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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 May 1911

jgrmm ti 1Mb ALIO HERALD I. t. Alll N, Proprietor A I ,T0. TEXAS Swut the lly! If nil dreams cumo true. people would soon quit eating mince pie. The modern man who takes up his bed and walks In the malt ruga sales- Han. IUAREZ IS ATTACKED BY PARTY OF REBELS FIVE PEOPLE KILLED ON AMER- ICAN SIDE. AGAINST MADERO'S WISHES Holland produces 142,000 pounds ot butter a year. Enough to butter both sides of her bread. If the drinking cup 1b to go. somi economist of pocket space might com- bine a straw with a fountain pen. "Imbecile Insanity" Is the newest. Wo may yet hear of "Insane lunacy" If the experts run out of adjective* Shoo manufacturers announce that the feet of American women are grow- ing larger. The ungallant wretches! The story persists that the monorail system of transportation Is to go to Alaska and grow up with tho country. The Chicago youth who eloped with a girl and seven trunks would make a huge success In tho express business. Tho Oklahoma woman who has 13 sons, all under...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 May 1911

^T<- ' ' ~T - -i-V. Til I1, A I/n ) 11 Kli A I'J ) flTHIIII llll III IMMIIIIIIiHIIIWI III !!■—IIIHIIIII ■ IIIWIIlii IM RKIA PI'USONALSI LyzExmrzzrrc. i; i ■« Vj. At liKN. Proprietor THE STATIC OI- Tl-XAS. Miss Maggie Robinson spent 11 the day in Rediawti Sunday.!® igBBMBBBBMBBBM—i SSWmm Mr s. Jim King spent a tew- To the Sheriff or any Constable j days in Rnsk last week' [ of Cherokee County- (i reel in v.: You are hereby commanded to : summon the unknown heirs of 1'Iisha Risns, deceased, the names Miss Alma Nicaris visiting! and re: idences o r said defendants iu Palestine this week. being unknown t<> plaintiH, by, Q( ]}_ (Gibson of Rttsk spent! making publication of this citation , the das here Saturday. once in each week for ei;,'ht succes- sive we.-k . pr •• ior.s to tlie return date hereof, in some new? pa per published in your county, if there he a newspaper published therein, but if not, then in the neaiv. i eount;. where a ii.:W.-;> ipu" is pub- lish. •ominandinj...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 May 1911

44ft MH*'a [ I V, « . . i a Mi i i i 11 i iHIm 1 mrtiMiiiMiiywiimiiiwiiiiiriTi] rrr "iiri " is: MOTHER'S DAY. Governor Colquitt designates Sunday, i; May 14th, as Mother's Day. "Mother" is the sweetest word in the ' Ivuglish language; she is sweetest and <'rarest friend to all the human race. On j$ this Good Friday I am reminded that vj she was the last at the cross and the- first at the tomb of the Redeemer. As we go about our labors, if we accomplish them with honor and credit to ourselves, we al* tj ways have the smiles, encouragements a ad plaudits of mother. If we meet with misfortune, or fall in error and sin, she is the first to come to our rescue with syuv j).ithj* and love; in sickness she bathes our fevered brow, watches over us through thv.- vigils of the night, and encourages us to hope with a mother's kiss; in death she i, wei s her heart's tears of love upon us; in our wiongdoings she l'orgets our injus- tice to her, and pours out her soul of love and sympathy. We c...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 May 1911

