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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 February 1909

... .* ' r- ■ i_ *r 1 I /s \ 1 ff * ^■t I V 1 ita BY^tlVA. TtmaiXTOM TTBOUT COPrH^nr I tor Or so uPtohCOTT CO IZZVSTRATgD BY RAT JYA&TERS SYNOPSIS. Thren girls—Gabrielle lOllse- started for Canada to n[ 'nil Hiiitimcf tliuri'. On board steamer were frightened l y an apparently iletnent ■ ■<1 HtnuiK'T, who finding ti bn^ In-longlng to oiik of them, took enjoyment In Heru- tlnlzliiK a photo of the trio, KM.se yhl\i'i'd her stateroom with a Mrs. Gialiuni, also bound lor Canada. anil tho they CHAPTER I.—Continued. Tho light was burning In my state- room when at last I forced myself to enter It, and Mrs. Graham lay asleep In the lower berth, her lips slightly parted and her face resting upon her hand. Nature had meant to be kind to this woman, and had been liberal indeed with her gifts. The lashes which swept the pale cheek were dark and curling, like the luxuriant hair carelessly pushed aside on the pillow, while the face itself, though thin and haggard, had evidently once been a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 February 1909

\ >! S. J t) - /- k Id k { i I * I I '■ \ V- J f ^w«vwy'#i^wwwA,www«^wwwwywi'rtwwwwwwwww^ywwyww^^yww^WiW«VjWA"«MvWsW^iV^Wig I Our FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT lor 1909 { «M ^ Honesty, Enterprise and Economy 35 We start the New Year with a splendid showing of Seasonable Merchandise The complete capacity of our «!j i| store has been taxed to the limit to make the yield of the 1909 offerings the greatest ever presented to the peo- Sp. > pie of Alto and surrounding cDinmunit/^ The commercial dash and aggressiveness that have for years charac- :g terized our matchlesr values were never before so splendidly and unmistakably made manifest in our store 2*. - We call special attention to our showings in the following: Big line ot 2r Embroideries, Alloyers, Laces in ASS the Season's Newest Patterns ALL THE LATEST IN BELTS, BACK COMBS, BARETTES, HAND BAGS, PURSES, Etc '1 Si- ll* & Novelty Ruschings in all colors, New Spring Ginghams, Stylish Hats, and Star Brand ShO03 for everybody ^ Drop in a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 February 1909

—T \ r- ♦ v I) Sj ^^r^^rco^xrxSOSVlE NEW AND HANDSOME===rrc= j* ^ Hi i.. ^ ii ^ :,., r\ „_ „ „ „ j ,f\ ^ ^ ® \ * X ?| And Many Other Handsome Goods, Too Numerous to Mention Here! w A Largest Line of Shoes in Town !—Celebrated Hamilton-Brown Make )i |FISHER, KING & COMPANY.\ K A A \ i H fancy Mohairs, Silver Band Voiles, ^^^POFLINETTES, WHITE LAVv'NS^^ Persian Lawns, Linen Finish Suitings, Silks < NOTICE Cold Springs Camp, No. 2262 WOODMEN OFTHE , ORLD Meets at Cold Springs, 4' :■ miles west, of Alto, 011 the fourth Saturday nights in each month. All Woodmen invited. F. D. BODENHK1MLCR, C. C. A. D. ACKY, Clerk Local Happenings Waltef Sloan was down on Tuesday assessing taxes. See Agnew when you want fresh groc^nfcg <jf any kind. \Vrin. Blanton spent a few days in Dallas • this week 011 business. Take your chickens and eggs to G. H. Rook, next door to Will Watkius. Smoke Tyler's Booster 5c cigar, hand made, long filler. Agnew keeps them. Mrs. C. R. McCormick of Webb City, Mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 February 1909

- w7* NEW STRENGTH FOR BACKS. WOMEN'8 I I I i I It How to Make a Bad Back Better. Women who Kutl'or with backache, bearing Uown iiain. dizzy spells, and that constant feeling of dullness and tired- ness. will find liopo r.i>a in tin.* advice of Mrs. Mary Hinson of 21 Strother St., Mt. Stirling, Ky. "Had I not used Ooan's Kidney Pills I be- lieve I would not lie living today," says Mrs. llinson. 'My eyesiuht was poor, I suffered with nervous, Kplilting headache:!, spots would dance before my i yt a, and at lln.es I would be so dizzy I would have to grasp some tiling for support M> back was so weak and painful I conid hardly bend over to button my shoes r.nd could not. set around without suffering severely. Doan's Kidney Pills helped me from the first, and I continued until practi- cally well again." Sold by all dealers. GO cents a box. Foster-MIIburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. THE BOY AS WE KNOW HIM. AM In This Particular Capacity Are Labor Saverc. Mrs Hello De Rivera, whose special k...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 February 1909

