The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, August 5, 1898 Page: 4 of 6
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THE TAfLOB CODBTT HEWS.
JANEV A. LOWBY Editor and PablUbar.
MAX It. AKDBCW8 Associate Editor.
AlJILENE TEXAS. AUG..".. 1S9S.
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Jamxs A. Lowur Abilene. Texas.
The following names announced are the regu-
lar nominees of the democratic party of Taj lor
For County Judge.
For County Attorney.
A. S. HAKDWICKE.
For District and County Clerk
M. C. LAMBETH.
For Sheriff and Tax Collector
J. V. CUNNINGHAM.
For County Tax Assessor
C. C. JACKSON.
For County Treasurer
J. H. THOliNTON.
For Public Weigher
MARSH A. HART.
For County Surveyor:
V. A. KINEV.
Superintendent of Schools.
Prof. W. W. KIRK. .
For Justice of Peace Prec. 1
W. A. MINTEK.
For Commissioner Prec. 1
J. H. BASS.
For Constable Prec. 1
We are authorized to announce H li.
Cook as a candidate for re-election to
the oliice of sherift" and tax collector.
Van Xess Lewis authorizes ui to an-
nounce him as a candidate for Treasurer
of Taylor County subject to the action
of the" voters at the November election.
CONSTABLE. Precinct 1.
We are authorized to announce James
A. Smith as a candidate for the oliice of
Constable of Precinct No. 1 subject to
the decision of thevotera at the Novem-
We learn that the rumor of
men being killed at Haskell last
ueek was unfounded and that the
reunion was a great success. Has-
kell secured it again for next year.
There are so many inaccuracies
in ihe maps of Abilene now in
uso as to cause a great deal of
trouble. This trouble is shared
alike by county and city officials
and by property owners them-
selves. It has already been the
means of quite a loss in both city
and county taxes and is likely to
be still more so. We suggest
that the county commissioners
court and the city council take
steps to have an otlicial map made
and bear the expense of it jointly.
And we feel sure it will be a great
saving to both county and city.
Joe Malone the negro rapist
has been sentenced to hang at
Dallas on Sept. L'nd.
By act of congress June 7th
1898 Texas is to be paid 81 01-
113.J." in full settlement of an old
claim dating back to the days of
We are pleased to note that
John Hoeny Jr. has bought an
interest in the Corsicana Chron-
icle. A cable company will soon lay
a line from San Francisco to Hong
Kong bv wav of the Hawaiian
The populist party of Texas
hold its state convention at Aus-
tin last week. They formulated
tke usual batch of demands and
nominated a state ticket. Among
the nominations made were those
of Barney Gibbs for governor and
H. L. Bentley lor land commis-
sioner. The balanr.a of the ticket
was as follows: Kirkpatrick for
lieutenant-governor Hutchins for
state treasurer and Farley for
There is talk among the repub-
licans of Dallas of E. H. R. Green
as a candidate for governor this
Owing to the heavy advances
in white paper the newspapers of
Chicago doubled the price of
their papers on the 1st of August.
Leeson & Ebbersol
Staple & Faaey Broceries.
Call and examine our stock
get our prices and save money.
PINE ST. ABILENE.
War Notes and Briefs.
Measures were started the lat-
ter part of last week by Spain to
bring about peace and end the j
war. The negotiations are pend
ing this week.
The operations in Porto Kico
have been more like a picnic than
a war. Ponce a city of o0000
was the lirst to surrender and
since then the advance of the
army has been gradual and vie-!
torious. The people there hail i
the advent of the bluecoats with
delight. P. C. Knapp and wife were vis-
All the other complications with iting in Galveston.
Spain are going to be easily ad- The Abilene and Anson base-
justed except tho Philippines ball nines played a gafne of ball
Owing to the jealousies between the score of which was: Anson 1-1
the European governments and Abilene Ul.
the iealousv most of them feel
towards the United States the
Philippine question is going to
be a tough one.
