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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 August 1908

j Hjjjv" / A / V * wan H rV«— | k n vT,,. * £3 tS ">> R'>, ir, -j u > I * ra ,/• vWI'^PJa^!—il'l, Ifl .V Bipp>r f £ ^ O 'La KJk s w aser .i The election is over, and SWANN -ATS ran so far :tlv . 1 .1 '•. .? lh.it Ihey were clcctcd a being the NEWEST, NOBBIEST and BEST LINE on the .. ;. Vixen you sec this season':; line of Swarm Hats you'll be sorry that you haven't t . ■• them before, but it's never t«. o late to mend. Buy a SWANN now, just by way of eo ;->p.>r' ,.n, and then we'il h-;\e your Hat business. Our line is full of everything in New S'np Jus-' ' t us show you what you v.ant, for less money than our competitors NOT! C.w II O I ODt- Clci/v A a r a b r% r rj ■Lm 4 ^ JH 2 ^ LJ EL I u £./ •^v C; •5 • r. Ti. ii >\ v v<;-. i] v m | Local Happenings Phonu Mike for what U need. Will Williams went up to Dallas Sunday. Go to Alexander & King for a lieatlierbloom skirt. All kinds cold drinks at Jim Berryman's iee house. W. T. Norman was down from Rusk T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 August 1908

, '•* v •>. '► -r ' .X • i?.T •'*.' 7'Tit,-.1 t-fef-V*'w<f _ - CJfc JOHN nCNDY ON THE DARN STORMEDS BV GEO. V. HOBART, ("HUGH M'HUGH.") Hear Hunch: Still in the ring at the S-tpoonsbury Commercial house, an<1 tioro's some of the dope tho near- actors of the "Bandit's Itrido Com- pany" handed out Inst night. I tell you. Mike." the Juvenile Mid, "I'm too doticate for this one night stand Rag. I'm going to New York and build a theater." What with?" sneered l«ow Comedy. "With n reporter I know on one of tho papers." tho Juvenile chuckled. "Say. what was the name of that town we played night before last?" Murphy's l.anding, wasn't it?" Mi lie answered. ! guess that's right, because Mur- phy lauded on me good and hard," tlw Juvenile said. "Remember those jure while doorknobs we ate for tireakfast next morning? The waitress "Not a Cookie in the Lunch Basket." said they were hot biscuits, but 1 had to eat mine with a nut-cracker. I've got It in my pantry yet, and every time I walk ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 August 1908

■±'> Wt a CHIV ALRY OF TODAY OLD FASHION HAS GIVEN PLACE TO NEW. Elaborate Complimenti Now Seldom Exchanged Between the Sexea— Men and Maiden* More Than Ever Truly Companions. To day I ho young man of fashion marries the pirl with whom he has ridden, rowed, climbed, fished, hunted, played tenuis and golf. He knows she's a good sport anil the finest girl In the world, but if he ever thought her a saint, that idea is knocked one of his head long before the wedding day. He doesn't boost her by the elbow over every rock, because he knows she can climb better than he can. He doesn't gallantly give her points in games, be cause he knows (hat if he does, she'll beat him And so it is with the women in the professions, In the arts and in busi- ness. There they meet men as fellow- workers, Just as the more Idle women meet them as fellow athletes. They are drawn together by common infer cats, and In the cases where love and marriage result the common Interests remain and form a serviceable ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 August 1908

V/orrsen I juffereiv: iisliould use DON'T let yorr-.olf to bo mlsorrblo. "Vv'li.v sutiVr fromsevoro ii> aclies, have fainting bi•• •!l-- and >i« fretful? Your Jiwr n< mis attoui ion. Try l:erbine (In.) gnat liver regulator. CrllkriS Cnnstipaj'of!, i ;nous- j ness, Chills atu! Fever a;;U all Liver Complaints. Mrs. K. 0. Morrison, TToiirs- ton, Toxas. v riten: "I have Hiiffor« (l f.iryonTK from scvero headache.-*, diMlhcKN and ftti tiling ?• pel Is, I received no relief until i tried Horbino, and v.'an completely cured. I use ii always." — P!?ICE 50c. — Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS. " MISSOURI. Sold and Recommended by J.F. ALLlvN Be true to your fellownian. He honest with yourself; and vou'll be honest with others; honesty begets hoiiesty. ila\e confidence in your neighbors and associates. Of all crea- tures, the most nauseating are those that are forever parading it, th.it they "have lost confi- dence in the human race." Till: LAZIlisT MAN'JN THK W0RL1) would not be c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 August 1908

