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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 June 1908

mv V, y V SPECIAL PRICES for JUNE Pun Corn Chops SI 72 Pure Bran 1 52 Pure Shorts 1 62 L'.l; Hij-.h Patent Flour . 1 50 [j jh Patent Flour 1 35 ' nd Patent Flour 'rvtrr ®ielj * ** IVWi <>u.irant«ci] 1 25 White Corn ior Planting 1 00 Meal, J'5 pound Sacks 70 Graham Flour 1 60 Prairie Hay, extra Fancy ... 50 To arrive, one ear Alfalfa Hay at 60 C. M. Noell's Bargain Store NOTICE Cold Springs Camp, No. 2262 WOODWI N or THE ,\ORLIl Meets at Culil t>piings, )'.■ link's wist of Alto, so und and t >nrth Saturday nights in each montli. All Woodmen invited. F D. BODKNHlilMER, C. c. A. D. ACK Y, Clerk Local Happenings Fresh lot breakfast bacon ot Agnew's. George Crouch was up from Lufkin Sunday. For any kind of bottled soda water, see Mike Murphy. Judge R. L. Robinson was down front Rusk Wednesday. See the new tilings in voiles and panauius .U Alexander iH:! Kind's. Dee Power left Monday for a visit to relatives at Nacog- doches. All kinds fresh staple and fancy groceries at Agnew...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 June 1908

-<,1 SM8fciSl % * RAISING OF STOCK HOGS Oklahoma Setting a Pace for Texas Growers. Oklahoma fnrn:i• i • arc |>iv ^j>oriti^r Iiv working tho combination of al- falfa ami luijrs. Thousands of nc re- were sown to alfalfa in Oklahoma last \i-.ir, and a. a ilire. t result thai Slate in supplying lli' F'irl Worth pnekories with a large pi r t cut of the hoys slaujjrhleiv I lii re. They ar increasing tic alfalfa acreage so rap idly, however, that the in.lease in fho hog crop can not keep tip with it, and in several towns thoy an building or prep;;ring mills to grind the alfalfa and make alfalfa meal, which is in such favor that il is hard to supply the onl-Mc demand. Charles (' I-'ii ih-Ii, representative of the Fort Worth SI "k Yards Company, just reeently returned from a trip through Oklahoma. Speaking of what the\ are doing there in tlie way of growing alfalfa and hogs, he said : "'They a#c now growing alfalfa on upland country where a few yoais ago it was thought impossible to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 June 1908

KNEW WHAT THE JOB MEANT. IS IT POSSIBLE* Angry Citizen Put Ordeal Up to Street Car Company. Not long ago there entered the office ot the superintendent of a trolley line In Detroit an nn«ry citi/.en, demand- ing "JuHtlre" in no uncertain terms. In response to the official's gentle Inquiry touching the cause of the de- mand. the angry citizen explained that on the day previous as hiB wife was boarding one of the company s cnrB, the conductor thereof had stepped on his spouse's dress, tvarlng from it more than a yard of material. "I can't see that we are to blame for that," protested the superintendent. "What do you expect us to do. get her a new dress?" "No, Blr, I do not," rejoined the angry citizen, brandishing a piece of cloth. "What I propose Is that you people shall match this material."— Ilarper's Weekly. i P<>14 by Druairt.w. 75c. T .e U ll «>'• •mlljr nut far cotullp.Uua. Overdoing a Fad. Mrs. Graham Is an estimable lady whose hobby Is house decoration. One day the l...

