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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 April 1908

m, % I 1 • r- CChe KnUrrd laniKirv.jS.'l'HH, at (lie /Alio. Texo PiMtoWrc asSc<ondt'i i^s Mail Mutter At torcoivtievv Mnrrti ijm Voi.UMK VIII ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 190S, NI'MDKR 19 W.T 1111 - °^i Woman as a Worker. slhamsi and * Staple Groceries Feed Stuffs A SOLID CAR OF CHOPS!! , [Paper read by Mrs. ]. I', g! Wood at the meeting of the j ^jWoniau's Home Mission So-1 A at Mt. '/Aon, on March, 90S.] Our subject for today is a I broad one for women are do- -A | | ciety, 31 2.3. I' MONEY TO BURN sssssss SHSS sss i If you have money to bum -RECEIVED THIS \A E E a * K Alfalfa and Prairie Hay, Brao, Cotton Seed Meal, Flour' £ Meal, Bacon, Sugar, fclc.f always in stock. | "co^1E~AND~SEE~ME~!" ^ a Before making your purchases, as I can and will save S yen money on your Feed Bill. SMKV ■ Bailey Condemns It. Many Texas democrats.are being called haters these days because they prStest that a public servant of the people cannot serve two masters at the same time—the people and the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 April 1908

K 1$ N V* 1 THi: ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. AFTER THE CHELSEA FIRB ALTO, TEXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Santa Anna recently voted to maintain tier corporate existence. The business men of Melvinncy are arranging to pave the public square of that city. L. M. Debora, a Katv brakenian, injured recently at Pottsboro, died of his injuries in Dcnison Friday. Dallas County assessment for 1908 will reach about $90,000,000, and the rate will probably be 55 cents on | (|otit'ifit'tl the $100. Charles Maeune, son of Rev. C. W. Maeune of Thurber, Texas, acci- dentally killed Himself with a Win- chester rille at I 'banning. Albert Williams, a negro, was ar- rested and jailed for an alleged at- tempt to wreck a Texas and Brazos Valley train two miles north of Hub- bard City. While hunting near Pvron, Tux miles southeast, of Hermleigh, the young son of C. 13. Leslie was shot and instantly killed by his younger brother accidentally. The Herald office at Aubrey was struck by lightning Saturday a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 April 1908

/ !'s i'l # ill SUMMARY OF THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. . The Wisconsin delegation lo the I'opulilican National Convention is: LuFollette, 25; Tuft, 1. Arrangements arc being mnde for .100 American teachers to visit Eng- land during the summer. The 15.ink of Snyder, Ok., and ad- joining buildings. entailing a loss of from $15,00 to $20,000, were burned last week. The French army is going through another seandul ordeal. The trouble is between army contractors and in- spection otliiers. Ed Temple of Paris, 12 years old, was accidentally sliot through the band as he took a gun from a rack to kill black birds. Uncle .Toe Cannon has forced a bill demanding that all the facts dis- covered by the Attorney General in the paper trust case be made known. It is stated that Seaborn Wright will be made the nominee for Pres- ident on the Prohibition t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 April 1908

'i. • -r< JT~ . - y H i * Easter 4 K i if WE ARH MAKING a peerless showing of all the Latest Productions in Stylish Millinery, together with Many Exclusive Ideas of our own skilled designer, MRS. HARRISON, for Easter, You will always find our Millinery Department conspicuous for the refreshing originality of its pro-- ductions, as well as the Superb Values we are constantly offering. Com' parisons made by distinguished people thoroughly support our assertion that we sell more Stylish Hats for less money than our competitors, We have prepared a Feast of Style and Price Lowness that will gladden the hearts ol all callers, A cordial invitation is extended to all the ,ladies to visit our store and inspect our line before they buy. We are proud of our Dress Goods Department, and every lady in town knows the reason why/simply because we arc showing THE MOST HANDSOME LI NIL OF DAINTY SPRING DRESS MA 5 ERIAL EVER SHOWN IN ALTO Our Dress Goods showing stand in a class by itself, i lo lady...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 April 1908

