The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, August 5, 1898 Page: 3 of 6
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A general cleaning up in all
lines. Many goods must go
regardless of cost. Some
choice goods reduced 35 per
Madras Dress Goods.
1'2 pieces and parts of pieces of
Madras the most popular of all
this season's productions former
prices 15c and Kisc in order to
close out we reduce them to
A Slaughter of Fine
.'is bolts and parts of bolts oi
Organdies Lappetts Lawns. Ha-
listes etc. reduced
25 to 35perceilt.
It will pay you to watch our
Remnant Counter for the next
few days. Your needs can be
supplied at a reduction of
35 to 50Plrcent.
General Mark Down.
In every department. Many lots
are to be closed at less than cost
ibilene Dry Goods (Jo.
NOBBIS BEOS & MTBBS
- 1)EALKRS IMS-
FAMILY AND FANCY GROCERIES.
North Corner Union HlocU
-. -Pine Street ABILENE. TEXAS.- -
see J. ill. SHACKELFORD.
For Pure Fresh Groceries at Lowest Prices.
Chestnut Street 'Phone 134.
I am ami cimisr
At the same
icver too Busy
J. A. B0YCE The Groccryman.
4 Painting and Paper Hanging
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
All work and material guaranteed lirst-clasp. Bond furnished if necessary.
That two and a half years ago you
paid 25 more for Buggies Hacks
Surries Phaetons and Road Wagons
(and in fact everything that runs on
wheels) than you are paying for
same to-day and by figuring with
me NOW when you want anything
named above you can save from 6
to 20? What caused the commo-
"V:i it the blowing up of the Maine
Or war between the United States and Spain?
"Was it Dewey and his men at Manila
Or ITobson sinking the Merrimac as a :;filler?
Don't you think a "third man" in
the implement business caused the
bottom to fall out of the high prices?
Stop and think before you buy any-
thing in my line what caused the
Geo. W. McDaniel
For the best and cheapest buggies
ever sold in West Texas.
Less than cost to close.
have never carried any ladies'
waists over and we are determin-
ed not to carry any over this
season. $1.50 waists for $1; $1.25
waists for 75c; 50c and 75c waist3
lor 35c and 50c.
Mark Down on Ladies
Mulls Organdies and Wash
Blonde to close out all are mark-
ed down to cost to manufacture.
Come and save
u-reat itecmctions on
Straw Sailors Caps
Misses' Sailors formerly 25c
for loc. Misses' Sailors formerly
50c for 25c. Tam O'Shantas new
and seasonable tjoods .'55 per
cent under the market.
R O C MS
old stand on Chestnut vt
Street and if you don't believe it call n
and see. We are 0-.
To wait on customers and invite you
to call and try us. Our goods are the
best and our prices the lowest.
Did You Ever Stop and
WE WOULD LIKE TO
CUSTOMER OF OURS.
We handle a choice as-
sortment of Staple and
Fancy Groceries and are
extensive dealears in
Fresh Fruits and Vege-
tables and are prepared
to extend accommoda-
tions to responeible par-
ties. Terms first of each
month. Please call and
THE TAYLOR COUNTY NEWS.
JAMES A. LOWKY Editor and labHher.
MAX K. ANDREWS Associate Editor.
ABILEN'E - - - - - TEXAS
J. F. Ruck informs us that he
has hia water connections at the
t Fair grounds about completed.
City Secretary Pickens is
slowly bringing order out of choas
in his department. He is also
gathering m the dues to the city
at a lively rate. At last accounts
he had placed euoucrh funds in
the treasury to take up outstand -
ing scrip to July 1st. Those who
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111 JJil HIL'Ill 31IUU1U lilKL' (Ml lllfll
nais wnenaver inev meei nim.
Mrs. Jiohnefeld has
irom ner trip auroau.
We learn from Mr. Wristen
that Capt. J. V. Cuuninghanrsi
health was improving at Mineral
Capt. Poole was in town this
! week in the interest of the Texas
has been in session this week.
