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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 August 1910

•**. Ma cuo 5S&S «v< V-;. ■ iVoiA'me X Z**! s '. ^ *~"-> V f ^ 7* /% t • .; /.'^ tinlif.rrV lonuaiv^s, Itxil ,nl Hu-. Alio, re.xni>osiof'Kv. aiS«\vnlOii.ssndll^1ullcrAr|or(:onyres> ridi(h3.l87(i JALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1910 Numbi-k 35 A LARGE NUMBER OF PEOPLE Bring their deeds, notes, insurance policies, and other valuable papers to us to k.ep for them, We still have lots of room in our FIRE PROOF VAULT and will be glad tovcare for such papers as you would like to have protected. We also have some private lock boxes—you keep the key. THE ✓ ALTO « STATE ✓ BANK TO THE VOTERS. j&, The official count of the vote cast iu the first primary shows that I am slightly in the lead or for some one of the other four candidates in the first race, I want you to know tlirj I will appreciate your support in the race for county clerk. I'11 ^1C f'nfll contest on Angvst ' I am certainly grateful for the!lne I have served for , splendid vole which I'received sorne time past...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 August 1910

*iin: Ai.ro Mim'i EVENTS BOILED DOWN I. I. All I N, Proprietor TK.VV Nice and cool to light '' DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN- , INGS SERVED UP IN AT- TRACTIVE STYLE. Weather Jokes are bound tn be dry Do you think thn weather man !• ;;; good got away playlug to the galleries Mennw hilt always some remember hotter plai that there li Everything Important That Could Be Confined to a Small Space la Here Found. Do not argue spreading house with the contagion fly. Swni hltn! "Doing nothing" has been defined tc b> a looker on at h game of checkers Drownings are Increasing In direct proportion to the carelessness (if hu- manity. Il dues not necessarily help any to Ret cold feet during this sort of w father. Mis I.illli fell from a i well. Kills • teasel, from physician co Mm i" Mogollan. held You will enjoy ter If you help able to get one your ow n outing het other<« who are less was short $11110 kits tains ('lei York the w uitnut Cerrovf, aged I'd years, • p at her home at Hard- I junty...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 August 1910

a® \V FROM THE STATE CAPITAL WHAT THE LEGISLATORS AND SENATORS ARE DOING FOR THEIR STATE AT AUSTIN. Wi & Atmtin: It seems probable the Sen- ate will reject the concurrent resolu- tion from the House which calls for an in vest gallon of charges of cor- ruption In the Legislature, and in lieu thereof adopt a simple resolu- tion designed to procure more defin- ite information before proceeding further. The opinion of a majority of the Senate Commmlttee on Privileges and Kleetlons, to whom the concurrent resolution was referred, Is that Hon. M. M. Crane of Dallas and Hon. Cone Johnson of Tyler should be summon- ed here to tell the committee what they knew. The idea Is It should be Judged In advance wheher or not the allegations have sufficient basis In fact to Justify the expense of an Investigation. The committeemen freely express- ed their views at a meeting. Some of them were Inclined to be sarcastic over the scope of the Inquiry contem- pltfted in tho Canales-Caves docu- ment. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 August 1910

* mmM I 1 I ' I Tin: \i/ro iimh \u> K. !•:. AM JON. Proprietor. ' .. MC'i RATE' ' ■ A-il si . ipti"'.! I •' advance. No name wil ( ii the books nnlil juiiti l i t Ikh-I' i.n I lie i;i!i i.".i. i;an;ing your dut y .iiH-iit mulct'which . :; i" protected. : 7L T. 1 Hi.:. Alt' living six > Ikis an 4 >s Keep Your Eye Here tide III-1 lit IT ■ hi corn and cut- V , •*> is .hi lijvtouatc unncv Mid very successful. il ., Our 1*Ioni is always best, jf T1. ■!I'jition <>( I lie Her , , , M ICvcry sack guaranteed. Duutj'j aid le.. • ■ ' Bed 10 li'e ^.j tQ try ;l s;1(.]< ai,J you M jinn ; • «:i that attaches to will use no other. • ik(;r .. ucr.dance on] Salmon &Suminer. ^ the ]•:. i '-ion tu lw held ^[rs_ Mallic Banks and (jn th i in t. It i i> ' d iU 'hUT, Miss Ethel, will Lej*J >nlv due tlr • i •:i'i1 :at:• • • ,|u. ^,llc ;s „f relatives and 'pL r V org date rei r Ml, : it til. .11. that a f gllC* l:"11 11 i. nds at Grape and ;11 ! en .iiui' i >nr weeks. lor •1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 August 1910

