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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 December 1910

1 :X' / /' I ■ l i *-k I !• i t I « (>i •r. r -X- p .* • fill * ♦ ' "«* ,it ;r y. Jr* fi'tf* ,dC T V P i - ;? MTCH EGGS BY SINGING * .L _% «* CAR LOAD OF O ,p O .1 jC* J* "1 > .1 a 9 et c 1 k. Prk J V i 11. J1 VJ J fr rJ s r 'A •■■ «\ i: k \ ' "IV 'V.lJ 6 .V —■ « ■ . < -i • Popu';— Belief In Outer t.'itrldes With regard to Hatching cf Stormy Potrol'3 Epae. The clorrny jx".rcl buildj her nc t just aboyo tlio Atlantic billow , on :Iinlets near lot :i end the IJeh- ■IVLiJ L II ? is I! H a o , •" 'A v i i'w BY rides. ■ . k v. Then but < lib I .i e ri 1! tl •y toil in which the bird* liCle ■ it.;' 1 nice and * -s-p:nk ! -iy one c;*if. i:i tie Outer Ilebv ' s. i 'j M t •'s k • r i * * J 4. V.V« I & a ti Before Yoj ip If.!;! Tii P i. ,T « r :v I. -J. "_t. -I. • '.f • ",f Xt' " <■■, V -<• . L. ,L. i £ ny Elsewhere .. ■r ^-c- J. j, , . _j. ■' ,. v- ' •> f' r, * '• 4 V .T )j ty p i ■ in whit ^ he bir ihr.r e;'^i !>ut : .t t It *. Yin uj'rr lel 'f to f en K,,v ft.,,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 December 1910

A GOOD BIG STOCK OF HOBBLE SKIRT NEW TO HIM Buggies, Harness, >. les, Stoves and furniture in Our Store Kind Hearted Coal Heaver Olvea Tip to Toddling Young Camdan Woman. A BIG LOT FULL OF Waeon. Upc; [ ! ;■ ■ Unti c I: talk Cutters, Cultivators* Har- '£• Steel Plows. &c. .r and F; • v.'a? Imolcnicnts ..ry nc ur I he Alto Trad? Our Slock. ng >'o "Our I'rices \Y'in.' i Tho bobble skirt was being dia- 1 cussed at tho Colony club in New York, and Miss Elizabeth Marbtirv, lite famous dramatic a^ent, said, with a smile: "You'd think tho hobble irt had. j coui'triitt'd everywhere, but listen. ''In Camden the other afternoon, 1 a young girl in a brown hobble skirt*, hurried with short, <|ijii-k steps to a football game. Her sLirt was tight ■ enough in all conscience, but a nar- row black 1.: . e:. circling it jun'b • I low the knt'i drew u still tightiT. '•As tho your; girl tripped outj Miekle stroof, a coal-heaver, laying ! down his drove], ra.i after her. "Say, mis«,' he sai...

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

m \i:ro i; KK.UJ) \ (.• N. {'n.p, iclor. Six Tin All s I in : ni' i Jir.sl I; 1 c'iev e : ouizing vrouei ■ .\in. last in ivoid "i A- mil .1. t llu out C< to iiu: a mem !:cr ol mcrcial Club, come ;t mi l t• ui; Moud. )' ml have your name lie membership list of that honora -iu b ><iv. rvi in.. add. \ u' 11Iicmi paper notes the fact tliat a great many nicr/ chants who believe that adver- tising !oc irt p.iy. neverthe- less consider the ad of an out- Side competing firm to be highly ill' damaging to their bus- The ricc industry of South Texas lias proven a failure tiiis yea;. am: i'. is said that tin- ".-mall Jai i. er" u In had to raise a tew acres of cotton and i i n because oi his in;., bility to irrigate for a rice cio,\ i master of the .situation in 11. .1 section, as he is in ]«.t '1 o;-in C .lie! Chau> piou. Sr.vcd From A v. 1'nl Death. i i: ... .1} pail.;i) bisfimil) wis jiits bv A. ! >.« Mi 1 lonfl!. « f X. < . R. I". I). . ti. i::ity it* t.il i:. told a yet l...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 December 1910

