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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 November 1910

iimMrSIBBH I Hi aOCU NEWS EPITOMIZED s.yo ^ r I"fc HAPPENINGS OF UNUSUAL IN- K |« J" 1" I I TEHE9T TO OUR READERS, IN LJ I l la I— b.9 READABLE SHAPE. CATARRH! BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC fler Terrible Experience Shows How Perana Should Ce in Every Home to Prevent Coids. It of Sufficient Importance You Will Find it Recorded Here. A \ c !iH - r,\f 4 h a the i f.vi it * duty to y mi mid to oliiorN Hint nmy l c af- flicted lilt* myself. t« niM'tik for iVruiui. "My trou- ble flint c&ine nfler 1/1 K' lp| « + I K l I "l* flhie yearn ago. n kuI li eriug in my head a li d neuralgia. I •m 1T r r «* d liiimt all 111® t I m v My tioHi*. cars and e y •• were badly nfTeeii'd for the I a h i two V'-nri T think from your dewcili tlon of Internal « atarrh that I nuiHi liave had that ulno. ver> Me\ i rely. "Nothing ever relieved me Ilk Hov ion J he iV'fi I >n r li rat ton t loll Mr®. C. S. Sagerter, 1 Hllffered ruiia ti I eepH nu from taking cold "With the exception of Nome deaf* n N>« I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 November 1910

am rer if* l?3 c ? I. hira ric#. 1 s vjy WjJBUR D NLP5IT la 1he Dark. Optimistic. "Although l have rejected you." begs the fair girl, "do not, I ask of you, do not let the fact so Influence you as to convert you Into a woman hater." "Oh," answers the despondent youth, "who knows? I shall take a brighter view of It Maybe In the future I car feel that I really owe you a thousam thanks." Quandary. "And bow do you like doing your own housework. Mrs. MlgglesT" asked Lh< caller. "Well enough." "Your husband seems to be delight ed with your success." "Yea. but I don't know whether to do the work so well that he will con- tinue to be pleased with It, or so poor- ly that he will conclude that It Is In- juring my health." Mutual Confidences. "It has alwa) s been a wonder tc me," confessed the fond wife, "what you could have seen In me to make you choose me for your bride." "How strangely the thoughts of hus- band and wife acquire similarity," mused the kind husband. It took him some time t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 November 1910

w . ■ .™ ... ■Ir ik If, if §. irz-szi-^' fc —•: iaBXT:-.IKU< ' .vUi. •. r-rr-y^'Mi' . .-LL.g^-7 'W>3£*.r. ■ >■'.* . w c : aVMMif V«i«•« ••5(«VmV«i«Viif«VMM JN * «*-, J* v B Bianton Bros, will keep ^ou informed regarding the Lat- ent and best to be had in Dry Goods, Notions, Milli- «*«, M^n'c an/I '•'-vTInt^- . ..c i } ^ i v *.C1 a o Uliv; t >v«/yo s^-1 vjwi ing, Hats, Caps, Shoes, &Cc„ at prices that will' compel attention. Call at our store and will gladly show you, J* * * "M :8 ;3 5 ~iji ' ■--> ; m * m kH ' "1 * :<• A. C. HARRISON DRUG CO. Oldest Established Drug Store in East Texas. We wili Appreciate a la-t of Your I'atrona^e. \7e do not expect all of it SOMETHING COI D ALL 1 HE TIME. Our Cold Drinks and Cream are as Pure a:> can be made, Prescription work is Our Specialty a: m. in c * ?• K, c. ?: ut. 2- fit. * . Motion for New Trial. Local and Personal. Waco, Texas, Nov. S.— Mo-, | tion fr r a new trial in the j ]itn Winfcrd is home for a lease of Mrs. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 November 1910

