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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 July 1890

y'.y p snojjj -;.' .ip-j r r; s ?5syS .. ' w1' ' i'"' 'f v?? ' 4. 'i n It- J ytmixxt ae w TJnnoxifor g. COLE IN TEXAS FARM AND RANCH itlistandintj the cOnihlaint that rs have to beat art uhdue share 6f (ov;rnwent burdens while enjoy- ing so small a share of its benefit it must not; be forgotten that liehave advanced in general intclligcndc as well as in improved rrtetiibds of fcuhivating me sou. .' It might be supposed that increased' intelligence would give thqm greater in- fluence in public affairs. This would be the case were it not for the fact that the farmers ndvra:c has not kept "pace with the progress of the age. He has riot the shrewdness to cope with those who study the laws of trade and the art of absorption .while his "whole attention is given ftp the man .agement of his farm. lie has lost sight of the fact that kin heaven has not provided for the defence of his' calling a power that rests in numbers;' 'and that our forefathers invented -a plan whereby that ppwer might b...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 July 1890

u !..' ifw?fr -'.v: IJ ' it'l" ' - '( iv ' i jim.-.."i "" ' 1 ' '"" '"i""" i - 1 Mayor CapW' of Et Paso is a-prac-ttcat contractor and builder and while fare Tuesday bought 100000 brick from Russel Winter & Miller to be used lit the flew bank building at Big Springs. Mr. Copies says that Abilene has the- finest clay in Texas for brick and that the best brick in the state arc made here Attention JFtremefl. Foremen will rcportthejr companies at department' headquarters Monday July 28th'; at 8:30 o'clock p. m for drill. Any company not reporting will be disbanded. Members riot re- porting with their companies without good excuse will be dropped from the rolls. By order of J. J.. Clinton Chief F. D. Titos. A. BtEbsoE Sec'yi 1" 1 . . reight Keciepts. The following- statement of the re- ceipts of the T. & P. freight office for the half year eliding June 30th 1890 And for' the corresponding half year ending June 30th 1890 will show that the Volume of freight business has in- crease...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 August 1890

' kkA' '.VOL.-XX 'Mr .'y;t--'. ABILKNE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNHCG AUGUST 1 1800. NO. SI "tt HThe Abilene Reporter. : ' " " m ' i"'." .J .'' "' :';..-.- .... ! - ' . - . . :- . ; x .-"v-:r. ' ' .' l .' .!.'! TIJ' - 13 'wtnw'li. !... 1 V if . Highest of all in Leavening Poweiv Rcvl msm ABSOLUTELY PURE LODGE'S BAYONET BILL. A Clear .and Full Synapsis. of:thfe Jrovisslons of : Khatis Generally ' l Termed as the Force Sill' : Something Yry Jew Peopla.Haye avosu nuu wuj.uu JEiVOijruuujr. j I'- Qpghj;' to.Eead. - The bill contains 57 sections 73 pages and over' 17060 words. It pro-. a i:m "" - JuuB?a u! "c United States courts only (all repubh-. cans but one or twoj-lshall appoint one chief supervisor of elections wfio shall control through hte deputy supervisory and deputy marshals alh the' ''elections in his district at which a member or delegate in congresssis to be elected. 1 These appointment's -are for life or - good' behayior and "one chief super- visor is to.be appointed for each state. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 August 1890

; 0 M J r 4 -i M ! M.Ifa. LOCAL. t CHURCH JHMWT8T. Fint JMftlt-undariicIflu1 9:80 a. in; scr- Miin.ni nnii n:u j. in.; prayer meeting lifAiloAvtlMa ..frill. TOVWII rjui.jr aifM lfeftiodlit. South Sunday chooi 9!30 iv m.t Mrrtce nt 11 a. m. ami 8 p. tn.t prayer meeting trry Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. IUMrron i'Mtor. Church d( the Heavenly Rest- Services on Sun day i II a in. ami B:o p. m. excepting on tlio aeeoiid Sundays Wednesday evenings at 8:30; Sunday school nt 0:80 a m Christian Church Swlday chool at DiSOa. m. : serrlcs every Sunday nt 11 n m and 8 p. ru.j prater meeting Wednesday night at. 8 p. mt communion services JUKtnfter Sunday school on first ami second Sunday and Just niter preach log on third and fourth Sundays . dA.FAmm Pastor. Cumberland I'rciiUy tcrfan . Church Service every Stndir morning' and evening! Sunday school ot9:w a. in.; prayer-meeting Thursday evening ltov. J) 0. Dowitt pattor. SECRET SOCIETIES. Abilene Chapter JJo.mil. A. M.-IIoMU s4ted convocations t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 August 1890

