The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, February 4, 1898 Page: 4 of 6
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We have now the choicest
line of Garden Seeds
In bulk that has ever been
brought to Abilene. We
have a complete Hat and can
fill your order for anything
inthigline. If you are not
coming to Abilene send us a
mail order and you will be
surprised at the difference
in quantity and quality of
seeds you get.
ABILENE - - - TEXAS.
THE TAUPE CODNTY NEWS.
JAMES A. LOWEY Editor and FublUher.
MAX K. ANDREWS Associate Editor.
ABILENE TEXAS. FEB 4. 1S9S.
SUBSCRIPTION' RA.TES .
Oaa opr one year ----.- ai.oo.
Oa copy aix months ------ .50.
DiipUy advartlsementa by regular advertisers
cents per inch per month. Transient adver-
tising will be r.h&rrl for at a. rntf ililitinnl tn
Abas conditioned on the length of time position
cupiaa etc. Kegniar auvnrusers will be glv-
a a discount on space or a quarter of a page and
p wards. AH reading notices 5 cents per line
All dues to tills office may bo sent in registered
Utur or by money order. Stamps will be taken
la small sums. Address the Publisher.
James A. Lovnrr. Abilene. Texas.
Taylor County has twice been awarded a prize
1 aaw.OOby the Texas State Fair for beln the
kwt agricultural county in its district and in
law it was awarded the Banner as the beet agri
altural county in '.he State by the State h'air
"Shrewd advertisers know that a newspaper
whose circulation is kept up by lWe doorstep
distribution is ol little value as a medium "
CITY" SECRET Alt Y.
jJ9kens as a candidate for the office of
- ''.retary at the ensuing city elec-
. tionUNETllext - -
We are authorized to announce W S.
O. Johnson as a candidate for the ollice
of City Secretary at the ensuing citv
election in April next.
We are authorized to announce K E
McCauiant as a candidate lor the ollice
of City Secretary at the April election.
We are authorized to announce .1. 11.
Thornton as a candidate lor the ollice of
County Treasurer subject to the action
of the democratic party of Taylor
We are authorized to announce I) T.
Ilarkrider as a candidate for the ollice
of Uountv Treasurer suhiect to tbp e-
tion ot tue democratic party of Taylor
. . .-' . '
"We are in receipt of the second
number of the Texas & Pacific
Quarterly. It is well edited well
executed and profusely illustrated
and it is bound to benefit both I
the road and the country through j
which it runs. The !Nevs man
wishes he had 100000 copies of it
to distribute back east along with
his dther immigration matter.
Henry-Starr the noted desper-
ado has at last been landed in the
Ohio penitentiary. He has for
several years been a terror in the
The State Grand
Lodge of Odd
Fellows will be held in Fort
"Worth commencing Feb. 7th.
There has been quite
between the whites and the blacks
in the neighborhood of Lonoke
Jt is announced that President
Diaz of Mexico is coming to visit
the United States. He. should be
accorded a royal welcome.
shock last week.
ring in Chicago
claims to have most ofthe wheat
of this country and are going to
jump prices up.
ti is said that Waco is after a
cotton mill and when we hear of
a' cotton mill being after Waco we
may expect to hear of a deal.
Gainesrille Texas had a
lire Jan. L'7th.
A terrible blizzard swept the'
New England coast the fore part j
of the week. Great damage to
shipping resulted and much
fering is reported.
Tennessee has at last broken
the senatorial' dead-lock by the
election of Trley.
Farmers sfliould not be imposed
upon by the! vendors of the seed
ofthe African Jackson or Limb-
less Cotton for it is really only
about a third-rate cotton.
Those who wish to rid their
lands of prairie dogs should get a
1 i..r fn tha rrT-icc I
mOVe On lUUluoci lb " b
will ROOn beein tO grOW and then
wlu DU b
it Will be a hard matter tO get thej
dogs to eat anything with poison
in it. 1
Save Your Money.
