The Palo Pinto Star (Palo Pinto, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 21, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 29, 1887 Page: 4 of 4
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., Suits of ThCeo Materials tint! Suits of:
Ono Largo Tr'owsers---Prince;
; r Alberts Frocks and backs.
', Tho Oorreot Tlilnff to Wear.
'' Almost all men find it convenient to
haro a suit that will answer for several
v different occasions, as an Informal
Ejathoring of a social nature in the day
time, a Business visit or un informal
pall. It, is the general plan to fall back
1 Upon tb.6 Princo Albert for this purpose,
but the tailors, in trying to supply the
demand, havo a great opportunity for
offering individual styles that cannot
be regarded as other than correct. Tho
coat will always bo a double-breasted
. frock-, but the material may diffor wide-
ly, and there will bo room for personal
choico in tho makeup of sleeves cull's
and collars. Gray diagonals will bo
much worn this season, and next in
popularity will bo striped chevota. II
will be corroct to wear with this coat a
fancy vest unless it should bo a rainy
day, in which oaso tho good dresser
must have on hand a vest of tho same
material as his coat. Thero will bo a
difference in tho lapels of coats of this
class according to tho color and texture
of tho material. Black or dar worsteds
will havo wider lapels than thu gray or
striped goods. In placing designs for
a "half dress" suit Before his customers
a good tailor will not hesitato to show
what has been popularly known us tho'
morning suit, tho distinguishing char-
acteristic of which is tho cutaway c6at.
It is probablo th.it this neat, scnsiblo
, garment will nevor bo entirely out of
stylo. It is mado in three styles, ono
button, thrco button and four button.
Tho lattor is tho most popular, and tho
first is especially adapted to corpulent
gontlenien. It is ouo incli shortor than
either of the othcis.
Tho sack coatontinucsto bo tho best
thing for uusinoss wear. Tho single-
breastod coat, closing with four but-
tons, and having a stiaight front, is tho
most highly esteemed by activo busi-
ness men. The plaited blouse has been
banished on account of the way it has
been crowded on tho market by
Whon it comes to a consideration of
rests it- may bo said that tho
saruo general style peryades all
' suits. Tho tendency is emphatically
towards fancy designs and light colors
in this garment. In the full dres"s suit
the vest may be either a white embossed
r embroidered silk or satin. 'I he same
material as the oat mav be used of
sourse, and this stylo will be in yogno i
witn eiaeny men. l row sow are mane
of tho same material as tho coat except
where tho coat is of broadcloth when
(Joeskin will bo used for tho nether
garments. Tho legs aro cut noticeably
laiger than last season and are slightly
i prung over the foot Tho vesi for day
dross has a slightly curved cioaso with
cither a plain or a notched collar, and
closes' with five buttons Tho trowsors
aro larger than for ovening dress. It
is porfoctly correct in all these suits to
Jiavo three different pieces of material
in tho garments, excopt where specially
noted. Still tho suit mado up entirely
from ono pioco will bo popular. Tho
groatcst room for variety of choico lies
in tho -business suit where fanoy goods
will predominate. Checked and striped
cheviots will be worn, though it should
bo said that less checks will appear
than heretofore. Scotch tweed and
cassimeres will also generally ho worn.
The trowser readies Us crowning glory
for the season in tho business sult;where
it attains a measure of twenty inchos at
the knee. They wjll be but slightly
shaped oyer the foot.
32IB CJAPE OYEKCOAT.
