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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 May 1908

Mia MM g^ftvwviWidww wifv^iYiwwwwiwwwww^wywywWi^wwwwwwwwwwwi^tWiwyvk'wwwwwwwrtWivwww'««wwi^ § Our $4 Hats are equal to the $6 and $8 Hats of other stores ^ EX%' '<■*!) '.tTsmunnk. m We've Never before Shown Such Beautiful Mead wear I -TO SELL AT $4- Ever} style and color cffcct is included in the grand array of Turbans, new side cffccts and Merry Widow Sailors that we're featuring at this popular cost. If you've planned to spend from $6 to $5, then by all means see our famous S4 Hats before you purchase and you'll savj money. Dozens of Styles S4.o? Scores of Color Combinations OUR BUSINESS IS TO PLEASE YOU Let Us Convince You that We will do It A L E X A N D E R & M rJ \ 1 J •4 G Everybody admires the chic style of our Tailored Hats. Every woman will want at least one of these smart, jaunty styles to w.-ar with her new Spring Suit. They're fairly bristling with dashing, fetching fashion for street or business wear. Toques, Turban; High Crown Effects and Merry * . Widow Sailor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 May 1908

ijazTi rVj*' Ti'iltWillil — - -""T" J ON THE GLAD HIGHWAY. / * • £ !*. L ^ * wft.i a vVs -,| ( o ^ "Say, boss, you hasn't cr dime In ypr clothes, has yer?" "No, mv man, I have not Hut how did you guess It?" How I Cured Sweeny and Fistula. "I want to tell you how I saved one of our horses that had a fistula. We had the horse doctor out and he said It was so bad that he did not think he con Id cure It, and did not come ugain. Then we tried Sloiui'u Liniment and It cured it up nicely. "Ono day last spriiiR I was plowing for a neighbor who bad a horse with Bwecny, and I told him about Sloan's liniment and he had me get a bottle for him, and it cured his horse all right, and he goes off now like a colt. "Wo had a horse that had "sweeny awfully bad ami we thought it was never going to be any good, but we used Sloan's Liniment and It cured it up nicely. 1 told another neighbor about it and ho said it. was the best Liniment, he ever used. "Wo are using Sloan's Sure Colic Cure and we think I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 May 1908

mm Wk ''Si JJ W M*.-' IM S HEAVY DAMAGE JT SUFFERS HEAVY LOSS i BY WIND AND WATER. :gro family is killed " five njilc I'clork 'Ml £74 vj Kit icli'. Hail and Winds Do Groat Havos to Many Crops and Build- ings. tori*. Texan. April '24.—Twontv- rcsiilcncoK. practically the east- «rn half of Deport, a town twenty en Kouthoust of 1'ariri, were de- jyed by a hurricane nhout <> yeHtcni iv evening, the cot- oil mill, li&ptist and 1'rcnhy- irian Churches sullering a like fate. \Y If Isl tell, a drupgUt, was crushed to death in his residence ^Stken it collapsed, his wife and four Biililrrn escaping h\ running to the irin house. Others known to he injured hut t fatally are Captain George I jrrelI and wife <!. (i. Baughn, E. rSnllivan wife and .son. All these ve broken arms or legs and pain- I bruises. ■The storm came up the valley «m the southwest, cutting a path eral hundred yards wide. It did t last long, and there was little, if ;V, electricity. It swept away strue- Ires in its...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 May 1908

;. 'VJ • . "■ r • <* ': \ '■.i't'; *■' ■ -<-..^,.V., .,1^ S^> <««> '. if rrttU <- jA careful wife will always keep usuppl i ed with BALLARD'S SNOW LENIMENT A Positive Cure For Rheumatism, Cuts, Old Sores, Sprains, Wounds, Stiff Joints, Corns, Bunions and all Ills. SHE KNOWS. Mrs. C. II. Runyon, fitan- borry, Mo. writes: I huvo une<l Snow Liniment n.nd can't say enough for It, for lilieu- inatiriin and all pains. It is the moot useful medicine to liavo itl the house." Three Sizes 25c, 50c, $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, MO., Sold and Rccommendcd by J. 1;. AVUViN Roosevelt's request for four battleships was refuser) by the naval committee, although after the big stick had been shaken at them, they author- ized ,the construction of only two but did not make any ap- propriation to pay for them The big stick was brought cut again and now the necces- ary funds have been promised. Itojs Will lie lid}s and are always getting scratch- es, cut.-?, sprains, bru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 May 1908

