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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 5 September 1885

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 5 September 1885

" ?w - "inas "M ' r :&w ."" ' .7. YV j' Mia) -ntV T f v 1 " j- 3 H j "V ' w? ' i- J '.f. . .Y A RECONCILED COUNTRY. rncU That Grant' Deatli and BuxIal'IIavo Made I'romincnt. Tho ovldcnco3 of reconciliation be- tween tho North and South, which Grant's death and burial havo ao satis factorily dovolopcd, ought. not lightly. to he passed over. Never boforo in tho rocorded history of tho raco liavo juoh passions as tho Civil War raised in this land hoen so quickly allayed. Novor boforo havo tho conquorod mourned at tho grave of tho conqueror, admitting that ho saved them from tho conso- imoncos of tlioir own acts. Novor boforo has civilization achioved so great a tri- umph in subduing tho iicrccncsss, tho rovengo, tho maddonlng resentments of a hot and merciless struggle between brother men. This Is a glory to tho American Na- tion in both parts, in nil parts, of this common country. It is a tributo to tho nobility of tho American character, to tho good sense of tho American temper. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 12 September 1885

BL4 Jw ' v f v -W ' JK ' m. ' W'H ,5 . t . 1 --WjiWii J..v wi : , ' is ' PINTO , TXfetbliiied :Tune,aS7a. "Lot, ITustice 33o Done. "ThduljU tho Hoavons "troll." IJormiif $1.50 poc Annum VOL. VII. PALO PINTO, PiXO-PJENTO 00., TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1885. NO. 13. " M - a. .- . . r " ' . i . . .. .Tf . . . . '- T - ..-. V.M fift"" m h :' -. SISTER VS. SWEETHEART Hor hands touoh'd skillfully tlio koyft, Kaoh noto oomo forth most finely, A. tolo'8 honrt It ought 1o plooao, Bho played it 6 divinely. , Itut 'oro33 tlio toom vfth llstloas oaso, IIo sat and yawned unkindly, And. ho, whon it had dlod away, WTo rleo did uot assist lior, And whon alio turned to lioar.hls Buy Ofprulso. he luuKh'd mtd kisa'd hor; But ph, you know Jhat la tho way, Slio only was bis Bister. Her hatfds upbrt tho koya woro laid, IJkosportlvo flogs thoy dnnood, Twas hard to toll what uoto sha'd play'd, Po ronuiingly sha prancod: Uut thoro ho flood nud turnod each pago, And eoouiod, la truth, cntrancod. AndVlio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 12 September 1885

PUBLISHED KVEJtr bATDHDAY J. O.SON.KtlltorandPi'opt'r 8ATUKDAY. SEPT. 12. 1885. Tho daily'prcss of Texas, witli odo exception, tho Paris News, claim en- tire exemption from tho prevailing craze. " Gov. Throokmorton is out in posit- ive opposition to local option, He thiuks Prohibition undemocratic, sumptuary and a relic of witohcraftry, and urges his pcoplo to vote ngninst it. i i ii Anti-Prohibitionists aro not nnti- tomporanco mon in any sonso of tho word. Thoy simply claim tho right to control thoir own affairs and thoir own appqtitcs as scomoth best in thoir own sight, and"'nol that of thoir noigbbors.-Ft. Worth Gnzotto n ii xno lfort Worth Gaiottc savs tlm local option movemont, "is a fossilized tclio of tho spirit of .intolerance and seotional tyrany, which drove from thoir homes to tho Land of tho Preo ; tho persecuted Huguenots, tho hunted Covenantors, and tho sturdy old Pil- grims ot tho venerated May flowor." Eminently correct, say wo. A CTVOnl Jl.-L ... ".oiiimuiaujn irom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 12 September 1885