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

'■m --W .) .. IfeWOTE 0V'W Ok I'V fill we lac st ].n ho iti' id t.h it, 1M th \v 1 10 of (.!, fr S| Ui Ml OT «! ni rx ri h1 it 0 ji If 11 ft v> tl ii t. 1 t ] f f o L : ;Vil! \ :4\ ■ ' '<'-V I) fw ^ 7 ■ v .4 cvwsr* suiter eruuient are cordially invited to join ns in sending dele- gates to tlie convention," is t lie invitation extended by the Democratic National Com- niittee, and those who cast this aside as rubbish are se- riously hindering the man who is to be nominated at Detiven; and those who refuse Kodol For Indigestion Our Guarantee Coupon -• 5"!Gate 1'3 'lVi * fbi" 8 '1 • IS r. • ~l' si — fc & ii i « (a Ss'irike^y .... i\ A7.«V.; $ DON'T -{s lot yours.lf ( • bo mtsorabln. Wliy si:ir i irmiis cii lu ad- III hi , liiivo fr:iu(,ii.K hih-Hh w; and Ito U ■ '1 IV Your liver . „.(> 'I rv iSerblno MlO ;,ivuL lii'ci' ' i <' '-rV'I■ '"S C Fif:tlp.i; HiHotiR- If. after using iwo«ihlrdk r*f * ft oo bailie of Kodol. you can honestly tuy it iu n< i bene- fited you, wr wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 June 1908

••• -f" Cnh'rrd Jnniwrvhit, ItMl,fll l lie Alio, To.xn iwsloffkc. <n Second) I ~lnll< i \i t ot ('iuuirr.-,* ,'larch s, IS79 VoUJMK \"I I I ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, J I'M? , j, l()0S Numbkr ANOHMCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENT FEES. Announcement tecs payable strictly iu advance—no exceptions. Congress . . . • $15 00 District 10 00 County . . . • 5 00 Precinct 2 50 The following are announced uhject to the Democratic prima- ries: l?or Congress—Second District Martin Dies S. B. Cooper For Tudgc Second Judicial District C. D. Minis Of Nai.ogdoches County James I. Perkins Of Cherokee County For State Senator C. C. Stokes For Representative George B Terrell J. P. Lane. For District Clerk M. M. Hannuock W. M. Ellis For County Judge R. L. Robinson J. E. Shook R. McClnre For County Attorney C. F. (Frank) Gibson For Sheriff C. K. Norwood Joe G. Moore For County Clerk L W. Tittle H. H. Powell M. Y. Burton For Tax Assessor Walter E Sloan For Tax Colle< tor \V. J. Summers T. S. Philips D. B. Singleta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 June 1908

m -.at Si- . ' ,: , V^Wver mm THE, ALTO HERALD m t I 9 T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. Ai/ro, TI: X AS TEXAS NEWS HEMS William A. Cocke <>f San Antonio refuses in st.'ind us (i candidate for re-election to tin: legislature. Immense delegations left '1'exns points Sut 11 riliiv and Sunday for the ('oil fed' ■ nit> liuin, Ala. Reunion in Birining- ioner Dashiell has a lion to deliver tun Central West Texas ( oil!io* ;via 1 ( 1 u 1 is, Tax Cojiunif accepted an address to Hie Association t>f which meets at Abilene June 1(1. Present prospects are excellent for a good pecan crop in the Brown- wood coiintn thi vi-ar. Last year - crop was g 1. and it, is unusual to have two good crops in succession. Huh I/oil;: was held Saturday aft- ernoon without hail liefore Justice of the Peace Boyett iv his examin- ing trial for the niunker of I'rof. J. (i. Jneowuy in Paris lost Saturday. E. \V. K irk pat rick of McKinney, one of the most prominent nursery- men in the South, and a writer on hort...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 June 1908

Mr*" ■ I I HEW PAPER MATERIAL A Trinidad Sugar Mill Said to Have Perfected Bagasse Process. Consul General Hiehard Guenther of Frankfort, Germany, furnishes the following information, published in a German journal, concerning the invention of a Trinidad planter for the manufacture of paper from sugar cane bagasse, and if the process proves anything like a success, a new industry of boundless magnitude is opened up to Texas: For a long time the bagasse had been experimented with in order to make ecllouse out of it for paper manufacturing, but without success. It is now reported that a Trinidad planter has, after several years of experiments, arrived at the conclu- sion that a superior article of paper can be made from the bagasae of sug- ar cane, as also of the bagasse of other plants of that district. It is stated that he has erected paper works in connection with his sugar factory at an expense of $85,000. The bagasse, after having been three times ground and pressed in sugar press...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 June 1908