Ruk adit* ■> m \ HC CIRCULAR 5IAIRCASE today w*s*** ❖ MNZHART kLUdTRATKm GY >rA*#* *v ***** mam/ T SYNOPSIS. [ Tnnen, uplitfter nnr! guardian of jfeertrwle and Mainly, e«tMbJ!nhe«J summer headquarter* at tfunnyotdo. Ainldat nu- ncroiiM dlffliultlea the servant* cleaert^d. An Mi mm Innt'H locked up for tin- night -«he u:im atnrlled by a dark llaure on the nda. Unseemly nols« * disturb- Blurlnjr the night. In to* morning mi** HOfies found a MtranKe link culf button In I „ h n ; r. 1 lerti ude and Hal Iwith Jack Bailey. The house was awak- fened by a revolver shot and Arnold Arm- mtronK was found shot to death In the hall. MImh Innes found Hal soy's revolver on the lawn. He and Jack Bailey had dis- appeared. The 11 hk cuff-but ton mysteri- ously dlsfipj>earcd. Detect I vo Jamleson Arrived. Oertrude revoaled she was en- gaged to Jack Halley. with whom "he talked In the billiard room a few mo- ments before the murder. Jamleson ac- cused Miss Innes of holding back evi- dence. He ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 December 1910

— i-V ?! 4 i % t '1 i H vf tA >rf '4 i H i A vf 4 if VJ! i '1 *♦ >•* H i We Want Cvery Individual To Sic Familiar With the Prices and Values Of Merchandise in Our Store. . . f j Wmasmasmsmar. Cur iaci 'tie . for buying lmrchancKrc n large quantities are unequaled, and giyes our patrons the advan lage of securing at our store tl .s bes'c goods, the latest styles, at the lowest prices. December is the Month of Activity, The Month of Joy and Anticipation, T ct us make it doubly s< by Ibc spleii lid v 11 • • w are prepared to <>ive you. Values that are exceptional, rare and genuine; values that ( ' n,,( | j ,| t(, \K. ;,j.),ieeiato! i>• every unjm in.' • and lair-minded man or vonian, We want to make December a mouth of bargain i 'iv,np- to In- l mj' irtneinbei'-'iW the substantial I>- nefi's derived by lite trading public. The prices below are correct in every detail. You in iv safely rely on getting here your wants filled at Saving Prices. Good Grade Outing 5 c Be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 December 1910

* i * * t * ( $ r 1 T W \ V • ' t £ A < / - ' * J „ A- ^ „ —-- 1A *4*0? (to IMeraid ♦ itntr.iri' li<ni arv.. , iflfti .nilho rtltO, IV.* '.xKifm d$S«con<fC us*rial 'MntlerV tOf Conar«> IHrrli]. IS7t . Ol.l'me xi ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY DECEMBER. 22 1910 •r •' Number Christmas-Nineteen-T en To Everybody: Wc wish you all a Happy Christmas' and many happy returns for igii — and u.'ing the words ot Rip Van Winkle:— "Here's to your health—and your family's good health—may you live long and prosper.'' The Alto State Bank M. C. Parrish, Cashie^ M. K. McClure, Vice-president. T 1). Miller, Cashier. A to School Notes A Merrv Christmas %/ The holidays are with us—Christina; th • day of good cheer: New Year, the day of good resolutions. We use our allotted space this week in wishing our patrons particular and the community in general "A Merry Christinas." This wish comes from the warm.' est corner of our hearts, as w fully realize our |eft'orts to please our rapidly increasing patron...

