The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, January 20, 1899 Page: 6 of 6
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THE TAYLOH COUNTY NEWS.
R. E. JOHNSTON Editor.
A Worthy Enterprise Already
A recent visit of a News re-
porter to the Lytle Farm cream-
ery near Abilene- was one of great
Mrs. M. A. Jones of Hubbard interest. A good creamery is one
City Hill county is visiting hei enterprise that is absolutely nec-
daugbter Mrs. 0. M. Christenber- essary to every progressive com-
ry of tbis city. Thursday even i munity hence the News is verv
ine Mrs. Jones '.ras made glad by much c
the arrival of her sister Mrs. J.J croamerv well established with a ' the 1st of January to the 31st of
E. Weaver of Springfield Mis- live man as manager of it and an I December. Below we give a list
I up-to-date company at the back of 0l them by months:
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joreJieve uieiiisii un umu
ine creamery is locaieu a suori
distance below Lytle Lake and
Taylor County Couples Who
Were Wedded in 1898.
Looking over the records of the
county clerk's office one is led to
believe that Cupid must have
been quite successful in his efforts
in Taylor county during 1898. The
marriage license record book
shows that a goodly number of
much gratified to find the Abilene! permits to marry were issued from
souai wno came 10 see ner.
despondency and give refreshing
sleep use Simmons Squaw
Wine or Tablets.
W. G. Caperton stopped over ;
in Abilene last night on his
on the east side of Lytle creek.
Active operations nave out receni-
lv beffun so the entemrise is onlv
wa in its infancy. A well-arranged
barn large enough to accommo-
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. lligbee of i date GO cows in stalls has been
Scheli rity Missouri are here on erected. The building is warm
a visit to their daughter Mrs. Dr. j enough to keep the cattle in com-
S. li. Gates. 11 r. lligbee for many i fort even when the weather is at
vearr. was me jeaaiug mercnani us coiaest
in Schell City. This
visit to Abilene.
For all cotton eed delivered
to us within the next 30 days we
will pay S a ton.
Abilene Oil Mill.
It. J. McNeill has returned from
a missionary tour through the
country within a radiuc of 20 or
.'0 miles from Abilene. He
says he; found splendid living
springs of water in the south part
of Taylor county that he never
knew existed before.
At a convenient distance from
! the barn is the butter making es-
tablishment. New machinery
with all the modern improve-
! ments can be found there and for
the first time the cream separa
tor was put into operation last
week. It worked like a charm.
When all is arranged the machin-
ery will all be worked by a small
steam engine just outside the
At present li(J cows are being
milked but this number will
shortly be increased. Some of
Jerseys with a reputation for pro-! p Dudley
The new Fulwiler building atc cows average thiee to five
the corner of Chestnut and South gallons of milk a day. A good
First streets will have the whole ! many of the cows are full-blooded
front of the lower story in stone.
"VY. S. Butler will furnish the
stone and lay it. The second
story will be of brick. It will
be a handsome substantial building.
F P Hamm and Pearl E Shep-
pard. F A Irvin and I M Snow.
J M Dye and Beulah Turner.
J R Ball and Mrs. Mary Ball.
Baylor Crawford and Ora
J M Provine and Eula Hanna.
Austin Eaton and Jonie Beebe.
John G Jackson and Jessie
J K O wings and Maggie Thig-
I J A Downing and Pearl Pruitt.
; J F Millman and Beulah Wil-
! J M Shackelford and Edna
i Earle Rector.
! W A Maylk-ld and Carrie Pat-
terson. L T Griffith and Lydia Gibson.
D. W. Pool and Lizzie Brown.
! L B Bryan and Stella Varnon.
; J C Abel and Mrs M D Hen-
William II Maxwell and Martha
C F Hathaway and Etta Turner.
George L Auderson and Martha
N G Moonlit ad 8oJdd
J S McCright and Nannie Kir-
kendall; Joseph Locke and Mm Carolina
C P Simpson and Mary E
Roland D Green and Lottie. M
J H Bowman and Ada Dotson.
Walter Prother and Nellie Cox.
S M Pinkston and N J Roberta.
Bob Brown and Minnie Jacobs.
Gerald O Cresswell and Elsie
J M Johnson and Annie Middle-tou-
J P Graves and Maggie O Por-
terfield. H S Neal and N J McClanna-
han. A F Poe and Amanda Gamble.
G F Galbreath and Donnie
E W Turner and Nellie E
Alvin Patterson and Mrs Etta
J M Sedberry and Lula McLe-
more. W T Christian and Belle Wool-
J S Roe and Ermen Tipton.
J D Havnie and Sallie Everson.
J S Holley and Mattie O'Con-
uell. R T Smith and Lizzie LackeS.
W F Joiner and Pearl Julian.