Marksd hanscs are noticeable in tho
oape overcoat xlie sleeves are larger,
tho pocket re slashed diagonally and
the cape is aonsldoratjly longer. Many
me are finding this coat agreeable
who sever feeforo vforo it, and St bids
flf t equal oTem the atandard Chester-
field, or fly-front ovcrsaofe", la pdpujftrl-
ry. Intelligent dressora liko It heoauso
it suits tho average; figure bottefc than
othor coata, disguising dofcois in form
and Betting off a good form incompara-
bly. Somq men do pot feel any concern
because somo hardened sinner of a
coaohman may bo nblo, by getting his
distinguishing garment repaired and
dyed to appoar, on tho street and vio
with them in dressing a la niodo They
know that tho cad will invariably oxpose
himself in ono or moro particulars of
coinploto dross, showing hlmsolf Iho
cad cither by wearing a shocking bad
hat or rumpled trousers. The covert
coat is freely condemned by many good
dressers, but there is still a demand for
it from patrons who know what thov
are about in solcctlng garments, and ft
will thereforo bo seen to a considerable
extent as cold weather comes on,
, 1 . ... . i I
Grow Your Own Tansies.
Tho pansy Is ono of the very best plants
or the amateur, as It so readily varies,
nd any choice varieties that may bo raised
rom seed, may be perpetuated by cuttings
or division. To succeed with pnnsles re
quires a good strain of seeds to start with,
and great care in culture. As the weather
becomes the hotter, the llowers diminish
In size and In brilliancy of colors, there,
fore we can only have flne flowers in
sprlug and autumn. To have the earliest
(lowers, the seeds should be sown In Sep-
tember or October, and the seedlings
pricked out in a cold frame, where they
may bo sheltered by a covering of leaves
from the bcvcro cold of winter. In set-
tled weather transplant to rich, moist soil,
in a partially shaded place to bloom. For
autumn Ilowers, sow the seed In the
spring, and shads the young plants In
frames during summer, and trausplan
when the vveathor becomes coolor, where
they are to bloom In fall. Choico varieties
may ba raised from cuttings, mado from
ho solid sldo shoots, placed in small pots
of sandy soil; these may bo mado in
spring, with the pots plunged In n cold
frnrno, or tho cuttings may be planted in
the soli of tho frame, and kept moderately
moist. A fino pansy is so superior to the
common one, and comes so near being a
porfect flower, that 'It Is worth bestowing
any amount of care and labor to secure It.
Talmago on Journalists.
If any people In all the world ought to
havo attractive entombment, thoy are the
journalists. Tho moro fatiguing the pil-
grimage tlio mere needful that the pilgrim
have a pleasant vvavslde Inn for the night.
To ninety-nine out of a hundred newspa-
per men life is n drudge, a grind, an ex-
haustion and an lnlustlce. And vet. when
the community can get their newspapers
ono cent cheaper which means hardei
times for those who make tho newspaper-
there Is a paroxysm of frantic delight, and
the Joy of that one cent saved Is like that
of Columbus at the discovery of America.
Itls only fair and right that I should
thank the press for what It has done foi
the pulpit. It has filled our sacied audito-
riums with men and women who know
how to think. It has awakened us to
more vivacity by'the fact that it has made
our congregation Impatient of humdrum,
It has taken Gospel messages that would
otherwise have stopped at the four wall'
of a meeting house or a cathedral and
rolled them across Christendom In a day.
A Strange Pot.
A strange leiuest and a strange house-
hold pet, sajs the Ameilean Grocer, was
that which my friend's father received
from his grandmother. It was a land
turtlo that she had eared for and petted
for forty years. It had the range of the
house, ansvvertd to its name, Dan, would
come after Its food and eat out of hand.
When leady to take his long winter sleep
Van would peck, at the bureau, when his
mistress would wrap film In ilauuels and
tuck him away In a drawer, where ho re-
mained dormant until spring. 'Dan lived
five years with the legatee, and when he
died an alligator took his place. Tho lat-
ter thrives and Is as tenderly caredtfor a'
pet canary or Scotch terrier would be.
A Thieving Dotr.
An Ogdcnsburg newspaper says that
some of the citizens of tho fourth ward ot
that town, have for somo tfcne been annoy-
ed by their cows coming homo at night
without their usual amount of milk. They
watched their cows In the hope of dlscov-.
erlng the offender, and they were suc-
cessful, for they saw a strange dog ap-
proach one ot the cows and rub up against
her legs. Tho cow put her foot back,
when tho dog set uppn his haunches and
sucked her dry. Ho was as fat as a sea)
from the milk he bad been taking.