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

Tvv. TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS a educational campaign <# un with Texas Presbyterian*. Texas Sunday School workers aro nmkinr an endeavor to enrool ouw million icholars. The former owner* of San VrKctiio Evpress have sold that publication t llobi Maverick, Frank (i. Huntress hiuI c. V. Holland. Iho old roundhouse containing live engine• of Iho Texas Control Hall- road at Walnut Springs burned to fho ground Sunday morning. Not a i hint; wan saved. Homo $400 or J'1'*" worth of tool* belong I UK to the ma eliliilst and paterninakers wore also destroyed. The Slate of Texan ha* leaded the Shaw plantation In Bowie County for n torm of five year* and will uho the same for a convict farm. It Is un- derstood that about 100 convicts will bn employed on the place. The plan- tat Ion I* on Red Illver, about thirty mills west of Texarkana. Jake Cohen, a Cleburne cotton buy er. shipped 500 bales of cotton direct <o Kobe, Japan. Several foreign ship- ments have been made from that placo this seaso...

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

IME SAVORY DISHES veracity of ihe EASONABLE RECIPES THAT ARE WORTH TRYING. bw to Scallop Lamb—Caaaerole of Rloa and Maat—Blanquette of Lamb—Bakad Oyatora on Toaat—Canapeei. To acallop lamb remove akin and (at thin Sllcea of cold roaat lamb and ;okle with aalt and pepper. Cover ittom of buttered baking dlah with ittered cracker cruinba; cover crumba meat; cover meat with boiled ml. and add another layer of and macaroni. Pour over toina- •auce and covcr with buttered crack- crumba. Bake In hot oven until mba are brown. Cold boiled rice be uaed In place of macaroni. Caaaerole of Rice and Meat.—Line a •lightly greased, with bteamcd :e. Fill the center with two cupa d, finely chopped cooked mutton, hly aeaaoned with salt, pepper, cay- enne, celery aalt, onion Juice and leuitfn Juice; then add one-fourth cup cracker crumba. one egg ailghtly beaten and enough hot atock or water to moisten, cover meat with rice, cover rice with buttered paper to keep out molature while ateamlng and steam 46...

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

a r .... . - IP j « * vsrf h • Additional Local Notes. ! \ '.$e '« OFTEN MAKES f V. A QUICK NEED FOR ... „ THE CURE ■> THAT'S SURE DR. KING'S—* NEW DISCOVERY i Frank Hill was < bnsiiu-vs' vit'toi to Jacksonville vest<i« day. Newton Arrant o Lufkiu, ,transacte 1 business 1 cn. t is | week See Arrant for \.uir Xnins1 sack of Flour. Every • ck guaranteed. Fition Watkins of Doug* lass was in the ity on ;. u - ness Tuesday. F. H. Thornton was a vis- itor i Rusk last Satur av and S nJay, ! Clia . Wood transacted bus* _ _ __ _ iness >aeogdocbc- a lew COUGHS AND COLDS < s> * WHOOPING COUGH Agncw has the best F'onr AND ALL TROUBLES OF THROAT AND LUNGS PROMPT USE WILL OFTEN PREVENT Apples, OlflnglS, 111 all PNEUMONIA AND CONSUMPTION kinds of nuts, at t «• n lit PRICE SOc and $1.00 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY price, at AgllCW s j i Bill Garner left lieie v< s- J. D. Davis of Nacogdoches ')o " ,lmv '',<ct onc' ferdayhr Mis-iss ] p . uhrc count}', marketed 'i bale • >i 1111...

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

w kS?X/ CHILDREN V ho have wortn.i, who are sickly, rcstleM or irritable; those who eat too much sweet stuff, wlia suffer from colic or irregular bowel movements, will grow itrouy, r sy uuJ cheerful under the cleausiug and invigorating influence of PRICKLY ASH BITTERS As a corrective for disorders in the stomach or bowejs, for clear- ing the complexion and promoting appetite, sound sleep and cheerful apirii , it is unequalcd. Good for either sex and all agos frosu five years upwards. Get the Oenulne with the Figure "J" In Red on front Label. Sold by Druggists. I'rice $1.00 per bottle. The Weekly Citizen-Star AXI) TH-t The Alto Weekly Herald •SI.25 l*er Year The Citizen-Star is a strong pa- pv r publish at Fort Worih in the intciesl of the farmers of the Soijthwest. It contains each week interesting and instructive articles which will ap|x>al to yon. This is is your opportunity to secure your home paj>er ami one of the largest and best agricul- tural papers published for only $...

