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

Escapad IL L L/C TP A T/OMd BY RAY WALTEQ6 Icopymcht, /9oe ar W O OS-ZAPf-rAN) A POST NAHITAL ROMANCE r BY CYRUS T()W> SI;>D B H / /AT TVA T/nA/r<! jRV V J t SYNOPSIS. The Escapade opens, not In the m- •nnnre prei e.llng the tnnrrlnge of Ml Ion ■fllocum, a l'uriutn miss, am! Lord Car- rlngton of Knginnd. but in tbelr life after •«Millng In hnglnml. The Mrene Ih piaeeil, Inst following; the revolution, In U.irring- "ton rustle In Knglnml. The Cnrringtmis, nfter a house party, engulfed In I family tilt, paused by Jealousy. Lady Carrlng- ton ugraetl to rut cards with l,ord Strath- *ate, whoso attentions to Kllen had be- come a sore point with Carrlngton. The loss of $ltK),OGo failed to perturb her, and her husband then cut for his wife's I. O. II. and Ids honor, Carrlngton winning. Additional attentions of Lord CarrinKton to Ijidy Cecily and Lord Hirathgnte tG Lady Cnrrlngton compelled the latter to vow that she would leave the castle. Preparing to flee. Lady Carrlngton and he...

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

wm. 7""- "■a I Are Too Busy This Week Waiting on the many satisfied customers who daily throng our store to write an ad for this week's Herald. Our business this season has ~ been better than our most sanguine anticipations, for which we thank a most generous public. We are daily receiving new lines in Dry Goods and Clothing Shoes, hats | Ladies' Fine Dress Goods, Eto :g And extend a most cordial invitation to call and inspect them. It to expatiate on the beauty and sterling ~jS quality of our goods. TThe people know us, and know we carry the best to be had in the market YOURS FOR BETTER BUSINESS- ES :5 l.a blanton brothers «£§ IWWWWWWWWfc At the Same Old Stand! s Till-: ALIO irEHALD ! M9CLURE & M'CLURE EDITOnS AND PUBLI3ME33 The Bert Guinn Shooting. The Houston Post corres- pondent at Jacksonville lias the following to say in Tues- SUBSCRIPTICN RATES [day's paper about the Bert 0„o War 50 Guinn shooting in that city: Six Months' 2,s1 "Bert Guinn of this city All subscriptions a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 November 1909

.. if ■ I Tuesday, Nov. 2, -AT 10 A. M.- WiU'open our GREAT SALE of unusual bargains and many interesting features in all departments. ^ We will SAVE YOU MONEY on Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Men's Clothing, Boy's Clothing. We boast of having a nice line of boy's and men s suits. <.* t*z ^ 'H v? m &!>•* 3ft k\* £.vj _ ^ This Sale Wi!i Last Untii Saturday, Nov. 6 Wi h Jrt.1 m V.1 VI m V,1 k'.V gv X": v-,i >/" ■ L« . V .1 y, ,*p *.Vr r-j« ry-tv ,'r ifV V. ,3 <?: X*: k'.V i;-.x Bert Guinn was shot last Sunday on the streets of Jack- sonville by a young Mr. Hop- per. Bert was carried to Pal- estine and placed in the hos- pital, and at last accounts was some better, with some chance for recovery. Young Hopper made his escape, and has not been apprehended. Piano for Sale Cheap Cheap piano, slightly used, for sale by C. P. Murphy. Jim Reaves is in Lufkin this week attending court. Notice. I will give a colt show at Alto Saturday evening, No- vember 6th, to award a $io premium for t...

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

ft ' ^ 5.5W8 EStfN&lK 'M vjfip*N* .. .v, . ••. «*■-. « -.>.***••!•.'<•-*' mwa lemnanmi ' ~ ... ■ r I • I 1 ' rc;. ■ ,u*w ( .' KM) El ILL & }l 0(10,000,000, ntm cm Ih'j money < iit. in thin , ,,r iho country 1 iiiy sueh proposition. only smellH of the nt would bo u 'pork ■ Too, Is for It. Great River Convention Is Held in New Orleans. 'RESIDENT FAVORS PROJECT Yin has lir (lie v promt- widen the ea lumen S She people of the Of the Wl Tronii\ s the Present Administration Will Support Issuance of Federal Bonds If Fourteen-Foot Pro- gram Proves Feasible. reason power I what ,vi up War in l man: •ale Die New demand Orleans, Nov. 1. — Ringing : fop ")4 feet, through the val- ley" and elaborate argument in sup- port of tlie program to the en..Hon of a deep waterway from the lakes to the gnlt have marked the great con- vention of the Deep Waterway asso- ciation that opened here Saturday. President Tall. Vice-President Sher- man. Speaker Cannon, governors of til Mississippi v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 November 1909

