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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 16 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE .JOURNAL. prVTQyv" m ai If- % 5w>. M ? BETTER DÍ1 r I i. 0K t-1 11 ci .u J r^i \u*i V- J i £■ Sr'^T hi tJ i-jg u hi 8 &■ ¿1 & We are Receiving Daily New Goods—This Year's Pack— From the Famous Erie Preserving Company. V í LjÁ p * * m WL ; i a •-'g «£ CANNED VEGETABLES. Fresh Com. per can 10c Tomatoes, per can ..10c Peas, per can 10c Beans, per can 10c And, as a real quick seller, we are putting- on sale : Hulled Corn. 3 - lb can 10c Potted Ham. per can 5c Corned Beef. 2-lb can 25c Corned Beef. 1 -lb can. 15c In Anderson's famous goods you dont know what is good till you try a can of their fa- mous Chese and Macaroni. IOC, 15c & 20c SIZES. TRY A CAN. We have en route a mixed car of AUSTIN NICHOL'S and FRANCIS LEGGETT'S GOODS, which cannot he beaten in any market. The QUALITY of the goods sells them. See Them. Canned Meats Of all Descriptions Libbey's Armour's McNeil's And other Packers. COFFEES COFFE TRY A POUND OF ABOVE OR 44 IK A EI. B. Millar ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 16 September 1899

14 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. STEPHENVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. John Tarleton College, OTHO. S. HOUSTON, Pres. J. H. CAGE. V.-Pres. W. A. HYATT, Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Stephenville, Texas. Large Reserve Constantly on Hand to be Prepared for Wars or Panics. W. J. AND ELI OXFORD ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Stephenville, Texas. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS. W. H. BRUCE, A. M., Ph. D., PRESIDENT. First Session Begins September 4, 1899 RATES OF TUHION FOK OTHERS 1 HAN BENEFICIARIES: Accademic Classes. Per Vonth Collegiate Classes, Per Month $2.50 !*.*{. (Ill a ya bi e quarterly. i n 3d va nee A Thoroughly Equipped School for Academic and Collegiate Work, in charge of a first-class Faculty For Catalogue address, J. J. BEN N Ett, Secretary Local Board of Directors, Stephenville, Texas. ED hen in Stepbenmííe Call on W. A. Dawson at the Pa'ace Saloon. He carries the finest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars THAT CAN BE BOUGHT. Anderson Preserving Co.'s Table Luxuries. Trade Supplied by N. D. BARR...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 16 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL 15 \f3 YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH Hillar's Penang; Spices 5-iDllS DIPLOiS-5 WE SELL THE OLD RELIABLE MINERS AND PUDDLERS Awarded Millar's Penang Spice Hx~ hibit at the World's Columbian Exposition, CHICAGO. A Trade Mark a Badge of Honor. Try our Sitting-Top Preservative Packages of Pepper, Cinamon, All - sipce, Cloves, Etc., and you will Understand the Reason Why. £. B. MILLAR & COMPANY, Importers and Grinders, g°od f°r TORAprn SMOKING AND CHEWING ^ ^ 1 ^ UnUUU Made in the Eight Hour Factory of |#"HAND PACKING B. Leidersdorf & Company. NO MACHINE WORK. MILWAUKEE, WIS. TEXAS PACIFIC MERCANTILE & MANUFACTURING CO., THURBER, TEXAS. 53=For Sale by T. P. M. & M. Co. L. M. RUMSEY MFG. CO., ST. LOUIS, iVlO. MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF . . . ©A. c£L Foundry, Machinists' and Railroad Sup- M plies, Gas Pipe, Valves and Fittings, Rub yjfp her, Leather and Cotton Belting, Wire aud Manilla Rope, Shafting and Pulleys and « Pumps, Cane Mills, Sorghum E...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 16 September 1899

16 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. AübAS BREWERY. Brewers and Bottlers of a Strictly High Grade LAGER BEER K\3£Jge/> •f A L L A S, Accounts ■I:-* <>* Agents, Saloon Hen and Druggists Solicited. WRITE for PRICES ••• TEXAS. <3^ smort line: FROM EX AS —TO K— ST, LOUIS, MEMPHIS, AND POINTS EAST ANO SOUTHEAST, ONLY LINE TO NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA. •-o Operators of the Magnificent New Train, <1 PACIFIC COAST LIMITED." SEMI-WEEKLY BETWEEN Chicago, St. Louis, Dallas, Fort Worth, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Solid Vestibule Through Without Change. E. P. TURNER, Genrr !fPa99enger and Ticket Agent. L S. THORNE, Vice President and Gen'l Mgr. DALLAS, TEIXAS. ••• GALL F0R * STANDARD WHITE MINERS' OIL. MANUFACTURED 8Y WATERS-PIERCE 0IL GO. Smokes Less aiid Burns Longer tban any Other Miners' Oil on the Market

