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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 July 1910

KM.- "*• r " ■' nn-rrrtftn i "rl"^ . ■ Manly Men. T!ie world today is lookit g for nicn who .".re not for s.ili; men who can tell ilj _• truth and louk the wurld riirht in the eye; men who neither hvag nor run; ui-ii who neither lla- nor flinch; men who can hav< courage Iiout shouting to : men v, "i know their busi/ iiesR and aiiend t i it: mv.i wl o will not i: .'. sliirk nor do !.:■ ; men win are not too lazy to work, nor t > > proud 1i in: p > . ; nun who ;«re willing to < . t what they have earned wear what they have paid for. —The West Times'. Those ?ies of Boyhood. How delicious were Hi • pics of boyhood. No pier, ever taste so good. wliat's changed:1 the pics? No.\ Its >yii. You've lost tin slrong, liealtv stomach, the vigor- ous liver, tli.' active kid'n \ . the regular low-Is of boyhood. Your digestion i.. p or and you Wauie tin food, What' nee led? A c mtplete toning ii[) by hu-tric Hiti -rsof all organs of digestion — Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Dowels— Try...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 July 1910

WRI eSNSttSk;: <:<;«* rs* •- I t I! AI.K) MiiKALI I I. All i V I'n ii ft in A I In hold tli- i How Hi Thru l.<" •kill] I WO tl It may the ruth muu III nil hit; glory- flies taav- >i>u killedy mi i ralf «Ith t o binds came nt*Hr being twins. broinldlc to talk nbout mi how can you help It? EVENTS EUiLFD DOWN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN- INGS SERVE"! UP IN AT. TRACTIVE STYLE. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY Along "I'll other cooling drinks, take thlH bromide: "Ih It hot enough fan yo>r Evfrythlny Important That Could Be Confined to a Smull Space it Here Found. Never mlml, there w rtiougli to givi every to do hIh duty. Ill noon hi- flies in an u chain o What makes tin* kulm i s 00 castles fni expenslvi In that none of thorn is It castle 111 the all' Now that an Ion of electricity has In en found, the mystery of the force It simply increased The fibbing as to age, girls. can go on. lor the census uiuti and his rec- ords have disappeared Jf there Ih one thing upon which thrifty me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 July 1910

4p1 Uc id, ol fcl lei re* ei Mlt> ! rM ,C* IIU:^ Ittry meot la J</LL£D AT KALAVYEWA—• IR E. RAY LANKESTEK, the well-known English naturalist, speaking of elephants In a re- cent article In the London Dally Telegraph, says: In the novel by that clever ut contradictious writer, Sam Butler, entitled "The Way of the Flesh." an «mtable and philosophically minded old gentleman who pervades the story, atates that when one feels worried or ■depressed by the Incidents of one's daily life, great comfort may be de- rived from an hour spent at the zoological gardens In company with the larger mammalia. He ascribes to them a renmrkablo soothing Influence, and 1 nm Inclined to agree with him. 1 am not prepared to decide whether the effect Is due to the example of pa- tience under adversity offered by these animals, or whether It Is perhaps their tranquil Indifference to everything but tood, coupled with their magnificent auceess in attaining to such dignity of alze, which Imposes upon me an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 July 1910

*' *£ Till: A i TO. r. Ht'bol llow Tbnt fclui twi It in: the '! Alont 1 n h. ■ tli tor you Neve riioiil-'l) to 40 t Wild •o e*p a castl On< fur In hold 'i lie A front tiurli Co of t I l.'l llj mini Un Vio I ling tljetl T1 tlon ii « ii.ui fctfO I T pi a Hll' n i> l 1 bs KOI tlo f('< yc trl uti to pr vl K« lu <!' CI tl •y ti ii t 'i B > t •J 1 I I I. « n p ff iu. U y IN. r* * ^xsat vaxxm&a-c.. ixzczzwrxt: ct;wt^ ;?araL. . a v "cSUfi Wholesale and Retaii Wines, Liquors and Cigars. With every Gallon Purchase—Case Goods-Half Pint Gratis. Your patronage solictted. Wi h every Gallon Purchase—barrel Goods', One Pint Gratis. <.< ourtcous treatment to all , . iv'suK' Au-nis SCHL1TZ Keg and Bottled Beer, The Shipping Trade a Specially. All Orders Promptly 1 PRICK L i ST— i )ELI V KK El). Case Goods Per Four < )ttarls| been 1 ( )I< 1 Sal a toga, - i < >o 1* n!tn ( )ld Fore 6 OC) Tin- on, to Minimi's Joel B. 1« razier - • 6 .... 5 oo oo tii'ds 1 Cre nil R ......

