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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 June 1890

A ji WliiM -L. J ttl ' '" i... A.toA Jl. . h1f.iiififciMiin..y. wifl) Eifiil.i.i.M.'.Riii ? .iHiw Hi J 4 fi n yzsm B) IT '? . T IK. OAJITXK. CARTER & CARTER ItJLftflu ftorth Firatf Street Opposite iepot ' rxjZEZLsns - -' tbzas. VREFR BY PERMISSION to all the Banks of Abilene. .'500000 ACRES 75 CENTS to $25.00 per acre. ys'borfAi! AT'rtrMTTnKr tJriXm-t iT.i X Mil iW ?jJy$'i's' all We have the space to describe. . . IMPROVXD XAKDB ikn Af!RFJ5. 8 1-1 miles northeast of AM- 'Xrti 1 lelteotwo houses and outhousest fenced. 00 '7 j? acres In Cultivation 540 acres fine farming V land balance fine pasture an inexhaustible '" vsupply of fine well and spring water. A very "choice location for a fine stock farm. Price T r'$io.oo per acre for 20 DAYS ONLY. ' 317 ACRES to miles nortlieast of Abilene . I -a mile to school and church fenced plenty of water 150 acres in cultivation two houses. 3240 ACHES $ miles east of Abilene fenc- ed division fence good soiU grass and plenty - offwater 90 acr...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 June 1890

n - i! hlA M .1 it J ';! ii ait W If l M M fr 'ko.ciCfu& Jfora-:t'A3m tat."--.-. - JfoheriUtt .bats possfcss no merits dVtf btlief kinds uid farmers should t dautious iibout paying fcxtra prices tor such seed. When a hog loses its appetite it taiay be thut All he requires is & lump oT charcoal. Charcoal should always be kept where the hotf can cat it at with A Warkct gardener in suburban HUrr York who devotes his care ex- clusively to raising celery thyme parsley etc. is said to have made 4J7Sooo in the last ten years. The crops grown should be in ac- cordance with the demands of your nearest market but this rule does not apply where articles can be shipped to other points at a low cost. The mar- kets should be carefully observed and prices noted. It is well to remind turkey raisers that it is not the largest turkeys that bring the highest prices but those of medium size and in good condition. The large turkeys will excel in weight but the smaller plump fat turkeys sell at h...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 June 1890

M ttteuJL p P ''If JkTV' yyBvrV&lk j I m- .Jfi -.-Ja - THkS DKIRY Entry !ite?eW t It Brown Of ttoliaml Patent N fcpots that in 1888 lid made his y;jpy him a profit of $7Gr)& a. Tfce nimal odor 86nictim.es Observ- ed itlk corned from retaining p'crs- rnratkw in the cow. . It is thrown back into the blood and so is absorhed in 'the milk. Cleanliness and healthy skin for the cow is the remedy. AH ill odors effect milk. Henry 'Stewart says.: "I once lost a whole churning of butter worth $40 through lT ' cow. t'ilf negligence 01 a mrcu uiau wuu jjui A load 01 frozen turnip leaves into the stable1 and left them there covered with other fodder until- the rank odor drew kiv attention to it. It was tob late: &thecqws)iad breathed the offensive air ana tnc smen was concemraieo in me Gutter. ' s Oats barlev and rvc cut erceh whh the. grain is in the milk and cured like. hay makes an admirable milk and uut- ter producer in winter. 11 pays ki plant these grains for this purpose. Xvis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 June 1890

la .. .... .... " . 3. ". rf. w.mjr i ;. P'fJMNM! r:jkMM 'tow...- fifc ;i Mil .i iwhiiiIiIii7 .l. -j. 11.- 'l .. .... . j. ...... r I "- 4U' mUmWmAM jai.it rrrji.1 -'-l-1f !i - " - .-i.-....Lk - : . i a Jjf ri.jiLliJh- 'in -i--. .i run 11.1.11 1 I Milt HM1 nl I iji M. 1. 1 iT - r' " ---' - f" - - -""-i - --- - " -- ' - i tWttfctJC AHJT1TAL MKITI1C0 Of tJ lUte IkMlffs1 AMOolntion ef - Texas. FIRST DAY The twelfth annual mccljng of llift sheriffs' association of Texas which I met in Abilene Tuesday the 3d Inst. was called to order by the president SHerlff R. M LoVc of Limestone fcounty at 3:15 p m . "the rricctinjj was opened by a very appropriate prayei by Iiev. D. C. jbc- Witt the resident pastor of the Cum- berland Presbyterian church. The roll being called the following reported: k. M Love Limestone county j J. P. Kirk Travis county ; R D. Chancy Fannin county; J. P. Cox Hill county- f. V. Cunningham Taylor county; N. E. Devcr Washington county ; J. R. Ferguson (deputy) Hopkins co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 June 1890

