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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 February 1911

J s i Doctors Said Health Gone Suffered with Throat Trouble Mr. B. W. D. U a r nes, ex - Sheriff of Warren County, Tennessee, In a letter from Jlc- M 1 n n vlllu. Ten ncssce, writes: "I had throat trouble and had three doe- tors treating mo. All failed to do me any Rood, and p r onouneed m y health Bonn. I con- eluded to try Peruna, and after using four bot- tles can say I was entirely cured." Unable to Work. Mr. Oustav Hlmmelrelch, Hochholm, t"- Texas, writes: "Kor a number of years I suffered whenever X took cold, with severe at- tacks of asthma, which usually yielded to tho common home remedies. t _ "Last year, however, I suffered for eight months without interruption so that I could not do any work at alL Tho various medicines that wore pre- scribed brought me n«> relief. "After taking six bottles of Peruna, two of Lacupla and two of Manalln, I am free of my trouble so that I can flu ell my farm work again. I^oan heart- ily recommend this medicine to any one who suffers with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 February 1911

Mm d i TEXAS NEWS A teed corn content will be held among Hunt County farmers at Green- ville oil Saturday, February 25, the object being to Improve the corn Stock by .planting better need. Machinery has been contracted for by Mount Vernon Ught and Power Co., for a 6-ton Ice plant to be erect- Ad as soon us j)osslble. A new homo for Marshall Maaona. to coat between 130,00 and $40,000 has been decided on. It will be a two-atory brick -building. DtWttt Craig waa shot and killed et Eden by FYod Slaughter last Sat- urday. Hon. S. B. Cooper, member of the Board of General Customs Apprais- ers of New York, says that he might return and enter the race for Con- gress from the district In which Beaumont will be situated. Five frame ntore UiiWIngK were destroyed by tire at Sprlngtown early Monday morning, Involving a loss of $15,000. Barrell Raymond of St. Jo, with a boy 14 years old was out hunting when an automatic shotgun was ac- cidentally discharged, I ho load strik- ing Raymond In the bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 February 1911

t f p X' I (J T . ■U Alto and Community Growing. Statement of Alto post'<ff.ee for niontn ending Jan. 31st, J911, against month ending Jan. 31st, 1910: Jan. 31, 1910. prdmary stampr. $141 35 Stamped envelopes S5 Cards Stamp books Total Total gross ree'pts $296 7S " Jan. .5 23 7 25 94 . >2 5 3 91 191 J , .Ordinary stamps ....$139 43 Stamped envelope;; ... 140 12 Cards 5 36 Stamp books .... 23 34 Total ....$313 J5 Total gross rec'pts ■ •■■^360 _L9 Cross gain —s> u;> 41 Respectfully, C. M. 1 )iller, 1', M.J The following items arej Surrendered to the Governor. Last riuirsday, I). Menefee, who escaped from tlie peniten- tiary last December and lias since been at large, walked into the chief executive's office at Austin and surrendered to j j Gov. Colquitt. Menefee was seutenccd to to ten years' imprisonment for killing a negro, which occur- red near Mt. Selmau and had served four years of his sen/ tence nt the timerf his escape. He told the Governor that he had walked 200 mi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 February 1911

/ V •v4hC:j \' A \t /\ THE ALTO HERALD B. B. Allen, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Love vs. Gad or Slipper. ; A Vicarious Remedy, The father who is chummy j A man went into a drng- with his boy, gets down to 1 gists and asked for something that eager, inquiring, restless to cure a headache. The drug- One Year >1.00 little soul, and explains and ; gist held a bottle of hartshorn Six Months 501encourages, does not need to to his nose, and he wasnenry Throe Mouths 25 cut a birch gad in order to, overpowered by its pungency. in j maintain discipline—and tljei As soon as he recovered ic the druggi-: All subscriptions are payable ... _ advance. No name will he put [mother who-sympathizes with began to rail at 011 the books until paid for. her children can keep her ' slippers on her feet and the hair brush an the dressing ! table. Children need love and Planted Corn on Feb. 7th. Mi-. L. S. Wright, a pro- . , . gressive farmer living lour as much as flowers miles out from this city, was nef....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 February 1911

