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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 June 1908

WH BWKM00kto& ««aL * i >/.v'■';>; / > • vfflwSBw*1 &$$% 1 (Ebe Stto IHcrald. tnlorrd JoniioivuS," 1901, «t the 11(0, Teijo Petslof(lce as^Of OtvtCiiiss riiiii Motlcr A<-1 of Coiftjrr.sv March .1, l«70 Volume Mil ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 190S. Number 29 THE KING OF CURES DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY FOR COUGHS AND COLDS. FOR WEAK, SORE LUNGS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, HEMORRHAGES AND ALL THROAT a*D LUNG DISEASES. PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I regard Dr. King's New Discovery ao the grandest medicine of modern times. One bottle completely cured me of a very bad cough, which was steadily growing worse under other treatments. EARL SHAMBURG, Codell, Kas. PRICE 30o AND Sl.00 3 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY t ALL. □ fc A L E R 9 IN MEMORIAM, William T. Hunt jr., aged 16 years, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hunt, died March 6tli 1908, and was buried in Palestine cemetery. Wallace L. Hunt, 'a younger brother, aged 14 years, died June ro, 190S, his remains being in- terred iu the same cemete...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 June 1908

■. >* -X \ I Ai vc <:. ui en tii BO ei tli at 1) D HC ti' C't F in k< of d< CC 1>( III tl ai «1 ct w re in oi si it ti I> I'- iii al st w w tl If <i fi a; d. w g a g it o 11 d if tt a t< c 0 y i1 d it o ii e THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. / a \ 0 H f \ 1 i ALTO, TEXAS s TEXAS NEWS HEM Friday nt San Angelo the temper- ature «:i> 11>!t.degrees. the highest of the season. Thursday morning at 7 o'clock the measurements of the Trinity river at 1'alias showed a stage of '«it!.5 feet. Hcnrv A. ('unningham, cashier of the John Deere Plow Co., at Pallas, died Thursay in St. Paul's Sanitar- ium. Win. .T. Bradley. foreman of the Tinners, at work mi the Klk's arch at Pallas, was killed by falling from a scaffold one day recently. The Third Pithed State,- Field Artillery passed through Austin l-'ri- dav. en route from Fort Sam Hous- ton to Chickatnaiign, (la. They are inarching on foot. Miss Mi I'heisott. living near Itas- ca, accidentally shot herself w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 June 1908

^ \ TAR AND m I i wore proposed by the Badger State, but without avail. When Senator Mop- kins of the commltttee remarked that I' was now time to decide whether the convention wished to Indo- the so- cialistlc propoganda of Wisconsin, the projiosals were lost. The anti-Injunction plank, "favor- able to Tuft" was adopted. Serious rumblings wore flnaily ef- fectually squelched regarding the i plank on revision of the tariff, the ob- I jections voiced being to the effect that i there Is question of the constlttiion illty of the provision placing the mat- ter too much In tho hands of the pros Ident, even with the added clnune, ; "under limitations fixed by law." WILLIAM H. TAFT. Chicago, June 20.—Friday Congress- man James S. Sherman, of New York, was chosen as Vice Presidential can- didate and running mate of Secretary William H. Taft. The final session lasted less than two hours, adjourn- ment being taken at 11:47 a. in. The commitee to notify tho candi- dates were officially promulga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 June 1908

1 V( (! ii c( ti 8' c i tl HI 1) D Hf ii el F I! ki 01 d« C( l>i n tl ftj •S1 cl w II 11 o R1 . it ti P P it- si w w tl 1( ci fj a (1 w g _ c< « a o t d ii a a t- c o y p a n 0 1) 0 A Matchless Dress Goods Sale v g * ^ , , Big Line of Odds and Ends in Summer Dress Material at Half Price! j; W Remember, when we say "'Reduced Prices" we mean it, and now is your chance to SAVE BIG MONEY on your Summer Dress Goods buying. 1/ 1 THESE PRICES ARE GOOD FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY. Our entire stock of MILLINERY included in this sale at prices to closc out r K Beginning SATURDAY, JUNE 20, we will offer FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS the following Matchless Prices on our entire stock of Spring and v Summer Dress Materials, to clear our shelves and make ready lor rail Goods. c JJF mo TLJC MCVT TU/n \A/m/t say "MATCHLESS" with a double meaning''^matchless in beauty as well as in price, w f \Jn I Tl L IiLA I I YV WLLIXO We have no pntent on beautiful Dress materials, nor can wc alone make low prices, jjS bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 June 1908

