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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 January 1911

dlMP .r THE ALTO HI-KALI t. t. All IN, I'topi it lor A 1 .TO, TK \ A UcfUcoa ••"trimobile driving Is tc l>e eliminated. And now will not tho Pullman com pany reduce tho porter's tips? Don't tnind the pessimistic weather prophet's prediction of a long winter Flat-wheeled trolley cars and all auto horns are to bo regulated Id New York. Tho center of population, unllk« most of the sons of Indiana, remains In that stato. Tho United States army wants aero pianos. They will probably bo manned by the (lying divisions. Winter may bo trying to keep It ur until March. It began early and It has been cold throughout. Slam Is to have an aviation week and so the march of up-to-date civlll zatlou goes—or rather (lies—merrily on. Tho new census of Berlin and It! suburbs shows a population of 3,400, 000. It Is camping on New York'f trail. Overstudy killed a promising youth In Baltimore, but there is no dangei of this malady ever becoming an epl domic. A German has invented a noiseless telephone b...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 January 1911

1 r IIJE ALTO IIKHALI) AHEM Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Jin Year Si .00 ix Mot'IIis 50 flin- Months 25 "Mm. Ai: subseriptions arc payable in tadvance. No name w ill be put Jou tile books until paid for. A New Beef Breed. Col. Charles Goodnight of |he Goodnight ranch, in Arm* trong count}-, has mule a iccessfnl demonstration of is cross^bjed buffalo cattle as eef makers. He shipped l^Uiree animals to the Fort $$Vorth packing houses to be r slaughtered and tested for Is It Any Wonder? Read the list of unparalleled! guarantees given below, aud I you will admit that it is 110 • wonder that the Tyler Com/ meacial College of Tyler, j Texas, is the leading school) of Bookkeeping, B u s i u e s s j Training, Shorthand, Typo writing and Telegraphy in1 America, In the first place we guarantee that every state- ment made in our catalogue is true aud £0 reel aud will pay $100 cash to any one pointing out an incor-ect 01 misleading statement. In ibis catalogue we guarantee to give a better c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 January 1911

0* ,/ .. * pp • iVK^' x lr W.„,^ / ll r I. ( Alto's Needs. To The Herald: Alio is the best town >n the in the [stale accor ling to ■ and population. lint this is no reason thai ii sh iid not be batter ii .n it ii iia.i a gujd co'.tn a . | it ii]), and n g 1 . t iri- i . men t■> lu.ibj ' 11<■ thail U is, a::d , or' enterprise sn. : t. ...<:■ viiun to S on it he parts c i t. lnisi; men to make Alto double in population and 1) - ii.. ; enter- t \> r The St^-Telegram gives all news of the dt>? if 11 tP -I" .. ■#** ahead 'offcny otmer newspaper Here prise in the ne\' The fruit a;..; try is growing t tere-L i . ; ij:e.t ■. general lannir_; more piv. ; ■.vnis ly ; tu ta a.-- all iui'.-i becom.. more pr l .v. ) ui.i "r nv conn' ry, Alto i (! I ;'() V 11.) . ais fijl' in Texas I EUh is tj|£ proof, furnished by our competitors: mmmmm««ppMBESM ' juSS : M Fr.rty' to S?xiiy<',Behevect 'Uesxi' fa L?& ''* tgetes Fire' c-_v "■ FORTWbRTt^pMft^^jBGRAM MM Edii-!oi IfiEE KILLED...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 January 1911

