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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 September 1909

tim M •,v^i"; 1 m •fe; Escapad A POST flARim ROMANCE BY CYRUS TOWftS JLLL/d TP A T/ON6 BY fiAY WALTERS (copyright. /906 e>: w o .chapman) SYNOPSIS. Tlii- Ksrapade open", not In (ho ro- mance jireccriinK tho marriage of Klloji Sloctim, ii I'lirltim iiiIhh nml T,ord Car- rlngton of Kngland, but in their life after mMtlltiK I" England. The scene In placed, Juat following the revolution, In Carrlng- ton cubiIo In England. The Ciirrlnntons, after a house party, engus-d In a family tilt, caused by Jealousy. Jx>rd Carrlnc- ton and Ills wife each made charges of faithlessness against the other In con- tinuation of the quarrel First objecting against playing curds with tlio guests, Lady Carrlngton agreed to cut cards with Lord Strathgate, whose attentions to Ellen hud become u son' point with Car- rlngton The loss of $1UO.O(«I fulled to per- turb her, und her husband then cut for his wife* 1. O. 17. and his honor, Car- rlngton winning. The incident closed ex- cept tluit a liking for ea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 September 1909

-■ Sgii©^ il 11 II | : Uii jjuYnVf"-'^^ iMMMahi«MWM iiii>l M^^ Ti ^*i IAP thr r^i? , i , 3 1 S p ■ 3 R il ti a. K f iJ 61 i y s \ 1 1 y w 7 7T %V~7~^77Trp,it(*st Di v Goods Market in the Southwest, where we purchased one of the most complete stocks of Dry | We have just returned from -.t, Lo . . . y surrounding iccal ty. Our purchases are complete in every detail, and thr bulk of the Roods > Goods .hat vc have ever r :rcd to the trad, o. Alio «nd ur rounding icol y ? ; f Dry Goods, and ,11 that goes with Dry Goods, har- j Viw SH^"; ^^?^^arU„^Show;„J,DRE^MATE R!ALS.tonsis,illB„, k ■ <1 E H ■ H- "O CS j. r.^O .£ tvL'Undl? 0, 3rii iantines, ?< v. .•* ' '' - ' r« * M ' * X* i 11 i "C _ I I U^IIIIU| 0VIIVU| I UIMI vivul| PrUDlliU VIVll If jn both plain aid invisible stripes, in all'the latest colors--black, brown, £ray, blue, green, dark reds Taffetas, SeIks, Wash Silks, China Silks, Satins- Btc ^ r you conic wish. Trimmings, Laces, Notions, Hosiery, Frn-ishing Goods of every...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 September 1909

Ahearn Building >i j Ahearn Building i. *•- * ALTO'S POPULAR STORE o l fc- uuq /7 ADY F OR ; DHOOL. io the ; 'otherj of Alto and Vicinity Greeting School Begins Monday, September 13! Nov/ h 11,? tnr.e to begin getting the youngsters ready for School V/e are prepared to supply a!I yoitr wants -WE ARE H SADQUARTERS^^ For the Girte Cults' Shirts, Fcr'hJ Hats, Collars, Ties Shirtwaist;;, Underwear, Itc Oingha n, Calico, Suiting Waistihg, Skirting Ribbons, Laces, Etc O A/ P ' f\r 1 o K s £ */ S, Cj ?1 d i; - :: ;K a ^ DU is udaiU UN&LO * r* !j if £ ' O Wiinclcriic .'j U.noi Suits Supporters n> eton WaisH Handkerchiefs Shoes Caps Belts, Etc' SPECIAI 324 page Webster V/E CARRY A COMPLETE LING OF Dictionary JOc SCHOOL SUPPLIES 1.0c p'ke colored Crayon. Jjg iPeilClI Boxes, Score Bage 5^0 pwc 1Pchc;? Table I Lead Pen rib, Pencil Sharpeners, Pencil Holdera, Inks K £&, , ft Ink Erasers, Pencil Holders « ,, SPdECIAL COMBINATION PENCIL and PEN Ond dozen Plain Cedar Lead Pencils 5c P...

