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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 December 1910

iftfiii'T.i" riflf r"in1 itn/lii... WW'win niii • i i i i 3. M. BURINBTT= Tho Store Thirt is Always Looking After the Needs of its Customers! ^ i You will always find this store full of New, Up^to^Date Goods. Everything that is 4 j to be found in an Up to No w Dry Goods Store will be found here, i Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits, Ladies' Walking Suits, i Ladies' Capes, Ladies' Fine Dress Goods, A Sucli as Woolen Skirt Goods of All Kinds and Colors, Pongees, Poplins, Waistings of all kinds, Shirt Waists ready to wrar in Linens, Lawns, and Mercerized Goods of all kindsi GINGHAMS in plaids, stripes and small checks. CALICOES, standard prints, the kind that wear. LINENS, in white and brown. SUITING OUTINGS, I'LANNELl'TTES, WOOL FLANNEL, COTTON FLANNKL, 10 4 SHEETING in brown and bleached; Urown 1 >omestic, Bi-•ached Domestic, Cambric, Indiahead, Domestic Cotton Checks i i i A A A i i A A CLOTHING. We are Ii.ui^linr t:i most tip to date line ol Clotlini to be shown in tliis part of the c nt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 December 1910

■ I j£s ; ks,' ' ■ mmZSL PHHhW!|DJMWi wmw-: T'tr-r -a*. Go TO J. E. SMITH THE JEM eler ALTO, TEXAS And get } our Watches, Clocks, Rings, Stick Pins and All Jewelry Repaired, and have your Eyes Tested for a Good Pair of Spectacles. lur Store is Always Brim Full ot § new - groceries! Consignments coming in every day, which 5 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 2^ IN. H. AGNEWI Buys All Kinds of Country Produce. 3e w* www w amnmwmwmwmw# m m j' .7® ;| First-Class Restaurant and Short Order House ! MEALS AT Gold Drinks SUPERIOR , ALL HOURS Ice Cream SERVICE Fresh Oysters and All Delicacies Served in Season Y<Krt* Pa1r«Aage is Respectfully Solicited. MADDUX BROS.,Props. A 'Pint' of Order. Aud now Representative Stamps of Upshur county, "the lasses maker'" has come forward with the proposition to deny the ciiizeus of Austin the use of the capitol for th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 December 1910

■ ,• Ml: A1.I O tlCKALi i. c. uu v frsprleter A I.TO. - 'I I V\ —— CharIIj w hlch I* love for human- in U hIIII tlii' greatest of the three virtu'**. London Is reinforcing Us meat up ply with refrigerated monkey cur- cusses from Peru ttrltlsh iin Olrul exports want Insan It v uindi' thu basis for divorce. Ami *ome will say Hin t It great to be craxy!" With aeroplanes fulling from the r loud:-, ami automobiles blowing ehaul I• iirh Into trees, thin In trulj an uu- n't t lid time. Natural Ice bin been HltD1*' entire ly absolved ot thu charge of harbor Ing Ii ver germs These little pets do- till mill It'll. TEXAS TRUCKERS TURN THE TABLES TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS GOOD NEWS EPITOMIZED Soon how bihI acared that a new circulation. we can't get real good over the announcement counterfeit $100 bill is In It cost ail Ohio farmer J14 2fi for at- temptinf- to kiss Ills neighbors wife Near kisses are as coktly as one aeftl ed and delherod. The population of New York stale Ih nearly 10,000,000, but ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 December 1910