A. *'■ -\\ ALL UP THE IN THE AIR OR ACCOUNT OF DIAZ ONE DAY IT IS WAR TO KNIFE; KNIFE TO HILT. THEN PEACE HOVERS OVER Much of Tragedy as to Individuals, but Principally Comedy as to Commanders, A El Paso, May 8.—In the reign of lawlessness now surging through Mex- ico there Is much of tragedy, but the onlooker cannot fail to see in nil of the leaders' movements a comical ex- travaganza. The high and mighty edicts and manifestos have the "red light" and "slow curtain" color all through them. That the whole republic Is In terror and suspense is undeniable, and that trere Is grave personal danger to the people at large is painfully patent. Enormous property holdings are en- dangered from lack of stablo govern- ment and proper policing. Moving bands of renegades here and there are making all sorts of depredations, and there are Instances of shocking bru- tality and flendlBli, wanton destruc- tiveness of property. The Diaz gov- ernment is either unable or unwilling to cope with the situa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 May 1911

/M f u J1 LOCALS C. M. Dil'er spent several days in Dallas this week. Miss l'crtlia Durham s Monday in Alto, All we want is for you to see a pair of Wilkins Htiggy Top Springs in use. Alto Trading Co. Mr. ami Mis. C. C. Childsjg, 1911. i Jacksonville are the guests same please say Advertised: Advertised Letters. The following letters remain unclaimed in the Alto post' office for the weekending May ; cake, after which the guests, departed, unanimously voting FROM MORRILL. Mr. and Mrs. R. Morrill left pent Mr. and Mrs. W'il McCuif-- of their daughter, Mrs. Cha Usher, this week. Misses Mary an 1 Annie the Friday for their home in lieu. most delightful of hostesses ton Harbor, Mich. Miss lCdna Dales, who has- We have been rt oj lie1- ted t<> announce that there will be 110 iTviccs laid at the I'resby Wlun c illine for and wishing that before longi they will again entertain the |)Cen visiting her sister, Mrs. S iciety. G. 11. Hutchius, left Friday ' .. ~ I for her home in Chicago. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 May 1911

/V a" •■ i IW Volumm XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY iS, 1911 NI'mm R ^iTsm^isai^BKSEaaaKi: A GOOD PROPOSITION. The Price/Booker Pick 1« "rmrnrmiiiiiiiiiiiii 1 mi ——Tnnir imiriiMTr~m—i-^i— TP '<"K GROOVERS Need to figure up and see .vliat tliey are getting for their stuff, and they therefore need a good pencil, I his haul: has a pencil for cftoh truck grower who will call for one after June 1st. The pencils will have a tendency to write "The Alto State Hank" and we want them to turn the truck growers to us in order to show the excellent service we render. The Alto State B a n k | THE BANK FOR THE TRUCKERS' I S. Manufacturing Company says kj §' they will establish a pickle M SI • • 51 plant here if the farmers will i • . , igree to plant as much as 10c Treves, which would be- very •asy for the farmers to do around here. We hope our farmers will get together and see if we can't have this fac ory here as it would benefit •vcrybudy and be.an enterprise for the town. Push it along, Could...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 May 1911

1 A i it a 1111: ALIO HERALD t. t. All! N, Proprietor A I,TO. TEXAS ——— The trouble with the harem Bklrt It will ban at the knees. According to an eaHtern Judge * •treet |>lano Is a vehicle. Of mualcf We couldn't Imagine a Bafer place to hide a pocket than In u harem ■klrt. Roans are now rlvaln In Boston of sleeping porches In the prevention of tuberculosis. Wrestling Ik tile latest fad of Boston girls. It Is good for the figure and the complexion. That Camorra trial, from t n do Bcrlptlon must somewhat resemble an agitated zoo. Tan fIioph arc going out of fashion again. The trouble Is they decllue tc retain their original color The Oriental nations do not seem to feel complimented by the adoption elcsowhere of the harem sklt't. The raglan overcoat Is coming back Into style We have not. after a dill gent Inquiry, been able to find out why. A goat In Kentucky is charged with eallng Important state documents Probably looking for Inside Informa- tion. A Chicago real estate man says ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 May 1911

