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

- iiamtKi V I \ t I I THB ALTO HEKALI) $(j|T$ ORDERED IN ,:r7"" UNION DEPOT CASE A I.TO. T i:\.\s 80 fur tin rv are no fill aeronaut*. Tly tho way, Is It possible to play j golf In Esperanto? An American had III® latest word I Ii guiding the beBt aviator. It takes a pretty clever man to get j •head of a meter of any kind. As yet tlie Kngllsh language In not | the leant bit Jealous of Ksperauto ACTION TO INCLUDE HILLSBORO AGREED ON BY THE RAIL- ROAD COMMISSION. TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS 1^ tVEp«TS BOILED DOWN COTTON BELT TURNED DOWN Wireless bar* proven tbat II ean ere at* Juki an much excitement an an aeroplane. When 1111 automobile strikes a rail road train, the victims are those lu the machine. Another way to attain greatness Is <0 b<> made president of u bay fever eufferers society. Paris Ih losing her eab horses, but ijo noticeable decrease In the ptiee of meats Is reported. The statement of tbe National hanks of Texas, exclusive of those In the re- serve cities, on Sept. 1...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 September 1910

WW, I? * THE CIRCULAR STAIRCASE fi\HARY <> <+\ ROBERTS ** RINCHART tiLiamncm by ttrrMV«| ar mm *m/-« r CHAPTER I. I Take t Country Houie. This I* the story of how n middle- aged spinster lost her mind, deserted tier domestic gods In the city, took <i furnished house for the similiter mil nf town, and found hers< If Involved In "no of those mysterious crimes that keep our iiewspniters and detective agencies happy and prosperous. For i'O years I had been perfectly com- fortable; for 20 yearn I had had the window-boxes filled In the spring, the « arpets lifted, the swntngs put up and ihe furniture covered with brown linen; for as many summers I had said Kood-by to my friends, and, after watching their | -rsplrlng heglra. had Kettlcd dowu to a delicious quiet In town, where the mall come* three times a <lay, and the water supply does not depend on a tank ou the roof. And then—the madneM seized me. When I look bnck over the months 1 spent In Sunnyslde, I wonder that I s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 September 1910

•i H T 1 ou CAN SAVE MONEY ItY ( ()>UN(i TO Ml « Alto School Notes. T n. lor \ llruUtfht til. I'm ic i uiii'.s, 52.'jO I dllli' 1.1 ixi as slO.OO 15.0J .( M ) Than Elsewhere minis' ! Joi ;iu in ( ruer, it The Rusk iriiGSS Man lb V u .i. it kr/j *4 \ A. C. HARRISON DRUG r0. >: t* •c 'J 1. \,V ( 1)01 Y 0'.; in i: ;; A: . !>-, ' wJt>. -o:i u \Y i j"; c do it u * W r<fm SJ^h i HiNi ; COLD ALL 1HL7 TIME. Our Cold Drinks on 1 Cream ore us run- a-; can ill toe, Prescription Work is Our Specialty m > at * . •* . ** , CI •I . r.' « rr , C~f[ . . i tV., tr .. (| E: •. n 1/ The Fort Worth Citi/en- Stav and The Alto Herald— two papers for little-move th in ; the ] rice of one, 'l'he Citizen I Star each week contains re- liable and interesting aritiele- pcrtainiug to the farm, ask'*, from other departments of worth from the pen of writers of experience and merit. The two papers for Si.25 per year. Send in jour subscription at « ne \ Perkins, Imboden & Perkins I. AW VERS Wil...

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

m mt dbe Blto IMeraldL . CrVprrf" loniniv>.i, iMf.atlhe fllto.Toxai'o.itof're (ijSecon'K.i'iv^MollMaMcrA, t^'Owiorr«> ri#rrhvn7# Volume X ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1910 Number 44 ■ 1 ■ .r Our Deposits in September, $97,200,32 YVe will make advances to farmers on cotton tickets, who desire to hold their cot- ton for better prices. We will also be pleased to have the farmers deposit with us when you sell yoflt cotton. A deposit account at this time of the year will be profitable to the customer in several ways. Ask us. THE ALTO STATE BANK M. C. Parrish M. E; McClure T. D. Miller Qorn Contest The Kuapp Realty Co. will give a pri/.e of $1.00 for the four largest and best ears of ?orn brought to The Herald office before October 15th. Judges will be selected, and the contest will be conducted by them iu a fair and impar- tial manner, The com, to- gether with other products, will be exhibited in the north iu demonstrate-the wonderful resources of this section, and it is hoped...