im ■ / T<5tIEN CABINET Z L 4A MANUAL TRAINING. 1IINOS don't seem right about the house, I just can't help com* plaining, Since Bister went to cook- ing-school And Tom took manual training. The meals are all experi- ments, • It really sots me quak- ing. To laste the queer, out- landish things 1 hat sister's always ma- king. The household tools thai Tommy makes, Are wonderful and fearful, And upllnters get In everything. Unless we're very careful. We have to praise their efforts, too, Impatience nil restraining; Since sister went to cook ins-school, And Tom took mumial training. Trivet or Cat? In all the old books of our early (lay? we read about trivets, but few of us have a clear idea of what they were Wo say "were" advisedly, for trivets have gone the way of the hob, thf grate, the fender and all the adjuncts of the fireplace. Webster defines the trivet as a stool or anything having three legs. This seems a dubious and dangerous definition. Hut the truth is that out grandmothers...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 February 1909

i. \ ■ > / i / 4 i r % ■ I J I® j fr ; ■ .■..•••; r ..■• i. n - WHEN YOl FEEL BAD If you are bilious, languid, constipated, suffer from indigestion, sour belching, bloated feeling, bad breath, headache, wind in the bowels, dizziness, you need PRICKLY ASH BITTERS The Great System Cleanser and Regulator, A few doses will open and purify the bowels, tone up the stomach, stimulate the kidneys and liver and impart a feeling of strength and vigor. It transforms a tired, nervous, halfsick man or woman into one of bright, rtiddy good health, energy and cheerfulness. Qrt the Genuine with the Plgurd "3" In Red on Front Label. Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. iidrridUi. o. hjuiif opcctcJi ./^gts Trousers and Pants. Merrill K Gates, formei president of Amherst College,, was noted for his extreme cor- |'aneh. It is merely another rectncss of language. One day inevitable example of the pass ; herd, the picturesque costume —all these will be pushed aside when the auto rules the lie bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 March 1909

\ dbc Blto Herald Rnferrd JcmunrvuS, iboi ,nt the ^l!o, Te*« Poslofflce osSecondfiuss Moll Holier Ail of Conores* MwrhJ. 1579 Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH e, 1909. Number 13 AT Mrs.AGNEW'S'MILLINERY PARLOR YOU WILL FIND CLEVER DESIGNS Expressing the Newest Ideas in Spring Millinery Awaiting your early approval & Her long association with you has enabled her to select a style and price suited to all *£ Go in and be convinced of the above statement, and if /ou are ready to >.* t*& ^ "Bud Out" in i\ Bran [New Spring Hat—It is Ready Mere for Yo J Four hundred Greeks, wlio were driven out of South Oma- ha, have arrived at Ft. Worth, where they expect to secure employment. Whether our ad vice has been taken or not, or whether it will be, is for the farmers to decide, says the Rusk County News. We have had a great deal to say in regard to different crops that should be planted, and hope that our feeble efforts to point out why diversification should not be overlooked and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 March 1909

/ f J Tilt! ALTO HERALD SUMMARY OF THE WEEK i V r i VA I ,1 j K j a I i ' 1 T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. Ai/rc MX AS flt *1 •;* ' • TEXAS NEWS ITEMS George Konhab, of iho J Ainerican Athletic club, broke tin; world's record lor tlit.* iivc-iuilo run lien1 Tuesday, at Troy, N. . Everett Smith, a youth 17 years of age, wns discovered, drowned, in ft well lit the lu>iue of his lather, James Smith, near Weston Tuesday morning. Arthur I lay. years of age died Tuesday from being scalded in a vat of boiling water at the Armour packing plant in Fort Worth. The (iravson county competitive poultry show is on under the aus- pices of the fanners' trade and dis- play (lav committee of the Sherman Ilusiuc.-s league. Ovi-r Hi.iMii) visitors is the number of visitors HOW summed up by the railroad who attended the lied Men •- celebration of Washington's Birth- day in the city of Laredo. At the town of Lenders, sixteen miles below Stamford, there was a pitched battle between some negroes and .Mexica...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 March 1909