A- I*"'-' |S . DIAZ MUST AGREE OR CN TO THE CAPITAL fEDERAL POSITION IS NEARLY COMPELING TO ACCESSION. MARCH TO CAPITAL PLANNED there Remain Fifteen Days In Which the Government May Negotiate Peace. Juarez, Mexico, Mny 15.—President Diaz has Just llfiecn days to agree to terms of peace acceptable to Fran- slsco I. Madero Jr. and his follow- ers. In die event such un agreement is not made within that time the In- •urroctos under the leadership of Gen. Madero will begin a march upon the City of Mexico. This statement was made by one of Sen. Madero'b advisers and followed a statement by Oscar Braniff, one of President Diaz's unofficial peace ne- gotiators, who said that he and his solleague, Esqulval Obregon, were now making an effort to arrange a program of peace which would be acceptable to both the Federal Government aud to the Maderists. The insurrecto officers who gave nut the time limit which President Diaz will bo given in which to corno to time himself said the Federal Gov- ern...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 May 1911

1 4 1 II It u a U W0E? •. • i: #1 . ^ .- -. , * t ; -if-- VW^VOSSI^x^V'ffliSiW^ 1 Friend*: vS U .1 toe:;- cqn' i I] ■ < i i m I ' " c . . i,-.:!hf illy say our business has shown such • venal inoreasa ihc past year thai we doubt there lothcr :«.isiness of any kind, in this c -Ay that v/il! our record Now, t'.i ;re is a rc^ro i for this that i :ci'. If -vc h a not soli honest Rood al hon vith pol. - and prompt :1U io-- vecculd not vn this gain. j. j }•;; v/ho were our patron* I :st year, we could •roiir r iv.ison for them remaining our custo- ■-'■ to 7i::sure them of the same square deal at our the fut.'.-- that they have received in the past. .'vol yct'.t a:-* sicl", you send for a j hysician in ybu have the greatest confidence. It iga't hi'i.:p fh-.-n, but the doctor who can cure i if> ■ ::yMi yo'i want, tfiv must Lave, its just as a;; > even n a i. :crc stl: it y<-u have hisprcsci'ip- in whose ob ity end hon B I o Iv: re .. ■ I i: s ime faith that you h tve \s your doc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 May 1911

•vr' **>"*■■ w x-%3. U . i*V X* WTuivwav II WDK se^WBHK«naurofttaBnBBieH n agaS2S£ saSBU«s; jk kHMMtnrr r.v* LVUI.11 :V.*lJlfkLtV1 Nt«aun« ;yvar«mMaw wwL h nm h—lift E\ p* p M !f You can Sol ve • «T a K « imvh ■ 3 iiiis Puzzle tsar Ass.sae • <iw ;• .w x. ^ FREE I Mr Gcltlcu, who has been 1 ' liere fot some time prospecting, I left last Wednesday for his M I home in Kansas City. We >;t e .pect Mr. Golden and lami'y will locate in rome part of J. U. G. NOTES In spite of the heavy rain and gloomy threatening wv.itI of last Thurs..lav the J. ( G ore s o nt^'J \v! j c1 md An As an advertisement wcswill give those priaes absolutely and unconditionally I'RF.K toll: • pc;■-■. ns S Cherokee county this year, U' ,!c ',U'" ' ' •ending.in the neatest correct* oluttMi Qf the *'XWENTY-&EVEN YUZZtW' The ncateat I but can't say just now what Misses^Ei'velia correct solution get* the piano, and the other prizes will be awarded m the order of t> writ. I part, but we hope that he will ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 May 1911