Yellow fever and other dis-
eases have been playing havoc
with the armv at Santiago. It is
sentiment is especially strong mi
favor of the United States
ing and annexing the Philippine
Governor Culberson's protest
to the war department resulted in
the Texas troops being moved
from Miami Fla
Aguinaldo the Philippine in-i
surgent general has continued to
ipl1.rrlv.ml it "miv vet become
tCl?h Tl-.tU ""
thought that most of the troops) long article In the News review-
there will soon be brought north. . ing the drouth situation and sug-
Europe according to late press gesting relief measures
dispatches concedes that war "
with Spain as about ended and! Some trouble has been expe-
also concedes the right of the i noticed between the white and
United States to hold all cou-coior0(i troops of Illinois at
quered territory. The English j Sm.illfrlicld The Illinois boys
iicucaaaij tuuau .m i..... ""'v -.
teach him a lesson. !
It is reported mat mo volun-
teer force in the Spanish army at
Ponce revolted and refused to
join the regulars in their attack
... ....... .
against the United States troops.;
French Premier Krisson pre-
dicts that American terms of
neace with Soain will astonish
the world by their magnanimity. '
It is now thought that botli the
Spanish vessels of the late Cer-'
vera fleet the Colon and Vizcaya '
canoe raised aim m.uie bi'ituca -
bIe; . . . .
.1 nan Diaz a noint eifrht miles
;nfn.i rmm' l'nn uvw b. '
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rypnoia lever is sun irmioniigj
me troops ai Lamp viger auu
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Ifll lllTII'tl III- V :illif I I llllt'll il.l .1 1
... Jl.V.V- ..j JW ......- .. . .. --
Augustinotiiieu Admiral xjuwuy ;
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seeral das ago tii.it ne
and that they are more of a
crti-oops" a h0lP AIC"
""ll' ;!... n. ..nu -
i. n.ni;oHrt!o .in. ii nw
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progressing anu u is quae uweij
that no more battles will be .
rnrui Tim ii;iririncps will he
""fe"1- l" . . .
S000 of the troops have yellow
fevcr- i . .
tween the United States and
L'nited States will redouble its j
ellbrts and Spain will be tne j
worse for it. !
On account of Spams haggling;
in regard to peace terms the warj
department has ordered another;
large body of troops to Porto ;
Kico. The 2nd Texas regiment!
will be included in this force.
A terrible hailstorm visited
Chicago last week.
Prince " Bismarck of Germany '
led last Saturday.
At the hour of going to press J
received from '
no word has been
r . l- i .i i u. .. I ic t I m-Min ited to a "" "lo " llv; l" "l"'01'"" " "-. Kln Danuers in
possession of last Sunday and the as as. he is to u piomotid to 'l.s ish wi ask to I)e Iliade antl i K M Arnoii! :.
American flag hoisted over its Commodore next month. ... - . n.ii.p rill lu rlc I ' I: Tarpley -Jo
..n:.. i..:ii:1 ' ii lius i& uuiil iil.icc 'ii n ui 1; v M.cniimt inn
IMiuiiu uumuiip. cl-ired 'it once i
Gen. Brooke's command reached) Dun's K'eview. in summarizing . .' . .... M.1(1..;(1 ! XoT.:.-Watch the above statement ot
... . . ' ii ljOimon Aug. nit -'xllllu receipts and if vour payment is not
lorto lico nearly a Aeek ago. business last week used the lol- correspondent of the Daily Mail properly credited" you should notify u
reauj iu buiieimi-i .u.u i. . i . ( u:i .in(l miR.h snL.cu. ()f detail have been settled thus sale by Uass liros.
soon as he could honorably do so. ' cmuwlitur nnici.l nreliminarv " ""
Admiral Dewey says the ins.ir-. lalive injury the l.tet remains sonnding oflu ...1 piHimmaij Carriage I.ieenscs.
