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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 2 July 1886

v I $40000.00 A FORTY THOUSAND DOLLAR $400 .00 STAPLE 1 Thrown oil the Market at Abilene hv g . LAPOWSKI & ni STOCK OF GOODS 11 -4 . It is possible that we will our storehouse soon. We DRY GOODS CLOTHING BOOTS which invoice over $40000.00 ; we are compelled to dispose time therefore beginning June the Tth we will sell every sirtiele ly New York Cost until the entire stock is disposed of We will reserve no sroods anl allow a discount to parties buying larjse Itl3s. We cordially invite the liberal public to call on. Very Respectfully Your. zmmmmsi m&n?i Iry (iIooI. UoUiiiR .t Yiur.r. l'in Mv-t A. K HIi-'Uik . Clii-rtmil -tr- ' .- lijnhki A Km. lor " Mi!''.T Family iirocerio. HnUiitr .1 Sna Vortli S. i 'I 'Irn-t .1. K ("miit I'm' Sitvrt i;. W Wnt-n. W.-HtM.li-Cli-.ttml -Ir.'. (ion C lVt-k. mitli Fir.-i trri IIiwkI A Uavifr. Titt utaini. 'fn-lii-.:f. -ir-4 1) W Wristm A Sn." l'mi .Smt. Ilnyrc A W.xilcn. Clif-tiiul -lni-t. Flour Meal. VAv. Pintiii-r Slill (Viiipanj K iwt IJuiMin-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 2 July 1886

-to iV?" triz. -- ..- FOREIGN GOSSIP St. Patrick's blue'1 is a new tint vorn by Whig girls in England. Easter Monday and Whit Monday have liccn made legal holidays in Paris. It is proposed to celebrate in Lon- don next year the tercentenary of the invention" of short-hand. A Hombay physician expresses the the opinion that civilization in India is gradully having the effect of increasing the size of the human skull among the natives. not always as clean as they should be the boiled beef is of good quality and the potatoes have a tine flavor to the young fellows who have appetites sharp- ened b four hours' hard work. By a quarter to twelve o'clock the conscripts have got into clean jackets buckled on their belts and are ready for instruction in maneuvers on foot. They are taught that the length of the stride is fixed anil that they must take just as mam per second. En avant innrr.he! Unite! and each time the brigadier or other sous officer corrects the align- ment This drill noes on u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 2 July 1886

- Hfc 1 " r THE TAYLOR COUNTY HEWS. J1XES A. LOITRY PoMl-her ud Proprietor. ABILENE. - - - TEXAS TtLMAN BLUDSOE. "Wot -.trnnj-er haven't ye heard the yarn? Not know how I came to lose my leg An took to stumpln' on thla comtarn? It txn'r purty this hlck'ry peg. Ain't lived In these dlKRin's lone. I guess. V all. listen then an' tlie yarn I'll tell Of tliet hellish day In the llderness When we wrastled with rebel shot an shell. "Ourmcn was beln' mowed down like prass; our solid columns they broke an' reeled When a child o' two a tiny lass I seen whar the dead men strewed the Held. Between the ranks o the blue an' jrray hhe stood ritfiit up with a frightened cry An waved her hands in a sraied-llkc way JIoh dM she come thar? God knows; not L Wall Cap. I'm a rough ami ready lot lttit I'm : lather myself ye see. I swore 'twist my teeth that bahy'd not lie mustrrd out with no help from me. I paused where the soldiers tlei like sheen. The gray- out.- -aw me an raised their veil ; i An' l-ac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 2 July 1886

rae-t giafaBMMf!a amm The Celebration at Oatent. pora oy a nein wm.pona.mi. A grand celebration was given nt Con- tent on inunaay tlie Sitli day of .June ijhm oy tne Maaonic and Temperance orders. It was n combined barbecue and ple-nic. Thu tirrt tmW nf tho H otq r trrnnrt nurch by tfasons and Temperance Coun-' -.l. After this the installation of officers! was attended to and a speech on "Ma- double-deck care and reducing tne cost honrv' waB made by Mr. L. F. Snodgrmss of marketing Texas sheep you have for- of Cokman. ; gotten or overlooked a very important Tfiere were about eight hundred peo- part of the cost namely the feed on the pie preeent. When dinner was an- road. Mainly the objection of the Texas nounced .vour correspondent observed shipper is that sheep will eat but little that the v had the greater part of three not more than one-fourth the amount teves nicely barbecued and over two paid for at the first feeding point about hundred pounds of fresh tish nicely fried one-hal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 9 July 1886