l>r ' V A " Overstocked with Good Things 1 ♦- .v fi Nothirlg fits or holds its shape like a :,"V TS citDCDD ■ • . y SUPERB, and when you dress in a •> ' yon arc ,ust riR"t anc* you give your body the best that money will buy Wv ONE HUNDRED PAIRS OF "HEADLIGHT" OVERALLS!! At SI per pair. You've never treatdd yourself right till you wear just one pair of thdse Overalls. i % ' " ' ' ... M i ■■■■■ .. , . . . „ ■ ^ • X Wc have staeks of New Things in SUPERB CLOTHING, which we must dispose of. Our stock is overflowing with the Very Newest Patterns, and now is the time to SAVE MONEY ON YOUR CLOTHING Prices Gut on Everything SUPERB, yon are just right, and you give your body the best that money \* New Arrivals This Week in AVhite Linens, India Linens, Persian Lawns, Ribbons =Combs, Purses, Soft Shirts, Etc — = OINE MORE WEEK FOR MILLINERY Our Trimmer, MISS FOWLER, leaves us on the first of July, and WE MUST SELL EVERYTHING in this depart ment before that date. Sec our prices in this l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 June 1908

•■ ■ :'V,j ' After snfOrinpr for seven yenrs, this \> oman w us restored tohealth l>.v I.ydln K. PiiiUhain'M Vegetable Compound. lteiitl her letter. Mrs. Sulliii French, of l'auc.iunla, Intl. Ter., writes to iVIrs. l'itikham: " I had female troubles for seven years — was all run-down, and bo ner- vous 1 could not do Anything. The doctors treated me foniifTcrent troubles but did mo no pood. \\ liile In this con- dition 1 wrote to Mrs. Pinkham for ad- vice nnd took I.vdia K. l'inkhani's Vege- table Compound, and 1 aui now strong and well." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. l'ink- hnm's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herhs/has been tho Standard remedy for female ills, nnd lias jxisit ively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera- tion, ilbroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bear- ing-down feeling, flatulency,indiges- tion,dizziness,or nervous prostration. Why don't you try it? Don't he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 June 1908

■me ALUM TO KILL INSECTS. Guaranteed to Drive Away Enemies of Domeatic Peace. Dissolve two pounds of nh-m In throe qunrts of water. Let It remnln over nltcht until all alum In dissolved. Then with u brush, apply boiling hot to joints or crevices In the closet or shehres where croton bugs, ants, cock- roarhea, etc.. Intrude; also joints and crevices of bedsteads, as bedbugs can- not live where this solution Is ap- plied. To keep woolens and furs from moths ,be sure that none are In the article when put away; then take a piece of strong brown paper, with not a holo through which even a pin can enter. Put the article In It with sev- eral lumps of gum camphor between the folds; place this In a closed box. Cover every joint with paper. A piece of cotton cloth, If thick and firm, will an swer. Husslan leather, tobacco leaves, whole cloves, also are used to pre- serve furs or woolens from moths. Mice never get Into trunks or draw- ers where gum camphor is placed. VETERAN OF THREE WARS. A P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 June 1908

. \ . .. .. . ■ ' f' . ■ *!W «- - a** B ■ N*; I 10 ■wife will alwqy.s| keep supplied •with BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT A Positive Cure For Rheumatism, Cuts, Old Sores, Sprains, Wounds, Si iff Joints, Corn:,, bunion.- and till ills. SHE KNOWS. Mrs. C. II. Jtunyon. Rtan- borrr, Mo. writm*: I hnvo usedSnow Liniment and can't nay ohouk'i lor it, for liliou- lnalisin and all pains. It is tho inoBl. useful nu diciuo to bavo in the house." Three Sizes 25c, SOc, $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, MO., Sold and Recommended by J.1-. .ALLUA that the Republican part}' cx- pects to make it warm for the southern Democrats in case the Republican part}' is suc- cessful in the November elec- tions. Congressman Sherman was the floor leader in con- gress for Speaker Cannon of the lower house and is otic of those who beleive in cutting down democratic representa- tion from the south. I'ow citizens of the smith can cast i vote for the republican tick- et in this election is beyond the ken of mortal ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 July 1908

