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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 December 1910

•wir "yiwrv * A 1 1 * i •■Ul'.H" ■' IU1WOT Bring Heaven to Earth. I le who goc£ into rapturi in contemplating and about (the heavenly city <1 ,«rlv Bnl« .n.d RoW«n .tresis j in n!cr that #l.c patrons of ffj o may know what to I.I- Some Postoffice Rules. An e*chango s.'iys that the www I (T does noticing to im-'tnec: iii, inn go -but prove uk' town in which he lives i.s 1,1 i wr\ iiktly to have his <1 renin of the future real- ized. It he wi 1.1 but busy'-1 Itimsetli to better exac "No letters Riven out until they have been received. If you"don't get a letter or a pa- per on the day you expect it conditions |)ave t]lc postmaster , , the Holidays. talking postmaster ot *ts to\\ u iias, fonmi'.atea th_- foilowing,rules As we have o.er 670 stu dents now iu daily attendance, many coming from a great distance and could not well afford to go home to .spend the holidays, others anxious to fiuish their courses, that they, may accept positions awaiting them at the earliest possible 1 da...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 December 1910

mmummmrn I 111 •r. of th« '/ A V The Midnight ne Jitonw Carnival ■ SANITATION IN SCHOOLS Ml, At mldnlKlit, when the liouaa In dark. The dictionary hna n lark; It turn. on the library ahrlf And .lowly open* by llaolf-— Then nil the worda In all the world coma rmnplnjr from It* paieea, 8e.qiilpe<lnllan wont. that oft hav. pu - aleil aolemn .aites, ■Anil obaolrtr exproalon. that aro never heard of now — Their rusty Joint* irlve rvwty creoka a. Ktntely they bow; The little airy, fnlry worda (to dancing here and there. While nicked wnrda one muat not know Jual atand about and nwcar. Bui O. It docs them lot.* of icood to leave their .trained position* / tAnd have an hour of oxcri'lso without their definitions. One night I chanced to take a nap. The dictionary In my lap. And Ju.t at midnight by the clock I had a moat Impreanlv* ahock. For ailently ami atealttally the worda. by twoa and alnsrle. Came popplnx from the bulky book and all begun to mingle. Th. funny words wero frolicking, th...

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

' • v. ■ -•• .--V'" ^v*W5i i 1 *ll < * ^^^^^so*^^^^^^*e*^ * > A \ V? v'*, ^ * /" A V X >f fl vy w *1 II t :i n y w < w * T , To i<ai:iiHar With (he Price:; and Values i. i ftkrofoandise in Our Store r* a f ft' \y O a Vi- r c r rv . ta u '*w ■*>'... w; r tsiOTri\va.?7CTPri'cn*wiK a<rsR.!cwix.'e.'jai3i* *••' o SS.'&JW'***' -' •■.,I^IVK.v''i O n- f :i:i i<. fo 'a v 1 hp ?\?< re ben 'is: io T ■ rge Ouantitie the Ion : years of successful busin ->s op -ation in th(3 county, end the thorough *tf ® knov.-l ',-c o: In t > l:uy ani whe- to '•> /, .'3 enough guarantee to assure every patron more than a sitisfactor/ deal in ou*- house. I lie fy bu-.IoL-.' .. or <• t.-sin:- 1 •; ofcain D.-./ ij a -.ratifying acknowledgement of our untiring efforts to supply the trading public with nn-p .A i t; that's :•'1 t in pti.e, quality and style 0 1 we are' not eontc.it with all of that? our chicf aim is towaid selling ct-t! be Iter go ds i I 4 i A, i H I ■J i 71...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 December 1910

