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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 June 1912

1 ," I I _ . wmZ ,w yi ,! h 'Iff: ; #,v ' "jgj* ;' , 7,;,;.y..trfW'g< ywwjjy ■r Straws jtife As It Was Told To I s John Holconib attended bus- iness in Jacksonville Wed. W. Bo miliar' Spent Wed. in Wells. 1 1 See Gtiinn & Alle.'t for a pood farm. . Are )'ou a renter? If so let (lui.nn & Allen sel' you a home. * H. II. Berry man spent Tuesday night in Jacksonville Meal Mad ley of Blanco is visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. Charles Usher and children are visiting relatives in Jacksonville.^ Quite jv crowd ;of town people attended the Palestine singing last Sunday. The annual all day singing rind diuneV on the.ground was good/plenty of dinner, and good singing. h • Mrs-.Stripling of Bullard is the guest, of her daughter Mrs. Jess Holconib this week. George •Hutchings of Mor- till attended business here Tuesday. Tom. anb Jim Morehead of Buckholtz is spending week with W, J. Roark anb family. Miss Irene Sketters of Ret I.awo is visiting relatives hert this week. Mr. Crui...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 June 1912

HSHHHHI HI I m*m 1 \*> 'AL-" i 41 -L xvyiavy*; *7tr*;tE r^7 r fc ■<.¥ GARDEN TOOLS Such as we have garden grow better, thing you might want to u garden, will make your We have any- the e . e in Poultry Netting from 2 to 5 ft high • i When you need anything in a first class Hafdward Store just chop in and see us. fcV-| Time Tells For naarly 40yeiri the standard of ill wood-cutting toola have been the fimoui mn tarn* Tools and Cutlery. The vMdckopMf atwaya bajr* Itn Keller AM aad b«t«l •awe—the cafdwaad aai kion Kaea Katltr lucrum and Hatch- •UaSawaaiteat c&elaat aaddurablr. AU Be* KaUecTeel* i I The Alto Trading Co. I We, handle Dr Daniel? Hotse Remedies, They are the best ?! tMan Found Pcad 'Mineral Wells Tex^ June 6J Thelifelcss body of Ed Echl a bachelor 83 years old, who had lived on his farm, about miles from town for years was found iii his pasture, about 250 yards from his house Echl l.ad been missing for five or six weeks, . and the body was in had eordition, the fl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 June 1912

J* BB *.4 ' . \ ■ I J ! i j assE^s*JSr (Wjggtpin! wmmr r\ m ■• •'. O* V -• '- . '-<v* * m THE ALTO HERALD E. E. ALLEN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year $1.00 Six Months 50 Three Months.... 25 All -subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put 011 the books until paid for. Entered as second-class matter Jan, 3, 1901, at (he postoffice at Alto, Texas, un.ier act of March 1879. .mi *. _. j-T : f - •". !—: r=—- Notice to the Public. Any erioneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation, •which may appear in the columns t>f The Herald will'be gjacily cor- rected upon its being brought to Ihc attention of the publishers. organization! A commercial is the greatest building. Say to the stranger "you are welcome in our city" and make the welcome good. If you want to be progres- sive, saysomething,d Jsomeeth- ing and be someboddy. Some people will bowl for a railroad and growl when they get it. Know your city as you would y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 June 1912

•Si m'r<*-*>* Sf" ■•<*' *: ■-w• < >*t-* ti/iJueonflfajeauMBufct-v .< W. J Knafp X'Xf" C. r: VE S( • .«■ ?' < | Lad . 2 i La lies Ai'l 4AL ERY |[T1I, socicU v, | jder by the pv g' a ■ xl attei. iimitee was ap ■\ :-i P.M : ;0'\ •I liacl '> c >m i ?>iv ? t t *_ pillow rslif •h is to 1' BUSINESS 10 rs te". AI And now have one o on the list. If you have a; at a bargain turn it over u show you how quick w c IE you are looking f< r a us show you what we h.ivc proprety and farms. two more h..>g to sell ; ar d let us *e a buyer .m a in, let )tl •. town Sji Misses ! Kim a Pyl" an , !eu. We a'. ■ •. irvcrv Fridax |M. 'There i business we '■> .•.a i -i >il, I rs.lj \1-' lie id •lUon': OA'a •: . ■Ul*; I "Oil: ill it d 'iUlK Sp M z > \ ' , OrtmijMWiM * . > ; ieei . - i > «u > i . other ADV :rt o > iv ..j j ONE ATT At FOLLOW' ANqTH-' Has That He s Expricne T aking Call)!:-.' <nf Cm: ;o t ; tion? fry D d- L vc Tour j Nck' I line -i?*' (..'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 June 1912

IX-J Th ' I On Six Th All I J J a) At '' rli an v?l i, f id Ih \V> SI ' ss ei si 0. a; h * . :• -• ■ !. ,*' • I i AU ('• I r ■ i I V «. ' ••• ' .