— ' , a'.-?) Cbc Hlto Herald Krtli'rrd Jcinmuvu M* l. nl I IK-, idlo. Tcxa I'ostoffkY. dsSwor'k iiinn "lull M.illcr A< t cMjiwrr** Morrli^. iH7tl YOI.I'MK \ III Al/ro, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JIXY 3, 1908. Numhkr ;}c i v*J> GREATEST CURE FOR COUGHS"" COLD8 KING'S NEW DISCOVERT GUARANTEED CURE FOR Croup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, La Grippe, Quinsy, Hoarseness, Hemorrhage of the Lungs, Weakness of the Lungs, Asthma and all diseases of THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST PREVENTS PNEUMONIA Eleven years ago Dr. King's New Discovery permanently cured me of a severe and dangerous throat and lung trouble, and I've been a well man ever since.—G. O. Floyd, Merchant, Kershaw, S. C. r Mr, Jesse Hill. .^RICE SOO AMD Sf.OO SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY ALU DE: A L E R S Vote for the Amendment :rePresentatives to work for them iii a practical way L'ufkin New£: Tlie newspapers of Texas' are working faithfully to im- prove the educational advan- tages of the country children. 1 lie conference for education in Texas st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 July 1908

mm 8^NPr 1< It' THE ALTO HERALD I ' T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. Crr:: —: ATiTO. TF.X.VS c Man-liiKc In a failure- only when ono or both parties to II are failures. A man win quit any job ho holds whenever h<> fools like it, except being married. Wo seem to bo on tlu* verge of im- portant discoveries in navigation among the clouds. The trouble Willi the average man Is ho knows how to run every man's business but his own. Evidently nature'!* scheme l<> save the alligator by making It both un- assuming ami repulsive is a failure. FOUR DEAD; MANY LOST INHABITANTS CARRIED AWAY HOUSES WHILE ASLEEP. IN GREAT DAMAGE TO RAILWAYS The man who swallowed a cheipio for $150 must have some personal knowledge of undigested securities. France, as Its families grow small- er, looks with increasing pleasure on a partnership with li Dull. old enemy, John It Is proposed to boost the pay of the kaiser without first advertising to see if any one will take the job for less mono} Prof. Lowell,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 July 1908

-,y i r A GROVER CLEVELAND IS AT REST EPITOMIZED LIFE OF GROVER CLEVELAND. The following; is n summary of the life of Orover Cleveland: Born In Caldwell, Essex County, N. J., March 18, 1837. Received an acedemlc education at Fayottevllle and Clinton, the latter lu Oneida Con-'v, N Father died In 1853 and he went to New York and was bookkeeper and teacher In Institute for blind. Moved to Buffalo In 1855. Became clerk In a law office and was admitted to the bar In 1859. Assistant District Attorney of Erie County 1863-18GC. Sheriff Erie county 1870 1874. Elected mayor of Buffalo In 1881. Elooted governor of New York the following year. Elected President United States In 1884. Broke all records in vetoing 115 out of 987 bills. Married Frances Folsom In the White House June 2, 188C. During his term Washington, Mon- tana, North Dakota and South Dakota were admitted to statehood. Was nominee for same office In 1888, but was defeated by Benjamin Harrison. Again elected president in 1892. Se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 July 1908

>u si ■mw *flr m^erfm y hjui~ j. .„ f-i1 ■" . .- ■■'.>. J- i ■ ■ -1 ■ ! n 4 * 4 A Matchless Dress Goods Sale R Beginning SATURDAY, JUNE 20, wc will offer FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS the following Matchless Prices on our entire stock of Spring and C Summer Dress Materials, to clear our shelves and make ready for Fall Goods. We r/ j-f r"/"\D | l_| IZ" ftirVT T"\A/0 \A/|-[-l/\ say "MATCHLESS" with a double nitaning/^matchless in be«u4y as well as in price, w 7L I \/ || I ML 11 L# \ I I ww VJ W LLlxO We have no pntent on beautiful Dress materials, nor can wc alone make low prices, i\ but considering styles, pualities and the following low prices, our Dress Goods Line v M stands in a class by itself. Read these prices carefully, and avail yourselves ol this opportunity 1o buy your Dress Goods at greatly reduced prices. V \ All 25 cent Linens, Silk Ginghams and Suitings at Special Sale Pricc of 20 cents per yard , All 20c Wash Fabrics in Suitings, Fancy Ginghams, Linen Crashes, Duck Piqu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 July 1908

