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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 14 March 1885

r !Mr v 'V "T PALO INTO STAR. Kntered ftt'tbV 'postoffice In, Palo. Pinto Fx6j,aecqnd c)8 jrialtfer. SATURDAY, MAR. li, 1886. !' 'ill Local Matters. We op notjesponslblo for the .opinions of ur corrasponclcnW, To-day tbo wool flies, Uncle Henry Belding was in town' this week on boko land business. Mr, S, H. Vaugban from Xeoohi, mado. us a friendly oall Thursday. The "devil" of this office, is fait improving. Mack Geddia is. happy it is a 12 pound'girl this time. , Tbo Hon. J, P. Smith, Mayor of Tort Worth, honored us with a call Tuosday evening. , tf Mr. M. 0. Lynn is making somo substantial improvements at his resi- dence. . - -Mr. .Mack Crenshaw says that he lias somo the pure all unadnlterated Bourbon whisky. The numbor of bills found by our Grand Jry was Eight felonies and three misdemeanors. Boys, pull off your coats and cast your votes to suit your-solves on this the election day. To-morrow is Kov. E. W. Neu- bnmbB day to preach at the chris tian church. Our constable, W. H. M...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 14 March 1885

fc J I n -4 n ,f; Z , t -'"TV :t.c iy:u& y W&i & .v e:& -T1 r ', m. 5-r - ' r '"J - v ' n " - - l " U u " SffiT'i'KJf i. .1 i " .- ' "J.3, ft- ' i - " ' , ' ' Jfc AU -1 " ' l l . Mm&Wmi&Mw ntBSwBwSSBSSv!r:f ? '.. ., ,??' i i i Til 'I ranTrrariftwrreinniirnnii'iTi ir " ' . ---. --,. , tmw "1 1 , "WW" -,? 1- ! ".! ' "graceful rlnkers," "skatorlatinbll- k "agooa roucr town, -a rmK tr public," etc. y--skntmg nasinnnyoojoetionabie, mis tno M-iouna nns nireaav : It3 growth luto a sudden a Humorous ana gro- joji. xno clergy 'havo fauca attention totho v: tliousrh unfoitu- somclhncs been krrctlon) as "when .s ago informed .that had it Kuisandsof fallen. pco- , ana . - ' --jtaii s. a.xiiBBflia-i ? 7jrw j. .-ftf -"- ..". i,-tis6HiiBi'S3ssiBKS.'fTsiia!af iiMSMjpwjiaKBwef fiiiafflfeiiwwsuBsewfsaffliH TQ1 Ktrcwmyi'i,!"JiKW"..VV' J r NYfVt iTM& ' '!' J"" -F ff37iifflr WVWW' ' J "v t i '' 'W-,. " vf '"" ,7 ' V" ?l"?V,1.., h. , . POTATO SCAB. The Ctttun or thhf Alfectton...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 21 March 1885

Wfi rfl? I,.. ''ZLM Hi' f? ri U W XJ w mmmm ( t -i- - a i si " . - jr - ' " ' ' ' ' ' T ' ' M ' , . ., , 3 l" BJstHbUshed (Tune, Xg0. VOL. YL PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO (TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, I, 'HER NAME." Then falhor took llin Bible down And In his clear, old fashioned hand upon Its record pages brown. . , -Ho wrote tho namo as it should stand. Hut protest camo from all tho rest M giving such a little fairy, Tho dearest, sweetest, and tho host, That antiquated namo to carry. And aunts and second-oimslns err: " A namo so worn nnd ordinary Could not bo found If ono should try, Aa that samo appellation 'Wary,"1 And o'er nnd o'or again thoy laud 4 u .Her yoUow curb, hor baby grace; " Oh, call nor Ethollnd, or 'Maud.' Oc 'ChrlsUno,1 for her nugel faco." . " Bjlt tlmo will change this golden fleoeo ' , To match tho oyos In dusky splendor) l'ar hotter namo hor 'Ilcatrico Or 'Imogen,' sorpno nnd tondor," "Oh. namo tho ohlld for Aunt Txmiso, , For she, pood soul. Is woll-to-do, Tho compli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 21 March 1885