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 July 1910

fat. The outside slices of roust meat SUPPLEMENT The Alto Herald SUPPLEMENT Vol.. X ALTO, TEXAS, JULY 21, 1910 No. 33 Greatness The l'o.ul.s in greatness are still open. T c avenues to hitman preferment have never been closed; no obstruction is there today that has not always existed. But not all those who seem to reach the summit may be considered great. A'l great- ness that lacks the elements >1 greatness must Ik? false. file man who rides the ju t rights of others iu order to s'cure his own advancement, is lacking in all that cotisitutcs true greatness. Wisdom, zeal, courage, pet se- verance, knowledge, are some of the traits of character that push one to the front, l'tit ab- ove all things it takes in la ;ry to make ad va ncenient. W'e must begin young. Tiiiic. inus'i not Ik- waited; it i; t"<> precious to those wh > > Npect to succeao. Id;ei" ss must not be tolerated, 1 lie iU"U who reac'i .notoriety are bills' men. There are itUers in school, as a rule they ate ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 July 1910

1)> ttu i!ivrthqtt*ke lu Uie village til J MR. POERCH AND SON AT ITALY i liiuuimii — The Downtrodden Hus! and. "( l'\ hul I w isli tli.it L bzer homeward would com Ironi the *. liih!" murnuin <1 jkioi 1 Kin > Budvviser. • i:i^ away it tin- tub. "A1 ! in> short i ilis ;ii v aching, ah, how m\ \ ( i tt in a li tu ts! 1 .mi i > weary ii| b ikini:, weary t washing old shirt*! Wearv <■' nniii-' berless stitches; v\ irv l herd- ill;' tkills, wea ■ v i'f patch* itiv; up breeches, weary oi wi i nit; old lids! While 1 am i rubbiii;; and >e\ving, work- ing in\ hands to the bone, my wile she is jauntily g"iug ofT t'i some club of her own; then , t.i a bunch of the ladies, she will deliver a pied, treat- ing " ut work in Cadi/, or s 1 u in in • ■ around in Castile. Is it, I ..' k, is it justice, tiiat husband must suffer and groan, ioiug the labors til it bust us, working our h inds to tlie i hk'; Bakiu.; and sevv> iug an 1 washing, wetting mtr whiskers with te rs, wadin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 July 1910

r Aa£4 lie morality. I^ast book Something" £red tliis cry 'Fighting (poung Girls" gjj, lT. vS. Dis- Ms and otli- Hff sensational I'hite Slave l&Jishcl. It tells •.young girls jtheir homes !}d into a life a Cincinnati ."Of all the |r the War Rve Trade is it should he Jinan, woman ^nts are mak- \l~ a day sell- Over 500 j pictures. Price ps to agents, id 15 cents for larges. Rook kss post paid i nice. Address •y, Sec v,! Hirt, Chicago.; T C. \ First-class Boot and Shoemaker Repairing a Specially All Work Promptly Executed ami Satis- faction Guaranteed. Patronage Solicited. % J. II, HAUFIEL1), Two Doors North of John Noblitt's Hut of fancy j [a tea lit ure in Hlway (,:irs for Ire huilt ior! Ihey have a ■front of the End p (i d e d la sound liver, Kion, s t r o 11 ^ |s, regularity in Take PklCKI.V L It has the |ttSes tint will Ksiilt. A. C. ig Co., Special Foley's Kidney Pills Have Cured Me. The above is a quotation from a letter written by 11. M, Winkler, Kvftusville; iud. "I contra...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 July 1910