& r. - ye ,.S8fcft fF '- -T Hi I'll 111 i Hmmtmmm am "n'ninymi iuHHi PAm MNTQ- STIR, STfcihiiWIllllilliT' .. ! .i.i ...... . .. .. .-- ,' &ntimi .at. th titiloffltie !tt;1.lSlo Mtito STiaSselaM" matter.''' ' .'" utters. (V, A. tip" -.W in-shot wahonslble foi-Urt! Opinions of "'fy !:' 6'uff'bWospon'dentg.." , J . Churok Directory.: - baiwK 'cliureli-Biaor A., Clftrli, preaehes'at 'sAld"chufchlho 4th Suriaay In eachmonth, ", .,." .."Mmuomtv church (South). Key. M. Mills, Pi C. Services" let Sunday, in ouch month, at the M.iB. .church. PrayW.moct- luuwmuAuyiouwi "ft" , . a ... i , 1 SuudflV.Bcbool, oyory punaay ik o o ciacis !o thd afteifnoon.-; BAPTIST. 'church, tmi RlmtMitnr VftltilV "4I W4..-W..V--- -"---J " J . Rov. O. w. 8 auehtor rator. Boryicos i I i.k ninttm ' S. 2nd Bundoy, r. oach month al'tho Christian church. , ..,.. o ; Union Sunday Sehobl. Moots ovcry Sun-'.-. day. morntog at 0 o'clock nt. the Christian '.",?& I-" ' " ' J. TL Bskor Supflrfnlcndiint. &. xrt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 12 September 1885

iStU? i r f"f 'S A LEAF FROM JtflSTORY. Striking Slmllnrllle JHlween Mio rolllleal mtuutlon Then ami N6nr. Thoio aro somo striking similarities . between tho present political situation nnd tho situation of affairs during Joffor- son's first Presidential terni. Like tho Republican party of to-day, tho Federalists had been for somo timo in power. They wero largely Identi- fied, too, with tho successful leaders of tho Revolution, with Washington and Hamilton, and its military heroes, just us tho Republican party Is with Lincoln, Grant arid tho hcioos of tho Civil Wan Liko tho Republican party, thoy woro allied with tho more wealthy nnd nrls- tocratio olbiuonts of thq day, nnd at- '" tractod to thorn tho oxtravagant and tho ostentatious. If thoy did not despise economy In tho publfo sorvleo, thoy dis- regarded it. Thoy disdained simpli- city. Thoy preferred oxcos3lvo nnd un- necessary maohlnory In Government Thoy exaggerated, as tho paity in powor Is apt to do, the functions of tho Fed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 19 September 1885

,-Trz"-j"-l mk.,.., 0- ' . 'MamHHHHHBHiinBi c Kstnbllulrott June, 1S70. ' '"Xiot Juetlpq Ho Done '.Chough, thd Hoavons 3Tttll.M Torino, l.fl6-4ti-U.iw ' to L. VOL. VII. ' PALO PINTO, PALO XXNTO 30., TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1885. NO. & --1 -vyiM& Wr-mbL . J&. ., J. , .. v WHHHI Si l "- VTT -W' . " fc ,-.rtP " '"aL ,j -S-i. A H -t"" "-. 'V.j ' bhh ..,-sv -. ,.. , r f , ML . T: ". ji jjKJ(AVj,r TJ-. C .- " A v &' ' atB fsStSJWfe'KSlrssssi- ' V i r ('ve CywKwPfc Mrtasjjrv, ifcsi r-' . - ' T ' j -v ll ' I 1 1 'I I1 n I I A I I II V fl lMwijto jmHI '. KyHfc$f vl- a r m iX IN SEPTEMBER. Mornings frosty grow, and colfl, llrown tho grass, on hill nnd woldi Crows aro cawing sharp and clear whero tho rustling: oorn grows senr; Mustering docks of blackbirds call) Hera mid thoro a law leaves fall, Jn tho meadows larks sing swcot. Chirps tho cricket at our foot In September.' Noons aro sunny, warm nnd. still: A goldon hazo o orlmnjWBW!T, i .Amber suusblno's on tho iloor Jus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 19 September 1885

tf'""- "''", ' Trr TT 'SK" '"'," .a1 " s . b PALO PINTO STAR. rUUMSIIED HVJIUy SAl'UHDAY r. O. SON.Bdltbi' aiHlPi'opt'r BATU11DAY. SEPT. 10. 1 885. Jack county defeafed piohibittOD by 100 majority Inst Tuesday. ii i Tbrco prisoners cscnpod from tho Vernon jail on tho 14th, inst. Tho exact majority against prohibi- tion in Enstlnnd county is 151. ii i n Corn is Felling in Gaincsvillo, at 20 and 25 cts per bushel. I . I . Tho prohibition party in Maryland proposo to contend ior etato officers in that State. Tho Stato of Wisconsin adopted on tho 10th, inst., by a voto of tho Stato, tho high licenso system. i . . Barnum's big elephant, Jumbo, was killed recently by a froight train tun- ning over him. ii ii Tho coppor mines of Hardeman county turned out specimens that have assayed 95 per cent puro coppor. Thoy aro to bo worked in tho spring on a ecalo boyond that of any mines in tho United States. Toxarkana Stato. t i Dan Rice, tho circus man, claims tho wholo island on which Galveston i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 19 September 1885

