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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 August 1911

tNgSK* ,*c«ss|) I > j r ) , f' m ' i r r, .• Kfi I f t ^L SBTl ijkft 8£ CS^ 'jib sjs c iXi, C%1<) £• TO kJj SSt 5 L >• r%V I f w? !£& Si • I !xi I S (% j'Vj !v % <\ $ i- $ r Li i § ? n irsct ■se In Cotton Crop. predic.ed that there mi increase of 25 per 11 is will be cent in this year's cotton crop over last year in Texas, and the railroa Is of the State are making preparations tor hand- ail cotton crop. That Texas cotton find:; its way to every mart and hamlet in the nnivtr.se is strikingly' s',e wants : 1 11* w1> Texas Got'.on Brings High Price J Wins a Fat Man in Ratile. In Russia. * N. Flanagan, demure and prett3*, makes np her mind to marry Thomas emphasized in a letter received Skelly, who is six feet t ill and by August Carlson, a yong! weighs So pounds, all she iinir the tall cotton crop. Swedish fanner of Williamson has to do is to say the word. The demand for cotton is Countv, from T. T. Skvorcov, She held the lucky tic, it growing faster than the sup- j...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 August 1911

'HE E. iPw Six M«| Three All stj advj on En^ Jan. Alt&j 3. lS M f-liai'i autf] whfl m reel? M cKi us aj b| mmm Staple & Fancy Groceres I carry in stock a complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, the best grades o Canned Goods, Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Tobaccos, Cigars, &c. I also hcndle the best cold drinks :n tov^n. I will eppre- ciate a share of your trade) s j ssbok I 1 ■'X s a I c to . ** a O" | \ The Grooernian I Telephone 146. ■<t SMEiwavaM KvaKrsrammxaassasrir3^Te^nsBss.v. ^sa-v.-wvasv WTSBCA Aged Mother-in-Law Deported. Philadelphia, Aug. 19.— Among the passengers who sailed from here today for Liverpool was a mother in-law j who had been literally turned j PI out by her son-in-law and Bj-daughter and was being ,de< ! a| ported by the national govern-' r;- i ment because she was likely & j to become a public charge. The mother-in-law is a' Ku- B'glibh women and her soil-in-; H law is a resident of this city.' When the women arrived here I I last Monda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 August 1911

■r- ■ :u I ./' '.Volters Won His Sccond Fight Austin, Texas, Aug. 24.— Ti - second fight as a result of :'ic present legislature troubles . urcd at the Driskell hotel tonight about 10 o'clock be- tween ]. F. Wolters and Sen- ator J. C. McNealus of Dallas, who is a member of the senate vestigating committee. As result of this trouble Senator Whole Town Deserted. Brownsville, Tex., Aug. 24. —Colombres, Mexico, which lies just across the river from A Much Married Man. Gilmer people arc much in- terested in the case of Rev. J. B. Woods who was recently J Santa Maria, is entirely de- arrested at that place charged serted today as the result of, with having a surplus of wives the rumor and proposed attack several of whom he had de#« on the place by Mexican ban- serted. lie was placed under dits. jbond to appear before the The rumors were heard last'Grand jury at Tcxarkaua Friday and Saturday, when about three weeks ago, but so 'cXealus received a severe the women and children were far has...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 August 1911

t >• -if A, ' 4^ CTHE ALTO HERALD JC. K. AI.I.I'.X, ICniTOK. SUSSCiilPTlOM RATES wrong i::-prcssion of that town to the w< •.'![( 1;-ro;e. And every business man who does not carry some advertising is [ responsible for the false im- 0„c Year $1.00 passion and, consequently, is Months 50 injuries his town's progress Three Months 25 just that much. No town can All subscriptions are payable in M-'- alive without live advance. No name will be put'men. And a live business man 011 the books until paid for. | lets the public know all the - • 'time that he is on the job.— Kntertd as second-class matter R.<c. Jan. 3. 1901, at the postoffice at I =— j Alto, Texas, un.ler act of March h- l879* timately bear. It certainly will do you 110 harm and will cost you nothiiK; and above ail patronize your home insti- tutions—including the prints ing office. Not:ce to the Public. Any erroneous reflection upon the (character, standing or reputation of nny person, firm or corporation, [ which may...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 August 1911

