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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 August 1909

n m "" ' " RmmK fen ar P I 1110-1)1) I Notice to Farmrrs. tins year, the corn crop being j almost a total failure, whneall1 other crops are also eat very1 shou. \iter all, there is noLf i• >09-twio, and respectfully eounti y like bast lexis, for solicit a share of the ptildn it we fail in one thin..;, it is■ natro 1 ^e. Will do a leniti will run a .'n V'.to during the season 1 sc f h/3k 1 To buy your Summer rJer-|^'uc'ra,11v evened «p !,y 1 i,t;.i!K- aud will treat ;°w u e lime it !;aS tiun U,ityu-Waf „ ih- the nex: fen Days. We are going to sell Clothing, Hats/ ! „r r,,sh ,.,vius call ,... ->i. urcis vjoods, in fact everything For the hot summer wear at b ,th Phi ; Great Sacrifice ■i • >1 my ability. ivi.us) Coi.e.' . >ues. One lot 10 cent figiw ed lawn .a One ;ot 5 cent white lawn at Out lot cliildrun's 7s.: shippers One of la dies S2,'jG iow quarters One lot • Jits' S3.50 1 - .-j quarters One lot ludie'j 1*4.00 •■> quarters. One lot men s $4.0.. y -.piartcrs t. -.-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 August 1909

, :' mi t . ; Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters gf Especial Moment to tie Progressive Agriculturist I Moreover, we dream of the time 'when country Hihools will he so good I lhat there will be no iieeenslty for farm- T erH with large ! town to cdnr.it> ' ought not to i> There utuiuld hen llie rural dlsiilc The ulnn Ik the rl(;ht narao for It. Don't imik • It mean something else liy OIvcikIoii. II is a glorious thought that you are one of u grand army moving on to i;igiiinpcnt victory. If you have been ft little dilatory In (.he patst, pull off your coat tlila year Hiid work for hiiccobs. Don't "squat In the brocchln'" when there's a hard pull on hand. That Is ftrnt when you are needed. There Isn't any political thunder in fjic union, tint, oh my, that lightning! Whore Is It going to strike? Have you Joined the union? If bo, that Ik the first slop. The next atop 4s to make a good menitior. Only through diversion of forces Hud dlts'o.valty to principl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 August 1909

™* -"> 1;* #? ♦?■ MV'^Vfl NMM& TEXAS RAILROADS' GAIN SUBSTANTIAL BALANCE OVEf? LAST YEAR, ACCORDING TO OFFICIAL 8TATEMENT. A PROPOSAL SHORT OF 1907 HIOH MARK Four Hundred Or Half Thousand Mora Mile* In Operation Than Two Yeara Ago. Austin, Aug. 17.—The Hailroad Commission yesterday made public i statement of results from opera- tion of the Texas railroads for the rear ending June 30 last. While it ihows a substantial balance over last year, the high record of 1!)07 has not been reached. The gross earnings '.his year equal $88,720,512, as igainst $!)G,074,292 in 1907. And, Joo, there are some four or live hun- dred more miles of railroad in oper- ilion this year than in 1907, mak- ing the showing even less, for the tarnings per mile would be at a much greater average in 1907 than In 1909. There wore 12,575 milos In operation in 1907, compared to ver 13,000 this year. The income from operation in 1907 was $25,- 875,827, as against $21,781,985 in 1909. The operating expenses in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 August 1909

Ir -sk $ i « I Q C c t « a K > «JL C< tt «4 v Cb • n Ol CD, th Clii I pel wll 11 J may «rrjf*.■* ■&*** : .1 UCWSpApt'l' i ■ • that 31 is' X i OBSTIPATION •uise of much misery and expense. It vital oiiran? with impurities and brings i nl break-down of health m-.m ASH BITTfRS ■ ru< on" i" Is j : ••••. j! regulator of die greatest merit, it ;:tv ; the bowels mildly yet thoroughly and c\;cii,, is cleansing and srr;n|{then!ng influence to cm .ry part of the body. \ir iacts. 3" In Wed on Proit 1 .1 !. Vi'itii !•* r^iMc t,,l I he uenai.ii SMcc $1.00 per r I re. rUi?Sft'.t5. Texas is doino by comparing, her with other -trstt-s. '1 lie year 1907 the Saw Dust Roads. Making good roads with naetieed iu verage daily 1 sau Uust is Lvinj ttendanceof the T -wis ptiblicja number uf io.-Jities i.i the Irec schools was 17;, ?;'6; tl;■ ■ f -South Two ridge•; of earth or Massachusetts w is 4 1 5,511 an. thrown up (a road machine Texas spent 011 her ••ehoolsi l-.ei.5g required to do the work...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 August 1909

