El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 303, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 22, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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Not How Cheap,
Not hard to select presents if
you go to the proper place.
HERE IS A PARTIAL LI8T
Pianos, Organs, Regina Music
Boxes, Mandolins, Guitars, Vio-
lins, Sewing Machines, Typewri-
Phonographs, Kodaks, Souve-
nir Spoons, Turquoise.
Consisting of Carved Leather
Belts, Chatelaines, Pocketbooks,
etc. Mexican Onyx Ornaments,
Opals, Filigree Gold and Silver
Jewelry, Carved Canes, Drawn
Work, Zerspec, Rag and Wax
“THE PROPER PLACE.”
W. 8. WALZ GO., El Paso, Tet
FAKE TELEGRAPH NEWS
Row » ittetiooi Pipir Stkei It* l«Rin
~~ Inir D»y.
Yesterday morning the Times pnb-
lltbea tbs rsportsd killing of kloglnssr
PsttsrBoa In a oolllslon near Bsnson
Sunday and yastsrday afternoon tbs
Usrald pnbllsbsd wbst purported to
be • speotsi from Tnoion; bnl the fol
lowing parallel will sbow that the epeo
lal arrived In this olty, published In
the Taoeoa Citizen, yeeterdey at 1:30
A SAD ACCIDENT
Upon vv'nat good tilings we have
for Christmas is an easy matter;
easy as to prices, too.
As to quality, we’re always try-
ing to keep you posted, and it’s
come to be a pretty generally under-
stood thing that what Watson sells
is all right.
For Christmas we have the whole
list of table necessities ; everything
good, wholesome, appetizing—fin-
est canned vegetables, tid-bits,
soups, fruits, nuts, crackers, coffee.
It doesn’t make a bit of differ-
ence what you want, that an up-to-
date grocery store should have, it’s
Give us a call, and order your
Christmas wantables early.
Finest ready-made Fruit Cake,
all kinds of Nuts, Raisins, French
Crystallized Fruits, Candy, Cran-
berries, Plum-Pudding and Mince-
meat, Etc., Etc.
J. B. WATSON,
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
Cor. 8an Antouio and .Stanton St*.
Utreat from the mines,
Garry an extensive stock. Specie) r>*>
gains to deal ere.
SOXOBA HBWB OOMPAHt
ileiloen Central Railway Depot,
Offlo* hour* 9 to 19 e.pi. S:BO to A'XOvb
Fresh Balsa y Flno., Brevas and
Victorias de Colon, just received at
the Curiosity Store of
W. C, WALZ COMPANY,
Opposite Custom House,
C. Juarez, Mexico,
Pianos on easy Payments.
Musical Instruments and Sheet
320 San Antonio St.
Sp»c!»l Telegram to
December 21 — A
eed accident bep -
ptned about 5
morning on the
road near Ochoa,
a emell station be-
tween here end
Beneon, by whloh
e breve young fel-
low loet hie life.
The deed men ie
W. J. Patterson, a
neer, end one of
the moat highly
men In the employ
of thle company.
He wee engaged ee
engineer of the
pneher to eaalet ell
grane weet of Ben-
son. Bo far ee oen
be learned Engl-
orer Elite wee ran
olng “light” going
•eel end Eagineer
Hale was weet
bound with Patter-
eon palling him np
ly when roandiog
a oat ve the engines
oame together with
e terrible oreeh
and Patterson wee
oaagbtIn the j.m
and Instantly kill-
ed. The body wsb
aken to BenaoD,
and later shipped
to 811 t» Oroz,
OaUfornla, his for
mer home. John
log the B.-other-
bood of Locomo-
the remains a; an
ely no one else wee
bar', bat the death
of Mr Patterson
ha9 oast a gloom
of sorrow i v.r all.
He was about 25
rears of age and
Icavee a wits and
three young child-
ren.—II «ral(l of 21
NEW PATTERN HATS for
my Christmas trade have just ar-
rived; also a beautiful assort-
ment of Children s hats.
MRS M BRIDGES.
307 SAN ANTONIO STREET.
Pride of the Sea
MESSED SALT MACKEREL.
