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

V v " '-.. ... -t "" V A- ' i A. A' -d-- w-v-Jffw . f c-"-iAv-(-rt mvkw-k- .' vt i4t.MuiMtw k.". W ' UWWHJN i' fe " A " 4- t-t-Mh- 1 "!V T - -VT'"-- tt-r.; - r. . yr. . . tj iv--W -. SE J ' n !...' 'if u I I M 5 '1 IV I" I' i t - I . '4 i will Invade the city J. W. Jones of tlje law firniof Lo- mart & Tpncs Haskell) is attending the fair. s i ' ; v. t . Word lias been received 4liat Cisco. Albahy'and Pa'lrd will be u'p'cn masse tins morning. ii " ' . The march of progress fa the great' estliitoflthe times it-will be rendcre'd- xnursaay nigiu. I i i i There was some little delay-at the1! gate yesterday but everything will be all right to-jlay... - al i ' . ' . T i n ii Three thousand people were on the grounds t yesterday and not a disor derly man jn tlc crovd. Dcm't fajl to' hear the March oftPro-? ' cress to-morrow nicht. 'it is one of the best hits ever made. The Baird school io strong in charge of Prof. R. E. HayneSj will come. in on this morning's special train The fair grou...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 October 1889

1VI ' apet jff.f ff v -ft -tn tj-7w j . " " )!' The Abilene Reporter. ' - ' v i -' -- .. Tv. j i i . A i . ii . .1. i i f vol. vni. ABILENi) TEXAS FRIDAY MOHNING OCTOBER 4 1889. NO. 4a nn 4" Vx I A"" POWDER Absolutely. Pure. This powder norcr varies. A rnarvcl of purity strength mid vrholesomcncss. More economical tbnn tha ordlnnry kinds nil J cannot be sold In competition with the multitude of low tests short weight alum or pliosplinto powders. Sold only In cans. Royal Uakino Powdku Co. 108 Wall Htrect Now York. Abstract of Land Titles. i-. i iurnisn complete austracts oi nue L to a'l rea' property in Taylor county Texas at rensonable figures. Have your titles perfect and save trouble. H. A. TILLETT Office Cor. Pine and North Second Streets jfABILENE : : : : TEXAS. A MATTER OF IMPORTANCE. . T n4ltltir aliAnTA Tiannn van Tiaw .-.B .- r" Ii. " wonld your identity he established 1 & . . . Step into carters -.raiace Drug wore (East Side of Fine Street) and ask for an IDENTIFICATION...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 October 1889

kWSjju. S7 ..t -.- -- rt . 4i.f w.--- ffWtaW- tirssatU1 -ipa5f-.iy "''tTTifcfilfc-Wt 7--tT. iffl-fBffifTfti7;a(Vfryi."-s1yrr'" ftf- H?t3rtJtJ' ' "' i .... . i t J ir - .u. Miwfe f.v w--wf mafp i . jhVMij 4i- u J n il T I I' I K 1 f B-1- XjOO-A-Xj. nifttnnn -ntt?r!Trtl V ft W Firt Hpllt Sittitlnr kcIiooi :80rt. Ice at 11 n. m. fthl Hjik) p. m.t i.mrtr rery Wednesday uliflit. O. W. Smith m.t for- Tlceii ' meeting. pttMor orery Mcthodfot Boutli-JRfnony ccliool 8iB0 n. m.s every fVcdiiwiUy netting orvlrt nt II n. m. niulHp. ms prayer mc-eiiiK . a ' In. C. B. JIc- 1 vnrvur intn Churrh of tholfoitvcniyltcrt-SofvtccioYSilh-day itt 11 a. m. miiln!aoi. ra. excepting on i the jjttmlny ichool MtflliW n. rn. kefxtttd! Bitmiiiyt wcunewiny cvcniuga . n.. m. J. A. Crolglitort panor. ftYl m.-i..!.... mt.i.w.h.iliiiiilnv Mtioll 6verv-.8uni fl t 9t . .clccevOry third ami fonrll; r rcnooi oil Tireacn- In iron Hi lollop. pic pastor. tamberlAhd PrcM.rtcrlan Crnirch -Sen M BerrTcci Tory Similar morning- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 October 1889