i V. THE I si ALTO, ALTO HKRALDIHPHW QQAST STORM SWEEPS ATLANTIC I.1. Mil Proprietor TEXAS "Bird-woman" la the very neweat "word. Don't tak your vacation too Moualy. What 1b bo rare a* an actress with- out a divorce? More persona are drowned any day than are killed In airships. The Bummer girl Is now queen, with Dan Cupid as her prime minister. Some men feel flattered when a btrunge dog wags his tall at them. Rablos are scarce In Pasadena, but the town Is strong on grandparents. A farmer with a good potato crop ■would have no trouble in trading It for an automobile. Motor boats now make thirty Ave miles an hour. The speed craze thus Tules land, sky and water. It Is such a nuisance to be a French playwright, compelled to write all of one's masterpieces between duels. In Colorado, where potatoes have become legal tender, one can take one's change In Saratoga chips. What should be done with the of- fensive person who says: "Well, bow j dotiB It feel after your vacation?" I.ife's little...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 August 1911

^ ;"TO - A RELIEF. m <f V f//x X. /? Bore—Yes; I called upon Mies r tho other evening and she lu- sted upon my singing all the time, as Grace—So she told me. She that was better than having to to you all evening. VffLD'S HEAD A MASS OF HUMOR think the Cutlcura remedies are iest remedies for eczema I have hoard of. My mother had a child had a rash on Its head when It real young. Doctor called It baby He gave us medicine, but it did iod. In a few days the head was mass, a running sore. It was 1; the child cried continually. We to hold him and watch him to ip htm from scratching the sore, suffering was dreadful. At last remembered Cutlcura Remedies, got a dollar bottle of Cutlcura Re- ent. a box of Cutlcura Ointment, Md a bar of Cutlcura Soap. We gave Resolvent as directed, washed the d with the Cutlcura Soap, and ap- d the Cutlcura Ointment. We had used half before the child's head clear and free from eczema, and has never come back again. Ills d was healthy and ho had a beau- 1 he...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 August 1911

y m 4 Is tM iP II a j^liM^nTr^ T ,': >r>: '!&,; '• ■-i>;^r^-! rr £!3® S &b &f ttt *£f tfi «!* Sn St "2xJ* St St St St St St Si «U «: H k •', XM .v.o 051 p; ,4... V-. > v ."> \'v sOb \J HI!l* r ft?. ..'.I. H I ^ ""' I .-(• 9 rM- .f \ I | ]Hh CROUCH, together with Mr. Frank of Jacksonville, are in St. Louis this week buying Mil II I IT goods to complete our already large stock for fall and winter, <& Your every need as to y 1 style and quality will be carefully looked after, *$ In order to make room for goods soon to ;%t v.'.n ^v ?L; '. ■. 1 (■\ j arrive, and to clean up our spring and summer stock, we will offer some exceptional bargains. We j will give One—Fifth off on all men's and boys suits, <j£ *£ Our $16.50 Suits, now $13-30 Our $15.00 Suits, now 12.00 Our 12 50 " " 10.00 Our 10.00 " « 7.20 Our $1.45 and $1.75 Shirt Waists, $1„25 Our $1.09 and SI.25 shirt waists, 90 cents I All our 10c Lawns for 8 cents. •Ys | v£ 1 See our line of new tailor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 September 1911