4 1 Sr - t-. ; NMgwjBMMijjiii tuii liii inyhfc i in urn i mm 1 1 linn m.j'w hthii.im; WVT-Wy Taylor nrntf Tii" rr l' 8U ' W i Jjj I' kl JL JAMBS A. LOWRY PUBLISHER VOLUME 'J. A Weekly Newsp&ptr DevoUd to the Stoofc-raisinj Agriculture!. Miner&l Educational and other Inircts f Taylor County Tee. TERF ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS FRIDAY -H-LY D. isc. 1 1 i - Hll I m J??aW S " . J !! WjWB TKa I The Is a ? J. W. RED 9 W HEAOBUARTERS FOR FtjfttttTtt&E ! indow-Shades Mirrors Carpet-Paper f"V rfoj !Wt m-i ( u m raj1 7!rM awa. r-T3"' i U1A-7 TrT i ' V I 1" JOT1S 7 I M etc et THE OLD TRAMP. 1 1 . iuiuu H'"i:i.i : it.i--iiira:!titrltist'if : -t Wln-n tl- vwr.iiv : :h- uinirr Mv . .Jd (! It 0 It LASS WAKE C R Y and Ke4l-sgHiiigs9 Mattresses audi House ITuruisliing; S-oods generally WILL SELL YOU A NEW BEDSTEAD FOR TWO DOLLARS ! .r Mow to Mcciipo Woxlcrn Who it ill oil 2;nk Harm?' The Xoim Farm Siomos. :-i A.vn.Nfi Te.v.. Im'v .V - Dr. Hamni rhoheat.iigofiho hahvas corpus ya poke th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 9 July 1886

THE TAYLOR CQUM MS. JAKES X. LOATUY PublUher and Proprietor. ABILENE. - - - TEXAS. NEWS AND NOTES. A Summary of Important ETenta. ' It is now given out that Juno 19 Is to be the President's wedding day. m Ex-Preside.vt Author was again re- ported in a sinking condition on the ri'ith. Ex-Al.DERMAN MlCHlEL DfFFT of New York has been arrested on a charge of bribery. - - FREsn and peremptory orders have been Issued for cattlemen to get their stock out of the Indian Territory. Tfie New Jersey Prohibition convention on thel'Sih nominated General Clinton B. Fi-ke for Governor by acclamation. The Belgian Government has prohibited the holding of the Socialistic demonstra- tion arranged for June 13 in Brussels. Ove nc.vnnrn and Kjr.in-T-n.vE fail- Tires occurred throughout the Tnitd States :ind Cnnadn during the seven days ende 1 the 2Sth. The House committee on Territories at "Washington have agreed to report ad- versely to the admission of Southern Da- kota as a State. The fight on the St. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 9 July 1886

j Ui-"- 9 I. A i r - . THE TAYLOR COUNTY MS. JJlXES A. LOWRT PmbiUUr nd Proprietor. ABILENE. - - - TEXAS m nnn mniMa. SATURDAY NIGHT. The -week Is o'er an-l all Its worJc Is done; The weary toller seeks his rest; Kor Is lie grieved to see the faithful sun A llery ball sink in else west. BSx dnvs of steady unremitting heat Ol leeilnK heart and thinking brain. Of busy hur-ds and quick obedient leet; t Of every power a constant strain. How cood to have the bended bow relaxed Tue licirvv burden laid iinldp. And nil our bonded faeultn-s untaxed And lreedom coino a Joyous tide! To leave behind the countlns-rooui and mart. I To iiiis"in ;.lk- trom these dull things ap:ut TV !.:. - t mrrn nf iimiitif lilla. I Man choiild a brow ol oitoh wear. The-e n-t!iiK -pot the.c happy breathing I -Pi'-. ! - iti-u l.v ihe iiiuniiiiriiii:-ir'ain-J w -tr'iy Or i::ii' "ii i:i-:idow-. .t:irr-l with a-phicbd- .j- iid'l'.i w-et wlil-.jieil:i- by tue way G'.!'ii-M-ri:iwarctii. unto our -oul. I): i:i'-l lo - :i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 9 July 1886