m f>. mm i R®' ! '■'j^r nwrJ. V ("nlciTiJ January*. 8, looi.at I ho. Alio, Toxa Postoffkc avV' wlOusx Mall Haltor Art ofGmures.v March 3.1,W Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27j 1909. Number 39 THE HOME BANK' THE ALTO STATE BANK CAPITAL JE10.000.no "Teach the Children the Habit of Saving" their monry or, they grow up, and you will be doing them a great service. 1 1 s Eighteen women and children are customers of this bank, and ur:y are all satisfied with with our service. t t t t t We are anxious to have the accounts of more ladies and childr en, t : i > " 1 IT H Berrvmau, I're.;i<h-:il M C I'.irrish, Cashier M Iv McClnre ) ... T> . N II A 'licw |Mce Prcss deposits of $1 and up will start an account. Who is the Middleman? Our always interesting and valued c®u temporary, the Memphis N^jytf-S-'imitar, dc clares that the micUilem; 11 must go. "He is the paraite that faps the profits of the farmer and drains the purse of the consumer," it dcvlaies. And it poiiUs as ati e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 August 1909

the, alto herald I I I \ * i t c \ < I c c t. (J w til T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, KXAS J'. (!. Burns of tin TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Ilillsboio's second ailllillil horse i,|low will ho lit-M mi September IK). Friday. "luring h heavy ruin, lighi- niijir struck anil killed J'our horses :iii Iho Mi-NilII farm, i«'n mil«-s northwest of (ircen\ille. Fire early Sunday morning do- -iroved a block of building* in De- vatur, HI., causing a loss estimated at $1,000,000. Josh Koaeli, a Cherokee boy. Iwelve years old. was instantly killed at iluiberi. Okla., Saturday, while engaged in a steer roping contest. Chinatown boiled over again early Sunday morning over the murder of the omst beautiful Chinawoman in -New ork, ISow Kim, 21 year- old. Engineer Stamford and Northwestern llail- way, savs that road would be com- pleted into (iirurd by Sept. 1, a dis- tance of sixty-eight miles from Stamford. In (Jalvcston Sunday there were H.000 visitors. The beach amuse- incni front was crowded all during ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 August 1909

i m If V V«&SM^9a9 1 M Escapad p* [ca 'tr copyright; /9oe ar WA- CHAPMAN) 8YNOP8I3. a post marital ROMANCE BY CYBIJS TO l/L L L/6 T/?A T/om BY >AY WALTERS The Escapade opens, not In the ro- mance prccedlnB Hie marrlago of Kllen Hlocum, ft Puritan mlas, and Lord Car- rlngton of England, but In their lifo after aetlllns In England. The scene Is placed. Just following the revolution. In Caning- ton castle In England. The Curringtons, after a liouso party, engaged In a family tilt. caused by Jealousy. Lord Carrlng- ton and his wife each mado charges of faithlessness against the other In con- tinuation of tho quarrel. First objecting •gainst playing cards with the guests, Lady Carrlngton agreed to cut cords with Lord Btrathgate, whoso attentions to Ellen had bccome n sore point with Car- rlngton. Tho loss of 1100,000 failed to per- turb her, and her huubund then cut for Ms wife's I. O. U. and his honor, Car- rlngton winning. The Incident closed ex- cept that a liking for each othe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 August 1909

.■ ' • TIIE ALTO I! 101?ALD M'CLURE & M9CLURE E DITOf<S AMD PUBLISHERS SUCSCRIPTIN RATES OnoVear ? 5« Six Month 25 All subscription* atv payable in! ]\n nan:' w111 be put local paper. i. By subscribing and pay- It Was Appreciated. Ijditor Alto llt:akl: The article in your last is- sue on "Home Paper Follow You" was a timely and con- siderate oue. Kvery town and I hamlet .should encourage its twlvatici on the books until paid for. . . . iuff for it, and by reading it. The Herald 1. nd.-rs thanks I , , advcrlisin(f literaIly I'exas for ' It is a to Utorney General Davidson for a copy of ' J lie Report and Opini us c<f tli-1 .\111 rney (Jen* i.ml of the St Ae of the years 10 <6-1 (/ >■ very conipachensive volunie, and shows tli. i tlie ropartnient has flied and prost catcd for the t\ ) years cove. 1 by the roi;->rt a total of 203 cases, of which he was sncre.isful in 150, lost 32, with 102 suits sti.l pending. During these two years there w. s recovered iu its column...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 August 1909

