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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 April 1911

-J ■BBflnHHNBM Hi T\ (.'i Si: Tl Al Js A V c r a V c r t w A TRAIN LOAD OF TOBACCO. Twenty-four Carloads Purchased for Lewis' Single Binder Cigar Factory. What. Is probably the biggest lot of nil fancy grade tolmoco held by any factory In tho United States lias just been purchased by Frank 1*. Lewis, ot Peoria, for the manufacture of Lewis' Single Hinder Cigars. The lot will make twenty-four carloads, and is se- lected from what is considered by ex- ports to bo tho finest crop raised in many years. Tho purchase of tobacco Is sufficient to last the factory more than two years. An extra prlco was paid for tho selection. Smokers of Lewis' Single Hinder Cigars will appre- ciate Ihls tfibacco. '—Peoria titar, January Id, I'JO'J. His Interest. "You are going to Interest yourself In this reform enterprise?" "Certainly," replied Senator Sor- ghum. "Hut 1 thought It was unfavorable to your friends." "It is. And I'm going to interest myself In It far enough to let me of- fer suggestions that ...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 April 1911

L, 5* \ ! . <* \ t t A t U THE ALTO HERALD1 & E. AI.I.IvN I'IMToK. SUBSCRIPTK r. RATES Election Order. He it ordered by the hoard if trustees of Alto Independ- ent School Distiic' that an election be held ;it tin old Six"N'ontli- ., | Masonic Hall in the town of j .-^j Alto in said Alto Independent School District, on the Second day of May, 191 1, to deter- mine whether tile board of 'n:sices of said di-trict shall ■ft m, .■•jumwanrwiu ();iij Tlin All Breed tothss Great All Purpose Slallion Also Will Stand My Tennesee Jack • .M01|lll>. . . . subscription? n'.Van- otl l Uw b. k* ! . 1111L* 1::ti1 n uiie i be p >! . All 1 taxatJK sau nte:iai! HUK) pciiuLiit a o o any ; \vh •' of "i re .*tv the a Notice to th9 Public. erroneous reflection up utile tcr. t:i 11!. 1 •' or reputation ol , ■ , at a rate nut exceeding thirty .Trton, 11 'it m corporation, Oj 111.4 ;:p]> lr in the coliiniiis ] cents c>11 the i> <-> v aluation; such tax, if voted, to Ik: levied and c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 April 1911

r'HrtfQI —mm j 2' I |l •' y ■ : .1 liIo for a' That. 1, T Milan, Dan Child- taker whose A Mule is a \\ ken llii- auto first !i in to niaki itself felt m the ti u.s portuti )ii world the lovers ol horsu ami the m in who ! 1 ad is at X his invi tiue.it in 1: trs predict- 1 tli .-.it! • hoi si P •: > a lif sity a k '..(".it i take ?e tli. .i inultii f auto.s have Pig With Human face. ^A]] -rtll'iM I v 'It ^ >. .! I i ex as a tli ] lace > J C. 1: • ar. 31 ro 11 ndeii ; hiisine.-.' M til hern Wan Arrested as a Bank Robber. Sliei iff 11.ile ot Rut;!' 1 • ouu- >enl iast nii'ht in the cii\ a whit inns 1.1 ill i won 111 d tin steam \ place, thousand: made prices < f ciiiubc is worth 1 And ir, the finis! iJ.ek wn"i Spised, ail motor, come to p is a mule faticv me And the t more 011 veil t, has on ex.ituition then a freak ot nature which ha> 'attracted much attention. 1' lead and f \ 1. 'SCO . ■>' 111.111 nri:. - 10 II ; I Willi hank in . t a 1 liom; of l!: J lie , tuitcav...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 April 1911

v. . TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS > Ai Ground has been broken for Amar- lllo's Initial two miles of street pav- ing. New paving contracts to the amount of 1100,000 were let by Dallas Com- mission last Friday. Bridgeport voted 157 to 9 in favor of a $20,000 bond lsBue lor school building a few days since. During a high wind a farmer named Barker, three miles north of Boswell, Okla., was killed by a tree tailing on him. An earthquake Is reported as ob- servable at many points in Arkansas Friday morning. No damage Is re- •ported. The democratic bodies have decid- ed to make Representative Albert Burleson of Texas tho permanent chairman of the Democratic caucus of the House for the Sixty-9econd Congress./ Otto Blngllng, the second of the famous family of brothers who now control the greater part of the circus business of this country, died In New York last week after an attack of heart disease. • Rev. Edward A. Temple, bishop of tho North Texas missionary Jurisdic- tion of the Episcopal Chu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 April 1911

