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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 27 June 1885

rv f 'J.'' I lr ?' .-. r .V f " v - v T ,-" n- 'fry? -w PALO PINTO STAR. Mntcrfcd'nt tlio postotnco in 1'ald Pinto Texas, 4 Second clASs matter. SAWniDk.Y,,TUNE27, 18&. .& Matters. Wo nro not rnspousibWor the opinions of bur correspondents. ChurcH Directory. CmhIstIaiJ rhiirch. TCffler A. Clark, broaches lit said chilreli tllb 4th Sunday in bach month, , Methodist ("luirch (smith). Hov. Jl. Mllkl., C. Services 1st Sunday in each month, it tlio M. K. church. 1'rayor moot- ing each Tuesday nie;ht, . Sunday School, every Sunday at 3 o'clock in thp afternoon. Hait-ist. Slaughter Vnllov church. "Rev. G. "SV. Slaughter Paaiox. Services 2ndSimduv ii. each month at tho Christian church , Palo Pinto Baptist church. Rov. W. E. Nowbrnligh preaches on the 3rd Sunday in bai'li month at tlm Chrit!an church. . Union 'Sunday School. McoU evorv Sun- Uay morning at 0 o'clock at tho Christian church, i , , J. II. BnUer Supcrinfbndant. II. F. Sanders, Seel Societies. Palo Pinto Lodgo No. 319, A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 27 June 1885

)-v JVv- '"Yj&rt, "t ., ( tr k " '-n s-f4 T " -wr " rr " "" v ." v as 2H h V . W SENATORIAL' BUGBEAR. Mr. Cleveland, In Making Ills Appoint- ments, Does Not Cnter to o Wishes ot the Senatorial Majority. Whllo tho work of reform of tho pub- lic sorvlco la going on quietly and smoothly nnd tho Administration Is using raro judgmont and skill in ap- pointments and removals, tho 6nomios of tho President arc still keeping up tho lugubrious howl of tho partisan, pro- testing against tho turning-out of thpso faithful workers who tried all tho lullu- onco of ollico to put Mr. Blaino in tho Whito House. Tho chief Ananias of tiicm all, who usos tho Tall Tower as n laboratory for minimising truth to a vanishing point, impudently asserts that tho men who have beon turned out of tho Government sorvico wero of a higher avorago in character, experionco and efficiency than thoso who havo suc- ceeded them. As far as character, ex- perioneo and efficiency regard tho Tribune tacaning of such terms ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 4 July 1885

" ' w "7 .J THE PALO NTO STAR. Established Juno, 1870. "Xiot Justioo 33o Doii(i lio XXou-umH Ifnll." Torrna, $l.CO poi Annunl, VOL. VII. PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO 0 S, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1885. NO. 3. jL & fmkw-- v mt LHHiLLLLHL BULLS, BEARS AND LAMBS. Ho who cnrrlos loads of stocks In his ento or In his box, And to hold tbom has tho rocks, That's a bull. , IIo whosolls what ho hns not Knocks tho prices, cold or hot Uopos tho world wllljM to pot, i That's a boar. Ho who oomos down ovory day, Hits tho mni kot any way, Lies In wait for jjulloloss prey. That s a broker. ITo of check and qutto a fop, Wajros Bmnll, IiIrIi life can't stop,- Blows his dust Into Imokot shop, , That's a clerk. Mr. Frosh (tho silly "bloko"). Who doos his cash In Wall strcot soak," And goes homo later, flat doad broke, " That's a lamb. . j. Financial Journal, l LATE FOR DINNER. A Conjugal Dialogues, Quarrol and Reconciliation. At tho Maoy mansion tho dinner hour Is six o'clock sharp, Mr. Maoy, who has boon abso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 4 July 1885