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 23 September 1899

%^T"When the figures on the tabet opposite your name equa) the figures indicating the Whote Number" printed to the right of the date tine your subscription wit! have expired. Watch the date tine and renew as we distike to cut your name off. At! persons receiving papers whose tabets are numbered betow the WHOLE number of TH!S paper are atready detinquent. =^mmnim F^OPULATTIO^ ^,500. VOL. !V. X(). 10. TmiKHKR, TKXAS: SATURDAY, SKPTEMRKR 23, 1899. WHOLE Xo. 166. GENERAL FORE!GN AND DOMESTIC NEWS NOTES FiVE Havana newspapers advocate an- nexation to the United States. AT DUNDEE, Scotland, a lockout began last Monday at fifty mills, throwing 35,000 inen out of employment. THE flour millers of Tennessee, Georgia, Kentucky and Mississippi met in secret conference recently and decided to ad- vance the price of flour 10 per cent, on October 1. THE Milburn Wagon works at Toledo, Ohio, is in receipt of a large order for wa- gons and ambulances for the British Gov- ernment to be sent to the Tra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 23 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL Endured Heath's Agonies. Only a roaring tire enabled J. M*. Garrettson of San Antonio, Texas, to lie down when attacked by Asthma, from which he suffered for yearn. He writes his misery was often so great that it seemed he endured the agonies of death; but Dr. King-s New Discovery for Consumption wholly cured him. This marvelous medicine is the only known cure for Asthma, as well as Con- sumption, Coughs and Colds, and all Throat, Chest and Lung troubles. Price 50c and >61.00. Guaranteed. Trial bottles free at T. P. M. & M. Co.'s Pharmacy. The Jennie Calif Company Coming. Manager Miller announces the coming of the Jennie Calif Comedy company in repertoire for the week commencing Mon- day, October 2. This is one of the best and most popular com- panies oil the road, are favorites in Thurber, and the announce- ment of their coming is greeted with delight. Mr. Miller says he has booked tive companies for one-week stands for the fall and winter, cov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 23 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. 3 A Thurber 'Mum" Sociabte. "Lend me a revolver," said a well known Thurber young man with his nose skinned, his eye blackened, and his many-colored necktie around under his ear, and one tail of his coat tore off, as he came bounding into the drug store last Monday night, his clothes all covered with mud. hut's the matter wuth you?" said Reeves, looking inquir- ingly at him. "Do you suppose I am going to lend you a revolv- er to kilt somebody, and then be arrested for being an accesso- ry? Not much! But what's the matter? You look as though you came out of a window. Anything the matter with the door?" The young man took a wet towel from the soda water coun- ter and sopped the blood off his nose, looked into the mirror and arranged his tie, turned his back and looked into the glass to see if the absent coat tail displayed much of a vacancy, then leaned down on the counter, looked at Reeves a moment and said: "You look like a.man that can be trusted, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 23 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. Chbc^ffRS ^lining ;mb (TraQf 3tournat. Owned and Pubiished bv T. P. M. & M. Go. WALTER B. McADAMS, EDITOR AND MANAGER. SUBSCRtPT!0!N RATES: One Year ..$!.00 Single Copies 5Cts . R^ERT!S!N(j RATES MADE KNOWN ON APPIJCATtON TO THE OFFtCE. i ^ w Ki ii r iorsL. PUBLtSHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNtNG. THURHMK, TEXAS: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1899. A REPORT of Admiral Hichborn, who is at the head of the Bureau of Construction and Repair of the Navy Department, shows that we have forty-seven naval craft under construction, many of them almost completed. According to the department's percentage method of the amount of work done, the eight bat- tleships stand thusly: "Kearsarge," 95; "Kentucky," 93; Illi- nois," 70; "Alabama," 90; "Wisconsin," 77; "Maine," 12; "Mis- souri," 1, and the "Ohio" 6. Four monitors range from two to twenty-two per cent., and torpedo boats and torpedo-boat de- stroyers all the way from one to ninety-eight per cent. The scarcity of materi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 23 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTHS. Little Harry Cook was under treatment of the physician this week. Ex-County Attorney Jim Jarrott spent Sunday and Monday in camp. A wag suggests that a census be taken of the vagabond dogs in camp. Attorney Clarence Nugent of Stephenville was here Sunday and Monday. Dr. J. W. Stinson of Strawn came over Tuesday trading, and called at THE JouRRNAL office. Mr. Sol Frank, one of Stephenville's prominent retired mer- chants, was in the city Monday. Eggs are in demand here, and Mr. Fred Back offers the highest cash price for one dozen or many thousands of dozen. Miss A. C. Gordon, sister of our superintendent, returned Sun- day from a pleasant visit with the Misses Cook at Strawn. Mr. James Bingham is nursing a felon on his right thumb. He declares it is his'n, and won't allow any one to caress it. Editor Binks of Strawn and Printer Mancil were visitors here Saturday and Sunday. THE JOURNAL was favored with a frater- nal call. Mr....