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

TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS >■ >A At fioree, To*., valuable doposltu of lead, zlnr and gold have been found at a depth of only ten feet. The gin and ice plant belonging to S. T. Fitch of Whlteaboro, wan de- stroyed by lire. The plant was valued at $12,000. In the prohibition election In How- ard County the vote stands CKt> for prohibition and 33(i against prohibi- tion. Terrell postofllee receipts for the last year amount to $f>6,747.03, dls bursoments $32,-'87.11!, making a grand total business handled of $89,03-1.15, The coal mines of Texas produced 1,895,377 tons of coal In 1908, and the oil wellB of Texas produced 11.20G.4G4 barrels of petroleum In the same year. A number of pension bills have been passed by the Ilouse and consideration of the legislative, execu- tive and judicial appropriation bill be- gun. A message from Thief of Police ] (Spain states thut the Texas Associa- tion of Police Chiefs and City Marshals will be held at Sherman May 18, 19 and 20. Tho executive...

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

KIDNEY PILLS for baclcache, rheumatism, kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary insularities. Foley's Kidney Pills purify the blood, restore lost vitality and vigor. Refuse substitutes. l"or.Si<l« cry itCOAT8,Alto,T KB Redlawn Literary Society. Following is the program lor the society, which wili meet March 26, at 7:30 o'clock p. 111: Song—Misses Lela and \ i- ala Rhodes. Recitation—Miss Coy Cole. Play—Ethel Rogers and Freddie Cole. Recitation—Louis Cole. Play—By Tolil Metes and j Douglass McLain, Play—Mrs. Birdie RoKcrs """V 1™"<ls and (hner Colt. j Foley's Kidney Remedy will Recitation- Ca '. R'v.m-••. ' <mmo ;my case of Kidney or Blad- Play—J. \\ . Cole and Clias. ^ dor trouble i,i;u is n;/t bcyc;.! Sartain. 1 the reach of medicine. No medi- Fred B. loon the evening of March 2,|, at o'clock. All our business men should meet these excuivionists and show them over the town. See Agucw for the best and freshest groceries in town. Free delivery anywhere in the city. The 0111 \...

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

MHI -r.vcstiwswawcoc- " \Lai^C- 4 tZbc Blto IHeralcL Kulerrf lanunrv .a, I40I .ot Ihe Alto. Tex#i osfofie<r. qjS«ron us* rialiriatter ActofConurA.vt- Mori-h3.U79 :z?r; Volume X ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 25. 1910. Number 16 ■ CONSIDERING THE QUESTION SQUARELY The fselectiou of a Bank iuvolvees two things-— SAFETY and ACCOMMODA- TION. For these reasons our prestige is highest among those who know most about what a Bank should do for its customers Tiie Alto Stae Bank Farmers Organize. The following paper was read by Miss Lillian Rogers before the Farmers' Uuion meeting at Mt Ziou on Fri- day, February 18 : / I am a member of the Farm- ers' Union, though will ac- knowledge am a very poor member myself, and am afraid I'll not be able to give any thoughts that will be of much benefit to others, haviug never tried before. Still I am a firm believer in the farmers being gauized. Why just think of the many men that till the goil, then picture the great army of people organized, thoroughl...

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

Tilt. At.TO JIEKALD EVENJ5 BOILED DOWN T. M. AI-TO, McCLURE, Proprietoi TK\ v? e-r there I" iinno bo brave us to d fund tie overlon# hatpin. Fashion note 1'nrnllln coats an all u,t. iahiuoiik Imported <'KKs- domestic and foreign happen- INGS SERVED UP IN AT- TRACTIVE STYLE. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY \Vc are waiting for llallcy's to us the spri K styles in coiucts. lllOW No innocent bystander is hurt In a Bight riot when ho is at home In bed. Even if you cannot skate, remember that the swimming will he good next July. Everything Important That Could Bo Confined to a Small Space la Here Found. Millionaires now wave aside the jtate du foih ki'hk and call for pork chops. nut the man who uses dynamite can- rot cny that he didn't think It was loaded. American frozen beef sella cheaper In London lhan in New York. Can anybody guess why? Mr. llalloy's comet should have Itm hair marcelled before It comes Into full view of the spectators. Maybe the hog Is merely trying to live up to what the re...

