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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 September 1911

y ' f ktt <Sl ll-UV<« /; J i A\ li C, W J< tl Sf til CO til wc w£) Cc tin in 8u frii j hi a and •ONL'ENSED NEWS' ITEMS' tv Blautoi; Bros . -To ;Mr. and Mrs. ncis Monday, a girl. Mi ;s Cora Campbell is visi- ting her sister in Palestine. Horn - if,-. Miss Delia I.iies spent a few I days with friends in R isk last week. We will pay highest market prices foi cott'i1 on accounts. Ulan tun Urns. Pcdlawn. 'l om Rich spent Sunday in Rusk. Mus.s I) >ra Cole left Sunday for Dialville where Ik- goes to take charge of her school. \V. S. McClain ha; returnei.l from Jacksonville. B iles Spec-: ,1 Shoes for nun win Wallace, Tom Sariain, Wv'e.l at Bi'.uhs. lOllie and Will Rogers have Miss Inez Mercer Sunday with hoiuefolks spent Morrill. Mr. Wilson and wife Chicago are visiting M Khun- and wife this week. Mrs. I\ J. Miller and little in, Lowell, \\'Civ guests Mv -. lvlward Bovd on day Misses Estellc, I.esta and Filled Caveness and their brother, Ralph, spent several in of i J- of Tucs-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 September 1911

th' \ J M ' i. Staple k Fancy Groceres I carry in stock c ccmplcte line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, the best grades o Canned Goods Fruits, Candies, Nu{s, Tobaccos, Cigars, &c. I also handle the best cold drinks in town. I will appre- ciate a share of your trade. t The Grocerman JUVSIISBnXBBaUKIUXa^^ WJBUmmUnRmT ;/ Telephone 146. m -ss Officials Quarrel. Shreveport, La., Sept. 2.— When Deputy Sheriff Clay i Planning of this state|engaged 1 in a quarrel yesterday with ' Deputy Sheriff Walter Aiken I of Harrison County, Texas, I near the Texas state line, (Game Warden Charley Was- son, as peacemaker, placed his ihand over Flauning's heart. Aiken aimed his riile at Wag/ !sou's hand, the bullet clipped I off one fiuger and penetrated Flanning's heart, killing him instantly. Aiken is said to have sur- rendered to the Marshall, Texas officers. All had been assigned tc co-operate in enforcing the (T MURPHY 8c WILLIAMS ===== BAR BER5 EASIEST SHAVING — STYLISH HAIR CUTS FIOT AND COLD B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 September 1911

I J • / ^ J \ r \ 1 Fire i.1 Palest ue. Palestine was the -eene of j what was at fust thought was going to be a disastrous fire, this morning about 4 o'clock,! when it was learned that the I. &,G. N. shops v\eie on fire.; (t looked at first rr, though 0UR"0N6E ft YEAR" Sity, Versus Sympathy By J. P. B. I I CLEARANCE SALE OF PIANOS I I the whole sir v- v. i.'-i be des-l , tiw'^iicru!0/■uir'n!dtpaint '^!,ce 3 ^ear" ^er To The Piano 'Buying Public a Genuine Bargain Event slippss" which were used for Qnce ;l Year" to clear our floors of all New Sample PiJuios, Odd Style Pianos, Shopworn store rooms were burned, to- pjanos auc| pianos returned from rent, and all Second Hand Pianos, we inaugurate a genuine g,ether with some supplies. The total loss will amount to several thousand dollars.— Jacksonville Progn ss, Sept. 8. The Winners. Houseclcaniug Sale Reduce Prices $50 to $150, Some More Our Stock Consists 01 the best and most reliable makesf such as Weber, Kimball, Chickering Bros. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 September 1911

