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

J r «-' r % ■■ f / 1 %. t s I THE ALTO HERALI I. E. AILIN, Proprietor AJjTO, TI£XA.V It's no longer "grippe" In Loudon. Just "Flu." Nobody has been heard to complain of lack of variety In the weather. Aviators are (till making new world records, and yet the sport Is In Its Infancy. I Everything comes to him who waits; another restaurant employe has fallen heir to a fortune. If the aeroplanes will abolish war the peace commission should at once ■ubBldlze all It can reach. Aviators as a class are going to be more careful this year. Natural se- lection will eliminate the recklem •Mies. It took a postal card 36 years to go from Connecticut to Indiana. Bet a dollar he had It In his pocket all the tlmo. In Cleveland an engineer has been made a present of a locomotive. This Is better than a white elephant, as It consumes no hay. In New York they are trying to rem- edy the evils of divorce by remedy- ing the evils of marriage. That seems a thoughtful method. Medicine Hat wants Its name chan...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 February 1911

0 J THE CIRCULAR STAIRCASE ^Ymary ❖ ROBERTS <• OINEHABT llLWrmtONS BY R*yW*trf"> ********** *v MIM-MMM/ct f 8YNOPSI3. Ml** Tnnc*, npln«t«r and K'unrdlan of Ci'rtriidi' and Hnl«t y, «-Mt«I I!hI «m1 nuin- mer lioadquurt«iH tit HutmyHl«h\ Arnold •ArmxtroriK was fount! shot t«> death In 1ho hall. Qcrtrudu and lu*r flancn, Jack Bailey, had i:onvt*rfM*d In the billiard room shortly bcfi>r«« the murd<*r. IVtec- tlve Jarnl«'*on accused MIbh Intx** of hold- ing1 back ovldence. Caahiar llailey of Paul -Armstrong's bank, defunct, was arrested for embezzlement. Paul Armstrong's tlenth was announced. Halsey's tlaneec, l.otilse Armstrong, told Halsey that while she still loved him. she was to marry an- other. It developed that I >r. Walkur was the man. IjOuIik* was found unconscious nt the bottom of the circular staircase. Hhe said something had brushed by her In the dark on the stairway and she fainted. Hallny Is suspected of Arm- strong's murder. Thomas, the lodgekeep «*r. was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 February 1911

f / f*^wm ■ rr rrry- r r ' ',n A v. l —.«• — -•-•• ■.!■■■ t. li.ivc I c.i .lied llltf IAvil'i !'i: hand to <:i-. '.ruv.e the K'i'.i No object was found in. the ro to hvl| ill tills "ragedy. Tl e f< i'< .1 • arlielc con- cerning the .-.id i'.----.tli of Mr. which he could have used Rufni Odom, , :MiK-riy <>f t 'iis accomplish this end county, is l ;k'n irout tin* way. Uvalde Lti'dtv-.Wwp, of 1 ii- d iv, 1 "eb. 3: Tin town of 1 i a'l.'e was greatly f.'iii'.!: 1 Wednesday morning by the news that R. Odom had killed hin s 11 at lii • residence in 11 >i■< city. He 1;nil i > e u.ed 1 nvi' 1 ^ 111 b hin-.. s, liis ;;r'p was packed lea ly for the lii . a\d Mrs.' Odorn had j 11st complete 1 the 1 reparation : :i • 'I'll; funeral services were held ye Lerday afternoon at the r. si - under tlu* auspices of the ,oyeci a mt1 i".i 11 urelay evening i ' ' 1 ' ••.'vcn by Ten and 1 deuce Masonic l,<Kiv,e vf which h was a of llieir earl, breakfast, An in- sta it after she l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 February 1911