• ? rtN" FREE GOOD ITEMS OF NEWS t I ENTIRE WEEK'S HAPPENINGS THAT ARE WORTH PASSING NOTICE. WORLD THE FIELD Current Domestic and Foreign Newt Boiled Down to Readable and Small Space. A trial pnekngo <>f Munyon « T'nw Paw l\lla will 1)0 wnt free to anyone on rt> ijuoKt. Atldroaa IVoft-HHor Mniij' n, f 3<I A ■lefTenmn Sla., Philadelphia, Pa. If y<m are in ner«J (if metliVul nJvice, <lo not fail tc write Prt fr*Hor Mtinyon. Your cominuni- cation will 1m treated in atrict ronlidrnce, ■ mi your rotae will l « tliajpioapil nH fare- fully iih though you had a personal inter view. Munyon'n Paw Paw Pills ant unlikf all olh«r laxatlvPM or cathartics. They coax the 'iver into activity by gcntl* methods. Tn^y do not acour, they dc not Krlpe, they do not weaken, but they do start all the accretions of the livei and stomach in a way that soon put< thene organs in n healthy condition and corrceta ennatipatjun. In my opinion constipation in responsible for mont ail mcnt-H. Thc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 May 1911

■ "'VI V,, flP'W N i ) r n *'V Till? ALTO IIKALI) tiv_K. AM;N. Proprietor ^nama | PI RELY PERSON VLS| '.'HE STATU ();• T;:XA.;. To the SherifT or uny Constable of Cherokee County—C.celin;;: You are hereby comir.anded to j summon the unknown heirs of w ltM J'10"8 v •' -ends. teHHnusi^zaras&anragMai J. F. IJ'.irk of Forest was a visito' here .Sunday. Will Crouch ' •'.ent Sund iv $ J. B, Guinn of Rusk attcnd-jSj ed business here Saturdav, * * Ss j. S. Haws spent Sunday in lie Jacksonville with friends. i ,y All hinds oi groceries, goodll and i'resh, at Agnew's. Miss Bertha Durham lvlisha Kiggs, deceased, the names and residences of said defendants being unknown to plaintiff, by making publication of this citation unce in each week for eight succes- sive weeks previous to the return date hereof, in some newspaper published in your county, if there l>e a newspaper published therein, up from Forest.Sunday. ^ but«if not, then in" the was l nearest Boh \\'i mill; county where a newsp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 May 1911

Si* k *# •'/ t*SN i. !. N. Offices Will Slocum Defendants Slav in Palestine. , \Y. i;, j ] ] oust' - ateu lu •man's offi Chroni •;• V i Ivlv ! ' hi i c ill; licii .i.s ni ;v i; i i v- c. • " hell a I It . • porter inter- nal! re'.itive Are Granted BaiL Texas, Mav J J. U. G. NOTES. (Continued from last week.) The club color sehenr? o' <> served in the decorations ot Attorney N. I'.. Morris, repre' black and yellow, was stiff- 's -ntin:; the Slocum men held I K'eslc(1 also in the refreshment on chargt n \.u 'ii wuh ti;v.. i 1 a: Slocum hist \ . «*■* o.octnu in I course ol orange jeeairl c : : r-cr 111 cou" I late cakes. >u with tlu. lie trouble.1 hoc .w i !i v or t. 'ran i tt i. u have hcen in jail : i mtlaVrest several month ! , e. ived a telegram fro '.eitlr.s morning u 'r. i:itu cr th.A tin >urL oi eiiini ii • al had • rr.ir.ed t .i i h in tlie s . ;.i ... in i'i M t:;. < nr.. 'I ti i * > . \ ! I) Mill' til' e* lire \\ i,i l , itn]()\\ 111tilC J'Ci r.- the distric...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 May 1911

> TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS Wellington sulferpcl a $10,000 fire foas last Friday night. Honda have been sold for a $35,000 brick school liouso at Itauca. The Cook County board will furnish free Ico to the poor during the sum- mer. Actual construction work on Dallas' new L'2-story hotel commenced Satur day. The Denver will soon commence the erection of a $25,000 freight depot at Wichita Kails. Work on a school building to cost about $12000 will bo commenced at Forreston at an early date. Special railway rates have been se cured for the Confederate monument unveiling, at Longvlew, .lime 3. Considerable storm damages are reported from the Mexla and Oroes- beck sections, during last week. Five new street cars done In Brew- ster green have arrived and all in service on the new Greenville electric lines. Plans are being worked out for the formation of a hotel company at lx>ng view, which will build a $00,000 four story hotel of modern type. Henry Wallace, of Detroit, Mich., has bought a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 May 1911