" . fti ;ii ea. ..i W m , .? vC- Mf. 1 !,: VJr . :? r R PALO PINTO STAR TWlMSItKli EVBItf BATDHDAY T. C. HON.KdltcrnndProptr SATURDAY. 3IAB.-21.tB85. A Victory Tor Y.ftbor. The groat striko of tho employees of tho Gould system of railroads is at nn end, as tho following telegram re. coived last Saturday night by tho secretary of tho stridors at Dallas, from tho secretary of tho executive committee at Marshall will show: Wo have ncooptod Iho company's proposition, wjjich dates bade to Sept. 1884. Timoand half for oxtra hours, without prejudice. Eoloaso freight trains; lot them roll. Tho strikers have won, and it baa not boon a small victory olthor. It is the greatest triumph yet aohoived by any striko. Unliko former sti-ikos thoro was no destruction of property, and their dculra'ation at tho outset that no proporty should ho destroy- ed, as well as the calm, peaceable and orderly maunor in which they carriod on tho soige, won for them tho respect and sympathy of tho peo- plo gonorall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 21 March 1885

V? t b tl s" ' i . J K f "W i m to HfifiSBWSH PALO JrSNTO STAH SMpCS Kntered at the posSoflkst In Palo l'lnto Texas, M second .class rnattor. n SATURDAY, MAtt. 21, 1886. idea Matters. We are not responsible for the opinions of eur correspondents, ; societies. PaloPintoLodgoNo.aiD, AvF.&A.M. mention Saturday of or proceeding each full niooa. 0.1.1. Carter, Wi M. J. L, Cunningham. Sco'y. at. r n. , Palo Pinto Lode No. 2078,' Kniehts of Honor meets the lilt and 8rd "Wednesday eights In each month. M, 0. Lynn, 'Dictator. J. IT. BaW, Reporter, a o. a, t. m Polo Pinto TiOdsp No. 48, meets everwfe j nursaay mem ai iuo i. a. unurcu. m J.B. Straughnn, W. C. T. u. u. jirevara, Dec y. Moro rain. Everything looking green. Watch (maker) that spotted hat Elder It. Clark preaches to mor- row nt the Christian church. Work has been resumed at Iho Gordon Goal mines. Loonl items is scaroor this week, than for aorao time past. Mr. Sullivan attended Eq. Ran- dall's court in precinct No. 6 this week....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 21 March 1885

N .1- BBBStek. ISBBBBBBBBiSBBBBBBBBBBBBBiSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBhl Mk wlaBOBHisBBiSWDsMtisBBsaBHBSsiBHBODnBBBBQisBB r h EVARTS ASSURANCEt Tho Crafty Old l'elltlclan Not So Certain as He Pretends to lie Mr. Evarts, la Ids speech altiio Unloi. League Club, said ho bolioyod that his party ''thograitd pld party1' Would enter upon ''tho contest for tho conduct qf tho Government with perfect assur- ance" that '' as suro as election day shall come round wo shall reinstate in thoposscssicn of thatpowcr tho' 16- pubiicamparty, and then shall havo sct- tlod'forovcr that odious and dangorons element'1 that has disturbed us for forty years, a solid South." Tho crafty old politician is not so woll assured as ho pretends to be. Tho Republican party had so strongly intrenched itsolf by its corrupt methods that it was difficult for tho Domocracy to overthrow it- The Democrats had the votes tho Demo- crats had a largo majority of tho votes . 1870, anu did triumph at the baiiot- out Jir. evarts- party uorrau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 28 March 1885

B'Vw.nnmnattiMimraM L & V ' , P f J j o u ' 1 4, ". . fox Art '7 t !? 'ft I MslubHshed June, 1870. "Iot Jutioo 33o Done joh tho Heavens B'nll." Terms, $l.GO per Annum. VOKVI. PALO PINTOPALO PINTO 00., 1 AS, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1885. NO. 41. 7,Ywm ft l '. !J?J J THE'- PALO PINTO EIGHTEEN. Klijbtocn years of blooming; Maj s, 'j Eighteen summers' sunny Blow, JslBhtceu autumns' ptirnlo linzo, l.lghtccn Christmas tides of snow I IrnnpT irinldon, dobonalr, Uoldon boura round tbcodnncol Sparkling- cyos and rippling' balr, Dimple, blush and wfusomo glttncol Bircot Uio f riilt tliat rlpons slowest. Coolest Is tbo rill Hint bldos, l'urplo vlolots noitlo lowoBt, Bafost LnrqUo nt ha nn rldos. Walttho j oars, nor spood thom fast, Upt oquippod who Intost etas s; God's still olco will speak ntlast, Gods suro hand will point tho ways. Ueoroe ir. V. ITlce, Oi Current. A MAN AND A BROTHER. A Truo Story of tho Gallant Act of a Fottored Prlsonor. Tho chief told tho story. Ho said it waslruo; and wl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 28 March 1885

