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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 September 1910

Be benevolent; bury ail DicK«rinn •- « •« ««nin of forgetfulnesii. lo bfllie tt lai gci uuujuui «• w— r — latlon upon the land, and this not In A(1(111 im r . J . i.nr.n w • w Sold by nil Drwwlata, 7 FX). lui Halla family PUIa (or eooatlpaUoo. r An Adv rtising Record, -In its issue of Sunday, Sept. 4, the Oregon Journal of Portland, Oregon, nuke all newspaper advertising reco.ds by earrviug thirty-eight inches of display for one firm, the Meier & Frank Company, which conducts one of the leading department stores of the west. One^tiiird of the! Not a minute should l>e l<"t when entire edition of ninety-six a child shows symptoms of erotip. pages was given over to this jChamberlain's Cough Remedy giv- firm) Politics and those who live by keeping the people i a political turmoil are the greatest enemies to the far iner. The wisest way to treat those who desire to continue this strife is i > retire them to private life, where they can serve the people better.—Par 111 and Ra...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 September 1910

\ f he Blto IHerald* entww1 January,, s, iwi ,01 f(u*. Wto.TexoPojtof'lce asSccondOuss"In11 fluItci A, totConure *<> M«rchv i 7 Volume X ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1910 Number 42. Report of the Alto State Hank, September 1st, 1910. Resources. Loans $43.392.5S i-urniture 1,834.80 Guaranty Fund.! 300.00 CASH 28,730.49. $74,2 57TS I," Liabilities Capital $10,000.00 Profits 2,917.78- Cashiers check.... 313.23 DEPOSITS 61,026.80 $74 257.81 ' Result of iS months" YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED M. C. Parrish, Pres. M. E. McClure. Vice Pres. T. D. Miller, Cashier. Union Meeting at Grange Hall. The regular meeting of the Farmers' Union will be held at Grange Hall, Saturday, Sept. 24th, 1910, at 2 o'clock, p. 111. All members are re/ quested to be present, as im- portant business is to be transacted, and those who l!aVe been member's" in tlie past, are requested to attend, and they can do so by paying one quarter's back dues. We have to elect delegates to the County Union, and Bro. G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 September 1910

if il fiji rfrlumifri «* <>*«* • •• * *. •■ ' (•"• 1w ^ - ■ v in. n . * . i ire? Thli ALTO 111 k AI I t. I. AlllH, Proprietor A.L I U. Have jou taken ll> minutes off to learn Kaporanto? Ik'Hr, (Jour, whi'n an iinboHto plant IjuriiH, wbcru iIwh Kafoty li" .' lu ilixici to coin© mat) may evolve ?i lilunderproof, wrwhluHH railroad. l'arln ha? thoughtfully ri'U'Kiited th* bobble skirt to the luuhouin of h« rit>rn In tho agreement between Korea ami Japan tti«• latter «llil the UKreeiiiK tor both CDJNTRr ALL RIGHT A STRIKINGLY STRONQ ARTICLE BY COL. HARVEY. THE WHITER SEES NO CLOUD A l>o!i ! nnili* fur h cow be too careful IhIhihI id11ktnit>i in Moral Otu stook cnniu a "A Plea for the Con erv«tion of Common Sense" That la Meeting With Cordial Approval. A Kt11kItik 1 > strong article by Colo- nel (icorge Harvey In the North An <■ :mi Hevlew, for Septemberl written In * view of in ■ s lor the American attracted wide c l« entitled. "A nation of t'otnnion ni'-cllng wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 September 1910

I \ / REMOVAL OF REMAINS OF STEPHEN F. AUSTIN CO.VMITTEE TO MEET IN HOUS TON ON OCTOBER 17 TO MAKE FINAL PLANS. "THE FATHER OF TEXAS" Body Will Remain In State In House of Representatives Until October 20. Austin. Sept. 20: The program of the joint committee of the legisla- ture to supervise ihe removal of the body of Stephen F. Austin, "the fath- er of Texas." from Brazoria County to the State Cometery here has been announced. Tue committee is to meet HI the Rice Hotel In Houston, Oct. 17, t 10 o'clock. It will at once select a casket for (he removal of the body, iind that evening will leave for Bra- zoria County, where Austin's body will be exhumed the next day in time for the committee to return to Hous- ton with it. The party is to reach Austin with the body Oct. 1!), and tne body will lie in stale in Ihe House of Representatives until Oct. 20, when it will be reinterred In Ihe State Cem- etery with other illustrious dead of the Stale. A. \V. Terrell of Austin, one of the old re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 September 1910