II 1 w h IV t tl i i '. i I i n" I fill ill i1 i ' 'i i i urn ... iTiinni ... n i tn .. I nFi ifi i ii i... JinjiiiKwiw win it fit mi t "ll1" """' " i'ii "i ftlfrn.i t irTiir llliifi ill I i. j ... ft iaijtifclhinl'.i.W.inlitntM .m .Hi.Hn "....1.1 -ftfi.' r . -i rCjlii -. -i. MAmAimtk liA..-Am.Wi-.-! ABILSNB TKXAi TRlDJBr MOHKIKa JUNJB 13 1900. NO. 94 II - " . I Reporter X JrliL ziLrlJLrLiNi i ' ' iv lam on j""- in. lHMieit of U in LeVeamr jpowcr. Ii. V ..... . . -L '3" 'V H BBBBBBT SsM BBSl. sV 8lB KQ&I l- bbbbb ttssssk' P'r f isH k. 3c$?!Sf. r IF ABSOLUTELY PURE c "WASHntGTOK. "aft. Washington June . TJi'e house lr;.wwi rngage4 all da on District -oC .ftfitrqq in listening to a fvve-hour speech h suver oy senator ocKrei uiereiore trjVproceecling of bpth houses were. void of any-interest to the outside rid. The Saulfc St. Marie and Gal ton people are getting impatient: at i indisposition or neglect of the Jwmmittee on rules to set' a. day for' me consiaeauon oi ineir ums. .WRee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 June 1890

fhfn':.'''!'''''Ki't't.'.Ayf'''Kyir;fl WffH n.1rt.WwmrtW4i..flfcIIWfc''1 WWvt m-h.'"'' i"''''-' "" 'AfiW'rt0A " fMW & J- J '." JplHll limp H' - '-' in rit H.-ytM'.!1 it-i??. . Mi IV - J&i.Ur-fc'.. -'rsrtftiBWJ?! (ppup JL .- f ift . 4.fcU n -?.. V..-w-j(wjip- -nl "l o .. J . A . iftr.yfritel'arTfti wnfiWMHiiii .Miyinn-ffm- 111 mi iinnwrfilwMifax w 4 fci Am 1 ill III 'I I in il - m . tit L.;J I S! i..i :l f.M ra ff. K V & M'1 WBt V J! AWS-lt Hdea marbwdon wtitg for th Atnivukivtor. svs: "Not all k of th itwectt hich irifeH itejfcaKkna.' ana orchard are injunou to nw trutisi tees and shrubs JLifce the bird of the wr there ate many infcts' which (fcttnbre good than harm and their ac- qriaintance should be cultivated as a rhttcn at possible. There iV constant! ..war going on among the bugs and irtitects of the fields abd orchards and this war does more toward keeping At . Ll. -.fc -II -l aown ine injurious oiks man mi j. theXonclon putpk. and Paris greerf that the farmer can ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 June 1890

' - - u V . -a 1 1.- itji i h i II mi;.. ftaf'thWe s no ucli An animal as a gch- trM wfpwe cow. There is a Wide spread idea that .the farm cow differs ntafefHrily from the1' "gcntlcttiahV' rr and jhe may and often docs. The vdiiftn"' often "wants a coW-wkh - cti&'inarlcs.aad.of; certain Mndria- Die arerauig. u ne can get uibi; things and (he cow gives any milk at aft the is satisfactory. But a farm cow; is simply a cow that pays well for her kOi As a cdw the principal pur- r.. irc:n. 1-m-jf it.. .; re k4nBV I5RM.IIIIJ "' u.fci iiattlltfent w tor line production 01 bridle "d butter. We might just as trv to ecta fine camaee and bay -rf W -T ' " an in one as to attempt to get the It DeeiproaucinK animai ana inc milkp?6ducHig animal in on. should nroceed in the selection nil breeding bf ourt c6ws with' Jhe louellt-clearlv fixed in our mind and hat is that whep .a 'gogd profitable aifch cow is old enbUghf.to .turnofl; Reprice thaelvgetjjt the carcass. 3i w natevcr preea sue may pe ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 June 1890