iS I &?l m W s $ wn ABILENE DRY GOODS KINGS! The Peoples' Favorite The People's Choice Time Tried and found Reliable ! Grand Spring of '86 Announcement: AVe wisli to call the special and clohe attention of the trade to the inevitable fact that we are now better prepared than ever to supply your many wants with ehoiee and stylish goods at priKrs that defy ounpetlitsioiK- r Our immense and most carefully selected stock consisting of 3 J i i 1 J 3 a 3 V J J 3 lre Ciroods Silks Satin Summer Silks. Satteens in all the Fashionable Colors r f Ginghams Seersuckers Lawns ifcc all styles and fchaden. The largest and most complete ever before oilered to the trade in this part of the country. xx xtfo-t CT otioiis in great variety. cCtOVx. CQ iJV rntrimmed Hats in every shape and color. Trimmed hats in the latest and most attracts e style .-. Xitrht I )rese- Corbet Covers. Skirts (le.misc.-. liM:ilct HATS. TKUXKS anil YALKEs :nQy DCV Boots ami SIies5 Men's and Youths' Clothing. and Furnishin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 9 July 1886

.."S mi e53 rW $40000.00 A FORTY THOVSAXD DOLLAR $40000.00 GOODS STOCK OF STAPLE y fi Thrown Oil tlie Market at Abilene In . LAPOWStI & B It O It i possible that we will make a change ill Our business ami will probably hare to vacate our storehouse soon. We have complete wellseiecte1 stock of DRY GOODS CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES HATS and CARPETS which invoices over $40000.00i 5 we are compelled to dispose of tlie same in a very shoe't time therefore beginning June the Tth we will sell every article lis our entire stock at strict ly New York Cost until the entire stock is disposed 1 We will reserve no goods and allow a discount to parties buying: lairgc Ih!!k. We cordially invite the liberal public to call on Very Kespcctlully 1 ours s UPOWSJU ft 8R0 DffiECTORY COLUMN. I the tayloe county news ' r$?e 1HZ. "". -In our announcement column -.Mrs. .. I Youii left this - (.') m Cimvvh Directory. Mi.uioicvr li ori. .h-tii -!!''v. J A II-!i-r iiatnr. lr?acliiiiKT Sun.lay at lUo'i a in . andT ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 9 July 1886

fftp3flrt. Wmmi r- . j j' V&r 'r y I SUGAR-MAKING. How the 8cckrioe Matter la Extracted From Cmaea or Root. The process of "sugar-making" in its essentials is a simple enough matter of cookery. The first care of .the pro- ducer is to get all the sugar possible out of the cane or grass or root either by squeezing out the juice or washing out the sugar; the sugar-maple pares the sugar-maker this trouble delivering the sap ready for the boiler. The juice is then cleaned of its impurities as co flee is cleared by the white of an egg or water is filtered through charcoal; it is then boiled to evaporate as much of the water as possible and crystallize the solid sugar; it is then cooled and the molasses drained off leaving the soft dark sugars in which each crystal has Us thin coating of molasses or i dricd by a centrifugal machine as clothes arc dried m the whirling nncr whence the water flies out or further clarified and left to crystallize in white loaves which are sawed or crushed ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 9 July 1886

