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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 29 May 1897

The Texas Mining and Trade Journal. 9 Carson Pirie Scott&Co. —A W HOLESAL E :C— DRV GOODS • • • • CHICAGO. Sole Agents in the United States for the CELEBRATED ...HOSIERY... 'Guaranteed Perfect in Fabric, Wear and Dye. ALWAYS COMPLETE. flissouri Glass Co. ^5 Glassware, Larpp Goods, ¡ Pobb^ry, Ci)ir)a, Queei)S= ¿/{i ware, Fapcy Good^; Ebc. Sold in Hardware Dep't, T. P. M. & M. CO. Examined by Drs. Baird and Binney. WE have examined the formula of "Trieos," the hair tonic manufactured by the Drug department of the Texas & Pacific Mercantile and Manufacturing Co., and consider it an ex- cellent one in every respect, calculated to strengthen the roots of the hair and keep the scalp in a clean and healthy condition. For falling out of the hair, it should prove excellent. THURBER'S MINERAL WELL. The following letters are self-explanatory: St. Louis, Mo., August 4, 1896. Texas & Pacific Coal Co., Gentlemen—We have made a complete analysis of a sample of water from your artes...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 29 May 1897

10 The Texas Mining and Trade Journal. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Messrs. Mcllhany and Craig of Stephenville paid Thurber a visit last Tuesday. * We regret to learn that Mr. John Irvine had quite a painful accident last Tuesday at No. 7. The Virtuoso of the R. D. Hunter Concert band has sent for one of the finest horns that can be procured. Bob Mcjimsey of No. 6 is the quietest man in camp. His record is eleven spoken words in seven days. Mr. John Yates, who was hurt at No. 6 a few days ago, is improving fast under the skillful care of Drs. Binney and Baird. The members of the R. D. Hunter Concert band serenaded Mrs. and Miss Warfield last Friday night. It was a graceful act and was substantially appreciated. If each member will take as much interest in the welfare of the club as our president, Mr. W. H. Ward, there would soon be a great necessity for many more boats than the club now owns. Mrs. J. J. Foster arrived in Thurber last Friday with the fam- ily. much to Mr. Foster's satisfaction...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 29 May 1897

The Texas Mining and Trade Journal. 11 There are parties and rumors of parties at the Club house. Say, Will, you're a hun.; go to the head of the class. Captain Lightfoot, who was indicted with Lit Williams, was tried at Stephenville this week. The jury, after an absence of a few minutes, returned a verdict of "not guilty." We hope the Brother J A s of Spooner Council of Thurber will give J A Hallum the right hand of .fellow- ship. John says his motto is "Too Smart to be Caught." There is a certain similarity between Joe Slavico, the black- smith at No. 6, and Samson of old. When Samson lost his hair he was no longer in it. When Joe gets shaved he is knocked out all next day. A number of the county officials came over from Stephenville last Friday they said to attend the Italian ball. Well boys, you are always welcome and we are glad to see you. Come up often and get a good square meal at the best hotel west of Fort Worth. The R. D. Hunter Concert band has, as we have before re- mar...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 29 May 1897

12 The Texas Mining and Trade Journal. her sitting on the side of the bed dressed, when a vivid flash of lightening struck the back of the house passing out through the front. Mr. Paden and his mother were knocked insensible for a few minutes, but are now getting over the effects of the shock. The bolt knocked off several of the boards on the front of the house, also set fire to the petitions which was extinguished with a few buckets of water. Lit Williams, who was charged with murder, was tried this week in Stephenville and plead guilty to the charge of negligent homicide. The jury was out twenty minutes and assessed a fine of $50 and costs which was paid. Messrs. Ed. S. Britton and Joseph Kehoe went out to the lake on Thursday evening to enjoy a sail. They are both ex- perienced salts, or at least they thought so, so did we as we lis- tened to their nautical yarns and expressions. No sooner had they got aboard when Ed's stentorian voice was heard above the roar of the raging winds...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 29 May 1897