mbnn 1 "#- I i UK 'AL MCA VS. ♦ Question of the liotn: "Have you had the measles?" Mr, Pyles and family have moved into Dr. Crawford's house recently vacated by him. Dr. Crawford and family are now occupying their beau- tiful bungalow recently erect- ed on San Antonio street. S. T. 'J'ooke aiid family aiicl Mr. Alexander and his family and several friends,- w re down here from Jatksonville Sunday in their automobiles. As will be seen by reference to another column'much in/ tercst is being manifested as to the name of the new ] ark which is being inaugurated by Mr. Knapp east of town. In this issue of The Herald appears the advertisement of Woody iS: W illis. This eu" terprising firm has inaugura- ted a free delivery for the con- venieuce of their customers. Buy your groceries from J. W. Carter and have them delivered. They will put them where you want them. We always handle the best and freshest. Give us a trial. will f^ily be a short time until it will be a regular city. A school e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 April 1911

' '-I ViL> J W 4 sJW' ™ 1 a r.v * K.-: .S^< Lji I- / VOU'MIi XI rasK,3i5C I ALTO, TEXAS, Til 'i\. ->i)AY APRIL 1.5, r >11 At •SU4.W , c. 2U< 1. u. >.* • mwi'i 'umasssiZii^cA. THE VOTING CONTFiT. Tin- beautiful piati 1 t given ,'s first prize ; 11 SMALL AC X' <i n 'NTS arc desirable with us, and our business has been built up largely on account of our attention with small matters. If you arc no: a cuc'onver, 1i\ '.lz you to start an account with uu now. One do.lar will. THE ALTO STATE BANK M. C. Parrish, President, -1 'I W> i Hcralu's \ oting ConU-<t It.; fl arrived an I is .tow 0:1 exhibi- pi tion nt Guintrs '-'rug I' re. fej The instrument lias been !) -JTi-. 1 "('lihHIWIWIWMi'it11 III/ Uti'i il I Jr~ .cted i.l i ur c; 1 a :::s .1 rjre v 1m it urn be r I* u I! If N OUR I VlVlAvy/° ^ I^L 1 ^ t ' , ' '" n 11 1 ' % J5 il Escaped Convict Returned to Pen Palestine, Texas, April 10— $12,000 Fire at Tyler. Tyler, Texas, April 10.- Mack Gossett, tbe escaped There...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 April 1911

r A< - u: h a ti G' b a d > • i I 1 f TNI ALTO HKRALD t. (. Al U N, Proprietor A I (TO, TEXAS Franco Is Dying well to tho front Fashion 1b willing to be liobbled but not haremed. VAIL FOR REGULATION AS WELL A3 PUBLICITY. SAKS BOTH HERE TO STAY The harem-gcaretn skirt has certain- ly been well advertised. "Man wants but little here below." The poet didn't mention women. There are 411,322 federal ofllrcs and still not enough to go around. "It has been found that radium will kill a cat" Hut drowning Is cheaper. The harem skirt may be sometntng to wear besides being something to talk about. New York's 62-story building Is car- rying the elevator business to a limit and almost to the stars. These government statistics will convince even the farmers before long that agriculture is profitable. Our Idea of no place to start an um- brella factory Is on Mars Prdf. Low- ell says It never rains there. "Don't eat when you're tired," says a magazine writer. That's the kind of advice that ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 April 1911

MAMNNl m ■ i •' ■ / /' I $> N<gwsy News .'^yi^yyvyy^^YVYwyyv''^ John B. Guinn transacted business here last Friday. G. S. Huston was down from Rusk S Uurduy. Bud \\ omnioek of Wee lies attended business here last Saturday. P>. M. Oliver js attending jj| The Alto Herald Prize Contest! I Do YOU Want a Grand Prize FREE? ;■ f bu >in?ss week. in Ji'ck onville this J. S. Haws was the guest in Jacksonvii "Waa the play bad?" "Well, I should sav it was. Why, cren the gas wont out at the close of the second act." WANTS PLAIN %TITLE. jPiahop Oortlandt Whitehead of ithe ,Episcopal diooeM of Pittsburg in a letter to Churchman, dis- cussing the subject of a change in 'the title page of the prayer book, lajs that he personally would pre- fer the simple line, "The Book of ;Common I'rnyer." Bishop White- head adds that thii would .'.J^re* ithe book out for all men to tyae, for whatever devotional purpose, aa the [book common to all English flpcak- iing peoples, and to all others who letr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 April 1911