vgr / ■—— EARLY APRIL BUYERS • •• - - Will iind this Store alert—with Newest Spring and Summer Merchandise We've gathered together a splendid stock of Newest and Most Popular Ideas, tand we fed there's greatest pleasure in your Spring Buying here«.<Prices are full/ as tempting as the styles—there's a swing to them that you'll fully appreciated ,>5 We carry the most complete line of General Merchandise in town, and if it's new and up to date, we have it. Our trade justifies us to keep the very best of everything, and if not satisfied with our say, drop in and see MILLINERY The kind thul pleases—the kind that you cannot afford to pass, and the many well pleased customers that have left this Department speaks for itself. We arc making this Department one of the leading features of our Store, and with our well experienced Trimmers, and our entire stock new, makes us able to show you something beyond your expectation. New Line of Oxfords men and Children, and if you wont "just what...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 April 1908

Til m *M* bwV IMVMBMN This woman says she was saved from an operation h.v Lydia 13. Pinkliain's Vegetable Compound. Lena V. 1 Tenry, of Norristown, Ga., WTitea to Mrs. PiukUaxu: " I suffered untold misery from fe- male troubles. My doctor said an opera- tion waa the only chance 1 had, and I dreaded it almost as much as death. "One day 1 read how other women had heen cured by Lydia li. I'inUhntn's Vegetable Compound, and I decided to try it. llefore I had taken the first bottle I was better, and now I am en- tirely cured. "fivery woman suffering with any female trouble should take Lvdia k. I'inkhaiu'is Vegetable Compound." FACTS FOR SiCK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink- liam's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, lias been the standard remedy for female ills, and hits posit ively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera- tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that Ijear- mg-down feeling, flatulen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 April 1908

w. ft SPRING KIDNEY TROUBLE. Vividly Described by One Who H Suffered from It. Mrs. II. MutzabnuRh, of Dtinrnnnon, Pa., nay■: "I wan Kick and miserable all last Spring and an I did not know what wan tho matter I kept going down and down until I was a physical wreck. I had smothering spells, flashes of hent over the kid- neys and pain in pass- lng the kidney secre- tions, which contained sediment. My husband urged me to try Doan's Kid- ney Pills, and at last I did so. They did me much gocJ, and I used In all eight boxes which restored me to per- fect health." 8old by all dealers, 50 centa a box. Fostcr-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. REPARTEE. o Younger—I wonder If I shall lose my looks, too. When I am your age? Elder—You'll be lucky If you do. A Counter Stroke. A styllshly-dreBsed woman entered a Chinese laundry and paid for a laundered shirt. "Why do you wear those 'rats,' I think you call them, in your hair?" In- quired the Chinaman, who had an In- quisitive turn of mind. "Tush, Mr. Jo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 April 1908

-59 s i N HE The Road to Success , No new load <o success lias been surveyed. Thosfe who go in that direction must trav- el the same old way. They must have the body strong for work and the mind quick to grasp the situation end clear mi its reasoning, lint back of t.ll they must have a purpose lofty enough to last for a life time. If one has only phy- sical strength he is on a level with the beasts. If to phys- ical strength he adds only mental strength, Ilin power for harm will be increased aa well ;s his power for good. But with a purpose to make his body and his mind subservient to a great cause and to the common weal, he yaii hope- to achieve and, in achieving, earn not only the commenda- tion of his fellows, but the happiness that comes from the approval ol his conscience. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup Relicves Colds by working them out of the system through a copious and healthy action of the bowels. Reliever coughs by clear.sing the mucous membranes of the throat,.chest a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 April 1908

r^vr- T • Jl i ~ ; $9'? J l nlorr<)Jnr.iiuiVsS, i'lOl.nl llio. nil^, rcva iWstoKki?. a*Scr-jniM t. m - it, r.VtofOmore.vv March .y ijm Vol, imk YI11 ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 24 1908. IS l M BI-'K -2*v22 L ,• .vorarnJ s E« « -r- y^.g I IS upon the and lam Staple Groceries Feed Stuff £ .■ ft qualified voters 111 'certified list of lis precinct 1 j which is prfepared by the A SOLID CAR OF CHOPS!! County Collector as provided p I for ill Section 129 of the Ter- ff'rell Klection ] aw, unless hi., ^ name is not required by law w to be upon such list. All ballots Psholl •RECEIVED THIS WE£ ~ p Alfalfa and Pr Meal, Bacon be printed in black ink upon white p.i p! per and shall be in accordance Jj | with the following form, to- k j wit: i •airic H.<y, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Floun fij 1, Sugar, Etc., always in stock, wi DEMOCRATIC official TlCKK'i" I i | COME AND SEE ME! , ^ Before making your purchases, as I can and will save W yen money on your Feed Hill. A Call tor Primary By the au...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 April 1908

