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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 November 1908

living gold of wheat field Sensations of a Ride Through thi Miles of Moving Grain. Take a look at the wheat field thai has been brought up to perfection, ai It s'anris. Yellow asgold, with the sheen of the sea.blllowlngfrowskyllne to sky lino like an ocean of gold, where th« wind touched the rippling wave-cresti with the tread of Invisible feet. In California, In Oregon, In Washington, In Dakota, in the Canadian northwest, yoo may ride all day on horseback through the wheat fields without a break In the flow of yellow heavy- headed grain. No shade trees. No knobs and knolls and hills and hollows of grass or black earlh through. From dawn till dark, from sunrise In a burst of fiery splendor over the prairie hori- zon to sundown when the crimson thing bangs like a huge shield of blood In the haze of a heat twilight— you may ride with naught to break the view between you and the horizon but wheat—wheat. It is like the gold fields. It goes to your head. You grow dizzy looking at It. You...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 November 1908

f> ■ . | H Tfimti fflfcftTVMp- -?.X Mr*, f V'.'i. <V>*;•>'; V- K-.-.xr, -T:< ■ "*• fit 1 J * I? I i /% A r . ns«' i iy B © '* ~ / .1 ti' r4EK."C35a«BSta«BL. :-3aHSa&>«BnBanu Do You Want to Win a Valuable Prise? If So, Enter the Great Counting Contest of the W. A. LEYHE PIANO CO, S§*3 iv -j \r*fhG& J5L.*V JTSi GUS. UIVSX &&U o\r ci 11 w vs i:i> kim; \t,s; piano, v.\t.n:i> \t $ir> as imust ptuze. a ii m>homm ftt.VI six <H TWH KIMS'.\!.! OIKiAX, Hl-N'30\'0 PIJ1Z12 AMI A I INK $100 KIM11AI.1. OIM. \X AS •riiii:i> r,;:. !' a %:> o;u pki/.ks amoi wriN't; ix VALl'k to «-i,uou.ou is okdek ok mkiut 3HAIvl.NO V (.'IIANO TOTAIj ok $5,<>00.0(>. Remember it co-,1:; noiliiny tn try except use of your brr.ins. Our reason for distributing these valuable prizes Is we ire m&mmm for mice grade pianos With the cheapest lands in j Texas, considering the great variety of crops adapted to; them; the abundance of tiin-1 ber for all purpose...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 November 1908

rm PIK ftnU'rrd JaniKUVhiX, inoi ,«l llus Alio, Tcxn Poslofflce asSeowliwss Mull Mo iter Ac I of Coiiom.v fHrrh.v i /!i i/ ■# Voi.UMK 111 ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2<>, uoS U >v^L j^Ss* ^-3l J5^k £*** ISU*. i-4*. /<* - X /j. -X ,«A^iL /ij TO GET ™*Allfr II e, Ht and Service 'T O QUOTE the old adage, "Be sure you're right then go ahead," means be sure you get yourself 0 t pjtr of HAMILTON-'BROWN SHOES then go ahead and wear them to your entire satisfaction. T/ Hamilton-'Brov/n Shoes not only look better, wear Better and feel better, but they give to any foot a £*r better appearance than any others offer, In all styles and sizes at most moderate prices, 1/ fc i AMERICAN GENTLEMAN SHOE For Men and Youths, Easy Wearing and Stylish AMERICAN LADY SHOE The Best Shoe on Earth for Ladies and Misses J The Largest Stock of Children's Shoes of Any House in the Town! ^ Come in and inspect these goods. We are exclusive dealers of tr-ese celebrated Shoes, and back of every pair is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 November 1908

I I t _ -255^5; SUMMARY OF THE WEEK T. M, McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO. FX AS 1EXAS NEWS ITEMS A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOB BUSINESS PEOPLE Morn than forty cars of cattle have been shipped from San Angelo thj v.Ti'k an.I more are to lie loaded out a Carefully Digested and Condensed lie fore the close of the week. St. Compilation of Current News The 1'liited Benevolent Assoc!a- Domestic and Foreign. tion lias m riilcd to erect a tliiee-j ]%arlv in next year a sash, door and story building in the conter ol I'oit Sf.ro|j factory will be in operation in Worth, the lot and .structure to cost S,U| \,,^,.1,,. ^ The Y. W. C. A. closed in Dallas Win. Hatfield, arrested in Texas , Sunday what is considered the most and alleged to he Dunham who kill-; successful conference ever held by ed six persons in San Jose, will lie ! that organization. released in a day or two, according John Lipari, the young man who to the authorities, Fire of incendiary origin at 8...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 November 1908