lit1 '1111 u iHWirg* * fl IT r« u hi hi t>\ 111 • c • fcf.V. U *n*sm MORRILL H. H. Brubaker of Liti|z, Pa. was here on business last week, J. C. Page of K rkwood, Mo., who formerly lived here, spent a few days at Brunswick last week. W. E. Reed o Tyler w:is a visitor on Saturday. Win. Parker and Harry Sherman of Tyler were here last week to install a new gas- oline engine at Brunswick farm. K. C. Butteafiel 1 (if Winona spent Friday and Saturday here on business. Mrs. Walter Transeau re- tained Sunday from a visit with friends in Ca.ro and Alto. 0. B. Slocum, wife and daughter, Miss Elsie, left Tuesday for their home in Deep River, Conn. Miss Bertha Boyd spent Thursday in Tyler. Misses Edna Dales and Julia Davis of Chicago were week- end guests of Miss Dale's lis- ter, Mrs. George Hutchins. Frank Early and wife, after spending the winter at Motel Alamo, left Sunday for their home in Bellevue, 111. Mrs. O. D. J®nes is spend' ing a few days in Jacksonville this Week. Mr. Graham of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 April 1911

/ V Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matter* tf Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist One little nibble will keep a man Ashing all day. Second thoughts may be best, but not second mortgages. Rome people these days believe tho roll of honor Is the roll of bank bills. Tho townspeople who burn up the country roads with their motor cars may expect to be roasted by the farm- ers. Some women who are always ready to throw a lit over the abuse of a horse or a dog have no compunction about slamming their own children around. When a man has learned lo say the four little words, "I can't afford It," i firmly and without embarrassment, I tho greater part of his real troubles ore over. There !b a time for everything; iand the farmer must not only make hay when the sun shines but he must spray before the beetlo has cut lta cutting teeth. Men sniff at the dress fashions of ithe women but they would grumble loudly If their wives went about look- ing llko frumps amon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 April 1911

f4 * % §1 'I I — I «• « i r . •••*/. - «-- ^r-« w rvirrw w ••. -.< < ••*■-• •- %v :; • • ••;- • " &: ■ d ' f\ l$i r * in'rX ; fc# I If i U V • ' •• ' •i <(>)iii rTl fc* tsa jyryt 71 /" > '; 5 T*- -1.7-ar-jgjsa R ft U'!f i i !'i • rsrasw -apsaBBPBW' i««i ^rjaarre^^aftreagas.'*. .-•, -aiauaaiyBH—t ssnmoBawi i r ■ f: tf ? is i , AI H£ 5 r H c Vroft is the time to buy nee rage tracts in this i.ew addition, any size tracts ycu want at low prices*terms to suit. On either side of PARK St and on the North side of South PARK St. ALSO other lands and city Prop- erly. Remember you m ay never have a chance to buy small tracts close in as these* at any price. Ifyou^doth'y will, never b:as cheap, our prices are right, terms are right, will use you right. Always ready to show you property* WtBSBM VTTtSt^ "--A .11, SL -k_j.JSl"fct-i*??• .itittij .1 ■" 'J / \' /V V 9 ' ;.j<g.'''"'1 %£& ' ^ ^ ; . J& ■:

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 April 1911

/ \' V RESTAURANT A XI) C A N l> \ MRS. !.. SKCUK' " !! K N MY STOCK STRICT! V HOME-MADE CANDY ABSOUTELY PURE WHOLESOME —'J'Oi) i'IISOME — HEALTHFUL \\ hen wanting k- icious c iiihvtini' tr\* some of these. P11EZE C$ >NTEST I roe Voting ( -ir on >oil for 50 Yotos. For Address. ( Name of Contestant )J Tliis coupon, when properly made out and brought or mailed to The Herald, will count is One Hundred Votes. Not good after April 12th, 1911. THE ALTO herald' Additional Local Note is. I-:. au.kx, k itor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Vear ">i . • o Six 'Months so Three Months 25 All subscription?- ire payable in advance. No name will lie put 011 the books until paid for. Entered a> second-c'ass matter Jan. 3, 1901, at th>- pnstoftice at Alto, Texas under ael of March 3. 's79. Notice to the Public. '"'Any-erroneous reflection up >11 the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation, which may appear in the columns of The 1Uraid will be gladly cor- rect...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 April 1911