gent forces around Manila are lit-' that the yield of wheat is certain- Cihraltar xx- l'.(re l" Miti.Iuify n!?-
fi ii i rA ...km . . . i ... LiOliUon. AUg .. Mil viiiu.ui.ii K M Watson to .Miss Annie Grave
ue ooiifi limn an cimiiru i.i.j.t iv mucn me larjieai uu-i hu ltm.iw .m n t .. n.n v ws. . . n i...... ...... c t iwc M5.ni
settled by a joint c niimioi ol n0Ople depend oniSenor Ssigasta. having replied i.:od. lu have been the victims of
the two countries. The volunteei " UM- I'-"' c "L1 ' tint the tenns will be accepted. - rofula sores eruptions dyspepsia.; S
forces of this government will be! the success ol agriculture and "'"J " lLr."J " " l!l( lt v's1:5. n ryuisiK sleeplessness. i vs
r . ....- Iiosillllies .lie icmimijiu nii ouo r.itv li:ivi tried other medicines and v
discharged as soon as peace is de- that the prosperity of the entire 1)pi(1(ifK laJ.J "fj 0 niS.i'lwyii I
Clared and ratified. Congress will transporting interest is materially a commission will be appointed Hood's Sarsaparilla and it did them (J.
have to P1";. allected by the size of crops to be i to determine the basis of peace. - .Ananent cure Do g
necessary to octupj Cuba an I it 1:iv be Said with reason The chief dinicultlv. it is under- M. uonder that they praise it and
other places after peace is secured. moui.iim.ij ui.am stood in official circles is as to recommend it to you? $
ina dispatch received at Wash- that the promise ol general pros- ?n uer of he cVacl ;
iimton this week the statement is ;1)erity this year is unusually ' . (lf t. Sn!ini. nSsessions. . '"- 'B5aaw II ill laaH . R
iiijuii t nat one-iniru oi ucu. oii.ii-iiir;ilT" r.M ...... ti. ......otwu. f.r u . . -- - an
'-'. . .-i - r- .. OK..T . ..t.w.. . ... -. --- i .
tcr's army is sick ana that about ' tin-ilisnosal ol the war material!? i'P.PiN I rllY
opam nave reeeiwu a ot-iuin ( mesc i nueu oiaies. oaiicj ua-u that the premier has succeeded in
somewhere. It is safe to say that ;nvtullv har(l l() eoinnit the party obtaining slightly improved terms
in case Spain shows much dispo-J contracted policv but he The treaty will not be signed be-
sition to evade and delay now;10 y"""-1 i - fore Sentember
that hfi has asked for peace the-funis it much easier to rule his lau.oilom " Mrriicnoi .iit
r t nn.I? w rflol- j a v i . a D...1.. t kl i
the convention at uaiveston as to uu ; 8 to meet again until fresh intelli-
nominations but as Sayers
no opposition he will be the can- trainiur eMauv young people are ton. This is not expected at the
didatc for governor. It is also UOw attending colleges outside of earliest belore YertuesJa. Liie
safe to say
that Browniiiff will
receive the nomination
tenant-governon and several of
the other candidates lor state i
offices have no opposition. !
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
For sick headache dyspepsia
malaria. constitution and bilio-
i usness a million people endorse
J 1 I O lulYCI llLwi O
TWELVE YEARS AGO.
a PoTmRVi nf T.nnnl "Events
Prom Nowb of August 6 1886.
M. Marx of Galveston bought a.
half interest in the Abilene Flour-
O. W. Steffens went lo
ton on business.
Will Berry went down to ral -
Mrs. S. Lapowski was visiting
in San Angelo
i i r I uaauti uiuiuuuu nisi uuij iv
A new boy was reported to Mr. ' property
andMrs S. Iahnger . 'promote your prosperity and be'
Dr. J. M. Isbell was down at I1.. . ..i 1:(:'n.1JiinM:B(.
Arthur Franklin was arrested
on a charge of swindling.
County Judge Porter had a
. A .
cannot tolerate the
iiTOance of i
the colored troops.
