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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 February 1910

TIT FOR TAT TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS Work liaa bexuu on tho new l.one tar Cotton Mill. $200,000 capital, the round being broken for the founda- Jon. Safe crackers made art unnuccesaful ttempt to loot the bank at Cross lalns, Texaa, after having robbed the oint poutolllce and a Htorn. The 4-year-old daughter, Eva. of E. . Schlll, a Moore County farmer, was calded to death by overturning upon erself a pot of boiling lard. A movement has been started by the lll.sboro Hoard of Trade to offer prem- nm for the best aero of corn raised Is year within Illllsboro trade ter tory, as was done last year. A deal Involving more than a mil- on dollars was consummated at Den- •on when T. I- Clark and K. C. Stur- ls of Denlson purchased 72,000 acres f land lying in Duvul, McMullen and aSalle Counties. A new station has been established n tlie Santa Ke, four miles south of ort Worth, with the nume of Sem- ary Hill, so named by reason of that >lng the site of the Southwestern aptist Theological Semina...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 February 1910

' f KffRS I r t< u c C' •« o r« c 1) vjt \i ti f t * t y t li 1 t v I r r y i r d n t b v V tv t>< < N In Pi <i tl 7 h tl 7 n (i fi t< fc t v A 1< tl a AND •#,-% If AIJ ■&i &§f ' " Si Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, La Grippe, Asthma, Throat and Lung Troubles. Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption 6 «,. (7X A COAT.. Alto. T.«— • 'MS NO alv.'.r tul 0JGS Tho Oei nine is in tho YEI.IOW PACK AOB GAL THREE ALTO REAL LIVE MEN. GAL FOUR—ALTO. WARNING IS GIVEN. j disinfecting the seed is recom- | mended: For every two gal- lons of hot water in an earthen ~ ~ , r ' or wooden container, stir in un- College Sation, Texas, I1 eb. .>. j(.| (jjHBOjve(j two ounces of pow- —Because there are so main (jcmj corrosive sublimafe. Then shipments of potatoes coming in- Kjjuje |10j corrosive subli- to the State at this time, 1)r-jmate solution with fifteen gal- Raymond H. Pond, plant Patho" | jons 0f cojd water. Place the logist at the Texas experiment Jsoun(^ uncut potatoes in n ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 February 1910

;i: mm W /VfJQGflT S :* akawwasai^^ ** vj 1 V Blto era itwtrrf.C luiwnrv.. , IWI ,«f llie Kite, I'cxn >o«tor>KW OS WJrt'IOiM *1al. Softer Ari of Conare.u- Hn I i. | 7 Volume X ALTO, TEXAS, FERlf>AY. FBRUARY 18. 1910 Numrkk 11 THE HOME BANK' THE ALTO STATE RANK CAPITAL 9l0.000.no SURPLUS 1.500.00 The Growing Bank Join the growing list of depositors who keep their accounts with us. These people appreciate the accommodafilms we render/^vthey are benefitted by our many crtiivrnirnrrs ltf~ Your Connection with This Bank will be Both Profitable and Agreeable. M C Fairish, Pres. M E McClure, Vice Pres. T 1) Miller, Cashier A GUARANTY FUND BANK ergy for the welfare o f t li e .j many bat it aWny* ins been The Continental State bank. and always will, be the ease,: | that public enterprise rests ■ upon the shoulders of a few | men in each and every tow ,j while great numbers ride up- on this enterprise, as it were, I I to prosperity. How it i? that a man or set of u|eu doing bus- ine...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 February 1910

I n t« u c c n* 4 0 V c t' -VI \i t THE ALTO IIKKALD T. M McCLURE, Proprietor Al-'l (- - - ' " THE JEW AND THE SYNAGOGUE Records Seem to Show That Member* ship Is by No Means What It Should Be. In iffir thorp were, according to the tensus, 1.7G9 Jewish congregations In tins cowitr} Kuril of these may be said to have hii average inemberahlp of 4f>0 persons, according to the bul- letin. In other words, less than K00,- 000 Jewish men. women anil children were connected with Jewish congrega- tions. Itut In 1906 It may be conservative- ly estimated that there were certain- ly no less than 1,000,000 .lews In this country, and that more probably there were 2,000,000. What religious connections had these hundreds of thousands of .lews who were connected with no congrega- tion? It would appear that one half, if not more, of the Jews of this coun- try have been hist hold of by the syna- gogue. Now, the figures may not be so large as these Indicate. There are more than 1,709 Jewish congrega...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 February 1910

