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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 May 1909

i sac* w ■y RESCUED FROM VAULT B TELEGRAPH CODE QUICK-WITTED GIRL SAVES HO TEL CLERK FROM A TER- RIBLE DEATH. St. Louis.—Cora Benson, a telegraph operator at the Planters' hotel, with rare presence of mind and resource fulness, rescued S. E. Bonneville, clerk, from Imprisonment In an air- tight vault behind the counter at mid' night. Remembering that Bonneville was familiar with the Morse code, siu tapped a message on tho steel door, asking the combination of the safe The answer came back In dots and dashes struck by the end of a pen- knife, and he was saved from a pr dlcament which threatened to be dis astrous. Friends of the two were showering congratulations and praise, which UL She Rapped a Message to the Im- prisoned Man. both laughed off, saying they could see nothing especially heroic in tho incident. Bqniievlile was preparing to leave *t the end of his watch, about mid- night, and stepped into the large vault behind the counter to place some val- uables in it. Jack Shannon, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 May 1909

x J.* 'J:A ■ A W ' mmm* — ' ' < ! f Notice o{ Election. Col'XTV ol Cwi'.KOKl-V', S'l'ATK Of Tl V\S. Yhereas, I, R I. lb bin ;on County Judge of C c oke County, Texas, am pc-litbnc 1>\ more titan twenty resid^n c t'/.ens of Alto, who are sesident;; of the herein Lie described territory a i 1 qua lied voters under th • ])r->. ions of Chapter II ol th" R v's -d Statutes of the State 11 Tex a < praying f<r an •. 'ectiut: to be held at Alto in Chero- kce county, Texas, and in tin territory hereinafter d so to determine wheth said town of Alto a; rv hereinafter desei be pennilted and aulln to incorporate for town village purposes under 18, Chapter II of the Reyiscc Stat nles of t he Slate of Tv xas and this day coining on to Ik lieaid said application am tit ion for said elect i : . af< r. :-aid, and it appears that inou than five hundred and les; than ten thousand inhabitant reside and are contained with in the hereinafter (k lei ritory, and that more thai twenty reside...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 June 1909

Sh^p.. S'?5Sai K . A k m A \ all ? ■^mi hnforrd Januarys. B, I «o i, (it Ihe Alto, Tcxo Postofflcc as Sri on<IOuss null Matter Art ot Conorcss* March 3.1579 VOLUMI', IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1909. Number 26 THE HOME BANK" THE ALTO STATE RANs ■MM— in—■■■ —— —■ in—■■■■ — mmm —— CAPITAL SMO.OOO.oo ? r S'\ 1 Now, from tin J-\ FARMER recently had $i00 surplus money on hand, "hid" It away in the barn loft. The barn BURNED and so did the money, co it is not cafe to keep the money stored away in th : house, Leave Your Money and Valuable Papers WITH US We take the best care of all matters entrusted to us II II Berryman, President 1\I C Parrish, Cashier M R McClUre) N H Agnew J Vice I'rt s's Somebody's Dyint Here is a sermon Bonliam Herald: Somebody's dying now. The angel of death, fa ter than v. beam of light, swifter than the lightning's dart, is flying here and there the world oe'i and o'er and sweeping live? | away. I Somebody's dying now.The |! soul, grown wear, of its house ■ ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 June 1909

I i I 4 A « roiRvL ' * j. ' i' I k * i ft I ••• |;> HI iff1:1:', ill'Ml 'is' i' •lit THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. M/ro. MX AS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. CI l'c II .-r\\ •I'll LT«! ilv till nun. uc- iiioniin^r, ilc|itli I' Helton j li\~ifians arc ii )>ct it ion in favor of Hvstcin. Saturday. .Iulv Ii. hits been set us Ilio diitc for l:i\ i11tho eornerstonc of Scurry Countv's new court house. An electrical storm. aceoni]iiinie 1 Ijv ii heavy ilown|iour curcil in Waco l-'rii causing rapid gains in local streams. The scholastic census of Temple is nearly complete, and llius far shows a total of I iO children of school age, which is all increase of exactly ton over the year previous. The Fanners' I'niun has orirun- ized a company in Celeste, and m ill erect a gin. The contract for n'l the machinery has hecn made lor building the gin house, which will begin next week. No longer will the I'acilie en- trance to the Panama Can...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 June 1909