is 7- A thy lliink :rencc rds— ieople r Mr.- Vould or us atliize So?" )riate, that 1 ap- niore :hize" insult an, to That ied to erson can ' feel erson' your eciate cause she they '• a u d i they :ome.s ce to stoop thize don't 11.' omes >e ap- fleet- e. cr ot s are •, are mate, lways Let cure tie of ?ht," mine, jf all lOUS- tli to 1 for lima, ibles. Ml • > i THE ALTO HERALD !•;. JC. Al.LI'.X, Kimtok. SUBSCRIPTION RATES C >tn' Year... Six Months. Tl.'ri'i: Monti; Ail subscriptions are payable . Si .oo .50 •25 111 him, il interested, and he will ai 1 you in any way possible, lie has confidence in Chero- kee county and has shown this confidence by investing his money here. The exhibit that Alto and vicinity makes will be the best advertising medium possible, so get together, as the time is short before the Bring your cotton to Alto j■ where you.will receive the top price for s; nie. Alto merchants are prepared to pay more for your cotton and sell you goods for less1 money. <...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 September 1911

MM*""- ' ''v- v'- J wmmm Jfc \ 'j£-y, *',v'• y £j i -'A ■ f i)uj * % I il •* i f, i $ i w i : 1 l_J EADACHE is just a symptom. It is Nature's way of showing a derange- ment of the stomach, liver or bowels. Help Nature with the best system-cleaning tonic, OXIDINE —a bottle proves. The Specific for Malaria, Chill* and Fever, and a reliable remedy for all diseases due to dis- ordered liver, stomach, bowels aud kidneys. 60c. At Your Druggist* Tni nmiNi diuo oo,, Waco, Texas. 1 nnnDCY TBHATBI). Give quick r*- WlUr I ||0fv usually remove «wel- ling and ahort. brc&th In a fow days and en Li re relief In 1646 day a trial treatment i ii! ipi. gbbims sois, h«i a,iuuit,oa , -3 TROUBLE WAS OUT. "At last, Mian Millie, I can say something that I have been burning to ask you for some time." "What is it? What ia it?" "Mas your cousin Krna enough tnoney to marry on?" Social Distinction. In some parts of the south the darkies are still addicted to the old- ntyle country danco In a big hall, with ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 September 1911

„ it % > i NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS Will Bartily lost an arm in a gin tit, Ennls last week. Contracts are being signed for re- building with brick the north side of the Public Square at Plalnvlew, re- cently burned, and formerly of wood. Ivongvlew lias ordered a $7500 auto fire truck. This is the smallest city in the Southwest to indulge In so u;>- to-now apparatus. Si i The Texas Department of Agricul- ture announces thai 438,243 bales of cotton were ginned in the State during August. Friends of Mr. Bailey who visited him at Gainesville last week say that he has no intention of leaving Texas, but that he will practice law In one of tho largest cities of the State. A reward of $500 is up for the ar- rest of whitecappors who have posted notices threatening negro farm hands in portions of Lamar County H. D. Rogers of Dalhart has been awarded a verdict of $1500 against the Rock Island Railroad Company for the loss of one finger. StaXe Senator Lattimore of Tarrant County has announced...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 September 1911

M i i,, i i ;; M \ ■.:■ im: •' a: Store Bi 5 s 0 ' ki I r*" vv.'rf \.v\& >-•• j*m IQJIFPP a i1 l a l ■sr-.o- • <->" i MHi11 hil—lllli HON'! wa^ unt^ ^ast m*nute t0 kuy y°ul Fall Suit, ^ Today will $mJ wiiii■ —to be better for buying than next week. You can now choose from a complete stock and get fitted in just the style and pattern you prefer, and you'll get more value for the money you spend than will be offered you elsewhere, Fall shoes, hats and furnishings, too, you'll be glad to wear, & ,< & Don't Overlook the Youngsters in Knee Trousers iiiii ibi n nwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmu h i i tMwuwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmni •. Boys' Knickerbocker Suits in all sizes and colors, and prices to suit you ^ Our New Dress Goods Are Daily Arriving The most up-to-date patterns and quality to be had in the markets, «.< Pay us a visit and we will convince you. ,T j r < DESIGNED BY Spero,Michael L Son ©V YORK Latest Si vie Frank, Haws&GrouGh 1 .V ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 September 1911