V l y& & ht $ HOLBTIINS. Ellis Rlclianlson's Herd. At ttio cni nf P.llia Uirhnrclcrtn'a .hcrd of registered Holsteiti cattle stands Zinka second boy who weighed i 900 pouhds at two years old rind whose grand dnm has rt record of 99 1 pounds In one day. 1 hts was one of the finest of his breed at the Dallas' fair and Was selected for his breeding qualities both for milk and beef and altogether he is oiic of the finest ani- mals wc ever saw althougl'not in anything like a showing condition. He ncxtjias the two-year-old regis- tered heifer Ellington 3d and she gives great promise of being both a breeder and a milker she giving this spring when only 27 months old nearly five gallons per day. After hdr I'comes Wetthan 3d her halfj sister ' whb lias an eight months old! heifer old! heifer m t .? ft calf by her s'e to speafyforfwr. fhis calf js one of 0ie smoothest ind trim- est things we ever saw and "'will be heard from again. Then he has the finest thing in the beef line in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 October 1889

t- - i .-l".tW?lrtfHlJTl-- IIIUKI- -fcif6i'awtrtWi'(' dwih JLMMN4 Salto aiitBiljlifcji iwwMWtiwumM'iMXmiwwiiwiWriniXwM i Ml tt' tt v it in II" j: p it If" K. I I. ?. i iv 4' .-! H Pte. fta Ahitanfi Renorter. t AvlgMm PUBLISHED AT' a&i ABILENE - - - TEXAS. .. ia. a- THURSDAY OCT. 3 1889. -i-i- JOHN' HOZNV JJi JSiihr. GEO WKOACir Assoftaft Editor. Office In Border ItulUlIng on Sccond'Strelt. Bntercd t Iho AbUone Tmw FoolQce m Second CIm Mull "Mttcr.( .tf Snbierlptloa StM. One year .......................... .$1.50 Sbc months . .............. 75 Three months. . ... 4 lair Ixtendod Through Friday. Having been requested by a very large number of exhibitors and visit- ors 4o contiuue iho fair longer the committee havg ' decided to continue it till 6 o'clock F.iday October 4. On Thursday October 3d aH ticket issued will'cxpirc. and on Faiday' an admission'of 35 cents will be charged tot. r . " v- fV everyone. . An interesting programme including) racing games ctchas been rirrangedi for...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 October 1889

1! Kf 'rttutirvS " fFs " 11 "" wit j? KKSfiiMl" "(fx HR lJ ? Hii" . -v "f w v yr v f jwv"' h. flww(!r?-?j rf-"jpv"1Tw'-'Ts'7ff " 'TJp1i''l'?'w?''"T!if C " ft It lil K lc k B&iSW 3 r U j m OttP Visitors M M .. C ...1 m iib i Arc co?djally ifyjteW QUARTERS. &Come and see our elegant scocKof :A ' jf . HPiaGpod;s3 L"7 Just opeMvMUs-the LARGESCanci BEfnAbilenc. Iake yourselections while you can getHIRSpCHOICE of evervthinp- in stock1 JWill sell at ' s j 0 - - V ' &.V BOTTM i m : - Remember JI"i PJPL.r ?:! . JT 7 V WflUfVJ.-- Palace Drug Store Texas and Pacific local Time Tabic EAST-HOUNI) TASSENOtR. Arrives ..ii:oo a. y- Depattf T.t. . . .'" . . W: . . . IIJ5VA. MJ 1 ' .. f cs J a .AVEST-nouND Passenger! a ArrivesC .A . .. Ji ...?... . i3i34 P. fc. Departs.! .' .?. . :.T. . .. . .. "3$fr. j -iiie mir is a uaiiuy. V l ' T .x irm r-i -- - -1 1-. liveryuoay is aeiigiueu wiin me mir. Netva sincle accident has been re- irfi'ported so far. ''Chickens andjurkeys i at Roberts & M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 October 1889