■A HkCp '"*Ml «Sd*'r-Til I r-y! M Mmamkm Cntrrrd Januarvu*. 1901, of Ihc Alio. Tcxo POStOfflCC as VrorvH'njv rinll naffer A( f of Oonurc.s* Mnrch 3. 1879 Volume \*I 11 ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 8, rooS, KUMHER 2 2 ■ r \ ran- jSBjlf M Did it ever occur to you why all good business men keep a checking account with a bank? We will tell you. It enables them to keep their P funds in a more secure place than the office safe. It gives them a better standing in the 5 . business world. It enables them to pay their bills by check, the returned check being an in- disputable receipt, <■)' Individuals find a checking account very con- T venient and a source of saving. Money in one's /K pocket is often spent on the spur of the tno- L incut, while one is disposed to think twice be- fore drawing on his balance in the bank. Get the Savings Habit. Lay up for a rainy day. Stav an account now with Continental Bank 8c Trust Company G. ROUNSAVILLE, Cashier at Alto. Safeguarding a New Epoch It is not ev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 May 1908

MWIMPR \ *~\ IJ IS> . THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. alto. TKXAN TEN PERSONS ARE DEAD ANOTHER HOTEL FIRE ADDS A NEW HORROR. THE NIGHT CLERK SAVES MANY A fine fillers > Marcos Imtc-licrv « State Fair. \ 11iI>it from Sail 11 I" made al tin; I lie amount >il in pursi-s al lli<' will in- about 111111 u - \ > t a 1 (• I ftrd i.i Kid. 10 air ii- offered this year Klaborate preparations arc going on ct Mineral . lis fur tin- Stat'- ('(invention III' tin- I'aglcs, Will) lliect there oil the ■) lib in-taut. (!. O. I >avis nf the southeastern part of Denton oCunlv. last \m- k liouglit an 800-aeiv ranch in Cray Connlv, ] la s i ii ii if.V.'.ooo fur tin- triu-l complete. Stainforil is an active eamliilale for the 1 ;•()!> (-(invention of the Texas Press Association, ami will have a delegation al the Mineral meeting this nionth. Interior Was Dry an Tinder and No Power Could Have Saved Building. Tori Wayne, I ml.. May I.—Tel known to he dciiil, manv missing and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 May 1908

KEEPING BEES ON FARM A Neglcctsd Industry Which li Very Promising, Gilbert Allen, writing to Farm mid Itaneh on this subject, says: In proportion to the "population, the number of people who keep bees is very small, yet there is no branch of farming—for it should be con- nected with farming — more profit- able at certain seasons than the keeping of bees. A good strong col- ony ill the midst of the busy sea- son will collect and store four or five pounds or more of honey daily, the amount of work done by the bees depending upon the forage and the strength of the colony. As soon as a colony becomes weak and in- capable of defense it will be attacked by the stronger ones and robbed. Heme, in order to keep each hive up to its fullest capacity, the bee keeper must provide' plenty of comb foundations in order to lessen the work to be performed, and sow such crops as will afford honey later in the season, when the flowers have finished blossoming. The swarming process is nothing more than ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 May 1908

' mrm '——-"iiTim 11 r ri run iiimi twm irfiMit11—in.ii • mm** - ■ ■ .^SaSSaSSSTT-.-ii: III I. I ^ W# m* . > . *. r-u _ « • „ r, Tl,:« O^ ^ " ' if * ft To be first in line with the new things at all times^Until you have seen the Nc\\ Sh'ics oho a n by us you J/ y are not sure that you have seen the really new *$ Every department of our store is ong H^n. 1'1^1 in~ , 1 1 Jy v ai4.|,T <-\f c-rv «* All fi>ll i -rsliin cfr>t"u rvf \x;lrnf fn u/£Mt*. \X/h,lt t'HOSe who dlcSS WCll V; 1 u \ Of II gS . ■) fr) B '{ early blossoms of spring-.* All tell a plain story of what to wear, what tnose w ?{ you will tancy when you see them 'I Our Dress Goods Department |s, k,cmjne ^i,h a11 ^ cwcst' / __«« — — L .— fabrics for Spring and bummer, M such as Toulon Silks, Soic Pcrlce, Novelties, Silk Tissues, Arnold's Swiss i Appliques. Silk Mulls, Persian Organdies, Djttcd Swisses, S ilk Ginghams Batistes, Lawns, etc., in all the leading colors; in fact, anything you may wish in Stylish Dress M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 May 1908

