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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 December 1909

" ... S" I S*<V : ' • V h Rl > Out BIG GUrtlS FOR THE COASTS HIS TIME WAS SHORT. Nine 14-Inch Monster* Are Being Built to Protect Uncle Sam's Shore*. Washington. -Talk about big ship* and big guns haa been ao common of laic that *(• have come to think of th)i more alxc of searoaat and naval ordnnnce aa tho thing of first Impor- tance. Thla. however, la far from tie- lug the chief concern of ordnance eg- l *rta In the army and the navy, leading ordnance officers In the nary look u|H>n the new 14 Inch gun aa a mere experiment, and It t« regarded iin very doubtful If this gun or any like It will ever bo Been In a turret. Ily notne It la predicted that auch a gun la In the very flrat Instance lm- v.<r •c•> She—What do you mean, Lieut. Schmidt? You have known me only two days and want to kiss me? He—Can't help It! My leave is up tomorrow SORE EYES CURED. Eye-Balls and Lids Became Terribly • Inflamed—Was Unable to Go About —All Other Treatments Failed, But The Mother of Inv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 December 1909

5l- - ii § \ fcctts'F •sorry iron* ths fading ember* of * grate fire, Parrlsb Morion sat alone Outside, the no* was felling U nebulous, transcendsat rlluflaa to the coats ot i .. tf fcy ob their way te (%rtet ae eve «esllvltlee andswsthln# til la a fUmy scarf ef white Chlms* pi <iut«nt hells proelalmlng "Peace °* tarth, good wfll to mm." distilled their uphony aenoss the glinting night but farrlsh, to the brooding shadows of it* hachelof home, psid ae beed. wiut did Christmas eve mean te htm \~in fclm whom the Ood of Plenty had Cr.n money and fame, the plaudits ef B fell®*'*, and all else loved by a «can with but the frost-marks of tlraa !%t ht« tompl®—raid having given then#. Hut* passed to Mm the sparkling shell M the champagne of love only to dash ,ft with a leer of derision at his feetT |)f what use were the riches and the fcpjjroval of the world T How could fWalii pomp and popular prniee mail «p for the loon of that which every jpood ilk 11 craves—love, a pure [oroman and th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 January 1910

i !:"' '•" ' - .'•' -V-: ' •■.. *' 4 Lsy_ cx % bt* S3 enters M .«. imi ,«l IkrAlto,Te # >oM©fKr MtoroA< tolCuuarer* N«rc i J, l 7S el I t t Yor.UMK X ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7. 1910 Numher 5 ••iWAWrtvt "THE HOME BANK" rriE alto state bank capital (bi0,000.« For the Wokring Man A Dank Account means enjoyment when he is wel!, care and attention when he is sick and the feeling of Gocurity an J Safety AH ilie Time II. h. HERRYMAN, President. OK. m. 1:. mcclirk, I ,, \ :cc J n. h. agnf.w. | tits. m c. parrish Cashier 1V[K A I.TO S'l'ATlj II.Vs K. CAPITAL S10,000,00 I mnary 7th, 1910. This Bank Welwmes* All Accounts LARGE OR SMALL H H Berry man, President M C Parrish, Cashier M ]• McClure N H Aguetr Vice Pres's Alto, To the Public: — This bank was organized January 30th, 190 >, witli th tioti composed of home capital, a bank wi'ii conseivative iu^ . bank that would be considerate of the peoples wants, courtcou would merit enough patronage to be successful and be of so 11: ir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 January 1910

mm THE. ALTO HERALD I T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ill 1 AI-TO. TEXAS FOOTBALl. PERILS FOR UNFIT. Yale, nnrvnrd, Princeton. Pennsyl- rania, Michigan. Minnesota and Institu- tion!* of like rank are not represented In the season's list ol dead and the critically injured at football, of tlie big teams in '!"* country that at West Poln lost Cadet Byrne, who died of hlb hurts, and that at Annapolis saw Cr.det Wilson disabled by fractured vertebrae. Cadet Hymn received his tatnl injury when he returned to the game In a weakened condition after having been retired lor a slighter hurt, says New York World From the rolls of ttie ft ot ball dead and of those critically hurt It can >e seen that the majority of victims came from high school teams and from amateur elevens ot Irregular training. We reai. of one death from lung trouble due to exposure on the field, of all- ot he' from overexertion and of a stu- dent ol Dickinson seminary In Penn- sylvania who was prostrated by vti'ychnlne taken t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 January 1910