She Was No Aristocrat.
HousewifeBridget, what in tbe'world
have you been doing with ray tooth brushV
Bridget Why, marm, I saw you scrub-
bin' your teeth wld it, and I, thought If
would be Just the thing to scour .
Housewifo Do you mean to say jou
havo been using my tooth brush on yout
Bridget On, mo tcoth, Is it? No mar.-n.
I scojred tho silver wld It. T never
scoured me teeth In me life, I'm no
aristocrat, marm. Omaha Herald.
Lazy and Shfftlcss.
Two Thompson street ladios became
Involved In a wordy dlfllculty.
"lo Is lazy ah" slilt'lls, yo' brack
trash, yo'," said one,.
'Mcbby 1 Is lazy an! shlf 'lis, mobby 1
Is, but I ain't azy an' shlfMIs 'nough to
patch de ole roan's. trousers wlf fly papei
as yo does,' said the other. Now Yoik
Mrs. Xangtry Is .negotiating for a lease
of the BIJou opera house, New york, with
tho view of converting It Into a first-class
cohledy theatre. Does the Lily begin to
think her own stage days are numbered?
John Woods, a Saginaw Olfy Jjarber,
who has not seen his mother nor known
her whereabouts since sold dwhy from her
inrglniaae years ago, has'Just learned
that she In W Ya.,and has gone to look
her un. f
WHAT WOMEN AWE .JDOING.
irroro; ueraprests- ror.noveMDer), jj
same, viniteiUi ana, w me, Kotp
schinhavo made successes In Russia
vyjtii hoyols. a "
Ttio Empress ot Austrlajia said to1o
tho fiuost'lady rider in Europo. ,
Amelia H. Lindsay, jot , Pittsburg,
Pennt,,has takon out a patent for a
Mile, Tnlbotlor, a yonng French
woman, has successfully passed tho ex-
aminations' for obtaining a diploma for
Princpas Beatrice has given herself
to tho now fashionable study of photog-
raphy, and Is turning out creditable
Iglnla Massarlni, a young lady, has
obtained a degree in mathematics at
tho Royal University o: Naples,
Mrs. Mary Clement Leayitt writes
that all: tho American .missions! in
Burmah have incorporated total ab-
stlnce in tholr work.
Women aro henceforth to .be admit-
ted to tho competitions ot drawing and
modeling in the Paris School of Deco-
Mr. V. if, McAltstcr, Manager ?clflc Coast
Aeency Star Tobacco, 200 Front Street, San
Francisco, Cat , writes: "I used ono bottle ol
fct Jacobs OH for rheumatism In muscles ot
arm and shoulder. It cave Immediate and
permanent relief. A member of my family
was cured in the ramo way,"
'William Dunning Sullivan, sporting editor
of the Boston Globe, was married recently.
A clenrvmsu, after Clears of suffering from
that loathsome dlicase, (atarrh, and vainly
trying every known remedy, at last found a
prescription which completely cured and saved
bim from death. Any sufferer from this
dreadful dlseaeu sending a self-addressed
stamped envelope to Prof. J. A. Lawrence,
202 East 0th St.. New York, will receive tho
recipe free of choree.
The Tariflc Mall Steamship Company has
passed Into the bands of Jav Gould and Rus
Itemember that Morloy's T-X-8 Ague Toal
costs only 50 cents a bottle and Is guaranteed
to cure, '
W. K. Vanderbllt's family is established at
the Hotel Bristol, Paris, for a few weeks.
Life seems haraly worth tlio living to-day
to many a tired, unbappy discouraged wo-
man who is suffering from chronic female
weakness for whlcb she has been able to find
no relief. But there is a certain cure lor all
the painful complaints to whlcb the weaker
sexia liable. VerefertoDr. Pierce'a"Favorite
Prescription" to the virtues of which thous-
ands of women can testify. Ana tonic and
nerylne It is unsurpassed. All druggists.