r f I m^rin middleion rrnovr copthkht not cr to uPHNcorr ca s HAUSTRATED BY RAY WALTERS AWR. my , ' • tfmM: SYNOPSIS. Three elrls — Elizabeth, Gabrlelle and Ellso—sturtcil for Canada to Hpeml the •ummtr there. On board steamer they were frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger, tvlio, finding a bag belonging tp on* of them, took enjoyment In orni- tlnl lnc a photo of the trio. Ellse shared her stateroom with a Mrs. Graham, also bound for Canada. The young women on a alghtneolng; tour met Mrs. Graham, anxiously awaiting her husband, who had a mania for BuilTng. They were Intro- duced to Lord Wilfrid and Lady Edith. A cottage by the ocean wan rented by tho trio for the summer. Elizabeth learned that a friend of her father's wan to call. Two men called, one of them being the queer-acting stranger on the steamer. Tne girls were "not at home," but dlsoovered by the pardH left that one of the men was Elizabeth's father's Trlend. The men proved to bo John C. Blake and Gordon Bennett...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 June 1909

Jh t^rt^crHauUM /I \ 1 in: ALTO IIEKAL1) M?CLUF?E & MCCLURE CPITORS AND PUDLISHES3 Variiier:;' Union l'lione -4 Cole Phone 9 SUCSCPIPil N HATES One Year ? 5° Six Months 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put on the books until paid for. wlio kept in touch with th< affairs of the country, yet : sigh of relief is the only offer ing the masses give fit tlu news of his death. His tal- ents were magnificent as th< results of his work show, bir his ideals were wholly selfisl and commercial. His lue wa; devoted to the service of a ' soulless corporation and lie served it well. The leaven o The rec". nt report of tlie sn-: iovc for his fellowman wa^ pei'inteudeiit v>i penitentiaries shows that Texas now has 3,518 criminals incarcerated. Hon. Brown 1 . Lee, of Tom Green county, thinks he will be satisfied if he can only get to be lieutenant governor for a term or two. The "sweet girl graduate" is now picking out her sum- mer resort where she can eat.li ...

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

mm f i rJwriHp N a It We Please You, Teil Others. If Not, Tell Us A Piece of Fancy Glassware Given i ^ with Each $2 Purchase | v* S ginning Saturday. dune ox ^ We will offer some of our up-to-date Dress Goods and India Linon AT A PRICE THAT CANNOT BE ^ ^ EXCELLED. This Sale Ends Monday, June 7th. % I ^ Our 60c values in Brilliantine only 49c w Our 50c values in Voile, assorted colors 45c ^ Our 20c values in Fancy Suiting only 16% i ^ We Have Just Received a Fine Assortment of Ladies' Cellars! y 4 How Are These \ for Bargains? INDIA LINON. 50c Special Values, this sale only 271 '2 25c Special Values, this sale only 22' i 20e Special Values, this sale only 13 15c Special Values, this sale only 1212 10c Spccial Values, this sale only 8' j' 7' .c Special Values, this sale only 6' < * SPECIAL PRICES N CALICOES!)* 7 cent Values at 6 1-4 6 cent Values at 51-4^ S ^ Every article mentioned has been reduced for this SPECIAL SALE-.#Every article bought of us means a great \ A saving ior you...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 June 1909

X J:- am***-.,-. < ^mmw^/nrr'-«* - J 'i 1 R : S'. 1 TRAIN KILLS CHILDREN THE LOVING CUP IN HISTOHY. LITTLE BOY AND GIRL LOSE THEIR LIVES UNDER A FREIGHT TRAIN. FATHER IS BADLY I Mother and Children Attcmp to Pass Under the Cars, Which Start. Kirlivville, T< \., .1IIIK' 1.—.Jose- phine iiml Juke I'oiisieo, np;«MJ I unil N years, were run over by n freight jraill liere vestenluy timI botli ill- stiinl.lv killed. Nick I'oiisieo, their futlier, while Irving to gel them from under the car, got lii.s arm and hand caught finder the ear wheels and hud it had- h lorn and laeeruted. While walking around the depot a freight tui'in pulled in. The mother ami some of the children of the Poli- tico family were oil the opposite side « f I he freight (ruin from the depot jirnl when the passenger train came 4Ikv made <1 n ullempt. to el'fiwl mi- «ler (he freight to get hack to the de- pot and while crawling, the freight Irnin sluifeil and caught two of the ■children under the cur wheels. Cro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 June 1909