mjft. DEATH IS THE VICTOR IN II FURIOUS RACE Wild Carriage Drive Through Streets of Chicago Fail* to Save Man's Life. Chicago.—Death won a race In a furious drlvo through Chicago street* to it hospital with a dying tnun. The victim, 11 y man Kosharwsky, hud Buffered two years from tumor of the brain. Ilia condition wan bo serl- oub when Dr. Hendelmroan culled to nee him that he ordered an operation at once. He said the patient had only one chance In a thousand of living A carriage was ordered from a liv- ery and the sick man, wrapped In a blanket, was placed In the vehicle. Four friends accompanied him ou the drive to Michael Keese hospital. "It's n cnse of life or death." said oti" of the men to tho driver of the "The Man la Dead!" Exclaimed tha Doctor. carriage. "Get to the hospital as quick «« ron can." The horses were lashed Into a gal- lop and tho wife of the dying man watched at the curb until the carriage was out of sight. A few minutes before nlno o'clock the vehicle dashed ...

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

I 11 A New Federal Crime. We read in the papers of a new federal Statute, effective <tter January ist, igio, which reads: person shall make is- sue, circulate, or pay out any note, check, memorandum or token or otlier obligation for less sum than Si, intended u) circulate as money or to he received or used in lieu of law iul money of the United States, and every person so offending shall be fined not more than $500 or imprisoned not more than six months, or both.'' Which means that alter New Year's day the peoph of tliis country cannot draw checks for less than £1 Why not? We hope to find someone who happened to be look ins; when tliis curious statute be came a law (if it did really be- come a law,) who will explain its warrant and intentions.— Harper's Weekly. We do not consider a man would be in any danger for passing a check of this des- cription after the above named date, but would like to know whether or not the old statute has been revived or whether there is any inclinati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 November 1909

■■"C ' ■ • Vori>: IX oe entered JnnsorvK. I, I <xi I, n 11 lie. TTIIo, Tcxo Postoffirc osSeC-wdOiissMdlinatlcrAclofConurcvi. March*. U79 ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1909. Number 50 THE HOME BANK' LTO STATE BANK ■mtrfm. < mmnwmrim MtrnRimimtwi. H ■■!■■ ■■■! r.M CAPITAL ©IO.OOO.00 armers' Accounts ARE ESPECIALLY SOLICITED BY THIS BANK Courteous Treatment and Liberal Accom- modation Extentded to All II H Rerrytnan, President M C Parfish, Cashier M E McClnre N H Agnew V-'f.e Pros's i lUflr. The tide is turning and in a few more years tlie people of East Texas will wake up and find they have been sleep- ing on a gold mine without realizing it. Live stock, hay, tcbacco, cane and even corn and cotton will produce more ' wealth in East Texas than in infamy section of the State—San Augustine Tribune. i\ Tlie Mount Enterprise Her- , aid is dead—the result oi a lack or proper food and rai- ment. The attention given the paper by Editor Shook was all that could have been desired—a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 November 1909

• TO THE ALTO HERALD t T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. iBi Hif Bui' Kp AI TO. r TEXAS SUMMARY OF THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND BROAD. TEXAS m ITEMS A new two-story brick sehool building is about completed ut Uro- ford, which is the finest building of its kind in this section. Hubert Atkinson, a student of the public school of Burnet, was killed bv the blow of a basebull on die side of his head Thursday. Arthur King, of Decatur, about 82 years old, was killed Thursday morning bv being crushed beneath 11 fulling tree, which he had just cut dow ii. Commander Robert K. I'eary was Wednesday \oted a gold niiidal by the National (ieograpiiical Society at Washington for having reached the North Pole. ll i> announced that 1). A. Thomp- son of Charlotte, S. C., has been recommended bv the National Asso- ciation of Manufacturers as United Stab's Minister to ('liina. (i. If. Miller was found guilty of murder of Floyd Autrev of Fort Worth bv a jury at Clarendon Wcd- ji...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 November 1909