I Always Makes Good k by the thus''' I %GP0$ tja*ing powdtf c° You'll be de- lighted with the re suits of Calumet Halting Powder. No disappoints — do flat, heavy, soggy biscuits. Cake, or psstVy Just the lightest, daintiest, most Uniformly raised and most deli- cious food you ever ate. Ree«tv«S hlch«Bt raward WorlS'a Fur« Fo d Expoa11ion Chloag*. 1907 SOOD NEWS EPITOMIZED HAPPENINGS OF UNU8UAL IN- TEREST TO OUR READERS, IN READABLE SHAPE. BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC If It Was of Sufficient Importance Vou Will Find it Recorded Hero. How Sea Birds Drink. TTndor the headline, Where Do They Get Water? a writer In the Young Folks' Catholic Weekly says: "When 1 was a cabin boy I often used to wonder, seeltiR birds thousands of miles out to sea, what they did for fresh water when they were thirsty. One'rlay a squall answered that ques- tion for me. It was a hot and flitter- ing day in the tropics, and In the clear sky overhead a black rain cloud ap- peared all of a sudden. Then out of empty ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 April 1911

A. 1 - L K. II. ALIjKN. Proprietor.' A new way of cleaning cliinincy has been discovert wa a 4 i live in. THK A LTOI I ERA LI) 1 kospkctors are i in here every week. Alto is kuown everywhere in different states as being the best farm' i P country oil earth. Not ^ only that, for it is the clieap- by a Nebraska girl who wa'j est place a person could ex* pestered by a smoking coa pect to live in, healthy, pros- ^ stove. She poured a quart of I perous and consists of the ! \ gasoline into the stove, carried most friendly people God let's the can a safe distance and then lighted it by throwing a match in it from a partly closed door. It cleaned the chimney bv blowing the stove *,-> , ; " .1 u " 11 1 1 .1 • I " hat about through it and landed tlie }*irl | 'X"r-i<les 1 )>>•■> and the door in top of an apple tree three rods distant. The girl had a nice ride on the door and was not burned at all, merely two broken lens. The chimney was t h o r o u g h 1 y cleaned. lam fiaii 11...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 April 1911

fH r I • I 1/ t Spotters Face Grave Charge. O. B. King and N. P. Wain* wright, two men recentlj' eni' ployed as "spotters," to obtaiu Cauflit Trying to Rob a Bank. C'usicana, Tex.—The flare of matehr. in the Purdon State Bank warned three yonng ()ne en fvidMice against alleged pro/amateur defectives, Blair Cas«« hibition law violators, were sel, "Kv 'y" Tickle and Nla| firrested last night hy te Tic : t! it three suspicious sh ifl lodged in jail upon ; >tr a".- serious charges. had Detained in rooms on th • h«i• 16\. .i.ior of the parish j.ii. oft a" > motherless' country do n girls, as ignorant as one cv: h • imagine, who weie tot..; ! i mii i - in tli ■ coiintrv in - '• 111 lapidated .shack. Tl e • 'gave their names as !'.• 11!.; 1; in and Pearl BicUham. Th' :r rep mother is dead and their f.:!>• l ut n or, Scott Bickhani, who lives after ou a plantation e?r Kvelyn, the h a short distance from Qalia/ iy thai whb actions they watching fo.- c i.i tlie bank came to the i r o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 April 1911

TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS 1 iAs Terrell la endeavoring to ralso a fund for enlargement of the public li- brary. Dallas County lias $20,000 for some good well driller who witl tackle the deep well proiiosltlon. William James, a negro tenmster, waa struck by lightning during a shower near Texarkana and Instantly killed. He was hauling gravel, and waa In the pit loading his wagon. lu a fight between two children, S nnd 9 years old, at the El Paso Dairy, the 8-> ar-old boy shot the otlier 111 the head with a target rifle, fatally wounding htm. The year's record for spring lambs ■was made last week when Hud Wil- liams of Ponder, Denton county, 6old nineteen head of Ills bunch of twen- ty-three averaging 57 pounds at $7.G.ri, ■which is 15c higher than paid bcforo this year for spring lambs. The Attorney General's department rendered an opinion that married wo- men can neither be Incorporators nor subscribers to the capital stock of a corporation. Judge Sam H. Cowan will prepare ii brief ag...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 April 1911