'asw; A 'n JPALOTOTO STAR. runusHM) kvkuv sxronnAY r ' .r. O. HO N.'lEflltor and Pi'npt'i- SATUltp AY. J ULY 1. 1 885. V. P. Sebastian Esq., of BrcoU iiifidge, lias bcon appointed Dopnty U. S. Revonno Collector for. this district. r-pi rx&zi THE STATE OF TEXAS! Countvof Palo Pinto, f Bv virtue tbo and tax. collector of Palo Pinto county ,Toxns,I cecu to son at puwic auction at tno uoor oi county, lrxim, uuruif; mo uours prcHcriuon t August, 1885, it being tho,4tli day of said mo real estate 6r somuth tlifcreof asliaU bo county taxos and costs duo upon the rcspecti Baio 'win no mauo to me party wno win piy quantity of such land "What aro wo to drink?" asks tbo Louisvill Courier-Journal In Texas thoy 8113', "what will you take?" But porbapa a IContuokmu doesn't, liku to bo misunderstood. Ft. Worth Gazotto. ' In Palo Pinto county wo say, "you sboll bavo nothing to drink."' .Thcro is a religious sect in Ohio who boliovo that wbnn human Doings dio thoy turn into cats. Doesn't it inak...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 4 July 1885

fHZi. -m: pt w'W&- fh :- mi jLvwtfr-. y? fi-fSfr w- , -' !f)? 'V. ,fW -JZJ iSft u PALO HOTO STAR. littered hl"the .iiostofllco In' lnW l'lnltt 'iW a tpcopdelnas matter. , m '";, I""-', '''"Trr'n'i'i"'l?!''tr'l': '"'" "."'. 'r"''';-tA,'Tr'.'''-' sAiDay, jtmY 4188,.; .'',; oW Matters. Wo mo not ro',p6iibld for tho opinions of our corropondenl&. MtvLV W, Vnughafl is off to Jow Mcx!copn i',UbincM trip.. -. Creed Glide U at ills, pnftfcngnin in tliojinrtoflloo..., , Now is thotimo to tako tlidiSTAn.'' It if tlio people's friond. . "- ' ' . l Tom. Wilxon is off to FortVorlb on a Abort buaineiis Irip. ' ' Mr, J.- L., Ounnlri'gliattS is ofT'for n Ticil to lior mother in Ctftno.' Little David : McLaren' wo-regret to hoto iiarl' tho Inlifortuno" to brako hi arm lhis,woek.: ' - , - Tlio dcliqnnent tax list utilizcp tho majority of our space thin week; Mr. Thoi Bfazldtoh and wife, of Gordon spopt Sumlaj in our town. " Shoriff:.O.wdn. begun to force. 'tlio payments? laxoS on tib 2nd inat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 4 July 1885

kH :, -5 kl tv. - v -11 'A ;1 THE PRESIDENT'S PURPOSE Ills Object U to Kinder Emolont tbe CItII Berries of tho Gorernment. Although it is but little moro than thrco months sinco Mr. Clovoland was jnductod into tho Presidential ofllco, it is already apparent that ono of tho ohiof object? of his administration will bo to bring tho civil sorrioo of tho Govern- inont up to its highost possiblo stago of ofllcienoy, no matter how much tlnio and deliberation tho carrying out of this progrsiumo may roquiro nor how much impatient and unfriendly criticism it may provoke No moro important subject could pngago his attention from now on to tho assembling of Congress, nor is any other so essoiitl.il in its prelimi- nary relations to tho great work of ad- ministrative reform, while all candid obsorvcrs of the situation must admit that tho President, in spito of a fow questionable appointments Which ho was'decoived into making, lias sliowil an ndmirablo aptitude for tho respon- sibility which ho ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 11 July 1885