«• 11J< t hi> >:«*«• n plc-i i> uf land, o«imI him n certain number of, t* "|""' • — VI VUUOIIUUUUU lured Irom kidney, _ _ M t r UN W \KW> %u n rv ." a. Ci -rU - Murp5 * k i** ? .**"!. U <ia U" 1.,. : r • l* 'J \ > a „ - ? ■•..id.i', evening. Mr. ; \!- . > C lOlb «*f* got$l$ >l Wecbes, Saturday. N: !c>- H A \ a'l 'A eaier \ s frie: > M: H F. Pals:: jnest "l ^ rre-t ir: > it - !1 H y Fever and Asthma Brnij; : <na:< it riu. niistrr- '• t tu* ■ :-K- F /.e> H juts T -;u- v tse iu : c 'iu! t the sufTei :tii{ one>. 1 • ■ v . *>t'O'. ":: the < i ' ' . - I i- 11 P • • BFy STA ' S **• Uu: 1; .c N c ■ i ,i I 1 H t ■. t* \ 0 .' • : ;V ♦ C H A F L 11S US j k )nv!ic B GU!\ l >! t fill f 1) Uf.' -I'l S i.u fr ::i a V ' 1 '* h \ IC . ' X" !H - ; ■* t: Vt*>. I>r. Ramsey, trom \\:ni- . .,ni>' w;i? ■ it i>u ■ V; -•Si" f . 5 . cvthing chialrer. JUi>;e > •r 'e* *. arrhoe-i, > j can { •-it-" : y giv.-u Cham '.icnaui ? C<>...

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

0\M ' \ r • if"'' \ /ft?* 1^.1*531 rl. VOLUME X rtaU'rrC Innuflrvi-S, lOOl.oflhc Alio, Te.\ni'o<fof fice nsScoowJO 'is* ^Jfli'MoMcr ViOfOiiujrr.vv- *l.irrin, is/« ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JULY 28, 1910 NUMHER MW'Zto/A ELECTION RETURNS A LARGE NUMBER OF PEOPLE carry a blue check book in their pocket, and when you see one of these blue books, you will know that man is doing his banking business with us, where he gets the best service and ac commodations. THE ALTO STATE BANK 'The farmers bank" M. I Following is th( totals ot the vote cast in primaries last I! Saturday at all boxes with the 'exception of three, tli QS ITi: FLATTER HI > M. C. Parrisli, l'rcs. T. D. Miller, Cashier- !•. McClure, \ ice Pres. from which had not ceived at the time of going press: governor J hnson Colquitt [ones . . . to Poindexter Davidson «... S.10 1,032 49 ueutant-ct i\ i .knc r Thomas Davidson Hawkins We felt quite flattered the other day when one of oar > lie returns! 5 farmer in\iuls living north...

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

Till Thi fctul I It the w AU take k>r > Ne eriou to dt W BO e k cn N< boor, U 8) T) on. olds If tbrl fer T thti tun 0 fur «eli II hoi 'J In / tro bin t of Kin lue 1 he lln tbi tlo li to ►«' tto ad P in N i s< U fi y t # t' p V g 1 II \l I t COLQUITT IS NEW GOVERNOR ™s MM WN LEADS TICKET 50,000 VOTES DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN- INGS SERVED UP IN AT- TRACTIVE STYLE. i shade but not shady. bur Coinplctc Returns May Reach (>0,000— NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY It will !• difficult to mako k fool proof automobila. The man birds an beating tbe other birds In their own specialty Hullc > «-lt ar light ii Tbeodc •d from Itno*e S *pOt- Roimlexter Still Has Slight Lead Over (one Johnson. SUBMISSION CARRIES BY GOOD MAJORITY Everything Important That Could 6* Confined to a Small Spacc i« Here Found. In th< modi *: ful rn clviliza Swat blm. i r tii' nd th<: I then 1 u da) w a K • his ■ big feur- Davidson Wins Over Thomas- Mayfield Railroad Commissioner. Lane and Are Probable Winn...