Geo W Glasscock and Katie
E M Curry and Jessie Richard
.1 i Bledsoe and JSannie .Lewis-
C E Cordill and Fannie L Doby.
John Cozart and Ora Perry.
Edward P Garrett and Carrie
D D Coats and Allie Panuell.
T K Scott and Bevie Mathews.
Thos F Palmer and Louise Ries.
G O Cozart and Addie Dulin.
W F Rutherford and Sadie L
Maurice Manly and Maud Myatt.
C E Summons and Hester Ionium.
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Water Supply and Steam
Plumbing and PiK
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Leeman and Alice
ducins Iarce nuantities of irood
W. F. D. Batjer has charge of
the creamery. He takes a just
pride in his work and already his
Leeman aud Samautha
butter stamped "Lytle Farm" iVrnan.
W W MeDaniel aud Kate Hel-
riin I ? I'-
; '.stands at the ton of the market.
lotograph taken of the This institutio
irber monument that Jin(j jt wjjj jr
ciate it properly.
C. M. Tandv the marblu
has had a pin
he made and erected in the Abi
lene cemotery. The photo was
taken by J. J. Roclden.
Mr. Freeman of Robinson coun-
ty has moved to Taylor county Clipped From the Columns of
and located near Guion. ' the Western News.
Ed English aud Mrs Elsie Hill.
J II Eusmin!tr and Mrs M E
T A Burford and Maggie Fisher.
Vm C Rosson and Jeuie Hay-
nie. J Fred Leeper and Nannie
R E Smith and Annie Freeman.
C Holly and Olive McMa-
Mack Cordill and Daisye For
W T Randrl ano Annie is
S B Scott and Maud
P M Cox and Carrie
M c Arthur i
T. A. Bledsoe
xVustin last evening where he eu-
joved the inauirural ball.
For overworked girls and feeble !
women Simmons Squaw Viie ;
Wine or Tablets ear nature's
Mrs. J. J. Clinton has been..
quite sick for several days but is -which will
now improving. ; May and it
fhe roller mill has
ceivini a jn-eat deal of wheat
J. E. Johnston sold lo.OOO lbs.
of bran last week to J. L. An-
drews of Abilene.
John 0. Bryant one day this
week weighed his Hereford bull.
be two years old in
tipped the beams at
Center Point News.
J. A. Harkrider of Jacksboro
visited his brother. 1). T. Hark-
rider. this week.
trade for wood
to J. F.
C. E. We'eh informs us that he
wants to sell out his entire stock
of saddles harness etc. to every-' ford cattle for several
body. Call and see him about it. is highly pleased with
1 100 pounds.
Win. Cranston of the Truby
neighborhood called on us Tues-
day. He returned last week from :
a visit to his old homo in Mis-1
souri and brought back with him
some nice Hereford cattle. Mr. J
Cranston has been giving his at-
tention to the breeding of Hen;-'
H. II. Burnett of Oak Cliff near
Dallas was jn town this week on
Harkrider went to
busiuess trip Thurs-
Cisco on a
F. W. Harkrider of Merkel
went through here on his way to
Fort Worth yesterday morning.
A few doses of Dr. M. A. Sim-
mons Liver Medicine will do more
for a weak stomach than a pro
longed course of any other medi-
cine. Five cars ol cattle that were
fed on meal from the oil mills
here were shipped to Kansas City
this week. W. B. El kins had two
cars J. II. Parramore had two
cars and Tom Coggius of Merkel
If irritable out of sorts de-
pressed in spirits have a dull
has one bull which will be two
years old in the spring which he
J thinks will weigh KJOO pounds
J. A. Carlton formerly of Abi-
lene moved his family to Anson a
few days ago and has bought an
interest in the business of J. F.
Blankenship. The firm name j
hereafter will be Blankenship & .
Window Cliffs. Tenii..
May 10. 18!)S. j JUXE.
I had been suffering a long time I) II Bradshaw
with liver and kidney trouble and Knous.
was unable to move myself in! Edward N Harris and Jennie
bed. Finally 1 procured two hot- y Cook.
ties of Ur. J. II. McLeans Liver! James A Chapman am
and Kidney Balm. As I finished : r Lambeth
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j 11 lUontjromerv ana
W W Bush and Nora McKee.
Hal Singleton and Daisy Single-
ton. Willie J-"ilkii it.. T II.M Ejjjeraou.
E W Merchant and Luciuda
W C Newberry and Rossie
IlalJie Wood and Zoe Elliott.
J W Thomas and Mrs M J
Jeff Love and S B Holt.