& " r if ' 4 IfEPAp)i fcTO?.-,STAlf- i ,,.,,., , .,,.? -" , . . " ... : jX . i .. ifa - .-h. : Z-1 : ' "X.ot JusUcb -BOAiPf ojiloaVonri nll." n tostubllahod Juno, 1878. VOL. VII, . Ytf ,'WA)DfeNfei's'un"ons. 1? - ,h!L bo-itou ho. iv , 'Ada oycstbat iikb the diamonds slaW I DrlRht inaidon with tho quoonly nlr, rOncp more Inslr, wilt thou bo mlno?1 Oh I (five consent nnd bo my .wife, . , Soldo pity kindly show to mo; , ' TI lovo thee better th.au uiylliro, ' f, And chcoiXolly would dlo-f or thoo. , TUB MAIDEP. , - Oh. dopottcnBqmonowIprnyju ,. -Talk lovo to mo somo othor day!"'' . 7 rtpTQOit NO. 2. 7 i Tho reaspn.wEyTvo called to-day , Js scttrcoly know Just what to say l?And-cr-woll, will you bomySvtfo? i mi'll never know llfo's cares or Ills, ,,'n B,1,ts ,lI", Jowolsyou shall sliino, I'll foot your millinery bills, And well, In br.of, will you bo mlno? THE MAIDEN, Thislssofcuddont But oh, lal I think you'd bottor speak to pa. Huston Courier. PALO PJNTO, 1ALQ PXNT$f fesATttRDAY, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 11 July 1885

v M$ fi ,o- W- J gALOfPiNyo star runuqiiKu KViutr batuuday i . O. BON.TCJltor andFiopt'l' SATUUDAY JULY 11, 1686. -Tbe Apaches aro reported as hating boon appeased by additional "rations from tho storos of tho army. -iS. groat doal of aontimont is being 'indulgod in aomo quarters over tho relations of tho govornmout to tho Indians. Despite this aontimontal discussion, tho fact bo Jit mournful or happy is, that tho Indian has boon going and must go. What difforonco, then, whctlior tho proceea bo rapid or sW, sinoo oxtinction is nnovitabloF meroy to tho whites 'since thoro Booms in final results to 'bo no meroy for tho Indian demands .speed. Tho boat way to 'appease" tho AToscaloro-Apaoho, or any sort ol an Apaohe, is to kill him whon ho grows "rostlosa." If this plan is objected to, then tho white ratn ought Io bo kopt out of tho roach ot tho Apacho. Unloas thov aro kopt widoly separated, ono or mo other must bo killod, and civil- ization demands tho eonvorsionof all ApacLes into goo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 11 July 1885

t; . to 'iHA! Jr.-JJJ m. MflMV n PALO HIsfTO BTl Kntered at the- poHortW la Palo Mstb Texas, as seeondclass.matlef.. . SATUBDAY; JULY 11,, 1888. Local Matters. We aronbf rospontlMo for tho opinions fit, our correspondents. Mr. M. L: (Jarrett was at 8trawn. this week nttcnding'to sorao civil bu elness Jn'justico court. , ' Wo return thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Bcl.ohor and otliors.for courtesies extended during our visit. Mr. Patrick, brolhor-in-law of our townsman, Mr. G. W. MoDonald, 0 Missouri, is stopping in out town. Mrs. Inofl, fho shot and killed Mon. lteasonerat her hotniJ,' mention of which was raado in last week's issue was relcasod on $100 bait. Tho.f&rmers' Alliances of several adjoining counties have combined and will build a large co-operative storo at Gordon. Capital stock '$40,000. Mr. Jalro Adams was brought to town Tuesday ovoning by Oonstabio W. G. McQuercy and lodged jn Jail) for the killing of Sam. Oowan, which ocourrod at the coal mines, about ten o'clock Tuesday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 11 July 1885

SMcrrnvMw $OTtywr . ys&er VFp i CA- tflE--ADTV!INISTRATION. Mr. Cleveland Carrying Out tlio rro- AH fiflitffimaeA Wen agroo 'that, tho now Administration is carrying out tlio programmo of reform Conscientiously and suoccyfHllTho RopuliUfcan party can not bo oxpoctcd to" rejolco at the good government that Mrr Cleveland has given tho country. But all intelli- gent, honost and patrlotio mon tho great masses dorbjoico. Mr. Clovo- land hasfija3 mistakes1 afm-ittor of course, for Kb'JsJbuthnman, . But' when tho difficulties' that ho had to 'encounter upon assuming ofllcOfOrp, taken into consideration, tho. .reform brought about in thrco months Is almost marvel- ous, i, , On tho 4th of March tho President found a State Department, filled with diplomattehagentsrwho were drawing good salftrlds 'without rendering any equivalent, tfsoryioo. Under Socretary Bay ant thVcdnsuls aro to bo employed in obtaining valuablo cpmmorcinl in- formation in ,thr6spePtivo countries whero thoy aro station...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 18 July 1885