1 , r • I S| o wrig ploy f vi'1 hibi fitre sli scrit E io\ avf girl ima •in i l.'ipi • gaVI and lllol c-r, on f ci si; g .,1 cfTo |o fi T scar thei The rigl aud old E thei two stor oth< had tam in t n i pen i ters stra info was lake Mm ing tion t su' '1 bei i tliat the men cnfi: T 1j c> 11 ' just tion of tl goli: VVai ; lid moil out wen uigl \\ men *5° out 1 and • of c: coug tains who foiuu start* King 10 us life," mar ( Rood isea: rstllll hay ness < l-ClllOl Trial all dr w it wr in/. ejg The lieu < price neve: sale. tiser busii iomc JL O CAJLS TT ' Ladies, yon can £et your I elbow silk gloves at Burnett's in all colors. '~«MUnT>UKZ' i s' 'A.* «■ WW.* v Mrs. 1.. M. Wiight got free hat at Burnett's a-. v J cm 1 A. Johusf wood visited his mother last week. :i of Brown father ai d Hurnctt s ha ir.cn and boys ! 1 >oc i'cldei ,s Little a i:;: line ol | con It tied raw hats. war in k us j; Monday Jack Morns spent Sunday Sunday in Ml. l'ieasant. LU-yd Bodcnliainer is to l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 April 1911

J sesiE mt If c^<L 1 A , J Voi.umk XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 2 :>, 1911 Number 20 If you are a new resident here, you arc probably looking for a bank that will be as satisfactory as the one you left. THE ALTO STATE is the bank you arc looking for and will be as good or better than your old bank. TRAGEDY ENACTED. Husband Kills Wife Last and Then Himself. Night, THE ALTO STATE BANK M. C. Parrish, President. Aged Couple Made Happy. Austin, Texas, April 18.— There was a pathetic scene in the Governor's office this morn- ing when two aged people were made happy. A mother who, just reachiug the even/ jug of life, came in leading her blind husband. They had come to the Capitol in this rain. After two hours of wiit, necessarily full cf apprehen- mind being affected. The jn< siou and misgivings, they finally saw the Governor. Their youngest boy was in the training school for juveniles at Gatesville, a victim of bad compauy, and he is badly needed to assist in caring for his bl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 April 1911

S| 0 wrij; pIo> rviri hibi pirc siv scri r Iv)\, Jll ' girl ima Mil i la pi •<rav and niot er, on < a si R "i effo to fi 1 seat tliei Th< rigl aud old E the' two stor otlit had tarn in t an i pen tcrs stra info was lake feiret ing tion T- s n c 1 l>el i that the lilt'!) cnfi T hon just tion )f ll jolt Arai nd lion iUt «'eit igl \\ len 5« it THE ALTO HI-KALI I id; c UK ns 10 UK rU UR 11s 1 • \: ( d at 111 ( 0( il Ir y i i, t. I. AIII N, Pruprirlor A I ,TO, 'i I'. The sleeping slckncss In Increasing ■—In Philadelphia. This la the season when fish la con- •lderod u fine brain food. The harem skirt seems destined to • short life and an exciting one. In Russia they call the harom skirt m "Jupecullotte." That ought to kill It Our notion of ttie height of folly Is an all attempt to shoot up au ocean liner. The crusado against the housefly this year is to be exceedingly strunu- ous. Man has worn the trousers too long to allow women to appropriate them without protest. Bloepln...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 April 1911

1: m ft m I ■ ■ RESTAURS "W"~ A M) (' A N i) V MRS. I.. SUCK 1ST KIT C11 ; 1 'ri>pri«. tivis The kiekeison the iarm are o hard to get a ong with t-i:■ ■ kickers in t< wu. ( u i' in tlie:e is l!;<? kicking• >w atid ottr long-eared friend, iir mule, while in town there ! Additional Local Notes Miss Mattie Murphy spent a few week. days in Lufkin this MY STOCK STRICTLY HOMK MAD! ABSOLUTELY Pl'KK WIIOLKSOMK —T()()THS( >MIC — Hi: When wanting delicious confections try sc. PItIZE CONTI At I Wr i ! 1110 -shack v. :io wants | 1 )on't fail to go to the ] oils 'he Municipal improve- on the second day of May and •" a it! i:t paying l"< r I hem vote for school tax. ie cow n'lay he sold for beef. . ... . Minile traded off for a shot-L L V' Ic,TV sJ*nt,ft *ew n hut n tl Migbntafnnera! da>'* here w,th frlcnds tlns •; : 1 the town kicker u Burnett's has a fine line oi els rich by thejmen and boys straw hats. It is jits lor his prc- \i i I inner p us ' production. Free Voting Cou...

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