\ 1 I i ♦P & iy. alto III:I?AI.I> f j], Al.LKN, i'roprirlor. \ \ l>l < IS ION U iJ • Si x N'olitli Tin 1 Months All • nbsci iptions arc \ • able in h.nu'i'. No name wil !" put A.nnoi TS 1 "lit- I b raid is ar. tin>1 •ized to 111 1 ounce* 111 it.-, sti1'j - ct to tlie ac lion of the dciii' atic primar> Ko: j;'.'tt! S n.itor, i,,tl Dist., \\ . ]. T<AVNSKNl), JR., Oi Angeliua Cottnl y. . u. rowuik . ( )f Anderson Count y. wi rcfrt- i : lilt ill; to till II till!1 .11 ' lit ( 1 ' 11 It : r • >ciug ] : < > 1 > 1«■ 111 > i ems he- ; mention j Tinting of- .-lit 14,ooo/ lgll Illl'llS speeelics I il year It looks like there i> ujuin I'll co;tsi .«• c i ihlc conservation oi whiti paj 11 ili: rt*.— ikati;.i' lit Jour/ ual. Wbeii and win re would I write my inastei j>ic<c; I li ve s, !ecud a plare on tin- sea shore. Hut 1 cannot do it now on account of frivolous thoughts that whirl abour the solai of my mind' I shall wail until my f-'oul Incomes old...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 September 1910

m ' I r A '/ * PROGAM For the Confederate Reunion to be Held at Alto Sept, 30. "Vote for Fowler." Texas, Sept. Palestine, iexas, Sept. 20, j 1910. 1 be Alto Herald, Alto, Texas. Old soldiers and citizens of &entlenien:-In your issue, the town, accompanied by the ° k I51'1. there appears lJand, will meet ihc 9.49 train lil" "Note for and escort the veterans to tile 1 ' ' b«Senator:,il grounds. I'lstrict lias been created for Exercises at the 8ron„ds!thc l>as' C'S1""™ V«", *«" begin at 10:30 a. n,. with :"'K ™h,d' "nle t-berokee prayer by Rev. J. \V. John- ston. Address of welcome by R_v. Ready We Are Gettin F( HI FAT J, S il JSINICSW o ]ohn Mate and Mayor \V. R. McCuistion. Music by the Alto Hus- tlers' Band.J Response to Address of Welcome—Hon. R. McClure, J. A. Templetou, for Cj. 1. M tisic by baud. Dinner. 1:30 p. in.— Business meet' ing of Co. I. Address, by Hon. J110. C. Box aud others. j county has furnished a Sena* j tor for eight years, Anderson j county for four years...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 September 1910

WMUiBis I § ? ^ Ii Dori'i Pcrsecut your Bowels Cut' ut an J mirfatifc*. Tlwy W' UmJ CARTER'S I .IT LIVER PIL Purely vrflHalJ#. A* If*- Carters ' e I h I «•. ITTLE IVER t it, i.. PILLS. aJipatios, B Jl«M fttrk •*<! laJif®* i*u. M roHluna know. Small Pill. Small Dose, Small Price Genuine mt;«l I* ii«u Signature Lice, Mites, ticks, fleas, ami other para- sites cause serious lasses to every stuck ami poultry rais er. Kill them safely, by usingj BLACK-DKAUGHT DISINFECTANT LICE KILLER fi DIP This is a safe, cleansing, aromatic preparation, much stronger than carbolic acid, without its disagreeable ami dangerous qualities. Try it. Your dealer sells it. IVrllr lor Ir«-r «M|)lr lo HimU l)r nuyhf SI«M*k Mrritrfur Co. ( Iran. PCS To Cure Your Pimples. Take a cup (if (i ]{ A X I> M A ' S T K A every night l.icl'oro rotiriiifi-. Pleasant to take ami marvelous results in two weeks. Package cents. Beware tVie Dog! \ family moved from the dlv lit u suburban locality nnd were told tluil -Iiiiu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 September 1910