90"Jz&L wm m MM m ■ -vi;. V .if II I \t k'X1 9 ■m WB - ™ . i ^ \ i\ 4 I v -u V% -**> , .*i* IT'S IN OUR NEWS SERVICE • * XhsISter-Telegram gjves all news of the day "12 to 24 hours; • - ahead of any other newspaper"— A * iP't < {Here is the proof, furnished by our competitors: 'Ckc J ' to Texas fort Worth * xx*ra! ktx ««. ^ "" • ~ ' ~ or' roar wowiu ti g*BS at* .EGRAM I *"«""■ PEE KILUD; II IS® HUftf % VAUDERBILTOUP'RflCE; MI IN ALCQ WINS FOR SECOND TIME 4. n -* •k * VOCE X. J FORT W< SEES TIMES BOWS 'WRECKED BY EXPLOSION; 50T0BA BELIEIIES OEflO: SCORES INJURED! Sal iw TifVBK PAJtT*. roar worth. rr.XAflMi \n-\v morvinc. ocronrji n.v« xa timl [KUTH RIDES IN CUP RACE iSPOBI CUIMS ITS VICTIMS IN FOOLHARDT CONTESTS AND HE CALLS HIMSELF A PROGRESSIVE/ IiOSION DESTROYS LOS A1IUEMU HiSI'ia- EUILDIXG VANPERB1LT CUP RACE REAPS HARVEST OF DEA1 IDS WELES TIES OlIM j MKSTERIBBSLY SLOWS \ Mm HOE DUO HID ' \ DALLAS. TE KiUiB; 19 MM JN VAKCHRB" T MSE 1> v _ ! Price In II aman Life ...

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

Hf*" fryrr <Mi 1 / f € t k I • i V I 1 r i iTHntinii 11.i ji.mi U. o. ll Th Jfii" .'UHjifcj Local and Personaf. Salt, Chops, Bran, Oats and Hay, at Agnew's. Little Fjtiaoe Wood is xuf' ferittg from lagrippe. JohnHcuderrton is home from Tyler Commercial College tor > the holidays. rmiuninmm ROYAL w.ANDARD TYPEWRITER Ml. Simples!. Strongest mill Most Practical Typewriter Made PRICK Stto.OO ROYAL TYPEWRITER! CO.! Roya! Typewriter Building New York, N, Y, A branch in Each Principal Cit/. ■■MjJS&Xii Mi s Stella Silnion, who is, Mrs. I*. J. Miller ol Tyler, attending Sam Houston Nor-'arrived here last Tlitirsday jiial, is spending the holidays j and is spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and ! with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Salmon. jMrs J. T. Alien. Annew handles everything Miss Edna Houston was to be desired in the grocery the guest of her cousin, Miss line. Phone in your order. Bertha Durham at Forest, on He'll do the rest. | Monday and Tuesday of this week. T. C...

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

✓ "• *v'y. v pyjHTTy 'VOL ' 3PE HE CIRCULAR 51XIRCASE >XiflV ❖ ROBERTS a msrHAnr ntusmrum er nyM<r"f M tr «wu«Wn r 8YNOP8I8. Mlas TnriPd. aplmiter nnd Kimnlliin of Oertrude nml Halaey. ••■tatillahad aummer headquarter* nt Sunnyalde. Amidst nu- jnoroua .llllli tilth-* (he Hervanta deaorted. At Mls IniH'H locked up for the nlirht *he wh* tartl«d hy « dark llKure on the veranda. Unaeomly nol*e* disturbed hf-r vJttrinif th« niicht. In tin- mornliiK Ml** Jimp* found a slrunxe link cuff-button In n hamper. Gertrude and Halaey arrlv* d Willi Jack Ballvy. The house wua awak- hy a revolver ahot and Arnold Arm- n#[ wan found ahot to death In the Mlsa Inni'H found Halacy'B revolver the lawn. Ilr and Jack Bailey had dla- ■THT The link cuff-button myaterl- ./ dlaappeurecl. Dptct'tlve Jumleaon hfvnj. Oertrude revealed *he #a« •• - j*ed to Jaek Bailey, with whom she Red In the billiard room a few mo- remX before the murder Jamtoaon nc- d MIhh Innei of holding bark evl- ice. lie Imprlaoni'd a...

