The Goldthwaite Eagle. (Goldthwaite, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 23, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 5, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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ioldth. waite Eagle |
fe-ONE DOLLAR PER ASmTM-es
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PUBLISHED 5SVERY SATURDAY
W. H, THOMPSON, Proprietor.
The Old Spinet.
It is slim and trim and spare
Like the Slender Lady Ciaire
In the gowns they used to wear
And it stands there m the gloom
Of the gabled attic room,
Like the ghost whose vacant tomb
None may know.
I can see the lady's hands,
White as lillies, as she stands
Strumming fragments of Durand’s
On the keys;
And I Year the thin, sweet strain
_-"d'/f the Plymouth hymns again,
Like the so'b of windless rain
In the trees.
She would play the minuet
For the stately-stepplug set,
While the ardent dancers met,
Hands and heart3.
Did the old-time spinet care
If Dan Cupid unaware
Pricked the breasts of brave <*nd fair
With his dart? ^
Now the spideb's with their floss
Up and down Che key boards cross
And the sti ingW are chill as dross,
Once so bright;
No QTWO,area to touch the keys—
* Stained old yellow ivories—
Save the ghost some dreamer sees
In the night.
Topic : Confidence.
Scripture reading, Job 13:6-16
Scripture reading, Judges 7:
Select reading—Allie Hum-
Male Quartette—Messrs. Fer-
guson, Cole, Levy and Marshall.
Scripture reading, 2 Kings, 6:
Scripture reading, Heb. 3:17-
Scripture reading, Acts 27:
Comments on lesson by Bro.
Scripture reading, 1 Sam. 22:
Scripture reading, 1 Peter 1:
A. Miller, Leader.
EIGHTH YEAR OR BARGAINS.
THE 1.0. EVERLY 00,
West Side, Goldthwaite.
Sole Agents for the
When Papa Was a Little &c*y.
'•When papa was a little boy
You really couldn’t find
In all the State of Washington
. A child ^0 quick to mind.
His mother never eailed but once,
And pa was always there;
lie never made the baby cry,
Or pulled his sister’s hair.
‘‘‘He never slid down banisters,
Or made the slightest noise;
And never in his life was known
To fight with other boys.
He always studied hard at school,
And got his lessons right;
And chopping wood and milking cows
Were papa’s chief delight.
“He always rose at six o’clock
And went to bed at eight,
And never lay abed till noon
And never sat up late.
He finished Latin, French and Greek,
When he was ten years old,
And: knew the Spanish alphabet
As- soon as he was told.
•‘He never grumbled when he had
To do the evening chores,
And ne’er in all his life forgot
To shut the stable doors,
He never, never thought of play
Until his work was done,
He labored hard from bi’eak of day
Until the set of sun.
“He neyer scraped his muddy shoes
Upon the parlor floor,
And never answered back his ma,
And never banged the door.
But truly, I could never see.”
. Said little Dick Malloy,
‘Glow he could never do these things,
And really be a boy.”
LCCAL AND PERSONAL^
____lintel oc vrucSJJULl'B.
T. F. Cryeris numbered among
the Eagle’s new subscribers this
Go to the Hart gallery for nice pie -
M. D. Mills of Williams Ranch
dame in Monday and renewed his
Jjtave your likeness taken at the
John Templeton, a railroad
man of Cleburne, was here the
first of the week.
If you are troubled with that tired
feeling Old Forester whisky will re-
R. T. Crawford, a jeweler of
Temple, was in the city a few
Physicians recommend Old Forester
Whisky for medicinal purposes. It is
sold by Conro.
T; Sv Hawkins was one of the
Star business mem in town the
first of the week'.
If you want the best flour on the
market see Ferguson & Pardue.
Every sack guaranteed.
J\ E. Isenhour renewed his
subscription for the Great Reli-
gious Weekly Saturday.
We-havo a bargain for somebody in
a* second-hand sulkey plow. First
sybme, first served? Jones Bros.
Eli; Fair man, the Mullin mill
man, was on the streets of Gold-
thwaite one day this week.
Echo Springs whiskey at Conro’s
Th H. Roberts and wife of the
bayou spent Sunday in this city
Visiting J. W. Slavin and family
Oyters in all style* at Wickham’s.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Burleson
returned from an extended
Visit to their daughter at Collins-
Freshest stock of groceries ifl town
Kirby & Cunningnam’s.
