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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 October 1890

ir n 'i tlLTH OOJD Oho of tho Principle Oauaoa Thftt Leaila to Disease la Hogs There 11 a' growing belief coming rtut of the discussion mid investigation into the swine pfagtio and hog cliolcra tlint the loss from these are largely due to want of better sanitary regula. tion. Mr. Galen Willsdn discussing the subject in the National Stockman refers to instances of feeding rotten slops from a hotel which had become stale and full of larvnj before feeding. Fed nearly exclusively on this stuff the hogs broke out with ulcers and finally died by scores. Concluding says : Sweetness and cleanliness of food are essential to the health of all do- mestic animals. It is not a cause for Wonder that hog cholera prevails at times in the wesn The custom there to have hogs follow cattle and subsist on their dropping is reprehensible to a a degree not only in a sanitary point of view but the pocket so often is de- pleted In consequence. I have seen hogs in Indiana eating the droppings of cattle that ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 October 1890

' - -V--- ( ' V i -' " - ' i . ' ' --..--. t) j ty n i i i i i i hi ii ... ' ..'... ..!..! ' 1 .. .' -.L r.....--. - --- --- - liilm iUiIm ait I tjfc - ....imi. IttH hi . .j . ! i.inHiiUliOM ..TIMiiim 11 il umlli w uai t lntJw iiMiJii..' !.. h.iltltoU4-W.iiM.itftiiWIJ--iW. Anfclii iUii .w i iJiffini J an.. . . nHi Hln iti .ii.I.mj.h Hi Mi..-iHI ii.H ii miiiii H l.nin iilnl"ii imli i i ii.imiiIi nntjiliiniii I imiiiw-Hi'i '"""t. i SPECIAL SALE! A'x - ' -FOR- -f- h '" MNOTMER A r' 9 I ' I' . . :n?. ffcf $a '.& t".Tn Vyfem? .''iK-'Wf We are constantly on the. alert to place before pur patrons new seasonable goods at popular prices The recent tight money rilati ket has compelled a great many importers to unload goods at a sacrifice and our buyers have taken advantage of it We intend to placg the goods thus purchased on special sale as fast as they arrive and offer for the week 'T-' T" "" COMMENCING SATURDAY j OCTOBER wk. Continuing Until Friday October 24th. '" W Hi In Our Dress Goo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 October 1890

The Abilene Reporter. VOL. IX. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 24 1800. NO. 43. l i 1 1' i m Tho San Angelo Honriotta and Hod Bivor Railroad. r Tho organization of thp San. Angelo Abileno Henrietta and Itccf River Railroad Co. was consummated in this city lost Monday night by committees from the tliree cities whose names the new road bears. The committees were as follows : Representing Abilene Messrs. Mas sic' DeWitt White Anderson Hccn'y Steffensand Hughes Representing Henrietta.! -Messrs. Goodenough Squires Chilton FcauV erst'ori Easley and Archer (by Mr. Hart). Representing San Angelo Messrs. Swartz Lerch DeWitt Hill and Mur- phy. James P. Masfie was elected chair man of the meetin.g and J. G. Mur- phy of San Angelo was elected sec- retary. After the primary work was gone through with the following board of directors were elected for the ensuing year : W B. Worsham C. W; Easley O. D. Gpodenough of Henrietta; V. D. Reynolds of Throckmorton ; Ed.. S. Hughes P. M. DeWitt of Abi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 October 1890

