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

1 /r Wemift WSllninigfly tt<n> Beattlhi wUh Mann H© L©wd B@y Cheerfully Yields Life Ratifr- eir C@inn)p^S®o to Wfooinrj He Was Attached Chicago—this ia the strange story of the love of a man and a boy. The man was u musician and hopeless Invalid. The boy was no kin. Rut the boy loved the man bo that he forswore his own mother to run awuy with him. And when the moment came that the man could stand his pain no longer, alone in the woods beside the lake the boy lay down, bared ills breast to a dagger, and waited with closed eyes while the man sought his heart. The boy died. With shaking hand tho man plunged the knife into his own breast, but his stroke failed to find a vital spot. Hours late.r soldiers at Fort Sheri- dan found the man, wandering and gibbering and clawing at his bloody breast. They took him to the hos- pital at the fort and strapped him to a cot. It was not until daylight came that they paid much heed to his mut- terlngs and the writing that he scrawled upon a sli...

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

naHHMB ■ 4 eRSBa " ■ ' BHHmINPmp? ';v^l ORDINANCES OF THE / VI \ \ vie tod in (ho Corporation Coprt of said Town ot an ptTense against the law* of (hp Stile, or any ordinance of said Town, lie tfhall be conflued In the Town jail pr calaboose until the fine and cqsts agglpet hlpi are i>ald. at the rale o\ one dpiiar a day for path da* be la so confined; provided that on default In the payment of the One and costs adjudged against him. he roar he co^np^Hed to labor on the pul>|lc street*, ©He ye and public grpopds «n(j highway* ot said Town under top regulations hereinafter stated; provided tb^ when there la no n ct tiUT f r U^or on thp public ntrr<ol«. aHff apd pnbllc grounds and hlghw rg, jyyry person so convicted may opder (h* regulations hereinaf- ter stated be hired out to any Indi- vidual. eemp ny er corporation with- in Cherokee County, for the purpose of paylar discharging the fine and coet* adjudged against him. Dur- ing; tke tprra of luch hiring the per- son hired s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 August 1909

i <* * /> * I'upt the niofal.H of youth, or rfiall denitjnedly make any obscene or In Accent exhibition of his own person or the person of another, or of any obscene or indecent picture or paint- ing in public, shall be fined in any sum not less than Ave nor more than one hundred dollars. Art. 47. If any merchant, grocer or dealer in goods, wares or merchandise, pr any trader in any business what- ever, shall s«>ll or barter on, Sunday, he shall be lined not less than live %M not jnore than twenty-five dol- lars; provided it shall not be a viola- tion of this ordinance to sell or bar- ter any of the cold drinks and other rtlclcB not prohibited by the laws of Texas; and provided further than it Khali not be a violation of this or- dinance to sell or barter any drug or piedlclne. VAUBA5CY. Art. 4$. Every vagrant of this Town phn.ll, upon conviction, be fined In any |utn not expv^ing ten dollars. Art. 4P. Tho following persons are VMcr&nts within the meaning of the preceed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 August 1909

is? . *b i: ViVi^M ■ 4 , • Hh, ? THE '-<A.^.--L Ift'ivt. .tr. l- lilliiii'iiM ERICAN'i HOME JJgf'lrA.BADFORD EDITOR Mr William A. Rudforil will answer questions and give mlvlei' FHISK OK t'OST on all sllljji'i'lK pertaining to the subject of building Tor tin' readers of tills paper. On account of Ids wide expe- rience as Kill tor, Aullior and Manufac- turer, he la, without doubt, the highest auftiorlty on all these subjects. Address all Inquiries lo William A. ICadford, No. 191 Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111 , and only enclose two-cent stamp for reply. An eight-room house somewhat, on Hie bungalow order, or rather a modi flcutlon of the bungalow Idea, Is given In this plan. A bungalow, properly ^peaking, has only one floor, but this plan provides throe bedrooms above and the kitchen is added at the back with a lower roof. The bungalow developed In tills country on the Pacific const. The Idea, was probably originally brought from India although a great many archl tocts claim that the mo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 August 1909

