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

ESCAPAD /L L L/C TPA T/OMS BY PAY WALTEP6 {COPYRIGHT, /90ti CY W O CHAfVIAM) A POST MAHITAI, ROMANCE BY CYRUS TOWNS SYNOPSIS. Th« Encapnrt# open*, not In the ro- ■tnanco preceding the marriage of Ellen 3il cum, ii l'lirltun miss, iiwl I^oril Cnr- *rinuton of 10ni;liiiiil, but In their life after <a«ttllng In England. The scene In placed, Just following; I ho revolution, In Carring- ton castle In England. The Carrlngton*. after u holme party, engaged In a family tilt, caused by Jealousy. The attentions of I-ord Carrlngton to Lady Cecily and J.ord Btruthgate lo l#iwly Carrlngton coin- «ielled the latter to vow that slie would rave the castle. rrepnring to flee, l<ady •Carrlngton and her chum Deborah, an American girl, met Lord Strathgate at two a. in., he agreeing to see them safely •away. He attempted to take her to his -castle, but she left him atunned In the road when the carriage met with an ac- cident. She and DebBle then struck out tor Portsmouth, where ahe Intended to '•a...

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

* I :■ Rain, Sleet and Snow! £ " 3P -: ARE COMING, ALL OF WHICH WE NEED. AND WE WILL ALSO NEED SUCH THINGS AS ;- 5! Heavy Clothing, Underwear, Shoes,| Hosiery, Blankets, Quilts, Etc | Ir fact, everything to make us comfortable through the winter months, which are now upon us, and the place ^ to buy these goods at right prices is at 2. SBLANTON BROTHERS ' £ PRICE MAKERS FOR ALTO g i ll i: ALTO IIKHALI) T M. M'CI.LRF.. EHjfor and Propr'etor SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year * r>" Six NTo >i All subscriptions are payable in advance. N name will be put on the books until paid for. Davidson's Good Record. The strength of Attorney General Davidson's cauuidacy f >1* the office of governor ot Texas consists in his record as attorney general. I he m;in who in the performance of his official duty fined Stand ard Oil nearly $2,000,000 a the ci Bceville paper con- by pointing out that landed the actual money in t'ie treasury of Texas has shown himself a faithful pub- lic servant, zealous as ...

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

■ MMINNiiMMta i'IFIT IS Good Groceries or Teed 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 carricd Local and Personal Fresh Bros. groceries at Allen Dec Powers spent Monday in Rusk, All kinds of condetnents for Xni.is cooking at Agnew's. Charlie Watkins was np from Douglass Monday. PVniy of chops and btan al \V. T. Williams. Newt Arrant was np from Lufkin Monday. For quick delivery call np Alkn Bros. Jehu Allen and family cann in Wtdnesday night fron Kenedy, and will spend th Christinas holidays in Alto. Dr. R. G. Turner is author izeJ to collect any account that may he due me. J. M. Crawford, M. D. The best line of high grad watches and other jewelry ii Alio at F. S. Rook's. A. C Harrison's old stand. Men's boys' and children- clothing at a big discount. I. Friedman & Co. All kinds of fireworks will be in stock for Christmas at Tax Colle...

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

1-. 7 * t 1 Tl-e H The Tramp 4k>uM you ,'1' 11 mot have a fi 1* n fftlcb Man Win I'd apply for 'l ®lre, of course rht Place. >!,, Mister, wlnt vein felt like you did I in ill'1 world?" The t would 1 do? Why, jot, us baseball um- Chicago N«wik A Double Hold. M1s* MooiiMK ' Kr l"t h" th„ n Inn, please" Mr Bashphul- -Wbat will 1 .in, .lion?" "Ml« Moon- tite- "You mlKht hold the holder of th« reins" The Rural Cynic. "Hard work," said the ready made firlloBOphcr, "hrlnKH the greatest hap- ptDens In llf- " ' Vch," answered Farmer Cornlossel, "specially when you kin afford to hire somebody to do 11 fur you." Missed Her Destiny. Altrn In Wonderland said she eould •apily believe six Impossible things be- fore breakfast. "How fitted tor a club- man's wife," they exclaimed Sad to relate however, she missed her ubvl- aus destiny Woman's Latest Conquest. ftca otter baa been requisitioned for th* adornment of fashionable femi- nine attire. Heretofore It has been exclusively reserved for the...