N '4 A. C. U#DDIC J0 w "tn ^ DRUG COMPANY ,* Oldest Established Drugstore in East Texas. s «r; 3^ 3 c £ 5 3l '2 We will appreciate a part of your ; business, we do not expect to get t :S all of it. Something Cold all the %. : to ^ ^2 time. Our, Drinks and Cream are I 5 as pure as can be made. Prescrip- 5; Ok tion work is our soecialtv s£ £ tion work is our specialty. I R. G. Turner. M. d. Office at Guinu's Drug Store Calls answered Day or Night R UBBER STAMP< We have just received otir S u pe r ior Rubber Stamp machine and are prepared to -make all kinds of stamps of the highest quality at the most reasonable prices. For prices write : : CHARLESUSHER Jacksonville, Texas War between the United States and Japan will ulti- timately become inevitable, is the prediction of a writer in a leading Japanese newspaper. The writer states that Japan, now recuperating from her war with Russia, caunot af/ ford to assume a hostile atti- tude toward America, but sooner or later she will resent t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 August 1910

I i I FijROFlTABLE DAIRYING By HUGH G. VAN PELT Dairy Expert Iowa State Dairy Association Feeding the Dairy Cow —I herd Of llfav II matlcix llltle hott B< od II mitt cult nt and perfect Ith en vlrontix nl unless supplied with f< eds fit prop' r amounts and quality* I' 1'■ <uslotnai> on • tic farm In the rorn 1 licit fni il' farmer in eonlont hlmseli j ( ( |l(!( |PJlll|, and to hi* farm and wllli ttin mining of corn largely, aiui j,),,,,, n i;(tand feed more of (In-.., other products and loss of the mil in doing ho ho will find that |i i> i|iili> s !'■: h corn than It haN In tho (trow any particular one of these li imiiii'", hut It Is, furthermore, a fact i Inn then Ih scarcely a fann in tin* miii licit Imi what will Krow some nil, oi ili- ,> legumes and It Is a duty which the fanner owes lo his cows, id (iii, i: ; i ii has If,'il loo ciflcu iii'' rase thai corn was lined as the sole ration for every class of furi.ii anl mills, and It wiih believed that as good r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 August 1910

fEXAS SCHOLASTICS NUMBER 975,000 FIND OUT THEN. INCREASE THIS YEAR 25,000—AP PORTION ME NT PROBABLY $6.25 PER CAPITA. IEFICIT MAY SHOW UP LATER rh« Estimate! Are Bated Upon the Receipts During the Iscal. Year 1910-1911. Austin, Aug. 2: With only one or jftwo small counties census reports out, 3tato Superintendent of Education tBralley estimates that there are f 75,- f|)00 children or scholastic age In Tex- I us, according to this year's scholastic t census. The State Hoard of Educa- tion will make the appolnment of the available school f,.nd for the fiscal year of 1910-1911 and It Is believed Jthat It will be $0.25 for each child shown on the scholastic census, tho ^same as this year's apportionment. Ac- icordlng to the estimate of receipts of fthe available school fund for the next , llscal year beginning Sept. 1, there twill be available for 'apportionment t Jtl,081,000, a larger sum than was avail- | able this year. The receipts ure us ' follows, according to the Controller's ! e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 August 1910

