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

/ TEXAS NEWS ITEMS (\ Ij. Davis shot and mortally wounded Arthur (M-cmcr Sunday .ii Putnam. I'lciner dying in a few hours. M. \. Kinnard, a white man, shut nnd killed .lini Sirkev, an Indian, -it his residence in Lexington at 1100:1 Sunday. Manual Salazer. a ID-year-nld Mex- ican shot and killed himself earlv Monday morning at his home in San Antonio. Denison's thirtieth monthly Sales Day Show and Agricultural exhibit which will lie held next Saturday, |>ioinir-cs in ellipse all previous ef- fort:-. Dr. .1. ('. Dysarl and family who have liecn in 101111 is for several wo^k^ left Tuesday in their fiO-lioi'sepowT antoinoliile for their home in Lo Angeles. A hig elephant belonging to a cir- cus eluded his keeper Tuesday morn- ing ill Cors.icana about 1 o'clock and took a stroll over a part of the city before its absence was detected. Fire Saturday night destroyed the grain house of (lie Walker ({rain Company of Port Worth, with n loss of $35,000 on grain and •VTIMIO on the building....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 October 1908

■■■■■■ SSJU • -s J \ I i I r I I I $ ■ r& I >• 1 I \ I 2 I , i •* Ik v *«.* •^wwvwwwyywwywtwy^wvwvwwvwvwwUWWWWWM^ | You Want What You Want 1 When You Want It. I I I es > hi " P*3 > > KJ ' *• m ess; rmigzr.arg And wc wanl to supply your wants, but will not do so unless you want good goods< Now the Stove Season is right here, and it witl be A GOOD STOVE you'll want'-vwhether it be a Cook Stove, a Range or a Heater. ThefC is only one "BEST" Stove made, and that's the celebrated | Bridge, Beach & Company make—"Superior—and wc arc cxclusivc agents for them. Wc have them 5^ all the timc'that's our busincss""and if you want a Stove, come in and see 2h ^ 3 us, and you,ll not go away wanting along this particular line *_• ^tlo^ JVj- The Hardware and Stove Men of Alto Etiough imported bacon has been sold in Nacogdoches count) this yt\ar to pave every street in the city, build ten miles of sidewalk and then put in good condition every foot of bad roads iti the coun- ty. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 October 1908

/ J X H Ito JHerald enlrrrrt JnnunrvwR, i-mw ,or lh>- Kilo. Tex# iwsloffk «• as Sec o ■ 'Mil MulU-r v i of Congress, Marchs. i 79 VoM'MK VIII ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 190$. Number 45 f fill tones, "Let it here! I'll get it!" LETTER FROM WILL ARRANT, ;nre, Hearing the edge of the tions and passengers getting Estkro FhA. Oct. x iqu8 l'le w*iar^ n ^lu plunged into J on and off, Fioridians appear •\lio7icriu!'' '* ' l'le vvatcr 'leac^ foremost. As to be a prosperous, happy peo- they arose alongside the ship! pie. We have rainy seasons they are disagreeable for a cunc! right time, but a few days after the I couldn't: rains cease everything is lovely understand, until the passen- in most places. The land is gers began to toss money into1 sandy and water soon soaks the water. It was interesting in. The rivers and creeks are „ , c, to see them dive for the money,' beautiful, with clear water.l ship Concho Sept, 16 at 1:3° and they got it every time be^ Fort Myers is a nice town f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 October 1908

