Abilene Daily Reporter, May 1, 1891 : Front Page

Publication: Abilene Daily Reporter May 1, 1891

Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 1, 1891, Abilene, Texas J: JÂMM A. LOWET, PÜBLISEIB A WNklj Kfwi^^r—OfTotaá U tk§ Ihr§l^mnt «f Abilta«, T«7ltr O^aaty, uà th§ "Ahiln§ Cftuiry" TXEMS, 11.50 PSR mit —-)--- VOLUME 7. ABILEKE, TAYLOK CX)UOTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAT 1, 1891. JSUMBKti lU I . _ . ^ _ TKXO. VBYCK, President. J. G. LOWDON, CMhier WM. CÂMSSON, Vio».Pm. TKXO. VBYCK, President. J. G. LOWDON, CMhier WM. CÂMSSON, Vio».Pm.THE ABILEM NATIONAL BANK, Lñrgegt Banking Institution in the Ahilene Country. This Institution is Managed in the Interest of Enterprises Favorable to the Abilene Country. ÍFe Would Like Tour BuMine^s. TirEOD. HEYCK, WM. CAMEROK, GEO. P. PUILUPS. E. B. ROLLINS, J M. DACGHEETT; J W. KED, W . B BRAZELTON, J G. LOW'DOV i |jt.cBOiii iituo its lucic lo a uiopvoi- ifrom school, and other erramls,, ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ! uever loitering, never idling. His visage said that be had a high pur- POWDER Absolutely Pure Obituary. IHake the Store Attractive. How to Tell Good Oats, ! A Fractleal Snggestlon. i .. , American Grocer. Good oats are clcan, hard, dry, It is almost a self-eviddnt propo- I Jior sometmogiDoietnanayear ^ ^^^^ attractive store is a I street, heavy, plaaip, fall of doar, : sition that, if not checked in his there has been seen passing along ^^ proprietor. | and rattle like shot. They have a voracious career, Jay Gould wiji , our streets a qmet, nianly Doy <» i This is the more noticeable at the clean and almost metallic luster, gobble all of the leading industries ; sixteen sammers ^ | present time as there is a disposi- Each oat in a well-grown sample is ti^e eoantry. His course remind nearly of the same size. There ^ said to on« in view of the fact that the mar- are but few small or imperfect hoarders: . , t^ gins of profit are smaller than for- grains. The bard pressure of the 'Tlease, sir: there is Doihing in .posemhfe, and while he seemed ^^ ^^ ^.^ange their stock ! nnil on oat should leave little or the bouse to eat." ; never to be hurrying ^o^a ; g^d display their wares, that cus-j „o mark. Tbe kernel when "How about the fish? ' said the the signet was plain, '1 will ac-, ^jjj ^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ | ^^^^^^^ between the teeth should boarder. complish.- JiP/'J^^® The day has passed when i cii£> rather than tear. The skin "Piease. sir; liie cat ave robust,^ the healthful ~ | our country merchants can do | shonld be thin. The size of the them" . phere ot this country ^as rapitiiy , lighted i kernel will be less in proportion "Tuen there's some eoki chie-k- »TABUSHEÜ l.-Tti NATIONALIZED 1^4. The oldest Bank in the Abilene Country. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, OF ABILENE, TEXAS. CAPITAL $125,000. SURPLUS 825,000. Tranfn'ctt a Genrral Ba7ikinp Business. OoUeaiona « Specialty and Promptly Remitted for G A. KIRKLAXD, J. M. RADFORD, developing him in siature and streugtb. Such was the outvvard : ^^ Wackene.l ceiliug, tl.; Jäe oat is not rerv materia!. b.,t seemmg of Edgar B. Swv.se e^en : ^^^^ ^^^^ A creum of tartar l,aking powder, on tlie morning of the lltU of i ered over with medicine cards, aud ,.. " ,, , Highest Of an in livening .tre„gtb.-! April as he passed out of town stoop littered up with barrel. 1' Aga.n. black LafstU s.(iovem.nent Kood Report, toward the prairie foralmnt. That „f salt, plow points, bags nffeed.!" "" '"'"^f""' ®oil. etc., the impression made by Ti^ieVsi^miTci^ia-j ""e evemng jaue«, a.iu «.i i terior beiug deepened when once "'¡."