The withdrawal of Judge Con-
n..r'o fumnniMit loft lii hi the. lield
. . r ..r
and he was nominated for chief
.'justice of the civil court of :ip-
. ...: nP -miid
'"ve received the nomination
fall is a forejrone conclusion.
a i;i. e..r.-r.u in VoiimcL-.
" " . .
near the Wyoming line last nun-
The Republican state conven-
tion will meet in Kort Worth on
the Uith inst.
('apt. Philip the gallant com
mamler ol tin battleship Texas has j
brought his vessel to the JNoriulK s
Inavvvard for lepairs. This is
i ' " . ...
probably his last trip on the Tex-
x . an llslcl. in ressird t the
. . .
efleet o aLM-ieulture upon general (
------ rt .
business: ' I o the people oi nus
business: '-To the people of this
. - t
country the crops mean more man
anvhody can calculate. In spite .
' and the prospect is good for a
- M f ('mUn' wilh aboUl
'aslarLva vield of corn as last
as larre a yield ot corn as
. .. .... -i ....1- ....1....
.year wnue an vmnmun """l'l;:!K51ir(lri it i ...wlorstood that
bk. av t.n)p i!ls been saved.
t'onsiuennir mat ine nurcua&ea ui
Knh has been learned from
i the coinention at C.alveston to ; a
'shovthat th U-mocmUc party ofja
Texas favors limited expansion of.
following in congress than hetie Standartl telegraphing Tues-
t0L.s to manage the uutrameled I .. S5lvs .
democracy of the state of Texas.1 The government's reply to the
j .American terms was forwarded
irSpa-IU (ioes lu)t want peace yesterday evening through M.
11Pnmnilv sav so ' Cambon and thereis astrongpos-
bad enough to promptly
then the Tufted States
prosecute the war more vigorous-
ly than ever and save u po&siuie . United States government win ou-
the lives of the starving thousands 'ject to representations being
in Cuba made on the Philippine question
Head the advertisement of the
T'liirPMitv of Texas which an-
m v erj nU
;nct;tt;on nf ln.nmino- is now tak-
inr nmk up with the best univer-
?ti nf the north and east. All
i i.i .;:.;. o... '
the State that are interior in
everv respect to our own Liiiver -
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0 seQ wiat is right and not
to do it is want of courage.
Proclamation by Mils.
Gen. Miles has issued the fol-
lowing proclamation in Porto
"In the prosecution of the war
against the kingdom of Spain by
the people of the United States
in the cause of liberty justice and
humanity its military forces have
come to occupy the island of
Porto Rico. They come bearing
the banners of freedom inspired
bya uoble purpose to seek the
uueuiiea en our government auu
of yours and to destroy or cap-
I iuic an iu uriueu i train ium;e. jlucj
J bring you the fostering arms of a
fma nnnnlo irhnon nrmi toot nntrop
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lc lUMLlCi' illlll IMimiIIIL III Ull ll-
illg within their fold. Hence
they release you from your for-
mer political relations and it is
hoped this will be followed by
i your cheerful acceptance of the
government of the United States."
"The chief object of the Amen
""" "; n -"
overthrow the armed authority
of Spain and give the people of
t.r..rt i tL i-o
mm inilitoiiv frTrtta itv11 " tn
'JlUlli UCilUlUUl lOidUU lllC IdlCOl
measure of liberty consistent with
this military occupation." They
have not come to make war on
the people of the country who
for centuries have been oppress-
ed; but on the contrary they
Ltiiiw tMtiw.lLti v-wif nnlr r
aiu inu iiiiiiiuuiiica iiiu uicoouijo
of our enlightened and liberal
institutions and government."
It is not their purpose to in-
terfere with the existing laws and
1 cifstoms which are wholesome and
beneficial to the people so long as
they conform to the rules of the
military administration order and
justice. This is not a war of de-
vastation and desolation but one
to give all within the control ol
the military and naval forces the
advantages and blessings of en-
If4 I -t .
I irli I iknoil n! vilivn f inn
..0....v... . ........ ..
Peace Now Assured.
