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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 October 1910

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Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 October 1910

. rtf ST 1/ SERVE BANANAS iNY WAYS OF COOKINQ THfc LUSCIOUS FRUIT. Iked Bananas With Raisin Sauc« a Diah That la Hard to Realat— Othar Way* of Biking the Fruit. .Baked Bananas with fta.'sln 8auce. •■Four bananaa, one-half cupful of ded raisins, one half cupful of gar. one teaspoonful of cornstarch, ■e tablespoonful of butter, one-third a lemon, one and a half cupfuls of illnx water. Pull down a aectlon of akin of each banana, loosen pulp, fed remove coarae threads that ad re (o the akin. Return pulp to akin original position. I .ay In iigate pan ad bake In medium hot oven till kin Is black and pulp aoft. To nerve, remove each bantny from akin and irrang^ on serving (Hah Pour over hem raisin sauce made an follow*: Dok the one half cupful of seeded llflna In one and one-half cupfula of oiling water. Add water while cook- Br If needed. When soft add one- ilf cupful of sugnr and on« teaspoon- jl of cornstarch ullutcd In two table- llipoonfuls of cold water, and let sim- per ten minutes....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 October 1910

■' ■■■■ ■■■ M ■ — i ■ I I 1 § \,., t T if. or uotfir.> 1 fabric pattern. But after the 1. is; i >or ib!c <>u may n>t i' -iv be dc r < ,u!i :ncnt.o arc satisfied itry'o worth, i hi t iTi. i Ly the service your y<ur ID' in omy r.>«* gcloiu I clothes ftivr. Tryorjff .f thi-w C:)klman-Bock:r<an curls or overcoat . Style, fit and luoi c r re up-to-thc- moment, and wo tfive you an iron-clad Guar- antee Cert,feat*, signed by the makers, assuring you of satisfactory wear. Civic Improvement. Iti every newspaper, aln.ost, Ione ]>icks up, the subject of civic attractiveness is beinu discussed. Whether the town-. lid small cities recognize ii | • not, people who make dc livable citizens are jjoinj: lo ive where they find clean, well kept streets, sidewalks ill ;.ttraclive lawns and j homes.— [Abilene Reporier. And the time is here when! ' *■' ( tow n that expects to reap ,n\ 1 etiefit from the great r • ' e of immigration now pour- ing into this state, must take 6h...

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

mmmm **r-r _ .11 i mmmm \ Si so s~>y&jtjL Cnlcirc lonimrv.. . I'Kti .<11 lh«-. .11(0, I «-x<i >o*torricc « SerciM'ICus> rialinallcrA<. 0'Con<jrci> flon (•>. VOLUUE X ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1910 Number 48 SUPPOSE? Just suppose you start an account with us. A1 right-and on your way that day you lose j'our bank books, Your loss is nothing Suppose you don't start an account with us—011 your way home lose your pocketbook, Your loss is How Much? We Want your business. THE ALTO STATE BANK M. C. Parrisli, Cashier. M. F. McClure, Vice-President. T. D. Miller, Cashier. M. .. - 1 •- ' - Grapeland Bank Robbed. Grapeland, Houston Co., Tex., Oct, 31.-The Farmers and Merchants State Bank at this place was blown open and robbed last night between 1; and 2 o'clock by unknown par- ties. From the way they plan- ned and worked it is thought they must have bceu"expert hands iu the business. They built several places of protec- tion by piling up baled shing- les...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 November 1910

fT I i | Ml: ALIO llhkAl 1. 1. 4111 fV. t'liprlelor ■ TWO HERO MEDALS BABY'S TENDER SKIN A I I U. 'j i; \ A DRAWN BY TEXANS Chafed, Sore and Bleeding Quickly Cured Isn't ii kU'uiiko bow automobiles : * cm t take a Juk' T W. B. McANALLY OF PLANO AND JOHN R. RANSOM OF C LEBURNE. Possibly <•><• society ■muBK'*-'" >■ ; only u kleptomaniac. r.irn■ i ii ■: j ii< i.nmiy FACE DEATH TO SAVE OTHERS l.niii)]' U, luJ'H golden ■ KKM rorllnnd i-iimhi is lo be cbeaper— bate you trliil dim'HtiriK it' Summer keep* runnltiK back for lutii i nc more parting word Enter Gas Filled WeM to Re cue j Workmen from Certain Death from Damp. I 'droit goat cnts a Jib bill. Well, w lint goat fvr gof Indigestion from twallowing ton bones? Til.' Hi: a III break, in w five 11nlInr bllU will bo mivh an cxelinngi' Kosler to too, wv presume. TIu'kp are flue duyH to And mush- roouiH if ,miii feel 111 tb next duy, you'll know thai von didn't All I'MMiurg, l'a Not !• The Carno- KI•' Hero Fund ("oninilKHlon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 November 1910