warn Escaped A POST MARIX1L ROMANCE BY CYRUS TO JL L U<5 TffA T/OM5 ST GAY WALTERS "COPYRIGHT, /9oa P>Y WO CHA&ffANJ SYNOPSIS. Tha Escapade opens, not In tho ro- <nanoo preceding the marriage of Ellen 491o(-um, a Puritan miss, und Lord Car- rlngton of England, but In their life after wettlln* In England. The scene Is placed, Just following the revolution, In Carring- ton castle In England. Tho Carrlngtons, «fter a house party, engaged In a family tilt, caused by Jealousy. The attentions ■of Lord Carrlngton to Lady Cecily and Lord Strathgato to Lady Carrlngton com- fielled the latter to vow that she would save the castle. Preparing to flee, Lady Harrington and her chum Deborah, an American girl, met Lord Strathgate at two a, m . Tie agreeing to see them safely *way. He attempted to take her to his ■castle, but she left him stunned In the Toad when the carriage met with an ac- cident. She and Debbie then struck out for Portsmouth, where sho Intended to *a!l for America. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 November 1909

I I t £ «pMK fc fl : ':;•/ ■'■-y-.'J Showing the Latest Ideas in Clothing for Men and Young Men Our colossal showing of Men's and Young Men's High Grntle Suits is not confined to 3 the lines oi a single makers We represent two manufacturers that have won distinction as Clothes Builders, and the best of each of them is represented in our extensive showing of Correct Fa!i Styles You'll be pleased with the rich Browns and Greens in invisible stripes, Mixtures and Herring Bone V/eaves, as well as plain colors^ If your taste is dignified and conservative, we have the Clothes for /ou^If you like Nifty Styles and Smart Furnish- ing, they're here with eveiy clever conceit of cut and tailoring that art can put into Clothes Prices Range from $12.50 to $20 1408 br sen loss mos a co. n* (Utto Maktrt im ' a4 He* V«ff ^ ' CO. m to I s 1*3 CCl-fLOsr; —'.v.' r«Nt cLCT>'• i :: <. , j tAUTiwc ft ; • , van* MEN'S FALL FURNISHINGS Collars, ctc. Your entire fall needs can be easily supplied here O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 November 1909

. • '"J S.' $ I! If o .•>?*.'' '-vV • * > •« ? •. 5?- *ij**• •' ■ ■•' - j- r*-'■ j"-'. i" • f' '•• - • *..s.. «' .' r. r Business is Good! "v/v"' v^n/ rj';r wrl ^ *' Wj* And has been for several weeks. We desire to thank our many customers for their f C$ jtjiliberal patronage,, and assure them of our deep appreciation. All our customers ere \£*i satisfied ones—we allow no other kind. They know it, and always come to our store, v th. 1„ the largest and most complete we have ever had. £'•;$ store but what is chock full of bright, up'tevdate, * ?, goods K>."1 *.V >ress Goods and Staples fr 'V* *r * "J . rT ' Qzfci terns to be hod, and at prices that will lengthen the buying power of your purse IrJ M ,Os FTss <r> if"** 3 /(•vM"* £2t r* Good Clothes have always been our ho! -dV i i b O vSOtf B©0 and this season's showings teats ail : From boy's straight pants to big men's suits c«n be found 1 rU, vie us snowmgs. >V:v at figures that n C <T mean bargains every day ...

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

... 'it ■-,) frtw'•««••<. ..SJTSBSC «— r «*ri II ■ i * . NEW YORK ELECTS GAYNOR AS MAYOR WITH 80ME DISTRICTS MISSINQ VOTE IS, GAYNOR 246,716, BAN- NARD 175,206, HEAST 160,560. SUMMARY OF STATE RESULTS Board of Estimates In New York City Is Won by Fusionists—Democrats I Show Gain. Now York. Nov. 3. Tammany elect •<1 another Mayor of Greater New Tork yesterday, but lost its grip on eltv finances. New York: William J. fluynor, who now becomes Mayor of Greater New York, was elected on the strength of Ills personal r>'<'ord as a jurist and his stand for "personal liberty" and i liberal Sunday. Control of Board of Estimate. Reform control of the Hoard of Esti- mate is assured by the election of the following Republican Fusion nominees: Controller—William K. 1'rendergast, defeating Robert It. Mooro by appro* Inistely 65,000. President Hoard of Aldermen—John Purroy Mitchell, defeating John P. Cal Tin by approximately 54,000. President of the Horough of Man hat lan—George McAneny...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 November 1909