■"V "Xt day „as ailing with «ore; Generali? on the Urr goods ! Drs. EVARTS & STII.E8, j throat, which soon developed into , ^^^^ ^^^ ,, Oa.s ure no. r.ecessanly oad oe BOaiOPAIBIC PBTSICIASM"'"" P™'™'" pairs Otiy specked bose hanging:":"^'; "7;'" . » AND SURMONS' ««««"'P»'"''''J^'P-^ Lra it; a show case covered with b- .hey must coMa.n : «^Diseases of Woraea a Specialty-^^toms of Other maladies. He grew : , , , ■ ,, less amount oi riour per ou.-ibe — - - ■ • " I oust anci containiiisr a ^eiuauie .1 »1 1 • 1 1 rninS.knia^e rapidly worso until Saturday after- i thni-siiuined oats .viihoa stores with wooden blinds, dirty ^ ^han the skiu is thick. The color " "Please, sir; the cat —" '•Wasn't there a tart of some sort]" "Please, sir; the cat—" ^^w^a .ue "«"Y"- of salt, plow points, bags of feed, | Sh^rt "niumroatr ^^^ ^nd ^ day he caught cold and came home : iiuoression made by tlie ex- ' ^ ^ ' ' preferable Office NoHh Second Street. rani HI tr Dr. Everts'residence at J ulonick place rapiuty uiim ^^^^^ thrown together in , , , North Side ; Dr. Stiles' over office, , noon, the ISth inst., at -lo o'clock, ^^^^^^ eonfusion, while the counter let's have it all at once.'" If the government intends to «to anything in regard 10 r:iiIroad or ielegra()ii linos it had be:ier catc^ Jaj Goultj. cook him. and ha%-e all at once.—Te.\;is Siftinus. H. PARRAMORE. OTTO W. STEFFEKS. T. S BOLIJSS, BROOKE SMITH, E. H. SINTEMS ite With ampie e.-ipital and large facilities to handle all desirable business, we invit correspondence and eolicir a continiumce of the lioeral patronage extended to us. y. W JAMES. PivsideiU KD HUGHES, V President B. B. KEXrON. Cashier. HEXBY JXMES, Ass't Cashier THE i DR. il crBOYC^. DU.J. A. PIPKIN.! when death claimed him for a ric- I Residence: Residence.: jj^ ha4,every attention that ! C'jrner Chestnut and Co. Cedar and j\. /th Seventh st.^. i cA'r'A. Scientific SKill and affeciionate and DRS. BOYCE & FIPKIN intelligent nursing could render, ■ Offer their proffessional services to {jat .all to no pur[)0se. He was ' the people of Abilene and vicinity in all' ,, „ ^ 1 i- n .the braLhes of the profession. Calls, the son of our esleemed fellow- is covered with countless rem- The IIIi 11 d Love Gaiiie^. nants of calico in rumpled shape. There are many jzames thai the The grocery sdde of the store be- i blind take g-reat pleasure in. playing unapproachable by barrels of ing. One oi' tiiese is checkers, sngitrin front of the counter, while instead of fiat men ihey use |)egs the scale pan.s are either blacken- the board being perforated with \\RMERs AND Merchants National Bank, OF ABILENE, TEXAS. I CAPriAi - - S6o,000.00.: i answered at all ijonrs. day or night. townsmen, Gr.\. and Lonisa Ser- , . ,. , 1 1 • i Okfick—Up Stuirs in SteflVn's brick. ............ed by constant weighing oi gun- holes ni the corners oi tne squares Che.-^tniit streei.'near Palace llotei. DR. D. R. FOWLER, PHYSICIAN AND SCMEON, cnEST.NUT ST., .IBII.KNK Obstetrics and dissfaseö of women a specialty. Oßioo in new brick, Chestnut street: Residence on Oak street, south o! court honse. rise, who "moved here froin Sher ' man, Texas, a year ago last March. Edgar was born to tliein in Kansas City, AR>.,on the IGth of March. 