V;? . m His Sister Was All That Could Be Desired. ZLIA HJBDLITON 1YBOVT co*y*k*t not er jo liPUhcoji co m,u$rhated BY RAT WAITERS SYNOPSIS. Thrco girt* — Ellznbcth, Gabrielle nnrl lOliHo — started for Canada to spend the summer there. On board steamer they were frightened by an apparently (lenient - o<l stranger, who finding a bay belonging to one of them, took enjoyment In scru- tinizing a photo of the trio. ICiise shared her stateroom Willi a Mrs. Graham, also bound for Canada. The young women on «. sightseeing lour met Mrs. Graham, anxiously awalllng her husband, who had n mania for sailing. CHAPTER II.—Continued. "Me was to have been home by noon," she said, "and I have been standing hero two hours. Sailboats are treacherous, and Harry 1b so reck- less. Ah!" The ejaculation was one of relief, as a white sail appeared and headed for the slip. "I'm coming to see you," 1 called, as we walked on, hut the conclusion was forced upon me that she had forgotten my existence. "Why do y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 March 1909

f c ' I * . k -.J l i li a f iw f - R fntnHKi "5E—■ L L ^ywrtvww^wwyVrtWrtwvwrtWWWwwwwyw w«wwww ^wwvywAWWWiWW.wv w^WsWivyywirtVrtWiV^«w| ll)ur Stock of New Sprmd (goods «.< Are arriving on every train, consequently we are too busy putting them cn our shelves to write a descriptive ad of the many beautiful things we have for this week's paper, but extend an invitation to all to call and inspect the most handsome line of Spring Dress Goods ever placed upon the shelves of any store in Alto, and rarely equalled in the larger towns of the State *£ <■* ....OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMEN £ ST: i I £ I jS 5® ;r* ;w " in JH £ 35 5 $£5 Will, as usual, be complete and up-to-date, embracing all the latest creations in Ladies' Headwear^Our Mi'liner, Miss Rig'gens, lately of St. Louis, will be pleased to show the line to the ladies of Alto and surrounding communities *BLANTON. BROTHERS THE ALTO IIEKALI) m9clure & MfCLURE EDITORS AND PUBLISHE9S Fanners' Union Phone 24 Cole Plione • 9 SUCSCRIPTI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 March 1909

\/ u <0 V ' Gu ^ r===SOME NEW AND HANDSOiVE==^ F "jiiriyaK in Snrinn and <viimmftr nr^cc nnnric r i 2 5 3 * 4 .< . .... n ^ And Many Other Handsome Goods, Too Numerous to Mention Here! ft '4 Largest Line of Shoes in Town !—Celebrated Hamilton-Brown Make ^ fancy Mohairs, Side Band Voiles. ~*~~^PGPUNETTE:S, WHITE LAWNB^^ Persian Lawns, Linen Finish Suitings, Silks *} T-« T O -ir1 la a a V'' KJ C6 ^ VJ ^ VJVlUi iiil A ♦)* < N OT I C E Cold Springs Camp, No. 2262 WOODMEN OFTME /.OHLD Meets at Cold Springs, 4l-< miles west of Alto, on the fourth Saturday nights "'n each month. All Woodmen invited. F. n. BODENliEIMER, C, C. A. D. ACRY, Clerk Local Happenings Prairie bay at Aguew's. George Croucli is up from Lufkiu. ^ Gents'' up-to-date shirts at the Racket Store. Mel Nocll spent a couple of days m Houston this week. Smoke Tyler's Booster 5c irigar. For sale at Agnew's. County Clerk Tittle was down from Rusk last Satur- day. See Agnew for your grocer- ies. Everything deliver...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 March 1909

'J-'- N - A (' l* 1 h >y - /■ ad I i"i •- *£"■'■"■ j * 'i ?K f HE STATE LEGISLATURE ASS APPROPRIATION OILU AND GO HOME DOES NOT APPEAL TO GOVERNOR. CIRCUS BILL FALLS UNDER AX Matt'.-r of t tnblishing Home for Lep- cis in Tex.i:. la Also Con- sidered. Austin: lin: (lilt ! HlO H' IK I I home" .1 Gi I 1111111) < II is II Ol A ill I laluri1 should "|i:iss ip;>ro|>riatioii bill hml ro l.i to say, he ililnks it .should |i:i moi than the appropria- tion hill : .■ I€>! • ■ it quitw. The h'nisla 1 tin' wii.- in.:! iiniiialiitod with tin' vlfxv.s ol tlio cliii'f exucutlvp upon tin subject vi'i'y .oon after the members rcliirtieil from Dalllas Monday morn- ing. No formal message upon that HUbjet't was sent to the legislature, but the governor sent for members of both houses, singly, in pairs anil in groups, and gave them a piece of his mind. All through this session the gover- nor has In i n Keeping very quiet, quiet In a sort of > aiiuous way. This morn- ing he erupted, and,...