ft!gf$jltmmfrtftm4imlll ..fall.i I 1)111 'ti ' jyflmiUMHini mi M )i i mi iHJnlWlifttMHlMtfiill Hiiwm.fc. I!.- wiijhW AMVl-IHtf.. -. J J. ...u. i . ..y; ii-wpiMiwi.. II iilliiiuniiitiiifiiiiiiin iiwtifififi8nhai..a;jr hww ilttfAUMMWMMMW (nW01!Ilpw tf u -... f' nr i ii tMiim&MttttMi&x:. 'i in (ah . iA wia C( . -'" a V '' ' ' .... . . ' - ' - r'-iwnrti In ii '1 i t 1 1 '7 ' 1 ' ' ' " " "'hi i in i -- . . iii i ii "" . ii '" - :r ' i 1 if (.' I ' . f . '. - ' ...-......... .- a- ...i -.. '.it fi...i i ..rim I 1 i i j .... jm .n i 11 n I .t .. I . .. . i. ... J i . . I I li i . . I i i (in n I I i i . n F0U R TREMENDOUS DRIVE DAYS Never before have we had such" a chance to Present to the Abilene Country and City such terrific Bargains. We were this week tenlDted'bv manufacturer to close out his entire stock for 10 cents on the dollar and we have1 dbnfe so;' Therefore ?we noW hae to ; . Sell Our Stock For What It Will Bring! jluu we nave put suuu pnuen uu uur &uuub us biuui su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 June 1890

i M si 1. V 1 h ' ...lii iV ' . ! ;CARTSR &CAMER " A . 1' ;Land ami Loan Agents 1 Mbrfh.rirst Street Opposite Ipot REEFER BY' PERMISSION tdll'tbe Banks of Abilene. 50ooool.ACR1ES 75 CENXS to $2500 per acre. SPECIAL ATTENTION is caiiedtcrthe following Which all We haVe the space to describe. IMFJtOVID LAXD "a8q ACRES. 8 i-a miles northeast of AM- kUeee two houses and outhouses) fenced go 'teres in cultivation 340 acres line farming land' balance fine patu(-eU ah'irthatibte suroly of fine well and spring Water. A very "choke" location for a Tine stock fern. iPrke $10.00 per acre for 20 DAYS ONLY a 1 7 ACRES to miles northeast of Abilene mile to school and church fenced plenty titer. 1 W acres In cultivation two houses. Sj40 ACRES 6 miles east of Abilene fene- water; 90 acres in cultivation good house. $0.50 per acre 1-3 cash balace 1 2 - .h.m ?. - 4 years. ' j-64Q ACRES 8 1-2 miles south of Abilene gbod fence and division fence good house oW 2 rooms stable cood -well and tank and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 June 1890

WIIMmnBBHBBBBi nrifffiTfritiA'AwnriiTO SjW ppiviii'iiiiL '"vy.'y; " MwllMtaMMMMNMWMMll WiIMiiWIMtWrtWCM'''!lT iliiinilMiaW:U;' ll'MTlVT'"nllllSJfIHMi .(hiiKijih iti.i.ii1i Timauaryi.. nili..l n I ii'-. r Ji '?iyu f ijHinAhoM-tJU. nj&M- .! ..Hi).iimtlti.iniiliii iinin i HTC. " . t '. "ft ' 'I . r ' .I't mrrifi- ?r - - i.ir.t tftf li-... .il. . H -- -V- 1 i ... 0 t. tor rifVTY Jiiiiwsipwwswwpwinwwwppwww''ui u ' jHgSBH Jf .riHww- - .-Jiiif"'r"l IHAffl - W " ' -all 1171 imiiiritf -- - fi-" ' h"-4 " ' ri' "' ' r 'vmSIH :. vr - AmWwuwmmI i il iiilniirtn ..iliin-) i h......! .liiiiiit.i 2LiOOJLX. 0XVMX BIftMTMYi j-. . jMniMritMSiinir school 0:30 K hi.t VMM sit 11 a . Mid 8:M pm.) pmjer ct f l wiwdy Bight I ncetlftg r- MoDiodiM. RoiHh i-Htiniinr school. 0:36 fc.w.1 WvMtuMll um. And 8 p.m.; prnycr meeting twit meancswiy OTening bi op. m. r Uamitok 0 Pastor. . Church or tlibitctcn)jrR6tt--ScrtlccsonBnrt As-at 11A.M. iHxlfliaop. . oxcftMMgon tho ootid Bundnjri Wednesday ovonlngs at 8:30; t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 June 1890