SSSBBSSteSSWKS 1'154'T? msam'" wit - & fles. ;-. rJvy . " ; '"'',' ' ' ' ';.' it. MWHJMIllilil liijiil i IiHIjX "Biff tfai'i 3PALQ PINTO 3TM, Entered at the postotnee itt l?alq,,Ploto TaM, M Mpoond olwwtitter. v ioca Matters Wo" aro not rwponslblo for the opinions of bur 'corroenondehts; fiessessssMfi! Will Mi HiiillliiliHlilHBHLri i aV "'.'. y Ckrcto Directory. '' OnKkfiAif ohurch-ftltSor. A, Clark, . preaches at said'ohurch the ,4th Sunaay In ', each'monlh, '" . . ' VMjctuobist chinch, (south). Bov. M. ' MilhylVO. Bervlc'es 1st, Sunday in each month,- Rt tho M E. eburoh. Prayer meet- ing cach-Tuodny night, Sunday School, oyory Sunday at 3 o'clock In tho nflornooBj , .."... ,BArTiw Slaughter' Valloy churcii. . Eov.G, W. Bluughtof Pastor, u Services 2nd Sunday irt each month at tho, Christian - ' rUnion B'unday School. Meets every Sun- ..uay morning, at 9 o'clock Rt tho Uhristian "v ' J.-II. Baker Suoorlnten'daht. ,.' n.'lVS'andors; Sec. ',&'-' "", "'' Societies. ' Palo Pint...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 19 September 1885

I u h . HARMONY, v Republican Organs Still Valiely Doclmlnc That Mr. Cloreltuid If Ojipoied b Illi Tarty. Tho Kopublioan organs aro still grind- ing out.tlio old tuno that tho Domooartlo party Is torn by dlssonslons, and that tho opposition to President Cleveland Is gaining strength dally. Bceauso a few professional olllco-sookors havo been disappointed, and tho Administration has Ignored all applications and claims to placo except on tho ground of fitnoss and good record, tho groat body of tho Democracy Is represented as Incensed v and watching an opportunity to express its dissatisfaction. Tho absurdity of this theory is so evident that it would not require any refutation boyond a slmplo denial, wcro it not that it Is urgod so persistently and clamorously by tho Republican press. It is true thero havo beon critics of tho President's policy in tho ranks of his own party, but thoy aro men who sought to control his action in regard to. appointments, and to set thomselvos up as autocr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 26 September 1885

rrrri') - T w fc ; ,r '. xr 0 I THE kJ JL JUL A !) Kfltabllfllicd JUixo, 1S7Q. "Lot Jucitloe Bo Done Though, tho Heavens 3Tall." Terms, &1.GO per Annum, YOL. VII. PALO PINTO, PALO ttNTO CO., TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1885. NO. 15. MX -PINTO' THE CLOSE OF SUMMER. Tho months roll on, tho torrid boat Of summer's almost over: Tho nhrhts are (Trowing cool again, Tho rat man fools In clover. Though Sol still glows, his troplo strength No longer ho oan muster; Wo'll soon put by tho palm-loaf f Likowiso tho linen duster. The parson, baok to work, rofreshod, Now Btlrrlng sermons preachos, The girls are coming homo again In bevlos from tho beaches, Bomo sighing ovor precious tlmo Thoy've wasted In flirtations. And somo, who've hooked their fish, to mako Tholr wedding preparations. Now pooplo who'vo boon "living back," Avoiding observation. Throw open wide their blinds in front, Whloh moans homo from vaoatlon. From beach and mountains, families Arc coming homo in dozons, And from tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 26 September 1885

swf? MrWM (J " s 4 fMrffl W -rt tf "tft I , - . 1 1 , t r ' i I r , i t "fc ta 1 Q I)'1' V ffALO PIffTQ .SAJl, i ruBLi.su i u Bvisur sAioiidaV F-'t:JP.' SjON, 7paitor tintfi Proit'i- SATUftDAY. REPT. 20. J 836. OUJR PLATFORM. . Democracy ns Tuujrht by, , . ' Thomas! JeiTcrson. . - Equal and oxact justico to all men t)f whatever sUto or persuasion, religious or political, s Peace, commorco and honest friendship Wth nil nations. Entangling alliance with none, t Tho support of tho State governments in all their rights as tho most competent admin- istrations for our domestic concerns, and the surest bulwarks against anti-republican ten- dencies. Tho preservation of the general govern- ment in its whole constitutional vigor, as tho sheet anchor of our peace at homo and safety abroad. ' A jealous caro of the right of election by thopcoplo, and nbsoluto actjulescnco in tho decision of tho majority. Tho supremacy ot tho civil over tho mili- tary authority. Economy in tho public expeno. Tho ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 26 September 1885

