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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 November 1909

. #, > 1 I h t \ A & COURT DECISION MADE tl. S. SUPREME COURT HOLDS 1906 ACT APPLIES IN WASHINGTON AND TERRITORIES. FROM TEXAS' HIGHEST COURT State Judges Are Upheld In El Pass and Northwestern Case—Congress Has Remedied Law. Washington. Nov. lfi.—In affirming a decision of the Texas Supreme Court yesterday the United States Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the employers' liability act of 1!>06 a affecting the District of Columbia and the various territories. The oplnio'i was by Justico Day, and holds that while tlio act Is unconstitutional as affecting the various states. It Is valM In the territories and District of Co- lumbia. The decision came up in the ciso of the El Paso Northeastern Railway against Encdina Gutierrez, adminis- trator of the estate of Antonio Gutier- rez. Gutierrez was killed In Nesv Or- leans while employed on the railroad. The estate sued in the District Court nt El I'aso under the employers' lia- bility act of 1906. The railway com- pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 November 1909

JiL ■ \ The Rev, M R- Hicks Almanac For 1910. Ready November i 511:, lv >0 a splendid year book) «ls * tronoiny *ui«' met " y, ti;^ only otic contaiuii l; 1 m 1 ■ ■: 31!ll "II fcks V; l at llCl i ■' casts." I' V HJ-'iJ. 1" ' 1 ... 1 ~ I >.w 35C, u:l "ev copy free v •SCI 11 1 it the Rev Irl J\la; azilK, t in Amerii 1 l'i counts ^ 011 1 111:III ElcxSol For gestion a! Our Guarantee Coupon 1 h • k J: « I K '1 ill if 0 I .. • , -nc lwo-l!:ird 't n 11.00 l«ittl* ' ' ■ u c*u liuntltUr i y ii tfi not blj^ id Wor s Monti 1 mo nt i ... .1 rrfund (J« Uiuni-T. lir ,, , this truu ajit«-n. Fill out "id I , wti.t pt«t«nt II 10 <h« t pmcbaie KllUU* I" • J ,i,i i,:- ..nia.nnn «oc-(hlrd . f H.o I, > .br fiow wuoia m l «nM aii.l v.. IV.11 rcluml jour iuoo 7. Town — State — Sijn here ( ul Thl* Out - NOTICF OF COUNTY JUDGE. Alto, PreOinct No. 2, Stock Law Subdivision IKE BEST PLACE IN THE TOWN the ; cl.se his Wo \v t Jl i 1' rat i v. inn P u\ wilt: t lie 111 o 111 ittii publications ;ii ,\:;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 November 1909

'4 mt Js&w* f L i ft I ! 1 dhc Mlto IHerald* CMerr.tf Jammm.!. 1901.at the rtlto. TexaPoitofftce W&e<xvt40ussri«linatlerActorCon<<res> March). 117* Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1909. Number 52 U, THE HOME BANK TME ALIO STATE RANK CAPITAL. SIO.OOO.oo Where Will You Be Two Years from Now? Would Not You Like to Have Money Ahead? This is the Time to Begin One Dollar will Start an Account with Us II II Berryman, President M C Parrish, Cashier M E McClurc N II Agnew Vice Pros's The Linwood Festival. Last Saturday night quite a bevy of young lads and lasses, with not a few older heads, gathered at Linwood school lioase, five miles east of Alio, the occasion being a festival, gotten up as a means of rais- ing funds to improve theschool building. Everything that was good to eat had been prepared by the ladies of the commnin'ty, and donated for the occasion, the viands being sold in bas- ket lots, thus realizing quite a neat sum. A most spirited contest was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 November 1909

£ OT THt ALTO HERALD r ■ T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. THXA9 ALTO r TEXAS NEWS ITEMS The first killing frost of the sen- eon in Fort Worth made its appear- ance Thursday morning and left its trace in withered vegetation. Hamin'l (toiuperh wus miiiniinouH- ]y re-elected president of Uie Ameri- can Federation of Labor at tlie con- vention in Toronto, Canada, Satur- dav. William M. Laffnn, publisher of the Mew York Sun, died Friday at his home in Long Island, following «n operation for appendicitis, per- formed .Monday. A wedding party of five in an au- tomobile was dashed from a thirty- foot bridge at ('uthhert, (la., Sunday night, three being instantly killed and the other two fatally injured. Alonzo Jninaison, 15 years of age, and John Maxwell, 1 !>, drowned in the Alabama Kiver Sunday when their boat overturned in the swift ed- dies about n small island one mile above Montgomery, Ala. After extensive preparations, the Hall County Oil, tins and Coal Company began drilling near Mem- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 November 1909

