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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 April 1891

in H f y 4 t r I f V STORM-SCIENCE IL1CTXIC CURMNTS OAtJSI THX H.AH1TS TO JLEVOLTE. Jleaion in Favor of Theory. I; TTh Xebulftr Theory Xxploded and Supercede by th Electrlo Theory of the UniverseThe Plansta Wero Once Oometa. . St. Joseph. Mo. April ri. My last letter gave forecasts of the storm "due tor cross the continent from the i 6th to the 20th. On the 21st the weather will be mytuntertain with probabili- ""ties of an extra storm waye in the Rocky-Allegheny valley at that time and in the eastern states about the 22d. The regular storm will be due to leave the Pacific coast about the 33d cross the Rocky-Allegheny valley from the 33d to the 3 6th and reach the eastern states about the 26th. This storm will be most severe on the Pacific coast and in the mountains east of it about the 32d All this period a 1 st to 26th will be very changeable weather attended by high ' winds and sudden changes of temper- ature. Following these storm waves the weather' will be cool for the time' of ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 April 1891

a ' v i a y w "" Ki-' 'i t fc i 4 3 . 'J.. . u r "$ B- i bt t IA ill U r: m I5?-. ;a -M ... The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT JJUXKXB - - TEXAS. FRIDAY Al'RIL 17 1891. Mll . -. 1. 1 ; 1 m'-r-- j" 1 ii"i"i"- '- i TJ -r 0iV JiOENY Jfi. S4ikr. 0Jn lUronTER IluildinRori Second Street. 7fTtm!ii"iijM'Wir..i .;-!-. ; Batofed at tbe Abilene Tm Postoffiee m Sccond-CUt Matt Matter. Sttttteriptloa Xlei One ye&r.. ...... ...... .......$i.S Six month . .......... 4. 75 Tkree months....................... 4 Adrertlilag Ktei JpUjiliiT rXonpMeJllne tl to Inch) Mcu KefulentnrevtertneMuretbent) . Oicrt tbcul notices ... JOrtt Vor eterr oilier" week dlspUjr dverttement dda3cr cent to tholovo rule. 3elil jxwiltlon (prominent) )t page per sent extra. Special position 4th or Sth page to per cent extra. - Bight pRo IS per eent extra. Por Salc.: An eighth medium Universal job press. None better nearly new. Sold to make room for faster p'rss. Write or call on Abilene Printing Co.- Abi- lene Texas. 2500...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 April 1891

I i It j ' '' " " ' i i.ii . i ii. . ........ .t . . . r (1 J '" " '" " ' ' ' -" "-- 1 '- '''". . REFRIGERATORS - Jake LhpoWdkt San Atigelo Texas spcnt.Monday in this city. "' ' '' .. . . 'Hefar the beautiful boIos duetts trios and quartetts in "Pinafore." 1 1 i. Word & Alexander have received something nice in the perfumery lfnfr. m 1 1 1 . iee the new advertisenieut of S. La- povvski & Bro. in the Reporter to- day. & . ry " ''-'' ' . 'f ' 1 w'-. '' ? CARm& CARTER 12MY ' n to -i- J . ' I .. ' .J1 -j ' .-'.; I III j. 1 ' t B x B y I . XLr t I Vr 'J 1 T A '" THE LAND AGENTS. "V; Sw.i . . - ' fei v.. ... . Always -wave BARGAINS in all kinds of REAL ESTATE. 1000000 acres of LAND'$ioo up. f-13$ acrs Chotc Suburban property MU LOTS $40.00 up. ' . CHOICE BUSINESS PROPERTY. KW J1 j w ... AUliJN lb ior the T. & P. R. R. CO. and the FRANCOr Ikr TEXAN LAND CO. Lands in Taylor Tones Shacks jjfjf p?rd Fisher Nolan Mitchell and Howard Counties. These SPSS are Choice Lands Low...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 April 1891