,4?i r r,yn)iiU il14U,ttHn..V .4MtlMjhtf . in)tnfmwl1xri J, ', ' ' ' '; V -if.ls T ,'-:W l v. M ' '- i i .- L i!i,zv m i 'i' s wr k B j HHuf P ItMti PEtfTO STAR: r , ,,Jintor44, at tho, posfofficii ,ln''PalOj PMo- vTojas. as second, pliwuviaUBri $$.: "'" '. Local Matters. 'Ci $ '-'' ' ) j not responsible for th,o opinions of ,'"!' '.'! s our' correspondents. ' Oluirch tojiptloryi, --nr rnntft-rtAw oinirt1i.-Til(lcr A.i Clark. Stun qln: -' " j ,'. ' preaches ftt ' "'.'liji, ' each month,, prcachos ftt said church tho 4th, Sunday1, in 'Sunday .Bchool, every" Sunday atWclock' (VV '. l .'..H V ."..-J. 'If i" .' .' Mills. P. p. Services 1st Sunday 'in each ... ., ' month, at tho M, E. church. 'PraVar moot- , ' ','' " Baptist. Slaughter Valley church.- -U'"'V,- '! Kov; G, "W. Slaughter Pastor. .-Setvicen 1j ' $ . - 2nd Sundav Jr. each month at ,tho ;chritfan. . '-5-i'i 'church. . ' (.,! . & , Union Sunday School. Mc.ota ovonr; Sun- ' VA'f ', day morning at 0 tfclqqK at tho .Christian....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 26 September 1885

x :&LmJm frp 3 'V I'S 5s I! NP tne ii iw ill i niwiii urn m i in n mi wmmmmmmmmmmff ) J "V f . I THE JONES FAMILY. " i Sally Ann'B Aooount of One Day's Tribulations What Came or Joretnlnh'e leaving the Oat Open Why the Humbert of Two Ii'onihoIdi Are Met on' i Bpeaktag Term, Ono morning In July I bad to bake bredo1 and churn, besides doing all the othor housowork, so I put the bread Into the store oven, and took the churn and set It down under a big oak tree that stands In tho back yard. I had Just commonced working the chnrn when I saw Jcromlah pass through tho Calo Into tlio barnyard. "Joromiah," says I, "you have left the gato open." "Nover mind," says he, 'Tm coming back In a minute." I didn't think any moro about tho gate then, but just as I was ready to take out the butter, 1 happened to look over Into tho lotato patch, and there was a hog rooting up the potatoes. I called "Jer o ml ah I" as loud as I -could scream, but all I hoard In reply to this patriotic appeal was tho ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 3 October 1885

"! - wr.,jfi Hf - .i J .M .' V . x. I" , Jl . STAR. "X THE "PALO PINTO - lST3nBiblioho4 Juno 1870. "Lot Justice 3Bo Do no Though the Hoavona 3FaU." Terms, $1.60 per Annum, VOL. VIL PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO CO., tEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1885. NO. 16. i . ' I .. i A WOMAN'S "NO.1 mar Om lorelv afternoon Inst summer. I offered, as la duty bound, To tako It from bor. 6ho thanked me, with a gracious emtio, As sweet as rosy lips could make It; It was to small, 'twas not worth urttte To lot mo tako It. Again I offered, as before. Of that alight bunion to rclloro hor. 8ho'd rathor not "Pray say no morel" Twould really grlovo hor. 1 coasod to plead sho scomod content Tho thing wai small, nnd neatly cordod. And so along our way wo wont, To wboro sho boarded, v But when upon tho stoop sho stood. And era our last adlous were uttered, She eyod mo In a roguish mood, And softly muttered, As swunir tho door to let hor through, And loft ma thoro all unresisting: M I don't think very much of you For...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 3 October 1885