ft* -3^f- * F iT" A - ... 1 r ESCAPAD A POST MARim ROMANCE BY CYRUS JLLUi5 TP A T/OMS BY PAY WALTER6 <fCOPYRIGHT, /908 TfV C? CHAPMAM 8YN0P8I8. The Eaonpade open*. not In th* ro- mance preceding tho marriage of Kllen Riorum, a Puritan mlsn. and Ix ra Cftr- Tlngton of Kngiand, but in their life after nettling in England. The seen* la placed, 1u t following (ho revolution. In Carrlng- ton castle In England. The Carrlnglons, after a house party, engagad In a family tilt, cuuse<l by jualousy. The attentions •of Lord C'arrlngton to f>ady Cecily and Ubrd Strathgate to I-a<ly Carrington roni- ■l elled the latter to vow that she would leave the castle. Preparing to flee, l-adv •Carrington and her chum Deborah, an American gill, met !*ord Strathgate at two a. m., ne agreeing to see them safely -away. He attempted to take her to his casfle, but she left him stunned In the road when the carriage met with an ac- cident. She and Debbie then struck out for Portsmouth, where she Intend...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 November 1909

~ 'in compieie Readiness tor Fall I Showing the Latest Ideas in Clothing for Men and Young Men Our colossal showing of Men's and Young Men's High Grade Suits is not confined to the lines of 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 Fall Styles You'll be pleased with the rich Browns and Greens in invisible stripes, Mixtures and Herring Bone Weaves, as well as plain colorsc* If your taste is dignified and conservative, we have the Clothes for you^If you like Nifty Styles and Smart Furnish- ing, they're here with every clever conceit of cut and tailoring that art can put into Clothes Priccs Range from $12.50 to $20 (WfrttMrf Itot * MUH) MM t <* riw fwtwt tiim NlUam iri «n I* SCHLOCK BROS. A CO. ring clot hi4 M«Kcn« •u.TlMOai and mm roH MEN S FALL FURNISHINGS Gloves, Sweaters, Underwear, Shirts, Ties, Collars, etc. Your entire fall needs can be easily su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 November 1909

mm Our Business is Good M serviceable. dependaple new goods J. E. SMITH Jeweler and Optician Has come back( and opened up a shop in Alto, ready to do your Watchr Clock and Jewelry Work test your eyes and fit you with r pair of good glasses. Call around and see me NEXT DOOR TO JOHN NOBLITT'S i Dress Goods and Staples § terns to be had, and at prices that will lengthen the buying power of your purse BV/I £>> fl* Ci I of h A O Cood Clothes have always been our hobby, Iwlwl I w V/IUvl Iww and this season's showings beats all pre* vious showings. From boy's straight pants to big men's suits can be found here, at figures that mean bargains every day in the week. _ r * P Shoes in Endless Variety! for Men, Women, Misses or Boys K?T£ Winter is Coming on Fast g vvirucr is uoming on i-ast m ^i"if a ■ f fy" And the cautious, economical, thrifty perron buys before the cold comes on. It's our advice tj call now, inspect our stock, and prepare for the winter weather M S. M. HOLCOMB & SON...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 November 1909

At Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America fr TT' dependant company had a Rood e(T<r on grain rales In u town. Very trill H< I''- KKEH- lirooUinut, S n. ^1,- K,,r i'i I s ttio following, showing the n 'Its of 0110 season's business: The Madison, Wis., Farmers Ele valor Company bnvp their first *. ason's work with the fol- lowing r. .ilt The not earnings tire ill per cent. Tlioy will have about $4,000 to ,distribut> to tiielr stockhoid- ers uiid will bo paid us follows: Two per cent. In re ■ rve; eight per cent on stock; seven P"r cent, on coal and Hour purchases; two cenis per bushel We would ail live In a fool's para , °n gniln.^ ^ ^ of Rra,n „owght se bin lor life.s bitter blows. | ,6;, ,;J(I |JI|s|,eis of grain; 33.938 Good advice is seldom taken savi ; • ,g ,ons o( us it is given in practical doses. | I!™."'", J Hour. Hard coal that Matters / Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist MANY LIVE MINERS ENTOMBED FOR DAYS r ai im ii • - just closed UP ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 November 1909

