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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 January 1911

I QUITE ANOTHER THING. [The conlidcnce felt by lanncrs and ^gardeners in Ferry's Seeds to-day i would have been impossible to leel in | any seeds two score ol years 1 ten. We have made a I science ol wed I growing. always do 1 exactly what you 1 expect of them. Fnrsalc! everywhere. FRRRY'SUU SEED | I ANNUAL Free on request D. M. FEKRV A C0.,6«troM, Mloh. 1 .f nn ^WrjaVAOU*^ ,r> GOOD NEWS EPITOMIZED witK i ni.iuu ail my money wuu iuy Yoico. Fluffl®—You must sing beautifully. Dick—Not as a tdnger, my dear—as a bookmaker! Motherly Advice. Margery was playing school with hor dolls. The class In physiology was reciting "Now, children," sho said, "what are your hands for?" "To keep clean," was the prompt reply. "Yes," repeated the little '.eacher, "hands were given us so w« could keep them clean, and 'member, too," ehe added, "wo must keep oi^- feet clean, 'cause there might bo an acci- dent."—Metropolitan Magazine. When the suffragettes get In power the ofllee may really seek the man,...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 January 1911

Great Mid-winter Gleoranoe sale! "Get tlie.Biirnett Habit" J. M. BURNETT, Alto, Texas j "It Pays to Trade Here" Our Entire Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Underwear; Notions, Ladies' and Men's Furnishing Goods, etc., is now thrown on the market for a brief period, TEN DAYS, in order to clear it or all Winter Merchandise. Our reputation for selling exactly what we advertise is sutfhient gurantee that this sale will be replete with Bargain Opportunities. Your Choice of Standard Brand Pirnts Iti Our Store at _ Per Yard t/C IN looking back upon our record for 1910, we are glad to say that it has been one of the best in our history. We come into the New Year 1911 with deep apprecia'' 90 in. Fine Indian Linen Suitable for making Dresses, Scarfs and Dpylies, regular $1,op per yard/ Now 75 Cents For Yard tionof the patronage that has been given us, For this we wish to reciprocate in a substantial wayf so in planning this sale we have decided to name an unusually low schedule of p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 January 1911

. n^WUMW 1«l' W 1~W > t)i 1 ti' 3 I TlIK ALTO IIKKAJJ) I!. 10. ALSliN. Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION KATES jk.an.' ~ *-w•' .<* ..JWW-V / ' <^2snrBiT GETTING A PLEASANT- VOHXR WAYS OF- GMRYIM MONEV "• ■ A C£F LOAD OF 51 .oo 50 25 m'.I subscriptions fire payable in ^hance. No name will lie put ; n the books until paiil for. 1 >;ir Year . •. •. • • ■ Six Months Threi- Months. •.. .11. .- T- A11 Instructive Sliaw. The importance <- f a fiut stock show in stimulating far- mers to raise good stock is not now disputed. The fat stock show at ForwWortu and tbe- fairs at Dallas and San Atv tonio are worth millions to the State of Texas in giving l\.s tic tier stock. Tlie cxliv lion of the National Feeders and Breeders' Show at Fott Worth, which is held in M ircli every vear —thi year M :ir:'b 1 ^ ;o iS—brings together the finest cattie, lior c>, hogs a.iu sheep in the United States, and is considered the best show of such animals in tlu United Slates, except the In>- ternuLiou...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 January 1911

/V Joy AND SICKNESS DON'T CHUM A HAPPY I HOME IN REACH ALL TO BE HAPPY KEEP WELl USE /ONLY DR. KING'S A" NEW DISCOVERY/BRSSGHT^ TO CURE ( | COUGHS AND COLDS WHOOPING COUGH AND ALL DISEASES OF | THROAT AND LUNGS Price 50c and $1.00 PR SOLO AND GUARANTEED BY ajli. Dki (i(asTs JOY TO Millions Allow Every Man His Uroed. How more than foolish is quarrel about church member- ship or differences aoout creeds. The word "creedu is derived from the Latin word credo, and means belief. If we believe this aticL you be lieve that, how small the cause for difference between us! And if the other neighbor be-; lieves something else, we have! little rensou to imarrel with i him. If we msmne that we1 are right and that all who disagree with us are wrong,| then we assume infallibility | in regions rujd elect our- selves the final arbiter. Is it not foolish to assume infalti bjlity and to elect ourselves to determine other peoples' faiths? What warrant have we for do intr Jtliis? There are man^ points u...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 January 1911