M4 IS J OVlR 30 ARE KILLED IN ZEPHYR CYCLONE TOWN NEAR BROWNWOOD SCENE OF CALAMITY—SCORES INJURED. SEVENTY-FIVE HOUSES RAZED Strip Three Hundred Yards Wido Swept—Fire Adds to the Horror. Brownwood, May 31.—At 12:15 o'clock Sunday morning a cyclono struck the little town of Zephyr, the first station on tho Snnta Fe cast of here, and almost completely destroyed the town. Over thirty dead and a score or more Injured was tho awful scone to greet the survivors after tho cyclono had gone, The cloud came from the west and first struck In tho edge of town and cut a strip 300 yards wido through the most thickly settled part. Not a building was left In Its path. Tho first news to reach Brownwood of the storm was brought by a man who came from Zephyr on a handcar end asked that help bo sent at once. A relief train containing physicians and all who could be summoned to go and assist In the relief work left hero at 4 o'clock this morning. The regular train which leaves hero at 7 a. m. also carri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 June 1909

■J~. ■ J# & $ « i •$ I i: t; ' 1 W; *i !•• IBa MSi. Notice of Election. County okCiii-kokiSe, I St ATI-; oi' Ti-:x \s. j K Wi L. Robinson, of Clierohec in petitioned re; nt Vhereas, 1, County Judf County, Tex a by more tlinn Iw nitv citizens of Alto, wlio are also scsident;> of tiie hereinafter closcrih <1 tc-rrit >ry and qti iM- fied voters under the ] >•' <""'i ■ , >lc:r : f of ill wflppL fm., U *■ ' . V.-1? ■ i :■> in r : VffcSsKv for SScb ♦ Room Mil w\i'i t'io frcM nt care, as much depends nutritious properties and absolute purity. s rely upon i vis ions of Ch; ti ji i n election; to in Ckmv J Vwas, and in the' r 11 >r A 1 ♦ nether to and or not te r • i to-- " shall nixed I and Title tes Texas prayinj to be lield at kee county, territory hoi 1o determine: said tow*n of ry hereinafter i1 ,crib 1 be permitted and autln to incorporate lor town village purp under icS, Chapter i I of (he Rry'sed Statutes of :lie State of Texas;! and this day coining on to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 June 1909

4'?' t • ."■> ■■ m W . m CThe Blto entered Janumvi. 5, 1901, at 1 ho AIM, Tcxo pos toff Ice asSoCondCni's ridiinnttei'Act of Oinurcs* norths, 1570 Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE n, 1909. ■5?" Number 27 THE HOME BANK' The ALTO STATF. Bahk CAPITAL $IO, OOO. i> 11 Are Your Valuable Papers Safe? Incur FIRE PROOF VAULT we have Safety Deposit Boxes to rent he the small sum of ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR No on.^ but the owner has access to his box, We turn the key over to you, and when you want to get to your papers you fro in the vault, unlock your box yourself, and you know there's no chance for any one to molest your papers II II Berryman, President M C Fairish, Cashier M K McClure ) ,T- _ .. v ,, , - Vice Pres s N II Agnew j We Appreciate Your Account- :!Mo Matter How Smail WHEN! YOU NEED New Buggy Wheels, Buggy Points Wagon Skeins of Any Make or Size, Correct Horse Shoeing, or Any Other Kind of Blacksmith Work, It will be to Your Interesi to See Us f=>atton <&. o 1 o k b:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 June 1909

. ' & If •: J|- ; I'] |[| II 6^. - THE ALTO HEPALD r i! T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. A 1 ,T<'. i:.\as \ RESUME OF THE MOST IMPQR TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. TEXAS NEWS HEMS Offers <>f $l.!IO ])('r bushel for un- lurvrislt'il wheat are bcin#{ mailo and in smiie eases ai'ccjtted by ( ntvsoii L'ounlv farnierH. In the aiiiiuiii readjvslriient of tlto lahirios of IVxa* post masters there Have been iin reasis in i.'W cities anil ilixireases in but twenty. Confirmation i-. said to In' appar- ent ill Austin of the San Antonio re- port lhat K. II. Ilarriinan is to hiiihl i line direct fivyi San Antonio to die Ciiv -f Me\ieo down the Jvist '•o® i . For in or IJcpivsentalivt; >T. Id Crawford of Mrid^oport. conlirnis Hip report tlnil a sei'ond vi'in id eoal :if a \erv superior tpinlily Inw been lliseovered nt a depth of about three hundred feet. The contract for the const ruction of the Santa I'V extension from Clo- ws. \. M.. to Coleman, Tex., was . let Friday. The road will be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 June 1909