THE CIRCULAR STAIRCASE F8EE ADVICE TO WOMEN oVmnv ♦> "OHtTlTS aiNr/jAnr ILLUSTftATtOM BY tsr?H/c*r m>§ « * -m**u Av # SYNOPSIS. MIhh mn^N. wjdnHtrr and cunnllnn of (! rlpud« • rt«l llnls« y, fstablUlnMl Hiunmnr IwiulijuartiTH at SunnyMldt'. Tho MiTvants dmon. <i« rtru<1c and Huliiey arrive with Jack Mat Joy The house wan uwak«ne«l l y a revolver m!h ( and Arnold Armstrong: Wan found shot to death In the hall. MIhh Intx-h found Hnlvey's revolver on the lawn. Ii«* and JaMc Mailt y hft<1 dlHMp- peared. Gertrude revealed that *he wan engaK'-d to .lark Bailey, with whom *!>•• talked Im the billiard room whortly before the murder. Detective Jamlenon accui'd Mian InneH of holding back evidence, lie Irnpriflnned an Intruder In an empty room. Th ' prisoner e eaped. (Jertrudc wan huh- pet ted h«*cauHo of an Injured foot. HhI- •ey icnpixarH and a«y he and Ballev were called away by a telegram. Canhlcr Halley of Paul ArmstronK'n bank, de- funct. wan arrested for embe *lcment. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 January 1911

mm / i' -. , p it A 8 Ji a tl e lb OFTEN QU Additional Local Notes. isited ] ack- mh MEW II Q?S 5COVERY FOK COUGHS AND COLDS WHOOPIN8 COUGH AND ALL TROUBLES OF THROAT MiQ LUNGS PROMPT USE WILL OFTEN PREVENT PNEUMONIA AKD CONSUMPTION PR2CE SOc and $1.00 SOLO AND GUARANTEED BY ALL I)k(JG(iISTS f- MURPHY 8c WILLIAMS ===== BARBERS = Electric Fans running all the time. Agenis for Iueeda Laundry. Hats, Suits. &c.', clean- ed, dyed and pressed. "Bstce Dee," the only guaranteed Dandruff Tonic. Hot and Cold Baths. : : : : Give Us a Trial. — We Want Your Trade. V J Maddux Bros, have disposed of Uieir restaurant business and are now proprietors of the Watkins medicine business in G. R. Watters has bought an acre lot adjoining the prop- erty of his father, and just east of the tract of laud re- this territory. H. B, Maddux j ceutlV acquired by J. F. Allen, now has charge of the firm's Mr. and Mrs. Will Allen of sales wagon. Order Printing of The Herald work up-tO'date and satisfac- tion gua...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 January 1911

i e r r- • J .' I >"',"u 1 d ,• S3 K !'\ J& /\ (v^ v" •«l>^ V Volume XI itnlcrrf iiiiiiKHVt.s. i!NM .ol I he Alio. I cm-im-mi'i.v. flsSctonaCuvs ~lnl i'tuMi-r \ • i< .mun - •"tareh.V lit/' ALT04 TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 19, 1911 Nr.Ml i.I; SBXZZiLU 232E23KV. . iZK OUR DEPOSITS ,,A Jan. 3,1910 $52,630 88 Jan. 3, 1911 85,348 78 INCREASE 32,717'90 "There's a Reason." The Alto State Bank INAUGURATION CEREMONIESjj Oscar Branch Colquit Sworn in as Governor of Texas. M. C. P.\KI.imi... M. !•;. MUJ.-KH. T. ;.:i Pi csidcnt K'C J ..Cashier yjurar."- re-T.«aTr«jrra*TV'- Austin, Texas, Jan, 17.— In the presence of the largest crowd of fashionably attired auditors ever gathered in th ■ Hall of Representatives, Ose r l^ranch Colquitt was today i• 1 auguratcd as governor and A. B. Davidson as Lieutenant- Governor of Texas, the latlt: ( for his third term, Mr. .Colquitt entered the hall 0:1 the arm < t retiring Thomas Mitchell Campbell. The first act of the ia.ter when lie had becom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 January 1911

THE ALTO HERALI 1.1. AlltN, Proprietor A J.TO. TEXA." Even $10,000,000 worth of peace la worth having. Money talks, but It will have to do more than that If It Insures peace. Every little while nobody's seismo- graph is recording an earthquake. Every year this world drinks 1,260,- 000,000 pounds of tea. That seems plenty. Whenever the dressmakers think of other outrageous spring styles they let us know. That latest earth shock might be traced to the militarists bringing up their heavy artillery. GOOD NEWS EPITOMIZED HAPPENINGS OF UNUSUAL IN- TEREST TO OUR READERS, IN READABLE SHAPE. BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC (f It Was of Sufficient Importance You Will Find it Recorded Hero. Still, feeding children on two cents a day and making them like It are two different propositions. If we must have so many warships •why not get Mr. Edison to make a few ■with his cement molds? Now Peru and Bolivia are disagree- ing. What South America needs Is a fight and revolt antitoxin. If motion pictures are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 January 1911

