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

THE ALTO HERALD 1.t. *111N, Proprietor * i .TO. er- ror the tlms being gasoline Is th« favorite perfume. Manuel Is to get $39,600 a year. Per- haps there Is something In the king touslness after all. When rats are rot disseminating the bubonic plague they are engaged lu other nefarious practices. All the world loves a lover, but as to these noblemen who seek American fflrlH with money It Is merely curious. If those New Jersey people think that " 'hello' verges on profanity" what must they think of "line Is busy"? Think how many hen's eggs young McLean could have bought with the money he paid for that Hope dia- mond) Paris la making a move to elevate the moral tone of Its literature and Its art. There Is room for the exer- cise of Its efforts. A Colorado couple who were dl- •vorced In 1875 have just been married Again. Sometimes second thoughts eome a long time afterward. A Chicago girl captured a bandit who tried to grab her pocket book. Ban- dits will learn In time to confine their...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 March 1911

* "*** -•* — - HM11 < r— ranm ■ r km Breed to this Great AM Purr V,. ion —— MORE PIE. IF HE NEEDED 'ITIARTISTIC SAYIMGS Oi- RODIfJ Also Wiil Stand My Tennesee Jack Grateful Man Is Offered thu Remain- der of the One He Had Partaken of o Year Before. Comments of the Famous French Sculptor on the Subject of Ef fectivism and Exaggeration. Tho French soul pi it Iui* boon looki ! j 4' r\t flaooieoa rev No. 1343 SIC.00 to Insure 1'oal & S, I, P* • vl isa- "My friend," sniil a good-looking, w !l-dr< --I'd man when William ,, v- ill .1 commentators upon an >>i ! llonry i nunghusband went to the , , , door. "I have called here lodav to of- fer von my thunks. A year ago 1 j passed this way. Luck had boon go- ing against mo. I was down anil i practically out. A dozen people bad turned me from their do >rs. You heard mv siory. and in -t^ad of read- l itiK mc a Ik lure gave mo a piece of ' mince pie. By your Kind net my • inlidoncc in humun iv sus ron '.e l. 1 went on my way, v...

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

0 .1. .l • « 1 I v>——■———pmhow a rf'aw—mn * rnmmmm % ,- * *"*1. • —'j\ ) ' .«■« '•■ . . * . -, *• VV' , . THE ALTO HERALD Additional Local Notes. K. K. A i.I.!'X, Km Ton. SUBSCRIPTION RAIL') 11 . \ ;ii Six M until '''are Mo:: WALT MASON Fo" those whose hearts are Joe Burke was in the city i S!C]. Cavc, for those who | from Forest last Friday. I j tjlcn. 1S no dope tliat Hu V your flour, bran, chops mils s 'eep. L liekiiitli>f op iay frcm J. W. C trier. IIS . c. i. mi. sc notions a'!an« <■ No n oil th ' « ok-> u:it r. u T\ ill ioj >. Mulli ni\ transacted ss it: Rusk last Friday. i ...: Ivrt''•/< r tii ar- v. ■!;. }!' t::toil Bros. wc used to kuoiv, when w children, long ago, L:. .in.' i •i that nature brings who; ;ar ■ ie '.villi..-; lint Tan. vol a. , loo I, N t I'll' 111! •n ail •xv-na . 'ui. ioys—...i, ' ! ■ heart in I 1 v> r moral .' ( i ' .is v. !i;: • enea' a V 1 I • I 1 l* ' * ' I il .>!< ti A. < )iic 1! 1.; li i < . in I I i., ( V, J; Alto •" ...

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

[ s A THE CIRCULAR STAIRCASE MABY V BOBCUTS ❖ BINEHABT ILLl&TXATMJ BY VwWMI'MH'"""' I ' SYNOPSIS. Mlea Jnnee, arlneter and guardian of flrrtrude nnd Haleejr. established suin- in.r licudijiiartera at Sunnyslde. Arnold .Armstrong aa found shut to death In the hnll. Gertrude and her nance, JacK «niu-v had conversed In the billiard room ahortlr before the murder. tJvr Jainlrunn accused Mlaa Innes of hold- ing hack evidence. Cashier Bailey of l'*u Armstrong's hank, defunct, was arreeiwl for embesslement. I'aul Armstrong a death vnt announced. Halsey « fiancee. Louise Armstrong. told IIit 1m*V that while she still loved him. she wo* to marry an- other. It developed that Or. Walker was the m«n. Ix'ulse «-«i found unconscious at the bottom of the circular atnlraaee. She said something had brushed by her in the dark on the stairway and she fainted, llelley Is suspected of Arm- strong's murder. Thomas, the lodgekeep- er. won found dead with a note In Ms pocket hearing the name "L.uclen p...

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

mm.*.... mi POVERTY AND WEALTH. [Ella Wheeler Wilcox] A stork flew over a town one day, And back of each wing an infant lay. One to a rich man's home he brought, And one he left at a laborer's cot. The rich man said, "My son shall be A lordly ruler over land and sea," The laborer sighed, *' 'Tis the good God's will That I have another mouth to fill." The rich man's son grew strong and fair, And proud with the pride of the millionaire, His motto jn life was^ "Live while you may," And he crowded years in a single day. He bought position and iiAme and pl^ce, And he bought him a wife with a handsome face. He journeyed over the whole wide world; But discontent in his heart lay curled Like a serpent hidden in leaves and moss, And life seemed holjow and gold was dross, He scoffed at woman and doubted God, And died like a beast and went back to sod. The son of the laborer tilled the soil, And thanked God daily for health and toi!| He wedded for love in his youthful prime, And two lives chor...