J.V-b' JAi . 1-jt-wfAA -J A f I. -.AAnrtyif A -I'll iWWtoWih.rMJ t . t "J"k-hr' n4 -fi-h rt'ljfTp' tyj fr iH"V'-' -' iT-''a'AVy y&M-iM4m-4m'flHiim iiWMJlwwiNiiUuwm untiiiiMMWiiititWM h i.Mrt..iiiilM.iii.fflui1tiui 1 v h I F M I. r u jj ' XWQ ADiiono jcair. i . . . W AntLENE Tex. Oct. i Tito ciiy of Abllcnfa looks hnppy today. For siv? crnl dnys it seemed that the fair would be a failure because of rain but the warm autumn sun has done alt within its power to Smile upon the efforts cf the people and today he rose and traversed as clear n sky as ever vendid above the plains. As said before Abi- lene looks happy. Abilenc h hnppy ) Every; building is hicdy decQratetl with bunting and every street! isj thronged with people from all parts oQthe" Abi- Jcnc1 country. Abilene looks as she did in years gone- by when she was the prospective railroad ceiitt-f of the west. Her people arc prpspcrous and they arc full of energy and enter- prise." They . have vigor uncr snap about them and when...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 October 1889

j--- r ' .AJrt 0' i U to :A' 4 V R& fv i- Ifc-v SHORTHORNS. TCapt. konryiyar&ri'iJ Exhibit. An eminent writer in' Drovers Jdiirnal bfChicn&oiandia gcMlemnh who :va& authority on cattle wrote the following on the improvement of cattle in this country: "The rapid strides of civilisation in the United States have astonished the wotld niitl in no other branch of pro a 'T n. gressive industry has morc$ptCrpHs6 anu taci ocen uispiaycu man m uic improvement of cattle. Ninety-pcr cent of this imnrovement can be at tributed to the scientifically bred Short nnrl find. r . ft n rr rtnimnlK UHViJtVOU JJt.ynuV"'iV.UllUiaJ.. vera The early importations into the United States were those of which the cows excelled as milkers. Remairk- able yields of their milk and butter .yvvciv ituuiutu ill iiiuiiv rtuiiunuim puuiicuiiuiis ui lilt: uuy as wcu ua in the American Short Horn herd books sinqe. The authcntic-Jiiptory 6f thesei Short Horn imp.ortati6nsJbeins ith that of Mr. Miller .irifc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 October 1889

f - ?""" v-J K- M iQ'mh .jwIiT. a ) (.!... MW'il'Hi 1 1'' i j ? l'IMi' mm - i tWMwM ilWnnw.muK i t ii.MiW i k iniilIMrii i'pU"li"f !'" ""ji it JtW'Wfcm WiWtf iV W PlR'tV'-H it tjJW MWWWgtlWW r.i . j'CJ' v iH - . " $ :;;: "';' '.' r : ' ' 'Il.' " ' ''' ' t : l 1 ' l !F : j;r I i k it . : iv 13! U -- 11 I I rB A i local Market Report. I'nrmctS would do Well to bring In a good niipply of chickens cgginml butter. A mcf client ld ywlehlay thftt io6o';doten .egg joo pound of butter nnd 50 dozen chicken Could be told In Abilene In the next'two weeks. The following U the market report: Wit RAT 1'ei bushel 70 ci. 6'ats 'New weked from Vragon jxfc bushel 18 (0 do cU. HAV- In bulk Colorado gnu per ton $13.00. . Mim.eT Per ton $8.00. Thfeihed millet per bushel as to 35 cU. Skkt PoTATOisPer 'bushel 'i$?c$t to ji.ooand In demand. ' lRi?tt rdTATpKS Per bushel 7J to 85" ct. nnd in demand. "" ' IlUTTER First class 20 cU.. inferior 15 to 18 els per pound. Corn Per bushel from. wagon'40jto 50 ct.. Egg...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 October 1889