W. J • Mason from across the
bayomeame in Saturday and set
His subscription date forward an-
T; J, Tubbs was in from Mc-
Girk the first of the week and fa
vored the Eagle with a renewal
of his subscription.
Austin White Lime at Ji I.
Campbell & Co’s.
Editor Moore of the Mullin
Record was in the city Monday
soliciting business and favored
:he Eagle with a pleasant call.
Ferguson & Pardue sell the famous
Lambertson flour in any quantity—
-Other wholesale or retail.
Burk Windrow of Temple'was
A NEW POSTOFFICE.
The postoffice at Coy, in the
Bayou neighborhood, has been
re-established and W. J. Mason
will be postmaster^ This office
was abolished about two years
ago because its patronage was
so small that no one would act as
postmaster, but it was a great
convenience and Mr. Mason has
agreed to take charge of the bus-
iness to accommodate his neigh-
bors. He is expecting his com-
mission every day and when it
comes he will open the office.
As matters now stand the mail
leaves here on Tuesdays and
Fridays for Ratler, but as soon
as the Coy office is opened an
effort will be made to have the
mail days changed to Wednes-
days and Saturdays, in order
that the patrons of the office can
: get the Eagle on the day of pub-
H. Arthur Magruder, D. D. S.,
was the first to introduce Nitrous
Oxide, Laughing Gas, or “Vital-
ized Air” into the county and is
still using it daily. I guarantee
my work and stay here to make
it good should it fail. Remember
the place—over First National
H. Arthur Magruder, D. D. S.
This is to certify that I had Dr. H.
A. Magruder to extract two teeth for
me and felt no pain wha'tev6V: * ->----
___hi i '~i~V~ OTtQUITART,
I had Dr. H. A. Magruder to extract
eleven teeth at one sitting and ex-
perienced no pain or after effects.
[The name of the lady can be had
at my office over the Bank.}
I would walk twenty miles to get
Dr. H. A. Magruder to extract my
teeth, as I had two extracted by him
and the sensation was delicious.
W. M, Parker.
I had two teeth extracted by Dr.
H. A. Magruder, and felt no pain
Mrs. J. H. Rardolph.
For men, women and children. Our
entire stock is from the Hamilton-
Brown factories. Men’s and women’s
Shoes, $1, $1.25, $1.60,. $2, $2.50, $3,
$3.50, $4. Compare values, See show
windows for styles and prices. Hand-
some spring stock arriving. We make
the cut prices and give you genuine
Hamilton Brown Goods, No imita-
THE I. G. EVERLY GO.
Also sole agents Bhckskin Breeches.
White City Tailors. West Side Square.
Cotton Buyer John Thompson
made a trip down the road the
first of the week.
Go to Prater & Geeslin for caps.
R. B. Knowles this week re-
newed his subscription to the
Eagle for J. A. Scrivner, Dark,
Go to Hart’s Gallery for cheap pic-
P. T. Willis was in to see us
Monday and reported everything
flourishing in his part of the
The only Genuine Foot Powder,
guaranteed to cure sweating and of-
fensive feet, is sold at Logan’s drug
R. F. Williams was one of the
good men who came in Monday
and contributed to the Eagle’s
"When the hair begine to fall out or
turn gray, the scalp needs doctoring,
and we know of no bettes specific than
Hall’s Vegetable Sicillian Hair Re-
John Burleson this week or-
dered the Eagle sent to his sister,
Mrs. Nannie Sumpter, Collins-
For good meals go to Lammers’
Hotel, Daugherty old stand.
J. A. Scrivner of Scurry county
has been in this county for sev-
eral days visiting kinfolks. He
made the Eagle a pleasant call
when you come to town and stay
-all night stop at Mrs. Whittaker’s.^
* Mrs. Hellen Estep|will hereafter
receive the Eagle at San Saba by
ordei of her uncle, W. T. Tolson,
he having ordered her name en-
rolled on our list Saturday.
POSTED—My pasture is posted and
all persons are notified not to hunt,
haul wood or otherwise depredate
therein under penalty of law. No
exceptions. J. J. Mills.
R. Williams, who formerly lived
a short distance west of town,
writes that he has located at
Roscoe, Texas, and* wants the
Eagle sent to him there in future.