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

0 Master By MARIE VAN VORST PICTURES BY CMAS W.ROSSER ^OPYRlGHr. I905y.&f 'J'.B.LIPPlNCOTT Co o SYNOPSIS. n«sll Tempest. world'* greatest poet and novelist. refusing further to be llon- laed, shut* himself up In Craven, his country liomiv 11in gloomy meditation* «ro broken by the admission of un Ameri- can. Lucy Carew. who ha* come to Kng- lftnri to got a study of the author, but tnoro especially a synopsis of his new ijulto of poems. Tempest, Angry at be In if <ll*turhrwl, declares he will write no more, ®nd asks Lucy to go. Repenting his rude- ness In sending her out at night In ths rain. Tempest hastens after her, but she refuses to return to Craven with him and takes lodging with • a cottager Next morning Lucy receives an apology from Tempest and an offer to assist her In Jvrltlng her essay. Tempest dlctatos to Lucy, who listens spellbound as she Jarites. I.ucy decide* to go to London, but Tempest Induces h«*r to remain and read lier manuscript to him. Lucy declines an In...

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

-■C-ii mmmmrnmrnmrnm® y'',r \'! V 1 "V: V ^ i T- •?: \L': >• * •vi" V: w V +\r: r u.Vv t .v Tl": SM ?L": Special Millinery Opening! ■————rm— Friday and Saturday, March 25-26 /"^nARACTKRIZED by that superior decree of cxclusiveness which for many years has become a distinctive feature of our Millinery Openings, this evens will no doubt strongly commend itself to lad it s <f refined tastes in the matter of Stylish Millinery. In our handsome showing will be displayed Brilliant Creations of Many Eminent Designers frpm the Center of Fashion, together with the exquisite-handiwork of our own Clever Artist s®,Charmin2ly Distinctive Are the Mats You will See Here <l tc' • % I \ It, In each individual conception you'll find that extraordinary clement of individuality and charm which so few designers have the skill to produce. The Millinery we show excels in quality of materials, harmony of colors, triiunfing and di\ rsity of style. You are cordially invited ta attend our lvxqujsite s...

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

4 i K i 2 NOW IS YOUR CHANCF Nohing Reserved f SECOND WEEK OF REMEMBER IJ*" ^ • / I \ L— IVI U. 1 V I L_> L—. r\ . rriedman ci Company s [Everything Must go BIG REMOVAL SALE! * * k y MEN'S AND BOYS* CLOTHING Come in and Lsok at Our i.ine You will Save frcn 25 to 50 per cent MEN'S AND BOYS HATS We Must Clo^e Out Our Entire Lou at Unheard of Prices i COME-Y()rii DOLLAR WILL DO I)( H ULK i >T 'TV-COME f * SHOES FOR THE WHOJ E FAMILY Now is Your Chance to Lay in Your Needs at a Big Saving 3 Take advantage of THIS GREAT MONEY SAVING EVENT..* Now is your chance t6 save mofiey ^ You will find a magnificent collection of all the newest, most beautiful, stylish and most dependable merchan- JJ ^ dise at prices that cannot be duplicated elsewhere ft We want You to Consider This i\ Personal Invitation to Attend! J*' ^ TELL YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS THAT THE BIG REMOVAL SALE IS IN FULL BLATTj ? I. FRIEDMAN & COMPANY CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS For Mayor C. M. NOELL For Marshal JOE G. MOORE AB ...

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

L Berlin "Newsboys." "Tin* uiild tin I*' ni'WHlioy of New York i in I' .iiii HomottilnR In Ilerlln," Vfit. ' :i Ni' ^ <ii-k•• r IroIII Hint city. "One of popular Ht'llem of w** pniitTH In HiIh town Is a gray bi'urdfd. lull, h o 11111 ■ 11 '■ looking i:mn, who Iiiim fjI(. ttudit'd on*1 copy of each publiailon- to 11 Ioiik fishing roil. 011 the top of wlili li tlieru Is a llttln inn k' l fin coin 1 IVopl<> on omnlbul- is mill ;it upper windows may In* nerved by nieuna of the roil. They help themselves to Ibe paper they de- Hire deposit their money In the little ban and the sold paper In replaced by another from the Block which thu old man curries In a hag hIuiik over tils shoulder Tho children In the district where lie does business cull hI ill the "nickel Usher Valuable Old Documents. The chance discovery of a secret drawer In an old writing desk which has been In the family of Charles Meckel of Hethloheni, Pa., for genera- tions as a treasured heirloom, reveal ed that the d...

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

jfotival of fe brand fnlTOtintf JMm * ASTER—the most bountiful and poetic of all modern religious observances—goes back to very early times. In primitive days a spring festlvul was associated with various special nature deities, but It passed Into the Christian ritual principally through the Jewish feast of the Passover. This, In the early traditions of the wandering Iledoutn Semites, was a sheep-shear- ing festival, of which tho principal leature was the sacrificial offering of the paschal lamb to Yahwe In the month of Nlsan, In the spring, which marked the beginning of the oriental Kummer. In the agricultural stage of Semitic evolution It underwent corre- sponding changes, and unleavened bread—the first bread made of tho early harvest grain which begins to ripen about the month of April In Palestine and other Semitic lands— was added. These primitive agricul- tural festivities were eventually com- bined with the beginning of the Jew- ish national life that followed upon the exodus...