ik\ *.<*■■& ' r™C i TO ( STANDARD OIL CO. ORDERED DISSOLVED NEW JERSEY CORPORATION DE CLARED TO BE AN ILLEGAL COMBINE. INLY ONE MORE CHANCE *«clalon of Court of Appeals, Sitting •• Circuit Court, Involves Parsnl Organization of Standard OIL 8t. Paul. Minn.. Nov. 22.—In an tplnlon written by Judge Walter H. lanborn of 8t. Paul and concurred In y Judges Vandeventer, Hook and Adams, with a apodal concurring plnlon by Judge Hooks, the United States Circuit Court, Eaatem DUtrlct f Missouri, Saturday handed down in opinion declaring the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey an illegal loinblnatfon, operating In restraint of :rade, and ordering Its dissolution. The opinion of the court was filed simultaneously in St. Louts and In SL Paul. Excerpts fr -n Judges' Opinion. "Corgress has r nor, under the tonimerclal clause of the Constitution, to regulate and restrict the use In commerce, among tho several States tnd with foreign Nations, of contracts, of the method of holding titles to pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 November 1909

j6£ v./V *£v\V ( i ( t t « < t 1 I i Atu. Horace Greeley's Opinion. ' If you want to keep a town •from thriving don't erect any more dwellings than you can occupy yourself. If you should accidentally have an empty dwelling and any oue should want to rent it, ask three times the value of it. price fo that Clod Kennedy s Laxative Cough Syrup NOTICF OF COUNTY JUDGE Alto, Preo'mct No. 2, Stock Subdivision loc J, mucous membrane* of the throat, chest tDeniand a Shy every foot of groum has made you steward over. Turn a cold .shoulder to every machine and business man who seeks to make a home with you. Look at every new- comer with a scowl. Run down the work of new work- men. ti > abroad for wares rather than seek to do busi- ness in your midst. 1"ail to j chunks of shale, make the advertise or in any way sup- Loaj man's fortune something port a newspaper so that peo-, ficrce an(J grate. Liltle adds, Whereas, a petitiou signed _ _ by more than twenty free Relieves Colds by working th...

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

mm • I (The Blto Herald. en tare* luniarr^*. ifot ,ol Ihr, Alto. TexaPottofllc* wSecondGnuMalinattcrActof Oonares* Mnrrhj. H7 VOLUMK X ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1909 Number i 1 ■ i 1 t 1 {Mi "THE HOME BANK" THE ALTO STATE RANK CAPITAL SlO.OOO.uo Our Growth If a Bank shows a constant and steady growth, there's always a good reason for it Conservative Management and Courteous Treatment . To all, irrespective of the sice of their account, have contributed te the success of this Bank We Cordially Invite You to Open an Account Before January First H II Berryman, President M C I'arrish, Caeliier M IS McClure N II Agnew Vice Pres's Mothers Responsibility to School. The following is a paper tread by Mrs. J. F. Wood at ! the teachers' institute held at r—* L«UV a Banking Service Banks arc becoming more and more the custodians of the funds of the people, of both large and small means, This ' is due to a wider appreciation of the value of banking ser-Jj I wonder how many mother1-1§ vice...

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

'•%■■ THE ALTO HERALD - T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. I TEXAS c=- ALTO TEXAS NEWS ITEMS As tlio result of burns received I'm-lav, Jli-s Li In Robertson died in Mexia, Friday, Col. I'. II. Wood, one of the early ttlcrs and best known citizens of ]|jll coiinlv. died 1' ri da)' near A auglian, iiged n I years. I 'nr |k r ,ons were bul lied to deatli jn 11 tenement house lire in lirook- ] vn Tue> St I" Sun 'Will' 1 In i II!' in oday morning. Might other were seriously injured. Juan, P. I!.: The incessant hit of r;:iit siliee Nov. Id has hi \ v damage to property lout tie island. ■ i■ <)li\it. one of the leading hi n| Abbott, was found dead SUMMARY OF THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ,..1 The Richmond and Bond Cotton Seed Oil Mill was d est roved by lire at Hickman, Ky., Thursday. Iaiss estimated at $100,000. A cyclone struck Pester, Mo., shortly before noon Monday and de- molished fifteen houses and wrecked the Stoddard Cmmtv Fair buildings. Two women...