W. J. McCormick left Wednes-
day morning for a trip through
Prater & Geeslin sell cheap for Cash
The young folks enjoyed a
party at Mrs, Mattie Hart’s resi-
dence Monday night.
J. W. Roberts has purchased
the Lochaby place on Fourth
street and moved into it.
T. E. Teagle has moved into
the Urquhart residence, lately
vacated by Bud Grundy.
Subscribers will confer a
favor upon the Eagle by reading
the advertisements carefully.
Allen Weathers now occupied
the Yarborough residence lately
vacated by W. E. Gresham.
Prhter & Geeslin for dry goods.
G. H. Frizzell is having a grain
warehouse erected beside the
railroad track near the depot.
It is believed the total receipts
of cotton here wall foot up about
10,000 bales at the close of the
W. A. Harper has built a fence
around the lot which he recently
purchased from the Baptist
T. N, Berry of Sneed was
here the first of the week buying
goods and talking with his
News is scarce this week)
A PRETTY STORE.
Levy & Harper have opened a con-
foctionery in the bank building, on
Fisher street. Their stock of fruits,
candies and nuts is fresh and they
have a nice assortment of everything
in their line. This is a nice place for
ladies and children to visit and they
are assured that they will receive
polite attention. This is a pretty and
well arranged store and the proprie-
tors invite the public to call when
wanting anything in the way of fruits
NOTICE TO BAPTISTS.
Important business requires
the attention of the Executive
Board of the Mills County Bap-
tist Association. I therefore ask
every Board member to meet me
at Goldthwaite on the first Satur-
day in April next, at 11 o’clock
a. m. Brethren, come without
fail. W. L. Martin,
Secretary of Board.
Do Your Children Thrive?
It is the business of children to eat
and grow. If you have a child that
eats well but does not grow, if its ap-
petite is variable, you have cause to
uspect worms. There are apt to be
ether symptoms. Face is pale, eyes
are dull, sleep is broken, the child
picks at its nose and is restless and
fretful. Use White’s Cream Vermi-
fuge. Every worm will be destroyed
and the child will be able to grow and
develop as nature intended. Price
25 cents. Sold by J. B. Logan. 4
Are you fixed in
regard to blank
notes and mort-
gages and the
out of every
sell goods take
White’s Cream Vermifuge.
Is the one worm remedy that does
every possible good without the pos-
sibility of harm. It is a purely vege-
table preparation that cannot fail to
expel worms. If your child eats well
but fails to grow, if it is dark under
the eyes, if it is fretful or if it sleeps
poorly, the chances are that the
worms are sapping its vitality, re-
tarding its growth and endangering
its life. You can use Cream Vermi-
fuge with absolute certainty of re-
sults. Large bottles, small dose.
Price 25c. Sold by Dr. Logan. 2
I have bought out Widmayer &
Lausters shop and moved my busi-
ness to that stand. I will spare no
means in making this a first-class
blacksmith and wood shop? Thank-
We have all the
■er® th® first of the week
riends. His father was in the | public patronage in the future;
•T^tel business here at one time J Yours truly, E. Oden.
J. W. McAlexander was in
town the first of week and in-
formed us he would move to
Lometa in a few days to make
his home this year.
H. Arthur Magruder, D. D. S., has
fitted up four nice rooms over the
Bank and now has the neatest office
in the state.
Word comes from all quarters
that the neatest and most satis-
factory dye for coloring the
beard a brown or black is Buck-
ingham’s Dye for the whiskers.
“My daughter, when recovering
from an attack of fever, was a great
sufferer from pain in the back and
hips,” writes Louden Grover, of Sar-
dis, Ky. “After using quite a number
of remedies without any benefit she
tried one bottle of Chamberlain’s Pain
Balm, and it has given entire relief.”
Chamberlain’s Pain Balm is also a
certain cure for rheumatism. Sold at
Geeslin’s drug store.
C. L. Ramsey, brother-in-law
to B. K. Weaver, and Tom Arp,
Mr. Weaver’s nephew, arrived
Tuesday from McGregor for a
visit to the Weaver family in Big
After this date we>ull deliver flour,
bolted meal, bran and all kinds of feed
stuff to any part of the city at j/lowest
figures. Ferguson & Pardue.