JJTvT ■ mm HE CIRCULAR 5TA1RCASE BVMARY ❖ ^ ROBERTS * RINEHART jLLUdmrnris BY «a^MM*r*Mt MM«uu/n f SYNOPSIS. Mlse Inn**, upln«t*-r ami jtunrtllitn of 3erirui)e ami Halucy, eatabllaTieit niimnit'r hfn*J«juart> i-N nt Sunnyaldr. The n* rviinta <J*«>!rt. IJertnute and. Hnlaey arrive with -Jack Halioy. The limine won nwakwicd by n revolver Hhot and Arnold ArmatmnK wi* found «hot to death In the holt. MIsh lnnes found Halaey'a ri'volver on the lawn Hi- 'in(1 Jack Kiilley had dlftap- Gertrude revealed that she was «*hK"K'd to Jack Hillcy, with whom hIih talked In the htlllard room ahortly liefore the murder. Detective Jumleaon accueed Mlaa Inn'-a of ItoldliiK back evidence. Me Imprisoned an Intruder In an empty room. The prisoner escaped. Oertrude was mi*. IMcted because of an Injured foot, llal- H«y reappears and says he and Bailey were called away by a telegram. Cashier Bailey of Paul Armstrong's hank, ile- Tunct, was arrested for embeMlement. Paul ArmstronK's death was announc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 January 1911

7 mwi-rnt/yil M - ' / rr'''^c-.:.> If you want wear, If you want style. If you want s&tisf&ctlon, • I A*k for Peters " Diamond Special" Shoe. \ % a Publicity a N".c Tile 'disst : : ination 'n ihe ].. ■■ > ; ; m lit oi «• •' ; c 'un-. y tui hi such r. c. as in ini pi: IV. live > .-.vv.'jiy.yv.vv'V''- *?<>'+ .'r ' n b r> OF W i "f J V; ■ ' ifl n.. •A^afiPQ v*I lvu V/EEIC BY •i f.i :r . r v, ■ e ■ peneiue I ; * i 3 'A I . K i ft ; There is genuine, solid comfort from the moment i\ \; i. Deal not r< i r! f t L . L a v .A & S > LUrev/hcre V1 "V Si \ " ,1'-. N-Jk you slip your feet into a pair until the day you throw \A ^ them away, lU The next time you need shoes ask for PETERS' "DIAMOND SPECIAL If your dealer does not have them—-write us. fj ayeM&heeftk J -r S VT ;~.s T yy.'. . :.!v CJO. 41r j. i ra^Tfj; V: J*. .i\ •■! -.i ({ V ' ].;' )> pjj c jy.v Hi TIIK .IJCWKI.KR ALTO, TEXAS A::d get ^ our Watches, Clocks, Rings, Stick 7~" T?and All Jewelry...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 January 1911

N V \s an^strawikiBMi QMAViJW'.. fi li | VI I P A O "J' ■ r d s ■ * . ? 1 y ii T] R H I m -f r a 41 li r: a p f, ^ G ?B 8 f? IJ !•• r, - ^ 3 R R W :1s': < K V l 3 \ vi I if 3 : t Ml ^ ^ o> H '< 1 J /■ f ' A <3 J M k si > 'fi ,V 8 si tj 5 n i] jf J M 5 li- ii ■ « r.> Rl %-■■> a L "ft I )B^ !. Sl. . ^ t& rl p 4-— :•'' f O i ,/5 t u a i i Our Goo- Merc be r I 11-;' 0 It ns, l t Hi 1 cusn in quo " r,cc r,. nab c now- n.. s • s, but s-kouJd bt—to cciv.i 9 advertisement. Mark, ii "co Clothing, Jr.'hoes* Hats, Underv*ear i\: n on the market for a brief period, TEN DAYS> utation tor selling exactly wlvt we advertise is sutfi; ( 'p:-i'unities, i ! ! i oxk upon our rcctfrd for 1910, we are glad to say that it «'• * ■ t. -ior ,r. We come into the Nc.v Year !9ll with - ;!•. ' ;ias been civen us. For this we i'>l to i . >i . .. ••/. a >;n pi inning thistle \v h ive decided to name an un- o p: t!u:t to share our profits with our custom ; i ion-; v. can give th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 January 1911