QuincyLowry has been quite
sick this weet.
ftipcKauu i-arni .lourimi.- jsontosee II. V. Colbert's little
Countv commissioners court: hoy Saturday evening but arrived
f;r..l Wnllu ll-;w .... fli-
imnrnvn i in iinoith if
iiiinroVPil in tipnllh. Ic WPnt.
she was sullerini; from an attack
of hysteria and will soon recover.
Prospectors by the hundred
have visited the Abilene country
within the past month.
the countrv this week.
Mrs. J. II. Kershaw
daughter. Kosa made a trip to
Mprkel this week. ;
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John Kershaw will not let
his ripe tomatoes rot on the vines
while the editor of the News'
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visaing Mrs. rayton s iamuy.
i Mrs. Helen Batier and sons'
j have gone to Galveston possibly
I to remain permanently.
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I from a horse Sunday and pretty
! Messrs. I). G. Hill. Fred '.
1.1(1 iv nrniRnn nn.
Cockrell beuate llardwicke aud
B. A. Qox attended the democratic ;
state convention at Galveston this .
All members of the Eastern
Star Lodge are requested to be
present t their meeting Tuesday
night next as business of impor-
tance is to be transacted.
Good showers of rain fell
.Sunday niglit and Monday in sev-
eral sections around Abilene.
J. H. Parramore and C. W.
Merchant left for St. Louis Tues-
Dr. Grizzard went east Tues-
day. Judge J. W. Thomas returned '
Monday from Atlanta Ga. where
ne naa been attending uie uon-
federate reunion. .
J. A. Thomas returned last
Saturday from his Colorado trip. :
Several loads of wood on :
subscription wanted at this ollice.
Bass' Liquid Cresylic is the '
cheapest screw worm medicine. .
Rnan' TPr T.inimpnt will to.
MonUUY morning and aUlOUmeU:. '-.
..n:ii. lias a Very SlCk Child.
Untll to day. . J
I Klder fioli'htlv came in from
-IX W. Wristen returned from tl... ' 11 ' J . " "
;vn to Hand this week to at- i h. r.l urner general passen-! ...: crons in its oath. The dam- r 4. h uv. "'- mominS ami niKht;snnday bcIwoi at o:so a.
..1 inon.n.! n..c ' .! ori t f t lu T - I T'iilwiv ii SIlCHS OI lllii HOTIS nau peueiraieu m.;irayernieetinj Friday nightn.
nd to some businebS. gei agent ot the 1. . I . Jvdiiuay !a ge was not very great however. n t b starboard su. ' u.nfjiim i-astor.
... i-...:. ...i..- Co. came up lrom Dallas and will; Tllu ..;. vilT be of immon.stt -ood Uie ?0rt. .Dovr tintl staiboaul su
1 .'iim uuiar .-luunauu -'13 ' eowl . ru fliv in AhilPiw mill . r n persirucilire. SECItl-71'SOClETIKS.
brought home from Waco a few slenu l lLV uij in ivoiiLiic " wherever it fell. ;' T (ll.:nr ftf inrf frrrt .mn i AWicnc chapter Noisy it. a. 3i.-iioida its
orou0lll IlOIllL II um "Jin .l IC .j k . . excursion With f T eoutract ha3 bopu let for n ! l Il(i hmS o1 Ui PJ" turret Kun 'stated convocations the second Friday night in
days ago in a temporarily dement- . n " .Mlli ntlfMS 1 couiiaci naa oein ici lor .j across the upper deck shook the each month in their hail third iioor i-orter and
i .... t i ...... l.ur. J. U. AlltiersOll .111(1 OlllCIb. ' nwin. rnpK- linno m AIprk-fl tn hr i . .c . . . . ... Keeves buildimr. corner Pine and North Si-niml
I'll PlllltllllOll. l inr iilivsit'iail h:iys ...w.v .- - ... . .w vneen cnnanliii-ih t- nnr a 10 vi c...o " x. . . .. ------
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.urs. in luuiig eiiiuriuiui'u.h.fKuuanuu.u ..I-. i .0 .. owww .u ui.u ..u..w off the Cuban coast had allaj
me lauies oi me isapiisi cnurcn .uoimay inii;iunu ms oivim. ui. ;iui . iiii ui num. uu oauiu (jj jie s(ories which had
Uiirnflci-iv llfillK V!IS U'lfPI !lt nunc also HIS I I) OP v. WillPll will limn MP. ;i soim ...... . ...