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

jffitMll lilWiFWjhMBWgt • -, - ,< ■ V ,yr~„ .,„. IMS' # at i I 11 :$•1; H (f A I " t ft I * B'S ■ IE ■ H 11 1 I tW BEWARE OF SUDDEN ATTACKS THAT MAY PROVE DEADLY. YOU CAN SOON REPEL THE MOST DANGEROUS WITH DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY THE MOST INFALLIBLE CURE FOR COUGHS AND COLDS WHOOPING COUGH AND ONLY RELIABLE REMEDY FOR THROAT AND LUNGS TRICE 50c AND $1.00 SOLD AND OUARANTEED BY BOB AI Ji I>KI <;<;ists I MURPHY & WILLIAMS ===== B A R B E R S Electric Fans running all the time. Agenis for Inccda Laundry. Hats, Suits. &c.', clean- ed, dyed and pressed. "Kstee Dee," the only guaranteed Dandruff Tonic. Hot and Cold Baths. : : : : Give Us a TriaL — We Want Your Trade. A GOOD BIG STOCK OF Buggies, Harness, Sattles, Stoves and Furniture in Our Store AND A BIG LOT FULL OF > Waeons, Stalk Cotters,; Cultivators, Har- rows, Steel Plows. &c. $ Spccial Bargains on Wagons an<f Farming Implements Until January 1st. Come and See Our Stock, The Alto Trading Co. "Our Pric...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 January 1911

\ ~\ i v / I / 7 Ito IMerald ;nlrrr< lumrarv, 5. I'Hil, it tin- Alio. I «-*0' .Titof/|<v- 0>vaKWI<(Ciis*M>iIIi*>oIIi,i V .oli'urwjrr v- *ior< hi. I17'> V • Ml' XI ALTO. TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 5, 1911 Ntmhrr 5 1911 We hope the Now Year holds many k<xh1 tilings for every man, woman ami child in and around Alto— and that the things in store f<r us niav he the continuance of confi- dence, good will and friend-hip The Alto State Bank M. C. Parrisii, President. Mrs. Woody Entertains. "Backward, turn backward, < )h, Time, in your flight, Make 1110 \ child ngitin Just for tonight," is the sentiment expressed on invitations hum Mra, Woodv to the members of the West End Club 011 Wednesday af- ternoon, Dec, 2$th. Each member responded to the in- vitation and v. ere enter/ taiued by a Club Christmas tree. The h .ne of was appropriately decorated with beautiful evergreens, Jtlrs. Cotyb assisted 111 rcceiv A New Year's Greeting. To My Kriuids:—We are thankful fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 January 1911

•> 1 ii f/ $ f I; U- i NEWS HAPPENINGS Sunday, January 1, was the eighty- fourth birthday of Gen. '"rise" Cabel. John Wheelan, Jr., a prominent citi- zen of Corpus Chrlsti, who accident- ally wounded himself by a gunshot Friday afternoon, died as a result of tils injuries. Nine iversons wero Injured, ono se- verely, when Texas and Pacific pas- «enger train No. 7, westbound, ran Into a defective rail at the water tank, about a mile east, of Mosquite al 7:i!5 Saturday morning. The postolllce department lias an- nounced that the name of Tarpon postoffice lias lieen cnanged (o l'ort Aransas. Minnie Hodge, ten years old. daugh- ter of Tom Hodge, was kidnapped from the family home in Houston ia 'the fifth ward. The child was taken •through a window from a room in ■which she was asleep. Between 150 and 200 men are en- gaged in the work of building the igroat viaduct that will span the Trin- ity river between Dallas and Oak (•Cliff. The viaduct will be 5,900 feet in length, or one and on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 January 1911

\ na e<| [ >r* t* t b- la lo (• t- It it t r MASTERY OF THE AIR LEVIES HEVAY TRIBUTE TWO OF WORLD'S GREATEST a FLIERS PAY LIFE TRIBUTE. MOISANT AND HOXSEY DEAD ^tolsant Fell at 9:18 a. m. at New Orleans and Hoxey at 12:15 p. m. at Los Angeles. Dallas: John B. Molsant anil ArcJj lloxBoy, aviuiorH extraordinary, wore killed Saturduy. Both fell out of the treacherous air with thoir machines— neither from a great height and Mol- sanl's remaining minutes of lile were fco few as to count u* naught, lloxscy was killed Instantly. Molsant met his death at 9:55 In at- tempting to alight In a Held a f«'W ■>!lcs from New Orleans, lloxsey, who wont Into the nlr early in the after- aoon at l/m Angeles, lay at 2:12 p. m a broken, crushed lifeless mass in plain view of the thousands of spec- tators who were watching the aviation tournamcut. « Molsant, a Ohlcagoan by birth, nftef wi adventurous life In Central Ameri- ca, began aviation in France less than a year ago. lie soared into public ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 January 1911