w II II nr 1 si ' c v & ( POUUiRV DEPARTMENT ' -KSl' ffifitt tier i iwm lenmlctrd lr i V. ttmwh to liwhtni nil (sirroiratidrnro (initio ivbkriinuuM .11 liWllMtlH iiu-V. 4lim'txl White PlymoHtk lUcks; In this number of the Monthly we tftvaent to nr leaders it handsome jfcisiritiuii of White Plymouth Hocks lrtftd that has recently been Admit ted to tnc standard. and promises to i One of the leading fowls of America G all Sides from Maine to California cross the Atlantic even to the Ami odcs the name and fame of the Wlmt Plymouth Rock is known and niirectaMl Tlie annals pf chicken - . .... lislorv do not present us with anything ithich can compare to the ''bnohi" on Uii new white Varieties except that 'vthich followed the Light Dramas and Barred Plymouth Uocks. Plutarch in firms us that a white cock was sacrifi- ced to Annul" ns the ruler of the uf per world nnd many a White Plymouth JKock will be sacrificed to Mammon I$ip ruler of this world. It is reported that the "White Ply : B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 April 1891

V'T 'i"v'? '!$ t ' jSfcV ' f flW '. sp? n Viir r'-v "l ' v M V I. "STATE CAPITAL CHAT i Workinf en ApfcreprUUeni and Clos- ing: Bp Legislative Work JUC Grow to Tylr to Voto Dave CuUxrwmV tpecH Had ?otible 'CAndldftcy for the Bonato-Aua- ih aBd tha "DrummorB." Scll CorriotiJciitto the llRroRTe'it. v Austin Texas April n 1891 The sand Legislature will have ad- journed perhaps before this letter ap- pears in your columns and perhaps it will not adjourn before the 20th jnsL l That there is a disposition to hurry matters nnd get home on the part of the Texas solons is undeniable. These warm spring davs remind the "legislator who is a farmer that corn planting time is at hand and the law- K yers of both bodies are anxious to at' icna tne spring term 01 the district courts which. will soon convene. Almost the entire week has been devoted to a consideration of the ap- propriation bill. Marty worthy appro- priations have been passed and many killed. Among the notable appropria- tions which w...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 April 1891

tt P) i u IL .WESTERN CONGRESS 1 1 1 ii i MlITS ATKAKSAS CITT AKB STARTS TXK MOT1MXXT Te Relieve the Wt from T Ha Which That Beetle has Xadur- d too Xea Twenty-five -Sift to 8 Xepreeate4' Let tors from Xarrio and RuskThe Speak- er. Kansas City Vo April 14 The Stat cstern states commercial con gress convened Jtt noon to-day at the Coates opera house with delegations present from the following twenty-fivfc western and southwestern states and 'territories: California .Washington 3daho Colorado New Mexico Wyom- ing Montana Kansas Iowa Nebraska c iliosouri Minnesota Wisconsin. Mich igah Illinois Idaho Ohio Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Mississippi Iustana Georgia Texas and Okla- r homa Tlie delegates are composed main- ly of business men appointed by (he governors of the various states and arc representative qf the western and southwestern people. The conven- tion was called for 10 o'clock but it was nearly noon when the chainmn.of the executive committee rapped for order. Just before the f...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 April 1891

The Abilene Reporter. VOL. X. ABILEHB TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 24 1801. NO 17. w I F r ; V. 9 Jtffc Qt 1 J K ; ? - w Abilene a Railroad Center.- It may be that some of your readers do not fully appreciate Abilene's op- portunities to become a railroad cen- ter. Geographically located Abilene U in the center east and west of the staje. In addition to this your city is centrally located in as fine an agricul- tural country as can be found any- where. The Abilene Country stretch- ing to the north and south of the city of Abilene for hundreds of miles is a level country presenting no obstacle t whatever to railroad building. Be- sides it is a rich country capable of sustaining hundreds of thousands of people engaged in agricultural pursuits.. There is no such unoccupied territory for railroads in the state. ' The coiin-' try lying east of the belt described is broken with ranges of mountains - run- ning east and west but rich with min- eral deposits white the extensive graz- ing lands...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 April 1891