/ 0 Oidjc r r w * i i s Mi.-rri- l<muorv..ft. I'wi .ni ihr. Aito.l.-xo 'o.foffire MSecM<ICuunalirioH«-i \e iotOnwres rioi'< t vi 7* Volume XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEMLER 8, tgio N umber ,i THE DRY WEATHER If your house should g^t on fire this dry weather, it would be almost impssible to save it. MONEY IN THE HOUSE is not safe. MONEY IN OUR BANK IS SAFE. WE take care of your valuable pa pers free of charge. THE ALTO STATE BANK M. C. Parrish, Cashier. M. E. MeClure, Vice-President. T 1). Miller, Cashier. The Mothers' Club. The Mothers' Club is grow- ing in interest and numbers. The meeting last Satiuday evening was a big sweeps. When we meet again oil the first Monday in January, old 1910 will be numbered with tiie past. Commence the new year by joining our numixi, Cigarette Causes $5,000 Biazo. Georgetown, Tex., Dee 6.— The Florence High School Building, eighteen miles north oi here, burned la«t night. The fire, it. is said, caught from a cigarette. Loss about $5,000; in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 December 1910

I' r ■ I TMIi ALTO MliKAl.l 1.I. A111 N. Proprirtur I I I TK\v E AI iTO, IK UFT MESSAGE A hove all. do uot forget your over- I _______ - PRESIDENT POINTS OUT NECES- Codfinh Ik scarce and high, and a aiTY OF CURTAILING EXPEN- Sibball trust lb *u*pecled. 8ES T0 LAWMAKERS. In iinine respects thin ha* already — kern an old-fashioned wtotor. And no far no ono has Invented a •ofl spot for aviator* to fall on. The English court* have iimall tin® lor hypothetical question* or tiralu- itorm*. Ono thing Is certain, I hern In plenty pf room for avtatorH to uiuko high fly- UK record* In. The Ideas of tho weather clerk are ixcellent, hut the stubborn cllmatu will not adopt them. The nervous wreck* In Newport are the grocers who cannot collect bill* lue from the 400. In football, aa In politic# you cannot tlway* tell The same la true of aive and the atock market*, bow. #ver. There are 61 active volcunoe* In fapan, notwithstanding the fact that to political campaign la going on lu fapan. Pocket* I...

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

5> lr U THE CIRCULAR 5TAIRCASE sch ROBERTS ♦ MINEHAUT tLLlummrte BY %*rr*u*r /—9 s* i<mj awt/ot r 8YNOPSI3. Miss Inn« s, spinster and miardlan of Oertrud* and Halsey, established summer headquarters al Sunnyslde. Amidst nu- merous difficulties the servant# deserted. An Mian Innes locked up for the nlffht she waa startled by a dark figure on the veranda Unseemly noises disturbed her -during the night. In the morning Mlsa Innes found a strange link cuff-button In * hamper. Gertrude and Ilalaey arrived with .lack Bailey. The house was awak- ened by a revolver shot and Arnold Arm- strong waa found shot to death In the hall. Mis* Innes found llalsey'a revolver •on the lawn. He and Jack Bailey had dis- appeared. The link cuff-button mysteri- ously disappeared. Detective Jamleson arrived. Gertrude revealed she waa en- jraced to Jack Bailey, with whom she- talked In the billiard room a few mo- ments before the murder. Jarnleson ac- cused Mlsa Innes of holding back evi- dence. lie Impr...

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

■"••*• <*v% —-■■■ - - Mft w . I ! pnO~ .J—nMnJHHMf'^^WH *tr -JL.i, \ t J Til •:. :•: ALTO 11 KHALI) \L?,KN. Proprietor. the mi98in0 biro. "ITow do you find thn chicken oup tonight, Mr. Newcomb?" <|uoried tlx baording-hoiis'' Undlndy. "I have no difficulty in finding th« doiip, Mm. Hnslier," he replied, "bnt | I nm inclined to fliink the clucken j jj vrill be able to prove an alibi." . y. l• •■■ JOSUJJMicuav -.XZiSCZie. <>" I - Warning! I Winter's Chilly Breezes Are Drawing Upon Is! opuiciit, In-1 111 prog first in industrial opportuit tic ■ < f ail the in the Wnion. I in Don't forget to n • n little will i>< |>ut I>i,'kl\ As: I '.itt< r • \vh tiev r lilt toiniK'h or howels ar.- disor Icrtd 11 quickly corrects s-i h troubles firs1 in devel- you feel liinht and re*s and 1 (leerful. A. C. Harrison 1 rug Co SjHi ial Agci.ts. u then 8he went. "I'm going home to my mother!" "I don't like her very well, but I'm eorry for her." Ill this issue ol The Herald v>...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 December 1910