(S)./© ■^.,:,fi-;v4f'-'; "'••>1^5 ■-" V, •>' .. :■> •♦* ...y •* V ir*. 'u* AND SHE'S NOT THE FIRST. "What would you do If you caught your husband tlirtlnR?" "Why, my dear, that's just tho way J did catch him!" Important to Mothora. Kxnmino carefully every bottle of CA8TOHIA, a nafo and euro remedy for IntantH and children, and see that it .zx:*dC*0as5r In Ubp For Over .'JO Years. Tho Kind You Have Always Bought. Doubtless. The Homebody—What's the indus- try In New York, near as yo could Jedge, Agner? The Traveled Man—Steppln* lively, I reckon.—Puck. 'For Headache Try Hicks' Capudine. Whether from Colrta, Heat, Stomach or Nervous troubles, the urlifH are appedlljr relieved by Capudine. It's I.lqnld—plemi- «nt to take—Bffecls immediately. 10, :£ and BOc at Drue Stores. The people who have the greatest opinions of themselves are frequently the poorest Judges of human nature. TRIED REMEDY FOR THE GRIP. oUGMS cold; AN ITGHING SKIN | nliotil l he iuonI irntil le tmie t It Inu; Ih...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 January 1910

' K ' - %■* V. W- .... u . & 4 y 'c o ■«n '■ >j ta 'V *. « ; i ■> $ ISliiOj >*i V « ■ ,1 .n .* ti CMt' ;•?•(< t! ■ ntlude every Ci . the day. T?:. '■ ' 3 ,n. 4. J-v .r^ Vk.'* J •itiru k3 m t er ii.< v.1 I' j! i e.uJ u.sh:on i • c are . ur . vc a.e'ui:":;, m,. :Tfc;;ar.c by g r>-1 i. . L: " ; i i '11 I. /' . v-Vi. : v ^' 'w ,v. rlsV'/Ucuf&te Fit", Relir /* C a it in.4 i k> vtt vNf5* ;f/'ivr 1 i ? "Vi " - 3 VI *Jbi !># ft' Zl:' Hi n v :'(r •.!•«.> iii £tt i'.t LCI CSS (1.071 LS n '• I . AV 1 iClv L I CLIDAY SI iT. Diop in and ln\c (<« rse 7*f I W*r) S KtaM.« *-<4 *•* I l iccs in titcrc. vb. oi all ALL I y V GCe i r< i! > ■■ iLLSNEH V ,LY AT COST from Nov. is the time to buy HCL.IL A G F 1 £ t **. 5, St £ < LluU sc/ rrr, spy wis, win i r r , i am:ke. c im 5usr i-nders, . MCK^ LAP., HOSIERY L ' / VvN '« OR FANCY IMbRELLAS g ,. cad many cthv art cs 2: A \ O > I '% I V7 y . SM* &. JSiUf*U 4 I f 1 \ i 1 •■$ A Vy I i n> / ' 1 ^aw i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 January 1910

ifjWllWlBHHiniBrBNIIilHI 11 III BUM I ir* 1U* gatui \Y. 1:1 ,n.1 P fcr nil Jim Jones and wife of D illns. t'.i : -> — w " * f , \vu.s ike guest fit ivlrf. Jone.-> parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi 5;s, hannie Noell Brewer, last week. !av of last week in Rusk.; , Hiram Arrant, a student at v; .-vl-t-u lias accented t])e 'py]er Commercial, spent ..itiou wit') D. 1>. Isrock. tlie holidays with his parents l'vle spent last Friday tu Alto las' week. Mrs. Ed Miller of Tyler is ietary iias return- the guest of her parents, Mr. t. Tyle:. and Mu. John Allen, tl.i ! week. * u l . \1 I tUll \Ji x.yl ll " f] Are You Going? ? ? o ■v is a i t Oi luoviiifrj osi in A ho 111 is week. Rriunsivi'le is the oi his bi'<'tnet, Gue, tins •rtha ii I ) it r ha in of Ion t, was i ne guest of rela lives in Altotjiis week. Mrs. jack Jones returned to her home in Jacksonville last week. Mack McCulUmgh has re- turned home from several weeks visit in Tennessee. 't Arrant oi Lutein was le gue.st nf his patents...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 January 1910

