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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 September 1908

i f ( ! ' *~r* „ g«-: ti -5 tot M k« w Goods Arriving on Every Our hall Purchases Have Beers Made And in the next few da/s the shelves of our store will be smiling with the newest things of the coming seasons We propose to show the Best, Cleanest and Newest Stock of Mer- chandise in the town, and invite the mDst critical eyes to examine them f/* <> w «* * y\( j t? 5. Just a few Words About Our Clothing %.3 "SUPERB" is still our trade mark, and with the very best values that mills produce, and in the newest cuts and colors, we expect to get your Clothing business Our Pattern Hats are coming in eAcry day, and in a short time jj our line will be complete with the Newest Things in Head' J is Just a Few Words About Our Millinery! f 5 ■ • J 5 wear, 1 his deyartmcnt will be under the management of two expert Trimmers, with the object to please every customer in every way Swann Hats with e\ Guarantee The New Shapes are all here. We have new novelties in HATS, NECKWEAR, SHIRTS, STSPEND...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 September 1908

3f Sfe I ff ■ L © \ <* Night Sweats & Couyli. 10. W. Walton, Condr. S. P. tly., 711 Van Ness HI., Han Antonio, Tex., | writes: ''DuriiiR t.lio summer anil fall of l!*i2, my annoyance from catarrh reached that stage whern It wai actual misery and dovoiopod nlarming symp- toms, such as a very deep-seated cough, iiht sweats, and painsin the head and chest. I e\|>erlmented with several so- ciilled remedies before 1 finally decided to talso a thorough coiirso of I'cruna. "Twoof my friends hud gone ho far as to inform mo that, tho tiling for ine to do waB to resign my position and seek a liigher, mure congenial el i mate, 1'ver.y- onothought 1 had consumption and 1 was nut expected to li\ n very Jong. "Having p ruffe red some Ferunn, T de- cided b> givo it a thorough li st and ap- plied myself assiduously I" tho tank of lulling il, as pel- inn I ructions, in tho meantime. "Tho effects wero noon apparent, all iil::rinin;; nymploms disappeared and my general hoallh lioeainc ful...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 September 1908

i' USING UP COLD VEGETABlfS. Appetizing Dishes Can Be Prepared from Left-Overs. Cold vegetables Bhoitld never be thrown away. They can he used In a number of appetizing ways. For exam- pie, they may he rubbed through a sieve and used for thickening soup. Potatoes mashed very finely, or rubbed through a wire sieve, fo that there ran be no hard lumps, ran be used in such a variety of ways. .Mix a Utile well beaten egg and milk with them anil pepper and salt to flavor, and a little grated eheese. and bake in a well greased pie dish In a fairly hot oven. Mixed with the beaten egg only, into a stifT paste, they can be formed into balls covered with egg; and bread crumbs, and e!th er baked on a tin In the oven or fried till a golden brown, and so make a most appetizing looking dish. Some- times cheese may be mixed with the breaJ crumbs in which they are dipped before baking. Supposing there is so little as to seem hardly worth saving, mix what Is left with an equal quantity of Hour, add a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 September 1908

* Wrm I I i 1 I h i* S swri .nwsn $/ \ \*AV(V' / A;v ® toj ^ ! ^: ' 3 ml vmz^M ijp3i>A earefill * wife will always j $ keep supplied I 4 wilJn BALLARDS SNOW LiNiMENT A Positive Cure For Rheumatism, Cuts, Old Sores, Sprains, Wounds, Stiff Joints, Corns, Bunions and ail Ills. SHE KNOWS. Mrs. C. H. Bunyon, Rtan- tlic season, broilers selling for $3.00 per dozen right along.. livery fanner's wife can easily pay the grocer)- bill with her chickens and eggs.—Lufkin Daily News. iioi'i'iTV nor. Arc you just barely fitting around by the aid of crutches or ia cane ? Unless you have a de- i formity—if your 1 rouble is 1 ivhumatism, lumbajro, sprain, : .tiff joints, or any thinjj of like nature use Mallard's Snow Lin- iment and in no time you can throw away your crutches and be a.s well as anyone. Price 25c, r>0e and $1.00,Sold by J. F. Al- len. boi 1 writ en: I have used Snow Lininiontnnd can't nay c-nojijrli for it, for lilx'U- inatih-in and all painM. It is tho must uk< ful uiudicin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 October 1908