.ifSa■ :. \ i \ V V TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS Advices from Pecos says Unit the Texas Company's well at Toyah was shot and that the oil gushed 130 feet into the air. The Texas Company has been boring there for several months. Reports from Hio Crande City, Sam- ford yee and Mission and other points indicate another overflow of the Ilio Grande in the lower valley. A rise of six to eight feet at points named has been recorded during the past twenty- four hours, and the river still rising rapidly. Towns in that district and the railroad are making preparations for the anticipated overflow. The City Commission of the city of Marshall has taken steps toward mak- ing Marshall a "city beautiful," and has discussed the matter at length and as soon as the Secretary can get some ordinances that have been passed by other cities on the same plan, the com- mission will pass ordinances for Mar- shall and start the ball rolling. K. M. Bralley, State Superintendent of Education, at Austin, has prepared a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 September 1910

i I YOU CAN SAVE MONEY HV COMIMi T< > Ml" >n Fiaci: t a« l4*r > llroughl Oh Trier 5i.2.S T.00 A First/class Home-made wagon Bridle 9% \ Stylish Heavy Pair of Wag'm Bridles,$2.50 A Neat Strong Homemade Set <>f Puggv Harness 510.00 A Neat Extra Strong Surrey Harness 15.00 $iS to £20 ]icst Neatest Set Surrey Harness (spc'l l 12.50 $15.00 Wagon Breeching 25 Per Cent Cheaper Than Efsewherc 1 •5( All lines are full and you can save money hy coming to me, and the reason 1 can sell cheaper is Because I Make It Myself. I will make your harness to order, if you wish, and just as you want it. unsi'iscrci i.ur, John Raper. UjMWM iV« V« a¥sm i-Ve c 1« «*W* i 3t 19 ■ to J* pp ;S ' K* > * m : to Mi ' to ! A. C. HARRISON DRUG CO. Oldest Established Drug Store lui East Texas. We wi!i Appreciate a Pa i t of Your Patronage. We do not expect all ol it SOMETHING ■ COLD ALL THE TIME. Our Cold Drinks and Cream arc as Pure as can be made, Prescription Work is Our Specialty H. :■ mtm mm...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 September 1910

Kl.v xlrong article by Colo- • llnrvev In thti North Tour mm were killed and two In-, l)r Wootlrow Wilson will off«- !>r tils limp, 1 began imlng l)o«n'8 SUPPLEMENT The Alto Herald SUPPLEMENT Vol.. X ALTO, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 22, 1910 No. 42 O t) It R« til ttl TI n M, P It > 1 n in wl 3U The favored Cotton Section. tin- whole world, they can Here- is :i 111,MH.poiy the tike !.nakc tHtinstlves independent, of which Nature lias conferred 011 no othei section ol the globe. When the wheat is short there are substitutes to which the world can turn to keep do,vn the price. For cot- ton there is no -nbstit ute; and, what is nioie, in. uses of 11 are being enlarged instead of beni)4 contracted. The value id cotton is ol ih it high jw music kind that, looking at Their monopoly is an endow nient that entails an obliga- tion.— Dallas News. Il your tooil does not digest well,' a few floses of I'rickiy Ash Hitters will sit matters right. It sweetens thehreath, strengthens the stom- ach and di...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 September 1910

wny now-—dy T*r mo yiwuk.i niimhcn rniintrv'a rail* X I appeal' US if it WOlllU TIII: alto III:KALD SHOES! SHOES! ^ Shoes for men, Shoes for li. I-]. AMJvN, Proprietor, women, Shoes for children — at Burnett's Stoic. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oili Yeni The pompons Judge glared sternly over his spectacles at the tattered prisoner, who had been dragged before the bar of — justice on a charge of va- Mrs. Hayseed i whose son is grancy. "Have you ever Si on attending college) — George earned •\ dollar in vour life?" Six, Months... 50 writes that lie is taking fencin' lie asked in fine scorn. "Yes, • 25 lessons. Mr. Hayseed—I'm your honor," was the response: All subscriptions are payable in fchid o that; 1 ll set him a- "I voted for you at the last advance No natiu- will be put diggin' post holes when he ( election." 011 the book* until paiil for. ^.jts home," j - — — —, Joe Kerr and family of Luf- I'ut yonr stomach, liver and were Sunday visitors at bknd in healthy condition and you I i])t. hom...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 September 1910

'"-"U Ul 144/ lil critical '■ Kidney , Cody J|„ House j ♦♦♦♦ | might Reach Notice of Election. unty ot Cherokee. | The State of Texas, | a lii-reas, I, R. ],. Robin- County Judee of Cher- making returns of same, as, tlie law directs and author1 Shall They Serve Two VIasters? The plank rejected by so large a, 1/e?S • ] majority in the Galveston conven- It is further ordered that tion to the effect that the country' "ose favoring the abolishing' law makers shollld HOl bt. aUpvmi ol said corpoiation shall have lo serve corporations seeking fnvor*> . j . - 1*1 lu V.UIJ/UUUIWII.T M. V. ni-t\ ex as, have been written or printed on their j fmm the law inakillg bodie5 While Honed by thirty-six cui- us hi the incorporated town * Aito, Cherokee county, 1 xas, petitioning and praj- n: th it .ni election be order- << in Hid for said town afore- sa ;o abolish said corpora tit , and said petition being n^ «'ii tile at iry office in said tovi' i Rusk, Cherokee coun- ty,ltx is,; and it app...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 September 1910