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

* .. . .M- ■ - - ^ PILLS for backache, rheumatism, kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary irregularities. Foley's Kidney Pills purify the blood, restore lost vitality and vigor. Refuse substitutes. PorSult (yyoUIINN ftCOAT8,Alto. Tt .. Cun.iuileii from First I'*** ' tllC S.1I1H* tilllC IpOlUliolla Will cam-1 li<-sc said cor- ted, so 'to' ! speak, with nothing l)iU a, 11 j great loss to tile farmer. The farmers are generally the lug these r> :i •' and nioi t'urtahle houses fo live in. is ncccssarv for the fanners 111 all parts ot the country to get j - ---. f •jchiud these various demands. | happiest of anj_ c . .. •r condi-jp'ei should work i<>i tne ncne- is the fit of each other just the saiuo They all want better tious and united action is only way to get all you want. Co-operation is the key that will unlock all doors for the farmer, but it takes education to teach as others of the same vocation I do. But some are actually prejudiced against anything new and will ther...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 April 1910

" V. " \JW /7 1 p'l F I Mforrt' lurvUoiVr-8, l*)OI,afllic /<!to. IV\oi>ivtofftr# Osv .vwir P*""! • P3 £" pi £t> laiiMutt* Nijtrl n. I f./« Volume X ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY. APRIL S, 1910. Numter i V M is i -re iiicrs YOU BE ONE EIGHTY ONTO M;,V ACCOUNTS Since January ist, and KlGHT of tlicm came to us last week. These are depositing accounts, and do not euclnde tlie large number of borrows we have accommodated since the first of the year. These NKW customers and THREE times that many C.LI) ones can tell our method • ;ank ONE DOLLAR WILL START AN ACCOUNT WITH US Housekeeping' and I where it is done—in a slip shod way. There should be a place Independence of Farmers for everything, and everything : in its place. In this way house- The following paper on house kec ping can bo made a pleasure, keeping unci 'independence of j while on the other hand, if when former, was. read before the 1 throueh any thine, and it ia ju t , -.<• . Iaui down in the first place that Farmers Union m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 April 1910

JBKmBmm-'-WR ' 4 '.•VUS-Ajffgff:' lUf? tort: jis II all 1 belli Tlu Lion onr Co-i will fan to Tin au sllO win uui to ' the gve wil ant it 1 bai me joi cil izc fee .so an th ho in ni ar fil to rc fa w: th S fa of ec a.' tl tl tc tl v w C' t' t i1 v t t I c C. 1 thi alto HEKALD BLACK DOG CLEW; T. M. MtCLURE, Proprietc ALTO, ti:\ a.- Iking, but ho comes In Corn mi the Bhape That propyl well lined w pork. used popper merger Beeins tli gold. It is a cold dtiv when ii packer enn t draw u first page head. Warships don't s ay In fashion any longer than women's lints All are the higher nlng to higher things — ! of living In particular. BROWNSVILLE CASE CLAIMED CANINE ROMPED AHEAD OF MEN WHO SHOT UP THE TOWN. WAS PET OF ONE COMPANY C.ipt. Howland. Rc. rder of Military Court, Argues th,it Negro Soldier* Gunty ol Lawlessness. r? EVENTS BOILED DOWN TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN- INGS SERVED UP IN AT- TRACTIVE STYLE. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY A spring without spring poets would be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 April 1910

0 Master By MARIE mN'VORST ^ PICTURES BY CriAS W.ROSSER COFyRIOHT. J905, J3yrJ:B.LIPPWC0TT Co SYNOPSIS. n«s11 Tnmpeat, wnrld'* Krentefil r )*t and novelist, rt'f uHlnjf further tn lie lion- ized, Mhiitx lilinmlf up In Craven, hi* country home. Ill* Klooniy meditation* are broken hy the ndmlHKlon of an Ameri- can, Lucy Carew, who has eorne to Kng* land to Ket A study of the author, hut tnoro especially a synopsis of his new unite of poems. Tempest, angry at belnB disturtied, declares lie will wrlto no more, ond asks Lucy to go. Itepentlnn his rude- ness In sending her out at nlKht In th. rain. Tempest hnst*ns after her, but she refuses to return to Craven with him and takes lodKlni; with a cottager. Next fnornln« Lucy race Ives an apology from Tempest and an offer to assist her in wrltltiK her essay. Tempest dictates to l.ury. who listens spellbound as sho writes. Lucy decides to go to London, but Tempest Induces her to remain and read tier manuscript to him. Lucy declines an Invitat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 April 1910