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 23 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. ^LL^EtSHT 6 56ST ,QUAL)T Texas State Fair and Dallas Exposition. Diploma. Awarded Kitchen Queen Baking Pow- der for quality, strength and healthful- ness, and for the lightness, fine texture and sweetness of its products. J. T. TRUZEVAXT, President. C. A. CorR, Secretary. AT THE CHURCHES. CATHOMC CHURCH. f ! iHE text of Scripture read last Sunday was the be- ginning of Chapter IV to the Ephesians, from which the proposition "Only one Lord, one faith, one baptism" was formed. Rev. Father Dolje, in the course of his remarks, said: As there is but one God, so there can be but one reli- gion. What do we mean by one religion? Unity of belief in the same doctrines of revelation; vnity of pastors who govern, teach and administer the sacraments to the believers in Christ. How do we know that such unity of faith and government is es- sential to the church of Christ? We know it from various pas- sages of the holy Scriptures, and from good common sense itself. S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 23 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. ever before in August and exceeded imports by $37,929,609, part- ly because exports of staples were $9,366,978 larger than last year, also because exports of other products, mainly manufacturing, were $10,348,000 larger than last year and larger than any other month of any year. Fears that great advance in prices might shut off exports of manufactured products have not been un- natural, and it is more gratifying to find that such exports con- tinue and expand. The excess of exports over imports gives fair promise of as large a balance in foreign trade to the benefit of this country during the winter as has ever been seen. That manufactured exports do not fall off, but are larger than ever, is both surprising and gratifying. The volume of business now in progress has never been rivaled. "The great movement of grain, in wheat and Hour, was little larger than last year in August, and in two weeks of September 5,920,273 busheis, Hour included, from Atlant...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 23 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. QUESHONS AND ANSWERS. THUfMEH GENERAL DtRECTORY. WHAT was the date of the Battle of El Caney? READER. July 1, 1898. WHEN did Mr. Gladstone die? D. W. William Ewart Gladstone died at Hawarden on May 19, 1898. IN which month occur most of the hailstormes? B. F. They belong to the summer months and humid weather. In most localities August brings more than any other month. WHEN, where and by whom did the twelve signs of the Zodiac originate? PEN. These are supposed to have originated with the ancient Egyptians and to refer to the agriculture and divisions of seasons in that country. WHEN and where was the peace treaty between Mexico and the United States signed? 2. When did Corbett and Mitchell fight? J. D. At the village oi Guadalupe Hidalgo, Mexico, February 2, 1848. 2. January 25, 1895. Corbett won in three rounds. Is THERE a premium on a silver quarter of 1853, without arrows in eagle's claws? W. T. We don't know. A list of valuably rare coins puts at...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 23 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. t* § *v^ % ^)Hr. %! %! ^Tr § Market and Cotd Storage Dept. OF" THE -r !.V Who)esa!e Dep't OF OUR PACK!\G HOUSE SUPPL!ES )S COMPLETE. 4W HAMS AND BACON AXHLHAUHRS, AND CAN'T BH Bt:Al. Prices Quoted On Application ..r./ .* .'*'7*'* :*^' !.*/:*' **/.' .e:";'*ii-*r -i ^T. IP. Ml. & [Ml. CO. KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A COMPLETE STOCK OF FRESH AND CURED .. Heats FRESH F!SH, MACKEREL, LARD, BUTTER, EGGS. Hams, Presh Pork, Aii(t Liver Sausage Satama, Hoio^- na an(t Fresh Hea(] Cheese. Onions, Gariie, Ca)i))age, Piekies, Krant, antt m fact limits an(] Vegetat)]es of a)] Kinds, and Oysters, m Season. THE MARKET AND COLO STORAGE DEPARTMENT, o T. P. M. & M. CO. O FRED BACK. Manager Market. Thurber, Texas. % 4.-- g $!