■ if "i ', ,U. mm* A^« ;-4 •J , | m i I > i •A V- ! ! V I tt Ttli; ALTO HERALD T. M. McCL'JRE, Proprietor. ALTO. KX AS Chief g (lor Mill will ml Moreld ■ TifitkilC' tii : The cr.M! is I IOWIIS. HI.' Ii' Willi (iii". .iii) In havt lid lies lllll-u: in!'.'v a- a (Ii i2< "j ■ enough KING PETER CAUTIOUS 1RAINMAN SHOT; TWU NtGKOES HANGEU LAKLb 10 GUL> WATERWAY CONVENTION ENGLAND'S SECRETARY ADMITS FAVORABLE RECEPTION OF RUSSIA'S REQUEST. JREAT UNEASINESS CAUSED "All In favor please rise, ' say The uvea I r. ot apple dumplings ; 'lie llaltinioii Hun Men will li ■■ to buy the dominion (if tiie ai. wi'li l;i' oil That was how iln land v.i . win arid tie' se;i And now con, Me pigskin turtle i In divert attention from the game ol saving Ihe coir 11 y—Huston Herald Nu one ohje i i gown iirovliled li the lower part o: noil. to the ill mini re floes Ho' look s if it hud caught on a "Xo woman who W'-urs n r.ii ."-hall heroine my wife says an Ohio col hen professor ltougli on ruts. lor :■...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 October 1908

- -Mmwi i m A SUDDEN COLD. M THE WEEK'S EPITOME m ^UERBIER Mlafl II« lon SonorMcr, of HI 5 Main St., fit, •YiiMphi Mich., write* an intoreiillng letter «>n tlio nubject of mtchlnc cold, which cannot fall to bno( value to all vrouicu nho vutcli cold easily. SUDDEN GOLDS. It Should be Taken According to Directions on the Bottle, at the First Appearance of the Cold. Sr. Joseph, Micii., Sept., 190!. — T,!isl, winter I caught 11 sudden cold which developed Into an unpleasant catarrh of Hie head ami throat, tlcpriviiiR me of my appetite aud ustiul pooil spirits. A friend who hud been curid V,y I'enina advised me to try it and I sent for a iuittie utoncv,and I am fjlad tosay that in three days the phlegm hud loosened, and 1 felt better, my appetite returned and wilhiu nine clays I was in my usual good hen It It. —Miss Helen Kauerbier. l'orunaisan old and welltried remedy for colds. No woman should Ih<. with- out it. An Inopportune Query. "Kor whom do you InUnd to vote at lite -next e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 October 1908

*1 -A- / This Store Wants Your Trade! fV i 'A?.-* •*L.*' >,'«: x-.i ,w •X-: . .-■< >• <* >r- $5 §& vr" *;>r We ~ . r T~ ' "in We arc showing Larper Assortments of Seasonable Merchandise ^*V Are Striving for ijlt^er OUSlllCSS ,han ever' and if Ihe power of LOW PRICES, Correel Styles and s treatment count, we mSn to get a share ol your patronage. We>c going to put our best efforts to the front this season by showing ^ Courteous r the most handsome line of Dress Materials in the town :V- .i'.-i (Xv Tl> S li.gh Elaboration Marks ihe ress Thought of I he Season Our showinp ranks first for their original style, grace end beauty. i.v, 4,'V< V"V, 'v.v latcslj'in 'p$ And ahead of all competition arc the styles to be seen here. Our showing ranks first for their original style, grace . ... fabrics and fashions' in all the leading shades of Navy Blues, Browns, Dark Reds and Greens, not-opt ol tne boxes ha- a week, arc here or your gv \L" approval. A earcful inspec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 October 1908

/ / h:l <4 K y. S ^ B« B H II *l ■ ...... Stylish New Fa I Our Trimming Department Is turning out some of the most beautiful creations in S : • t FP X_ T-Io-,4.,, „1 • a (i._ .. \VT- • ,1 . 2- s ate.'- <xrs*vnfz team Head wear ever shown in Alto We are ^ivino- this 6 o )u haven't seen our Hats, you money on your pur- St *2 department special attention, and our success is shown best by our sales book <£ If you haven't seen our Hats, |S ycTu should do so at once uA dollar saved is a dollar made/' and if we can save y< chases, why not let us do so m , * M« - :;GoatS The new semi-fitting; Coats in all colors and sizes—Coats that are shown in all the larger cities s- Jg mnuwmmummwa at a larger price We have them at prices that yDu can afford «.£ Bring the children Special •5 attention has been given for the Children's Coats, and we have what you want s- is Ladies' Skirt® No more worry about that Skirt being made too long, too short or too narrow £• -[2 iii' 4 iiwniwiimnn nivi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 October 1908