One box of Tutt's Pills will save
many dollars in doctors' bills
They willsurely cure all diseases
of the stomach liver or bowels.
No Reckless Assertion
Fjor sick headache dyspepsia
malaria constipation and bilio-
usness amillion people endorse
TUTT'S Liver PILLS
TWELVE YEAES AGO.
A Rehash of Local Events.
From News of Feb. 5 1886.
Mrs. Cavett one of the teachers
in the public schools was ill.
Mrs. W. M. Alsobrook went to
South Carolina on a visit.
County Court was in session
and the following cases were men-
tioned: George Swancy. theft of
boots six months in jail: Will
Harris theft of pistol one month
in jail; Link Dennis theft of gun
one month in jail.
D. A. O'Brien succeeded T. M.
McKee as express agent.
Montgomery & Ked dissolved
Dr. T. H. Ilollis moved to Jones
county from Elmo Tex.
The sheriff sold the remnant of
the Ited Walker saloon stock.
The citizens of Merkel voted a
special school tax of 2Uc on the
$100. There were only two votes
David Hunt of Tennessee died
at the Cleveland House.
Mrs. Walker a newcomer died
Mrs. M. W. Herr was reported
A building and loan association
j was organized with 01 members.
Ji. V. Wristen. M. A. Spoonts. O.
W. Steffens. C. Evans D. J. Ked
T IT OoT-trtT. T Ih.vton ? I
Steere and E. ii. KoMins were
I elected directors.
Rev. L. B. Chaney thft iw pas-1
tor of the Prcslo'terian church.!
arriye.1 with his family.
D. C. Payton was quite sick. !
The announcements for city as-1
sessor and collector were M. W.
Xorthingtou Sr. W. M. Also-
brook and F. M. Kelsey.
We are in receipt of 2so. o of
the Southwestern Industrial Xews !
published at Waco. It is well j
edited and is brimfull of such '
articles as are likely to benefit
Texas. Mr. Iloeny. the business
manager always lias a good word
' T "i r it a i "i i i i
i" n Jor uie vnnene oouniry. ami
: :. n nnri fli. in ftiiv tli;it nor
progressive citizens subscribe for
a number of copies to send abroad.
We cannot hope for this to be
very general for we have unite a
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IIUIIIUCI Willi (JUUIll LilL'IIlsei cs
Progressive who help nothing but
tnemsenes anu some 01 mem
never see a newspaper unless it
comes wrapped around some pur-
chase they have made. Uitt this
fact should not deter the others
from doing what is right lor it is
a fact that about one-hall of the
human family have the entire
load to carry in everything that
tends toward enterprise and ad-
vancement. Don't miss the Valentine Tea
at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. J. C
Lowdon. Friday Feb. 11th. at S
... ..p.m. A programme of the best
i conflict i i i . -ii i.i
1 locui uueiu win oe iemiereu.
Dainty refreshments of hearts
kisses and moonshine will be
Vdmission only 10c.
The Furopean countries seem
to be getting into a tangle now
that may mean war.
Symptoms ol kidney troubles
should be promptly attended to:
they are nature's warnings that
something is wrong. Many per-
sons die victims of kidney dis-
eases who could have been saved
had they taken proper precau-
tions. The prompt use of Dr. J
II. McLean's Liver and Kidney
Balm has saved thousands of
valuable lives. If you have any
the kidneys try
iit. Trice '1.00 a Dottle. I-or
jsale at Bass Bros.
There are many accidents to
live stock which cause delay and
loss to the farmer in his work. In
a large number of instances the
aelav would be but trilling it
remedy was promptly applied
1 Dr. J. II. McLean s olcanic Oil
Liniment has tor many years been
j regarded as the farmer's friend.
i Its healing inlluence on the flesh
of domestic animals is immediate
and permanent. Price l"c. oOc
and -51.00 a bottle. Sold by Bass
A slight cough is a slight thing
but it may become serious: do not
hesitate to buy a bottle of Dr.