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

•* i ■:{ \ €. ® I PEARY ROBERT E. FINDS NORTH POLE United States Naval Officer and f vplorer Plant- ed American Flag at Arctic (ioal, Sn Says the Message. YANKEE GRIT CONQUERS FROZEN LAND The first Word of Peary's Success Reached New York Monday at 12:39 o'clock and the Homeward Voyage Was Re- sumed Immediately On Sending News PATIENT SUFFERING. Many Women Think They Are Doomed to Backache. It Is not right for women to be al- ways ailing with backache, urinary ilia, headache and oth- er symptoms of kid- ney d Incase. There 1b a way to end these troubles quickly. Mrs. John H. Wright, 606 EaHt First St., Mitch- ell, S. D., says: "I suffered ten years With kidney complaint and a doctor told mo I would never get more than temporary relief. A drugging pain and lameness In my back almost disabled mo. Dizzy spells come and went and the kidney secretions were Irregular. Doan's Kldnv Pills rid me of these troubles and I feel better than for years past" Sold by all dealers. 50c. a bo*, i ^ost...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 September 1909

m wra j M MHMJ awsw THE ALTO HERALD T. M. MoCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, - - - - - TEXAS err? TEXAS NEWS ITEMS An anti-horse thief asosoiation has been organized in Denton as a result of several losses recently. Dirt was broken this week on the new building to be erected by the Citizens' National Bauk in Brown- wood. Home was visited by nn earthquake Tuesday afternoon. The damage done was slight and no catastrophes have been reported. The contract has been let for the erection of a $(>,000 school building ut Ovalo, near Cisco, the work t" begin at once. I The committee to locate the Wot Texas Normal. Thursday gave the institution to Canyon City, one of twenty-seven competitors. The cotton receipts by wagon in Terrell have been rapidly increasing the pa*t ten days. The daily re- ! ceipU exceed 100 bales. Tracklaying has been commenced on the Concho, San Saba and Llano Valley Railway out of Miles in the direction of Paint Rock. The contract, has been lot for the (Construction of the Gu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 September 1909

■tohwwE ,vV, I & f fe •! Brown's Philcropli)1 In some hollies the Hi: lc- i n the ci.uk: table means litth more tlmn a horseshoe ovei the dour. Von can ii" more \\ ltli a pop- •.'tin when using it right than you can with a musket wlu i. using it wrong. Many a fine career lias been i cut short by ti long tongue, j Don't look at your bank book to find out how rich you are. Look at the promises ol God. The man who talks the iotidest about the hypocrits in the church is the one you need to watch the closest in a horse trade We need more of the kind of preaciiing that will make a sinner cither quit his mean- ness or tret out of the eh m ireh. You can't make truth blush b\- looking it in the face. Many a nan prays for grace, when what he needs is grit. We can never have right views about redemption as long as we have wrong view.' about sin. The bravest man is the oiu who is scared the worst and runs tiie least. The devil is when he loo!; sheep. St. 1 .ml ue\ to show any k that he coul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 September 1909

I iiiuMTiiiiiai. ■ dbe Blto 1Hera eplt«rrdJarx*rv>. , i oi .allhc Alto. TexaPostofflce osSocon (K'mss Hull natter Art of Omorrsv MarchJ. is;t Volume IX AI/TO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1909.' Number 42 'the home j=SAN|<" THE ALTO state BANK CAPITAL SBIO.OOO.oo PLEASE NOTICE OUR CONTINUED GROWTH March Deposits $ K14496 April 28 - Deposits 21,362 36 June 23—Deposits 32,386 27 SEPTEMBER 1—Deposits 36,029 96 /. S >ETS Furniture & fixtures $ 1,833 3° Loans 31.773 39 Cash ; Total 12,881 ot .£>46,487 70 LIABILITIES Capital ....... $ 10,000 00 Profits.407 74 Cashier's checks 5000 Deposits 26,029 96 Total total........... .$46,487 70 Condensed Statement for September 1, 1909, If you a.e a customer of this Bank, we thank you for your pat- ronage. If not, we would like for you to ha our customer, either as a depositor or a borrower II H Berryman, President M C Parrish, Cashier .: . M F. McClure N H Agnew Vice Pres's Fashion Notes. , - I have just rettifuod from S market, whe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 September 1909

^SSSt« - *■'< N , m Singular and Plural. "Wheii' v< i 1^' K(''s to thinking bow muoh tin y'r< ill debt it affectH bur iit.fvwt." "Huh! the wuy it affects her huHbunU la Hlngular." "How bIii gultir?" "Just singular, It affects his 'nerve.' He tried to borrow u hundred lrom me lu-tluy."—Catholic Standard und Times. Just an Angel. "My wife i awfully good (o ins." "Lucky uian! How does she show "She lets me spend nil the money I save by nhiivtn;-, myself to buy bus# ball tickets."—Cleveland Header. DEEP SEA TALK. Women in Postal Service. The distinction of first appointing a Woman postmaster does not belong to America, nor Is the employment of women In the postal service a new Idea. As early as 1548 a woman post- master was appointed to look after the mails of Braine lo Comte, an Im- portant town of France. In the try- ing times of the Thirty Years' war, the principal office In the postal serv- ice of Europe was held by a woman, Alexandrine de Hue. From 1628 to 164G Bbe was in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 September 1909

