Texas Mining and Trade Journal, Volume 4, Number 30, Saturday, February 10, 1900 Page: 13
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TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL.
Cold in the Head
Is the preliminary stage of Ca-
tarrh. The books call it "Cor- j
yza." No matter what it is call- j
ed, it is the most distressing oí j
all the inflammatory diseases, j
It affects the Ears, Eyes, Nose !
and Th roat.
SOMETHING TO WHILE
AWAY YOUR LEISURE
Adlake Repeater, 3^x44 $5.50 |
Adlake Repeater, 4x5 $8.00 :
Magazine Cyclone, 3|x4| $6.00 :
Magazine Cyclone, 4x5 $8.00 ♦
lgÉ?~These Cameras have no superior. ♦
We also carry a complete line of Sup-
plies—PLATES, CARDS. DEVELOPING
OUTFITS, ETC. f
FIR AND TAR COUGH REMEDY
An Eight-Day, Half-Hour Strike In-
graham Clock $3.50
An Eight-Day, Half-Hour Strike An-
sonia Clock, with Alarm • ••$4.50
The New. York Watch, a good time-
keeper,' only $1.50
The Brooklyn Watch, a good move-
ment, Electroplated $4.00
Cures cold in the head in short
order. It is GUARANTEED
to do so. If it does not cure,
your money will be refunded.
Were it not a good remedy we
certainly could not afford to do
that. Price 25c
Our line of School Supplies defies competi-
tion. See our great Five Cent School Tablet.
A pound of Good Paper for School purposes
for 10 cents. Colored Crayons, fourteen col-
ors, for only 5 cents.
CREAM OF ROSES for Chapped
Hands, only j
YOURS FOR RELIEF,
T. P. M. h M. CO.
J. L. Reeves, Manager,
Easy to Weai.
N o pressure on
Hips or Back.
N o understraps.
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McAdams, Walter B. Texas Mining and Trade Journal, Volume 4, Number 30, Saturday, February 10, 1900, newspaper, February 10, 1900; Thurber, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth200541/m1/13/: accessed April 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Tarleton State University.