ii i -' - mmJm. K. IV -- I, pao pinto star. , rubUSIIEO-KVEHV BATUIIOAY .r. O. SON,lcllt'o nnaFropt'r SATURDAY. MAR. 28. 1 B86. Let no one say that Em;lands fighting pro- pensities nro not to hur advantage, for the Fort Worth Gazetto saj g : That ten million pounds of American meat havo teen order- ed by England for her army In Africa. The ages of the members of the new cabi- net are as follows j Rayard 80, Manning 64, Garland 63, Lamnr 69, Endieott 58, Vilas 45 and Wbitnoy 4G. Thoy nro all men of ability and honesty. Each in his department has instituted reforms of a practlcnl nature, which meet tho approbation of all lovers of honest government. It is rumored that president Cleveland will bo married to a BufTalo lady next fall. ii ii There is somo tnlk of culling nn extra session of tho Nineteenth or 'kid" legislnlu.ro. Would it not be better for some Cromwell to step to tho front and dissolve it. Toxns will continue to bo inflicted with medioc- rity in Tier legislative halls, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 28 March 1885

ymwmm SifcV. ?? 'ifKwwri,, 1 '& t m :"m S, "V1 tfO V1 , HiiSiSiKCES 3W!k '' OSfflfoWT ' (,rlHK''f ft V. '" 1J -. V atSr JKSK&f.' i'WM 5 - , - ' V ir : .W' i t 4V '., lijniULlLll'tim Drmmi i riVVrrTk OmiD PALO. PINTO STAR, Jfottaad irt in poatoffice in "Palo Pinto " ' ' Tekas, m second class master. ', " ?"';; . ' 4i JfJjATITRbAY, .MAR. 28, 1886. -' k rmczzl . i.oc matters. ! Vfa are not responsible"' for tbe opinions of ur' correspondents, i t JDuston will soon be in vocuc. '. Wo,rejrot to hear that Mr. Jim RodumYdown with pneumonia.. . yf t'W9 regret to noto'tho indisposition npri, Shirloy. ' s.'m eu ha Docn to i. Worth . this weok. ,. "- 1 , ' WeHt'l'm hnck "ngin." jr S&V. you fellow over Umr. i, tiMr. Jo. Rondiir a wealthy "young mnn -"'"from Kentucky, died M tbo Oonl Mines last . y8aturdy of heart disease. -" f.f'"', " Two ot our ottizena tried a httlo 'flUicuiT on Thurtdny. nowdid it go boy. , z Wo received the Haatland Anchor to-day, it i a briglit, newsy paper, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 28 March 1885

' I " o t b. " . t? y " r MAHONE. Au Outcast from Virginia and a Itepub- llcnn Outenit In Washington. Whilo Mahono lins nlways boon un- popular personally In Washington, thero was a timo when ho wa9 a prominent figure in Republican circles. Not that ho was trusted by his Republican' allies, for tha,t ho nover, was, but tho Repub- licans wcro led to bcliovo that ho Was a great political powor In Virginia, henco tho attention that was paid him. Ma- hono know well how to uso Ins tem- porary powor and as a political boss ho surpassed in boldness all tho spoilsmen in Washington. How tho Republicans woro deceivedt Mahono had luudo them bcliovo that his inllucnco in this State was nnboundod; that his lieutenants would bo loyal to him to tho end; that ho could control nil Virginia elections; that ho could iu- fluenco tho politics of othor Southern States, and in short lead tho "Solid South" into tho Republican party. Sherman, and men of that type, np- Jilauded Mahono's oflbrts to injuro tho...

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

- I f' THE PALO I PINTO STAR. Mstablislmit Juno, 1870. "Lot Jusllco Ha U Wa'hounh tho IiouvonH 3TaH." TannH, $1.50 por Annum. VOL. YI. PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO C ITEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1885. NO. 42. ' ' is. LOVE IS NOT BLIND. - TTlio mnld I lovo Is rlohly (traced: All human beauties over traced lly boot-hand or nrtlst-brush Aro hors. Her smllo, hcrmaldon lilusli, llor soul lit oyos, hor Bprlahtly wit, Her tresses, throuifb. whlolt sunbeams Hit, A tnouth outllnca liko Cupid's, bow, A nock that rivals driven snow, A volco llko boido dciir Instrument A breath as sweet as meadow mint Thoso nnd u thousand other charms llav o wokencil In mo lovo'n nlanns. And "l,ovo Is blind," tho siujcs rhvI llow false Is this) what falluoj-l '1 ho maid I lovo who? o charms I slntf With lnncy's bilghtost coloring lias faults that ovon I can see. ltorg-reutcst ono? Sho lovos not mol Jos. 1. U'aldron, in Current. THE IASHEE. A Plan Whioh Doos Not Suooood in All Gasos. Tliero is ono problom in Hfo that I ...

