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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 July 1889

tf l I fl ' t ' t.1- i I V i V4 . a i. 3 ! JTJ .; M & ? ! i A' r ; l s i pi ill ii1 JUi! hi l ; ri It 1 ill m R w t t LOCAL. CUUROIt DIUECTOIIY. Flrrt llnil(SlliliiV fclitml tltfiln. Hi.! Vf vlco St II rt. in. mill H:Bil i. m.i tiMjpt inlcMnK. every Wctlnctilny nlglit. (1. W. Sniilh. iivtnf. MollunllM. Soillll suuitiky M'liiHit UiW n. lit.: sen Ice nl I) ii. in. nuil H p. m.i tunjor ineellitK every Walnrnlnj- ovuiiIiik nl H p. in. ('. H. Sit'- Onncr phrtor. Clittrcli of the Item only lU'M St'f Icon oil Sun- (lily nl 1 1 n lit. mill H::li p. lit. cxcci.tttiKoii lliu ktuIii! Mimtiiy. Wi'iltu'Mlny i'vi'nIiiK nl H:3ii: iimlii i".hki1 nl ln.'.ii it. t:i. llrM Prwljjtcili.il-'in1 in n'lioiil ctci "mi iij'nl Utl3 n. in ! rcrv'ri' llil ntiil i'itnl tin r.y lti viu Ii mm .n m 11 .i. in ntnl H.'iip m rnypf mwllliK t'M'ry ciIiumH; nl. lit in J'1( ;. . J. A. C'ri'liihlnii piiMur. (.'ItrHlmt I'liurcli Miiinlii) i'1hmi1 I'vor) ti i- ilay nt U:3H ' '! mttIivki'mt thlnl ntnl fourth 5iitliln In ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 July 1889

J IF.W- &9MiftN TSM J&Vl 'zgp' tat -T S ? m 1 i 5E LliZE STOCK What Kind of Ilorsos Sliall wo Brood? Ko( man will tnko a higli stand in breeding and rearing a class Of farm animals for which he has no fancy. Some men and very properly have "action" associated in the mind with the hotse. Hence such a man if he adopts the breeding of heavy horscs after learning thcjpccularities of formation that always go hand iti hand with supple and prompt movements will provide himself with the (omnia tioiu that promise this outcome and will be content with no other. What is this formation ? Well bear in mind that as the fore part of the animal leads we m.ty as well look there for the leading movement ; and to that very important pail the shoulder we must look for fitness to make this movement. Whether in the light horse or in the heavy it will save mis- takes if we adopt it as a rule that the fore leg can go forward no matter what the gait with ease in the ratio of the slant of the shoulde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 July 1889

$ . i ' &; k" 1 ' !.. ' r( t I I If ; t hi i 4 u 7J if i ic aw.! If' 4- - :. v . ' ? & n' ( Fl i 41 8 - I it f i. sr ! I' I1 Hi r y m ' The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY JULY 19. 1889. OnV IfOEiVY A Editor. GEO. IF. ROAC'ir Associate Editor 8ubicrlp(ion Rates. One year $1.50 Six inontli . . 75 Three month o pifitc in llonler ItuiMing on Second Street. KutimM nt llic Alilline. IVjHfi l'lollU'i n SrroliiH'ln M'lll Mntlcr. Fort Worth's electric street railway is in successful operation. Abilene proposes to do things tip brown during our next fair. The Texas state fair and Dallas ex- position is the pride of all Texas. Kilrain struck Chicago broke and had to borrow $100 to get home on. The hum of the thresher is heard everywhere in the Abilene country now. A plan to coalesce all the labor or- ganizations of America is being con- sidered by a labor convention in Chicago. Inventor Campbell has lost his air ship and wants to know if anybody has seen it....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 July 1889

f iBrJL 11 IK I HjOOA.Ij. Toxat and Factflc Local Tlino Tnblo. KAST-IIOUNt) l'ASSEN J Bit. jj svmvcs .ii :oo A. M. t ffqiarts ' 11:25 A.M. WKSI-II0UN1) IWSir.NIH'.U. Arrives 3(34 v. t. ' Departs 3'55 ' Charley Pratt is west tins week. i 1 r ' 1 Wheat is coining in quite lively now. Col. J. T. Horry is reported as con valescing. It w. A. Mint iv Lo. sport a new de livery wagon. Mrs. John Clinton is recovering (Vont icr recent illness. L. Caperan returned from Hot Springs Sunday. Judge John B. Rector Austin was in the city Monday. ... . -- Some work has been done on Noith fSccond street this week. Ed. S. Hughes made a business iftrip to Anson last week. Will Young will leave for New York If-about die fifth of next month. Plover shooting is good now and the editor being a crack shot is living high. Our ladies should prepare a series of H irnnrl cntert.immpnts In lie iriv'pn rlnrinir ?D -" - &'- ..... ;the fair. Thos. Cocke will leave for New York on the fust of next month. He goes ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 July 1889