'"-U"X-0""J- V .; . . ;'' i V i i . circuiaieu as 10 ner ueiug an un
r . r r . . ..... bro ther 1) r. J irseut. ol M clviiincA . i ro ck. 1 he re. a re o ther cood t nines ' i .. i i
-.urs. m. jouen ami cm aren . of .. comiiiR our way. which will be re--1" '- .
aic viaiuug Ml. OHMS l.UIIUJ in . r.nn.nr. nnrt.wl l-.tor u
move lumps and blemishes from j rell to visit Mrs. Hollis' brother j by Geo. C. Harris druggist Abi-
hnpR. Dr. W. P. Dumas. 'lene Texas. tf
.Mn.r r.r ni.il1mn i.-l.n a r a
troubled with sorea humors pimples '
etc. may find permanent relief in '
B -MIdBi ?! Taw ?? D-H
The round bale cotton gin;
has received several car loads
? fi r. j
W. W. Lrgon left yesterda
for eastern Texas.
Tarleton Middleton is her
on a visit to relatives.
Mrs. B. F. Cummins has been
here on a visit to Mrs. J. E. Chan-
dler. Mrs. S. A. Harris returned to
her home at Gonzales this week
after a lengthy visit to her daugh-
ter here Mrs. Van Ness Lewis.
i Mrs. Ed. Netser of Jim Ned
j died last night.
Mrs. J. V. Cunningham and
I Mrs. It. E. Burch went down to
. Mineral Wells last week.
Wednesday's breeze from the
nortn very materially cooled the
atmosphere. Nobody can com-
plain at this except the watermel-
' on venders.
J. A. Hushing went east Mon-u chairman and secretary for the
day to buy goods. He will stop ncxt two vears and transact such
off at Italy Texas and be mar-0tiu.r business as may legitimate-
ried to Miss Lettie Hill and ; jv eoim. before the convention
bring her back as his bride. ; ;. A. Serviss Ch'ni'n
Mrs. E. A. Pearce was visit-I Republican Executive Committee
ins: in Fort Worth last week. Taylor county.
Mrs. Henry James went to1
Mineral Wells last week.
Mrs. Dr. Styles has been here'
from Gainesville on a visit to Mrs.!
J. H. Pickens. '
There was a picnic out on the
Jim Ned Hats yesterdav.
J.M. Echols' resident and
its contents were destroyed by
lire Tuesday night. There wasi)U0 1
insurance on building and house!
hold goods which will not cover!
j the loss
j j yi
Watson and Miss An
!nie Graves were married Sumhiv!
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Ward olli -
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.lloaC3 .JLinuiICK UUU OUIIUI'IU
returned to Oak Cliff this weekj
alter a pleasant visit to Misses;
kthel and Nellie Uannon.
3rs. s. U. Garrison and little
daughter visited relatives at Mer-
kel this week.
Dr. Hollis was called to An-
; there about ten
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'. ninlrtrs; tt.MC tlw. miIICO nf
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i "" over Sunday.
Hplilfs child is still !
Judge Thomas is quite sick.
C. W. Largenfs little six-
-Tom Willis has a very sick
'child with ulcerated tonsils.
.John Hart's little boy
from his wagon vesterdav and in-
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Jure(l hls eaa-
When collection day came
there was no representative of
tlir "llrrnnt (olleirn" to 1)P found. !
1 (l VuH-elino.. h fnr -... nn
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tn oimw fnr work done for them.
l)0X was seut "oin here
lo the soldiers at Camp Tom Ball
Houston Texas this week. An-
other and a larger one will be'
SGllt j a week or two.
I "" un .!. v. .iti ltn.v-vi im.ui ..nnrIn-l Mw n nnnr mlinfi tlin' JIL'l 101181 tlllSCOtial ln-.irllin!r OVITV Snnilni-
vear old bov was
tlilll III III.UHI. : i..-.ii ". v...