r rnr fp, '1 I ft T^ i ?7 -r &> w ism m vw & w # L Volume XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 7, 1911 NuM]. :r. •;•> r t 3 WH9 raS^K^SSa ..Us Settle I^WW> «. Ft Spn , <£>! K1 of having n few dollars, or a few hundred dollars, to your credit, is a mighty good one. Our Differences H jr:o. Alto, Texas,pt. 1. 1911. The Alto He/.'! I: 1 see in last a[ MBMea-^paag^fceaBWRW imniMBim g^cissa «3a« 1— nnaaKH u experiences a very pleasant sensation when you select us for "your bank." 1 If 1 « not ; one You p. customer, -*1 who is, and or Rtf 3 " B aKWBSMSffiSS 53 vinccd. r O ©TATE re some con- ES AN K T< Journal that Hon. \V. M. Im ft j ; bodcti a uthor:?:e.s th- sUik-meni ' ■ j that he will b.: a candidate for '* Congress in this district. I announced nearly twelve 1 mouths ago that ' would be a| candidate for Congress, an do not. expec-' r.o : blulled out of the race >y opposition at home. I do not v isli to handicapped in otlier couuti . by having all opponent ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 September 1911

• " 'crtwi i.^imlii!«i .^^ WW#!!? ■ ■ ■' ■ •'••'■ ' - -.' v '. >'1V rc Mc bni I ' but ers the the the rei bef tlil Tit)' be) pre ., cai as sto do en toil ac \\ Tv T sa oft cr th -pi n I ' T v\ \ CO wl i •\ k th", to th pe & i Me jibruptly. "11 Hud him—I'll ! lind him!" And he sat down to read the re- ports. JACQUES rUTRELLE ILLUSTRATIONS Ay M.G.Ksttttvs-r- COPYRIGHT I9O8 by THE ASSOCIATED <5UNDAY MA0AZIME3 COPYRIGHT 1909 by THE BOBD3 - MERklLL COMPANY SYNOPSIS. Count (1! Roslnl, th© Italian amban* •ador, In at dinner with diplomat* wlion « rnosHonRtir summons him to the ^m- bnssy, where a beautiful youn« woman nsks fur u ticket to the embassy ball. The (Irltct Ih marto out In the niimo of Miss Isabel Thorne. t!hl«f Campbell of tlio sorri*t service, an<l Mr. Grimm, his xioari dotectlvn, are warned that a plot Ih jbrcwlnft In Washington, and Grimm ko«s to tin* Htalo ball fur Information. Mia at- .tentlon Ih called to Miss Isabel Thome, 'who with her companion, disappears ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 September 1911

1 V in # M % I NEW IDEAS IN COOKING BERKSHIRE MUFFINS OF CORN- MEAL, FLOUR AND RICE. / Recipes for Sausage Baked With Beans and for Several Kinds of Mayonnaise That May Be New to Our Readers. f Berkshire Muffins.—One cup corn meal, one cup flour, one cup boiled rice, three teaspoons baking powder, one teaspoon salt, one-fourth cup sugar, one and one-fourth cups hot milk, two eggs, one tablespoon melted butter. Scald the meal with the hot milk and let stand Ave minutes; add the boiled rice and flour, baking pow- der, salt and sugar sifted together thoroughly; add the yolks of the eggs beaten until thick, the butter and well beaten egg whites. Bake In hot but- tered gem pans 25 minutes. 8ausage Baked With Beans.—Let one quart of pea beans soak over night In soft water; wash, drain and cook until very tender, but not broken. In boiling water, changing the water at least vice. Put the beans into a baking dish with links of sausage here and there, using In all about a pound of sausage. D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 September 1911