I • r . I ' VOLI'MK \'111 Cnlorrd joiuimvijlSi l«K , al I ho Alio, Tex# <wSe«.- ■■ "lnii-i.iit, r v lof <:.m.irrx* ,*i,ir<h.i. U7< ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 190S. NI'M HER 4 5 M |) ALLEN'S Drug Store ALTO, TEX i i CopyrichtO. S. C. & Co We Are Showing the Handsomest and Nobbiest Line of Fall and Winter Clothing! To be found 111 the town—the "MAJESTIC" brand—made by first-class tailors, and not thrown together in a cheap shoddy manner. Don't fail to inspect them before buying your Fall or Winter Suit. Prices made right. We are also showing a new, nice, up-to-date line of * V Shirts, Collars, Ties, Underwear, Hosiery, ^ And everything else that a well dressed man would be interested in Ladies' Fine Dress Goods, Waist Goods, Etc \ v For Fall and Winter Wear, in all the Latest Weaves and Patterns. These goods have just been received and we invite a critical in- spection by the ladies of Alto and adjoining country American Gentleman Shoe For Men and Youths American ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 October 1908

awwwiBi \ I ', i ■ Ml THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLUHE, Proprietor. ALTO, TEXAS For Better Roads. Many Americans; who live in or near larso clii'':. would la aurpcined to hour t Ktated that tin United States has tin1 poon hi roails of any civilized country in the world. XeverthcloKK, liti' .statement i: declared by all who have had opportunity lo leurn by perienee lo lie unquestionably true, when (Ik road' of I he whole country are considered l.alelv there ban been much criticism of the automobile as being destructive of good roads. The damage Is so great that in France the government has I to re oil to take up the matter, and is even now stv.dy nig preventive plans. In the United "States, however, il niliv be that the automobile will yet prove a powerful influence in better roads. The Ameri can Automobile association lias re- cently held a two days' good roads convention iu Buffalo. at which pro vision was made tor practical demon titrations of the best methods of road building and re...

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

II A i ■ (■uiM.F.im.s: JQL'S tiwr AWFUL GRAVEL ATTACKS. ALWAYS FRESH Hay, Bran, Chops, AND OTHER Feed Stuffs BEST FLOUR IN TOWN Every Sack Guaranteed, or Your Money Back ON DINNER CilltSTS BY GEO. V. KOBART. ('HUGH M'HUGH.") IN. H. AGNEW Will Deliver Goods Right nto Your Kitchen Farmers' Union Cotton Warehonse Charges Weighing ... cents Storage,first month 05 cents K.ich additional month"' 15 cents Arrangements have been rtiade for advances of money to per- ns desiring to hold for better prices. Dear Bunch: Your :• • t« . ! London to hand and 1 n 1 m Poaches and I are might. glad 1 Hut ii wasn't a stum'. It was po from j a good one, too! I,ot me .--11 down a noted ^ lilititit<■. a stone's "ut Into 111;. ..tin.- " I yott'ro start inn fur home 1:1 two #ivkn, jand we'll meet you it' n pie wliti bells 011. We'ro lilt well In ■ with the exception that Peaches 1. .. an onion I saengerfest night before last and I've i been on the blink ever . ■ This onion saengerfesi thing may he | a ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 October 1908

; 2$^ S?Sf 2t # & & *S: ^rr'^rr;^rr^~r'^rrurr,^rr^r^^rr,^rr;^rr^rr,^rrurr^rr^r 'v*^r^,..r'^.,..rT>.*,Wlr^;«v^^- "* .-.'s .'r< . >/:'*.'■* *■•* *-* *■•■ ■* ■• ">•••■ ■*■ •• *• ►-. ^ ite « . K- a H 4 r /-\<CVITW r> nr r & Id* 1 i"> Elk BC & v.* •% Ml I m . W rk « ifi M m /f 53 tt, K / vfi Pa 4 >0 ' rt f« B B.i . H .1 H f3 : VS■■*-. *<* «V ;-y carefully the situation and outlook for 'i}\, at the ' 1 ~"'' 1 V'.S Wc are receiving almost daily heavy shipments of New Goods for Fall and Winter, and having studied very :aiviu ■?}-*: business the coming season, wc have spared no pains in putting forth every effort possible to secure the best things !v£ caeh department. And while our shipments are not yet complete, we are able to show a good assortment in in ever II New Lines of Prints,Percales, Ginghams,Wool Suitings «| lowest cash prices for ;-.-y C iv i-i • tl L •TL-: V,1 X". X': >.\i aV ?Ci x*.t Tl': 5lm Cotton Suitings, Madras, Outings, Dress ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 October 1908