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a.rc.l"e m n.ls "L !f J' ;
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here and that in which but little
will be made.
Twenty more new hands
were put to work on the com
press and oil mill Monday
nrnnrietors of these two enter
prises are pushing their work ;
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with vim. ami win ne ready lor
the fall crop.
Mrs. Maggie Brookreson at
i the Hilly Gray residence West of
' the Palace Hotel is now prepar
ed to furnish both board and lodg-'
d board aud lodniuc at
: $12 per mon
-liass iscsi Liinimcui relieves
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soreness pains and .
Lubricalillg oils of all kinds j
S. J. Scott of Ximent is in '
Abilene with his family. His wife ''
presented him witli another boy
irs. Kate Hollis and daugh-
ter. Linnie. left yesterday for Ter-1
-S. H. Leavell had a line Jer-
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sey cow to die Wednesday night
with some kind of fever.
Frank Harden is at home on
a Tisit to his parents this week.
The Texas & Pacific are now
running the finest Chair Cars in
the South seats free.
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Wbeajou take Hood'a Pills. ThebicoM-fasb-
l0Miit 30gaoated pills which tear you all to
pieces are not in it with Hood's. Easy to take
andeasy to perate is true
ot Hood's Fills which are
up to date In! eTery respect.
Safe certain and sore. All
druggists. 33c. C. I. Hood Co.. Lowell Mass.
The only Fills to take with Hood's Sarsaparillft.
' The Republicans of Taylor
county arc hereby called to meet
in mass convention in the City
Hall in Abilene. Texas on Satur-
day August 6th 1898 at one
o'clock p. in. for the purpose of
electing delegates to the state
; convention to convene in Fort
Worth Texas Aug. lGth 189S
and to such district or other con-
. ventions as mav be called to elect
Grandma Farr died last Friday.
A fishing party visited the old
(Jumble ranch Wednesday and
caught (juite a lot of the tinny
tribe out of Little Kim creek.
The ice cream supper given by
the vounir folks at W. D. Gam-
hhs in honor of Mrs. Hitt was
Woll attended and was enjoved by
both old and young alike
Miss Anna Patton of Guioii is
visitinsr her sister Mrs. U. F.
Fine showers of rain fell here
tin iii!! ii iiii Liiiiiiiaiv iiii in . niinii'
l'Hil on Big Elm which did slight
damage to the cotton crop.
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&"ay and bunclay niglit: some
iuatiiiiii;ij 13 uun uuiu jui ui
t l Afllitlinttw t c imi Irirf. iMt r r.
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T. G. 3IcCoy's gin.
Cotton is opening a little.
To the- News : An amateur cy-
i clone swept over asmall scope of
the Canyon country late Tuesday
evening and cleared everything
from its path. A Vent house on
i Tom Toombs' farm occupied by
Oscar Walker was wrecked the
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main building blowing away and
only the kitchen remained. Mr.
ulkiM had a lei' broken :nii c.nn-
!bS. " u k:..:.7i l.7 !. .
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in. c.i.iju.. Bu.iuicaai i .ucuwu'i
I cim c1im?iL- nrlinil ilonl intvu.
built on the bank block and work
I is now under way. W. N. M.
Grimniit will build two UoxSU feet
and Ed. J. Leemau will move his
printing oflice of same dimensions
in its stead. Besides this G. F.
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Cct. Mlmnn M.... f A K; '
:ienus uiiuruuiig luiugnieis. is inu i
! pleasant guest
of Mrs. V. L. '
The visitors to
the cow'-bovs' !
: re-union numbering in all about
(JU have all returned home. !
i Thirty-two tickets were sold tot
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Galveston excursionists Monday. I
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Work on J. O. Hamilton's rock
house is progressing nicely.
ev. a. J. Bush closed his j
meeting here Sunday night. '
The usual quota of prospectors !
iave been investigating Merkel's :
merits this week.