m r Mm :/ WWW*. •T- ■ ;• "hi r I* <: - I. Friedman A Co WILL HAVE THEIR SEMI-ANNUAL CLEAN UP SALE! Beginning a week from tomorrow^ when some of the to west Prices ever had in Alto will be quoted Watch Out for Our Important Announcement Next Week Youll Save Money by Waiting for This Big Clearance Sale t i • %' ' ' t • /_•* I*}", 3$ * K ■V, i :*X V * i- & ' 1 • Ik I * Local Happenings Chops and bran at N. H. Agnew's. Get. j-our sugar at the Rack- et $tore. A complete line of fresh drugs at 'Juinn & Coats. Will Watkins visited his parents in Douglass Sunday. Elbert Allen transacted busiuess (?) in Lufkin Satur- day. Best flour in town—every sack guaranteed—at Allen Brothers. For toilet articles, per- fumery, etc., go to Guinn & Ccats. Miss Annie Fisher spent Sunday in Rusk, guest of Mrs. L. W. Tittle. Get your dinner pail from the Racket Store. They arc Cheap. Guinn &. Coats have just received a full line of station- ery. Miss Black, of Rusk, is the guest of Miss Lou...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 August 1909

- ----■-• - , ,7- ;■ -, . • .. *■ ..r • • ■ -;-. - ^ ' ' .' 1. >' "J '* . mMKLm —T" rufrrfr y r Farmers' Educational jaod Co-Operative Union of America tditud unil Contrlbulod by \V ,S. MORC.AN, Springfipld, Missouri. 'fliul downward revision of tho tar- iff is nut ho downward as you might f li In It. It special privileges mo to bo grunt- ed to anybody they ahould bo granted <o I ho weak and not tho atrong. It remains to ho eoen whether tho farmers will lake tamely tho tariff yvfilcli the barons aro preparing to hand down to them. It boats tho band tho way govern incnt prosecutions against the trusts and corporations peler out before any of the guilty culprits got put In Jail When tho farmers aro thoroughly organized, as Ihoy should be, they will constitute tho most powerful element sn tho political situation. They will «KiO(l no new party. When they as- koi I themselves In a business way {.hoy will bo llstenod to and their do- snanda heeded. Twenty students recently graduated...

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

if REIGN OF ANARCHY IN SPAIN'S TERRITORY DOZENS OF PRIESTS AND NUMS HAVE BEEN RUTHLESSLY SLAUGHTERED. TERRIBLE QUAKE IN MEXICO V Market* Are Destroyed and People Are Faolng Famine. Shock Worst In Many Yeara. London, Aug:. 2.—A dispatch receiv- ed here from Ccrbere, Franco, report that the revolutionist* have proclaim- ed a republic of Barcelonla and that the fortress Montjulch Is constantly firing upon the districts occupied by them. Forty revolutionists havo been shot without trial, The situation Id l'nlamos, tho center of the cork Industry, is reported to be alarming and fears are expressed for the safety of the foreigners there. Tho difficulty with the Riffs has been absolutely forced on Spain. Tho prov- ocation was such as no Government could Ignore; the situation Is such as no self-respecting people could retreat from, for to retreat would Involve great material and political loss. The Immediate trouble began on July 8. One that day a party of seven Spanish workmen engaged in r...

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

1 ii mm TlOUI*,MO PRICE *IQP BAD DIGESTION Billouinet* and constipation bring on kidney disease which la the great destroyer of life. The safe course is to remove bilious disorders as soon as they appear. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is a system tonic and corrective which carries its cleansing and stimulating influence to every part of the body, drives out impurities, strengthens diges- tion and quickly restores cuergv and cheerful spirits. a«t the Oooulii. with tbo Figure "J" In Red on Pront Label. Sold by Druggists. Harrison & Son, Special Ag'ts Can You Figure This Out? * close-fisted, a skinner in trades, A banker going home for slow to meet his obligations, his dinner saw a $10 bill on | unpleasant in his dealings the curb stone. He picked it1 'H;s ^How man, the world tip and went 011 llo his home.; knows he is a misera ble sin- While at home his wife re.! ner, no matter how loud his marked that the butcher had |*0,'gs or llow loud lus P™yer.s- sent a hi 11 amounting to 510. S°metini...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 August 1909

,/fA an dbc Blto -Herald CnU'ird Jon «rv>-8. i!toi ,nl the Alio, Tivm PoMcffi, ,- usSisromK'ui'iv "lull Mottrr Ar I of <'mujrcs.v ritirch l. I v/<> ❖ Vol,I'M H IX 11 1 *• 1 ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST .3. 1909. NUMBKR 31 H I M " 't ■y:-m vtTHE HOME BANK" THE ALTO STATE RANK CAPITAL #IQ.OOO.i«' "Teach the Children the Habit ot Saving" their inpijey as they grow up, and you will be doing them a great service. 1 s s Eighteen women and children are customers of this bank, and they are all satisfied with with our service. t t t 1 We are anxious to have the accounts of more ladies and children. ( ; i i •• II II Birryman, President M C Parribh, Cashier M E MeClure } N II Agnew ) Vice Pres's Deposits of $1 and up will start an account. A Pistol Toting-Crirninal. The late Governor Hogg never failed, while ii} office or out, to denounce the "pistol- toter," and upon that most dangerous of all violators of the law, and his co-criminal, the "mobbite," lie poured out the vials of his...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 August 1909