7 ijVW mmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmm'mmmj..v wmmmimmm T0.mrBrmXZ' , ,- . -7 i, figC, .j-r .-w n f V i . - tr r-fcr. r . ., -ij- r'r - ujf S il t. i . fc l. ! i. n- . ..-:-7Tr' " w?$ ,- ' ' V ' 'WJHaTH 'i ', 3r v PALO -PINTO STAR. ruiir,iHiiKD rvkuv satukday .1. O. HON.lMltoBnntlPvopl'r SATURDAY. 00T. 3, 1 885. OUR PLATFORM. Democracy ns Taught by TIiomitH Jeflcrsoii. Equal nnd exact justice to nil men of whatovcr sLto or pcrsuation, religious or political. Pcnc, commcico and honot friendship with nil nations. Entangling nllianco 'with none The support of tlio Stalo governments in 11 their rights as tho most competent ndmin- Istiations for our domestic concerns, unci tlio surest bulwarks agaiust anti-republican ten- dencies Tlio preservation of tlio general govern- ment in its whole constitutional vigor, as tlio sheet anchor of our peaco nt home and safety abroad. ' A jealous care of the right of election by thopeoplc, and absoluto acquicscrico in the decision of tho majority. The supremacy ot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 3 October 1885

iTit'r t "x7? PALO PINTO-STAR Entered at tho politico iu Palo Phifo Texas, as second class matter, Local Matters. Wo are not responsible for tho opinions of oir correspondontf". SATUKDAY. OCT. 8, 1885.., Mr. E, Ycarbrough and Tom, Beckum. went wost Tuesday. Mr. F. P. Brnnnon, is visiting his sister, Mrs. 0, A. Dalton, this week, Bring in your corn and take tho Stak and be happy. ' ' Wo Icain that tho Good Toraplars of our town are preparing for a concort in the near future. Quito an addition was made to the subscription list of tho Staii this wcok. Mr. "W. W. Piico is making some substantial improvements on his place southwest of town. Wo dropped in to Mr. S. Smith's storo yesterday and found Squire sell- ing croeerRies at oxti emery low prices. Mr. G. W. McDonald and wife, wado a shoi t visit to Ft. Worth and Dallas this weok. Ilutchison, Lewis Co., at Wcath. crford, makes a spocialty in Ladies dress goods and gents clothing. Mairiajre' license woio issued this weok to T. V. Ilcad ...

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

N Vtf "SK 'K c REPUBLICAN WAR -CRY. Ihe Republican Campaign of 1888 "Roach and the Bloody Shirt. John Shorman bos glvon it but, nnd its accoptanco by tho faithful is a mat- ter "bf course Tho Ropublloan war-cry (or tho campaign of 1885 is "Roach and tho Bloody Shirt" It is an admlra- blo combination, tho two issues being evenly matched nnd both appealing to tho samo low grado of intelligence. Tho hoart-brokon contractor, with only two millions botweon him and povorty, aftor fattening on tho public orlb f t years, and making tho American navy a byo-word of shamo, is an objoot to moro tho compassion'of tho tender- hoartcd farmers of Ohio, who, of course -can not help being impressed with tho tyranny of a Government that wlshod to hold this poor old man to his bargain. It is as moving a sight as tho distress of anothor oldorly gontloman, mentioned by Dickons, who appealed so plto- ously to tho Judge, "a poor old man, my Lord." Meanwhilo, Sec- rotary Whitnoy, in tho abundanco of his hea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 10 October 1885

"'W" w-- I f v, ; 'ar ' ia w '5" 91 .-J-. 1J- J -,( ? if A svV npTTTTl lxiJi. PINTO STAR. ICatabHflliod Juno, 1370. "XiOt Juntico Bo Bono Though, the XXoavonn B'all.' Terms, $1.50 per Aiunun. VOL. VII. PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO CO., TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1885. NO. 17. JL JlLJJ LEFT AGAIN. Vf o aroro strolling alono On the sands, Sho must surely have known From mjr look and my tono "What I wanted to ear, when I took In my own Both her hands. Bho seemed gracious and kind As could bo, And oncourapod to find Sho was gently Inclined,' 1 pload for the sort-whispered "Yo" that should bind ' Ilor to mc Thoro wo stood sldo by side I)y tho sea. And to you I'll confide A cold chill seemed to slldo Sown the length of my spins as the swoot girl replied: "Nc-slr-o-o-ol" SomtrvtUe Journal. BULL-TEREIERS. How Ono of tho Kaooala Lost Jack a Fortune Unburdening Ills Haul on the Subject of Itlch Uncles and Ilull-Terrlers Wnjr He Is Not Struck Over Ball " Doe. I was strolling down Montgomery street...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 10 October 1885

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Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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