Some Suspicious Persons Enquired if we were "hiring" a certain "weekly" paper to abuse us. Of course every time a spot light is turned on from Any source it offers a splendid chance to talk about the merits of the products, but 'pon honor now, we are not hiring that "Weekly." The general reader seldom cares much for the details of "scraps." A few may have read lately some articles attacking us and may be interested in the following: Some time ago a disagreement arose with a ^'Weekly." They endorsed our foods by letter, but -wanted to change the form of advertising, to which we objected. The "Weekly" discontinued inserting our advertise- ments while they were negotiating for some changes they wanted in the wording and shape of the advertise- ments, and during this correspondence our manager *;avc instructions to our Advertising Department to quit advertising altogether in that "Weekly." Quite a time after the advertisement had been left out, an editorial attack came. We replied in ne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 January 1911

— . V ,/ " 'I IUW HJ ,1T ■■H-.H ■■ t^F^s^r^rr^^s The Monthly Bank News JANUARY 19, 1911 First Copy PUBLISHKI) BY The AlTo State Bank ALTO, TKXAS M . C Parrish.. M. E. McClure. . T. I). Miller... President . • Vice Prescient Cashier Capital 510,0'0.00 Tiie capital of a bank is the amount subscribed and paid in by the stockholders. Surplus $1,750.00 The surplus is nn amount set aside by the stockholders, at regular meetings, for the purposeof increasing the work- j the confidence t ii e people ing captial of the bank without' atfuond here have in this ban!:, paying in any additional sub- scription. Cashiers Checks $601,75 arc issured by us payable any* where, at any. time, and a Uiighty good way to send mon- ey through the mails. Deposits $81,944.89 Money deposited with us by faruu rs, merchants, women, ch ildren, doctors ^preachers, tea- chers, lawyers, and in fact -ve have customers in every line of business. We have over four hundred depositing customers, and this largenuuiber,toge...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 January 1911

i > o il * t> p p C o d 2 V 1 tmrTx-v. r~-sr. -"-a V THE ALTO IIERALI) JE. E. ALLEN. Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Otu> Year $1.00 Six Months 5° Three Months 25 . All subs criptions are payable ..in advance. No '.lam: will be put on the books until paid for. B. Y. P. U. Program. Sunday, Jan. 22d, 1911. Subject-—"Choerfuluess." Song, No Song, No Scripture Reading, Romans xiv—Roy Cannon. Prayer. Song, No The Habit of Chcerfuluess —Miss Lena Guinn: Spin Cheerfully—Gwendo- line Agncw, | Special Music—Miss Mamie Latham. Cheerfulness at Heme — Letter to Laymen Dear Brotherm- By resolution of the Districtj luTu Crouch Stewards at their meeting in The Influence of a (_ h :er- Jacksonvine Jan i-', and ''3 ful —Mr. Fortuer. courtsev of your home paper, j gpecial Music — Misses I am addressing you tins open p <> The resolution pre Used Extensively by the U. S. & How to Keep Cheerful—-B.g M. Oliver. Benediction. letter. vided for the calling the meet- ing of the laymen of th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 January 1911