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

Ic^* " SLIGHT ERROR IN DIAGNOSIS. % / I V.. Mr. Fullerton Not the Mind Reader H« Thought He Was. "Fllttorby, by Jove! And lieadea ihls way, too! Just my luck. Bor- rowed $20 of me last week and $10 four days ago. Tliat time It will prob- ably bo a touch for an addilional ton, in order to mako it an even $10. Hang the dog!" "Ah, Fullerton! You're just the man I'm looking for. I'd like to bor row—" "I knew It the minute I saw you coming. This borrowing habit grows on a man and marks him every time. Half the world borrows from the othcM half; that's tho reason half the world is peeling Its eye and dodging 'round tho corner—trying to sidestep the other half—" "Guesa you're right, old man; but I want to borrow—" "1 knor/ you do; that's the trouble thp.t keeps friends on tho anxious seat. Borrowing is subversive of true friendship. It—" "Very true, old chap; but as a fel- low is in hard luck at times tho only thing he can do—" "Is to do a friend, eh? Same old story—hard luck, illness in t...

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

I r <? % t 4t ■f 1 c ^ I I. '/■ J nia i rJli •« il <■} J ■ft h H «',i g *3 lal ? i il/ i '■ i 11 I f f ./ f Gatun Dam Won't Last a Minute. Again criticising the Pana- ma Canal, M. Bannavarilla of Paris, who was I)e Lessep's chief engineer, in an address recently given in Boston, said: j "Roosevelt's ideas, as they are j being carried out in building the Panama Canal, if con tin-) tied, will make of the work the > most colossal mistake of mod-! ern time.', and will result in the greatest disaster to any j public work that has occurred i within the memory of the - tlie present generation. The; Gatun data cannot stand ex- cept through a miracle, and all the efforts of ten years' work will be annihilated in fifteen minutes when the dam does iMve way, as it must. The Oatun dam i • the greatest blunder ef any engineering feat ever undertaken by man. The American people do not realize the appalling risk that; is being taken at Panama, The < risk should uoi be taken when the mil...

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

4 s/ I She Ellto Herald Entered Januiirvk. 8, I'loi.otlhe Alto, Tex« Postofflce asSecondCluss null Matlcr Act of Conuress- March 3. m/<i ❖ Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1909 Number i4 U THE HOME BANK" The alto state Bank CAPITAL 3510.000.oo Wc have moved into our new brick building where we have a fire proof vault, and we have a money safe that is the best made, Our kind has never yet been burglarized Start an Account With Us Now DIRECTORS E A Blount II II Berryman M E McClure C C Francis N H Agnew M C Parrish E M Decker J E Watters II II Berryman, President M C Parrish, Cashier M E McClure ) ,, ., n H Agnew J '1CC l rcsulents Our Stock is All Owned by Home Peopls To Open Branch House Mr. J. Li. Cohen, who has been connected with Messrs. have made a reputation for fair and honest dealings with the public that is second to Nacogdoches County District Court i District court will convene ' in Nacogdoches on Monday, I. Friedmrn & Co. here in the I none> an<^ as a...

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

Jh ) \ f i J m it J! ! . J J lis THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. SUMMARY OF THE WEEK ALTO, - - - - TEXAS . . j. TEXAS NEWS ITEMS The total estimated income of Ft. Worth for 1909 is placed at $633,000. The Farmers' State hank, capital $25,000, has beeu organized at Com- merce. An average of about fifty bales of cotton are marketed on the streets of Brady daily. After sixty-one years' residence in Dallas county. Mrs. Irene Perry died Tuesday at her home in Cellar Hill twenty-four miles from Dallas. The Hrownview ranch, three three miles west of Granbnry, was sold to C. li, Floyd of Denton foi a cash consideration of $20,000 The postolliee at Rector, Denton county, is to he discontinued after March HI and the patrons of the office served by a rural route out of Ijewisville. The new city tax fixed hv the city council nt' San Antonio is $1.00 and the school t.ix li!) cents, making a total of as agninst a total lot last year of $1.( 0. There are being erected in Ty- ler many su...