ixl* sss ■- ■? « Pink* upound tod i" : u ■ J'dla J' ind 11,1 ,'o no n r« l'lrs'. - IS ML CIRCULAR 5TAIRCA5L Vvmary ❖ p ROBERTS ❖ MNEHART ELiammNs DY n•yW*Jr*-r*J: v*wr«M #r T / SYNOPSIS. flpn Inn'*. nplnm.T and (tunrrtlnn of frltntU- ami HhIki'V. •'MnhllHlnHl summer *ilqu«rti>rii ut Huhnynlih- Amidst', ntl' Eprouff difficulties the Hi-rvaniK de ort"<l i Mies lnnes looked up for the nlaht, R><> nut ■tnrtli'il by n ilHik tlRiiro on th" Kernnrtn. 8h>* passed a terrible nlsht, fchli li wan nu-l with unseemly noises pn the mornlnK Ml** lnnes found n In , a clothe* |knmp<-r Qertrude ami llslsry nrrl ■rant:- link cuff button IVM >lth .lark Halley. The house «al awak- rteil by a revolver shot. A strsiiite man Ira* found shnt to death In the hall. proved to be the "body of Arnold Arin- ttronif who.se banker father owned the nuntrv .house. Miss 1 rates f«uni.JUL\ ey'K revolver on the lawn. He and Jark knilev had dlaappenred. The link tuff button mysteriously disappeare...

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

HI ■ ytwwumriw *#.£a r.-« sEMCfflunwBSBi^saMM'®-1 ** •* «-* A^uk^. ..tea-*: ri MV*V«VYArs5f Wm-VV^' «? - S! * , 5: £ I This Space M-. Blanton Bros, will keep }ou informed regarding the Lat- est and best to be had in Dry Goods, Notions, Milli- nery, Men's and Boys' Cloth- ing, Hats, Caps,S hoes, &c„ at prices that will compel attention. Call at our store and will gladly show you, A. C. HARRISON DRUG CO. Oldest Established D; ug Store in East Texas. Wo wili Appreciate a Part of Your l'atronjge. We do not expect all of it SOMETHING COLD ALL THE TIME. Our Cold Drinks and Cream arc as Pure as can be made, Prescription work is Our Specialty I 1. K ?: 5; i; S? jjm ^ "mmmfmw. k.WW,. W.WWW/WW>5 Blanton Bros. I. .lid OWIIC - Wl'O wish re li.il)> tenants should not for- f l lli.it prosperous vinics have tnd yc.ti will have little d:tTi t ulty in getting a f> « 1 tenant. (harm and Ranch. Mothers' Club. The third tnc ting of tlie Mother*' Cinl) will convene at the school house next ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 November 1910

*1 J lUat'ldtlA J* n a. iais" 'ifjkx^ssan rtsirjmuwuzucmrzues&BSfz-'jf DOSS'T BE CONSTIPATED Everyone knows wliewhe ii constipated, and eTery- one should know the risk he is running when he fails to promptly correct it. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Rs i Bowel Tonic and Regulator. It empties the bowels just as thoroughly aa the harsh, griping cathartics and does it mildly, comfortably, pleas- antly. Moreover, it leaves a beneficial influence behind it because the bowels remain healthy and regular thus there ia no return to constipated conditions. Oet tha OwuIm with tb* Plgure "J" In Red on Fraat Label. Sold by Druggists. Prkc $1.00 p*r bottle. . mrrwrcr j-?r...naL- nBSittSUBI A Tender Hoarted Mdid. Once upon a time there Expert Farmers. John Kay, of Scldon, Texas, says he has been studying farming under his sons who lived a child of -i.-'e n.i.-n and man tiers mild; --iio was so tender and so kind sho wept jjoined the I3oys' Corn eluh at to see a window '> ind. She StephenviUe. The boy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 November 1910