iHIBMmii : wnwmii. ■itifH" vj*iv ^/wjWW it T atf£ i i). we>/5 fc .It w cl ill 1U cl: i 11 \\ t! :;i s< 11 tl tl t Ol XC ■"V - St di;„ /of I'. is ' U*' wi- th, « \v| \v| ■ r<$ fo| th lif Ins Ni iiijr •fill mt "> .in* idi wri ny arc tin ter ev< em sib ht> res the: alto herald T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. AT/TO, TEXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Andrew Atkinson, aged ti8 years, n Confederate veteran, died at hi- home in .MeKinney one day last week. The electrical workers on the Dal- ian-Sherman line of electric railway went out on a strike for higher wages last week. Rev. S. 1). Perkinson of Coman- che, 1. 'P., was called Sunday to the pastorate of the North Dallas tian Church. "« Dr. A. Carroll of Cedar Hill Friday struck 1.. .1. Hale with a hoc, from the effects of which ho died in a few hours. The hog industry is reported to he on a hooin in the plains country, the plain* hogs bringing fancy prices in tile packing markets. The Paris Livery and Transfer Company, with a capital o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 April 1908

i wto&' .. zssm HENS AND PROSPERITY Some Tale-Telling Statistics of the Henyard. The News has for years emphar sized the importance of tlie poultry industry, called attention to its pos- sibilities for profit; and is pleased to see the people availing themselves of their opportunities. Many fann- ers ore making a specialty of fine fowls, not only for the market, but also for the sale of pure-bred chick- ens to individuals at high prices. They have found that it costs no more to feed and care for birds of the finest strains than it does to keep scrubs, which are not only worth half as much as the fine fowls, but their egg-producing capacity is not nearly so great, which renders them less valuable than the better grades. Added to these attractions is the sat- isfaction of knowing that one pos- sesses the best there is. It is altogether probable that the poultry business has made greater strides in this State during recent years than any other. I'll less one gives the matter some i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 April 1908

. , s]| T 'M ue k aH N\" P d| .ill fit.® Ill v Cl . -.1 1) \\ t; I, i St $ 11 n t Ol, VV ' M 1<C! St <n; 1\ wa A n P A a rl O I A < Stylish Millinery \KTE ARIZ MAKING a peerless showing of all the Latest Productions in * * Stylish Millinery, together with Many E: We arc proud of our Dress Goods Department, and every lady in town \j knows the reason why'simply because wo are sliov* mg THE MOST HANDSOME LINE OF * *7i parisons made by distinguished people thoroughly support our assertion | DAINTY SPRING DRESS rV A i ERIAL V that we sell more Stylish Hats for less money than our competitors. We EVER IdHOvV.^ IN Au I . *ri VV Stylish Millinery, together with Many Exclusive Ideas of our own I skilled designer, MRS. HARRISON, for Easter. You will always find our • 4 Millinery Department conspicuous for the relrcshing originality of its pro*- ductions, as well as the Superb Values we are constantly offering. Conv sserl We ' *•" " *• -rfv** '« "W 7 " *MIU V i< IV i J VV I N.V>...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 April 1908

