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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 January 1908

Wm 0 q - (0 he EUto > <4:11 Cnlcrrd January^f, inoi, at llw Aim. Tcw i>o«ti>fnoe atSecoMO^.v. ,1 ,u mul^r a< i of Gnurc<s- 'Innli s. is/n li.umk VIII JALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 190', Number 4 ; V.'!? i m To the tax Payers of Cherokee County r *-■' 11 "• In order ♦ hit your assessor and your commissioners court may have your fullest co-oper- ition iu assessing and equal- ig the taxable values of the tor the year 1908, we )ur attention to the vision of the tax the last legis- BefomH^ttug their dtv he atslHyaud his depu- uiusi .take the following [ do solemnly swear that I will personally view and in- spect all real estate and im- provements thereou subject to taxation ljiug in said county that may be rendered to me ^xation by any corpora- individual, or by their >r representotive, as ful- practicable, and that I fully as practicable, view and inspect all other tax- able property rendered to me as aforesaid; that I will, to the best of my ability, make a true...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 January 1908

-JU;: f THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, - TUX AS lib DEPbSIT INSURANCE NATIONAL BANKS BEGINNiNG TO TAKE NOTICE. Three. skaters were drowned near > ._ ... Rutland, Vt., by the breaking of tlun| KANSAS AND TEWIS ARE NEXT icc i riday. ; v Thou^indB of at, GENIRAL PRjfcpERITY COMPELS Ex-Governor Lanliam is quite ill,] having had a nervous collapse, as a result of the grip, contracted last spring. Representative Hardy has intro- duced a bill in Congress seeking to prohibit railways the right to inaKe special rates in order to meet water competition. Throe persons were killed and ore than a dozen injured in a rear 4"eoUi^ion mi tin- ;)•''! track- the Pennsylvania Railroad a short stance from the station at Cam- ...i, N. J. Tlie London Times, in an editor- ial, rejoices at the improved pros- pects of peace in Central America, resulting from the recent congress hel<jl at Washington, which it regards as .a great triumph for President Kopo\tf It's ' diplomacy. w m t Mr....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 January 1908

1 ir I I* #►. * vV.... Mmprr ■*• -.-v.,. WEEK'S RESUME AN EPITOME OF THE MOST IM PORTANT EVENT8 AT HOME AND ABROAD. THE NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE A Carefully Digested and- Con- denied Compilation of Cur- rent Newt, Domeotlo and Foreign. Judge Wood denied the motion filed by the defence in the IVttilione trial that a verdict of acquittal be advised by the court. In a toast to Admiral Dewey on the occasion of his «Oth birthday an- niversary, President Roscvelt says that of all living Americana, he has brought greater glory to the nation. " \ Five persons were humed to death in a lire which destroyed the house of John Clark at Watertown, a sub- urb of Boston. Every member of the Clark family met death ill the dame*. A warrant was sworn out Thura- dav night for the arrest of Fred 0. Bonfils, one of the proprietors of the Denver Post. The warant was sworn to by ex-United States Senator Thomas M. I'aterson as the result of an encounter between the two men at an early hour Thursday morning, dur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 January 1908

t'Cy&Sk?- ';'. liitsti! ll yrj '1 itw rttM ■• • - 2 1 maonww^ri H^V^ME* mm «>m > imm a'« .vimllmr il iinf>" * JBBMCIM : ilK Al/ro IIICIlALi) M T- C L U R K & M 9 C L U R E EUlTOHfl AND PUfcLlSMtaS SUCSCRIP7I0N RATES Ono Year J' oo Six Months 5° Three Months 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put on the books until paid for. ADVERTISING RATES. Local R«adkrs— Five cents per line each insertion. Notices of en- tertainments for charitable pur- poses, where an admission fee is charged, half price. Resolutions ot respect, cards of thanks, etc., half price. Obituaries over 100 words in length, half a cent a word for the excess; poetry 5c a line. Rates for display advertising given on application. 10 wall so large a sum in a riiu.le lump, but ciTitin- stances compel me to do it. I am, as you may observe, in ill health, and aui traveling on the advice of my family physician who has warned me against doing anything j'reci- pitate. I ^fear the result ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 January 1908