Simmons' Cough Syrup: it will
cure you. Satisfaction guaran-
teed. Fifty cents and fifty doses.
For sale by Bass Bros.
A Wonderful DUcovcrj
la.-t quarter of a century
many wowlcrful dix'ovcrii'
U n(ne mt iavt. arcompliliI more (ot
Immunity than that Merlins old reimilj
HrowiiN Iron Hitter-. It -rem-1 cotunin
the vcrv elements of pod health and neithei
iiau. woman or cnin
deriving the greatest benefit. For tale by
Bass Bros. sole agents. Abilene.
f'Want the Law Changed.
At the meeting of the Texas
Live Stock Association at San
Antonio Texas a resolution and
memorial was adopted addressed
jto Hon. James Wilson Secretary
lof Agriculture asking for a modi-
fication of section -148G of the laws
of the United States wherein it
is provided that no "railroad com-
pany within the United States
whose road forms any part of a
ine over which cattle sheep
wine or other animals are con-
eyed from one state to another
shall confine same in cars for a
longer period than twenty-eight
hours unless prevented from un
loading by storm or other acci-
dental causes" etc. The resolu-
tion suggested that the limit be
placed at forty to forty-eight
Warrants for Christian Scien-
Ivriknmn Ind Iin 50 W-ir-!
Jvokomo inu ian. ou. ir-
rants have been issued for the ar-
rest of '-Dr.". I. L. Stevenson and .
Samuel Fuller leaders ol the!
Christian Scientists in Jackson
township this county on the
charge of manslaughter. They
are charged with being responsi-
ble for the deaths of a child of the
former and the wife of the latter
both of whom died without reciev-
ing medical attention. The Chris-1 .tr smninli K i ? ' ul l i
p . .. iii- 'betes. Seminal himssions. Weak and
tain Scientists do not believe m ' Luilc Hacks. I.'heumatiMu and irregu-
doctors and Say sickness is until- larities of the Kidneys and l.ladder' in
ing more than imagination. Fill- "lht en and woinen. Keuulates blad-
. . . - p i 1 r der troubles in eluldren. lfnoii-oldbv
lers wife who died last week of our urupit. will beMT.t by mail (.h
typhoid fever did not believe in n-ceipt ot 1. One small botile is two
Christian Science and wanted her i "oiulis treatment and will cure any
. . ... ... I case above mentioned.
husband to send lor a physician.. K- w nAU..ie .M-mufncturer.
but he declined and her death was r. o. l?o. -ih. Wacn. 'iv.
due to liegled. Waco. MV.. .lulv '27 l7. -W'e. the
. undersigned of W'aeo. have ucd Ilall".-
ReSOlution. 'Great Discovery for kidney atd biaddi r
trouble and can elicerfullv recommt i.d
Abilene Tex. I-eb. II. l.SHS. jt. p.n.i. 11.1111::. i:.-hrriir.
To the Xkws: The Tavlori a. S. Koii.k. .io. X. Ui:i:imi.
County liar Association met On I Sam ... ..o-klan.
Wednesday evening and after l. 7. i;.MlfZlm w .1. oihreli.
electing K. K. i.eett clnpriiaii
unanimously adopted the follow-
ing resolutions :
WhcvJas lion. T. II. Conner
of Eastland is a candidate for
Chief Justice of the Court ol Civ-
il Appeals for the Second Su
preme Judicial District and
nereas w e recognize 111s mii-
intuit litne fur the position from
.... ... I
oui association with and practice
before him as Judge of the 1-iid
Thereiore. Kcsolved by the Bar
of Tavlor countv. Texas that we
I.- .t 1 1
cheerlullv endorse Hon.
Conner for Justice of the
'of Civil Appeals lor the Second
District and pledge our hearty
support and co-operation in fur-
therance of his candidacy.
Resolved further that we rec-
ognize in him a gentleman a
learned lawyer an excellent
Judge and a democrat in full ac-
cord with his parly both slate
and national and heartily en-
dorse him as such.