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 June 1912

1«" Professional Cards W. E. WAITER Notary Public Texa3, J M. CK.uvford, M. D, cut! and Surgeon AlU>. Texas. OlTice Phone 27 Res. Phono 34 imbodon & Perkins lay, vr.RS Practice i:i All Courts Perkins, IPCWS \V. m Imboden, Rusk 1! I!. Perkins; Rusk James I. Perkins, Alto "M'J , p^ii As a corrective for disorder* in the stomach or bowels, for clear- ing the complexion and promoting appetite, sound sleep and cheerful spirits, it is uueqitalcd. Good for either se* sail nil sges from five years upwards. Get 11 j3 Genuine with tlis Figure Sold !>y Druggists. Professional Cards CHILDREN Who have worms, who are sickly, restless or irritable; those who eat too much sweet stuff, who suffer from colic or irregular bowel movements, will grow strong, rosy and cheerful under the cleansing and invigorating influence of PSiSiiLY ASH BITTERS Ui Red mi Pront L abel. Price $1.00 per bottle DR. J. C. HURST W DENTIST OFFICE WITH Sittoii's Drug Store SEE \SM. J. WOOD . For up-to-date paint and ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 June 1912

Mi TH oiip Six Thr All a o I Jan Alt h 1 rlii an; •wli ;.f icc the \vc sp .sa es st oi al in hi ei cc v 1 T \ TO i A i i V A A A A i A A i i A i Dress Goods Large shipment of new dress good of all kinds just arrived, including Silks,, Mulls, Linens, Corduroys, Sheer White Goods and Yoils. All kinds Buttons. LACES of Laces, Embroideries, and MILLINERY lu the assemblage of the ex- queesite hats are modlesthat de lightfully express the newest and most beautful fashons of the season. These are dressy hats, i j trinied to please the most exact- ing. See our and get our prices before buying. We want to move our entire stock of Millin- ery during June; we expect the quality of the hats and the price tr to do it- S II O E S The Berry Shoe is made b y T. D. Berry H e makes mens nice Shoes only to sell from ^3.50 to •one pair sells another." $5-oo. Concenctrated study and effort is put forth to make this the greatest and best shoe on the maket for the price. Every shoe is guaranteed by him. E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 June 1912

" '-"'ir tniiiWufli ; -auMK"■'OWW—P* inr viiiotiirrrmnnnii ijT hi m mnwiiw j""!-'-''-"" y'r'-rt^fi H Y crj / VOLUME XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNK 20,1912 Number ;o Official Statement of the Financial Condition of Tha Alto Stats Bank OF ALTO, STATE OF TEXAS at the ciosc of business on the 14th day of June 1912 published in The Alto Herald, a newspaper printed and published at Alto, State of Texas, on the 20th day of May 1911. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, personal or collateral $42,114 Loans, real estate ',938 Overdrafts lot Real Estate 1 • • •,- 637 furniture and fixtures . 1,980 Due from Approved Reserve Agents, net. -15,366 92 Due from othet Hank* and liatikcrs, sub- ject to check, net S09 42 Cash Items 2y 38 32 13 30 23-141 47 . 72s y2 93 2.S 06 40-5 68 Currency . ., 4,325 00 Specie 2,234 45 •Interest in Depositors dUnranty fund Other Resource.-:as follows; TOTAL..V.. ..., '...$70,735 i.iAiui.rriEs Capital stock paid in. $10,000 00 Surplus fund .. /... 3,000 00 Undivided profi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 June 1912