rnrnmmx. ;J:'P Ik .lit. 4 \( 4 Local Happenings The grand jury reconvened '{Monday. I | '* B. Paine was over from .Douglass Tuesday. Pea greeu alfalfa hay at lurphy & Cole's. Judge L. D. Guinn of Rusk spent Tuesday in Alto. "Mike" Murphy spent a few dajs in Dallas this week. Mrs. T. D. Miller and chil- dren are visiting relatives in Kaufman. Miss Ima Avery is spend- ing the week with friends in Jacksonville. R. E. Arrant has purchased Paddy Cash in lots on lity Hill. V. and Mrs. L. W. Tittle usk, speut a few hours in o last Saturday. iiss Edna Huston of Rusk, s the guest of Misses Mat 'd Lula Allen this week. Miss Mattie May Spain re- « turned to her home in Tyler Friday, after a week's visit to friends here. Theodore Summers, who is I attending a commercial school at Tyler, spent the Christmas holidays at home. Dr. W. H. Lewis and wife, of /ort Worth, spent the hol- idays with W. G. Harry and family aud other relatives. James Jones and wife, of Dallas, spent the Christmas holid...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 January 1908

,'oc«.„•:/ limwH ■ nap*'* | & I SB? A' <Vf- w PAULINE'S TEST By STEPHEN M. YOUNG, Jr. (Copyright, by Dally Story Pub. Co.) Wesley McMiiekin, 1st Lieutenant. 'Co. B of Uie 13th regiment regular infantry, But in the stuffy native hut which Captain McLean had seized for the headquarters. Night had at last fallen and with it came a slight breeze which served to make the hu- mid Philppinc atmosphere more en- durable. •Since early morning a small de- tail from Company B under his command had been pressing forward through the thick jungle along with the Scouts under Captain McLean. When darkness had made further advance impossible they dccidod to <ump for the night on the outskirts of the jungle nearby the small town •of Santa Barbara. Miles to the rear the camp fires of the main army under Lawton could be seen twinkling from tho hilltops. While somewhere in the darkness ahead lay Pino (Juerra and his much feared insurgent band. As he sat in the hut Lieutenant McMakin thought but...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 January 1908

wgggm 1*a la TEXAS NEWS ITEMS. FIVE M0NTH8 IN HOSPITAL. Building permits in Dallas last [car amounted to $2,843,228. (JoSm 0. Harrison, a widely [town bunker of Fort Worth, died his home Sunday. nTexai general passenger agents Vitest against the proposed 2 1-2 jit railway fure, claiming that the to is a money-losing proposition. If. B. Turner, living six miles S'theast of Paris, was accidentally liot by his eight-year-old grandson hi 1c out hunting in the woods Sat- rday. Y. Streetman of TJoanoke was run !kver and had both legs crushed Fri- day morning. They were amputated «>v physicians, and Streetman died llwenty minutes later. The Hopkins County fruit grow- farmers will plant 2000 acrcf ™ . Mrees .this winter, mostly large percentage of lii- •I &>ing set-out. "IM lvlny Ferguson, while clean- 9>.' "in Jgarim'nts with gasoline in Hi. n? flat Saturday evening, was burned by an explosion of >1, dying during the night. Discharged Because Doctors Could Not Cure. I^ovl P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 January 1908

A %* % 1 i' m 1 rft/ I i •V W«"t* 'I« *■ Coniiiicroial Of.pi. ui tier Abr-.cd. More hugxhstiopp to American man- ufiu-iu lit. ind J^uluiH that tf they ■v. ill gc iiusy thc:i is a chance to ex- tend t!. ir trade uin'oatl. They are to be found, where many similar hints have been given, In tiie consular re- ports. A sample is the statement by Oontiul Dnrilap of Cologne, Germany, who lias b'.'cn to the farmers' fair at Duasoldo'.f and evidently kept his eyes open while there. Consul Dlinlap took particular note of the agricultural ma- chinery on exhibition and which wae put to test at the fair. He noted that the only American machiues on exhibi- tion wer i of minor Importance, and adds: "An American-made harvester with self-binding attachment sells hero for about $200. There was an ettdlesa variety of plows, but no American-made ones we;" noticed. The plows look heavy, awkward and poorly made. If American manufac- turers want German trade, they will have to make plows to conform to Oerm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 January 1908