MJMtfgnflUe I W>2 DON'T BE CONSTIPATED Everyone Icnows when he is constipated, and every- one ahould know the risk he is running when he (ails to promptly correct it. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is a Bowel Tonic and Regulator. It empties the bowels jutt ns thoroughly as the harsh, gfiping cathartics and docs it mildly, comfortably, pleas- untly. Moreover, it leaves a beneficial influence behind it l>ccau e the bowels remain healthy and regular thus there is no return to constipated conditions. G«t the (lenulno with the Flzure "J" In Red on front Label. Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. tun n ng u th be ived from Where Mai! Order Holies Win. The big {mail order houses a >ree tha* their 1 >.*st !>•>sin • - s c>mes from thu c f s and towns where the 1<>. il in^iv chat? do t!is; It;: t a«iv.tiisiiip and make the lea ,t effort to get businesf. This is natur;i . too, fo- the people have 1 ecu j ;i^c a,u^ ' creas educated up to watchiug the)11 • papers for ban&g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 December 1910

\s*m i ■M ■ h TRUST z % WPi TEXAS FARMS WORTH BILLION AND A HALF COMMISSIONER KONE SUBMITS A REPORT. YOURS Yours for uoi- foi mily. Yours for preal- est leavening I power. Youra for never (filing results. Yours for purity. Youri for economy. Yours for every- thing (hat k< c to make up a strictly high grade, ever- de pen liable baking powder. That is Calumet. Try it once and note the im- provement in your link- in# Sro how much morn ! economical over tho lunb- priccd trust brands, how much better than (ho cheap and big-can kinds. Calumet i highest in <juality —moderate in cost. Reccivrd lli||}i t Award- World's Pure Food Exposition. ; i in. Admitted. "Women Already do a lot of. gov- erning-, said Mrs. O II 1', Dolinont, tho brilliant HtiffrsKe Icador, In tin Interview in Now York. "Men. If I hey are oln-'-rvunt mid frnnk, admit Unit "An editor, about to marry, wa asked by it friend: " 'What prompted you, old man, to proposo to MIbh IuikIi?" "The editor, who watt, Ilko all ed It...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 December 1910

H.Ju ■. , N. T. i lined "Now mak« to ba a* mtnln noful In th« nark, tiling drea * h* aoltf •r *1 torn- Iroa n If amp d c. • v. r«4 ■Ml :k rife K>l rr* ri 3 Oft E B* * u f i <:W A GOOD BIG STOCK OF Buggies, Harness, Saddles, Stoves and Furniture in Our Store AND A BIG LOT FULL OF Waeons, Stalk Cutters, Cultivator Har- rows, Steel Plows. &c. Spccial Bargains on Wagon3 and Farming Implements Until January 1st. Come and See Our Stock, The Alto Trading Co. "Our Prices Win.' THE ALTO HERALD E. I'. ALLEN. Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year $i .00 Six Mouths 50 V'^PJirce Months . 25 All subscriptions are payable in • advance. No name will be put - on the books until paid for. |p A Sermon by the Way. Jil good or bad. this much vrz know, Life's what we make it as Wit go. In time of stress' be brave, and true And put you heart til all you do. Forgetting not that matin ;rs kind Will leave a golden glow behind. And those who sp.ak a cheer *y thai way brush away a tear. 80 live in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 December 1910