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

' •' Ax:. ■ t>gMElQP^BM«3v tin- 009 \ /®MTCtlE\ (j 1 .\k*k'\ hi* whom iiMlther wi-ultl" nor fashion, •Nur (ha mnrrh of the encroachlnK city 1 >rlvi-i nn exile From tlii- lii-urth of hi* ancestrftl home- •lead. We mhy build more (iplendld habitation* Mil our room* with pulutlnit* and wltf ■culpturra, Rut we cannot Buy with gold the old nssoclntlons." Old-Fashioned Favorite*. No matter how ruuch we may de- light In new thlngA In cookery, new way* of serving and preparing dlnhea of all kinda, we never quite Iobg our affection for the old-fashioned cook ery that wan the pride of our grand- mothers. We have outgrown the tie cesalty for pie for breakfast; but who would give up pie as an occasional deasert? Egg 8auce. Beat two eggs until light antf foamy: add a tablespoonful of sugar a half cup of rich milk, a teaapoonfu) of vanilla, and serve at once. in: WHAT would the world bo to ■1* If the children were no more. We would dread the deaert behind ua Worse than the dark ln-fore. Ye ...

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

#■ I I KNIVES FROM SHARK'S TEETH How Native, ef 1 he Paolfle lelsnde Utilize Thli Dreaded Ensmy , of the Sailor. , The native* on some of the Pacifis1 isliin<Js tx.'ina provided with neither , hur<W than |* • *' (the coral rocl.i of which tiio atolls 'thcv inhabit arc composed, would Vein hndlr 0|t, indeed, for material |uf which t'> makt) tools or weapons, were it not that their very necessity Las bred an invention 110 less ingeni- ous than ctirioup and effective. This is nothing less than the use of sharks' teeth to give a cutting edge to their wooden knives and cwords. Tho mouth of tlii- shark contains 300 ♦eeth, arranged in lire rows, all closely Iviiig upon each other, except the outer row, and bo constructed (that one tooth is broken or lost another talus its place. The teeth tro not only pointed and keen-edged, .lit are finely and regularly scrub 1, lao that tho cutting power is greatly increased. Indeed, so great n fac- ulty have then*1 teeth for wounding, that the ...

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

■. - <Tbc Hlto -Herald. Cntr-iW (onuonrwi, laoi.'tllhe Wlo, Te*«i ostoH>c nAacomtduisnaliriaMrrAtlof 0«nurc*j- riarff.S. 117® Volume X AI/TO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1909 Number 3 THE HOME BANK' THE ALTO STATE RANK CAPITAL *10.OOO.wo For the Wokring Man A Bank Account means enjoyment when he is well, care and attention when he is sick and the feeling of Security and Safety All the Time This Bank Welcomes All Accounts LARGE OR SMALL H H Berry man, President M C Parrish, Cashier M E McClure N H Agnew Vice Prea'i Church Matter. Should Gabriel's trmupet be blowu in Alto next Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock, what excuses would be given by parents and "professed" chris- tians for not being at the hon e of God where a few de- voted persons assemble |every Sabbath morning with a burn- ing desire to teach and help save sonls from an eternity of misery and punishment? What reason would they give the Righteous Judge for per- mitting their boys to lounge 011 the streets and rave in th...

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

e, I v 41 ye " I tl p 1 . t Ml «*■ aa> tiir ter' THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. AI.TO, t ' ' — TKXAS TEXAS NEWS HEMS llain fell generully over the slate «f Texan Thursday and Friday, ac- cording to reports. A ciun]jni|iii i> now on in Amarillo looking t<> llif establishment of a permanent Panhandle building at the Texa Stale Fair (i rounds in Dallas ,1. \V. Powers, f (iainesville, a cotton hmcr, I uesdn\ loaded 500 bales of cotton for export, selling it ai $1 l.y*" mill-old son of il. M. ill Sherman, was se- ll Tuesday. the infant's I hint' I'uv from an oiien en is doubtI'ul. ■liftion at Itocliellc )• ri- ; i to nothing. 11 jji'o- issne of .$10,000 worth erectiug a school build- The I 1 -iii Hiehard "ii, riously bunt' clothing c,it< grate. Ueco The bond day, carried, \ides for the of bonds fur ing. The infant child "I jiving near Uroadway tv. was choki swallow ill Miss Anne's Christmas Visitors j By Lena M. iMcCauley I "I wonder wiin i i rled Tom Mitrtln. ...

