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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 April 1910

TEXAS FRUIT SAFE COTTON IS DAMAGED IN TYLER AND JACKSONVILLE DISTRICTS TOMATO PLANTS ARE GREATLY DAMAGED. LOUISIANA IS HEAVY LOSER In Many Sections of Texas Cotton In Bottom Land* Will Be Replanted. Dallas, April 26.—According to re- ports received from various fruit grow- ing sections of Texan the fruit crop was not seriously damaged by the cold weather and frost Sunday and Sunday night. Cotton in some sections, espec- ially In the lowlands, was hurt and ti considerable acreage will have to be replanted. In the Tyler and Jackson- ville fruit and truck districts the to- mato palntR were badly nipped by the frost. The damage to this crop Is esti- mated from 25 to 35 per cent. Market gardeners lu Kast Texas re- port Berlous damage to early truck crops from the severe cold and frost, while in Central and North Texas the tender young cotton plants were dam- aged In bottom lands, while the cot- Ion on the uplands escaped Injury. From Childress, In the northwest section, comes the report ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 April 1910

1 I r >. 0IEY5 KIDNEY PILLS for backache, rheumatism, kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary irregularities* Foley's Kidney Pilla purify the blood, restore lost vitality and vigor. Refuse substitute®, I'orSulB JyoL'IXN A COATS. Alto. T *o ■ ' PAINT YOUR MAIL BOXES. It is the desire of' the depart- ment that you earnestly request patrons of rural delivery out of your oflice to paint their boxes 'and the posts to which they are attached a pure white color. This, of course, if pursued, will not only result in benefit to the patron in serving to prootect his box nnd post from damage by the weather, but will give all boxes a uniform color and serve to fix their identity in all parts of fho coin.try as T'nite:! State? mail boxes, and will give them a much neater and sightlicr ap- pearance than they now posess. It is also desired that patrons be induced to imprint their names and box numbers on boxes, black- box letters about two inches high It is also desired that you en- deavor to ind...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 May 1910

Urbc Blto *Mcrald Cnterr# lonuorv>.t, 1901.of Hie Alto. TexaPos lattice gsSeCOMCu^MallflolterArtofConurei* nnrrhS. i«7fi ~rrz VOLUMF. X ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1910. Number %i Every Day Occurrances FIRE AND BURGLARIES—MONEY LOST Your money and valuable papers left around the house are not protected by insurance. Leave your surplus money with us where it is absolutely PROTECTED, jnd bring your papers to us for safekeep- ing—we don't charge you a cent foi it, and we take pla is^ lire in caring for them. Guarant Fund Bank THE ALTO STATE RANK M. C. PARRISH PRKSIDOTN E. McCLURE V.CE PRE9 T. D. MILLER CASH Ifn Senator Bascom Thomas of Sulphor Springs Canadite for Lent. Govhnor, delilerect an address at the Schoo house last Friday night. Theicwas a large attendance the Jenn iug Dram tic co Orcestra was there and rend* rb several nice elections. The Senator's speech was exceptionally good and there is hardly a doubt but things exist in Austin just as he stated. He created great enthu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 May 1910

St \ i . THtALTO HERALD EVENTS BOILED DOWN T. M McCLURE. Pr alto, - \\ ( ' • t; P'Vi'H are tlu It-fi ti- r iii Chi' ago ::!> mapon DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN- INGS SERVED UP IN AT- tractive style. \\ hi F'f, ti ■ L sfH divorce? i.rm) of i grub," NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY Samuel CU famous Am.-t country hou Thursday. af The Bout Telephone C< it gross rec« ter, amount!; ncs of JSC! the largeat State. •uens (Mark Twain) the un humorist, died at hla near Redding, Conn., r h long Illness. western Telegraph and upany of Texas has paid pla tax on the last quar- i; to $14,43G, on a busl- <60. Thla concern paya •o*s receipts tax in the i: . > it!. San litt . . to t • C,i' UK ar. Uig :i Buy and b iardi iked food often drive* ilrmk and wotii'-ti to suicide. ' |j. 11 *111 have to ti«- td ;«ht to • gg uud.-r an lUioaiutlc dating ComelT~witti 1v.~i7V.iIIh Is doing In g'tlng past tile nature fake Everything Important That Could Ba Con'mrd to a Small Space is Here Found. -co ougnt ike us a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 May 1910