Vfo ■, . idfx- flu. ih* log Df>- oU. Of* >r« me .ki >pt IS* lie rv- a ne at )W fh >w )r. id be rk be 1a Ir S m u '•••|; w' ft' 1 I Si vf. jt e Master Bv MARIE mN'VORST PICTURES BY CMAS W.ROS5ER corz-RiGHr. jso.^ w j.n.LippmcoTT Co SYNOPSIS. nn*ll T.mpoit, world'* gri>ntoiit novelist n<l |mh I. r-• fuMli)« to hi- (urtlx'r lionized, HtiiitH 111rtiM«>lf up In Craven, III* country home. Tils Bloomy mfilltutioni ur« bro- Ki'ti up by his housekeeper who liu. dln- obeyed Mm orders not to ndmlt any one to tlie Iiouhc, The visitor Is I.ucy ('uri'W, Hn American. who has oome to KiiKlanrl to write it study of the author, but moat of till tit get a HvnopKl* of hlit new unite of poems, hnvlmt been promised a Kuod position with u nntKUZlnt) If aucccssful. CHAPTER I—Continued. Miss Carew leaned forward, her hands clasped before her. "1 once road two pooma of yours— masterpieces. They were only an epilogue—any one could see that they were the forerunners of a longer work, the o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 February 1910

" :• Tni<- A1 TO II FllALI) 'sl'v declini l'lc ^cncrolls 111JL ALIO HI.wai.iJi f ^ HuicilU1,^or „,y T, M. M'CLURE, E- 'tor I'lH Propr'etgr SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year . Rix Montis All sulis<;: advanc >a\* . . . $i oo ' '.' 50 I it ions .ire payable in name will be put I cordingi)'. subsequent iiiay put out lit to per, installments lie unless lie sees ir it at so much ud have it marked ac the Ixsofcs until paid for. annoucnements- ANN")UNCKMKXT FEliS. • * /\ .. «5,i c fx I'or Luii^i1 • ^ -'j For District Offices 10.00 Kor County Offices 5-00 For Precinct Offices 2 50 WH' liu- )1Th es under all •h their names appear, e result of the We are authorized to an- nounce the following candi- dates for wh subject to Democratic Primary: For Kupreseutaiiv. G wrgc 15. Terrell For Sheriff Geo. T. Bradford ]•;. C (Died) Martin Will I'orest Miller Dial For County J ndgc Frank Gibson For County Attorney John 13. Guinn For Cou'Uy Clerk K. 1). Spinks Jill Powell lv S Jones ]oc 1>. Summers ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 February 1910

":v£,r?:;^v w" • r^-^f^f^r^: •■ $■: "''s "'■■■-"^ •'•<•*£ .U* '-.r::;.,.,KwrW.• ±w-y «*&&&<*«*■ \ \/ B. D. BROCK w<nts your trade for Staple and Fandv Groceries Cigars, Tobacco. Fruits, Candies, Etc Short Order House I run a firs .-class Short Order house in -connection, and ean furnish everything to eat the market affords on short notice and at reasonable rates. Fresh Oysters Kept on Hand All the Time WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY Rusk 011 Feb. 26, to hear the report of our delegates to the Celebration at Grange riallTues' ^nt state meeting at Fort day, Feb. 22,1910. such come B. Local and Personal Bran and chops in stock at Agnew'a. Red Rock wiH bo at F. B- Guitin's drug store about March 1. Capt. J. J. Watkins was over from Douglass a couple of days this week. Phone us youv order for groceries. We deliver t h e geo.'s. Allen Grocery Co. Have buyeV for 200 to 400 acre farm improved. C. M Nowell. Miss Fanny Goolsby of Crockett, yieited her sister. Mrs. M. E. McClure, t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 February 1910

HE MEANT EVENING GOWNS The Name of Washington i Well Meant Compliment to American Woman Somewhat Marred by Unfortunate Error. Monfi. PriiRcr, w ho from IiIr triumph of th<! Savoy hotel in London bus come to New York to conduct ft very fnslilonablo restaurant, was oompll- j wonted by a reporter on his perfect English. "Well." wild Moim. r'niRPr, amlllng. j "my English Is, perhaps, better than that of the Marquis X., who supped ! here after the opera the other evening ! "Our tine supper rooms looked very i gay and flue, diamonds flashed, pals jabries shimmered, and (everywhere, j turn where II would, the eye rested on dimpled, snowy shoulders shining llko natIn above decollete bodices of Paris ^ gowns. "These decollete bodices Impressed j the Marquis X. lie waved his hand uml said: " 'I 'ave knowed parfaltement that the American young ladies was beau- tiful, but ah—I cannot say how far more beautiful they seem In their night dresses."—N Y. Press, Soni nl die youth and llie trulli o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 February 1910