> s\ V rot TH I0_A Lj'<) I r I? X T 1) n. s l t. r A., ZZ ■> • , " Pr' ter and j n h. h. ALLlx •'••jprn'Jor. o'd schnf.i « , Additional Lws in \ 11o Car choice li iy u al N. II. Arm w's. J mi McKni.iit w Saturday on business. i Mrs. M. C. McShnn is visit ing iti Nacogd cm s 11:is week an expert in:'n of tile* ; i b?en a?* [sisting Tne Her.tkl throng!. '(OS# |* ra*" °* business, left 4n Tue-'J v morning's train for vcci j Atoka, I )kla , w here lie has accepted a jy>. it ion with t!i< Atoka Press, >le , f t;)e iea(j. in;,' newspapers of tli it pro" ;;re.«sive new State. M INWN OE5J SSSSglsg* _c n-nao* shoes Rev. J ohn .1'.! Ol cit K Is! ni- was a visitor i day. Miss Lela Wali.nv* of For- est, was here ihcpjiag last Saturday. Window Shades, We al- ways have tlicin in stock,— Alto Trading Co. M iss Grace Gtiirn of l\nsk, spent Frid.iV and Saturday with relatives lure. Miss Alliehell King spent a few days last week in Pales* tine aud Jacksonville. Furniture—We are gett...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 February 1911

f I* OWES HER HEALTH To Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Rcottvillo, Mich.—" I want to toll you bow mucbgooil LydiaH.l'inkham's Vo go table Com- pound and Sanative \Vash liave done mo. J live on a farm and have worked very hard. I am forty- live years old, and am the mother of thirteen children. Many people think it strange that I am not broken down with hard work and the care of my fam- ' good friend. . ..... —ml, and that there will bo no backache and bearing down pains for them if they will tako it as I have. I am scarcely ever with- out it in the house. "I will say also that I think there la no better medicine to be found for young girls to build them up and mako them strong and well. My eldest daughter has taken Lydia K. Pink, ham's Vegetable Compound for pain- ful periods and irregularity, and it has always helped her. "I am always ready and willing to speak a good word for the Lydia E. l'inkham s Remedies. 1 tell every ono I meet that I owe my health and hap- piness to t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 February 1911

>■1 V ' I THE ALTO 11 KK A LI) | niissicners are further author - ized and directed to operate I'V ALIi.K.N, l>nii()rio(«>rJ sriid factory with convict labor, using at all times tho.se con SUBSCRIPTION RATES ^Ouj,'. \ oar $ i .no Si\jMonths 'Wi^ee Months ,25 AW subscriptions arc- payable in advance. No name will he put on the hopks until paid for. 11 «■ A Bill The following bill has been introduced in the Senate by Mr. Townsend and favorably je^orted by the Committee ou State Penitentiaries. Au Act to provide for the \o« cation and establishment at the East Texas Penitentiary at Rusk, Cherokee County, Texas,, by the Board of Prison Com miss i oners of \hic State Penitentiary, of a factor}' for the manufacture of cotton bagging, cotton Sacks, cotton duck, cotton ^ope,,cotton twine, and other qoUq;i tfoods, for the em/ pjoyiuent of managing ew perts and of certain convicts *n the operation of said fac/ %)rj', to make an appropria/ tion therefor, and the re/ pealing of all law...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 February 1911

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

MB a EXONERATE OIL CO PUBLISHER OF HAMPTON'S MAQA ZINE RETRACTS ACCUSATION AGAINST STANDARD. ARTICLE CAUSED LIBEL SUIT Hampton'* and Moffett Declare Upof Invaatlgatlon Oil Company la Not Connected With Sala of Impure Candiea. New York.—In the matter of the libel aulta brought by the Standard Oil company for (250,000 damages against Hampton's Magazine and for *100,000 damages against Cleveland Moffett, the former the publisher, and the lat- ter the writer, of an article In the Feb- ruary Issue of the magazine which de- famed the company In connection with the sale of glucose and candy in Philadelphia, the following retractions have been signed In the ofHce of Shearman & Sterling, the Standard Oil company's lawyera in the case, and have been Issued from the com- pany's offices at No. 28 Broad- way: "Hamplon-s Magazine, 68 West Thirty fifth St., New York, "Jan. 31. 1911. "Standard Oil Company, 26 Uroadway, New York. "Dear Sirs: In the February Issue of Hampton's Magazine there was ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 February 1911