rma .w iir OP l\v r- r- to >11 is i- s. 1- r k f is f f li V t; * \ joriN riCNRY ON THE DRUMMER BOYS BY GEO. V. HOBART, ("HUGH M'HUGH.") Dear Hunch: In that, crowd of swift drummer boys going New Yorkward In the Mr. Pullman's sleep-wagon yester- day, one of the speediest was Buck Jones. Buck's wife and a three-year-old wore traveling with him. but he wasn't giving It out through a megaphone. Ruck Is one of those goose-headed guys who begin to scratch gravel and start in to make a killing every time they seo a pretty girl. Across the aislo seat sat two pet canaries from Plalnfield, N. J. They were members of the Sou- bretto Stinging society, and they were en route to the west to Join the "Bunch of Birds Burlesque Company." Their names were Millie and Tillle, and they wore Merry Widow hats, and did a sister act that contained more bad grammar than an East Side pin- ochle game. Millie was fully aware that she could back Duse off the map, and Til- lle wns ready to bet a week's salary...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 November 1908

i ( A L 1 PORTANT MILLINERY NEWS J =A CLOSING OUT MILLINERY SALES n y t A/"E DESIRE TO ANNOUNCE to the V? VV we will offer for the remainder of — . - i_ • ±\ ■ A yl0N BELOW REGULAR PRICES. While we have already enjoyed a splendid Millinery business this ft * ladies of Alto and vicinity that in order to close out our entire: stock.of MiUmenr rOOD^It T BIG REDUO the season OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF TRIMMED HATS AND MILLINcRY GOODS at a BIG RLDUO Jg ;i_ i—a,, a enl.>nrtul Millinerv business this season, yet pur stock is so complete tnat ^ ^ " Anv Lady Car: Without Difficulty Be Stylishly and Becomingly Suited from the Immense Collection of Hats ^ we arc now showing. Remember, this will be your ehanee to saye money on your Millinery Buying lor the reminder of the ecoscn. So do not fail to ruve us a i Some New Arrivals This Week I Novelty Dress Materials, Belts, Combs, Hand Bags, Neckwear, Stick Pins, Belt Pins, oT/\R BRAND SHOES ARE: BETTER For Men, Women and Children, ' the latest lasts a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 November 1908

SQf . 1.1— . Ml. IUJI--J ^wwwmvuwwwwwMwwwMwvvwuwywwvtJWWMwywvMWWWiVtvvwwyvuwvvywvkvwMwyvvwywywMm'wwwywuw^ OUR CLOTHING is SNAPPY, .STYLISH and UP-TO-DATE! For Mpn and Young Men, Made from Materials whicn Give Every One Satisfaction £= Superb Clothes have for years been noted for these very characteristics, and we 5? still hold them high above Qther well known makesitfjust thine hr a moment, haven't % you worn a Superb Suit some time in the past? Didn't it give you satisfaction? IP Wasn't it the best Suit you ever bought for the price? If so, then call tor "Superb." £ The number of well dressed men that leave our store with these Suits is a sure sign P that there's something in the name Superb & Our Clothing is all reduced in price <£ It £ means bargains for you—get our prides *£*&%&*&&& 5 Overcoats-Just the Thing for Cold Weather| FROM $5 TO $15 | Let us supply your wants at a cheaper price then any other house S: i 5 At Os\r\j- I AftA TL.n Pi-\rk4"l °ur e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 November 1908

|,-i-iiy cmii I, "■■■!tnAi.. I I 1 M ■ K * WSk?-.. I The Pumpkin Dy John gneenlkar Wmitticr H !—on Thanksgiving Day, when front East and from IVest, From North and from South come the pilgrim and guest. When the gray-haired Sen' Englander sees round his board The old hrnk'it lin!i.i if affection restored. When the Mrc-irearied man seeks his mother once more. And the worn matron smiles where the gill smiled before, What moistens the lip and what brightens the eye? What calls back the past, like the rich Pumpkin pic ? NOT EXACTLY Jsm liii> a 'm *'.nrin^'. Sins unto tin' l-ord with thanksgiving. — T'salm H7: I1ANKSGIVING is one of our highest and holiest duties. There are in the ip>)WtlX Scriptures more com- uiiinds and enlls to praise than to prayer. Yet few duties are more frequent- ly neglected^ than this. There are many people who are always coming to Clod with requests but who do not come {o. JUm with thanksgiving after thoir requests have been granted. Ten lepers once cried...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 November 1908