i i CAPITAL GOSJ5IP. The "VTblt Ilnosc Wddlnr To Tako Flaoe Jane 8 Another Batch of Vetoed Pen- sion Blllft The Eads Ship Railway Bill Recommended. For Passage Bjr the Sen. ate Committee on Commerce. IAf AND DATE FIXED. ' WAsmxcTON May 29. All speculation about the. fact and date of President Cleveland's' marriage was brought to a close ist nij;ht by an authoritative an- homnaement that the much talbed-of event "Will occur' here next Wednesday. The knot -will be tied about Ave o'clock Ik the Afternoon in the Executive Mansion and after an ample collation the evening will be passed with an old-fashioned social mingling of a few and select invited guests. The President will go to New York on Sunday to participate in the Dec oration Day ceremonies there and in .Brooklyn on .Monday ami will return to ashingion Tuesday accompanied by Miss Folsom and some of the invited guests to tin wedding. ' It is not expected that the President and his bride will make a bridal tour. They will remain a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 9 July 1886

a w&-r J 1 l in 1 1 -in 11 n . 1 I f Hard Times in Europe. Demorect's Monthly. The news which reaches us from across the water is very pitiful so ... ... J(IL llO IvlQllllCO W tVMC VUUU1UUU Ul Tnftna . AiiVAri tsv t r nminiTinn st the working masses. There are swarms of nnemnloved laborers in . . Europe -trices nave oen giau- . '. .... . - lly falling since 70 and all kinds of J ' .. . uiauuiautuico ao .. iy0lir verdict. The unfortunate rial command less money in the!affajr8jn the life of his father! tti l. r JUaiKClO lUiill IUJ 1'llllD ""!" o tviLiitxt a hundred years. The reason for u. u--..u.. ; .oD ?Dfhr? iuonetixation of silver. One metal gold now measures all values mid as the mines are off in nroduc-! TIM HI I H.fvr- ii. .. 1E A0 UUV VW ... . ; i : nn.n.in.nn.nI! lion us puruiiiiBiiig jiu ci wcwmt-p greater. It was Germany wmen - took the lead in making gold the . 8oleunit of value nor is that na-i lion likely to recede from that pol-1 icy unles Great Britain consents to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 16 July 1886

ty w v i" V-. r -rj-if MiMMeMmnfWfa mijaiBiJ . - iSiS!' Taylor JJJHS A. LOWKY PUBLI5H1R A WmIIj Hwijaar Derated U the Steck-niiiag AgrieiHual aKainl livcatioaal aad ether Interest of Taylor Coaaty Texas. TXSX. .SO m 71A1. .1 The News. " Ulti. iV ' v iai 77 1 . - n v VOLUME 2. ABILENE. TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS FRIDAY JULY 161886. j. W. RED HEADQUARTERS FOR FURNITURE ! Window-Shades Mirrors Carpet-Paper et&$ etc; CROCKEIiY and GLASSWARE Bed-springs Mattresses and House Fnrfiishing Oosd generally. WILL SELL YOD A NEW BEDSTEAD FOR TWO DOLLARS! Collins Caskets and Undertaker's Goods always kept on hand j W. REtH North 2nd street went of Pine. Jtl BEAUTIFUL LAND OF NOD. The following poena wu written bv Miss Klla Wheeler as a lullaby song for a . beautiful little two-year-old niece CTy tie Wheeler during an LUneea of tb child's mother. It was afterward published in Harper's' Young People and haa been w id?ly copied by the preea. O.tne cudlii ynar brad on Jnr shoulder dtir Vuar hr&U lia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 16 July 1886

J r &? -J--!;" -- yrzF'F- .-. ir I'-jij ps g ? M ?t Tl TAILOR COUm MS. JAKES A. IOWRT. PmWUker ui Proprietor. ABILENE. - - - TEXAS. LOVE M. D. O. he cnroen in silk and uit'.m She ii veiled In roots of .Latin. As well as every root that grows below tie morneronrtn; t-he reads Sanskrit she reads Coptic i?hc the apple of rar optic; She has a lonir list of decrees and Boston aw irer birth. Yet ft sets my "blood a-shirer "When she asks about my lsver And I stutter and am speechless when my tongue she wants to see: For 1 am fearful to expose It In nelirc-she knows it. "When her lovely eyes with tender llg-ht are xivetedonme. With my pulses at n hundred. 'Tis not RtratiKO that she has blundered Aot doctored pie for fevers when I didn't have a sign: 'TIs her presence that Is heating-. And which set my heart a-bcating; lor Tin only u poor mortal man and shs Jsso divine. ."-till It's pleasant to be ailing. Jut to have an anyel siiiliriir Into your humble room and All it full of life and l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 16 July 1886