tjtJJL*™ \ ' r rl I'nK-rnl iimikirvi.s, I'.KH.nl llv -\ito, Tcxo iVslollkv usScosndQii • loir, nun Htin li .1, 1879 Voi.rMi-: VIII ALTO, TlvXAS, FRIDAY, U"< 'ST .u, 1908. XUMlSP.R j ~i..v l^-^y ,-r^t/«*'X ^o-<i-*.- ' i 5|TU flA^.^^.rA 0,4* Vv r i 1 nt> v>it?ciraiii/ts 0OI6 *31111 OOniinUOS* V! At Robt. Fisher's Big Dry Goods House )*- V , 4 i and attracts the attention of all bargain loving buyers.^The low p :es now being quoted here have never been $ A equalled in Alto^The goods must be closed out, and sacrifices are being made daily to this end..** Come and see % ^ One let Men's S3 50 Shoes for .... *;/ I 50 Men's Shoes for H& 2 CO Ladies' Shoos for J 50 Ladies' Shoes for Odds and ends at your own price S2 50 . 100 .. 150 1 00 yf 1000 yds 12' J and 10c Figured Lawns at 7' ic *2 Standard Calicoes 5'.<c Vt Men's Clothing at from 33 to 50 per ct discount ; Fi le lot Summer Belt Pants >j- 7 $c and SI Seven 3'inch Cain Wagons Sb2 50 Xi FINE LOT MEN'S HATS. \ Men's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 August 1908

:.a : sij- i - mm---'; iaiuia* jb ; THE ALTO HERALD KILLS SON AND DAUGHTER brhi excitement prevails T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. A1/10. ! MAN USES AX TO KILL HIS LOVED I X \S ONES—FATALLY WOUNDS HIMSELF. TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Al Ilcnlon, Wednesday, a fire oc- curred which did damuge to tin' extent of $35,000. It if> estimated that about 0000 pe iplo. attended the eld settler* r>. union at MeKinney Thursday, the scond day id' the occwion Miss Winie Hoffman, who lived sit Ijfikemm. near llilisboro, while starting a lire with Kerosene receiv- ed burns from which she died later the same day. The Farmer.-.' Union of Howard County is going to build a warehouse at Hig Springs. The Commercial Club of Hig Springs has offered to take $1000 in stock. One hundred and twenty-five employes of the local Southwestern shops at Kl I'a so were laid olf Friday for an indefinite period because of business depression. Mayor K. X. Kirhv drove the first Fpike in the Abilene street railway Firday morning. Tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 August 1908

m irs- • /I SUMMARY OF THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. Thursday night on account of a (strike among the electriul workers ftho city of Paris, Franco, wus for a time iii complete darkness. Two deaths have recently occurred hi the State Orphans' Home at Cor- jsitaua, viz: Tx>wis Burton and Ada .rones, the later aged "2 years, John Scott, at different times .'president of several railroads, died Weiln esday at his home in 'fomp- kinsville, Staten Island, at the age of sixty-one years. .Monday was the anniversary of the battle of W i I.son's ('reek, or (I a k 11 ill, as il was called hv the Missouiians and Federals, respectively, which look place on Aug. 10, lKlil. The government of New Zealand gave a banquet to Hear Admiral Sperry and officers of the American battleship fleet now anchored in that harbor at the I trill hall. j An entire bloc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 August 1908

w „ ,^wW.5T. S' § ;,•; & II :V : R >.„k *•* *r f -* ■>•' •' ^">>" -5>. 4 * rn Car'iartt MIWUTI !■—■ ■ 7* PS ttWMW^TV"'- r r ".TS^r7f*imSWr- c (* jS^s ^ t railsr : ,• -\;.:sfr "■*' *.•' > 1 / y, ;-v f" *n '' . ../A / 1 t % Jpt 1m ' ~4> \ p- 4 ■ Hh ^"*s * '§1 ," '*B?I • ''•" Wanted fcotSu, the Carhartt Bi 11 d, THEY HAVE AF : A large consignment ol the ji Brand of Overalls, Union made . men. Made in an honorable way- . stronger and a little better than ail 1 on their merits, Price Si- Buy the genuine (. ARHARTTvc arc exclusive agents for this locali1 and inspect the line. Con furnish the least to the largest \\'/r on rng ■ •:•■; and impco ! ' :d ! j brated C.;rh,rit L . maids foi uni.-n W/ rands, and sold % m stit'itc. Wo ''/%'/ 10 invite yon ; ~ v ' 'y •1 in any size, M • -* s > J L, M 9 i'.A: v< L ¥ /.V 9 it : 1 $ \ v v ,£■ - Vv4 -;T^f \\T: JV •• A v" J ■ v I '5 A IV V J A, •;/ ' ' : ' ' V, it n f -V y >. >,v • W na "■■>V , ' ' J>, . .. .. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 August 1908

