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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 February 1909

u 4 TRUSTS CAN'T COLLECT UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT RENDERS A NIMPORTANT DECISION. AWFUL GRAVEL ATTACKS HELD TO BE ILLEGAL CONCERN Sued for $57,000 by Wall Paper Com- bine, Defendants Say Plaintiff Is Trust. Washington, Fob. 2.—The ciiso of the Continental Wall Paper company vs. Lewis Voight & Sons of Cincinnati was Monday decid- ed by the supreme court of the United States in Voight's favor. Suit was brought on a debt of $57,000, the payment of which was resisted on the ground that tne paper company is a trust. In effect the decision holds that nti admitted trust, • organized con- trary to the Sherman anti trust law, can not use the courts to col- lect debts. Justice Harlan's opin- ion dealt in detail with various phases of the ease. It was based on the third defense of Voi^ht, that the company is part of a trust. lie then went on to show that this corporation, if a repre- sentative of the combination, would have the effect of not only restraining but of monopolizing the sale ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 February 1909

7 f \ HE m v 11 I l 'Women sufferers •1:07 < d "515© <« " fil .N R r•■•ftv'l P!' K DON'T " lot, your'If to bo nilsorablo. Y. rfromBi vi'i'ohoiid- '.UVo fl'ir.tin;* B.H'Ils Your liver Herbine k\ *S and b<' frotful? Your I X jr . (In ion. Try Her f, I - j jjroy.t liv.-r i'o;;i!h'tcr. h y"?UR[:S Constipation, B'iionB" (4 , ii" ,, C! i::•:!<.! l over a;;,l >, :.ll Live/ Coiflplainis. , Mrn. 13. C. M< rrlson, lion-,- * ' i ion, 'JVxas. writes: '"I havo ■ i t-uiV I for yoarrt from cover;* !/ •.g boiwliu'lios, nr,d fvt Calnfiiur •r.potlf. f no i-i-lir f until i its il Iioritluo, and vv.!:s <;nnip!"ttly ourod. I utj iL ulwayti." -- PRICE Wc. *- Ballard Snow L?ri?.i«cnt Co. ja 8*. LOUIS, - KISSOUXl. ,v Sold .*u;d Recommended by J. F ALLEN Monument to Mexican Hero, The Mexican govern merit lias appropriated $5,000 for tlie eredtioft of a monument at ]\'ogales, Sonora, to the mem- ory of Jesus Garcia, an engi- neer, who lost his life in sav- ing the lives of others. On the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 February 1909

na ch ie it, r 5 or ?n th of in is te 1 ■y •c 1C ?- jf :d' d w i- -51 o I U V i I \ / % ■-— tSSfc (Tbe Blto Herald. entered JonunrvuS, iooi.iiI I Mr. rtlto, Tcxn Postofflcc osSeconilciuss Mail Mailer Act of Conures* MorrhJ, i sv<> Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1909. Number 10 Legislative Letter Avstin, Feb. 8, 1909. To the Herald: The legislature is moving slowly iu regard to the pass, age of laws, and it is probably best for the state that it make haste slowly. Very few im- portant laws have been passed. The submission amendment was killed in the house: last Thursday, it lacking three votes of having the necessary two thirds. A motion was made to reconsieer the amend- ment, and it can be taken up again at any time, but it is very doubtful whether it will ever receive the necessary two- thirds to pass it. The legislature took its first excursion lastThursday night, returning today. The trip was made to Houston and the San Jacinto battle ground, and all those who ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 February 1909

x THE ALTO HERALD M ! \ T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. Al/l'O, :x.\s TEXAS NEWS ITEMS J a met' 11. Berry, aged T2, and Elvira C. I'ettigould, aged 7IS, were married in Stillwater, Ok., Friday. Fire at 1:30 Thursday morning destroyed six buildings at Center. Lasses are approximated at $'<25,000. What may lead to the diseovery of coul bods within a mile of Chil- dress has been brought to light by prairie dogs. One man was killed and three in- jured at Sour Lake Wednesday by the explosion of a Imiler in the plant of the llardeastle Oil Co. , W. I!. Townsend of Wilbarger county Moiulav assumed the secre- taryship of slate, succeeding William It. Davie of Tom Green county, re- signed. The most disastrous tire vxperi- enced in Charlotte, W. \ a., in '<J4 years early Friday destroyed proper- ty valued at $^,000. The home of Enid Smith, about four niilos south of heAvisville, Texas, was destroyed by tire Fri- day and his mother, Mrs. Adam Smith, perished. Smoke is very heavy at Jackson- v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 February 1909