-- WrtK ff 3 ) V I 1"' I 1 T- ItQ. ft MM WMiHEft-SCiUKCL AHX WIATXB& FAY0JU1LI to I H QKQWIXQ OI0M. AjrlctiUaral Meteorology. XasltMica D!st Brought to Bear TTpoa &wretry Kk Xxprrliaawata at Babsvataklap; a Failure Free Flaatlag: WiUFay Better1. JSt. Joseph Mo. April iS -T have gweHi forcciits of the very changeable weather to occur from the 16th to the 6th. and the numerous storm "waves ' that will crOs the continent during that period including spme of the coldest weatlicr nnd heaviest frosts of the month. The last storm vrave of the tt&ntli will be due to leave the Pacific coast about die 28th cross the Rocky- Alfefihcny valley from the 4 9th to Mfcy isi -and reach the Atlantic coast about May ad. Thelow barometer of this storm will take a northern route caus- ing very warm weather proceeding it m most of the states. The lains from - tHiS storm will not be so heavy as were IthQseofthe middle third of the month andtollmving it will be but little frost in the United Sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 April 1891

T" ' .' . " "' 'i JU - . J k x t . T ? J "r r V J J K h inf. There hail taw winnttli Anorov iv. hatlsted in Mftffc ftjMifluebce farmers (o. p ant kzfvmmy have turned the Kocky mourtamfcfctilt the Galveston jeltle or jWUBS' Induced a Wall street gambkr h) foie fpr free coinage of $iver but the ircult is that the last season's croff wiH reaqh more than 8000000 WetJUlargcly more than the world's jtemurAi injuring a large surplus to be carried over and render ing still loscrpficeji for the crop now being plariteddkubly sure. 'If this will cause cgHoMplanters to reflect upon the suljR&Sfpolicy they have fol- lowed so Igngjgmdjfnfluunce thorn to inaugurate suchMthnnge as will fill their barns wiyiprage and grain and convert a large area of their cotton land into pasture it will be a blessing no matter how disguised. In most of the cotton growing regions corrt is from 75 cents to$ioo oats 50 to 75 tents and meat and bread and butler to be bought in the west and paid for from the procee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 April 1891

rfP Him i nil in i i in in I OVERSTOCKED . . ' M f H ' ' ..... - - - - xr1- jj CASH SALE SPOT COMMENCING ' ... . . .. . f FittMY . 4' V MORNING APR s.m mi " m M r i . . "A li. n - F i ? And continuing until stock is disposed $83000.00 WORTH OF GOODS ON .OUR At 7 3-4c At 7 l4c At 7c At33-4c Figured Fast color Turkey red table linen at 19c. All' linen Crash 33 per cent reduction an all embroideries flounces both white and'' black novelties black and sold at 33 per cent below former prices. ' '.:.- v 33 per cent reduction from former prices on all . corsets rushing buttons Trimmings handkerchiefs and laces in stock. The best 130 ladies kid button shoe just received at $1.20. Over 1000 pairs of ladies' misses' and childrens slippers from 35c a pair tot.15 for the very best. A very good white shirt Linen bossom open front and back 'at 48c. An 7r PRICE OUR CLOTHING. ( ; we nave maraed of production we ' .'$ The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AJ. JlBHiENE - r TEXAS. :.: 'i"!1" ; "".' r"!" FRI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 April 1891