T&vlor County News-Sjipplenmit. AB1LENE.TEXAS JUNE 19 1885. srusciMiJK von Tin-: l llr. Ta or County News TexasBPacific RAILWAY i i . riKCl'LATM) ! I j . Most Wonderful OUci Mad(vr j0x-""i;xi. Arizona alio 30 Good and Useful Books Given Away! CtilifornhL Kead "il !i:i il ilVr:i!'i think that oii win ail.u'i thai it i- t lit- un-t . :lmitr lil raliiy on li:i eer heanl !. Tin -nh-i riptioii pin to 1 1 .- . i It n 4 .-m iltii-t !::! Airih'iillural ami lion- !nhl .I"iit:i:il. .ul!i-ln i! i -!.i:ii!ii". i' ii-tin. Ir:i.ii-'!ilv .-law-ar. I lie-Mb-i-nption prin- .! tin it. i u - !; mil' i ail- h -l..o. Ttii'Vcrt one w ho w i!; -emi u- n .il -i -.il ;'('i tlirali -M- paper- fin ii-.'ir. am: in :.Mil !.i:. w wi;l-;iii ...-h - '- l r. THIKa'V .:.; . -.!. .:. ; ;iFj'n- sii)i4.. M r.-iniiu' Li 111 to il i j East anil SnUuu L !- .-rla.i.ix tin- tin -I liberal 'U r i. :ni- In mk publi-her-. A w hole librn- !".. fuiiow in.; :uv tin iilie-ofthe l'nn! : lh an- a'l papi-r boiii.il. wi 11 s. ami ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 16 July 1886

THE TAYLO . C03TI NEWS. AN OKDINANt r ij I.nu 1; A: m- .i.i The Panhandle stockmen declare against t lie drive of cattle from ofVthe line oflhc Texas :i!:l Pacific l'roxidlu.: for tikiinr 1-ail li..:i.! IIailwa. and the southern cattle- tin-foifeiturc thereof. AKII.KM-: How to Deal With the live TKX S men arc preparing; to moe their herds in face of this rotest. Alto- Skins. Section I. Hi-it ordained hy fn Council of the ity of Abilene. Thai n per-mi arre-ted lor lie x:. tioii nf :i 1 1 v ordinance of thi- eitx nc. . mi e. 1'iiriiiu . Kii.nnd and Kitss'a oer Afhan homl to the city with -utii. iMit -. -nr I . l lie ;ii'iu !. in i in- ia or. or ! jeilicr. there is more probable war on the drive than there is bet ween ! admitted to hail ii lerntorv. i- For .': I e. n t a I;ir"-;uis ! Washington dune 7. -dames K. Mctealf of Sihi-r City. N. M.. who has had much experience in llteen- . '. i i"n unVl uauemeiit of Indians. has writteii a complete a- irond a- tw. ro.-il. ror M:ir-li:t!i in i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 16 July 1886

Jp0PINMHMHHpMWVH9HHBA-s A. -4 - i 0 THE TAYLOR COUNTY HEWS. JJLXES A. LOtTIlY Pbllher and Proprietor. ABILENE. - - - TEXAS Moat-Grange. Bv Mas Hknky Woon. dlAITEIl I. They had brought down the pheas- ants in plenty; ncwr h:ul a first of f)c- tober afl'ordcd better spoil-: ami lhy hal lingered long at the sport for evening w:is drawing on. Mr. Dal- ryinjtli'. tin owner of Moat-Grange which xv:i- :i desolate Grange enough to look at. with the remain- of a moat round it. long since filled in aimed at the l:;-t bird he meant to hit that day and j sii-ed it. lie handed his gun to bis gallic-keeper. Shall I load again sir?" No. We have had enough for one i day. Hardy :and it i-getting late. Come J along. Charle-. U.-c-.r. are you .-ati j tied? He hum lie greedy if he is not" broke in the voice of Mr. Cleveland a neighbor who bad joined their .-port. He ought lo leave .-iime." Voit'll eonie home and dine with u-. l-x eland." iiiterpoi-d Mr. l)al-j rxmpie. a- they turned toward the Clraii''...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 16 July 1886