.'' ."- fr 'V T mwym Mpb mm mnu J-.iMWUW& ffiMmiHi&WHltil&&&il$m&ip y N kj r fi IT Ijt in i JDHtfECk tilRKOTORY. Kli nptl9t-fiunlity ncbool titSO b. iIj aer- ified nt 11 n. rri. and fl:80 p. tn.t prnyer meeting every Widnewlny night. MothodM. 8mlli mnAitf ctilol.fltM r.m.i OTlcrnntll n. m. mid H. w.s fircr meeting ror Wedncmlny ovpnliig nt 8 p. 111. l'nstor. Church of Iho Uonvcnir ttcsi-Hervlcci on Sun- day " i' !y) I'-.1" o'wirt'wt " J ocond Sundays Wednesday cvciilngi. hi 8!30l Sunday school M 0 :M k. nu ChrlMlan c)inrch-8umUyi'clMolHtl:8nn. m.j onlc bvcrV Sunday ni.lln. m. nml 8 p. rn.t prayer mrctliiR Wedncsdny night m 8 in m.t communion (.crvlccs intnfier Htmdnv school mi flrat nml ocundSundny. nml jnl niter preach tng on third nml fourth Sundays. . 0A.FArii. l'mtor. Cumberland l'resbylerlnn Church Service every' Sunday morning mid ovcnliig: Humlny aehool atU:JO n. m. praycr-mccllnif Thursday OYeulng. CV. I0. l)6WlttTnstor SECRET SOCIETIES Abllcno Commnn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 October 1890

' 1 ft). 5-H ro IV &JOB LAND OF USBD-TO-M. Ueyond llie purple hazy tree Of Ktimmct't utmdst boundaries Beyond the lands beyond the esU . Bcyor.d tlie range of eyes like these:;" And only In the reach of the ' Enraptured caze of memory There lies a land long lost to me Tlie land of Ued-to-bc. A land enchanted such as swung Irt golden seas when sirens clung Along their dripping" brinks an sung To Jaiori In that mystic tongue ' -. 'That dared men wjth Its melody f. Oh such a land with such a sea . Klsslrig Its shore eternally I the fair. Used-to-be. A land where music ever "irds The air vi(h belts of singlng'birds And sows all sounds with such sweet words That even in the lowing herds A mcahlng lives so sweet to me. Lost laughter ripples llmpldly Prom lips-brimmed o'er with nit the glee Of rare 6A Used-to-be. " test laughter and the whistled tunes Of boyhood's mouth of crescent runes ' Thai rounded through long afternoons . To serenading pleniluncsi When starlit fcll.so mistily Tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 October 1890

t - - fHWV rf.Wift.gt.. J- If-. m. MM4"4- . 4w---- l1 ii A- Wni".fr..n.-jX 4Uw -V.W - btfgji V (3 Afi 14 . r 1 i .! . II ) If -t-l- .-d - - .iWp'f cmwjwii ixr - rittt rkptlstBundftr RCDOnCf. Tlcc t U . m. nnd mtttj WcdnrBdnM)'' ' i cthMW MBLI8HED AT JSpsSuESNH - - TEXAS. FRIDAY OCTOUER 44 1890 JOHN JiOENY JR. Editor. Office In llofiler )ltiiMing on Second Street. ' """"." .? 1 1-. HI MS 'i .T.l 1IM..1.11 Kntoretl nt tho Abilene' Tom I'ostoniCe nn Hccond CIiim Mull Slntter. Subscription lUtoi. One yenr. ....... ............. ..$150 Six months...... .. . 75 Three month!) .... 40 ANNOUNCEMENTS. I PR ASSIZOR. t For assessor Andrew It. Moone. For1 assessor J. W. Christopher. For assessor II. II. Johnson. FOR DISTRICT AND COUNTY CLERK. For district and county clerk D. J. Red for re-election. FOR SHERIFF AND (fOLt ECTOR. For sherd and collector J. V. Cunningham fo- re-election. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. For county judge D. G. Hill For countyjudge re-election II. A. Porter. FOR CONSTAHLE. For const...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 October 1890