in*-** K ;■ r"'X y J - 4 HIMMIKS3IV <Jf' ISd iii '■3 K >*1 ^!>kV; f j .1 N A?i Ca f 'A v-i ,"v ,v :v v/' v v v tnlcir/l Jorvi.irvNtS, iwi.m ;.•.• w;i:.\ I «-\,i i> • nfcffl e «** s- "x- IC-' Sff'• l-Jff. VOU;MI-: \ III ALTO, 'il.XA.S IRIDAY, JAN •V is IO. t() mm: i-,k rwWBKTHKr r <C>tea ilAtvurw ' r w:(..'M udjc lEimratimt of Hmj3 ny A. H. Gli.KES, Kcadmuter Dulwlch College. Enfltnd. ( A nmin pome with n - ganl to doing anything intelligently ia Jt.;t tiio doer tfhouUI liiivu n aim. In warfare II; > aim is n->t to have swart uni- forms or wdII-fo<l .v>l- dicrs, but to bent the cn- cmr; ami in bi; -■ .•>■■-• ■ not to have smart count- Thc Passing of Cotton. II. vv the Texas farmer can lickl his cotton, despite all financial panics—as he is do- ing to the tnne of nearly fitly per cent of this year's crop—is a mystery explained Ly the hog. Ia the last few' , i, -j*, „ , . r . inar houses, but a useful trade. And just as in warfare or in busin-. , unv- n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 January 1908

!W THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. I 1 .fi AT/PO, TEXAS PETTIBONE A FREE THE GREAT CONSPIRACY PE MAINS UNPROVEN. Three thousand glass bottle blow- ers him returned to work in tlio largo glass plants at Millville, Mass., after a shut-down of fen days. W. E. Powell, a young farmer of the Big Pasture, near Randlett, Ok., Tuesday night accidentally shot himself through the head and died Wednesday. The.total postal receipts for the year at Fort Worth amount to $227,- 7 89.71, showing an increase over the year 190G of $37,<17'1.81, the previous year's receipts being $190,315.90. .George Carney, a Santa Fo Rail- way brakeman, was killed Thursday morning at Cameron by fulling un- der a moving train. lie had rela- tives at Temple and Eddy, VERDICT CAUSED NO SURPRISE Aaron Kelley, charged with brib- ery, broke jail at Brady and escaped Thursday night. He cut a bar from cne of the windows, through which he was able to make his exit. Counterfeit silver dollars, dated 189(i, and wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 January 1908

f 1 y (I v I FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO-OPERATIVE UNION ^== (IF AMERICA ===== Make ft a rule to shoot tho man Wi o shoots your birds. FARMERS' COMMON SENSE. Bo sure that you are not a producer of an excessive crop; beware of too much cotton. Tills Is the primal season for the epllt log drag. Have you rxK yours In working condition? As a Union man let your light ho tohlne that you may bo a living exam- ple of the benefits of the Union. It Is a mighty poor Union man who ■hau not found out that lime Is a good thing to ke«p on hand at all times. Don't spend your life laying up things for a rainy day; lay up such things as you can use on any old day. It Is a mighty i>oor Union man who has not been able to do something this month to lighten the labor of his better half. \V<v farmers need more corporation not fower. We need well managed «f>- operatlvo companies through which j we can buy together and sell together, j Wo know that we have got to work I out our own salvation along ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 January 1908

I 1 .* I I J2 i i & <s% # , ■ftx itt^nnn rv, f rw sjuBvwm • ■ ,t* .• • vtv- was*.^7muumkAr*a«su.rimcami *e * < • #*-' jwcra ."*# s:\r." .*i>«niurjcr ra.'kCVOMlNi SERVICE 13 THF. KEYNOTE OF A BANK'S I." EfUl "LSS The Continental Bank and Trust Company Believes it offers you Superior Service i Because il offers depositors absolute safety, burglar proof safe | 1 with lime lock, fire j>ro..f vault, burglar iusn:an «• at.d bonded U officers surround depo-ils ••villi every possible -.fty.uanl, \ Because it has abundant capital, efficient officers, and wants your § business. e Because we are interested in on.- cuslonv-Ts, and always glad to advise with them on matters pertaining to their Iju ine.-s welfare, and liKCAifSU all Uieir dealings with the CmUnental ai\ confidential | Because It costs you nothing to carry an 'account in this Hank, and whether large or small, your iL-coaut will '•. appreciated LVcv.use we offer you Free of Ch-r;r a Uuv^lar and hire Proof Depos- itor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 January 1908