3UQKr ■■ \f i 4 i 11 the i. inert1 i ed Fii*,o of Elk Teeth. "During the Inst five years tlie value of elk ti'i ih has more than trebled, mild a w- item traveler at the Fred eric according I" 'he St Paul His patch "In IIMM you could net any num- ber of line specimens in Idaho, Mon- tana. Washington and bordering states (or $"50 apiece. Now you will pay from $7.r,0 to $11), and tliey are hard to gel for even that. The Apache, Sioux, Comanche and Chippewa Indi- ans used to have dozens of them In their possession and traded them for trinkets, liul tlx1 redskin not wise to their value, and you can buy them from a regular dealer cheaper now than from the Indian The passing of the elK and the great demand made by the members of the Elk lodge for teeth lor emblems have boosted the price." The traveler recited an Incident of mi oklahoman who bought a robe cov- eted with elk teeth from a Wichita Indian for $100 lie cut off the teeth mid cleaned up $2,200 on the deal. If you see a fault In ot...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 January 1910

IHHRP* V 4iKfW FACERS ARE CALLED TO MEET IN WACO COMMITTEE ISSUES APPEAL TO UNION OPPOSING IOEA OF SECESSION. JANUARY 28 NAMED AS TIME Purpose l« To Take Steps to Stop Movement Now Under Way In This State. Waco, Jan. \.—At a conference held In Waco on New Vear's Day a number of the members of the Farmer*' Edu catlonal tturi Co-operative In Ion of America, Texas division, decided to take btepH aganlst anj tendency lo (withdraw the «t a t • • organisation from tie' National. They ur^e that the na- tionalization was effected several | yearn npo In harmony, alter a consid- erable period of discord, and that they jfavor staying with the national move Iment. After the conference a formal appeal I was Issued to the" members of the ■union in Texas asking them to a eon Iference to Ik- held at Waco on Tiles- Iday, Jan. 2R. Knllrnad rates are prom- tiled for the occasion and the stale land national officers will likely be Iheard. The call Is signed by W. I). Ilrf'wls and Topsey, one-time membe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 January 1910

mssm . H its jCKjik.. t 1 i i c 8 I a v u t< tc III II In CO tic llll till It Cured Him. Dining tlic lecture t. >• speaker bad occaaion to rek-i .e i.) .,ing children. '-s',v' 1 the t< i 111'w ] e • *1 ■■ day,"' iie said, "sonic foil;'j Wrili make great •Ejection to any, . Iltillll ' ' ■ i ■ i!: liter." vet <f iper oil wI!icii y >u :i I \v lines ; nit .bit* for (iidiu it \ Kennedy s Laxative J V •!N THE TOWN Relieves Colds by working them out form of corporal punishment, K n NVx, yon f(,ld ]>!l! l]C a' 1C"' w.'1/ l'" . ;it c.i'. ",•"v, cnclo.-iv" a b.r i: of the systrm through a copious and ,n the sayilig of *,v ... healthy action of the bowels. "Spare the l'o., aild spoil tut n< '. • ■ " •• J Relieves ecughs bv cleansing tha child." ' >( . ' . mucous membranes of the throat, cheat "I believe," lit: continued, •ripti"-i in advain n 1 '' and bronchial tubes. "tint I was ii11 worse tlrui Ii. t>> • •• t-• iit< r. L* 1 "As fimmt to taste other boys' J ut...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 January 1910