■■Ml ■ l "?4i3 ii'iiiiM*i>i < > ' V'BWI i ■■ n; a ttr iT' f'Jjji ^ .Wwfc4'.v ->•■ «-•*;. *?s*8 w Mm To A The the o.:et toni twe atoi \vh< / 'iv rc C HI jv.el Jilt ers the the the rei be* Lilt ■10' be) pri cai as st? / T1 do en on ac \\ T- sa th ill e V, 1 ' t v\ § a: Ki co i \vl 11 tl: to th, pe $ ) | i •iSED NEWS' ITE"v S Mrs. K!i W.ittcri enter- t lined Monday afternoon in honor of h'-M* little daughter, Important Announ#ement. Tin mmag of Cii-rok.v County l'a.r tne an ' —g—ammkmii ulmmt i hum n 11 ■ ■■ if , Gay, sixth anniv.rsiry as- Home-Joining, t-'. b • held at 8 sisted by ^ Madame* Elbert I jacksoaviile, October 9th,| toth, I " '!' Koliei \\ attcis. j j nj-opose to make of it an jjj J. \V. Jones and wife of Ja 'asonville spent Sunday witli ki itive., he •. ,Y"" | j 11h, propose > t * t * 1 oi <* i v I .M il l1 \ Simple li ill lit > ^\ilS ell- A . Mj. j j.,,( iv • * 1 i* nh o m 11 v CS— Miss Ivdna Shaw of DurauU.- f ,, event that u ,! nor easnj cs- r i ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 September 1911

> w ::wms ■i n s ■ ■ ;? M - * c & 1 ^ I Staple & Fancy Groceres I carry in stock a complete line oi Staple and Fancy Groceries, the best grades o Canned Goods, Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Tobaccos, Cigars, &c. I alco handle the best cold drinks in town. I will appre- ciate a share 01 your trade. J.W. WILL 18 The Grocennan Telephone 146. - iMrwr "legislature letler. Austin, Texas, Sept. 4.— Our solous have paid their vows and their bills and are! hurrying from Austin like men running from their sins. The work of the Session shows that oitr legislature stumbled towards progress a few times, but the pro and auti elements cleuclied and fell be/ fore they reached it. It would bs a great thing for Texas if some of our politicians could go,tiJ eaven in a whirlwind, but of course we wouldn't want them to leave uriless they could better themselves. The legislature has had, all told, over 60 subjects submit/ ted for legislation but less than ten laws w(jre passed and none affecting ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 September 1911

* [The •the OCCl toni twe ntoi win >v' re Vic ,i"U if vir but evs. the the the rei bef t'lL no' be] JT( I , cai as s'.D / Tjj ' do en •Oil • ac \\ T T' sa - of; er th •P1 i* V;r T \ V a;* at CO wl j th<, to th; pc vi J' ; v THE ALTO HERALD I-. ]•. ALl.UN*, Eurrok. SUBSCRIPTION RATES \r** -—*1 mm*, rt—— -nn* ■■■ ■ ■■■■■—! 111 "■ ■ - • ► ,a- , - • . - / ■ ^ . • • • • ______ ONGE fl YEAR Scarcbii vSan Ant ir Fat! So-9 ... CLEARANCE SALEOF PIANOS .,. One Year $1,00 Six Months Three Monlbt! 25 All subscriptions are payable in .advance. No name will be put! V * ■;; Aj>r " 'ri iv oil the bcolvi until paid for. "OllCC 3 VC(lf WC OflCI* 10 1116 ! 13110 Event l'ntcred as sceond-c'a-.s matter Jan. 1901,' at Ule postoflict.- at Alto, Texjis, mi kr act of March J. i^7y. Notice tci the Public. Any e: roneous reflection ii[ >n the character, sUikhug or reputation of tiny person, firm or corporation, which nine i>' " i'.i the columns • /f The iu • . . will he c.hully cor r.-'tc-fl uj...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 September 1911