I y i . + v .0 1- >f 1 to*-- ** 4 * - d*Jk.JL Local Happenings ./ '• Aljalfa hay at Agnew's. Tom Alexander spent the week in Dallas 011 business. Judge R. McCIure trans- acted business in Palestine Monday. A fine year old Jersey male J calf fur sale cheap. Apply to \\\ R. McCuistion. Miss P^>e Latham, of for- est, was the guest of Miss Mamie Latham last Sunday Cotton seed meal at N. H. Agnew's. r* fi.ss Bern ice Avery went up to Jacksonville Tuesday, where she has accepted a po- sition. Misses Mary Bell Ilarri- so.i aud Annie Smith returned Monday from a visit to friends at Augusta. Misses Viola and Valerie Holmes left Monday for Dal- las, where the latter will en- ter school. Mrs\ S. C. Terrell has moved to her Lin wood farm. Mr \Y. J. Pattern now occupies her residence in town. Mr. Reed, of near Overton, has purchased the Alex Allen farm at Cold Spring:!, aud moved 011 to it with his fam- ily. The firm of A'den & Wil- limns lias dissolved, Jehu Al- len purchasing Mr. W. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 January 1908

tmm? * ) :C m m {8 ■ H i S- I iK ffi One <?/ Emeritici Ij of tho happy homes of to-day is a vast fund of information aa to the l>est methods of promoting health and happiness and right living and knowledge of the world's best product#. Product! of actual excellence and reasonable claims truthfully presented and which havo attained to world-wide acceptance through the approval of the Well-Informed of the World; not of indi- viduals oniv, but of the many who have the happy faculty of selecting and obtain- ing the best the world affords. One of the pruducta of that class, of known component parts, an Ethical remedy, approved by physicians and com- mended by the Well-informed of the World as a valuable and wholesome family laxative is the well-known Syrup of Figs \ and Elixir of Senna. To get its beneficial \e(Tcets always buy the genuine, manu- factured by the California lug Syrup Co., 6nly, and for sale by all leading druggists. At Least Not Profane. A decided brunette, by name ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 January 1908

.swttieiWMiwi j -™ . , f - w . Jl %k $ .$•*- 4 ,1 ■ >■' ti ££ ' ■• .• \k *« NEWS IN NUTSHELLS VIRGINIA MERCHANT RID OP VERY BIG GRAVEL STONE. Postal receipt* for (he Dalian post- ofllco /or the calendar year 11)07 wore $r.lG,000. Tom Holton, living nix milca jiorth of Morkcl, killed himwlf one morning lost week by shooting. The Frisco railroad will close its large crcoaoting plant at lingo. Ok., noon. This will put otil of employ- ment about one hundred and fifty men. Two negroes were legally hanged at Tunica, Mi**.. Friday. They were Will Washington and Faint Hop- kins-, both of whom had killed other negroes. Dr. J. 11. Oambrell, for three years a resident of Dallas, has moved to Marlin, where he will assume the pastorate of the First Baptist Church of that place. Information is given out that the major portion of the traveling men who were laid off during the recent financial flurry will be put back to work during the next few days. The statement of the State Treas- urer of Okl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 January 1908

m r r I k i I ¥ I 1 .1 & 1 I i i >Vv 1 K > I f ' > JV Wl ■ -wMm I W MAN OF FCIENCE RIGHT Professor Simon's Advocacy of the Use of the Left Hand l Indorsed. "When Trofc ur Walter S:'non of Konigsberg took up the cause of the left iihiki," nays i>r. Fri. Mimder ■ in a Berlin paper. "we laughed at 1 him. i 1, called it the 'uticf hand' | *trr-. .■ . *Y .It?**- M; 4 *vOMKfa*«t:«r.ix vjeee<snw/iarryT wz •u' * m j i ' ( \ i ('step hand') br cause it wen eon- «i<lered of less consequence than its right brother. 'There may lie step- children,' he snid, 'but no step hand. ^Nature intended the members to Flmre alike in work.' This was the motive which moved him to starr the classes for the cultivation of j it; f t hand work, and we who laughed at him now congratulate him and have become converts to bis views, it is only a short lime since one of the men who. ridiculed Dr. Za- imenhof and bin 'Kspcranlo craze' said in this paper: 'I in;k the doe* ; tor's pardon.', The peo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 January 1908