"""I ajiOOA-Xa $ -T fjt -i-;v . - iL Tesfri uftftyutto lml'i Tabie' KAsT-tlOtiNO r-ABSRtfORRt W rri vcs.k i (i ................ 1 1 too A. M.' m; J)ep arts ...... ...... ........ ..11:25 A WEST-BOMD I'ASSfojaKR. frrlvcj. ..................... 3!34 r Departs. ......;..... 3155 r. m. vj soon. See Bass Br6s liolicay novelties. The sidewalks cannot be built too 5 Mincttc photos only $i;oo per doz- en; at Miller Bros.! 39-tf We. greet our readers strong tliis week. id-pages Wnlf Paper from 15c. to 50c. double. roll at Word & Alexander's. 42-tf Mrs. J. G. Curne. went to .Galveston last Monday to visit friends. Extra copies of the Reporter are growing in demand every day. 1 1 Bass & Bros received a- large con- signment of holiday goods Thursday. m " - ' . $ Who' wouldn't be sweet? New crop IDuisi'ana'syrup at 'lackechney's tf ' m - The Abilene dancing club will trive mn e of their enjoyable hops to-riignt. Carter. & Garter have a new adver- tisement in to-day's-paper. Read it. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 October 1890

uMAWMjmsmwiwMimm'kiiMm ugy. fe.-ttWfY- r -- '. MfrJM ' $ trWfctf j - -MVf)-tr . .-- tyiwriiiitfiiitff Hw jwfaiji.mifcmiih.iu w S W r .-. ..-ifcrfor.- STOVES! STOVES! We have just received the largest and .'j' '. i '& v 'V ' rt Mi AKmJi B iii' i ' i liM iMmi I i ii i MMBIIB i i Camps Hai?$ii7$ Ever CHMERON 5t PHILLIPS newspapers. It costs money to have advertise- ments "set" it costs money to furnish white paper to print them on. It takes money to pay compositionibills for the reading matter published." It takes money to keep up insurance pay rents taxes and other expenses; it takes money lo keep the publisher and his family in food and clothing and it takes money to buy Advertising space in a well managed weekly newspaper. There is no reason why the newspaper man should be an object of charity nor why his children go thinly clad and half .starved to school and be twitted by the children of men who have the manhood to demand reason- able pay for their services and the energy and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 October 1890

. '.V '(fPtyff" !-..-; otion Go. ? I Will welcome the excursionists from Dallas and her people will take pleasure in showing them the - CITY - OF - THE - WEST! II I E N E Li ! QUEEN m I i' ' rS lis v h t .1 And the fertile lands and peaceful homes of the Banner County of the State. We Offer ' Some Rare Bargains To those who wish to invest in either City Suburban or Country property. We have Business Houses Residences Vacant Lots (Business and Residence) Acre property in the city Suburban Lots improved and Unimproved Lands in Taylor Jones Nolan and Fisher Counties; among which are the following: - - ' H Jt-' v i 1?7 ' .- ' '!).; l. : .- : . " ?. . . . . j ;. - ' ' 1 I" special bargains; we have 1 2 sect!.; sof first-class land in Nolan couj ear railroad at $4.50 to -$S.g.'i.yer acre; 8 Vr 10 choice unimproved sec- tions.in Jones county at $4.50 to $6.00 per acre. A ranch of 7000 acres in Jones county 85 per cent first-class ag- ricultural land fenced cross-fenced and .farm in cultiva...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 October 1890

- VA-:J'4fflrt -tyV" VIlM'-'ilJ'MMkdtn.iiiil.illfclllV'''Vl'Ul 1 T xiiMV asfta&rosa p ..; utintuj. .tjM4 ?wikA tfcwVittim. ui m. f ffl I m $1 I tfltC. .ftifiig lite following Iri- j. wcnui wcc wumu nui re 'uAll "J U .a 4.1.. Ill t u .! ml. inougu ucauiy nnu wcaiiu wanting this which is within therc&di of every one it should be his df (ier aim to possess ' Next to the sunlight of hcrtven is the cheerful face. There is no mistak- ing if the bright eye the Unclouded WdWt the sunnv smite all tell of that which dwells within. Who has not felt itsefectri(ying influence 1 Que gtande ft this face lifts us but of the mists and shadows into the beautiful realms of hope. One cheerful face in the household will keep everything light and warm within. It may be a very plain face but there is something in it. we feel yet cannot express and its cheery smile sends the blood dancing through the veins of every joy. Ah ! there is a world of magic in the plain cheerful face and wd "would 'not c'...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 October 1890

