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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 July 1908

11 m4P \ \' /\ *«:® ;.:;#:vyi^*$? %ii.t -S m Reductions in trantnini! Beginninp Saturday. July 1 J Prices on our DR,Y GOODS will be reduced to the de* 2 '—± demand of your pockef feook. Our slock is more com- plete than ever with THE VERY CHOICEST OF MERCHANDISE, and we invite you to visit our store on this day, and see what we ard going to offer yoy. Our entire stock of Prints, all standard goods at 6c AH 25 and 30c Lawns and Wash Goods at 20c All 16 and \1\ Lawns and Wash Goods at 12'e A1 10 and 12k Lawns and White Goods at 8c All 6 and 7c Lawns and White Goods at 5o lothinc at Two-Thirds Price are st'" ovcrstock«d with "Superb" glothing S T-^ and wc can fit you in the newest, and with this stock of goods, at such prices wc are g'v ng You' mfiuis dollars to you. KNOXALL SHIRTS - The kind that fit—our fall line is here, and wc are showing some very neat patterns Swann Hats^0 art*ivc tod-.iy. We are showing !h: nobbiest line of HATS to be had. We — will have lust what you want in Hj...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 July 1908

. -■ ■ *t-4* +.*Kr v ii W*'**«* •' ■ --jfc-'-W- . '■' Win ftPP—1—"* I i' the week's epitome A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR' TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. Wllbcr F. Parker of St. l.ouis, a prominent man anil mt*mt < r of many fraternal organizations, committed suicide In that city Wednesday. I/ast month broke all records in the municipal marriage iiconsc bureau of New York. Four thousand four hun- dred and seventy six permits were is- sued. The Houston and Texas Central shops at Kiwis resumed operations Monday morning and it is understood thej will be run niue horn's a day. nix days a week. Leon de I.agi'aiigo, the famous French aeronaut, whose lung distance aeroplane flights have attracted world wide attention will come to America about Aug. 20. Mail advices from Japan state that 1000 members of the Pro-Japanese so- ciety in Korea have be n killed by Korean insurgents who are fig...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 July 1908

% '/A- U4 vl E I ■Clinton. Minn., was struck by a tor Tdo Saturday ami six persona Killed. A elawh Is threatened between (!.'i ian.v and Franco ov-r the Moroccan (situation. Chas. B. I'earce, nn old citizen of aco, claims to be an heir to the priuger estate, estimated at $30,00 ). #00. At Marshall Saturday W. F. Heiii- aann shot his wife and himself, fain- trouble being the cause of the trag dy. Dr. K. Champion of Paduah, Ky., has Keen convicted and sentenced to one (rear In prison on a charge of night rid ling. A test of the first sir ship buili for the government is to 60 made by I Captain T. A. Baldwin, July IS, at Fort : Wayne, Ind. I Assistant Health Officer Winn of I'St. l.ouis claims to have discovered a plan by which he proposes to rid the city of rats. At Wakefield, Wednesday, Edni Abbott, a lU-year-old girl, was assault- ed by two negroes and is reported to be in a serious condition. Carry Nation, the hatchet wielder, has declared against the directolro gown. Carry threate...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 July 1908

m --1- 1 - 91 I ! I I I I & >A ccirefui 1 _ wife will always keep .supplied BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT A Positive Cure For Rheumatism, Cuts, Old Sores, Sprains, Wounds, Stiff Joints, Corns, Bunions and ali lib, SHE KNOWS. Mrs. C. H. Butiyon, Stan- berry, Mo. writ,en: I have UHoclSnow .Liniment,and can't say enonjrh for if, for Jthou- lnatisin and all pulift. It is the most useful medicine to have in the house." Three Sizes 25c, SOc, $1.00 Baliard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, MO., Sold and Recommended by J.F. AIJJV.N Bull to the Rescuo A short time ago some men were engaged in putting up telegraph poles on some land belonging to an old farmer who disliked seeing hi? w heat trampled down. The men produced a paper by which said they had leave to put the poles where they pleased. The old farmer went back and tunica a iarge bull in the held. The savage leistmade alter the men, and the old farmer, seeing them running from the field, shouted at the top of his v ice. ''Show him the pape...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 July 1908