/ / PJJWV- i -uwn.^ '^.{V ".,-crfV •" '.i -.Ti,: Hini'stww TB n m. , .J.js r ■ r® . i-,-Xf ••'.; ; .•' ■■*! ' : VWj LJ uTdjs/i.': 7,i! < m V: -. T^T 1 & fa ?, "ih . i a I« ftVs rJ iWVw a c J e s«V ja; a vfc 4 Arc Receiving; Ne* /"V $ /' ^ r i# t \ 1 M ^ W , •a a ill i~> kj. | :3 Daily s£ «* >vr> w 1 LI Ir D M /\ ,f<' ,*"% J U |« StflfJlllV i l/l li OUUUd 1 fc« : y H1..1 .">ro U£ «.. -> - "j w* CT- O« i M |at hi j | & I 11 8 •31U I) i 111! ii i V-'J W\ fs II11 !GN3 Lr -\T^| £ - ' Ladies rine Embroideries And asks an inspection of their s: cut to the core, so as to ma : , 0 '"5 -J h*-- r* :> \J UUuD < ni. Dons, tto b/ the buying public ./* Prices room 4>r Fall Goods We Want Your Cotto > Seed. Best Price Paid f rX i vi * i ^! ) r I J 4: < "* ' *< . I £ / «**; / n' <1 1 K1 . ' *> < n , *; 5rs9.*s8aaa#2 .?*? -'s*1 • * " •' • * v v v v v i) . u >i >i . i/ i' v *i \i v J v ' nHvr.iil HV v v \r\Tv n w v i m a ii v i . iiv .. . . ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 August 1908

y' ) V" K . 1 1' It ' POSSIBILITY OF THC FUTUHE When Navigation of the Air Shall Have Becotnc Common. Tlie man from Mors cheeked l>is aerolite. He naw below him what re- i>iiil)leU a Iiukc rat trap. Am immense steel frame composed of HkIiI rods en Mrely covered tt o buildings beneath II The leel frame wsis of sufficient tietp.bt to just clear the loftiest sky- scraper. As Uie man from Mars stared nt this contrivance a seel ion of it opened inward and he and bis trained aerolite dropped lbroni;b. As be ultahted t:i the city hall square u man In uniform hurried up to hirn. "Sorry to b;ive kept you wnitini' outside," he said in choice Volapuk "but at Orst I couldn't quite make you cut. I'm the Kiuiriiliin of the sky trap.' "Giad to know you," said the man from Mars. "And now tell me what lu the name of all that'.! wonderful thi: wire cheese bo* means." "Why, that's our balloon Ruai'd.' laugited the oflicer. "Vou see the air chips and lialloons got to lie such !i ouisauce that we ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 August 1908

M A 1XI . y i MAKING ICE CREAM •'PROCESS NOT DIFFICULT WITH PROPER CARE. Having Correct Proportions of Ice and Salt Is a Necessity—Freezing Pot and Dasher Must Be Kept Clean. CONTRARY, INDEED. Tlio Housekeeper repeats good ml- vice in regard to making iee cream. It is not at all difficult to make Rood Ice cream If one is just a little careful to have the ice and salt In correct pro- portions and properly pounded. Time is not saved by using the ice in too largo pieces, as when it is coarsely crushed It takes the cream much longer to freeze. Iloth the ice and salt should be finely crushed and each layer packed down very firmly. One part of Ice to three of salt is the usual allowance, and it is better to measure both to insure proper proportions. Rock salt Is the best, although or- dinary barrel salt does very well and Is more easily obtained In small places. The freezing pot and dasher should bo thoroughly cleansed and sterilized each time after It has been used, and again sterilized ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 August 1908

j * > I i! • >V GOPI5T?PATIOlM Is the cause of much misery and expense. It clous the vital organs with impurities and brings on a general breakdown of health. ASH BUTTERS Is a bevel regulator of the greatest merit. It relieves the bovvus mildly yet thoroughly and extendi its cleansing and strengthening influence to every part ot tiie body. Clrt tin t; .11 >! 111 - vll'l tlr. Figure ".V In Rett on Front Lithe!. Sold by Dru^sts. Price $1.00 per bottle. , ..•5stpa«atr , V (' 2, _ >v " •" Ov BP : <at1"3JR2HP3E9RESW&A. i. ..j .> 1 A C. Harrison & Son, Special Agents, A Uai K. SU venson, an ex- j suggest to bring about the de- vice president, ha - b_-eii liomi-' feat and disgrace of this st .te official, and possibly the very fact that tliej' over did their vilianous work was the salva- returning from Oalvestou'with the usual Sund :v crowd of cx- c.irsiouis^s Sund night, ran j into a swarm of m< ijnitoesten miles out of 11 uston and stalled. The pc.is choked u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 August 1908

