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

$91*' ■rfurp>p$* I ) \\ I M H t< W USH . Ol brought tin ad t i r?*<i btMIII 111-oil Knglainl 1 districts handles i Dun ("cm i on (liehi ti age Til 11 Amr rl tied Ik famuli fmirh rod *Ui1 Ni I liI V. I fi ill* n Inn iih nr." roil, h ii lii ili' I I:, attll nches I' • ' t■ it ml I •1 <-00 •illoll mill. Ill Mil i by fully > C.I I i or •Hi mort om> M r nil >'il to ' lltl'l 11 1 .1 i T11< p. I Ci 1 V M n * In* . I -.1111 hui r i tlurl'' nigh •on I' Tin uki Medfnrd, ylnlng rod r ilinti I wo of his an Wield. has over New III milling w hah'tinm Weigh* two IINCI IpllOIIK iii 10 llhlDMI llBlldn done marvel* 4 mm a ill 11 rod Itliixl IK bald man. In lo llbvm Tin T V A Strong Preacher. nilnisteiH eight year olil daugh- im returning wHIi her parents hurch. whole the district super- 1 11I had that morning occupied Ii. lat think hoi ' a'llb I niked the little girl, with enthusiasm, "don't thor (' Ih a very strong In 1 his evidence of un- 1 ■ oh the part of his h" minister e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 September 1910

1 "V TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS a A A CASE OF GRAVEL. Amount of iiiHuruiirc written by Texas nonresident legal reserve lift- Insurance companies diiriug 1000 $24.331,1)38. amount of premiums col- lected $2,3^,901, death claini paid t;5L0 ri. With simple form the cornerstone wan laid Saturday afternoon for the new Christian Science Church In Dal- las. The building, already well un- der way, will lie erected on the cor- ner of Cadiz and Hrowdor streets. It is to he of brick and stone and will cost $70,000. Loaded to its capacity, the steam- ship Chalnietle of the Morgan Line steamed from Baltimore on its Initial trip with a cargo of canned goods, destined for (•alveston. Tex. The I'halmette had in its spacious hold 2,400 tons, or 100,<100 cases, of canned goods, parked by the canuers of this city. On lough, wiry cow ponies, Th<«o dore Roosevelt rode thirty miles Sat urday across the plains of Wyoming, lie wanted to get back once more among the cowboys in their own country and mingle ...

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

I J ar can save MONEY t, 5 V < '< >.V INC i rr< > mi;: ■ — — 1 t«.n IU"m 'lit run 1 Oh I'rln ! Ioiih mat1!' wa' ''ii l'i idle 99c I 25 ii ;i\ . Pair of W as 1 11 1 h .dies S 2.50 > .00 'troi-", Honie/inac:'. Set oi 1 ill 11 .'• 10.0 0, 1 - jb a Stroi 15.00 Si> t" - t Set .Sui l ey 11::nies ' • s]>c . 12 50 $15 00 trliioe 23 l\'i~ Cent Cheapv?- Than Efscwh ere ll i• I'uil and vci'. 1 ;u *- vc 111 on'■ V by coniinjj i iv, in I can sell cheaner is Because I \ .H. ] will nial; ■ v '.i! harness to order, if uid itist as \ i u v. nil it. a G i i.I rr>. •! ,C Ml! .I.N fe r< pi p ^ vO pii/ 2 - Ha The Rusk ness Man r Taylor tailoring can stand the test, so, for this rea- son you are earnestly invited to compare their quali^ ty and pop- ular prices with othen e-to-measure clothes. ^ So certain are they Hjjffcm i& ,>'A TAG \ of superiority and of giv ../ kika ih I) 'ing you absolute satis- mede rifiht r Local Notes. Poodle Holcomb from Rusk, j w as a Sunday...