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

mmmSm •tftixt'*0; iwm TUB ALTO HliRALI) t. t. All I N, Froprlf lor A 1 ,TU, TEXAS KIiik Menelik to quit dying naver know* *h > Jiouge I' now ii Newport ij-eo;lo who 11*0 it heed It- fad The EVENTS BOILED DOWN domestic and rORCICN h*P«N. INCS SERVED UP IN AT- tractive style. KrxiiIi*ll has begun and the doctor* we busy saving the piece* The facial expression l)f * III a 11 *wnitmg ' the phone Is not hi* beat fee prei lug PoTVi' ire *o xdg hi n n ri who realh pi a'II*'** what |,i- does mighty Utile preach of Ihe Pliillppn * uprising* hnrdj that they last over Scandal I' the one thing that never get* worn out .ii (he edge* by being passed around. A married man Infoim* ti* that one utio tell* hi* w Ife all he kuow* Ooern t know much. There are fiOO room* In Kaiser Bill'* new palace He'll have to keep a hired girl, we fear. Wealthy American* now coming lioain In the steerage could not wait for the rutin machine*. While a wooden leg may be the •ad result of an accident, the hobble • kl...

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

i <1 It I >• r md D#t Mn >n* of mt Mir kt# U«- nd &• All • *1" IU lat ft. of i y tin a Jit CIRCULAR STAIRCASE fij'MAnr ❖ ROBERTS ^ nmrHAnT /t'lamrms by RyW^*^- <A fcdfcWT /•* • «r «M«| «Ml/m T . t •;• > 9S3V i® SYNOPSIS. MIm Innr*. find Runrriliin of fMrtrutTi"* ami ch(ai llHh«'il Hiimmor ;1>enrifiuartt r at Hunnyiiiil**. AmM t nu- liirroun (iifti'-iUlr" tho i rvnnta ilwrtod. At* MI«r IniicM liH'knl up for tin* nlicht. *h« was ■turtfwl t y a dark flicum on the Vfrnnda. 8h * t>anH«* l a terrible night* vhich was iUl«'d >vlil (iiiHcomly nol*t- . CHAPTER II.—Continued. "There's going to lie a death!" sh< <vRiled. "oh. Miss ltuchcl, there's go- ing to be it death!" "There w ill be," I oMd grimly, "If you don't keep quiet, Llddy Allen." And bo we sat there until morning, wondering It the candle would last tintll dawn, anil arranging what trains we could take back to town. If we had ■only stuck to that decision and gone bark before It was too late! The su...

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

mmmrnSi '?Wf m +J2. TIIK Al/ro 11 Kit AM) i;. E. ALLEN. Notice of £lectron. , Ccmnty 61 Cherokee. ( Proprietor. | Thc Statc of Texas, j SUBSCRIPTION RATES . f i .00 .50 . .25 One Year -Six Months Three Months All subscriptions are pjiyublc in . advance No name will Ik.- put, Texas, petitioning and pray- on the books until paid for. jDg that an election be order- ed in and for said town afore- Whereas, I, R. L. Robin- son, County judge of Cher- okee oouuty, Texas, have been petitioned by thirty-six citi- zens of the incorporated town of Mto, Cherokee county, Vote lor Townsend for Senator. To the 'Herald: On Saturday, Oct. 8«h, the democrats of this district must nominate a State Senator. Angelina comity i"has uever had a senator. She offers W. J. Townseud, Jr., for the place — a young man of splendid ablity, who served his county well as county attorney, and as county judge. 1 have known him frotti boyhood, as twurvriMI'VIN sa'd t0 ab°lish said corpora- he was a school mate of mine. ...

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

Out of Doors. When I have lived .1 few more years where city noises rise, where buildings stand in rows and tiers, and smoke obscures the skies, I'll seek me out a hermitage, a piece of grass and trees, aad there'll! write life's final page among the) birds and bees. Among the 1 tecs and birds I'll dwell, remote from clanging town, and chase myself throngh grove and dell, and watch tile sun go down- I'll seek the cowslip and the rose, and lie in new-mown hay, exulting in the breeze that blows from islands far away. I'll watch the little lambs perform their gambols 011 the lea, and guard the chickens from the storm—ah, that's the lite for me! This thing of working at ade.sk, in shacks that fcrapc the skies, and using language picturesque con- cerning hungry flies, Is not the life for man ordained, lis but the treadmill's toil; how lucky he who has attained close quarters with the soil! He revels in the rain that j ours upoh the sacred sod; his heritage is out of doors; and there he v...