-vy. -r ivje...i V. '"J V8SI zjpz$?$r T Tl 4 - . SjjF - i s ""i- V ifiViilT 9 ABILENE DRY GOODS K A The Peoples' Favorite The People's Choice Time Tried and found Reliable ! riaiid $miiir of 9HH Aimuiiiiieeniiil We wish l call the upti-iul ami cl'-tc atu-aiioii ui'lhr track- to the inevitable fiiet that we are now better prepared than tverto supply your many wants iflth clidt.r ;nid ?"t ylili gViixU A priees that defy e.nirtjeiit!iii Our immense and most eai-efidlv selected stock consisting of G7iffWV3iSi j j i j a a v D J J d . . Iress Goods Silks Satins Summer Silks Satteens in all the Fashionable Colors. Tmjrhams. Si-crsw-ki-i--. L:iwn. &.. all steles and shades. ." v ' A 1 t tilt" .uX 53bu rj If in great variety. -a? kbejr r. w Trimmed w largest and most euinpiile ever ln-fure ofiVret tnil in this part of tin country. rcQjVT lTntrimnuil Htit in -frv liate and color. Tn lints in the latcr-t and mc-i attract ic stylos. i:d -trj&miimm N iii'ht Div-m . ( 'orsft ( 'crs Skirts...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 16 July 1886

rrasrs. i nf ? R ' V" U- i .. -1-- i3-or5c3ciJrte.MS.lirTn; 4 r " f . -i-c DBECTOBY COLUMN. iUhurcJi IKrcctofrj?. . 3stbodt ErwcoPAtSiirrH.-rllcx.'JA Ry- der pastor. Pre aching ever' Sunday nt-11-.OO ft m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer mwUnirevarj'Tbc.. day night. Sunday School at 0:30 a. ax. tllE ABILfeNE DENIAL PARLOUS; DR. F. H. BROWN PBOPEIETOR. 3ecth .-Extracted Without anu Bain. omceXortk Second tftrfcct a Mai fc ipi Telephone 2fd. 54. BAi-mr. lttr. 6. TT r.vfXtxjmtM. Pmcb injr TTSunrytllU m.aAlMp?to .andavSchoolatftSB.jB. TtiymUXX on Wednesday nijcfcts t 7W. CSteiCi CoaiaAM after prnver matrjr V&Het.7 fcllowtn tie fourth Sundav la c. iRCuth. juX- XXi So ciety mwfU every Fridaj Tttu.c ml lo'cist I JAMES ... LOffEY KablUUc ErwcoPAi.. ChTd) of tka Heteefalj Knt -Sen1ccon the Jtart d tMrd Stdy hy Rv. ArULENJE m. t. Turner paswr. i-ay wTfiwtj ui .r..-. nocond and fourth simaay. surmay sctooi THE YATL01 CODHTT NEWS i If 'e. laii au immigration so Herkcl JKattrs. Special Corratpondence ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 16 July 1886

- vr ?;" ."" il r i ? . ;- A PRECIOUS MACHINE. Tfae Modest Statement! or Strictly Truthful Hardware Clerk. It was plain to see by his looks and actions that ho had no idea of pur- chasing a lawn-mower. He might possibly have been argued into buying two papers of taeks for five cents or a summer thermometer ' at slaughter prices but it wasn't likely that he even had a lawnj to mow. And yet ho came to a sudden halt before a hardware store slid up to three or four specimen mowers on exhibition and a minuto laterhe was making a close cxamina- k lion. A clerk came out and -.aid: "Good morning. We have a few left but they are goii'g like hot cakes." The man seizou the handle of one of the mowers and pushed the machine back and forth. Any child can run it" observed the clerk "and you notice that it makes no more noise than a -ewing machine." The man up.-ct tin- machine on its back ami spent three minutes investi- gating. Nothing to get out of order sir" continued the clerk a- lie b wed to ...

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