I i m r- * * TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS >■ iA Arrangements are making for build lag a twelve-story home offico liuild Iuk for the Southland Idburanee Com- pany of Dalian. Farm work has begun In earneBt In Kills County. The recent raiim and freezes have put the ground In splen- did condition for plowing. Laredo is to get a new passenger depot. It will be built by the Inter- national & (iroat Northern and Texas Mexican Railroads, and will cost $26.- 000. Mre. W. M. Shaw, living a mile north- east of ltoxton, made i!4-l pounds of butter from one cow last year and got 244 dozen eggs from thirty hens. Mrs. J. B, Garabrell, «n«- of the most widely known liiiptlxt women In tho Southern States, died at the llaptist Memorial Sanitarium in Dal- las Sunday morning, • Sunday morning as the Snn Antonio & Aransas l'asa train, making up at Corpus Chrlstl for San Antonio, wag backing out to turn around, it ran over and killed I'rof. Robert Milner, • teacher In a business college at San Antoni...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 January 1911

'■ «■ "v" •> HftMHSl';1 -3 if I $ I I I $ Additional Local Notes. the was beware of sudden that may prove attacks deadly. you can soon repel the most dangerous with DR. KING'S MEW DISCOVERY THE MOST INFALLIBLE CURE FOR COUGHS AND COLDS WHOOPING COUGH AND ONLY RELIABLE REMEDY FOR THROAT AND LUNGS PRICE 50c AND $1.00 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY B03H aijl i>mTc;<;iKTs See Burunett and 14cL best fertilizer to be had. N. B. Nay of W eches in tlie city Tuesday. J. B. Ouiun was in the city from Rusk last Saturday. Onion Setsjand ail kinds ol ! garden seeds at J. W. Carter's. Bring your eggs to Burnett | and yet the highest market price. C. O. Mullinix visited home folks and "others" at Dialville last Sunday. Services will be held Sun day morning and evening at the Methodist Church, invited. We have a large stock of | North Blectrie Telephones, Alto Trading Co. All MURPHY & WILLIAMS = BARBERS —= Electric Fans running all the time. Agenis The mairiage of Miss Tiny- 11 Durham and Air....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 January 1911

V s X ( VoUUMK XI I'lllcrn laiHtorviwd. 1001 .ill Ihr Alio. IVui" «.Wr qjS(V "<us *|ul ."lultci V .of<"onurc< Inn I V IYW ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 26, 1911 NI'muick 8 ac,ek& xsaeaamseKBsn The Legislature. Wc lioif Your IVitronaj; * The Asto State Ban!. < *AI>ITAI< SIO.(MMMH) M, C. Parrish President M. E. MoCli'RK Yice-Pres. T. D. Miu.kr Cashier Morrill News Notes. O. I), Jones spent Sunday with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Morrill and Dr. Rector left Sunday fur Beaumont. !£ Mr. Kinnie of Atubov, Til., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mor* ton J. Kinnie, who have re* cently moved here from I)e* bique, Col. Mrs. 1'. vV. Bartlett of Los Angeles, Cal:, is the guest ot Mrs. C. P. Richmond, Mrs. Bartlett will Isave Tuesday for New York. O11 Thursday evening Mrs. R. M011 ill entertained a 1111111 'herof friends at seven o'clock dinner in hoiir.rof her guest, Dr. Rector of Benton Harbor, Mich. Mrs. C. II. Richmond en* tertained a number of guests at dinner Sunday in honor of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 January 1911

ft* 1 ; Thli ALTO HlkAU l. t. *llt N. Prtipriptur A i ,TO. THX Beware of tliln Ice. "Dog upsets nuto." An up-setter? Why Is he always called a "lone" bandit? Why not Just a "a bandit?" A deep enow would help the avia- tors that have acquired the falling babit. Now they say that the old hoop •klrt Is coming back. Hero's hoping that it can't. Russia Is Importing thousands of typewriters from this country. No, Julius, they are Just the machines. Milwaukee physicians plan to put an end to telephone practice. They cannot see a man's tongue over the wlro. The automobile Is acceptable In funeral processions but the aeroplane is still barred out by the undertakers' trust. Skating season Is upon us—that Is. Ice skating. Skating In a general way 1s practiced regardless of the weather. Before long Germany may be eating Jmported meat exclusively. The prot- eels, however, will bo manufactured at home as of yore. If It Is agreeable to the surgeons, the average man would prefer to he operated on f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 January 1911