i * I HMpm | " 11 i FEW MOTIVES CAN BE PUftE women in poutics. nu-j l'ii m.u .pi mt M««i A fuffr«ae Wit- Ictm llluetratlon to CmphaaU* His Point. J. BohiefTelin, ree-pnrsi.- ilcai.of the Men's League for \\ om- ra'i Suffrage, atid at one of his stri- king suffrage meeting* m 2iai Hu- I ®f I, • i 'If vre studied questions with the. ion clesiiv of getting st the truth,' lit'KU no doubt, we should all be suf- But we ran never up- j-«ii4ch ft (j'lettiuii, i( seems, without' inking (rides, without becoming parti-j s«n\ and «* partiwajiH, in our hot ► iS!i to vanquiah the other party,; truth beecimes a little bit ohrurvd. | '"£>w motives, in tin* world, eni* ! n fwire. That is our great trouble."; Mr Schieffclin sinilod ami re-j aotiiod : "A clerk wept bitterly on th#l bench one stormy day while out on* ?he boiling oen tossed n coeklcshelh a fishing boat wherein ant his en*-1 [*iorer. As the rlerk watched with, avoF the little (fat now buriedj •ufler whit* foam, now shooting for-, wafd...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 December 1910

1l • ts :c ill to <\ :T •c P. OK ? it H I 1 i K: lv. A ? I E ACCURACY AND PUBLICITY PROVES TO BE A POPULAR MOTTO. •rompt Response to Bold Move of President Vail.—"Accuracy" Reduo •d Western Union's Surplus $13r 000,000.—"Publicity" Restored Con- lldenca and Ita Stock Want Up. Ar« the great financiers of the country beginning to «e« a new light T Time was, until recently In (act. when the men at the head of th« big cor- porations "kept their business to themselves," as far an the law would allow. Capable men at the head of the big conccrns, long realized the weak- ness of their position, but what whs needrd obviously, as In all great re- forms, was an unmistakable occasion and a couragoous man. The occasion •rose In the purchase of the Weslern Union Telegraph company %by the American Telephone and Wcgraph company, and the man appeared m Theodore N. Vail, President of tho purchasing corporation. It was last Decembor when public announcement was made that the Gould holdings of Weste...

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

;2 J1 I V r i i —PiP•"■ • • IMBWhig * * ft i % i '1 '1 4 We Want Every individual To lie Familiar With the Prices an.i Values Oi .Merchandise in Our Store > C! eiBCIKf'V Raner^a? Our iaci tie 'or buying i . rchardise in large quantities are unequaled, and giyes our patrons the advan i age d[ seei ri;; f t our store the best goods, the latest styles, at the lowest prices. * i >1 4 December is V K 4 H 4 VS n \ / ?f sf V-\ a J T V '• n l n The Month of Joy and Anticipation, I.i t us make it doubly so ' v the sph ndid vahu-s we are prepared to give you. Values that an- exceptional, rare and genuine; values that cannot fail t<> lie appreciated by i v> ry unpr<jii '.iced and tali-minded man or woman. We want to .nake December a month of bargain giving; to be ling rcmembeii-d I• *i* the ■ ubstantial benefits derived by the trading public. The prices l-clmv are correct in every detail. Ynii mav safely relv <>:i getting hi re your wants filled a' Saving Prices. Good G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 December 1910

.—«9ta ' i-f rrnlrrrf Inmiuiv.. J, iwil .ill the. flllo. I oxii '.iilnf'KV. osSeccuMK' U .i Mali*lnlfcrA< totconorrs* nnrrl 1. 187" < Volume XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY DECEMBER 15. ioro NUMIlIvK A < a h )i> R i<:s< >i.i "tk >x Fur 1911 wu!d b^. to start an account with THE ALTO STATE BANK, Where you g t good service, splendid accommidations and absolute protection M. C. Parrish, Cashier. M. E. MeClure, \'ice-President. T I). Miller, Cashier. "Plenty of room for voluble papers." 1 > r - '■ := . s Memories. % I'd like to be a boy again, with- out a woe or care, with freckles scat ren d 011 my facc and hayseed in my hair, I'd Jlke to rise at 4 o'clock and do u hundred chore*, saw the wood and feed the hogs and lock the stable doors; and herd the hens and watch the bees and take the mule to drink, and teach the turk.v.; h >\v to swim so they wouldn't sink; and milk about a hundred cows and bring the wood to burn, and stand out in the sun t n*?. ail dfty ati'l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 December 1910