■ & era Cntr.ru' lonuarv._(i, IooI .atlhe fltIo.Tti*ii 'J^tofflcr. oiSeconaO'mMnliriaMcrAriOfCorwesj. riant 3.1879 Volume X ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1910 NUHBUR 50 I, t 1 V 3' 1 !. (, \ 1 I. c. Take Warning! A man from Nacogdoches County was litre last week and said lie had just lost his house and ali his furniture by fire and $il(H) in C'tsh (turned with the IIouso You sec* we can insure you against the loss m:>r.ey hy fire, burglars and failures. Your money is Safe with us. THE ALTO STATE BANK M. C. Parrish, Cashier. M. E. McClure, Vice-President. T. I). Miller, Cashier. •'Mr, Easyman's Niece." The entertainment given at the opera house Monday even- ing for the benefit oi the Alto Hustlers' Band and for the benefit of the Piano fund of the Methodist Church of this place, was a most decided suc- cess, both from a social and a finanancial standpoint. The play, "Mr. Easyman's Niece," was rendered by home talent nr a most creditable and entc-it.iining mantlet and w.....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 November 1910

Sorre*h*t IndiQnJnt. fin f wo xtrn hjm*« ihIih'ii !i I [lOUOd* i j ,ifn| hountlnd bini icid f*l* >f htl «! *rt .itiil • <4| ih«'1 tlt*• Inirno mil Ma ouNJ only He in 4 ol«1 i#*r#| traUoii of f far rrifloubterily H'n * m« f ipp**n I 1 f 1 - * " said 4{>mi ih!Ih( N«> I i;r>iv* MAOE HIS APOLOGY AMPLE IrUh Lsglslator Ev«n Wlthdcew te« j Words That Ms Wa« About to Otter CITIZENS SHOT DOWN BY ARMED TROOPS uloubledly' " lusctn.-d spei laiut >1 in I in •■o : II111 would h« be ihle ' •oners Hon*" pondered No I All. would lie'" mi hot*(J No ' Tlie> il'm bit" I" 'I"' rf,M a!l,l he miuealed ■Vli" remarked No I. I ' i> t n U • omkIi' tn let hI>ii k i a In' kImiubt be fine ■<• 1 ill Into lilrn " ■ 'on ton tl 'I your palaver lio patM-tl<. HtartlliK "I1 VVIi.it do y in take me for .1 cheese" Fesinol In Three Wefki Ooes What Other Remedies Faded to Oj in Four Mnnth« Mi I.a In 1 tail* Man Ilk'' a raw aiul bleeding plei <• of meal. I « at my lt ends what to d i Medi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 November 1910

Kf $L aw ugh 5yr- imc ha3 the icu- ion. All ac- rds r«. a i *o oa DOINGS OF A GREAT STATE HOOEST STATEMENT OF WELL KNOWN CITIZEN Th«< Michigan Central Exirr-m train •truck & crow<l«-d Htrc-et car at Kala- mazoo, killing eight ami injuring nix p< rsons The Commercial <abi« rorapany ,s preparlnp a plan whereby cablegram* will be reduced RO )>*• r rent in coail to The public Work ha* etarted <>n a ten-etory hotel at Tulsa. OKI* It will coat (100 and will he completed in about eight month*. A mass meeting it. 10 be In Id in •'orl Worth December y by those per- ,sont; who advocate state* ide prohi- bition for Texas. (>us Orn, a Swedish resident near jBurblund, on the Katy Hailroad wan un over by a train and bit- body wait 'completely cut in two. Henry Brown, aged forty, killed him- self three mile* west of Texarkana by curing hV throat from ear to ear with a iKK-ket knife. He had recently suffered financial reverse*. He leave* a family. Peter l.lllljon, who wr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 November 1910

jam MM I . .. " " 3 -v: - y .*■ •.nB«aL xy^.^'iX"^'. -atr-J--".,- * ■ imkv. . SpaGe i i fa i I M I b Blaqton 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 will gladly show you, :i. 0 1 r 1 Li ► f a Oil vu 4- O n Q mam : • ctn m.--t lan^-mwrrw V I' h.i M \ .led Jii. u t elr, U'W oi H tils {.•itclifi tins ncrc \ rf Wn'l M 1 jtr ( f Ktisl), Shook tended conn iicre luol Fri Move m ?.• G nvjhar: ir.tf Qt ■ r.: st< re. urrn> For Salt' Cheap. j Four thousand dollars worth hive room house, 4'2 acres)of new. up-to-date clothing be "f land, 011c tnile we-1 of low u iug closed out at cost at Herrv ju: t beyond saw mill, Applv man & Walter to C. H. Thomas, at Hogan £v ' , . ,, . ... Thomas' Hardware Store. *U*- Annie Graham of \ae ,ogaoeltes, is here this week Seed Oats, red ru<t proof, lbe guest >.f her siste...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 November 1910