• i the. alto herald v. mm T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. S OF THE WEEK I- Err- AI/TO. TLX AS A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. TEXAS « ITEMS The meteorological report fur I ho month of July us kept by T. 15. U il- Bon, voluntary observer, of Mclvin- | jiey, shows July to lmvo been the hottest month for many years. Land Commissioner Hobison re- j reived notice Tuesday ut Austin that i oil had been struck at a depth of; 500 feet in Brewster County, sixty- | live miles south of Alpine. In response to the lily's invita- tion to visit Fort Worth during his j Western tour, President Taft has \ replied that it will be impossible for him to do so. The people of Texas Tuesday, in nil election redeemed the credit of the Stale by validating a large amount of bonds held by the courts to have been issued illegally. Corpus Christ! Monday had a hearing before the board of army en- gineers in Washington on the sub* ject of the proposed twenty-five-foot channel from that city to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 August 1909

i- V I- I: I • ESCiPADJ BHADY A POST MARlXiL ROMANCE BY CYRUS TO1 VLLl/cS TfiAT/ONd BY PAY WALTERS (CQPVAHGH7; /90B £>Y Sjy. #„ CHAP/1AJV) SYNOPSIS. opens, not In thn ro- tno mnrrlftKo Of Ellen Th« Buoapniln 01 Tnanco preceding thn ....... Hloctim. a Puritan miss, fttul bora C.sr- rlugi.n t England, but In their life after nettling In England. The srene la placed, luat f«1towlng the revolution, In CarrlnK- ton caatU In England. The Carrlnatons, after a taous# party, cnganeil In a family tilt, cauaeil by Jealousy. I.ord Carrlns- lon ar>4 his wife each mode churgea of fatthlMMiasa UK#lnat tin other In oon- linuatlan of the quarrel. First objecting against playing cards with the Buasts, l.ady Carrlngtop. agreed to out cards with 1 ,nr« Strathgate, whose attentions to Ellen hai become a sore point with Car- rlngtan. The loss of $10<>.ft00 failed to per- turb her. and her husband then cut for tils wife's I. O. U. and his honor. Cnr- rlngtaa winning. The Incident elosed ex- ce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 August 1909

MM*; Yourjdollar will 60 DOUBLE duty during this CLEAN UP SALE AHEARN BUILDING I. FRIEDMAN & CO rnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm AH EAR,N BUILDING CLEAN UP SALE! REMEMBER THIS SALE WfLL ONLY LAST SEVEN DAYS—^ COME! ^ u..<.!r.< cc lnc tausht us not to carry ovrr any goods fronl season to season. Therefore, we inaugurate this CLEAN UP SALE- Our success 11 l(pijoiJ 'EM OUT" regardless of cost or profits. Our stock comprises Bright, New and Up-tO'Date Merchandise. We advise the ?"oplTof Alio and surrounding country to.ufe advantage of this sdlc. Here will be a saving of 25 to i} per cent on each article purchased. ,'Money < ' i ^ " TVT/- ♦/> ♦K/* rvit*pt saved is money made" Note the extremely low prices quoted below Sale Begins Saturday, Aug. 14th SATURDAY, August 14 th TO SATURDAY, August 21st || Sale Ends ^ Saturday, Aug. 21st LOW QUARTER SHOES PUSH 'EM OUT No, 1 $6 oo Hdwin Clayp Low Quarter Shuts Clean 'eiu up at 0" PUSH'EM OUT No, 2 y $4 oo Brown's Stars-Star I.ow Quarter Shoes ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 August 1909

lore Now is the Time Si your Summer Mer- at less Prices ipr the next Ten Days. We are going to sell Clothing, Hats, of the State Union, will be the principal speakers of the daj\ Both union and nonunion peo- ple are earnestly requested to attend as the question ot rais- ing wheat will be discussed and other questfons of vital j r: . interest to the farmer. than ractory _ No ir atte' ho Shoes, Laess Goods, in fact everything Tor the hot summer wear at iSp yiu.1" a Great Sacrifice Wayne' w* v One lot 10 cent figured lawn at One lot 5 ccnt white lawn at One lot children's 75c slippers One lot ladies' $2,50 low quarters One lot ladies' $3.50 low quarters One lot ladies' $4,00 low quarters One lot men's $4,00 low quarters One lot men's $3.50 low quarters One lot men's 50 cent shirls One lot men's $3.00 hcts long you liave Kidney Pills will S. L. Bovreu, of writes: I was a sufferer from kidney disease, so _ I -p l that at til. e i could not pet out ' | of bed, and when I did I cculd not 3...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 August 1909

