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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 July 1909

gaHMMSnn TO* : M MM r •i. .1 ''4. era Id Volume IX «rr CnIc-rcdJanuarys.n, 1901 ,ol the «lto,TcxoPosTofflce o S iCDn.lQiusM<ilinattcrActofCnnarfs* March J.U70 ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 23. r9o9. Number 33 THE HOME BANK" THE ALIO STATE RANK CAPITAL tlO.OOO.uo Just Five Cents Each Day! Saved up, amounts (o $182,50 in ten years. Each year's saving invested in one of Ot'U CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT Bearing 4 per cent interest, will run the amounf up to $222,1 his is a nice sum of money, and you can start with just a nickel II II Berry man, President M C Parrish, Cashier M E McClure ) N II Aguew j Vice Pros'9 You Can Make a Start with Just One Dollar The Penitentiary Investigation.* It is too early, of course, to | anticipate the result of the f penitentiary inuestigation,but the testimony of Superintend-; (ent Herring that Texas is somewhat behind on prison j management is a matter of considerable importance, be- cause it is a reflection upon the State that such a thing en from all our ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 July 1909

the alto meralu s jj fyj f(jA I if Of THE WEEK T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. c Ai/ro, - TK.XAS TEX,13 NEW3 ITEMS A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOB BUSINESS PEOPLE Sillman Bailor, aged thirty-flve, flinl ut the hospital Tuesday ill j Tulsa. from a sunstroke received on a Sunday. ■\Vyalt Bullock. aged IS years, son , of the late B. 1' Bullock, was drown- Work on the creamery or butter cd in a tank on the homestead near f.14?(urv which is to he erected in Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. Rogers .Monday morning. Fifteen thousand men with dec- orated lloats and carriages, forming n line more than four miles in length, com pot 1 the great Elks' pa- rade Thursday in Los Angeles. Ber:1 ron, 21 years of Iioekwall was begun last week. An effort to amend tlie Constitu- tion so that future Presidents may bi; inaugurated on the 4th of April instead of the -lth of March, was de- feated in the lJou.-e I rid ay in Wash...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 July 1909

Mil MPMWpWMB>> C. m urn 7. WiiMk mm m§mm wmm 'mm. mm •os////a lill mm ih/s/ny'l "How Can I Tell?" I Began, Petulantly. m co*i*<*r tfoi er 40 uwncorr fa jjj,ustratisd by hat walters zua mwdixton ttbw f 8YNOPSIS. Three girls — Elizabeth, Gabrlolln and Wise-started for Canada to spend tlic summer there. On board steamer they won' frightened by nn apparently dement- •<1 stranger. wlio. Ilndlng a bug belonging to one of them, took enjoyment In scru- tinising a photo of the trio. The young women met a Mrs. Graham, anxiously nwaltlng hor husband, who hail n mania tor nailing. They were Introduced to Lord Wilfrid and Ijxdy Edith. A cottnge fey the ocean was rented. Two men railed. They pruved to be John C. Blake and Gordon Bennett, one a frlond of Elisabeth'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 the safety of some gerns. Lady Edith left them In a cufe nt the cottni?«. Mr. Gordon Bennett wak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 July 1909

UK*' ■ • ■■ iMftr n*—*-- "-— - "—- - ""ill At Prices Beyond a Question of Doubt Lower [Than Can :Be Found Elsewhere: _ 5: <=5 Wc arc determined to close out our entire stock of Summer Merchandise for two reasons—to give you the benefit of the wear, and to make room lor « Fall Goods soon to begin arriving. Now is the opportune time to save money on the remainder of your Summer purcnases. Lxceptionai values in «*: -- -- n * .51 )V, <2 * t i > > "M I summer Dress Materials, Dainty Waistin^s, Linens, Suslin^sp an '* Silks, Etc.. Sninmer Undtiwear, Dainty Hosiery, Neckwear, Parasols, Belts, COMES. FANS, HANDKERCHIEFS, AND NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES TO SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS FOR HOT WEATHER MONTHS %: $ I 1 "S IV 5 ^# A ip'/ i\/oSn Iust received, the swcllcst line of LADILS' BELTS, FANCY HAND BAGS, BACK COMBR, BARLTTES, m ^ ndW Ml a IValb HAIR ORNAMEETS, Etc., that will be shown in the town for the coming season. Do not fail to see this line S quick, and supply your wants with the Newe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 July 1909