~ 11 ¥4 ' * I X L ;l 'A* | v I M| ft. • A ft, ► A ft I ► a ft, * ^ T • K, $ •'•' ft *' *\ ' ft ' "y T ! >eo illi( and Ja\ Irs. her the am! ca'.-1 rlorl i ii the ] for Plied iHy m9| ar> the] irs! iplc gh lie; iful run >ye, DOil de- leu md ilso isit ids ses tnt, tud on & en a X,/ i 4^ era \'-OL!'ME XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, ^ SEPTEMBER, 2i, 1911 Number 42 Live Stock Exhibit at the Coun- ty Fair. This display of thorough- bred horses, jersey cows, pedi- greed hogs and other purebred stock will he 011c of the most stimulating features of the Lai'", aud will eventually re suit in an 111 cre.it-e ot the live &trek valua.iou ot this section of from 50 to 100 per ccu1", ;.v this show will encourage a:, who see it that breed live stock to return to their homes and dispense with their common horses, cattle aud hogs and re- place them with aninn's of merit and value. Cherokee county is not be- hind in the production of pure biooded livestock, and the best that the county produ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 September 1911

t WOMAN ESCAPES OPERATION WasCured byLydiaE.Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound Elwood, I rid.—"Your remedies havo cured mo and I have only taken six bottles of Lydia 12. I'ink ham's Vegeta- ble Compound. I was slclc throe months and could not walk. I suf- fered all the time. The doctors Bald I could not get well without 011 opera- tion, for I could hardlv stand tho pains in my Bides, especially my right one, and down my right leg. I began to feel bettor when I had taken only one bottle of Compound, but kept on ns I was afraid tostop too soon."—Mrs. 8adtk Mullen, 2728 N. H. St., El. wood, Ind. Why will women lako chances with an operation or drag out a sickly, half-hearted existence, missing three, fourths of tho joy of living, when they ran And health in Lydli E. Pinkhaw'a Vegetable Compound? For thirty years it has been the •standard remedy for female ills, and lias cured thousands of women who liave been troubled with Buch ail- monts as displacements, Inflammation, ulceration, fibroid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 September 1911

: hi "I -73K&2' .. _4>-WILBUR D. NK5B1T Q Adam had no drug store on the corner he could walk to. Adam had no telephone, and no friend* he could talk to, Adam had no gas Je*s In his house, not meter humming, And he had no house at all where people could be coming. Adam had no relatives to come upon a visit— If you'd mentioned "visit" to him he'd have asked "What 1h It?" But, ho did not have you there that lit- tle word to mention. And he hadn't any mall demanding his attention. Adam never got a post card nor received a letter, Adam never called himself a creditor 01 debtor, Adam knew nobody who could take the time to write him, Adam thus missed politics and folic who fain would light him. Adam had no enemies, he did not own an auto, Bad no roads to ride upon at speed* which he ought not to, Had no courts to fine him If he struck a gait unlawful. Had no breakfast food, nor buckwheat cake, nor even waffle. Adam had no servant woes to All hit life with trouble. Had no stuff to dr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 September 1911

JIM Vj. 4 ■■ ts -r &'■■■ i_\ ^r.«J ' i niiin ■■«! ■H— 114 - W it' v" K IS ,1. M s < 0*0e0*G 0 0«>0®Q*0*0*0«0 0* ^•0*0*0 0 0 0«C*0 0*0"0 0 0 . La^t Saturday, Sept. 16th, Frank," Haws & Crouch, one 111 of Alio':; most prominent mer- eh; tits served their first year's aunivcr.-ary in A Up. Just<Jue ve;;r ago this enterprising firm c«Q30«0*u«>0 0«0 0*0*t> 0 0 / o«o>o o o o o«o«o«o«o o o cams here and opened up for business in one of the build-; * • UrjiNiUOi ings occupied by them now 1 , , and through courteous uttc-n- , ,, , ... , lion, fair dealings and cou. | Aiig-lo made the canvass glow wdh hf, a.nl Pl.ulm. mn le tinual advertising they now1 have one of the swellest nieiv chnndisc stores in Fast Texas |iud a store that Alio and her surrounding vicinity c 1 ;i proudly boast ol. The uess have grown to .->.ic'i an extent daring-their first year! here that they have bee.i emu : polled to have more room and i \hey now oocup • two build-j ings and their shelv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 September 1911