• . ... ..It" - . = Y\ I \ \ 1 Sflfc #!'/ Hlfi m TUFT MS TARIFF BILL Senate Passes Conference Report by Vote of 47 to 31 and Then Adopts Reso- lution Correcting The "Joker THE HOUSE pUSCKLY APPROVES TOE ENACTMENT Measure Then Went to the President and tlic Battle Over Re- vision, Wliieli Has Been On for More i hail Four Months, Is Ended—Amendments Arc Voted Down. CHRONOLOGY OF THE PAYNE TARIFF LAW. March, 4, 1B09, President Tuft called mi extraordinary ses- Bion of congrcub to revise tlio i a riff. Maroh 16—Congress convened. March 18—Chairman Payne, of «lie house ways and means committee introduced a pro- visional liili. A (M il 19—limine passed bill and transmit*ed It to (he senate. April 12. Senate began consid- eration of the mesaure. July 8 Senate passed bill with 84T amendments. •Inly 9—Tariff question shifted frwiu both houses of congress and Bent to eoiiferenco com* raUlco. July 29 Conferees readied agreement, and It was signed and reported to the house. July lit—House adopt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 August 1909

/ r .-w 1 —3 E RETURNS 10 SAVE REAPPEARS WHEN WIFE OF YEARS AGO 18 DEPRIVED OF SECOND HUSBAND. KEEPS SILENT FOR 20 YEARS John Taggart, Former Pastor, Wan- dered In Strange Lands, But Never Lost Trace of tha Woman He Loved. Blooiusburg, Pa.—Presumably dead for 20 years, Kev. John Taggart, at one tlino pastor of a Methodist Protestant church at Glen Lyon, this county, who has with allont resignation endured the role of an Enoch Anion for a great- er p-rt ot that time, has now reap- peared Just In time to save the wife of his youth from poverty. Her sec- ond husband, whom she married after she was convinced that Taggart had perished In the Johnstown flood, Is In (all In consequence of a domestic crime that has completely estranged him from bis family. Therefore, Taggart appears as a helper and a savior, to take back tbe wife ot his youth and to provldo for her nnd her children by her second marriage. Taggart's history Is a strange one, and not the least Interesting feature ot It Is the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 August 1909

v., « 0t , ^gMg ?"v '«M<W«"W*,,a# " ' ' m.S ' B9 * J «</ <* . 1 II I ' rr •r'. ' ii r Elw- < I#.. r'/ Bs- "y—a r 11 WHEN YOU FEEL BAD If you arc bilious, languid, constipated, suftur from indigestion, sour belching, bloated feeling, bad breath, headache, wind in the bowels, dizziness, you need PRICKLY ASH BITTERS The Cheat System Cleanser and Regulator, A few doses will open and purify the bowels, tone up the stomach, stimulate the kidneys arid liver and impart a feeling cf strength and vigor. It transforms a tired, nervous, halfsick man or woman into one of bright, rrddy good health, energy ar.d cheerfulness. Oct the (Icnulne with tho Hgure "3" In Red on Front Uibt.;. Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. Vaseline Butter, "The Silly Summer Season'' has furnished nothing; funnier than the solemn discussion by jneny papers supposed to have common sense, of the Stand- ard Oil's alleged purpose t< manufacture butter from crude petroleum. There is not half as much se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 August 1909