-,y ■ EARLY APRIL BUY vmamzBWKijaasTi., JZVWV*i n Will Hnd this Store alert—with Newest Spring and K Summer Merchandise ^ We've gathered together a | splendid stock of Newest and Most Popular Ideas, and | we feel there's greatest pleasure in your Spring Buying | here*#Prices are full/ as tempting as the styles—there's a swing to them that you'll fully appreciate-.4- •:* | We carry the most complete line of General Merchandise in town, and if it's new and up to date, we have it. p Our trade justifies us to keep the very best of everything, and if not satisfied with our say, drop in and see | ■wa I I 5 pi-! FRY The kind that p'wscs—the kind that u V 8 B L<r ILu (i i ii T you cannot afford to pass; atid fhr many well pleased customers that have left this Department speaks for New Line of Oxfords I L*' men and Children, and if you wont "just what oou want. ' c.ill on us to )V, itself. We arc making this Department one of the leading features of our ' you. We take pride in recommendin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 April 1908

1 '0 / f, f f GARDEN SPOT OF TEXAS What a St. Louisan Says of the Cor- pus Country. From Corpus Christi to Browns- ville, along the Gulf Coast of Tex- as, is the garden spot of the State, according to 1'aul .(ones, of Paul Jones & Company, who has just re- turned from that part of the Lone Star State, where he pwns a large tract of land, all undfr cultivation. No one can realize the extent of the development of that section without having made a personal vis- it and seen the agricultural possibil- ities. Less than ten years ago, when I first visited the Gulf Coast, the sec- tion was give over to the large cat- tle ranches and was sparsely settled. Since then artesian wells have been discovered, and this has been the means of converting the land from a large cattle country to one of the most productive agricultural communities in the entire country. These wells wore discovered by a more accident. It has since been found that they may be opened in any part of the section. Nearly e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 April 1908

M HE COULD BE TRUSTED. FROM SUNNY ORANGE GROVE8. ■ Youngster "Made Good" Before Temp- tation Was Put In His Way. R. A train from the north pulled into the station at Charlottesville, Va. An , ' «lderly man thrust his head out of a window of a day coach and summoned a little colored boy. The following col- loi]uy ensued; jf "Llttlo boy, have you a mother?" I! "Yassuh." 9 "Are you faithful to your studies?" f,' "Yassuh." \ "Do you ko to Sunday school?" ■ "Yassuh." "Do you say your prayers every Sight?" "Yassuh." "Can I trust you to do an errand for me?" : "Yassuh." "Well, here's five centB to get mo & couple of apples."—Success Maga- zine. ' «vV;J v.i-v:. KT> IRS Sift: mb1: IK" ■ riS'a ;7m ■ ' WE ■ - *$r 1' ® Im m Lr A 1 I m ■ The Twice-Told Experience of a 8an Bernardino, Calif., Man. Prom Sunny San Hernardlno, In the midst of orange groves, writes Lionel M. Heath, of 158 Eighth Street; "For fifteen years I suf- fered with pains In my hack, frequent calls to pass the se- creti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 April 1908

■ V r "^^l^SSSSL . nMK.iffiklHKktlUMVMtx ... ■ „ HP «h 1 v ill J16, ucc Joi til! su tra the w'll it . it it I f tio tic 1)(!( till frc tlx COI •J'l foi «n or of W8 br to list tri fo all 111! tri In 1, in CO bu 'a. tli .si; B ()[l — m ar F \v ci FT iz tl ai 1* a A o sf Tl S u p i. (J b 0 1 G (1 ii li ii n V V h t o. t c \ < c ft '•; W • - ■ - > .• OP* W A FOR IKSJSCESTION, COiVISTEPATCOW, KIDNEY TROUBLE. ii tLLANSLS AN!) INVIGORATIS. Solil by Druggists. I'ricc $1.00 per bottle. *i7". ■' V.v -^1 1^3 FOUGHT FIRE IN FULL DRE59. l^irc Chief Oroker of New York led the fighting of u bi.r fir in New York one night r.< <ullv in tuning dress, including pumps nnd silk hat. The chief war in his heui 1 ■ juartt:rs dressed for a dinner when tli«* alarm was given. To l o ou the safe nidi tho chief told hic chauffeur to drive to the Hcene. When he reached the firo Croker took a good look ami ♦hen jumped into !•!•!!•- of tilings. Well alo- in tin he wua seen standing ankle deep in u pudd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 May 1908