September, 1* ■neb Uolit'ful- Jured In a head-on collision between MobJJu and Ohio ami lruu Mountain University to the board of trustee* at ♦ ♦>«v♦ tiukitlluc Vftv '*A nrfAf/'Inff and was cured." Remember the name—Dean's. Confederate Reunion SKIT. Vis, i«>10 Bar beetle and Basket Picnic Good Speaking, Good M isie, a nd a Good lime for All You arc Especially invited to Spend a Happy Day With the Old Soldiers and Their Friends. Remember the Date-Alto, Texas, Wednesday. Sept. 28th. i 1' A A A 4 A i K i A Local and Personal. Mrs. Herman vi,sited in Rusk last }-\itunlaw IMlollc I" 11. A..MI''\\ for the !' i h">! i>i ■ neries in t• • w 11 Tom lvdinonds \ i>ito<l with fi it lids in I,i;lkin, \ioiida\ These swell 1 iis j t i liu- tli'iij> I r \ un 14 uu'ii- at liur in 11'- \i tlitir lames of Wildhiii st. w as in ilu i iiy S itnrila\ ev- ening J list received hi^ shipment ill Trunks and Ya'ises at Bur H ft J *S st<>! C. Jess I'aytie visited liis ' j>ai- ents in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 September 1910

V. ■'.if ^LLAC // o j IK U l Cnleif< lonmnv>_S, i'>Oi .ailho Ailc.Tc.xoPosloffico osSecondtu.^riolii'latlerArtOfftHHirM* Nareh.V is/'j Volume X ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1910 Ni mbi k 43 BBBCZnBBBES: Report of the Alto State Bank, September 1st, 1910. Resources. Loans $43,392.58 Furniture 1,834.80 Guaranty Fund.. 300.00 CASH 28,730.49 $74,257.81 Liabilities Capital $10,00000 Profits 2,917.78 Cashiers check ... ^1 3.23 DEPOSITS 61,0 $74 257.81 ' Result of 18 months" YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED M. C. Parrish, Pres. M. E. McClure. \"ice Pres. T. D. Miller, Cashier. CONFEDERATE REUNION iJSKSiu Local and Personal. J. B. Guinn was down from Rusk, Monday. JoeMcKnight is home from Fort Worth. New Ginghams arriving every clay at Burnett's. O. P. Ruslitug v. as in ti*c city from Center last week. fftaVi an A Quiet Wedding. A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the home of the bride's mother Mrs Evalyn Harmon, last Sunday morn- ing at 7:00 o'clock, when Rev J. W. Johnson of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 September 1910

SOCIETY LADIES READ THIS You Will Find This Letter From Mrs. Baker, of Floral, Very Interesting. Floral. Ark "I'ntll a month «go," Writes Mn Viola Maker, of tlil place. | "I wan In very bad health. I wus bo weak ami nervous ihal I was unable to do my housework. I tried Cardul, according to direction*, and now 1 ain in Rood health mid recommend your niodlclni' to all my friends, I gnve fiurdul to three of niy friends to try, And tin ) III! say II helped them " Horlety rid household cares iiinko nervou weak women* who suffer great juiln and misery, mueh of which can bo avoided lo Inking Card ill. Worry and overwork act on your nerves like rust on metal, and they ■Imply go to pleeen Vou ean't always make rusty metal bright again, and sometimes you can'l get your nerve* straightened out Again, fo better be- gin before the trouble goes loo deep Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters $ Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist I LETTER CN COTTON BAGGING Miss...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 September 1910

■w pk Bp - USE KITCHEN SLATE OBSTINATE SPREAD- ING ECZEMA CHICK- HOMELY MEMORANDUM OILS HOUSEHOLD MACHINERY. Useful In Medium-Sized Family—Prt gram for the Week Can Be Mapped Out and May Save You ' Many Worries. The kitchen slate Is n tlmu raver The family Of two perRonti, In which «>ue la downtown all day, may be run with the greatest economy of time, food and worry. The family of two Is not * family at all In the true sense of the word which groups (ftc old and the young and children In a household where management la a real problem. To manage the foods, the shelter, the work and the play of a household, say, of husband, wife and three children, requires considerable executive abil- ity. The woman who can do it Is a general in the field. If she cau em- ploy a helper who supplements her labor, so much the better; but the average family has difficulty In find- ing n helper, and the laundry, the baking and general cleaning la done by different persons and all but the latter out of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 September 1910