i I £ ( M h _ _ § V, J _ _ ■f«grji^K~o^.-3-!K,.-rf nwr J?U. CTIWBKfci<£jCX<«jtt^r" ^ ■u—r Wt have just rcccivcd r±Q this week a large ship- A Hiv121 ol i IK- famous 3 1 AR ui.a\ BJiuniJ ohuu^llKllIO,IIK.Iumut.#u./Vv . BRAND SHOi. S lor men, women and children. Willi this V large shipment added to our stock gives Us ihe most complete v iine of Shoes in all the latest last, and leathers in the town of g Alio. No foot too large or too small thnt wc cannot fit. Cur v line is now open for your inspection, and you !1 luivc no trouble V in iinding the kind ot Shoes you want here, Wc have both high ^ ana low cut Shoes in ull the latest styles for v. v ^.ryboay at any l\ kind of-pricc ~ P O U R LEADING B R A IN D S ETERNITY SHOES THE PATRIOT SHOE The Society Shoe Our Family Sho for men, S4.O0 for women, $3.50 The popular shoe ior all her Hoys and Girls Try a pair o! "Star Brand Shoes'* next time you buy, and give your feet comfort, service and satisfaction «qp <**,* X, Oi i O • t, f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 June 1908

■ ** i i f SPECIAL PRICES for JUNE Pure Com Chops $t 72 Pure Bran I 52 Pure Shorts l 62 Extra High Potent Flour mij'""1" 1 50 High Patent Flour 1 35 Second Patent Flour 1 25 W hite Corn for Planting 100 Meal, 35 pound Sacks 70 Graham Flour 1 60 Prairie Hay, extra Fancy 50 lo arrive, one car AKalfa Hay at 60 Scully-Jenkins IN THE GOOD OLD C. M. Mi's Bargain Store NOTICE Cold Springs Camp, No. 2262 WOODMAN OF THE ORLD Meets at Cold Springs, .)'miles west of Alto, second and fourth Satitrclri>■ 11i;•'11s in <-:ieli mouth. All Wuocih) ' it !. l\ !>. 'ivNJItlMER, C. C. A. D. ACR ^ . Clt:i k iappenings ■ ' on your next Mid vou will be yiuaii for ice. All kinds fresh groceries at Holly Agnew's. Frank Gibson, of Rusk, spent Tuesday night in Alto. Babbitt metal and packing at Thornton's tin shop. See Mike Murphv for any kind ice cold soft drinks. Judge Robert McChtrewent up to Rusk Wednesday. Millinerj at vonr own price at Alexander Cv King's. Mrs. \ ..it Evans and son, Willie, vi ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 June 1908

QUEEN OF ACTRESSES TI-, PRAISES PE-RU-Nt. ■"! RW.--: - 1 ( I i\v tra vas urn Ilcs lowiirtl the 1101 illil V l)C tllllltiTIll i few vi'iirs more ol Another Thing That Is Fast Becoming a Matter of Memory. of the old Xa- st retelling up Cimarron Coiin- hwi-l, will prob- iv tin' march of ci\ ilixation, but "act that ;i>< (! enough to stay on until thn raise i unit'. Their i burner* were of- ien rough, but they were big-heartecl men who would gi\( their last cent I to a friend. i Some of them who settled dotvn j and became owners themselves are still living in the country across j which they drove cattle years ago, ind look back sometimes almost uilh a sigh of regret to tlie old days. ; I'rovers'Journal. UNUSUALLY BRILLIANT. fli ■ I- ▼ Wiim- mm W MISS JULIA MflPVOWE. flrti i.lad to write my endorse- ment of the grent r medy, I'eruna, I do so most heartily. "--Julia Marlowe. Any remedy th:i' benefits digestion Bl renstlu ns l lie nerves. The nerve tenti-i require tiutrltlon. If the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 June 1908