A. II. KiKin. Chairman.
Traiii Robber's Outfit.
Kansas City Mo. Jan. L'S. - Jno.
F. Kennedy a loeomotive engi-
neer who hah twice been tried for
complicity in train robberies at
lilue Cut. was picked up on West
j Fifteenth sheet to-night in an un-
conscious condition by persons
who had seen luitt thrown from a
horse which he was nding the
horse having slipped on the
Kennedy was disguised by a
false chin beard and was equipped
1 for an expedition that could not
; have meant peace lor his l'ellow-
j men. In one ol Kennedy's pock-
ets was a black domino mask.
Distributed about his clothing
' were the several pieces of a dis-
jointed shotgun. In addition lo
these were a M-caliber revolver
and ajiberal supply of cartridges
and shot gun shells. He also
earned a lantern. Kennedy who
is detained by the police says he
was starting on a hunting trip.
As soon as Kennedy's mishap
was known all the railroad head-
quarters w ere notified and through
fear that another train robbery
might be attempted at Blue Cut.
guards went out on ever train that
lelt here during the night.
Tranxlor.s ot Steal 1-N(afe.
llccord of deed? filed at 'I aylor count
Court house lor the week ending Feb.
J. I"!-. lleportcd b .1. ll.I'ickfn.- V
11 II Hlairand wife to i W and M K
Kellev. lots 1:5. It and l.i in i)lok M.
1 W Hoyccto.I I. Keed. lot I. 2 and-
block ;i'J. iMcrkel. fi)r."7..
.11. l.'ecd and w Ue to 15 F .Mai lory
loll and :i in block :U. Merkel. b.r
T u Andcr.-on. rrutec. to II A K di-li.-.
Ucceivcr. northea-t quarter .-ectnui
.V.. II A Land forl o..
N V Ilrookresoii to II I-. Trari-. art
of.-ection I. block . II L i. II II II
iiircv. for i'.VKK
.1 G'llen.-lcc. ct al. to .1 M linll. bm
acres out of northeast quarter sect ion 71.
block r.i. T v T Il'y. iori:i7u.
1) Miller tot: 1. Miller undivided in-te're-t
in -":' acres out of Samuel An-
drews surrey for -I and assumption of
v. I. note.
W I Tatton :iud wife et al.. to .1 1)
Childers. part ofthe Thos U'iilianis.-ur-vcv
No. 1. for;?H.
MrsT Cummini;- to W I) Fatton. un-
divided half ofTho- Williams' league
1) W P.ntton anu wife et ah. to II I.
Colcotc. part of Tho Williams surey
No. 1. for 5;mi.
Our Honor JRoll.
Tom Warren... !-
S II Curtis I-'1"
Theo Ilevck. .Ir I.ihi
Ceo W Clai-cock !.
Hunt's Lightning Oil
Cures Catarrh. Neuralgia Head-
ache. Cramp Colic and Diarrlnea.
I Failing mouey refunded. For
jsale by Bass Bros.
Faith in Hood's
The Croat Cures by Hood's Sarsa-
parllla Are Indeed Marvelous.
"My husband Buffered with stomach
trouble bo bad at times he could not work.
He has taken Hood's Sarsaparilla and it 13
helping him wonderfully. He also had a
scrofulous humor but flood's Sarsnparilla
cured this and he has had no troublo
with it since. My little boy too has been
taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and it has
given him a good appetite. We have great
faith in Hood's Sarsaparilla." MRS. J. H.
Edwards 50 Edinburg St. Rochester
Mew York. Be sure to get Hood's because
Is the best in fact the One True Wood Purifier.
Sold by all druggists. 1; six for ?5.