'VW ('!' St'VgU- T vJ ' yfl '$' i .:i 1 . A .' Vol. vin. ABIIiUNE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING OOTOBBR 11 1880. NO. 41 Jfi ' r b The Abilene Reporter. eV lick i. 'J ;t m :K -. &" m If: ?? ! r ' I K f3. u LEAVENING POWER Of Ute yarlorts Baking Powders illus- trated frem actual teak. MTAL(Pur)i feast's (Alum) ... Kaafct4'(whenrrei) .MM OhWM (Alum Powdti) .. Daffe' mA 0. X. ( Alum) Olmlaai'tV"."? "" ?loaerSanFnnelico) Dmt Dr.Friw's Bmw Slake (Grer.) lsWHsw -'fflit'a 5Hkafefd'l (None Such) when not fresh I PHttl Andrews & Co.) Eumford'l (Phosphate) when not fresh ... Reports of GoTornmcnt Chemists t Thn nmr&t niklnir Poirder Is composed ot euro .ma tekAuiAoii. iMvMMiiAntL it rton. not contain either alara or phosphtesOT otter lnJntloninl.( stances.- ED1TABD Q..I-QVA WJ. D" "The- nrl'kinir rowderlsnndpnbiedlr tho purest and most reUsblo btMrpewdjbr "SS1??.10 bin nubUc II EH HI A. MOTT M. D. Ph. D." "The nojal Dsklnn Powder W purest in quslltr ini highest In strength ol any" baking po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 October 1889

r vtW- 4AI ptfi tAtta if." - "I .Hii.I..vh.i... lii.(.ii.M...Iii.ty;-iivj;ifM'ij(V)A ..Kl. -! AgMIMiIWy jflHlBH'lllW1Ujl "r" iMwoimwiti"wyrMiHia?iii"'ftiw'"i"''ni'wi i m)mjii;uimaii"'JLnjiwqjiVf"l.'yi"tflllJl'" ti'ft"ff I - llfll UliilW W tmi MW'IW1' i t ; .. A JKiiUlilMi ifaiWw . . -4AtA.i..J '4U'&. Q- t ''' $?; - F ' e;T b r.v & Jiu& '!' ' SR-."' IIP rife- It Mr. & - f Jifrf i'l.v i !.' .' & iv "r eife ' :-.. Cf " P'8 i: 5r ! S4 3-7 - tV IE' il Sikf 5'" m r ISV fe: is;- V' i&: SISv '- fca'l 1& SW-i v ! ttfc j&&' l.i w HjOO-A-Xj OHDItCH DIRK010RT rirt it rtunllM Snnilny t lju. m. ahiI fluio jfhoot. Oifto'sM) 0T' Tlcc at IJ n. m. ahiI fl; l. m. t Pi tnocllrtgf OTCty WUeuT njgm. W. vi . onmni j-nfior. Methodlrt. Soiith-Sumlity nf1ioo19:So n. ro.? ncttlce nt ll n. m.nmJBp. nj.'s prtycr racctln every Wcdncixy cteiilnR t 8 p. m. 0. 8. Mc Cnrer jrnMor. Cluitcli of Hie UrnVeiily Host-Set v!ei 6n Still' (Uynlllit.ni. runt H:80 p..m excepting on iho wjcom...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 October 1889

II. 11b pj P ? fcV f H 'i.V fo- rJlOORESIITE COMMITTEE. i mrrir- - i i - if .Express their xnanks to tno Many Kl ' v T.ttiArat Vitfiitatl "Pannla nf xcs "'""'"."'"r""'"" " i VjiE. the Ablleno Country. v Thoy Say a GoSd Word in Favor of thd Dallai Fair. Wc acknowledce oUr nrateful thanks to the many liberal contributors and to the largti number of earnest- and willing workers to whose donations and efforts are largely due' .the success of our district fair" just past. We wish also to 'ncknowiddgc. our appreciation of the.servtccs and mater- ial aid extended to us by the liberal minded and public spirited press who have always aided us by their good words and encouragement in our various undertakings for the advance' ment of our country. ' wWe wish to state too that without tne assistance 01 me generous puuuc spirited and self sacrificing ladies of Abilene who in everv.dcnartment. and fejjf all the. details of the arduouffVork of Ule lull Hum iia iui.ujiiyii uuui uii ua close cheerful...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 October 1889