JJu jLargent 01 AicJvinney is
lere having been called by tele-
gram to see the little son ot his
brother who was kicked by a
horse. The little fellow is pro-1
nounced out of danger. i
Dr. Hollis was up from xVbilene
in consultation with Dr. Leeman. j
Thft Torkftl Bank was onened
for denosits Tuesday moraine and
considerable business was done
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The bank is coiner to be a jrreat
factor in Merkelrs growth.
1 bog to inform my friends and
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and lllS Wife SUflered Slight lnill-f m nMft-.i ttvA nnnoo.
. .. lwl ? TIie geueraI OUtward appear-
rLi5 l rom lie S.ime CIOUU tl i anpp of thp hi Hnafincr fort qllOW-
heavy rain fell and further down1?;.?
the public generally that I have!'1" "' :7r.. T on "J J I
made arrangements to weigh cot-i
ton on compress piaiiorm inusi
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KP1Ir;no-fnr th nnhlio th hPst
facilities for caring for cotton en-
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trusted tojmy care. Thankiug my
friends and' customers for thftir
past patronage and hoping they
will continue same.
M. A. HART
LATEST WAR NEWS.
A dead shot the Boss screw
worm killer does the work. Sold
v r forrr tronotor ot. Momnhia
Ja (ne Tesag & pacificdouble
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venting delay on yoar return trip.
A girl usually announces her
encagMPent to a young man by
off his coat in
T the Farmers tf the Afclleae Coutry :
We have purchased enough Baggiag mad Ties to cover the
entire Cotton crop for the coning season and are now offer-
ing same to the farmers in quantities to suit from one pattera
up at prices to suit the times.
Lapowski Mercantile Ob.
Gallant Steamer Texas.
New York July 31 Back from
the coast of Cuba battle-scarred
and powder-stained and punctur-
ed in spots with her formidable
guns bristling in the sunlight and
her officers and crew laughing and
cheering like schoolboys on a
holiday trip the United States
battleship Texas Capt. J. W.
Philip in command steamed slow
ly up the lower bay from Sandy ; the stamp tax from the shipper is
Hook this forenoon on her way ! treated as an overcharge or ex-
to the Brooklyn navy yard amid tortion. The order concludes
salvos of greeting from the thou- with thenotincation that violation
sands of people who crowded the ' thereof will be reported "to the
decks of the outward-bound ex- attorney-general
cursion boats. .
Salutations of welcome came DIRECTORY COLDMy.
from all sides. Every vessel that
boasted a steam wnistie let it
Rlirfpk- fnr -ill it- wnt wnrth Tho
Sliriek lor dll lC Was worm. L11L
Riiilinor vn!QpI vrnrp nlan in avi
u.....uf . -wwww.u ..v- . ... w.
deuce and the silent dipping of
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niu uuiuia .iuuuiu mc picuouiu
3'achts while not so demonstra-
tive as the shrill notes from the
steamers was equally effective.
The cheers of the excursionists'
auu paoscugcio uu iuc uuiuaoua
-..- . 4Un .....-...r.
ferryboats was taken up by the ... T : cityAitowey.
J . . . . : T . y - J- Thompson . . . . .Treasurer.
people who watched the black j. F.Buck. w. E.iinghes. u. w. xnu n.
painted warship from the XQWZ&g&fiJ-
I M L. T I I VVI-BBBBL.I1.II K fl B I'B Btf
! he brave sailors ;espondcd' witl.
. wnvin nna a.wi inLrnhift
-ni u.Aviri.n -.-
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iapi. X-IUlip was on Hie onage
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directing the course of the Texas.