The Texas Mining and Trade Jour"41.. 13 Martin Casey & Co., FORT WORTH, TEXAS. WHOLESALE Whiskies, Wines, Cigars, Etc. FINEST LINE IN THE STATE. Send us Your Orders. Paris Handle Factory ' ♦ PARIS, TEXAS*'- • Before you buy Handles, write us for Prices. WE ALSO MANUFACTURE BOIS D' ARC SPOKES AND FELLOES. The Bergman & Greenebaum Co., G HICAGO'S POPULAR TAILORS. HIGH-GRADE WORK AT LOW-GRADE PRICES. s@rSamples Shown and Measures Taken by T. P. M. & M. CO, I, (T\. l^umsey /Ttf<§. Qp/rypapy, ST. LOUIS, NIO. MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF . . . Foundry, Machinists' and Railroad Sup- plies, Gas Pipe, Valves and Fittings, Bub- c # ber, Leather and Cotton Belting, Wire and Vnv Manilla Bope, Shafting and Pulleys and yk Pumps, Cane Mills, Sorghum Evaporators, vft Barrotes and Agricultural Implements.., ®r cX^Rlr-y SCHOOL SHOE A¡ •*' SOLD BY 14- THE TEXAS PACIFIC MERCANTILE ft MFG. CO F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co. -£• MANUFACTURERS OF ic// 176 Randolph Street, CHICAGO, ILL....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 29 May 1897

14 The Texas Mining and Trade Journal. directory. 83=[Thk Journal will be pleased to correct any names or time of meeting sent in by officials. Our aim is to make it reliable. There is no charge for any notice under this heading.] LODGES. ENTERPRISE LODGE NO. 422, I. O. O. F.—Meets weekly, every Saturday night. John McNeil, N. G.; Robert Stewart, V. G.; A. B. Gordon, Sec- retary; Past Grand J. R. Edwards, Treasurer; Past Grand D. C. Heathering- ton, Representativa to Grand Lodge; John Plumer, alternate. BIAMOND LODGE NO'. 159, Knights of Pythias.—Meets weekly, every Friday night. Joseph Ilalafax, C. C.; W. J. Terbet, K. of R. and S. GRAND ORIENT, SPOONER, COUNCIL.—D. C. Heatherington, Grand Patriarch. CLAN GORDON, U. O. S. C., NO. 2.—Meets every Monday night. JD. C. Heatherington, W. C.; Charles Armstrong, R. S. rHURBEl? LODGE NO. 3934, K. of II.—Meets every Wednesday night. James Hamil, Dictator; L. F Williams, Reporter; G C. Hamilton, Financial Reporter; M. A. Williams, Treasurer....

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 29 May 1897

The Texas Mining and Trade Journal. 15 ill Cfye 2Tíarkct anb Colb Storage The Wholesale De- partment of our.... packing •f^fjouse Supplies 5- 3- 9- 5- is complete. Department of the; T. P. M. & M. CO. Keeps constantly on hand a Complete Stock of BACK'S-^> u, j) ^—HAMS and BACON Are Leaders, and can't be beat Prices quoted on Application. FRESH AND CURED MEATS, Hams, Fresh Pork and Liver Sausage, Sa- lame, Bologna and Head Cheese FRED BACK, \ MANAGER MARKET. / FRESH FISH, MACKEREL, LARD, BUTTER AND EGGS. Onions, Garlic, Cabbage, Pickles, Kraut; in fact, Vegetables of all Kinds. THURBER, TEXAS. ?ri B HI GUIES rHIS is what we hear every day, and as the expression is empha- sized by generous patronage, we are, of course, much gratified thereby. We are getting business here by straight-forward business methods, and modestly, yet confi- we expect to sell more and BETTER *W\ Ct Groceries for LESS money in Thurber dur- ing the next SIX MONTHS than was ever before considered possible....