t If.JJ.U'* • dfciu IT /\ dhe Blto IWerald. linlcurd lonuarvw!,'I'toi, nt (ho Alfc , Toxo postoffkv. as SexofxiOu • ■ "loll ."toller Ac I orOiiioiev.- .jwrli.y U/n VoLUMK VI11 ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, U'Gl'ST 28, 1908. Number 3S — —T— *We Are Bidding for Your Business!? 4 * And have as nice and complete a stock of Merchandise from which to make your selection as can be found in all East Texas, at prices within the reach of every pocket book «.< ^ st JLadie-s* Pine Dre-ss Goods White and Colored Wash Goods, Lawns Dimities, Calicoes, Ginghams, Mulls, Nainsook, etc.. in almast endless variety, of the latest patterns, Allover Embroidery, Laces, bisection, Ribbon, etc, The ladies of this ^ section arc earnestly requested to call and inspect this line. 4 Shoes for Men, WomenlGhildren Wcjhave a large stock on hand, and can fit any foot, besides giving 2 the buyar a large variety of styles to sclec from. School will soon ^ begin. Let us fit your children's feet with good, easy wearing Shoes....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 August 1908

m&mm w mMAv';-^ '-^5iil? Ov*-.*-V ; ".'■f-''~^ $*&'>& >?•> 3' -'•> ;-'f--' -v-r'-V <Ji*- :. ■ ; * THE ALTO HERALD n T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. IRRIGATE PECOS VALLEY ALTO. - e TKXAS TEXAS AND ORIENT DEVELOP MENT COMPANY PURCHASE TRACT OF TEXAS LAND. TEXAS NEWS ITEMS The slali' peniteniatry hoard Tuesday closed a deal for the Ellis plantation, the consideration being in the neighborhood of $800,00(1. Tuesday, at Bonham, John 0'- Kcel'e, while in his chicken yard endeavoring to kill a chicken, was spurred by a large 1'lymouth Hock rooster from the wounds of which blood poisoning is feared. After acute suffering, which medical skill and change of clim- ate failed to alleviate, .James 1'. Harrison, one of the best known and most popular citizens of Sher- man died at his home Thursday morning. Thursday night about 12 o 'dock a man Mrs. Sam Fit' PRICE PAID WHS HALF MILLION Concern Proposes to Put In the Largest and Most Up to Date Plant In United States. Kansas C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 August 1908

53KKT / v. SUMMARY UFIHE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE A Carefully Digested end Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign, The Wright aeroplane suffered an ncoi.lent at I/linens, France, Thurs- day morning, which will require sev- «rai days tit repair. While raiding the Oeorgia State Capital late Mondav afternoon the police uncovered a blind tiger, a crap game and a shooting affray. W. T. Cassidy of Chicago earlv Monday morning shot and probably fatally wounded his wife, Mary Cas- sidy, at their home and then com- mitted suicide with the same weapon. (iov. Deneen of Alabama has issued six proclaniatiosn, one for each vio- lent death during the riot, offering a reward of $200 for evidence which would lead to the conviction of the guilty parties. While Miss Anna Dodge of Brooklyn, N. Y., was out in the woods, in the vieiniy tof Caldwell, N. J., Wednesday, she found a diamond ring, valued at in a bird's nest. (t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 August 1908

" "rr ■-* . ... v • • - ... ;.f. ; "rfg' a n~ I \ .1 i 'i ' ' ipll' r ^ | '1 - A 5 H K i i 5 K i A * \ n K i BLANTON'S CASH STORE! IS THE RiGHT PLACE TO BUY YOUR Dry Goods. Clothing, Shoes. HATS. LADIES' FINE DRESS GOODS. ETC When you want the right kind of goods at the right prices^ New Goods now coming in daily. Call aronne and inspcct them Watch for Important Announcement Next Week * * * * * U i £ f V I * Till: AL IO II KHALI) M?CLURE & M9CLURE EDITORS AND rUBLISHESS SUCSCRlPTIOM RATtS Oiifi War $i oo t~iix Months 50 hroc Months *5 All subscriptions arc payable in advance. No name will be put 011 the books until paid for. Debate on Socialism Democratic Nominees Ft >r For i; or For For For For For Vor For For For Confess Second District Martin Dies Judge Second Judicial District fatnes I. Perkins District Attorney- \V. B. O'tjuinn State Senator L\ C. Stoked1 Representative George B. Terrell District Clerkf W. M. Ellis County Judge R. L. Robinson County Attorney C. F. (Frank...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 August 1908