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

9m A .1^ Escapad A POST NAHlXiL ROMANCE n-r- ' BY CYRUS TOWftS^ND BI IL L V<S T/?A T/OMS ST RAY WALTERS (COPYRIGHT, /908 £>r W O C/iAPftAA/J / SYNOPSIS. The Eftfnpade opens, not In th* ro- <mnnc0 precrillnsr ttie marriage of Ellon Blov'um, u 1'urltan ihImm. utmI I,or<l t'ar- rlrwton r f Krugland, but In their life afi«*r •totillnff In ICntiland. Tho nceiio 1* placed, lust following the revolution, In ('urrlnK- 4on castle In Knifl'md. Tho Carrlniftonii. after « house party, engaged In a family tilt, caused by Jealousy. The? attentions of I rd Carrlngton t< Lady 0<*Hy *"<! (.ord Strathgate to Lady Carrlngton com- filled the latter to vow that she would leave the castle. Preparing t< tlee. Lady Carrloftton und her chum Deborah, an American girl, met I^ord Strathgate at <wn n. m., he HKrwing to si-t.' them safely away, fie at t<-nipt«'<l to take her to his instle. but she left him stunned In the Toad when the carriage met with an ac- cident. She and 1 &g...

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

I m A W \ f . *" Rain, Sleet and Snow! ARE COMING, ALL OF WHICH WE NEED. AND WE WILL ALSO NEED SUCH THINGS AS | !Heavy Clothing Underwear, Shoes,| 1 5 =5 I Hosiery, Blankets, Quilts, Etc ^1 - In fact, everything to make us comfortable through the winter months, whicil are now upon us, and the place jjj to buy these goods at right prices is at S: Ublanton brothers**! I PRICE MAKERS FOR ALTO Til ft ALTO IIEHALI) T, M. M'CLURE, Editor and ProprUtor SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ono Year f 5° Six Months 25 All subscript ions are payable in advance. No name will be put on the books until paid for. VOLUME TEN. With this issue The Hemic begins its lenth year. It has been under the present man- agement for the past eight years, and has striven as best he could to further the up- building of Alto and this sec- tion of the county. What has been alone this line-is of record. There is no agency greater than a newspaper that tend." more to advance the material interests of a town or com- munity, and we bel...

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

niv OuO IFIT IS Good Groceries or Peed Stuffs YOU WANT, IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE HIS STOCK AND GET PRICES FROM W.T. Williams Who carries a complete line at all times at lowest possible prices Select line of Dry Goods, Etc.. also ' carded Uncle Jake Williams. After an illness of several weeks the soul of Mr. T. W. Williams (tlucle Jake) passed uuto the keeping of its Maker on last Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Uncle Jake, as he was best known, was one of nature's noblemen—honest, true aid devoted to his family and friends, and the community has sustained a great loss in his demise. He was in liis 65th year, aud his life had heeu one of usefulness. His remains were laid to rest in Palestine church ceme- tery Sunday af'eruoon, a law huuibci ui sorrowing leiatuesi and friends being present at ~ ~ the sad ceremonies. their home near Wells on last, 'pile Herald lenders sincere Saturday evening. 1 lie re-, condolence to relatives and mains were laid to rest ii: the fHends in their great l...

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

m. i s 1* ll ir. * I ™ J •ay tim teri a a i Al 1J lord,/] thai thou fcna\. REPORTS AT AUSTIN 6F'ECIAL SESSION OF LEGISLA TURE ASKED TO CORRECT GROSS ABUSES. AGAINST LEASING CONVICTS Committee Recommend* that Slie Of j Whipping Strap Be Fixed by Law. Austin, Nov 29.'—'Fho report of the i I,. .,u . i' •"•'jiiiiliti'o which hus iiivcs-1 t, ,i J Hi' lilt'miniy .sjnrtutu ol Tex Jin- t i in tlii' l ln< i uti.,: till* t U'llill t>uch Tli i'oilm' that wlii out ol i fjiil rot--ii t Ion IMIlllshllUMlt tioll con 'i lo public it fornsln i s limlliigi 111 is mi > as hi !■ Saturday was In Uowi'd, for in general J mi but tt .synopsis of it lias l>< i ii reported, , ! jvcommciidutlous aic looked lor. tun of tin' report which nature of a surprise in • with the sanction of live it pre ,' lit members, uc-1 : l" ,, eoiiiii.'-nilatki. ji the ! i lie strap as a means ol of convicts for thu viola- pi i cm i uIi s. all hough in this | lion these live members recom- ! in, nd i ii,'"iili''atio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 December 1909