i?r>u iff Um ttY ,PMCrvm'S MY %W£ -JplH WALTERS ©n # rjscy •/© CAMPBELL COPYA/CHT. ZOO/ QY A C /1\CLU*9G ( CO. M^smm WILSON SYNOPSIS. TiOr l Wilfred Vincent and Archibald Terhune arc Introduced at the opening of the ntory, In Kn^Iand, tho latter relating tho tale. The pair on an outfnK ml s their train and seeking recreation meet "the Honorable Agatha Wyckhoff." whose hand In much sought afters be- cause of her wealth. Five other Agatha Wyckhoffs are introduced. The deceased Htepfather, in an eccentric moment, made his will so that the real Agatha, heiress to his fortune and tho castle at Wye, England, might wed her affinity. Thus Mrs. Armistead, chaperon, was in duty bound to keep the real Agatha's Identity unknown. An attempt by Terhune to gather a clew from the chaperon falls. I'erhune finds old books containing pic- ture of n former Baroness Wyckhoff. which Is exactly like Agstha Sixth, whom he Is courting. Agatha Fifth confesses her love for Vincent and also that she is the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 February 1909

n. MMi I V I * \ >) - ' J ^y^wwwwwww.vrtWW^^vywvWM'rtwwwwwywwwwwwywwkv^vvMWtWA^^^w^wwwywwifiiwv.WifiWVfcfw^ 1 Our FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT f or 19091 | Honesty, Enterprise and Economy :,5 We start the New Year with a splendid showing of Seasonable Merchandise The complete capacity of our :| store has been taxed to the limit to make the yield of the 1909 oiferings the greatest ever presented to the peo- > pie of Alto and surrounding community The commercial dash and aggressiveness that have for years charac- :* terized our matchlesr values were never before so splendidly and unmistakably made manifest in our store We call special attention to our showings in the following: Big line of | Embroideries, Alloyers, Laces in A!! the Season's fewest Patterns, | ALL THE LATEST IN BELTS, BACK COMBS, BARETTES, HAND BAGS, PURSES, Etc :jg Novelty Ruschings in all colors, New Spring Ginghams, Stylish Hats, and Star Brand ShCOS for rS everybody^Drop in and take a look, whether you buy or not ;5 : ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 February 1909

, > . . Iv ii * ' ■>' " 10* ^JfsSAza*.]A Vi^ <£*.^S.*£1. a*SA.i-VK V 4 1 4 I y o . Jt By the consolidation of the Alexander & King and Robert M. Fisher stocks, we find ourselves heavily & \ loaded on Men's, Youths' and Children's Clothing, and must reduce the line, and in order to do so wil( give V % ! A f' s \lfill a!" f By K 7( ° \ i i ... , A '* ^ne *S ^rst"c^ass &°°ds, of ^e very latest weaves and patterns, selected especially for this section, L J* and purchasers will miss rare bargains if they fail to inspect this stock dt <£ y ALL S20 SUITS ARE NOW ALL Si7 50 SUITS ARE NOW ALL SIS 00 SUITS ARE NOW SI3 35 1165 10 00 ALL $12 50 SUITS ARE NOW $7 35 ALL S10 00 SUITS ARE NOW 6 65 AND SO ON DOWN THE LINE k f REMEMBER, WE ARE NOW IN THE SUMMERS & MUSICK BUILDING V K re, 8 Q S** A HI W T"^ A "®" 'T e?p v - N OTIC E Cold Springs Camp, No. 2262 WOODMEN OF THE / ORLD Meets at Cold Springs, 4/ milts west of Alto, 011 the fourth Saturday nights in each 111011th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 February 1909

'1 \ II VI I-i i •I' I / I RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE A Carefully Dlsc3ted .-.nd Condensed Compilation cf Current News Domestic and Foreign. It. has not lu-cn tli'k'rminod wheth- er them will lie any further investi- gation into the eirciiinstnnees of the I n.'teil Statis Steel Corporation's Absorption of the Tennessee Coal and Iron Co. Suine of the members of the subcommittee in Congress feel that the evideneo already adduced is sufficient to warrant & verdict. As soon as he could get the lloor Friday Hepresentative Rai- II ey of Illinois rend to the House the telegram which he received from Charles I'. Taft, in which the brother of the President-elect de- nied that lie had ever had any business association with William Nelson Cromwell or any interest at any time in the Isthmus of Pan- ama. A "special dispatch received in London from can Sebastian, •Spain, says that a terrible earth- quake has devastated several towns and vi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 February 1909