mc: . - > THE CIRCULAR STAIRCASE /V X fy: MARY ❖ " ROBERTS ❖ R1NCHART IlLU&mATKm BY tot * «ojuu imu/c* T / SYNOPSIS. Ml*« InnHM. spinster urnl ifuarillun of O'-rtrmli' ami llulXi-y. chIiiIiIIkIii'iI summer hca>|i|unri> i n at Huniiysl(l> Tin' sirvunts desert. <lrrtru h> and llulsoy arrive with Ju.k linilo Tli.' house was itwitkom-d l>y « rfvnlv. r Klaii ntnl Arnold Armstronif *u found whut to d"iill) In the hull. MImh lnnra found Halscy's revolvi-r on lb** liwn. H>- an<l .lit. k Ilallcy hurt dlsiip p mivit. Gertrude reveulcd that "be wan •tnfciin.il to Jiu-K H.nby, with whom *he talk.-.I in tin* billiard r. .'tn shortly before thi> murder. I letecllve .lamleson uecusetl MIih Innes of boldluK buck evidence. II*' llnprlKoni'd an Intruder In an empty room The prisoner escaped. (Jertrude was sus- po.'tfil berauHi. of an Injured foot. Ilul- cy reappears and say* In- and HiUley were rall. d nway by u toleKrutn. Cashier Balb-y of Paul Armstrong* bank, do- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 January 1911

I ; ubi i m i ummui •' j,?:w ' rrW" '' ® ■",} ^jJJp^iP ; --1 iwm'«rawm«.i . j JL EXTRA SPECIAL Thursday, February 9th. 'or one hour only, we will sell men's nog f ligee shirts, the most stylish patterns, toe and 75c grades 35 Gents •Frank, Haws & Grouch, Alto, Texas A " •JJW-" 'w " S —iqf fg} T'! ;$ *4 •10 tma*rwir'**rm-<rt**— W S T 11 f n L 5 I H '* 1 •-•v /r\ p * n*1' 4 r* 0 F 5 H L t' L \i 1/ I j 0 3 A, i., FEBR *■ - r: -OT/«p- «*..« - W ' Car rot em/ ... he loo ro: ly t. ■: n*.p^ancc of this Great Merely air dc, ling's back o[ V '\: year just-closed proved ti : better Merchandise, Bdi nrA volume of business, an , , . Iw-lv, ,n ,. . ', , ■ 1 ■ rouncims c: try. we r.re pitting reaoy 10 enlarge our store building, th . uie past twelve months, 1 lie high vrice of raw material . ' . r t «i t 1 c 1 . ud the steady advance <. f labor iu tlie m an ufact urine states (] days. f * £ vVdUi I to . .( 1 rOCk as 1T1U..U a-S possible before doj la . 1 . .ft. D IT Ct O (ft* ^ rf"* H O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 January 1911

> ' J-'; yg -~m■n^W—i.Wr ' n k /1 iKz, r> <■> $ ii ^Ai, I-J EH 1 o ^ 17 /►* £ } "•S5CMW IWW—llilll I IBM II Mil WW Willi I EVERY DAY A Bargain Day From the time our doors open 011 Thurs lay, February 2d, and until the close of Lusi ness .Saturday night, February iSth, it wiil be one continuous bargain day. Frank, Haws & Crouch, Alto. Texas 3 i 'i n fi fl h RY 2, THE BATTLE FOR A GREATER 1911 BEGiiiS oi U. •roved t k Bett less, an; ling, th fore doi ou at p liar * "e o o :, to de: tore th ^in to ai :| gures, £*■8^ P y'mJ £ U C.V -3*' ' Ji vfc : ^ iidise Moving bv-. tit. Past ac^'rvcmerY;. as IV..'?rv:y-.' .vers, our '.veil 'eat Batt!.. f ^r .t'jsiness ;jvent, coon to be revealed, and surpassing J je most successful in tl lrtcry of our mercantile care::, which was ji t Styles, at the Lowest Poaalble Cost to our patrons, We want to l| The Ihrrv's °:r ; *v ^ ' to do this, " 1 i contract 2 this, ss, at me Lowest _'o:,;. le ^osc to our patrons, v/e want to j inc t,a';v-s 1...

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