The dry goods merchants are baring a boom
far In excess of t 'r highest expectations.
oak and w
x'oned by poison
It should .
or Miasma. Is ttk , -
such as chills
Aujiu ', Beptembi -obei
are the months In i J it is n.
In thin "" "tore if you aii'
" "nts for '
If you have , J.
low corui lexlon, e,
eruptions on the s, ;lgh
circulation or a hacKli jitig
into your grave if touq. jcure
yourself. If jou are wls. ,his by
tho use of Dr. Plprco's "Golai. .cal Dis
covery," compounded of tho mtiby efficacious
ingredients known to medical science for dy-
ing health and strength to the system through
the medium of the liver and the blood.
Maine is advancing in manufacturing on
account of her cheap water power.
Yesterday and To-morrow.
You should go to-day and buy a bottle of
Taylor's Cherokee Remedy ot Sweet Gum and
Mullein, for your child may have croup to-
night To-morrow will be too late.
Kansas farmers aie paid by tho state two
cents per pound for all sugar made-
While living in Eastern lexas, my wife
suffered with chills for eighteen months, and
after trying several doctors and a host of so-
called "chlUVcures" without effect, I moved
my family to this couotv, where mv wife con-
tinued to suffer with third-day chills tot nine
months more. Her health was such that lite
wan burdensome" to her. Much aealut my
faith I was induced to try a fifty cent bottle
of Moriey'a T-x.-a Ague Tonic, and l am
U. JIIV..DJ P A-4V-W MgU .AVU.IJ, JHUU A HUI
happy to say that from the first day's use of
It uer lmproTemrni ocean, anu alter using
two bottles tier health is fully restored, for
she has not bad a chill for eleven months and
is in better health, than she had been for years
before. I refer jou to any of jny neighbors
In this and Lamar county.
Very thankfully yours,
Palo Vikto, Tec L. P. V088.
'Providence woolen and worsted mills will
soon be obliged to run double time.
Tnoss who sre trying to break up the bane-
ful, habit of Intemperance will experience
great benefit from the use of Prickly Aeb
Bitters. Liquor deranges the system, Prick-
ly Asu,Bltters will remedy the evil results and
restore- the brain, stomach and lirerto liealtby
actloii, thereby strengthening the will power
thoroughly cltanslng and toning up the sys-
tem and remove every taint of disease. It Is
purely a medicine, and while pleasant to the
taste, lt-cannot ba used as a borerago by reas-
on of its cathartic properties.
Two Or more plate-glass works are contem
plate in western x'ennsyiTanu.
Sick and bilious headache, and all ileranuc-
ments of stomach and' bowels, cured by Dr.
Pierce's "Pellets" or anti-bUlous grauults,.
u wtfjt m jHt ,w went! uya y iuwi
waste of virtues. By druggists. '
The late ex-Vlco President Wheat's will
iifp be contested by relatives, '
Wholly unllko artificial )rjitem
Any book leVncl'ln one retelling,
liWbiMMTALPitiiccirLM of th liokefctUti yf lem.
I, Whollr unlike Mnemonic in Conception, Pn
oeM.DorelopmentaadResnltfl, ' ,t
II The Nataral Memory Iteatored it right uia
and m&de powerful, precisely as the Microscope
andTelescono constitute a Solehtlflc extension ot
the Natural KyesLght, bo lathe Sclent Ideally trained
Memory on extension ot the Natural Memory
,111. Thepowero Continuous Attention growing
apace with the. Memory. , jr
XV. Memory and Attention being strengthened to
the highest degree by tho Are .canons, tho Bystem
U no longor used, except In rare coses at first, and
afterward i in none at all. ,
iror. lxusette gave mo a new memory f Hon
Judah i lie n J ami n " 'It has greatly strengthened
my natural memory " lion. w. W- Asi
istor, latoU. a.