U f .7 Abinet N Her THE SMILING LADY. HICY'RE linnKliiK In our <lfnliiK-rooin, All ranged against the wall. A row of pretty chlnn platen, Plain, fancy, large and small. And there In one among the lot, With glided decoration. That represents a maiden from An Oriental nntlon. Her cheeks are rosy, and her lips Are, I confess, beguiling. But somehow, alio annoys mo with steady, constant smiling. And I prefer 'most any one Of all the plates ndjucent, Because this Oriental dame Is always so complacent. In china, as In real life, The girl Is not worth while. Who wears, with Irritating irrnoe, A11 everlasting smile 1 "Herbs and Simples." There are sonic of us sentimentally Inclined cooks, who never use an herb, never put a bay leaf or bit of Rummer savory Into the pot without some quaint or poetic thought. A line from somewhere pops Into the head— perhaps we sing with Obercn: # I know a bank whereon the wild thyme blows. Maybe we never get beyond that one line, but the refrain comes to u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 February 1909

<* t -A \ k PHYSICIAN'S DIAGNOSIS OF KIDNEY TROUBLE. A Seemingly Common Disease which Becomes Fatal through Neglect and which May Be Readily Cured by Prompt At- tention, More than two-thirds of the annual Heath rate, physicians claim, is directly traceable to kidney disorders. Interested by this remarkable asser- tion and desiriiif; to acquire a better un- derstanding of the origin of the disease, a prominent physician was recently in- terviewed as to the symptoms of euch troubles. "To what do you attribute the great destructiveness of kidney disease?" was asked. "The hold which the disease gains ill the body before the victim becomes aware of his true condition, and the rapidity with which it eats its way into the vita* organs." •'Would not the proverbial 'ounce of prevention' check the progres* of the disease?" "There is no donbt of it. The trouble ij that victims of this disease mistake the symptoms for some trifling ailment in the stomach or bowels; therefore they do nothing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 February 1909

BBS"" ♦ L> "*>'/ tLhe Blto IHeral Cntcrrd JonuurvuS. 1901 ,nl Hit". AlfS. Tcxn Pos toff left asSecmvlQuss "loll Ma I !rr A< I of Oowf s> Mini h.v IB7«> Volume ix ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ig, 1909. Number i i The agricultural appropria- tion bill as it^eaves the house in Washington carries $146,- 470 "for the study aud demon- stration of the best methods of meeting the ravages of the cotton boll weevil" aud ,$42,- 000 "for investigation of in- sects affecting southern field crops, including the cotton boll weevil aud other insects injurious to cotton and Insects affecting tobacco, rice and su- gar cane." The following from the Pittsburg Gazette speaks vol- umes: "Think of Texas ship- ping canned goods to Balti- more and then buying it back! Paying freight both ways, if you please. We perform the senseless stunt with our cot- ton, hogs and cattle. All these are shipped away and we freight them back in dry goods boxes, meat sacks and tin cans. Such a policy is finan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 February 1909

L 1 > t 3 V \ s — / H ffir 1 ^fy ill- THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO. - TEXAS nil I'nr the $5 ISSIH1 >r I hands, bearing I 1-'* t. of IllC <)r- un- bu us WHS St.. Jjoiib of cilv sclicH jut cent inton The board of director Knifllils of I'vtliias Widmvs an phatis' fionic in Woalbcrfon liouuco that I lie building w for in ;i 11 %• ojx'iicd on March 1. While on her way hoino to Sunday Mrs. M. McCrccry, w been visiting in Ward, Ark., robbed of her purse, containing $175, on an Iron Mountain train. Accepting the invitation of tho house of legislature, Mr. Alphonso Steele of Mexia, the sole survivor of the battle of San Jacinto, and Editor N. i\ lloux of the Mexia Evening News, left Thursday for Austin, where Mr. Steele will ad- dress the legislature. Those bothered by "chiggers" and fod ill 0)1(1 n •«•<« rit I'uljolin issued by the Texas Experiment sta- tion at the A. & M. College of in- terest. It is called a Spray Calen- dar and gives formulas of prepara...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 February 1909