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

PSMDm* Vfll •<© Bf ■ '■$! • ■ 1 4 aft- 1 B!G PACKERS WIN COHEN OIL LOSES ALDRICH'S CONCESSION MADE TO SOUTH IS WHOLLY NUL- LIFIED. JUDGE FOWLER'S OPINION Department of Agriculture Will Con- tinue to Inspect Lard Substitute at Heretofore Done. Washington, July 20: The Depart- ment of Agriculture Issued a state- ment to the effect that the cotton seed oil men have lost and the pack- ers have won, in the matter of whether the manufacturers of cotton seed oil lard may use duty free oleo sterln In the manufacture of their product for American consumption. Although former Attorney General Moody, now on the Supreme bench, had ruled that the lard substitute did not come under the meat Inspection law, Assistant Attorney General Fow- ler of the present Administration rules that it does, and therefore the makers can not Import oleo stearin, which the Aldrlch tariff made duty free, because the manufacture of for- eign oleo stearin Is not under inspec- tion by the Department of Agricul- ture....

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

I Tl A I I 1 n bin 1 th. In! toi Hi to •o k , be- lt on t)i th U th iu fo f 'J tl t l> II t ) III i: u/m II KHALI) 1 11 !" k Uu \c i ci.'ipts 11 ill ihe latter staples I K. .M.I.I.V Proprietor. LAUGHTER TOWN. .ill he lull" elloti. ; 1 to colli- An editor and 3i:s wife dis- agrees with each other in iter CONSTIPATION, 'JBSCRIPTION RATTS ■ w■ <1111• i i. mi ti.« to iaily. She sets tiling-. <> Its Cause and How to Cure It. Laughter town i • . , , -. i inaii l attention md cause th.- oh, v. who have let .lie way? rights, and he writes tilings , j;#Uoowuch ,t : keptical to -it up and! Would yr have a vj ^n,; heart, to set. She rcUswhat ot tiers | StoBUth feel,'bloated, I ) c Yt sb M I KC : the tlu>tn:h your liaii b<- giay? • !:< : a Intl. child cai.lt i if til. ilny, j , r ( o m.1 ve his want , and piay hi.s play. :( At-.l Ii the lilt Oi h laughter : j; >aq to \ till Y bill the many :e to offer, peacefully 'li s, ('!;i1 r ' i ■ '.v his dr. ■;'ws the i , ho have rj...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 July 1910

ate y. '5"p .'f.lttr Li J Producers It would seem to us that! hog raising would be a money I, To promote the prosperity of a com- j maki if project. A 250 pound' tnunity we tin: t increase our wealth. To hoi* would tl>rilllT $2 v Ten Increase wealth, wc must create property, f , . increase the value of property, and move tllCIll WOUld bring S250, | [ii'-perty into the community. 1 he farm, .1 .• f,., 1>ntir1i nfll s"cceed when everything rise frills, il'.e nitiie and the li'liencs arc the natural I 1 jyj In nervous prostration and femnle Wi.ilth creating lines of in lustrv. I'hey inoilCV. Voil C'Hlld 1','lisC CV- □ weaknesses they urc the snpreme crciile property, ("he building of fac- I . l.jrii s, railroad';, opening mints and j erything oil the farm to feed 1.1 ...... 1.1. < . .. >: - 1 F.53S8SE j z 'i ■?> vfryjKG sC'2?sasi«ii;!K ftnJTVT.; IN TOWN . -rzxxMimwr; remedy, ns thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AWD 111cin and tiiej' don't need to j . STOMACH TR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 July 1910