! GOVHRHOU FRAHOIS' ADDRESS At the Opening of the Dallas Fait-' HI Opinion of the Lono Star Stato. "Imperial Texas 1 Standing W-Jnjc lor the first tirric on thy broad anil generous bosom I hall llicc With the deepest sentiments ot ad- miration and regard. (Applause.) Mr. Chairman U'llcn and Gentlemen t We live in an age of theinarvelous and the accomplishments of our time are las wonderful as the magic achievements of the fabled genii. Ill related in an Eastern legend that when Methuselah was 500 years old an angel ap- peared to lilni and saj'W "UmIJcI thyself a house1' It being the custom of the first men to dwell tinder tlie waving branches of lliepri- meVal forest. "How long shall I livel" asked the patriarch. "Thy coming years will afmost cfpi&l those that have fled." was the reply. "Ah. then for such a short time it is not -worth while" and he continued to live Under his sycamore The centuries of Me--thusclah witnessed less than a decade of to- day and wc Who live in this e...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 October 1890

5 tfa R 'I 1 i w 8CTBE35?M& A ; IAPOISII & 4 nu ktm ' - MflH Fop the Coming Week With the regular sale prices as charged elsewhere in contrast. COMMENCING SATURDAY OCTOBER 24th Continuing Until Friday October 31st inclusive. :To stimulate the Fall Trade and to keep our house where it always has been and shall be i. e. in the Lead on Low Prices We shall sell: In Our Dress Goods Dep't. At 6 l-4c or 16 yds for $1 Plaid worsted dress goods a nice dress fabric for children. Sold elsewhere at 12 130 a yard. Our price this week 6 1-4C. At 8 l-2c or 18 yds for $1 Fine worsted pure wool filling dress goods in all colors also black. Sold elsewhere at 15c a yard. Our price this week 8 i-2c. At 25 cents a yard Moline. the celebrated 36-inch gray flannel dress gqods Usual price elsewhere 40 and 50c per yard. Our price this'week 25c a yard. At 256 a yard a complete linevof col- ors of the well-known Lorrame cashmere which wears equal to the higher priced French goods. They are s6ld elsewh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 October 1890

11 i THE ABILENE REPORTER 1 9 4 VOL. IX. Abilene texab Friday morning ootober .si isoo. NO. 44. r Tho Worid Movcb. In a Kite issue of the Reporter nn article appeared mentioning the or. ganlzation of a company in Chicago to construct and operate ntr-ships and the. opinion Was expressed that (Ms is a realization of one 6f Edward Bellamy's theories in "Looking Back- ward." This week we have the report of the realization of another of his theories. This latest is the '-Evanston Co-operative Housekeeping Association" at; Evanston a suburb of Chicago. The association is composed of fifty famil- ies who have combined for the pur- pose of conducting their housekeep- ing on a syndicate or co-operative plan. A capable steward and caterer is employed to do the. buying control the corps of servants in the perform- .mance of their duties and act as gen- eral manager. Tn6 expenses of the association are paid by the families pro rata accord- ing to the number' of persons in each family. This is. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 October 1890

