Texas Mining and Trade Journal, Volume 4, Number 30, Saturday, February 10, 1900 Page: 7
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TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL.
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STANDARD WHITE MINERS' OIL.
WATERS-PIERCE 0IL G0.
Smokes Less and Burns Longer than
any Other Miners' OH on the Market
Roller Process Flour,
Colorado Hilling and Elevator Co.,
M^"So!d by the Grocery Department, A I I rnn wt*
t. p. m. & m. co - ....CALL ruiy 11
♦ Our Telephones and Switch*
* boards are Standard.
i Complete Line of Everything Going
| to make up a Modern Exchange.
We have the Best Instruments on the Market for Interior
Exchanges or Telephone Systems for Factory, Office Mine
Etc. Close Prices for Good Goods."
ELECTRIC APPLIANCE COMPANY, Chicago.
America's Largest Electrical Supply House.
try our celebrated
Salina Mill and Elevator Co.
MILLERS AND GRAIN DEALERS,
Strictly High-Grade Goods.
callf°r it. SALINA, KANSAS.
Handled by T. P. M. & M. Co., Thurber.
Cervelet, Salina, Aries, C„I|ca
Farmer and Holsteiner ^dLt^d^C..
■ MANUFACTURED BY-
German-American Provision Co.,
Handled by 1. p. m. & m. Co.,
Are the BEST Goods Made
Steps have been dug in the hillside leading to the Union
church, both from the railroad and the front, which makes as-
cent and descent much easier—a long and much-needed im-
Wasn't it dark, gloomy and dreary last Wednesday, though ?
The slow rainfall was a wheat maker, putting the ground in
splendid season for crops to follow. "Nevermind the weather
so the wind don't blow."
Wanted—Honest man or woman to travel for large house-
salary #65 monthly and expenses, with increase; position per-
manent; inclose self-addressed stamped envelope. MANAGER
330 Caxton Building, Chicago.
Great opportunity offered to good, reliable men. Salary of
#15 per week and expenses for man with rig to introduee our
Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroyer in the country. Send
stamp. American Manufacturing Co.,-Terre Haute, Indiana.
Leffler is here. A commodious studio has been erected and
he is prepared to execute that same class of high-grade \vork
for which he is so widely known. Patrons holding coupons are
requested to bring them in, as the time of his stay is limited.
Agents on salary of $15 per week and expenses; the greatest
seller ever produced; every stock and poultry raiser buys it on
sight. Hustlers wanted. Reference. Address, with stamp
American Manufacturing Company, Terre Haute, Indiana. '
A splendid line of Silver Novelties—Tooth and Nail Brushes,
Hair Curlers, Paper Cutters, Letter Openers, Oval Blotting Pads
Nail Files, Scissors, Match Boxes, Vinaigrettes, Souvenir Bon-
Bon, Cherry, Cream, Olive and Lemonade Spoons—at the Phar-
Mr. A. B. Marston of St. Louis came to Thurber last week
and is now local auditor for the Mercantile departments, suc-
ceeding Mr. Owen Keller, who is now petty cashier at the Hard-
ware department. Mr. Keller succeeds Mr. A. J. Terrell re-
Leffler's Studio is quite a popular place for those wanting
good photographs. Weather conditions "cuts no ice" with neg-
ative making—it only requires clear weather for printing. So
many get this feature confused, and all rush for negatives on
This is the day the Italians celebrate the second anniversary
of their society, Pietro Micca Grove No. 18, U. A. O. D. Proces-
sion from old Town Hall at 10 A. M., headed by Italian Band-
dinner from 1 to 3 P. M. at Hotel Knox; grand ball at Opera
The funeral service of Mr. Ledbetter Friday afternoon of last
week was attended by a large number of friends and acquain-
I tances of the family. Rev. Mr. Wood conducted a brief and im-
pressive funeral service at the grave. His family and loved ones
have the deepest sympathy of all.
Read our clubbing offer with the Atlanta (Ga.) Twice-a-Week
Journal—three papers a week for one year, and only costs you '
$1.50. Call at this office and see sample copies of the
Twice-a-Week Journal, and leave your name. This offer ap-
plies to new subscribers, or to subscribers renewing.
A Single firm of Patent Lawyers, C. A. Snow & Co., Washing-
ton, D. C., has in the last year procured 1630 patents for its .
clients, many of them for rejected inventions. C. A. Snow &
Co., have been accused of railroading patents through the Patent
Office, but they insist that this locomotion is better than ox-cart-
ing them, for by the latter process the inventor often dies before
he gets his patent.
Rev. W. J. Hicks, Missionary Baptist for Erath county filled
his regular monthly appointment here at Union church last Sat-
urday and Sunday to interested congregations. He will preach
again the first Sunday in March, and the Saturday night before.
When he comes to fill his April appointment he hopes to pro-
tract a revival service, and will perhaps be assisted by Reverend
Mr. Fletcher, pastor of the Baptist church at Stephenville.
Invitations have been recieved by a large number of Thurber
people which read: "Y°u are invited to attend a grand CaliS
Bail to be given at Crow's Opera House, Stephenville Texas
onThursday night, February 22, 1900. Committee on invitation
W. A. Richardson, Pat Wilson, A. Parnell Ed Barnpll On
floor Day Cage, Will Bennett, George Schnabel, Frank Neblett
Chaperones—Mac Creswell and lady, C. I. Love and ladv Pat
Wilson and lady, Baxter Ator and lady " 7'
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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/m1/7/: accessed August 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Tarleton State University.