I I I S'V) ■(/) f IJ ! I flir: ALTO IIKHALI) ft. E. ALLEN. Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES You Can't Beat It. ts^^s You may take ilie Ivditor's M word for it that if yo'tf tfill .... spend $95 for tuition, hoard 4 and qooks to complete a eoursc / of Shorthand and Typewrit-; w Oii<'\ear ,.m. r r Six Months m iii^, or m 15 for a coins.' of w Three Months lelegrapy and Station WorK,/i jor ^175 and complete any tw H All subscriptions are payabl- in advance. No name will In' j ut on the books until paid for. j Some people are bor.i weal- thy, some acquire it and othc: s have it thrust upon them Texas property o .'iters <t now having wen 11h thnist t:;v ou them, as relil estate \a' ' . •. ■ i • gre increasing at the ra'.t mill ion dollars a day, K i *"° w of these courses combined in /a the Ty'cr Commercial College j of Tyler, Texas,' you will have made the best investment of your lite. What young map or woman is there in our com- munity who cannot ra'se $951 to secure a practical bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 January 1911

■ fir ■ Go TO J. K. SMITH TIIIC .IHWK'.KU ALTO, TEXAS And get ) our Watches, Clocks, Rings, Stick Pins and All Jewelry Repaired, and have your Eyes Tested for a Good Pair of Spectacles, 6LD MALTA IS INTERESTING , - ■■ ■ ■ , ^ y Historical Objects and Oth^r Tract* j •f th# Stormy Kalatenet of l l nd In th« M dlUrran««n. te ,Jr £ £ •ur Store is Always Brim Kill ot f NEW - GROCERIES mc: % u . u 3- 5? CoiksS-mi,n^nts coming in every day, which cnabui js to i.ell you what you need. We arc gosng 'o handle what the people want if it is to be had ill the markets £ M *' ALL KINDS OF FEED — - -In .Stock All the Timc- STUFFS N. H. AGNEW Buys All Kinds of Country Produce. *L "3^ ,?BIIr-i.<3 Notice to Tax Pavers. We will be at Alto the fol- lowing dates ;for the purpose ot collecting 1910 tax and assessing 1911: Thursday, Friday and Sat- j01 Solves a DeepfMystery,^ , "I want to thank you from tie bo) ow of my heart." wrote C J • lia-Ur of I,ewisbtirg, VV, Ya., "f> r t!i wonderful double be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 January 1911

I I 1 $ ? i < ' i HI TI1K ALTO HERALD 1.1. AlltN, Proprietor AJ.TO, TEXAS There 1b still a place for tbe horsf la tills auto-flylng age. Progressive farmers are now plow- ing by gasoline, thus having more hay to sell. Will the International school of peace organize a football team and go out after the championship? A Wlnsted (Conn.) farmer has trained a rooster to ride a bicycle. This Is somethiug to crow about. A Swigs docto- ssa) that drunkards live longer than total abstainers. Still, even this is no excuse lor being ono. It Is planned lo unionize the hoboes. Excellent. And then stop them from working other people utter union hours. Montenegro Is n kingdom now In- stead of a mero principality Over In Montenegro there are people proba- bly who think wo care. HAPPENINGS OF UNUSUAL IN- TEREST TO OUR READERS, IN READABLE SHAPE. BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC If It Was of Sufficient Importance You Will Find It Recorded Here. The man who Introduced moving pictures into this country Is de...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 January 1911