■W'1' ■ <***■ s ■ ■ tfi I THE ALTO HERALl t. I..Ml IS. Proprietor AJ .TO, TION \- Beware the grip. Uo not let It set p hold on you. , . Pride has many a fall these slip- pery mornings. r Raseball talk has moved on from Ipostmurtems to forecaats. An extraordinary duel wag fought itn France the other day. One of the duellists was hurt. Chicago Is the gem center of the [World, but there la such a thing aB Wearing too many. Baseball bids fair to girdle the i|lobe. The Japs and the Cubans are taking kindly to It. One man's attempt at suicide Is at- tributed to too much housework. Is ithls a sign of tho timet) ? We are told that an Illinois woman ihaa put an end to herself by Jumping Unto a cistern. Well, well! What do you think of a hen that llald 4,000 eggs In 22 years and never brooded? Can you beat It? Tho house cat carries germs In- doors and Indulges out of doors In an excess of vocal expression. Florida has a bride seventy-eight [years old. And yet there are women K>f forty w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 February 1911

'; v vr-l'v Ut CIRCULAR 5TAIRCA5E Mxnv ^ ROBERTS ❖ MNZHART XjLLiamnoris BY SYNOPSIS. J MIm Innei, *plnM«*r and guardian of ertrudr and Halitcy, rHtuhllHlu«l um- her hotdquartprv ut Sunnyiide. Arnold iTinstmng wtui found shot to death In ;h * IihII U<*rtrudf and tier Dunce, Jack Pulley, hud converntd It* tH« billiard |rooin abort ly before the murder. Detec- *ve .TaniU*a«>n accused Miss Innes of hold- Ini? back evidence. C'aahler Bnlley of Paul ^Armstrong's bunk, defunct, wiim arrested cn>b«*ssh'mcnt Paul ArinntronK'* ^death wum announced. Halsey'a fiancee, ftwiln Armstrong, t«.i.i Halsey that wbUi rah* tlit lov**d him. she wan to marry an- other. It developed that I>r. Walker waa i the man Louise was found unconscious nt the bottom of the circular staircase. Iflhe said something had brushed by her In the dark on the stairway and she fainted. Ilsllry Is mispected of Arm- strong's murder. Thomas, the lodKekoep- *r. was found dead with a not#' In his Kcket hearing the name ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 February 1911

i * mMMMM «|M| *-• y'-'U«K4l>IW / 1 c= A. •*s * .i 'r p' r a* I SjO^OCJ in Prizes. The offer made by the Texas Industrial Congress of $10,000 for the best yields of corn and * 4 * cotton raised by Texas far/ mers, including the boys and girl?,, is receiving general commendation. Col. Henry Exall of Dallas, has received a letter from Hon. E. W. Kirk/ patrlck, president of the Texas farmers' Congress, indorsing the proposition in the follow- ing terms: , "Your very,,generous offer of liberal premiums for com- petitive growth of corn and cotton by Tpxas farmers is a most commendable public ser- vice. Your wise and patriotic work will inspire extensive scientific effort in all parts of this state. The future good results will be cumulative aud will extend beyond all calcu- lation. . It will spur all the various agencies, now engaged n aiding the farmer, to greater efforts and will give immense impetus to industrial educa- tion. Natioual, state, county and district authorities will vi...

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

wml ji If «#t" :5> ' P m_ in** r>4' 7 <1: f /(/l&fcry ■MfettH 1*' "Sfr H "*5E^1-. S? Volumi; XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH a, t9n Number 13 ans^rr.r'.v-r-^ Hank Service P..ml <ing service ii not ex- pcnyiw, which it: shown by the fact that some of the great- est services we render our cus- tomers cost them nothing. We are here to serve the people every way we can, and our officers will always be glad to talk bank service to any one needing us. THE ALTO STATE RANK M. C. Parrisii President M. E. McClure Vice-Pres. T. D. Miller Cashier A $20,000 Blaze. At about 12:30 o'clock last Saturday afternoon the large dry room at the Blount-Decker Lumber Co's mill was discov- ered to be on fire and despite | the perfect fire/fighting sys- tem with which that institu- tion is equipped and the stren- uous efforts put forth extin- guish the flames, the shod; and its contents were totally, cuui>nm<al.- • ' The loss occasioned by tlie fire will aggregate about $20,- 000, parti...