Mrs. Barnes of Lampasas, who
visitedeher sister, Mrs. Whitaker,
in this city for several days, left
for her home Wednesday.
Henry Brinson came up from
Temple the first of the week to
spend a, few days with his parents
H. Arthur Magruder, D. D. S., don’t
put gold crowns on front teeth as an
advertisement. They only remind
one of a jeweler—not of dental art.
I have opened a private school
at my residence on Fisher street,
and respectfully ask the patron-
age of my friends.
S. S. Thompson.
H. Arthur Magruder, D.‘D. S., is the
only Graduate of a Dental College in
the county. See him when you need
any kind of dental work. Over tho
There was certainly a rush at
the tax collector’s office Monday,
that being the last day on which
taxes could be paid without ad-
Mr. N. N. Osburn well known at
Woodstock, Mich., was troubled with
a lame back. He was persuaded to
ure Chamberlain’s Pain Balm. It gave
him relief in one night. This remedy
is also (amouo fox- Its cures ot tSsuma-
tism. For sale at Geeslin’s drug store.
E. L. Eubank this week sent
in the cash to renew his sub-
scription to the Mills County
This is to certify that I have this
day tested the Tiger Single Disc Plow ,
sold by Hurlbut Hardware company
and pronounce it a success in every
particular. I am satisfied that all who
want a plow that will turn weeds,
corn stalks, vines and trash under,
and cover them up, could not do bet-
ter than buy a Tiger Single Disc Plow.
Very Respectfully, A. Long*
Commissioners court will meet
Monday in regular session. At
this meeting a county treasurer
will be elected.
Mothers with children troubled
with bad colds, croup or whooping
cough will do well to read what Dr.
R. E. Robey, of Onley, Mo., says on
the subject. He writes: “For years
we have used Chamberla'n’s Cough
Remedy and always keep it in the
house. It is regarded in our family
as a specific for all kinds of colds and
coughs.” 25 and 50 cent bottles for
sale at Geeslin’s drug store.
F. P. Young of Hanna Valley
came in Monday with a bunch
of steers which he sold to a cattle
buyer from Temple.
Persons who are troubled with in-
digestion will be interested in the ex-
perience of Wm. H. Penn, chief clerk
in the railway mail service at Des
Moines, Iowa, who writes: “It gives
me pleasure to testify to the merits of
Chamberlain’s Colie, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. For two years I
have suffered from indigestion, and
am subject to frequent severe attacks
of pain in the stomach and bowels.
One or two dose of this remedy never
fails to give perfect relief. Price 25
and 50 cents; sold at Geeslin’s drug
The progressive ladies^of Westfield,
Ind., issued a “Woman’s Edition” of
the Westfield News, bearing date of
April 3, 1896. The paper is filled with
matters of interest to women, and we
notice the following from a corres-
pondent, which the editors printed,
realizing that it treats upon a subject
of vival importance to their sex:
“The best remedy for croup, colds
bronchitis that I have been able to
find is Chamberlain’s Cough- Remedy.
For family use it has no equal. T
and I feel very tired tonight, yet
must send a missive of some kind
to be in ths reportorial fashion.
We feel that we are to get a
railroad and this great country
will be opened up to the glorious
commercial mercies of the busi-
If there is any power in Chris-
tianity now seems to be the time,
more than ever, for that power to j
be exerted in behalf of frailer;
humanity, as we see so many j
suicides, so much rascality and1
so much inhumanity, that there j
is a great demand on the better:
existence of frail humanity for
better conditions socially, finan-
cially, humanly and christianly.
When public opinion can scare a
jury into rendering a verdict, as
at Galveston, when so much mur-
der, rape, suicide, and rascality
with our governmental adminis-
trators and congressional leaders
are so lack in those manhood
elements that make Uncle Sam’s
family of nobles above the brute,
it is surely our leaders should call
a halt and reform at home first,
then abroad in the wide realms of
our Nation. There should be a
change in our national news
agencies who handle the news for
the press. The time is at hand
when King Alcohol must go, as
the churches and saloons can not
longer associate their callings
under the same metropolitan
magisterial legal canopy and this
last should be a mighty consider-
ation and immediate action on
the part of every denizen of
every town and city. The money
obtained by taxation for a town’s
benefit from saloons never, never,
never pays financially, sociallly
Politics have become so foul
no wonder the poor brain fooled
farmers failed to meet to resolute
and rusticate in any hope of bet-
terment, when our nation ip in
such hands as Hanna, McKinley,
Boss Reed, et al, while the U. S.