-Jp :^r ►. 3, ,v Zbc Blto Herald. Knlrrml jamio'rVMX, I'XT I, at I he Alio, Texo Pcfstoffkv a*^ccc*l«fciiisv ■'inn Matter '> t of Ovuirrss- Morrh .1. 1870 Volume VIII ALTO; TEXAS, FRIDAY, JI T Y 17, 190H. Number 3? THE KIRS OF CURES DR. KINO'S NEW DISCOVERY FOR COUGHS and COLDS. FOR WEAK, SORE LUtyGS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, HEMORRHAGES and All THROAT and LUNG DISEASES. PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I regard Dr. King's Nov Discovery as the grandest medicine of modern time*. One,vbottle completely cured me of • very bad cough, which was steadily growing worse under other treatment*. EARL SHAMMJRO, Codell, Kas. PRICE BOo and £/.'&> 3 SOIB AND GUARANTEED BY C. ALL. D fc A l_ E R S FOUR YEAR TFRMS OF OFFICE. The Charleston News and Courier rather approves the suggeStio'ff of one of its South Carolina contemporaries that the terms of Strife officers be increased to four years. The four-year term has riitl&h to commend it everywhere,, and very likely most of the £taf£s will adopt it in tim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 July 1908

1 MS M / t « - ' * THE ALTO HERALD SITUATION GROWS BAD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO. TEXAS HONDURAS GOVERNMENT ACED FROM BORDER. MEN- The Cheap Show Evil. The action of the council last night In refusing to renew a license for a ! moving picture show of which serious complaints had been made proves that j the aldermen have the proper view of j this subject, asserts the Duluth j (Minn.) Evening Herald. The cheap! shows which have swarmed into all cities in the past few years have glven rise to considerable annoyance j and have caused city authorities more trouble than they are worth. As u j rule they are located in cheap, flimsy buildings, where there is great danger ! of fire, and even greater danger of1 panic In case of false alarms of fire Exits are few and difficult and flre pro > tectlon inadequate. Besides, there it a constant temptation to stimulate in terest in these afTairs by the Introduc- tion of obscene pictures, and the ex- pectation of this draws a very undesir- a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 July 1908

' f f V*"" ' Si gVOV/V % ^ g ☆ W qJ. BRYAN o° w kzrn BRYAN AND KERN IS DEMOCRATIC TICKET Delegates to the Denver Convention Complete Their Task Scenes of Tremendous Enthusiasm When Name of Ne- braskan Is Presented—John Worth Kern of Indiana Choice for Vice-President. Denver, Col.—In the early morning hours of Friday William Jennings Bryan was nominated for the presi- dency by the Democratic national con- vention. Only one ballot was neces- sary, the Nebraskan having an over- whelming majority of the votes. Tired as they were, the delegates and spectators greeted the result of the ballot with roars of applause, and marched about the hall cheering and elnglng. The nomination was made unani- mous. The vote by states follows: Brraa. Johaaaa. Gray. Alamaba 32 Arkaaau 18 •• California So •• Colorado 10 . . . • Conaaetlcut 8 B .. Dolawara .. A Florida 10 Oeorarta 4 1 30 Idaho 0 .. .. Illlaola 54 .. Indiana SO .. i. Iowa 2d ., .. Kaaaaa 20 .. •• Kentucky 38 •• l.oulalaaa IH .. .. Maine *10 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 July 1908

m / rrmi TiHP" ■1 . wSSm Wtmrnmi"*-- \^Z.. 5 ■ re tiie alto herald |y1«CLURE & M?CLURE EDITORS fND PUBLI3MC55 /VRVERTISIN6 RATES. Local Rkaijkrs—Five cents per line each insertion. Notices of en- tertainments for charitable pur- poses, where an admission fee is rh^rg^t}| ht}lf price. Resolutions pi rpspeet, cards of thanks, etc., half price. Obituaries over 100 yvords in length, half a cent a word for the excess; poetry 5c a line. Kates for display advertising give!} pn application 8UGS6RIPTI0N RATES One Year $1 00 8ix Months 5° Three Months 25 ^11 subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put on the books until paid for. ANOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENT FEES. Announcement tees payable strictly in advance—no exceptions. Congress . . . • ..... $15 00 District , . , 10 00 County , . . • 5 00 J'recinct 2 50 The following are announced ubject to the Democratic prima- ries: };or Congress—Second District Martin Dies S. C. Cooper For Judge Second Judicial District C. 1). Minis Of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 July 1908