* m U ■.L .- J. J.'J.'t ,[...• t «r* .•-' .'-.*!•■■ 'r' T ■ - • •-[• ••-■>« * ♦f.-.L. "•J* f* 1 Vf™\l Si.v i '.wv. ■« ■:>.*■<^.>s' r/.*. •*•.>. r: vr vt'lw^ftS'xvyiuv s-'-w.'sy,•■< - ■,wsB8 ilM. W. ARmSTEONGI • ry. r ^ , i. vrv*<v:r™rvrtw*roDgniv i.'.iik%ir\wj .r'vr vr ..*- . T,'--','^Ta>V(VCirA,i\' :* •.v.-k li vi''.( t m vx, :.v--.yw .vgrri? wiJfc' f <T* *) I •r ws.iK' w<> >- •' it > r v*!. U.'r w.',V i . v «: i i > f.-<. t '.<*§! J t >v, S Ji*- ??:. * . . AS2. vo; J* -I V Xj i jjJ ! East Texas Champion Harness a:;d Saddle Horse y.>y«vy-'y,y> vy* yy* '^-vy?*'« >• y'Ar>ri^'r>xyi\' :**v^y- ^v-v >.■/ >r *r- *r-. .*r-' • r*-' 'r 'r*T r • •> « .v. -t. L . J,. -r" ;♦<? y \• •'•'A \r f* ■*r\ vt.u*- For Further Information Set' m Rut us G„ Bo una •*r' (>v .*• r ' '••*■ ■ 1 r.;iran ^'V '"I'll For Congress— o u' n * *• * t V / Isicl C'oimr^sskmai DtsilrSct ^ George 0= Terrell .. OF-.. & ! ^ „ v. . - fe I ° ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 September 1911

iiiM L ,M • ' . ■•' ' • "■ ••lt" ' t f 1ft - y,, ■ ' ' ■" " >'.L •.i«?P'-1*-'T'T.'T t-./-!. . .J. ,L,.n• - J, ,-r <L '1'-T- 'r- "I"1' 1 * V TT T nt of Cherokee County A D E S DAY' w s 0 be their guest on that day. The Alto Hustler's jcrybody. Note special prices by the merchants .v only. If you have a horse, mule, cow, fine lay. Special attention will be given to all kinds ,'thing in the livestock line this will be the day (will be glad you came, but if you miss it you will It will be furnished throughout the day such as ling for premiums must register with judges, managers, W. M. Armstrong, J. C. Boyd and [re to register your livestock and etc. The streets le horse bring him along and show the people Ictober the 3rd, 1911. JtftM r an HE ALTO ' STATE BANK CAPITAL $10,000.00 "*r,*tTl3C_V it3 . M. C. PARRISII, Pres. M. 0. McCLURE, Vice-Pres T, D. MILLER, Cashier Company . . , 1 Hardware, Furniture, Harness and Saddles, -^-Vehicles.-*- W. T. WILLIAMS aPiCTw^gsiMaai^ Groceries^? F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 September 1911