.. 1-f" -fsw' ) jrr.'upi y I Tulsa, Ok., n fijftiriiij; on build- ing a $7<1,000 auditorium. Four death* in Cliiia^o Montlav were ftscribcil to tin oppressive luttt. Russia is iii a peck of trouble on account of naval socrcts having leaked out. A giis tank c\p]' ion in lidian- npolis injured eleven persons Satur- dav, some of them, it is feared, fa- tally. The T.eon I'iver belween Temple and Mellon lias so changed its course that the Kat\ may have to move a bridge a ross the stream. FIVE MONTHS IN HOSPfTAL. (Irac < 'tin rs, nped sixteen years, jiretty and awroniplished, diet suddenly in Ocnison Tuesdav night from the elTeOts of a dose of carbol- ic acid .1. K. I'itiimm. n veteran resident of Coisiiaua. \\.:s found dead in hi-1 bedroom at hi- home Sunday night, lie wa> a widower, and his son and son's wife, who live with him, were in l'ale.-tine on a visit. An artesian well, 1 ."ifiV feet deep, said to have a larger (low of water than any well of its kind brought in at l'all...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 June 1908

'i|P in I ¥' rf h, [A careful wife will always! keep wsuppli ec! wilh BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT A Positive Cure For Rheumatism, Cuts, Old Sores, Sprains, Wounds, Stiff Joints, Corns, Bunions and all Ills. SHE KNOWS. Mrs. C. II. Runyon, fitan- Ixirry, Mn. writes: I liuta. tiHi'd Snow Liniment nnd enn't Hfiy onouffli lor it. for lllieu- mntisin ami oil j>n11ih. It is (lie most useful inodlcluo to have in (lie hoiipe." Three Sizes 25c, 50c, $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. sr. LOUIS, MO., Sold and Iiccomaicndcd by 1.1 •. ALLJ'.A The campaign committee that ia boosting Jud^e Gray of 1 i.-Knvare, for the Democratic presidential noniiuation, is .sjieiulinj., eotisidci ibl«- money t'U ii liopeles . task, (.ray is a good man, but the late., ar: against linn, and the- litilctwo 1>y 1'otir stole fr< m which lie jomes. Kt-mledy'. Laxative ('oujrh Syr- ip fit' ore that children lik< so Well to take iis it tastes near- ly its k'wkI as maple uyar. It is dili'erent, from the others as it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 June 1908

mm i- <sov • "' §j* X im 21*13^ Blto *fFlsT£ilct^ ;; .Jl HP i • f ! \ ' Knl«wrt JmuiorvMS. i'*M. nt iho Alto, Tcxit iHwtoMhv. at*# on<* h-., ri.iii ~i.itif i v. I of Gm.jrrsv rinn li ^. I87<> V'OLUMK VIII ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, jr\'H i9, t9oS Numbkr 2S ANOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENT FEES. Announcement tees payable strictly in advance—110 exceptions. Congress . . . • 5 i5"° District 10 oo County . . . • 5 oo Precinct 2 50 The following are announced ubject to the Democratic prima- ries; For Congress—Second District Martin Dies S. B. Cooper For ludge Second Judicial District C. D. Minis ' Of Nacogdoches County J nines I. Perkins Of Cherokee County For State Senator C. C. btoKes K. C. Dickinson For Representative George B. Terrell For District Clerk M. M. Hammock W. M. Hllis For County J udge R. L. Robinson J. K. Shook R. McClure For County Attorney C. F. (Frank) Gibson For Sheriff C. K. Norwood Joe G. Moore For County Clerk L. W. Tittle H. H. Powell M. Y. Burton For Tax Assessor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 June 1908

