Sam Butman Farming

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Sam Butman Farming - THE WEEKLY REPORTER FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1907. HIS...
THE WEEKLY REPORTER FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1907. HIS 9200 WORK NORSK KILLED ON A HARROW. H. H. Parker. 1 ivin jec three miles west of town lost a valuable work horse a few days ago in a peculiar manner. The horse was pulling e- harrow and in making a short turn the harrow was turned over thn driver pulled on the reins and the horse reared reared up and fell back on the teeth of the implement. A Rood horse is more valuable valuable than money these days. Ini 11D3©—=» U^HTLy MAKES THE SKIMDW© WHAT THK KIDN KYS DO. Their Unceasing Work keeps Strong and Healthy. All the blood in the body passes through the kidneys once every three minutes. The kidneys filter the blood. They work night and day. When healthy they remove about 500 grains u want to real coffee, sealed pack* Arbuckles* NEWS FROM CANYON BY FARMER AND RANCHMAN. The Reporter is in receipt of a remittance remittance on subscription and an order for copies of the Immigration and Industrial Industrial edition from that popular and successful stockman and farmer at Nubia, Sam Butman. He also reports the following news items from that community. Mulberry Canyon has had good good rains and in some parts half the farmers have there crops well underway underway and cotton chopping will soon be the order of the day. It is hard to tell what the early corn and maize that stood through the dry weather is going going to do, but the chances for late fe d are good. Our six months school taught by Miss Della Sutphen in the Butman district will close tomorrow. We have had a very successful term.

Clipped from The Abilene Reporter14 Jun 1907, FriPage 8

The Abilene Reporter (Abilene, Texas)14 Jun 1907, FriPage 8
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