- .T frrtfft w s THE PALO ICatnbllshod Juno, 187Q. "Xtot Justice Bo Dono, VOL. VII. PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO i' fc 6 M, V MAN'S A KICKER. Giro to him powor and friends nnd wealth, Olvo to lilra lovo and homo and health, GIvo to him oaso and pcaco and rest, Give to him nil that raalcos llfo blest. Giro to him what tho heart most craves, What raakos tho freeman mora than slaves, What ninkoa tho patriot tried and true, What lifts tho martyr to tho bluo. What molds the hero from tho dust And shapes lilm for tho noulost trust: GIvo him his choice of youth or age, Tho manners which do most ongauo, Tho poot's fire, the palntor's art. That burns tho brain or moves tho heart Or glvo him all of things to cat, Tho rlno, tho luscious, tho sour or swcot And'add to thoso flosh, flslv or fowl, Thon listen and you'll hoar htm growl- For mail's a klokor. Give to him sorrow, grlof and care, Tho sorest croBScs-innn may boar, Tho roughost paths, tho blackest woo, A heaven In which there Is no bow Of prom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 18 July 1885

l &P&5 hh 4 v iauinflvrtf A HHHHKi&rai Wm aengDaffi aBv rmfafwnwIINtfa t-ity Vested in mo ns Sheriff 1) loviou upon aim win pro- leburt house of Talo Pinto Ion tlio first Tuesday in lof till) following described 11 to pay mo Biaio mm M for the year 1884, said m jmu cuklh iur I uu luaoi riu uay oi j uiy leso. BUnST, SlieriiF : Plto County, Texas. kV 'Bur Total frtce. Ka. Tax. IMF' HHHffil Ffij8 .JTouie young. "-Dallas Iloiald. j Tho printing press has inado presidents,, killed pools, furnished bustles fur beauty, and polished genius with tho sandpapor of criticism. It has mado tho would get up to roll call crovy morning; givon tho pulpit lungs ot iron and a voice or steam. It has set tho prico on a bushel of whoat and mado tho country postofflco tho glimmering goal of tho ruval scribo. It has curtailed kingly power cm- bollishod tho pantry shelves and busted rings; it has exposed frauds, brouget cirminals to punishment; it has furnishod tho wholo female raco with dress pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 18 July 1885

f ' I s t. $j V ' 1 ;. 1 ft fVv titagavBflgira PALO HNTO STAR. - , Entered nt tho postofllco In l'nlo rinto v , Toxn iu eooond class jniiltcr. SATlfttDAY, JULY iS, 1885. Local Matters. Wo nro not responsible (or Uio opinions of 'our corrospondiints. . '-"Wo learn that a -grand picnic will take placo.nl Strawn, on tlio 24th inst. V-Capt. Win. Veale, camo in horn i," BroKliinrldgo yesterday ovoning. Tlic siuging at the Christian ,iliurch' by Mr. Oltno, Thursday night is pronounced cxcollant. Mr, Brition and another eentlo- nian from Coalville, paid us a pleasant call Wednesday. Summer fights opened briskly lust tfatuday. Messrs Massio and Burrow woro tho contestant?, 33tank Chattle Mortagages and IBilU oi Sale with eiglo acknowledge tncnts for sale at this office-. The protractcd,inceting commenced nt the Christian chuich last ovening, 'is proniHing for good results. '-- Wo aro out of sojks and hayo no 'monoy to huy any with. If tboo in debted to tho Btaii will diop in nud 1 "pay UP w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 18 July 1885