V Somewhat Desputatious. I —ttiams&Ej.: <( StefotArl Special!' E.very Woman In Texas Should LooK at these Shoes. We want you to see just what they are; how smooth and fine the leather and what craceful lines they are made on. We want you to know all about them and then we know you will want m>d always wear, Peters "Diamond" Brand Shoes. (This is Style No. 1650.) It is cut from the Finest Patent Colt with Dull Mat Kid Top; Turn Soles, l't Inch Heel; Olympic Toe, Tip. Ask your dealer to show you a pair. If he does not have them—writs us. AST. LOUIS. sr- r- T'r *r- *r ".i-. • <- ■ >r-v . r-~ ■-">r-e>p-^ .p?r_:if £<<.r',Ar\4. Some suit The Purpose of the Mothers' Club Is to co-operate for the better- ment of the school by a better and more social feeling be- tween the teacher and chil- dren. The social feeling be- tween the teacher and children should be very pleasant, so wlun school time comes the children will be very anxious to'yo and will meet their teach...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 November 1910

4 :\~x. gM THK ALTO hLKAl.l GOOD ITEMS OF NEWS 1. t. Atll V Proprietor A 1,1 (I, Ilulld, do not knock l> It really autumn t lam? 1! a ben Is a bird, what 1* blrdl \A> INTIRE WEEK 8 HAPPENINGS THAT ARE WORTH PASSING NOTICE. WHOLE WORLD THE FIELD Dwianiiten art criminal" of the low •nt type. There were hlffli flier* even tLe day* of attkt)Ii>t before Current Domeatic and Foreign New* ■ oMed Down to Readable and Small Space. In u dirigible balloon there la no where to *o but sway. Kxpret > lor I>♦• |ia •" Whoever named It the bulluoi. should try ognln dirigible Fly paper la not a good antidote for typhoid, but It may lie a preventive An aviation meet It opera season for bring) bad weather equal to an UK a iipell of Thoao customs Inspectors are t.e comlltg to expert that thcj ' an actual I) smell Jewelry Cholera hai> gone l< Hlberla of It" no n notion If It would only atay there In perpetual exile' Now approaches the season when the chauffeurs of balloon* will have ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 November 1910

9 - V - ? V IT'S V —— * m OUR NEWS SERVICE KS^&anaBSBJOKaft *:: \ to sThe SteiN-Telegram gives all news of the day "12 to 24 hours ahead of any other newspaper"— ' **k ■ ( (Here is the proof, furnished by our competitors: A .. f Circulation in Tcxea fort WoRra tin. SSV|u NO ... -EGRAM City Edition, kTHREE KILLEO; TWO FflTALLf HURT IN VANflERBILT CUP, RACE;-Bf ~ J Ml8SFDBSEC l flTIME[^ S.rw s ruar « cuti^ T*i^K<\Tt'«t>Ar,4X.aow.u i. rviM «na J :arfci IS TIMES BUILDING BBYEXPLOSIONJSTB— BELIEV^p DEflD: SGORES HUIIRFfl! xSol m TffftftX PA«r&. pout won,.i. txr..v*IWt srMV wonxixo. octrmr.n v.>|L• ovi [PLOSION DESTROYS LOS ;3n«SH«S!WBIE5 BUILDING VAWDERBiLvT CUP RACE REAPS HARVEST OF nn [PH BIDES IN CI1P MCE ^—-""" "SPOHT CLAIMS ITS WCIIMS FOOLHMDY CflNTESTS IDS HEEIES IIMES 8UI« J TOEHIOUStf SLOWS 01 kh use duo mo Mis?! , KILLED; 19 INJURED ! M VANDERB1LT DACE Iflng Price In Human Ul« P«Sd .lor Automobile Spce^l Contest rS £A8 PLDNEES FROM BRIDGE ' ■ r* • I T^maorw. urm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 November 1910

