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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 June 1911

ft m m THE ALTO HERALD t. f. ALU N, Proprietor ITEMS OF NEWS A LTD, TKXAS Get ready to swat the fly. VaHsar college Is 60 years old, but doesn't look it. Dead artlHtB are appreciated, while the living are Ignored. Fishhooks are ripe, and you can dig bait while spading the garden. A baseball team's winning Rtrlde will do It no good If It never strikes It Farmers should welcome the aero- piano. They won't have to turn out for It. The strawberry always makeH good !n the shortcako. It Is the national berry. So If you go to the coronation, you cannot watch the baseball games here at home. The shrinking violet has plenty of cause to shrink or even to Bhrlvel If It prefers to do that. A Chicago doctor has found danger- ous microbes In the whiskers of cats. Don't kiss your cat. "Let a woman have the last word," nays one of our Jurists In advising mere men. Superfluous advice. Berlin boasts of a talented canine who can talk His education Is prob- ably progressing In dog l^atlu. Another kind ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 June 1911

I w. Be ■ mSi, m ■r ■, a. •' V i, S- Rv' fi" Mb* fm~ .■.Wt'- I ff t; I B /< i ',.,1 /? (/ „r\„ T -4 BHk i \ y ND STIMSON NEW WAR SECRETARY Henry Lewis Stlmson, the new sec- retary of war. Is a progressive Repub- lican of the Roosevelt stripe and haa been considered as Roosevelt's right hand man in politics. Stlmson Is forty-three, ile comes of a Knicker- bocker family and was born In New York September 21, 1867. At Yale he was a member of Psl Upsllon and Skull of Bones. After he graduated from Yale In '88 ho went to Harvard and received his master's degree In '89 and his law school diploma In '90 In 1893 he became a member of the law firm of which Ellhu Root was n member, and In 1906 President Roose velt took Mm from a lucrative private practice to make him United States district attorney for the southern dis- trict of New York. During the three years that followed Stlmson dlstln gulshed himself In tho prosecutions of the sugar trust, Charles W. Morse and railroad rebaters. Last ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 June 1911

MHMKK MMM M ■vHRHj PURELY PEHSONAI A Tribute of Love to Katio Ratio R. Fu'ton was l>orn Oct. 24, 1889, and passed from this world of sorrow iuto a better land, where there will be 110 more sad parting, Mon day morning at 4 o'clock, a. rn. May. 29, 1911, at the home of his precious father and mother in Dialville; departing from this world very suddenly. The cause of his death being heart failure. He was the son of Mr. aud Mrs. J J. U. G. Club. Miss Mae Arrant was the hostess for the J.. U. G. Club Thursday afteruoon of last week. The house was decorated with ever-greens and the club tlower, sunflower. Miss Mae 1 was assisted in entertaining by her sister, Miss Hattie Lee Arrant. |n two interesting contests, the favors fell t'. Misses Alma 5>'icar and Elouise Blautou, when at the conclusion re^ freshmeuts consisting of icc cream and cake were served to •he following members and guest.1-; Misses 1 )essie Mounce, Addie Pyle, Mary Rion, Alma Nicar, Bessie Fisher, Inez Fisher, Louis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 June 1911

THE ALTO HERALD V t E. E. ALLEN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year $1.00 Six Months Three Months 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put on the books until paid for. Entered as second-class matter Jan. 3. 1901, at the postoffice at Alto, Texas, unier act of March 3. Notice to the Public. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation, which may appear in the columns of The Herald will be gladly cor- rected upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. Second District Congressiona Aspirant. Hon. Georg B. Terrell of Cherokee county has an- nounced that he will be a con- didate for congress front that distric and we sincerely hope that he will be succful. Ma. Terrell has served several terms in the legislature of this state. We have had the pleasure of serving with him in two sessions and we know that he is a renl friend to the people of Texas. He is honest as Paul and as straight as a shing...