When she reached the navy yard
uic uutn. ao uunucu miiu uiuo
jackets and marines who greeted
the dock was crowded with blue
ineir ieilOWS WllU IuriOUS euiUU-'acnooi a:wi. m.; services at u a. a.aad 7 ao
siasm and welcomed them back ' $:U.&iES& WwLMidV"t!ac
With lOVOUS cheers Church of 'the Heavenly Rest Services: Morn-
JMi- i i i-ii . ffinjri.rayer daily atT o'ciock; Wednesday night
Willing hands did the Work Of (at S:30 o'clock. First second and third San-
securing the vessel to her moor- SonK SSSStfS &-T&
ings at the dock and as soon as ' 8Bc " Snn.
the gangway Was placed in pOSI- -dayatJ:30a. ru.; preaclunif everySundayatll
tion hnnrlreria nf relatiTes of the
mftn rnshpfl nhft.p1 tn pmhrilP
insn . iw1 rnut on iw
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ana SUCCeSSIUliy 111 Hie Cause OI
r m. . . '
-ll umi u; it.uw mm uuu luugu
tj 0f it and a close inspection
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need a general overhauling as her
Supports liaVC been
All the sailors who were seen
to-day said that the Texas was a t
; wonderful ship and her record
A notw Tuvno Tulv lO 'PJiq
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jjuijuusis xiiuiauu uuiniuuiuu liiu
following full state ticket:
J For Governor
Kirkpatrick of Navarro.
Attorney General J. II
Comptroller E. P
Superintendent of Public In-
struction V. A. Collins of Van -
Railroad Commissioner J. Far-f
ley ot Dallas.
Justice of the Supreme Court :
T. J. McMmn of Bexar.
Chief Judge Court of Criminal
Appeals G. T. Todd of Marion.
"e meeting ai Aieirose oegms
to-night. Bro. Golightly will be
with us a few days and assist mo
t K .il. triK-rk null Va nn .
iu uu Ui
There will be no
preaching at the Christian church
Sunday. All who can will come
out to Melroscand aid in the meet-
Everybody cordially in-
vitea. ne meeting win continue
n ..i ..l- rmv nn1 nntftir
UiC 1LabL wllu . u' uoxx'
The City Council has directed
that all drains and sink pipes
leading into ditches alleys or
streets be discontinued and here-
after water from baths and sinks
be confined to a person's own j
property. I refer you to sec. l J
ordinance 2o .3.
J. J. CLINTON
DELLIS HOME SCHOOL
The ninth annual session will
open August 29th 1898 and will
continue eight school months.
This school is designed especially
for pupils preparing for business
or for college; and for persons in-
tending to teach. We take pupils
of both sexes and all ages. Bates
from 12 to 15 per month.
Mbs. Rosa (Stbotheb) Deixis
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T'ITP''' mmwjmww Jtjg.
Express Co.'sHsldTo It.
Houston Tex. July 29. A.
special to the Post from Austinr
says: The railroad commission
this evening wired an order to the
effect the Express companies; must
furnish and cancel the rerenue;
stamp which is affixed to receipts
for merchandise shipped by ex-
press under the provisions of the;
war tax act. The collection of
........ .. Conntv Jndirt
d. g. ma.
iV ? "niwcite county Attorney.
m. c. JjimbeUi District ami Coomtvaeri
II. H.Cook.............. ............ J.... Sheriff.
j" W. chrittophJf".
J.W.Thomas. . . .
Animul anil llitlti Inanctor.
m. .. nan a'Ubito weigtier.
A. U. Moon W. W. Wbwler A. 2?esbett
ami i:en F Jones County CommiMloaen.
r t ttu.
j. h. j'ickena Secretary.
First Presbyterian Rev. E. S. hawnace
pastor. Services every Sunday at) eloven
o'clock a. m.. and at night. PrsYer taeetlnir
evi-ry Wednesday night. Soaday School every
-'v ci. ui. auu at iiiuui. tlTC
S-SiU-.&S. ZJZr. Z2
A cordial in vita-
viceaat ll a. m. ana 8 :30 p.m.; prayer meeting
I rl9 . I I . m ...lll.lil.. . .
Tan EvVnBeUcti-Tw schWantes" pastor-.
V.achlnseTery.?iinda7atl.l?-m- an.d p.m.
MtiiiH.m w a u-rnu' ..ui.uii
. -cunTbTriaml' FresbUerlan "C arch-SeVvio
every smnuay morning and evening; Sunday
School at 9:ao a. m.: prayer meeting Wednes-
dav evening. Kev.J. A. Ward. Pastor.