! f; Our %4 Hats are equal to the $6 and $3 Hats of other stores % *J M'.'a.j'. ..wr--—j j ..jmbm,. !■' •. mar—fwjTi wu «p, ■■ irr-T-r-i-r 1-1 u« . : :l We've Never before Shown Such Beautiful Mead wear H *■, -TO SELL. AT $4. Every style and color effect is included in the grand array of Turbans, new side effects and Merry Widow Sailors that we're featuring at this popular cost. II you've planned to spend from $6 to $8, then by all means see our famous $4 Hats before you purchase and you'll save money. *. Xt Dozens of Styles $4.9? Scores of Color Combinations K I , m Everybody admires the chic style of our Tailored Hats. Every woman will want at least one of these smart, jaunty styles to wear with her new £■ -m Sp.'ing Suit. I hey're fairly bristling with dashing, fetching fashion for street or business wear. Toques, Turbans. High Crown F leets and ;Merry £ ; tm Widow Sailors, with wings, quills or ornaments arranged by our clever designers to insurcmost effective and becoming style...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 May 1908

if &m/H-1 -**«*• 'MmHsrtMMmrWiMtt r1M-M. J HHI r«.pi i / SHIP SINKS AN INEXPLICABLE F.XPLOSIO,',' DESTROYS THE VESSEL. ONLY li FEW MEN AGE SAVED Only DR Cadets Out of 300 Rcscucc)—• Cause of Explosion is Unknown. Tuki'i, Muv, Ailmiral Y'> lii- mat.su. coininandci of tho training Kiiuatlrn.'), reports tlmt nn c\|>l".-i<in m ourreil in 1 lie ,stocl< iiin^itziiie of the < ruisi-r Mnlstisliiina at 1 :()•■? o'clock \r-tc:.|a\ iiMi'iiiii:.' while an- chored at Mnlcang, a harbor in tho IVscaduri ! 'a1 '] ' M : ' tint iI onlv 1 ic 'rid"! win \ i- le. I f- forU at roi no l>\ lioal from (lie I (-!Iitlia i ii:l 'in il lint :l '.I i. in., s IV- in> tin' livi- of III men. incluliii!* sonic officers. 'I'Ih majority of tlio offlccra were savcil nnd at the linn1 of tic A<l- tii i ru IV report, the cadets nutnl> re<l 5S cmf. of a eoniplctcincnt of 300. The -'in.- of liaron (Miiinia, Vice- Mini !cr of the Foreign Otlicc, ami of Princo Oyama, Field Mtiralial, nrc amon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 May 1908

almost a miracle. Raised Up When Science Said Thera Was No Hope. O. W. I,. No; liltt, Depot Strcnf. Marlon. Ky., writes: "I wns a chronic Invalid with kidney troubles, and often wished death might crnl my awful suffer- ing s. Tho secretion;-. Were thick with sedi- ment, my limbs swollen and my right side so nearly par- alyzed I could not raise my hand above my head Tlii- doctor held out no hope of my re- covery, and I had Riven up, but at last started uslu>; Doan's Kidney Pills and made a rapid rain. After throe months' use I was well and at work again." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster Mil burn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Reflected Sentiment. "Whenever that man speaks, you know exactly what he thinks," re- marked the admiring auditor. "I shouldn't say that," answered the cautious person. "Hut you know ex- actly what lie thinks his constituents want him to think." It's Fine. C. M.Johnson. Louisville, Ky., writes: "I have used your Hunt's Cure and it is line." Wo have mnny simi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 May 1908

'irseWNtSLL.. , $ 1 r i ■ 1 f n * . : 1 I tf £ si la *:c si; On <i.' (!:i gil il I Ta Ik; tcr as, l)US- XV :n my Ah lis], col I 1ST tin' cam ret i 11 duel pay t w l fid cc the Jai'i Jock Detai I'll mi voi rirn, troop in fan was a inarol in (Ik of oil gann mil i (n Pytl A i concla 'JVxiis Thar! eon* pi comer 'I'lir It nbly w fdt gr < n i in no courlos be tliei ^ jf .it1 • ■. 3 ! -f-> h i? & Wiu mM* $; %%w iM fe I CtiKwP '' " ' • •% -v/ -? " ;'s i. I > . ^ «.«?*•/ / / ¥ . • I J /y I ■ ■ ■ <2 Hv woyr.sri ^''A/ ' ijmisercnff <>;,/ * . - * *:*• n < V- ,>.n: 7T•*"y r . uV x iC lX1 k £ 0 ^w'u* - © r H ,! (ft* \ ■ v;-"7 > • • IS i- fj 'V li> 0. ; f J . . 1 j 1 •; L 'j •«* «' K ' | .'• 1 ! 11 >M. .. !"■ I'M. L* the building. Ordinary seat- nig capacity of the main aud- itorium of St. Paul's is only 4 ,ooo. There is no America fire insurance company doing bus- iness in Chile. j;v„r V. rl/ino C ' i" r k'Pu'T , UV.1 4 a I j J"t ' • if to I " mfscr/iWa. n ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 May 1908