■%iW. 'V r • • — — V. MK&mBBmBi ■'.' T*" ■ ,V '• " '^*vS t fZ - -? ( 4 Ono of Them Knelt Before the Door, Evidently Trying to Unlock It. ZllA MWDlXrON BOUT copr*tc*r nor §r * o ufPthcorr ca niUSTRATED BY RAY WALTERS SYNOPSIS. Three clrla — Elizabeth, Gabrlolle and Ellse—started for Canada to spend the summer there. On board stcnmer they ■were frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger. who, finding a has belonging to one of them, took enjoyment In scru- tinizing a photo or the trio. Eliso shared her stateroom with a Mrs. Oraham, also bound for Canada. The young women' on a sightseeing tour met Mrs. Oraham. anxiously awaiting her husband, who had « mania for sailing. They woro Intro- duced to Lord Wilfrid and Lady Edith. A cottage by the ocean was rented. Two men called. They proved to be John C. Blake and Gordon Bennett, one a friend of Elizabeth's father. A wisp of yellow hair from Mr. Graham's pocket fell Into the hands of Ellse. Mrs. Graham's hair was black. Fearing for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 June 1909

■1 . VftMR u iwwwi I U GIGANTIC SHOE SHIPMENT^! 12000 PAIRS STAR BRAND SHOES RECEIVED THIS WEEK 2©00 *C SSSg^ggaigij ... .: ' PiU 1 v.v m x&W r< •v> .• - • N> SSSWi TV; \a* V *'f >.:r^-yn>r^ *'■ v $$&£&* !iiii 111 :4f3-^r-.- Rii f?i V g&MZi AAAU Fifty'four eases of the famous "Star Brand Shoes Are 5* 7 g ■£. We have just received the largest shipment of "Star Brand Shoes1' ever brought to the town . *£] Better'* just placed 0:1 our shelves. This lot includes a line line for men, women and children in all the latest lasts and leathers. We have a Shoe for '■J£ every foot, every new style, every proper shape, every new color, is found here. Men and women who have worn Star Brand Shoes know their j£-> •-S value—they believe in our quality, our fit, our style and our wear, and best of all, our prices are as low, if not the lowest, to be found anywhere. Come ^ —- - - — WE MAKE THE PRICES ' tn and let us show you some of our new styles. ;tc > >< Y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 June 1909

'~4 /v V / V i f.F.T DfzR HYl I y GET READY! Make Aim Forand Keep Your Eye oo 0yr Store SUITS! U1TS! Ready Made Clothing for Men that can not be equalled^Ail styles for Spring and Summer wear S20.00 Suits arc now going at 15.00 Suits are now going at 13,50 Suits are now going at 12.50 Suits are now going at 12,00 Suits are now going at U7 50 13 50 i 15 Per Cenl OH on ERY PAIR OF SHOES! rtmtnwTO^ rv*r. orasean* ; BaBKrun^um^l SUITS!" U ITS Ready Made Clothing for Boys in all styles for Spring: and Summer \ $8.00 Suits are going at 7,00 Suits are going at 6.50 Suits are going at ... 5.00 Suits are going at 3.50 Suits are going at 3,50 Suits are going at . 5 6 50 6 00 5 50 4 00 2 50 200 If your aim in life is to economize and to have for your every day use dependable goods at the lowest possible prices, we ask you, not for our sake, but for the sake of your pocket book and bank account, to make aim for our store and hit the bull's eye of economical buying * y $ * S i V lo & fei Ssa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 June 1909

. * .( BURDENS LIFTED From Bent Backs. A bud back Is a hoavy handicap to Clioso of us who have to work every day. Nine times out of ten, backache tolls of kidney weak- ness. The only way to find relief is to cure the kidneys. Doan'B Kidney Pills have given sound strong backs to thousands of men nnd women. Mrs. Wesley Clemens, 311 Marlon St., ""Manchester, la., says: Constant work at a sewing machine <m i.-nied lo bring on kidney trouble, Tho i.ldney action was irregular and the ilns in niy back and loinR so severe ! eould hardly endure it. Itoan's Kid- ney Pills made me feel better In a short time, and I took them until eu- • i rely free from my trouble." Sold by all deal em CO cer^ts n box. Go? r.uifalo, N. V. PITY FOR THE TOILER. '/icfure J Storti (< i f t * I I hear, Lini] i'an Increased." "Yep. Gee, it mu ;ive to work for wot dat do price of livln' it be tough to a feller eats." The Right Way to Write Letters By Sherwin Cody [ : Author of the Cody System of How to Write Le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 June 1909

