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

-I mm m y W II V I ' j I v a ji ■ -I. ) The Ghancey Saloon Watch AND PURSE FREE! FREE! FREE! A $75.00 Handsoms Gold Watch, nnteed for life by the manufacturers, s>iven away, Absolutely Free through THE CHANCEY SALOON at their place of business at 9:30 P. M., OCT. 15th, Absolutely . - „ the last clay of the Angelina County rair. making a and valu- able present, so be sure io call and register, learn mc paruc.-u'.rs or mis girt, ana make at least one purchase from the largest and cheapest house in East Texas This watch will be on exhibition at The* riuinoey Saloon the four days of the Fair, encased in a block of ice, running and keeping perfect time the while, wind 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 Chancoy Saloon, a purse of $200.00 tor the winner of the FREE- FOR-ALL half mile race the last day ol the Fair, Oct. 15th, and all hordes of East Texas are eligible fo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 October 1910

mm r-.: Suit'. 1 ■' %'^r Tiflt CIRCULAR 5X4IRCASC PIARY O ROBERTS <♦ RINtHAPT ILLLkVmum BY ' toPTA'*"' /AJ# «v |MM /H** ur c<± T I SYN0PSI3. Ml** Inn- *. Nplimtrr nn<l Kuardinn of triidc ami lluU"/, «*HljiIjIImiioiI nnrnmcr ftqUHtU'r* sit HunnyMldo. Amlclflt nu- Pou* <11 f ft -11111«*r« tho mTvanta dcurrtod. Mini ltiiHM looked tip for the niuht, CMNSWif wan startled |jy a (lurk figure on the HIh- panned u ttsrriMe night, Jcli waa illicit «i(li unseemly nul os. the nwinliiK Mis* imp's found 14 trniii:<" link culT liullnn In a clothes |n>p<i Gertruite and lfalsi-y arrived >11li .lack Halley. Tin- liouar w « uwek- ♦nt-d tiy a revolver shot. A stranK" man Sjvss found shot to ileatli In the hall. It provrd l.i be the body of Arnold Arm- Mronx. win.Hi' hunker father owned tho fa country hourc. Miss Innes found lliil- y'M r«-\ol\i-r on the lawn. Ho and Jack ll«y luid Uisappcured. CHAPTER IV.—Continued. "Especially what?" "Especially since Jack Halley and Arnold Arms...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 October 1910

1 .1* t , I jWtvy Th esc ClotKes Are Absolutely Correct*. , fn the preat Goldman-Bcckman tailoring shop at Cin- cinnati, two designers spend every working Jay in the year studying, evolving, creating styles. They make scores of models from which only the choicest—a possible dozen all told —are submitted to you. ^ ou may contend such expert attention adds to the price of our clothes. If this were Irue when distributed over the entire product, it would ®ot mean more than 10 cents per suit—and would most assuredly be worth it. But it is an actual fact that the economies of extensive specializing in conjunction with the production of thousands of garments where ordinarily but lens of garments are produced actually lessens the ex fans of productipn per garment. I~hr.:>e benefits arc yours. Lvery Qoldmari-Beclunan Suit or Overcoat embraces their fullest advantages. II you desire morefot your clothes money than you have ever before received, visit this tore while our new Fall •tocki are...

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

X y) 2 « •llattA V Clhc Blto Herald* enlMr/lnan'i.l, 1901 , m<. Kito,T<<* > i ffl<-<i #nS8ro«<JCu *MiiliMotferVfofCo«or«\«. flvrM.IITP Volume X ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1910 Nvmbhr 46 1^ YOUR BANKING BUSINESS Alto School Notes. We Offer << i. Courteous Treatment Absolute Protection Liberal Accommodations Three Mighty Good Features FOR FIRE PROTECTION - Our fire- proof valt is big enough for everybody's valuable papers. No charge on them here. THE ALTO STATE BANK ft1. C. Parrish, Cfthier. M. E. McClure, Vice-President. T. D. Miller, Cashier. -H the Ihe Its a Bat Wind That Mows Nobody Good. Young Friends, if crdps are *frotf- and business- dw#, fe* our comiuupity, there is Ho tter time for you to procure practical busiuess training r which the Business world nxiou* to ptfy cash than W. The wouerytm oual/ the sooner you will nave privilege of selecting a ccessfifl vocation. With a roogh practical couse ol kkeeping, business train- g, short hand, typ...