T2?PB>sr?!SCsr!!riwS^n ^ '<** TFTE ALTO HE 11A LI > | Honeycomb of smiles and wel- P. t]. ALLEN. come. l>ro >ri"tor.1 "The land of Jackson sends ! greetings to the land of Ilons- 1 ion. SUBSCRIPTION RATES i "May God bless Tennessee | and may God bless Texas. One Year Si.o<)I When I was a barefoot boy L':- Months 501 Three Months 25 Alt subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put on the books until paid for. Bouquet for Texas. Texas away among the mountains where nature sings her sweet/ est songs and brawling brooks laugh in the sunshine and1 and dance in the shadows. I ' <• . used to sit on the banks oi the river and watch the cara- , ,, . , , vans of covered wagons creeps 1 lie following, lliapso.ly on ; jUjy like mountain snails with is from tne pen ot their shells on their bacus the gifted Bob Taylor: southward to the wilderness "Did you ever rise from j of Texas, I did not dream your slumbers early enough then that the ragged, rosy day to witne...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 January 1911

A / ViT Scrupulous. "Wbat did Mr lilbrow h:iv winu lr Bund you standing under the inn-lie- (too?" asked Maude. "llo said it was not genuine mlstlo- too," replied Maymle, "and that ha 'could not think of taking advantage of a botanical error." COULD NOT GUESS HER AGE COULDN'T DE VERY WELL. Mrs. Jones, at 52, Rides Horseback As Well As She Ever Could INSIDE HISTORY. Some Self-Explanatory Letters. Battle Creek, Mich., Jan. 7, '1L Dr. E. H. Pratt, Suit* 1202, 100 State St., Chicago, Illinois. My Dear Doctor: "Owing to some dlsafreernent wltA ■ magazine several years ago they have become quite vituperative, and of late have publicly charged me with falsehoods la my statements that we have genuine testimonial let- ters. "It has been our rule to refrain from publishing the names either of laymen or physicians who have writ- ten to us in a complimentary way, and we have declined to accede to the demand of attorneys that wo turn these letters over to them. "I am asking a few men whom I deem ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 January 1911

f ' i >14 >i :fl f# cws T1 j:. r f; 1 i s (i Si m" J\ 'V Demonstration Trains. The agricultural demonstra- tion trains n ut out by several of the railroads dining the past year met with such hearty approval of the fanners that the roads have decided to make these exhibits a perma- nent feature of their indus* trial departments. Corps of expert fanners and lecturer;, are sent along with these trains delivei ing lectures, giw ing advice and answering questions. In several cases, redrcsentatives of the State and National Departments U Agriculture have accompanied the party, as. well as directors of experiment stai ions and fanneis famous in special lines of production. The practice of sending out these trains gives promise of becoming general on account of practical lasting good ac- complished in the way of stiuVulaling production and consequently increasing earn-' fogs. Old Soldier Tortured. "For years I .suffered unspeaka- ble tortiue from indigestion, con- stipation and liver ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 February 1911

u /, sT dbe Hlto IHera Cut rxr< lantjorv>_5. |' 0I ,ol I he Allo.Tcxa^ojIofftce osSeccmdOinsriollMottcrAr|0((Tonore.«. norc h.l. IS7<> /\ Si VOLUMK XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1911 Number 9 The bank for the farmer is the [bank where he gets a good square deal— whether he has money to his credit or if he has to borrow. / .• ; The number of farmers of both classes who deal with us is sufficieui proof that this is the bank where the farmer gets a square deal. The Alto State Bank: M.'C. Parrish M, E. McCltire E. A. Iilount C. C. Francis E. M. Decker Directors The Legislature, State Railroad May Be Sold. Palestine, Texas, Jan. 31.—W. Fitzgerald, auditor of the Texas any othee railroad company, but from some individuals. It is not known whether any trunk line 1 would make a bid for the property Kailioad Commission, t-pL-nt today or not. The logical purchaser in this city and left tonight for might be the Texa i and Now Or- Huntsvillc- He was in Rusk yes- l^us, which ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 February 1911

