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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 August 1910

ASWWWlWM 4 I I I \ >.! I •'& J rn i: \ i/r< > 111:k \ i-i> > SIMMS RATES '•&^ 1*-- I-V^1&*.^--X}.^;t |], |], AM,|]\, IVopriolor. We haven't any. i the .'indent hi'- iuoiie\ .■ \Vc gi vc subc.CHIPTM)fi RAHS This H pl'tiVCil ' * Our Summer Clearance Sole i >n<- V milis All uh arc H name until ii i ii ,i i season bv th" i'UMt demand \\c have fr,nil tlic v. i v h st busine ;s !c. ihi rns foi our gradu itc-s of and s iiori hand o: Wc lia'v had 03 ii oil! gradual.* 111 Hi-, n:ii in:.' tl ys than \\c It: phi.e. ' 1 i:v ii- lion o.' on r i ns' i b 'ok k* to'.L'jr.i inn t Now is the time to take: a<'■ R1 vantage of The Herald's : < i •' sabscription rate, as on Sep*. /' !• ! the original subscription imioa joi not turning out price wili prevail. merely tuojrap :cis an-. 1 (i. kki epi • 3. bn 1 tiioi a;. iil\ The Alto Hustlers are : baud '■! youngsters who h .v< trained olfi>- ■ 11c in:: kc Nil no? t.ii 11s to su b en rightly named, and the the dem...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 August 1910

MM •*.a-M "grrrir \£W VMM' W Vi sV&VVy M«saWd WVtirV*&«W*Y w * M .sn sa w •*i J* V* >3 : I *£ j^ v >'* >a £4 ' til * ^ . * rg I 7* 41 .95« -J® Is i -5 > ki *'< :% M, r A. C. HARRISON DRUG CO. Oldest Edah'bdrd D"rug Store 511 i-JCt lex,is. We wili Appreciate a Part ct Your Patronage. We cio not expect all of u SOMETHING COLD ALL THE TIME. Our Cold Drinks and Cream are as Pure as can b: mvJe, Prescription Work is Our Specialty \ uy I rl." X- M §■: g<i §: *^3- S> 3r C1C, •.sr., ffl,, n ft % i?r LEGISLATURE VS. BULL WEEV;L Sentiments Expressed by a Prom- inent T< x-13 Farm:':-. Detiisoft, Texas, A it."; i (>.- ' I s .• ■ from ilie ; iv:.s re ( pol ls t'.iat tome of the b.-rs ni the legislature wani to pas:; in ore laws, in order t earn their money, atri of ;,il excuses for law mal:i, ih.it ; is the limit,'' .■• aid T. C. Smith, a ]rumiicii. farmer of Gr.r.- Iscn county the oik". d y. ''it i , ( _ • I is h,k'-,se: ting a hoi.r.e on lin. : ill order to d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 August 1910

wmr- W&tBtt .':'■; -J\': '•* "Vs. bM JL • * • M tl The Drink of Quality p R0F1TABLE DAIRYING By HUGH G. VAN PELT Dairy Expert Iowa State Duiry Association Weigh and Test the Milk I In tip (oi- K')lng nrtlrles ths writer • diH'iih-'U tiu' feeding. breeding Mill testing of •I1" dairy The Trxatone Boy AT rol NTAtNN iMI IN BOTrt.M. nU'ltlNI OUMI'ANT II*1.1.AH TSIAS You can shave first time you try will) a -Gillette KNOWN TIIF-: WORM) OVKR I OK 01DANI) YOUNG Tutf't I .tver 1*111* ml n Mndlt on the child, theddlnilt' frniale or Infirm cM*l ur, "• upon the- vlrorouN iiihii, Tuft's Pills k.'i<r lont1 itnd strenrfh to (lie* weak utooisth, kldm*> i und hiaddcr. , ■ — uhv/tyn hctUiiK that tlielr >( filiU (Ik iii out f «- it *• a-n I inks rti'thlo Nature's wit: f i • •• Aluim Texas. you t-> water it t Hllill! oft* Iron WoikH, Hi" i ,i utioil tlmoKiivor that flrxla •mil ilin llttiHt opportunity for every .hi lion Tluumi* Fuller. Game. T)ie Creditor W ill yon jmy thin bill now, or...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 August 1910