v S \r / ILIA !fIODt£TON TYBOVT coprnKMT no7 or jo ufMnccrr CO njfUSTRAn$X> BY RAT WAJLTgRS LS CHAPTER I. if Elizabeth did not indulge In liay tevor every year and consequently liave to be very careful about breath- ing where there is vegetation it would never hnve happened; or, rather, we would not have been mixed up with it. 1 don't know after all whether it was not Gabrielle's gold beads that were to blame just as much as Elizabeth's hay fever; for if the string had not broken everything would have been all right. Gabrlelle and Elizabeth are friends. They know each other's inmost thoughts, and their past lives contain no reservations whatever from one another—which seems a little hard on the men whose pictures they have framed and preserved as relics. I am their friend also, but I still have a few undivulged thoughts, as well as a modest number of reserva- tions. My name is Eliza, but I prefer to spell it Elise, and perhaps I am a little envious of the other two, having lost m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 February 1909

* * / l il 1* « \ ~w ■■ si / I' f I I'f % Our msr ANNOUNCEMENT for1909§ •« , *c cnl •«' «<r" _ Amnesty, Enterprise and Economy :5 We start the New Year with a splendid showing of Seasonable Merchandise ^ 1 he complete capacity of our « si ore has been taxed to the limit to make thz yield of the 1909 offerings th greatest ever presented to the peo- St :5 pie of Alto and surrounding cDmmunit/-.^ The commercial dash and aggressiveness that have ior years charac- ■ ; :J terized our matchlesr values were never before so splendidly and unmistakably mad: manliest in our store <£ & I* We call special attention to our showings in the following: Big line ol S* Embroideries, AS foyers, Laces in Ai! the Season's newest Patterns, |i ALL THE LATEST IN BELTS BACK COMBS F/ F E1TES FItl F/S PURSES, Etc | . „ Novelty Ruschings in all colors, New Spring Ginghams, Stylish Hats, and Star rand ShO0S for everybody^-Drop in and take a look, whether you buy or not Si YOURS FOR MORE BUSINESS w •2 &...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 February 1909

V *?* 4K \/ / ssm-wa-rs,! r v — Mb it,?.. .«,***• v , ^ ^ /"* I^XL •„. £"* B _ "~Er^ ■— )\ 0 >. '■ ^ ^e consolidation of the Alexander & Iving and Robert IV!. Fisher stocks, we find ourselves heavily 'i; ,oackd on Men s, Souths and Children s Clothing, and must reduce the line, and in order to do so wil' give H -s, n$* nss 8Ba«'a * ?{ % 3 a I e) i ALL $20 SUITS ARE NOW $13 35 ) ALL $12 50 SUITS ARE NOW $7 35 ALL $17 50 SUITS ARE NOW 11 65 « ALL SiO 00 SUITS ARE NOW 6 65 ALL $15 00 SUITS ARE NOW 10 00 AND SO ON DOWN THE LINE H ^ * ^kJ2 ^ne *s first-class 'goods, of the very latest weaves and patterns, selected especially for this J and purchasers will miss rare bargains if they fail to inspect this stock .j* ^ inspect section, m REMEMBER, WE ARE NOW IN THE SUMMERS & MUSiCK BUILDING 1* «a—q j| f d, JL,^ K < N OTIC E Cold Springs Camp, No. 2262 WOODMEN OF THE /.ORLD M.ctsat Cold Springs, 4'j miles west <>f Alto, oil tlic fourth Saturday nights in each month. All Woo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 February 1909

, „ - i lfP>1MOTX,l * ■■ ST' " -.4 J \ >> ■_J K ! i > V jt-1' y - i -OTr^- ;) <i: t "THE AHCL5TOAL LAMP5 OF ^Pvls WA3HIMGTOH3. K1NPREP OF THE FIRST PRESIPENT .STILL -RESIPE 1W VIRGINIA — QUAINT FREPERICKS BURG AtSTP ''WARY, MOTHE.R OF GEORGE>' ^ «ANV 1 if I ho kindred of ftrs§j| (V„,w Washington arollv- '™™HI "" HMCes'rn' Innda In W'rsi mot-Hand county, Virginia. Within pistol a\ is\ |,(<l llt ,|)n H|(0 0f ,jie Iiouso in which Washington was born i HJi :ihtim hmi built by William AiiKUsiin Wn:.liln!!i«In, nephew of <•••( :.•>• W.i ' :;111 <hi and son of tleorKe Washington':- «Idt r Itall'-brothor Au K 11stino I <111:1 Washington Hunger- ford, ^rcai Kical-grandnipec of George W liln;;iori, dw 'lis there to-day. Fredericksburg by the Uappahan- nock was ll'i- boyhood home of t;eort;e Washlnglon. Thrie ho attonded s.-hooi In Mr. Hobby, and tbore the apochry- 1 hal cherry tree incident was laid; tiVl'' he subdued the wild colt, mul tli^-Up he threw a silv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 February 1909