HnnH'c Diflc arc the hest after-dinner
1 1UUU & flllS pjHj aia dlgesUon. 'Zc.
wnai tveryooay Knows
nfe Jtst.if di-pemis upon the condition of
the blood. Feeding as it does all the
orKaIls oI l!e b((.v- it must he rich and
pure in ordi-r touive proper nourish-
mer.t. Hood araparilla makes the
hl1 Ire. rich and nourishing and in
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in .tit a iiii'iur mni-.-N mi- Muuiaiii aim
builds up the health. Hood's Sarsapar
illa wauls oil colds nnemmmia and
which arc prevalent at tins
Hull's (iroal Miscovory
One small bottle of Hall's Great D-
covery cures all Kidncv :;nd Itluddci
soi.i h i;as 1:1:0s.
Citation on Partition ami
TiikMaikoi Ti . To the heritl'i r
au ('n.table of Ta 'or ( nuiit .
Otto W" M Hen" admiin.-trator. of the
e-tateof A. K. Hani.- decca.-cd hairir
lih-il in utir (iilllltx eomt :iti :t!iilie:ilion
t for the partition ami diMiibutioti oi.-aid
c-tate. you are h-reby com uanded that
in Diioiieai 1011 01 1111.-vt i u 101 ioiii eon-
.-ecutive weeks in a newspaper icuulaiiy
pitbii-hcd in the count of Ta lor. you
leoiiireail per.-oii" interested in ai
estate to apin ar and .-how eaii-e win
.-mil partition ami di-tribiition -houM
not be made uliitli aiiiihcation will be
j heard at the February term I ! of naid
' uui'ii Deininiij; i-euruan iin. ivin
(iicn under mv hand and eal of -:i!
"ourt at ollice in the ("in ! Abilene
I hi. ihe::oth da of hcc. A. h.jxs.
.M. ( . I.Wlltl.Hl.
t lerk oiintv 'oiiu. Tahr
'' County Tea-.
I. II. II. Cook. HieriH'nf Taylor oir.
' tv.Tcxu. do he re by certify" tltat tl
above and foreyoini; u rit i- a true -o; .
of the original now in my hand- lb -)ec.::oth.
Iv'.7. II. II. om.
hcnH'Ta lor Co. I e.i
lly llcrnie .Miller. Dcput.x.
o!iei'by lulliaalii!i of I'i
Till. l ill ! Tin lo the Shcritr
or ali on.-table ol lavlor coiiut - .
(treetiii.': ottoW. Mi tleii.-. Admiiii.
iratorofthe Iv-tate l A. K. Hani-.'
deceased. haiiiK filed tn our Count
Court hi linal Are uut of tiie eomh-
tion ol the .-tatc of .-aid A. K. Ilarn-
loirelher with an apidieatioti to be di
riiar&cd lrom .-aid adutisii-lr.it ion. i.i
are hen by eommamlcd. that by puhii-
. cation ol ihi- wiit lot twenU da. - in :t
new. -paper n-mdarly t'libli-hei i: th
county of Ta lor on y:e du- (tiee to
all pei.-on.- intcre.-tcti in the Account
lor Final ctlleinciit : -aid c-late. t
lilc their objections then lo. if ai. the
have on or before the I i-niar term.
I -'.. of .-aid County t oiirt. ruuiiiielie-
iniraiid lo be holdcti at the court hon-ii
of .-aid countv. in the cit of Abilemi
on the -centh da ot February. A. !
1 -:-. when raid Account and Applica-
tion will Ik- considered by .-aid ourt.
Wittier. .M. C. I.ambeth. I ierk ! Ih
oumy l ourt of lalor c oum;
(liven under my hand and eaj
1 -aid Court at m oilier in the cJtv i(
Abilene thi- i'uli day of Dec. A. I. l"-:-7
- x " M.C. l.vMiu in.
O'"'. !iTk rl Hi i oumy i oun f
w "" Tayloi ccu:itv. Tea-.
A ii:i i-(ir. I ecrlitt. I hat the:il
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and forcK'dnu i.-;i true cop t.f the oriaf
nal citation or notice of tinai omuiiiI
now in nn hand.-. il.II. Coik.
-herill. l.ilor i'.. I ea-.
Hy lii.KMi Mu i in. Iej.ut -herill.