oaesaaiattKaBNU *' ■w © Master E MARIE mN'V0R5T PICTURES BY CHAS W. ROS5ER COPYRIGHT. 1905,.EY'J:B. LIPPWCOTT Co SYNOPSIS. TT;i iI Tempoat* world's greatest noet «tui novelist, reftmlng further to i>o lion- J*# <!, Hhuts hltiiHrlf up tn Craven, hl country home. 11 in gloomy meditations are broken by the admission of an Amer- Iran, \Mvy Carew, who has come to Knif- land to got a study of the author, but more especially a synopsis of Ms new uIto of poems. Tempest. angry at being <llHturlx>«i. declares lie will write no more and rudely asks her to go. Repenting of Id* rudeness he apologl7.es and offers to «1ictatn to J,ucy. who sits spellbound as •he writes. Tempest Induces Lucy to re- main and read her manuscript to him. Their Interest in one another grows. Tem- ijest burns the photographs and letters of j,ady Orinond. with whom his name has %>een associated. He takes great pleasure In Lucy's presence, as their work pro- tircssHs. Tempest tells his housekeeper that he I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 May 1910

•.>3 - ."'V ■*) ! ill s: Al/ro IIKKAU> T, M. M'CLURE, Edilor and Prcpr'Mor SUBSCRIPTION RATtS Our War ?' (_'" Six Months . . All sul -ciif>linns an advance No nanit on the lo. until for. annoucnements- . . NNOL'XC 1-'.i:IKNT FKI • .c■ l'or C011 grcss •15,oc' I«'or District (>fiices n>-<- l'or County Officcs ,v(K I'ur Precinct Officcs 2-5° We arc 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: For Congress—Scconi John C. Box Kor Representative George B. Terrell l'or District Clerk * W M Ellis '•'or SherifT Geo. T. Bradford K. C. (Dred) Martin Will Forest Miller Dial /•'or County Judge Frank Gibson l'«t County Attorney John B. Guinn J W French or Cou'ily Clerk E, t). Spinks H U Powell E S Jones ]oe G. Summers For Tax Assessor A R My hand Waiter. K, Sloan A. O. \^T. Frederick F S Sew all! P. B.Musslewhite For Tax Collector J B Singletary For Treasurer Q. C. I,ooney...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 May 1910

. D. BROCK WANTS YOUR TRADE FOR Staple and FandvGroceries Cigars, Tobacco. Fruits, Candies, Etc Short Order House I run a firsf'class Short Order house In connection, and can furnish everything to eat the market affords on short notice and at reasonable rates, Freshs Oysters Kept on Hand All the Time LEWIS—McCLURF. Married, iu Shreveport, La., last Sunday afternoon, Mr, A. J. Lewis and Miss Eunice McClure, Rev. Mr. Carraway of Logan sport, Thus hatli '"two souls will but a single thought, two Highest market price paid for country produce by Sal- mon & Summers. Corn for Sale About 50 bushels eai corn officiating,1 f°rsale at 85 cents per bushel ' at crib. J. G. crosby, Route 1, Alto. "Is it not strange," said a prominent banker from Saint Douistothe Texas Commer- cial Secretaries Association representative here, "t h a t many cotton manufacturers have continuedto remain iu the New England states so hearts that beat as one," taken ! ,lTJ ot Ql'teu Quality and for hom the base of r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 May 1910

r ■ 1 I Ti- •W" }DEN CHANGES. .4 unm.' sudden dmngps i, i lairh ' remarked tin' I,,. llvcroil a portei ni ili' Jniillor'H dour |K>ii°d<"' tlio janitor. who rpirogri'imitiK hand iter Rimr", ' lull 111'')' "1 ', tli' Hiiilticii <-lianK«i< that llUH lliatV unkod the Interested I MK III Hie lllllt'lK't tidily.' > "Ye* W1K IV I tin notliin ti'ii. "I low butrlier In i-xpliunoil the Janitor, when he had himte.n.'d the speed of the 1)and on ilif Kiiiifii' liy dosing the (liiMi|ici tli vry exact Instant in" tenants Ki's rold tlii'V Kits hot " No Use for Back Numbers. Tlio uii lodalc BOt'lcty maiden liming tier palm read And i sit a haiiilHOtnc youth " con tml'd l lif fort line t i llor. who will love you in the same old way Hiit the widely Kill loused her head v Itli Impatience "()li, hother the name old way," she ponied ' I want the new-fashioned wnv Motor-boat trips and aeroplane flights liy (ikkj01 ii;111 and all tlio.' t hints." Of Course, He Ooes. "Mr Hounder. do you nive...