- «v ll' 98 tv LUFKIN. TEXAS n sasrasrTnr * Wholesale and Retail Wines, Liquors and Cigars. With every Gallon Purchase—Case Goods-Half Pint Gratis. Your patronage solictted. With every Gallon Purchase-barrel Goods, One Pint Gratis. & Courteous treatment to all Wholesale Agents SCHLITZ Keg and Bottled Beer. The Shipping Trade a Specialty. All Orders Promptly Filled. 1>RI( \] LIST—DELIVERED. Case Goods (Per Four Quartsi t >Ul Saratoga, Old Forester M mum's Jod 15. Frazier Cre uu Rye Parker Mye XXX Pearl Rye Montreal Malt Bonnie Rye Peach Brandy Ajiple Brandy <)uecn Bee S6 oo 6 OO 6 CK) 5 oo 5 °° 5 00 ■> oo . 4 oo .} oS •1 '4 oo 4 oo ■:$ ii.V ■:x> m ■:4 y>x - .V' *;.jr ''ft >• * :4 m >r' m *rs W. • r*- v-V ,'r. ■dW Barrel Goods (Per Gallon) >r *r~\: S3 Vvy 3$ vvV :rv- & ,'r- iJls' "1\ Old Saratoga ."Parker R\e Joel B. Frazier Chad Bufiord Philadelphia Chib. Old Roman Montreal Malt Stony Ford Golden Grain. ... Old Granger Imperial Old 88 • r . . $6 OO ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 August 1910

A L^y <% A VOLUME X ./ Cbc alto -Herald. notwr*- lomwiv^s, 1001 ,ol Ihc flllo.Tc.xoi'ostciffico, asSecvy <Wu.vsno!in<ittoi A<-torCo(Wr<v<> riorrhn. I S7o jALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. AUGUST u, 1910 Number 36 A LARGE NUMBER OF PEOPLE Bring their deeds, notes, insurance policies, and other valuable papers to us to keep for them, Wc still have lots of room in our FIRE PROOF VAULT and will be glad to care for such papers as you would like to have protected, We also have some private lock boxes—you keep the key. THE x ALTO , STATE . BANK NOTICE All parties indebted to the firm of Allen Groccry Com. pany are notified to come for/ ward and settle their acounts prior to Sept. 15th. Other, wise the same will be placed in the hands of attorney for collection. E E. Allen. Dysentery is a dangerous disease but can be cured; Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has been successfully u: cd in nine epidemics of dysentery, It has never been known to fail. Il is equally v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 August 1910

The Drink of Quality ROFITABLE DAIRYING By HUGH G. VAN PELT Dairy Expert Iowa State Dairy Association Feeding the Cow When Fresh I hay. it orn thcr The Texutune Hoy AT 1*01 NTAINH AND IN IIOTTI.W. fKXAH'Mi tMiMI'ANl* I * Li 4 AH. TUX A A To Cure Your Pimples. Tako !i flip of (1 R A NTI) M A ' S T E A every night bct'oro retiring, Pleasant to tako and marvellous results in two weeks. Package 25 routs. Clvl whl Hrl^l III I 111 ltlK I term itr ti III;. At this time also shn In very close to tho limit of her i bparity or the amount of food which (the has the powor of assimilating succcaifulljr. It Is then nrceaeary for :li « feeder to decreaso Ikt rttlon In the mine gradual man- nor, a pound or two. In order that the ration will Include the factor of safety; because If th< cow In fed for a lung period of time at the limit of her ca- pacity, It I* very likely that at times she will alcken of her feed and a aet- back In her production will result. This method applies more nearly to the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 August 1910