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

V ' ' jr J v ' ' ' ' K ' ' if! . ' ' 9 I . - VI a& .PALO pinto STAR. f lHinUSIlKU KVKHV BATUHDAY .TV O. SON.prtllor tinAPropt'r SATURDAY. APRIL. 4, 1885. . Tho 21st of April is Texas Day at tho Now Orleans Exposition. Tho doubtful Ohio and tho banner Toxas I alas, that tho flesh-pots aro for neither I Tho Buckeye sulks in his tont, while tho Lono Star begiqs his first lesson in political ortho graphy, l-n-g-r-a-t-i-t u-dc Dallas Herald. MBIMJM IN PABTO. Foreign and Domestic News. Tho Amorican Tract society should station a number of their col- portuors at all tho approaches to Washington, to mako a liberal distri- bution to incomers of tracts contain- ing tho ninth beatitude, in largo Korean caps ; "Blessed bo ho who oxpoototh nothing, forho shall not bo disappointed." Fort Worth Gazatto. Says tho Dallas Horald ; Tho great probability now hAhat prohibition will bo prohibited. Tho local optioL law is somotimes good in its opera- tion, and in certain rare localities Absolutely css...

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

MnSWISWHSiWSwSBwB SS jffyTMip ., . P'?VI!BHBBSiS??HiH -H t-1 l 3 v Itv, . I'i y4 ai-. or; s A k f KB ( . s. r wn i nr ,1 'J!- 1, it r !M " M 71 ise. 'A, I GO1 1 &4 jrs.'.iL. els" rfto .B. 10S9 nd no PALO PINTO STAR. Entered nt the postoulce In Palo Pinto Texas, ns second class matter. SATURDAY. APRIL. 4, 1885, Local Matters. Wo are not responsible for the opinions of 1 our correspondents. Church Directory. CmilsTUH church.r-'Elder A. Clark. prcnclica ut said church the 4th Sunday in (south). Rev. J! each month. Methodist church Mills, P. C. Services 1st Sundny in each month, nt tho M, "E. church. Prayer meet- ing each Tuesday night, Sunday Bchool, every Sunday at 3 o'cltck in tho afternoon. Baptist. Slaughter Valley church. Rev. G, W. Slaughter Pastor, Services , 2nd Sunday ir. each month at tho Christian church.. ' V Palo Pinto Baptist church. Rev. "W. E. ' Nowbrough preaches on the 3rd Sunday in each month at tho Christian church. Union Sunday School. Jleots every Sun- , , dav...

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

.$ M 0 THE GRAND VICTORY. Proof that Patriotism Is Store tlinn Sec- tionalism to the Veoplo uf tho Unltotl States Tho restoration of tho Dcmocratio party to power Is proof 'that patriotism is moro than Bcctionalism with tho pco- plo of the United States. Tho fact that, with tho approbation of tho citizens of our commonwealth, President Cleveland has appointed thrco Southern states- men in his Cabinet, demonstrates a condition of National amity which is under tho circumstances remarkublo. Twenty years ago closed tho greatest civil war in history. To-day tho chief- tains and statesmen of each of tho then hostile sections divido tho powers of a common government with tho consent, by the votes and with tho warm approval of a united people lho easo with which Americans got over their quarrols is unprecedented in tho annals of other races. The English civil wais left scars which showed for centuries. To this daj' tlicro aro traces of the divisions they caused. Tho moro mercurial Frcncli m...

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

m 'V-!V. f. t l THE PALO PINTO STAR, JffistabllBhod Juno, 1870. "Xidt jWico Bo 1 Phouch tho Iloavona ITall." rJPerms,.l$1.00 porAnnum. VOL. VI. PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO C (TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1885. NO. 43. UNREST. Jloro In the yours whoreln I stand I bmb neross tho fallow lnncii Actobs tho couquost and its cost; Boyond tlio souirbt-for and tho lost; And look Into thine eyes of Joy Thou browu-f acod, tuntckca country hoy I Just thou and thlno, with naught between. JInko up that swectost oluen sccno. O tender scono mid sight nndsouud! Tho farm-homo with its lilacs round; The poppy-bod; tho locust trees; Tho BtllUeldlc hum of bcos; Tho woll, with sturdy oakon sweep; Tho morning glories half nsloop; The swallows, tfosslpinfr; thocioon Ofdo-vcs ubout tho barn; tho noon when kino, broast-doop, Btand In tho stronm; And thy world pauses In a dreaml Beyond, tho uplands; thon, tho hills, Whoro, intorlaolntr, orcop tho rills; Hero, forarts, sontinels ot peace; Thoro, Holds with opulont fn...