i/hu#*' — A *WVWWWWWV\lAA/VWWWW> 1 : ** f5 i vvvv^vvvv HENDERSON Fashion Form Corsets ywj'.T. 3ii*. :j: Alexander & Kin& Are Receiving New Goods Dailly Dru Goods id GlOtlll IS'. SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS Ladies Fine Dress Goods Embroideries, Ribbons, Etc And asks an inspection of their sfock b/ the buying public <£ Prices cut to the core, so as to make room for Fall Goods W© Want Your Cotton Seed. Best Price Paid \Y'.-L :• > ' .. .rem HENDERSON Fashion Form Corsets • if ml > ■ N OTIC E Cold Springs Camp, No, 2262 WOOCMCN OF THE AORL.D Meets ut Cold Springs, 4 miles west of Alto, on the fourth Saturday nights in each month. All Woodmen invited. F. D. BODKNHEIMEU, C. C. A. D. ACKY, Clerk Local Happenings k. All kinds coltl drinks at J1111 Berryniau's ice house. Will Watkins spent a day this week with his parents in Dot. glass. If it is anything in the gro eery line you want, Holly Ag- new has it. Mrs. Lucy Hansard and children; of I'ollok, are guests of Mrs. S. I*". Roo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 August 1908

ill — «:1 ) \ | I. k w ■ ■ ' For Her Father's Sake By Alban E. Ragg U'upyrlgUt, t y Shurutury i'ub. Co.) Tick! Tick! Tick' Tick! rcitpratcd Die clock wllli monotonous pcrslslcn- <T. ropiliulliu? lliosc present that the lime for retirliiK w:is lonn since past, but Ilie old runner and his daughter Htnyod on, regardless of the llcetln« liours Neither h i I spoken for fully SO minutes. The man, reclining in a Jiish hacked chair, was comforting him- self Willi a hlack clay pipe, and the woman sat gazing listlessly into the Arc, an open letter in her hand. i "'TIh (en years lo night since moth- er died," she remarked, sadly. A sud- den strong gust of wind shook the door of the outhouse, making it creak iniournfuily as it swayed to and fro on its rusty hinges The old man stirred uneasily iu his chair, and glanced ner- vously behind him "Yes, it's ten years to-night," he re- plied, Willi an effort lo appear at ease. Moth again lapsed into silence. Pres- ently the old man glanced across a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 August 1908

tt. m. HOW TO REMOVE 8TAIN8. Obstinate Case* Can Be Remedied by Following Instructions. All utalns should be removed be- fore the articles are washed, and the sooner (he stain Is treated the more readily It will yield to the treatment. Four boiling water through fruit stains, when obstinate soak with a solution of oxalic aeid. Wash pe- troleum oihtment stains in alcohol, paint In turpentine or alcohol, varnish in alcohol, grass and other green staifts In alcohol, kerosene or molas- ses. For blood stains use wh.*ie of an egg In cold water or spread on raw flour paste and spread In the sun. In the case of milk, cream sugar or sirup stains, soak In cold soft water. For wheel grease or machine oil stains should be rubbed with lard and al- lowed to stand a few moments, then they should be washed with soap and cold water. Tea, coffee or cocoa stains should bo removed with boil- ing water, and if obstinate use the so- lution of oxalic acid. OEUFS A LA NEIGE. Confection That Is Popular with...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 August 1908

—r~---—-■—unriimfn riBiiri r jm !■—SS Y* , ■f. 1SI' m MALARIAL DISEASES. How to Avoid Them and the Se- rious Consequences of Neg- lect. "Fix me up something to knock the malaria, doctor," remarked a sallow- faced, sickly looking man, entering a .'iroininent physician's office the other (lay, The doctor stepped to his medicine rare, took down a couple of bottles, mixed a preparation which he handed to the patient with the customary advice to '• hake well and follow directions,' and resumed his scat. "Such cases are frequent," replied the doctor in answer to a question. "The warm days and damp, chilly nights are certain malaria breeders and are most serious iu those who have neglected to keep their stomach, liver and bowels in good condition. Such persons are full of (he impurities on which the malarial germ thrives, and it is from this class that typhoid fever, pneumonia, Briglit's Disease, small pox and yellow fever claim most of their victims wiicuevur these dis- cuses are prevalen...

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