"Sift aito 11 Whom i. ima i Diagnosis It . Met Hod May Have Been Right, but Here He wai at Fault. [, ' I!. I tllilt t ll •• )flt< ' - > llstt- . it. ;il world In I! •• asser :i (|'irHir hit he Is nil'*1 by in (i i i iMcni' i eye, to make ,,, < ii ibhiihim of the complaint ,vhh ft lli pi tl''tit In f1'fK this really a<* novel Ss.lt Isaiupposed i , i,,. • | • olleet h>- tflng some time ,!«,! hi m i'm I'll who ml iii to ii patient ■iri.l'T e \ B llll nation "I <'l*n • i|i|i.miiiiii" ot your light , rite mull. ' w|i|i miii Von in from 'liver'" ]i tidied *4be imtlcnt ' fiir'iii il "floetot -"It -! i nl>' tlwit your ll\ it If WtIO « M DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN important news OF THE EN- TIRE week REDUCED FOR busy READERS. CONDENSED AND IMPORTANT • | y ii, in.-. <|ortoi\" mi id tin* Jill !!-iif . M«-silly My evrv I ,,,M Kin by Marriage" A alliM w iim tiilkln*; t ci ii h in <i II JIar 1« 111 mrl who ih «'\'ni\ a^uiitly loud nf .tier 11mifIm'I Sli«' liU«M Idt futls<«r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 November 1910

lift* m 4v:t TO. h'li'InL • 4!IIS tfm -a „ Fit for Any Woman In Texas. Th« laUal In Bytton IWt.i A NO' by, «.« .ho. tkm wif| fit life . Md B;Vf |ong „ (This 11 StyU Mo. /Mi.) I. i. m*, l ,h« KtM P1N(1I C«* with Dull Urn Kid Top; EiN^icn Edge rtiMjr htrf.iraUii Pattern, T« lack HmJ; Olympic T*. \ * Muritil,, >,.w r,, . „,r> It km 4m* •! km lh<B>—writ* u . - Howard & Lively General: Merchandise! NEW AND UPTODATE Dry GoodS, Notions, Shoe5, HcitS, Fresh Groceries, &c., at Prices to Suit, If its First/Qass, You'll Find it Here! Your Putronngc Solicited. Howard & Lively, Alt-r; exas THK ALTO HERALD K. E. ALLKN. Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Our War $1.00 SixJMontils 50 Three Months 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will he put on tlic books until jwid for. B. ■ . — ' 1 "The final object in life if Hot to make more money, bu to use one's self and one'? money in developing a higbe; type of lifo in better endeavar1 and better society.'" Texas citie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 November 1910

jtF 1 •M I ■ ai ESB ' W "v ' "-"Ik1 ■"' <«i; •**,*!«< "VW iiwMsi*'" " ■ -m |~M> JUL. . , I Ill; asKF. §te :;'9y. i I ii. J... KI^ise T v' i l r -« JW ■ r, * \J 2 \ <• . v am p, .-e.5 £ u 1-c ,8 of the dny"' to : > 4 rs hf :i>; nf any oil r newspg. )?•" •the proof, furnished by our r: ::'/liters: >■ ■ .*■■■ - w; ..; ". c • :'.' •• . .v r -i Dead if, Los Ar.g . ./ --v: ! oiix Worth sawabafiMG^J:: .-^ V tey. ;::'.ifl!!ui j, "y Wtm Ti.l! M. ' e xmn^ -i' ' - .-i'Ttapc- : ••• ■ • • *fjf-£ FOET WORTH R£ ' ' (TTJto r- • i ■• '. M -i !*•' IH'K |-,V HMH «VOI 1 ix* ■■ "'/ c^-sors ?*&**Ksdsb building V - IT' • ... ii'-iLT CJ, . IIA'-CE HARVEST OF PEATj BIDES IN ( ,• WRlfS liES Mitt sU • H 1 ' A J .'">( (If .NiyBf : 3H'ffiS': Wift -*?* v «*®Ur t KSIfttw mm: l f—Tt ' j| . . ^ tiMOEKinpJ i s i ■'/• ****«■■ r<y* •. «• -r:w i ri.r. . ! r t ii * '■ " *' • '*T:«siSw ICS ABES NFWSP/ IV E !S WSEOT RACE; FrS: -^11 « IIS CM ; • 1 - - • —a u(< i'-;,i ! ■ *1..'^ >'l Sptt...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 November 1910

NMMMP * i ' ■'' 1 si -^r >wilt OELICATE DISH CF CHICKEN h« i Something a Little Bit Out of the Ordinary—Hint for the Young Houtewlfe. This In n very pretention* and yet may dish for tho young wife to at tempt CbooRo a Rood rOBMtliig (owl of about three and a biilf In four pounds. Dismember It and soak after thorough washing In clear, cold wa- ll. Dredge the pieces slightly with flour, salt and pepper lightly and brown delicately In lard or olive oil. Then put them in a deep saucepan and cover with the stock, which must be prepared beforehand by boiling the neck, glbleis and feet of the bird In water with an onion and savory herbs. Set the vessel over a slow lire and cook covered, adding, when a quarter done, one large ripe tomato, a green pepper denuded of seeds and quite a quantity of paprika Half a clovo of garlic cooked Irom the be- ginning. with the chicken will add to the taste. It must be thoroughly teuder when done, but not In rugs, and plain boiled rice flanks the dish ad...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 November 1910