/. f ri" - - •■ NlWBPMl CALLING MISSED ©iamon£) Special" The Best Shoes In Texas These shoes give that classy, high-arch efiect, to much desired by ladies who are particular, because they fit perfectly at the instep making the fool appear smaller and neater, Combinecl'with this dressy efiect is gentlfne comfort as enough room is left across the ball of the foot to give'j a roomy, walking surface for the foot. Aah your dealer to show you a pair. If he does not have them—write us. .ST. LOUIS. Irate Woman Gives Her Opinion of Peace-Loving Philadelphia Mag- Istrat^ Magistrate Joe Tall believes in >settling trivial cases amicably, and j <a dozen times a day he is called upon to act as umpire, mediator or arbi- ter, as the ease mnv be. As the sequel to a neighbors' row recently, au irate woman proceeded to the magistrate's office, demanding a warrairt for the arrest of her next- door neighbor and the husband. '1 be prosecutor, after paying the $'2.50 which a warrant costs, chuckled ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 February 1911

V>- */ -£L<? Che Bito IHeralcL enfcw<* lamrnvkt. 1001 .alllic Jlllo. Textii'ostorricc a.vSecon<l( US'. Mai i."1<iHoi Ar lOfConorr.'i.v norrhS.l«7«t Volume JCJ ALTQ, TEX \S, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1911 Number ii — The bank for the fanner is the bank where he gets a good square deal— whether he has money to hi$ credit or if he has to borrow. ; : ,* The number of farmers of both classes who deal with lis is sufficient proof that this is the bank where the fanner gets a square deal. '. The Alto State Bank M. C. Parrish M, E. McClnre E. A. Blount C. C. Francis E. M. Decker 1 Directors Fired Upon U. S. Cavalry. Presidio, Texas, Feb. 13, via Marfa, Texas, Feb. 15.— A scouting party of insur- gents under Eiuillo Salt ado, has captured seven wagons loaded with provisions and ammunition, intended for the federal garrison at Ojinagn. The town is practically in a state of siege and bands of in- surgents are scattered in the hills within a few miles of guard lines. Yesterday sever...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 February 1911

J THE ALIO HERALI; 1 ■i It ■III Ml t. t. Alii N, Proprietor AJ.TO, TUNA With jlmswlnger coats vests aro cut low to (bow shirt studs. How long will the aviators stick to iholr agreement not to Indulge In reckless flying T America has 28 licensed aviators, and the 20 have formed a truBt In order to prolong their own lives. More Ink than blood whs shed over the now famous battle of Ijondon, In which two men stood off 200. In the matter of safety we do not see that the submarines have much ad' vantage over the flying machines. The Cleveland man who sued for "time lost In answering mistaken tele- phone calls" must have further time to lose. New York has a musical comedy which Is said to be not comic. There are others, some of which are not mu- sical, either. It 1b no crime to steal umbrellas on rainy days In New Jersey. And now will not those who are addicted to the bablt pleasu go there? Vienna's birth rate has fallen enor- mously. Evidently the stork does not love the apartment houses ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 February 1911

' 'IWB^ «-v~- -STM^^J _, .,,' __ yrm> -r-, .., .,,„ "--■ «'« """r ^ U ">r* '• " '* ,.- • . v • ■ • ■ I I If I . :marv ^ ROBERTS 9 RTNTHART iLLmmrxm by KvWtflr*? 6YNOP8IS. Mis* Tnne*, *pln*ter find gimrdlKn of Gertrude and Hataey, *Btabliahed num- ro«r i:• .1 >i ] i.11'i'h at Bunnyiidt. Arnold Armstrong win found shot to death In the hull. Gertrud** und her Jinnee. Jack Bailey, had converse In the billiard room shortly before the murder. l>etec- tlve Jnmienon accused Mlsa Inne* of hold- ing! back tvldenct. Cashier Batley of Piul Armstrong'* bank, defunct, wan arrested for enilM>zzl<*tnt*nt. Paul Armatrong'a rtenth wan announced. IlnlHey'i* flance*, IjouIju* Armstrong. told Halsey that while eh« Ktlll loved him, m1i« wan t<> marry an- other. It developed that I)r. Walker was tho man. limine was found unconscious at the bottom of the circular staircase. 8he aald something had brushed by her In ttv* dark on the stairway and she fainted. Bailey Is suspected of Arm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 February 1911

