The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, March 15, 1895 Page: 4 of 6
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reading notices 5 cents pa Una
All daea to thUeSfee may be seat la registered
UTythywmeT etder. Stampawillb taken
a aaall aunts. Address the Publisher.
Jamas A. Loway Abilene. Tezaa.
2ajlaecntyJMatwlca bean awarded a a
fWW.by tne Texas SUteFalr for being
I it Wms aw&nlfwl till. It.nr... . h U.( ..4 '
BWial coaaty In '.be State by the State Kalr
l"taln from the ast arrives at 4: 06 and departs
at 4:25 p. m
Train from the west arrives at 10:42 and de-
serts at. 11: 5 a. as.
We are authorized to announce A. M.
EoberUcn as a candidate lar tbe office
of Mayor of Abilene at the ensuinif city
election in April.
We are authorized to announce D. W.
Wristen as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Mayor of Abilene at the
ensuing city election in April next.
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Sttth as a candidate for alderman from I ho lost Ilia dirtj pOCalJob.)y
at the city election in
the fourth ward
W'e are authorized to- announce
Tfcoraan Buck as a candidate for Alder-
man from the Fourth Ward at the en-
suing city election.
The Spaniards seem to be get-
ting tbe better of the revolt in
The itoh for office has spoiled
many a good citizen. Have you
got the itch?
It is reported that Hot Springs
lias lli cases of small-pox.
China has accepted Japan's
terms for peace. She has been
flogged so often and so severely
that they are about to gire Japan
anything she may ask for.
xne oenaia Mfljaa mat nawai
ian cable aa a;prytfaiiff bnt
the House promptly calI it and
won. Blmft jr good
game when jouTopn timid.
If the chaty fb& es-Senator
Mabone's par.fcj sena-
tors to the ertetftfa85V0OO
be true that pape&lbably
Secretary X2ailiale look some of
gress waan Mr M iniAijiwer
to a house resolution :Irts -not
rofmit jfght of &
fBepresealattYea to rearertbe
Ptcretary.:oX: 5ifaj ujgrto
Mate .the iwhsoa . syykiaf .re-
movals appbintmtnts or reinstate-
.-A Wasbingtim paper says Con-
grssman Bailey ot Taxaa; when
asked whether he tfcMght Con-
grass could fool the Lae&by taking
ricsssea on Suavday instead: of .ad
journing replied: "I don't know;
this Uoagreae naa ftojleq a many
people it's liable to fool even tbe
It is really very kind .of those
distinguished ; BngluhwonVen to
come over. here -fori the' purpose
ol reforming our men "but if the
question isn't top personal hare
all the men in England been re
It seems that John I Davenport
LMttt 1MB Autin. ' -
Buck Kilgore ex-congressman
from the southweetern portion of
Texas is likely to be appointed to
a United States judgeship.
The Mt. Pleasant Times-Review
man gives the Skws the following
neat little send-off: "The Taylor
County jSreva has just passed the
tenth mile post on the road of life
'-j. begins the eleventh with col-
o"'i!j ing and with faithful work
for Abilene and Taylor county.
Success to ve."
tne repeal or ine ireaerai. election
laws which was one ef the many
good things dona by the demo-
cratic Congress has. been putting
in some of .his - Ussa -making love
to other man's -sweetkearte. One
of the other men-gave John a hard
thumping the other day.
The people particularly those
of New York agree with tbe fami-
ly physician of Bors Flatt who
ays the boss needs rest. It
should be a long one too.
Jerry Simpson may find that being-egged
to funeiYia the lecture
route is npt altogether pleasant.
What the .democratic Congress
did was all right; it .was what it
failed to do .that aroused demo-
There are people who say that
Montana' anti-gambling law will
largely lessen tbe eastern visitors
to the state.
Broom corn grows well in this
country and we can see no rea-
Bon why a broom factory at Abi-
lene would not.be a profitable en-
terprise. It would be a great
boon for this country and would
greatly increase Abilene's trade.
I Anson Western.