•' , "',.V *■ . • Crtli'i'rd lanu'itVu 8, 1001, ol I he Kilo, Texo iVsloffke asS«5C«iwOiivs Mall Moltcr VI of Conurrss* MoKhJ. 1871 VOLUMK VIII ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 190S. Number 23 M B T 'JX R N Did it ever occur to you why all good business men keep a cheeking account with a bank? We will tell you. It enables them to keep their iunds in a more secure place than the office safe. It gives them a better standing in the business world. It enables them to pay their bills by check, the returned cheek being an in- disputable receipt. Individuals find a checking account very con- venient and a source of saving. Money in one's pocket is often spent on the spur of the mo- ment, while one is disposed to think twice be- fore drawing 011 his balance in tlie bank. Get the Sa !ng« habit. Lay up for a rainy day. Start an account now with Continental Bank 8c Trust Company G. ROUNSAVILLK, Cashier at Alto. K K District Court Grand and Petit Jury r.RAND JURY J C Ellis, Wesley Martin, J C Jones...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 May 1908

w ■-• • ~-Jg 'd- wwiiii'ir ' -,r * JK •■• 3L. 1 ■ Jr ; (.' r 1 ii \v 11 ii ol ga\ in ro T< ti CO C( ! rri nlii M tai co\ U> THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. QUESTION TEDDY'S PUN ATiTO, TKX AS MANUFACTURERS THREATEN TO FIGHT HIS POLICY. Then is inucli comp of dam- age to tlu1 peach crop by high wind?'. The taxable valuation of properly in Waxahachie (hi- year is $:i.5i;"',- 000. mi mi rcase of $i'-'5,00U over last year. The l'ir-i National Rank of Isick- licv opened iis doors for business on j Thursday. Ii i> capitalized at 000. "LET OS ALONE'THEIR SLOGAN In instn Bible. till v Switch" is ihe name l>allas waterworks switch, in honor of Hoe Riley, editor of Ri- ■v's Hoiinder. • 1 >r given the Tiie Kansas City Southern is ar- ranging to install electric fans in all its lay-over sleepers between Kan- sas City and I'ort Arthur. The program for the eel eh rat ion of the Jefferson Davis centenary on June IS. In be held at Austin, hits been revised and cunipleted. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 May 1908

poultry Present Prices Make a Gold Mine of the Barnyard. In the loon! market, say s the San Antonio Express, poultry commands* such a high price as is almost pro- hibitory for persons of limited in- come and economical haliits. Last week spring chickens of fry- ing size were selling at from (50 cents to 75 cents each, and two of them would not be too much for a meal for an able-bodied man with a good ap- petite. Turkeys were quoted at 15 cents a pound "on the hoof," as the cattle- man would say, and 20 cents dressed, while eggs freely sold at 20 cents a dozen. Now it is up to farmers and poultry raisers to say if there is not big money in the poultry industry at prices considerably lower than those quoted. Of course, the farmer is not to be blamed for getting all he can for his products. We would not be- grudge him a dollar apiece for his chickens or a dollar a dozen for his eggs, because we realize that the prosperity of the farmer is the basis of all prosperity, but at the same ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 May 1908

- WKKi T> r« i """ I 1 i ) \ i \ > i o # ii i* r r <x oh T* Hi fe1 1i* ri> be i TA I! A A f5 In f HA DAIS/MI A* TNJO OtAWA I f * H )i * fi To be first in line with the new things at all times.■'Until you have seen the New Styles shown by us you > i. j-L.j. 1 i_k „tl.. . C J ,~t—. r>f s\4 4 ♦* i" UricvUt :inrl invitfnry u/ith Cf m are not sure that you have seen the really new «j£ Every department of our store is bright and inviting with t early blossoms of spring..* All tell a plain story of what to wear, what those who dress well will favor—things \ you will iancy when you see them tit ** <*. t* -* K Our Dress Goods Department ]\ ,ccmins ™i,h aI1 newest, i — L————— fabrics tor Spring and bummer, such as Toulon Silks, Sole Perlee, Novelties, Silk Tissues, Arnold's Swiss t Appliques. Silk Mulls. Persian Organdies, Dattcd Swisses, Silk Ginghams ^ Batistes, Lawns, cte.. in all the leading colors; in fact, anything you may % wish in Stylish Dress Materials may be fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 May 1908