Mmnefaaj'' ' * 9 ;<> j«i^a.i i VMWP ], I i ILL * in Everuilii! Beginning Saturday. July \ \ ^rlc*s fur $R'¥ Goods will be rcduced to the 4c ^ 2 —- demand of your po^et book. Qur stock is more conv plete than ever with THE VERY CHOICEST OF MERCHANDISE, and we invite you to visit our store on this day, and see what we ard going to offer you. Qur entire stack of Prints, all standard goods at 6c AH 25 and 3Qg Lawns mi Wash Goods at 20c All 16 and 17! Lawns and W^sh Goods at 121c A! 10 and 121c Lawns an4 White Goods at 8g AH 4 and 7c Lawns and Whit? Goods at 5o Clothing at Two-Thirds Price Wc are ,til] ovcrstocked witu "superb" glothing . _ ' ^ and w« can fit you in the newest, and with this stock of goods, at such prices as we are giving you, it means dollars to you. KNOXALL SHIRTS The kind that fit—our fall line is here, and we are showing some very neat patterns Swann Hats^0 arr've today. We are showing the nobbiest line of HATS to be had. Wc =========== will have lust what you ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 July 1908

nj _ y "T- . ' ' - ' ■: • carnegie's RIVAL. ■h' The eleventh annual session of the Farmers' Congress iH In session at Col lege rft a Hon. Ah a result of Monday's flood at a resume of the most impor- Uneoln. Neb., th- bodies of -seven -a V-T^y tant news at home and victims have been recover. I. j?? /Ill I \ r ABROAD. i Joe Class, aged C years, was arci dentally shot and killed at Dodge Sat unlay by Alfred l>i\on, Ills uncle. August Duerr of Dallas employed by the rlater Tobacco Company killed himself Tuesday by taking strychnine. Miss Theodora Becker, of New ^ork, lias opened the first stock brokers office ever run by u w man in America . . V|.. 1 The oil well brought in on the Put M. D. Preston, who Is serving a . h ■•iriiinr nhilanthro—what „ ,, ( olllns ease, at Corsicana, Is oeins, eguiai pniianunu twenty-five year sentence in the Neva .. baled and gives promise of bt Ihk a good producer. Jack Alden, 2:: years of ago, was ( rushed to death in a gravel pit In THE WEEK'S EPifOME...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 July 1908

TASTY MEAT DISHES PROOF FOR TWO CENT8. / | VARIOUS WAYS IN WHICH TO SERVE MUTTON. Sliced and Broiled, with Currant Jelly —To Barbecue a Roa t—Mutton Haricot—Utilize the Cold Meat In Pasties. Broiled Sliced Mutton.—Cut from the best part of cold mutton as many thick slices as will bo needed. Mix to- gether two tablespoons of currant Jelly, ono tablespoon of vinegar, one tablespoonful of the stock gravy, one tablespoon of finely chopped onion, two cloves, and half a bay leaf. Sim- mer for flvo minutes. Set aside, and when cool dip each slice In It and lay on a plattor, pouring over all any stjr- plus liquid. Turn several tJmes In the course of the morning. Just bo- fore lunch drain the sliced meat, dip In melted butter, and broil slightly. To Barbecue a Roast of Mutton.— Mix a level teaspoonful of dry mus tard, a dash of cayenne, and a half teaspoonful of salt; work to a smooth paste with one-third of a cupful of vinegar, add to this one tablespoonful of Worcestershire sauce, ono tabl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 July 1908

v.?£; • if, A- -r , im V/omen ierer^ .Should U56 DON'T let yournelf to bo miserable. Why Bailor from kovito head- aches, have fainting epolis Bird , lio fretful'/ Your liver ffeetft? ■>,Ujnliou. Try, Herbine the great, liver ^'(jutator. URRS Crmstipatioji, Bilious- ness, Chills am! l-ever anil all Liver Complaints. Mrs. F.. O. Morrison, Hous- ton, Tex is. writes: "I have Buffered for yeurs from severe If reaches, dizziness and Tainting spells. T r.:e',iiy< d 110relief until I tried llerhfuD. and was completely cured. I uso it always." — PRICH 50c. — Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, • MISSOURI. Sold and Recommended by J.F. ALLEN HIS NOTION OF EQUAL BASIS .Farmer Ransom Played No Favorites Whare Work Was Concerned, V*f Men Were Scarce. ' There wits only one tlung in the 'world of which Kben Hansom thor- oughly approved; that was hard, steady work. *'I hope," said the ,ti)rilanthropic spinster who was lejiending a fortnight at the liansom luim, "f do hope, .Mr. Ransom, thdt y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 July 1908