jgawvpembi / ' * n i ■> S;!r ¥ '■ ,y t J i. V \ * Farmers Educations! —AN!)— Co-Operative Union Of America hi iai, 11 i;t it Put It Of, Awhile WlinL's Hie awful in It aliDin i' WIiim'o'm ilio in-i;iiii ni'i'ii S Ik mi 111 i "ild il now v i (Imilit i Very much ui<U•< < 1 I'll lake (Inn for duo rofli < i inn, 1.1 ■! il f(0 on till I ':m ;i lil.1 In < ii tiiiir.h' r i ii 'ii, I'm il olf v, liili "Ilu it now?' Well. i hTiim- id. Tliiil won'l. ilu In: i .i l fonnidiT Ili;ii ii" 'in i« \\nil :i liii i'lul 11 I'm ;iv< < to Mi!l|i lii'iiMiili:, .ltimiilni;' not my : I ,\ I< TiniK i" wasloil in ir. i: ion--. I'ul i off I'wliili- ''iiiiiinnliiiifiv. <ull for action Now and then |ici 11;111 iKiiiiK things fiiiv-' untisfiiciion To ;i h;t of iliap:. I might "(In ii flow' aid i n> i'. Ah It ii., I imill- l.iilci oii'ii (l,i iii,i> ;, do il I'ul il off awhile Tremendous Movement. I want lo ini|)r<" upon you. nth- tit4*n, ii!' noici in Mi pti ,ii'iii ln ui]>...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 October 1908

I Y IT PAYS TO KNOW HOV/. T" John Sharp Williams Tells the Where, lore of Big Salaries. Hi'.ll u ilozon southern ni"iiit)fra wtr« gathered fn * Democratic cloak iDotii of tin? house of representatives .at u rccent session of congress, swap- ' jiJiik yarns and discussing politics and subjects of world Interest generally, when some one observed: "If in remarkable to what gro:it magnitude the foes of successful cor- poration lawyers attain nowadays. In nine eases out of ten the attorneys render only n few moments of serv- ice; yet they are paid therefor enor- mous sums of money." John Sharp Williams, tile Democrat- ic floor leader, nodded In assent. "The solution of such an extravagant situa- tion," ho replied, "is In the fact that while the lawyers may render but slight service, apparently superficially, their work Is founded on such a solid ly founded knowledge has - that their counsel is worth the money, and per- haps more. "J can illustrato better by telling you of an experience I ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 October 1908

Lmv . 'mjmimvmvt ■ eVc t o e VaVir s'bVcVVs s c easWs da e i eVsVf t«W * i¥*« •V«Vf t * i b¥*•l/WW« 11 sWiWiW^^. J ■ I 1 I | You Want What You Want K^-aangi^ir-iTagy?tz>?. ..tiBMfaa^JJi^-'JaraaaaBHHiaBsai I When You Want it s e« v,* ra r *;u w -\2 / I ' y-1 And \vc want to supply your wonts, but will not do so unless you want pood poods. Now the Stove Season is right here, and it witl be A GOOD STOVE you'll want'-vwhether it be a Cook Stuvc, a Range or a Heater, There is cai/onc "BEST" Stove made, and that's the celebrated Bridge, Beach & Company >r—and we arc exclusive agents lor them. We have them *« m } ' ' M 7 I make—v-AipcM'— — „ all the tin-ic^tnat's our busincss^and il you want a Stove, come in and see us, and you.U not go away wanting along this particular line !a mu 11 fM fe B lv/£ 1 X / y , jr v,-'^"! fs O, & • V, '■>c The Hardware and Stove Men of Alto eti ■« c* Ml «3. runrjr.*#■►• -rmm r <rsj c 'r Letter from Will Arrant [Concluded from First Page] My...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 October 1908