iiini—iiifmrw~ sroBfflE i<$V \ INTEREST CREATED IN BALLINGER INQUIRY CROSS EXAMINATION STARTED BY JOHN J. VERTREES, AT- TORNEY FOR SECRETARY. SYMPATHY IS WITH GLAVIS Witness Angrily Denounces Surpris« Sprung by Defense •• "Frame Uup" Against Him, Washington, Feb. 15.—The Bnllinger- Plnchot Congressional inquiry begun to bristle with Interest yesterday when John J. Vertrees, counsel for Secre- tary Bnllinger, undertook the cross- examination of Louis K. Glavls, prin- cipal witness for the "prosecution." The climax of the day was reached late in the afternoon session, when Mr. Vetreea announced that a box belong- ing to Mr. Ulavis and left in the Grand Jury room at Beattle had been broken open a few days ago and that u num- ber of letters missing from the files of the Land Oflke In Seattle, copies of which have recently been published In a weekly paper, were found therein. Glavls angrily declared that If any letters had been found In his belong- ings a "frame-up" hud been prepared ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 February 1910

a*r H v t b ■* ■f * d K ( t S! 1 t 1 I y Will cure anv cn beyond the reach of WOT IN UNE vviTH PRmRES" frcleccor's fvr*r*nee Ait'y tl'ir ♦islet D f' f ce Uftween Old and New World'). rrof George I oeb Orlnncll. the not «<) weNtrrn I'tytiolopifll hhIiI In 'lip course ol ii rc-eiit Hildress tipfori* 11 CotigresK of lllinirinns In Wlchltii "My recent KtiRllxh tour has con- vinced me that we Amerl' m write belter Kmiisli unci speak I . iter Klip iibli t; i r Tt . c.i r n- " lie smiled. "Yes," lie oald. "we excel tlic Km llsh In tlie ii e of the btiptmne us «e excel tlieiii In the use of plumblt s 1 visited an old manor house In Dcr livshire om <lii>, that wiih for rent a ridiculously low ficure. With Ha crumbling carved Htone and its blnci; ouk paticlliiK. the house was splendid 1 couldn't understand how. at so law n rental, It remained empty "Hut as I mused and wondered nmid all that old-world beauty, the eat 'taker led me to a room under tin? hall. He lifted up a board and sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 February 1910

CulerW lor\ «rv#w , 1901 .orine Kit©, Tcxeuoifof'ie* o*S«KXW\'tOuAiM«ii.'iotterActofO)fujrojj. n#rcM,ii7# ALTO, TEXAS, FERIDAY. FBRUARY 25. 1910 NUMBER 12> ■Volumt: X BIG DEMAND FOR OLD HATS THE HOME BANK Discarded Headgear Now Used foe Every Imaginable Purpoa Clavar Schemea. M j r THE ALTO STATE RANK CAPITAL SURPLUS tlO.OOO.tio 1.J500.00 The Growing Bank Join the growing list of depositors who keep their accounts with us. These people appreciate the accommodafions wc render^they are benefitted jpy our many conveniences.--^^, Y ourGonnection with This Bank will be Both Profitable and AgreeaWe. M C Parrish, Pres. M R McClure, Vice Pres. T D Miller, Cashier A GUARANTY FUND BANK From Mt. Zion. Farmers of this section are look- ing somewhat blue since the rc- cent freeze. It seems though that the freeze was not so bad as first thought. Something like half of the tomatoes were saved, and plants will be grown as quickly as possi- ble to take the'place of those killed. Miss Beatrice Spa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 February 1910

gaj \ M?, 7' %* •'■ & THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor a t 'l i i - - - - THX AS " All's not Junk that inters. AftIT II 11)1111 llllh *hown nls temper, le feel* like IiiillnK Of course I Item is n yellow peril. Inn'I- China full of Fangs? "Beautiful mow" Ih the sort you don't have to wade through. Better ho counted twice lu the com- liig census than not at all. Queer as it seems, the fast man Is soon overtaken by misfortune. A new comet has been discovered Iby an astronomer In South Africa. What Is there In a fish pole that Is su destructive to a man's veracity? AvlntIon Ih the only sport In which "•going up lu the nir" wins prizes. Paint the Illy If you choose, but do >not color oleomargarine for cummer- •clal purposes. This Is the weather when tho merci- ful man should be merciful to bis beast of burden. Mnylie that Atlanta couple will yet find their dream inurrlugu turning Into a nightmare. They say that there Is sodium in •the comet's tail. Perhaps some one has b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 February 1910