\ THE CIRCULAR STMlKASl ❖ MARY ' ROBERTS * RINEHART HLuamnoM BY C6TH/<~r net • 0MAI «ftr«/ca I SYNOPSIS. Mt.«« Inn**. spinster and ffwarritan of (Jfrlrudc nnd Kalncy, rHtnlillwln-ii tuimmer n<*a(1(|uiirt<rx at SunrtynliU* Amidst nil- inernui* ultii-N ihv acrvunts dcscrlHl Am Minn Inn** lorkc<| up for tlie nl«lil *h« wun atnrtletJ l>> n lnrk figure on the veranda UnHi-pmly n«ds« s disturbed 1i«t during the mulit In the morning Ml** Innes found a HtninK" link < tiff button In a hamper. <i<rtrud«- and Ilals#y arrived with Jack Ilulli) The houw was nwak- ened by u rovdlviT nhot and Arnold Ann- fttronjc wa« found hot t<« denth In tho hall. MIdh Innt'K found HuIh'V'm revolver on (hi* lawn Hi- and Ja< k liailt-y had dl - appfurrd The link rulT hutton inynterl- oufily disappeared. Inactive Janilfson arrived (••-rtrud*- re\ealed she wax en* «uk*'«l to Jn<k Halley, with whom *h« talked In tho billiard room a few mo- iiuritN before the murder Jatnlenon a<...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 January 1911

^8idiii66SS6Bi^i rrm^Km\v*hmi s ,* { I 9 * 1 & 1,1'"^S! V-'. '""-.'I-'a-"-- • A HAPPY HOME IN REACH IF ALL Joy AND SICKNESS PONT CHUM to be happy keep well USE ONLY DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY/brought TO CURE COUGHS ANP COLDS V TO whooping cough \ Millions AND ALL DISEASES OF THROAT AND LUNGS Price 50c and 91.00 Sqm AND GUARANTEED BY AI.I. l>RlTCiCiISTS <fz MURPHY 8c WILLIAMS ===== BARBERS - Eleetrip Fans running all the time. Agenis for Ineeda Laundty. Hats, Suits. &e.', clean ed, dyed and pressed. ,(Kstee Dee," the only guaranteed Dandruff Funic. Hot and Cold Baths. : : : : Give Us a Trial. — We Want Your Trade. FOR SALE. A twenty barrel iron cistern, been used but a few weeks, | will be sold cheap. Inquire at this office. John Henderson, after a pleasant visit with home folks and friends here, has return- ed to his duties in the Tyler Commercial College. 1- A Long, who has been visaing at the home of Mr, and Mrs, J. T. Allen for sev- eral days, returned to his work in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 January 1911

i a ■ XI ftufcrcC Jnnvxii.K.8, inni itifu* Alfo,Tex.nMsfofflc® o.%S«jcon«iCnjssMoiifluHcrAr ofCoivjres,.- Morel vifl'/v ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANTAR\ 12, 1911 Nun: tr.-znzsz',t«5S3«^ 1 OUR DEPOSITS Jan. 3, 1910 $52,630 88 Jan. 3. J911 85,34s 78 INCREASE 32,717 90 "There's a Reason." The Alto State Bank M. C. Parrisii President M. E. McCu'rk Vice-Pres. T. D, Miller Cashier Ravburn Elected upeakor. Austin, Texa*, Jan. jo.— Hon. Sam T. Rayburn of Fannin ccunty, was today J elected Speaker of the House I of Representatives of the 32nd Legislature, defeating Hon Clarence E. Gilmore 1 >y a nar- row margin. Senator Claude Hudspeth of El 1'aso county, was elected President Pro Tem of the Sen- ate. J i The election of the Speaker ! was abeut as clean a fight as 1 lias ever been witnessed at the Texas capital. There was an entire absence of scandal- inongiug and bitter feeling j inn at the conclusion appar- jest of feeling prevailed. Continental State Bank cf Alto, Texas Capital Stock Sur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 January 1911