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

v .J JW j A VAl6 PINTO STAR. ponuBiiED Evunr satukday .r. O. SON, Editor ana Propl'r SATUUDAY. APRIL. 11, 18S. Tbo early domiso of Gon. Grant is now no longer a question, but may occur at nny hour. All hopo of hia recovery is nivon up. Hon. J. W. Throckmorton who has boon sicic for some timo nt his homo in McKinnoy, has ngnin ro- lapsed, and is now in a ciitic.il condition, The Port worth Gnzolto snj's that tbo land of earthquakes waB ever the lund of insurrection. BurrioB is doad, but the Hpiritot rcuollion still ' remains. The Grapevine Telephono propos- es to ndvertiso gratis and send papers freo to all who will make af- fidavit that they aro too poor lo pay. John Bull, says tbo Qazolto, has abandoned tbo Kilo-Khartoum ex- pedition. 'Tis tbo rays of the huh, not the arms of the rebels, beforo which the lion rotrcats. Wo notice , in the Nuwb of Thursday, tho question : "Wliy would tt not bo a good idon for tho Commissioners' court lo lot tho District court room to loptimato onlort...

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

-k? m &&.. B rz l t PALO PINTO STAR. .Entered at tho -posbfflco la l'nlo Pinto Texas, as second clasJ matter. SATURDAY, APRIL. 11, 1885.; Local Matters. Wo nro not responsible for tbe opinions Of our correspondent?. Church Directory. CnnlaTlAH ehvlrch.-F,lder A. Olarlf, preaches at said church tho 4th Sunday in oaeh month) JIktwopist church (south). Rev, M. Mills, P. C. Services 1st Sundav in each month, at the M. E. church. Prayer meet- ing each Tuesday nieht. Sunday School, every Sunday at 3 o'clock in ma nuoriinon. , DAptist. Slaughter Valloy church. Hov. G, W. Slaughter Pastor. Pcrices 2nd Sunday ir. each month at tho Christian church. Palo Pinto Baptist church. Rev. W. E. Newbrnuch preaches on the 3rd Sunday in each month at tho Ohrltlan church. Union Sunday School. Meets every Sun- day morning at 9 o'clock at tho Christian church. J. II. Baker Supcrlntcndant, H..F. Sandors.Sec. Societies. Tain Pinto Lodge No. 310, A. P. & A. M. mcotson Saturduy of or proceeding eac...

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

v, THE CROWNING INFAMY. An Infanidus Aot Tcrpotrntod by tho 3to- publlcmi Forty. Wo nro gradually gottlng more light 'on tho last net of Infamy of tho Repub- lican party, porpctrotcd as it was stop- ping down and out of power. "Tho ruling passion strong in death" has had ono moro dazzling and brilliant illus- tration. .'.'Wo refor to tho last land stoal of 700,000" acres of Government land. Tho Washington correspondents aro gradually getting at the truo inward- ness of tho big $3,000,000 swindle. Wo published a dispatch last Saturday from tho Chicago Tribune, which gavo out the impression that tho matter was all right; quito innoeont, in fact; tho usual thing expected, of courso, from a party that had piled up monuments of big and infamous swindles. Tho Now York World's correspondent has been looking tho affair up, and ho uncovers somo very interesting details. According to this account, it seems that several weeks' ago a largo additional forco of clerks was put on for tho purposo o...

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

itv A' ! ."tt . , ,i "W, .-s, a &nS o b- rtli I . - ?- !-" t --&..,'-'.. . Ife . - . , ,, ' - . V Ci tl J STAR. o o !P " "' .' iiil'iig imuiir An iiiIiiu mi i ill nil ' -''" ' I" HI"- -I Ml .. !. III l.li H V - , i f l J SHE PAli " i1 Q o m JHl 4 PINTO liiK " lEstablisliocl. Juno, 187G. VOL. VI. THE LONG LANE. lira only hnlf way to tho lake, Fivo minutes' wnllc across tho wood) Tho boaob, tflo willows nna tho biako Woro quickly found if understood. But oh 1 tho sun filiono warm and high, Whtfti salllod forth, In cairor oitoat Of beach ami willows standlns by, A pair I Wot of, halt In jest; Or so X thought, but (tullcloss, I Patlont did wait for tholr return: u?ho momoutt sped, I wondorod why It took'so long to muko tho forn. ' Juat to tho thicket's cdffft" ho said, ' And Just 0.110 look upon tho spot Wboro wo, as boy and ijlrl, havoplayod, In tlmos that aro not qulto forgot." Iniusod awhllo, but not In wrath! -JN. light brolto In upou my view; Jloloro mo lay tho radiant path...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 18 April 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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