■■'W / • :ZM" :A" 3JM i,se?r: •..- t t ( \ 0 4 ll a . HTP AI D T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, r TKXAS TEXAS NEWS HEM 'l'ho old project of an intcrurban liue from Honliiiid 11> McKinney, tJience to 1 >;ilias, is being rcvivi'il. (iovernor Campbell will open bis campaign at Terrell on June 2(1. Special railway rates will prevail. Texas opticians met in annual ses- sion in Dallas last week. The next annual session will also take place in Dallas. The rebuilt First Baptist Church, Dallas, was opened !o the congrega- tion last Sunday, though still un- finished. The Texas Stair Letter Carriers' Association will hold its tenth annu- al convention in Waco on the 4th of next month. The State Dental Association held its annual session in Dallas last week. The ll'O'.t meeting will be held in Waco. The Greenville Military Company has received new 1'nitcd States mag- azine rilles of the l!HI.'i model and bayonets of the 1!H>5 model. Fireman J. G. (Juattlchaum of the Katy was seriously,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 June 1908

' '■■ .... ' ' . :.. V *..: V:. i S3 i I E SEEKERS LEARN m*. 3 m Jill ' V&fcjf 1 is*# 'm tt. V; , [ *-• j . The Way of This Gay and Frolicksome Old Mundane, They were voting and very "spoony." She was probably 1") ami ho 17, may bo, but tliey were mak- ing love liko grown folks, and no mistake. It is true that " all the world loves a lover," but very few love slobbery children, who, because they feel a tingle when they hold hands, imagine they are in love. Somebody, when writing on this subject, once said, "A green boy without a dollar, present or in pros- pect, sparking a girl regularly, is a spectacle for gods and men." lie should be reasoned with, and if he will not quit until ho is able to support a wife and old enough to know what a married man's respon- sibilities are, he should be quaran- tined or sent to a convent. The idea of a boy marrying and having children before they do mous- taches! They sometimes arc the fa- thers of twins before they have two pair of long trouse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 June 1908

' ■". ' ' ' „„. . • • • '- '• ■■■;■' ■:; _4;^. ,t ZSZTsZ^t3£S3L « • ■■ - MMMMHffMMMNi f f1 A MatGhless Dress Goods # . ! Beginning SATURDAY, JUNE 20, wc will offer FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS the following Matchless Priccs on our entire stock of Spring and C V Summer Dress Materials, to clear our shelves and make ready .or rail Goods. Wc w TAD T LIU MCVT T\A/n \A/rri/C say "MATCHLESS" with a double meaning^matchless in beauty as well as in pnee. w A run I ML |\ LA I I W U YV LLiVU We have no pntent on beautiful Dress materials, nor can we alone make low prices, j\ but considering styles, pualities and the following low priccs, our Dress Goods Line ^ M stands in a class by itself. Read these prices Carefully, and avail yourselves of this opportunity to buy your Dress Goods at greatly reduced priccs. yL All 25 cent Linens, Silk Ginghams and Suitings at Special Sale Price l of 20 ccnts per yard All 20c Wash Fabrics in Suitings, Faucv Ginghams, Linen Crashes, jyi Duck Piques at Special Sale ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 June 1908

■ii 11 SPECIAL PRICES for JUNE Pure Corn Chops $1 72 Pure Bran 1 52 Pure Shorts 1 62 Extra High Patent Flour iJ^oH""r 1 50 High Patent Flour 1 35 Second Patent Flour gh"ibuu 125 White Corn for Planting 1 00 Meal, 35 pound Sacks 70 Graham Flour 1 60 Prairie Hay, extra Fancy 50 To arrive, one car Alfalfa Hay at 60 C. M, Noell's Bargain Store NOTICE Cold Springs Camp, No. 2262 WOODMEN OF THE ORLD Meets at Cold Sprin, 4 !■_■ miles west of Alto, second and fourth Saturday nights in each month. All Woodmen invited. P. D. BODENHEIMER, C. C A. D. ACRY, Clerk Local Happenings I Hay at Aguew's. Jim Berryman for ice. R. F. Walker spent last Sat- urday in Tyler on business. Millinery at less than whole- sale at Alexander & King's. Miss Bern ice Avery of Jack- sonville, is visiting relatives in Alto. Try "Mike" on your next flour order, and you will be pleased. Miss Mariebel Harrison is visiting relatives and friends aLCorrigan. . "Guns—cheaper than the other fellow. See Alexauder & King...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 June 1908