i ; ■ A HOT TIME. You are familiar with the "sweet refrain,, are you not? You know also that the weather is hot, do you not? But do you know that THE OLD RELIABLE Is hotter after your banking business—than all out of door —than all the rag time "hot times" ever composed or writ' ten—than all the burning, scathing chunks of red hot Sappho that ought not to have been composed or written That it offc-'s conservative, experienced management of your business of whatever nature intrusted, an*J as security, its ample capital and surplus The Continental State Bank of Alto, Tex (1, KOUNSAVIUL,H, Cuttl-ilur Local Happenings Agnew's for fresh groceries. Get your milk coolers ;it the Racket vStore. Best line of cigars in the city at uttiun & Goats1, George Huston was down from Rusk Wednesday. soon as Mrs. MeGaughcv re- covers. Get your groceries from the Racket Store. J. B. Alexander was over from Weehes Wednesday. Ladies, if you want ;t liat cheap, colne to the R-.ekct Store. Perfumes, to....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 July 1909

steries oi Nature Bv G. Frederick Wright. A. M. LL. D. STORY OF A LIME-STONE QUARRY. A NEW ''FEAT." Olio of I'rol". Iluxloy'n most Interest- ing loctiircH was entitled "On a Piece of Chiilli." Oluilk Ih a Hpeciey of lime- wtuno mmlo up mostly of tho shells of .«iilnulo orr.aniHnis, which appear lo good advantage only under tho micro- Kcope. Tho northern portion of Franco mid tho southern shores of Kngland lire wholly inado tip of chalk cliffs, which present a very striking appear- unco- (lie old namo for England, Al- bion, being derived from a word signi- fy irii; (his while appearance. It Is found that in Uio deep sea dredging* Oioho minute organisms which consti- tute I lie chalk formation are still ac- cumulating, though at a very slow lato. Chalk is therefore supposed to Vie a deep sea formation. Ilocks of corrcBl>ondlDg age In other portions cf tho world are known as cretaceous, the word being derived from tho Latin word creta, signifying ehalk. These formatlonH occupy a wid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 July 1909

GAVEL MADE OF MANY WOODS Gift to Medical Institute I* of HI* torical Interest—Cofjlnt Seven- ty-Seven Pieces. Kansas City, Mo.—During the an- nual FCBslon of the American Instltulo of Homeopathy, held In this city u year ago, Dr. William Davis Foster or Kansas City was elected president ot the Institute for the following year. To show his appreciation of his elec- tion Dr. Foster had made a gavel which he presented to the Institute. A year was required for Dr. Foster to get together tho material of which It Is made. The gavel Is made of 77 pieces of wood, a piece from every state Gavel Which Contains 77 Pieces of Wood. and territory In the TTnltod States and from Germany and France. There arc pieces from tho houses or the posKCHHions or all of the pioneers of homeopathy. Each piece In the gavol Is numbered. In a bound volume, called tbe "Gavel Hook," Is contained nil the correspondence bearing upon tho gathering of the material or which the gavel la made. The varieties of wood used ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 July 1909

A Disorder that Breeds Dis- ease in the Body, and an Easy Way to Cure it. Take rare of i1'. • rtomach and you will have little need for t'.ie doctor. Wlien tli • litour .'h begins to show «igns of difj'.der; win !l the fo .1 digests slowly and with discomfort; when yon have hearth.'.; n; fee! i So iled and uneasy, you in j in a condition that needs aitcii- Ition. 1 J'rit*Tcly Ac1i Bitters cornets the dis ordered stoin ich liy itrengtliening and .oniiijj up t!:e di est: co' ..ans, driving i he badly digested food i1 to the bowels and thence out of the system. Constipation is nearly nlways pies- L-r.t when the r.toniaeb becomes sour or Ui.tord.-red. Prickly f. h Hitters con- llttins the medicinal qualities which net ins a restorative and regulator for the 'stomach and bowels. It strengthens the digestive organs, c a re s e.onstipntion and prevents tin return of b'lious conditions Thousands of people who have re ceived lasting benefit from this great iremedy willingly test :fy to its p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 July 1909