Treasurer is seeing how infirm
he can render our financial sys-
tem. I see only one hope and
that is to elect Bryan next time
for president, Culberson for sen-
ator and Honest Joe Sayers for
gevernor of Texas; then dispel
every saloon to the things that
were; resureat silver and slay all
gambling establishments as trusts
bucket-shops;-. boards of trades,
eto. ©tc., tncfn the goddess ot
liberty and fortune will smile the
“smole” of success for us—and
not till then.
Mr. T. J, Bonner of this sec-
tion has a “yalier dorg” that is
a goldbug in color and principle,
for he is the biggest liar of the
dog world. Last night he * ‘ treed ’'
up on the mountain side near th®
house and I and a young man
went out to kill the game and
when we got to him he had ‘ ‘treed”
a Houston Post that the wind had
blown out there and. lodged and
fluttered in liberty loving folds
and old “goldbug” couldn’t
stand such sights, hence his bark,
like the bark of all th© goldbugs,
we felt like killing him, but our
democratic souls thought we’d
give htm another chance to fool
We are having fine weather, a
little cloudy and warm like spring.
Grass is beginning to grow. We
had a little shower and snow that
melted as it fell and did but little
good, yet farmers are plowing
with heavy hearts for future suc-
cess, poor creatures, they don’t
know what to plant, as they have
no confidence in our financial and
We hope the Eagle success in
all things especially in collecting
and appearing in the promised
New Year, as it presents the
most formidable newspaper array
of any of the many I read weekly;
in fact it is a weekly and daily
combined. Continue to give us
the cream of the daily news and
you can long roost on the glitter-
ing perch of success.
A. T. Raveler.
has been for sixty years the popular medicine for colds, coughs, and all
diseases of the throat and lungs. It cures Asthma and Bronchitis, and so
soothes the irritated tissues that a refreshing sleep invariably follows its
use. No mother fears an attack of Croup or Whooping Cough for her
children, with Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral in the house. It is a specific for
that modern malady, La Grippe. It prevents Pneumonia, and has fre-
quently cured severe cases of lung trouble marked by all the symptoms
of Consumption. It is
The Standard Remedy
Colds, Coughs, and Lung Diseases.
** At the age of twenty, after a severe sickness, I was left with weak lungs, a terrible
cough, and nearly all the symptoms of consumption. My doctor had no hope of my
recovery; but having read the advertisements of Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral, I determined to
try that preparation. I did so, and since that time, I have used-to other cough medicine..
I am now seventy-two years old, and I know that at least fifty years have been added to
iny life by this iincomparable preparation.” A. W. SPERRY , Plainfield, N. J.
« I have used Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral for nearly fifty years ami found it to be an excellent
remedy for all bronchial and throat diseases.”
L. H. MATHEWS, Editor Nests-Dispatch, Oneonta, Ala.
« My first remembrance of Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral dates back thirty-six years, when my
mother used it for colds, coughs, croup, and sore throat. She nsed »o other medicine ii»
attacks of that sort among her children, and it never failed to bring prompt relief and cure.
I always keep this medicine in the house, and a few doses quickly check all colds, coughs,
or any inflammation of the throat and lungs. J. O'DONNELL, Seattle, Wash.
“ I have sold Ayer’s Medicines for forty five years. I know of no preparation that equals
Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral for the cute of bronchitis. It never fails to give prompt relief.”
J €. L. SHERWOOD, Druggist, Dowagiac, Mich.
“I have used Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral both in my family and practice, and consider it on®
of the best of its dass for la grippe, cold.s, coughs, bronchitis, and consumption in its early
' W. A. WRIGHT, M. D., Bamesville, Ga.
“ Some years ago Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral cured me of the asthma after the best medical
skill had failed to‘ give me relief.” F. S. HASSLER, Editor Ar&'tts, Table Rock, Neb.
Can toe had at Half Price.
Fall Size, $1.00; Half Size, 50 cts.
S. L. H. WILLIAMS,
L. E. PATTERSON
WILLIAMS & PATTERSON,
LAWYERS & LAND AGENTS,
| Jones Bros. £)ry Goods’ !