Surely tbe editor of the Wes-
tern has never been in Abilene or
he would have known that Abi-
lene had a broom factory . owned
and operated by Mr. Mougban a
blind man near the Adam's House.
Charles A. Dana editor of the
New York Sun has been indicted
for criminal libel.
A museum for Confederate rel-
ics is to be established in Richmond.
Doctors say that frozen oranges
are poisonous. A lot of children
have been poisoned in Indiana
from eating frozen oranges.
Better times seem to be letting
in in Western Kansas and the
people of twelve counties have no-
.tilied the public that no further
aid is necessarv.
The Hay ward trial recently con-
cluded at Minneapolis. Minn. re-
sulted in the conviction of narry
lay ward with the death penalty.
If you want to avail yourself of
tbe offer of the News and the Fort
Worth Gazette both one year for
only one dollar you should hur-
ry up as the offer will only be
open until April 15th. If you are
already a subscriber to the News
and in arrears it will be necessary
that you pay up all dues to date
and one dollar in advance. This
will entitle you to the Gazette vir-
a e i
A smile to be worthy of the
name must come from the. heart.
It is the result of an honest wil-
lingness and readiness to be pleas-
ed with little as well as great
Awii Tax March lltb95.
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Bditob lprin sixty
oayr seawon expiree ana ine
wlm. w& eoiiisence to grind
oat two dollar lawa.
The past wmV hM bn a sen-
sational one. Oar yeiigx Gover-
nor undertook' to petate to the
legislature and fired 'is a - sensa-
tional message jdeiatueting toe
passage of certain meaiiree. A
resolution was introduced- in the
Senate reminding the Governor
that if he would attend to -ids bus-
iness that the legislature would do
the rest For 'the sake ef peace
or rather the semblance of peace
the resolution failed to past the
vote being 11 to 12. If however
the Senate had been full the reso-
lution would have carried.
The Governor pertneis has
been commented ' on quite ' freely
and the general -verdict is that he
was pulled most too soon.- He is
not a man of the people like
Hoggl His arrogance -may cost
the democratic party many votes.
The Austin .and Northwestern
-k. a. jo. gareusa tompunenui-
ry excursion to Granite Mountain
at Marble Fallsand Iianio. Al-
though the cranite for the great
State House andinany other huge J
buildings and thousands of tons
for the Galveston. Jetties have.
been taken out of thw mpuntain it
appears as though only a little had
been chipped off the foot of tbe
mountains. At Iano. I met sev-
eral old acquaintances . among
them B. YateSiy the druggist Ed.
Harris who was visiting there on
his return to Abilene and' Press
Smith formerly . of Abilene..
Llano is very beautifully located
on each side of the Llano river a
broad clear stream. The. division
creates a rivalry far greater than
the railroad does in Abilene The
town is not now on a boom and
many splendid buildings are emp-
ty and for sale for less than cost.
I have known Llano for many
years and I believe the iron coal
and gold and silver mines will yet
be developed and that it will be
the wonder of Texas. The A. & N.
W. R. R. people had pluck to build
in that direction but they have
done it and have one of the best
road beds in Texas and all their
section houses and grounds are
tastefully laid off and the manag-
ers and employees are not equalled
for courtesy anywhere.
In my last communication I did
not say what the "I. T." said I said
about "copying" the laws. I said
"codifying" the laws. The codifi-
cation committee has not yet com-
pleted its labors but the redis-
ricting committee has. It has
placed Taylor and Jones with
Nolan and Mitchell and other
western counties but the Nolan
representatives don't want us and
is kicking and before the work of
the committee is adopted many
changes will be made or many
shirts will be torn in the effort.
J L. Stephenson.
Qanfa Avma'ai TtaotMlv
MCBAXvca n m vuqv.