?wi itfuyteiw . w 10 '- m I *in K / A TEXAS CLERGYMAN Speaks Out for the Benefit of Suffer- ing Thousands. Rey. O. M. Gray, Rapt 1st clprgy- «an, of Whitesboro, Tex., says: "Four years ago I suffered misery with lumbago. Every movement was one of pain. Doan's Kid- ney PiUs removed the whole difficulty after only a short time. Although I do not like to have my name used publicly, I make an exception fn this ease, so that other sufferers from kidney trouble may profit by my axperience." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a ho^ (Toster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. V. THE TROUBLE. "Don't take it (to hard," said the nympathetic friend; "remember that though your daughter is married you have not lost her." "I know it," sobbed the bride's moth- er. "That's the trouble. Julia and b«r husband have already picked out the best room in the houso for theirs." Mottoes of a Queen. Her majesty, the queen of Portugal, pins her faith, it is said, to the follow- tng mottoes: Keep out of doors all you can. Prea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 September 1909

\ s ? ilie fire Now IS tor 1 Emm L| Wc have just returned from St Louis .he Orea.es.DryGood.Marke, faa, Southwes.^ I ':; Goods .hat wc have ever offered to the trade of Alto and surrounding local,ty. P"r^ffJ/,"nc°mff„'lln,^ J tha, p wlth D Goods has = 1 = Po?^%^^andtt%C;o;ni0LfeCM^^,ALS, consisting o, " | I Mohairs, Briliiantines, Poplins, Voiles, Polar Cloth, Prunilla Cloth, Etc | Inbolh plain and invisible stripes, in all the latest colors-black, brown, gray, blue, green, dark reds | ^ <32* Taffetas, Silks, Wash Silks, China Silks, Satins. Etc ^ In every color you conld wish. Trimmings, Laccs, Notions, Hosiery, Furnishing Goods of every description. Shoes Hats, Clothing, Underwear \ j;. 5 £ :£ :s Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Garments Tailored Suits, Skirts, Drop Skirts, Etc Swellest Line of Millinery Ever Shown in the Town ^ ■S Wc invite comparison of goods and prices. Drop in and give us a look. We are always doing something to make you better satisfied with our method £ 0f doing bus...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 September 1909

tiOlGODlb & Son Have just received a lot of the Latest Fads Especially for the Ladies, such as Jet Bracelets arid Barettes! ELECTRIC CURLERS, Eto 1 WE ALSO CARRY A Full Line of Gents' Furnishing Goods | Call and give us a trials !We thank you in advance for your patronage in the future S. M. Holcomb & Son SUCCESSORS TO J. A. SMITH ■■■ Local and Personal. Bran at Agnew's., Cook or Peary suils. See Terry the Tailor. Miss Dessie Mouuce spent Tuesday in Kusk. NewVoods arriving every dny at the Racket Store. Ernest Alexander and wife are spending a lew weeks in Alto. Groceries—the cheapest iu town —at Allen Bros. Don't forget the date (f Mrs. Agnew's opening—Sep- tember 23. Charlie Miller spent last week in Galveston, taking his annual bath. Best flour in town at Ag- new's. Try a sack and you'll eat good biscuits. Col. C. P. Murphy and sen, Leo, have returned from a business trip to Dallas. We fit U best. Tkrry the Tailor. If you want a nice dress pattern, come to the Racket Stor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 September 1909

'. , 1 . . t m ■ fel 3pi£ 1 f > K' B HARRIMAN, RAILROAD MAGNATE IS DEAD MAN WHO WAS RESPECTED AND FEARED BV WALL STREET HAS PASSED AWAY. WAS WORTH $500,000,000 ASKS AID FOR MEXICO DISTRESSING CONDITIONS OFFI CIALLY REPORTED IN FLOOD- ED SECTION OF MEXICO. TEN THOUSAND LIVES LOST The Destruction Seems to Have Beer Greatest in the Country and Small towns. WHY NOTf The Exact Time of His De.ith Known Only In a Limited Circle. Is Arden, N. Y . llurrlnian, (In' Sept 10. 14—Tales of ; ei'iotiH sltun- rict of Mexico, . i eiVetl lit tin; American Con i 1: 1111); i, brought miiii tin' Ainer- >. Society fur -upply our un- Mexico with i' mul destruc- v n greater than il II Is jiredlct' il hi IT< ring will Jim mil winter If am- The destrue- country anil Invltiitloiif. [ slll,(|| (0WUH l.u'tH - ii Monterey and admitted. j MutamoroH, na.\s one of the telegrams ' received. Mr. Ilininii hb.vh the Atner- Kdwnnl H. I CoiibuI t MatiinioroB reports that Anion, N. V., Sept. II Through the Unlet ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 September 1909