Wednesdav's Dallas News
the following dispatches:
y . . .
to the Kvonins Journal from Mad-
.i ..in0i..iB i.i viM .i;.
Hon ol that paper saj:
4SP cepts the principal
conditions of peace as set forth by
the American "overnment aiu
oIy the peace details are needed
to cause all hostilities to cease at (
'A neace delecation will be !
i chosen at once to coiifei with the
' rcpresentarives of the United
The peace conditions as set
forth by President MeKinley
were discussed at length to-day by
Minister Sajjasta and at the con-
gusj'0Il it r'iven out ollicially
thslt ne terms ol'thn Unitcrl Stata J
would be accepted.
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1 1 ere are one " ."" H
nil mo in HIV iiuiiidtiivii 1.....1. " -
ini.u i tlin nvnnniM linn rnir I W
Tin. ..H'rnmi.ni iii lcfenteil
1 he goernment 1Mb acctpua
ll. i nriiieinnl ol tin
... . public until in
nujri.s to Washington in matters
telegraphing Mondav night says :
" S1" is f."'"-
mjr re severe and little is
'"ri - ov.w ""
! known beyond the laet ti.at peace
t ( f m America asks onIvfTtn t'ured b" L '"eHc'ne- i
...'..... ..... .. Men. women and children uho hae
i)ari 0j me I'liuinnmes. mm ui.ii
; phn. Snnor Saasta. if he has
chance will propably represent
-n " "'' "S
' ; asserted .K.re
- .I'"" . . . .
Bibility tliat peace will be con-
Jt .g nQt Q be supposed that the
and upon some pecuniary ciumia
which were mooted Jiy -the Uni-
ted btates in the West indies
0 aU th- reinaining main issues
Spain shows a disposition to as-
sent to the American demands.
o cabinet council was held to-
dav. nor are the ministers .UKeiy
geuei.ii iUni - ";;
.t;"""" - " "- - r -
. . .... no hnnorntilv as
nnrnrnmnn c firo I IDTinSn lO IlUL
.. . .. .- - ... -.. i j
I Mnnmliln fc T rtOITl Wllll'll l. 11.11
have been easier had the Lnited
States not imposed such hard con-
UU3S1U1C 1U1 op"" .. ...w..
FACTS ABOUT HEALTH
It is Easy to Kaa Wsfl if Ws Know
Haw-Soma of ths Conditions. Ns
sary to Parfact HaaMfc.
The ImporUnco of atntilnlnc food
haslts I easily understood sad it is
rally a simple matter i( we take a cor-
rect view of the conditions required.
In perfect health the stomach promptly
dlcests food. The blood is employed to
carry noarishment to the organs nerres
muscles and tissues which need it. t
The first great essential for good health
therefore is pure rich blood. No medi-
cine has such a record of cures as Uood's
Sorsaparilla and it is because it is the one
true blood purifier. Hundreds of people
are alive and well today who would have
been in their graves had they not taken
Hood's Sarsaparilla. It is depended upon
sa a family medicine by thousands.
riOOU S t'llISwitnHeod'sSarsaparina.
ditions with regard to the Philip-
pines.' The Rome correspondent of the
Daily Chronicle says :
Spain it is asserted has ac-
cepted the American terms with
unimportant reservations and the
preliminaries will be signed be
The Madrid correspondent oft
the Daily iSews says :
"The government's reply to the I
American peace terms loft here
The government believes that
the nature of the negotiations re-'
quires the greatest secrecy and
that their success will depend up
on the observance of the most ab- J
solute reserve here. Ofiicial si-i
lence is therefore complete.
Local VVenther report for the week
ending Aug. -J 1MS.
Sr ' 2 c
- :5 0.02
- -1 0.00
Hxuess. - Deticiencv.
W. K. OLIVElt.
Observer Weather IJurenu.
l'lnl..i.lfi: k nll BW!
S I) Kelt to C II .Sillhnan lot !.". block
!. Abilene fur S'JCOO.
H urook.&herilt; to Miss Mav Dar-1
nell lots 10. 11 and 12. block I.7J. Abi-'
Iene for $!").