'TfT? 1 if ) rse T i KciwcuDrimMr '- Srr' Mr .' i j'jt4 'IJL-l1 " -1" '-"""l ""1 veo. rveweii sYji:mwie.-wumva. 'tofi "Jf. you are Mtotrt KXKJer ae- m t6 m6nti it yet wrt crtU the 7 'mat;tour ealtk you w efcon tip V tmf-m straw in cuttmg-box and wfcblpi pminJ feed to rinkk ''over Cstohrtened the whole fee Stock WillMK iverj- atom. Especially is llWgood.Way to feed straw to ad ?ante" 1 tysr:tht halen confined in a reservoir is better for irrigation than when 'taken but of wells creeks or ""rivers in the spring: lor for it is warms? . and d&es not chill the. earth. The.'faf- 45pmer who can have a reservoir on'ur i place for a man expense ifmmmw -ii pays to conwrucit unc.r-iiunin& fliiye Stock Jputila!.' S A. corrlsf pnilnt ofithe ICY. Tjjfitfv - ww v - ---- --.- . .w. the expennlerft 6f .irayelliriif th'tf roads ; white muddfih jlarch. It tias'-wdrJc-" ed Wllj betfcrlrtg things at once and giving thttf farmers and their teams' . sme'thtrjg'todo whife comparative) idle thus sav...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 June 1890

Lb.rto tz tr'"- raTr.'VTpiBJHBl''WI!'- 1T""l"'ll'"''"""M"'"f"wi'"""M iiWiiWa. tt." t. vu ww "' ' v v .'.a -. Q v -1 WMWfW. 'IIJIKW i WW'l'aiWaialMElIWlWlM'W " i II 1 wBai Jvf ti xa. ' ii i$9 nerlfclt flovVefa ' oo m;w summer shapes m ladles' M Jts. To bo kold cheap. 4-t Rollins ScYdUNOv .j j '.. . . v a' Cr4 cfcTkahW V. We wish to return our heartfelt 'thahics ioall the ladies that so kindly Assisted us during the illness and loss of nnr darling halie. I Mr. Atoo Mas Jno. StromberOi . 'Ft;-81; team of .tnare mules five and twelve years old 14 i-a to 15 hands high ; new Studebaker $75 wagohand new harness. Mules $aoo; outfit $250. Apply to Hay & Duncan Al- bany Texas 34 1 Sotice to Breeders. If you have a good mare to breed and want to raise a first class colt take her to Texas Prince. His book is not quite full because of failure of some parties to breed mares booked. 243 J. R Welch. . " ' ' 11 .Election of Ofieers. ; The following officers of tlleAbilene lodge No. 559 A. F. &am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 June 1890

w l " 1 w W "v" h i 11 1 1 il. 11 1 I 1 1 " ILENE fm 4 4. jSHt ABILBNB TBXAS. FBEDAY MORNIN0 TTJNB 20 1890. NO. as 9 .... I.. I MM J ..l..l .11.11 nil I. XvJtLr vJlv 1 rLxv JL JL 1 1' j Wjti 3HL 1 . . .a ... -ir---' i'iL-i -' v 1 Miiii--fiiftiriMhBKWT 1 .n 1- -Highest of all Jn Leavening Power. &&&& sBnm k ABSOLUTELY ANOTHIX STEP ONWARD. AbileneJelH Manufatoured Goos t; - .. . n w. ... ... "tn-BJi ' T 'The first shfpmenUliJJI !a .Sort Worth ters.oitiH m .Kff " ' ? jMfcjr t8&3&&bP iWttWJrjBJ M ... questionftijavMr. Sorter is to Decern- niended for the enterprise he display- -edin making this valuable addition to his already large manufacturing busi- ness. His factory is a busy place the men employed are experts in their par- 'ticular lines and the Reporter points to this evidence of its prosperity with pardonable pride. It is such indus- tries as these that make great cities and their proprietors should be given every encouragement by otir home people. The...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 June 1890