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

/ 1 c • 4 t j iff P'. I f t- BAKING POWDER That Makes the Baking Better Pallurei are almost Impossible with Calutnet. We know that It will give you better reaultw. We know thnt the baking will be purer —more wholenora*. We know that It will be more evenly raited. And we know that Calumet Is more •cnomieal. both in Its iihc and cost. We know these things because we bave put the quality Into It—we have aern It tried out in every way. It Is ; tjned now In millions of homes and Its •ale# are growing daily. It la the modern baking powder. Have you tried It? Calumet la highest In quality*— moderate in price. Rtcoircd Highest Award— .World's Pure Food Exposition. (ilumej BAKING POVVD^ CHICAGO Make the Liver Do its Duty 1 Nine timet in ten when the liver U right (ha ■tomicli ami bowel, .re right. CARTER S LITTLE LIVER PILLS geutly but firmly com- pel . I.ry liver to do iti tin! | Cure. ' • tip.tiou, Induc- tion, Sick Hudtcht, and Di.tr.•• .ft.r Eating. Saudi Pill, Sm.n Do... 3w0 Pric. Genui...

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

/ vbv WILBUR p NE.iPE.IT ThoseSibjn 1 want to see the government nave money; I'm patriotic, too, you understand; I want to see tile future bright and sunny All over thli, my own anil native land. But though It smack of Infamy or trea- son And call the standing nrmy Into camps I here arise and oak to know the reason They're putting stickles* gum upon our stamps! J'm alwaya flrat to show up In atten- dance At meetings where ovir country Is tha toMt; The declaration of our Independence Is something that I lovo to read tha most. But, hang It all, whene'er I mall a letter The stamp will never stick. It only damps! Bring on the gyve, the shackle and tha fetter. But why that stlckless gum upon our stampsT I'm ready, too. to rlso when Duty calls me— But If. Instead of using speech, she wrote. Tha thought of what would happen then appals me. I know I never should receive her note. If this be treaaon, make the most of It, sirs. And nnb me for a base, perfidious scamp, But meanwhile won't you ...

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

J, f I V i i I t I jp II ' 1' if It rft M 1 i « d \ ! THE ALTO HERALD K. 1AI.Ll'.N, Jinitor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES t >no Year Six Months Throe, Months All subscriptions are advance. No name $1.00 50 25 payable in will be put on the hooks juntil paid for. - Entered as second-class matter Jan. 3. 1901, at the post office at Alto, Texas, under act of March 3. iS/9- IjOCAL. NKWS. Forest, 1 John Fowns troni 011 - j in the city Tuesday, \vu. ■ Notice to the Public. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation, which may appear in the cohinii s of The Herald will he gladly cor- rocUd upon its 1 rin;; le'OURlit to ths atte: .'on of the publishers. Then a ad No .v. The Federal Agricultural Department reports show thru the price of cotton has increas- ed during the past ten years from seven to fourteen cents per pound and the price of staple cotton goods has de- creased from one to four cents per yard. An acre of cotton in 1899 would p...

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

v/ /\ * What the Terms Mean. a subscriber asked the Galves- ton News what the terms initiative referendum and recall mean, and the Xcvvs gave the following an- swer: The full meaning ol the terms in question may be gathered from their ordinary definitions. The Story of a Dollar. *' Ten years a farmer put his initials on a dollar bill. The next day he went to the nearest town and spent it with a merchant. Before the year was out he got the dollar back. Four times in six years the dollar came back to lim tor produce and three times he Applied to the form of fundamcu- h,.anl of it in t]u. pockol of neiRh. 4al law that is becoming popular in ),ors some cities and states, these terms i ..The Jas( tim(. he got u ,)ack) mean, in brief, that the voters may fm|r years af,Q< hc scut u (Q a mai, require some law or measure en- order house. II acted by the initiative through pe- tition of a specified proportion of the voters; they may require that some matter of public interest, usually a la...