1875; tbat then beiuii their home. Edgar's 'outward seeming did powder, tea, coffee and shot in tJie -inio which the pe«rs are pui. I>oio-sanie scale, while the sugar scoops inoes is anotiier favorite ijarue are coated a quarter oi'an inchthiek witii the blind. The spots in ihe with gnm, and leave a black mark dominoes are sunken so that liic every time it is forced into the ^ nuinber is ueterinined instantly by barrel. A few old rickety chairs ; the ii iich. Wc-do not ;bnt in P^vrt^teîl the story of his in- ^^^^^^^ unblack^u stove card plavin^, wrues a leachei en co ara ¿re of JOHN K. HOXIE, CHAS. KENYON. ED. S. HUGHES, W. F. FLOURNOV, j B. B. KENYON. F. C. DIGBY ROBERTS, and F VV. JAMES. ; I CoileeiioHii received on all uccessiblk. points, and returns promptly ^«a^® , ^^ | CMefal attention piven to the business of correspondents LettPrs of mqairj- chcerfallj and j promptly answered NEVER TOO MUCH TROUBLE TO PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS. TRY US. OUTDDIMn n hmxe for the right 6. W. SrltnDmU, m. U. : that he could bear injustice and HOMCEPATHIC PHYSICIAN. ; indignity father than resent con-Chronic Diseases a Specialty. ¡trary to God's commandment. A in the centre, upon wuicn tl e })ro- ' tlic blind, in the St. I.oiiis Kepub-prietor sits and smokes wi-.h the be. and I suppose that is why most bummers, who make it a lounging of the boys play so well, it being _____________________ . . , . . place. The above is a picture of: understood that a boy learns most Office at Kesidence south of Metho-1of the^ scriptures; he ^^^^ eountry store of twenty years thoroughly wlu^t he is not wanieti-dist ChurijJi. Abilene. Texai. Guersisey!«» and Jerseys. The lìuernsey and Jersey breetis ofcartie come iVo^a diiferent Lì-lands in the IJriiish ciiannel. Un each island care is taken co pri-ser\'e iis favorite strain in its piii/ it}' .au(; tiie :wo are more alike in-ilieir ;;cnerai apì^earance tiian tli-; cows ofany otuer hreeu, allhough the Gucrnsey is the larger 01 the two by from 1 .'0 io 2<H) pound?. Bota are ntuod ["or ;he i".chness Oì' their inilk, aiid for iLiat reasoii aro high'y esteenieù fann'y cows. In ti;;? C''>nntry tìie Jerseys ara :nurh the v.iovv nuMierons, but the Gneriìseys are nuTeasing in nniir-i>er. and tliere c\re nianj notabia herdsofthein tha' are esteeined bv (bcir owners and ad!n;rers as àì ' V e n ¡ore J. G. tu KRIK Conveyancer. \V'Il>L STITH, Notary Public. H. M. HENDERSON. Snrvevor. I was 80 devout and exemplary in ^^^^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^^^ prepared by pcrfo- I his daily walk that his mother said : ^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^ ; ^ be- ' rapid progress made in store de- name ot nnin to the wriLar several months Currie, Stith & Henderson, GENERAL LAND, LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENTS .\BJLK\E. TAYLOR COUN-TY, TEXAS. least ta e equa;, ir noi íiesirable in ali re>pe<n Jersej's. The nnlk or ìhe two breeds, wlit^n iested iur oiitier ìtìt; lias been found so nearly alike that no prei'erenee can o e given to tiai respect. Dr. W. W. WALLACE, ^ tu tu« .uun... uc- progress made in store de-i name of the .uit indicated "by PHYSICIAN and SURGiOX- by our metropoltian mer- ; punctures in one corner and the ABILENE, TEXAb. , example .fo all oT them in the ^^^^ vounger generation number in another. Our little Calls attended either day or mght. bhome. Tire mother's mother, Mrs., ., , * 1 1 h,«;,. o-wi ».