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 23 September 1899

10 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. ^ ^ ^ ^ Just Arrived A iu)] cartoad of Men's Bovs' an(] Women's Fine Shoes Car Loads OF* NEW FALL GOODS HAVE ARRtVED There has been neither pains nor expense spared in piocuring one of the best selections of Hie various lines we have ever had in this Department. We cordially solicit an inspection from ALL, and will be more than pleased to show you through the lines. You']) be Convinced Of ou) asseition when we state that we are exhibiting the choicest, newest and cheapest array of Novelties to to be found in any market. Our MiHinery Dep. WILL BE OPENED IN A SHORT PERIOD WITH EVERYTHING THAT IS NEW !N THE LINE WAtTFOR ARRtVALOFOUR Taitor Made CLOTtHNG. SOON TO ARRtVE. DRY GOODS DEP.. IT. P. /V). & M. CO. H. COOK, Jlanager. THURBER, TEXAS. E++

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 23 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. lil PABST MiLWAUKEE BEER. Drin (t Pdbst aitb H)odb Drinks tDii^ ^OH. WWMWWft 3*5 Puriti) ^.15 mabe 3is ^anie WORLD-WIDE T. P. M. & M. COMPANY, WHOLESALE DEALERS, THURBER. TEXAS KINDLY REMEMBER THAT SUMMER !s Not Quite Over Just Yet AND YOU NEED V AIER COOLERS, Ulters, Ice Chests, Ice Cream Freezers, Bird Cages, Fishing Tackle, Croquet Sets, Lawn Mowers, Wire Netting, Screen Doors, Etc., Etc. Quail shooting will be good after October i. We have the best line of Cuns and Ammunition to be found in West ! exas. Elegant line of Stoves, Tinware, Harness, Saddlery, Oils, Paints, Brushes, Miner's Supplies, Sil- verware, Cutlery, Oueensware and General Hardware. T. P. M. & /VI. Co.'s Hardware Department, % THURBER, TEXAS.

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 23 September 1899

12 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. ' L! g p E a 8 h .- h L Ll 8 h S L BETTER We are Receiving Daily New Goods—This Year's Pack— From the Famous Erie Preserving Company. CANNED VEGETABLES. Fresh Corn, per can 10c Tomatoes, per can 10c Peas, per can 10c Beans, per can 10c HuHedCorn. 3-!b can 10c Potted Ham. per can 5c Corned Beef. 2-tb can 25c Corned Beef. 1 -!b can 1 5c COFFEES In Anderson's famous goods you dont know what is good tit) you try a can of their fa- mous Chese and Macaroni. 10c, 15c & 20c StZES. TRY A CAN. We have en route a mixed car of AUSTtN NtCHOL'S and FRANCtS LEGGETT'S GOODS, which cannot be heaten in any market. The QUALITY of the goods sells them. See Them. ! i E. E3. !V! i)!3 r & Co. ]M PORTERS. As good a Cup of "Ceylon," "Young Hyson," "Gunpow- der" or "Japan" as you can find anywhere for the money. ONLY 60c PHR POUND. Fresh Ground Meat 50c PER BUSHEL. trish '(Cotorado) Potatoes $1.10 PER BUSHEL. We have a few barrets of fine Sorghum Molasses; per gal.,...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 23 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL 13 ooo THE OOO °^7-<^=7-c=7 29"^-^ =3 <3^ A!ways Seasonable There is not a day that passes in which the va!ue ofa^ood Tooth Brush !s not demonstrated. We keep the kind you want, the genuine bristtes that dont come out. AH prices up to ^oc. A complete line of the ieading denti- frices in Powder, Paste or Liquid form, TO SU!T YOUR TASTH. Good Soda Soft Soaks Scarce. We have been setting GREAT tft BtG Sheep-Woo) Sponges at Bristles and Brush. BLACK )-A!R BRUSHES at 25c, 35c 50c, 65c, 75c, 85c, $1.00 and up. To suit every purse No better vatues anywhere. One speciatty strong BLack Brush—extra good quatity—tooks just tike a dottar brush, and has a dottar's worth of wear Castile Squares WOMEN'S SUMMER TOOLS. Comes from materials combined with skill and knowledge. We use the very best of everything. Ii it is possible to improve anything, we IMPROVE it. The COST doesn't worry us half as much as the QUALITY. Dantily Served Adds relish to even the best dri...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 23 September 1899