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 29 May 1897

16 The Texas Mining and Trade Journal. i HE BALiLiAS "•W Brewers . dnd Bottlers of a Strictly High Grade LAGER BEER DALLAS, Accounts of Agents, Saloon Hen and Druggists Solicited. •••••• WRITE for PRICES ••• TEXAS. TEXAS EL PASO ROUTE PACIFIC ....SHORT LINE.... from TEXAS —ÜTOiC— St. Louis, Memphis and all^ Points East and Southeast Finest Cars Out of Texas. THROUGH STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO ALL POINTS IN EUROPE. Write for Further Information to H. P. Hughes, Traveling Passenger Agt., Seventh & Main Sts., FORT WORTH TEXAS. E. P. TURNER, Gen'l Passenger & Tkt. Agent, DALLAS, TEXAS. V, .-J We Sell the Old Reliable MINERS AND PdDDLERS Good for Chewing or Smoking... T2BAG0 Hand Packing, No flachine Work. MADE in THE EIGHT HOUR FACTORY OF B. LEIDERSDORF & CO., HILWAUKEE, WIS. TEXAS PACIFIC MERCANTILE & MANUFACTURING CO., THÜRBER, TEX. yHAT?-« veis, we: sell Telephones, Electric Li¿ht ^ ^ Supplies and Machinery. WESTERN ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO., 10 and 12 West Ninth St., ST. LOTJI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

nrgrwg POPULATION ^4,500. VOL. III.—No. 11. THURBER TEXAS: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1898. WHOLE No. 115. VIEWS AT GREEN & HUNTER BR!CK CO. 'S PLANT ' ; * ' y-t. tymi '; <. * - f %r% R's'"'#; 3! GREEN & HUNTER BRICK Co.^8 PLANT.—GENERAL VIEW LOOKING EAST. ^*!*^HE onject oi the Journal in issuing this illustrated edition this week is to place before the people oi this State, and the publio generally, at the Texas State Fair and Dallas Exposition, and the Taylor County Fair, the excellent facilities of the Green & Hunter Brick Company for manufacturing fine pressed brick. This plant is the largest of the kind in the South, its capaoity being over 75,000 brick per day. A large plant is now nearing completion for the manufacture of vitrified brick for street paving. The quality of shale, the material used, has been proved to be the best yet discovered for making this variety of briok, and the Company will soon be prepared to furnish them in any quantity.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

TEXAS MINtNG AND TRADE JOURNAL. VIEWS AT GREEN & HUNTER BR!CK CO.'S PLANT. THE MOUNTAIN OF SHALE FROM WHICH THE BRICK MATERIAL IS TAKEN. T, . . GREEN & HUNTER BRICK Co.^8 PLANT.—LOOKING SOUTH.

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL VIEWS AT GREEN & HUNTER BRICK CO.'S PLANT. &REEN & HUNTER BRICK 0o/8 PLANT.—LOOKING SOUTHEAST. J. R. WATTAM, ^3ric!; ^onttactot 3 gtue spe= da[ attention to ^rontanb STREET, tUOrK. § FORT WORTH, TEXAS - ARTIES contemplating building DOWN DRAFT KILNS will do well to consult me before letting contarcts .*. .*. am now consfrHct/n^ /our Down Dra# AY/ns /ort^Ae Creen&Tifun^er j5ri'cA Co. at TAur^er, Tejr., ^o wAom 7 re/er 5y per- rojfssion.

