nrc not likely to be Seen on the turf again. I. . JIIM Ul IIIU l'IUUilllCIIII L'illlllJa Mils ( Wen nailed ftaby Anson because it is sucn a great kicklt. Hrofhcr Dan a full brother to the pacer Johnston afofi 1-4 has a trotting record of 2:23 1-2. Gargb is much watched in her work at Coney Island. Sim is considered a likely Suburban candidate. .Another stake for four year-olds Fbahr-of 1875 'las keen opened by the JUiffalo driving park association. The Czar full brother to the Km- porer of Norfolk recently won the Pacific Derby one and one-half miles in California in 2:36. JJudd Doble will remain at the Wash- ington Park track Chicago until the date of the running meeting when he will go to Detroit. A mile track has been completed at Hickory Grove Racine Wis. the home of Jay-Eye-See and Ed. Hither will put in the season there training...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 May 1889

jSB -.iipry "5- -ii'-Ti n'rlfWHi. JlOllDXT.iMiiJiTiiii .lift nffflitfTfTir-ll "-"A'-"-" ""-- """" -- Mtmnwito'iaiMWjMg m&RIIH!HHHMHMHMINII - rff i 'fffffi'-Wfrrrffi iMyMtfi 1 I I ! i I! iii a ! j i The. Abilene Reporter 'PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - tfEXAS. ' FRIDAY MAY i7 1889. jOIfiV JIOENY JR. Editor. GEO. W. ROACH Associate Editor. Subscription Ilatei. One year :..... .$i5 Six months ; . 75 Three month i 4 Omic in llorder lluilding on Second Street. Entered Ht Hip AMIviip. TaxiK PuMollIre n Seeotnl-Clii Mull Mutter. Templu is to liave water works. Lord Lonsdale claims to have been within the Artie circle. The editors appreciated the dinner given them by our people. A conductor bit a carpenter's car off in a fight at Dallas a few days ago. In the charter of the Austin North- western railway Abilene is mentioned. R W. Wilkins committed suicide by shooting himself at Coisicana On May i 2th. Abilene is to have another district fair in October. Stephenvillc Head- light. The brick w...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 May 1889

Brw-" if r ft 4f V' ?- m 1 V 7 fey &r if' Tt k r Ik !' I ti LOOAL: XdxMvd)il'rRClflo Local Time Tablo. ftASMlOUND t'ASSENiJr.lt. Arrives . .....iisoo a. m Departs. tJ II125 a. m. WKST-1I0UN TASSKNtlRH Arrives 3534 i. m. Heparin. 3:55 p. M. Jeweler E. L. Ritch. 20-tf l''ly nets atid lap dusters at N Por ters Alt over the city improvements are going on. i.i u ... Hinder twine is'going like hot cakes now-a-days. At cost'. Horse covers and sheets at N. Porter's. W. J. Early is harvesting a fine crop of oats. Shelby & I lali sort another hand- some carriage. ' One car of ice was .hipped to Colo- rado this week. A. McDugald is a new subscriber to the Rkpokier'. N. D. Barry Fort Worth spent yes- terday in Abilene. B F. Combs Fort Worth spent yes- terday in Abilene. The ladies of the spring palace here are hard at 'work. Work on the new school building is progressing nicely. Col. J. T. Iterry left for Amarillo f'ite" 'Monday morning. ImJSwT -Leonard Pegues is improving his residence...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 May 1889

bi.lPmLJtm .ntMf J WWtJffW-J-ft lft OigtfgAff i!ft? mH itf JNqryip t5JH5WM? p K WMW-Ubv X" I i If - I" 7 HGRICULTURE Fruit's on the farm. One woilltl he surprised on travel fng tlirougli the country to (ind so nnny farms with quite rich soil ciwnuU hy "wealthy men. And yet with not fruit enough growing on them to make a good "cooler." Such ' farmers surety overlook the comforts nlul pleasure.1? of their families. The growing of fruits to tile extent at least of the de- mands for his own family should never he neglected by the farmer. The soil and clihute of thw ountry are almost everywhere suited to their growth. There is no other article cultivated on the farm so refining in its intluence upon the household consumption ai fiuit. fruit makes the farm which is the far- mer's home attractive to the young. Fruit adorns and beautifies the far- mer's home with an expression of com fort wealth abundance and hospitali- ty to say nothing of the good taste it indicates in the farmer as well ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 May 1889

SfHT" Efltf"--3 F7tya)t.BmwM - r-mE m m "wrt WJwlWw (HI w WWBP)((f- &rftttew.i.i. . a"J M tt ft P. lyi ft" w Kaq? . E'-' w iv. w I t w POULTRY. Dho Poultry Yard. IlRtifCOlNO UP FOWLS. . Do not attempt to breed up your .klt you lirtvc mixed fowls use upon the 'lil liens a full-blood male of the Variety you wish to perpetuate. The first cross as in the breeding of any slock will be half-bloods Ihc second 3-4 the third 3.4 etc. One male Will be suffi- cient for ten to twelve hens. Hut while breeding up why not atjhe same time start right in the jlifCcfion of pure fowls?" A setting of eggs costs comparatively a small sum. They are readily and carefully sent by express. Or if you have a trio of fowls of the breed you wish one cock- erel and two pullets and keep them separately you will m a single year with care have the nucleus of a good flock Thus you know what you are breeding and the cockerel will get yon half-breeds upon the best of your original breed. These additional hens may ...

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