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

' «"i ■' - « ;v ;• gk;'v '$; ©■ y Hi THE ALTO HERALD t. t. All IN, Proprietor * I .TO .... TEXAS Cheer up; wo won't, run out of titrate for 120 years. Seriously, Is It worth $1,200 a year ko be a New York society person? Portugal will reorganize Its navy. St appears that the boat needs over- hauling. It Is dangerous to become a cen- tenarian. for one drops off nearly •very day. Big chance for some one to buy the Madison Square garden. Marked down to $3,500,000. The JIniswIngcr paved the way for the oncoming of the clawhammer. Teh former Is the pioneer coat. A dlplodocus 175 feet long has been discovered In Utah. A dlplodocus 1s something like a dlnosaurus. only more so. They do thlngB In style In Chicago. A woman there carefully removed the glasses from another woman's face before slapping her. Why all this fuss about the theft of two opera scores In New York? Sev- eral of those produced lately were more or less stolen. Uncle Samuel will build two battle- ships In 1911. Possibly whe...

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

Jill CIRC ULAR 5MRCASE .MARY O ' ROBERTS ❖ RINEHART HLUdmncm BY r itinwi/w t SYNOPSIS. Mlrs Innes. splnsler and Kuariltan of Oertrnde ami Mainly, ritulillihed sum- mer hfadiiuarter* HI Hunnyslde Arnold Armstrong wit* found aliol to ileath In the hall. Gertrude and ln-r ilance. Ja«k Ballty, had conv<-rs>'<I In tin- tilllliird room shortly before the murder. Iietee- tlve Jamieson accused Mlsa Innea of hold- ing hark evidence. Cashier Bailey of I'aul Armstrong's hank, defunct. wan arrcatrd for embcxxlcmcnl I'aul Armstrong's death to announced. llnlsey's llancw. 1-onlae Armstrong. told Hillary that while ■ ha atlll loved him, she una to marry an- other. It developed that Dr. Walker waa the man. l.oulse waa found unconscious at the bottom of the circular staircase. She aald something had brushed by her In the dark on tho stairway and aha fainted Halley la suspected of Arm- • Irong's murder. Thomaa, the lodgekeep- er, waa found dead with u note In hla pocket bearing th« name "l.u...

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

. nfgmtr. |*r.< ti 0 p Q a n it 8* It bl VI v\ lb n( •t Ri br ea ■a nil foi bo th> vc CO mi tot It takes lots of careful train- ing to play a go)d game of ball. Boys, if you have play ed ball and studied the game, you know it takes much train- ing to get into the National Leage. The leaguer plays a good game because he knows how; he is trained to the work. Young friend, had it ever occurred to you that if you were going to play a good game in the business world, you must be thoroughly train- ed? You me bound to realize that if vou make a success in business yon must first attend a good busness training school. We are living 111 a commercial age and in one of ished your literary school, you are then ready for a good posi- tion right at the opening of the busy season. Write the Tyler Commer- cial College of Tyler, Texas, for a catalogue and read what the spending of a summer va' cation with us has meant to many a young boy and girl A Mad Cow. Henry Tarbutton's fine milk cow died...

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

n* iMfllfoi JSB6kmgM,-y' ' ' IjlMS Qlso / ilbc BUo -Herald. Volume XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 9, 1911 Number 14 M ANY : r I 1* K s are happening over the couu- Iry, Once more—where are yon keeping your valuable papers? Vault r09m for valuables it* free hare—yours for the a^c- inR. We also have a burglar-proof safe for your money — no charge for room in it, either. THE ALTO STATE BANK M, C. Parrish, President Our Legislative Letter. -r . Political Announcements. [Election to be held Tuesday, A; ril 4th, 1011.] For Marshal, T. E. SINGLETARY Woman's Home Mission Society. The Woman's Home Mis'" sion Society of the Methodist (Church met in regular ses- sion Tuesday afternoon, Fib. :28th, with a goodly numler present. At this meeting, after the regular routine of business, officers we.e ehcted ror the Elk lor Alto Park. The Knapp Realty Co. lias purchased a £ir of w.eiUL ensuinR ye,r ls follows; ut Amiim elk, to Ijc j)l . M • Mrs ,*w j, 111 the new pftrk just east of Alto, on what wa...