WwmamnSM WWKlIi f 3 i:;nr.-..-.r:..(v f."?' -rr ' l v ' ' ' MMMHHHHHHHiHflH ? )' 4 t j. V""' ..."; i r' ." i'i '.'" "i1":'.'.1 '..'".'"."' ".'.". "".'.''." '.'. ' '' '' ..... .. . .Li. .- . . . ; ...).... i). ... M1 ..... '.. i i f '1 ' jj&$ iOdAIi. CHtJKOH DIRKCTOXY Him nt u a. m.'htiil fl:.W p. m.! rn; nnsrct' meeting n. ta.i ecr wcunwuay liiR'n. Metbadltt. South- -Siindiiy tcltiml. 9i80 ft; m. MvtAM'ntlI n. nli and Rit.id.1 nrnvcr metltlir tyWcduci!ittty fivenins nt 8i m . I'fwtor. I Church br 'ha HcuVcnly KMI-Scttlco on Sun- dy nt II ft. hi. ftiiclH:-'iOi.m.r cxcoiitlnRoii tho mcoM titindnyi .Wednesday 'OYonrnga M 8!30J 8unuy eliool At 0:30 n. in.. ChrUtlnn Chure.li Sunday RChctbliitQ'.SOft. tn.'J rvlcd every Snrnlnr at 11 a. .in. and 8 p. m. prayer tnoetlns Wolnesdny nlRht.nt 8. p. m.S' eowtaunlon -rvIee Just filler Kimilftv fcliool on first ana second Himdnyf. and Jtitt iifler Jironcli; In oil third mid fourth Sundays. ' ' p G.A.KAnm I'aitor. Cumberland Presbyterl ttrtrV H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 June 1890

. . -j a . i - TTHinr? 0 ---.. -r.r -; t j . io v.". lTlra AtfrtrtV HfiAd The Stat of fully matured sires arc far more vigorous and desirable than thit' of Srrlmature sires and yet Hie mtatitv of btivers wilt select vouncr lM iiitUire sires ahd pay rhbrc for .-.netn man mature nnu inuu sires ould cost. The day has passed Avhen farmers an afford to natrtimzd the stallions whose services arc peddled about the country at anywhere from $fe down to m iced ot oats xne services ot a goocu ure-brcd reeisteied horse at a reason ble service fee is cheaper than that of . scrub at nothing. M Cable and electric raihvavs are m- interferelng'with the demand for com- mon medium "horses and the prices for ''this class are anything but satisfactory. jjui ino-jc who are oreeaing gooo hbrses of the draft undr-coSch" types" ; have no reason to complain as re ports from the horse markets every where indicate a good demand and firm prices for these classes. The time of year is here when brood mares; heavy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 June 1890

lMliHlllliMMilt II t I 1 g smmummmmaiMMu... ...... - WyfiTCTrv " "-h--. Jn(?WwiM.iwtjiH .ww.. HillllMli)!W)Mil!lll -Wwfjiti-iVrfi. 4) HMimni 1 mlii 1)11 mi 111 iimlmmmmm$Wmmmt$mimmmmmmmm ' '- M ' " :: if " L " to .. '.. .."i'i( i1.1 '."'I '..v. - .i11".1.;"..1.; '"' .".. '... : '.' .. . " ' '' '-' ' '. ".rrrrrr: !& B-T lid I i mtf ilm --i The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT AJIIIiBNa - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY JUNE ao x8go a JOHX IlOEttYs JR. Editor. ' t Oftce in Border Building on Second b'treet. Istered t tiio Alillcnc. Toxin Postofllco n Hccond-Claw Mull Jlnttor. Battcrlptloa JUtei. One year... . . . ....... ..... .$iS Six month; ... ..... ....... 75 Three months............ .......... 4 HNNOUNCEMENTS. ' ' "-."" " ' ' -r FOR ASSESSOR. For Mess6r Andrew'R. Moone. For assessor J. VY Christopher. For issessor II.. Hi Johnson V f ; FOR DISTRICT AND COUNTY CLERK. For district and county clerk D. J. Red for re-election. FOR. SHERIFF AND COLtECTOR. For sheriff and collector J. V. Cunningham...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 June 1890