vmvrrw*' rfKT'l3 omasa- 1 I I 0 master FAMOUS DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION. MARIE \i\N"VORST PICTURES BY CMAS W.ROSSER —" ^copyjrigiir.;j90j,;jjv"j;d. lipp wc ott Co SYNOPSIS. Basil Tempest, world', Bront<>*t novelist -•nil poet, ri'fuiilnic to tie further Uonlaod, ■ hiitn lilmnelf up In Craven. >• In country homv. iiIh gloomy meditation* ore bro- ken by his housekeeper, who haa 'Un- obeyed hla order* not to admit any one. Th visitor I* l.uey Carew, an American who hit* come to EnKlmid to write « • tudy of the nuthor. but more especially to Ket a *ynop*ln of hi* new suite of poem*, having been promised a good po- sition with a magazine If successful. Tempest, in finger, declares he will write xio mors, and usk* her to go. ltepentlng ■of hi* rudonr's* In Hcndlng ner out In the rain at night, ho follow*, hilt she refuses <o return to Craven with htm, anil takes lodging with a cottager. CHAPTER I—Continued. "Now," ruUI Tempest, "one more fa- vor, KamRdill. Can tliey npnro you here...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 February 1910

Tin: ALTO IIKKALD T. M, M n liRF. Edilor and Propr'etor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year *' ™ Six Months * AH snbrtciiptiotis are payable i" lulvancc. No name will be put oil tile 1 until paid for. Friedman & Company ADVANCE SALE OF annoucnements- . ANNOUNCEMENT FEUS. For Congress $T5 °° . 10.00 5.00 2.50 Laces and Embroidery! For District Offices For County Offices For Precinct Offices We are authorized to an- nounce the following candi- dates for the offices under which their names appear,- all subject to the result of the Democratic Primary: hat Representative George B. Terrell for Sheriff Geo. T. Bradford I?,'. C. (Dred) Martin Will Forest Miller Dial 4 For County J utlpe , Frank Gibson f #r County Attorney John B. Guiun For County Clerk E. D. Spiuks H II Powell E S Jones Joe (r. .^i^icrs For Tax Assessor A R Myhand Walter E, Sloan *\. O. W. Frederick j I Sewall Jfc • Collector U B Siugletary For Treaiurer Q. C. Looney For Superintendent Public Tnstr'n E I- Penland For Commission...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 February 1910

«n- wt —iill TffTTSPt lbilelkwffiip vgc4DP /B ■air B. D. BROCK w<nts your trade for Staple and FandvGroceries Cigars, Tobacco. Fruits, Candies, Etc Short Order House I run a firs''dass Short Order house in -connection, and ean furnish everything to eat the market affords on short notice and at reasonable rates. Fresh Oysters Kept on Hand All the Time Local and Personal- Premium hams and break- fast bacon at AgncW's. t You can get Crystal \Vhit6 Soap at the Racket Stoi'e.' C. P. Murphy spfcnt several days in Palestine last week. \V. T. Williams lias plenty of fresh bolted irieal in stock. Sheriff Norwoad was down from Rusk Monday afternoon on official business. , You ought tA'See tlh£ Ww slippers that hiWl just nmved at the Racket Store. Aearof bright alfalfa h ty is expected to arrive today or tbmorrow for Y\'. T. Williams. The postoffce was dosed Tuesday, it b'. ing Washing- ton's natal day—a national holiday, Dr. J. A. Allison goes Chicago this week, where he will tnke a po^t '...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 February 1910

Q8S *■* • jSr r KNEW HER STYLE. 1 I I Suitor—Hut ynu haven't ttsltod tn« jn>t whether or not I can make a IIv- liiK for your daiiRhtor. Father—Never mind, Henry; If you uiarry her .she'll see to that. KEEP BABY'S SKIN CLEAR TYw pnronts realize bow many on* tlmable lives have been embittered And social and business success pre- vented by serious skin affections which so often result from the neglect of minor eruptions in infancy and childhood. With but a little care and the use of the proper emollients, baby's nkln and hair may bo preserved, purl- Wed and beautified, minor eruptions prevented from becoming chronic and torturing, disfiguring rashes, ltchlngs, Irritations and dialings dispelled. To this end, nothing is so pure, so sweet, so speedily effective M the con- stant use of Cutlcura Soap, assisted, ] when nece nry, by Cutlcura Ointment Send to Potter Drug & Chera. Corp., woli' proprietors, lloston, for their free 32-page Cutieura Hook telling all about the care and trea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 February 1910