A sad anoldent
happened about 5
morning on the
flo road, oaar Oo-
hoa, a small ela-
tion between here
and Beneon by
whloh a brave
yonng fellow lost
The dead men Is
W. J . Patterson, e
neer,1 id one of the
most highly respeo
ed yonng men In
tbe employment of
the oompany. He
was formerly e
resident of tbte
ol'y, bat for tbe
pest two years his
lived with bts fam>
lly at Bsusod He
was engaged ee
1 nglneer of tbe
pusher—that Is the
ez'ra engine need
to assist all heavy
tratos np the giade
west of Benson—
and It wss while so
employed that he
met his death yes-
So far as oab be
E lie was running
“llgh going east
and Engineer Hale
was west bonnd
with Pa't arson
pnlllrg him np the
when roandlrg e
onrve the engines
came together with
a terrlbleorasb and
poor Patterson was
Oiogbt In the jtm
and tnetently kill-
The b dy wae
taken to .Benson
and last night ao*
ompanled by hi.
It was snipped to
Saute Oroz Cali-
fornia, his former
home Mr J bo
l andou represent
Ing the Brother-
hood of L ojma
live E iglueere elec
aeo >0: panted tbe
remains as an es
For nnately no
one else was hurt,
bat tbe dea'h 01
Mr. Pattereon has
oust a gloom of
sorrow over a 1 He
wes quiet, nnobs'-
manly. He began
r&llioadlng In tbl-
olty es U-email end
was promoted to
au engine several
years ego. He was
about 25 years of
age aod leaves a
wife end three
yonng ohlldren to
mrjrn bis uot'm
Tbe IDrald’a sptolel setv oe la very
slow. The wreok ooonrred Snodey.
Bat this faking of telegraphic news Is
practiced by the Herald every day end
Is d n < for the purpose of misleading
the pablto. It Is In short advertising
a M-ehood by endeavoring to make
the pobloHblnk (hit the Herald le
spending oonslderable money for tela
grapb'o news, when, In faot, every lesae
of that paper ointatna matter, dated
up to appear as If It was received by
telegraph on the day of pablloatlon,
bn- whloh was reostved by mall or was
out from some other paper. To those
who oen es-ily deteot suoh praotloe the
Herald's methods of faking ere very
iank. _ _
Reserved seats for the Neehvllle Bin-
dents on bs]« at Y. M. C. A. room,50ot.
Hear them in an entire new program
rhnrsBday Deo 231 Chopin Hell.
Bp.olelfan In U .ole Epb'e. Birthday
wl h hoip ettaobment
8ansst Lidge No. 70, A. F. LAM,
will give agrand entertainment Deo.
24 h at Chopin hall.
*100 K we.d.
The Times le authorized to pay 1100
for the return of the jiwelry end rall-
ro d tickets oootatued to a entobel lost
at the opeia hnnse In Et Paso on tbe
night of D«o 2 id, The amount wM
be pel J on d,livery of above goods and
no qntetlone will be esked.
Before e'ook-tsklng our prices art
lowest of the year. We have leduoed
prices of hnlery, uoderweer, shuts;
also of boots ann shots from 5 to 15
per cent. We are silling all klods of
oomforts, from tbe cheapest to the
best qualities, from 5 to 15 per oeot
lower than ever. Heavy wlLter shawl,
at tbe same discount,
I. Blumenthal Jc Co ,
301-303 El Paso Street.
For Sale by
Chas. F. Slack & Co,
O'Brien Coal Co., mortar oolors,
lime, cment, plieter. Telephone 8.
Try MoOln'y Club 5o olgar. A Al-
Atrez 323 Ban Antonio St.
O. T. Bassett le quite 111.
Tbe T. A P. pay oar arrived yeeter-
A marriage ltoeose was Issued yes-
terday to M. Lipez end Ydubegen
Yeeterdey being Deoember 21, wes,
according to the elmenao, tbe ebortest
day In tbe year.
Cbrle. Anderton died suit for di-
vorce yesterday against bla wife, Hath,
Sam Blumentbel Is the happy father
of a handsome baby boy. Tna young
man arrived yeeterdey end mother and
ohlld arc doing nloely.
Yesterday Special Dapnty Collector
Magoffin sold at aaotlon, in front of
tbe oastom house, a number of email
seizure*. The contraband goods net
tad tbe government 1101.80.