jv??Iw!v???vf' ? '."r .y"r ' "H' . ' v ' I . I' i t POUL ICMtlnff ifowls 'Fowlsin their wild slntC) when their sole apparent purpose'sccnicd to be to jjiuijagaic niu sjcciUH mu wuai IUOU thcyf could find and if there happened to be a scarcity only ths strongest cculd survive. But how? pretty has everything been changed by the skill of man Compare if j?ou Will tlicShdrt hota. with' the beef animals of a Ifalf century ago. Note the now rounded form and eariy jmaturjty What in A great measure has brought aboilt this improvement?. The answer is: Plenty of godfftx&'and'ca're .tn no branch of the animal kingdom is the proper' ent thin in improved poultry. Take two parts of fowls from the same flocki and give them to two persons. The one a man who feeds his fovls well the other one who throws a stick of wood at them whenever opportunity offers and who seldom if evergiycs. the matter of feeding them a 'thought il would not be long before a decided falling 6TT wouIHbe mnicedin 'the' (at ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 August 1890

J.W" 'tf VJUT ir .' j " i' f- "X " 'S ' w Tws'(i' X 4 ' " " ' c ' ;f M ! ri ff.m '- 1 V ' y'"1''1 """ oil "' 14-iVfc'1''1' -Mtf n " -- jj- -" -' iiilimi'"Wiil - K - ' - .... .il.. ... -'yirti'.: ' M "'' f' """"-"" iinx""" ".'-'"""' ''.''-'" ' '' "" 'M i J t hi X ' 'The Abilene Reporter PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY AUGUST r 1890. JOHN HOENYy JR. Editor. Office in Border Building on Second Street. -T - - . KntcreJ at the Abilene Texiw l'ontofflce n tfecond-Clnm Mall Matter. Suticrlptloa XatM. Oae yenr. . i . .$150 9k months 4.n. 75 Three months...... i. ......... 40 ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR ASSESSOR Forasscssor Andrew It. Moone For assessor J. V. Christopher. For assessor II. II. Johnson. FOR DISTRICT A)p COUNTY CLERK. For district and county clcrk? D. J. for re-election. Red FOR SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR. For sher'fl and collector J. fa re-election. '' V. Cunningham for county judge. For county judge D. G. Hill.' For county judge re-election H. A. Porter. FOR CONSTABLE. For constab...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 August 1890

J . - y v . " .' ;"!''' v " j .-? ; r .j i k ..!-. ... ' '" '" "' ' ' '!'' ! "S1 "" ' r1"''? '"'' ' ' '' 'v 'Vf! j'V.ft in--l .' :Kf J" :".'! ' "".?sjt ;Jf'-' " (k II f l.NL.: I & r& . -ti 1 7ni HHtfafcMji..iL J r;H. CARTER -i lj Ail 1 rill 06 Lands.Loans and Stock ttorth First Street Opposite Depot BIZEJILSriE; - - TEXAS. REFER BY PERMISSION to all the Batiks of Abilene SPECIAL ATTENTION is called to-the following list of ?jtCITY PROPERTY which we will-take pleasure in showing PROSPECTORS or PURCHASERS IMPROVED. $400. 50x140 feet houseof two rooms 7 blocks south of high school. $650. 50x140 feet h6use'GOODWELL trees shrubbery etc. 6 blocks north of depot $700. 50x140 feet southeast corner house of two rooms out-houses fenced etc GOOD CISTERN FULL OF WATER a blocks west of Chestnut street. $750- 50150 feet N. W.icomer house 4 rooms stables outhhuses etc Good well; 3' blocks north new Windsor hotel. $800. 50140 feet northeast corner; house of 4 rooms and kitchen. and front ga...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 August 1890