SmmnSmSiSmmmmmmi ..ini mii unto" '' ! m i ' i-n 'j i u 'I v-. I:. rfei K i ? i ! M hi HI 1. Jl KGFtlCULTURE. Farm Notes; It is sale to say thai one-half of the 1 short crops are due to poor cultiva- tion antl li.llf of the other hair to poor prepatation of the soil. Many a hard woil;ing man throws away one-halt of his labor by. dot doing what lie does thoroughly. Have regular houn for feeding all stock that runs out in the pasture and feed them only at those hours and you will be bothered little by having them hang aiound or by having to go after them when wanted. Kspecully is tins the case with horses and hogs - The boy that would rather stay about the stable on rainy d.ivs when it is not fit to woik in the fields or out of doors and look after the comfort of the horses fixing up the mangers stalls etc. and cleaning cob-webs out of the corners than to skip olT to some corner grocery and loaf is the boy that is going to make a successful farmer and horseman Krhange. The following fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 July 1889

M !t I A THE DKIRY. Cold Sotting for Cream. The success of the soailletl cream- jries is oaseii on the principle timt cream arises more rapidly when the milk is at low temperature 45 ilegreves UT ICn!). i IIC l.UUIIllj IB UIH-LltLl iy setting the milk in deep narrow pails of tin the usual size being twenty inches deep and eight or nine inches in diameter holding about 30 pounds of milk. The pails are set in tanks of water cooled by ice hence an ice sup- ply is indispensable. The method has been borrowed from the Swedish dair- ies in which cold setting has been used for many years. Any one of the various methods employed is a great advance upon the old common prac- tice. Less space is needed as thirty pounds of milk require no more than eighty-one square inches of surface while with shallow pans this quantity would require at least 500 square inches. It is not necessary to use any Particular make of apparatus ; a sim- l$le tank twenty-four inches deep and jwith surface enough to rece...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 July 1889

;m vssp? "HHH . . f wjwrii . j JJr"J V ' ft " I w n I' .' I?? 8 J & 4 1 4 !. (( I The painters' are pmiptfbh thfc fin- idling louches-oti General Saj'lcs' 'residence.' H lias been decided by the progres- sive committee not to extend the tittle of holding our next fair. Kd. Phillips will visit relatives in Illi- nois next month where he. will join his family who have been spending the i summer n$rth. - ' There will be many things to do dur- ing the fair' and you will save nine and worry by doing everything before it opens that you can The ladies of the Christian church wish to thank the light .infantry band for their kindness in furnishing music at their entertainment of the i ith. Do not forget tli.u jour business house should be decorated during the fair. Decorate your fronts and trim- your windows a& handsomely as you can. The Rkpokiur on behalf of die lnisi- ness men represented in the advertis- ing party last I'hur-day night extends to the young ladies who participated t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 July 1889

ThF A bilene Reporter. lll 1 1 fc MS VOL. VIII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING JULY 20 1880. NO. 30 ' l.v y 4kiH6 POWDER .Absolutely Pure. This powder never vnries. A marvel of purity strengtli nml wliolesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds and can- not be sold in competition with the multitude of low test short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. UOVAI. ltAKINO I'OWIlKK Co. 106 Wall St. N. V. WASHINGTON. Washington July' 22 Judge Lock McDaniel arrived here to-day and learned soon afterward that he tiad been defeated for collector of the third district. It was not a cheerful piece of news but he bore it philosophically taking his failure much more coolly in fact than his friends. Ilefore returning horne the judge will look into some of the dark ways that were seemingly em- ployed to down him. It is the general belief that trickery ol some kind was used and that if a square deal had been accorded McDaniel the office would have gone to him. Mr. Charles Hedg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 July 1889