' ■ " rr/^t-«W • 1U to is al be T tii 01 C w fa tc T a s! \v il t( t' g V a i \ 1 j c i i 1 UK ALTO ITEKALI) to**#- llicin 11 y m r.rci l"E, Edifor and ProprMor .. . ();n- Yi Si n' M ' All mi Oil tl ; ;i 11 i],l Hi i c* j ut un ic •:> i t • « ! . . i i % >, ^' * e hulks, or i tlu> (..v a, lie. . of 6o '.es of t!;C ■ r , and al: !> ;ti l;i.j'iyaule i. U'oHIoU annoucnemen-is- i■ n \ i' 1 I'l ■ issued, .i t 'l' lllli-1 n C COllfcK v. . : done, an ', • 1;'' • i. i. Mi • ci Comi'i M Arm Waller, Ad die Latham, Mesda: lerryman and Latham were ntcTtaiucd Tue y afternoon i tli..* 29th o: March, at • nitiitil home 'if Mrs. I. II. Berrynian e M"nnee, in ■teUeiHh bi.il Ouil ' si"; tli a plea • ■ bein /ic;'lii d i i. t, the who ii •1 tli UCl iUK.': il t 1 mv 1 lay am , .k -. i)—a in , nr. u Drc 1111 YVhv Willi.' : 1 u V"Ur hap; ens I i .:,n\ lie 111! I- |Olll For Coir' 1,. , (j ;: • 1:1 ,c 'luiners A ;K AlvliaiW Walter B, Sloan A. O. \V. Frederick )•' ; i s . ill P. I . ilewhite l<...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 April 1910

A * • - •"Vts* ,."Kr •** • - I HM LuaS ai;; ; jsciuiI frkvron The Eledijti Tuesday Sale si ill j;ocs on at 1' ]*l". i.;.1 an iC ■ ■ l'rof. C C. Sliced has moves'. fit>111 Wells to Corsicina. Buv your groceries from Av«'ii -w's and you will aiwavr. est I lie best, I)res.; goods, la es and an- result: broideries at the big le'iiovs. ]' r I.i\ or This was one of the most quiet elections ever held in Alio, notwiih Unoing friends of the opposing candidates for mayor and niir.-.hal worked assjilaousl v for their men. A total of ill votes were polled, and the following bein the ii I. Fried in a u & C C M Noell Pleased to note that Master W R McCnistion... Wayne Agncw is c-.n . .ic oi .- _ I*or Marshal fii-ni lii.s recent severe illiies.. Joe (• .Mure. , ,r , , . ' Ab II J )iekey 1 Vivo 1 oiupletou ha • return- n- ,, , , , 1 , . l'or Lity Attorney t|lloAllo,iy..Ucccplc U |iG„j„„ ' s.tiou mill Bcrr;. man 4e W.u- ,,#r AM,n]lc„ Kr'"' M J Hogan .. . lvverything must go at the , C C Franc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 April 1910

' f : ' : j y .$n teML I 1'Ok j5 i In II |l|> All fur a l In spa' and t it l< brni Iih iii: t Medical Advrrtlilng In Japan. fulnif no ItrfliFHil nieillr'il |>r*c or "ill pormltioil to ndvcrtln* ;i|r.n llf'tllllH (if llll*IlllldH of llil'lllt.'tl tmeni or t ho blttory or iucom« ' i.,1 - IkHiotH und dentin!* it with hospitals or i-iiKfRl"* . ; i'till practice w ill not In- allowed nlM'i'tlsi; any Information beyond lud:< iitlnK llii'lr di'Kreea nnd sp<' lc In tills respect tin1 ordinance nxImatPH perhaps more to the ri« an Idea of w hat Is legitimate, t In gii11«■ ( iiimiion to llnd lii trims- mid journals small rectangular • ■s containing the name, address telephone number of Home prac ncr, with nn Indication of the n il or branch!'* of work In which 'lain to bo especially adept and ructcd. GREAT LOVE STORIES =3 OF HISTORY c By ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE GARIBALDI AND ANITA Lij Ui* Author.) M<ile Chatterboxes. Arc not men In the nin.Hi! more In fetcrnti i;osslps than wom...