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wilt flsman-Pox Cam no
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At tbe time of the announce-
ment of vaccination by Jenner
saiallpox caused more than one-'
tenth of all the deaths of the hu-
man race. Fifty million people
died in Europe from smallpox dur-
ing the Eighteenth Century In
the Sixteenth Century tbe disease
appeared in Mexico and 300000
of the population yielded up their
Uvea in a few years leaving some
provinces almost depopulated. In
1707 in.Iceland 18000 died in one
year the entire population' beine
but 50000. Seventy per cent of
the people ef Greenland died of
smallpox in 1734. Smallpox is the
most fearful disease with which
the human race has ever been
scourged. Macauley tells us it
was .always present filling the
churchyards with corpses and
leaving on those whose' lives it
pared the hideous traces of its
power. "If a modern traveler."
ays Dr. Hyde "could be trans-
ported to London in the early
part of the present century no pe-
culiarities of architecture dress or
behavior would be so conspicuous !
as the enormous number of pock-
marked faces he would encounter
at every turn." It spared neither
rich nor poor; and even invaded
the palace of the King. Medical
w. r imj ii-aejiaj
ttamav ol ike kody iifwsj anjeaj tfct1
yerttyoftkeblooa. TWwiili iiiaK
ka-we the eUade-4 fctoo men! W
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AMtaeraforaK ni the eatj tea aai
ad tame earn maenmmiC.mmk
ht mm i ei 111 eafl el i oaVIiei al jjj
leap meatal Tor foei SjanS
perfect dJffantkm. Saj.atSFa.
rnrti fTnrnfiai. rfim or flan Mieaai
amd eU other stood dhejenenbteaaajefl
"jua'iae'fe eieij' word wef hari
aid. Thnnaanila t vnlatata-. imu
rk YnNf TO CSsses oa all these
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The annual meeting of the Tex-
as Cattle Raisers Association was
held in Fort Worth last Tuesday.
Moody and Sankey are holding
revival meetings at Paris Texas.
Labor troubles and a strike has
resulted in a bloody riot on the
levees at New OrleauB. Already
quite a numbej are reported killed
and injured. Tbe officials of
New Orleans have asked that U.
S. troops be sent there to preserve
The Indiana legislature engaged
in a free-for-all-fight the other day
in which twenty or more men
were badly injured They acted
as wildly and as foolishly as the
pop legislature of Kansas did a
year or two ago.
The moneyed lords of America
are fighting pretty hard for .the
overthrowtof the income tax law.
Tbe fiftyi-third congress appro-
priated 43341 less than the fifty-
first congress did and $36765856
less than the fifty-second con-
The last report .published of the
redisricting of the judicial dis-
tricts puts Taylor with the coun-
ties of Callahan Eastland Brown
The Greer county case has again
been put off by the United States
supreme court. It is set for the
second Monday in October.
The liar's punishment is not in
the least that he is not believed
but that he cannot believe anyone
There is sacredness in tears.
They are not the mark of weak-
ness but of power. They are the
messengers of overwhelming grief
of deep contrition and of un-
What this county needs as bad-
ly as the mother of the present
needs to restore the old slipper
regime is a return to a simpler
style of living- The prompt pay-
ment of debts and the living with-
in one's income will dp more to
help the return of prosperous
times than any one thing. The
people live too fast spend too
fast and pay too slow. This is
one of the great causes of finan-
cial tightness. Leonard Tribune.
The populist representatives in
congress opposed the appointment
of three commissioners from the
United States to attend an inter
national .monetary - conference
where representatives from all
civilized nations are to meet and
once more attempt to agree upon
some fair ratio :for the. free coin-
age of silver. The pops do not
reallv want the free coinage of
silver except for campaign pur-
poses. Until the nations of the
world do agree upon this question
silver will never go. to the mints
again for free coinage on -equal
terms with sola tdis may oe un
pleasant to hear but it is the cold
clear truth nevertheless. Com-
There is no better happiness
than working fro diffuse happiness.
l9For the best aeed com- for
this country go to Pratt Bron and
tret the Nation com.. They have
just received a car-load.