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

ait® rntc.rW ionuarvk.il, iooi .at Hi?, /llto. 1 VxA03Mor'KV< n.vScrowlOusOifiioltiiiorAi fOffonurr*- *• "l.irch^. 1570 Voi.UMK X ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SP.PTKMBKR 1910 N t.'MIlKR .;o ■p.iiWvyjM laEsaiganMBg P •S N .., - .... saajwiaivaBimmm^ THE CUSTOMERS OF THIS BANK .ire Women, < !>ildreu, merchants, lawyers, d<;ct' t t> . .u-hers, school teachers anil .•Mil-'. he largest of all these arc fairruv • 1 Saturdays one can notice scVcr '1.. .Li';- in our office making tliem at home with us. This fea- ture ' the friendship the farmers have f >u ■ > in k. V extend an invitation to everyone to coii.' 11 r office when you like, for httsiii' purposes, for an an accomnioda- tion or .1 social talk, and our welcome is n*•*. ( kind that wears out. V,. C. Parrish, Pres. '1. Iv. MeClurc. \ ice Pres. Y. D. Miller, Cashier. Capit1, ■ 10,000.0 1 Suiplus, >1,750.00 iv' i'er Cent Dividend Paid Our Stockholders Sept. 1. Local and Personal. George Viuing of Rusk, was a rrcent vi...

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

; Mi J* f HE FiGURED IT. Whiit Shall MOTORMAN? it(■•< nni II 111:111 )i •I- li :n the p 1 I II Ills 11 lllllll I.Ml bolt ki «.i: .1< 1 J.HI t Where SI it CounU I'd int. thoughtfully • oiittlil-Teil 11 cow lh.ii was cnftlT^A grazing in I' meadow across 1110 win "Mamma, how old 1h thai 1 iiw 1 ' h In* llimllv I mi itl 1 • -tl 'She Ik four warn old," answered Kdlia's mot hi* i Kdna considered tin- tuiswor Urol from tlnio lo tlini' appeared lo If coinpa ring herself Willi I ho row, •Well,'' was her parting 1 omiiient on the I| 110*1 loll. 'I'm live snd I hilt row In |i L' enough to llr III I > or J' ill Kill! it-tii mi y \ Busy Lite \ il Input rli fr h.ivh llll' ('('Ill I'll' tl « 1 rui It ami refine I'llll have pli> twice ;i da. (i 1 i'Ii t Kill tor 1 IhihII> 1 <•:..tl.hi and nrbllralloi AVeckh* 1 k 111 I llllV l| «'ns they isi'l 11101I' ■w Toik Don't Take Chances of having a sick spell by delay, when you notice the ' ;&# , ■ V'.u, Act "VTiu are then on the safe s...

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

rv ¥J TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS PROBLEMS MANY YEARS OLD ^ STITCH IN TIME Tho Wichita Valley Railway Com- pany is erecting a new passenger de- pot. at Haskell and enlarging the freight depot, In accordance with plans approved by the State Railroad -I'oni mission. The State of Texas began Ihe new fiscal year with a balance of 1,524,- ti41.<>l in the State Treasury to the credit of the general revenue, while the entire balance in the State Treas- ury to the credit of all funds was 1,- 739,753.92, Railroads which carry cotton have begun tho new plan of attaching to all orders for export cotton a certifi- cate of validation certifying that tho railroad agent signing the bill Is the properly authorised representative of the company. ('apt. J. I'. Head, roadmaster of the Texas Central, states that efforts will be made to complete the extension of the road to Sipe Springs by Sept, 15 and to Rising Star by Oct. 1. It is ex- pected that this road will move cotton from Slpe Springs to the De...