1 w In '' I' kt r TRUTH-TELLING. Ulalne's Mendacity nnd Tergiversations tbe Cause o( Ills Defeat. Blaino rooontly said that tho nomina- tion for tho Presidency had boon thrust at him, and ho did not fool justifiod in declining it This Is political, or, moro strictly spoaklng, parliamentary lan- guago of that naturo coming moro gen- erally into uso among politicians as tho -world grows older. Thoro is no reason why a politician should not toll tho truth. IIo has to mix with all classes of people; sees all phases of lifoj possesses raro opportuni- ties for tho study of human naturo.and, if originally without a talent for closo observation, his constant intercourse -with men should of itself nourish into activity ovon his most latont possessions of tho porcoptivo quality nnd cause him to learn tho ono fact which his observa- tion suroly teaches namely, that pco- plo doinand truthful utterances from publio men. They nro supposed to speak for tho massos, and thcreforo thoir responsibilit...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 25 July 1885

' Al m. -m i '. u I - Tl I. 'w "V Wy w ; i ,"- r JL JnLJdj JP AJLO STAR ? '' J metabliehecl Juno, X870. "Lot Justice JBo Bono Though' the Hoavonn Ifnll.' Terms, $l.SO por Annum, VOL. VII. PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO 00., TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1885. NO. G. ; ' pImt A WATCH. , . (With consistent orthography.) Mary had n little beau Who was an avrfut boro, And noror know enough to genu Till ma knockod on the iloro.. At supper onco with Mary's folks , Ills dignity was groat, And, while they passed tho usual jolks. Ho only passed his pleat. And at his staying late thoy laughed, And ho tollnd a plea Remarked, while him thoy gaily chaughod, " I koop no watoh on moa." M Oo has I my papa knows It too," Cried Mary's sister small, H 'Xauso mamma says sho toops on yoo A flood watch when you call." f -U. V. Dodge, in Detroit Free rrets. BILL NYE. Bo Fays a Visit to Bunkor Hill Monumont. ftemlnlsconces of Webster and Ward- Deadly Effect of n Humorist's Onslaught How Boston Meets Invaders A. Oreai ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 25 July 1885

,,J8 A " " t 1, ... A J'. f ALO PINTO STAR. ' tl'UULIHIlCU i.yjjitr satokdayX,, .1. C. ON.llitommlProptLi' SATtf HD AY. .1 ULY 25, 1 B86. tho negroes of Gii-gg County wish ono of tboir uumbor appointed County Judge, to suocood JucgoKil- gon, who ib soon to resign to tnko chftvgo of tho postoflico. Tlirco tho County Commission ors aro uroo, ana it iooks ns u tho no Judgo of Gregg County will bo uogro. Says Uio Dallas Times: "A cort prominont Southwest politician sa; that North Toxas has tho vote, that her delegates to stato co vontione talk loU, wear Rood cloth but novor got many scalps. Wo. until tho next convention and seo thoro ain't mors harmony difforont results," ii i Among tho charters issuod last wcok was ono to tbo Dallas Herald publishing and Printing Co., capital slock 150,000. This will give Messrs Pfouts, Elliott & Hall plonly ol means to put themselves in shapo to issuo a first-class daily papor from a building owned by thorn. On account of past associations many po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 25 July 1885

o a - i r ', , i 'A . . Mil? v" tV w , 7 - 4 f ,s LO PINTO STAR. filtered tit the postofflco In Palo Pinto -Texas, nil second class matter. SATURDAY, JULY ?6, 1885. Local Matters. Wo 'lire not rosponslblo for tlio opinions of our correspondents. Wo regret to learn of tho Bonoue illness of Mr. John Knight, Mrs. Sterling .Smith moved into v her now re Bid en co ycBtorday. ' Miss Luna Wright is visiting rol- ' - attvos in Cisco. Remember the entertainment at Coalvillo Tuesday night. Th6 Baily troupo will perform at , this plRco Tuesday night next. Mrs. Hopldrn died at Coalvillo,- ' Friday night of last wcolc. j Mr, Thos. Hindmau, returned Thursday from his western ranche. Mr. F. M, Cain is off to Dallas this. week. -i-Tho good people in Forturne bend ' will cngago to-day in a grand barbe- cue Esqr. L. Randoll was in town . - Thursday and did not fail to subscribo lor tho Staii. Don't fail to attend tho moonlight festival next Monday night, given by tho Baptist Aid Society. A Mr. Stowar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 25 July 1885