"?Trg3!!SB!Sf3aMS swaPBrsiispsTSKTSBSs &xJi4I&2 1 iw ar vzxi if -"T 'i vaiiinwi . .1 . ' ii '" BRMaKT? wmtrnxmsFpw IB J... T L rnr CRICULTIJFUB. ..ttin JL'. . . -j w-.t. "; ll""-1""' u feint in Cern Gultare Experiments made at the Ohio Agri tim'ural' stntibns during the past sea- sons throw considerable lfgni upon if hey do not entirely settle some points m the cultivation of corn About which formers nre riot entirely agreed cither irt theory or practice. As cultivated at the station the following appears to have been pretty well established As x class the large yellow dent varieties were the most productive. Large white dents take sccondplace. In the flint varieties the large white flint takes' the lead followed by mixed flints and' these by yellpw flints. Taken as. a whole or as individual varieties are hot profitable' class for Ohio .lands unieis it shoulds be jin some of the northern sections. In seven years experiments in deep shallow planting the average results show a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 August 1890

w TVf-? " - ' ' " V t .. ' t) mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmBmmmtmmmmmmi: n mi i .11 1 . "j m i WtfAt'l TS0E MATTIlt miL" of Agrieftltsral DejtrtMloii Adrle for rarMcra NO topic writes f. Waldo F.Brovyn to thfe American 'llUraL Hom&corri'; martcis more careful attention 'at' tin's' time" than that of ferictt!r1 deprcs. sibn. That the farm does riot pay the profit rlow that it has in former times or that it ought is conceded on all hands but there is a wide divergence 'of opinion bodi as to the cause and remedv. Some aruue that over-nro- ductiou is the sole cause of the trouble; '(. others that it is a case of tariff and too much middleman : stilt others that it is trusts and. r.ombmatioBS thattaro at the -... i irt-'ij' ' i...!ji'.5fti uottom 01 me iroutne tinq.a icwinmK that tho extravagant arid' expensive' style of living which is prevalent among farmers has' more to. do with it than any1 or all other factors. In my judge metit' there is more or less of truth in all these proposit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 August 1890

cs n;.inflirfiiiwin;nji limi Of THX COXDITIOK tArY lrtt ViktlftMl Bak of Afeilie at bttMa the State of T at ti Cl of Xwlaw July 1Mb ISM. IXfORT Or TI OOHDITIOI xmT of th coiditiojt iisro0"W"i it - t4 VatMf I 4 Mwiiiutt Xatttaal nk W AUk at AWm U itM fttM efj-TMM i tM CUM t BftfrlatM &Ly It 180. f Mm AUtyae XdMl Bkt AWlsw.ia A Wart W 1mm at Mm IW & aM; July lHh 19M. THE TI RKSOUKCRS. KKSOUKCES. KESOUKCKS. Loans and discounts.. $328544 96 Overdrafts smited and unsecured 9475 26 U. S. Bonds to secwe ckcula4;jtoo 00 Otherstocksl bond and monee "vfcifejco Due from approved reserve aeents 21.17 at 1www flint Dtscounia... i $162756 ft o 6 Loans Rnd discounts .... 1 . $86346 1 7 OvcrdrafU secured and Unsecured 4469 .07 U.S. bonds to. secure circulation 12500 00 Due from approved reserve agents 3097 17 r ; . I & ME I uvenwuu secutca ana unsecured U.S. Hynds to secure circulation !&feek8 securities juilgmftritt icTsims etc. ............ DiW from approved reserve agenU. Due fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 August 1890