Camla. Drake and Strauss to All
Mms. surve 7 block l.S I Mr Intnl. (
Taylor county for $1 1 10. J
Charlev II Hrown and wife to Abilene
Compress C'omimny lot 11. block :!;. I
Abilene. Texas for$l(53. (
Kirklaud estate to Abilene Cou.preas
Company lots 1 and:! block :iC Abilene
.J T Haynes to !' A Kogers. an undi-
ided intere.-t in a part of. I l .Mtinson
Pi.re3. for Oi ."ill. I
flnr TTonnr Rnll
The following named persons haw
Si Jr7vJ!n5 curll? ly lo
Uate. as ro!los .
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If y ou have
headache pain it; the
with spots iloutiiur be
fro Ihe vision it indicates st-rious dis-
1 C.-IBC III IIIU HUllll'tS
.-.i... i :.i
symptoms and cures the di-uM-. For
I.iver and Kidnev
Halui reinovrs these
th:inl.flnesS their rcstorati.
With thankfulness their restoration to
lt.:ith b the use of Hood's arsaparilla.
Think of the vast army who have
vals with pains
in the head
Hut they need
These pain9 are symptoms of
dangerous derangements that
can be corrected. The men-
strual function should operate
makes menstruation painless
and regular. It puts the deli-
cate menstrual organs in condi-
tion to do their work properly.
And that stops all this pain.
Why will any woman suffer
month after month when Wine
of Cardui will relieve her? It
costs $1.00 at the drug store.
Whv don't you get a bottle
l?or advice in case requiring
special directions address giv-
ing symptoms "The Ladies
Advisory Department" The
Chattanooga Medicine Co.
Mrs. R0ZENA LEWIS.
cf 0errtm. Taxa' says:
" I wit troubled at monthly itm?!i
with ttrrtblt skins In mj head ii baeV
but hsvs ktta tntlreli rtlliveo by Wins
ei. ttuil r lit (hhtiKiitunetkv i i ? i tin r '
I - -" . . ay
" " ----f--r -- .-c-
Seventv-one rnstruotoni and OmersL-?"--? '
Students admitted free ethsr nWigss ts
One hundred and tea boms as
..i if H -j-A" 9bs.bK uPia . i -va
systeoj of lMtraotioa aad aissJlllsMi wail yyMisMaiaaeli
ry 35.000 volume; leadteff ptffiSkaai sjm! MWtiaM em list !
w. c A. mstraetar ryi
f era dejrreec af Civil Ka
'. -zrvr '"Tn "
ictar. srvmaaalsmi. atUatta
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titlcates for two years.
LAW DKT ASTMaUrr.
Matriculation fee payabwoaea $30. A two years coarse leads te degree
of Bachelor of Laws aad enliUes holder to prseUea la1 aa eeart la Tazaa.
Law stndeat admitted U Academic CoarstfwKsat fartaar uamgi )
MEDICAL DEPABTMENT. (LMateC at GalTMtoai.)
Largest attendance in the Sooth. Four years' coarse' usaai:i
Pharmacy: School of Nursinr (for woman): Matricalatloa fee. aavaMa
complete equipment in all seioolc. University Hall a devamftaty far w
recently completed. For large catalogue aad ilkMtnted.eercalar
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& .... WE HANDLE
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When you want a Prescription or Family
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are made. We defy competition when the
same strtnghth and purity are used that we
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i & '
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Near Passenger Depot ' - -
Keeps the best liquors
the equipments are up -
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( Wholesale and ReUil -x
Water Supply and Steam Fitting Goads.
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Distributing Agent for Fairbanks Morse k Co.'s Famous
Eclipse Windmills. j
A NEW BUSINESS
J. C. BUCKINGHAM
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you to call and examine my
& town let me know your wants:
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WORK FIRST-CL1SS. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
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newspaper. We will give to the aubscri-
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as a special inducement the new and
52 complete numbers 18. pages of the
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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/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.