MS, wmw-' ■?:'' " ** *«*.• ■"J< ■ .... .rtWj**KyL«; ifi \ n:f'W ' k Ry if 11 ft'-.'.- M- L ! mm ' ■" l;v -V ;fa t In . m „ * Id In •ict uoro t!. •tu «nd r?fth B«r n lidded lit. the In Vicinity o linn eno f, but the flterer || Wfym too<! of W; K' ancentt , undoti * RRlrnil attract thi not bo In t |y hoiff 7 , ;. 1 ' *,■ i •' "5 r' ' i ' ✓ ','4

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 November 1910

I k J |r 'I THE CIRCULAR 5TAIRCA5C &KMAHY ❖ ROBERTS ♦ MNEHART tuiumnoHd BY KarrAHMT *00 0V 09004 T SYNOPSIS. Mi** Tnn «*. aplriater and guinlim of «;erini<! and lUiiN'y, MtabllnfiiN] *urtim*>r headquarter* txi Hunriynlde AmhUt nu- rncron* dlfflrultiM th« H^rvant* i•-«I A* Mi*a Innea liH'keil up fur th night. *he u H aturtlcd by .1 dark flg;ur * on thfl \*randa J3h*« pMiw^d n terrible night, which wan filial with u M"emlj h. ih.-h In the morning MUn X nti** a found a itranxt1 link <uifT but (on In * olothaa hamper. ttartruric nml JlnUoy arrived with Jack Hallrv Th" hou*«' wan nw ik- ♦nwi by a revolver ahot. A airang" man wrh found idiot to death. In tin* ball. It proved to bo the bptly « f Arnold Arm- •trong. wliow hank *t father own« d the vountry houae. Mot* I tinea found Hal- ey * revolver on the lawn lb' and Jack Hallcy had dlnapi^uced. The link cuff button myeteiioualy «ll#api i ar«Mf In- fective Jamleaou ami the coroner arrived. • Jartrud.? revealed that ah* wo* en...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 November 1910

J 1 «w — ■' * : WM«*« § * mVit'Si«mVi«Wtfir ^ mVt TW 3 "W ' w L* 19 </ I'-l A. C. HARRISON DRUG CO. Oldest Fi iablishcd Drug; Store in bjst Tcxo«. will Appreciate a Part cii l our Patronage. V/ c do not expect all ol it W< if Your at £ v« ' *a M ID SOMETHING. COLD ALL THE TIME. Our Gold Drinks uirJ Cream are js Pure as can be made, Prescription work Is Our facially IS* •V, •*, i«L II «-T 5 ^ ft * xanspTMBBfi * is- }? jivy -; Local and Personal. Suits for everybody at Bur- nett's. Dress Goo Is—Mohair Suit inns—at ). W. Carter's. Bud Powell of W'ildliurst, was in the city Tuesday. Burnett will have a nice line of Ladies' Suits in this week. Jess Allen of RatelifT, i:. the guest of J. A. Allen and family this week. VV. L. Summers of Jackson- ville, transacted business here T uesda). Sam Murphy is the j;u<st of liis parents at Sm Augus- tine, this week. Berryman & YVatters can save you from $4 to £6 on a sut of clothes. <P~ Miss Bettie Hataway of! Billie Miss Maggie Lath...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 December 1910

M K WANT VOT'R BANKING m'HIXKSK THE ALTO STATE BANK iW. L. Parrish, Cashier. M. E. McClure, Vice-President. J' D. Miller, Cashier. rti'trrttiiiiiiiij" A s* < d mtrrrf Irmunrv.*, 1101.11 ui, Alio. ! ■ % 1 office uferan^C i > ~t«i TilleiA .ofOorur.- .4- ttnrrl .v 187V ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY DECEMBER i. 1910 Ncmbi-R 52 Now R >al Es'cte /irm. j Shower of Stars. In this'issue will b seen | Astral vaudeville is protni the local a Is of Jones and |e l for next Sunday night when Brooks, real estate men of 1 a shower of stars wjll be stag- Jacksonville, Texa-. The fact led, according to astronomical that their < Mice is in Jac*.son/ observers. The phenomenon f vi,lc however, does u -t mean | wi!1 oocur at jlUervajs of three | that their work is cnnn.icd toi, , , ;n . . |< , . ., I hours ana glasses will not be W that territory a one. Mr. O ... D.Jones of this linn, needs no I necessary, aItho«KU the tailing introduction, he being thegen/'stars will not be particularly eral mana...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 December 1910