mr mkr* • * I T^SROFiTABLE DAIRYING By* HUGH G. Dairy Kxpcrt Iuwa St. van felt : I).i:rv Association I Experience Is Invaluable h- UnlofiH tin *niblo end caring ' visabic lur with t \| u tin liv rxct'lli li IIm tia vc •- J m fhfin, nnly ! I ho fnrt flint tbu proper iujImiuIh of * inund on 11 iivt ii iiki.m v* nml! nurnlif wtm hav in* fiJtvi In tiiiiMi vim is pi rli;ii far lircciJrrH i nit id Station that ti«* in \i«r wjih u f.ri at has hful on til ii. k. It I* I rt In i\ < P1 I.ml ai •< that ; i. Iroua af pun* I fort uiH' . (11HII pp > have n % and i in i *1 (i i ffr of bi red i in jIIIU1 i t r.l it llriK ad vlly i:\ any ildtnK "P lairy cat Bcrurlng 1. duo to , i n them at f * ved th< I" rrt hand started ire bred f hijere at this time oik >y one of Hie in of dairy cat Mi who boiintH of bought hut one < nt inn fiat ii there that e de have In with a anlmalH is, and I ■ brooder )Ht pnpu 1 In the the fart ow Thin many yearn ape H< , in ii;iIly not ; tying for the fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 July 1910

— r*— FAMOUS BLACKBERRY JAM SKIN TROUBLES . First Published by Widow of ffenator John J. Ingalls—Is Best, of All. Jam is a staple served on the tables of 90 per cunt, of the peo- Kimas. Just now the Kansas blackberry Hea.smi i-. mi ami wuli li eomes the annual demand from house- wlvoa tor the famous recipe for making klMklwrrr jam first published by Mrs. S^JWttU J. Ingalls, widow of tho senator, y MOT* than 20 years ago. "Take two gallons of blackberries, ' pick them over and thorough- In cold water," are the dlrec- l?en by Mrs. Ingalls. "Place Brvlng kettle and pour over irt of water and cook until soft, tful that they do not burn. Btervals with a wooden spoon up the fruit. re from the lire and press all bi a wire sieve Into a large stone ienware jar, avoiding tin. Stir thoroughly. Take one quart Into the kettle and when it id one quart of granulated sugar louBly heated In the oven. Bring l'tba boll and let it cook rapidly for 10 mlnuteh, shaknu ih. K.*« i I.- Horn thii to time, «o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 July 1910

t ■ •- I'HFV^VflMKWW' N I i e " •' >'3- K 1% k !<' fy $ § % 4 I w B M Q W lii i LUFKIN. TEXA 0* **:.s nam*vKsasrmsrszzrz.sa^gEigiaaar.:-23, .• Wholesale anrl Retail Wines, Liquors and Cigars. With every Gallon Purchase—Case Goods-Half Pint Gratis. <.* Your patronage solicited. Wi ill every Gallon Purchase-barrel Goods, One Pint Gratis. «.< ourteous treatment to all Wholesale Agents SCi i: 1 liiid Bottled Beer. "] lie Shipping Trade a Specialty. Al! Orders Promptly F led PUU 'E SJ ST— i) K LIV EI! EI). Case Goods ( )](] Sai .1; old Fori • : M iitiim' Joel B. Fr. Cuam R\ Parker a• XXX P. ■ K Monti col ' ...t Bonnie K\ Peach Brant'. v An !v tppic luamty () lice 11 Bee ' ) OO h ()(> () Or.) 5 ( } OO 5 ' N ' wJ « M ) OO < ;o U! r V m .;r- sr *'-r y ■ •' r U,\r >. ;r- v V. •) U1.*' V. ^ ;r- *?.?* - V - ^ T rf? • V- J -.rr y. > •r & T r- >' A y ^ •r 1 V J •;r- a?.." '■*" <* i1 V- . *5r* a; Barrel Goods 1 Per Gallon) < )!d Saratoga Pa 1her R\c Joel B. 1*...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 July 1910