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

\ Tht Only Way. .in >ou ior c;id I • u M ?" "You fallows inlfiht fl - aniiwi r«*(! 'hi* muiiiiu **n£A£<>(i tn m v«'U of ytni r up PIRN CI HfAl III.' Tult'n 1*111 ■ kpr(i tli' ay stem In petln't order. Hir> . r ;ul lr Ihr bowrla and produie \ VIGOROUS BODY. Curr nil k hradetlic. mli.llr"' "■' mslarls. Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters Especial Moment to the Progreuive Africulhiri t FARMERS ARE BUSINESS MEN So Dtc!are« Prtaldent Barrett In Con vention at Charlotta, N, C.—To Stcurs Leylalatior An <atli|>t> wmkoii n Mt ih i l inorw not: You woulil i w ere < til iHt illII itlwayn mak«'H ft • ilinn K full on« wr knuu huiui* iwn > u man wlio «p*'hKh th«* the 111 of til* TRAPPERS Th# traj | inf •ou Im •'•••• fur* wl.l nuiti rl|>f ;* «! irmly to liarVMl Prlcea - 111 tw Ihlifhri Umii « • ' '* !' • k trapplu* V! • |>ay ||,ig profit* 4 'iM«n, Wink, Mkutlk, Mu.krat. Ioj>oa>*uni rt. Will mak* y«iti more u ou®r Mian , patrli « f t...

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

N The ChanGey Saloon Watch AND PURSE t-Kbt! FREE! FREE! A $75.00 Handsome Gold Watch, anteed for life by the manufacturers, given away, Absolutely Free through THE CHANCEY SALOON at their place of business at 9;30 P. M., OCT. 15th, the last day of the Angelina County Fair. Some one registering at THE CHANCEY SALOON in a book kept for that purpose, or making a 25c purchase at this popular resort during the four days of the fair, will be awarded this handsome and valu- able present, so be sure to call and register, learn the particulars of this gift, and make at least one purchase from the largest and cheapest house in East Texas. This watch will be on exhibition at The (lianccy Saloon the four days of the Fair, encased in a block of ice, running and keeping perfect time the while, and you are cordially invited to call and inspect this handsome gift and make our place } our headquarters while in the city. There is also offered through The Chancey Saloon, a purse of S200.00 for the win...

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

"/'frr *t-s PRICE. DIGESTiON li'l'l t-'OI !i clit v hich i thr n' .-.ur«t i. v1 rttuu ■ < tih •i; .u..u I'finR f-n iiunejr • 'ratio)< 11 { Ilk'. The *<e M'f.ivlto J3 HVJli .i. tiiCJf^ BJyJii-JH PRiCKLY ASH BITTERS j a at. I forrcctivc uliifU . ir. n«im: i ;4 'itnuUtin;: infl iciitf to k t: • ln>-1 v. •■• ■: out uujjaritift, stron; tU i. -i .uJ quickly restP'** rnrrrj xiitfj its ? rt of iud i-hc.-rlul >j riu. OH th<! C«n<-mt vlth tli<- 11.-ft "J" It KeJ bold by inuggbt v -unt ' * Id. T! IK ALTO 111 :u A i .1) i;. i:. M.I.I N, boys cokn club I'lOpI"' : <>r. MINUTES Confederate Reunion Held at Alto. Alto Texas Sept. 2.S, igit , The 14th anual reunion of Co.10th Texas, convened j in AUo Sept, 2Sth :Q'o. M. W Armstrong, president, presid-: iug Win. Blauton of AUo was' Master of Cereincuies. The meeting was called to oidcr and invocation had by Rev. ]. W, Johnson. Rev. Mare was then present ed and delivered the address of' welcome, the response to which was p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 October 1910

~ A A IN THE FARM HOME CHINA CABINET A CONVENIENCE CHERISHED BY HOUSEWtVE3. A Combination Cabinet and Sideboard Which May Ba Built Separste and Portable or Erectad In the Wall Solid. Many otberwtae w«ll arranri-.! dwell- ings arn built without any thought whatever of a china closet. Thin In a groat mistake, aa l hero are few houarv wives who do not have more or less cherished china or glaas or silver. and no other ornament will go so far tow- ard Improving tbe appearance of the dining room aa tbla samn china. glass and stiver, If properly displayed In a noat china cabinet. A combination china cabinet and sideboard haa been designed for thn Detail of Conftruotlon. moderate priced home. A* seen In the cut, A ta a croaa section of the cabi- net. B la the drawer fronta, C li a auc- tion of the door*, I) a aectlon of tho panels and K a peripectlve of tbe face 'bracket. The cabinet may ba built separate and portable, or built In the wall aolld. Tbe latter method la preferred with face of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 October 1910