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

/I Sw: v.; ftf> 009 Escapad A POST MAHIX4L ROMANCE BY CYRUS /L L uc r/?A r/oMf &y PAY WALTERS 'COPYRIGHT, /906 flY W O OHAP/tAAJ) SYNOPSIS. The Em-npnile onrns, not In the rn- •nunce prt-tixlliig (ho marrlnao of Ellen ■Slooum. u 1'urltnn ml**. an<I I^iril Car- rluglon of England. but In their life after ■Ttllliiu lii England. The scene Ik pia<ed. Hint fnllowlue Hip revolution. In Ourrlng- U>n ensile In Euglnnd. Thr Cirrlutani, ■liter n Iimumu party. engaged In a family . Tho nttrntlons >f Lori] Carrlngton to I.uily Cecily und tilt, caused by Jealoupy rtr l.oril Stratligule to Liuly Carrlngton cum- pelluil the latter to vow '.nut she would t' uve the castle. Preparing to flee, Lmly <"nrrlngton ami her chunt Delioruh. nn American girl, met l.ord titrutbgnte at two ft. in , he agreeing to nee them safely uwiiy. lie attempted to take liwr to his ■castle, but "he left him stunned In tlie road when the curriaat- met with an ac- cident. Hlie and tH'bola then struck ou...

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

' Kl k _ I * thai. jvwwwwwywywvy^^vwvwwww^v ments, and thai ia why we want Holiday-Opening Of Correct Clothes for Gentlemen ' 1 Wc sell the "celebrated SCHLOSS BROTHERS CLOTHES, nude in Baltimore Our styles include every cut and fashion countenanced by good form and the best style ideas of the day. There are four points to be considered in buying Clothing Right Style,| [Accurate Fit, Reliable Quality and Fair Prices! Vou want them all, for they all count. SCHLOSS CLOTHES meet the require to sell you that HANDSOME HOLIDAY SUIT. Drop in and investigate for yot J ViluW 1 IIL.U lliVVl UK I vV^UlI t Drop in and investigate for yourself. Prices in the reach of all MILLINERY ALL MILLINERY GOODS wtll be sold STRICTLY AT COST from now uncil the remainder of che season, Now is the time to buy Hats at a greet saving HOLIDAY GIFTS SCARFS, SHAWLS, MUFFLERS, HANDKERCHIEFS, SUSPENDERS, NECKWEAR, HOSIERY, DRAWN WORK, FANCY UMBRELLAS RUGS, and many other useful articles BLANTON BROTHERS * PRICE MAKE...

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

r\F\ Good Groceries or Teed Stuffs YOU WANT, rr WILL PAY YOU tO SEE HIS STOCK AND GET PRICES FROM. ■Ok. W. T.Williams Who carries a complete line at all times at lowest possible prices Select line of Dry Goods, Etc- also carried Local and Personal. Fresh groceries at Allen Bros. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Bud Thomas, this week, a fine boy. All kinds of condenients for Xnias cooking at Agnew's. Mrs Geo. Hogan of Jack- sonville was the guest of M. J. Hogan and wife last week. All kinds of fireworks will be in stock for Christinas at Allen Bros. Prices cheaper than ever before. Mrs. L. W. Tittle and little daughter, Pauline, have re- turned to their home in Rusk. Go to F. S. Rook for ladies' ind misses' cloaks and sweat- ers. A. C. Harrison's old stand. The best flour ever sold in Alto is that Missouri soft wheat kind on sale at Agnew's. Try a sack in cooking yotir pies, cakes, etc., for Xnias. For Sale—New 3-room cot- tage, closed hall, two galleries, well finished, painted and papered, co...

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

* «■ i A y*: * i, I V 1 a> n toil ::f i on .*• PRESIDENT IT TO Policy of the Administration Made Clear to the Country. fAVORS SHIP SUBSIDY BILL Chief t xccutlve Gives Reasons for De- siring the Passage of Such a Meas- ure— Pobtal Savings Banks—Plea for Conservation of National Re- WiiBliiiiKton.—'The president trana- tin* following message to ton- gtmhh To the Senate and House of Repre- sentatives: The r 'I'ttlunH of tho United Htato.s with al! foreign ijnvi'mnn'ii liavr continued upon tlv iiM'iiml ImsIn of amity and good tindfTfi:m lin:;, and aru very generally •fttlhf:* I iy. Latin America. • 'i,.- r? t}i^ hiippluHt events In rooent fan-An.' r1< an diploma' y was the paHfto, r\d"p n'l' ' ' « ftlennut by the gov«rn- tjnifH ia and Peru of a boundary llff. ri'M 1 ii thriii, which for some •rreks Mil-.itn d to cause war and oven to ontr.iii inbittcrmr-ntH affecting other republic !• iltrertly concerned. From rarioUH m • i'• iM dln «dy or tndlrertly loiu'eraod. 11intermediation o...