r - . () ; -.' " . ii ' o r ....- 1.'J ... ... "'.''' ' ' ""'' ' ." ' ?"""'" iiinil li' ' " iT ii i "in li ii imiI i mi ill nil -i'ii mi. in I 'i'i i i 'I li - i' M . i . i i i ' ' ' "'' ' ftniln. li i iih !. li m .. I mi. u il mn I iii.ii. mi iWh..iii . iMii-.j.... 1 . ' . ...I .n. .. . i ...... . ' n .. i ... ti m .i v )nirin.li I ... ....... .j ... -. 1t..... .. - i . uj - The Abilene Reporter. " ' "'" ' ' 'i"1 "' -ii.iuaM.i..ri. ii . i J -I t.i.r' 11 i .......i.. i '. i. iin '' n '. i. i ''' ft '...- ... ....'.. i i ' i .'".!'. ". ' ' ' ."." ' '".' . . . " .'. ' . '? V M4 . IW" V r . '- d-'W. t d '-' -". ' ' ' :: Highest of till in Leavening JoWerU. S. Gov't Report Ailg. 1x7 1889. RoYal &ssm ABSOLUTELY PURE KILLED A MEXICAN. Who Drew a Knife and Was ihtit Dead. Thursday morainf .between;two and- three o'clockV'tYP Madcap! nteri'd Gray's saloon ori south rirsl street and became noisy ' and quarrelsome Mr. Gray asked Robert 12'. ;Burch an. ex-copstabe but noyv a bar- tenderj w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 August 1890

ftuabfcVf rW - &n k v-'i-' wJ"" -ilfc . .- 0 J'! J .taMJ. ubkMiMtf' i! pi-.1i..A4kS. --- U f t "m I l ri 1 I i &. 1 y; " . I lw ' niiili nr ii hH 1 ! !.... Ill !! hli i in j fc . 1 XOOAXj. '7SSS exvifat MwrcdiiYk uttat Similar school. 9:80 a. m.t iter ill n. ui. nrni 8:80 p. m.' prayer mcottut Wednesday night. ' Jhftbodtrt Bonth Sunday ichool 0:50 a. m. j MVteesatU n. ni. nnit 8 p. in.: prayer meeting Jtwy Wednesday evening at 8p. m. (l iMurrott " 1'iutor. 1 Olwroh of ' ho 1 leaven y Rcst-Scrvlcol on Bun- Aa? M 11 a. m. ftiid 8:90 p. m. excepting on the 'jtinnd Sunday; .Wcdticnlny evening at 8;So; tmity school at 0:80 . ni. Ofcrirtlan Church Sunday ichoolntQ:30am MrvKt crrry SiiniiHT at lis. tn. and 8 p. m. m.r tn.j ion prayer meeting wean miinlnn services lustaftCr'Sundar school' nesday night at 8 jp ftrst and second Sundays and Just after preach MHMt usiaucr au av. and 1m leg on third and fourth Sundays. O.A.FAnu Pastor. .Cumberland 1'rfcshvferlan Church Service mtndari mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 August 1890

ll II ' w: ")p &mmkto IMtw tmMfj Xeiee. ' Cramrrtlng the crop full of graft! is not feeding To feed fowls meant! (o ftfv thm to eat that which wilrertable ljw to properly fulfil their destiny. Wl Charcoal' mixed with soft feed1 for OJW ..kinds of ponlrry is better and "PlwSaper than any condition ' powders because it is good andiharmlesk which cannot be said of patent nostrums. The coast region of Louisiana "is getting to be a wonderful egg produc- ing section. New.Orkans commission merchants report that the out put in four coast parishes has doubled in two years and surpasses that of the balance of tlie state. When heps begin shedding ther feathers they generally begjn to" quit laying Ifilicyjare fed on good healthy food that is easily digested and espe- cially reen sttfinv they will continue to. - drop ari'occasibnal egg all through the moulting season. During; these1 hot summerdays when v scekfne Umbrageous recesses and cool? . ing drafts don't forget that probably: vour hen'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 August 1890