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

i VMMG Cornell President Sees Good in Big Philanthropy Scheme. Believe* Congress Should Grant Re- quest for National Charter— Would Change Only Ono Small Detail. lthnca, N. Y. — In an nddreoR before the Council cotigreHS on Friday night President Jacob Gould Bchurman of Cornell commended the MCheme for the Rockefeller foundation for which coiiRrcBB Iibh been asked for a national charter. President Bchurman devoted his entire speech of several thousand words to this sub- ject and in summing up he said: "1 recognize that section No. 2 of the bill, which defines the object of the Rockefeller foundation, authorizes and ••mpowers that foundation to do any- thing and everything which may pro- mote and advance human civilization, that Is to say, morals and religion, art and science, manners and social Inter- course, and all that concerns the po- litical, economic, and material well being of individuals and communities. This Is a vast field for the exercise of philanthropy. "But Mr. Rockefe...

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

~~ • j| i I 1 '& ' K m I DM PILLS for backache," rheumatism, kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary irregularities Foley's Kidney Pills purify the blood, restore loot vitality and vigor. Relu#c fubstttutea. I'orHiilI JyOL'INN « COATS, Alto. T. «. . ami Redlawn Literary Society, Son^, Miles MeClain, J>cs riie McClain, Jcwi-l Cole ( ). 1\ Rogers. Recitat'on; Rcba Cole. Plays; Odessa Cole IJ i relic Muidock. aim A CANCER REMEDY. Mrs. C. C. Frost of the Mt. community died last Get sheep sorrel, the kind that Monday caving after an illness has the purple top, or bloom; of onlv three (lavs, toxcnie P:u'k >n a bottle and cork tightly, the cause of tht'n.put this. il?to 5orn Lme*1 Zieii poisoning being nn- . "'i doUgll( and bake the bread, her death and ncr remains when well cooked take the sheep buried in the coiuunity ceiii' 8orre| (>ut of the bottle and Song; I.ela and Y io 1 a tc.rv Tuesday. We will have squeeze out the juice into a cup. 1 suitable obituary prepared Set the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 May 1910

vrtffB Che aito merald. ento.rr«* InnuQiv^s, lOMI.al I he Alio. Texoi>oitoffice a.vSeovWlOiKsMollMy IMrArtofCoivjrT.vv Morcti.V 1879 i Volume X ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MAY 13, 1910. Number 23 ■ iii Our Growth May 2, 1909. DEPOSITS $21,439,26, May 2- 19 9—LOANS *$10,924.61. RWELVE MONTHS Good service Courteous treatment Accommodations. RESULT May 5, 10, Dv'posifs $56,687,46 May 5, 10, Loans $41, 519. 65 538 CUSTOMERS THE ALTO STATE BANK M.C. PARRISH PRESIDOTN M. E. McCLURE ViCE PHES T. D. MILLER CASH IE R i k s ^ A NEW STORE IN TOWN | 3 salmon Tsui 2 A L KINDS OF I J Fresh Meats and Sausage at all Times. Staple 5 J And Fancy Groceries-Best Flour in Town. L Country Prod:*c? Uought and Sold, w M. BORN & GO'S. $20.00 Special Suits Pure Indigo Dye Blue Serges (strictly fast color), dark, medium and light gray Cheviot, Cassimere and Worsteds. A most unu- sually attractive assort- ment of the greatest, clothes values yet offered to particular men at $15.00 to $35,00 Phone us wuen your ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 May 1910

'4* , r"'r •jry v. 1 f 1 THE ALTO HERAl-D EVENTS BOILED DOWN T. M. McCLURE, P A!/I TKX. Tline to think about s refrigerator •con. Men will not have to wear chante- cler lintu anyway. I.enpliig from midwinter to midsum- mer In pleanant, but perilous. As revolutions go. they arc still revolutionliiK <1own In Nicaragua. The announcement cornea tlint New port society l« to fly. We knew that! Recoct keepers are lookltiR for an extra spring crop of summer boarders The "third degree" seems to be get- j ting something of a sweating process Itself Try to do a little work The report that the fish are biting Is probably a fail i' alarm. When sailing In such ditty h< lithts I the mercury should continually expect to take n tumble The woman with a chnntecler bat Is far from down to date unless she has the new cocorlco \ ell 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 Tound. Ass...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 May 1910