•■4® A IUST BE HANDLED GENTLY. leal Lace Easy to 8poll If Proper Methods Are Not Employed in the Washing. Possessors of real lace are often raid lo trust the cleaning of It to Grangers. But It can quite well be done at home If the following htnta e borne In mind: Tho great thing to remember Is that soap should never be rubbed on late. It ruins the color. Dissolve In warm water enough soap to make a lather. [ Add a few drops of ammonia, and put | the lace In It. Let It stand for ten ^ minutes. Souse It up and down In the suds, and squeeze It gently be- ft tween the hands. Never rub or wring It, as this Is apt to break the threads •specially If the lace Is very fine. Next put It Into another lot of suds, prepared In the same way, and squeeze It until all the dirt Is removed. Ilinse It In two lots of clear water. Gen.\ no old lace should be steeped In wnrm milk for «t least half an hour and then squeezed dry. This gives It Uie correct yellowish tint. THE IMPORTANCE OF HEALTHY WILLY WAS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 August 1910

■ I HAVE HAD THE I'RUOF. The folio tracts from IK'SS 111' 1 V. .is to I lie ;ib ates: "vVe h.;\ jjruumiv-s r both liavc fac'ion. Y otuihlv pr.u A Modem Ginning riant. Mr. George K. Singlctary , completed a large and lions .mii house, cotton j i lionm: and other conyen 1 onr ^radu- ieuce.-. for his customers, and I will 'v u .dy i'or the ginning LI arc a lew cx- ".incnt busi- . ve had proof H A t claim "1 , •Court, vonr : i'or m \ her i SpCCt. it. . (:i utr v. ilCal of "I ha\ -:ic o. yo'.'.r stenoi'< rapheis in ni\ ollice; lie t.iki notes in .shorthand and trans c ready for the season. His motive power consists of • 'lie 40 h. j>. engine, and! on.- u) h. j). hoiicr. 'J*lie av— i.i ,e capacity of the ^in is District fi.ity bales of cotton a day; he can average ginning one bale of colt hi in fifteen minutes; so that running at full capacity he will 111 bales per day. T1 Our Summer Clearance Sale Begins Saturday, Aug. 13th, 1910 two ot voir employ and entire satis* ork is thor- an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 August 1910

v-w*!eW5aBKr^^ ww-■ i MM MMBI £ ft. C. HARRISON < DRUG COMPANY .< 26 «- •I" 1 si & U SF OI_ i| Oldest Established Drugstore in East Texas c M ft |j We will appreciate a part of your S business, v/e do not expect to get :5 all of it. Something Cold all the ;£ time. Our Drinks and Cream are 1 '■5 as Pure as Can ke made. Prescrip- j|i tion work is our specialty. I ■s. -*a WHEN . YOU FEEL BAD If you are bilious, languid, constipated, suffer from indigestion, sour belching, bloated feeling, bad breath, headache, wind in the bowels, dizziness, you need PRICKLY ASH BITTERS The Oreat System Cleanser and Regulator. A few doses will open and purify the bowels, tone up the stomach, stimulate the kidneys and liver and impart a feeling of strength and vigor. It transforms a tired, nervous, halfsick man or woman into one of bright, ruddy good health, energy and cheerfulness. Oct the Qenulnc with the Figure "3" In Ret] on Front Ijbcl. Sold by Druggists. price $1.00 per bottle. Toast to W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 August 1910

.M )*#• • K * "rf'Mt*' • •#% f Wv-* •>; - i •SFm mmmttm } \ i§ i the A I 'J O. IMU I.I ll 11 N. I'rcprctor THIRTEEN KILLED IN CALIFORNIA WRECK Why worry when the swimming I* SPECIAL ENGINE STRIKES PAS SENGER TRAIN ON NORTH- 1 ' ___ WESTERN PACIFIC. Flying l« sadly In need of a safety ______ attachment Don't a mnn >>ot by tolllliK ENGINEER MADE MISTAKE Mid to keep ' ool. Among Hi' f''« things 'hHt are '*et ler broken may be mentioned beat * uves. A German scientist has found 61, IfiO.OOO genus lu a raisin. lloll your tUlslDfi. Man 1mm ronslrticUnl tho flying nm- Clilnc, I.nt In.' lias not succeeded In taming it Life-insurance men who refused to take chain-* - on the IIvcb of aviators made 11 good gue Instead of irylnK our popular snngw Dn the dOg Wl Should first have tlc-iii iuiik to tbi cow and note results The emperor of China Is to wear a military coat of Kuiopeail cut and fuck Ills shirt Int'i his trousers ' hlna Is up und coming That boy nvlatoi who cuts circles In the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 August 1910