ii PROGRAM r j cssary <1 (iur crops nnd fi uiu for tli ,a.uVutfV^v«:wViV.ViV'. -;,VgV j h Jag of i. Rusk, F> i <;: o a Pr.> vcr I la.: rcn < re:: ■tr.:vs' Union ft* -■ *->- / IZ | .liw-Cl ljc i*ci<3 ui Therefore, be it yc> •.' •> y j !<• Ci> . kee County F.ttui/ j most earn* i uir Store is Always Brim Full oi ! Ii tiy u. 11!.* by. -boug Services, leau uy C R >:3D n- espon: 11 say ;oo a. in Farnu tion A dd re erica Chaplain Welcome W. M. Imbodeii T. G. Simpson Song. Miss Fannie Henry 'Principles and work or the ;;1 am] Cooperative Ass.cia- J. P- Lsne 12:00 111.—Dinner... 1. Address- Add res s- \nt Adjourn to 2:00 p, AFTERNOON. ng F. B. Guinn Song. Pastures and Forage Crops for Fast E.C. Song Service. W. W. McCarty S. R. Smith W. J. Cummuigs l.ixatioii ol tli'.' protection < f o: the contrary w forbidding the 1 game bird for a years—and a 1 cin u ceniciit of ••• Res lived, Fill copy of this re: ii niiilied our sena' : resenlat *ves and Towns^ud o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 February 1911

M.I I.IM- MM . it 4 # THE ALTO HERALD G. E. Allen, Editor SimSRIPTr'N RAT! ) (Hie Year Six' Months Three Months All subs- ad vauce on the t; are juyaiil name wi.l b. mtil paid for. •25 • isi put Tin; Powf; : I Couat> Jmi-xe San -\ 1:: Question Irrel evant. Like htnalor 1 J.icoti, we are vin "tb!e to see Ihnt the tjtf'-tiou c peonn Tl- .rid the qu vi o:i of lynch i i.; are "c ollate" to the ijucst o o:' electing t'nited S-.i'e Senator by dire I vote of the people, a:w li ■■■■ heiuiti.r lioni'i, we are una. . t"> s-.-e why Senator Koot shouh hive lugg'd in those irrelevant tjMvjitions, unless it w.t. to bring confusion into the ranks of thos< who ; re advocating tie popular Senators. Peonage and are very ugly and very phenomena, but lynching : ele t oil 1 nehini. I menacin Texas I'd,. , r _ An opinion handed down in the fourth court of civil appeals in the case ot Tilas Hernandez vs, Slate of Texas yetcrday is an important j at '' a:-t is l,ot a plienomeua quite one in that i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 February 1911

>■ iiV.7" 'W-- &&&■ Has an Old Relfc of Washington. One of tho inoBt lntere tiiiK relics of Oeorge Washington Is owned by the city of Salem. It Is a medallion In wood, carved after a sketch from life. Tho ijame - artist executed both sketch and carving, which gives tho relic added value, llowau Samuel Mc- intire, native genius with a gift for portraiture. He studied Washington ■when the father of his country visited Halem on his tour of tho eaBt, and ma ! the medallion shortly afterward, to adorn tho arch over tho west en- trance of Washington equare, Salem. Here the efllgy remained from 1807 until 1850, when the arch waB taken down to give place to un Iron fence, still in use. This Washington relic is kept in tho fireproof room at the Essex Institute, Salem, where It Is frequently studied by artists and others as an odd and striking likenesB of tho great Ameri- can whom no two urtlsts pictured alike.—Boston Globu. A Success. Byker—1 attended a successful sleight-of-h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 February 1911