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

> 1 n r i'1 V'Jflli hghtis ■ - ■ - — " ' .v.5r :«*? 'V ^ Tr^S'iC, 11." \ i r Tin-: \ i,. i >r- C. A- I'Vtut l!j- C ANNor.\r;-:M!OTs : Lib rir:\ ed m the t i' ridny The Herald i authorized to ' ! ! ' , ' make the f >11 ,wint announce : ■ is ni , . i ■ i 1 ir action of the (knprimary: h • . Mnr- j;ur Siatn S n ' r, i V-h Dist., 1 : let lesj ' 'J'! AT tunc ! I WtX... c tin I iinniii , ilen iu w. i. r<)\vxxi), JR.. Of At: • '..i; C* MUtv. ' ES* * G. R. i OWT.KR, US An •um v !l it is an\'thin,' in tncr- handiao or •• • cei ies,-w« have iirht ■ and wiii ■:i i ru i e. Call in and ! > con- I! Oil. S. M. 1 lol.C Mil, Sex' 1 * >■ r t-1 i\1 l' fhec. Thesis, . - . ]>a; . !' U f! ;.i V i : ' ie of Doug* h i; last ASH BITTERS FOR indicestjoo, constipation, kidney trouble. If r.LlANSIS AND INVIGOHATIC. Sold In Druggist:-. Price $1.00 per bottle A A. f r v - • V.,. • , sN^': v V , t. V* \V* { V \ . & « .V ' \ . $■« - y? , •' -M ^ J'.J T- . •' i, V• e ... • • '. . . • '..ii....

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

-wtee \ y t f A I /V - TrKT Wi' Kixr-nn3 1 ****- ui ornii null oi tin? j)r< v-N iu me remotest motions - ! ilie State, ami reading tJic paper-; i as tnu. li a part of (In work ot' la - Texas fanner n« feeding hi. ■jZSJimaxszzmzntJKS/x.w aci*AS^r. flf.- 1 Kl«l \ f /( 1 1i / > '--a 7s T* f kH^ ^ ^ rr- <f? <H r v. fv /n! «L J Ji:., ^ <l v v -.5^ net 1 i;« 0 J V- 1 ncl i tU : . I «.•.•■; ic ri:? iin<! u.. r inter\ ti . i dilation of :iil tp. 3 ' i o,'.is copii '., pa; : s for , - h f, In 1 !ic jhi:tj' . c <•, ; within the State we rs la ■ •: :::-, .... r, 1:I Iowa anl ".ri orrlcr nam .1. I I. 1 incur census lor i.■.■ iilVi.iU-d in printing ..: Texas of <••.<.. f-."'. j>; r . • <::: mitpuf is valued at I lie inthistrir - of t!i ■ fixth in capital inv. rolls .aid sixth in t- nets. One i*stie of ; Tex a. appt ■ , . : capita, and if ; -v tli from r. popnl.iti a Ir, is v. < St.ite^ in the L'l i./.i i,: :' • r periodicals i muM and tlu: iu copies printed. f...

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

SB? I f V E i A I.TO IHikALi: II, Al 11 N, Proprietor ALTO, .... jj-:\A> EVENTS BOILED DOWN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN- INGS SERVED UP IN AT- TRACTIVE STYLE. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY "The good old summerlluis" I* en- tering ou Ita lust lop. Kvrn Imlliin mahurajalis g.-t lo be nuisanccs, according to Uindou re- ports. Home . ersolis dive Int.. shallow «a Bv.ry«h!nB Important That Could Be ter hi summit resorts anil others get Confined to a Small Space i engaged. Here Found Kurtihjwukt'H that hi.If1 to t><* unubbt'd l*ru careful to k M«p awn) froin Huu friuiciflco HIIU C iho fire. Tlio crown princo of Slum refuse* to be ii polygamic and ho d< c« not Bay It In Jajmnohe, Hthoi Tlir fit • i lial«' of cotton ban been voviKht into nkhthornti t'ity by K. H i I'd' i • weighed 4SO poundh and rotiKht i a pound with a premium I Mexico's «• lebration the If I ho rows will v hen there Ih no driven to milking a cow. not give milk rain we will be can of i ondciiKed The cold Htorage figure...