' • * T • WW*,*> >U " KiN. TEXAS .B.CHANCCY Wholesale and Retail Wines, Liquors and Cigars. R With every Gallon Purchase—Case Goods-Half Pint Gratis, Your patronage solicited. With every Gallon Purchase-barrel Goods, One Pint Gratis. Courteous treatment to a)J Wholesale Ageuts SCHL1TZ Keg ana Bottled Beer. The Shipping Trade a Specialty. All Orders Promptly Filled. ■ I- ■ ■ . II l.,l. . .. PRICK LIST-DELIVKRKI). C its *y cc dS \ r Case Goods Per Four Ouarts) 1 U1 Saratoga, Did Forester M tun ill's Joel B. Frazier Cream Rye Parker Rye XXX Pearl Rye Montreal Malt Bonnie Rye Peach Brandy App le Brandy Queen Bee . $6 oo ... 6 oo 6 oo oo oo oo oo 4 oo 4 oS 4 oo 4' oo 4 oo <! ■:x> gg & urv; 'r .tit' sr* vt.VV' y-V •*r Y'A ,'r- V-V *r . « HI • r- >• ^ *1-. u y-r' v«y •r v. • rv *.!:'■ y. ^ r* & yy ^ M ' v- 4 ■(v; ;r- 14 28 k.-< ;.*v Barrel Goods (Per Gallon) ()!d Saratoga.. P.i ilar ]\ \ e.. Joel P. Fra/ier. Cliacl Bufford.. Philadelphia C ()u; Roman ... Moist;eal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 August 1910

\ \f/ r.y,. # ;*ya >■< FROM THE STATE CAPITAL WHAT THE LEGISLATORS AND SENATORS ARE DOING FOR THEIR STATE AT AUSTIN. S3 i u Austin: The Sonnte Oommltteo on Privileges nnd Elections Friday agreed «o make a favorable majority report on the llouso concurrent resolution by t'nnales and Caves, calling for an In- vestigation of the charges that there was corruption at Austin. Senator Humo gave notice of an adverse mi- nority report. Friday was the day set by the Sen- ate resolution for the appearance of Hon. Cone Johnson, late candidate for Coventor, and Hon. H. M. Crane, for- tner Attorney Goneral, to explain state- ments made by them in this connection during the lato Gubernatorial cam- lialgn. Neither appeared and the com- mitteemen said that they had beard pothlng from them. Clydo I). Smith, Secretary of the Sen- ate, exhibited the postal receipts for tho registered letter he forwarded Messrs. Johnson and Crane, conveying ihs committee's Invitation for those gentlemen to be pres...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 August 1910

«• iiiMHiOiiiiiiii mn#ni JJ 1 ^mZLKDi. Z£2BL«25 <v-^• -"*- fik imergt- . xi* .Ti. rg,SKil"^T a fa'iniri<MM If IIP! w 11 F ■• ) £•! U % \._S i El ***■ Clearing 12 Days only! Begins Friday, Aug. 12th; Closes 25th 12 Days Only! >Ve ar<> (noing 5<> Have a September Closing Out Sale in August, Wliile SumnuT Goods Aro Selling,—\\ hile there are two or three inontliN ahead of Summer (ioods Service W • luv tjkcn a sort of preliminary census of the Store's stocks, and find that there are lots of goods in nearly every department that ought to have fcuvn turned into cash weeks ago. In order to do this and make room for fall stocks soon to arrive, All Summer Goods in Every Department Have Been Marked Dov 11 ut Prices that mean Shelf Cleaning to Us and Money Saving to the purchaser. REMEMBER, this is no fake, but a genuine Reduction Sole of Honest Summer Merchandise. Read the Prices! * Read Them With Interest!! oft Read Them With Confidence !!! Profit by our candid advice an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 August 1910