\ / A SURGICAL OPERATION oooooooooooooooooooooooooo I BED-BOUND KOR MONTHS. If there is any one thintf that a woman dreads more than another it is a surpical operation. We can state without fear of a eontradietion that there are hun- dreds, yes, thousands, of operations performed upon women in our hos- pitals which arc entirely unneces- sary and many have been avoided by LYDIA E. PINKH AM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND For proof of this statement read the following letters; Sirs. Barbara Base, of Kingman, Kansas, writes to Mrs. Pinkham: " For eight years I Buffered from tho most severe form of female troubles nnd was told that an operation was my only hope of recovery. I wrote Mrs. Pinkham for advice, and took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and it has saved in}• life and made me a well wouiau." Mrs. Arthur R. House, of Church Road, Moorestown. N. J., writes: "I feel it is my duty to let peoplo know what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound has done for me. I suffered from female tr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 November 1908

m I I I I I C0UHI1N6 CONTEST Gim Away $5 000.00 KIf$!le to Counters " ' PKI/.IA Do You Want to Win a Valuable Prize? If So, Enter the Great Counting Contest of the W. A. LEYBL PEAMO CO. Awarded as Fellows: ONE ClCIdCnitATED KDIHALIj PIANO, VAMJED AT $150 AS FIRST l'ltlZE. A HANDSOME) JSI -.0 SIV OCTAVE KnaiALti OHC.AN, SEOOXI) PRIZE ANI) A PINE $100 KIMBAfX OHOAN AS x:nni) l-iti'/E and otihcii rui/Es amounting in value to pi.aoo.oo in ordi uok meiut making a grand TOTAI, OK $5,000.00. Remember it costs nothing to try except use of your brains. Our reason for distributing these valuable prizes Is WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR HIGH GRADE PIANOS 'c# • * r | i -T' ■■■ ^ • r • \. *o0"• ••!♦V#Vf* KIMBALL PIANO W. A. Leyhe Piano Co.: Tho number of dots la Name .Street No ... T Tprlght—Square—Organ Name of instrument City State W. A. LEYHE PIANO CO. West Ferguson Street TYLER. TEXAS A- 1 we wmt to bo thoroughly and fnvorably known throughout tlio state As dealers in but one quality. and'that .J")...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 November 1908

enlivrd JuniiarvuS, 1901,at ihe Alto. Toxapostoffkv <^Si" ,wicmssrtnllMuttorActof Cofvorcs.v rtnreh J, 11170 VOLI'ME VIII ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1908. Number ^2 A Caprrichto.l. a. & Cm, Why Not Get the Best? r IT'S GOOD BUSINESS to present a good business appearance—to look the part A great i many men who regard their appearance as part of their capital, wear MAJESTIC 14 brand of Clothing, It's a good habit to have, too, if you value style, fit and satisfaction. Va Every Suit sold under a full guarantee. Come In and look over our new and exclusive patterns in Suifs and Overcoats for ^ Menand Youths Who Wear Correct CSothes * Our Stock of Boys' Suits is the Largest and Cheapest in w Town. Mothers Appreciate a Store Like Ours r Overcoats, Suits, Shirts,, Underwear 5 well as every other article of Men's, Youths' and Children's Wear. It will pay you eo fT As well as every get our prices, for you can save money by buying from us. Robert M. fisher Meeting of Alto Truck G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 November 1908

■1 "I" " ' i >ii ■ TjajH' in i I i Farmers Educational —AND— Co-Operative Union Of America Tliis woman says she was saved from an operation by Lydia 15. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Lena V. Henry, of Norristown, Ga., writes to Mrs. l'inkham: " I suffered untold misery from fe- male troubles. My doctor said an opera- tion was the only chance I had, and I dreaded it almost as much as death. "One day I read how other women had been cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I decided to try it. Before I had taken the first bottle I was better, and bow I am en- tirely cured. "fevery woman suffering1 with any female trouble should take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera- tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, perio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 November 1908