•><*' ■&-? *c*MEto3i ■ . • ,si *3* ' k'W'iwi^ryviciMr'N ■•• «•.-«*•.. KMH^ m mm/mm MM / • ii i What Rcslnol Accomplishes Is Truly Wonderful. I fri'MiK''11 ly bav* i>;«11<• tJt- *!h> ar<• Ir« ibleil with iklu eruption*. and I :ivn taken occii.'ilou to recommend licslnol, uii.I in KOinu cases (In- cure* havo m-cmi'il miraculous, mid lit'i'l I not teen tinmii both before mill after, would Hcarcel> have believed them true. one Imly told me lliat Ktio had spent over $100 111 varloiiH remcdlea, and wan cured with one* f,0e Jar of Hcilnol. It In truly 11 wonderful euro for eczema and otln i Iti lilnK troubles. K M. stevrli*, I). t . R.. Dover, N. H. Sense of Taste. From ti uerleii of experiments re- iem ly made at the l'niverslty of Kail- nan it in evident that tin* average l er- mi i hi tai te the hitter of quinine when one part I* dissolved in fi2,ofHI part* iif water. Salt was detected In wale) when one part to 040 of the liquid was used. Supir could ho taxi- ed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 December 1910

1 - A >Ti ige 1*1 1- •iik-1 •pair A r+n D JO. a. Til "E i and :llvs. t ki Mb, NY tXAl M ico 9(1 0. II- a- iy a T 10 It It • b * 4b How December 23 Was | Chosen f M* — How many pcopln know why Christ- mas came to fall on December 25? Everybody knows that It In tho day celebrated alike by the Catholic, Prot- estant and Greek churches as the na- tivity of Christ, yet nobody knows If it Is the actual dato. The uncertainty Is due to the preju- dice of early Christians against the celebrations of birthdays. They re- garded such a custom as heathenish, and made no exception, even to the Savior's birthday. It was not until Christianity had triumphed, three centuries later, that the prejudice against tho observance of birthdays died out, and an Investl- cntlon as to the dato of Christ's birth- day was begun. Julius, pope or bishop of Rome, asked 8t. Cyril In 386 to ascertain the real anniversary of the nativity. St. Cyril reported tho date to be Decem- ber 25, to the best of Ills knowledg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 December 1910

f ... I i i ■ i i> * . a. /•: •"4. /*•>* vv vf VA v\ \f! * I i; vH / ^ I M n* \j- r ii* 2 * ? £ 2 tet U <21 • V ' 11 #j \ .> * i n «•• ■ B P> WOMAN HAD HER SUSPICIONS J K I 1 U s Looking A ier Hie Needs or its ( estomors! Yot; will always find this store tuli ot New, Up'to^Dat Goods, ^verythinn: that is to be tound in an to Now Dry Goods Store will b: io. adhere, 't Vv y 'v J i >J£i I( n, '< J. t J U ' o a nor 8 ft v* # i' -jr) r- A MeiUO SuitS >1 • r) Am? PQ'APC i'mm Ca vJ ft 'i .) 'U m. 0- ^ ^ | Ladies' Walking Suits, Fine Dress Goods, ouc ., '.-.''on: i, Skirl J:, of All KnJs an J Co ors. Pong.- s, Popins. Waitings of .ill kinds, Shirt Waists ready i in Li ii, Lawns, and Mere . .. J Good- <•! all hmd i GINGHAMS in plaio'., stripes and small checks. \£ t O NV J.y j CALICOES, standard prints, t!:e k 4 i KLAWNELiiTTES, .. OOL i-LAN. ^ | Drown 1 >jnv • tic, H!'a*: J Dom st c. nd t at wear. LINLNS, in while and brown, SI I i INC Ol 1INGS, . L, C< >T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 December 1910