a V w I W 1" i - i'V rSlTj Ifl I I m w m vj; if. B J m. vilft Abilene Reporter. "k .. i. . .nP( DAT Awmatx TBXA8. iwy. AlUAYt AUGUST ft 1890. 'itii:.rf. '.ffiV ItOENYx JR. Editor. 0ee in' Border IhtlltUng on Second iJtrceL Wered at llio Abilene Texas Postomco as ticco.ndClass Mall Matter. BaVtilptloa Kates. One year six Months. tii. 'Three months...... . ikit-4t 4 ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR ASSESSOR. J .. '.. For assessor Andrew tt. Moone.j For assessor J. V fchristopherJ ' For assessor H. H. Johnson. ' . x ; t'.- " FOR DISTRICT AND COUNTV" CLERK. For district and county clerk. D. J. Red .''for re-election. -r FOR SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR. ' y sherTf and. collector J. V. Cunningham ;mr cciciuuu FOR COUNTY JUDGE ty; For county judge D. G. Hill. i-'; F6r county judge re-eleclion l. A.; Porter. FOR' CONSTA11LE. "For constable precinct No ..IWilliams. - ; s -... For constable precinct No"; 1 !fiti;" . ''"' J. 6. Now- :For. constable precinct No. I J. Vft Haley. FOR ANIMAL AND HIDE INSPECTOR. '; ' ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 August 1890

t iifan.ii.ii r i ttl JCi St. OXBTXR Cabter & CJarter 4 J . and and Loan 'i IMM North First fepECIAt'-STTENTION v . . . . .. fpleasiire iri showing to PROSPECTORS or PUROH ASiiRS. iMNtO'TOCD liAWDB. Ago ACHES 8 l-2milcJ northeast ofAbi-i flene two houses and outhouses: fence J 2 rdi'vlslon fences 90 Hares In cultivation 360 Nacres tine farming land balance tine pas ture an inexhaustible supply m fine well anil spring waler. A Very choice location for a fine stock iarm. Price $12.50 per ocre 1-4 cash. 317 ACRES to miles northeast of Abilene t-2 mile to school and church fenced divis- ion fence plenty of waterfine grass 150. acres in cultivation two houses. 2240 ACRES 6 miles eastof Abilene fenc- ed division fendcgbod soil grass- and plenty of water 90 acres in cultivation 2-3 good 9 farming land rrood house b( A rtiomsl lrlce $j.5o;per acre 1-3 cash balacer 3j 3 andl 4 years. 640 ACRES. 8.12 miles south of Abilene bou fence and division lerice good house ot p5rooms stable good we...

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

m T rv caW (jt..'";'( v ' It '"! 1 for n f l.lir :i 1 llOf ' KfcJt iv a I s ' WITKtll AXIS WJt TKlfDIirr .. "W. Hi COLE W YEXAS FAKM AND RAKdU. tJtldef the old style tif cultivation the deterioration of the soil was io IP rapid tli.it in some localities Of the greatest natural fertility largo fields were abandoned to the scrubs and briars. Under the present system of rotation ana aninciai cnncuniciu inc 1 imiiity is Kept up ana even incrcaseu. This-improvement is noticeable; prin- cipally in sections where the land' is cut up into small holdings and. cultiva- ted under the direct supervision of the proprietor. Where the land is culti- vated by transient tenants the work of dcteorlation is bound to go on as of old. There is no land so rich but that its fertility may be exhausted. Fifty yeirsagOf nearly all. the farms of the northern states were cultivated try the proprietors and their hired help whose work was directed by the cm- mlover. The lontr. cold winters made Jt necessary that...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 August 1890

iy -wuy ;. ryYW??i:' ' '" WjW1 WJ't L '" "" J'n ' ii n... 1.1 Hi.iu ...... .i...' .- ...... --.. .... - .. . ... . t fc t wttfm. . if. I i-OkpU The OattWattn f Arista The ctttienien o4 Aria ajtjjiear to V lie ;latt!ti over the proapeeta of the -tattle indust Thf Arizona GcUtj jf" in nwwmg uruuie on me. buu T)ie cattlemen of Arizona view with pleasure the upper tendency of the cattle Market of this country And those who have staid with their herds during the past five years of depression will in all probability reap the re:rd; of their labor. Suspicion easily finds a place in. the breasts of men. The far- rners are disposed to charge Uie mid.- dlemcii with manipulating the cattle market to the disadvantage of the pro- ducer. There is no doubt that the cattlemen have come into possession of the bulk of the cattle of the coun- try and the fact that the market be gins to moye upward as soon as the Eroducer has unloaded- makes the onest agriculturist suspect that he is the victim of a gi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 August 1890