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

JHfe I '« vs THli ALTO HhKAI.I GOOD NEWS EPITOMIZED I. I. All IN, Propriflor A1 .TO. TKX \ Circumstances and lawyers niter canea. Anyway, the unwritten law seems to hnvo a lot written about It We are a good deal happier because let a lot of thing* we don't know. Without the shedding of blood there wee ma to be no way of conquering the air Brag about a girl to her femnle friends If you would dlacover ber (aultn. Tbe Seine seems to have acquired the Ohio rlvor liablt In getting over IbankH If you cnn't got what you want why idoii'l you quit wanting It? It la merely ia atatu of mind. When the doctor tells a man to diet, *he patient proceed* to refuse all the /things ho dislikes. e A regular feature of the Monday ornlng papers Is tbe list of dead and ijured among Kunday autolsta. I^tura Jean IJbbey, who advocates fthe klssless courtship, Is pushing the inost unpopular propaganda on record. HAPPENINGS OF UNUSUAL IN- TEREST TO OUR READERS, IN READABLE SHAPE. BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC If I...

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

in II ^ f_ ..«. yifY' * -ytr*r -cr*;av,• s>„* ,**; Mutual Interests Sorvcil. Virsu- i Col. R. E. Smith, owner «. f.. '{L*[y a large black laud (arm in ; ; Lt North Texas, when address/-j woLfru- ing his tenants, said: "You! v-cnno 1 are all good men. Th'crc isn't l ,ls '■ a man here that didn't I'linnsh i "::c' reeoiumendaliens. 1 asked ' for this and it was willinglv complied with." This shows that there has been improvement in tlie rent- ing system. It proves that; there arc good tenants and | that they can find good laud j owners. t the other. An invites investiga^ iishonest man can Let the common t i parties lie up- the selfish inter- • I'gurded. — Kami NAUGHTY THING 0 Mr. Smith cmitiruei '1 'v. &Z, M"* .* I ' 1 do not think tit it we will have any misunderstanding—but if we do, 1 will not sel vl out; man, yen another, and those -two the third. If any should think 1 have not treated liiui fairly, he may select any! three of his fellow men from among my renters, and if tli...

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

> I * 1 - —•«—*r~r- > *!-J' V' j'.-.'Tirrjw"!.Tr---.MMd'-iR W"' A ! < eaj i :ba i I Of see air ! frl> 'fau 1 the 'btti I dot ia a \ tho lUlil A toioi anji L (the Dot It iTOttr ibrld •aqi Oi ia o rath 'Jiau A Jnml a>xpli cliru: A WftK la nr. OUKOI i xl rot nf th COIIIJ A tlJPD. as I mi uiukl tt. th 1 Hx •tai but aiimn ■turai turni at 1 An 3'u*t once H'TOU title > A C photo; taken }l.T l< aliuuli A t All th' enne. those moat field. Wit counti bo Ion off wt rllnibl tho ah A «tart a fre< fr dhIh tt. stnrt c to bo t Peoj ruer. bint ft: house It nnd testily Engl of An campa of FVo who tt devote tilcasu BBP-- j$> New AlOUtll have t earth n 9h e tl \ ««ya. •vlden. rect Jv AlaaK.i Mlnmlc i i i >1 i t i I vv^yw UBNETT > Store That is Always looking After the Needs of its Customers! K ■ - • • ~— '4 '' 1 ' ■ ~ > K lt will alway- nnd this r: h:!l of New, IJpHaJDate Gooes. Everything that is .'| to hi tound in an Up to Now Dry Goods Store will be found here, j ...