Minister to Italy "Prof. Lotootte's Bystetn an
LiOlSQtLfl'B RTSLPhl An.
pears tome to warrant tho strongest indorsement
"xnerounot one institution ot learning In the
1 and that would hewlthoutltsald If Its worth woro
:nown" Kev. A J. Mclnerney, Hector of St. Mary s
Chnreh. Anniinolla "I hnVA fnrmrri nnAAlaititv
correspondence! and have decided that herearter
I shall try to Induce all my students to master this
system before they engsgeln their llngufstlcstudles
under bit direction1
Iter. Proncis-ii Denlo, Pro
f essor or ITebrew In the Danger Theological Senv
zrrrr -..7 -rr , rr v '.- .-.--- n.T ."""
Prof. Tolsett.Afl inRtfm(ri(rrnf. ItnnTVi
not amy to ino siiinens ox flnpnnana,4)uc to tno
Teteran reporter " W. W. "Wilson, Stenographer
Since learning our System, I And I can soon
learn to play anyploce of music without notes, a
feat Impossible to mo formerly "Eliza Cawthorno
No man hast, memory Bo poor thai this meth-
od will not
Krcaiiy am it j nor nos any one a mem-t
id as not to stand In need of the help
orr so coot
which It can furnish "Prof. Wm. It. llarpc:
Vale " Uy his System X havo already learned
boolcln one readlnir.andl Intend to loam n
moro In the same way" Sir Edward II. Meredyth,
Bart." 1 confidently recommond your sj stem to
oil who aesiretostrengthentneirmomory and euro
their mind wandering1' Bernard 1.111s, sa- " It
Is a perfect memory system" -Weekly Budget
" I do not say that I made myself n walking Hume
or Maoaulay. but I do say that what Z had learned, I
know perfectly, thanks to your system. The result
was full marks (150)" Reginald E. Murray, Esq
"I have Just come off top Inn Bursary examination,
and I owe my success In great measure to the gene
rol Improvement which yoar system had effected
lit my retnntlvencss and acumon" Thomas Talt,
Esq " I havo no hesitation In thoroughly recom-
mending the system to All who are In earnest In
wishing to train their memories effectively, and
are therefore willing to take reasonable pains to
obtain so useful a result"--Mr. Blchard A. Proctor,
the Astronomer" Prof. Lolsetto did not crento
si memory for mot no, nothing ot the kind. And
yet ho did for mo what amounted to tho some thing,
for he proved to me that I already had a memory, a
thing which I was notaware of tlil then. Ihad before
been able, like most people, to store up- nnd lose
thlncfl In the dark cellar of mrmemorv.btitheshnw.
ed mo how to light up the cellar. It Is the difference
ujL'uanKDvuo iiKuro oetweeniiaviog money wnere
you can't collect it. aiidhavlmrltlnvour nnoirot.
The Information cost mo but little yet I value 1 1 at a
prodigious flgure S. I Clemens (Mark Twain)
" Thero is this all important difforenco between
oiner systems and mat or iror. Loiaette, that while
tho iormer aro arbitrary and artificial the l&tter Is
entirely based upon physiological and ppycho-
lorlcalTirlneinles 'Tho Pnnnloa BtAnrt-" r hita
saved twenty hours out of twenty four In learning.
WDtnuniiiiuug .ran u h(ixv.
Glass of 100 Columbia Law students J two classes
ot M each at Yaln 1 400 at Wellesloy College and 409
at Unlrerslty of PennRjlTOnlai SOOat Merlden i 200
at Norwich) 350 at Obtrlln College, and throo large
classes at Chautauqua.
Prospectuses sent POST FREE, with opinions in
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Lflicdpnd 5r Arbsra will
do Wjqs ilo(b0n.'
THE CHAfftPER COMP!
DO yoafeel dull, languid, lownlrltea, Ufo-
lees, nnd indwicrlbably mlsornble, both phyBl-
oully nnd mentally: oxporienca a fienso of
fullnesa or bloathiff iirtar eating, or or "trone-
nogs," or oinptlnosd oC stonmcU in tho morn.