■1 s. IVERII IADE PRISONS WHIPPED >MMITTEE lMONY. FOB STILL AT WORK m ' °.,v ■Ion of the 8tate Legl Possible to Look Flnto Matters. FNov. 9.—During the clay It Souston the penitentiary In- committee obtained testl- |froborating stories It had lis- it Kut;k. It wa furnished by a young man of this city, pardoned and restored to cltl- ysept. 13 by Governor Campbell, that he had seen Thomas Durham, assistant superintendent Of penitentiaries, In charge of the prison at Rusk, strike Allan Brown, a negro convict, with his walking stick, knocking him to the ground. The cause Of the blow was the negro's failure to take off his hat at Durham's approach. Part of Cohn's Testimony. '1 worked In the water and rain on the cane farm for two months. We were trotted Into the building some- times from a point sevpn miles dis- tant seldom having wagons to haul us. "I worked at the Eastham farm three weeks during September and October. I was transferred here from Hiintsvllle for talking to the Invest...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 November 1909

V/> I" >"4 I Sanger on Advertising. From tlic standpoint of aj retail advertiser of twenty live years' experience I coiim '.er a| newspaper with all its vaiiousj forms of publicity not only a public necessity it tlie most | public ntcL- publitf spirited ant Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup Relieves Co .Is by working them out ity but the most o( ",jie SyStem through a copious and most ell- healthy action of the bowels. Relieves coughs by cleansing the ibranes of the throat, chest terprising instttiftiou that ex-. mucous men ists in any community, and in bronchial tubes. addiUo,,. j consider iU adver-i -A.jJ-mj. £ tisiujr columns, properly used, 1,10 !" . , for BACKACHE WEAK XiDNEYS Tjl retail!.. .<• , t ..at In .1.1 toWm, ^ ami Bladder PW«-8ttf ind at lii.s disposal, and the ad- .1,.! •>1 I '"f' """O — Children Like It vant:i;.'< 3i' which may be on- hv nil Dealers to his ability and to use it. The fullest expres sion of the friendly feeling tained th.ou.;h the usejof ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 November 1909

'*>Va 1 mm| Blto IHerald* Kntcrwd Jan*nrv..s, ifHii ,al Iho, Alto, TexoPostofftce asSccondCiuss Moil flutter Art of Gonures.v March!. isvi si: Voi.umk IX ' Off- ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1909. number 51 (« m Eh , ji 1 4$ w in*- if J- •r • r 4 1«■ THE HOME BANK' THE A'-TO STATE BANK CAPITAL SDIO.OOO.tii) I Banking Service ji S S Banks are becoming more and more the custodians of the Js funds of the pcople( of both large and small means, This Money Talks And when tt is in our Bank it keeps on say> ing "DONT WORRY—I'm here when you need me." The More Money You Have in Our Bank the Louder It Talks If yon are not our customer, come and be one, even if for a small amount ACCOUNTS of ONE DOLLAR and UP RECEIVED HERE H H Berryman, President M C I'arrish, Cashier M K McClure N II Agnew Vice Prcs's that which arouses the com- munity's sense of need, and the local pride of those whose efforts are required in order to get things for the community. "But it is not this <.ervirpdue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 November 1909

/ £ Tilt- ALTO HLRALD & \ f* 'r' m Yi 1 T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. A!.TO, kxas r— CHICKEN CENSUS INACCURATE. Wo run rendlly Imagine that It will be n great shock to moat people to learn that (ho chicken Btntlsllcs In previous censuses are not absolutely reliable. The unpleasant discovery has been made that the enutreratlon of lfi'JO showed the cxlsteno. of ft greater number of chickens In this country thai is 1900. Tbls Is conclu- give evidence of tross errors In fig- ures somewhere, says the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. Chicken fanciers lay the fault to the careless- ness of census officials, while the ex- perts In Washington say that poultry owners are prone to exaggeration when (hi! census man calls on thorn, end that the man who owns 50 chick- ens will almost Invariably claim that he hns 100 This, however, does not explain the discrepancy between the totals for the two dates mentioned—if the poultry men are consistent In their prevarications from one decade to an- other...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 November 1909

A POST mMTAL ROMANCE r BY CYRUS TOWNSEND B JL L U<5 TffA T/om BY VJ ppy WALTERS (COPYRIGHT, /908 £>Y W O CHAPMAN,) mm. iWM\ A j r-t r-,j >>• .1 #J 'V>- .,'4, JM 1J SYNOPSIS. Th« Ksrnpniln opfns, nut In tlio rn- naiicn prco illng the inurrlugo of Klli n Bloeum, ii 1'urltan iiiIhh, iithI Lord I'ur- rington of Knglunrl, but In tliclr llf * after tottlln*: In Knglnnd. Tho noono In plnrcil, uat following ili«-' revolution, In Oarrlng- :on cufllo In Knvlund. The CurrliiKtons. ♦fter a Imusv party, engaged in a family tilt, caused by jpaloiiHy. Tho attentions ,f I.ord Carrington to I.nily Oelly and tjorii Strathgate" to Lady Carrington com- pelled till- InttiT (CI vow that silo would leave tin; castle. 1'upnrlnt! to tlee, Lady ■ SarrliiKton mid her chum Deborah, an American Kill, met Lord Btrathgato at two a, m., lie agreeing to n<*e them safely *way. lie attempted to tako her to bis inslle, but she left him stunned in the Toad when the carriage met with an ac- cident. Hbe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 November 1909