Muttr* firm & SmmwhSBw 1 "a U ®pi t\M m~ ,t ( :\irru Ctrwwnt wi'«A Com*rUhU CMar ) An Example of Clothes- Making Economy. I he ctiititi^ department > 1 the great C oldm*n-BecVm n tailoring iliops in C'iria.inuli is an example «■( sfucjahst worlmaiuhifi Combined with rare o[*ratinR tconomits. jAiuI this economy is yiven yon Hi extra quality at a low jtnee. 1 he meth yl <1 procedure ii a* follows: i he .".re 'pir id i .1 t.iLlcs over 100 (eel long m (our I i mx t!...! ,< c.i (Spending on the weight of the fabric) aie • ..efuil- and evenly laid to that there i« not 11 wrinkle in the e din quantity. Expert markers then pro- ceed I : mark the t p I >ver ! r a given sue niil <>r overcoat. Afirr which e.x|>i rt cuttera p:o<ecd cutting 'lie four or six layers at a M.'iglc 1 pe i(i.jh with a rpcci d culling machine, i Inis !>v two cjicraiio;,. (in...ni • ar.'l cu'.'ir^), and with < xpe t men. we i.'.c inplidi exc<:'itioiu> 11 y inil what would require ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 November 1910

* ' tg£ BACKACHE Is an Indication of kidney trouble. It means much to the victim hccausc the deadly Bright'# Disease begins in just such symptoms. mm ASH BITTERS Is a successful remedy /or diseased kidneys. It strengthens the suffering kidneys, helps them perform their duties properly and by cleansing and regulating the bowels it drives out unhealthy con- ditions; restores strength and vigorous health. Oct the Ocnulne with the Figure "3" In Red on Front L«bel. Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. Caplists at Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Texas, Nov. 8.1 —Already Baptist:; from dif- ferent portions of the State] ■are arriving on every Incoming train to attend the annual ]' ; - tist missionary association' |which met here today. Tlii.-. morning the pastors' conki- ence was held at the new ; Methodist church buildiag and ^ the women's meeting was held at the l'irst Baptist eluirch. It is expected that by night I tiie city will be full of visiting ; Baptists, The number having alrea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 November 1910

*+ * M % TMli I uro herald TEXAS CATTLEMEN GET VERY BUSY THE LEMUR A CHARMING PET I. I. *111 N, Proprietor A J .1 0. i I.XAS Let u. h.ve only denatured uutomo TO PREVENT RAISING QU>RAN- ... ua 1 uu- TINE LINE OVER TEXAS. KillC I'lUtftf. Are tin aut< rnr«'f livJf.g l« niAk* bull light* aj i«i«r buruHiic? Htill, at Itf- new price. radium will iihrdJ> L c u nil'Htltiitb f< i « "i l. The new I- lllln will !*• Mi.allt r That k u|*pro|>rlat« tlic-> act nunllvr. < < m n< < t le u I woiuftL ♦*ari Ml $10,000 litkt iiur acliiiiK * tli« 'J -; thing 8i fur norit <>f <'ur aviator* ha* b«'«n •uiM i-h-nful enough u bnaK Intf vaudt* ▼lilt All th« j plliTi flight Di i k i HHlrnlFt < HII M « 1* a MK crowd !ii an ai rcv ►tin CO OPERATE WITH UNCLE SAM More Than Two Hundred Delffl *t^ T.ikf Part and Hear Official*. \j. i;, i j f\ Sir. ► I )r • K 1*. Hldom « ' Wjtv)ilnK "n. K. J* AlUn Oklahoma <*i?> and Fraud It Kin r« M*nt«*d tl*'" ' nl't <1 in the mat*...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 November 1910