The MoOlnty olnb will attempt no
farther bend rebeersele until after tbe
holiday*. The orchestra, however,
will pursa* Its regular rehearse! b on
Wednesday evenings, on* being oelled
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Colas have par
obasad tha handsome resldeno* et 519
Myrtle avenue and will move Into their
new bom* tomorrow, and Mr. U. S.
Stewart will move bis family to 517
Tbe publishers of the El Paso direc-
tory are making a oanvesi of the olty
for that work. They are also tsklng
a census of the olty. Every person
ooncerned In El Paso’* welfare will
oheerfully give them needed Informa-
Mrs. Sllberberg, mother of Hsbeit
and Abe Sllberberg,was taken to Hotel
Dleu last Sunday where she wae oper-
ated npon by six looel surgeons. The
operation wae successfully performed,
though of a vary dalloete and danger
oae nature. She Is now resting ess;
and will return to her home well In a
The Door of Hop* Mission Is en-
gsged in the laudtble etf >rt of provid-
ing a Christmas tree for the poor of
El Paso. Parcels may be sent to or
left at the Mission hall, 24 Soath Ore-
gon street, or a postal oard will re
oslve prompt respoLSs for anything the
public may have to pleo* at the dU
posal of th* Mlsslc 11.
A bunting party has been organized
In and abont MoGtnty headquarters
for tbe purpose of exterminating the
herds of deer that are supposed to
loiter around Montoyab, a few milts
north of E Paso. A wagon In oharge
of a Mexican boy left laat night, bear
tag supplies aod Meiers. Jas. Watts.
Geo. Ogden and Mr. Nlohole will
laav* on horaebaok this morning.
Messrs. Raukhsrt.Oharman aud others
will join tbe party later in the week
It any El Paso merchant gets a Cbl
namau to write e sign for him be
should beware. A 8»n Francisco store
keeper, wishing to advertise hts goods
In the Chinese language engaged a
Colnaman to paint a stgn, expeming,
of oourse, that It would be very at
trsottv*. It did not drew any Csles tsl
trade, bat, Instead, caused the Chi-
nee* passers-by to grlu broadly. Fi-
nally tbe merchant obtained a trans-
lation of tbe sign. It read; “Don’t
bay anything here; storekeeper e
Ou* of th* largest aun spots on rec-
ord, but not th* largest, Is now to be
seen by anybody who will hold a plea*
of smoked glass between hie eyes end
the sun. No telescope la necessary.
The spot has attained to a dlemeter
estimated at 100,000 miles and the
great black shadow may be seen easily
near th* oenter of th* sun'e disc
Many people saw It yesterday, although
there were ao many oloude that tbe
son was obsourtd a large part of the
day. There Is little or no doubt that
It may be seen today, and for several
days, In tha same way, aud It le high-
ly probable that email teleeooree will
suable anyone to see It for many deye
to oome, as the spots ere of slow growth
and slow enbaldenoe.
Cnt Viow«vi—Holiday Prlett.
Carnations...............35a per drzsn
Rosea..............SOotoGOo “ “
Violate..................20o “ bunch
Sweet Peas..............25o “ ”
Smtlax..................25o ’’ string
Holly end Mistletoe, Palms and
Fern*. Mbs. J. H. Comstock.
COR SALK—••Vurntahed room for ron» ’
* toil "Room* for nnt" card* for **lc ml
UX)B SAL1—Blotting p«p*r it th* Timm
tfOR SAL*—Babbit natal at aba Timm
IOK KKN r.
li’< >R HUNT—February lit, the building oe-
*• eupidd by the Timas rub. Co.. »i*e 40x80
feet. Apply to A. P, oies. agent.
POR KENT— Purnikhed Room* at 126 Chi-
x huahua Street.
IPOK R8NT— Nicely furn'ahed roomi, newly
*- renovated. 321 South B1 Pu o Street, oppo-
site Opera House.
TO ANTED-Position by w.utcr white . Dotal
or boarding ho tine. J. M., Time* ofllc
YITANTB1.)—WaitreKeea or waiters; AM he Hotel
Veudomv. Call on the Steward
J THOMAS A. DWYER, JR.