vl^L. tr I I >'P 12 I (Lbc Blto IHerald* Cntorrd JanuarvMS.'iBUi.ot I ho Alio, TVxo iMsloffkc <wStftottfK:iu<.v .-i«ii nmtcr Act of Omorr.vv March J. is/'j Volume VIII ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY igo8. NuilBF.ft j K * % Grand clearance sale ot A11 summer Goods k * k " / ' £ O * 7 wr^A4"*c> ^ *AV* '-'WJiiiiuvx v- vuuo ^ store at Prices Less Than Wholesale Cost. I can easily afford to do this, as I purchased the Jv ^ Summers & Musick stock at more than 25 per cent otf wholesale prices, and any one can readily see that I ^ w can sell these goods at less figures than wholesale cost, and still come out wholes I am giving the buyer the \ benefit of this 25 per cent discount from wholesale cost, and in many cases will sell even lower than this dt .«£ One lot Men's $3 50 Shoes for, $2 50 J I 50 Men's Shoes for 2 00 2 00 Ladies' Shoes for „ 1 50 *A 1 50 Ladies' Shoes for 1 00 \ Odds and ends at your own pri^c A 1000 yds \2x/t and 10c Figured Lawns at 7r.r Standard Calicoes 5'ic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 July 1908

■Ii>nnim—.'wn'i 'I'f g "••• ® #r-- .... • iu. THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, TEXAS i The shallowest person Is often the deepest In debt. The child who is as sharp as a razor usually needs strapping. Canada waters yielded last year about 20,000,000 lobsters, half of which were canned. Vienna has 32,000 street beggars, and many of them make a better living than workmen. There's compensation in the fact that the less you know, the more you think you know. ! If this pension legislation is car- ried out in England and Australia, old age will have its compensations. A man isn't necessarily on the downward path because he can trace his descent for many generations. Some people are born great, some achieve greatness, and some manage to dodge it by means of an anti-fat remedy. What though meats be high? Aren't there 734,000,000 bushels of wheat In sight, not to mention a billion bush- els of oats? Woman has two souls, according to G. Stanley Hall. Poor woman! Man has tro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 July 1908

jpL_ mi MK. * THE WEEK'S EPITOME . 1 * I 1 A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. J. A. Dunlfer, a Katy brakeman, was killed Friday In a railway acci- dent. At San Antonio Monday Walter Duke shot and killed Walter Evers, as a result of a quarrel. Duke used a double-barrel shotgun. P. O. DeJennett of Greenville was 8i."uc-k Monday at Dallas by a street car which jumped tho track and re- coiveil n fractured thigh. John J. Taylor, for many years a resident of Dallas, died Wednesday at the home of his parents In Providence, R. I. He was only 20 years of uge. Leslie Cloff, a rubber stamp dealer, of Law; on. Okla., Wednesday, re- ceived notification from Michigan that the *50,000 estate which had been left to the Spiritualist Church by the will of his father had been awarded to him. The Hill County Record, a weekly newspaper published at Hlllsl>oro. In Its Issue ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 July 1908

;:¥ - V / . * ■ wB9«^gegBB*aMS nmwi* -apiR JflMfe 1!' ' '' ' '" TIIE ALTO HERALD «• « *. *i *■•■ ■ , .i. -i. ii. .- M?CLURE & M?CLURE EDITORS AND l-UBLISHESS ADVERTISING RATFS, I^ocAT, Rkadkrs—Five cents per Ijiie 6'atfJj insertion. Notices of en- tertainments for charitable pur- poses, where an admission fee is charged, half price. Resolutions ot respect, cards of thanks, etc., half price. Obitupries over 100 \VOrds in length, half a cent a word for the excess; poetry 5c a line. Rates for display advertising given on application. / SUCSCRIPTION RATES pne Year ..... . . . $1 00 fciix Months ........ 50 'Xhrei' youths , 25 All subscriptions are payable in ' advance. No name will be put bn the books until paid for. ANNOUNCEMENTS announcement fee®. Announcement fees payable strictly ' in advance—110 exceptions. Pongress , . . • $15 00 pistrict 10 00 County . . . • 5 00 Precinct 2 50 The following are announced tibject to the Democratic prima- ries: For Congress—Second District Mart...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 July 1908