i MM MEM jWPHfflffl'j MUJUl.JI.IMUUWtB ..'' '' "! f ' " . M : . ' -- - 1 - m J-M . iH'MJHfcal.-L4-tto.t i-.hJii-.ii-JM i IHrnn W- m mi..i A i Jimif 1111 iii Sl lb' R St.. ? as- & .) I " Bft.' $ S..-' i a l- &' Rt: riri'1. "'' BJL S- - 3S IM aij MP.' 3jT ffiV' LI . ft ISK I" p. Bp? r v - a The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED At . ; AlIfcENE - - - AS; FRIDAY OCT. n 1889. JOHN JiOENY JtR.y Editor. Office iq lionler Hiiikllng on Second Street. Kntcrcil nt the Abilene Tcxm I'olofflco as Second-Class Mull flutter . Subscription Bates. One year ....... t ......... i$i50 Six month. ...... '..... ' 75 Three months. ..1 .... 40 Abitenc is the metropolis of West Texas. The Decatur News issued a special edition last week. Excursion tickets Tor the Dallas fair will be put on sale to-morrow. The Marlin Ball always a progres- sive newspaper has changed its form and now appears eight pages strong. Abilene is a common p.omt and our merchants can. sell as cheap as dhe merchants of Fort Worth or D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 October 1889

o v. I' u ! M '- a.'. iT-- I0 r? Lv School -tkTw '--v- TT a ( we ttxe .u.eauquarbi' xur every- tnmg mtne ime 01 School Books and School Supplies of all Kinds and will sell you as cheap as you can buy from t 4 anybody. We want your trade. Come or send your will guarantee $ P. EL k 'Palace Drug Store 3LOOA.XJ Toxai and Paclflo local Time Table. EAST-nOUNU TASSENtSER. Arrives 1 1:00 a. M. .Departs--. t . . .".(.'..1 iil:2S;A. Mi WEST-BOUND rASSENGERi Arrives ij...i. Departs. ...... a 3:34 iv M. .disss'" m. . p -a" 'Col. N. A. Taylor left Monday mornr IY.ingifor Dallas'. "' 'Two houses for rent-brie furnished. Calliat) this office" .. . 41-1 ' The ladies Guild will meet at Mrs. Markhams Oct. 16th 1889! iGeo. Slaughter passed through the rajsjcjty Thursday on his way honie from thelranch. Hallard herring choice fish no roe jt. ;but straight goods at Roberts & Mac- Likechney's. 39-tf r. Elsewfiere in this paper will be found '. a complete list of premiums awarded at thelate fair. ''"....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 October 1889

flj-gf tNj wSfaiNws iMfttfi'tjji J"w''JRiVT I T' ' ft V S . T ". ' lL .T ". T 1 T iwwiifi4fwia - 4B . i nf.t i. wn i i nmn i i Hi ! i " ' ' " "' ' ' H av' 'J r 34 H "i j n r a M. w I if. Si i' K ; 1 K K f i ' i E.A 1 V m- a I & & 'A Ws H i ki & s? -v Pi ill (h Sf - ir li PRE30 JfOTES. 'The following. press notes' nrrivcd too late for publication before the fair but we give them now J The fair at Abilene Tetts will be held Oct. i a and 3 and will be rt grand affair Everybody is invited tb Attend We wish you were nearer Brother Hoeny and we would come ; but you know our "rations" do ndt reach quite iliat far. Gregg County Clarion. The Leader had little faith in the Abilcn; district fair last year and in consequence took 'little slock in its Success but we see die Abilene peo- ple mean business they go in to win and as the fair will be of lasting and incalculable benefit to this entire section of country it affords us great pleasure to lend a helping hand to- wards making i...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 October 1889

'p ; - - I'fymz't'ff; "' '".' i " ' I V tf i 5F v-r m i p ill n.. ill i iii llinn mil LitfE STOCK. How to (fotoh a Horae in Pasture. lHn exchange gives the following advice how to catch a horse in pasture! 60 through the pnsturc where the horse runs once or twice a day shaping the course so as to go as near its pos- sible to the rogue without disturbing him. If he runs keep straight on arid pay no attention to him. After a few days when he finds he is not chased he will probably let one edme quite hear him provided they do not go straight toward .rim; When that point has been gained take some oats or a small dish of salt and sugar mixed abQUt equal parts of cachj and &i so near that he cincc ltydrop.a'hand ful of the mixture in a smooth place where he pan easily find it then move on. The chances" arc that the horse will make an investigation at once and cat what has been left for hirn. After repeating this a few times he will most likely be On the watch. and instead of running f...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 October 1889