it. m r i ' r U.f to! . ' F 1 J ' f f ' 'II I J Id It? k I MM I J ; U m Ml n LOQ-AJL. OKUItOH DIRECTORY Flint llnittlu Sunday c)um1( tiiion. m ; ser- vice nt tin. in. nml :.'!) p. til.. Iirnxer imetlnrf every Wcdiiedny (light fl. W. Smith pnnor. Methodic Sotilh Sunday rhoul 0-.10 n. m.( ncrvlre nlll n. in. niiilHp. m. ; inier meeting every Wednesday cellluif nt 8 p. in V. S. Me- tinncr piwtor. ('linroli tif the IlenU-iily Itcit Jcr lre on Stui- lny nt II n. m. iiinlR:?op. m rxeeiitliiK on tho recoiid Bnudnyi Wednesday cetifliK nl H:JK); timlny mliool nt !l :.'!() n. in . First tretitcriiin Kuiiilny school! every Sini- ny nt l):l."iii. in. . s-ervlrcs ilrst Mid seeiinil "Sun njs In onrli motitli nt 1 1 rt. hi. irtld 8-8" p til. rAjer mrrlliiK ecry Wednesday nl?lil nt H 30 p. .1. A. CrclKlitnti i'iilur. Christian Church Hniiday school ccry Sum ilny nt U:;!o n. m.j sendee every third nml fourth Sundn lit each mouth nt II n. m nml H p m ; ntnyiT ineellnit Wcdiiesdav nlfflit nt N . lit r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 July 1889

"'tJ$ffSPJB'&"mwiriy" & V "f ;s V '' US" LIME STOCK. Horso Notes. Uudd Doblc lias not and docs hot expect to liavc Ctiy in his stable. The Nutwood stallion Dawn anr) has been thrown out of training. The colt Starter Caldwell has arrived at Dwyers' stablest Urooklyn. Milts the English jockey has been killed by falling in a race at Spa Bel- gium. In the last race at Shccpshcad on Saturday ten of the twelve starters and six of these geldings were chest- nuts. Tom Hood ran six furlongs at St. Louis on July i in 1:13 1-2 Mr. John F. Donncll is thinking seriously of retiring Irom the turf and proposes to sell his horses at auction in the fall. General Withers wisely made pro- vision in his will that Fairlawn which he founded be continued as a breeding farm. The heaviest individual winner on the Suburban is said to be Shipsey the well known bookmaker. He cleared fully $20000. Mr. Homer of Olean N. Y.( has decided to place his Rochester stallion Sensation in training after this seas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 July 1889

PrtfMti'n"rirt'irmifrlMlMhn a . i h I i J I H l&S i fl- l! lit l i II .5 t J ft r The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED At .ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRH)AY JULY 26 1889. Soifiv iroEN; jr. Editor. GEO. W. ROAGHy Associate Editor. Subscription Ratoi. ' One year $1.30 Six months. . . 75 Three nmntlit . 40 Onicc in Itmilcr Ituiltlitif on Second Street. Kntcri'il nl lllo Abilene 'IVxnv l'mlolllco n m-c'oihI ch Mull M niter. This is the most prosperous scctidn of Texas. The premium lists are now being distributed. The national press association meets in Detroit August 27th. A farmers' institute should be ranged for during our next fair. ar- Call on the secretary and get a copy of the premium list just printed. Kansas City was sure enough dry last Sunday. The Sunday law was en- forced. That English syndicate seems to be determined to gobble up the breweries of the country. J. A. Howell charged with the mur- der of Mrs Anson Hall near Brook- field Mo. is being tried. The trade display on the firs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 July 1889

is 9 " iii.y- i'Jtf i- :fc L?5i- 4 Vi i XiOO-AJLi. Texai and Pacific local Tlmq Tabic. EAST-UOUNIt PASStVNORp. Arrives. . I Itco A. M. Departs...... tltas A M. ff- WEST-llOONl) t'ASSKNOF.R. Arrives 3:34 r. M. Depart 355 '' M A nice rain fell Wednesday night. N. D. Harry Tort Worth was in the city yesterday. We must organize a commercial club here this fall. How about an electric light plant ? Abilene could support one. ... - - - - Mrs.. John Honey Jr. has been quite sick the past week. Henry Saylcs is in Galveston with his family this week. George W. Roach was in Haskell .yesterday taking in. the barbecue. Mrs. J. G. Kerr and her daughter i'' Miss Helen returned from Dallas Tuesday. i . E. II. Sintenis and Judge Kirkland went out Tuesday evening and killed sixty-four birds. Cameron & Vhillips have received .1 car load of fine buggies. . New Deal plows and Disc harrows just received at Cameron & Phillips. The summer normal school opened here Monday with a good attendance. Bla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 July 1889

v ljv H' I s ' 1 '.'' f& il w i?i i '. irtupi l i ' liWiurt i kcriculture; i ' . Farm Notes f you have no time to'dd anything else with the ground from which you have cut youf1 small grain run over it with a disc harrow as it will kill the weeds and let the crab grass grow. It will make a fine crop of grass later on. Properly managed a good brood sow cata be made dne of the most profitable animals on the farm Two good litters of pigs yearly can easily bp secured but this shouldnot be at- tempted the first year of her breeding A longer rest should be allowed young sows than is necessary after maturity. jEvery farm should have its orchard. It is not necessary to go to great ex- . pense. A few trees and vines set out each year of such Varieties as have proved most successful among your neighbors who have soil similar to your own will in a few years furnish an abundance of fruit and the expense will not be felt. Nothing will conduce more to the health and pleasure of the family. As"...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 July 1889