) • *r . : K ■ DROVE FATHER'S PET CHEERING REMINISCENCE OF BOYHOOD DAYS. Story That Lifted Gloom from the Brows of Overburdened Busi- ness Men—Retrospection as a Cure for the Blues. The other day a group of business men, whose cares are not the lightest, were seated about a restaurant table, grabbing a hurryup lunch. Every man, of them was grouchy. Just then the door opened, and another, Just as busy, as far as results go, but never acting as though he had a care on earth, camo In. He sat, down and everyone turned with a half-scowl. They were feeling blue, and did not want anyone to convince them that some of it was imaginary. "Did I ever tell you about the time I raced the old nian'B driving mare against time?" asked the cheery Indi- vidual. No one spoke. "Well, I did," he said. "The old man and the mother had gone away on a visit. Dad had a mare which he was proud of, and no one touched It. Used to watch the hired man when he hitched her up, like a hawk. Well, on the day that they...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 February 1909

* Is the cause of much misery and expense. It clogs the vital organs with impurities and brings on a general break-down of health. Is a bowel regulator of the greatest merit. It relieves the bowels mildly yet thoroughly and extends its cleansing and strengthening influence to every part of the body. CJtt the (ieniilnc wltli the Plaure "S'" (n Red on Front Label. Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. ■ji.znan'sa ■rr Harrison & Son, Special Ag'ts 2! i" ( % |i I II •5- i > Si V I f rtf IS 4 M & i A Necessity. "Twenty dollars for retrim- ming your hat!" exclaimed Mr. Madison. "But we agreed to spend nothing except for the things that were positively needed." "Well, John, this is. You see, my best friend has just liad her* raviw.^edjiiiaJ have her to the concert on Friday." "Oh! all right. - But T can't give you more than fifteen this morning, because I broke my meerschaum and must have it mended." "Can't you siuoke your old brierwood?" "Certainly, dear. And you can wear ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 February 1909

■ ;ve.' - ^ V \ £be BUto -Herald. Entered JanuarvKjS, 1901, nl tho. Alto, Texa Postofflce qsSecondCmssMoll Maller/>i£tofOonuresi- florchs. is/o \ Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1909. Number is Legislative Letter Austin, Feb. 22, 1909 To The Alto Herald; The legislature took a recess 011 last Friday afternoon and spent Saturday and Sunday in Galveston, returning to Aus- tin this morning. The members ought to be well informed 011 the Houston and Galveston "differential," as they have visited both cities for the purpose of going into the merits of this case and such other before them The law putting into effect the constitutional amendment adopted at the last general election relative to taxation for free school purposes has finally passed and has been approved by the governor. Very few laws of general interest have been passed, but several important laws have passed either the house or the senate and are pending in the other house. The bills by the writer to require th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 February 1909

r Mi THE AUTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ■A V I \ I 11 {,< fel alto. TEXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS The most disastrous fire experi- enced in Charlotte, W. Va., in 24 Years early Friday destroyed proper- ty valued at $225,000. One man was killed and three in- jured at Sour Lake Wednesday by the explosion of a boiler in the plant of the Ilardcastle Oil Co. , The 80,000,000 people in America use as many matches as the 800,000,- 000 in the remainder of the world, according to statistics of the Texas Fire Prevention association. A. 15. Patterson & Co., of (ircen- vilie, the largest shippers of poultry and eggs in the South, shipped six car loads of eggs to New York last week, comprising 2,5!l.r> cases. John Scott, a young farmer of Embers,m, HO years old, who was en- gaged in getting out timber for a sawmill company near Antlers, Ok., was killed Thursday by a falling tree. I>r. II. Wilson of Quanah, chairman of the livestock sanitary commission of Texas, says that he has not...

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