Insr, tongue coated, bitter or bad tasto In
mouthrlrTeBulnrn.ppctlto, dlralness, froqucnt
headaches, blurred oyesl(tht',"lloatlntf specks"
before tho ejes. nervous, prostration or .ex-
haustion, IrrltnlitHtj- of temper, hot flushes,
nltittiatliyr with Uillly sensations, sharp,
bltlng.'translent pains, licra and thero, cold
loot, drowsiness utter meals, wakefulness, ot
disturbed and unrofrcsblng sleep, constant,
lndcscribablo fcolioff of dread, or ot- Impend-
1ntr calamity? - .
If ou havo all, or Any considerable number
Bf tneso Bymptoms, you aro BuHorlnif from
that most common of American maladies-
Bilious Dyspepsia, osj'.Torpld Liver, associated
with Dyspepsia, or Indigestion. Tho mora
oomnllcatcd vour dlseaso has beoomo. the
greater thq humbor and diversity of symp-
toms No matter wlmt stage It has reached,
Br. Pierce's Holilcu Itlcillcal lllscovory
will silbduo It, It taken accdrdlng to dlrce-
tlons for a Veasotmblo length of time. If not
cured, complications multiply and OoiiEUmp-
tlon of tho Lungs, Skin Diseases, Heart Disease,
Kheumattsm, Kidney Dlseoso, or other grara
maladies aro qulto lfablo to set in and, aooner
I, JYlUHUr .UUJUUOU, UC
laulto lhllilo to set ir
or later, induco r'fatal termimition.
Dr. I'lorco'8 noldeu IUcdlrnl Did.
co very acta powerfully upon tho Liver, nnd
through that great blood -purifying organ,
cleanses tho system of all blood-taints and im-
purities, from whatever cnuso arising. It la
equally cincncloua In noting upon tho Kid-
neys, and other excretory organs, cleansing,
strengt lionlng, n.id healing tSclr dlicases. -As
Rn appetizing, restorative tonic, it promotes
digestion and nutrition, thereby building Up
both llesli nnd strength. In malarial districts,
this -wonderful jnedlcino bos gained great
celebrity in curing Fo er nnd Aguo, Ubllls and
Fever, Dumb Ague, and kindred diseases.
Dr. I'lorco's uoldoii Jtlodloal Dls.
CUBES MX HUMOUS,
from a common Ulptcb, or Eruption, to tfi
worst Scrofula. Balt-rhcum, " l'c eroros,"
Scaly or Itough Skin, In short, nil dtsenses
caused by bad olood are conquered by this
powerful, pnrlfj Ing, and Invigorating medi-
cine. Great Eating yieera rapidly heal under
iui ueuigu uiuueueu. ipci'ituiy uua ic mnni-
Tested its notencv i
r in i
curing Tetter, Ewema,
iil J'OlfJl.-llIB, UUI1U, JlH UUUV1V3, Wli; UVTS OU1UI'
ulous Sores nnd Swellings, Hip-joint Disease,
Erysipelas, Bolls, Qirbuncles, Sore Eyes, Serof-
Whlto Bwelilngg." Goitre, or lhlck Neck.
and Enliigcd (Hands. Send ten cents In
stamps for n largo Trcatlso, -with colored
Plntcs, on Skin Dlsrases, or tho same umount
for ri'Treatlso on Scrofulous Affections.
"FOR THE BLOOD 85 THE LIFE."
Thoroughly rlennin ft by using IJr. Pierce's
Golden jTIcdlcal Ilifccovory, nnd good
digestion, a fair skin, buoyant spirits, vital
Strength nnd bodily health will bo established.
whfch is Scrofula of tlio I.uhrh, Id arrested
nnd cured by this remedy, if taken in thu
earlier stages "of tho di&enso. Trom Its mnr-
vclous power ot or this terribly fatal dtsiase,
when Urst offering this now world-famed rem-
edy to tho publlo, Dr. I'ierco thought seriously
of colling It his "Consumption Cuhe," but
abandoned that namo as too restrictive for
a medlclno which, from Its wonderful com-
llnn trtn rf tAntA nti cliwiniithrinlrtiv nll-nMntf r.