Jfk' t V 4< " THE ALTO HtiRALD'ton ( y General \\ althai 1, lie was advised that the returns K. E. ALLEN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year.. !^ix Months Three Months Alt subscriplioi advance o: should not be canvassed until 5?ixty days after the election, th;:t is; Sept. 20. I Twenty-cue counties frQin ? i .' 0-| which returns are miss in are 5° Brazos, Calhoun, Jclfcrs.r.i, 25. Liberty, McLennan and' Zap are payable i ata, which 'went wet; and! ''.vance No name will be put Ym :m . iv 1 T<'r 11 the l)ook* unlit paid for. ir f n „ u „ F j Erath, Hall, Hill, fackson, J iiics, Lunar, McCullo'ugh, Entered as secoml-ci ss matter! Mills. Mitchell, Polk. Potter I Jan. 3 1901, at the pobtoftkc at and - shur w t dry. . Alio. le.\as., un.ler act of March t. -it 1 111. j( 1870, it- "''I' 1^ remembered that- there was much 'talk because Zapata County cast 3.27 votes, | all of them against the amend- ment ;■ which number exceeded Needs Great Mes II. OPPORTUNITY. Noticc to the Public. An...

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

* -vJt '•■•'■ v*-v"':rw": ■■; * - '■ t■ '^^SBHRBHi m vwtwatffpft,i.WjwiiiJ'Jfti'.V* pHSKSffiiBB - « • - •■•'-•' ■ "V' -'■ ■ X; tij th re bt, CI M Hf nor bel pre . cai s'.n / T! do en CI ac w T th pi' ") 11 \\ j n i fi_ n I M I THE ALTO HE^IWRESTLER GOTCH |S WORLD'S CHAMPIOL t. t. AlltN, Proprietor ALTO, TEXAS 1b it oot time dow for the Joy rid* •re to qultT Tbe reckless eutotst and his lib- erty should be parted. Europe without a war scare on ltt hands would be unhappy. Why become eicited if you do oot happen to own any sheep? Possibly you wouldn't like to be the Ice man If you had to carry the ice. Mark Twain's estate foots up near- ly half a million. Evidently be wasn't Joking for nothing. And now the lair ladies have taken op the practice of wearing false eye- lashes. False woman I Indiana farmers break into print by predicting an early winter. Rush- ing tbe season, as it were. Women are displacing men in all walks of life. One or them has been killed In an aeroplane flight. The ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 September 1911

V DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN v IMPORTANT NEWS OF THE EN. TI3E WEEK REDUCED FOR BUSY READERS. CONDENSED AND IMPORTANT Carefully Prepared for Thote Wh| Desire to Keep Thoroughly Potted on Event*. The Railway Commission will ask Chat a new depot be built by the Katy at Bells. Foundation Is In for a now 8-room pohool building to cost 120,000 at Port Arthur. Dirt has been broke<n for the $20.- 000 school buildin. which is to be built in Madisonville this year. Cotton pickers are in great demand and domestic help is being severly drawn upon In all Texas towns. Senator Hudspeth slept on a cot In the Capitol Monday night, and was robbed of a purse containing $74 dur- ing the night. The emjuty purse was found on the lawn Tuesday morning. T. C. Rogers, of Neenah, Wis., win- ner of the duration prize at the Chi- cago aviation meet, announces he will fly from Frisco to New York, starting within two week 8. Accidentally discharging a target rifle, fourteen-year-old Willie McBrlde of Greenville, pro...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 September 1911

7% i iWrtm ir 11 - i III i Hill 111IIIII III 'HI"" * ■ r:~ ^ ! ns.'v & r \ L* : I p r«v* ■ . m \ \f,y i i Hv § 02S (, V —"~ L J "* '. "J -! | 3r ^!| *?! 1 Jrl s m v„•. v-.w\\WRK9BK 1 ,'.V\ ■•" •;•■ ■;;JT.-; . rgfra-tvS;-iHBS as to \ i;:v & 1 /\ ff ^ O, MR. CROUCH, together with Mr, Frank of Jacksonville, are in St, Louis this week buying ! ;>;•:• l > t-. . j mj t« p ci • . i P | I || ji ra good.: to complete our a!r:acly Urge stock for fall and winter, <♦* Your every need V: i ^ s | £ I ?. :;ivi- -no ouaHiy will be careiully looked after, si In order to make room for goods s &: y * \J' E. a. > ' __ ' SS ! arrive, and to d-r- n up our spring and summer stock, we will offer some exceptional bargains. ._♦$ i* • | will give One~Fifth off on all men's and boys suits, s$ >$ Our $16.50 Suits, now $1330 Our $15,00 Suits, now >2.00 Our 12 50 " " 10.00 Our iO.OO " ' 7.20 Our $M8 and . J./5 Shirt Waists, $1.25 Our $1.09 and $1,25 shirt waists, 90 cents All our 10c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 September 1911