•* 22& ' i"*" I XH 1 . 1 • V ' V P iys es Good G,^ovvo THE TRUST 1 Yoo'll be de- lighted with the re- sults of Calumet llaking Powder. No disappoints no flat, heavy, soggy biscuits, cake, or pastry. Just the lightest, daintiest, most uniformly raised and most deli cioas food you ever ate. Mghaat reward Wortd • Purs Pood EipmIUoq, Chu**o. i or. GDGD NEWS EPITOMIZED FERRY'S' *C.Ei CV^6k Toirmwtliftfln- mV W* B M ctt flower* and mmm ammmm most lusdoui ' VmMMNi plnV the boat f MM'fln. Ft-rry « PmnTh am becniuiethey never fall la yield or quality. The best Kfirdon- en and formem everywhere know Ferry'n imkhIs to lx> Uio liijfhoat standard of (juality yot attained. For *alo every whore. & |fERBT*S 1911 Seed Annual Froe on riKjucat 0. M.rCBRT ACQ.. . scntrr, mm. Sore Throat and Chest I am so enthusiastic concerning the virtues of HUNTS LIGHTNING Oil that I always keep o bottle of It in the house, and to iny particular friends 1 give a bottle unless they live so near that I can p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 February 1911

NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS Rockdale Is enjoying a sidewalk touildlng boom. Wbartoii Is Buffer Ins from a dearth ot vent bouses A i.'7-ncro addition to Port I^tvaca *ai put oa ttw market last week. Thugs have been at work at Tay- lor recently- Tw -. citizens were held up Saturday night Two prisoners cut a hole through tho Helton Jail roof and made their escape a few nights since. Bryan has under advisement tho re- tnoval of a 250-barrel Hour mill from New Orleans to that city. Ixickhart ice factory Is doubling its capacity, never having been able to All the demands mado upon It. Taylor Is applying to tho Legisla- ture lor a commission form of govern- ment, with three commissioners and a mayor. The Civic League of Calvert is mak- ing park improvement a special work. 'I he census bureau gives the pop- ulation lor Stamford, Texas, as 3902 (or 1 10. An agreement hot ween tho Texas & Pacific officials and tho citizens ot Balrd has been practically closed wheroby tho railroad company agrees ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 February 1911

) TIIK ALTO IIKHALI) b,LL E. K. AND HIS TROUSERS Old 8tory of M n Who Tru«ts Hli \IiliilN. Proprietor. Only P«lr of Trouser* to Hotel Employee. SU3SCRIPTI0N RATE3 () 11< ■ Year. Six Month lll'L " Moll ■ I .00 *r All sal 1 [JSC 1 on the I* W. C. is here on f. u:: 1 " • JO will paid ft tx- It was (he old, old story of the man who trusts the only pair of trousers lie has with him to a hotel employee. "Kerm" Gill and Charles Fath, contractors, went over to Toledo not long ago in connection with a big contract they had landed in that town. When Gill prepared lo retire he noticed that the creases were partly erased from his trousers. As lie dc- nf I1-; annioili, | Hired to present ns natty an appear- ance in a strange town as possible, lie placed them outside the door and I4'. J. Miller, of Tacl:niville telephoned down to the clerk for tho was a visiter* Sunday ',0-v to ta'^ ^or ^em nn^ "luve j them pressed. •see! Expensively c w ? > \7 "! 1x ; y 01 8 < > U .' A XJ O \nj u 0 V...

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

I00PPMIIP"*1 Flowers in the Window, Did you ever stop to observe how the beauty aud brightness of flowers is leut to the faces of the wouieu who lovingly care for them? There is a certain relation between the flowers that grow in the pots in your window aud your own spirit. Aud, whether consciously or not, you are affected in no small degree b> the blossoms and their state of prosperity. If the flowers come out btavely and bloom as they should, you are corresponding ly elated. The sight of them trauquilizes the nerves. The odor soothes the temper. The very presence of these cheery growing things makes you content with the canh and your lot upon it. felt not only by the love of them develops and Mistaken Theory, sweetens the spirit. t The San Antonio Express Love tor flowers is sunshine i. f , ... fi. , iu the soul is ot easy faith. It remarks The heart that is devoted to tl,at wl"'n Colquit is governoi flowers is a flower garden in all of this hullabaloo over pro-1 itself, sweete...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 February 1911