I): i r ( t U . uiw w m't THE DKIRY. Baity TnitMs W. D. Grout saVs t "Dph't'pin youf atth 10 anybody's breed of cows hot even Brother A. L. GrosbyV' and "I frequently receive letters from strangers iiaiuiig my uuvii-i; iiuuiu mis ur inui method nnd have .always endeavored tb give my own experience in matters with the conditions attending them nnd let the (pjercst form his own cohclqs- t ions" That Is the very way we all do "or ought to do and it is the right 'way to help others gab information. In dairying especially is this neces sary. Givp your 6vn ideas of dairy truths as far as you have proved them; then let those who read form their own conclusibns. We can't cram our no- tions into others' heads but we can lay what we consider facts before them nnd they can be their own. judges as to Whether they are fads that suit their conditions. . But Brother Grout is wrong when he eaks of "my breed of cows.'1 I am ercly working with the Jerseys because t?-1!: .1 l- t lii 1. cuevc mcy are 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 July 1889

'mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm :) I t .) K III II ! II- nAiiH.MTHwWn tM ss: r 1 1 .1. o I t r . tu t Concert. ' ;-' The concert to be given oh lrritliiy- Augttst ad for the" benefit ofjthc new Mcth&dist church tvijl consist of reel tdtions vocal SOlos quartette and a cantata entitled ''The Cadet's Picnic." All arc invited to attend. Enjoy a musU cal treat and help a good cause. Ad- mission for adults 50 cents ; children .25 ccnt3. We sell great quantities of 3. S. S. and the sale hblds Up well no falling off no prospect of falling off. While inariy are loud in; its praises not one complaint has been heard from our customers. . ' ' ' j E. SkaUs' Drug Store - ; Waco Texas. E. L. Ritch the big watch jeweler. Jias so largely increased his stock that jic yras compelled to-order more of those elegant show cases. The big watch jeweler will soon have an estab- lishment that will be a credit to Abi- lenCi 2o-tf ..Dr. B. T.'Coppcdge of Verona .Mo. sayS he has sold a' large quantity of 'Swift's Speci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 August 1889

ti - ' iWiIii..iIi tm. m h..i..WfMK4n f-mywi.wMiin.ii.Ji i fw .. ! !' iiiiw.w.n'n IMy ... . .-. -h.t. n 1 1 hi m.i . i '"'' '"'"'tv ' """"nT.i".' ' "i.irrr.T?"''"'""'.' """'' "-n ''.'' "i1 L ' " ..' '' ' ij " i "Trr " '" L " '" f"r n '"' ... . w-C.m r. IvV; :a I' V: a- I Tiife Abilene Reporter. p:.; .-... -; v ' y..-"' r- -r-r-r- I . . VOL) vni. . . " ;'. ; ' ' ' ' ' ''..' ...." ' - '' ' ....".'.".' .. ' -.".. ' ... ....;..'.'.;;.'.'.'".;" v w.hb f i m m ' m I Kwni - vv-'. 11 V- ClWMLPMMI J J mm BkOiur nrtty rwa . t- POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never vnrioj A ronryol of purity strength nnd wholccomcnes.i Morocconomicnl than tho ordlnar)' kinds and cannot ho told in competition with tho multitude of low tests Bhort weight alum or phosphate powders Sold only In cans. Kotal Baki xoTowdek Co. . lOOWali Street; New YorSc. WASHINGTON. : Washington July .39. George F. U. -irtilIollis. 'United States consul at Cane X"6 Town Africa has' written itd the . state &r-- .. .-.-TI w(--...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 August 1889