i > <■? ♦ «•. V. ■ ~KWI if 'At -5P TV On Six Th All Jai A1 3 rli nu •wl t>f re th w si Si e s 0 a 11 As It V.'aa Told To I'm j tj — IIWWMWIHl III ■ ■« I — — .1. I !■ .. II ■ I N. H. Agtiew is the man that carries the groceries vou want. Neil M '.hlcy sbent Monday in lied law 11. J'udd McMin of Rusk spent Sunday in the city Tom Bonner of Wilnhurst spent Sunday here wit h luraa folks. Dr. Summers of Rusk sp:ut Sunday in the city. Earnest Burnett spent Mon- day in Wildhurst. ■ See Agnew for fresh groce- ries. Mrs' Deece of Crockett is visiting her daughter, Mrs Jack Murchison. Mrs. Taylor of Martinsville is visiting friends here. Airs. L. M. Dickey returueb to her home at Lin wood Satur- day. Everything at a reasonable price, at Kuykeudall & Jones. Brunswick, Texas. Mrs. Elmer Williams of Butter-field was here Mon- day. Ellie Si.ng'letary is here this week. Charlie Allen left Tuesday for Hills boro. Torn Reaves returned to Mt. Enter-prise Wednesday. Patronize the farmer's ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 June 1912

—ViltMiiiii |7"' . .-U7 Belt Cotton Time Table For the information of our red ers we publish the following schedule of arrival and departure of the Cotton Belt trains at Alto: NORTH BCJrND No 404 ..8:52 am No 402 5:15 p m SOI Til no IN!) N". 401 9:3ft a ui „"• -103 7:21 P >« I.OCAI.S If.-i tit Bound—No. 42... -9:52 a 111 ptnuh Bound—No, 41... 12:85 p m SUICIDED'BY JUMPING IN WFLL t ton C,Air DNER SAVED MORRIS BLOCK'S LI-E paliaj Baseball Ma?nct Rescue £d| San Antonio Rival Who Was Drowning. San \ntcnio Tex. June 13- I'-sc t< (jiirdner, prrsident of tl; 11 is baseVHl clnh, to- prgwt saved Morris Block, ft'lier of 1 he San Antonio, inset mil club from drowning ju the pool of the Travis club. Blok did not know the depth • if the swimming pool, but he Aid know that he could not nvim, and thinking the tank ess than his depth, jumped 11. He landed in eight feet water. After spluttering round and going down twice, Gardner noticed Block was in distress and proinqtly dove over to the r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 June 1912

n . vm-,M r , M Mippp^p •v' f " 1'"' „;Lii„. . mwini -nr—"-j-M*<-<- •• ' **zr^ i—w^—w'-■ '.-*■" 'U jw -I } Jn^p 4: - - t: ' 1 * *51^ I :;i and wliere- unueeessarv details of win s Vvoidine truthful we must dispose of surplus stock, and realize on in •ested capital tells the whole story in a nut--shel\ nnpie ores baekwavd red net; Unusual and unfavorable conditions < i season iones us to anticipate the period oi in f-ellini: bv sever..1 wee CE"Iflc ""'-jnsr Entire Cloliiin&S" IKTOO i mi t, union Mr* a ra rial C4tlkM *«•• A t- A i A 4 A t A i A i A i A Sand Flat ISews. Well here I am again this week. Quite a crowd attended church at San Flat vSuhday. Marion Fagg and Dave bummed a way to church Sun.1 A Good Citizen We like tq see and hear a man who is proud of his native town. He is an itidispensibie citizen, although he ma}' be as poor as ciiureh mouse; but his nam': should be written in l inre letters at the mtrance We m ike no exceptions, :*'j i • * w > ;r:: 1 _ t mi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 June 1912

' / —■ We expect prompt payment on your accounts out of your tomato money. Blautou Bros. J. K. Hartgroyes of Nacog- doches county was here Wed- nesday. At K. Stokes of Houston county was here Saturday. E. F. Phillips of Nacogdoch- es County was here Friday Remember each week we show vou a new assortment of white dresses. Burnett and Price. John Lewis of Houston coun ty was in town Wednesday. Miss. Sudie Allen of Mor- rill spent Tuesday night here with friends. Mrs. Greqgor of Sactil is visiting her daughter, Mrs. E- C. Batei. Jim Cuunnings spent Wed* nesday in Pollok. Burnett and Price can show you a swell line of cordoroy at different prices. Ben Davis of Brunswick spent a few days here this week wiih parents. Miss Lena Campbell of Morrill spent Monday in the city shopping. See Guinn & Allen for a good farm. Mrs. Jones returned home after several days with Keltis friends Monday. Are you a renter? If so let Ouinn & Allen sell you a home. ^ A Promising Son Said a distinguishe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 June 1912