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

HHB M SUMMARY OF THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOB BUSINESS PEOPLE A Carefully Digested and Condense* Compilation of Current Newt DoT>a*t<c and Foreign. Onv death from cold weather was /ccortled in Oklahoma City Wednes* day. The frown body of an unident- ified man was found in a hut by u mail carrier. The village of 1,'tiea, Ohio, a town of *>00 neople in Licking County, was practically wilted out by lire enrlv Wednesday ami one man burn- ed to death. During the month of November Gli.000 cars were handled in the Kuty yards in Dcnison, which is 0,045 in excess of the ears handled during November, 1908. "The Jeffries-Johnson bout will be held in Salt Lake City, and it will be no fake," was Tex Itickard's positive declaration in Boston. Thursday. Semis ltaca. five years old, will probably die as the result of a vicious attack by a hog suffering with the rabbics, near San Antonio, Thurs- day. John K. Walsh, convicted of mis- applying f...

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

r I •f r 4 Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup Relieve. Cold, by worklnC them out are | mucou* membranet el th« throat, che. tni lrrn'-hl*l lube«. hXi WO«wl3iI ti t*t M >**• Children Like It, F* BACRACHI—IM* WMETI Trj OeWttl M4mi «•< W-** "Ur ®*" Sold by All Dealers Solomon did not set up onej standard for the girls, and a..-j other for the boys; he says—: "traiti up a child. Otic child j iu the dear home nest is as fuvelv to us as another, and vet there arc but few homes where the boys are as tenderly j ^ ^U1U. MJ shielded as the JgirlF# \Y e arc ^ |h# iyfte|n through a co?iou* and not quite as careful to watch heiuhy ctton of the bow«u. their formation of habits and Relieve, coufh. by I'icir conversation as we are that ot tlie "ginks." TliCj are more exuberant in spirit, and we send them out of the sake of quiet—after that the gitls may practice their music. And while the latter are busy with study and the beautiful sentiment of song, the boys likely to get into mischief and rece...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 December 1909

•- i4w' • -V ; * •; •'• wrimBKLk' nrv 009 CLhe P<2 II life Srtterr# Jor*JM'v*,8( iwoi V ** A>' Tc o <*V ■... ;?1a II Volu*« X ALTO TEXAS, FRIDAY OOQ <*• Number 4 u THE home bank" THE ALJ2 STATE BANK CAPITAL miO.OOO.mm For the Wokring Man A Bank Account means enjoyment when he is well, care and attention when he is "sick and the feeling of Security and Safety All the Time This Bank Welwmes' All Accounts LARGE OR SMALL Chri+tma* Smm k I > r * z t ' , rnMUMUM 9 5 , service H H Berryman, President M C Parrish, Cashier M R McClure N H Agnew Vice Prea'g roieh oar frie tb ant* cuctomtra gtterry Christmas Sjappjj |t*n ®ear. Jt. Urtebmcm & ©0. ■mUf," mm (RkhtJag Bab), M thai u m4. iter u toad., eM mill win Jola nee'ia tWe. Tke IMkttl he lor* u M *i farmer lavee hfe hroat ma*. Arm fTM II he to rwU«ii u| 4H*at ' IsSed, k«t wftk a versa* rtwtnC U* I ka Ia as kagpy aa a dm at WH Mi No lm ealler would oAm^ Ckalst- ( mas at aa* (tor aa« eft ekare. it would V« like Tkaaksglvlng d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 December 1909

mm THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. Al-TO. TEXAS i Her dress was done catching TEXAS HEWS ITEMS Cotton sold Wednesday in Chilli* cothe t J'l.ilS*', tliu highest price ever paid in the Panhandle. Monday evening terminated the meeting of the Stamford district Christian convention at Hamlin. At x! :'M o'clock Friday the first legal execution ill Hemphill occurred when Sheriff Williams sprang the trap inn! Hubert Wright was hanged. Arrangements have been made to start a cracker factory in Paris. A cmh!y factory and bottling works will be operated in connection with it. Albert Parker, a farmer from the Preston I Send neighborhood, disposed of twentv bushels of pecans for an aggregate ot $ti.r> in twenty minutes in Deuison Friday. In the court house bond issue to erect a $ WO,000 court house in Georgetown Tuesday (Mo votes wen; polled. (110 being for the bond issue and 30 against it. It. was learned Tuesday from the penitentiary authorities at Husk that the general offices of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 December 1909