- — m MOST COnrORTARLE SHOE SOLE IN TEXAS. j^^tCenfmiSlioc4 llrnil lilt" hot until the toe touch#! h« h«l. Mik« bill of tKem. You rm'l hurt them. They .re m.J. to give to every mutch thail jm. while walkiiiR, yet h v tnouKli weight in the ole« to protect ie o the rough • j>ot•. . , . I ailiei who have .Iway. in.i.ted upon light-weight hirn ln, th.t lo« their .hupe ,r> <,.,irHy. .houkl try . p.i, o< Nt.r,'-To.. Cetnhr. eole.hoe. 'J'heu .hoe. will hold their .h.pe, look ne.ter end we r longer then an) •lioe you ever wore. A',HK^V--I#r "b::; lh .e ho . ^ T LCXJlS. V :v«if.WWW«.V.W V.3<. A. C. HARRISON DRUG CO. Oldest Esiablishcd Drug Store in East Texas. We wili Appreciate a Part of Your Patronage. Wc do not expect all of it SOMETHING COLD ALL' THE TIME. Our Cold Drinks and Cream are as Pure as con be made* Prescription Work is Our Specialty it i S: Telephone Manager, Mr. J. A. Horner of Dim- mitt, Texas, lias been 111/ stalled as manager for the Farmers' Union Telephone...

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

mm I b M| ■■ Blto era Id. Voi.l'M H X I'l.lrrn lonuoiv^a. IWl.Atlhr Rllo,TfMi'.niol'KV, osSertwdT'is^flslKlolliTtofOimorrv* riwrt VI *70 ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1910 KI'M HER 45 M THE FARMERS are depositing with us as they sell their cotton consequently our business is grow- ing. The law requires 25 per cent cash on hand—we have 52*3 per cent, and still accommodating our costoniers. Remember our office is mighty comfortaable in r/inter time, You arc welcome. * THE ALTO STATE BANK M. C. Parrish M. E. McClure T. D. Miller TOWNSEND ELECTED. In the primary election held throughout the Thirteenth district last Saturday to seleet a nominee for State Senator, W. J. Townsend, Jr., of An- gelina County, was the sue* cessful candidate, winning by a large majority over his op* ponent, Capt. G. R. Fowler of Anderson comity. The total votejpolled at the Alto booth was 187—of which Townsend receiAed 110, and Fowler 77. Tlic key to health is 'tVe kidneys ami liver. Keep these organs ac-...

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

m* >■' ■ .v-1 VrafiFrr fti$W ~9 <mww i# •.• 'four Pel lets of MUNYDN'S DYSPEPSIA evtjry hour p| I DC Hilltiw&otlie !■ U llL rfiid inv.jjjiiivilp worn out slonwfiiMnd fTlicve distress. Farmers' Educational r^i and Co-Operative Union of America ADVANCE MONEY ON COTTON L Matter* Eipecial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist W. L. DOUCLAS HAND-StTWED QUAPQ process onwto MEWS $2.00 12.60, *8.00, *8.40, M OO, $5.00 WOMEN S $2.AO, *a,$3.60, M BOYS' M 00, $2 50 Ac $3.00 THE STANDARD FOR 30 YEARS They are absolutely the most popular and beat shoes for the price sn America. They sip the leaders every- where because they hold th« ir shape, fit better, look better and wear lon- fcr than other makes. hey are positively the I roost economical shoes for you to buy. W. L. Douglas name and the retail prtca are stamped onthetxittom value guaranteed. TAKE NO liUDSTITUTC? If votir desler MAfiot supply yon writs foi Man Orats fwtstoga W. L. UOUUU.S, lirmklon. Mam. Sick Hogs cnst you lols of...

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

■ '■ "ft* ■ t - ¥ i V TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS )■ a The ('ommerclnl Club of (iralinm. Texas, has nocured far this city a well- equipped Iron foundry, which is being rapidly installed. Cotton sold in the streets of lionlta at 14.65c. The yard receipts are 991 bales. The cotton is reported to be 60 per oeut gathered. The contractor who has in charge the building of the Girls' Industrial Home in Abilene, says this biulding will be complete within six weeks. A small tenant house burned to the ground on the farm of J. 1). Smith. • bout two miles south of O'Brien, Tex.. The building was occupied by T. C. Smith, who lost all his household goods besides $500 in cash and several land notes and accounts. It Is expected that the contract for the erection of the Federal building nt Terrell will be awarded in the near future. The building Is to cost $50,000. The site, on North Frauds street, was purchased several months ago. The Confederate veterans of Kauf- man County are raising a fund with which...