K\ tlutcird January*-8, MKM.or the Alto. To.xoPo.sfofflro ns SocwWCuivsNiir -icilI*t Ai tof GMiurr a w rlnri h A, in/'i VOI.L'MK IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, J!'LY m 1909. Number 3-1 ' i«r iVAn THE HOM5 BANK" THE /.\LTO STATE BANK CAPITAL $IO.OOO.i Just Five Cents Each Day! R S-.v?d r;\ "frc.iats to $!82.5Q in ten ye:; Each year's saving invested in one of c 'ici-mnc \vn-> and collection of taxes in ill ci and .shall be and are1 said districts and for the man- hereby named as trustees of ageinent and control of the ti;-. ir re ;vetive districts, withj public school or school , uf power t:> levy the taxes here-! such districts, whether such in authorized until their sue-1 districts are composed of terri- cessors shall be duly clecled j! tory .vliolly within a county and qualified as is or may be or in parts of two or more'prowled by law." counties. And the legislature] Tile propositions to be plac- may authorize an additional ... (1 - ... upon 1: i ad valorem tax- to be levied . ., ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 July 1909

THE ALTO HERALD 11 T. C— ALTO M. McCLURE, Proprietor. iOXAS r TEXAS NEWS HEMS Coleman mid Coleman County had f>ig general rains of about 2 inches Thursday night, insuring good crops. At an early hour Monday morning the Simla ic roundhouse in Houston caught lire. Cause unknown. Dam- age estimated at $75,000. Gas in small quantity and traces of sulphur have been encountered in tin' Denison Petroleum Company's woll four miles north of town, at a depth of 350 feet. Wednesday afternon fire originat- ing in the 11. W. Jones millinery establishment in Abilene, caused fully $7,500 damage before being ex- tinguished. iieporls received in the Depart- merit- of JTcalth Thursday indicate that the state quarantine station at Galveston is almost a total wreck as result of storms. The Quanali Overall Company, the latest acquisition to Quanall's man- ufaeturing enterprises, will begin ac- tive operations within the next fif- teen days. Five people are reported to have been drowned by a cloudburs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 July 1909

,,-T. ESCAPAD] L/ A POST MARITAL ROMANCE BY CYRUS TOWNS KIND BI IL L V<J TfiA T/om BY PAY WALTER6 (COPYRIGHT, 190Q QY IV G CSfAPMAN) CHAPTER I. (n Which It Is Shown That Marriage Does Not End All! The romance of life—In novels!— Is usually pre-marital. No matter In what wild fury of- passion and tem- pest, outward and Inward, the young people may have been plunged, their author seems to think that he has quieted the raging seas of adventure with the oil of his pen—or of his typewriter!—when he has led them to the altar. In the minds of tho creators of the children of fancy prac- tically nothing ever happens after the forging of the hymeneal bond. In tho world It is usually different. The circumstances preceding the marriage of Ellen Slocuin and Bernard Carrlnglon the protagonists of this veracious chronicle of disturbance, were sufficiently unusual In them- selves to have given rise to a num- ber of Interesting and highly exciting episodes, upon which with great reluc- tance I re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 July 1909

llii . ;§'• I 1 •Iff ! .8 fct du •j J** -\1T . M \ v C c w At Prices Beyond a Question of Doubt Lower jTnan Can :Bo Found Elsew.here= ft C 5: determined to dose out our entire i> i 'ull Coeds soon to begin arriving. •nnr.T stock of Summer Merchandise for two reasons—to giv: you the benefit of the wear, and to make room for S Now is the opportune time to save money on the remainder oi yojr Summer purennses. hxceptional values in « y'l'J \lf3 *7VH llj J a n§ .'h sS Summer Stress Materials, Dainty Waistings, Linens, huitings|; Silks, Etc., Summer Underwear, Dainty Hosiery, Neckwear, Parasols, Bi'ts, J" CO'V?, :, PANS, I lANDKi-RCI-Ii'ErS, AND NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES TO SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS FOR HOT WEATHER MONTHS |: $ - rswellest line of LADIES' BELTS, FANCY HAND BAGS, BACK COMBR, BARETTES. S: : " \\ 0W / r riva a K A.IR ORNAMEETS, Etc,, that will be shown in the town for the coming season. Do not fail to sec this line *2 quick, and supply your wants with the Newest of the New before th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 July 1909