J Commission Merchant (
4 Receiving and Forwarding Agent, i
f STATK OP CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO, f
f Buya aud aclla native and foroitfu pro- f
A ducts on commission, and receive* and A
r dispatcher freights by rail, oxpreaa aud f
j wugons. j
“Why do yon well dear brother?"
When you know that your best girl
wen’s you to get to oar store sod bay
her that beautiful oba’.alalne wa’ch or
hendsoms link bracelet ih* hta ad-
mired In oar wladiw display for the
pest few days. Think for an Instant
bow keen her disappointment will bs
If she doe* not get I ; and then yon will
b> ear* to visit
"No Double to show goods.”
A large assortment of Bn* Brier end
Mtrsohaum pipes et Kobloerg Bros
A stem winding end sotting wa’ch
g!ven wltn every 112 paroles* of Hoi
dev goods at Irvin's.
Lots for sale on monthly payments
by B. F Hammett, agent Campbell
Keel Estate Co.
FALL AND WINTER
FALL AND WINTER
Bteotlfal oottegs dinner sals, 14 50.
Parlor lamps (1 00. China Palace 211
8»n Antonio St.
Steel ranges end stoves at Momsen
' Ac Thorne’s.
J. O. Burk* left yesterday for Ken-
W. Swearengen went np to Las
H. C. Murray returned yeeterdey
afternoon from tbe west.
Wm. Kroft Is np from Cblhuahna
receiving the welcoming hand of hie
Ei Paso friends.
Judge G. B. Newcomb, Col. W. 11.
U Llewelyn and Dr. J. V. Cowan, of
Lie Cranes are In the olty.
Geo. H. Welker, of the opera house,
retnrned to Sea Antonio yesterday
afternoon along with the "In Gay
New York” Co.
Manager Perkins, of th* Postal Tel-
egraph Co., has agalu assumed charge
of tbe office In tblsol’y after a lay-off
of several walks.
Vioe-Presldant Symond went north
this morning on (be Santa F* In bis
private oar *n rou’e to New York
where be will sell for England
B. F. Orookett, so oil train dispatch-
er from tha east, division 28, Peoria,
111., O K. T,, Is tbe new ageut aod op-
erator of the Whits Oaks at Fort Blits
President A A R ibluson win! east
over th* T. & P. yet ter lay afternoon
to hie private oar en route to Topeka
to spend th* holidays with his family.
Manager Panl Undson, of the Mex
loan Herald, eon of J. K Hudson, fir-
mer editor of the Topeka Capital,
passed through yesterday *u rout*
bom* to spend th* holidays.
Judge Edwards sad daughter, Miss
Clara, left on the T. At P. yesterday
afternoon for Terrell, Tex , where they
go lo attend th* fur eral of Dr. L E
Griffith, a close frland.wbo died Mon-
day night, aged 8C years.
Dr. -O. T. Goold, tha popular post
master at Lts Vegas, N. M , It In El
Paso on a short basin ess trip Q The
gtnltl doctor being a staunch D mo-
or*r, will sion have to relliqutsb hie
( fflot, and It It hoped he will retnrn to
journalism, for he It on* of the bright-
set, most graceful end forcible writers
la th* weet.
J. B Hoober of lodependtoot,
K»* , end Jo* Aldrloh of Jopllo, Mo ,
left on th* T. A P. yesterday efetr-
noon for tbelr homes The gentlemen
bev* spent the last four daye In El
Paso on tbelr return from 8 more,
where they went as representatives of
e Joplin mining oompany. Mr. Al
drlob and Mr Hoober are extensive
travelers, end they ety at quellfledly
that El Paio is tb* best town they
ever vlel’#d_ _____
A oomplet* line of tb* latest holiday
goods, fln* books, bronze, gleet end
weveoraet were, doll*, toye, eto , at M.
H. WEBB'S, 220 Ban Antonio street.
I Black, 317 El Peso et., bay* farnltar*
R. t Liiliif,
212-214 EL PASO ST..