tii|. ai m iii imii TEXAS WELL TREATED BY THE COMMITTEE I.I. All IN, I'rcpt t'lnr A J,'10. ■ i-: \ \ Hou't abuse llie weather man Farewell. Ion* tare*ell to the ice ! tnau ENGINEERS LOOK FAVORABLY ON RIVER8 AND HARBORS. Plii* rather brings out flue bird. Jj{|(lj|JY QOWN FOR $42,500 OD tlur bula Bome men niak* good mouey, bui tulglity little of It A throne upheld by bayonets Is sura to full NOD«r or biter Aviators are pulling down some rich prizes from the upper air From women down to census re turns we are against padding However, the undertakers have |i(>l yd begun subsidizing football. An n Juggernaut the aeroplane 1s running the automobilo a mighty close tare A western farmer extinguished a tilaw. In lila kitchen with milk. Enough wilil We've come to the conclusion that autumn haa spring beaten forty way* from the Jack In nn aeroplane race there seems to tie no such possibility aa betting on a Hiiro thliiR River and Harbor Committee Will corporate Most of Recom- mendationa. In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 December 1910

& XR S- m' 1 lHL.. CAB *wL m w 3a& 1E> THE CIRCULAR 5TAIRC4SE ROBERTS • ❖ RINEIIART n / usmmns SY R*yw/'< 'S U M^rmu ir AUAi /vm/i'a T SYNOPSIS. MIm TnVHM, *ptn.stcr nnd Rtii-irdtnn of Ofrtrtkl^ and Ilalncy, *9tiit llftherl wmmer h**dqUArt< r« nt Bunnystd*. ammnt nu- merous dlftlruuir* th« H«rvnnU An KflH« Inn«M locked up for tti«« night, nhn wns ntnrfIihI by a dark flKur* on tha veranda. Hho pnflK'd a terrfctole nlKlU, which wnn Ailed with iina«-*em1y nnlaeii. In the morning Ml hk Innm found a atrunicc link ruff button In a clot hen hamper. Gertrude and Hntney arrived with jack Bailey The house waa awak- #nnd by a revolver nhot. A at ran Re man wan found shot ,t*> d«Mith. In the hall. It proved to be thr- body of Arnold Arm* strong. who*** banker father owned the country house. Minn Inne* found Hal- sey's revolver on the lawn. He and Jack Bailey had disappeared. The link ruff button mysteriously disappeared. De- tective Jtttnleson and tin* coroner arrived, fiert...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 December 1910

&!• ,, vr .:;*• •■ :«j, I JI im if m t 0 .. w-. v * «</"* * . U-*1 ' ««•' Til K ALTO I ILL A LI ij Protracted Meeting. L I>.i^t<>i Mare returned from I K. K. AIXKN. Proprietor.[Cushiug on Monday la>t. pro-] tractcd meeting having closed SU3 v.ni '1 ion KATES [there the- J iv before, when t foutteeu were baptised and j three added by letter. Rev. • Vi"'i M. O. Mcadof, who assisted ■ liiid in tlic meeting at Cush-1 pa\in ,t vv• t• ilso assist in a meet- J iu^j hereto begin Thursday; ni^ltl P-c S;h, :n the Baptist : meet in In Bio. Mead >r 1 !nerds ii!i inir >'iuct'oti to Altojj ;people who will remember his exec ••lit \V"i'k here a few ■j«r- O ! .ill)'' W ill l>f put until nui'l - vv arnii Winter's Chilly Breezes Are Drawing Upon lis! . Tens t f But! Eg| v V V,n. plates A t 1 o, .. t \ ; yCars ago. All are invited to. jj (i' at lay declared that participate in tin* m- eting. <3 • • ' "s':l'o1 rotten eggs tot Banks On Sire Filing Now. ; 1 i ' ] ''"''s 'i•...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 December 1910