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

1) 11 I • * V <4- Wejtrier fore«-«i*t. Coldor with rain* causing Ilheu- 1 untie pa los HI'NT'S I.IU.ITN1N0 OIL Flops nil aches and pain* wheth- ; er from KheumatJsm, Pneumonia, i Cut*. Iliirnn or Bruises The Qt'lCK- J EST artlng l.lnlment known 25o mnl no.' bottle* All Hrugglsta Mfg j A II Klcharde Medicine i'o. Bber- | tnun, Texan. w>. nine beard of n man who loved j to pav hlH debts, lull we have for gilt- t««n bin addrea* Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Mailer* Especial Moment to the Progrettive Agriculturist Your i uMl * ulwuyt hnvi* purr at piiihII hi 'u If > .ii have " bottom !<•* oiiik MooklM "A" fr«r Alamo lion Work* «Siiit Antonio. T«**a (4in«'ipiit'<'ii innMr* itnd iMtjrntvMta** m n* M*rlMns rt spam • i' i Un routfl I> - un4 i i I I'lnH'uii' r«- its Tim i r t« fuiulir luit in * w* iCA - f : - a .. >. % * *v f: TrotiWo will nny man hnlf way OpiMirf unify neldom comn with n Ipffor of iu(rciductlon A u Inn man ayN Juit onoti|h and n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 October 1910

— - y." try "ght TEXAS NEWS m ■if. Roy Karl, a 1'alentlne bey, had' his ft cheek, upper lip and othfr parts of' his fact* badly cut Saturday morning j by a whiskey bottle, throwli frotn In- ternational and Great Northern pes' senger train southbound at Palestine.', by an unknown man. . < " Five people were killed, and seven- teen injured when two train* on the Charleston and Western- Carolina crashed together at full Speed, two miles south of McCormlck, 8. C. After three attempts at the organi /.niton of a pool for 1H10, the 40,000 hurley tobacco growers of Kentucky declared the pool off through their] district board assembled in. l.exlngion In extraordinary session. The session, lasted until after midnight, when a resolution declaring the pool off wrs finally passed. The Synod of Texas convened Wed- nesday In the College Park Presby- terian Church, In Sherman.'- The bos aion wss opened with a sermon by Rev. W. M. Anderson, D.D., pastor of the First Presbyterian Chui"eh of Dal- l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 October 1910

1 J )• In. 1 i * • """V " • 4 .■ ' !■.< J - 1 ■ ■ J C- - !n Tfo-s Space Blanton Bros, will keep ^ou informed regarding the Lat- est and best to be had in Dry Goods, Notions, Milli- nery, Men's and Boys' Cloth- ing, Hats, Caps, Shoes, &c,, at prices that will compel attention. Call at our store and will gladly show yob, Sianton Bros. Marriad in Alto. On laat Saturday eveqlng Mr. Jobs McGaughcy oi this p'ace, hnd Mist Ida Womack Cold Springs, were united in marriage, Judge Davis pro- aonncing the ceremony. The bride is a popular young lady of ti e Cold Springs comma* aity, and the groom u aa in/ dastrioue young maa who has * aay friaads here. The Her* a} i joins in extendiug aaa- gratulatloa.s M> lh* happy 0OUple. KUls a Murderer. A awiUtM awdtftf b 4te>tL wfck aaany vlcttaw . King'* New Life Pi* By prevaatloa. They aiat* atowack, lives paaTeutlag that cl %it k a paadicitw, We, headache, bit $y at «u AntgiiMt taraed J 7 11 til J. W. Carter haf Item tha Dallas matl he purc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 October 1910

ji i An Object Lesson. California is the first state .to establish a bird farm. The atep has been taken as a means of fighting the iusect pests and to,replenish the supply of game birds which has become ao sadly depleted by the pot hunters. The farm is located aear Haywards, in Alameda cuuuty, and from heae the y.tuug birds ars sent out in £ocks of fifty and one hundred to allp^rtsof the state. The first species propagated were the larger woodland and held birds, as pheasants, quail, jpartridges and wild turkeys, «ud arrangements are now be- ing made to raise the smaller iusect eating birds, as robius and warb.ers. The farm is to be increased from forty- two acres to one hundred, and it is expected that eight thous- and birls will be sent out next year. The fruit and graiu crops of California au- ptiall}' suffer to the cxteut of many milliou dollars {rpip the snsect pests, aud ttlie pests have become 4j ueh more de- structive as the birds become feaier. ■■■ m Chamberlain's Cough Rem...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 October 1910