Rr mjlls* rrmjui.r « > ■ v Y A H O T T ! M E. You arc familiar with the "sweet refrain,, are ^ou not? \ on knew i thai the weather is Hot, do yoti not? But do you ! now that THE OLD RELIABLE I> hot'er c ;• \ur.r bjr.Kng business—than all cut of dcor —tilts'. a!i x' y time "hot timr.' ever composed or w: It- . ]! ten—tU«:i ■ t I'it bur;scathing chunks oi red hot J S<>pf!io t!.^ i iv-: to h. :z been composed or written ( That it ,o:\ ; co'\'-:er '/C/ cxperieneid management of your busli 10; oi Iw&ver nature intrusted, and as security, its ample ccpitu! ud su -plus The Contmenta! State Bank of Alto. Tex U, I^Ol NSA'/ILLUt CuAlilor Local Happen' ngs Meal at W. T. Williams. Newt Arrant was up from Lufkiu Munjay. ' Swift's Pren,:i.r.i TTurns and lard at Allen Brothers. Mr. A. I\i. Starling was tip from Forest Wedniwiay. Misses Mary licllc raid K'.t/i Harrison are visiting friend:; in Lufkiu. Car of "Our Flay" and "I-i!- berta" flour received this wool; at Agncw's. Sec J. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 July 1909

s@5!@a#88BE Mysteries of Nature • W ■v% !i ■>■■■■■•■■ rr.w.v-.«-1, i rMMTKM——lMUM—1 ■■■■■ _., I I ■ r-ir— ,*j. i.xs*ni +axJMmz**amiamnmamammamm^mib—±*■«• Bv G. Frederick Wright, A. M- LL. D. "of irrigated from "roof ii oi in which V* hii >n army was I ;ii. I tin' in | ,11 it Bo nuit'h lias beon written about I cm I the \ illey of tlm Nile and tho fertil ' tli I'v nfTordod I" the delta und to it nar | So < row atrip along either bank tli rout; Ii i v <i' means of Irrigation that little atten Inn* Hon lias been paid to the Immensely ItaeU-i larger area dependent on Irrigation in | of tb eentral Asia; whereas central Aula ex e. eds. not only In tlio possession of , a fertile soil capable of Irrigation , tnif many times larger than that of l'Jgypl J and equally rich in character, but pretty ; 11 also surpasses it In the uniformity of | thirst l "e i1' ml it I oils which supply the needed \ oliime of water. The delta and Hie irrigated belt along the lower Nile scarcely exceed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 July 1909

' •. rivv^Mani w& w SIX KILLED IN WRECK WRECK ON WABASH ROAD IN MISSOURI, THIRTY MILE3 FROM KANSAS CITY. ENGINE ANO COACHES IN RIVER Three Others Probably Fatally Hurt— Great Damage Done to Train Property. Kansas City, July 2G.—Six lives lost and three people probably fa- tally hurt is the result of the wreck of Wabash passenger train No. 4, when it plunged into the Missouri Hirer thirty miles cast of here Sat- urday night. The train left Kansas City at 9 o'clock Saturday night, and was due in St. Louis ten hours later. Of the right cars which made up the train, five and the engine are now in the river with the water covering all of them except one end of the Des Moines sleeper. A deadhead Pull- man, mail, baggage, day coach and sleeper followed the engine into the stream. The chair car and two Pull* mans alone remained uninjured. COLORADO's HIGH WATER. Portion of Austin's New Bridge Taken Away. Austin: Without warning, a tor- rent of water 6wept down the Colo- rado river late F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 July 1909

' > sshssp* ^ MPW S * 4 "f 5 1 . ; j i? r:) Hi rv:p f4ji utj f.;,-. , Mr TPPr nn, vi.-n nc is conn i lis is runnim v'it; ki ow tin.* i coircct it. t - jfcM" u klllUlu v: u « Bowel Tonic end (e ruin for the bowe icii and <1 r, it ]<*nvc ; 'i hencf.t tl ini• wt'ls remain lion 1 thy : :ul K^'i) c orptipati 1 condition! Uct tr.^ t;tnuiiic v all the i iirurc "3" >:i Red Sold b.v di'uon. ro i. ant h Price $1.( 0 por h mi . on! pr ciji .iv-rxv^ i' iin same n ac ulion: :r:u;;i'iu< J - ami l li Solemn citc rove Tne Jury's Verdict. While in our own minds nul opinions, we, ;.J men, re- *JM i :ir^ l'ie r^c^fcil^al'!t >ct< ■*& after considering our oaths as jurors and carefully consider ing the evidence pi ced 1 erore us, we cannot i.n- suifu ic*n: cvideuee to convict, :i:ul there- fore, render a verdict of not guilty. Such was tl.e verdict ren- icn-d iu an Amsterdam, N. V it de- Stories of Colorado and The Rocky Mountains ~!r HOW A SCENE AND TRAIN LOOKS IN MINIATURE. ■o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 August 1909