. . , . . H Hfe tut- alio 11lkald T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. f ■ , . r i — A I.TO, - - - - - - TEXAS TEXAS NEWS The river at Brownsville continues to fall slowly. The vital statistics report for Gray- son County for August shows 117 births and twenty-six deaths. Mayor Hates of Denton says that the ■ewer system will be completed by Sept. ID, before the opening of the schools. The Coahoma Public School Build- ing burned Tuesday night about dark. Cause of Ore unknown. Loss about $1,600. Wednesday morning flrn destroyed the Jackson Hotel, together with Its contents, causing a loss of about $25,- 000, in Brownwood. A 3-year-old negro girl was burned to death on tho O. W. Stewart farm near Poetry Thursday. No one was present when tho accident occurred. Mrs. Annie Williamson, wife of W. W. Williamson, of Sulphur Springs was drowned at Elberla Lake, five mites from that place, Wednesday. Walter, son of J. M. Jones, a farm- er living a few miles south of Forney, died Monday as the result of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 September 1909

Hi W Tl U ii In. ca bo In lil ca trl in by in: In Ol tli fri Ji en m (il dr Ik in ni dl fit el t'l 01 m kIi Ol Ci: u n Q Town Ordinances Article 3S. Annual Uconsc or Occu- (iatl<iii Tux. He it enacted by tho Town Council ol tlie Town of Alto, That there Khali Ve levied on and collected from every iierson, ilrm or association of persons liui'HuUig any of tlie following occupa- tions within the corporate limits of I he Town of Alto an annual ocrupa- lion or license tax, except when herein otherwise provided, on every license hereafter granted occupation or separate establishment as follows: 1st. Butcher Shop. From every person, firm or association of persons engaged in keeping and operating n l.utcUer shop; and every person, firm or association of persons engaged in the sale of meat from the wagon, an Annual tax of fifteen dollars, payable quarterly; provided, that this tax is not Imposed on persons selling exclu- sively the products of their farm from tvngons only. Sub. 2. From ev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 October 1909

<3* t QL m rnterrd January..s, 1001 ,nl ihc Alio, Texa Postof flee asSecomlCuiss ^lallNatterAcfofOonureM- rim\h3. is7 Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1909 Number 45 THE HOME BANK" THE ALTO STATE RANK CAPITAL $10,000 .OO Just a Few Deposit Boxes LEFT Better get one before they are all gone Only 82 Cents per Month! II H Berryman, President M C 'Parrish, Cashier M JS McCiure 1 ... « x- 11 a ' ice I'rea s Is ]J Agaew | respect to the Aldrich bill marks the historic position of 8 Democracy 011 the tariff, and this effort, as we have remark- Several Things ! Senator Bailey's Ft. Worth Speech' The major motif of the Fort Worth deliverance, if we may nse a term somewhat technical to the language of music is essentially different from that of the speech Senator Bailey made at Dallas or anywhere else during the present tour of explanation. In his latest allocution Senator Bailey en- deavors tu inaUc Uluisell lllB defender of the National as well as of the State Democracy. Tliat h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 October 1909

Ha Hi Ml w rt' «u bo ca: lie In lill en til la i y mi In Or (h Cr< >1 ru rn> ac f)p Ik >11 in di <1 y (o (it n 01 111 cli *i w ft: 0 V. £' tl U h 0 tl II «• d b r i* P J E t I t t t I Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union cf America Matters ./Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist BETTERING THE FARM LIFE s Co Operation, More Better Farm lm- Is Solution. Wbrti we Ihtoiiic Hilary our judg talent Icavch im only iiluniH you chh tllg«at arc Che ones you UflHi rv« It in always oany to find arguments Co bark tip aW'tHen If yon would pli-asw the pigs you % it ub! wallow in Ui. I rough. If (lie Uird had loved ua lens ho would bavo h't iih live without labor. There aro alwaya people trying to ourc this world's drougiit by writing • :KKays on Irrigatloii Nov or take troublo to bod at night, nor to fli«• (able at meal time. Kat. a good, squarv nioal and attack It faco forwards sJn#* of tin* groat oat glorion of tills twentieth oontury Is tho unoxcollod rhancii to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 October 1909