iwHfc MRMMMlptw*« mJkJL- * J,. i i a f- \ M >.r ' . r,V •/ i V VcV'1# \..''j| r J 9T Gbe Blto IHerald. EiMr-rral Jwworv.jl. tMi.atlhe Alto. Teas PosWflae as SeocndOuw r #ii Plotter Act of Gmor** - n#rth3.l 7 Volume YIII ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1908. Numhf.R 6 SERVICE IS THE KEYNOTE OF A BANK'S USEFULNESS The Continental Bank and Trust Company Believes it offers you Superior Scrvicc Because it offers depositors absolute safety, burglar proof safe with time lock, fire proof vault, burglar insurance at.il bonded officers surround deposits with every possible safeguard, Because it. has abundant capital, efficient officers, and wants your business. Because we are interested in our customers, and always glad to advise with tlieiu on matters pertaining to their business welfare, and Bkcai'sk all their dealings with the Continental are confidential Because It costs you nothing to carry an "account in this Hank, and whether large or small, your Account will be appreciated Because...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 January 1908

nwl^y mm r- !• 8 n 05 THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. MJT01SI MEETS DEATH ALTO, TEXAS The Texas Kaolin Company ot Maine, with $350,000 capital stock, has been given a permit to do bus- iness in the State. Governor Horace Boise of Iowa is Buffering from pneumonia in El Paso, and, while a very sick man, the doctors say his condition is sat- isfactory. It is estimated (lint 100,000 men are out of employment in New York City, but thi! number is but little larger than usual at this season o£ the year. Tom Towetli, a barber of Wetum- ka, Ok., was fatally hurt by being struck with a poker. His skull was fractured with tbe blunt end of tbo instrument. The conference of Seventh Day Adventists covering seventeen States met at Nashville, Tenn., last Thurs- day. Nashville is the Southern head- quarters for this sect. TJwo hundred bales of cotton burned on the Trinity Compress platform at Athens last Thursday. The compress was saved only by the most strenuous efforts. It is reported t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 January 1908

1 u * * itkfk i^T J THE WEEK'S EPITOME A RKSIIMK OF THH MOST IMPOR. TANT NKWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE ACarcfully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic nad Foreign. Ports of Oklahoma had a blinding snow Saturday. Gates have boon installed in lock No. 1 of tho Trinity lliver below Dallas. Great damage was done to ship- ping along the Gulf Coast Friday and Saturday. Unprotected'stock in Knat Texas have suffered greatly during the re- cent cold BJJ.C'11. Tyler hail a heavy snowfall Satur- day, but owing to warm, wet ground it incited nearly as fast as it fell. Police Commissioner Mulkey of Fort Worth states that ho will not again l>c a candidate for the place. The population of Chickasha, Ok., ns shown by C. If. Willing, is 8067, while the directory will give only the natnes of persons' over sixteen years of age. About 1 o'clock Sunday morning the whole business portion of Heb- ron, a small station on the Frisco, about twelve miles west of Flano...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 January 1908

■mm IIMr'AVm the AT/JV/T :,i> if r "i 1 I r> / w if" M?CLURE r; eoiTons ako r* t-~ri ■ SUCSCRIPT10 One Year Six Months Three Months . . . . All subscriptions arc advance. No name J r . KATES . ... $i oo . . . . 50 . . . . 25 payable in will be put 011 the books until paid for. ADVERTISING RATES. Locai. Rkadurs—Five ccnts per line each insertion. Notices of en- tertainments for charitable pur- poses, where an admission fee is charged, half price. Resolutions ot respect, cards of thanks, etc., half price. Obituaries over 100 words in length, half a cent a word for the excess; poetry 5c a line. Rates for display advertising given 011 application. ANOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENT r EE®. Announcement tees payable strictly in advance—no exceptions. Congress S'5 00 District 10 00 County 5 00 Precinct 2 50 The following are announced ubject to the Democratic prima- ries: For County Clerk L. W. Tittle For Tax Collet tor W. J. Summers That Postoffice Ruling The new ruling by the post office de...

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