Si rm: f5L " 11 HAWTTh' 'flttwVi.Tuti if: v-'-' P H &i mi & Wf Hi mi CARTER &- THE LAND Always Have BARGAINS in 1000000 acres of LAND $1.00 up. 136 acres Choice Suburban property. '46 LOTS $40.00 up. RESIDENCES $400.00 up. CHOICE BUSINESS PROPERTY. AGENTS for the T. & P R. R. CO. and the FRANCO- TEXAN LAND CO. Lands in Taylor Jones Shackel- ford Fisher Nolan Mitchell and Howard Counties These are Choice Lands Low Prices Long Time and Low In- terest. . PERFECT TITLES TO EVERYTHING WE SELL AND ENERYTHINO I; STRICTLY AS MAKING PURCHASERS ABSOLUTELY CALL AND SEE US over Bass Bros drug store on Pjne Street; or write to us for DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLETS which will be mailed FREE. We refer by permission to all thq Banks of Abilene. SPECIAL. WANTED. 1000 lines of adTertlslng In this column at 5 cents per line FOU BALE. Nino room two story residence almost new. over one acre of ground good cistern orchard shado trees barn etc This property Is on South Chestnut and has cast front. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 April 1891

:;(:.&i. T. i HroiTRyblpAkAm .' "WUm m m (nt iKeAMh (5 F. WmtaiV. Wi 2jPt 6 m4h n t 6 subject epM fcufcak in tlve xHliry business 1 Sf course They ate every where o strive nd even lite angels in. heaven II H written had to-iUch out a few of . I here re awicjling butchers bakers and if we used many Mes nowadays doubtless sWe would also be tricky ckMnestirK (.makers. .But not slmr rascals who ar denounced fch. At least that Is Mr P.'s iu He hirasell may be a eumy Aattd. 'Some halr-snlittinir nsycholo- im tht we can never be sure e arc no? iust the onposits Of .totr we ha Ve always confidently sup- jfOel ourselves " t6 be. Others say ssftat o man would recognize himself tV he could sec his own coporeal body ' :HHeni)g along the sidewalk just jDcross the. street However that may ;3e (and as for himself Mr. 1'. doesn't - "'"JKeiicTc a word of it) it is certain that Itr. Pinfeather didn't lenow himself mice lat spring. And mentioning the latter truth re- voinds Mr. P. that certain cur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 April 1891

V . Ill I ' o 1 1 1 1 hi A r i & Jh " I "ri Hi tt'f W& ;?:. ;$t w T If m -.; i T.K .".. :'ii . . ; f'-t V.." OATTLk OK lOp. A Tut That Hltota Ma.ro Sea Kde weYewAg;o-CoMt0gtAy. The" cattlemen's time has come. The turn should have been made two years g6. Mad this Occurred many cows food for breeding would have been ved for that purpose that have now gonq to the butcher. They pre still traveling that way cowb and heifers that would do work for ome time yet. Six dollars and twenty cents has been reached for good cattle and this is only one of the steps to $7 which will be reached soon. There are many men who will not believe it will be permanent but there are. others who will recognize the fact that the better yalucs have came to stay. These will recognize the fact that there is a large shortage of cattle and that the demand is constantly increasing v Our export of cattle and cattle pro- duct for t8go was equal to 1292258 head and the bulk of thi i was passed on from Chicago. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 April 1891

MpPPMpWBgjMiggHBgBgSSyW (& '"-T.1-1"- ' ''MWWW " "' ' MTTWHtlTT "'Umi i i.i Ili.. n.ZV. -. . ' .1Ji"l''""''''"'''''"'''l''''M'w"''l''l'w" " f(i ' FOR SALE BY A m i:.. : i.- K ". I i'V - . . i m -rasgfrgggggag vtaiscta. -. "'' ! rV- i- ' tilebrateJiift Ned valley we have the folldwlng. tracts all fiihe valleyland- (i1 " - n -J. h-'i - ) 1 . . in' mi '- j' 1 In 1 K- K: ist. i tract ol 1 60 i-2 acres. ; ' : . - .''' "'' ' ' " vr " and. i " ' 184V Vv' ' v 3rd- ? ' " 94 -;;f J i $ 4ilu '.i- jx93V; . .' . -V$ AV-V'.ia?'? ; vf?V'1 smV ' " 'si" -i '".ii'L' '; Sth.;!.";1 V;9Voib . .'M '. 'v'-"l ':'' i.. i....!.. r . Ci. . 9th; 1 tract of 177 hcrcs ' ' ' " 1p . jfc'V'..-'ith. 1 ?' " 195' . ."4' ';"''' ; . ; lath -i " " 95 34 "".'' "l '' : '! 3t'- " ":i88ia "'?': ' ; ; -. r 17th. 1 tract of 183 '6xo acres "'""' ;'. t;. 18th.' i' " 1836-16 ; ' " ;. ' : adth.. i "" 178' .;"''. '''" .-'aiai. 1 '.' '' 177 ." . " j W- . .T:: .-li'ti.. ' ; - ; a3rd; i'''''3o'-'Ns;rvVU' . 34th. x ' . . . 359 - . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 May 1891