i vi-ai.i 4. Mriu it . At y.:!).-v; wai fatem ....nutyTant-Jafct m raW)ypwJMi iH tmiM HUfiW warfsVqHj.awrBlwvi Jf Jfr .$$. wtt.-1. t) . Uujj j"wi.hiKyiiiti iwmifMpqw-TqiHMn bjjh wapfci HUBW 'irmiirt"wiiiiiMMiMiiMir r -1 wnniiiii tf mi : r r. e-rA jr fJ m 1 rREMIUMS5 AWARDED. COtfllNUnn FROM SO PAGE DUAFT tfOsnSuii llcst draft stallion ! W. Savicrsi Second best draft stallion B. V. Stcrrelt. Host hiarc or gelding J. W. Savicrs. Second best draft marc? or gelding T?. C Malm. .Best a-year-old stallion D.K. Bean. ' Second best a-year-old stallion J. W. Savicrs. Best a-year-old filheF. C Hahni Best suckling colt C. W. Savicrs. AIL rURPOSli. Best vycar-old stallion R. C. Brown. Second best stallion H. P. Gcno- . Best a-year-old mare or gelding Alf. Howard. Second best a-year-old mare or geld- ing F: C. Halm. Best yearling F. C. Hahn. Second befit yearling D. J. Red. Best colt J. Briscoe. - Second best colt Alf. Howard. Best brood mare Alf.-Howard. STANDARD BRED. Best stallfon 3 years old ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 October 1889

w A - -n f ft. 5 W "V 1 -7 ) i - i - - i Abilene Reporter. VOL. VIII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING OOTOBER 18 1880. NO. 42 if" . h ..' ' ' m The kWr- i-- J I &' lt In I' I J ? f T & TV h. f; I tW. y IEAYEIW& POWER Of tbo TftrloHB Baking Powders illas- trated fre actual tests ROYAL (Pure) ai BMBB I gmitV (Alum) ...HlMaHHM XaaM'i' (fah).. KftBfttd'l (when freh) . OfcatSl (Alum Powder) . .MBaiaMBHI DViu Md 0. X. (Alum) Cloveland'i ....... Pioneer (Saa Fraociieo) ..).. wmKKmmmmm ClftT. ..... .T Dr.Frfee'i faew riako (Grofl) ... OoagTM. i... i Keeker's v Oillet'e -. Hftnferd'l (None Such) when not fresh Pearl (Andrew & Co.) Snmterd'f (Phosphate) when not (run. . . .aMU Reports of GoTenuaeat Ckemtate. " The noj-ftl Baking Powder is composed of poro end wholesome lnjrredlenti.. It does not contain either alum or phosphates or other injurious anb Unooa. KDWAUUO. LOYBrh.D." "Tho Hojal BsUnirPoFforU undoubtedly the Barest and must reiublo baking powder offered to He public UUB...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 October 1889

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Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 October 1889

STf" rvr WTJIff" ''?fy'"''; " A v a :. PI fr. N. a. tfe-. Ift l.f I' .J &. m f: iv. "t -VjS ; - - - ' m TiK. PXODMSlirE'OOMMITTBE. Ak?' Tj.. Ml4x1 ti-.il... j". .uiuoim iniuucu jeouUB ui yj . tfa& Abilene Country. KV Thoy Bay a Good Word In' Favor oftho Daljni Fair. Wc acknowledge our grateful thinks to the many liberal contributors and to the large number of earnest and willing workers to whose donations and efforts are largely due the success of our district Cii just past. We wish also to acknowledge our appreciation of the services and mater- ial aid extended to Us by the liberal minded and public spirited press who have always aided Us by their good words and encouragement in our various undertakings for the advance- ment of our country. We wish to statp too that without the assistance of the generous public spirited and self sacrificing ladies of Abilene who in every department; and all the. details of the arduous work of the fair from its inception until after its clos...

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