!: s and ( C.
- ti miicrs of i "
be almost tii-? '
tircly noided.--t s.
re 1 i eves ex Jfo
p t.-nt zuoth-tr-.
pats tht-m in
ifjilition to do their work
pcibctlv. That nukes prev-
nan v fc-; painful. :d" rtcns
labo: H"d hnsteukrci oi r i:tt r
clul-l l :rth. It hclpb a u mi in
liar strong healthy children.
has aKo brought happiness to
thousands of homes barren lor
years. A few doses ofirn'briiigs
jov to loving hearts that long
fr .1 darling baby. No woman
shouid neglect totry it for this
trouble. It cures nine ca-et; out
of ten. All druggists sell Wine
of Cardui. :".oj per bottle.
sdvlce ! cases rsr!rt-.c srecis!
axir-js" r'vi.it- svntsterr.s.
Liiljs" Ai4-rr Drcjnr-.crt "
:d.cJr.e Co.. Chi-.u-
Mrs. LOUISA HALE
of Jefferson Ga. says:
" When I first took Wine of Cardui
we had been married three years but
could not have any children. Nine
months later 1 had a fine girl baby. '
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0 - THE GREATEST
CLEARING OCT SALE
Ever Inaugurated in Abilene. Prices no object; u
127 Pairs Infants' Shoes
Former price 30c to 50c Odds and Ends price 16c.
200 Boys' Hats
Former price 25c to $1 Odds and Ends price 25c each.
50 Suits of Clothing
Former price $5 to $10 Odds and Ends price $3.50.
150 Pairs Ladies' Kid and Grain Shoes
Former price $1.25 to $1.75 Odds and Ends price 95c.
105 Ladies' Shawls
Former prcie $1 to $2.25 Odds and Ends price 90c.
125 Pairs Youth's Boots
Former price $1 to-$1.60 Odds and Ends price 90c.
50 Overcoats at Half Price.
117 Pairs Misses' Arctics
Former price 90c Odds and Ends price 50c.
242 !Hisscs Wool Hose
Former price 25c Odds and Ends price 10c.
This is no
Clearing Out Sale of Odds and Ends.
.Station ihllenc. T.
I . lip- la'np
t:..l ill llii h-
i - .Ol'! 1 1 II Ii -
i'ai.i t r
Mem baroiiu-tt-r. I"".!.!.
IIii;hi--t barometer .hi.77. date I.
I.owi-t barometer. 2.l. dat -M.
Mean temperature. 17.
II i;!n-t temperature. 7.". date -Jt. hiv-e-t
t iiiper.iture. 21. date I.
dnate-t i.'aily rani of ttiuHratme
I.e-i-t ! nl
ran;e of tcmpiralure.
rciui. for ;hi mourn sit l;. .17:
. 1-. :ni. !--:. tt; 1-M. ":
!-'. tl: l-'.r.!. :; i-:n t;; :.
i:.. l-'.7. I": IMih. 17.
temperature for this nioutl. f..r
Aerage exce-- of daily mean tem-
perature during the month :5.::.
Accumulated eces- of daily mean
temperature .-ince dan. l?t. 122. Aver-
age dail e. '.l.fJz .
"rrevailiug ilirection wind. r-w.
I otal movei.iei t of wind. 7I2t uiu-
Maxiiiiiim elocitvof w ind. direciit.n
ami date. ''. V 2.".
Total precidtation. .7." inches.
Nuuibeiofday-onwhieh.nl iin-l r
more of precipitation fell. '. I
Iota precipitatio'i tor tlii. U.. lM.
11.11; I 7.U;: lvf 11.7.;; iti. 2.71: l"-!.
u..M; l-'l 2.11; l-:2. .:!; ii.:. .;.!:
!-:.!. 1 24 I-'.'-'s l.l."i; I'-Wi 1JI; 17.
1.2-: 1" '". o.7."
Average precipitation fr this month
for 1.5 car-. (.'".