! NOTICE Cold Springs Camp, No, 2262 WOODMEN OF THE . ORLD Meets at Cold f>pi in;;s, miles west of Alto, on the fourth Saturday nights in each month. All Woodmen invited. F. D. OODKNHEIMER, C. C. A. D. ACRY, Clerk s■ - 'MWMWVfrYdWnVWWW'/ ' "• ^"nfie fipp l;d0 11 I) ~ - --■ rrr~ -r - r- .- 77-;; S3HBIHS?is£2 1 ■ I A I* A I £ r-i! i t.-f 8 ) ma RV i a.- I PBiS Bl ,, it k v' <3 V £ « >r OUR NFW FALL GOOD;> ARE HERE, and we arc now able to show a complete line in every department. 10 early fall buyers wc arc making the most sensational prices ever made here^'priecs that ai? 'v: — — ! % euny iun Buyvrs WW arc muKing mc mosi #ei s«uionai pnccs ever made here^vpriees that arc "•/.'■ -] to att-act the ?• 'ig ^rcwd buyer's attention. Call around and see the goods, and bear in mind that the poKcr of t'-U " wi'l a'w vm b- - ; Local Happenings ;s thal h'3 b:tti'r i0 bc salisfied with a sma!1 Profit Jllj 3cli gooii than to get a bis pro-it and hove Lw customers* S; Cotton Receipts 2 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 October 1908

m 1555 r IN A Y0K0HAH1A THEATER. REASON FOR EXERCISING. ii V- y I ,'v ffiV: r. ' / K' r Tlie Plays Last All Day, times Two. and Some- UULlbLj* 'l_—J' lieforo leaving Yokoliiitn i. I went, to the thuator, wlilcli c-orl 11 iul> «a" iinvlliiiiK I liztil cur mmi I'• fori!, writ cm l.ivdy liunciolph Cl.nniii:', ii! the Century. We sat on tin n< <i* of our so ealled box, aiul lincl tea Iil<< I he crowd. And such a crowd! I' was unci endless source ol' Interest and amusement to watch them, whole lam Hies mother in law and d; ' 1 vht< ; In law, children of nil iiv.i-; and par d.- of different Renerallona. falln r: mis jind grandsons All had tin 1 dinu. 1 with them. Utile tray, \vi.t< pro cluccitl tinli:\i'S full of lie' liovls < ontilnliiK weird lomlst ufipii white and ki'een; hphwimI u;i 1 i( 1 ralies. raw lu ll and naineh > ■. condiuients, tea in nilMirn'-eoiiii < u i*' of course, wllh no milk or : : 1 ■;; 1: 'I ! .lapanesc cannot under: t and rum |icum< p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 October 1908

■ l/tJ-w*' A ' ■ " M I SUMMARY OF THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE A Carefully Digested .nd Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestl- and Foreign. Tim eleventh annual convention i 1 he Texas Spiritualists' As-oeiiti: hi convened in Dallas' Kr'nlav. The survey of the proposed Wueo, Temple <aiid Mnriin intcurbau began .Saturday morning out of Temple. ('. 1$. Scarhrmijjh. aged -">« year.-, for nianv years a citizen of Ahilene. fell dead Saturday inornlng ;is a re- nnlt of a stroke of apoplexy. As a result of an explosion of a gun on a Krencli nnnored cruiser Wednesday lliirteen men are dead and many others seriously injured. Leslie Carter, at one time capital- ist and president of the South Side Klevated ltailroad Company "f Chi- t-ago, died ai his home in thai city Friday. I', I). Woliertsou. of Cleveland, owner of the St. T/iuis National hasehall team, street car promoter and capitalist, died suddenly at his home F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 October 1908

'3r: su . ~*,r; *+*vme\ itc XM 201. '••"•&V • . A" w Vjfe. > I * ! "v •■* [n 9 r 1 i, : - -'m C'.-rUW \ • • • ... . •' - \«'S ^ rail I rt -: '-: V^| #4 \ Slff - -s - v < ■ -, - -n I . v . v. . . ' i .'.,/."/ V S v .'■ // ■ : -j.ng !• . '• * * i ; .. US.Q. *' i • •' .' If? i • •' ;• •!' 'I ■ V rV '<{t H DGNT | I 1 ii>t. rov.r-ylf to bo mj90Tp,t>If. fcjj 3 ncbec,' haVo'^atins owSI# 0 i.. i • • ,t b id Recoreimendcsl by T. AL1.KN To prevent salt in saltcel- lars from hjeoiiiing damp and lumpy, when filling them put in ten to twelve grains of rice, s :vs Woman's Home Coni- p-iniou. These will not conic through the holes in tliccovei oi the :iallctlhtr, but will break the lumps of salt and gather the moisture. Thus the salt is always dry ami fine. Sliu111ly ! "Icier With Nnciv. When you si■■■ that kind of a weather foreca.-i: you know that rohunuttisir. weather is at hand, (let ready for it now by getting a bottle of It'dlrtrd's Snow Lini- ment. Finest tliiiij.'; made ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 October 1908