mm \ fr I i I*. :** ># '?1 •• n •'•-;■ ■ I ■ .V THli ALTO MlikAl.l) I. I. Mil N. Proprietor A A • •J he fl^h the r< ul father of IU'H. There will continue to I tealhiT tlinn aeroplanes In the high- er altitudes Now* wo lira told tliiit flat life will fiiuK" us tu round out exlslence In a lunatic ur- > I it iii Cincinnati surgeon* nre k«■'i>k to iiii|iiiihI< n cltlsen « hi\ Inrh now, but oot by hn'pliiK It on the grindstone. Fur kkiiim time to cenie, however, I In |.' ipulnr way of crossing tho AI pn «lll In hy mean* of the tunnel under them Good Iniposslb I'liii. 8l them ll tu rt n ri w w t bat • In i over I ho EVENTS BOILED DOWN 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 la Here Found. il<] authority wo . to t.-lt Mil th« .111 V I * pcMS lilt V 1' i that It's Mars, but catalogued rke, Now Jersey (but roplane It must > u« tlint Jumped Sonietln.es It does n&g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 October 1910

wmm ., m A TRUE BOWEL CLEANSER A remedy thit purifies the boweli mililtjr yet thoroughly, ittreugtbens the bowel channels and promotes regularity. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS I* an effective system regulator and bowel tonic. Persons of a constipated habit find it to be Just what they need to re-establish regular bowel movements and to correct the evil effects of the disorder In the skiu and blood. It drives out the impurities that have accumulated in the system. Removes sallowucss, bad breath, pimples, skin erup- tions, and restores the ruddy hue of health to the complexion. (Jc the Genuine with the Flfur* "1" la Red on Front Label. Price $1.00 per Bottle. Howard & LJvely General: Merchandise! NEW AND UPTO DATE Dry GoodS, potions, ShoeS, HatS, Fresh Groceries, &c,, at Prices to Suit, If its FirstvCIass, You'll Find it Here! Your Patronage Solicited. Howard & Lively, Alto, T exas Till' ALTO IIETCALD E. E. ALLEN. Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES On<* Year SixJMonths-.. Three Mont...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 October 1910

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 October 1910

/ / THE CIRCULAR 5TAIRCASE fiVMABV ❖ - ROBERTS <♦ MNEHART JLLlMmWNS BY R y wui wu/ct T SYNOPSIS. Mlsa lnni'«, .«plii*ler und guardian of <5erlrutlt and IIiiIku)*, ealahllslied auninier Iteadquarii rK ut Huiinyslde. Amidst uu- ineroua difficulties lh<- servants dcaerted. An Mlsa innes locked u|> tor Ili>- nlk)>i. silte whs startled by dark figurti on the verands, She passed n lerrTtdu night, Which witn tilled with unseemly noise* In the morning Miss Innes found u etrange link cuff button In a t'luthi'l hamper. Gertrude nn<l Halsey rrlved with Jack Bailey The hoiine was awak- j.<m«'tl by n revolver shol. A strange man 1 U'af found allot 10 death In the hall. It proved 10 bo tho body of Arnold Arm- atrong. whose bunker father owned the vnuntry house. Mini* Innt'H found Ifit 1 - Key's revolver on the lawn. Ho and Jack Bailey had disappeared The link cuff button mysteriously disappeared. l)e- teetlve Jamleson and the coroner arrived Gertrude revealed that she wan ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 October 1910

t ft ' t1 1 -L. H ■ <Stu Omrm—t C—orHbtt Only One Presto Coat Like This. Don't he confuted by the innumerable convertible cJl«n on the ro«rktt. The Convertible Collw i limply a patented principle. If made right it i> ytbcmbd ia miIk'I fj-nttion and hat a genuine uiefui- dom. Made any other way. it m a uuuance aod ttmh to tieitmy the life of tl>« overcoat. Tlx Prttfo Collar Overcoat we *11, made by r iJikl—_ BackmiuJ & Co., hat the oo*stary tailoring aaj y""" Ailled woiknianahip to properly exprca lite —mwi lil collar idea. Thi culler naket turn >«i ommm otu—• aihr ticfc aimwt' for ordinary wtar—t«m *p the CdHm mtd jot have a norm cm'—aod nothing t&mi to <yle or amartne*. It ir on* of the fewj axl are holier* the only convertible collar that U tylid), Hatful and oorrmdy la/7#rW to lotl m #•>/« onJ moifnJmoot.' Berryman & Watters, ALTO, TEX AS iLl-L-. .. -'."-ill. t.l~ J. ill ULLH. J ^eliman Rescued. New York, Oct. iS.—Man's fir«t attempt to cross the oce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 October 1910