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

ROOSEVELT TALKS Tl v ) V Labor Day Address Delivered at Fargo Is Well Received. JOINT ACTION A NECESSITY Trade* Unions Commended, But Some of Their Act# Criticised—Ameri- can Federation Planke Ap- proved by Speaker. Fargo, X. Tl. Sept. r>.—The union Inbor forces of Kargo and thousands of other persona had ft treat today w he« Theodore Roosevelt delivered the l,abor Day address. He spoke •with great seriousness and with frank- ness, and his speech was well re- ceived by the big crowd that heard It. Colonel Roosevelt's address was as follows: Today—on T.abor Pay—I apeak In on* sense espedelly to those personally and vitally Interested In the labor struggle; mm! yet I apeak of thin primarily as one aspect of the larger aortal struggle grow- ing nut of th# attempts to readjust social conditions and make them more equitable. The nineteenth century wan distinctly «u;e of economic triumph®—triumphs In the domain of production, including trans- portation and the mechanics of exchange. Th...

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

1 '/ f 1 vou CAN SAVE MONEV iiV < ()MIN(i 'H ) MKI / MX I • 1« I 90c II f.ii V I'.riiiif! (II: IS irr A Fir t <c!ass Home matii. wagon Puddle A Styli- h IK'avy Pair of Wag<>n Hi idl^s,S2.50 A Neat Sti( if Uoiue-niade Set of <10.00 oug Surrey Harness 15 00 Stirrev Harness (spc'l) 12.50 Wapon iim-chin* 25 Per Cent Cheaper Than Efscwhcrc A I ugg\ A Neat Extra Best Neat" " c $i $1.25 3.00 12.50 to $20 § 1 s.OO All lines arc fnl 1 am to Hie, and t lie i Cflsnn I Make It Mv elf. 1 wil vein w ish, and just as \ lie by coining Pciatise 1 yon can save nn can sell cheaper is ] 111.ike vonr harness to order, 11 on want it. ,! l C I I 'I I .1 John Ra 1 Lr a The Rusk Harness Man 1; SL'ft UJ. ysa r s,r.(jf)f V':i . Ci V-" :< t HI n'i .1 ■ .1: . m. 1; 1 • . tin cfiiiin >"<tv la I est and liavo roci'ss <•!' our own ' ■ 1 lli.'il i liavd to equal let t! for yourself and be con- • 'ting i beyond compare. b .1. On Display At Hon. G. R. Fowler's Platform The Alto Herald is in...

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

rtftMMIMi Jibe Hlto 1H era Id. CnlorrV lam v>.8, 1001,at the flllo, To.xm'ostotfire osSeriwtClussrtallMotterA,- iiMCungrfs* flarchJ. lS7w Volume X A in - ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1910 Number 41 mmam 0 Report of the Alto State Bank, September 1st, 1910. Resources. Loans $43,392.58 Furniture 1,834.80 Guaranty Fund.. 300.00 CASH 28,730.49 $74,257.81 Liabilities Capital $10,000.00 Profits 2,917.78 Cashiers check.... 313.2^ DEPOSITS 61,026.80 $74 257.81 ' Result of 18 months" YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED M..C. Parish,"Pres. ,, M. E. McClure. YiceTVcS, T. D. Miller, Cashier. Election. County of Cherokee. } The State of Texas. ( Whereas, I, R. L. Robin- son, County Judge of Cher- okee oounty, Texas, have been petitioned by thirty-six citi- zens of the incorporated town of Alto, Cherokee county, Texas, petitioning and pray- ing that an election be order- ed in and for said town afore- said to "abolish said corpora- tion, aud said petition being ''-now on file at my officc in said ...

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

-a-* Ml 1 y A,„ S^^i^tJsSiv r«f wwr 5E % ^urgoy's^'s^rk '%rtg_ What vShall It J MERCHANT PRINCE? * YOUflS Yourn (or uni lormity. Youre (or grr*I- r*it IftiiveiiiDg jvrror. Your* (or never (ailing msiilta. Vouri (or purilr. Youri (or economy. Yours (or nvery- thing that k<m*s to malm up a strictly h i R h k r a <1 o, over- tlepoodablo baking pnwdor. That ia CaIumnt. Try it once and note th« im- provement in your bak- ing. See how much morn economical over the high- | priced trust brands, how much bettor than the cheap and big can kinds. Calumet is highest in quality — moderate in cost. Received Highest Awsrd— World's Pure Food Exposition. English In London. rteiwitor Depow, on tho deck of tho I/Usllanlit, iiilki d nbout ' Kngilnli as : ■ho la molten In lamib ti " "li Is wry difficult <o unttcralamt I that London KiiKllah," he mid. "1 know :i man who hud IimIkIiikh all July In Hlooii: bury, ut*ur tho Hrllluli uiu aeum "On hl« return from iho mtitteuin one afternoon, ni)< f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 September 1910