Dallas Tex March 8 Colonel
Andrew J. Houston son of Gener-
al Sam Houston this evening ex-
pressed to Mayor Caldwell of Cin-
cinnati the dagger which General
Santa Anna handed to his captors
at the battle of San Jacinto in
1836. Just before this battle Gen.
Houston received two brass six
pounders as a present from the
women of the city of Cincinnati
and the cannons were used for the
first time in that battle. Col. A.
J. Houston recently concluded to
present the dagger to the city of
Cincinnati in recognition of the
aid tfcat city rendered the cause
ofTexaa independence in its dark-
est hour. He has had correspon-
dence with Mayor Caldwell upon
the subject and that official re-
cently wrote tbit he would gladly
present it to the city and see that
the weapon is duly labeled and
given a prominent place in a pub-
lic museum. The dagger has a
12-inch blade of the finest Toledo
steel and' a six-inch handle mount-
ed with gold. The scabbard is
made of tortoise shell with numer-
ous bands of gold and silver en
circling it. Tne dagger was on
exhibition at the Spring Palace in
Fort Worth and narrowly escap-
ed destruction when the Palace
burned in 1890. Tie point of the
scabbard was broken off in rescu
ing it from the flames. The blade
of the dagger is slightly disfigured
in a few places by rust
i 1 :
Injured in the Accident.
Sufferer I suppose we shall
sue the railway company for about
Lawyer Three thousand dol-
lars damages ! Nonsense ! Thir-
teen thousand at the very lowest
Sufferer (surprised) Why I
think I should be quite content if
I got $3000 damages. ..
Lawyer Yes probably you
would; but 1 want at. least $10-
000 for myself. Somerville Jour-nal.
She was no Politician.
"Did you see all those dreadful
charges the papers make against
you" said the politician's wife.
"I did" wasthe reply- "What
am I going to do about Jt!
"Why? she answered almost
sobbing "I I'd make that horrid
editor prove every word of them
so I would."
. "Prove 'em! Great guns! That's
exactly what J'm anxious to. keep
hiniironLdoingif I can!" Wash-
Greeley and theProof-Reader.
Greeley as is well known was
a crank on election figures and
knew exactly how every county
and town in the state was in the
habit of going. A slight change
in favor of his own party filled
him with satisfaction. One day
aaystbe New York Express he
came into the office overjoyed that
the republicans had carried the
county of Westchester in a local
election. As usual he wrote an
editorial and put a comparative
table compiled from the Tribune
almanac in the middle of the ar-
ticle. When the paper came out
next day the figures were mis-
placed the Republican vote ap-
peared in the Democratic column
and vice versa so that the com-
ments did not at all fit the case
stated. Mr. Greeley came down
in a towering rage and in a whirl-
wind of profanity demanded of the
subordinate in charge whether
there was a proof reader on the
paper and whether anybody in the
office had a grain of sense.
"Why yes Mr. Greeley; you
know old man So-and-So is the
proof reader and has been for
years. But what is the matterf"
"Matter! Blankety blank blank.
Matter! Why some blankety
blank blank has gone to work
and changed the figures in that
Westchester article so as to make
the blankest nonsense out of it."
"I don't think anybody would
even venture to change your fig-
ures Mr. Greeley. Don't ytu
think you had better look at the
copy before pitching into the
proof reader? You know he is
"I'll do nothing of the kind"
said the old man as he shuffled up
stairs "I'll kick him out of the
composing room. I won't be made
a fool of in this way."
Upstairs there was a scene like
that below with the variation that
Greely told the proof-reader that
he ought to be kicked from one
end of the composing room to the
other. With the proverbial plac-
idity of proof readers and their
provoking readiness for such
emergencies the man assailed
quickly went to the hook and ta-
king therefrom Greeley's own
copy held it under his eyes with
the single remark: "Read that
Greeley did read. There was
silence for a moment and then his
face assumed a look of mingled
contempt and disgust. Then he
turned around with his back to
the proof-reader lifted his coat-
tails and said loud enough to be
heard all over the room :
"Here Sam kick me and kick
me till I holler."
a e m :
What are We Coming Top
(Public School first grade A.