//AJ*** '^^p. ps lEl i «/, «Xbe Hlto IHerald. Cnlcrrd Januarvug,'i90l,()Hhc )tllo, TcxoI'ostofflcc osSc.^ < .n-.: <iii riutu-1 Artoi Cimures* PlnrrM. iir/o Volume VIII ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 190S. Number 46 ■ > m , \ When you buy Clothing, you want the kind that wear well, look well and are of the latest eut, It does not pay the buyer to pur- chasc a shoddy Suit, and it is an injury to the merchant who sells it. Therefore, wc cannot afford to offer shoddy goods. The Majestic Make of Olothes Stylish, Wetf Made Clothing for Cool Weather Comfort THAT IS Majestic Make k Cost no more than the ordinary kind, but they fit neater, are of a little better fabric, give longer service and arc of superior ap' fcj pearancc than most other brands you buy from the store. Come in and see them, even if you are not ready to buy. ]*r Finest Line of Children's Clothing in the Town ^ We have devoted a great deal of attention towards securing a gocd line of Clothing for the children, an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 October 1908

nmi 'if ! i I M' N t I I il THE ALTO HERALD PIERCE PETITION DENIED 'T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO. - TKXAS r- HIGHEST U. S. TRIBUNAL TAKES ACTION ON CASE OF OIL MAGNATE. GIRL SHOOTS HER FATHER. Rather Than Obey, 17-YearOid Girl Ufes Pistol. Taylor, Tex., Oil. 17.—On the 1 | ry lloch farm. In I" Turkey Creek I community, fi\ Yellowstone park Is becoming a' most us unsafe as if it were a grea' city. An Infant weighing 2(1 pounds was born at Shewano, Wis., Ih<* other day Who can think of an appropriati name for him'' THE STATE WINS CONTENTION Every American must respect the army uniform and the navy uniform but lie cannot respect the man wh< wears it when that man proves him self unworthy Extradition Has Already Been Grant- ed—Pierce Goes to TEXAS. Washington. Oct. 20. Henry Clay Pierce, head of the Waters Pierce Oil (Company, will have to go to Texas to A shortage ,,r chorus girls was re answer the Indh tment of the Travis porteii lately in New York, and now County Grand Jury ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 October 1908

fil lifai. i j r m 4t*> t 4HM| MNI ||RPPe . / "•• j, J Fl JOtlN HENRY ON WOMEN And POKER BY GEO. V. HOBART, ("HUGH M'HUGH.") Hear Butich: Say, Hunch. I don't think women have any business play- ing poker, anyway—that is moBt women. There are a few cheerful exceptions, of course. Take Monday evening for example. George liiggnby dealt, and 1 being next, passed. Then we waited while Maude said to Peaches, "Oh! yes, I think a bodice trimmed with moire antique and with white chiffon over the cor- sage la perfectly stunning, but I want to get a house dresa of green silk with lace insertion—oh, did you Bee Mrs. Wilson's new automobile coat? If she isn't a perfect fright; well, 1 hope—" "Pass! Pass! Pass!" I yelled. Then Mrs. Ixirrenz, paying no at- tention to us, unburdened herself to "Passl Pais! Pasil" I Yelled. Peaches: "And do you know, our new cook lost one of my handsome silver apoons that's been In our family for generations, and I didn't dare say any- thing to her about It, beca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 October 1908