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

mm <sp MHHHf V \ I MALARIAL DISEASES." How to Avoid Them and the Se- rious Consequences of Neg- • lect. Grand Chapter Eastern Star. Way to Democratic Success. Austin, Ort. ji.— I he Or* The democratic party :.Miuld tier of the Kastein St ir, now pull away from and steer j c 'livened in annual session clear of all fads and fancies of' here, hw-ld this afternoon its political cruuks and put a sane first session of tlie meetim.', and sensible man on a plat-( V I c "Fix me up lometiiiuft to knock the i aboiit 1500 delegates from all form that stands only for sta- J I^cLY.'"te'ST. puts of Texas being present, ble govern inert economically j jromineat pbyiician's office tbc other .\t i:«0 o'clock the cere- administered and declaring dll>'- .. ... inouial march began, conclud that the business of the neo^ * The doctor stepped to hu medicine «> , ' case, took down a conple of bottle*, mixed j nig dj placing each ot the , pie shall be run by the people officers at theii proper stati...

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

-———' ac« / !► \ ' Dallas Gets Odd Felloes Abilene, Texas, Oct: 11 — Colquitt Congratulated. Austin, Oct. ii —Hon. O. r* jy ii . chivalry was bestov. cd or. Mii? re>;ulatc lhc S.filhi C. of Ci Co, see-1 Prickly Ash 13i rstars of the West Texas Odd Fellows' ossociation, The encampment closed to- night witb the conferring oft,, tlie past master's degree at the Knights of Pythias hall. Dallas was selected as the next meeting place, over San San Antonio and Paris. The pleasant purgative efTtct experienced by all who use Cham- berlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- lets, and the healthy condition of the body and mind that they create makes one feel joyful. Sold by A. C. Harrison I)rii£ Co. The People Pay. The receipts of the Federal government from all sources for the fiscal year to Sept. 21, have been 5152,055,763, and the total disbursements $171,- 967.374, which makes a deficit of $19,911,611 for that period. In spite of this fact, republi- r cau newspapers ' and spell- binders are decla...

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

ma TH I. ALIO MLkAl EVENTS BOILED DOWN \ \ i. ) I. t. MIEN, f'ropr;i 'or A.I ,TO. TLX An early and severe wW.tor In pr dieted. This Is cokl comfort. New York In the second city In th world, but It feels big n ,h" flrkt- Tho redeeming feature about the pictured hobble skirt l It" impossi- bility dsmestic and foreign happen- ings servet* up in at- tractive style. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY Alcohol In a necessity Itt paint. It seem to have u special affinity tor red paint. Whoso lnjHtn<*f*H It 1h, anyway, what particular variety of hat you choosu to wear'.' The man who Hit Id (iuntmer In over Is huntlliK hi" old straw hat In the ash barrel The government In advertising for a xyiotomlst It you know a good one tell hint alioiii It. Here's a centenarian who swears off on liquor and tobacco It s never too late, you know Infant paralysis Is no respector of age It has Just killed a woman of sixty-six In Connecticut. Pittsburg man Invent* an apparatus for forecasting earthquakes. No fam- ily sh...

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

—— ?!* p. H s *& . Howard & Lively General: Merchandise! NEW AND UP-TO-DATE Dry GoodS, Notions, ShocS, I latS, Fresh Groceries, &c,f at Prices to Suit. FREE ]ur Store is Always Brim Full of | Free trial lessons in our ( I home study course of the fain*!m |ous Byrne {Simplified Short- M F\A/ - GROCERIES " e * If its First>Class, You'll Find it Here! Your Patronage Solicited. Howard & Lively f Alto, Texas hand aud Practical Book< keeping. We compiled them and : ! Consignments coming in every day, which enables us to sell you what you need. We are gosng 'o handle what the people want if it is to be had in the markets _ ALL KINDS OF FEED STUFFS £ In Stock All the Time In. h. agnew| 5* Buys All Kinds of Country Produce. 5 • % THE ALTO HERALD K. K. ALLIEN, Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION HATES One Year 5i .00 Six Months 5° Three Months 25 have taaught them success- *j fully for six years; we know ^ just what they tie and the!'.] results we can produce with r] | them. To pro...

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