#■ I $£5S®IM@KS®$ BALLINGER TELLS OF YEAR'S WORK Report of the Secretary of the In- terior Received. PROBLEM OF PUBLIC LANDS Development Through Prlvite Entew prise Under National Supervision and Control Desired—Reclama- tion Service Discussed. Washington, Nov. 2.- -The annual re- port to the president of Richard A. Hallinger, secretary of the Interior, wub made public to-day, and makes Interesting reading. The report cov- ers a portion of the time under the ad- ministration of James It. Garfield, and Mr. Hallinger gives him credit for his earnest and efficient services. Secretary Hallinger comments on the old public laud statutes, and con- tinues: "The liberal and rapid disposition of the public lands under these statutes and the lax methods of administration which for a long time prevailed nat- urally provoked the feeling that the public domain was legitimate prey for the unscrupulous and that It was no crime to violate or circumvent the land laws. It Is to be regretted that we. a...

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

rrWlW . w if Pay Your Poll Tax. ^ so man can vote, unless he is fiver age, without his pim 0 Indigestion ruary, : He can not Our Guarantee Coupon to wait ford till the first of • MM " February to obtain it. I hat 7^ He must have it t of that month •i / a man will •{ a v.er next' ,;!ett. Sogoi countv court: t afttr uih.i two-tWrd* of • : «e boiilt ol u« ««a boBtitir « r It b« ot will not before t ai rives, cease to year by 1! at once house, office wit lion' the tin: \ te f •: vnu v> he c-t >-.ir : "he n j men until-,' - cast y< ur for office ■J:nethiiv. ; | NOTICF OF COUNTY JUDGE. Alto, Preainct No. 2, Stock Law Subdivision Whereas, a petition sigued by more than twenty free | holders who are al.so qualified voters residing within the hereinafter described subdi-; vision of Cherokee county,, Texas, filed in this court on j i the 6th day of November, 1909, by the Clerk thereof, pray in j. • iri tr* 1 -aid court to order said electioi .. Digests What roufcat to be held in sai ...

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

1-1 •.'fiwr.ijjUWhv m as3Srsfflr.it (The Blto IHerald. Cntrrr# Janaorr*.!, 1901 ,et Ihe Klto, TexaPosfofHca «$3®C0lldGussriall Holler ActofOorujre*> Nam >. i ft/«• Volume X ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER i > 1909 Number 2 —■9. 'the home bank1' THE ALTO STATE RANK CAPITAL 8l0.000.ui) For the Wokring Man A Bank Account means enjoyment when he is well, care and attention when he is sick and the feeling of been engaged in harvesting ^//r#f////n\ui\u\v his sweet and Irish potatoes g his ribbon cane. and cutting he raised just enough cane for seed, but made 011c hun- dred bushels of sweet potatoes. Mr. Ed Fitts is getting all the carpenter work he can do in town, in addition to making; 200 bushels of corn. Mrs. Fitts believe in Rhode Island Red chickeus as she Banking Service Bank* j • • < > ning more and more the custodians of the funds oli p ople, of both large and small means, This is due t j 1 v Lv appreciation of the value of banking ser- vice as it; 1 filn;ss is extend...

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

.■■* r- 'I'm ■. •;>' 34Sm7%'' J. W;imgaWK^S^MffSSmi ft. 1 ja/ THE ALTO HERALD r T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. A1T0. TEXAS "3 TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Ground hat flew I'cliTil ut a coM been broken on tli'1 lililinu to lie erected ii 1,000, in Dfuison. ■flie win' on homeless dogs in l>en- ison, conducted f< r the lust month. Jms resulted in tlie shooting of 400, according to r«'|>orth. Work on tin' new oil mill building is progressing rapidly at Hockdiile. 'J'he stria lure is entirely of iron and will tost, when complete, about $10,- A eiimpaign is now on in Anmrillo lookiii" t" the establishment of a perniaiunt 1'iinliundle building State Fair (i rounds opened SUMMARY Of THE WEEK RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current New* Do'"*sHc and Foreign. \Y. ,1. Suns, an employe of a com- panv nt Thicket, was brought to Meaumont I'ridav Buffering from in- juries received at und dietl at the Literally ish bath South Hem...

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