Uiiiummii. ui lAiu -", Qiikiiuiuyiiiui mi.t;iavttu.
or blood-cieaiisliiff, anti-bilious, pectoral, and
nutrlUvo proportlos. Is uncqualcd. not onlv
&h a romeav for ConsumDtlon. but for all
Clironlc liscasOB of tho
Liver, Blood, and Lungs.
For Weak" Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Short-
ness of Breath, Chronic; Nasal Catarrh, Bron-
chitis, ABthma, Severo Coughs, and kindred
affect!ou3, it is an clHeientrtmedy.
Sold bv Druggists, at $1.00, or Sir Bottles
t37 Sendtencentsln stamps for Dr. Pierco'i
book on Consumption. Address,
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
COS Mnln St., BUFr. T.O. N. Y.
Tho GREAT LIVER
Tor Uio oure ot all disorders of theStomacb, Liver' '
Bowels, liidneys, Illaader, nervous Bloases,IJ3s
ot Appetite, Ilcadathe, Coitlveness. Iiulimsttou,
BUIoujuess, TuTer, luflammatlonof tholloels,
Piles, and all (IcraugeiuenUottnelnteraalYtscBrA,
Purely vegetable, con.talnlDghouorour,iBlneial!
or deleterious drugs.
Price, W.'i raits per 1oi. SoldbyWldrujjlsts,
DH. UADWAY'S FllVbS ore a cure for
thl. complaint. They restore streugUi to the
stomach and. enable'H to preform Its funrttona.
The symptoms of Dyspepsia disappear, and with
them tlieltablMty of tbosystem to contraotdlspascs.
Take: tho incclldnu according to airccllnns, aud
observe what wo say lu t' False and Truq !! respect-
lug diet. ,
3-Send a letter stamp to nit. It ADVA V it
CO. No, 3-J Wrrai Stntt, New Vorli,
f or ' Palso and True.'
. Uo sure to get ItADWAY'S.
BuUJs un the uroien-down constitution, purines
the blood, Tustortng health and vhtor. Sold 'oj
arugglsts, dl bottle.
For tho relief, and enre of all pains', Congestions
and Inflammations. SO ctB. u bottle.
si. iisw 4 eg,, S3 AiisaT snan1, hct toii.
lhso's Kemedy for Catarrh Is Iho
Boat, JCasicet to Use, and ChcapesU
Sold by (Irngglsts or sent by mall.
JSOo. K. T JIuzoltlne, Wnrron, i'a.
Agents for Hill's Manuel
ud other standard book!
LpqUoi Bible Co. Dallis"
fSfll ni worth tMO nor lb. Tctlt's Eye sal vail
U U LU worth tliCOO, but is sold at 29 ceta n boi
AMQNTII. AotnltWaMni. SO bMt sell-
(lift nrticlos In Iho world, I eampleFi-M,
'Address JA Y MONaoifJXtrrtUHUh.
taaoK' awn!"!., worra t ee irKEjt uu,
uiidisr IB hiJrtfs te.t. Writ. ftroW9tpw
ty Rol Moider So., Ilollr, Mlcru
V ,T. V., J)ulla.
TbtriSrtEQAWDBLlCttKKJi wrrantd wtfitTroflf, d4 vtll ? JOB &vj fa
tU kudeut 1101171. Tb aaw rOUUrtj RUCKf-B U a Vfrto r'rilna Wl. dl
Ckttloccti frtfl. JL. J. Towtr, Cottua, Mni I
J. "A h WiiV'jlamffl&stjU'
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Son, J. C. The Palo Pinto Star (Palo Pinto, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 21, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 29, 1887, newspaper, October 29, 1887; Palo Pinto, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth48740/m1/4/: accessed August 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.