I i . f( j I .if I j I . ( 1 L . - . . . r . If . . . y-.M.!... i. -. pW..... m-- . .. - .?) it1ifiU...illU..w-'M'M'"'1l ' ' ft"f-PWJ-.-. W-f-... . . tllii.MWMM.M....i. . i -tut I. .Mlmrt... ..( - ..!. ..'- . mm.--..-!.. - --- -.. rV..n n y $m. ... f . m .!. ...i..r rri i nil The Abilene . Reporter. "d I VOI. X. ABILEHfB TKXA8; FRIDAY MORNIITQ. MAY 1 186). 'I WO. 18. m )fl l O a Oar Inter? lews. A rcoortcr met Mr A. EL Watson M who lives oiV a fine farm six miles South of bilene. Mr W has been irt this country three years. He came from Rapides Parish Boyce P. 0? La. and is very much pleased with his new home. When asked how he liked this country his answer was fine" his health was good they were only two miles from good public school had a church right on their arm neigh- bors mostly Americans and had the best of wagon roads to this city where they do their trading. The soil said Mr. Watson is easy to cultivate because it is not poisoned with grasses etc. and the most im- proved far...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 May 1891

(I .' 1 ' THEKEW THEORY 1 faiit ltrm fr4k4JLr. Mky Wt Hai itfifere'. OKXAT TOM S XK.JT7MS. :lWlyMaryTstkirrstlHet to M u Wr Mercwty ' Arrival On Ya&rn Wjffra f orir Kb. Ikftl ad Geological His- tory . St Joseph Mo. April 35. My 'lut letter gave forecasts of the storm ' wave due to cross the continent from April 38 to May a. The ' next storm wave will be due to leave the Pacific eoast May 3 pass the Rocfcy-Allcghcny valley from 4th to 6th and reach the Atlantic coast about the 7th. This stotm will begin to increase its force about the time it is descending the eastern slope of .the Rocky 'mountains and will soon thereafter become a atoim of very considerable force. It will probably be the greatest storm of th month and its influence will be felt in all the states. 1 would not be sur- prised to hear of tornadoes being dev- doped by this storm wave and severe gales may be expected on the lakes. The great storms however will occur in June. Only an average amount of rainfall may be e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 May 1891

fl ' fe f EV it- b'-' v ft W ' k. A i.i L$ H rTj i .i.v STEPHENS APOLOGIZES. ' THI MIMOUlt TllAlUftll HAS MJf. CLIYlLAlfD WHOMQ. Ke rat tks Ix-PrwUent Im a Tarjr XmbarrMefaff VoMi'ioa and X XYaakXaougk to Say So-rWat- Uraoa Tkilu Clrra) Will bethtXext Xoulaee. New York April 34 Ex-President Cleveland has received a telegram from State Senator Stephens of Mis- souri regretting the inaccuracies which appeared in the published conversa- tion he had with him and which placed Mr. Cleveland on the silver question in an entirely false light before the public. MR WAT1ERSON ON CLEVELAND. Galveston Tex. April 24 Hon. Henry Watlerson left on the afternoon train yesterday for Houston where he lectured last night. After lectures at Houston San Antonio Austin Waco and Dallas he will leave for his home in Kentucky. This is Mr. Watter- son's first visit to Texas but those who met him while here hope .that it won't be his last. He looks forward with a good deal of pleasure to meet- ing at Waco Mr. G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 May 1891