Attorney at Law,
Office in the Everlv Building,
Goldthwaite, - - texas.
D. H. TRIPLETT, L. DOUGHTY
TRIPLETT & DOUGHTY.
Attorneys at Law.
OFFICE UP-STAIRS OYER BANK.
Commercial collecting, land law
ind probate proceedings will receive
J. L. LEWIS,
| Go to Jones Bros, for f Go to Jones Bros, for I
Boots and Shoes. | Hats and Gaps, ^
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I Go to Jones Bros, for g Go to Jones Bros, for |
| Notions, | Clothing, |
I Go to Jones Bros, for | Go to Jones Bros, for g
| Boys’ Clothing. | Blankets and guilts |
| In fact Jones Bros. Store is the place for Bargains in f
f all kinds of Dry Goods. 4
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Will practice in all the State Courts.
Land and commercial law a specialty.
Owners of complete abstracts of Mills
County land titles.
Goldthwaite. : : : : Texas.
gladly recommend it. 25 and 50 cent
bottles for sale at Geesiin’s drug
W. B. Jackson is certainly an up-to-
date business man. When anything
good comes along be is sure to have
it. He has on exhibition at his store
the great Majestic Steel Ranges and
they are truly a wonderful cooking
aparatus. They do the cooking
quicker, heat more water in less time
any use less fuel than any range on
the market, and they are made to last
a life time. They cannot be broken
by fire ora heavy blow. Any one
who wants hot or cold water in the
house should have a Majestic Steel
Range. They will bake biscuit in
three minutes and light bread in thirty
minutes, and it only requires three
sticks of wood to cook a meal. You
ought to see them,
J. W. Goode, a bottle vender
at Waco was arrested Sunday on
a charge of rape, his alleged vic-
tim being Julie Boatright, now
an inmate of the rescue home at
Dallas, having been sent there a
week ago. The mother of the
girl is a widow and an invalid.
Goode is a bachelor, aged about
45 years, and has lived in Waco
since boyhood. He was admitted
to bail in the sum of $2500 on
waiver before Justice Davis
Saturday. The crime is alleged
to have been committed several
In compliance with law and upon the return
of P. E. Currie, County Commissioner of
PretinctNo. 1, Mills County, Texas, I hereby
give notice that there has been found running
large, and not estrayed, the owner of which
unknown, one sorrel horse, snip nose, three
tie neighborhood 01 _
MISS MYRA L. EVERLY,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Office up stairs in Everly Buildizu
Office hours. 10 a. m. to 1 n. m.
CLEMENTS & HARRISON
jgR. A. W. BARTON,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Will do a general practice in Mills
Special attention to Children’s dis
eases. Office: Geeslin’s drug store.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Office at Logan’s Drug Store.
T. H. FREY,
Will write your Deeds and ortgages, Aceident Insurance, Life
Insurance and Fire Insurance.
5 WG f
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Big Valley, Texas.
Office at Oglesby’s Drug Store.
Offers his professional services to the
people of the surrounding
J. H. LOGAN,
Physician & Surgeon.
Office at Logans Drug Store.
QR. E. M. WILSON,
HIGH GRADE DENTISTRY.
All kinds of Dental Operations per-
formed, including treatment of Scurvy
and all other diseases of the mouth.
Office at Barton’s drug store.
Are still selling at low prices and will continue to do. Ip
m/* Our stock is new and complete. Our Cooking Stoves jfl|
|§§ are going fast, and are giving perfect satisfaction because |Hf
jg| they are the best quality and cheap. |jf
We never had one to come baok on us, All goods III
carried in our store are 1st class. f§|
We are sole agents for the original Cole’s Hot Blast |||
Heating Stoves, and they are fine. Call at our store and fit
we will tell you all about its advantage over other stoves.
If BEWARE OF IMITATION.
Pt Call for Coles Hot Blast and no other. Pooket and table H
M cutlery, butcher knives, table and tea spoons are sold
|g cheaper than any other house can affort to sell them. |g
g n B —WE SELL CHEAPER THAN ANYBODY. |§f
WIDMAYER & LAUSTER.
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Thompson, R. M. The Goldthwaite Eagle. (Goldthwaite, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 23, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 5, 1898, newspaper, February 5, 1898; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1098116/m1/4/?q=Palestine: accessed September 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Jennie Trent Dew Library.