E A Boone and Annie P John-
son. WH Myatt and Susie McLa-
William S Hubbard and Fannie
G 6 McGinley and Ora Jack-
son. E G Francis and Edith John-
Albert Carpenter and Eradine
Alex McCamant and Lula
Edward Bilger and Sophia
Aaron II Darnell and Nellie M
W K Hfimnor and Ida Sherman. ' week
E W Waldeu and Rosa Sam- sunenng powenuuy out wc mpe
mouds. tmt ne IKY "ot a "K11 soon.
Charles Howard and Rebecca There are several returning
Clark. I frm tnc 0(1 st!ltia 1)Ut tev knew
Luke 11 earn and Bessie U eiwtugli to uait and take advan-
Maee. J tage of the excursion rates and
.iV Miiietin miri Mm ATniM.. .i i see to it that their fare was
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Distributing Agent for Eclipse and Fairbanks
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AN ODD PUMP
I Centtr Point Jau. 17th.
j Brother Baker preached here
; inst Sunday and there was a good
j big turnout. We are always
'proud when Brother Baker's day
I roll: around for we know we are
jgoing to hear .something that will
' do us jiood.
New arrivals :i
homes : Mr.- and
' Patterson a son
' Ed Sherman a son.
There are a cood many
the grip in through here.
'P It SM....I- l...f linnti f.irv ill hilt
is able to stir around one' more
Mrs. Ella Simpson was right;
sick yesterday but we are glad to!
learn that she is belter today.
One of Mr Panel's little I .;'
; got his jaw-hone broken from a '
hore kicki:i? him one day last
II. Leavell of this city
in a pumping plant at
Chimes From the Churches. I
Pastor Keeble of the Enisnonal
Depth and Distance Overcome ' church announced from his pulpit
by a New Arrangement. last Sunday that Bishop Garrett
' of Dallas was expected here the
has first Sunday after Easter. At
the that time he will confirm a class
town and preach one of his great ser-
Elder Bush of the Christian
church did not get to go to Sweet-
water last Sunday as he intended
but will probably be there next
Perhaps it is not generally!.
known that the three creat
Lvtle Farm dairv east of
that is different from any
to be found in this part of the
stnte. It demonstrates a prin-
ciple in natural philosophy that
is very seldom used in the pecu-
liar wa in which Mr. Leavell has
used it. J
i The top of the well is about!
i i i.
cases ol i loriy-nve leei
- Wenthcr Bnreau.
"Local Wenthrr report for the
onding Jan. IS. 1SQU.
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than the I ligioua societies of young peop
of the water in Lytic j the Christian Endeavor th Ed
A hole was bored i)0 feet ! worth League and the Baptist
deep in the hope of striking water
out none was found. This hole
was then utilized by Mr. Leavell.
About eighty feet down in the
U'tl he placed a valved cylinder
connected at the bottom with a
"' and making a siphon of the
Union all had the same topic
for discussion last Sunday. The
topic was "Where am I going! "
This fact shows the oneness of
purpose that actuates the three
It is expected that there will
The little fellow has been ' double row of pipe that was con-j be a hundred delegates including
the second I became able to
about my work as usual. I gladly
recommend it. W. T. Massa.
For salo by Bass Bros.
HIGH SCHOMi NEWS.
Miss Snyder who has charue
paid there and back beforo start
Several nw comers hac landed
in here this winter.
John Thornton passed through
here last Sdndav iroinir over into
the Canyon to electioneer. Most
Lenua ' 0f the people think that he is al-
1 ready elected but he still lacks
Maggie one vote. Uncle Fitllek.
headache take a few doses of Dr.
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31. A. blimiions Liiver .ueaiCUie-nf thn kinrWcmrfpn rtimnrfniPnt i
for quick relief. was siek tle fiTBi of the week and j
The Wichita Ledcrer savs M. A. iss Blanche Fry filled her place. I W E
Win P Nelson and
1 B W II luteins and
L E Thomas and Hebie Pruitt.
Marcus a prominent merchant of
that city has decided to move to
Abilene about the middle of Feb-
ruary. If your taxes are not paid on or
before the last day in January 10
per cent of the amount will be
added as a fine for delinquency.
Francis M. Cockrcll of Warrens-
burg Missouri was this week re-
elected for another term in the
United States Senate for his state.
He has already served four terms
or 21 years. He is a brother to
our townsman J. V. Cockrell.
This week H. B. Cook shipped
a carload of horses to Lake
Capt. 0. M. Pearre of Guion
Tvas in town yesterday. He is
feeding 225 calves this winter.
There are many absences in theiSweatt.
school now caused by the grippe.! A E Thomas and Emma Aruett.
The literature class has just j S A Ribble and Mattie L Bur-
finished "Julius Caesar." The j ford.
course of study is very interesting! S T Bryant and Edythe Baxley.
to the students. j W L Johnson "and Aurra
The pupils of Miss Barry's room j Wheeler
have been very industrious lately! Date Andersou and
Cap?. Tex. Jan
quite sick but is now
K. C. Young and others
; building a bridge across Little
Elm creek near
the residence of
netted with the cylinder. At the
top of the well one pipe was con-
nected with the pump and the
other with 800 feet of pipe that
runs from the well along the sur-
face of the ground to the creek.