. Catholic Illgh Mass and sermon on Urut
1.1X1?.. !h ? wA"L?.f5 :.:
am - ' ueatuoro!iKpaatr
... . ..- y. -"ara lasior.
C. W. Roberts. Secretarv.
Abilene Lodire. No. 33!). F. and A. M. irnlila
Its stated communications Jlrst Saturday nipht
in each month in their hall third floor Porter
& Keeves building corner I'ine and North
second Streets. .1. II Webb W. 31.
r.. uranam secretary.
Abilene Encampment 117. I.O. O. F..nieet
Sitir. BeMinuiMI j.cViiartTc.1"1"
.J. v . Cnnstopucr senbe.
Aliilcn.. I nil-.. 'TI I (I ft V M. ... 'a '!.... 1...
nights in hall on Chestnut street. All viaitinir
brethren cordially invited to attend.
rt . e C.E. Welch X.G.
O. I. Ltndsey Secretary.
Star or the West Lodge No. VI. K.orr. meets
second ami fourth Thursdays in each month at
its Castle Hall cor north Finland Cine streete.
isiting Knights conliallv invited to attend.
Will Youmr C. C.
W. S. O. Johnson K. of ll. and Sf
Knights TeinpIarAbJleno Commander.-
No. -; hold its stated conclave in their asylum
third Itoor Porter A Keeves building corner
North Second and Pine streets on second Mon-
day night In each month
isiting Sir Knights .'
cordially invited to atteud .
W . T. Kerry. It. J. H I'iekenR. K. l
G. A. It. Travis Post No. i G. A. It. . meets
.er Kass' lrug store on Friday night on or I
Ion? the tlrst fall moon in each month.
ing comrades invited to attend.
il. Perkins Com.
Alsburv of !Tn03" Buck' AdJ't
Ui U. C. V.-Abileae Camp No. 7- United Con-
federate Veterans meet at th call of the com
mander C. W. Leake P. C
J W Thomas Adjt.
Koreaters or America Meets in Odd Fellows
Hall every second aud fourth Friday night of
each month. P. M. McKinney C. It.
Stockton Henry Recording Secretary.
tabtern star Chapter No. :;o. holds its stated
? . . .. " ....a..
Ludwig Lapowski Secretary.
Ahilene Itebecca Lwliro No. sy. I. O. O.
meets in Odd Fellows Hall everv llrst and thinl
Friday evenings in each montii.
Willis Norwood N. G.
I. W. Christopher Scribe.
Weakness manifests itself in the loss of
ambition ami aching bones. The bhyxl is
wau-ry; the tissues are wasting the door is
heingopened for disease. A bottleof Urowns'
Iron Hitters taken in time will restore your
treni.'th soothe your nerves mak; your
blood rich and red. Do you mor? trood than
a special course of medicine. For bale by
Kaas Bros. sole agents Abilene.
Letters lemalnln uncalled Torln thontr-
nce at Abilene. Tttxaa June 11. IsDs.
Eikln. u s
Anderson W iL
JIcDaniel J S
McClellaad Dr .1 J
Smith D B
Vickera J lies
Whitesidea. J 1K
cast u w
Thnnfllpr .1 V
Newton J J
Koberts Jno A
Ustlck R B
Scbarborner & White
For week ending June 16th.
Beattj A L
Croftoo T t
McClelland Or J J
ncc j a
( Hoaser Doc
Ribbons Bob WhittleaV. Ben
scaiDerg ra isaDei
For week ending Jnly 2nd.
BIagneyTS BrlantSH !
Haakew Geo .'Joaes Wat Li
McClelland Dr J 'J Bighlni Bob!
Smith Reuben Smith DB
Williford Jas S .
Ladies' Lkt. " - i
Dvi VrS A t It a tr
Howard Mr S Rii. CaIM I --Ji
Tayi lira L and dakkn
v an unto am marj
m eania far Um atevaMiM
iy a4r-rtm; a4t4aaw
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Lowry, James A. The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, August 5, 1898, newspaper, August 5, 1898; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth330342/m1/3/: accessed October 16, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.