V rr— - i. ■ j* . .. . .. fiiTiriOfcl i'f ———- —t cuts- ^-<-^N0lAA ■**- .>' 3 llnfrrr*'JohU^hVk#*!, I'Hii tfilw*. Mfo. rcxfti\vsfofffirtf avSctxwuK"'iss Mul i Mot tar AftofOonorrs*- Morrh.1.1 A7t> VoJ.UME X ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27, t9ro Numukr .17 2Er£/m«?;M SUPPOSE?' Just suppose you start au account with us. Alright-and on your way that day you lose your bauk books. Your loss is nothing Suppose you don't start au account with us—on your way home lose your pocketbook, Your loss is How Much? We Want jour business. THE ALTO STATE BANK M. C. Parrish, Cashier. M. K. McClure, Vice-President. T D. Miller, Cashier. Wedding Bells. At the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Williams, last evening at 7:00 o'clock, Miss Myra Williams and Mr. Jewell Waiters were quietly married, the impres- sive ccremony being perform- ed by Rev. J. W. Johnson of the M. E. cUarvh. ; * r. Both the bride and groom West Point and Annapolis Ex- aminations. I have the appointment of o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 October 1910

— irmw* ■ ••'" ■i .y 1 i i'. < i !• ' V I HE ALTO HlkAl-i I. I. All IN. Proprietor A I Id. I K .N \? TERRIBLE ACCIDENT EIGHT ARE INJURED A mustaolio run come ba< *• The froit l« on the Sunday *li°0l picnic. It will Ink* n *" « torm to do avmy with iitraw hata Collide the llKht chill o' tbl' weather, can you heat It? The hex! «f aviator* often coma down when they leant expect to ' While llie aeroplane le nil" In "* Infancy, It Is a very huxky Infant. Guem they will discard the hobble • klrt now Knnlilun hh>k It's |iaaae. machine careens through the fence and crashes into crowd. STOKtt PASSIS OIT TO SEA I MOUNTING THE SKY RECORDS ARE MADE Latest Reports Indicate Worst Over and Dawafle Has Been Light. Jackaonvlllff, Fla : Latent reports from the hurricane which swept Cuba, Florida anil the Gulf Toast Indicate lhe fieaklsh storm ha* passed out to xeii and the immediate danger Is pan*- ied. At some points tho wind attained nur I ll/ri V CITAI I V UtIDT velocity of ninety mile* a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 October 1910

j2P3®Wif;' HE CIRCULAR STAIRCASE CATARRH OF THE KIDMEYS FULLY RECOVERED & MARY ❖ ROHZRTS < DINEHART XLwmTxm BY \TYHJt T ACB S* S06+J wwn/c* f hro^ •11 HA *b®t bow ! #r> ft Kit. J0« at! * OP a<i*r >rug SYNOPSIS. [Ml** Innes. upliiMtfr nn-1 Riinrdlnn of Wtrudf 4«it«l HiiInov, o#iabllslH d numiner ||ri<<l<|i!arl« i« at Hunn>Hl«l« Amldftt rtU- flcn-ii* dlffl"iiltI *h tin- 8«'ivantH den^rtod. Mis* lnri«*s locked tip for tin* ultfht. lh<" win* gUtrtlfM) ! >' a dark Hkwiv on tin* ■nrunUa 8h< punned a terrlblo nik 1 *• BrtM< li was fill.-.i wiiii unseemly noises. 19 a th# morning MIhh Inm-i* found a Riranuo link cufT button In a «dutlu*s nmpi r. Ortrodc and Hi 1hi'V arrived rltli Jink BaU«*y. Tin- house whs aw *k- nrd i'N a revolver allot. A Mtrar K«- man vas found shol to death I" the hall. g^Jt proved lo be the body « f Arnold Arm Strong whowe banker father own. (1 the P<rountry house. MImh Innes found Hal- P*ev'« revolver on the lawn, lie am! J,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 October 1910