* •Am jfiJjU'* • mmmmn KBRMU.. -.■ *wv> ■w~ Che TEN PAQE9 THIS WREK IS to Herald ♦ entered JomioivMS, tool, ot Hie fllfo, Tcxo >astoffl<"« osSecwulQas* rinll Matter Act of Oonarc.vs- PtorchJ. IS79 Volume VIII ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 190S. Number 44 Meeting of Cherokpe County Farm- ers' Union ^T^Pirst Impression^ Jj often is a lasting^ one. and good appearance has yl often been a potent factor in many a yoting * man's success. The first impression will be ^ Vf decidedly in your favor if you wear K 4Th@ "Majestic" Make V of Clothing. "Majestic" garments hive a dis' ^2 tinctness cf style all their own, which other rmkers sir>e in vain to duplicate at the same reasonsble prices Another feature of "Majestic" superiority is the variety of beautiful and up^to^date fabrics we have in this popular brand this seoson. Let us show them to you. Our prices will do the rest ^Thoroughbred Hats! THE HAT WITH A REPUTATION We have a complete line of these celebrated Hats for Fall a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 October 1908

5|||*v .]■ M HSMi ms&mm *-, \ THE ALTO HERALD GREENBACK IS MISSING T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. AT/TO. j DISCOVERY AT HAMLIN OF REG K.NAS ! ISTERED MATTER HAVING BEEN ROBBED. Il.lll li'iiriii'i The Betterment of Farm Life. President Koosevelt has appointed t commission of five men to report on methods of Improving tin- nodal con ditions of rami lift.1. Next to the con solvation of national resources, lie |e Karris (lie well being of the fanner as the chief problem before (he iaiinu On the man who gives us the match nls for dot lies dhd food the entire mi tion depends Through him society Is i-Viifd in tin mud Many of the great economic improvements in late years have been directed to the betterment of farming. The department of agrl culture has been working to increase the productivity of the land, to in Htruct farmers in the best methods of cultivation. All the development or irrigation, the establishment of rural postal delivery, the improvement 01 waterways and railroads over wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 October 1908

\A r S * I n \ AND INK NOT WHILE I AH HERE BmuKM V Shall the People Rule? IRIISTS FAVOR III "INTERESTS" ARE STRONGLY REPRESENTED ON THE REPUB- LICAN COMMITTEE. SHELDON OFFICIAL FAT FRYER LIST OF THOSE FROM WHOM HE GOT CONTRIBUTIONS. Republican Treasurer Is Director in Twenty-One Corporations—Raised Big Fund in 1908—Recommend- ed by Standard Oil Attorney. Chicago, September (Special).—In connection with the controversy which the president has raised as to whether ihe trusts and financial concerns ate must Interested in the election of Mr. Taft or Mr. Hryan, the Democratic na- tional committee calls attention to a few of the controlling spirits in the Republican committee who nre active- ly Interested in trusts and monopo- lies. At the head of the list stands George Jt. Sheldon, treasurer of the Repub- lican national committee. Mr. Shel- don's selection for this important post of official "fat fryer" was made upon recommendation of William Nelson Cromwell, the great corporation law ye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 October 1908

*$ <**>■-; "x—wm. j , -V' ■ \ I I'- ll S -•, H.:' fe I > £s U !icH#/5-W?S war *!ar ^.Tr '!?*>,>* **yv.; MiSMi v' jy.'Uy w - jy. vavy Tavy jiW? r~ ■ *r-- 'in 'r-'.-'r<'i' f1' 1 r% r t'i'.V This Store Wants Your i rade! fSi? a • • r -I—v . -|—« • We are showing Larger Assortments of Seasonable Merchandise yfy\ S& We Arc Striving for Bigger rJUSinCSS than ever'and if 'the power of LOW PRICES, Correct Styles and £VV S«'*i ^ I l \v/„ , Wc arc going to put our best efforts to the front this season by I liah Elaboration Marks the Dress Thought of the. Season Courteous treatment count, wc mean to get a share of your patronage. IN the most handsome line of Dress Materials in the town x-i _ ^ 2S And ahCadof all competition are the styles to be seen here. Our showing ranks first for their original style, grace and beauty. The latest1, in •Kl fabrics and fasliions in all the leading shades of Navy Blues, Browns, Dark Reds and Greens, not out of the toxes half a week are he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 October 1908