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

4*< f V I A- ■ II ( & ¥ DON'T NEGLECT YOUR KIDNEYS. Kldnejr trouble* are too serious to beglect. Blight nil menu are often forerunner* of KvrryPtrtigr ftUsAsiory t dangerous kid- ney Illness and •tiould be treat- ed without de- lay. Obadlah B. Crane. 222 First At., W'atertown, 8. Dak., says: "I was taken with rheumatic pains and my left limb Iras almost paralyzed. I hobbled around with a cane as weak as a child. I was afflicted with a bladder weak- iipbs and whr compelled to arise sev- eral tlmex during the night. Shortly after 1 commenced to use Doan's Kid- nely I'llls, I could do work, that was before Imposnlhle. 1 am stronger and bKter than In years." Remember the name—Doan's. For Bale by druggists and general storekeepers everywhere. Price 60a Koster-Mllburn Co., Iluffalo, N. Y. APPROPRIATED IT. WASTE IN HIGHWAYS HALF THE MONEY SPENT IN PUBLIC ROADS 13 THROWN AWAY. □ ' 4"'« Evelyn—They any there Is only one person In fifteen with perfect eyes. Georgo (with uncommon fervor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 June 1911

A l/*<- X > A •i TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS The first oat* of the season wore : reported at Temple last Thursday and , the price was 35 cent*. Preparatory' work ha* commenced on the aovenstory ferro-concrete cot ton exchange building In Dallas. A hoy soaped a hillside street car track in Dallas last Friday night. He vu caught in the act and fined |50. A garage and three automobiles were destroyed in Throckmorton Sat- urday. Tho loss was estimated at 17000. Twenty per cent "plus" is the In- crease shown in Dallas postoffice re- ceipts for May, 1911, as compared with May, 1910. It is reported that State Senator Cofer, of Gainesville, may be appoint- ed a professor of law In the State University. A. R. Saddler, a Confederate veter- an, and formerly sheriff of Ix>gan County, Ark., died at Dalhart a few flays since. The three-year-old daughter of Ed Allen, of Ector, Fannin County, wat) probably fatally burned Saturday while playing In a fire. Twenty-one Chinese left E! Paso Sat tirda...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 June 1911

Si «*«; LOCALS ludpe Cummings attended court in Rusk Monday. Frank Hill ^tended court in Rusk Monday. Joe Burke of Forest was the guest of friends nere Sunday. Car choice hay just arrived at X. II. Agnew's. Mrs. Herring left Thursday tor Huntington. \\r. J. Knapp attended busi- 1 's in Jacksonville Monday. Satisfaction guaranteed at (5ninn's drug store, of course. Miss Jeffy Butler of Rusk i:- visiting in Alto this week. M. E. Maddux of Pollok spent a fV\v days here with ])i ! icfolks thii.' week. Bud Woinmack of Weches transacted business here Sat- u nl ay. ivsli car flour, chops, bran, and meal, just arrived at N. J!. Agnew's. Mrs. Jennie Matthews spent Saturday and Sunday iu Luf- kin. The W. O. W. Circle will liiLet on Monday, June 12, at 4 o'clock. We carry the standard iu everything. Who? Gu inn's drug store, of course. Horris Latham ,of Pollok sp.-nt a few days here with relatives this week. M iss Reba Bishop of Cle/ Mr. and Mrs G co. Huston j and daughter and son, George Alic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 June 1911

/! (/' A. "•"i-'awRMc yyfoit\' ■ v. y >■ 4 / £,'\6 <X m U m m i ,j ♦ ■iSjgK Ml Mr.v> 1 i'^iSgp. £| ^;i V r . t ^lAC w:—<_v —* # ft /*> Volume XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, June i,, i9u NUMiJl-K JkS Zz&azaauss&sBKs ti 3<C oua DEPOSIT S GliOW TRUCK GROWERS We have a good "Alto State Batik' pencil for you if you will call for it. When you arc in town, make our bank your s'opping place, use our phohe, drink oar ice water, get the beuefit of the electric fans, and be happy. Look for our statment on the 7th. DEPOSITS now over $70,000.00, THE ALTO STATE BANK M. C. Farrish, President, ,. . M. E.JMcolure, Vice President, T. D. Miller, C uhier, Ejrsaj- ' .r" v*.v« Bec.ius'.: t nc i e Alti* relive that givinn ccei:c::t iti v: oi we arc in our :\in:; ; :i: ;' s.u men vou had to fro to the ccn'cr of the street, aud then sometimes you would have to w:nt until wagons, buggies, (and horse- backers conld clear the street, Everybody seemed to enj >y die daj' wand expressed th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 June 1911