m 'i ' '' - UUMMMHBHHMMMHUBMMH tljAiiiit r t 1 1) JgrMii WH&l . w&?v&rr.y.t..'?STt.. . .tt ?v.-mra.Wiiiffiiliifiii.i'iftffi&iiitw U i i u 81 m !! 1 if. 'J ri V LADIES1 COLUMN. he Bloom 6n tho Chook of Mnldon hood. There is An indescribable expression In Uieeye every fine observer knows jl winch distinguishes a modest girl front a matron. Look for it in the eyes of our girls to-day. It is missing so often it is replaced by another so unwelcome so worldly-wise so un- pleasantly experienced 'that Wq shrink with a sense of having lost the most precious thing in girlhood. It is not our purpose to prove here that the lax theatrical view of life is largely respon- sible for thisbut only to ask. by the way how far it may be responsible. Hotter likii the Puritan lady to shut the eyes when the! ballet comes ! Bet- ter a simnle. serious unworldly iundr- ance of the low and vicious coming in 1 the name of the high and the cultured; better a thousand-fold the instinct of modesty ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 October 1890

y m! CHICAGO'S TOWERING TEMPLE. An Eighteen-Story Building that will Look Iiike a Monator Tompia. Horman T. Cassette prime mover in the big project of the Masonic tem- ple said t ''The grand structure will have its hrtlts and corridors on the various floor named as are the' streets and avenues of a city. The reason of this Is to do away with all idert tif alt(tudc. Suppose a timid woman wants to see some one whose office is on the eighteenth floor. She will draw a long Sigh murmur eighteenth floor' arid probably go back home without seeing thti persohv or pi'rhnps try tt cover the ease by telephoning. But it she is told by the elevator boy thnt her friend is up on Morris street wit of courset there is no idea of altitude; she steps into the elevator and is shot up to the eighteenth floor. There will be sixteen streets in the temple. They will be named after men 'who have been prominent In Masonry. The first street above the main floor will be named Gurney in honor of the late T.T. G...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 October 1890

ft twilrtw jifrwftwi I'll il V -P'B ft " l r( II IS The Abilene Reporter. r - ' f i ii - - i i in i PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY OCTOBER 31 1890. JOHN HOENV ?. Editor. Office in Dordcr MulMlng on Second Street. ?" 11 m- .!. if Vim - tfu in. Entered nt tlio Abilene Toxm Pontofllce ni Hcynct cinM Mull Matter. Subscription Kale. One ycrvr .....$1.50 Six months.... 75 Three months. 40 ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR ASSESSOR. For assessor Andrew R. Moone. For assessor; J. W. ChriJtopher. For assessor II. II. Johnson. FOR DISTRICT AND CQUNTY CLF.RK. For district and county clerk D. J. Red for re-election. FOR SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR. f . For sheriff and collector J. V. Cunningham fo re-election. FOR COUNTY JUDCC For county judge D. G. Hill. For county judge re-election H. A. Porter. FOR CONSTAULE. .For constable precinct Jta. I J. II. Williams. For constable precinct No. I J. G. Now- h'n. For constable precinct No. 1 J. W. Haley. FOR ANIMAL AND llIDB INSPECTOR. For animal and hide inspector...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 October 1890

1' n if jtt ABILENE Everybody should send maps to inquirers. We will supply all wanting them Parties East wishing Maps or information write us. i We are prepared to sell any of the Texas Pacific Lands. Also the Franco-Texan Land Co.'s Lands in Taylor Jones Callahan. Fisher Nolan Mitchell and Shackelford Counties. Par- ties wanting these Lands should apply quick before all are sold. We have some extra fine SHEEP AND CATTLE So. " ' For sale low. Also Improved and Unimproved Land in Small and Large Tracts. Also City LotsjImprovcd and Unimproved. LKNDS 9 9 IjOO-A-X Teiai and Pacific local Time Table. EAST-DQVND TASSKNGER. Arrives. ":o " Departs 1 1:25 A. M M WEST-BOUND PASSENGER. Arrives 3:34 ft M- Departs.. ..j 3:S5 p M- ' E- H. Sjntenis returned from the fair-Saturday. m IIUULIIV. ..k-V-y- ..w.....B ...... - m good sidewalks. " ..I r Work on the Reporter's new build- ' ing is progressing satisfactorily - ' 'G. A. Kirkland arrived Saturday evening from attending the state fair. 1 The c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 October 1890