W »♦»**<*■*» me**** ♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦
l 9 OUT OF 10
j of the buildings not cracked in
town were put up by. me. it
costs no more to put up a build-
ing that does not crack than
one that does, if you under-
stand your business. My fees
are as low as anybody’s. ♦
Come and talk to me about it. -
E. KRAUSE, Architect,
55 Sheldon Block.
»+»♦♦♦♦* ♦♦♦♦♦«•« eeeem*
THOS. EHRENBERG |
--OKA l,*K IN---—
Paints, Brushes, Varnish.
H^rrlaon Hrc>», f’olora
O’Hrieu \ arninlies.
Carriage and Wagon Painting.
„ . 320 EL PASO STREET.
^ ^^ in lor priova.
J. t. NACLtY, Mgr.
Scotch Barre and Texas Gran-
ites, Polished coin ms, Monu-
ments, Ktc. Samples on exhi-
bition at Caldwell Undertaking,
i Parlors, 305 FI Paso street.
A Few Cool Weather Bargains Which
Surpass any So Called Selling Out
or Discount Sales.
Ladies’ Union Suits, tine quality,
ribbed shaped shoulders and
sleeves, close fitting, elastic shap-
At 50c Each,
All wool, heavy quality Union Un-
derwear, fine dose knit, full
shaped waist, pearl buttons, long
elastic rib ankle,
Ladies’ Ribbed Vest, heavy weight
merino, extra long elastic knit
Men’s Wool Camel’s Hair Under-
wear, trimmed with silk tape,
bound bosom and neck, pearl but-
tons, a bargain,
Men’s Unlaundried White Shirts,
warranted New York Mills bleach-
ed muslin, made with reinforced
back, patent facing on hack and
sleeves, full and long,
221 San Antonio St.
! THE BAZAAR
IN REAL ESTATE
FORTHE COMINC WEEK.
10 lots north half of block No. 201,
fronting 260 feet on Fast Over-
land street, T. & It, depot on
south half, $3,000.
Choice busines property, large cor-
ner lot, pays 12 per ct. net on
price asked, attractive building,
40x120 feet, choice corner, improv-
ed, rents' for $30 per month;
terms easy; look at this, price
Choice lot on San Antonio street,
close in, business.
62’a feet on San Antonio street,
running through to Myrtle street,
on Campbell street; will sell
either front. Bargain.
50 feet on Chihuahua street, near
80 feet trout on Magoffin avenue,
corner Virginia street.
120 feet Magoffin avenue, corner
120 feet Fast Overland street, cor-
78 feet Stanton street, cor. Fourth
street, choice location, bargain.
Three good corners on S. FI Paso
street. Speculation in these.
Choice dwelling house on Myrtle
street at a bargain.
Fine dwelling house on Magoffin
I levelling house, north side,4 rooms,
$1850.00, easy terms.
Several other dwellings, desirably
Best tract of 700 acres in the val-
ley, cheap ami terms easy.
5000 acres, river front,' rich land,
$1 acre, terms very easy.
The most desirable dwelling lots,
north side, in parcels from two to
ten lots; some above the Schuster
place, both sides of the street.
A fine store room next to Max
Schutz, tor lease at $50 a month.
I can offer many more bargains,
and believe I have the best of any
in the city. Persons desiring to
invest will find it to their advan-
tage to see me before buying,
T. H. CONKLIN,
Peal Fstate ami Insurance.
++»!—♦♦+»•—!♦+++——• L-i' a . , ...
ROOmS fol Rout. With the Coming of 1898
The best furnished rooms in the
city are at the PHOFNIX HOTEL.
MRS. A. WOLFF,
Washington Dining Hal)
209 El Pa ho St., El Paso, Tex.
Fluent Keat&uraut In the City.
All th* DalloaoisB of the season.
Kt,«u ar Dinner 115 to H p. in.
Open Gay and Night.
Mkt Hino A Co., Props.
Woo Moo 8ma, Manager
Dinner from 2:30 p. m. till 8 p. m
BOB CHIN WO, Pbopbikto*
10.1 Nun Antonio Hr.. Kl
AT 7IIE BANK SALOON
MERCHANT’S HOT LUNCH
between 10 a. m. and 1 p. m Also
hot soup every Saturday night from
8 to 12.
lli«r« ttlao coni«« Hie n*‘e«l »»f
un interior rruovuti n of th* houa*. We
have new . bright, plettNin.t nrnl nttraetlvc
paper* that have jiml urrlved. Urlren are
from ir»c per double roll up. ('all nod nee
them fir writ© for sample*.