I p. Escapad A POST NARIXIL ROMANCE BY CYRUS TO /L L L/C TP A T/OM5 BY PAY WALTEP6 \<copyright; /9oq pr [V(? OHAP/1AN) SYNOPSIS. The Fnrapade oi'<>n , not In the ro- I nam- |>rcr<<<llnir (lio marrlnKe of Kllen ' tlociim, b rurltan mine, and I.ord Car- •Irin'• n t'f Knclmxl, l"it In Utelr Ufa after ti-illlntr In KmcIuikI. Th>- *<-en. la placed, imt following III? revolution, In Oari'lna- on caatla In Knirlamt. The Cnrrlniftona, ! ifu-r n hmiee party, engaged In a family lit, catiHi'i! by Jenliiuey. The attentlnne >f I...i.l rurrliiKton to I .inly Cecily anil ,onl FtrathRute to I^t<ly CurrlriKton com- uillr.l the l.il'er In vow Dial "ho would • ivc the rantle. Prepnrln* to rt e, I.inly 'nrrliiBton and lu r < hum Deborah, an Mnorlcnn itlrl, met I-onl PtruihaHte at :«n a. in.. lie agreeing to nee thein mifety iway. Il>" attetnplml lo tnke liar 10 lila nntle. but Mie left him atunreil In the •o!nl whan the carriage mat with an ao- •lilant Hhe an«l I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 December 1909

§ * I i i itii *V«V rV« • f. y {% =£ 5 ALL MILLINERY C «. HE now uncil the in Hate at a grctt f BL / ' Til K A L r() HHKAL I, M. M'CLURE, Editor and Propr'ola; -ION RATES Our Year $ 5« #ix Months 2,r, All subscriptions are payable i advance. No name will be put ou the books until paid for. No Paper.Next Week. Obeying a time honore custom, there will be no papei next week. There is no event la th« life of any man or woman tha the gladsome christmastide. an 1 we, in connection with th 8oo readers of the Heral wish all a merry Xmas an a liiouy Mew Year. M ay all of us have a goo happy time. The svtnptotns of kidney trouV are urinary disorders, weak ba and backache, rheumatism a" rheumatic pains and twinges, pair and twinges, pains in the fjroi etc. There is nothing is goo 1 f kidney and bladder trouble D Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pill You may depend upon themtogiv entire satisfaction They are ;n tiseptic, act promptly and soot' pain. Sold by all druggists. Go to F. S. Rook for ladie*- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 December 1909

* I *«? * )^Hi •i^BWws7f Local and Personal. groceries at Alle Fresh Ilros. C. A. Lawler of Jacksonville spent Tuesday in Alto. All kinds of condemeuts fo 51 mas cooking at Agnew's. Harold Wood is the guest of friends in Alto this week. For quick delivery call 11 Allen Bros. Mr. Win. C. Hall was up from Morrill Monday. We want your grocery trade. Give us a trial. Allen Bros. Hiram Arrant is the gues1 of his parents this week. Let Brindley clean, dye < jrrssjour suit. Satisfactio guaranteed. Try him. Will Williams and wifi speut Sunday in Pollok astlv i^uest of relatives. If you want good biscuit 1 uy your flour from Allr ]',ros. Every sack guarantee Mr and Mrs. Jehu A i-ie visiting relatives in F ir (his week. Alex Baxter of Rusk 01 ilown Monday to spend t holidays in Alto. J. W. Woody and wife * s; ending tne week with rel lives and friends in Pollok. In the hog law election, he Tuesday, the proposition e rit d bv about four to one. All kinds ot fireworks wil be in stock for Chr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 December 1909

* ~ II rr-vrr IB™ \ tT & ffl MHfl II .M lTrUfiltii "X !:••!:: - r Mi lllili!:?!! GREAT LOVE STORIES OF HISTORY c= By ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE JOHN SMITH AND POCAHONTAS in man i-ht that Tliik in tlic Mrst American love story ("apt John Smith was a soldier fortune. He was also a bully, a brag- gnrt and a most amailnK liar Hut spit" of all tlilH he wa.'- a great and our country owes him a d should never In- forget! en Smith had knocked about the world ever since, art a boy, he run awny from his l'.ng llsh home, lie had ben a soldier, a sailor, a captive slave In the orient anil had followed many trades. It is | hard to gain a true Idea of his career, since for a great deal of it we have only his own word to so on. And he had scant regard for truth. A band of English colonists landed In Virginia In 1G07, They were a mot- ley rabble, who had gone there expect inn to lind Hold. It was a sort of "get- rich-quirk" scheme. When they could not pick up gold for the asking In the new world the...

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