Local Happenings I L Miss Alma Nicar is spend/ ing the v.c.:k in Dallas. For fresh groceries, Allen Bros, have the best. Robt. and Pertha Durham were up lrom Purest Tuesday. Mistletoe Hams make rich, red gravy. Agnew sells them. Geo. Huston and wife of Rusk were in Alto Wednes- day. Walter Cole left Sunday for prospering trip to points in New Mexico. See J. T. P.urkc for veteri- nary and dentistry work. Rhone Weaver's stable. I'V-sh boiled meal just re- ceived by W. T. Williams. It is being sold cheap. J. M. I>ur:;ett and Garnet Cole spent a few days in Dal- las this week on business. If you have dandruff, see Murphy & Williams, the bar- bers, for a guaranteed cure. Hon. George B. Terrell has several bushels of home grown seed Iri.-.h potatoes for sale. Phone A^nevv your grocery wants, aid he'll deliver them ri '.hi in your kitchen. Boll) phones. Edwin Palmer still has a few nice horses, that he is cell- ing reasonable. See him at Joe Moore's bani. We have a full line of gro-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 August 1909

fijj i I sir fcc Farmers" Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters ^Especial Moment to the Progrewive Agriculturist OBJECT IN HOLDING CROPS Farmero Do Not Contend for Higher Pricfls, Gut for Fair, Steady, Cuuitable Profits. Mnt'V jvip | lore yre nov | i heir clops | tllCBH |>ll|IO|: prebend tli<' I almost im in ih i never did no l" in farmers to hold pup i tally the grains; but ,li, not : win to fully com- i■ *■,i■ on for doing bo. it l l:,l,l\ the caso that the ad I vice If to hold for hlfe'her prices. ' That i« too M'lflsh n purposo to ho | either right or popular, says t'p-to I l)ato Fanning Farmers do not contend for ' high ! prices 11 in 11101 ■ than do iiianufaetur- lers or iiie'ri'hants Alt they ask for Is up to the Ken- do A federal Judge who can fit the eon-1 more than plan- tln ir rewards on a £ttuition to the rase is in great do-i plane or lev.-| with the rewards re- tnand nowadays and they are not ceived by otlici < l i- -oh o i >01, s> Kxtren...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 August 1909

mmmtu A MSr' 'JSE FOR OLD HORSE CAR, Two Dozen Form Summer Camp Home in Pretty Valley for Work- ing Girl* of New York. New York.—Ah of pennies and pins, ihe llnitl disposition of old street cars is a mystery. About two dozen Ave- nue A curs silently stole uway from New York a couple of years ago. Up the Hudson valley they Journeyed od list oars until they landed at Moun tainvllte, a little hamlet in Oranga county, noted especially for Its sum- mer bonrders. After a still overland trip of a mile or moro they came to rest on the banks of a little stream that hurries through the valley Dinner in the Horse Car. Lined up side by side, like tents In a soldiers' encampment, the cars now form n camp which is maintained by the Ethical Culture society of New York as a summer retreat for Its working girl members. From May to October these girls are privileged ; to enjoy all the advantages of the camp for J3.50 a week. The matron in charge attends to the cooking and superintends the daily life ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 August 1909

■■-?swE«aasiBKSi 1 < i t J I c a r H f fl *> II (1 <w |y It til A Great Fake. ' William J en n in }4S 1 declare, that the new tanll which has just passed cn^.vss is worse than the deinoei. ik. leaders thought the i pn di- em,s would daie do. It not on 1 v ]>iovidc for an actual in- crease in the average rate, but it provides for an additiona increase of twonty-five percent more. If it does not expose to the public view the nr.qnit- tins protective system, difficult t i;na;-;ine an that wouM awaken the ] ^ The truth of it is that tne American public is easily caught by a few phrases. It is only necessary for the re- publican party to raise the ti \ of pauper labor and to asseu that without the blessca doc- trine of protection, wages hi America would fall to a le\ei of those in Ivurope, and <ven man Jack in thecountry ru.-dies to the rescue of 'he ling. When they appl) for work to these protected industi ios, ilf-\ find the jobs taken by Bel- gians, Hungarians, Poles, G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 September 1909