*r mm 4 I w w M' I !,'W r TH K ALTO HERALD ^ !'<• AIilihN, Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATF.a (>n * \ <ji _oq Six Months Three Months All sulKicriptions arc payable in advance. N'o nauic will be put on the books until paid for. 'Jfce N"a<flajia.ii Literary Society. After an interesting pro era in was rendered by the pit* pils oi tUv Redlawn school, j the literary society was.ire- organized Oct. 22nd, and the following officers'elected: (). I\ Rogers, President. J. W. Cole, \'. President. MissJ.ela Rhodes,'Se?. Miss Bessie XlcClaine, As- sistant Secretary. The services of Mr. J. L. Middleton *:j,h,hjs good string band were engaged to furnish | yinsie for each meeting, which j will be every Satnday night' before the second and fourth Sundays, at S (/clock. Fol-! losing is t^iu jiuigrajn. for! Nov. 1.3th: Recitation—Paul Sartaiue. Song—Lela and Viola Rhodes, j play—Carl Rogers and Bun-! i<m Willis. Song—Bunion Willis, play-—Claudie Middletou aud Coy Cole. Play—Jewel Cole, J...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 November 1910

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 November 1910

>i i i" mum ;«■ ft ' is THE CIRCULAR STAIRCASE BY MARY ❖ ^ ROBERTS ❖ RIME HART unarmton<s py R*>w/r*'S C$rr*C#T f*>B Mr MMJ vi ' SYNOPSIS. Ml** Inn***. spinster an-! t? i it flan of n<rlru<ln mii*1 HhU««* Huitiin« r •>oml<|iinrtcr* r t flUinnynltl* Amltlal ti«• - •norou.H th * i«"i unt* rt *.l An Ml** ImtM l«* k« il ' p ft! •• nUht. •be was •tartl d by a d irk fli?ur«* on i!>«• veranda. Hh * a tiMtihlu nli{h(, which wn* l!lt«*«1 with unw•nu\ nol In th tnornlnx Mi«* 1mi>«vh foumt • mtuhko link own button it cloth**" hamper. (bTtruib* u «1 lliilmy arrival with Jack Hallow The limine w .i§ aw ik e-n« «l by a revolver shot A *trang«> tmin I wom found nhot t•> <leath, in th" hall. If prnvcil to !m tin* IkhJv f Arnold Arm- mroiiK. who e banker father own«*<l the country houae. Minn Jane* found Hoi- •••v h revolver on the lawn. H« on«l Jack llalley had dlaupp^urcri. Thf link CU(T button myntf i IimihIv <1l*ap|>earc«l I f- t>ctiv* Jamh'Mon ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 November 1910

mm . . '• n ■•ytt+y**-'•!*. " *+* v>'HW ■"**+■ ■>)***> -mmm Wrui'i' Texas a benefactor. Texas is a slate of utility birds. The stotk trcupicd Crs and money makers to the the spot lights duriug the ('anncr. The Improvement of icusus enumeration md made1 public highways decrease pro- (.iOOCi lOcAOJJ ill t, ui Ut* ve.ti'Cis as well as lime sav- the state famous with its re- markable achievements. Now amies the Tex;i.s Thanksgiv- ing turkey, whose ;.:0'>ble is iK..r«l throughout the Nation icxis is preparing to ship 2,001.000 turkeys to the northern and eastern markets fur Tliuuksgiv in^. \\ h< 11 111< natioa arises to thank ( od from whom ail b'v-sings flow, the s'.'ould i'.-memher that 1 i.x.i . mal e; Thanksgiving lea is pos.-ib'c. Our cotton clot lies |tlie world, our meat feeds both hemispheres and our tut keys banquet the na-- lion. Texans have something to be thanklill for I esides lot lives and perpetual sunshine. Will Prciiioto. Be.iuty. tanity in a coaunuuity...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 November 1910

m SM05PPW <1 fnterre lomjmv,.*. inoi.atllu-. fllio Von; mk X Cbc Blto Herald. sflce oiSeroniJC'HS'MdlinaHcrA, l^'Conorr*.*. n<trrM.H7f> f\LTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1910 Number 49 Take Warning! A man from Nacogdoches County was here last week and said lie had just lost his house and all his furniture by fire and $1100 in ('ash Hurried wUh the House You see we can insure you against ihe loss money by fire, burglars and failures. Your money is safe with us. THE ALTO STATE BANK M. C. Parrish, Cashier. M. E. McClure, Vice-President. T 1). Miller, Cashier. A POLITICAL UPHEAVAL; Almost a Tidal Wave—cour East' ern States Join the Demo' cratic Column. COLQUITT'S MAJORITY 130,000 The Vote Polled in This State Was Unusally Light. A Negro Killing. As a result of a family row amongst negroes last Friday Anti.American Demonstration City of Mexico, Nov. 8.— A crowd of men and boys var- night near Grange Hall, Mar- iously estimated at from i,oco tin Brown was shot and in-, to 1,20...

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