"T H v i I 7 J iv m c*W*Vews{£ a £ eM ss ja £ ":>£ ;S W 9i * l* \jw ft ; "' f \|i? ;'• -ASi'. complete Readiness lor r Showing the Latest Ideas in Clothing for Men and Young Men Our colossal showing of Men's and Yo&ng Men's High Grade Suits is not confined to ^ rs of r'M !af c; rEt ♦J ' |' UIvm fj'iv i i If %\ the lines of a single maker,* We represent two manufacturers u ?t ): ;r. if ,k}! <■ '■ 'j 1 1 >,i that have won distinction as Clothes Builders, and the best of | 5 if i 1 / each of them is represented in our extensive showing of Correct Fa I! Styles You'll be pleased wilh the rich Browns and Greens in invisible stripes, Mixtures and Herring Bone Weaves, as well as plain colors,* If your taste is dignified and conservative, we have the Clothes for /ou,*If ycu like Nifty Styles and Smart Furnish- ing, they're here with every clever conceit of cut and tailoring that art can put into Clothes «.* ,* Prices Range fiom $12.50 to $20 5 S 'f3< y*i I | I bill#' H v M x;...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 November 1909

\/ f'i &y •'" ■'" **'6 *-,e *• -■•*-'^>s +■ :'+}■: *:,t **:5St;S7.-a' | V.v -v/\r.*w./w ^/"^/V '4'vwwn/ u ¥ 6 v ;i Jl . '3 Jew 833r HMIT1I and Optician —.«i - ^ ^ -sr t«• *._ ^ ^Vjy '.ins keen *or SCVffaI weeks. Wc desire to thank cur many customers "for their & ■'-* n n-,'r Patroi1dW< an£J assure them of our deep appreciation. All our customers 8re ^-'•i !'y! •'.'' on',<? v' 'How no other kind. They know it, and always come too"1""—" ( ljasi season s stccit of goods is the largest and most complete wc have cv .me is no c':p; tnient in our store hut what is chock lull of briVht, up/to/aale, «* '-. rvjceabic, depeudaple new goods *"* J rd.<; * IT| ** >, ,r.. , c_->- — —- - — - s w * ** *%*. im/oi iv ut vy*.i i.ud. *.*'■ ,t-' fl ' ' ... - \6: s, £$ DreSo Goods and St a r-l^S These departments erelr^Jtg Jjf-V , , clxlu . m-ng sull of tnc prcl!:«s ^afx \(!${ terns to be ^ao, end at pnccs that will lengthen the buying oov/er of your >."jr **>.'9 _ _ 1 * 11...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 November 1909

I i \ \ ■mt .s^vw: ^ ■> ■> IF£& IBANKSOIVING IromTht OH Manicl«i« JwJImI NEGRO AND WHITE LYNCHED BY MOB CERTAIN DEATH. J of Life anJTrullianJ love,| |§ft IKankT'icc wlio liasl lomv -soul convened ,f3T° /V consciousness of spinlual Lirlli. To sccHi^ facc, mine eye is lurncd atove j| Thai I may calcli a clear,diviner sense || id of morlals onffie- carlii. & _ r, . - K* MKGRO P AYS PENALTY FOR AS- SAULT AND MURDER OF YOUNG WHITE WOMAN. OFFICERS ARE OVERPOWERED ymss, Tc o use jn at .a— Trodtpcil .i XOifc mil 1 'Why i! ked mot In-, wot It,.1(1,1 I! ' ill <1 ;ii ll :i that wa: u us | lor ii man B$rl 7Wf.<Vj> yi grew so- pretty head, ii strong and ting woman u ievo nil'." . , stared at thin h!i« KI.KiHT rap at the outer dour (lliw lilt attention (il tin- gray haired woman, "Come lu," rtho called. 'I'lu? door s u <1 il i' ii 1 y , opened. A trim young wo | man stood at the thresh- j ohi. Sh'' looked around 1 and smiled am) nodded. | "(iood morning," Bho said, and h...

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