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

**> tl o: P' t\ H Id It bl v« W th nc 0e Wl Hi br ea cn mi foi be tb. vc CO' toe sne SUFFEKED 23 YEARS Constant Stutterer From Chrori« ic Catarrh Relieved by Feruna Mrs. J. H. tk'Ui land, Sail Baba. Texas, writes "For Iwtu- ty-tliree ytatra 1 was & «ib- stant suE'ertr from chronic catarrli. 1 liad u severe mis- ery and burn- iuis In tlie top ti! ray head. There was al- ino*t a con- tinual <1 r e p- plug of mucus Into hi y throat. Which CaUSed liviUtnt e x- p • c U> ration. My entire sys- tem uracualiy t> e c a iu e lu- v c 1 v e 4, end toy condition grew worse. 1 iia m' liiccaaarit couth and frequent atltau'ks of bluous colic, from which It ami**'1 I could not recover. My bowels alto became aCecle, causing alarming hlLkxn of l emotThatjea. I. trie 1 many reiueu.t which (save only temporary reileJ or no relief at all. X et last tried Fermi". and in three <la>a I waa re- lieved if the bowel derangement. After using five bottles I was entirely cured. X most cheerf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 March 1911

M\ c-«, "• V'a, I I It- r ■ S';- ■fe I i J [ I I Br M. I vbv WILBUR D. NEfDIT T If&DrQui T theLine "I've twn a wicked man," ho aold, "I've (lone a-inany crimes; I've shot at folks by way of Jokes a half- a-dozen times; I've gono In broad daylight an' stole a wldder's fattened slioat But though I've been a man o' sin, I never sold my vote. "I've set lire to a tenement to see the engines run, I've swiped the alms from blind men's palms an' thought that It was fun: An* once when It was bitter cold I took a cripple's coat; I've scuttled ships on pleasure trips—but never sold my vote. "I've dynamited savings banks an' skipped off with the cash; Oold bricks of brass I've made to pass with all a con man's dash; I've been a counterfeiter too, an' made a greasy note; I've held up trains out on the plains— but never sold my vote. "I've worked the shells at county fairs, an' pockets, too, I've picked; I've sold fake stocks In thousand blocks— the come-on I have tricked; Bach victim's tears...

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

► mSmm rji'-MKjagsg.^if«ygrr •;■ - "■' sse£?sr READING! TASTE t) 0 p Q a H li a' It b Vl \* tt n< •i R bi ea 86 m fo be th V€ CO mi mi Vhe alto herald K. AI.LHX, Kditor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year $1.00 Six ^Months 50 Three Months 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put 011 the books until paid for. Kntered as second-class matter Jan. 1901, at the post off) ex- at Alto, Texas, under act of March 3, 1.S79. local xkws. New Spring Ginghams com- ing at Burnett's. Dr. llearne of Jacksonville, was in the city yesterday. The latest tiling for Win- dow Curtains, at Burnett's. 0. Russell of Jacksonville, was in the city several days this week. Mr. J. Biauton of Heuder/ son, is the guest oi' his sons this week. J. M. Burnett shipped 75,- 000 tomato plants to Lufkin til is week. Fresh car flour, chops, bran, and meal, just arrived at N. JFI. Agnew's. Mrs. M. K. Decker of Caro, Texas, is the guest of her son, E. M. Decicer and family. •'Mr. Bob" entertained a full h...

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

•—"■as- FAREWELL MEETING The farewell Meeting of the Mothers' Club of the Public School, will be held at the school buifdin Saturd ly, March iSth, at 3:00 o'clock, p. 111. PROGRAM Alto S. on Song. Prayer. Solo—-'Silver Pell" Florrie Blanton Sonic Difficulties which the Mothers' Club has As- sisted in Overcoming Miss Pearl Sessions Recitation—"What Women Can Do," Eluiina Miller Special Music Miss Mary Fisher My work with the Little Children Miss Addie Pyle What the Mothers' Club lias Accomplished this Year ; 3. M. Oli\er ( Miss I-'islier Quartet—"Mother" J Miss Rook 1 Miss Pyle I B. M. Oliver Remarks By the Retiring President Election of Officers for the Ensuing Year. Song. We earnestly request every member to be present at this, our 14st meeting. Bring your friends, all of whom are heattily welcome, Every Member of the faculty is requested to be with us. The Members of this, the First Mothers' Club of Alto Public School are as follows: Mrs T D Miller, President Mrs N C Parrish, Vice...

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