La: . L i . ... i' Ti --1 j j l; t Ll- !J 'i. .1111. ..i mmmmmmmmimmmmHmmmummmmmKmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmtmmmmimtmmtmmmmmmim0mmmfkmmm f t J l( Mr T - 'f'- - - OVERSTOCKED SPOT CASH SALE ' s 'if - : HT : . :"'... r- ' m 4 I ffl S I ' Abilene Texas April 25th 1891. . .' -K)000000CC0O00OCO0O0CCCO00OCOOO0CG000& "X - 1 $80 ooo oo I & t -VI. " . V' Al MAHKKI WORTH OF GOODS THROWN ON THE A Continuous sale until the stock is sold out. "WE OFFER OUR STOCK JS FDLL :.. 'ST Vih- H 'i - . .'''IVS" a ' 25 yards best prints for i. 25 ' heavy cotton check for $i. 25 " bfeached domestic yard wide for J 1. 00. 25 yards brown domestic yard wide for $i. Fine dress ginghams per yard 4 1-2C Heavy cheviots per yard 8 1-3C. ; .?; The best 25c cottonades at 15c. : - Satin checks Nainsook at 14 -2Ci.i: .; Scotch ginghams double fold srnall.checks at?c. ':. . v Elegant figured layns at 3 i-sc. Fast color new challies at 3 i-2c. " Pineapple cloth a new jabrique found only in our store Cost to mak...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 May 1891

:t .V. vi-.. Wf- ' i t )K; L .v . y&. fr ) & -- RR'"A li ij m '(j&fX $fiMX hfex 'L r'"'?11 vJiiV CARTER & CARTER THE LAND AGENTS. WAhvavs Have BARGAINS in ft t1; - ( ' 1000000 acres of .'$ :. 136 acres Choice ijjjf; '46 LOTS $40.00 RESIDENCES CHOICE BUSINESS PROPERTY. -.. AGENTS for the T. & P R R. tO. and the FRANCO- ;;f TEXAN LAND CO. Lands m Taylor Jones Shackrl-. V' ford Fisiieu Nolan Mitchell and Howard Counties. These fe are Choice Lands .Low Prices; Long Time and Low Jn- terest. -' TO EVERYTHING WE iSTRICTEY AS MAKING PURCHASERS ABSOLUTELY j SAFE JJ3ST1D SZEJOTTIEZE. & CALL AND SEE US over Street; or write to us for DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLETS VV which will be mailed FREE.- Arfk We refer by permission to all SPECIAL Axr.ANTKI).-1000 lines of mHertlslng In this YV column t 5 cent perllno. WANTED TO PENT. For the summer or longer period a flro or six room furnished house with cittern water. In dcslrabla -locality Jv'o children. Apply at tula office. lH-2t TO T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 May 1891

7 w . II h " h POULTRY DEPaStMEHT. YM departs Hit liOonilncteJ by 0. F. Paiish to Whom nil twrctpnndt je on the vutijcct should budlroued . ASKED AXD AKSWMUKD. pallets vs. Old Sens I often see wonderful reports of egg laying which put to shame alf the ef- forts of hens in that line. Eggs nre ot very plentiful with us but the hens are nearly all old fust how Old some of then) are would he hard to tell I think perhaps five fc-r six years old. Do you think that is the came of their not laying! The Fanciers Monthly Is the finest poultry magazine I ever saw J and I've seen about all of them. Olyrripta Wash. J. D. The first thing anyone has to do who is determined to make his fowls break their egg record it to weed out the old hens and replace them with pullets. For eggs for market never keep a hen beyond the second year. Failure to rigidly observe this rule ac- counts for the scarcity of eggs quite frequently though a great deal depends on the management of pullets. Well- cared for hens ...

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