We have stacks of New Things in SUPERB CLOTHING, which we must dispose of. Our stock is overflowing with the Very Newest Patterns, and now is the time to SAVE MONEY ON YOUR CLOTHING Ps ik/Ovi Gut 0*1 vorylhin^ cup-"?, msfr ii°us m s^pe n,re ci TDrDD • . ~ oUrckb, .aiid .when you dress in bUrLKb, yon are just right, and you give ypur body the best that money will buy . * :;v New Arrivals This Week in White Linens, India Linens, Persian Lawns, ifibbers ■= =Combs, Parses, Soft Shirts, Etc— E HUNDRED PAIRS OE "HEADLIGHT" OVERAL, O 5 v t At SI per pair. You've never trcatdd yourself right til! you wear just one pair of thd.se Overvl ' . w * .V ONE MORE WEEK FOR MILLiNERY Our rrimmer, MISS FOWLER, leaves us on the firsi of Juiy, and WE MUST SELL EVERYTHING in this depart' {," ment before th^t date. See our prices in this line. NEW WILSON SEWING MACHINES AGAIN'-^Just the same old reliable Machine on 30 days trial free. Try one, (v? „ , , ALEXANDER & KINGK '* .rkt.'k? -iy A?***. • *y.?S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 July 1908

«f§r y WHERE SHE HAD THE BULGE. I \ i-Jm Telephone Girl's Great Opportunity to Get Gloriously Even. "You know that red-headed cashier Kiat hud the nerve to compPaln of me to the boss the other day," Bald tho girl at the telephone desk, to a New York Times writer. "Well, 1 not even with him, all riKht. lie ain't married, but he's got a best girl. HIh father owns a slioe factory over In Jersey, and rich—my! Well, bIio called him up the other afternoon a1, her usual time. 'Is Mr. Smith there*' shu asks, In her most romantlcklst voice. 'Yes,' I answers, Jusl ns boneyllko ns she. 'It's his wife wants him, Isn't It?' With that Miss Girl hung up with such a Jerk my ear hurt. Smith goes around wondering why she floes not call him up. Every time ho dares lie gays to me: 'Mas any one called mo on the 'phone, Miss Mmlt?' And 1 look as In- nocent as a kid and shake my head 'No.' 1 tell you, us telephone girls can turn 'Joy to the Bride' Into 'Notli- In' Doin'' any time wo please. Me for Us." SU...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 July 1908

•■yjfflm If U NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS A test of the first <nr nhlp built tor the government is to be made by Captain T. A. Ualriwln, July 10, at Fort Wayne, Ind. Henry A. Cunningham, cashier ot the John Deere Flow Co., at Dallas, died Thursday In St. Paul's Sanitarium at that place. Leon Godrnan, a traveling salesman of San Antonio had both his legs cut oft Tuesday by falling beneath a mov- ing train. He will die. It is understood that the Katy shops over the entire system will be opened Monday. The Denison shops have be. n closed since May 15. At Hemphill, Tuesday night, the Jailer was overpowered and six negroes taken from prison by a mob of over j 200 white citizens, and ha.igod t*> a tree. Secretary K. N'. Daniel of the Husi ness Club is in correspondence with George C. Hanford at Carbondale, 111 on the subject of a packing house for San Angclo. Saturday evening Tom Harris was going home from Athens when his if am ran away, threw his son, Tillman Harris, out of the wagon agai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 July 1908

w stfw I I' I ) mim, -s i i— ls5i' m> pi!' V ' z- Sol ? V •• ' r y N, v* * ' v r«as-i — - // i vvr £ • ^ i $S3 ^ ' >• r\ "* I . i 11 \ SUi f r-'Ml *>r; .- )V'/ •■; .fr «rfWtflE5?5| ir;0'. j!cl Vf . s, < • I ■• ■& mln r mm: DON'T if to ' ■• mlncrnlil % v. ,> ..i L-: Iv cured Liniment Co. i ;:ssouri. .01 us, . *s-i. rcrX-*ti iM .vjatrT in'- gtlii ard !? romrtiC-rid'.d bv ,F. AI.U'X The Corn Crop The papers <>f the eastern south have entered upon at campaign to induce their peo- ple to raise more corn. While! this campaign may he a trifle | unreasonable, yet tlie idea is a .rood one. There was never vet any section that raised too1 much cf'rn There was never i stiVplfs's of corn in the' world's history, and it is prob- I tble that there never will be, j i'or the corn and the hog 'make a product that is in de- nand at good prices at all imes. 'JVnus raises i v>,oot ,-1 k i bushels of I'iin annually I icc-rding to the Houston' Host1 .ml if it did th it is not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 July 1908