J. w «M fcw<e*ksaWiu.« N R r H7\ Nf F V LUFKIN [ | B £ || p J jj| |jj —wbb—b—1 a—e TEXAS <SB*«:B8aSgfJH - ■—BBBBS!—BBHK "Tl-jiS J Wholesale and Retail Wines, Liquors and Cigars. \ r,w£ a ^tJf JEW/ With every Gallon Purchase—Case Goods-Half Pint Gratis. With every Gallon Purchase-barrel Goods, One Pint Gratis. ^ Your patronage solicttcd. >.* Courteous treatment to all Wholesale Agents SCHLITZ Keg and Bottled Beer, The Shipping Trade a Specialty. All Orders Promptly Filled. PRICE LIST-DKLIVE Case (Per Four Goods Quarts) ()ld Saratoga, Old Forester Muium's Joel B. Frazier Cream Rye... Parker Rye XXX Pearl Rye Montreal Malt. Bonnie Rye Peach Braady Apple Braady Oueca Bee $6 00 ... 6 00 . 6 00 5 00 5 00 00 00 00 4 oS 4 00 4 00 4 00 5 5 4 *r +l.sr: v«v ■* p • >• v 3$ ''r* v. / .'r*- .*r5 ywy & SV> . r* ^.V"' v* .1 •ir; v- r« ;r- v* ,'p v.y ,'r y j . r~ ,'r- ./iV y- ^ ,'r y. J ' ,4 ■ V- «*:.r T "r- -Ar1 Barrel Goods 1 Per Gallon ( >!d Saratoga. I > .11 r R \ e. ♦.....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 August 1910

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 August 1910

-46?. • , I CAKE AS THE FOUNDATION Without Special Palr.s Being Taken With This Charlotte Ru&se Will" Not Be Success. To ninko n ronlly dellrlonfi charlotte rusHo prepare, first of all, a very do- HcIouh Hponge cukearter this formula: Four pkrh, beaten sppnratoly. Into the beaten yolks beat again one cup of ■UKar and to this a<l<l half a cup of potato flour. Into the flour niUBt pre- viously have been sifted three-fourths of a level teas|>oonful cream of tnrtnr and one fourth teaspoonful of soda, the same of salt. Add. finally, two teaRpoonfula lemon extract and the white of tho eggs. Hake In a char- lotte russe pan. Remove the center, leaving a hollow shell. Kill this hol- low with flavored, sweetened whipped cream or with Ice cream, In any flavor liked, or Bavarian cream If available for the purpose. Tho same cake may be baked In or- dinary tins for 45 minutes, when It yields a soft and very light sponga loaf. KSfia To Cook Veal Cutlet*. To cook veal cutlets or steak,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 August 1910

. m ■ - — ■j ys only I s Begins Friday, Aug. 12th: (loses 25th 12 Days Only! | We < (ioii 1 to Have a September Closing Out Sale in August, iiilc Sunum r l^oiuls Aro Selling. V hilt* llierenrc hvoor three months ahead of Summer < oods Service p | ,iv r li . , ,prc|iniin .it cn .us ol llic Store's locks, and find that th re arc lots of goods in nearly every department that ought to have (j nl( t, j.;j wc,!., apo In o.-der to do this .,nJ 111 ike room for (ail stocks soon to arrive, All Summer Goods in Every Department Have Been £ " |" ' " . 1 Pri. s tMt mean Slu'i Cleaning to U . and Money Saving to the purchaser. "REMEMBER, this is no fake, but a genuine Reduction il f 1 f U ... ..1 C. .niMi'ivl I.llldisc Sal: • i Honest SumnKi Merchandise m Read Them With Interest!! Read Them With Confidence,!!! I Read the Prices! -- --— - — t~ ----- —— ; tinj lv . 1 promptly, First selections .arc always the best selections, lor in some lines the limited acscrt mcnts will liltc! > . '1 1 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 August 1910

m, &< )>■ Till: AI.IO MKkALI I. f. At 11N. Proprlft* a I 'I (I . . - - I 1. \ \ s Wi toi 9. nrti At the men*)' of the svla- An we remember it now' onie good points winter tia<1 To orphan banana republics tin Iberlaud refuses to I'M a mother. Now heri' coine the deutlsti that wiitl kissing thing. too. fa- with Going swimming look* like the only rational employment In hot weather HEAVY RAINS FALL OVER PART OF STATE EAST, NCRTHEAST, NORTH, PAN HANDLE AND WEST TEXAS VISITED FRIDAY. FOUR INCHES HEAVIEST FALL Wcit of Children Geu This—Gates- ville Receives 3.75 inches—Will Benefit Crops and Cattle. ■V TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS >■ A The nrtny inny hav« to h«*li jfHUH fur huuu urtlil'T) drill «1«* VIHW Are ) eHl > th< any records f,iut weather Iihh not broken* this Europe might try sporting H" sur- plus rainwater to our middle west. An n diversion to swatting th« flv. keep your stable clean, II you ve not one ( bopping Ainern ih Still Moron fa vol l(t alls Inti pasliui lit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 August 1910