14 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. STEPHENVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ^ c John Tarteton CoHege, FtRST NATIONAL BANK. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS. Of Stephenvi!!e, Texas. Large Reserve Constancy on Hand to be Prepared for Wars or Panics. W. H. BRUCE, A. M., Ph. D., PRESIDENT. First Session Begins September 4, )899 KATES CF TUtTtON FOR OTHERS THAN BENEF)C)AR)ES: ACCADEM<C CLASSBS. PER MONTH. #2.KM COH-t^GtATECLASSES. PERMONTH w. J. AND EL! OXFORD ^ ^ . -r, ^ ^ ^ Payabie quarteriy. tn advance. A Thoroughiy hqutpped Schoot for Academic and CoHegiate Work, in charge of a hrst-dass Facuity. 71 T ForCatatogueaddress, J. J. BENNETT, -L L vy.L\--i. 1 r / JL jLL L LyJ^JL AAL ^ Secretary Loca) Board of Directors. STEPHENVtLLE. TEXAS. Stephenvitie, Texas. IDhett in ^tephenritk Anderson Preserving Co.'s Table Luxuries. Cat) on W. A. Dawson at the Pa'ace Sa)oon. He carries the finest brands of Trade Supphedhy N.D.BARRY, Wines, Liquors and Cigars OALLAS TEx - THAT CAN BE BOUGHT. L. B. MccLRNKHRN, WEST St...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 23 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. 16 j^ound of LIOM COFFEE flitlar's Penang 5pices 5-MtOtt^ OI^LOMM-5 THE HOUSEWIFE'S FRIEND. WE SELL THE OLD REHABLE Awarded Miiiar's Peiiang Spice Ex- hibit at the World's Cotumbian Exposition, CHICAGO. Tt y om- Sittin^Top Preservative ^ ^ Packages ot Pepper, Cinamon, AH- sipce, Ctoves, Etc., and you wit! A Trade Mark a Badge of Honor. Understand the Reason Why. MtNERS AND PUDDLERS E M!LLAR & COMPANY,importers and Grinders, (iOOD FOR SMOKtNG AND CHEWtNG Made in the Eight Hour Factory of B.Leidersdorf& Company. TOBACCO n:^*HAND PACKING NO MACHtNE WORK. CWtCAGO AND DENVER. R^°For Sate by T. P. ^1. & M. Co. M!LWAUKEE, W!5. TEXAS PACIFIC MERCANTILE & MANUFACTURING CO., THURBER, TEXAS. ..HEADQUARTERS FOR... Tetephones, Dynamos, Fan Motors, Electric Bells, Genera! Eiectrical Supplies, Telegraph Instruments, Motors. (—Send For Catalogue. WESTERN ELECTRICAL SUPPL! CO., to and n West Ninth St., ST. LOUTIS, 3^0. MARTtN'S BEST WHISKEY Bottted and...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 23 September 1899

16 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. fHE BRLthAS BREWERY Brewers and Bottiers of a Strictiy High Grade LAGER BEER *#* ALLA5 Accounts of Agents, 3a)oon Hen and Druggists Soticited. WRITE for PRICES * TEXAS. PACtF! RAILWAY <5*3 <5HOFRT L.!N EL FROM E A S TO ST. LOUIS, MEMPHIS, AND POINTS EAST AND SOUTHEAST. ONLYUNETO- NEW MEXtCO, ARtZONA AND CAHFORNiA. Operators of the Magnificent ^ew Train, PAC!F)C COAST L!)V!]TED." SEMI-WEEKLY BETWEEN Chicago. St. Louis, Datias, Fort Worth, Los Angetes and San Francisco. Sotid Vestibute Through Without Change. *^7*^5,nCB F03E5, :F-A.:E3.T3:c:T3*Tlj-a.:E3.S. L S. THORNE, E. P. TURNER, OAL-L.AS, T EX AS. 3 > 3 o = E33 r t CALL FOR -t STANDARD WHITE MINERS' OIL. WAYERS-PIERGE OIL CO. Smokes Less a^d Burns Longer than any Other Miners' Oii on the Market

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