—■ ' yaglHpWf' >v 1 JM lit' ill H . — ^SXfct&L Ji.*n *. - *'«*. 3 Bianton Bros, will keep ^ou informed regarding the Lat- ent and best to be had in Dry Goods, Notions, Milli- nery, Men's and Boys' Cloth- ing, Hats, Caps, Shoes, &c,, at prices that will compel attention. Call at our store and will gladly show you, Bianton Bros. ,U M * * IS ' iJ * tJ 'jm " 5P ' >• - £ :s \ ' i) a* ^ f ji * m * M * M fcj N fcl V ■ ai M an •S ::.r eAkwasarriVe«iVSf#m«r rt«VisH«b«W<r>,£ A. C. HARRISON DRUG CO. Oldest E-iablished Drug Store in L'cst Texas. W wi!i Appreciate a Part of Your i'atrorvge. Wc do not expect all of it SOMhTHINQ COLD ALL THE TIME. Our Cold Drinks and Cream arc as Pure as can be made, Prescription work is Oar Specially *> m IA I f * II H fc3 a a :* ' *1 m . 5: c: r* £ K? u t* n * * , 2; M Ac* s. > • Ex-Postmaster Crossley, who has been sojourning in North and West Texas, was here a few il.i3's this week. Dr. and Mrs. Francis, ao companicd by Mrs. Cobb, at-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 October 1910

wmsm" i ck k- ist ur is r, u 4 INDIGESTION San Antonio International Fair. A remarkable showing cf rusmeeasmiock. t ,. at1 A Disorder that Breeds Dis- ease In the Body, and an Easy Way to Cure it. citrus fruits from the coasi country of Texas will he made at the San Antonio Inter- national Fair, Nov. 5th to sotli. Arrangements have Take care of tbc 9t(>mach and jron will hcetl completed for one of t! C Jhave little need for the doctor. most exhaustive exhibits Oi When the .tomach begins to show t)iese products ever sllOWU H signs of disorder; when the food digests ... cJ: -.- -r slowly and with discomfort; when you U11> fa.,r, ?r exposition. Tile have heartburn; feci bloated and uneasy, H1CU bcliUl'l the CX 111 uit .lie you arc in u condition that needs atten- tile HlCtl wllO raised tUC fruits j t,on- and aie lamiliar with every Prickly Ash Bitters comcts the dia- phase of the work connected ordered stomach by strengthening and i ,1 • r 1 toning up the digestive organs, drivin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 October 1910

if WBPtt.' —,-f *'.T r ■ imm* ■*#- THG HIVAL CAPTIANS. LIFE'S DISAPPOINTMENTS WELLMAN FAILS IN OCEAN TRIP ■M The BJlloon Crew, 150 Mile® Shore, It Tramferred to Ocean Liner. from Clilriimtc fl'vnii, you're no ball film-i Vi i (onlUn't lo*t( 1j a foul If it \s i)H moult In ' l*uln\ • • 1Htout, you couldn't Kotch n fly if it vvn ntuck on Htloky fly pa* pi i till It was (lead an nierlasM'H' in iii:im in I M A l. \ ill \ \M> III II l> I I' Til* S V HIT M 'Jtt k v the '* 4i*inrt1 i.lU'VltH TAKJ Kl.K*-i « JUi.I I' 'Mi \ '<u know ti l 7«'«' '•*"* 'I fin tnriiiul* m plainly i rlnwal on nrry | >ttln. • l.uwinM u U Miini'ly Oulniiw «n i Iron In U«l Ikw form 'IIm' OuiMii" <lr *«' out tnwiinru Mint Iim* Iron liullut i> th« ywta'iu HoUl lif ail *UukW tof JU ttml* rriVAl Ul WUU WIhmi thu putliMit mail In ODCe enrousod In* inuken up for IohI time. P^ttlt'i Eye Salve Restores. No matter l ow LhIIv thr eye* nni> Ixi 01 iviiiiii*«l Ml (If ujctfitftit °> m>I Hi< h . HtiUu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 October 1910

- ■Iir—■ W iiKab*. r^ar mid y of Mv lli'J Mil n I nut o k Hi's m- ust aid tiy a ck a «• n >0 f U a A s®' • !•; '- w vi Howard & Lively § General: Merchandise! NEW AND UP-TO-DATE Dry Good5, Notions, ShoeS, HatS, Fresh Groceries, &c., at Prices to Suit, If its First/CIass, You'll Find it Here! Your Patronage Solicited. Howard & Lively, Alto, Texas THK ALTO HERALD K. K. ALLEN. Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES < tnr Year Six jMonths Three Mouths.... . $1.00 • .50 • .25 All subscriptions are payable in advauce. No name will lie put oh the books until paid for. One of the vainest regrets of adult life is that when we are sorely hurt and buffeted we can no longer go and tell mother and get her blessed balm and comfort — [Farm Journal. A feature brought out by tke federal census in favor of Texas is the large increase of her rural population. In most states of the Union, the fig- ures show that the towns and cities have increased at the expc&se of the rural districts, bu...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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