■ ' " - ■ I , «* .. \ fl a I M FROM THE STATE CAPITAL WHAT THE LEGISLATORS AND SENATORS ARE DOING FOR THEIR STATE AT AUSTIN. I r*,'" Mi th v. -.l Austin: The work of the fourth called session of the Texas Legislature commenced in earnest Monday and the yeneral ho|>e In admlul*lration circles is that the solons will show close ap- plication lo the problems and that jnuon will be at-compllsued this week. The -car shed, spider and bill of lad- ing Idlls may be pushed this week and wit to final passage, after certain amendments are adopted, it is under- stood thai somu of the conflicting in- terests have almost agreed on the changes In the three bills which will i;iv£ them clear sailing and with only •a minimum of opposition. If this should be the case the bills will move with rapidity Hut there are three other matters under the Governor's call and they promise to produce the serious draw- backs to a harmonious session. After the two houses have passed their re- K|>ectlve insuranc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 August 1910

. ^®fpr"IJKPP Si0ME6 «ME0fflB ^yy *'•*•' 'f?" / rr^r If tl m In >b In •o WI lit of A1 vU th« iac I «01 flo tut* of 1 to rull Utt Vh* rsrr-*- Do a Little Thinking this Season f¥Ahh AROUND AND STUDY THE NEW TAYLOR LINE OF MEN'S MADE-TO-MEASURE CLOTHES. COMPARE PRICES—FEEL THE QUALITY OF THE ALL-WOOL FABRICS AND GIVE SOME THOUGHT TO THE NEW AND NOliliY STYLES. LUT DO IT NOW. Quaranteed the Best on the Market! foi* salic it\ Jess Holcomb THE ALTO PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Program to be Carried Gnt Thursday. Sept. 1st, 8sl5 P. M, Song—Childhood Recitation—Selected Music Recitation—Selected Son^—This is my Busy Day Recitation—Selected Mnsic Address on Education Song—Selected .. Everybody is cordially invited. 1 hose in!ere the school arc cspe^Wily urged to be present. Miss Louise Hlauton lvvie Lee McAnally The Alto Hustlers' Hand ■ Evya King Brunette I'raucis Miss Kate l;ord 1 he Alt i I n■ t i-rs' i 1 md - B. M. ()iiver Fseak Laws vs. Good H?adv Sherman, Texas, Aug. 23— A copy of the Beaumont E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 August 1910

Vol.i'm k X \ dbc Blto IHeralcL / Knlc-frc* lamnMVo. . l#Ol ,rMhe fflto.TexoPo.itorflcc asSecondC<iasn motlerAr|OfCondrcw Morr hS. I S7« ,ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, igio Number 38 ■' ■ •> ! ' A OUR ✓ CUSTOMERS - FRIENDSHIP • Last week one of our good customers vol- uptarily recommended our bank to his frieuds His friend placed his account with us becausc he said cur customer told him we always took carc of our patrons so well. The remarkable sut cess 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 SEVEN MEN INDICTED By tba Anderson County Grand Jury for the Slocum Killings. Twenty-two charges of murder in the first degree presented in five indictments covering the killing of five negroes in Anderson county returned against seven white men was the result of the grand jury investigations of the Slocum killings as made public late We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 August 1910

•*w« MEAN. p R0FITABLE DAIRYING ■ 1 i Byr HUGH G. VAN PELT Dairy Expert Iowa State Dairy Association 1 , Judgment in Feeding j • 1 1- -j,, (ump lnh I Im moat profitable ,,, |||, rInl l tlm dairy herd Judgment uiiiHt nlrtiiv- I"' used In selecting <iiid in-paring the feeds which compile the In aware of the fact that silage Is one of the very >>«• -« and cheapest feeds that can !>«• supplied to farm animals. In Iowa there ar« to be found up to <i«* «4;w tW*n Willlo- Wn pluylng iiiHuranc# cwmipHiiy ul KchOol today anil tho lioyw roe moan Mitttia I leiw ? Willie I waM tlio | ronl<k'rit of Hi" r-umipany, and before I could resign t fired uie Might Do It i iimi know anything that kill potato hugs asked th« young Minn v* M It f ? ■«■ i i11 In w flngeis . Inn ik i.aid l In lipioU, ( igitti lie. ilil llirt) Willi Hie willy, " ;■■! em to VoukeiM States r il"rt li not « new Idea that j tlift* year In the neighborhood of 1,J()0 •In ;.|. feed:. are oftentimes more Mliri Htlos o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 August 1910