KFHSV"1 "WWiinMiiH "' '- pf: Mm'Wf- j .- - w-T-rmi.T ii .M.f.-.Mi.wn.i.w. ""'f "I' " ii-r-j.f-.Jmfc TyV fon-iiinttltoVv' li f II .7 nR h . if Pitt mn r i4 cftjpkM liver. William Petty a young m&h about twenty 'One years of age died of ty- ihokl fever Wednesday night at twelve o'clock at Mrs. DeAtmoitd's wWe he Was. boarding. Mr. Petty came from Arkansas about a year ago and was working in a livery stable be- fore ho was taken sick. Undertaker W A Flint embalmed the body and win probably send it to the youm mans relatives In Arkansas to-day. Entertainment at the High Sofcool fast Saturday night i large crowd gathered in the assembly hall of the high school building to enjoy the-lee kire by prof. Parker and musical pro- gram by the young ladies Of the nor- mal. First on the program-ss an- In- strumental solo by Miss FnyTqrrey Who very gracefully responded to ah encore With a second selection per- formed in an artistic manner. Second a vocal solo' by Miss Annie YouBg who also recei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 August 1890

' Ft . ': i- - TR- V V. . V" ' i at 13' 1 a . imh.h1 iLlAlnnir.faMi.jn).i..4Jri '': ..m v v V' ' ' -A' - .i.....- .. T."...... J..... ..... -.. .J... A . y .fl i - i...ll..fck Xgvr .Jfcaiu..- L. IX. aSilenk txa mrDAT jcoricing august is iseo. NO. 33 & THi Abilene JVJIJIlasv 1 JUx ' -' ..-' i .1... .1 rf .Highest of all in Leavening Power. 1 B Kflfc'.ri.' B H'BkL B 'U m ft B '" sH r BkHH 'v nsssrs B ' iH sm aF " H sV ' .asss ABSOLUTELY PURE THE STATE CONVENTION. Begs; JfoBsinated on the Iirt lal- S& Antonio Tex. August ia. 1 .A j 1. jn' Chairman Finley of the lwwccutive.cpmmruee stepped forward and introduced Rev. D. F . Tim ;' mbns of Tyler who prayed jfcrvently : for five minutes to the delegates stand- ' After Chairman J 1nley'& address t nominations for temporary chairman Tere declared in order J. S. Smithi V'.of .Hill county put in homuiatio'n JB. .. "D'i Tarfeton of Hill county and he .was chosen by acclamation. Mrv iFinley. appointedMr Smith.and judge Lusken of Har...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 August 1890

m :V m x .siu;J'' m KM m CHURCH DIRECTORT. Wtiii BptlMiimtjr tehool 0:90 it. 'W.I ecr- rfe At 11 a. ni mul 8:30 ji. m.t prayer meeting wyVclnMUy night. Metuodlit South Snnflny school 9:80 ft. m.t srrlcen At 11 a. ra. and 8 p. m. j prayer meeting' " every. Wc(tncilay evening at 8 p. m. ItiltpTdH. pastor Church at thd Heavenly Ilcit-Scrvlcc on Sun- day t 11 a. m; ami 8t50 p. m.v excepting on- tho Mconil Sunday Wednesday ovcufngs at 6:30; Sunday school at 9 (30 a m. CbrUtlan Church Sunday ienoblat9l80rt.nl.; settles every Sunday at 11 ft. M and H p in; i prayer meeting Wednesday night at ftp. m.t eommunlon nervlcca littt after Sunday grhool on art and McotidBuuiiayfc and Just after preach teg on third and fourth Sundays. O. A. Fiims l'attor. Cumberland Presbyterian Church Services every Sunday morning and evening; Sunday aefeoot at UMO fc m.r'praycMriectlng Thursday evening llov D. O. IfoWjlt pastor SKCRKT SOCIETIES. Abilerio Chapter No. 158 It. A M.-Holds Its tiated convocations' tho....

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