K • ('MP&Jt, 1 .«/ ' «aZe- •/fl ' C ,Ly I *.v.-2* o m . - V vnfWI|£. 'v "Js* ■ ^-■,;':v H. VolumeXi ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEi'TEMBEK, 14, 19; 1 |i •v?s t. 3UR 4'fv « w V*A-^ /> /VW Wv Official Statement of the Financial Condition of The Alto State Bank or ALTO, STATE OF TEXAS at the close of business on the 1st day of September, 1911, published in TlicAito Herald, a newspaper printed and publisher! at Alto, State of Texas, on the 14th day of Sept. 1911. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, personal or collateral $-13,661 83 Loans, real estate.... .'..... 2.913 46 Overdrafts 1,843 34 Real Estate 520 7^ Furniture and fixtures . . 1,892 80 Due from Approved Reserve Agents, net. 14,038 ,5 Due from otjier l'atikr. and Bankers, sub- jv;ct to clicck, net.: t4>°3s 25 Cash Items -692 S6 C urrency • 3.7,c*1 no Specie 2,202 75 6,676 61 Interest in Depositors Guaranty fund. 571 28 Totat -2,118 35 I.IABII ITI ICS Capital stock paid in $10,00000 Surplus fund .3,000 00 Undivided profits 447 4...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 September 1911

m •••: ..m fifSte V-& \ (1 T 31 fl ]\ fc f l J: W la CI A\'i ]e tli sp th CO the we Ava Co it n in ] Sit; frie / bla« and THE ALTO HERALD I. I. 4111 Proprietor ALTO, TUX AS Haiti aspires to change presidents as often aa France changes minister*. Theso aviation doings are going to trouble the round shouldered squad. Can a successful and decorous avla Hon meet be properly called a high old time? Wheat Is below the average, but the crop of automobile accidents la first class. Women's hats are to be smaller, thus giving the hatpins a freer range for action. The girl with six feet of veil stream- ing from her hat certainly does not own an auto. Mnny a man boasts that he Is "self- made" when he ought to do bis best to keep it a secret. About the only strings on the human kites are the pull of gravity and the rules of the aviation meet. The new way of proposing Is this: "1 don't like your last name," If the girl agrees to this It Is all settled. American men should prevent wom- en from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 September 1911

K i i bin oC of he' ■ ■ Xr W; \ WHERE WIGGINS FELL DOWN Employer Now Realizes That Ther# Are Such Things as Grand- mothers of Office Boys. OutBlde his own cleverness there Is nothing that so delights Mr. Wiggins as a game of baseball, and when he gets a chance to exploit the two at the same time, he may by said to be the happiest man in the world. Hence It was that the other day, when little red-headed Willie Mulligan, Ills office boy, came sniffling1 Into his presence to ask for the afternoon off that he might attend his grandmother's fu- neral, Wiggins deemed It a masterly stroke to answer: "Why, certainly, Willie. What's more, my boy, If you'll wait for me I'll go with you." "All right, sir," sniffed Willie, as he returned to his desk and waited pa- tiently. And lo and behold, poor little Willie bad told the truth, and when he and Wiggins started out together, the lat- ter not only lost one of the best games of the season, but had to at- tend the obsequies of an old lady In ■whom...

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