mm ohm* I- a.; BE - PRACTICAL The Range Here far Useful Selection is Great! Useful, Practicial Gifts! f., i "or Men Suspenders, Sweaters, Silk Ties, G , Fancy Hose, Umbrellas, in;. Handkerchiefs, Silk Muf- flers. Holiday Motions ' Fancy Garters, Fancy Hose Supporters, Hand Bags, Belts, Kid Gloves, beautiful Silk Scarfs. | Great Reduction in Women's Tailored Soils ; And Coats, Men, Women and Children's Underwear, Ladies' jj and Children's Sweaters, Also, Special Prices in .Men's and | Hoys' Clothing. Ladies' Ilats, to close out, at Halil Price. T TON BROS. - Kaneeuti.^'xawaaaucaNtit*- I IIIIW——IIMU l.lll. II——MIII! III Iim Et&B* - jxsswbbwhotisb* > < —I.—II llill..l II.—I.——I lllll III IHl WIMIW irX'.w y,K>s«;:; Local and Personal. C. C. P.Us spent a few days in Palestine a.st week. Will Crouch spent Sunday with friends in Jacksonville. II. S. Guinn of Rusk, was in the city a few days re- cently. You will find in clue time, Xnias goods at R# E. E. Ar/ rant's. Albert Holc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 December 1910

' '/>.?VSr? ! S ^ Is I <; I fc" if \ -.«.- I" . I ' I mi alto > < : > SENATE PROMPTLY CONFIRMS WHITE I. (. A111 M. I'h.ii ii In A 1 ,'1 ( . I'recipiUillon I* aviation* wumt • MARTIN KNAPP TO HEAD NEW . ,> COURT. Airship* hav« uot yet Hied freight j "" OTHER NOMINATIONS HELD UP Winter l looking over the fenc« j St u . Some Nomination* May Be Held Up Nicaragua give* *lgn of refualril j by lhe Senate Pendina tcj stay put. Investigation. "Tho hobble iikirt i* vanning." ayi • fashion note But slowly, of courao On* of the requisite* of an aero plan, flight In a check for u good Bitot! amount. Onn of th« shocking new playi brought out In New York Ib nauiei' "Electricity." The thumping of the steam pipe* lr the early morning means more nol*« but not more heat Chinese official* iiiuhI gl^e up theli Jobs or their queue* The latter will naturally have to go A Ixindon clentlHt ha* Invented a •ui cure for u cold So ha* every body else In tho world A Hoonler dentist has planned ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 December 1910

MBmliU&lP*'- ■ :• ' 1 i ' ■ r" SHOWING UP OF IGNORANCE BACKACHE Is an indication of kidney trouble. It mentis much to the victim Ill-cause the deadly Bri^llt's Disease begins in just such symptoms. PRICKLY m BITTERS Ts a succe1 ful remedy (or diseased kidneys. It stiv:: ;tlii-iii the suffering kidney-:, helps them to perform their duties properly and by cleansing anil re;;nl:-.i in;' tli ■ bowels it drives out unhealthy con- dition rv to; : '.reni;lh and vigorous health. Oct r.io Ot-iiulm with the l-lsure "3" In Red on Front I jbel. SU<! by Druggists. I'rito $1.00 per bottle. Pardon for tho Wanderers. The democracy in its hour of victory should show its magnanimity by issuing a general pardon to tliose who liavp wandered off after false gods, upon condition that they now get back into line and do faithful service in the grand struggle for a restoration of the government to its former purity and greatness.—Waxa- hatchie Light. The peculiar properties of Cham- berlain's Congh R...

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