Returning the Compliment. Urn. h'uritwuy I suppose you Imve forgotten that thin is tliu anniversary of your wedding day? Professor Faraway (abstracting himself from conic sections)—Eh? What? Dear inc! is It, really? And when Is your's, dear?—Stray Stories. Dr. Picrce'h I'leumini lVllets firs' put up 40 years n«o. ^Thev regulate nm' invigor- ate, stomach, liver and how 1 . Sugar- coated tiny '"^nulo*-. Thorn ik ulwayg poirciii in the wound tliftt 1h Inflicted by a friend. Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures all humors, catarrh and rheumatism, relieves that tired feeling, restores the appetite, cures paleness, nervousness, builds up the whole system. Oct it today in nximl liquid fnrm or chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs. For Sprains "Gave Instant Relief". SLOAN'S uftlMENT "I fell and sprained my arm and was in terrible pain. I could not use my hand or arm without intense suffering until a neighbor told me to use Sloan's Liniment The first application gave me instant relief and I can now use m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 January 1911

aa •sraB; il ir | <57?va? vby WILBUR D NETOT Dotted-Zme DottinejiP I He'd brrn rutting puxxl® plcturea for tha children every week. And Ht last he rope In frenzy and begun to wildly apeak: "Planno be careful when you Irlin rno; I'm h pintle picture now-" Then ho alnpped Ills palm with vigor on hia RUperhented brow— "You will flnil complete Instruction* ut the aide of the <leelgn, Itut be aura that when you fold me, fold mu on the dotted line. "If the denier doesn't (rive mo with tha paper that you buy Tell him that he Is 11 robber and then swat him In the eye. Lay me on the dlnlng-tnbta when the breakfast hour Is o'er Or If baby wants to watch It spread me out upon tho floor. Note the letters and the figures where the sections all combine. And be sure that when you fold me, fold me on the dotted line. "I'm a steamboat and an engine, and a horse and wagon, too; You will And that every Hunday I am al- ways something new. Pleap* be careful when you're working over me with hHppy h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 January 1911

i >«>rrwu7n Mi t ■i i i 1 t Til K ALTO 11EKALD K. E. ALLEN. Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES The Legislature, ' " r' "VJ yX ^ Austin, Texas, Jan. 9.— The Thirty-second legislature lias opened with a blaze of Three Months l°A&ory aud tllc Capital City is ' illuminated like a birthday All subscription., are payable in cake. The solons are as a lot of fellows as ever under took to think in new chatv! ' j nels. There are currents and i The Jacksonville Reformer j under currents in politics, but yj has changed hands, Mr. A. A. the influence for progress in Lyford having sold his inteiv j the 32nd legislature is as f One Year $1.00 Six Months 50 advance. No name will be put 011 the books until paid for. t«iir'.«yy-3wmntiwrai % -m z est in the paper to Mr. II. W. Whitley. Texas cannot be developed with home capital and if tliii. gener:.'.tion proposes to develop the .state we must get men and money from the outside, and an invitation to honicseekers ami capitalists is cordially ex,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 January 1911

V \/ Y Go to ,1. E. SMITH TIIE JKWKIJSR ALTO, TEXAS And get }our Watches, Clocks, Rings, Stick Pins and All Jewelry Repaired, and have your Eyes Tested for a Good Pair of Spectacles, "If Love Were Always Laughter." m ^ % Dur Store is Always Brim Full ot • NEW - GROCERIES I •J Consignments coming in every day, which 2j enables us to sell you what you need. We are ; gosng to handle what the people want if it is to be had in the markets K ALL KINDS OF FEED STUFFS 5 *> « • In .Stock All the Time —- ^ IN. L jj\ Buys All Kinds ol Country Produce, w7 I : n 'OBE^a 0 mi One at a Time. Card ol Thanks. The fair damsel panted for To those kind friends who ,, , , . . assisted us in the illmess and •' Algenu 11, slie exclaimed, , , c . , . r , "you mnstu't — buoch yo« ™„our be,0,«i (a""!r. kisses—like that.'*—Ex. R- M- Alien, we tender snv cere and heartfelt thanks. Visit our saddle and liar/ May Heaven's choicest bless- ness department—it is coin- ings ever attend them and plete 111 every way...

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