- j ■ h*-^ w4* ' ,.?vvy„.- • JMNj Sir mmwm f Gentlemen's Correct Clothes,. Tt-~ K1.1 • -i .W1) X': V.1 •X": .*.• ..■ Tcj": w? X': ■"re-: T& ;V-' ■ " ft* .v.' . * TC! :v 1 V-.V ; 7v ''H' . L* t U . >-* . t 76: M.f 7£: >■•..■* > • -> \C: •T& >" * Te-: •"*l_v £l,- ^TBWIHh ■ . - T( % ift! \li • ; i.Yv--. rM''1 " I VS>. ,w,f w *41 ftCHLOtt B'lf* fc CQk I mr Ctolh«% !* •• D|i;.mb't ii'fl '•> f«f* "••ST !V ? Stylish, Well Hanging Clothes Command Attention f*V- There is just as much difference in CLOTHING as there arc in people. Some are expressive < in their general «:'£ appearance—they have Character, Distinctive Clothes cost no more than the ordinary kind^tis simply in the '£!v judgment of selecting the Style. Design, Finish, Workmanship and Material''•"they all contribute to tlie cesircd v-jv effect, The economy oi Good Clothes lies in their longer service and superior appearance. Our Clothes arc the t.'.y result of the Tailoring Ar{( applied by Tailoring...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 October 1908

• s*p HV . / . A .' ^mWiVWVA ^V«VtfW^V^W VWWWW^toWfWWkVAW VWWWW«IIVfVsV V«'.V8Vi MWil .YdW, Y*W mViW. W«W«W."yWWW ...€ 0 R § £I S«. '■a ' to a :5 I . £# . La /V V HENDERSON Fashion form Corsets '-miS&v The Newest and Most Advanced Models./ft Every Corset under the trade- mark Henderson is guaranteed to be a perfect fit under this label, which stands for quality and correct shape «.* We Carry a Varied Line of Models That we strongly recommend as being the best Corset values in the ma:~ ket today >:% We draw special attention to the tact that the line embraces the Best of the Season's Novelties in Inexpensive corsets The workman- ship and design is of the highest standards Prices 55 cents to $2 L$&g ir, HENDERSON Fashion Form >. Corsets' | Our Millinery Deparment All the leading ideas in shapes and materials are correctly ^ represented in our matchless collection of Trimmed ^ Hats.^The entire display is marked by a diversity that ra broadens the possibility for the stude...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 October 1908

wgm ■A,., J \ i i\ ! k : I i i i w H. ,) FOR SICK THE WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. news from everywhere 'J.YDIA E. PINKHAM No other medicine has been so successful in relieving the suffering of women or received so many gen- A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. I.ro Hull mid Cecil Hall were both killed in a difficulty near Median with another man Sunday. In a wreck on the llock Inland near ; Yukon, Okla , last Friday, forty-one ! persons were mure or le-.a seriously In- jured. Prospects fin mi interurhan railway from North Kurt Worth via Sprlnglown land Azle in Mineral Wells were never brighter The Russian cruiser Oleg, which wen; ashore off l.ibau last Monday is still hard aground Efforis are bolnsr fade to lighten her by removing her uino testimonials as has Lydia K. guns. I'iiik hum'sVcgi'tuhleCompound.I c0I1d„(.t0|.<• K,.ndall of the Yazoo In every community you will lind Vl .. . •i i i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 October 1908

mttirn *** ' / * WMmaBwiw THREE WEEKS. V Brought About a Remarkable Change. Mrs. A. J. Davis of Murray. Ky„ Bays: "When I began usiiiK Doan's Kidney IMIls, kid- ney disease was slowly poisoning me. Dizzy spells ulmost made ine fall, sharp pains like knife thrusts would eatoli me in the hark, and finally an altaek of prip left me with a constant agoniz- ing backache. Doan's Kidney fills helped me quickly and in three weeks' time there was not a symptom of kidney trouble remaining " Sold by all dealers 50 cents a box. roster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. SEASIDE SILHOUETTE. Humorously Worded Rebuke. Theodore I . Roberts had a fluent command of language, both In speak- ing and writing, and was well liked by everybody. He could secure the attention of a negligent publisher if | need be. To one such, who was re- miss about sending vouchers, be onco closed up a long letter with the sen- tence: "And, llnally, my dear sir, permit me to say that it would be easier for a camel to ride into the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 October 1908