?n THE ALTO HERALD R. K. AIJ.KN, Editor. Anj- business is jnore res- j er pity the poor mam \vh6' lias pactable than what is termed the wealth that gold cannot loafing. A young man had j buy, nor the woman whose better sell clams by the pailful jewels are those of which C'or- tlian hang afound public le- n ?lia was so proud—good and sorts, murdering time and his obedient sons. own reputation. / SUBSCRIPTION RATES f)"° Year $i.oo i — , i , ,, Six Months ;c0 — [ I he home that possesses a Three Mouths '25 Let us work and stimula'e- cheerful wife and mother is J All subscriptions are payable in *^.'7 legitimate enterprise by, not only a veritable haven ofj advance. No name will be put i ^1VU18'1,1 friendly en- rest, but the safe harbor whose j on the books until paid for. j eottragement we can, and unite beacon light will guide her — — — :-our industry, intelligence and j bread winners- safely past all j Entered as second-class matter' c,apital V' common cause for rocks and shoals with...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 September 1911

. ■ >-v: 4'-''" -' J . j • v>r v-; #-Pv£ ' ' ft ■ . ,.; jfli I 1 s K« r i y 11 1:3 <« i 1 i l i #* ii- l THE ALTO HERALD t. t. AlLl N, Proprietor AI/I'M 11 TKXAS Oysters are preparing (or their busy eeaeon. i Boon the vacation season will take Ik well earned rest. Trains seem to be more dangerous tha& aeroplanes these days. Fortunately the past tense of the verb "to fly" Is usually "landed safe- >ly." 8 ys a London dairyman: "Cows are made happy by music." Mooslc, don't you mean? Automobillsts who are killed In races do not even advance the cause of science. Reading a barograph seems to be much like reading an Egyptian obel- isk, only more so. Ask the man who Is doing the other man's work what he thinks of vaca- tions as an Institution. Walking Is one of the best possible means of exercise, but most people are content with knowing it. Water Is growing scarcer in Manhat- tan and the Bronx New Yorkers will have to cut out the chaser. Man can now fly higher than the bir...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 September 1911

L> s V Sf«,, I KB- k \ mi • "*•'■" ' +••* J ■ ■ , , . v , n . k « 4 ... — /Wan Attempts to Pass Check.: Boy of 15 Takes Own Life. S. M. Allison, committed a Bccause his parents locked felony this morning fipr vyhich him in the room as a punish- ment for some indiscretion, . , Examining Trial Held. some Bartel Leblatic, aged 15, St. Martinsville, La., took his own life. When the parents heard 110 more from the youth and supposing that he had lit- was lodged in the calaboose in a very few minutes after- ward. Securing a blank check he requested Festus Crysup to fill it out for the amount of £27.95, he signed ifo it, the name H. IL' Atkinson, and taking it to the store of Dean & Pearson, stated to them that he wanted to take part of the amount for which the check 1 Jprnfied to find him hanging called, iu merchandise and J to the head of the bed, dead, wanted the remainder in cash. I The youth was very bright Mr. Deau refused to comply and was a great favorite with with the reque...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 September 1911

fJk 'VT \S,+ I , r ' "■" ' '..:r". . :iz — ■ - • _ « m I 9 H f K DR .rv S 1 I carry in §tock a complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, the besl Ri'edps o Canned Goods, Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Tobaccos, Cigars, &c. 1 also handle the best 'Old drinks in town. I will apprc- ciotC a share of your trade. : i Ki'linvj In Court House at j I Si ^ . J 11 Ardniorc I ^|i Gainesville, Tex , Sept. ij, | I, -News reached here todnv' ■ i that abuut noon in the district J {j court ;oon at Ardmore, Okla . HfC'-Jisnty Attorney Matthews H'shet ai!'.! killed Bill 1'allow. | I P Tin, reports said that Ba!lew| I & who was considered a danger-1 8 X* MURPHY 8c WILLIAMS ===== BARBER 5=== easiest shaving — stylish hair CUTS 'w 0 hot And cold baths Agents for the Best Laundry in the State—The Jnceda ESS TEE DEE The Only puarnnteed Dandruff Tonic Give Us a Trial. — We Want Your Trade. r ! f K nil1.'1 o ]i i ni- vol, attempt j e.d k. Poultry it Matthews. iation Meets. masma *V• The Crocerman i li U ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 September 1911