■ ' sfl V SHS ■ CD he Blto IMerald* entered January.. 8, looi.ouhc Hlto.TexnPostofnqp asSoivndCiijs.N Hull Matter Art of Omurfss- March 3. 1870 Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIQAy, SEPTEMBER 3. 1909. Number 40 U, THE HOME BANK" THE ALTO STATE RANK CAPITAL ^ J O.OOO. 00 WE HAVE A FEW MORE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR Your Valuable Papers And before they arc all gone it would pay you to get one. REMEMBER, tbey only cost you 8 % cents a month, and your papers are absolutely protected, besides no one has access to them ex<- cept the owner H II Berryman, President M C l'arrish, Cashier M E McClure N H Agnew Vice Prcs's Call and Ask Us About Them at Once Balance of Power Which the Farm- ers Hold. It has been generally as- sumed by demagogues and political-conspirators that the farmers are more easily misled than any other class. This assumption is probably based ,ou the ease with which this great contingent of voters has been deceived jujiay years •with reference to the protec- tive tariff, and the occ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 September 1909

Sfc— H .uuaau rfHE ALTO II KKALD M'rCLlIRE 8c M ? C LURE EDITORS AND PUBL'#ME58 SUCSCRIPTIN RATES Our Year ? 5° Months . i 25 /ill subscriptions arc payable in advance. No name will be put on tlie books until paid for. The I-Icrald tenders thanks to the management for a com- plimentary season ticket into the San Antoniot'aiv,tliis year, which opens November 6 and closes November 17. The Hptistpn Post issued a comprehensive trade edition of 72 pages Wednesday, which was a credit to that progressive journal and will prove of last- ing benefit to the State. Alto's public school will open Sept. 13, and this prom- ises to be the most successful term in the history of the school. Every parent who can, should witness tne open- ing- Willows for use in making baskets are a new farm crop which the department of agri- culture is doing its best to in- troduce in this country. At present vast quantities of bas- ket willows are imported from France and Germany, but al- ready large plantations hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 September 1909

a*? •fliW ■ Low Quarter Shoes! ] Just six more days in which to buy Low Quarter 1 ~2~ Shoes at Naif Price—yet you have fully three "rjT months to wear them.^This is an heard of occasion, when /ou can buy SHOES at HALF PRICED Take 0^" advantage of this offer & Remember, SIX DAYS ONLY <£ Men's Low Cuts ONE-HALF OFF $6 Edwin Clapp Low Quarters Half Off—per pair $4 Low Quarters— Half Off—per pair £3.50 cow Quarters— Half Off—per pair $3 Low Quarters— Half Off—per pair $2.50 Low Quarters— Half Off—per pair $1,75 and $1.50 Low Quarters— Half Off—per pair $3 00 2 00 1 75 \ 50 \ 25 75 Ladies' Low Quarters HALF OFF All $3,50 Low Cut Shoes ts< —_ Half Off, p;r pair 75 All $3 Low Cut Shoes 4 Half Off, per pair > 50 All $2.50 Low Cut Shoes 1 _ _ Half Off, per pair., \ 25 All $2 Low Cut Shoes < Half Off, per pair- .. J 00 All $1,50 Low Cut Shoes Half Off, per pair „y....... /5 All $1.35 and $1.25 Low Cut Shoes . P Half Qff, per pair 6b Misses' and Children's Low Quarters Wc still...

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

r* * - rtyi>r< i;y«c~ | I f m toj,' 1.11 h I I 1 la. j j 1 ft ?' ■ •! BETZVULE TALES Will Finch and the Belgian Lapdog By Ellis Parker Butter. i Author of Pigs is Pu?s Eic Gt STPATED By PETER NEWELL Will Finch gives notice to every- body In Hetsvtlle (hat the party that Blole IiIh Height ti lap-dog Ib known to blin, and that unless tho <1or Is re- turned before next Wednesday noon tie will offer $5 reward for any Infor- mation leading to the Identification of the thief. Will Is all broken tip over the loss (if the dog. lie paid a dollar for it to a panning tramp who swore ho had •tolen tho pup, or ho couldn't afford to sell It for the price. The tramp naltl tho pup was a llelglan tap-dog, and to prove It offered to let Will Bee It lap up mlllt. If Will would furnish tho milk. Ilo said ho had just re turned from a pedestrian tour of Me* Ico, passing through Belgium on his vvay to Qetsvllle. Will Hort of sug Hested that a lap-dog wasn't one that laps, but one that is small en...