'J*. ■&&*•,! \ JL Mi dbe Hito IHerald. Cnlerfd Jamii'rYwS. i'X)!, nl Hie Alto, Tc.xn PosloffKc gsSeecmJCkiisMoil ."luKcr k< I ot Omure vs. North ixm VOI.l'MR VIII ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY i, 1908. NUMUIvR 2 1 MONEY TO BURN sssssss sssss SSS If you have money to burn Keep il in the house where it may be burned, lost or stolen, but if you want to keep it safely where it will always be ready for you when needed, deposit it with us. A bank account will give you a better business standing in the community and a prestige that you may have never enjoyed before. Ii your name is not 011 our books, we will be pleased to see it there be fore the close of the year 1908. ..... Continental Bank 8c Trust Company G. ROUNSAYILUv, Cashier at Alto. pssrr m Texas Iron Melds The iron in Cherokee county 1. what is known as brown n, . , , .hematite, a very soft iron. [gi lt is a rather anomalous: .... .. . . , , . • * . , . When the state bought the state of the public nnnd 111 . , , . . , .. ,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 May 1908

/ i if I I 0£. . ■ I ■ fe-'S? r,r. • -. . STORMS' HIRE HAVOC. THE, ALTO HERALD ABOUT 350 ARE DEAD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. AliTO. TEXAS THE NEGRO FAMILIES SUFFERED MOST SEVERELY. TEXAS NEWS ITEMS PROPERTY LOSS INESTIMABLE By an overwhelming majority, thb people of El Paso have voted to is- sue $500.1100 municipal improve- ment bonds. County Judge Lively estimates the damage done to public property in Dallas County liy the recent storm at $15,000 to $-.'o,ooo. Ben M. Richards, Fort Worth, shot and killed <■ \ M. Birdsull Sat- urdav afternoon. The men had had a dispute over an account. The students of German at the State Fniversity will carry out their customary (Jerinan play in the col- lege auditorium on next Friday night. of $250,000 Matagorda age bonds has been ap- An issiu County dn proved . These are drainage district bonds issued un()'er the new drain- age law. L. A. CouUcr of Richmond, Ya„ is to be the new secretary of the Texas Y . M. C. A. lie has accepted the position ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 May 1908

\ u 1 •f tjfei "Jwl cf m i- 3C (>- fie of i* ay le- li- w- I N [ E I ft * ■ MP* (FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO OPERATIVE UNION ^ OF AMERICA « . GETTING SOIL. FOOD. 5 per cent potash, and got It for Toss money than the 8—2—2 Roods cost. —\V. F. Massey, iu Progressive Farm ler. How Marylanders Keep Out of The Trust's Clutches. Wheat growers in Maryland have for twenty or more years abandoned the purchase of ammonia In their fer- tilizers, and in the meantime seen their crops nearly trebled in amount and their soil richer In nitrogen through tho accumulation of humus from the decay of legume crops. Is it not time for the cotton farmers at the South to begin to realize the vast waste of money and loss of crops they are making by depending year after year on a low-grade complete ferti- lizer, when they could got almost dou- ble the amount of tho plant food needed by tho legume crop for the same money? Letter after letter comes to mo ask- ing for a formula for this, that and tho other, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 May 1908

mi£i- i * K * y * fi To be first in Hne with the new things at all timesUntil you have seen the New Styles shown by us you J/ * t ^t.. ii j x. x. in Kvir.-lif inn1 inviftncy u/iin ^ yj are not sure that you have seen the really new ^ Every department of our store is bright ana inviting ^wilh w ^ early blossoms of spring^ All tell a plain story of what to wear, what those who dress well will favor—things j ^ you will tancy when you see them «.< ^ ^ ^ ^ <■** ** V Laces and Embroideries l A Otir Dress Goods Department is teeming with aii the newest, • /f —J toibncs tor bpnng and bummer, ^5 such as Toulon Silks, Sole Perlce, Novelties. Silk Tissues, Arnold's Swiss £ Appliques, Silk Malls, Persian Organdies, Dotted Swisses, Silk Ginghams M Batistes, Lawns, etc., in all the leading colors; in fact, anything you may wish in Stylish Dress Miterials miy be found here. A We are showing the Daintiest Line of VALLNCiLNi !''. LACI.j, ALL OVER LACES AND EMBROIDERIES that has ever been shown...

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