X ELUSIVE ISABEL JACQUES fUTRELLE ILLUSTRATIONS' by M.G.Kszrttiv*:r COPYRIGHT 1906 by THE ASSOCIATED 5UHDAY MAGA21WE3 COPYRIGHT 1909 by THE BQBB3 - MERRILL COMPANy HI M & W- >' mh 1 "t ' i-J k:. " 1 ■ SYNOPSIS. ' Count dl Ro.lnl, the Italian mbai- ^ Baflor. la at dinner with diplomats when mc.uen(«r aummona him to the em- r. baaay, where u beautiful younK woman jWka (or a ticket to the embassy ball. The ticket Is made out In the name of Miss Isabel Thome. Chief Campbell of the secret service, and Mr. Orlmm. hi" head detective, are warned that a plot Is If brewing In Washington, and Grimm goes to the state ball for Information. His at- tention Is called to Miss Isabel Thome, who with her companion, disappears. A •hot ts heard and Senor Alvares of the Mexican legation, is found wounded. Orlmm Is assured Miss Thome did It; lie visits her, demanding knowledge or the affair. and arrests Pletro Petrotlnnl. Miss J'horne visits an old bomb-maker and they Isruss a wonderful experiment...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 September 1911

HI WM MtaMMRMH Mai ttommesz? wWWt* T n Si 'jv A I; \ mij - III $ >!^ rv-i, IffM y;.rh> ■ iV- ,v>. <i sn*> i *■ • CHl*i £jjb-: **>? <\s. i i-.- !x ■* C^S, atffj rHiKi !>a^ Jlt; vvm m*. !x-. <i IX" n li67w> r%' *? ixfli*} $3- Jir< ♦.*> '■?<!: |j8 acrxj CS' ; (v" • m 'XV i € el n The Big Store CBS i .n b L £ 5 «v«c«ki ana. iwTffOTJroaswrwtt ?uB«rosM0i flMii <n ^MUOMnM 'T wait until the last minute to buy your'Fall Suit, ^ Today will " 1 t r i > .1 - 1_ . \7~^.. V \ w tyjsiwwN&aRKJi bg better ror buying than next week. >$£ \Tou can now choose from a complete stock and get fitted in just the style and pattern you prefer, and you'll get more value for the money you spend than will be offered you elsewhere, Rill shoes, hats and turnishings, too, you'll be glad to wear, «.*>& ^ Df, tr, tJUUCUXA B>fl l>wy >j Overlook the Youngsters in Knee Trousers I mKnKTCSM&tAXQnHHNMRtM! Knickerbocker Suits in all sizes and colors, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 September 1911

S3 & ^ -■ Vor.t.'ME X' ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SliPTh MliKR, 2S, 1911 Numuhr Four Heavy Quakes Sunday in Scvci Ecuador. {Earthquake Soon Pre- j Thpee M:n Dead Over On dieted. Guayaquil, Sept. 2.J.—1*011 r| Boston, Mass., Sept. 2.].— heavy earthquakes today (lid An ea;thquahc of unusual Serious damage at Rio Ban the capital of Chimbo Province, about eighty-fi ve I Kinney of Revere, wiio pre.' inile« from Guayaquil. The'dieted yesterday that within shocks continued throughout! fifty-eight hours beginning at the day, 1.ut with diminishing!sunset last evening there is intensity. , going to be a heavier and rrnre Bccause Miss Elsie Ellis re* violence is abmt to take place, fused to accompany ()bie But rnxo J according to Dr. Eunice D. | Icr home from a lance at Raf-i" 11'gilt thret Six People Slain While They, Chloroform V/rs Thrown Gjrl. Sleep. ' V'rindov". t ' Kiioxville, Tenti., Sept. 26. Colorado Spring.-. Sept. 2;,.i Gaine.-v'Te, 'iex., Sept — Murdered in their homes by i ome uuj...

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