4 < :;$■ mM w .r>- \j9 !0 la •t X !ntwr« jjnimjvt. A, tutu \ o. I c\.' >ifs>eit i x*. •• m in> !. l i f. .-.err* - •|nr« t\ i in* ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JAMJAxY 14. 1910. N in IRK 6 MMMIIMW MOM HANK1 3EGIN LIFE IN THE CIRCUS WARNED AGAINST IDLE LIFE I MADNESS THAT HAD rT.T*>G0 hlldren Travel with Their Parents En0!i^>msn Couplea Word* of Wi. ! Simple Subterfuee of Ac. and Their Education Is Cere- (jom w! t, m. ni.««.in . „« fully Looked After. ith His Deposition of Large Estate. fl1E A'- I'O STATE bank CAPITAL OIO.OOO.no Convenience and Safety For Farners Garry one of our Utile check books in your pocket insceacl of the actual money. You cannot lose your money by carelessness, robber/ or fire if you keep it in the Band and pay by check THE NON4NTEREST BEARING AND UNSECURED DEPOTITS OF THIS BANK ARE PROTECTED BY THE STATE BANK GUARANTY FUND II II IVrrvman. Presidt M C Parrish, Cashier ill M E McClure N II Aguew Vice Pros's "It Is nothing unusual fur the lsrjter '(r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 January 1910

Mr 4 \ A> I u ID m' THE ALTO HERALD r • T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, ' rr TEXAS Keep off treacherous thin Ice! is the real big tlck a sugar stick? It Is time to'call In the openwork shirt waits. It Is also chilly for those who lack Bhi'ltcr, food and fire. Would the use of stovalne make one Indifferent to the cold weather? in making ita students study the University of Chicago Is setting a no- ble precedent. In running •'> school or 111 curing dis- ease the fresh air Is Immeasurably better than hot nlr Washington should have pure milk —not that it iv.iikes much difference to the congressmen. Tlie trustworthy goosehone Indi- cates an erratic winter. Hut are not nil our winters erratic? BfiuU and Sweden have wlpned nn arbitration treaty. Now all they need Is something to arbitrate. It In a pity 'hut tin- white plague continues to ''ilk "broad when there Is so much fresh nlr at large. The world certainly Is growing bet- ter The number of people who write It "Xmas" Is graduall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 January 1910

m f tr- * 'tt Ti Jr ....••■*• < DOCTORS FAILED. RESTORED BY PERUNA. 1 K< h w ■HI JilCJ $6 Catarrh of the Lungs Threatened Her Life. Mini NInetto Porter, Hr#intro , Ver- mont, wrltoa: "I havo been cured by Parana. *•1 had several homorrhaRes of the langit. The doctors did not help mo tnueh and would never havo cured me. "I saw a testimonial In a Peruna Almanac of a cano similar to mine, and I cominenco<l lining It. "I was not al>lo to wait on myself ■when I began using it. I gained very •lowly at first, but I could #00 that it was helping me. "After I had taken it a wliilo I com- incnced to raise up a stringy, sticky aubetanco from my lungs. This grow less and less In quantity as I continued tho treatment. "I grew more fleshy than I had been for a long time, and now I call inynuli veU." Still In the Family. Among tho domestic duties of a young husband Is the careful supervi- sion of (he toilets of his wife's two dogs, one a Orent Dane and the other « by no means diminutiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 January 1910

agfTlc / rm-j'nwM Tin: Ai/ro iii:uam> T, M. M'CLURE, 1" i.'o ind Propr.'.jp ' • - ———• A N N 01-! C M r. M E N T f> ijitv County J ml". Fivnk Oil*o 1". i O'linty Alton: •• 1 oil ii U. Gin mi Kul Cow! V C'l! '• K. D. Spink • III! l'cwi :• ]*; S June • l«or Tax A K My It aul Walter lv, Slo.ni A. O. \V. I "l'cdtri i Kor Tax Collei.:■ u* I) U Singicinr)' e tglitc«n lv war'!• years wis liopi- oil. During a is time no wotd of complain >;r escaped her. v.i s. S<'\v«: - was a typica • .it- tutative ul the 01 < hitli, ain! iidpressed all wit1 nin she c me in contact .i ihos;- i:!i;in (eristics pe- iliar to a jjciicration that i.' i dis;'.j)|eai;i:i^' from tin aire of action, the like oi no more shall .e Publisher's Notico not in Mr. Charles Uslicr is connccttd with this tiflice any capacity whatsoever. The management will paj no c.this contracted by ati> employe in the past or in the future. T. M. McCl.URK We rre right in the middle of a bad fix—"between tin devil and the d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 January 1910