TROUBLE IN CAIRO CORONER'S JURY FAILS TO FIX INDIVIDUAL BLAME FOR HOL- LIDAY'S DEATH. EXCITEMENT HINDERS COURT Judge Dissolves Grand Jury at the Re- quest of the Juror*—Company H Arrive*. Cairo, III., Feb. 22.—No Individual f>pputy Sheriff was named In the ver- dict of the Coroner's Jury which In- ventilated the death of Alexander M. llallldiiy, who watt killed In tho mob Thursday nl«bt seeking the life of John Pratt, the negro purse xnatcher. Tho vcrdlct was returned last night koou after tbe taking of tho testimony of many witnesses. It found that Hnllldny cam© to his death by guushot wound caused by a weapon held In the hands of one of Sheriff Fred D. Nellls' deputies, fired from the north window of tho Circuit Clerk's odlce In the court house. Tho happenings of the doy did not tend to allay the oxcltement of the citizens. Judge W. N. Butler dissolved tho Grand Jury at the request of tho jurors and now Sheriff Nellls will huvo the selection of a new Grand Jury which probably w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 February 1910

> in til nn ve wl of ch L h. *k B< pr to fri BV 8t Wl St ISO •JO ttl f <1p va lie )i an Ic: ov lo Ka I1C th ol. I til of Ull VJ. 11a Iti liit tli to 1111 lit yr> te th H: I i Ul' f u di. Btc tr< It cm KU OU ba th Kti th nn to th th. HW till wc ov us l)U ilu nu I'c Btl V/l Kr lo wl CO tin HO pa tie ca do f: pit mr * CONTAINS NO HARMFUL DRUGS CuTeT^oughZ"ColcTs, CroupT La Grippe. Asthma, Throat ^ and Lune Troubles. Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption —: - |>or Si*10 CfyflUI^ ft COAT8. Alto. T *« TERRIBLE THAGEDY AT WACO. |and carnations, not surprise us Three Death? and One Expected, Jealousy the Sole Canse. Waco, Texas, Feb. 21 — Deep regret over conditions which brought about the ter- rible tragedy between 2 and } o'clock Sunday morning was expressed in \\ aco yesterday, and hundreds of the morbid visited the undertaking estab- lishment to see the bodies of the victims. It seems absolutely certain that Charlie Franks, the bar- tender, who was enraged at Roy Andersou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 March 1910

* ' i&X * **** \T (The Hlto IHcralcL tjnlwfK' )on««rvi. . I90I .ot the Hlto, TcxnPo«lor'*e 0«Sccc*i4O« 4 lnllMatUrArtof CofWTM*- HwthJ, II7 "OI.UMH X ALTO, TEXAS, FERIDAY. MARCH 4. 1910. Number 'the home bank' THE ALTO STATE RANK CAPITAL CtO.OOO.oo SURPLUS l.SOO.OO If You Have an Account with This Bank You need no< send money through the mail, nor buy a money order, or express order You Can Send Your Check If your check gets lost, your money is still safe in the bank. Small accounts are welcome. Large ac counts are welcome. Wo extend a hearty welcome to every one, whether a customer or not M C Parrish, Pres. M E McClure, Vice Pres. T D Miller, Cashier Make Our Bank Your Headquarters WHEN YOU ARE IN ALTO WRONG VIEWS OF THE CENSUS No Harm Can Come to Any Person Who Answers the Questions. Washington, D. C., March 2, 1910. Letters from the census su- pervisors to the United States Census Buraeu show the erro- neous apprehension of a coiv siderable element ot the popu- lation that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 March 1910

flMOM&a c ( 'Jet trip 1 ula 1 tin nui vol «b of «-hl l In.' ski <lci jiri tor Irr SW stt wb Se sol QO. tilt *r« <le < U* lie Or an let ov Jo' ro ne tb; olc ln< of UK K'U na Hi lit* th. to mi lit yo te ih II: I l ul fH di hi tr« it <iu HU OU ha th est ill in to lb th HA 111 V o\ Xli In di at vi St w pi to w cc THE ALTO HERALD ' T M. McCLURE, Proprietor E I TEXAS 0 Ink at $100 a Pound. "The tn'st India Ink it should ; really be railed China Ink- never leave* China," said a missionary. "It cosl* JH'O a pound. anil (ho scribes | line it in writing ths correspondence of the royal family and tho mandarins, j "India Ink la made of the oil of tho poisonous weeds of the sosamum or eolr.a tree Varnish and pork fat are added to thin oil, and then, by ineaiia of combustion, all 1b changed lampblack. "The lampblack paste mlied with glue in beaten for days on an anvil, fine musk Is gradually mixed In to give perfume, and the purest gold leaf to give a rich luster. Finally the i...

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