um ■wi nww El@€trl©! Succecd whrn everything else f ils. i In ncrvo.ua prostrnaon nr.J frmalu weaknesses tboy ere the supreme remedy, As thousands have te-jt.f.ed. FOR KIDNEY, LfVEH Af*D STOMACH TROUBLE It is the best medicine ever suM [ over A drugjjtut'a counter. L y>CTYr^PyP* > #CK?* ■;fPltSTTTff J M. Craw: )!<n, M. D. Physician and Stir;. ,5:1. Alto, Texas, Kcs. I'hon:) •) | Office I'lun.c Local and Personal. M;us meeting tonight. Mothers' Club. The Mothers' Club will meet at 1 lie school house next Saturday at 3 p. 111. The fol- Mrs. W ill MeCuistion spent ing program will be* presents est "relay 111 R11.sk. cd: 'J. F. Noe'l is visiting in!,. Reading' Mrs. IIatticT.il/ Galveston this week. ,ls- , Reading—Mrs. C. C. I'ran L M. Lioucn lias purch.i.*✓ ,.,'s •d the Willis restaurant. . Song—Miss Zona Latham. Hon Prior of Rusk, was a "The duty of Pupils toward 'nisi: e- visit. r here Tuesday, leachers, Miss kuhy Rion. Talk by Prof. Oliver. When in need of Kname MrSi 'p. ]y ...

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

*1 t e N Couldn't Be Th.-n' tu ii 1fioj* i liiU'l1'^ W Ktnlth • " xi < dinner In Portland -•«*■' , f ,l" [ horv «t fi lrlt ! I i„. | .11 \ .if i>irit i oil" of thiink | . , ,, , rubbed happenings of unusual in. , „i|,|ti 1 I thankful TEREST TO OUR READER9. in Ml I READABLE SHAPE. ,1 io Mich an old fellow as be | r«| II I' over bis fTin "on :i gold- j inn iifli moon an.I showed inn full Olll If I III' lo llll EOTH FOREfGN AKC DOMESTIC ir, |Mj >• nr. lit U'UHf. j nothing, nothing wbalevtr — f|1|lf |irifvnp/ <f It Was of Sufficient Importance Hlti.k. of the You Will Find It Recorded nfriii l there'll I"' no t |xillt Here. wiling calves" I Kxtraordlnary precautions have besn '' ' "! \ taken In 81. Petersburg ichools to pre ' ' ' ' | ; vent the students making a demon- ______ •'ration a ■ nu t capital punishment. COLDS Cured in Qns Oay "I rrf.iril my (*IJ riire ul bring better than a I Aft Intuicrue finny. ' . \1C.\ ) ih\ A few il.i— 1 I.f MunyonV Cold Clirp will break up an)...

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

m anrmsm W? "TT" I m I I'i' ■■"Ijny I*n 3*ets/$/fc *$bjamcnd) SfieciaC. A Shoe ail your friends will admire. PI Alto School Notes, There's a swagzer, snappy, different look aboat a PetCT3 "Diamond Special" Shoe that places it fa a class by itself. From heel to tip its a shoe you ccn Is I oud of. It wiii fit pc.;'octiy, i:jlJ it's slap: and wear like iiou. Wfcsn joi want a rhc.p for dress, wort or play Vou'll find just what you want in a Peters "Diamond Brand" Shoe. Ask your flatter to show you a pj.tr. If he don't have them—write as. Allcu, i f OIKS I son .JBY-li.01 i!S. | HoWard & Lively fGenera!: Merchandise!;: NEW AND UP-TO-DATE \ Dry Good$, (Notions, ShoeS* HatS, Fresh Groceries, &c,, at Prices to Suit, If its First>Ckss, You'l5 Find it Here! Your Patronage Soli^jtcd. Alto, Howard &, Lively, l exhs Messrs. (). D. Jones of Moi- rill and A. L. Brook of this* city have formed a real estate fiim under'the name ol Jones & Brooks, and will open an officc in this cit...

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