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

5PH' in :Bffnl •t .- -.Tm. ■ ' :w ■ E**y-'<*«- -• • *•>*: • . •''■y'jo '" " "'y'^> ccprt'cir /tor er * o ufwrtcon ca nj.lJSTRA.TZD BY RAY WALTERS SYNOPSIS. ■■BR Three girls — Elizabeth. Gabrlelle and fillse—started for Canada to spend the Summer there. On board steamer they ivere frightened by an apparently dement- ad stranger, who finding a bag belonging to one of them, took enjoyment In scru- tinizing a photo of tho trio. Kline shared her stateroom with a Mrs. Oraham, also bound for Canada. The young women on 1 sightseeing tour met Mrs. Oraham. anxiously awaiting her husband, who had a mania for sailing They were Intro- duced lo Lord Wilfrid and Lady Edith. A. cottage by (he ocean was rented by the trio for the summer. Elizabeth learned that a friend of her father's whs to call. Two men called, one of them being the queer-acting stranger on the steamer. The girls were "not at home," but discovered by the cards left that ono of the men was Elizabeth's father's friend. The ...

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

11 I ft ii i 7 - . . •' 1,1 - *- •s *;S 'Tfci M b® r Ui Uo s ■S Bs MILLINERY GfllOBC! Our Annual Spring Announcement of Inspiring Millinery With great ptcasure wc announce to the ladies of Alto and vicinity that we arc now show ing the Largest and Most Superb Line of STYLISH MILLINERY that wc have ever had the pleasure of displaying in Alto Our stock is right fresh from St. Louis—the South's Fashionable Millinery Centre—the showing wc present represents many of the Season's Latest Imported Models from Mme. Ponyannc, Mme. Georgette, Suzanne Blum, Margin Mauricc, Were you in Paris itself you would not be closer to the heart of fashion than you would be in' our Millinery Department. Stylish, dainty Aigrettes, Roses, Violets, Daisies. Forget^Mc^Nots, Foliage, Ribbons, Buckles, etc., arc all arranged in a most attractive way to form a beautiful picture Hat, or a trim lit' tie Turban. Smart Tailored Street Hats, Misses' and Children's Hats, hold high court in their own sweet becoming way—...

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

.'^i? '•wHHKF'' \/ \' „y - f'^ . .•' V'- ••'. Jfc-. Pffifit*' w %!*.. 4 * ? 5 * % i * SOME NEW AND HANDSOME fancy Mohairs, Side Band Voiles, *=s==~^PQPLINETTES, WHITE LAWNS™=^= Persian Lawns, Linen Finish Suitings, Silks * \ f V y \ \ £ i | * }| And Many Other Handsome Goods, Too Numerous to .Mention Here! % Largest Line of Shoes in Town !—Celebrated Hamilton-Brown Make I FISHER, KING & COM PANY. S i N OTIC E Cold Springs Camp, No, 2262 woodmen of wc w orld Meets at Cold Springs, 4'/j miles west of Alto, on the fourth Saturday nights in each mouth. All Woodmen invited. F. D. BODENHEIMER, C. C. A. D. ACRY, Clerk Local Happenings Chops and bran at Agnew's. K. D. Spinkfi, of Rusk, spent last Saturday iu Alto Who does a strictly cash business? I. Freedman & Co One car of Alfalfa hay re- ceived this week' at W. T. Williams'. ■* Judge McClure went up to Rusk Tuesday on profession- al business. One price for everybody, and that is the lowest, at I. Freed in an & Co's. Smoke Tyl...

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

I Vv I 4 1 . J 3 i i I ! Hi) lift (tf V- WHO FORM PRESIDENT TAFT'S CABINET W/J./IJIJPE.R C- KMO X f&ANKL/N /*<\c J£CJZ£TsiX?V t i Tj&JZSJt/JS £ V> WT-TT^— GZORGZ IV. W/CX.CRJHW atto&MY — Q£./V£M<+i JACOB SJ 0/C)£)HSON <ZJJE.CKE.TAKy °f— WAKt.^ • • mm v GEORQJH vomL MEYBQ J£CJQ£ TA*> y tfc/1 fRAM/C H HITCHCoc ■o- .PofTS/AJ T£. R-> QAA/E./&A f>K£S J £>£WT~ frS//.£.M/f A/. 7"/9A r UK 7d/CHAR>*D &/)/. i~//VG£fL^ %S£C&£. r/t/ey ^y /Jos /A/v~£ye/OM—sy OLm ^3^ cs-/si/ai.£:j yv/>ax.£— nyA.*^e.j tv/ifOA/ <iS£ c /e £. ta&y of- President Tuft's cabinet of nine men Is hendeil by I'hilander ('huso Kno;:, Hecreiary of stale, who was born In 1803 at Brownsville, I'a. lie graduated from Mount. Union college. Olilo, in 1872, and three yearn laler was admitted to the bar. During the years 1870 and 1877 he served as as sistaut United Slates district attorney for the western district of 1'ennsyl vania. In the latter year he formed a law partn...

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