Total deticieticy in prettpation during
Total defy in precipitation sdnee
Jan. 1st. 11.I".
Number of cloudless days II: partly
cloud v das l.J; cloud v davs 7.
Observer. Weather Bureau.
090$ AND ENDS
Thev must 20. Listen !
When you want Groceries call on Rollins & Son
at their new stand next door to the Abilene Dry
Company. We are Headquarters
ROLLINS & BON.
VI a Yorj l.ov I'riee.
I 111. !-. MI- h.Mvl.l .Nr.W Miil-ve-ion
or I).itl.i-i i- tmbii-hed Tuesdays
and hrtda-. Kach i lie consists of
pae-. There aie -pecinl department.4
for the farmeis. the ladie. and the boys
and trirl.-. be.-'nh i world of j;cmcihI jf
new.- matter illustrated article-. Jnnr-!
fcet rejMrts. etc. i uii wi
104 PAPERS FOR ONLY SI.
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Dallas or Galveston Texas.
trsw-t ni t. U.-t-ie
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l.iM-al Weather report for the w .
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br erver U eather HnrcKii.
Ti'A.Ti:i -TrtK-twortliy and act-
ive uentlemen or ladies to travel for re--poti-ible.
establi-bed house in Texas.
Monthly ji;."! and expenses. I'o-ition
ffteiUlv." Ileference. Kndo.-e self-sfd-
drt-od stampod envelope. The Do-f
1 minion uumpaiM iLpi. 1.. wicugo. 1
t . ::s
; Q f: yPpQVGl
lo-t attractive th attrr-
ai;e per-on now-n-dx i-
fast time. I'lVe-tiuiitthe
-ch.-idnle- of the (vtl.ri
Kelt Konte am! m vtil
-ee that on c-in at-
time bv taking tbi line t
The Old States.
Onlv ;'. bourn to i.ut
vrile.Ciiiciniiati and pois.tj
in Illinoi-. Indiana me
(Jhio. and i-orre(poiiii in 4! J
low time to KetiluikV
Ten:ie.-.-c M i--i.-itt.i'
Alaba.na. (tporia. 'nl $
points in the K.-t aai Ih
oiitlie-t. Dm- ext-fUrr
'I hroi:t;h ( ar -rir
another feature. of the litt
U c have two tram le.n?
Teasever tiny cotiipt
1 I'liliiiiaii Vcir jBf
free chhir raw whob r
thnmi(li to Vieiiiphi.- wH
Any of our agent vig!
t(Sad to quote 1ti1 rj1
and trive 011 ail ne --3
information. rile tif
ot them or to
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Wall Paper Bargains.
Having been appointed iimh.
t taeturiTS agent lor Abilene. ujmI
t vicinity I cut now furnish wall
; paper ;md bonier and hang sau
1 lor.' per room and upwards for
spot cash. Telephone or w rile
; postal and I will calf wiih
! .samples. s. L. li ih.
Sign work a special! .
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The Kaiser Wilhelm
Nerve Pills B .
tat tr.T.o hatth
u- vk r t 1 thu
Krii I ' 11 jri-tn for
n . y jr-ar ad
n- r fatl?! whj
'-. t-uu.ii:- a muh
Lutn.w .f Herlln.
U.f 'lel-rate-l cou
3i" !- U t U y
Lost Manhood FaUInn lemnrV
V Insomnia. Sightly Emissions an'd
I? orAer distressing ailments.
It will rentore Cuii'Mence anU inak.
man's M 01 run w.irm. r-kln"u the R
of yiuih am! .!.. f r him wh.! no o?h!r
km.un n?m-.ly will ntr
J.'wire ut rr!u vtl atv-rtU Bon..
think- t;r mthlnK a I cuniai nI'
SAI H J.y nil fr.t.fS ti7"
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v K. W. Pharmacy Co
m j5qOX ST. LOUIS.
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Lowry, James A. The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, February 4, 1898, newspaper, February 4, 1898; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth330316/m1/4/: accessed December 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.