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

".IT S5K??35 * - IJ^V.,; i - .... I ''■'/- -i \ . v . fc. . w - Let Your Xmas Gifts E - PRACTICAL The Range Here for Useful Selection is Great! Useful, Practicial Gifts! For Men Suspenders, Sweaters, Silk Ties, Gloves, Fancy Hose. Umbrellas, Initial Handkerchiefs, Silk Muf- flers. Holiday Notions Fancy Garters, Fancy Hose Supporters, Hand Bags, Belts, Kid Gloves, beautiful Silk Scarfs. Great Reduction in Women's Tailored Suits And Coats, Men, Women and Children's Underwear, Ladies' and Children's Sweaters, Also, Special Prices in Men's and Hoys' Clothing. Ladies' Ilats, to close out, at Jilalf l*riee. BLANTON BROS, *n THE ALTO II10RALU IS. E. ALLEN. Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES fjtif Year Ji-oo Six Months 5° Three Moulin 2 5 All subscriptions arc payable in advance. No name will be put on the books until paid for. In the fire that destroyed let young girl^enjoy youth. several business houses in! . . , , T1 , o . i • , . A young girl should avoid thei Rusk Saturday n.Kl,t very' I m...

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

,'!r i I V " tan frtL ml ,jj| - ■ 4, ggM The Star-Telegram gives all news of the;dayl"12 to 24 hours ahead of any other newspaper"— iMi. \ r . % T I ' ' Here is the proof, furnished by ourpcom^titors: - W«'[c;nCTTTT< raSTTTc y | fifty to oixtv Believed Dead in Los Anjretas Frre! i Circulation I -rr — — — -* — ! G y ELEGRAM I b^«" Fifty to3ixtv lu . .^""'"^1 fort Worth Sr. r« r. jt> vii j r r as. r.^r.fc, pm rnu M h.,! ME :1E'was ' p kwdehj KIP mm< rif iTomi 1 I unn ititrin r.in nrr.r. :r T'Tri I rri iri.rn nrtn >. ...___ A New Town. ()il Cit\* is the name of a |new citv to be built near old I Murray League in I'pshur county on the Santa be ex/ I tension i:um Longview t«« Hughes Springs or 1 hinder- field and i;311!!.a 1 e 1 y to Texar- j kana. W e learn that the r«<ad 1 will fork ;.t Oi'. City and that tlie railroad ; nop-. may be located there. The new city w ill 1 e near tlv. Iv. st Texas iron ore fie:': th.it are being rapidly devi <>; <". and it is ex* it...

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

i \Wi TOC CIRCULAR STAIRCASE QKMARY ❖ ^ ROBERTS * RINEHART JlU/SWATKm BY Kfy/t/vr+f >•rrnKtir .tot r mm mmm/c* T / BO. ' * 8YN0PSI9." M!5ji Tnn^w, nptnater and jcunnllnn of ftartrtufo and llulsey. eatabliatted lummir fieiidqviarters ut Bunnyuld^. Amldnt nu- vjrr.crouK difficult let* the i rvn?its ctaaertrd. An Mi km IniH'M locked up for the nliiht •he wan Blurt led by a dark figure on th« yeranda. tTns ^< inly nolnoa disturbed l«* r during the night. In the morning Mian lnn«'H found a at range link cuff-button In a hamjHT. Gertrude and Halaey arrived with Jack Ballsy. The hnune waa awuk- > <nrd by a revolver shot and Arnold Arm- u/atrong wan found ahot to death In the ,'v hall. Mian Innea found Halaey'a revolver 'tut tho lawn He and Jack Bailey had aia« •appeared. Tho link cuff-button myaterl- ualy dlaappoarod. Detective Jamleaon "rived. Gertrude revealed ahe waa en- ged to Ja«*k Bailey, with whom ahe Iked In the billiard room a few mo- lenta before the murder. Jamleaon ...