5 I'i And What it Means to Really gressjve Farmers, Pro Tim Ti'viih Funnrr-" ('on^rrc.-- <oi,- voncs in twelfth iiiimml M'-sidii n1 College Station on Julv 7. contin- uing ill roc ilrtyf. The Congress i- coiniiowri of various other orgnni'.i- tions, Btieh iis the ( nin (Jrowois' A-- s'xiation, the Swine 1 >11 • ■ los" A. cintion, the Beekeepers' Association, the llorticulturiil Society, the Sheep and <!oul Hrccder'.' Association, the Dairymen's Association, the Texas Division of the Southern Cotton As- sociation, the Nurserymen's Associa- tion, the Seed Breeder,A-soeintion. etc. All lliesc solidivisions of tlie Farmers' (Congress have for their memhers farmers, Murkmeii, hee- I'ori, opposite Moli I.-. \ When lie |-urrmdereiJ ai M< ridun, M only :57 were left of the men who I ori|finail\ enlisted. Colonel Harris is now 153 years !..Id iniikiii;r him somewhat younger ihaii the majority of Mexican War veterans now living, the average age I licing iiliout H6 years. This remn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 June 1908

ONE WOMAN'3 ENDURANCE. 'M •« « ■fM^ - I®#!; i®fe • outhern Woman Suffers Without Complaint. Tortur# Racked and torn with terrific pains, nightly annoyed fey kidney Irregularl- ttiea, Mr#. A. H. Payne, of 801 Third ave, 80., Columbus, Miss., suffered for years. She says: "The pains in my back, sides and loins were so terrible that I often smothered a scream. Every move meant ngooy. My rest was broken by a troublesome weakness and the se- cretions seemed to burn like acid. I was In an awful condition and doctors did not seem to help me. Doan's Kid- ney Pills benefitted me from the first and soon made me a strong and healthy woman." For sale by all dealers. 60 cents a bo*. Fostcr-MUburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. FAMILIAR PHRASE. "He paused for a moment's reflec- tion." Stands Head. There Is something about Hunt's Lightning Oil that no other liniment possesses. Others may be good, but It Is surely the best. It does all you recommend It for, and more. Por sprains, cuts, bruises, burns, aches a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 June 1908

II An vei Co nil i 01 tio S')< cin th< an De Di HOC t.io etc Fa I1K koi of do; CO! hei ITU till an sp c:h w! m IIH of H11 its tic I r l"> ml nil mu wi wl til h cu fa nn do wl K« CO atl on tli di is ar at to of ye Pi di in «I IK er C< A ni \\ 01 ee 11' \\ ft ic j< T Vl 8f i( W 1) 'I HI tl V o 11 f g A a ?] Womrn ^ smfferew •>_ Mhoulci u.ve L-M 1 DON'T ' lcl yourself to !>• mfr^rfvbln. , ' V/'iysufi' r from hovito lii'rtd- \ ! a lii-vo f. inting s> Ha I 'I It; 1.1 l>o fri-tfitly V«>i r liv.T -i!. '>Hi.' ■ i' ; . Tr flc-bliic r, tiio j.'rottt liver regulator. i tL'R!;S Con. ligation, Billous- ! ! j f"r -1 Pcver u,iJ j aii Liver Complaints. | j Tvs, Morrison. lfotis- ! • <<«)■ wri'i'n: '1 J" < >jf{ v.mI r j ••nr.. from severe. l;I iiI'ti Iu'Im' , ' ()i/..i.n • and ( \ f.iti■. • -'">■• i! ,. 1 roc« i ved II mil l.i'i inii.: i ttied HnrMiio, ! • i.-I -is • {iK-tely cuixtl. I Farmers Union, the date for the first session of that an- nual conv...

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