i Greatest January Jlean Lip Sale Ten Days Only !. Friedman & Co Ten Days Only Sale Begins Sati?rdav. Jan, 15—Closes Wednesday, 261 h THIS SALE is different fror > fore. In spite (f the fai in of our stoek wi<h r w gocc sales of this noti t< <i me at tl CLEAN TPS/.II v right ir find it the most p blc da < I FAN P SALES in t!- J 1,1 eason b.ia just i t n>al?< •' i- sale attrattivc * t ( J t : fet.cn, when y, . sci v ! trd (f the sea < • n \ t jw:i, here art ri ore and better values offered than ever be' , we fti'! rur (bat with the low prices and the fill cry person within a day's ride of our store. Most l ave no i rther need of tnc goods advertised. This rices. Conic in end spend the day with us. and you'll Calicoes 5 Cen's 25 pieces of s'ni '■ grade Cahc< Clean up -ah- f.rict 5c 7'2c Ginghams 6c 15 ]>iece . of Aprc n ('. 'ng- ham, in brown, b ack and blue check; cost more at null — Clean up sale pi ice. a v>i 6c 2')C Suitings 1 5c 15 pieces Suit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 January 1910

1 r i i *. ' 72; I TREATED Bf TAFT PRESIDENT HANDLES TWO IM- PORTANT TOPICS IN HIS SPE- CIAL MESSAGE TO CONGRESS. WANTS NEW COURT CREATED Tribunal Would Hear Cases Arising Under the Interstate Law—Chief Executive Also Urges Federal In- corporation Statute to Suppress Abuses and Not to Destroy Legiti- mate Combinations of Capital. 11.•!, i:> Kilt 11(1'I II • 1raiib|Mirlall InlKliI wi I• h tl iinii. hhoiilil not copies of uch tllrd Willi tln «■' nil tlio p ovlsl.>r m< ret* m' 1. nn<l any parties i«> * It us t< nil « r fji r«'H. rhi 1111 >-m* notl hum and t r practices of In- isl I by llt*i nets t > 111111 *t M1«*<1 III no ivumod why . inl rn Hubjcrt to . liisBltlcutToni cf fun k and chur^es t imHHengcrv nu liny iiKr«-«* to OHtub- jm vii 111'• mj( provided, id. nts be promptly • on. but MibJCM't to tl.i lnt<Tstftf«' I'oin- 1 t« the right of inont to cancel ..... .r tli" agreed mu'*. ,4, ,,i • 1 iNitiflcatlona by 30 in uiitinu to the other par- n.niisHlon."...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 January 1910

MMKwumm. ! 7 -Mmmprnm' / • i II1®I */ fuft •'* Z^jiMM, w ■ -a '^¥:.l Cuter** lotvmrv^l, l96l,aHhc Alio, Texoitoaforrjctf osSoco^OussfloMMotlei Af I of Cor*rcs> north*. it/t ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28. 1910 NI'mukr 8 BANK" "i ORANGE BLOSSOMS. TATE BANK tO, ooo. no rangementsS any change? Are you re- ind consideration? :o prey '>11 the business that other banks, but havntg in ce place very often, we sim- ilbrdial invitation to all who anking arrangements M R McClnrc N II Agnew Vice Pros's cupying the Bob Boyd cot- tage 011 Rusk street, until a new house cun be built by Will 011 lots purchased from Sam Harrison fronting t li e Methodist'church. Residence for rent, to Sam Harrison. Apply Take your eggs to N. H. Apnew and get 20 cents spot cash for them. LPatton & Dickey arc placing '^pbober Oil the ground for the erection of a 20 by 60 sheet1 Iron |building 011 the lot now Occupied by the blacksmith shop. They will carry a full line of hardware in the front part of tlic b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 January 1910