i V 1 ! LOCALS .U /JJ M .-v i** «- *cr*cinn,> %v*rtMarvTT*jr «*i*K% Jtuh;e McClt'.re of Rusk war In Alto several days this week. i Bill Wallace of Nacogdoches county was here last Friday. Mr. Brnley spent Sunday ;ti Troup with homcfolks. Wallace and Ikflin Guinn oi Rusk were clown Tuesday. Miss Inn MeBee of Dial- ":11c was a visit r here .Sunday. V IIO'H: 'lie 1!, M. Oliver Rusk. iv y.ist arnveo .nt M :id iv Jr. MoT] of J )ialvillc spent Sunday with friends here, Who said Alio couldn't get up a Trades J)ay? Prof, J. M. ong of Rush transacted business here Mon- day. K. A. IJiounl of Nacogdoches transacted business here this week. Miss Jcddie Durham of Pur- est spent the day here Sunday with friends. Miss Lunia of Dialville was ilie guest of friends here Sun- day. Miss BeUieSculloek of Dial- ville spent Sunday here r.s ruest of friends. Gus Rounsavillc i; attend- ing the Bankers association at ('alias this week. Albert llolconib of Augusta ■ pfcul a few days here this week. («. B. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 May 1911

£ LJL M a Voi.l'MI-'. XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY 25. 1911 NUMBKK 2 fsmmamtmrnassssamasmss^smB^^^ TRI 'C 'K C iROWERS Man Shot to Death j Vf ■Kv,-vgg^«jp|^7^v:«? ■4 I at Burnet, Texas* Need to fig for their st- This bank will call i'ojt U!V up am iff, and the see .vhat tliey are getting thepMore need a gco 1 pencil, 1 .is a p.Hi oil for each truck grower who < ;ie after June 1st. The pencils will have a U-mleiu'y to write "The A'to Stal<- Rink" and we v.\;-n them to turn the truck growers to us iti order to show the excellent service we render. The Alto State Ban k |- 'THri BANK FOR The TRUCKERS' * Burnet, Texas, May iS,— ^ f. K. Jameson was killed here y j today at S a. 111. in the door of ;jjjj $ the postoffice, the weapon used j h :ng a 25-calibre automatic j pistol, and tour she is entered ' t e body. I. A. Hall was arrested and i; now in jail. Examination- .v 11 he waived as the grand , jury meets May y The decendeut is alleged to 11 a\e been striking Mall with i^ a walk...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 May 1911

THE ALTO HERALD V Is T \\ A I < )i Cr. Ci m< !)i K. Ca He Cr Ni r<; \1 pr< CC} 1.1. All IN, Proprietor ALTO, r i:\as What Is bolter than Rood flsblngT For that blue feeling try the sunnj side of the street Cat* should be shaved, for th«li whiskers nre full of microbe*. RUTHLESS SLAUGHTER GF HELPLESS PEUPLE REBELS UNABLE TO CONTROL LAWLESS MOB. Ah n leader of society Col Joht Jacob Astor 1m wearing a harem iblrL New halrdreKHlng ityles reveal that womun'B crowning glory In amenable to Kudden ahlftH Ar xprrt has found three (ltntlnc kind of gerniH on a cat h whlikera. Bbave your cat. This Is I he appointed time to ent uj> what remains of the canned fiult lelt from lust winter. The rampnlsn cigar ts barred. Poll tlrlans will have to devlsu some new Bieans of puffing candidates Now. If our pitchers and the weath- er man only hold out, the pennant is merely a matter of a few weeks. ~~ A Chicago policeman recently out- ran the fastest burglar tn the city. Hut why was the bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 May 1911