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

HHP y <1 \ FROM THE ORIENT DISHES THAT ARE POPULAR IN THE EAST. Chop Suey Has Become a Favorite In This Country—Needs Some Care In Its Preparation— Japanese Rice. Chop Suey.—Chop suey, which I* uno of the national dishes in China, In fnpl becoming n favorite food hero, and while ninny of Its Ingredients nro puzzling to the unlnltlnted. once man- tered. this dish can be manufactured easily In any home kitchen. When mnde with young and tender pork as a foundation the dish la known on the Thlnese bills of fnre as "fine chop;" made with chicken It 1b called "guy rhop suey," and when with chicken *ml mushrooms, It has the tlllu of "mo goe chop suey." With enctt of these Is served the Chinese condiment, brown and piqu- ant, known as see yu, or nee row. It rorresponds to our Worcestershire, ami can bo purchased from any Chi- nese denier, as cnn thn bean sprouts or water chestnuts thnt (so with tho dish. If It cannot be obtained, an ex- cellent Imitation may bo made by mix- .TiK equal pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 April 1910

• .— -i %Vxi „ f" \ R M r J Kjf ! * 1VT - > Iroubl backachc, lacy Pilla i T'TT 1 tr. and urinary irrcgulai iucs. , rc..iorc lost vitality anil vigor. Rc "-e substitutes. N ** COA'I'S, Alto/I CMIH * 9 a. J./w) not in LINE with progress DKI AD!' OP MOSSBACKS. a lonjr i ry from the mull ilt vain! groud by plow- ii a brolvi.li limb, or dug 110 wo It i'l till I ho ir v, ■ai \ ud nts v. 'toll d' tho la n pro vi Is, cul 'i lie |i - I li a loads incrfi (1 t.CK) liarp upon who i Ik- in trying I hey p u oral, and have en— ii more ways than him in :l cnnt.ro- i iar he ha- said Hit n\V5 wood. In :ine they too ii'id all the snpi>ort v can into the va- , fearing the out davditon with a vengeance. Per- (.',i iieial Davidson's nd speach in the (l men cd" no- spicion ancient ; >r. I- who oppoj ed new fang lions, V e have a si that "mos-backs" of th< days vcre the progenii "mossbacks" of today, "mossbacliism" hereditaryOf1 nit from a pron ss of backwards? Or ar what in breeding "sports?"—...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 April 1910

'! <! Hi YT x A Knlrrry I(wi*iivk.8, i'wi ,01 iiu- nito, Tex Posioffic« osS«W( iK"lL s *lnnnolterA, i otConure^.v ,-inr. i v 1*7.1 Volume X ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1910. Number iK •rr* PROSPERITY. touuma A Good farmer living near Alto was asked how he was getting along.jftHe replied I've got— Corn in the corn crib, Chickens it) the yard, Meat in the smoke house, And a barrel full of lard Cream in the pitcher, Honey in the mug' Cider in the demijohn, And liquor in the jug This man is indeed in good candition, yet he failed to mention one thing-HE RUNS AN ACCOTNT WITH US, which is the best foaturc of a man's prosperity, 'sjnrjrs/jut*mssssawfM& BSK^a8SSVBXBii0SSSS&xmramirA JME ALTO STATE BANK ■ ■■ .i 1 with nice clear dritikii.ee water always at hand, and vou will soon have some beautiful chickens that yon will justly be proud of. We thiik that is a great deal of tune and trouble to take, lit ice we never carry out these veil de- fined rules of learned poultry men. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 April 1910

[a mv-wA #*> r?Jml . v KIDNEYTROUBLE Suffered Ten Yean—Relieved in 'J hret Months Thanks to l'K-ii L'-.\A. EVENTS BOILED DOWN F1ZER, domestic and foreign happen- ings SERVED up in at- tractive style. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY Everything Important That Could Be Confined to a Small Space is Here Found. WASHINGTON NEWS. 0. H. F1ZKR, Mt. KterllnK,Ky.,*ayn: "I hat e suffered with kidney and bladder trouble for (en years past. "I,i t March I commonc-il u^Uir IVriina and rontlnmul for tliroo montlm. I havi no I used It slnco, nor have 1 foil u iialu." It Ik cotton likcwls 10 com luoimur of tho lurt tun hli' there will bo a now Hon bill in CongreBu, known as (he Scott bill, n luK'DtH to tin.1 orlRliml Jun'd by Chairman Scott Committed on AkiIcuI- prohibiting 11 annuel Ions in fu- in commercial markets. proli Ulltil 0 to I •r ill:; e Inn lkm Stops Lameness Much of the chronic laments* in horses is due to ncglect. Sec that your horse is not al. lowed to go lame. Keep Sloan's Liniment on hand a...

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