tr-T' t2.oo THE GREAT-TEXAS MAP OFFER Best News and Educational Offer Ever Made in Texas THE TRI-WEEKLY ATLANTA CONSTITUTION -AND The Alto Herald together with the superb West, East and South Texas Large-Scale IVIaps, bound together with metal strip and hanger for reference as the best wall map of Texas. Each section 21 by 29 inches. ALL FOR ONLY TWO DOLLARS The Tri-Weekly Constitution Monday. Wednesday, Friday, three J times • week. The newsiest, best, brightest, and biggest Great Southern Newspaper. One Dollar a Year Almost a Daily, yet the price of a weekly. or The Weekly Constitution—twelve pages once a week, with each of the above (cxccpt that The Weekly Constitution is substituted for the Tri-Weekly)—all for one year for only .$1.65 The Tri-Weekly Constitution presents at one sweeping view the whole area of events. The news of the country, state, nation, and the world is given in each complete issue. Each week the departments of Farm and Farmers, W tnan's Kingdom, Great Agricu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 November 1908

-S5*A.. ' " -*u ' 1 •. I I * i IMPORTANT MILLINERY NEWS ■ X^LOSENO OUT MILLINERY SALE > 1 iUIN tSEL^JW IVEAJUl^TUV w U11L VTt llOYl untuuy u ojjiwiwiw v. 7 , - - A . g Any Lady Can Without Difficulty Be Stylishly and Becomingly Suited from tho Immense Collection of Mars v wc are now showing. Remember, this will be your chance to save money on your Millinery Buymg for the remainder of the season. do net Jj!r ^ fail to give us a call— — Some New Arrivals This W@@kH-~H ^ Novelty Dress Materials, Belts, Combs, Hand Bags, - v* ^ Neck\^rear, Stick Pins, BeH Pins, \ ^ STAR BRAND 3HOE3 ARE BETTER- —For Men, Women and Children, We have them in all - \f ' the latest lasts and materials- 3 . BLANTON'S CASH STORE . TITE ALTO HERALD M ? C L U R E ft M?CLURE EDITORS AND PUBLISHESS Farmers' Union Phone 24 Cole Phone 9 Mrs. W. H. Taft is some- what of a foxy politician, her- self. She has announced her ^dvoca^y, of women's right to the ballpt, but took good care to, say nothing about it until af...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 November 1908

PEP* > N ' ^ ' 41 | The Greatest Sale on Clothing Now On j | Beginning Saturday, November 28 Suits in medium stouts and slims, Youths' and f Children's, in all sizes*# Also a matchless collection of Trousers^ Five hundred pairs of 3 Trousers to go at some price Our Clothing is all new, of the latest patterns, and the S: styles cannot be equalled anywheres We give you an inkling below of the discount Si • a* £ ** x* a® Ail S20 Suits are now $16 00 All 18 Suits are now..... 14 00 All 15 Suits are now 12 50 All 12,50 Suits ore fiow 10 00 All 10 Suits are now 1 JQ All 8.50 Suits are now 7 00 All 7.50 Suits are now .. 5 50 Big Bunch of ODD COATS! FROM $1,50 TO $7 Children's Clothing * us WC, All $5.00 Suits are now $4 GO „ All 4.50 Suifs are now 3 SO £5 All 3.50 Suits are now 3 00 5* - All 3.00 Suits are now 2 50 t All 2,00 Suits are now $ £* 5: All $5.00 Men's Pants now $4 00 All 4.50 Men's Pants now 3 75 All 4XX) Men'e Pants now 3 30 All $3.50 Men'sJPants now $3 00 All 3.00 Men's Pa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 November 1908

• •;ifr? ww''"T"" 'lTr '|-:Tj i' • - ii • 11 Ifim III n III— \)yf- ' * ""*" ' "■ ' 3" vwnKaM .f*3! r; K 1- a I t 'i * I j 8' Husbands, Husbands are the product ,of most civilized countries. They are plentiful in most of the states, being scarcest in f.'tah and in Massachusetts, where each lad)' owns but a fraction ot a husband or none at all. Those owning no njore than a morbid interest in a husband are called old maids. The husband is a wary and elusive animal, fleeing for safety, at the first noise lilce a skirt, to his lair in clubs, offi- ces and other remote caves of his habitat. But he may be cajoled forth by an appearance of indifference pn the part of the trapper, as his curiosity can always be aroused by the strange creature who could re- main immune to his charms. After which he may be easily caught anywhere in broad day- light (though a white night- light or moon calcium is pref- erable), in a trap composed of frou-frou, talcum, golden locks and flatterj'. There is a trad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 November 1908