'.iiWSJQ? pMM I r i / N ■L I f ^ •WXtisrw- \ For Sliot-Gun Shooters ! They have won their popu- larity by their superior merits. The most successful shots use them. For Game or Trap Shooting they have no ecjuiU. mhiiii ni i t«*-• •**- t\>~~rav%m*mxT*r.'-aaujbmeiso«.i It Wouldn't Catch Voles. "In your campaign talks," said the idealist, and in your private conversation, too, you must tell people only the sim- ple, direct truth." •'Do you know," returned the candidate, thoughtfully, "I don't believe people would vote for a man who seemed as ill natured as all that." Best in Existence. "1 sincerely believe, all tliiiiRs considered, Hunt's LinlnninK Oil is the most useful and valuable household remedy in existence. For cuts, burns, sprains and insect bites it lias ii" equal so far as my experience ROes.' ti. J".. Hunting The Hunting Season Opens NOVEMBER FIRST Wc arc headquarters for the best makes of Guns and Ammu' nition. Loaded Shells in black and smokeless powder for any guage gu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 October 1908

* ■< -*m f / * . / . JfflH11 S KuUvrd JanmivwH, ittoi, at Hu- ,1lto, Tcwt PoMoffVr. as.".- < <ii'i i>i«ii rioMi-iA< ! of Cnwrrsv March3. i*7< volume \ III ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBKR 30, 1908. Numher 47 t A THAT IS Majestic Make $ Stylish, Well Made Cloth tog for Cool Weather Comfort When you buy Clothing, you want the kind that wear well, look well and are of the latest cut, It docs not pay the buyer to pur- ^ chase a shoddy Suit, and it is an injury to the merchant who sells it. Therefore, we cannot afford to offer shoddy goods. fcy The Majestic Make of Clothes I; Cost no more than the ordinary kind, but they fit neater, are of a little better fabric, give longer service and are of superior ap-- \j pcarance than most other brands you buy from the store. Come in and see them, even if you arc not ready to buy, j*r Finest Line of Children's Clothing in the Town ^ y Shoes for Men, Women and Children The celebrated Hamilton^Brown make The largest Shoe Factory in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 October 1908

Life i/ 11 N !l i t i* j# ,i/4fS s, \mX_ THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. 'AUSTRIA iS SUPPORTED GROOM KILLtT: BRIDE SAVED. c. Ai/r< . NATION CANNOT ACCEPT PRO TKXAS j GRAM OBJECTED TO BY TEXAS HEWS HEMS year tell hi 1 l|0 | i 11'! 10 |l. Ml llll lll'S. The m> tural buildi lie known i ill' oltlols ill Texas. A fir I' I in Tyler jiiinncil \ i.-itoi s i i llii! liiglil I''. .1 .1 \niniiiu, I ion as a In a hor- I'lictl ))•';!\ iest rains of (In. 'ui i Worth Thin -day. ion I mm : :;j(i a. in. amounting to lire in llii' ng! .nil* has li-<l to n hat iiii: t; iv ill'ill hv till! ' 'il p.- . \ ,v M ('ollfiri m' FRIENDLY COUNTRY. COMPLETE HARMONY IS URGED Official Information on Stand Taken By Germany in Balkin Controversy. n: Inn n turn i 'ongrt -- In \ anil most of lo their homes -lav Berlin. 11 ncjoiu \ miiiii ronffivn ■ I" Bu.-siun I I, \ n >>11 it ml new .- : -e> tile r>'-nits of 1 lit' .i ei'li M I sWnlsk v. the • Ii iifit Minister, anil ai'inei ;.l, ( hap...

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