->1-0 one o% er thi> oth--r nj tl Office over Harris' Drugstore. Resi-i . .. ' " . ... : ot coutHry mercnants, who by con-; girls pla} with then dod^ and take ^^^^ ' dence in property formerly owned by L.:'^"ristmn Lal\in, now eignty 5 ears: ^^^^^^^ cities, are-"iS much didi^rht in dressing them - Maicr.DR. F. N. BROWN,D E X T I S Est.'ibÜHhí'd ABILEN iE XA S. OHN A. WILLIAMS.DR. I i. ANDERSON, Attörney-at-Law. Abstracter AND loan A GE NT- y - -, \ T rr^ ry H \ s / j Á Pine Street. hi iene. Pine Street. hi iene. 1 e xas, old, who makes her home with : Bro. Servis, will so sadly miss him; as he was so thoughtful and unremitting in his attentions toward her. They indeed seemeil self-elected companions. Dutiful and affectionate us a son. ' gallant and loving as a brother toward his sister Annie. Oh, how vacant will seem his place in the home! But look up. you shall Owner Oí îiiê Taylor Coüflty Abstract Co, ImU. i>. T. Bi.Ensoi:. K. K. I.UGFTT. Complete abstract of title to all lands in Taylor county, lots in Abilene, Buffalo Gap and Merkel. Abstracts furnished on short notice and at reasonable rates. Money to loan at lowest rates and on better ternts than ever offered in West Texas. BLEDSOE & LECETT, meet with him again ere long. Jt were needless that i should ^bape that they could be keptcun- say that he was a christian, for ^tantly before people's eyes. Cod- - J such virtues as we have but fee- fish, for instance, a few'yearsaso Attorneys '-at - L-aW^ bly portrayed do not eminatefroin ^ould only be bought by the quiu- PIXE ST., ABILEXE. any otlier life than that "hid with f^i h-ul m i)ilpd mi a i-eH'ir- Will practice in all tlie courts and give • , • , , , ti • • , nna Uad tO De piieu , U a ce. i.a? 5se attention to :dl busiress intrusted Christ in (lOd. lie joined the thrown in business relations with as other little girls could possibly our city trade have beeii inspired il<>. One day last year sve had a by what they constantly see, to , photographer take picture.H in pattern after them, li was gener- ^ groups of tlie difi'erent classes and ally held that a grocery stock could ' tiicir teachers, Vv'hen we not be made attractive: now it is a • '»vere reatiy to take the primary conceded fact that no line of i class there was a genera! break t'or goods is capable of arrangement ' their dolls anii not one of tiiein so varied and catching, as a sen-era! grocery stock. 3Ianutactur-ers have vied with each other to put their various wares into su(d) iio<l Help Ilio j^iirpluíí. It will take all the 2«>ld and ai- ver pro(iiio-n! !ij foiir years "i; pas iions made Conu'i'ess. Ali the til e woria lor the appropria-'he I>i!lion Doli.ir would consent to i)e taken until she had got her (ioUie ptopeily in her a rais. tues ü: a I í very protected iVir tin ee vear? Oi'ai; n t i 0 U :Ì i lì N I Protnpt attentioii given to the investigation of old land titles, j close attention to ;dl biisii ess intrusted »-nrist in uou. iie joined ine Honey brought in out of old Notary Public work done in office. 1 t^o their care. Methodist church in Sherman f.^gì^joned hiVes, dripping and re- Office up stairs in Maverick Building, Pine Street, Abilene, Texas. I - ^^ ^ LOCKETT. ^^^ Pnl-^ive looking: mince meats m family moved to Abilene they con- barrels, necessitating its H V n V_/l ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, ABILENE, TEXAS Office over Fiournov BuildlnL;, Clu'Sinm St FOR HOUSE FURNISHIN V.I Band i^awing-, ripping, turning bracketH, turned ef>luinn.< Cyprofis tanks, bnilt to order. Shop <.n Soulli First St., - - Abilene, Texas TOTTEN BROS., PROPS. DR. 0. B. FOWLER, P. a. HILL. I ATTOIIXEY - AT- I.AW, ' ABILENE, TEXAS. I OfSo« over First National Hank [ __ _ __ ____ C.A.KIRKLAND, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Oftice over i'"ir,it National liunk. .VHII.KM-:. lEXAS. IS A L F: s ^ S A V L E S, T Abilene,.......Texa.'