I" n- PLUMS FOR MAY BUYS a ^WitSM r^j Iks [I Wsh it? 1 ft LA (\ i1 d "\ \\ H 0 '■ T ■ • * r sizustf r ' ssai::,- * 5 £ ^ { 6 O "• & \^%f\f & £\ £■"" I ill fvF AnnHci Adapted to the MAY Weather and May nccds-^styli;-h ideas n 5 VV/ aUlU'^ L U,i U 1 V3UUUO soryto your comfort and pleasure by the advent of real season : ncccr fcrf . Ml , & ther. 1 0 intensify the buying interest we are placing on sale many new Hcjs in all our various lines^iJeas that fashion ibl sanctions^that late iu -hi' ^ nate purchases enables us to offer at especially reasonable low prices. Our store is sparkling in every department with new and nobby things md *•' you'll be pleased to take home with you, and say, "Isnt it pretty, and so cheap^" ;£ Our Superb Clothing is 3 grcat success this season.many new patterns in Grey, Olive, Serges and Fan" cies, Snd they ord cut in the Veiy Latest of £ Patterns, and we can fit you in SLIMS, STOUTS * i* or REGULAR. In passing by the many good I.g things in our S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 May 1908

Hr 111 II < i \6 AT A CRITICAL TIME. Women Are Likely to Suffer with Dan- gerous Kidney Disorders. Mrs. Jolin Kirk, R. F. D. No. 2, Do- trolt, Mich., says: "Five years ago at a critical time of lifo I was on the verge of a collapse with kid- ney troubles, back- ache, dizziness, puffy dropsy swellings and urinary Irregularities. I lost flesh and felt languid, nervous or unstrung all (ho time. As my doctor did not help me 1 begftn using Doan's Kidney Pills. In a few weeks all these symptoms loft me. 1 now weigh 163 pounds and feel In ex- cellent health." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foater-Mllburn Co., Iluffalo, N. Y. AN EXPLANATION. FRISCO IN GALA ATTIRE REA RADMIRAL EVANS CYNOSURE OF ALL EYES. "Why didn't you answer your teach- er when she spoke to you In the arith- metic class, Ethel?" "Coat mamma told me I muthn't tbpeak duriu' thcool hourth." BOY KEPT SCRATCHING. Eczema Lasted 7 Years—Face Was All Raw—Skin Specialists Failed, But Cutlcura Effected Cure. "When my little...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 May 1908

MM M wS a# l^vll mm 'DELICACIES FOR AN "AT HOME." Dainty and Artlitic Way of Servlnfl Punch, Bonbons and Wafers. Specially dainty and artistically ar ranged wero the refreshments served last week at a fashionable but "homey" "At Home." It was in one of the new apartment houses, but the dining-room belnK at the far end of the long hall, refreshments were served in the little library off the drawing-room. Tho library table, pro- tected top and lower shelf with renals nance scarfs and twined with smilux about tho rim and down the legs, held In Its center the big cut glass bowl of punch. Tills had a smaller wreath of sinllax about its base, but the rim was encircled with small clusters of white grapes arranged to hang care lessly half outside and half in the bowl. A vase of American Beauty roses, plates of nut and mayonnaise and cheese nnd mayonnaise sand- wiches, a loaf of home-made chocolate cake on a sliver plate, low glass dishes of bonbons each in Its tinted paper case, and other p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 May 1908

f Mfcm .. , -v: • ••• • . ■ ,. r-: gWHiWWBBSflW , ™...v ;,-V * • rjpywr ■ ^rrsniw • • I m VI '< I [A careful wife will always! keep wsuppl i ed wit h BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT A Positive Cure For Rheumatism, Cutis Old Sores, Sprains, Wounds, Stiff .loints, Corns, Bunions and all Ills, SHE KNOWS. Mrs. ('. II. Ttunyon, Stfin- borrv, Mo. writes: I have used Know Liniment anil can't Hay enough for it, for Khou- xnatlsm and all pains. It is tho inoBt UH' ful inodleino to have in tho bouBO." Three Sizes 25c, 50c, $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, MO., Sold and Recommended by j. 1'. aL1/J.v.\ Although a bumper crop of farm products ii; exported this year, yet men who ought to know say that puces will rot suffer in consequence. They reason that the rapid increase of popuation, both in the United State;; and Kuropc, will increase the demand so much that prices will be kept up and that out* farmers will reap a good reward for their labor and industry in the field. T in' I isii of tl...

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