V S my fff^^yjggwyw 'TJ J .'•- >;.v a- ■I :# * M *| Vol.I'M K VIII Cbc Hlto IHerald. I'nti-rrd loniuiry,. n.'l""i, nl live Alio, TV'xn i\\\to>flk« dsSOOMWi ••>• mil. i A. I ol rinr< h ir.M ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY , JI LY io, top8. Numuhr 3' KING OF ALL THROAT & LUNG REMEDIES 9 'Vf* DR. mvs 1EW DISCOVERY QUICKEST, SAFEST# SUREST COUGH and COLD CURE AND HEALER OF ALI, DISEASES OF LUNGS. TI-JROAT AND CHEST OURED BY HALF A BOTTLE Half a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery cured me ot tlie worst cold and cough I ever bad. - J. R. Pitt, Rocky Mount, if. C. PRICE 6O0 SOLD AND OUARANTEED BY i ALL. DbALERS AND 8I.OO Secretary Wilsou lias put Competent nifcn at work for standardization of cotton ac- cording to a bill of which Con- gressman Burleson of Texas is author. Mr. Wilson <vill seek recognized experts in the classification of cotton who will readily comprehend the law providing for tlie nine grades, four above and four below tl: basU. and middling grade. Mr. Bnrlesou said...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 July 1908

f { . r*y I I I THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. MINERS GO ON STRIKE ALTO, - A rich man Is one that dresses well as his wife does. , ^ strike declared to secure ihxas increased wagi-s. The 11 London gas cotn|"inl« «i p- ply among them 4li,40.".,852,000 cubic feet of gas to 1,101,896 consumeis. King Kdward is not as deeply Inter- ested In advancing the cause of democ- racy as some of his radical friends. If the Florida had any personal feel- ings. she couldn't help wondering now what the navy department has against her. Taking charge of him so late In life, it is hard for the American woman to train the continental husband to her liking. World-circling autornoblllsts are making the discovery that repair shops do not line the way through the wilds of Siberia. Still, some persons might think that after a man had been fed on sour milk for a month he would be mad enough to fight anybody. It will only cost two cents to send a letter to Great Hrltain in the fall. People about to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 July 1908

f * / f CONVENTION IS OPENED Proceedings of the First Day in the Great National Gathering of the Democrats at Denver---City Elaborately Decorated in Their Honor m i. % i I these streets tho poles were draped with red, white utid blue buutlnti Wires were stretched across the street from these poles and frora each wire two American Hags were suspended. The flags hung over tho street, and were "weighted" to prevent them from becoming tangled and torn by the wind. On Seventeenth street the scheme was the same, except there were only six poles to each block, two 4' each corner and two at each alle> At each crossing two wires were strung diagonally across the Intersec- tion. from which red. white and'blue Incandescent lights hung. The bust ness homes along the three streets were handsomely decorated with bunting and flags. Elaborate and cost- ly electric display signs had been put in place on the buildings, and at night Fifteenth, Sixteenth and Seven- teenth streets were a blazo of lig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 July 1908

.—W.11 . il j i i TIIK ALTO HETtALD M5CLURE & M'CLURE EDITORS AND PUBLISHES* ADVERTISING RATfS, Locai. Ri-:ai>kks Five cents per line each insertion. Notices of en- tertainments for charitable pur- pos«ti, where an admission fee is charged, hnlf price. Resolutions pt respect, cards of thanks, etc., half price. Obituaries over 100 vvords in length, half a ppnt n word for the cxtx-ns, poetry 5c a line, Rates for display ^advertising piyen 011 application. SUCSCRIPTION RATES One Year $ 1 00 Six Months 50 tyMiree Months 25 All subscriptions arc payable in advnnce. No name will be put 011 the hooks until paid for. ANOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENT FEES. Announcement tt « s payable strictly 111 advance—no 1 <a.vptions. Congress . . • ... $15 00 District io 00 County . . . • . , 5 00 J'reoincl ... , 2 50 The following :nv announced ubject to the Denmcratic prima- ries; For Congress -Second District Martin Dies S. B. Cooper For Judge Second Judicial District C. D. Mints Of Nacogdoches Cou...

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