V < THE ALTO HERALD 1.1. Allt N, Proprietor ALTO, TEXAS Billy mad dog scares are a little backward this year. These bo the days when the most ascertain thing Id life Is the aura Up The trouble with Luther Burbank's Strawberries U ther do not taste like •trawberrlea. New Yorw proposes to beautify lt skyscrapers. Might try some of the modern millinery Hereafter teach the children that the year ban three seasons—Bummer, autumn and winter. A woman pnld $30 long distance tel- ephone charges to talk to a parrot— oo, one with feathers GOOD ITEMS CF NEWS ENTIRE WEEK'8 HAPPENING3 THAT ARE WORTH PASSING NOTICE. WHOLE WORLD THE HELD Current Domestlo and Foreign News Belled Down to Readable and Small Space. Notwithstanding It Is 20 yards long. Queen Mary's coronation train will run In one section only Queen Mary's determined stand against rouge Is a terrible blow to some lovely complexions A baby. It Is reported, has actually Seen born on Fifth avenue. New York. It has {5.000,000 a coming Wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 June 1911

SSSmmmd* «r \ * —.J-— V ; m .jfil .► > THE ALTO HERALD;WOMAN TRIES TO END HER LIFE. I". E. ALLEN, EDITOR. SUBSCRIPTION RATES tircumstar.ccs surrounding ihe' J y sliootiilL* from her. One \ ear $i .00 Six Months Three Months ^5 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put 011 the books until paid for. After Firing Shot Woman Appeals to Her Maid to Assist in Hid- ing Letters and Papers to Conceal Identity Entered as second-class matter Jan. 3, 1901, at the postofficc at Alto, Texas, 1111 ler act of March ! the 1*79. Houston, Texas, JutVc to.— j Complete mystery srrrotinds j the attempted taiicide of a handsome young woman at Macatce Hotel at Mrs. Wallace appears to be about 25 years of age and is evidently a woman of wealth. Her clothing, of which she i had three trunks full at the hotel, ij of the very best and : of the latest style. Her jew/ 1 e'.ry, too, is of the best and is i worth several thous Information Thursday to the effect that the attending A T t O N. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 June 1911

I f •.A, f r tii r • j ■ ' riai ■w r*r"" \nother Revolution Is i Stomach to Probable In Mexico* bo Analyzed, felix Diaz is Said to Have Planned a Revolt Against the Maderist Par4y ar\d to Have a L arge Army Ready. New Orleans, La., June 6— Velix Diaz, nephew of the de- posed ruler of Mexico and gov crnor of the state of Oaxnca, is going to hpad a revolution against the new regime, start- ing from the old hoipe of the Diaz family, aud the outbreak is scheduled for any tunc with- in the next sixty days. A private letter received here today told of the plans of Felix A Color Schcme. Pe red man dream 'bout built- in, An' horsebacK gallopin; Body oUtfiss Martha Luna Taken De yallcr man, he's drcamin' 'Bout a lie, which is a sin. Up By Order of The Court. Jt.'acojjdochc* Sentinel. The body of Miss Martha f,una whose allege death from jobouiiig occurcd about twen- ty days ago, was yesterday aken up by order of the court ind the stomach sent to Dr. Moore at Houston to be an* ilyzed. Since t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 June 1911

s ■—rfiin i f 'Tf • THE SPLIT LOG DRAG USE AND LIMITATIONS OF THIS DEVICE IN CARING FOR ROADS. USE FOR CONVICT LABOR Dragging Should Always Be Done Juat After a Rain—Good Road Is One That Is Good and Uaable 365 Days in Year. / By HOWARD H. GROS3. There Ib no road Implement that will <o more to mako bad roads better than the split log draj, nnd none that ts no Inexpensive. A handy man can usually grt up one at a cost of $3 or $4. Better ones can be bought of Aad machinery companies for S8 to $15. There la no patent on It. so there Is no reason why they should not come Into general use. The problem of supplying prisoners with work that shall not compete un- fairly with free labor Is not yet solved. Here, howevir, Is an article (hat can be reaill'y made to advantage In the penitentiary and It would be well to have a few thousand turned out. The writer desires In fhe outset to correct a misconception that seems <julte general, nnd that Is. that the ipllt log drag Is a solution of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 June 1911