"yrffrnfaMw '.kt4i jiiwwya(jBt(llili'lfttttiWliliri rt $ffo H'nyy "?y y ";rf -i'--fM'""p'""t WW----. -.. I u " . - ' SSfliEiMtf-IWtfMWllS'l .Ms:'' la flHSKrH' .-...... it.ii.n i t &'. 1 " ffBHE' w 1 $1 ' 1 '-vv1 w ' 'J1' ' s. i r it in OHUROK DIRECTORY Vint BaptUt Sunday nchool OsSOn.trt cf yIm-i nt II ft. m. aintH every Wednesday night. :iw u in j nrnycr meeting liL . Wj Hmflli. tiftlrtl Metl lodlut 8oMh ytimW cli6ol tt:30 a m.l 4 ht II n. m. Mid H l. m.t iirnjrcr meeting MfTlCV every WWnrnlny evening nt (p. m. 0.8. Moj vrrcr pniior. Church of Uio Heavenly Rest Service ou'S'nn- daynt II itnt. niiilBMi.m. excepting on tlio mcoiiiI HnnOny i Wednesday evening it 8:90; unday (ciiwil nt 0:80 h. m. -Flml PrMbylcrlan Sunday ecliool every sun- ayatD.'IAa. in. ;crvlconrt nhil eeond Sim- ay in each momli nl II n. )li. nnd H :S0 p. m.l raycr meeting every Wednesday night Ht 8:80 p. .fA. Crclglilon inMur. Christian. Chutcli'-S'Hidny nchool every Buui Uy nt D:30 n rn.titervlec every third m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 August 1889

'V Vfy . Jh .A MM - iV-. '.'. pV" f. r;- f'. . t s. A i'. 'f. MVS HU'' . a:s' ' IfSfftj' IfcT is '& K-J " s . .' i B.W fe ra. I : LIME STOCK. The Coming Horse 6F TexAfl It has been demonstrated beyond cavil that the climate and grasses arc eminently .Adapted to hofse raising cheaply. But owing to methods that have been. in use for years tlic legnuy of the Mexicans which is to turn them loose and 'trust to luck that they will (i weather drbuth and famine and when "rounded up taking the most likely colts for their own use and turning thee re mainder out to becorife the progenitors Ul II1C I1CIU IIIU JL 1.-A113 JIUI(3t 11.13 UC" generated into ponies generally ewe- necked and rough and ragged but possessing endurance and good action. Now that'thc demand lihs enabled the ranchman. to re.nlbie on almost any kind of a horse good bad and indif- ferent it is time to lay the foundation for the horse.ofthc future which will be. a pride to" the state and a profit to their owners. To do thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 August 1889

t I- .0' i ; " ) I! m 4 M Y A l-A.fclm... ijjl........ .rt..-.. r. .1r. . r-r- n.. J-..t.. . "The Abilene .Reporter PUBLISHED AT . ABILENE - - - TEXAS.' FRIDAY AUGUST 1889. JOHtf HOENYy JR. Editor. GEP: W HO A Ct 'Associate lEdtton Suticrlpllon Rkti 6nc year . .... 1 ................. . .?i.S0 Six hionilis. .. ... ;v ... .... ... ?75 Tlirec months. ....j-.-. '40 Office in Border Untitling on Second ijlrcct. . "" 7 ' 1 .l II mi Knlcreil at tlio Abtleno Tom rontolTlco ni Mecoml-Clnn Mnll Mnltcr . Denton is to have an electric plant. ; ' light What say you on the pity park ques- tion? Burke will be brought back from Canada. The way lands are selling 'in" this country oh my. The racing programme for the fair will be announced in a few days. The sales of land here this fall will more than double those of last fall. ' $ About $506.00 worth of farm pro'- perty changed hands here this week. Letters from a distance inquiring about the fair are. pouring in lively t Greenville's new wafer work...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 August 1889

'van y " ' Tffm?f!pS H ' flIW -jpWfv i' .-titi-' . - ? ' u (' 1 i" !. fff AA. ? n' . iflsh"i"lf ' T" "L -w .'V ' i t ? r .1 - QUALITY! Ih Diugfe and Medicine- ailLITY and ;t V - ? i h : i jIjXj ijynDPOET-icisr'i?. P. H. GARTER; i ' East gifte of Pine Street ? "r Guaranteed (tll DRUGS and MEDI- PISTES to b6 PURE and "RELIABLE ;s IM it 1. "" ft V W .. uind carefully and accurately dis- K Sensed. All m KM I XLVAXJLQllXhELKilJ .. . 'under the Texas State PharmacyJLaw. Cave flldd mord Prescriptions' Abilene LOOALf Texas and Padflc Local Time Tablo. EAST-UOUNU PASSENGER. ' Arrives'. ..................... u:oo X; M.. Departs ..11:25 A. It. WEST-SOUND PASSENGER. Arrives .- . ... ... v . . . . . . -3:34 "' icpans... ..... ..v. ..-... 3:551-. m Our landmen report business liveljr E mi- - -l ' 'Tl'x ' ' t ' ' ' - iwane paw scnooi nouse is. looming P uy". Of i-. Geo. r Berry returned to Amarillo' -i - . .it . Monday. ' Abilene should secure'grounds for a . city park how";" ' ' ' "'"' '1 Will Yo...

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