^. Ofîiee, comer of .Vorîli 'Jrid aiul Pine Sr?. DEALER JN nected themselves with the Meth- ^ging put out of sight. Now these odist church here. Edgar took three particular artic es, which his phace in the church and Sun- the merchant tried to put in the day school, and soon became li- „jogt out-of the-way corner, are so brarian of the Sunday schooi. they are main shelf Tbongh quiet in his demeanor, he attraction^. This holds good in attracted friends, and many wiil^ije putting up of ail package miss him here, goods, but these three are men- The subject would bear more tioned because the transformation being .said, and better said, but as the manner of handling them his pastor I write this humble ^ay been so marked. To desig-tribute in memoriam with asad mue particularly ho w !<> display the heart, but brim full of liope tor the various lines would make this arti- cie altogether too lengthly. and 1 Though the rain j)revented the (j^f^r specitic description for a news of his death and time of fu- futuie article, my idea being now neral from beconung generally to impress upon the merchant that known, a goodly number followed an attractive store simplihes his the hearse to the Methodist church work, chives pleas^ur- 10 his help Sunbav afternoon at o o'clock, ^nd is constantly educating the Tit foi-Tai. T11 e i'o 1;ou'inii'storis to 1 d 01' Or, ?»Iagee, the archbishop of York tlesi^'nate. Some time .•^inee the bisiiop was i.nninu with a total ale siaiii-.-r, who proN'ided only water as the be^eraííe oi' ins guest;? at dinner. The host howes er, leaned forsvard and whisperetl confidentially to tlie bishoj) ; "You will tind some wine iu yottr bedroom." An amusing' look passed over Bishop Majxee's face, ¡.»nt h;s thonfiht.s. such as ihe\ were, wt-re ke})t to himself till the littin;:;- •¡me should come. Xot lonu' after iiiis same oeutlemnn Wiis dinini;- with the bishop in return at the paiaee at Peterborough. This lime the only tiCverau'e was wine, i)ur the iiishop leai ed forward ind ■.'■liis-pered contldentially to his guest : ••You'll rind some vvnier in \onr 1 "i e < i - r 0 0 u /." — London T11M b t s, lii.,!u> Ai; ;[ie in 1,1 H 1.1 e years, AH the w ( M i ! e n ui ! ! i 5 i o r í American e -.vorxef§ age-, ntie. :n LblfO i 'Tív vt-ars, .Vil the wau'es na id in .\íl A'C glass uidusrncs í'o; Iii) vears. - Dar toi.it wliea' crop for Is-¡o wiii onì pa V ()ue-iììivt\ ufi'. ( ) u r tota! corn i .-np fur i s 01 w'ìì o uh pay I'.vo-íhu'ds of "IT ud h el p t Li e snrp:_ìsr (i od i] e li) lì) e woì'k.n g ni an. — Iv^. Happy Hoosiers, TinwiK-ni, -n' í ^v^!tc^; "r, It'c'in' lì:'i fi's í,ì i>[or ì;o' ■ hn n n b • : Mi cines fomC'ined. b^r î hut : in g a risi n g fri-m i\ n bu-t ro u i n e. ' c o ìi n i." s i o a n (J s[()<■ k 'üan, < >; "Find hleetrie ibi' e r> best ]\;due\' and l.i'cc iniob'' me f^ao a h.- ■} a s I i '..i ; j aad and iavc: far a; Cl T. W. DAUCHERTY, Dry Goods and Drugs! CHESTNUT STREET. ABILENE. HAS A FULL STOCK OF DRY GOODS. And in Connection Tberewith a The Karliesit I.ens. The earliest known lens is one made of rock crystal, uneathed by l,ay<=rd at Nines eh. Tins ieiiS. the whore the funeral was preached clerk and developing bis powers age of which is to be measured by UltftFUPvinrj ( ftinwplinf It Í1W dlscoveretb , of ingenuity. The stock for a i^'^^i^ands of years, now lies in the AfiOriK) and tOllllseltOr-al-LaWj^j^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ general trade will be a resource British Museum, with its surface ABILEXF.....TEXAS, | bringeth ont Í0 light the shadow ^ufticient for him to build on, and |bright as when it left the ma- Office over Lapowski's store. I of death." Had the commanity , :f be is satisfied to ns3 tiiese re- ^ hands. By the side of it are j g^Special attention to Collections.