LEWIS' "SINGLE BINDER." \ band made cisar fresh from the wnipped in foil, Uius keeping i;,;li until Muoki-d. A fresh tlfiar ina'ilr of Kood tobacco in the ideal ..mi,lie. The old, well cured tobaccos ,iso rich in quality thai many who formerly smokeiWOc cigars now Mimke Lewis' Slack- Hinder Straight f,c Lewis' Single Hinder costs the dealer some more than other 5ccigars, lint the higher price enables this fac- tory to use extra quality tobacco. There are many imitations; don't be fooled. There is 110 substitute! Tell the dealer you want a Lewis "Slnglo Hinder." How we dislike to accept a favor from a person we dislike! PE-RU-NA LAST RESORT MR. WM. F. VAHLBERG. Mr. William I'\ Valilberf, Oklahoma City, Okla., writes: "One bottlo of Peruna which I have talieu itid more toward relluving ine of :ui aggravated case of catarrh of the stomach, than years of treatment with the best physicians. I had given up hopes of relief, and only tried Peruna as a lust resort. "I shall continue using it...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 November 1908

... . —■ ■ -■ m inn - mpmumi M l> > *' ■ mSt * ~r, tw. I i \ H i I W I i, ■ i ) f' iSupern New Designs in Exquisite Jewcirut 4 Goods Exchanged or Money Refunded on Any Unsatisfactory Purchase | ^ NO PRICE COULD BE LOW ENOUGH, NO TEMPTATION GREAT ENOUGH, jy TO INDUCE US TO HANDLE ANY GOODS OF A DOUBTFUL QUALITY W v . have a beautiful and well selected line of Jewelry displayed in our Store for your inspection, We will still have more, as we are receiving daily ■- New Patterns of Jewelry and Silverware that will please you for your Christmas Presents. When you make a purchase from us you are assured of w ^ the high standard in the quality, You are dot buying new goods from a new house. You have no risk to run. We take care of your complaints, £ should you have any. We are here fo stay, and to stay with the old reliable LINZ BROTHERS' line of Jewelry K The Lino That Has Always Given Satisfaction, and is Sold to You Under an Absolute Guarantee! i i A A i We can interest you, if yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 December 1908

tLhc Hlto IMerakf ttnlwrd Jnnii(Hv.jS, lorn ,al Ihe AIM, Tcxn I'oslciffloA avSocondCluss Hall natter AcrofOiiuirr^.v- •torch J. ijivi Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1908. Number 1 * V Why Not Get the Best? F IT'S GOOD BUSINESS to present a good business appearance^to look the part A oreat ^ many men who regard their appearance as part of their capital, wear MAJESTIC brand of Clothing. It's a good habit to have, too, if you value style, fit and satisfaction. Every Suit sold under a full guarantee. Come In and look over our new and exclusive patterns in Suits and Overcoats for Menand Youths Who Wear Correct Clothes t Our Stock of Boys' Suits is the Largest and Cheapest in £ Town. Mothers Appreciate a Store Like Ours * Overcoats, Suits, Shirts,, Underwear ^ As well as every other articlc of Men's, Youths' and Children's Wear. It will pay you eo ^ get our prices, for you can save money by buying from us, 81 ConriEbtO.S. G. & Co. Robert M. fisher!; Redlawn Truck Growers M...

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

BIMBMBHMI sT THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ■ I f I I it alto. TEXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Louis, son of (!ranvile W. Davis, of Palestine, while out hunting Thursday was accidentally and fat- ally shot'.. Prospects are for more than one pipe line for naiural gas from the Clav county fields to Dallas and Fort Worth. C. W. Post of Battle Creek, Mich., will sink a test well for oil and gas soon on his land at Post City, in West 'JVxas. i Organied labor will join hands with the Society for the Prevention and Relief of Tuberculosis in the war against the great white plague. An engineering corps of eight men has arrived at Decatur, working on a survey for a gas pipe line from the Clay county iields to Dallas and Port Worth. Lee Davis, the negro who was shot Sunday afternoon in Denison dur- ing an altercation between litrnself and some other negroes, died Wed- nesday night. Ten wagon loads of peanuts from one farm were marketed in Gaines- ville Monday and the entire lot, which had b...

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