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. pLL^HHT fuLL $!HENS 5E5T EQUALITY/ GENERAL NEWS NOTES WlLLIAKS BROS., G. W CROSSHAN, JNO.MARTIK, E.C.SOUTER. SNOW fell in Kansas last Sunday, and on the Rock Island road in Colorado as far as Limon. ABOUT six hundred Christian men, women and children were burned alive or massacred by Mussulmen at Candia, Island of Crete, last week. ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT JNO. T. LEONARD, of the Armour & Co. Stock Yards, is under arrest for grand larceny. His steal amounts to $25,000. MRS. THEO. MALiTZ is in jail at Victoria, charged with shoot- ing her husband to death an the 11th inst. No cause is assigned for the deed. SUPERINTENDENT L. A. DAFFAN was seriously hurt in a wreck on the Houston & Texas Central Railroad about four miles north of Corsicana on Monday night. THE Government has awarded the contract to supply one million pounds of smokeless powder at 80 cents per po!H)d, to the Dupont Powder Co., and the California Powder Co., the amounts to be equa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. VIEWS !N TEXAS & PAC1 F!C COAL CO.'S MINES. could not tell; try as he would he could not sleep. At length it occurred to him that he was thirsty. The more he thought of it the more thirsty he got. So he called the porter, who brought the ladder and helped him down. Now, while he was gone for the water, one of the boys stepped out of bed and shifted the ladder so that it rested against the berth in which the ancient maiden was sleeping, and then returned to his bed to note the result. In a moment or two the husband returned and crept quietly up the steps, anxious to make as little noise as possible so as not to awaken his wife. The occupant of the birth rudely intruded upon awoke with a start and a scream. The husband, supposing it to be his easily frightened wife, tried to reassure her, and said: "It is only me." "Only you, you old scoundrel," said the venerable maiden. "Ill teach you a lesson," and with that she seized him by the hair and screame...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

6 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. ++ '.. . ... * .. ' ."' <- ' * <L * . .,*.+^. ; i THIS )S A REGULAR ED!T!0N Texas Mining and Trade Journai !* OWNED AND PUBHSHED BY THE TEXAS PACtFtC MERCANTiLE & MFG. CO. THURBER, TEXAS. THE FiNEST EQU!PPED NEWSPAPER. BOOK AND JOB PRtNTtNG OFF!CE WEST OF DALLAS. COUNTY PRtNTiNG A SPECiALTY. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mr. Ben Palmer of Dublin, the Democratic candidate for Rep- resentative, was shaking hands with the boys last week. MARRIED—Mr. George Howard and Miss Sallie Wells, at Strawn, Sunday, September 25. Hon. L. N. Frank and Tut Hume were in Thurber a few days this week, looking after their fences. Jimmie Robinson re- turned last Sunday from Fort Worth, after a visit of several days. We had a pleasant visit this week from Mr. Lee Riddle of Hood County who is the Democratic nominee for District Attorney. Quite a number of Thurber folks expect to visit the Dallas Fair this year. The Fair opens to-day and will close October 16. Miss Nannie L...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. NOT!CE TO TAX PAYERS. TEXAS & PACIFIC COAL COMPANY'S MACHINE SHOP. i& a sectional view of the Texas & Pacific Coal Compa- ny's machine shop at Thurber, Texas. Here is made and repaired everything used about the mines and elsewhere in the way of machinery. All the mines are now lighted by electricity generated by dynamos made in this shop. A well equipped oundry has recently been added, and now this ranks among the first-class machine shops of the State. Mr. C. M. Cooper is the master machinist, and is very proud of the work turned out bv his men here. M OTICE is hereby given to the tax payers of Erath County that I will be at tho following places and on the dates named for the purpose of collecting State and Countv taxes: Bluffdale r* + ^ ^ Buck Creek October 6. imck Lreek October 7. Morgan Mill Octobers. ^ October 12 and 13. Chalk Mountain October 14. Pony Creek October 15. Huckabay October 17. L^viHe 18. Moccasin Rock October 19. Jones S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