iwuumiiiim r • ' ■ ' MMI v? ^ *«SKi. .. W • wvtwm* iiMHHmmHi ',*■•. . >> ' .y s 7 <w / k' > p I fa «• ■ * <■ I i ;> ttr%. • I Professional Card* VV. E. WAITER Notary Public Alto, — — Tc:: J M. Crawford, M. D, hysiciati and Surgeon. Alto, Texas, Res. Phono 74 Office Plior.e 27 Parkins, linbodon & Perkins lawyers P.-1 •: :ee in A il Courts w.M. Imbodcn, Re I! • B. ; K.ur>l: ■ Jaiaes 1. Perkins, Altc Revival Meeting Hi First Baptist Church l' ,\r • will begin tkeir r vival nceting the third Sunday iu uly assisted by Rev. j. a. imitli and bis singer J. w. )a\-is The same being the nen who assisted in the row val at this place last 'm.v m- •or v/liicb resulted in the grea- est meetings Aito has ever •ujoved. The f(>!l.;\vi:!.: n : - i 1 .rether liave been •; ■ . ■ a to > cure a tent under which .e n vival will be cotuh:et< ! Vitut; Lively W. T. \\ 111 i: 111) I. C. Parish rnd Iv 1 A1ii-.■. Tile indications are 1 • ■ rreat meeting wi ' l; lr !•'. The tent...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 June 1912

* THE ALTO HERALD li. K. ALLEN. Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year - $1.00 Six Months Tftree Montlis.... 25 All subscriptions arc payable in advance. No name will be put 011 the books until paid for. I5e up to date, an:l b.>jsl vour town. -x Entered as see ::J-eJass matter Jan, 3, 1901, at the postoflice a'J. Alto, Texas, under act of March Let us truthfully say -there is no^place like Alto. Eternal vigilance should be your watch word, swat the fly The fly is ahonie wrecker Biff him. I,ickwr.rd Oil backward Oh time is your flight, give me a fly swatter just for to- night. List Your Proprety iii 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 l e gladly cor- rected upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. A good way to build a city is to start something. Its hard to find anything in the dark; even cities may be overlooked-Brighten lTp,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 June 1912

f .?v,T v ' ' v.- -• .TT:-••^!iW MWMilMiBiiWiP^'' ^i'""' * r. < iM BBfiiPWUP^wy- | * ■V.'.r. "-'"X-'v Vr V I'", yB! k- >v ..111 ,JJ.'. E. N< 4 A I § 5 * i * * \i. « 'h> s Pho kins, .m:' SI. I I!. DR. Sill w,> "OR D P, Jp- COF hoi >*L AR ( to 11 E E EL". Succo In n< weak] rcmec u" *• ij" it Is Every Body Ss Going! Going Where? TO FRANK, HAWS & CROUCH THE BIG 4 DOOR STORE WHEN —i- i * A A A A i A A i i A A A i A i A i A i A WHAT DOES THE VERB WHEN MEAN; an Adverb, at what time. Read what When means AT THE BIG i DOOR STOlil'] 1 When you want to buy Dfy goods go to an exclusive dry goods store. 2 When you want to buy dress goods for yourself or daughter you -will find a complete line to select from at Frank, Haws & Crouch, at the lowest prices. 3 When you want to buy Emb- roidery, Kebroidery Flouncing and Laces of the newest styles you will find at Frank, Haws & Crouch for less. 4 When you want to buy 3 pair cf hose that is worth 25cts per pair, you will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 June 1912

HMWi r U v WZt. O "v. / / -/ be EUto ■ V; J VOLl'MK XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 27,1912 Number TOMATO growers this We want you t> -cpo.vt yonr money in batik and we will be glad to extend you every accommodation consistent with good banking. PHIS BANK YOUR BANK" V i\. I V THE ALTO STATE BANK The Guaranty F und Bank ALTO, TEXAS M. C. PARRISH, President F. F. FLORENCE, Active Vice-Fresidcnl T. D. MILLER, Cashier V'/ RiMMM From Mrs. Butler. Mattie Murphy is writing poetry, Believe I'll try my liantl, Though that is something I never could understand. There's poetry in :n> feet, It defies all measure, And the metre wont mete. The lines and the :ylables, conic hit or miss, Now if you don't believe it, Why just read this. . Of course I must write an ad. II you trade with Agnew, Don't get into a stew Farmers Institute The Farmers Institute met Saturday. Quite a number of interested farmers were pres- ent and derived great beiefii Horn the meeting. I Frank B. Guinn of Rusk spbke o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 June 1912