Teacher (to applicant for admis-
si0i) : "Johnnie have you got a
certicate of vaccination for
"Have y'ou been inoculated for
"Been treated with diptheria
"Had your arm scratched with I
cholera bacilli?" :
"Yes sir." '
"Have you a written guaianiee .
mJalo fnHy eetahneh the feet that
to Get Hood's
u Hood' Saraanarilla enrad oar How ol
eczema which physfciana treated!
Tain." Frakz W. BaADbumT 831
Joknaon Avenue Trinidad Colorado.
Hood's Pills eure all liver lib. eonstlpa.
Hon biliousness tick headache lndigesUoB.25e.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
First National Bank
at Auii.exk is the State !or Texas at
THE CLOSE OK BC8I.VK88
March 5th 1895.
Loana and Discounts 1540X2 41
Overdrafts secured and unsecured . . . tS67 96
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 319800
Stocks securiUe. etc 15170 SO
Baaking-house furniture aad Ixturea 10060 00
Other real estate and mortgages owned 8 692 tti
Due from National Banks (aot reserve
Dae from State Banks and bankers 1830 14
Doe from approved reserve agents 14773 91
Checks and other cash items j 2333 56
Note or other National Banks 3685 00
Fractional paper currency nickels and
cents 165 75
Lawful money reserved in bank viz:
Specie ... .... .... i i3 35
Legal-tender notes 7196 35
Redemption rand with U. S. Treasurer
(uve per cent of circulation) ... . 1008 00
Large stock f every tsmliigiB
.tI e -'i.
the wodd ewer si
i x. laC
jJrii " . im.w'r2t3iWrr-
ri 'T .. .-X. TT. T-iKE
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44LL ' i.-
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Line at Prices to rait the tlMes. Call
.aspect the stack whea rim waat
amai sunn j'--:
jKycsj jjjaiiMf;a aatewtpsaaaMaafc'. & ' M
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Capital stock paid in
Undivided profit) less expenses and
National Bauk notes outstanding....
Due to other National banks
Due to State Banks and bankers
Individual deosits subject to check.
Demand certificates of deposit
Time certificates of deittsit
Notes and bills re-discountcd
a loo.ooo oo
m the ABILENE
GENUINE J joht BTTHrtmo SOGER siwiiid
" arJ7- CmCAGa . COTTAdlE OftOAHS
DxmrMoBK TYPawanxaa. .-
Anything in this line on Easy Term or dirt ckea fee Spot Ol
c uwr norm oi rarmera r Merceaata Natieaal leak.
Needles Oil and Kepairinr.-eM
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DIGBY ROBERTS & CO
We now have our yards covered
and full of all kinds of Buildin
dinar Lime. Cement and Brinlr Om
fresh well graded and brteht- Waa
ready to meet any competition in prices.
see us oeiore ouyms;. DIGBY K
me street Abilene.
; -r l. -'-ffos
by rood sheds
-" in. til !-
Total tJ64674 05
StateorTexas County of Taylor ss :
I E. S Kean Cashier of the above-
named bauk do solemnly swear that the above
statement is irne to me best or my anowieuf e
and belier. E. S. KEAN Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th
day or March lt'.5.
(Seal) J H. PicxKts
Notary Public Taylor Co. Texaa.
Correct Attest : J. Jkl Radvoko.
T. S. Rollins (Directors
Otto W. Stcftenb. )
KEPORT OF THE CONDITION
! OF THE
Farmers and Merchants
National Bank of Abilene
Ai Abilene in the State of Texas
at the close of business
March 5th 1895.
Loans and discounts 370375 17
Overdrafts feet-urnl and unsecured
U S. Bonds to secure circulation .
Premiums on U.S. Bonds
Stocks securities etc
Banking house furniture and llxtV
Other real eslate aud mortgages
Due from National BankB ( not re-
Due from approved reserve agents
Exchanges for Clearing-house.
Notes of other National Banks
BURTON LINCiO & 4JX
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All Kinas ot isaiiaing .Material at lower prices than ever before.