fcjftjtiiwi"iiHiiiiiiiwwiiiMifwwAiiiimjiiwiBir nm- S -KMf M 'e''' 1 t K t" if i CMtTXOH DIRECTORY. t'lnl rlantlm Similar wlio)! DsSO it. rn.i Acr- Tlrfc rt II rt. nu mid MjOi.tn. trnycf mooting tof) WcdfiMdny iirIiU Mcilirdlt.NMtli-- Sunday arlioiit 0:80 h. in.! ffcrvlrodnUl a. nt. mid Bp. nti praor meeting crery Wednrwlny cvcnlntf at Hp. m. HAMPTON I'AMor. Chttroli of ttioltcnvcniyllcut !enlcMoti8iin ii j-ot-II . m. nnd K. m.. cxretllnn on Die rimrili fltimlnyi Wednesday ccilng nt B Hilndny sellooVat 0;1O n m. ClirWInti Chtirrli Wimlny ecliool ntPiiWft mt Mirvlc dtrf SuiKlHf at. 11 . m. and fi p. m. n.mr mApllui W.tiliiPMilAV lltfflit At R II. m.s rommimkm nervier J list after Hiimlny Khool nn first nml MM'otidStindii) nml Jtirt after preach- lug oh ttilril nml fourth Humlnjs. O.A.FAnu 1'nstor. Cumberland; I'rcihjrtorlnn Clmrrli Scrvlocii orcrjr Htuid'ty mortiinir nml orculiiRt UuntUy school nl 9:10 a. m.; prnycMitccllng Thursday TOUlntf. Jlav I) C. Hewitt pastor. SECRET SOCIETIES....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 October 1890

K??Bg-a n. Wz z "iEA'fl KINDLY LIGHT:" . Pralao of tlio Groat Cardinal and of tlio Irish Singor. More tlmri eloquence more limn reason or logic more than the Rift to tell n story more tliitn title or position dots the power to put into a few lines the1 faith hope and nnptrallon of the multitude confer immortality Cnfdi. nal Newman dies. rich in the' esteem of rhen honored for hi Ability as a conversationalist respected for his up- right life ami esteemed forthe position lie reached in the church of liis choice; bill when for any or all of these he is remembered btf one. ten will think of htm as the author1 df these lines : Lead kindly Light nmid tlie encircling gldom Lead thou mc on : The nlglit isdarli ondl am far from home ; Lead thou me. on: Keep thou my feet ; I (Jo not ask to sec The distant scene one step's enough lor me. I was not ever thus nor prayed' that thou Should'st lead me on s I loved to chooso.'n'nd lead my path ; but now Lead thou me on; 1 loved the garish day and s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 October 1890

EB9 mm ?3TS i iHfvtm- 1 1 iw m W .m JwJI iftAmilMt iwh-.W-vh''j- llglilhlliMiMira .- - .. mft.nlii..'iViiW .'lmnnt.1 ! ' -. tij-' n. A I I 'i ' 4 V SPECIAL IFOIR TDE3CE W fiyQ i-Wv 11 IE I m i" B5 KB 1 if la. JL oalS COMMENCING SATURDAY NOVEMBER st ) Till Friday November 7 inclusive we have made special prices on the following lines. Please note: In Our Dress Goods Dep't. At 121-2ca yard double width gray serges in different shades wool dyed and ful- ly worth 25c a yard. Our special price this week is 12 I.-2C At 25c a yard Fun 36-inch wide extra heavy broadhead worsted suitings in brown navy blue and black. These goods are Warranted to wear and are cheap at 50c a yard. Our special price this week is 25c a yard. 1 At 40c a yard Fuii 38-inch aii wool fancy striped tricots; They are a new fabric just come out and fully worth 6oc a yard. Elegant goods for child's dresses wrappers and house dresses. Our special price this Week is 40c a yard. Dress Trimmings: we have placed on sale this ...

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