m*« nrpaiiv**nu lila lu:' t 111: a i ;r< > 11 k h a li > proposed am TION Al'TH(j K. K. AI.LKN. Proprietor. ho.mi: fqr' ate v oldie SUBSCRIPTION RATES On. Year , 50 Six Months 25 All s\ihscrijitioi^ art- payable in advance No name will In.- put mi the Hooks until paid for. Joint k Constitu: as lu an:' inuinten and wii! women - tion. He it k1 St ct ion 'lli I The Local Paper. Two fanners were not long since discussing tlu-ir local paper. ()ne thought it had Qf t])c v: ltl too many advertisements in it. to he-real! e Tiie other replied: "In my Ar'cle opinion the advertisements arc P"WC! : virant ot pr '7 :. the 'UCW Kll t ; c 1 lulcifl to 1 unuarB lOSl' Sabil . c A ' AY* 11 11 rifi! ;nl n Te\ ;.i- "ina : <;iil| tar from being the least vain. dj;,i<inajS| ,m, able part of ii. I lfH>k them . vj(]et]t over carefully and save at and disablt least five times the cost of the Texas pri<■: paper each week through the of age or v.: business advantages I oet vcMUt c , . mon...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 July 1910

rin in the manufacture of their I "■ "c" duct for American consumption. 0,1 tl,e tract owned by the hough former Attornov ' e Company. a depth of 1 one of the sti t brought *1.0 is this week, e paid this ye :e i e of I tifeu iu ucui, a iiuunauua ui dwellers, unnble to stand during the night, fled to the of Tr • for ohm i no «ora hub Deen spre farmers of the county am terest U being manifested

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 July 1910

tE.* to the bot- tk «f t diafniMi Oil nis uiM * , .. wore tUo despised article. • .1/1 t V n II1H o 1 V l ow.. —liver dead and <_ ..wvi with noison. Not STATE CONSTITU" MLISHMENT OF .A 7S OF CONFEDER- ion No. 7. 51 of Article 3 of fended in 1903 JPjp^yest ablislui.cn 1 iblcd and dependent wives -atld sailors and such /and ,making an appropria- te so and i ok Texas; ' Article 3 of the C"ii -1 it 11!: :• | in 1903, be so amended - felatuic shall have 110 i making of anv Ipciations of m- jrwhatsoeven pro- "m'd to indigent 6rs who came to over sixty years [result of actual B of at least three lances who have [fide residents of , who were 111 ir- March 1, i8<So, Bin s per 'mouth, ►lis shall ever be in excess of five And also grant a home for sai 1 and women who latious and limita- thc grant to aid d fifty thousand 1'said homes shall e; the Legislature tin together in the (sioiis rf this sce- Erant of aid in case Is hereby directed [he submission of the State of Texas Jovcinbr, 1910...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 July 1910

It,..,-.- Imve Kf •••!• ' "f I'1'""1' *•> w,,,"h nn(1 ,"m In with the milk produced by «wh <>' *>' r,,w"- il animal*. mi.I HUM iii.ima 11« which nro Hold ........ find I surplus "f it • herd will be tho In- brooder (i-rlor allium)-. rather limn the good m, ' pnpu- uni'H le III t* ' ' if Ik properly constructed thin In difficult mutter. The Intel diilry barn should bo possible nnd one of the vldlng tho prope • or Ba nno lc., wl rind xl bond 0 nnlin jur of ow up loven In rendu II tnd rain t nnd t Dldon H) 1 alio w n his fat aughter : 1h noar roduood t> uso bin o would I ur elghtoc 1 the F rn OI11S of til •op Ills Bill) In tho husl ly more ad n woll-brec illow hint ti nli- o|T: prlllg, ' miIo of tho • calves It nolo that If pnld to the used, In the time, allow- loss In both that Hii ro Is k man's own i numbers to i building up 10 dairyman and becomes liods ot caring tho records, sos, and 1 do he host herds world today this manner chasing of 0 begin with. IK tho herd It o...

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