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

j - 1,200 LIVES ARE LOST IN MONTEREY FLOOD CONSERVATIVE ESTIMATES OW PROPERTY LOSSES PLACE TOTAL AT >20,000,000. RAINFALL SEVENTEEN INCHES Survivors Are B lng Fed By Author!- tic*—Hundreds of Bodica Have Been Recovered. Monterey, Mexico, Aug. 30.—At noon Sunday It stopped raining for the first time slnco last Thursday afternoon, anfl some Idea of the horrors of the flood Friday Might snd Saturday could be obtained. It was at first reported that 800 lives wGto lost In tho disaster, but Stmduy shows the tho number of dead will reach 1,200, aud perhaps more. Monterey, Mexico, Aug. .30.—Eight hundred drowned, 15,000 homeless and property damage to the extent of $12,- 000,000 is tho result of a flood which struck this city between 1 and 2 o'clock Saturday morning. For seven ty-two hours it has rained in this sec- tion of the country and tho Santa raturina River rose gradually ull day Friday, tho crest of the flood reach- ing here early Saturday mornlning. It was at first thought that ...

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

k, | 131 1 all women Who suffer with the ailmenc of their sex are in need of (he great strengthening, cleansing and regulating properties of PRICKLY ASH BITTERS / ( ■ It puts the liver, stomach and 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 flrnulne with tlic figure "J" In Red on Front Ubel. Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. Harrison & Son, Special Ag'ts Save Your Feedstuff. If there was ever a tiiue when it behooves the people of this section to take care of their feedstuff, that time is mow. In most communities around Troupe there is a reasonable good crop of corn and forage. There is worlds of hay throughout the country that ought to be saved. Save anything of whatever nature that possesses a feed value. The black, waxy belt of Texas, which has in time past served as our corn crib (be it said to ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 September 1909

S !«• VOLUME IX flittered junnuiv.-R, imii.ntthe Alto, TexoiM.itoffleo osSeconilCu:,iliri<iitrrArtofr.>iuirr\.v ,-mi, us. m/., ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1909. Number ^ i tl THE HOME BANK' T£?e Alto state bank CAPITAL £1Q.OOO.<io WE HAVE A FEW MORE DEPOSIT BOXES 1-OR Your Valuable Papers And before they are all gone it would pay you to get one. REMEMBER, tbey on!/ cost you 8 !; cents a month, and your papers are absolutely protected, besides 110 one has acces", to them ex^ cept the owner II II Berryman, President M C Purrish, Cashier M I' M lure N II Ajmcw Vice Pres's Call and Ask Us About Them at Once Templeton's Slaff. Gener.a1 ]. Allan Tomplcton f of Jacksonville has just an- nounced the Htaff appointm "Mils of the Fiiv.t brigade, Texas division, United Confederate Veterans, and among U • ap- pointees is one Houston ian, Dr. R. B. Lignoski, who is made surgeon general with the rauk of lieutenant colonel. Dr. Lignoski lias-accepted the position, which came as a co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 September 1909

BR. FREDERICK A. COOK DISCOVERS NORTH POEE BtACIIES LUNG Ml fl)R OOAl Story of Finding Almost Forbid- den Land April 21. 1908, and Dash for the Pole. UNITED SI A1IS fLAti PLACED ON COVETED SPOT p. . — ... Comparatively Smooth Ice Found at Pole by Ifxplorer and Esquimaux Natives—Dr. Cook Writes of Experiences. Copenhagen, nn board the Egedc, which Sept. 2.—Dr. Cook was Danish steamer Hans passed Lerwick, Shet- land Islands, at noon yesterday, en routo for Denmark. The telegram an- nouncing Dr. (look's achievement was pent by a Greenland official on board the steamer, and road as follows: "We have on board the American traveler, Dr. Cook, who reached tho North Polo April 21, 1908. "Dr. Cook arrived at Upernivlk (northernmost Danish settlement In Greenland, on nn island off the west coast), in May, 1309, from Cape York, (in northwest part of Greenland, on llaffin bay). Esquimaux at Cape York confirm Cooke's story of his Journey." Dr. Frederick Cook, accompanied by a Norwegian, left Eta...

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