MADE INTO DINNER DESSERT Apple Sauce Prepared In German Fashion a Richer Dish Than American Prototype. Prepared In the German way, apple Rauce becomes a dinner dessert rath- er than, as with us, > breakfast of luncheon relish. One would not care for the Teutonle version as a perpetual thing to the ex- elusion of our own excellent Yankee dish, but once In a while It is extreme- ly tasty, especially when no other idea for the family dessert presents Itself. After preparing the sauce aH usual, Fprlnklu with cinnamon, decorate with halves of blanched almonds and serve with cream. Kor another dessert, simple and yet K«od, make a quart of soft custard and stiffen It while yet warm with a half- box of gelatin dissolved In a little cold water. Smooth aud cool it at the same time by slow stirring. Now heal stiff the whites of the eggs used, fold thorn In. flavor according to preference and set them In a moid. Serve with cream or with preserves around it In tha form of a ring. A dainty whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 September 1910

w .HI*!"1. T*.',"'' *" V>^P'. Vim*'' -r*"-. 4 TIIK ALTO IIKRAI J)| CONSTIPATION. E. E. ALIEN. Proprietor.||ts CaUse an(j How to Cure it. SUBSCRIPTION HATES ! (>i)i Year l' «i VOIlt Guess 111 <« Month* F. t too much, Stomnch feels bloatrd, f l .on ' All out of sorts, .... ,50 j Don't feel lilce work to-d*y. .25 I've another case of biliousness. "Take anything?" All Miliscriptions .ire payable 111 "Yea; some pills, but no results; sup- advance No name will lie put ]>,u getting ironclad. SometimesI 011 the books until paid f' r. 1 double the dose, then they physic me so hard I'm too weak to work. Think I'll have to try something new." "Hver try I'rickly Ash Bitters?" | "No; I've heard a good deal about it, Tin* Herald i$ authorized to |but "e"Tfrtrie^jt." V , , ,. "Well, you'll he pleased with tlic re> make the following anuouiice'.guIt(i/, The purgative action of Trirkly Ash i Bitters not only removes hard iinpac- annoi m ements menU:, .subject to the action of the demo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 September 1910

Young People and Parents Read What it Costs Not to Go to College. Everlasting sorrow. No one ever went to a good business college with honest intent and serious purpose who did not consider it money, time and labor well expended. Thou- sands \v,ho have not gone re- gret the fact that they did not. You can go if you really hun- ger and thirst for an educa- tion. Nowhere else will you meet such choice companions. The earth's noblest young wonnm are in the colleges, and at no other time of life can you make such strong and lasting friends. Girls and boys from our most cultivated homes, asx semble annually at our col* lege. If you do not go to colx lege these friendships are Inst to you furevet. Do not postpone your going to college. Youth is the time for preparation, just as spring i.s the seed-time. The farmer who does not plant his seed in springtime has 110 harvest. If he hasn't the money to buy the seed, he borrows it. If you haven't the money to go to college, borrow it, and pay i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 September 1910