'ine -top ot tne market paid in trade or on notes i
Cotton Cotton seed and oats.
Free delivery within citx limiia :
Piano Organ Buyers Read This.
' In solicitinir patroaaire fioui piano and oixaa birvets. we
eaa offer ho stronger argument in our favor te thee who
.elen'tkaow tis er a greater proof of just and liberal traateneat
towards the thousands who patronized our heeeeJthaa a
Mnroesstul business career in Texas for over 28 jean. We
have houses in Galveston Dallas San Antoaie Heeetea
Austin and Waco. We do not curry consigned piasiee: aad
organs in stock neither do we demand notes aor ads li aer
cent tor lesral fee when we sell instruments ea naJei av-
mehta. Our lanre business-enables us to sell pianos and orvana aa'lAwl sssav
nouse ia the Uaited States .quality and grade of instruments coaeMered.1 Our
..all L-nnwn vaannnalklltt. nhtK antr hunt I. 'rwna u.lll . a
nu ...-r.. . ivopvumuiH.J m..u ; " JU W III WIIHnB (V
We carry eve
THOS. GOGGAN & BRO. DALLAS TEXAS
solute safety and satisfaction and protection against ImBeeitiea.
-yi Ding in ine music line 'ine "l'iano and Organ Burer'a GaMe."
and price lists of pianos and organs and catalogues efmedeJ mailed
KrActionnl naner currency
and cents i. ...... 77 1C
J Lawful money reserve in bank vlx:
Legal-tender notes .... 1.000 00 6422 70
Redemption ftind with U. S. Ireas-
urer (live per cent of circulation) . 675 00
Total S 1H.W4
Capital" stock paid in
Undivided pro tits less expenses and
National Bank notes outstanding...
Due to other National Banks
Dne to btate Banks aad Bankers
Individual deposits sabject to check
Demand crrtiflcatrs of deposit
Time certificates of denosit
Cashier'a cheeks outatandin
Notes and bills rediscount
.. 1954 00
aJBVUafB BfP S BBBff HOWS YOUR LIVER?
wi nvu I fKlli
DOCS YOUR BACK ACHE?
ARE YOU WEAK ANDTHIN?
ARCYOUR KlDNCVa AU.RlHT?
DOES YOUR SLEEP REST YOU?
ARE YOU DULL AND BILIOUS?
MARVELOUS SUCCESS rma attended trie uaU of
Dr. J. H. McLEAN'S
Liabilities other than these above stated 403 93
Total S114.634 76
State or Texas County of Tay ter-as :
I Henry James. Cashier ol the above named
Bank do solemnly swear that the above state-
ment is true to the best of ray knowledge and
belier. HENRY JAMSS Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th
day ol March 1S95. Gao S. Bsnnr
'.- Notarv Public. Taylor Co. Texaa
All who see it say it is The Peerless Remedy far carle al atalafs
OF THEUnKIOaEYSAHD ILADKR FEMALE TROUBLES
RHEUMATISM AMD BRIGHT S DISEASE.
For Salt fy mil trtt-cfms immhn. PRICE. St. 00 A MOTTLE.
IM mtm Js la CLtMl MMCiM Cts St sUeMft.
F. W. James .
Geo C. BLanauS Directors
Kb S. Hl-giibs. J
About Finger Nails.
A wbite mark on tbe nail
that you are proof against whoop-' speaks misfortune.
inc-couch measles mumps scar-1 Pale or lead-colored nails
let fever and old age?" cate melancholy people.
"Yes sir." Bro.nd nails indicate a gentle
"Have vou your own private timid and bashful nature.
drinking cup?" Lovers Of knowledge and liber?
"Yes sir." j al sentiment have round nails.
"Do vou nromise not to ex- pnnle with narrow nails are
change sponges with tne boy next i ambitious and quarrelsome
to you and never use any but your
"Will you agree to have your
books fumicated I with sulphur and
f sprinkle your clothes with chlo
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Lowry, James A. The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, March 15, 1895, newspaper, March 15, 1895; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth330177/m1/4/: accessed September 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.