mam yrzr - mrnm ^8385' Crt '•* tv <j Jt'tiiVflrvK, 8, I -1. nMhc Hi to. r "'HitasMjIr inurr - n«rrn5, \OLUMK IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDA |-|---|il -Trfrrnri ill ■ !■! ■iWMt« lMWirtHW«WPMWOW n armers HOME BANK ■H t? - B I 11 will give the sS 20,fc>00,0Q0. Cotton seed oil j cents per gallon ALTO STATE BANK j^m'an't, CAPI A.L SIO.OOO.uo ) $ 1.1,500'0f There are r^c- Numbkr sS «t. Mir-. ... v- v. < «m- % n M .nirtttrvrr * s orth 30 the state S'.ioti t of. We ave MONEY, MEZL'MA, PENCE, ' GELD. DOUGH. STUFF, RHiNO, ?;NG"GRCEN m "Teaeh the Children the Habit of Saving" their money as they prow up, and you will be doing them a great servicc. « 1 : Eighteen women and children are customs rs of this bank, and ihey are all sausrieJ with with our serv ee, 1 1 : 1 s We are an - ious to have the accounts of more IrJks ond children. s : s : f t- > H II Berry wan, President M C j'ani.jli, Cn^hii-r M 1' Mt.Clnre "I N H Agnew 1 Vice 1'rs's ics in tlie state. The cotton fact , -, of the state re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 August 1909

EBHHHINNHi -?ar ?i ] the ALTO HERALD lap T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, - T F.N AS TEXAS NEW3 ITEMS While patrolling his bent, in Ft Worth Thursday night, about 10 o'clock, Policeman Ad W. Campbell was shot and instantly killed. Monday morning a fire was dis- covered in the I. 0. 0. F. Hall in I'ryor ('reek, Olc., and in less tlian one hour u damage of $.33,000 was sustained. The Texas and Pacific Railroad in Marshall is to use natural gas. P>.y using natural gas the compiuiy will save a considerable sum of money annually in the shops. The Stonewall Jackson Camp, 1< C. V., are making big preparations for their annual reunion, which will he held in Brown wood on Aug. 2-1 25 and 2(1, three days. Normal conditions again prevail in the Gulf of Mexico, the storm which caused some alarm Wednesday having passed inland between law- pico, Mexico, and Brownsville, Tex. Northwes'.srn Texas was visited Monday by good rains, which was also the case regarding a wide sec- tion of territory...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 August 1909

mmr-j ~ m*®?mar-- Escapad A POST MARITAL ROMANCE BY CYRUS TO\ ,/LL U<5 TRAT/ON<5 BY PAY WALTCP6 {COPYRIGHT, /90Q £>Y \W O^CHAPATAN) 1 V SYNOPSIS. The Escapade opens, not In the ro- mance preceding the marrlaRo of 121 Ion Slocum, a l'urltan mlns. and Lord Cur- rlnffton of England, but In their life after nettling In England. The Hcene In placed. Just follow!nK the revolution. In Carrlng- ton rustle In England. The Carrlnntona, • ftor a limine party, engaged In a family tilt, caused by Jealousy, txird Carrlng- ton and his wife each made charges of falthlritsnoss ngalnnt tliQ other In con- tinuation of the quarrel. Flint objecting against playing cards with the guests, J.ady Carrlngton agreed to cut cards with J>ord Strathgate, whoso attentions to KUcn had become a sore point with Car- rlngton. The loss of $100,000 failed to per- turb her. and her huaband then cut for his wife* I. O. I J. and Ills honor, Car- rlngton winning. Tho Incident closed ok- cept that a liking for e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 August 1909

I f I i ¥ . a 1 I ' \ I'llF A! TO FII'JaALI) (r M •CI. U R > L"1 , M ? C .. U ft E i .iiuifHrss <;*!I'TIN RAtr.S Tut:; Only I IIWiMI—I r Mft.-. ) Standard 1 .ahon. . ^ } wiiil' orligurtJ ' I i i lard < ... ,'! - lit Friedman pu ill ti: "<■ 'J" llC ' ' ' SCiulld caiic Thjr! v-t;r t .dj U U&C. \> week, so ' !i . t< t nlled si. io tun are 11 effect. Auk gear 111 v 1;t\ that the .' hank • :.J' same !«. a b y but tiie grea sessmeut geio I i 1: . and tin. d \\ -h • the tiepar establish as pr<.\ ii.i "The ■ 1 lat town art says ! i. • "The u v up i ■ :.! bin .mess average 1 time s : , t ad. init o1 ail v 1 .M\-iir . : SOUlCwilt i breezes ■) The a, • " . mire v. hich I'll!' ' 1'CV utu ci:Oct iast all ill'' laws en • ilar and two i.f the ]c;• isla— ' ill r. and iig tlx...si tli ■ bai . included, s< ;ts of a'l slat' ■ ■. u ti ,'.iiiced. V.Z Q h,.. F s x Monday Oniv w im— ■ w*r T i mmwmmmmmm 8 OUNCE DUCK for Cotton Sacks i >ne hale til -I nnlai d > j;i adc H ' ...

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