I «•' •'>Tpy.>nw ■ ■ V$ • T K«4ij!tow*$r'®5-- -'-' - ^ 5 iC*r«x •%" Q, zrv^ ■.' > " •v \> v ''vt 5 '" r> 8 . . M C _, ,1M * i A Lii A en a i\i FOR ;mURSl> vV. JUNE 2 2 (' ,v. Hour On'v—l():!i() t« ll:'J<) r~it '*• Bj—« jPviKUM^ f 10 cent Bleaching to '! n ' * i "T "t ^ 'V& ,ac h Cv^lomr c. v .' II j-i *-A<ri «• •'• v il r.'maxB ursaav i. j] > 11 "V C * < > i > 33 H I! WE have eujoyed a great business--batter-~much better than we anticipat V., i ,,, i. .hi. «** in .i« .la || *e splendid patronage which has been given us. In preparing for this great s 1 most heartely at this time by naming priccs unusually low and attractive. T T1 merchanbtsc-this kind most seasonable now has been specially priced. We invj and we know the mr on why— ut let's not ha': you are look / - ' <!i• ■_• kii. Sj-r-ce i* limited—prices % jj ing for, and we have them; 3 1-4 P'erehed Slieeti ;g, ioc goods... Qfi in cM. >Xt i r ■ i T t > nit ache" .) j* 'nc goods... ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 June 1911

I „ •*>1 . -v ^ I ' n v • c ,"k,«v- w • A I^WiKJ •*r1 ' *■*>.'•• '.vW V .-fj .* ««.^y 1 ;-^v' - ♦&■"■. rr"v* * v/« r*~ •-* ?-■,■ * 4**- >* V-' ' * t^jr?. r*i. T^-C^T^^' *TT (,r,-**w^ /a I 1 vj ,1 i s£ ^wTfw* *1\ & r; f' T n. Bps* ^ ^ si 3 9 ■ £tssas 5 s*5 u t* Xrj I I 9 '4, <3 ^ fc pw-aw 6"* L'isrjai FOR TI iUHSPAY, .HTJrVK * •> || ONE TTOT*T> ONIA*—3tSO TO :*►;: ) jj Wc Wi!! Sell all Our 10~c nt Fancy Dress' \] Ginghams 10 yards to Each Customer •& vi \ !•; anticipated and we enter into this June Sale with deep appreciation oi :s great sale we have had constantly in mind the purpose to reciporcate ive.^This we rave most thcro-j^hly done. Every article of summer We invite cur friends and especially tlc'se who have not heretofoi e Z on*y the most dsp^alible styles and qualities, and this part makes IliiSlTY FOR THRIFTY BUYERS. SALE Begins--8:00 A, M, PRICES WILL DO IT. Real carefuly the partial list of prices. NOTIONS There are a hundred-atid-one necessa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 June 1911

mu f m X Good— Convenient Libby' Soups have \ jj) f \: the home-made flavor. •jf \t Try m Libby's Chicken Soup yj Libby's Vegetable Soup i:.; Libby's Tomato Soup J« at your grocers. Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Mattersg/" Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist Zsl Bond's Liver Pill lit bed time CURES Headache, Constipation, Biliousness, Colds, Malaria, etc. They are mild, safe «nd effective. One is a dose. TRY ONE TONIGHT. Your druggist can supply you, or eend 25c to Bond's Pharmacy Co. LITTLE POCK, ARK. *5 cents, or 5 fir $1.00, by mail. A free sample cu request. ASK FOR OUR NEW CATALOG J. Vou'll savn money largest Independent Photo Stock in the South. Behaeffer Photo Supply Co., Houston, Texas. CREATINQ ENVY. ttronson- -What do you find Is the greatest pleasure In living In the country T Woodson—Getting In town and tell- ing peoplo about the cool breezes, Urbether there are any or not. Nowadaya. , Grandmother—And now would you me to tell you n s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 June 1911

! Hn ■ rs A L T O The Best Little Town In East Texas, and Its Many Opportunities, A True Story Written by Mrs, J. F. Wood, of Red Lawn, Texas, Winner of The Herald's Trades Day Prize. BING! BANG!! ROOM!!! ALTO HAS THE ROOM, 2000 FOR 1912. IF YOU USE NO OTHER KNOCKER WE CAN DO IT. The thriving town of Alto is siti|atcd in the great fruit and truck belt of East Tejfas. It is surrounded on all sides by many beautiful and pros- perous farms. Eas^ Texas produces the finest peaches in the world. It raises more tomatoes than any other state, and of a finer flavor. It raises berries of all kinds, sweet and Irish potatoes, two crop? of the latter in one year. Watermelons, cantaloupes and vegetables of all kinds grow here in the greatest abundance. Besides all these there are sugar cane, corn and cotton. Northern people desiring a home in the Sunny Southland should come to Alto. The climate is delightful, just enough cold in winter to be invigorating. Stock lives out nearly all year on native...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 June 1911