XL\ I S I ¥■ .r f W FIND NEW CRUSOE ON LONELY ISLE William mkibben is solitary inhabitant of island in the south sea. BUSY COLLECTING SEAL OIL Modern Robinson Refuse* to Leave, a* He Is Winning a Fortune— Two Doga as His Only Companions. Montevideo.—The homeward voy- age of the Ntmrod, the vessel of the Shackieton expedition, has been marked by the discovery on Mac- <]uarle island, nearly COO miles south- west of Now Zealand, of a modern Koblnson Crusoe—a solitary Inhabi- tant with two tlogB. The Nlmrod under the command of Capt. J. K. Davis, left Sydney on May 8, and In accordance with Lieut. Bhackieton's Instructions, proceeded nouth in order to visit Macquarie is- land and search for certain charted groups of islands, the actual existence of which was doubtful. Macquarie is- land was discovered in the early part of the last century by a colonial seal- ing vessel. It is 21 mies long and five miles broad, and Is the home of count- less myriads of penguins, sea birds and seals. A...

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

Hi wi/ w Th flu bo CJU bo. hi 111) ca tri iu by mi in Or th frt Hi rn «<• dp lie. ni 01 di fU fo (it n 01 111 ull ftl ©I w A Q 1) K 0 Purse Strings" "ai T 11118 10 1 100 i £ g •e I ft H *Lr3! H\> fci VUSH \/« 111^ i| And Get Ready for Fall Buying. tu ^ _ 5 It has been our cause and aim to belter our best, want to be helpful to:you in your merchandise buying, want ■: •S /ou to teel that your be~t purchasing interest centers here, that for every dollar you spend over our countess you •5 will reccive its just eqiurolent. 5* £ THE NEW FALL GOODS 13 HERS AWAiTirsJCS, YOUR COMMAND % := We are proud of our purchases and feel confidence that th'y will meet with your approval. Stock complete J. 111 all lines, staple dry goods, clothing, shoes, hats, notions, furnishing goods, clress goods, silks, tailored suits, 3; '■Z skirts, silk petticoats, corsets, gloves, trimmings, and etc. £ § Superb Millinery—An Unrivalled Showing. |- " Di jr: ' £ Every style idea of th? world of fashion is to ...

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

'it# " ;? I Our Millinery Department «** boobs! During the fall season will comprise the most complete showing ol La die's Headwear ever shown in Alto. ( r i « Our mihncr, Mrs. Hilliard, has arrived, and wishes to meet all the l-idies of Alto and surrounding country, and have them inspect her showing of real artistic work. i s ; j i Our stock Is coming in by every train, and an inspection will convince any one thae the claim we moke is no idle boast. s i : We are r<ady to show the goods. Come and see. i i >V | S. M. Holcomb & Son I i *.-j * -j * ^ 4'."-11' SUCCESSORS TO J. A. SMITH r '/-i 'j *« j j ^' thj i i* w<■, .-J ,. •'«•, >ri« >J|> PiinrirT . fc l . ) Lf'« y- ^ SJr r.v S*1«.. t,V* vn * fcVV p W*H ts'v* 4. y* hi v>x *>X -T V rVA 4.'-v & f ."Jf I*.'* fc'yv &£ fcwV m §& V.v <\y i ck '--1 «.. "*v f It j s r.T«KffiSDb. Local and Personal. Graham flour at Aguew's. Mrs. W. T. Williams and children are visiting iu Tyler. R. K. Aviant spent se...

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

* 9* . i / \ f v f, Tilt ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. A!,TO. - - TEXAS — —a TEXAS NEiNS ITEMS Texas shipper.-- contemplate estab- lishing mi independent si-.,..whip line from Atlantic ~cnln>.iril points to Texan ' Jilv ami (iulvcston. W ill, the date for tIk- opening of the San Angclo I'aii a lew (lavs oil", tin- city is rapidly lilliug with vis- Mo rs. About day light Wednesday morn- ing, near Hurlin^rion, Uilev Murll, a fanner, shot and killed his hrothe. Lewis Mu.lT'> wife, and shot Lewis Murff, and (lien killed himself. The slnte stwmill and planer al MrWshllW, on I lie Slate Ul.il.'oad out o! Palestine. \va> total 1 \ destroyed h\ fire Momlav morning. Loss is esti- mated at $100,MH). Al some hour S..inlay night tie Hnulford (iroeerv ('o.npanvs store rghiri/.ed. The prin- <11111 of alio.it iron safe m the of- SUMMARY OF THE WEEK S RESUME OF THE MOST TANT NEWS AT HOME ABROAD. IMPOR AND Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current Newt Do-TK-di'c a...

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