MM 'V vr" ' >,■ ■■ i f •• i ,f EXTRA SPECIAL Thursday* February 9th. For one hour only, we will sell men's neg ligee ;shirts, the most stylish patterns, 500 and 75c grades 35 Gents Frank, Haws & Crouch, Alto, Texas '1111 — '*w~ ^ ' ~"r BATTL.fi K A WITH iHE STRIOKE OF THE CLOCK, 9 A. Nl., FEBRU ii J ress Goods and Staples The i.i;Iic. ar:: .:!! familiar with the advance on all staples for the ist tw 1 \ ■ months. The high price of raw material and the steady advance of labor in the manufacturing states have naturally advance! proportionately with the manufac- tured articles. The result has beet! keenly felt bj' the con- Muners, yet, in the face of all that, we have through shrewd foresight prepared ourselves in all lines, having placed our orders s'x, eight and twelve months ahead. The result is most gratifying to us and to our patrons, as it places us in a position where we can at all times Undersell, In this great Uattle for Bumucss Sale, we ,ve going to make more radical r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 February 1911

i • i r 4 rOR BUSINESS I f * EVERY DAY A Bargain Day From the time our doors open on Thursday, February 2d, and until the close of busi- ness^Saturday night, February iXth, it will be one continuous bargain day. Frank, Haws & Crouch, Alto, Texas BRUARY 2, THE BATTLE FOR A GREATER 1911 BEGINS it Mi -chandise Moving Event, Past achievements as Money-savers, our well k of his great Battle for Business Event, soon to be revealed, and surpassing pro\j f the most successful in the history of our mercantile career, which was ise, S letter Styles, at the Lowest Possib'e Cost to our patrons, We want to ;ine~s andjto do this, we have to get better acquainted in Alto and the sur= tiding the contract is now let, and the workmen will begin in about twenty ) fore doing this, and wiil offer you some genuine bargains in brand new and t prices that will mark a new epoch in the history of price-cutting and our business by following and observing the principle which had been deal with the public i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 February 1911

treyw'*",*• vv K. K. \\A.\:\. THE ALTO 11 KHALI) arc slcainiiiK for F.uiope, that the —.— hills and mountains of Texas are Proprietor ■ ready to belch forth their mineral wealth into the chaunels of trade, and lliat we have good farm land 150 miles from the railroad await- ing the advent of the steam engine. There is something for statesmen to do in Texas, SUBSCRIPTION RATES < >nc Year Six'Months. . . Three Months. . si .00 .50 .25 Peonage in the 1'nlted States re- ceived a wlmk-ome check, Satur- thi K tw to show ■$'■>& J'-S' ,.**** A lM A CAR LOAD OF j| speeches, should be to restore 1 I 4 _C £ ^ jSSr citizenship vie, |00Q ol il I T S | The very first governor should do that he was sincere in what lie iJkf has said to the people in his >£y in Hill county, which Cover/ tW% nor Campbell refused to do, SV* so that he can testify in the in- case against Durham, tinder indictment in that county for whipping a convict to death. • — XM All subscriptions are payable in adva...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 February 1911

j-.-r— ijwisw" WAS LITERALLY OBEDIENT v >f V ©FTEM MAKES A QUICK NEED FOR YOSEMITE VS. GRAND CANYOM WHY MAI !NDA WAS PLEASED Child Told Not to Qo Out of Gate Again Obeyed to the Letter. A prominent Philadelphia!! is the boy who, uuillv bright a certain to find u what ho is ft lllferTHA'PS SURE! DR. I£8 N €19 MEW DISCOVERY FOR COUGHS AND COLDS WHOOPING COUGH and all troubles of THROAT AND LUNGS prompt use will often prevent PNEUMONIA AND CONSUMPTION PniCE 50c and $1.00 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY ALL DUKHilSTS lur Store is Always Brim Full ot I NEW - GROCERIES g Consignments coming in every day, which 2 enables us to sell you what you need. We are '5 gosng to handle what the people want if it is - to be had in the markets £ ALL 3 K!NDS OF FEED — In Stock All the Time- STUFFS IN w_ m m'. z Mf #4 *1 n W •n' A 6* *3 ftl flQ ' P H.AGNEW 5i Buys All Kinds of Country Produce. ;^'w^WWWWkWMWrtWWWVi'3<WWiVWiK NO fnther of a Hvo-ycar-o while not an except child at school, p - ■ - cleverness i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 February 1911