t. • ^ , - ..« "%«M|i i ! m - '****"- M I'l i. 1 D W O' 111 A s it Professional C ards Mi a J bl< lo ag AVI tc V. rb s vd hi hi 1!( K' &• 31 Lightning P! ved Peculiar Prank Professional Cards W. E. WAITER [ Notary Public Alto, — — • Texas, Mr. \Y. L. Moore, formerly j of this city,' ■ ' :io\v farming in the Black foot community, i was in the city Saturday, and told of a peculiar prau 1 ightning a 'i which he ca \ J 1ST. C:;v\\vFoun, M. D. Physician am! Sur^coii. Alto, Tcjjfis, Res. Phono Office Phot:e Perkins, linboden & Perkins LAWYERS Practice iu A]] Courts by tew da\s ago, in luvM being the v.'c'itn. M.. M"<>r • says lie was out in his field, when a flash of lightning catne, and I when it \v°s o\cr lie found imscif on tli- -nund am' j two of his t. I■ i' ■ . J out. He says that his U:e'h were I evidently removed by the |'ightning, but h was other- wise nntou -i. .1. It v. to say I'l'e ' least, a '.^ry peculiar prank—Palestine Herald. CONSTIPATION Is the cause of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 June 1912

a /--Y y. :M i # i I J * \> £\ IvervbocB at Our in a^SL> Annual Picnic The largest Barbecue and Basket Dinner ever held in East Texas will be at Alto, July 4th. Don't miss it. Come early. PU L-xrst T I It V :i V n A4 ?:* i r> a ls td. 1 n n PARK * § rr-5 8 1^* iT f5?,525Z5ES3&.tt:-ttESESBtt~iSBSZ52SZ£tt>xZ5ZSc5SS5£e±: >.;-v5^5553in] I i -3 •••;. :<ni ;jui si orne Alto I k k * * * f * :1GQRAAM.

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 June 1912

.f JK a;■ 7 ■ ERfiNe -ti W. 1 Alto, M < rl J Res. 1 Pjrk ? \v. iv '<5r w A^ Df I1 I V s \ w • X i •!i' i s - M -r ■ --1 THE ALTO HERALD K. E. ALLKN. Kditok. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Redlawn News We have a new depot for the convenience uf the tomato growei's. V" Ma,(; "i,!'?o! Miss Irene Skectets spent Six Months 5°' c , , c. , •/, T Three Months 2^ i Saturday and Sunday with J ,, . i M Burnett and faiiiily. All subscriptions are payable in. . advance. No name will be put! Mrs Duncan and little dan- on the books until paid fur. 1liter, Evelyn, came in Satur- ; •— — day afternoon to be with rela- Kntered as second-dnss .matter ^ fof severa] Jan, 3, 1901, at the ;postof!W at Alto, Texas, tin ler hct ol March , 1S79. Notice to the Public. cays. Miss Dora Cole has gone to Wharton for an extended visit with Mr and Mrs K \V Cole. Rev Ray of Rusk filled his Any crtoiieous reileclion upon the j regular appointment at Mt rharacter, standing or reputation of Zion Sunday morning and any person,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 June 1912

'■ j*fa "I 'i- -mm > rflSr / SEVERAL KILLED Fcm'1 Resulted in De.;th of i hree 1.1 en and cne Womian jnJ V, oJiii::: * C L livrs Whiskey Special Train \n 2 northbound this aftc- noo.i was a "boose" special li^ht, aivl handled four truuk- !'>■[(!< of beer and whis' c.v out ot 'alestin" f >r th. 1 i'.VIl: r-iit;r:i;ai:, : Three men mhI '.ur: i.:!!j.i • \\ (ir.t iu wt'ie h.'dlv a hhw ("r h it lit; T*? u 11 i i ***cl vc II' . 1; ii i:r :i •Kllli u :: )U!.I I) ill of She;mail Hi!- mo;*. .. The dead are; h. V.*. Sharp, age 1 ~ Russell V/s-'drop' i •' •. Miss (lOfirsria SliaV >, The \\ ouude;'; Ih.ii: '' Walf'vop, a and wile. The light resulted ,1 >v J.St v, t'l and ca*t of u.' The wee nine kej truck r. :i l itet .Mwiiua) M-. K.y i: ot fifty nine keg:-.; oi bivr, a ■ this Cou. l" whole truck load ot whiskey has manv i packages, and several 1 >;:rrc:Is t-'emed hi-i and crates of hot: le i h :cr. the yer.r.; Ii. And " the goods" w ie con- we miss hi: signe.l to addresses...

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