THE ALTO HEFALD Kt Allen, Editor• SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year BwlMottUw- •JNjjee Months ,. !M .00, 50 j • AU sM,l>s*rij>jfckyis are payable iu wlvwRtf. N« npe will be jm; u;i the books until paid for. mmpt—' — fy SntlMisiasm. Ktttfcusiasm if the trans- it of we's self into the vital- Boost Your Town. Every man ought to be a booster for his home town. If the place is good enough for him to stay in, and to make bis money in., it ought to be good enough to say a good ] word about. Too often we hear a dealer complain that the 'old town is deater'n a door nail." If it is, who made it so? Its the men who/knock,' instead of getx ting under the foundation of Terracing Habit Spreads. living • * °- prmtclple- Ihines a,id lifting. Its the It s the iwunsprmg of sue- foI)ow who informs every vis. cess, wwvwlerpnse. It takes ,itor „lat „ wjs) t|| > enthns-iasn, to ra.se arm.es, to bird so llleJ |d „ * , j ""'jiences, to bmld rail. | „ laces „ Jc f , ^and nwnfactning plants, And wha[ h ^ ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 February 1911

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Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 February 1911

FLIGHT OF ELIJAH Seailsy Sck ol Uim f*r Feb. 10, 1911 Specially Amnfid lor Thl Paper LESSON TEXT-l Kins* 1S:41—1 :2L Memory Verse* 11-13. OOI-DEN TEXT—They that wait up- •n the lycrd ahall renew their strength."— Isa. 40 :11. TIME- The day after the acene on Mount Carmel, B. C. #09 (or ffit-T). In the wilderness, and 40 yearda later on lloreb. PI.ACB—I. Jesreel, one of the royal residences, 30 ml lee northeast of Sa- maria. t. The wllderneee beyond Beer- sheba, 40 mllea aouthweet of Jerusslsm. 100 mllea from Jesreel. I. lioreb, one of the mountains of Blnal. In our last lesson we left Elijah running before Ahab's chariot from Carmel to Jezreel, one of the royal residences, while the blessed rain wai refreshing the whole country, an em- blem of what (tod would do spiritual- ly for the nation. Elijah was too wise to enter the lair of the tigress. But Ahab told Jezebel. We can Imagine the bitter objurgations which she poured upon her cpwerlng husband for having stood quietly by while h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 February 1911

V1 ": __ '• "... %*> - ••• M ■ IfS / V I .-IL.il. Tf A Co-Operative Creamery. Following will be found the annual report of the business done by the Co-Operative Creamery Co. of Bush, Iowa, dur- ing the year 1910: AuioUnt of milk received $ 27125 lbs, 907123 lbs. cream Amount of butter shipped 238634 1-2 lbs. " " " sold patrons... 25280 1^2 " " " u sold m'rchauts 8367 •" U <( U Price rec'd* $69978 23 7465 ? 256527 $80008 72 979 68 " made 272282 Rec'd from 5 per cent charges " " buttermilk _ 348 82 Total receipts $81337 12 Paid patrons by check $64690 41 " " " butter 7465 12 •" " " buttermilk 348 82 " for expenses 5733 06 Outstanding and subject to check 3099 71 Total ; #81337 12 Bush is a to.vn of about 400 population. The report will show the fanners of the Alto district what profit can be made from their milch cows, if same are properly handled. Yours ttuly, C. K. Mallory. WALT MASON. I've made a million bad mistakes, I've made million foolish breaks, in this wide world of wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 February 1911

dbe Hlto IWerakL finterrf lc/morv..s, 1601 .ntllio. Allo.Totcii'o.stoffioc os3#co/«JO'iw-liil ii*lollcrV lorOxwres*. fturrhv IS7<> Volume XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1911 Number 12 GOOD COMPANY People are judged by the COUK pany they keep. Mue of our deposit slips and a check book on this batik is mighty good company to have, and then some people would be bound to say you had good judgment. The Alto State Bank "No charge for faking care of your papers in our vault." Attention, Farmers! !f fecial.Agert W. C. Stal- ling* will l)c in the city Satur- day to meet with the farmers and farmers' boys who are interested in or contemplate entering the contest for the gold prizes offered by the In- dustrial Congress of Texas for the largest yields of rot- toil and corn produced 011 a given acreage. It is earn estly hoped that the progres- sive jieoplc "of this vicinity will take an interest in this advantageous offer, and that a large number will he pres- ent at the meeting in...

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