J J 4T Cnlerft" lammrv .K, I'JOl .ollhc Alto, Ttf.xoi>os(offirc osSecowlOussMalinotfcrAoiofConorexjs- M«r< lis. 1570 yOLUMK x /ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST iS, 1910 NUMDKR 0/ —— SECOND PRIMARY OUR - CUSTOMERS • FRIENDSHIP Last week one of our good customers vol' untarily recommended our bank to his frieuds Hisfri?nd placcd his account with us because he said our customer told him wealways took care of our patrons so well. The remarkable sutcess of this bank is built large- ly on the strong friend' ship of our customers. To our customers we ex. tend thanks- to others- we extend you an invitation to come with us. THE ALTO STATE BANK Mufslcwhite for Tax Assessor, and Spinks for County Clerk. 1 he second primary elec. tion held last Saturday for the | purj os^ of nominating a tax j assessor and a eouuty clerk resmted as follows: Tax Assessor— Musslewhite i.|V! Sloan 773 Muss'ewhite's majority 661 County Clerk— « Spinks 1141 Powell 974 Spinks' majority 167 At the second primary th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 August 1910

'III! A J I r ALIO I I. All IN. I'raprirto Thi Ins b< luai hi. Wo kn fail to < < ih nuvs vi ry m«r that ftev*r |k> lcsb dun roni'B. COLUMBUS SITUATION IS NOW VERY CRITICAL determined to crush law. LESSNESS. GOV. HARMON CAULS OUT TROOPS. TEXAS NEWS EVENTS BOILED DOWN Tlii' lu l-oi Hov men > iill.il/ Wit s> I'lii' c! uii Tli.' bitten clUiu't iilmi, all w iiilui ,000 fori ih polniR , have cl wurfaru no 11 ti'ii i gn w all 'M b extended. Itles lit their In becoming 11 y tlx niiiti ) i I i h mid. I'nr was piobably There Ih latlon In tu twentie A Knnsa duty of |ie bills Alsi Few hor ure ill s If vi ■boro. to tell lni.l J isi (in r* and tifti J ml f bin in your « I ircti uuge MACHINE GUNS ARE PLACED Thou .Hid Tr < per* Are Expected In Camp Martial Law May Be Declared. Itio. Aug. "i I>«•(«-rJiiIn• h an Iron hand the law- ha- terrorized the city, li.lH, UJHill hi* own lull lit trCKIpK. and bloodshed Is not topped. the Governor that he will place tho ;ial law. • all t ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 August 1910

' > - /w . N ■ >'<' « m #®i: .;' "Vi;, i \ u|w \ V!> •t ::•<*• FROM THE STATE CAPITAL WHAT THE LEGISLATORS AND SENATORS ARE DOING FOR THEIR STATE AT AUSTIN. & St/ Austin: When the Senate convened Saturday after recess the |>ending business wns the quart bill, signed by fifteen Senators. It held the unlucky calendar number of 13 and was killed in exactely ten minutes. There were two reports on if, an adverse majority and a favorable minority report. With- out debate the motion to " adopt the minority report was lost by a vote of 11 to 12 and the majority report adopted by a vote of 13 to 11. The lilll signed by fifteen Senators requir- ing that saloons be closed from 7 p. m. to 7 a. m. was, at the request of Senator Mcachum, leader for the antls, ullowed to lie on the table subject to call. Liquor Bills Doomed to Defeat. It Is estimated that the liquor bills are doomed to defeat. The proposed "ten mile" law and the one prohibit- ing drinking liquor oil the premi...

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