8 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL PRINCE RUDOLPH THE EMPRESS. VESUVtUS iN ACTiViTY. ! ing company engaged under Lieutenant Hob- son in the work of saving the wrecked Span- ish warships, has succeeded in floating the cruiser "Infanta Maria Teresa/' The cruiser, after having been floating, was taken in tow by the "Potomac" and, convoyed by the "Newark," "Scorpion" and the "Alvarado," proceeded to Guantanamo Bay, where she arrived last night. The successful issue of the attempt to float her was greeted with blowing of whistles, the firing of national salutes and cheers, in which the Cubans joined, disturbing the noon siesta. Off Siboney the barometer and the wind indicated the approach of a hur- rican, and the towing power was increased. The "Newark," under Captain Goodrich, rendered valuable assistance in the work of saving the "Maria Teresa." The cruiser is being put in condition for her trip north by the repair ship "Vulcan." It will be re- membered that the Hero of the "Merimac" was...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL 9 WONDERFUL CLOCK. N one of the town hails of a Japanese treaty port there is a remarkable time piece. It is contained in a handsome frame, three feet wide and five feet long. It represents a noonday landscape, very cleverly carried out. In the fore- ground plum and cherry trees appear in bloom, while in the rear a hill is to be seen from which flows a pretty cascade imitated in chrystal. From this cascade flows a tiny stream, which wends its way between the rocks and islands, and finally loses itself in a stretch of woodland. In a minature sky a golden sun turns on a silver wire, striking the hours on a silver gong as it passes. Each hour is marked by a creeping tortoise. A bird of rich plumage warbles at the close of the hour, and as the warbling ceases a mouse suddenly makes its appearance and scamper- ing over the hill to the garden is soon lost to view. Altogether it is a most wonderful piece of me- chanism. WHERE THE VALLEY OF DEATH iS. y N THE I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

10 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. %{ A DREAM WtTHiN A DREAM. ^ 'H AS TOLD BY ROBERT RANDOLPH IN A LETTER TO H!S SWEETHEART. pursuits I loved best. By day I hunted or cast my Hy into the shadows of the river hard by my house. At night, tired with the day's climbing, I slept the sleep of him who knows no past, who looks forward to naught but the morrow. I had nothing to re- gret and asked for nothing save what the day brought forth—the blue sky, the hills, and the cove, the woods and the valley. My dogs were my only companions; with them I was content. In- ^ deed, I do not know that I had ever wished for other compan- ionship. "Years, I know not how many, of this existence had passed when, one evening, after I had eaten supper, and had drawn mv stool into the doorway, wher^ I sat smoking, there appeared be- fore me a woman. I believe I did not evince any surprise at her — ^ appearance; why, I do not know. I had certainly never seen a /T Y DEAREST EvALINE: woman before, nor other huma...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. 11 Evaline. Then upon me came the realization that I had been dreaming; that while I held you in my arms, your cheek against mine, I had dreampt of this other woman. Back to me came the recollections of my former life. Back to me came the mem- ories of the past, the intermingled sorrows and joys, the chaos of worldlinesses; but drawing you closer to my bosom, I sighed in happiness, and—then I awoke. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. A pleasant party, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Lyle, Mr. and Mrs. George Bollman, Mr. and Mrs. Bering, and a number of young ladies and gentlemen of Thurber, visited No. 7 mine last Sunday night. WearerequestedtothankCol.R.D. Hun- ter, who so kindly put the train at their disposal, and Mr. Frank Guilfoil and the other railroad employes who had charge of the train; also, Mr. D. C. Heatherington, for so kindly escorting them through, and explaining the workings of, a coal mine. The members of the Hunter Fishing and Boating Club ten- d...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

12 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. y - ' ^ AP!ONEERTEXAStNDUSTRY. '% fH^ E. G. SENTER, !N TEXAS FARM AND RANCH. ^^*^N the surface, there is nothing in the region oi the Erath H 'F Mountains to invite human activities. The winding, bar- ren hills have stood for centuries as frowning sentinels ^^-r- over waste places where the wolf and the cougar could scarce make shift for a living. Tiie stunted post oak and black jack that fringed the red colored ridges were the only evi- dences it gave of even scant fertility. The large area of 40,000 acres now embraced in the possessions of the Texas & Pacific Coal Company afforded little more for the few cattle that browsed upon it than a scent diet of roots, branches and leaves. He would have been a bold dreamer who, twelve years ago, would have dared to predict that in the heart of such a scene would arise the most im- portant and most successful industrial enterprise in operation in Texas. Emerson says he is a public benefator who causes t...

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