kmmjvm. ■tMNMkW p^pappMp in If i/ k Cbe Blto Herald. Ca^jvyJ j(yu>«rvw , (wi.atlhc Wlo,Toxn Posfoffloe asSecomtOusiria! III p 11 e r Ac! o fConoru> March 3. U7« Volume IX ^TO, TEXAS, FRfDAY, AUGUST 6, 1909 Number 3$ THE HO^g BANK1 THE ALTO STATE BANK CAPITAL eiO.OOO.ort Just Five Cents Each Day! Saved up, amounts to $182.50 in ten years. Each year's saving invested in one of OUR CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT Bearing 4 per cent interest, will run the amounf up to $222.56. This is a nice sum of money, and you can start with just a nickel h h Berryman, President M C Parrif.li, Cashier M E McClure ) n , N H Agnew |V,ce Pres 3 You Can Make a Start with Just One Dollar East Texas. • A Fact. East Texas people, espe- cially those in the country, have done but little to add to the attractiveness of the coun- try. This is also largely true of the people in the small towns. On the farms but lit- tle has been done to make them attractive. Too often the only feature appealing to an observer is t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 August 1909

> THE ALTO HERALD I- 1 ' t. m. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, 'll'.NAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS It is reported a contract has boon Jot for n lG-story brick ollico build- ing in Houston. The rice acreage reports a* com- piled by the Texas liicc fanners' as- sociation was given out by Secretary Groves of the association Monday. Mr. Groves stated that the damage to rice by the storm Wednesday had been severe. The acreage for the state is given at 283,282. Public utility corporations in Ar- kansas must pay taxes on franchises hereafter. This edict will be pro- mulgated this week by the Arkansas Tax Commission and Assessors will be asked to list the value of fran- chises according to the bearing they have on their stock valuation. According to President Neill of the State Fanner: ' Union, a 30c per bale redaction on cotton, proposed in the Railroad Commission's cull for u cotton rate hearing, will be accept- ed by the farmers if that rate is made effective. The permanent Texas school fund has tot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 August 1909

V. ESCiM) IL L U6 TfiA T/OMS BY ' PAY WALTERS (COPYRIGHT, /903 OY W O. CHAPMAN) A POST NAKITAL ROMANCE BY CYRUS TO SYNOPSIS. ——— # The Racnpade opens, not In the ro- mance preceding the marriage ot Ellen filocum. a Purltun nil*s. and Lord Car- rlnglon of England, but In their llfo after nettling In England. The scene la placed, Just following the revolution, In. Harring- ton caatle In England. The Carrlngtona, •ifter a house party, engaged In a family tilt, cauHad by Jealousy. I .on] Carrlng- ton and hla wife each made charges of falthlaaancaa against the other In con- tinuation of the quarrel. CHAPTER III.—Continued. "But I thought, my dear child," be- gan I.ady Cecily with covert malice In voice and manner, "that you did not approve of tho—er—wicked little pasteboards." "I have been converted by"—Ellon looked around—''by Lord Stratbgate's arguments this afternoon." Lord Strathgate had not made any arguments that afternoon, but ho was too clover not to follow my lady's lead. "You f...

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

, i* i ■■ 1*^* • "': .'v"> " «u '' i VSajjpgt •'■ ' ;^v"'r •" ".y.; i THE ALTO HERALD M'CLURC & M=CLURE EDITORS AND PUBLISHES! SUCSCRIPTIN RATES Onr Year t 5<> Six Months 25 All subscriptions arc payable in advance. No name will be put on the boots ui?t!l paid for. Hail did great damage to rrops near Mt. Pleasant last Monday. The "first bales" are be- ginning to make tlieir appear- ance in several towns. The Trinity National Bank of Dallas has been designated by the department of insurance and banking as reserve agent for the Continental State Bank rjf Alto. holding class is too strong for the people. They cannot be {timed out and wfe see no belt- ter way to keep tlieui in sym- pathy with those who live by toil. ■ ' A >il. JL. ,-L- j . , A local option election will be held in Limestone county tomorrow. We are in receipt of an anonymous communication f. nin Morrill, giving a certain man of that locality hail Colum- bia for an alleged misconduct in another man's famil...

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