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

1 r m I ■stfA i*sy *w,'' **"" i > A '? —— ■■■ ■ "i..; U.V.lM A i A i A i A i A i A i A i n i A yi *r* A i A i i i A i 1 5\ A * A i A i A i A i A i A i A i A i We Want Every Individual To 15c Familiar With the Prices and Values Of Merchandise in Our Store. .. .. VVe are Price-Makers •*r*vi -wmiama Our facilities for buying iru rchandise in large quantities are unequaled, and gfyes our patrons the advan tage of securing at our store the best go'ods, the latest styles, at the lowest prices. December is the Month of Activity, The Month of Joy and Anticipation, Let ns make it dr.ubly so by the splendid values we are prepared to give you. Values that are exceptional, rare and genuine; values that cannot fail to be pi-reciated by every unprejudiced and lair-nuuded man or woman We want to make December a month of bargain giving; to be loin :cniembered for the substantial benefits derived by the trading public. The prices below are correct in every detail. You mav safely rc lv on getting ...

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

n*i**eu ,4fs. 1 * f | * | *' * - | ? * f % f k * * ft * * '■a IT H V :•'vtii/-' rfiM^', v'^'): era Id ❖ Volume XI enlww lonuarviwS. 1901 .at Hie Alto, T'e.xm'oslof'ire osSacondC im.lni ."in t te r Ar i o tConores* norrr s. i 7« ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1910 Number 4 mm bbbmbbbmmbbmmbwbmmbmhbmwbhbmbmbbwmmmu e •" 1 1910 As this year closes we wish to say to our patrons and friends, that our bank has grown steadily all the year, and to you we extend our thanks for your business and help. 1911 As the New Year begins, we are look- ing forward to another year of pros- perity and pleasant dealings with all ou- customers, and we want every one to feel welcome with us. The Alto State 6ank T. D. Miller, Cashier. Box Supper at Sand Flat. A box supper will ba given at Sand Flat Church 011 Fri- day, Jan. 6, 1911, and every- body is cordially invited to be Sale of Farm Property. Thos. Durbin of Nacog- doches, has just closed a deal whereby he becomes the owner of the W. H. Usher home p...

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

9HWB3WP K y SERVING HAM FOR LUNCHEON Directions for Preparing Some Simple but Delicious and Tatty Dishes. For luncheon. Krlrnt the end* of i\ In tiled hum And 'six It with a button union llmt ban bri ri chopped fine and n ifttlc minced parsley Put the mix- ture Into a pan with n little butter nnd moisten with hot water or cream. Simmer four or five minute* and then heap on R11 c e .< of toast For curly bncyn, cut It very thin nnd half cook It In boiling water 'I hen curl It, fasten It In shape with a toothpick and hroll It over the fire A little grated American chteH« mixed with the minced ham lined In a sandwich l delicious If the sandwich Ih fried brown and nerved very hot. Hllced ham Ih more tender If It Is linked than If fried flit a slice three quartern of an Inch thick, put It Into n small atsnte pan, turn three quartern of a cupful of milk over It, cover nnd bake for an hour and a quarter, bast- Inn every 15 minutes with the milk Cold cooked ham l« tasty If It I* shredded ...

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

' \ I V' A vby WILBUR n NEfBIT ^Denelictf * Adnwn the street tliS noisome smells That coine from nut the open doors Of greater mid of lessor hells Drift derelicts by sc >res and scores— ^he battered hulks thftt once were metv Caught In some eddy of the tide - Tliftt will hot let them ito again Upon life's ocean fair and wide. Nobody ItnowH their port or name: Submerged In this unchartered sea They drift the course that knows no shame. Unmindful of what hope* may be, As old, bleak derelicts they drift With never one to call them friend; No fair horizons mny they lift Nor (Ind their drifting ut an end. We shudder as wo pass them by, Wo draw away as they come near. And stifle, too, our gentle sigh For fear, forsooth, that they may hear. By what strange shift of wind and wave Have they been driven frum tho course? What sullen prank of fortune gnva To their slow drifting all Its force? One day these drifting men were MEN And hope beat high within each breast: They held their way all t...

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