mm* • .'afi:"'i#1 nHHH| ■i - I .t- '*>■•■■ •t,;v: T.5-. CV^r W;: ""^,' ' ©8 •' ' . ' I1 !■■>!« ■ ' ■ - INK ALTO i:. i;. AUT:N. :uali> Proprietor. IPT1 ''J NATL Notice of Election. " Millinery Announcement. . | ! Mrs. N, G. Agnew ail- County ot Cherokee. ! , , _ „ , . The State of Texas, j , nomices her Fall Miovvtng ot Whereas, I. R. L. Robin-! TptoDate Millinery for Fri- Coiinty |tulpe of Cher-1day. Sept. 30th. Every one cordially invited (>j si' 'U son, - , , , . . - ok(ccon!'t\, Texas, have been cordially invited to call •thinned by thirty-Mx citi-Uee same. You will sec /ens of the incorporated town swcllest line ever brought to of Aito, Cherokee county, the city. r put Tex;r int ed P to tin .1! '11 < 1 Dist IK., :titioning ami pray- that an election be order- in and for said town afore- said to abolish said corpora-1 lion, and said petition being' now 011 file at u\y officein said; town ol Rusk, Cherokee coun ly, 'l ex is,; and it appearing i that s iid Town ol Al...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 September 1910

Tin: altohkiiau) K. K. ALLKN, Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One War SiKi Six Months Three Months All subscriptions arc payable in advance. No nauie will he put on the UioLs until pai>l for. A "Law-Sick" Country, A Massachusetts ninn, Lin- coln C. Cunirtiings, iu the New \ ork rribune, diagnoses the national ailment iu this wise: "This country needs a rest fro a new and drastic laws, ol hold and untried schemes, uud instead an era of obedi- ence to the law as written, or the repeal of impossible stat- n'es. 11 is apparent that tlic country is lawsick, and as aulidole laws (and many ot tlicinl are disregarded and evaded. ICvasiou of any law breeds contempt for all law, and this condition promises progress backwards and spells chaos. "This country needs to ex ercise itself iu repeal instead of increaae; in enforcement of present laws instead of whole- sale manufacture of new ones; ihat the good, red, corpuscles of common prosperity shall circulate 111 the body politic." There is sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 September 1910

J§ K >i MjKgu. -■ mSK ■-JKL WWWV- ■ WBfjjgKM xfWJ*. 'rk.- .fW^^^STL&liMSBi A ALTO DISTRICT LOCAL INSTITUTE or Patrons and 7cachcrs to be Held at Granrc Hull School House, Saturday, Oct. 1st—9:30 a. ni, to 4 p. w. , PROGRAM Song Invocation Address of Welcome Response The Real ()bject nf the Public School What the Community Expects of the I,. Ii. Titidal 1 B. M. < >liver .S. I;. Spark man *eacher I We Are Getting Ready F< >R 1AI.L BUSINESS t W. M. Rlantou, Mr. 11. I >. Power i i )iialiiications of a Good Trustee. Miss Myrtle Rook, T. A. Arrant ! Reading in the Primary Grades .. Miss Lena Campbell The Respect 1 Owe My Teacher Delia IJles Dinner On the Grounds. Everybody invited to feast on the grounds. Grange ' Hall never fails to have more than the crowd can eat, it matters not how large, AFTERN< H >\* S'ouir I Beualits Derived from a Good I.i 1 >rai \ and How to Secure Such... B. Stadler. Miss Pearl Sessions Local Taxation audSoim Needed Legislation J, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 September 1910

MMi / •i t - , •;.tW!v' i vW>«,y 4$gi$v!£ 1 ■*. JUDGE TOWNSEND ADDRESSES THE OLD SOLDIERS. ludgo W. J. Tounsen;!, Jr., 0f I.utkin, was a visitor 111 Alto yesterday, in attendance upon the Old Soldier-.' Reunion. and by in- vitation made a stirring address in behalf of the "lost came," recount- ing the di >-«K of valor*cf llie old s >ldier and heroic self-sacrifice of his widow. He favored an amendment to the pension law, to make as liberal appreciation as is possible to the Confederate soldiets who were drawing pensions and their widows, ai d advocated the elimination of pf the "pauper's oath," as is required now under the law before Un- drawing of their vouchers, aiid instead, to permit the comir.issioners' court of the counties to approve th- same and to have voncliers issued direct to the old soldiers and their widows, t!ms doing away with a Hood deal of "rud tape," as well as humiliation to the old soldier. Judge rownsenti is a fluent speaker and made a ^ood impression ...

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