-^ j the house wonld have Í sources without being able to ' ery recent speciuiens of lens J. 31 WAOSTAFF, | been fall. change the interior of'^the store :^^^ve been ruined by expos ; AXTORKEY AT L AW! ^^^ buried on a beau- continually like the turn of a ka- i Abilene, Texas. itifullotin the Abilene cemetery, ¡eidoscope, he bad better step \Vill practice in the district andMnt^eu®^ cT the burial ritnal of Jown and out, and give way to A', ! oirdncr, iiarci a ai 0 f : he sa me ;> -vn, ÎI ! e ^briers ; s j a > ' ice man wiio i> ab ra a caw iit'i iic:' he b IÍI a d ¡Í a ^v 1 jc- agì and feiî ci-^' ibvc bai sc ì;!! iìic. ÍJ;¡; at }ja>s Ijro- meoieaaa nianA -î-na^r'amn ' , -r^s: Kícr- o'.v;, ami do.b: 'S .r dicsa jj r goícl api)e";i e bau a "ì:i'a' I a a i hai gs'oi ure to Loudon's fogs and >moko . county courts, and give close attention {ti^g Methodist cbnrch. »ome ! to all business entrusted to Lis care.! . , , , , , iOiflce over Firet Xational Bank. ! ith sorrowlul hearts the be- Aimn. La Crippe Again. Duringthe epidemic of LaGrippe i ne: ; aa aia ale ' :ia: ■A\'har t^vcryi)i>d\ .niasAuc trae." ii'^^arN" b'oo:<, tne leading merehan t oi' \ c >v- Ivaoxsiile. Ohio, says: •■Ci:am beri.ii a's Cough Rem-edv ;ias taken well here; everybody likes i:. Tsiev -aN' a gi^es immediate rei i e f." Tnaî *îs what makes it >^0 popnauc It is-urompl in re iie vi ti 2' a aoagb o r cold and eon a'wa\s ia; dcpentled uDon. Tliére is norhiMg that wiiî loosen and relie^'e a ço!d ^o aniekly. Por sale by (ìeo, (" Harns a: lïro.. Druggists. ' VErastus Graham, ATTOEXKY-AT-LAW. \ Sweet ])oratöes are snccessfaiiy N more progressive young; i^.^t sea=on Dr. King's New Dis- : covery for consumption, cougiis reaved turned their faces toward ^ . ^ and colds, ])roved to be the l)est ; home again, but it will ever be a ; A Chicago savant who claims to i remedy. Reports from the many cakivated la csiern i - , A * , have discovered the bacillus of; who nseu it conhrm the statement, inrrow.s. ibar it av aoi ominous word.s They were not quickly relieved, ^^ Texas aiivis; \ n in give special atreni Complete Line of Drugs and Medicine. Will give special attention to convey-on titles to real estate. Street. Abilene. T. A. IIE3ÍRY, but the disease left no bad after throw up !ii<- bed>) little mound and plant and culti- , . , . . , . uul me uist-use leii. uu ui»u »i^ci , , , . , , , that the destroying germ s ninlti-, "" a slips are readv to bd><et our. Lav vate flowers, which speak forth; . ,, , ? . .results. ^^ e ask vou to give this , tbe goodness of God and minute-' i lemed trial and we guarantee the furrows o;r oeds aouur tiireo mnrfaiitv to make itmore to be dreaded I that you will be satisfied with re- feet apart. usUig a ten-inch piow. oTê- the THE PUBUC INVITED TO CALL. Pmiroftuge SalMted : Satisfaciiopi Guarunteed. 'OflSce orer Lapoweki's store, Abilene, Texas, ly prophesy of a^bl^s^l^m^t^hty. j ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ yellow j suits, or the purchase price will High beds are not t ie best> e.x- • m fever, and that it will eventually ! J^® refunded. It has no equal in grounds, where ic is being , , . Al -il il' i la grippe, or anv throat, chest or ,, 1 1 • The man who will neither tisn | sweep ine eartii witn sncn trouble. ìnarDotilesfreeat ;^-^'^^ to>ba.^e alter nor cut bait should not be reck I atruetive virulence as to threaten j ßaas Bros', drug store. Targe stirred. Sandyl and is especiiillv/ Oned BS one of the crowd, 1 nonnlPA «n«! Amnirod i hAttÎAQ Klt/^ and iti . «nitpiì tn swapT peoples and empires. I bottles 50c and $1. suited to sweet pot.itoes. \ ;

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Publication: Abilene Daily Reporter

Location: Abilene, Texas

Issue Date: May 1, 1891