- --••.^31. • _ v•• . • . ' ^ • ■ ii" ii-aMMMMMMMMMB 1.1 mm ,c. -gg^ IS FOURSCORE FIVE Levi p. Morton Dean 61 Living Ex-Vice-Presidents. THE HINT GENTEEL. 0/ Has Just Celebrated Eighty-Fifth Birth. day, and la Still Hale and Heart) —Accumulated Fortune In Banking Business. New York.—Still fresh and vigorous In mind and sound In body, Levi i\ Morton, the oldest living vice-presi- dent of the United States, recently cel- ebrated his eighty-fifth birthday anni- versary. Ue.s.Jes Mr. Morton there are now living oniy three other men who have held the position of vice- president of the United States—Adlal E. Stevenson, Theodore Roosevelt and Charles W. Fairbanks. Not only is Mr. Morton by lar the oldest among his surviving colleagues, but, with one exception, he has already attained a greater age than any other former vice-president. The only exception was John Adanu, the Hist vlcu-pre.i- dent of the United States, who died in 1S2G at the jge of 90 years. While Mr. Stevenson has reached t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 June 1909

... I f'l- .& t 5 M li ) f fa ALL WOP$ES\3 Who suffer with the ailment. of their sex are in need of .Jic great strengthening, cleansing and regulating properties c« PRICKLY ASH BETTERS V ^ It puts the liver, stomach end bowels in fine healthy condition, builds up the nervous system, strengthens the body, clears the com- plexion and changes a poor, tired, discouraged woman into one of sparkling good health and cheerfulness. Oct the Genuine with the Flguro "3" In Red on front Label. Sold by Druggists. m Price $1.00 per bottle. S L' X\ Harrison & Son, Special Ag'ts wholly within Cherokee coun.« be selected by him ty; thence North 2610 feet to and conduct said Notice of Election. Cot'NTV Ol' ClIKKOKEIv, I Static of Tkxas. J Vhereas, I, R L. Robinson, Count}* Judge of Cherokee County, Texas, am petitioned by more than twenty resident citizens of Alto, who are also .se.sidents of tlie hereinafter described territory and quali- fied voters under the provis ions of Chapter II of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 July 1909

■■ J JTbe Blto Herald. C en'lerrd Jonuoivi.8, iwli ,ot I Kb rtllc, TcJtop'oMofflre osSecondGtiss,-lall Matter ActofOorttlresj. narch.v is/!> Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 2. 1909 Number 30 1 THE HOME BANK' THE j\LTO STATE BANK CAPITAL SIO.OOO.oo You Can't Save a Fortund In One Month! Nor in one year for that matter, but fortunes and substantial bank 'accounts do not start until you start them. If It's the STARTER and the STICKER that gets there these days. Just start a bank account with us and STICK TO THE HABIT, . , 1 , > We Do Everything We Can to Make Our Customers' Re lations with Us Absolutely Pleasant. II H Bcrryinan, President M C Parrish, Cashier fl H Agnev^6 } Yice Pres's / I §§ GBOCCBIBS! ALWAYS FfRESH Hay, Bran, Chops, FeedSs BEST FLOUR IN TOWN Every S&ok GuauMWffdj or Yotir Money Back N. H. AGNEW Will Deliver Goods Right nto Your Kitchen W1 About Cotton. Some time ago this writer made the assertion that there ; is a probability of cotton be- Icomiug one c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 July 1909

!3*. f X ■ ■ m W fl .( the alto herald 1 T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, - KX AS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS SHIM UF THE WEEK RESUME OK THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. The school census for Denison Dis- trict, 1909, just completed, shows: Whites a,730, colored J,023, total 3,753. At the age of ninety-four years, .Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Wall, a resident of Texas since 18(>9, died Tuesday at her home in Dallas. The annual convention of the Texas Ifctail Merchants' association assembled in Temple Tuesday morn- ing for a three days' session. Work was commenced this week on the grading and laying of walks and driveways for the park which the Frisco is to install in 1 {rowtiwood. At the school election Saturday at Palmer, the vole for issuing bonds to erect a modern brick school building "resulted HO for and •"> against. Haiti fell Friday at the following places: Abilene, Greenville. Hous- ton, Palestine, Sherman, Weather- ford, Wichita l'alls and Beaumont. 'J'he Wise County Old Set...

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