■I t IK 11 THE ALTO HERALD |.|, Al 11 V t'roprictor A'j 1U. - - * EVENTS BOILED DOWN '] | \ \s domestic and FOREIGN HAPPEN- ' ings served up IN at- Hobble. Every •da* n hobble. skirts and trouble. tractive style. bat In n "picture bat' now Prunes are higher Ian (i I ail). Telephone jour What ban heroine of the old fash- ioned man who woiu u double-breasted *eat ? NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY Everything Important That Could Be Confined to 4 Small Space it Here Found. Dynamite may help, match* h are thu only for drouKhtH. but tonnla reliable cur® Vol< anot'H In Ala«ka are spouting tlrt Very likely the Janitor U trying out the llin'H. Carrier plK^oua uill have to <quip tl.eiuH* Ives with t'lectrlc motor* 01 fall hopeleBbly behind. ('apt. Krank c 1'llri«*n. Mayor of Hir minghaui. Ala. died suddenly at Hum lira'1 Infirmary In Philadelphia. The number of. bales of cotton gin lied to Sept 1 I mill the growth of HMO ,i, 1 bales, round biles counted ltndlrnl changes ar the new football nil** ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 September 1910

We ' i > A Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters ?f Especial Moment to the Progreuive Agriculturist ENGLISH LACKING IN UNION Kindness kindles the flrra of friend- thlp and love. There are many g «d farmers who are poor saletimen. Our mistakes often serve a good purpose by enlightening others. He benevolent; bury nil bickerings In the bosom of forgetfulness. Sometimes (hose who endure ac- complish as much ns those who strive. Neighborhood seapilal travels as fast as lightning—over the lalephone wire. An unbalanced temper will spoil the results of an ordinarily well balauced ration. In preparing for winter don't forget that stock—and humans, too—require ample supplies of fresh air. If the country boy could only know «if the heartless Indifference of the big rlty he would be slow to face It. Judging by the effect "unfriendly legislation" has had on rallronds. It's n wonder they don't pray for more of It. Loss highfolutin' and more business- like curvature of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 September 1910

> +? "tot* w tWum H^UWiai .■ J t i I t . OFMMNti Of J. S. HAWS & CO. DRY GOODS STORE Sept. 17th, 1910 — Brand: House of L. E. Frank, Jacksonville, Texas A most cordial invitation is extended to all to visit our new establishment, when all that's new and up/to^date will be shown. Every article marked in plain figures and one price to all. We come here to make Alto our home, and we aim to do a strictly honest and legitimate business, Our merchandise has been selected with the greatest care and you will find our prices correct in ever} instance, We invite you again to pay us a visit, J. S. IIAWS «V CO. AI/l'O, TKXAS The Whole Truth. The man who makes money in a community hasn duty to perforin to thai community. It may Ik* that he has made his money by his suj crior business ability and that he would have done as well any- where. That does not alter the case. If his gifts ir<-' great his re- sponsibilities are equally great. So person was placed on earth for the sole purpose o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 September 1910

liilaili'Hihla. an made public by Mr. Aver, The Ft'dcral rand Jury, wnlch has been tnvestl- 2 ' — """Iran, late Monday ^£1 t:nic«Ko., hi., soi>t 1:1. I Ci I clans specimens. Th® Texan Commercial Secretaries' Association \- SUPPLEMENT \'oi.. X The Alto Herald ALTO, TKXAS, SKPTKMHFR is. I Q I () SUPPLEMENT Xo. 41 The Confederate Reunion. At a mcetinc ol t lie citix. lis of A hi tiehl Mdllll.lV night ( • >111 mittee>>11 Cooking. J. C. Uovd, C. M. Dillar, F. H (* u iti n. I<m 'lie purpose • arrangements tor the enter- John Xoblut, M \V Ami* t ii11tiieiit ot the O. >11 federate strong, J. i1. XoeU. \c!e:ans who wi.i ho..I titeir To W'.iit m Tables, erate soldiers atiil everybody j <-neia 1"\ was invited. K. K, I) ivis, Chairiuan. 1. F. No-TI, Secrctarv. animal iii eiilei iemtio . to have her colli binet ami evei vboi!v invited to at- inakiiig I " 1'rocnre Speakers. Don't waste ytnie liionev buying pbts'ers when yon can gi t a bottle ol Chain jer Iain's Liniment for t...

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