'Jto WILBUR n NE.PBIT Si With rniiHcles woory find worn Ami i\ warrinx Iik)11 In hor ryo She BwunK with vim and a.visage grim Ami Hwattcd a luckiest* fly. 8wat! Swat! Swat! _i At wIikIow and iJooK and olinlr. And she naiik In a vol'*** of dolorouB pitch Thts while uhc wan awattlntf there. r . "flwnt1 Swill! Swat! When the (licit i rawl In the cream. And dwat-swat-Hwat- TIII 1 Hwat them In each dream. There Is no board of health In the realm of the barbarous Turk To bid you creep on the My by And swat It at Its work. "Swat! Swat! Swat! Till the brain begins to swim. And swat—swat-swat— Aha! I landed him! * Big. and little, and all. Fat. and skinny alike— 1 swat them up on tho parlor well Wherever I chance to strike. O, well for the Eskimo That he lives 'neath the frozen sky In the land of perennial beautiful snow And never a bujczlng fly! O, well for tho Hottentot That he never heard of germs And Isn't compelled to swat and swat Through the hottest of heated terms. 9 m&k 'O. but ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 August 1910

I ■ Till: ALTO HKIiAU) I]. I!. Vl.l.KN. Proprietor. NOTICE SUBSCRIPTION HATES ( n. \ < ;u Six Moiil Ail Mil)-' ailvaiu: III! till' All parties indebted to the — I firm 01 Allen (Iroecry Com* ! pany arc notified to come for* 5"!ward and settle their acounts RUNS FOR SENATOR Judge W. J. Townsend, Jr., An- nounces Today. [Fruir lilt I.ufkin News.] .J.l! No l) )k> tin Local Notes. Kd Houston transacted bus* 1 uess'1 n K usk ruraday. Will Tinker was in the city from Forest last Saturday. in tin It is with unfeigned pleas* jpiiortn Sept. 15th. (>theiv | that the News aunounces the Iv.'nYr put i wise the same w ill be placed 1 candidacy of Hon. W. J I ..kid for. j in the hands of attorney 1 collection. k. k. ai.lhn. Struck a Rich Mine. }■ \\ . (i (Is. < f Cc.ril City. Ala., ays lie struck a perfec^. mine of health in I)r, Kin^s New Life Pills for they cured him of Liver and Kidney M. i'ay wrs 111 the cily! '['rouble after 12 years of suf— from Forrest last Shturdaj. faring. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 August 1910

4® A. C. HARRISON DRUG CO. ; Oldest Established Drug Store m East Texas. We wili Appreciate a Part of Your Patronage, We do not expect all of it SOMETHING COLD ALL ] THE TIME. i I Our Cold Drinks and Cream are as Pure as can be made, \ Prescription Work is Oor Specialty £ i i The Best Hour of Life. ii When you do some >^rcat deed or discover some wonderful fact. Tills hour came to J, H. J'itl, of Kooky Ml., N, C.. when he wi.s suffering intensely, as he su\s, from the worst cold I ever had, I then proved to my great satisfac- tion, what a wonderful Cold and Cough cure Iir, King's New Dis- covery is. For, after taking one bottle, 1 was entirely cured. You can't say anything loo good of a medicine like that." Its tlie sni- cst and best remedy for diseased lungs, hemorrhage-, asthma, hay fever, trouble. 50c., $1 00. by all druggists, On the Diamond, The ball game play at the ball park in this place last Saturday by the Li 1:wood and Laudrum teams resulted a victory for the latter. s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 September 1910

V y- | -tn I /<&• •' 4 . dbc Bit© Itnterci' lnntM iv.w5, l mil ,ol I lie Allo.Texai'osJofficc osSefondOussMoih-loltcrA, lofConare.s.^ Mciirhl. 187" VOLUMKX .ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER i, 1910 Number 39 ■ A SIGN OF PROSPERITY The stockholders, officers and direo^ tors wish to thank the friends and Customers of this bank for the lib- eral patronage and good will accord- ed us, and to solicit new business from those who have 110 canueciion or from those who wish to make a change in their bank. At our semi- annual stockkholders meeting held Aug. 31st, a cash dividend of 10 per rent was declared and $250.00 added to our surplus fund. Geo. W. Thornton, C. RogeJs, M. E. MeClure, C. C. Francis, S. F. Harrison, E. A. Blount, M. C. Parrish, E. M. Decker, ]. B. Guinu, Finan Smith. F. C. tAgnew, John Holcomb, John Rogers, T. 1), Miller, R. A. Brack, Claude Coats, Wilbur Arm- stong, Will Walters, Cad Bovd, T. L. Liles, A11- neila Armstrong. Local and Personal. Public Speaking. .A r ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 September 1910