V. ::lkb jrTTr.-*, a«# r S ' t People- ! FROM PLUMBER TO PEER The United States Is the land of op- portunity, but even In the European countries under monarchical govern- ments and burdened with hereditary aristocracies It frequently happens that the lowly horn succeed In mount- ing well toward the top of the ladder. This Is especially so In England. Qer many furnishes a recent example of the possibilities of merit nnd ability ilarry Plato, of Hanover, Is a plumb er. He was a Journeyman for many years and traveled about the country with his kit looking far Jobs But Harry had brains and he secured not only an education but great Influence among Ills fellow craftsmen Some time ago the Artisans' congress pe- titioned Emperor William to give It representation In the upper house of the Prussian parliament. He select- ed Harry Plate and made him a peer with a seat In what corresponds to the House of l^ords In Great llrltaln. There he will sit hereafter, keeping watch and advocating everyt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 May 1911

il**" *~y ■'■- ' um , vimrn t urnvt myi Y T V A 1 <)i Cr Ci M. I)i K. Ca lie Cr Nt R. A1 pn CCf I * t> f L r \y\* < f\ I i b is 8 i- — H • vV: s. u m fwvivi k " x" ? U C \.vu [..ui i 1 { 1 '''.'i'T.'SfWtZh .WAV!' f, '• \f <''*3 1, C.<•. | \ * li I b .v«f *<*_,' ?.,,<* & M i V ""jr" *>'• ' L n « v • . f\ ■ E s r* j — 1 \ e^isauaamat: sc-:.? *v.,-,wr*.v: .>nw ^ . :\vr(isciiKii: we will :-;ivc there pi.. ■ . ~« ■ 11u 1 ini • 'it • • • v ' 1 !' i'i tli ■ n aii>; rorrc.'t s -iiiliuii "1 th '1\\.. 1\-SU ■ a I • • /d J*,. >11;. iii '' i- :lu- ]>,aiK\ and thcoilur i i- - v. - . v a .a. r.« -•—j • "M i .K \ k'- ■* 'i* v H p G? * • t Si b ? L'* •' n '■ "P' W 1 , iii. ,il \ - . IT] ■: iylit Piano I • .\n i i.i/.i-: j • l ■. i . lit I'i 111(1 fi>!' >'• I 2 ; E a THIRD l'RIZH | i jv .• ■'11 I'iaii'i for >150 | Ft H kTIl I'RI/.K ii (1. Watch value <2 Fil' Til I'KIZF. itHr < hi (fit, value 'i.i >( B?^X' * ' ?vrS 'V>Vvu' %.K v ' • r r .k\...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 May 1911

A ■ j * •I * wy III JO ALTO H It A [. 1) nwui Biumi in FF v! i rv v. w I IH'KKIAPERSONALSI '• '<■ aula, I roprietor ™ the STAT!: OF TliXAS. io tiie Sit (.Tip. orany Constable of Cherokee County—Greeting: | Von are lu;.ly eomiuanded to stun moil tile unknown heirs of Ivlislia K i.", tit.- .ised, tin' names and rcsi'i,.:i:cis of said defendants being unknown to plaintiff, Iry nnkin;. pul.'.i-ati a of thi, citation Misses Lester and Hansford' U ice ill each w> .k vr eiglu succes- QiUrles left Friday for Tyler ^ve weeks previous to tlie return {and Gilmer. date hereof, in >oine newspaper. J. M. Long of Rusk attended b.tsimss here last Friday. Miss Nettie Bowman is vi.«. iting in Rusk this week. B M. Oliver left last Friday for Abiline to spend summer. published in your county, if there be a newspaper published therein, I, b it if not, then in the nearest I ^ week cor.:-.' re a ivwspiper is pub- lishe. •.'0111111 iid defendants ■ • a;>;\;:r . next :eglilar t •mi < i ihe 1 ...

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