AK 'ear* t; g Master ass* y-& iy tl't ,9 I MARIE mN'VOKST PICTURES BY CtlAS W.ROSSER COPY-RIGHT. 1S05, I5Y""«J;B.LIPPWC0TT Co room the last words of Lady Ormond came to her ears. She would go In If It were open, lenve the sonnets there on the table, and then slip away. A turn to the window knob and It yield- ed. and Miss Carew opened the door and stepped quickly and silently In. At first she thought she had mis- taken the room among the many win- dows as she looked hurriedly around for the bright, dazzling welcome of yellow color. She seemed to have been transported back to a period which, although far nearer her own time, In reality had an air more an- cient than the court days of Franco. She was standing In the center of an octagon, old, faded room, Its walls hung In shining chintz, Its furniture covered with the same material, the pale color of the background softeu- ing the gay blue of tho flowers and the plumage of the miraculous birds. On a mahogany table was a brass lamp ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 May 1910

TIIK Ar/r<> HERALD i; |; ALLKN. Proprietor. | SUBSCRIPTION RATES One 3®| Six Months 2-s, Ail sub ■ i ipt n-- ' pa> a1>U- 1" | ad\ inci. No iJJiniv will be put | on the boalc- until paid fur. Some of the business men are discussing plans to have the streets sprinkled twice a day this summer—Now that's "railroading" and the proposition is worth the atten- tion of all merchants and busi- ness men. Lets get rid of the dust. annoucnements- announvi mknt I'I'.KS. For Congress Rs-oo For District Offices 10.00 For County Offices 5.00 For Preeinci (Mticcs 2 50 Wo are authorized to an* nounce the lollowing candi- dates for tlie offices under which their names appear, all subject to the result of the Democratic Primary : For Congri - Second Pistri't John C. Box Voi Representative George H. Terrell J-'or District Clerk W M Klii-S '.■'or Sliei ift (ji*o. '1. IJ rath Hi d E. C. (Drcdi Martin Will Forest Miller Dial For Count} Judge Prank Gibson ]'«r County Attorney lohn 1>. Gtinin ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 May 1910

The Herald. ALTO. TEXAS. Personal Happenings. Subscribe for the Herald C. H. Fitts of Rusk spent Monday in town on business. Special attention will be given ta job work aud adver- tising. Will Allen and family of Rusk spent Sunday in the city, guest of George Allen. Subscribe for the Herald. Mrs. Jim Winford of Jack- sonville is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. P. Palmer. George Crouch was up from Lufkin and spent Satur- day night and Sunday. Are you a subscriber to the Herald? if not let us put. your name on the roll Newt Arrant spent a few days with home folks this week. Guinn attended to in Jacksonville last J. B. business Friday. "Dock" Rozell of the Sliilo community, was a caller at theHerald office last Saturday. Subscribe for the Herald Mr. and Mrs. McShau of Henderson are visiting M. C. Watters. Mrs. R. E. Arrant has been quite ill, but we believe is some better now. Mrs Selmau of Linwood is quite ill at the home of her dougbter, Mrs. I^ee Dickey. Mrs. C, P. Sculley visited her ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 May 1910

J JM ■*CF 1 1 NOT HARD BY COMPARISON nc more vou cat QuaKer Scotch Oats the better your health will be. Practical experi- ments with athletes show Quaker Scotch Oats to be the greatest strength maker. Light, Nervous Man Little to Corn- About. Tlx •«i tin* r. i ho i SJ W. L. DOUGLAS 55, $4, $3.50, S3 & $2.50 v,.. SHOES / W. I.. Ilunulas allocs iiru \forn hj nioriMiii'ii < linn any other make, BECAUSE : \\. I.. ItiillgliiN MS.OO mi.I l llil.lii..-.o,|.i it. In t l > U\ III mid u ••hi , iillter liutkfo oo I.I \\ ft.'t.ft'l, $:i.(HI> .'.,i(hliii| H'J.OO ^X, mIkH'n ;ir«* till' I' %««'Mt N* «| • i 11J f > i * t rod, ill f I FiUt Co Tlir u«-*tIII•!. I| W, K Ifc'iiiM** if,,.,. ,1 ,| , r ■ D Ulllli'. I .I. . Si.likl II III 4*1. I.Mil .1. Ul.r r.ir W I. I I f f,. y *rn not f <r -> n \<inr |. i n vtrl. f«• r Mn Or.in I'm i«l •a u'v nt! ''•iM tli . n.ifi* Ihm* in ui<i«'r hf in* , Mm. * or.li rr«l ' f 'i.iin fit -t ■! vlit- ivwl lo liir «c«tii(r .nil 0Ji*ww , i 'I w. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 May 1910