€i THE ALTO HERALD II T ribun Urn Exc cor Abi ma Wast "Din or imi th li'Ct t l 0 con Ion «• •OIIIITH h« fr feil. iupren lli<« n "It leprlv he n* v "IV l abllsl JtUtOH iulo-1 Jivul 10 k f CO lot! -«. Ion <>\ "«1> twIMP Ion, « Ictlo r«!t*r ilnslon ion<'.v, 'ML') . HI.!. .,,ulro hi ml "<3> r hi * til* taint_ iU SiuI "<4> A inlrr III' on 2" ri- null nit « on "U'ltsi rlikh i- mirt o Ions it lay be f ib. "In >«r n OIlRt I 16 t Iri'ul ippol hone nt ti inch iml « )OWf! ho I loi'fl |u<l£o lo t h they llso | Whilo of ro AM Ifl «omp« On "Th ihoul rhoul differ fount) moult to re t'nlto th" •• Rhntl ronrt •houl r« si r Drder nlun < Ins a tait i rnado Inur. rtamn tit inn bo c somn more Hon lion, tain lenct pr<h'T that ftlllt lino ..y, romr riofn rnfoi rlors rmpl tho • npon tioilH of a rial Itnpa by o flop rial lti£ my gfOVG conti I th Intra into* broil r a salt the Cc awl ■ay "1 prri com* (• to nu aubje< •Ion, • dpi'' < eomp^' mon co frhntat "In M McCL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 January 1910

r • ■ > PR v.- W ijjp;*,'* ■. 1 mm. L LOSS AT NEW YORK $4.80 BALE AND AT NEW OR- LEANS $6.00. PER SALES ARE VERY HEAVY M mi Second Bear Raid More Successful Than First—1,500,000 Bales Sold. New York, Jan. 11.—l:ndcr prrs- luro of enormous liquidation involv- ing tho sn11* of approximately 1,500,- 000 bales tlx' New York Cotton Ex- cliangc was hard hit by n hear ruiil Monday with losses us high as $1.80 a hale. William I'. Brown and Frank 1$. Have, who arc credited with being among the leaders in the hull campaign which of late lias taken profits estimated at $1:1,000,- 000 were on the floor of the ex- change, active figures in one of the most exciting sessions in its history. May cotton, which recently has been as high as lG.lflc, dropped to 15.32c. March touched 15.Otic as its lowest point, while July opened at 15.K0e, dropped to 15.32c, and closed a point higher. May closed at 15.34c and March at 15.11c. The hears fought bitterly and sold at an enormous scale, several brokers e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 January 1910

i i t Cures Biliousness, Sick Headache, Sour Stom- ach, Torpid Liver and Chronic Constipation. Pleasant to taUe HO Laxative Fruit Syrnp Pur sum Jy oUlNN «* ^()A'' 8' Alto. I «>■«• Cleanses the system thoroughly and clears sallow complexions of pimplea and blotches. It ia guaranteed COULDN'T FIND THE MONKEYS PRIESTS ARE GOOD FARMERS |fJ UNKIND MOOD j^wntle Was Rather Poor Kind Guide for Her Little Via- Iting Nephaw. of Tho young nephew had r«me In /rorn tlio country aftor the liarvfswt Whys v.i*ro over to g«t a peek at toowo of the Bights of the great city. IT nolo whs busy Ht the office, but the ■young wife took him out the first (lay <or a visit to the zoological gardens. "Weil, Charlie," said the husband lO the youngster on their return, "how Mid you like the monkeys? Were they «*unny?" i "Why, we didn't see any monkeys," Trappist Monks In C.insd* Have M«de for Themselves a Reputation for txcellenee. Brattercd throughout Cu«a<1a aro rrmuy curious religious eominuncs, tr- ...

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