AN EXPERIMENT! When You Examine Into the Merits °our Merchandise You can very easily discern their superiority. Our Merchandise is not excelled for the money, and it will pay the investigator, Our business is honestf and our business methods are honest, and when you exchange your hard earned dollars for our goods you get an honest deal K \ _ . ^ ..All Summer Goods at Reduced Prices.. \ Take a look at these, and see what bargains we are offering 75 PIECES PRINTS—ALL NEW TO GO AT 6C 500 Doz. Willimantic 6-Cord Thread AT ONLY 4c * We have everything else in Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware at as low prices Jy New Wilson Sewing Machine The kind your mother used—the Macqine that V " ■ ^ oou don't have to spend three or four dollars f* every month or two to keep in repair. Take one on trial, and see for yourself what we are talking W Our stock is full of good things, and wc will expect you to give us a trial with your next bill " F ALEXANDER <&. KING* i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 July 1908

•m / - BMP ~m:n k i j V 41 tic Habitual Constipation May bcpemaw 4 ou'i'coroehy proper personal efforts wttKlKc assistance of I he oth truly ijenejtctal Wative remedy, Syruj> of Jigs on JKluWojSc* na, wKich enablvf. one io form regular Kobitj, daily so 1 licit assistance to na lure may be gradually diityonscclwrth VkKch no longer neetier} as tKe l>e.stof remedies,when required, arc to assist Ixature and not to supplant tKe hatur. ol functions, vliiclt must depend ulti matcly upon proper nourisliwent, properefjovts,andright living feentrally. To get its beneficial effects, always buy tKe genuine Sy ixir°fSenna *narmfactM*-<*ci by tiie California Fig Syrup Co. only SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS ©tiesue only, regular price 50$ |>vr Bottle Lim Worn-e&J/formers Jy Opie Tie ad SWEET THINGS. Maude—How do I look in the water, dear? Mabelle—Best ever—when your fig- ure is totally immersed. Swadeshi. In the sense In which Sir William Harcourt remarked "We are all social- ists ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 July 1908

I BALKED ON ITEMS ONCE THAT MR. TIGHTWAD GAVE UP GRACEFULLY. Recitation of Detail* That Threatened to Run Into Something Like Three-Volume Novel Too Much for Him. "You know blamed well that when you want any money all you have to do in to ask me for It," ald the mar rled man with some heat. "My dear!" said his wife. "You can say 'my dear' as much as you like, but you can't deny It. Will you tell me of any time I have refused you?" "I think I could tell you of a num- ber of times that you have," said his wife. "Don't you remember—" "I suppose you are going to say that in 1868, on June 17, at 7:32 p. m wouldn't let you have ten cents that you needed. You're great on ringing up dates on a man. No, I don't re member, and you don't remember, either. If you didn't get what you wanted it was because I didn't have it." "That's just like a man. In the first place, we wern't married in June 1868. I wasn't born then, so It Jan't very likely that I would be asking you for money. In the second p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 July 1908

w ,/ - <rrfr". - ' „-,r -.. . m m * <1 « n b u 8 a l> 0 ■ t: c a t r B a ( n r r r 1 a Hi fl h «, n I n (1 H il 0 a n l> ii a b li n f 1 ( l. c a & A careful ■wife will always keep Lsu^plied 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. H. Runyon, Stan- borry, Mo, writes: I have usodBnow Llriimontand can't say oiioukIi fur it, fur Rheu- matism and nil pains. It is tho most useful medicine to Lave in the houso." Three Sizes 25c, 50c, $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, MO., Sold and Recommended by J.F. ALLliN A great many people are sitting up of nights cursing the tax laws of the state who couldn't tell you to save their live? jvlnt the la'vs are or what in them they are object- ing to. It is a habit with many people to curse any kind of a "tax law, and that is what is being done in this instance, and some of the people who are loudest in their condemna- t...

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