r V \ TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS ThomaH P. Byrnes, formerly Super- intendent of Police of New York, (lied at his home In that city Saturday night. Four hundred and forty-six deeds were filed In the office of the County <'lerk of Tom Green County for record during the months of March and April. A general ruin Is reported along the Wichita Palls und Southern railroad and the Wichita Valley railroad as far west as Spur and Snyder. The conference held In Ft. Worth between coal mine owners of Thurber, Strawn, Lyra und Bridgeport und the representatives of the 2,500 miners who quit work April 1, failed to reach an agreement und the status of the situation Is unchatiged. Sixteen years ago Mrs. Doherty of Blooming Grove was assisting In mak- ing a wedding dress and sat down on a needle. The needle was not ex- tracted and last week it came out at her breast, looking as bright us It was sixteen years ago. Clifton Texas was visited by an un- usual und heavy rainstorm and heavy hnll last week and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 May 1910

PILLS backache, rheumatism, kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary irregularities, ley's Kidney Pillo purify the blood, restore lost vitality and vigor. Refuse substitutes. I Hnir 7> ! >1 IN"* «* COATS, Alto. T *ii Hali School C osing Socicty. I'nclc A Harrison went to You can always get vour pJotine yesterday where he nioney's worth at R. K. Ar- wi 11 be under treatment rant's. ; .cr s Si or m'w 1M Will and Charley Watkins i'liijanied i y Dr. of Douglas, spent WedneS« -Kate MeCiurc, day in Alto. ; 11 1rv our j1''""'. t;'1 At the meeting of the brass "VIU" best, in the city at Giuiin ^, band i Drue Store. room— S Wr YU1C ter. nnt on t o on Wednesday 'light the (following officers were elected: Will Hum.-I 'ii of Lnfkin, Jack Morris, president; Penn MH'i; Wt it; •: >y in our city Britidley, vice president; Jess on bu> l lolcoiiib secretary. -Chester ca's Children Comfort, Service, Satisfaction AI .Serpent s rt Aarran (1, Heres 'i •ington. j—Choir. Last Les.' Candidate cov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 May 1910

e be Hlto IHerald. tjrterr.t lanufliv^s, 1901 ,nt ibo. Alio,TexaPostoflce osSeo*'lCl", flollMollerArtofOontire.v* riorrhs, 11170 Volume X ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1910. Number 24 The Upbuilding of this Bank Is due fo the fact that we have given the people a square deal In every way. The fact that new accounts come to us every week, is proof that our customers are doing something for us, and • that means they are our Friends. You will never regret starting an account with THE ALTO STATE RANK M. C. PARR1SH PRESIDttTN M. E. McCLURE ViCE PRES T. D. MILLER CASHIER J A NEW STORE IN TOWN j' 5 SALMON & SUMMERS. \ 3 ALL KINDS OF \ J Fresh Meats and Sar^e at ali Times. Staple g J And Fancy Grocer;ec-[>est Flour in Town. L ^ Country Produc? Bought and Sold. XV'' ta ov M. BORN & CO'S. Specials uric Pure Indigo Dye Blue Serges (strictly fast color), dark, medium and light gray Cheviot, Cassimere and Worsteds. A most unu- sually attractive assort- ment of the greatest clothes value...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 May 1910

' ' Y&- '• -y . ... -V ■■ v f?"'••:i. ^ .V *f Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters jf Especial Momefit to the Progressive Agriculturist \ Pleasing Sense of Iloallh and Strength Renewed and of Ease a.id Comfort follow- tin' iw of Svrup of Pips nnl Elixir of Senna, ii- it. acts penny on the k !m -.ft,liv«-r and bowels,cleans- ing the svstcm ofTeti unlly, when con- stipated. or bilious, and dispels colds Bil l h idachi's. To jjet its beneficial effects, always buy the c iiuine, niantifiiclured by the California Fig Syrup t >. Sick Horses Kirk tli' <l> turlH r« out and do bunl- m have many symptoms, such as hidebound, loss of appetite, cotiyli, colic, indigestion, etc. black-draught' stock a poultry medicine liberates their livers and drives out the cause of all these troubles. Costs less than one cent a day to keep your horse in prime condition. Ask your dealer. 25c. 50c, and $1. Per Can. PC j A REDUCTION. r&± Tin Critic—Tlmt i icttir< look...

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