\ I TNI: ALIO ra. i events BOILED DOWN I. I. M11 V Proprietor It is believed that persons, nearly nil lire t'd In the Idaho forest Might con new cases more thnn 200 fighters, perish- fires of cholera olid The ly ride If generally It* DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN- INGS SERVED UP IN AT- TRACTIVE STYLE. i ,,r,., , ihit.K i" nothing good got away . i, ialue after decieabluK in i./ist winter war h very severe on** everything Important That Could D l.ri,r no kiu'IK" uBiilnst It Conf.nrd to * Small Space It Here Found 1 .ah (thing may make people Int. but that Is not wbat stout people . m* to know. In hie mod est. unobtrusive wny tho tticket Is advising )uu to lay in your * litter coal Tobaei o crop short and revolution* >i t ngulu There ain't going to 11 tin hulls ' Wii 1 rtiomas A Edison please In A *<■ r11;'• f at tire of M! degrees w ith a Kht -ti 'A ;• re|iorii (l at ( atia<llan, Iso hi the I 'nilliutlil!'• Ir a|)j < u probable that eoal oper- in.| millet of lb>' Southwe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 September 1910

tar mm / V/ W3. FROM THE STATE CAPITAL WHAT THE LEGISLATORS AND SENATORS ARE DOING FOR THEIR STATE AT AUSTIN. -- tjjSoSSlltS'KSK Austin: This wei'k may gi-e tin- tlicriiil Kfssion of tin* l.t*Kis|jitui«' >1 is- im>kp of the liii|ioriiint bills iicudiim now ready .to li.> ounsild«T«-il No on.' 1>«'IIov<'h that tiiial acljoiirninont will •onie this wi i-k, hut legislative affairs could so hi' sh'MK'il during tint low Jays eoMilliK that it got uway could In- made next vs. -k it ran he salrl that tjullo u pood rl<-al was aocont|i!l-lii'.l during the week Just ended And If the work i.s ■arried 011 with just a little more ener «y much will have l>< ay the end of till week. Three hills nubjects submitted for this session, lave been disposed of and the I.okIh- future recorded thereon. | said to be more devious than the dl reet fn-rodui'ton of a resolution pro ; vidian for such investigation, as was followed in 'lie third session, and which resolution was killed in th...

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

mogMOS$i t*ZM ja i ' 1 h Till: ALTO IIKKALI) C. K. AM-KN. Proprietor. Property Values SUBSCRIPTION FATES .V mr , oquiic it. ; on tl.cr.: S I .'"HI I r Qjii Year Six Months • ■ Three Mouths ;\J| subscriptions au- |>avn!>li in; ;ulv.met. No ii.inie will l>e put 011 tIn. books until paid l<>i- I c; I ■:->K ili- ;,n 1 "rti wealthy, ottifrs ]iI •,■ i i>t,:11 $ i:.i\ l it thruf 1; ,r\a property owner: in . .;i';h tin: t upon them va!<- « in T arc in- ia-> ( ? 1/V •> O |<*r 'lay in ,■ .111ii from prop- rty value* approximate iiitirv. A c .u fill «tti<U , :.*t f'fwm,<yK • ili in property • iini.1. i i.i properly muv- !i< in cut he Sett Id nicral claim agent of Poach Claims Wil The get the A. K. T. Co. .vas here From St. Louis this week, iii- vesicating the claims oi the local shippers against the railroads for failure to furnish a sufficient number of refrig- erator cars during the peach .shipping seascn. '1 iicse claims run into the thousands of do...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 September 1910

• iw ww i wi<a - • k It Takes Lots of Training to Play Ball. Bojs, you have played ball, and you know that a man can- not get iuto the National League unless he has a thor- ough training. Then is it not as essential that he get a thor^ ougii practical training to cn/ ter successfully into the great business enterprises of this country? If you were about to lose an eye, would you em- ploy some one treat it who had had never made a specialty of the eye and hadn't a certificate from a reliable college? If you had an important case in court would you employ a man as your attorney who had never been admitted to the bar and had never made a special study of law? Why then, young man, could you think for a moment of entering the business world without first takiug a thorough business training in some first-class school and obtaining a certifv cate of proficiency? We are living in - a commercial age and in one of the greatest commercial countries on the globe. Competition is close, and on...

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