This Entire length of pipe was then
filled with water to expel the air
and set the siphon at work. It
took a barrel and a half of water
to fill the pipe but as soon as that
was done the pump worked like a
charm. The pipe works on the
combined principle of the siphon
and the pump. The water must
go down 80 feet in the well before
it comes ouTaTTthpump spout.
A windmill will be attached to
the pump rod and the mill will
both pump water and grind feed
for the dairy cows.
A number of people declared
that the scheme proposed by Mr.
Leavell to get that water from the
creek would not work but he
persisted and achieved his point
nicely with a cood attendance.
in cleaning their desks. We hope
they will keep them so.
Miss Mabel Lockett has re
turned to school. It goes hard
for those who have been absent
in Mr. Graham's room as
have to bring up
which the have missed
Women's compexions depend
for beauty upon digestion. Dr.
M. A Simmons Liver Medicine
regulates the stomach liver and
kidueys and secures the blessings
of good digestion.
A herd of cattle passed through.
Sunday morning on their way
Alpha westward hunting giaad for the
K L Covle and Daisy Wise. .Joiner ana jaay visueu toe
K M Watson and Annie M Chapel Sunday.
Graves. r- Ask ins is playiug havoc
with the wolves in this neighbor
all back lessons' b : -iiss uy nm 1S visiting tne
i"1" ..... i Chanel this week. Mike.
J H Emmons and Minnie A . . .. . - -
Oldham. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
D B Morgan and Callie Cathey. ihas saved the lives Qf thousands
O Shackelford and Sallie U
Emory Hill and Beatrice Dulin.
J W Lanier and Emma Holmes.
of croupy children. It is also
without an equal for colds and
whooping cough. For sale by all
druggists. 8 11-99.
WANTED In every town a local representa-
tive Lady or Gentleman. Easy work good pay.
N'o capital required Taymant every week.
d:lres frr Particulars.
C. L. Marechal Art Co..
31 i Elm St.. Dallas Texas.
Leslie and tne Ntws.
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly
prfsents a handsome appearance
in its new form and its old friends
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aire uuuit: uicuacu iuau uci m
'it. The December number has
' been received and the contents
I comprise a better literary feast
than e'ver before. This magazine
is now only ten cents a number or
$1 a year. We will send the
Nkws and Leslie's Monthly for
only $1.85 a year. Try this com-
bination for once.
pastors at the Epworjh League
conference to be held at the Meth-
odist church in Abilene begin-
ning January 26th. All other
young people's societies in church
work are cordially invited to at-
tend the sessions of this confer-
ence. The Cumberland Presbyterians
of Abilene have not yet decided
on a pastor but hope to secure
To subdue nervous irritability
neuralgia hysteria. St. Vitus's
Dance use Simmons Squaw Vine
Wine or Tablets.
Death of a Child.
This week the News received
tne following notice by mail:
Visalia Gal. Jan. 12th Little
Lauren Woodward son of Mr.
and Mrs. Willis E. Woodward of
this city died this afternoon. He
was taken sick Tuesday night.
Mrs. Woodward was formerly
Miss Hat tie Wtlls and has many
acquaintances in Abilene.
Mas. Lot Cutlbb.
Excess. - Deficiency.
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Observer Weather Bureau.
Those who are In the miurket for.
goods of any kind will find in the Nxw
the advertisements of some of the feet
business uien in town embracing 9&
oiost every class of goods. When 9ijb
go trading be sure to give them aealL
Dry Geads. (
Abilene Drv Gnoda Co Pin .
Family Greceriea. s -Ai4
W M G Mackechney Plae atbei! f$
Rollins & Son.
Mo ore-Smith In Abilene
January 18th 1899 by Eev. H. A.
Boaz Felix Moore and Mis Geor-
gia Smith both of tbis city.
Gebauee-Wood In Abilene
January 18th 1899 by Elder J. S.
Chapman Max Gebauer and Miss
Myrtle Wood both of this city.
Leeson & Ebbersol Pi tut
Norris Bros. & Myers P!m at
J M Shackelford Cheatamt street
J L Andrews Cbeatnat atregg
Miller & Roberts . .South IK airmit
Drug Stores. V.
Bass Bros Pine street
bteflens & Lowdon Pinestr jQ;
farmers and Merchaats .National. Sv i?
Hardware and IaipIeBMBta
Ed S Hughes iCo.... ..Soutk latStreX
The Bee Hive Ptasireei
Digby Roberts&Co Pis
Real Estate aael KsatSit
Will Stith & Co PtM
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