} I i II i > THE ALTO HERALD $3.50 RECIPE CURES WEAK KIDNEYS, FREE t. t. Ail IN, Proprietor A I,TO, .... TEXAS RELIEVES URINARY AND KIDNEY =f RAREBIT UNDER THE GLASS. The Welsh rarebit la a creature ma- larial of complexion, flbroim and com- plex bb to cellular construction, threatening of flavor and fearful an to portent. It Is sponsor to a whole company of digestive discomforts and mother to the nightmare. This Ib the popular opinion, but, lllte many an- other popular view, It Is fallacious, Bays the Toledo Blade. Not that we eay bo. No, Indeed. Hut Naturalist James Wilson, secretary of the de- partment of agriculture, Is about to put nut a monograph upon the genus rare bltldea and each and every species thereof 1b to have the very rleamBt bill of health possible under the pure food law. It la declared In Washing- ton that a special poison squad has been delivered over to (lie terrors of the rarebit. It has passeil through the ordeal Binlllng. Not a man was wounded. Not one lay...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 February 1911

(MMRfi 1 P •> ."L, THE CIRCULAR STAIRCASE ❖ BVMAfiY ^ ROBERTS 4 RINEHART iLLiumnons BY /w ar Mti«w/n T SYNOPSI9. Ml** Tnnr*. Bpln*ti*r nml Bnnr.llnn of Oortrudf und tlulsey, rstabllalti'd iumm'-r headquarters nt Hunnysldf*. The M-rwuits de*i>rt (l.-rt rude nnd HftUey nrrUi* with Jack Bailey. Tin* Iiouim wan nwaknned l>y it revolver shot und Arnold ArmatrotiK wai found allot In ili ath In the bull .Mini Jntiei found Hnlmy'a revolver on the lawn. Ill- nml Jiii-k Balloy had dlaup- peured. Qertrudi' revealed that nil** maiiKi-d to Jack Bailey, Willi wh« ITi ali'1 tulKi-d In thu billiard room ahnrlly before tins lannler Datiitlve .lamlrami ticou "d MIhh Inni'M ot holding bark evidence. Ha Imprlaonuil an Intruder In an empty room. The prlaonrr eaeupi-d (Jertruda waa aua- pectwd berauao of an Injured font. Hul- •ay reappears and aa>a ha and Bailey wirfl called away by a telegram. Cashier lialley o' Paul Armstrong's hank, iln- funut, waa arrested for ernberjlement. r'aul Armstro...

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

if 1 ■ I ► \ Record Breaker From Many Standpoints. 231 new enrollments were added during month of Jan- uary, which makes over 800 students" now upon our daily rolls; ten diffeient states are represented in this 800 enrolls meuts.' This is positively the largest number of enrollments for bookkeeping, shorthand, typewriting and telegraphy that has ever been assembled at one time in any American business college. From pres- indications our total enroll- ment for the year will reach the 2000 mark. The above facts are the very strongest possible argument to the effect that the Tyler Commercial College, of Tyler, Texas, with its modern metlv o'ds and systems, is the more nearly meeting the demands of the business public than any other school in America, for this large student body is only the result of pleased for- mer students, patrons and the busineis firms who employ our graduates. For full particulars as to wherein our school surpasses nil other American business colleges other than f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 February 1911

■ 3r~~ \ Voi.UMK XI ftnlr.rrtf fOfiuaiv .ft, 1001 ,/it ifv Alio, J exit.Mtfaffire o.s5«con<|C *riahrioMerArf ofOmurcs> ttorrio. i$'/v ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1911 Numbhr 10 ;«amaHar-a.r.^JBUB«H flur Legislative Letter AN OL1J MAID i The bank fof the farmer is the bank \Vhere lie gets a good square deal— itfhtfthir he'Iras money to his credit or if I16 lias to borrow. .• / The 11 timber of farmers of both classes who deal with tis is stifficieni proof thai this is the bank where tl'.e farmer gets a square deal. The Alto State Bank .M M . C. Parrish K. McClnre A. Hlount C. Francis M. Decker Directors A Noted Land Mark Removed The monarch sassafras tree iu Liu wood, measuring five feet iu diameUr, by reason of its decay aud the danger iu/ cident thereto on account of its location on the San An- tonio road, has been cut down. This ancient and historic laud- 1 .mark haa attracted consider- able attention on account of its huge size, and it was with some degree of rel uct...

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