PPBPW,rtt'.Tj J ----' , - . THE NEXT SENATE. Republican' Anarchical Threats Not Dis- turbing tho Country to Any Appreciable Extent Thus far tho country doos not exhibit any great nmpunt of alarm oror tho threats which aro bolng rathor llborally thrown out by Republican papers with reforenco to tho action of the Sonato next winter. Thcso conjectural terrors, although couched in tho most grizzly dud blood-curdling vc!n, seom to fly wide of thoir mark, or, if they strike at nil, to shiver upon an exterior which victory and possession and a cloar con- science have conspired to render Impen- etrable Altogether, it is a brcozy spec- taclo in thoso piping summer days to gazo upon tho average Stalwart, boated with anger and shaking his fist frantic- ally at tho Administration as it pours forth furious prophecy of what is going to happen whon tho Senate meets. It is only natural to find exquisite amuso- ment in tho situation. Lounging pleas- antly on tho shaded balcony and lazily watching a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 1 August 1885

aTFzww, iwzn-w -V t a i1 11 'J W iir i wMftr " i .r ' - '.W.' ( .' Vj tftf' ' ' ( THE PINTO STAR ICsinbliahdd Juno, 1870. "Lot Justice Bo Done Thouijh tho Heuvenn Fall." Tormg, 01.OO per Annum. vox. yn. PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO CO., TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1885. NO. 7. JL JJLivJ SUMMERS SpNGjjMN Bl SECTIONS. JUST AS IT IS. Now tho Wealthy merohant weareth on bis bead a common straw. Whilo,nIs Junior clork appcareth In a nobby Mackinaw. nil mm witii a nmcic. Now thi sun his luranco (lrcth, Causing human llosh to stew, And the summer fiend lnqulrelh: " It this hot enough for you?" nK NKVEH SLIEF8. Now tho patent mower waketh Bloopers from tholr peaceful rest 'Ero tho golden morning breakoth Or the robin leaves his nest. THE bCCEtTmti HUSBAND, Now tho rcstlvd husband sendoth To the beach his trusting wlfo: While she's absont he protendeth Ills will bo a lonoly life Toarjully with horho partoth: Gladly ho would go, nut can't Whon sho's gone, ho gayly startoth Out to soe tho elephant. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 1 August 1885

w v Jf n urn irTmmrr imw m m l J KDiiKVvitavth) nV'- 4 Mlo pinto star r-um.iHiiijo KVKKV BATyllDA'V 4fi O. SON,lMlti)i'nniPi'oi)t'r 8ATUUDAYk AUG. 1. 1B85. A visit West. Emtoii Star: Nonily a twelve rnoiilliB had pass- ed since our pleasant visit lo tho bonittiful piqlurcsqno town of BnlTa-l lo Gap, in Tnylor comity, when, . again; wo find ouisolvcs nbonrd tlio swiftly pasfiing train ticketed for tliat lovely and romantic placo via of Abilene Arriving -at tlio last named placo about 4:30 o'clock p. in. wo attain wero met by tbo Bamo kind friondsofa year ago, to convoy us on our way. Passing out from among tbo busy poplaco of tbo fast growing city of Abilono, as tho lordly king of day was drawing near tbo western horizon, wo omorgod into tbo inde- Bcriblo beautiful Innd-scnpo that in- tervened botweon us and tbo sun- r scapo'd summits of tbo "grand old mountains," at whoso haso rests this tbo quiet and intonsoly lovely villago of Buffalo Gap. And ns wo passed along, holding friendly ...

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