TUI ILL PAINT & GLASS CO.,
1119 San Antonio St Kl Pawn, T< xir*.
( (j )l'Bll HK<H are the mi y rnanuUe- i
tiiff i* of a full line <»t Conleotloiinry, 4
Hit'll (#ra<le C hocolate*, Hon-Hid
C’Hndlea of all dt**crl|»f lorm,
Made Fresh Daily.
Near' Nut*, I>nt<a, Fix* and mported
Fancy ha-ketH, Hr>xe«1 nnd Ximii Tri e
l)<-c ij rati on* X
Fpi rtnl prlC' * T
mad© to Churcb®* X
*r,«l Sunday s<hool*. &
El Paso Lime Works
A. ( OUBCHESNB, Proprietor.
| Dolls and Toys
Cloning ont ....
Our Entire Stock of
AT AOTUAli COST.
Clothing, Shoes and Hats,
Ladies and Gents
Is really the Best and Ohe*peet in the City. Come and
.... he convinced ....
1 THE BAZAAR, fM£pp
REMOVAL SALE !|
p/ OFF ON ALL SHOES.
This week will bring this sale to a close. We will, on Fri-J
§ day after closing, pack the remaining shoes, ready to be moved, j
MON DA'i MORNING, DECEMBER 27,
WILL LIND US IN OUR NEW LOCA-
TION, 1 a; El PASO STREET, READY
Remember only a tew days more remain lor choice values in j
shoes al reduced prices- I'Oil C’AKII 0*1. V.
Men’s Dancing Pumps, kid 1 Women’s Lace Spring Heel
and Patent I oath- ^ , _ Sh,,t's- al‘ sizes ,r,)m - t0 5.
; widths complete,
; formerly $3.(X),
S a ■» -
er, formerly $2.50 •’< ’ *>• ^
Women’s three-point ( dove
kid -common sense
slipper.formerly $1.25 * • *
Children’s Black Jersey Leg-
gi is, ribbon top, nice toi cold
weather wear, ,
formerly $1.00, yUL
Men’s Galt Shoes,brd. toe lace
or Congress, J, N M.
make, formerlv $5.00 T’ .V*
\ ouths’ Call Lace Shoes,welt
soles, nice style, good
Boys’ Narrow Round Toed
Calf Shoes, sewed soles—
dressy, 2 2C
Women’s Extension Sole But-
ton kid Shoes, pointed toe,
sizes broken . __
formerly $5.00, 1'
fitters, formerly $2.25
Childri n’ ih .r,\ Soled kid
Shoes, lace and button- -
3's to 1 1 , / ,
formerly $1,85 *•' .S
Men’s $fi.oo Patent Leather
Shoes, round toe last, going
during this sale , _
Women’s Black Jersey Bicy-
cle l.eggins, ribbon top, fast
color, all sizes, r\nn
formerly $1.00, yOL
Women’s knit Bed-room Slip-
pers, black, red and nnr*
green, formerly $1.00 y'->'-
Oregon St., next to Postoftice;
OPEN UNTIL 8 P. M,
into the most marvel-
lous HOLIDAY BAZAR,
with numberless glittering
toys that will gladden the
/ hearts of thousands of childreh—
/ with Xmas suggestions lurking in
■ ^ / e\ ery nook and corner—with the
^ / most remarkable collection of beautiful,
useful and ornamental Xmas gifts ever
collected under one roof in the history of
Bring the children to view, in speechless
admiration, the wonderful creations of toy-
makers. Holiday goods require—not demand—
every inch of available space—all other stocks
will, tor one week, play a secondary} part in this
Room is the most precious commodity just now,
and so that room may be gained and be gained quick-
ly, WE WILL SELL AT FORCED SALE all our
toys AT HEAVY REDUCTIONS.
MUCH MONEY CAN BE SAVED
by those who are wise enough to anticipate' their re-
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El Paso International Daily Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 303, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 22, 1897, newspaper, December 22, 1897; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth580955/m1/3/: accessed August 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.