.f)r r V' iAv t .vi S. OJJtTfcfc CASTER & CARTER .land and Loan Agents a ? North !Fjir8t Street Opposite Depot AJBZnLSZKTEJ . REFER BY PERMISSION to all the Banks of Abilene. ' Special attention is called to the following nstof CITV' PROPERY which we' will take. pleasure in showing "PROSPECTORS or PURCHASERS. ' IMPROVED. $400. 50x140 feet house of tvyo rooms 7 blocks South of high school. $650. 50x140 feet house GOOD WELk trees shrubbery etc. 6 blocks north of ueript . 700. 50x140 feet southeast corner house of twp rooms out-houses fenced etc GOOD CISTERN tJULk OF WATER 2 blocks jvest of Chestnut street. "1 $$W. 50x140 feet ndrtheast comer house r four rooms 12-foot ceiling well finished 4 Socks north of high school. IFwHEnoo. tixtAO feet southwest corner. Xv'hooseof four fair sire rooms I block cast of I JV'high school. $1200. 150x140 feet house of four rooms u hall and porch stable GOOD CISTERN 2 blocks north of Christian church. i $1250. 8oxi4o"feei house of four rooms v hall...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 June 1890

-'" ng'J"- U w4.- &rW-W' wwjt-"Ml- -" "ry " ... i i4r.'lttf Jfo.- - sa.." ' rfflfFr' :ijra(.arV''3t-r:r".-Kj;;-.;.V' ' MuaiuuMoaw vym.: - ".. i.. ;.. u i I HiiUllifiVi tnfi 'fimrtitil I' rt i .-. .Ht&....L...ilJliWiiWiP WP iiSBBHglMBMaflwggnk. ...... ill i I mtHr V' "''."" i'.""T-- - - ' 7" . ' ' ' M .'J -G V '-':' " '.'.' . i'g 1 1 iiuni ' n-n t- I iii.il.'. i ii 'Jit i in ti; i !' Mm 1. 1 i I...; .iiiii it. i.ip if i iii i '".. i " " . (fi wrc'rt.rMft Tfffrte. KI Ii A CHAKX. THF bTTIRV. TtVllilV J Mm A B ktol - .-. . w r it QIK. BUTLER riGURIS. Ha AstoHnitlny Statements Concern- ing Mortagetl FarMs. At the rccfcni? meeting of the Butler dub of JJbston Gem B. F. Butler made ad address on the condition of the American farmers from the ripdrt of whfch the Boston Globe excerpts the following. How does the farmer lose his landst Let us now turn to the. second pro position which illustrates tlie fact that we have set forth in the first as to the rewards of farm labor which I pre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 June 1890

J ft U !M. F 1 f f iv UJfe " Q to l:V IV .A-. HZ POULTRY ' ' (.8ttltry Jfotee.. ; . . Sell iionc but fresh cggst Hatch bantams in August. ' Vheirt Is a good; grain foVegg!..' ': "RiitS Will' earr? oft" eggs' atidt eat chickens. OvcY-fat hens arc miserable Jn the' summer. ' Drakes need to be changed only every third year. ' " pucks can be made to pay well; if firerly managed; Punching aHiole in the web of: ihe foot is"a good Way to mark fowls In summer an occasional fumigation with sulphur -will be an advantage. Avoid giving stimulating foods at -teast during the summer. Dissolve washing soda in water and rinse out the drinking vessels jiylf'anyof the fowls die bury them in the orchard as soon as possible. Ten' drop.? of carbolic acid is all should be given in a quart Of water. All kinds of poultry will eat clabber '.and it is certairtlyTg'ood. fgr them. With young chjekiins' good care must'be taken not to crowd too'many in one pen $kVYhen it ''can" be done it will jjener- fiy pay to...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 June 1890

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