* i mfiw^miin'iniiii""""" m ■ «Mrf Vr' r - — Tfhc Steam Engine '^TFhe Texas Hen The r«cocd of alvlllutlon U accurate- ly written In th« protrMe of th (team wiglne. Th« uh of ate*m haa mlarirad pvtrpoona of tha human raca. built up olvllltatlon and davalopad mankind. Of all the po'.antlul enerjlaa. It la tba moat uaaful and It randrra a a«r ioa to >T ry living oraatura. Tha atMun atisina haa b«*n In mora political brawla than any othar forra In nature and the polltlelana have baon Crylnit title with the owoera av«r *lnea St baoansa a factor In tranaportatlon. Thla rol*hty fwrca of natnra haa often Oawn handicapped bv having boarda and ooramlaalona placed orar it who hare neither knowledge or esprrlenoa hi the bu*ln*#« alid freo railroads have become an popular a campaign laeue ta free trade. New Campaign Itruaa. T? ore pre 137.0(10.000 u rea of Inrnl In Temig itat tiuve uoVcr baon plowed; we Tha T^xag hen la the Queen of th. hav, <M00,000 aor«, of l,„d that la barnyard. Hor cac...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 June 1911

MMMMH ' TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS > F I Dallas County has CSC qualified no- taries public. Deport Methodists are building a new $6000 brick church. Prayer strvices for rain were held Sunday In Ennla and Taylor. Arrangements are making at non- ham for paving the public square. The city of Dallas has based tax valuations at CO per cent of actual market value. By 119 to 18 a bond Issue for $16,- 000 for now sewage was tarried at an election at Mt. Pleasant. Childress has votod an Issue ol bonds amounting to $.10,000 to bo usod for erecting a high school building. S. Hobblns of Wlnnsboro has se cured a location for a pottery plant at Greenville. Mr. Itobblns has been running a pottory at Wlnnsboro for several years. C. A. Malone has purchased machin- ery for a modern ginning plant for Plainview. The gin will be pullod by •n electric motor. The daylight out put will be 60 bales. O. Ij. Johnson of Cooper and I*. O Blessing of I'arls have been awarded oontracts for several blocks of con cro...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 June 1911

4ti 11 LOCALS F. I). Bodenhamuier speut Sunday in Jacksonville. Mrs. Hub Arrant is 011 the sick list this week. Mabel and Curtis Burnett visited in Red Lawn last week. (iKii Williams spe.it a few days in J! ndenoli 'asl week. Ivd S ; !c" returned from Taylor Sunday. , Miss Dnilv Bishop spent Sunday in Well. W. J. C'osby is spending a few dav in Alto this week. Dr. Fi lic-r transacted busi' 11 ess in Rr. k Monday. A Acrcy spent Monday in jRu.sk, All hind; ol groceries, good and ire h, at Ajjnew's. ]i 111 Me Knight and wife of I'ullok were i 11 Alto last week. J. B. C, uiun was down firm JRiiid; Inst week. J. S Haws spent Sunday night in Craft. Morris T.athrm of PolJok spent Sunday in Alto. . Your fertilizer bill is due. Please tome and settle. You. Blanton Bros. Miss Yallie Holmes of Greenville is the guest of friends in Alto this week. L. K. Frank of Jacksonville was a pleasant visitor here Sunday. Fresh car flour, chops, bran, O. J. Rushing an 1 Vis*! Charlie Watkins of DougJ teste...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 June 1911

Jibe Blto tfcrald \'OI.l'ME XI TRUCK GROWERS We h ive a goo.l ".Tito .State B.iuk pencil for you if 3011 w ill call for it WI1211 you are iu town, make our b~.nk your s'opping place, use our pholie, driuk our ice water, yet the benefit of the electric fans, and be happy, Look for our statment 0:1 the 7th. DEPOSITS now over $70,000.00. TI1E ALTO STATE BANK M. C. Pqxrish, President, M. E.|McOlure, Vice President, T. D. Miller, Cash ier, ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, June 22, —■——— ARRANT—OLIVER. The marriage of Miss Acidic | Arrant and Mr. Ed. C. Oliverl which was celebrated Wednes- day evening, at 9 o'clock, at the residence of the brides' 1 ' parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A [I j Arrant, who reside six miles east from Alto, was one of the £ prettiest ^UMBER 2y BANK s WITH : US arranged events Notice to the Voters of Cherokee Ccunty. The State-Wi 1c Prohibition- ists of Cherokee county are going to have speaking in ev- ery placc in this countj', that the people will gather, and we invite the Anti...

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