I / / \ ' \ A ■P—1 «• Sh ^WiV«WfaV«ViWiY*Y«V*YM«Y*Y Y*«iVWi^^^ I -—Stylish New Tali Miiiinery! 5 Our Trimming Department Is tur™ng out some of the most beautiful creations in 2: Headwear ever shown in Alto We are giving this 2- IgBBgSZauaBPgPBMMMBBMBBBBB n :JS department special attention, and our success is shown best by our sales book If you haven't seen our Hats, «J2 you should do so at once <£ 11A dollar saved is a dollar made," and if we can save you money on your pur- :js chases, why not let us do so 3' '2 " ^ CoatS *ke new semi-frtting Coats in all colors and sizes—Coats that are shown in all the larger cities i: :-5 uuiuiuwmmmnmwna at a larger price We have them at prices that you can afford ^ Bring the children Special 2' 'S attention has been given for the Children's Coats, and we have what you want S: :5 «• S Ladies' Skirts No more worry about that Skirt being made too long, too short or too narrow *; [Z gggESEggaaaMMBWM We have them at from $1.50 to $12.50, in all siz...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 October 1908

• V • .v." I 22* te f: k I:' .'S ' tt -TKbu f :- m V i \ ii\ AS PREPARED IN GERMANY. Apple Dumplings Declared to Be FBI"' fection of Cookery. To OIK' pound kII'Ii'(I flour add th Ufxblly beaten yolks of I wo eggs, a >,nlf l«!v«*l teaspoonl ill sail, and enough water In mix int<■ a bailor. Take rare not to use more wiilt'i than Ik neces nary, as lln> dough must In1 firm enough Iii hold Us Turin when dropped inlo <*tld witter Stir I In* batter well, unlit KitKiolh, Hun ado uiiir small ap- ples <uL inlo imall rubes and nii>. thoroughly. Have ready a pot of rap idlv boiling salted water. Drop the batter in by the spoonful and boll without stopping from 20 to mln iiles, according to : i/.e, Slii around 41 i)i*i' or twice si i I hat none will adheri to I he hot ton) of llle pot. Then cover' up ufwln. Take mil one li\ one, and « nl in ( vi n r.liei Have ready a pan .if hot butter, drop in each slice and blown slightly on both sides. Set".'1 iniiiKHliati'lv wiih butler ,\o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 October 1908

J f w 4.-^^ '■ ? &tS$E V J.> /> Is '■■; ( w > I W. W. JACOBS |A QUESTION OF HABIT ^Copyright, i>Uild, Ale**! Cumpaajr.) "Wimmin aboard ship I don't 'old with," said (ho night watchman, se- verely. "They'll arsk you nil torts o' silly questions, an' complain to the Hkipper if you don't, treat 'om civil in answering 'em. If you do treat 'cm civil, what's the result? 1r it a hit o' bacco, or a shilling, or anything like that? Not a bit of it; just a 'thank you,' an' said in a way as though they've been giving you a perfect treat by talking to you. "They're a contrary sects too. Ask a girl civil-like to stand off a line you want, to coll tip, and she'll get off an' look at you as though you ought to have waited until she 'ad offered to shift. Pull on it without asking her to step off fust, an' the ship won't 'old her 'ardly. A man I knew once—he's dead now, poor chap, and three wid- devs mourning for 'lm—said that with all 'is experience wimmin was as much a riddle to 'I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 October 1908

I f "■/' f m > w r \ I . r I I'1 III , 4 I l \ \ j ■> r r. •<; ' Ul11 THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, T KXAS Knglnml tunes 00,000 poisons overj yeur by cmiKiutlon. II seems that a must inartistic tern-1 pi>r may Willi the artistic tempera j meut. Love of Crime Tules oC Violence Have Thousands of Readers H> HENRI LAVEDAN, Mruibrr Aindruilr 1 rauittlne. Tliis summer lias liccn uicl fashioned | enough to natlsf> the most exacting ice dealer. York lias produced an insane niurdei who is insane. Such a rare occurrence ia worth noting. A man name.' Wind won $15,000 in a Panama lottery, and, of course, blew it all in inside of si week. If we are to believe the novelists, the good people who get Into society are not worth writing about. Sanitarianism, or half vegetarian Ism, has gained many converts since Minister Wit coined the new word. Now and then Hetty Green lectures contemporary capitalists as if she re- tarded them merely as boy financiers. South Dak...

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