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

A, Volume XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1911 Numiikr The bank of steady service The bank of liberal treatment The bank of conservative policy The bank only, two years old The bank r.ith a record— Your Business Solicited. The Alto State Bank M. C. Parrisli ) M. E. McClurc Iv. M. Decker C. C. Francis T. D. Miller Directors I Political Announcements. [Election j Ice and Electric.Light Plant. L. S. Adkins of Center, Texas, has been in the city several days looking over this field with a view to establish'' ing an ice and electric lighting plant, and afier careful invest ligation lias decided to at once : install a plant in this city. The plant will be located near the Blount Decker Luiii' I ber Co.'s mill 011 the line of the Cotton Belt and the niiii ■ tracks, will have icvten capae- ! ity, and the machinery will b j moved in as soon as a building lean be erected for its recejv | tion. work upon which will begin next Monday. This plant will prove a j great benefit and c< nvuiii...

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

*iVu\MXuZ^ in. • feffiAc&lQ HKo. 1 - nw/sr / p&SJ OURS iOOD NEWS EPITOMIZED Yourt for uni- formity. Yours for graat- cst leavening i power. Yours for never failing results. Yours for purity. Yours for economy. Yours for every- thing that goat to make up a strictly high grade, ever- dependable baking powder. That is Calumet. Try it once and note the im- provement in your bak- ing. Seo how much more economical over the high- priced trust brands, how much better than the cheap and big-can kinds. Calumet is highest in quality —moderate in cost. Received Highest Award- World's Pure Food txpoiition. CURED A BAD SPAVIN. Mr. B. II. Ivry. Marion, N.C., writes i S "My horse had u verv bad <-*•« of tpuvln Und nothing did any good until 1 tried your Mrxican Mustnng lJuimcnt. I rubfocn the spavin frequently and plentifully with the liniment and soon raw an Improvement. In this treatment I poured my palm full of lin- iment and then ruMied it on the spuria until nearly dry. I did this t...

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

''Spi' V V\ TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS I A An important measure before tho last legislature was a compulsory ed' Uratlonal law. Burglars lifted about $750 worth of jewelry from \V. \V. Mitchell's utore In Dallas Friday night. Approximately $3,000 whs realized as the result of the Tag Day cam- paign conducted In Dallas. Newt Heath has sold 300 acres of land four miles north of Cleburne on the Fort Worth road for $27,000. The Board of Trado of Texarkana has added a display or exhibition room to tho offices of the Board ol Trade. (jov. Colquitt has appointed Claud V. Burkhead of San Antonio as Judge of the New Bexar County District Court. Eherman has voted to issue liomlg to the amount of $32,000. Twenty thougajid of the amount will be used In street Improvement, J.'.oou on the •waterworks system and $7000 on the public school buildings. The First. National Hank of Thorn dale offers an additional prize of $100 In gold to any de[>osltor or any de- positor's son who will win any ol tho Tex...

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

mm -\r\i | NOMINATION BLANK ((iood for 1,000 Votes ) I hereby nominate ~vl r'—nirnwir'n i. -Jote itlhe .TJKMSMBBMBBniHESBSHtt *MBSG«M«BOT zaaDCTOTMBBMO 03 a contestant for the Grand Prize offered by your paper Name ✓ (Names of parties nominating candidates will not be divtflRcd, This blank is p.ood only for nominating purp < ■ ■ ) THE ALTO IERALD Ii. A LLPS', KUITOK. Legislative Echoes. .• Gov. n veto a cot; SUBSCRIPTION HATES (inc Voar Six Months.... Three Months.. All subscriptions are payable . M .on i DC • at illC l > 1. i til'.' in advance, on tin.- boo] Kntere i a Jan. . !■«! Alto. Tex;- 1879. No name will be put | od until paid for. d-i'l; nnttM 11 > I i V iil tiie re.ii-.tricting bill tlie calendar. 'J'li j may be taken up at the «. ". isession. The Legislature created under act of Marc'i nevv comities—Brooks, Notice to the Public. Any erroneous reflect ion upon ilii riiaruier. standing or lepii. it ion oi nny p.'' 011, liiin or corporation, . lich 'may api \ir in t...

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

L^V / Election Proclamation. THE RELIABLE MAN. Old Tolliyer, the •tailor, is making Alto, Texas, Feb. 14, 1911. Iots of scads; he has the trade of To the qualified votors of the business men and all the wealth)' Corporate Town of Alto, lads. With others are complain- 11xas. ing that things are mighty slack, ........ By virtue of the authority he's busy as a bumble-wasp, and Mrs. Allen's spacious p in- vested in me, I, W. R. Me- ^ldh,,* i,ic «,nrt T nrA.., ««„. j lor, reception hall and dining room tiirov.n into one, wen by West End Club Entertained. On Wednesday afternoon the beautiful new "bungalow ' of Mrs. Ed Allen was pr ciouslv opened to the \\'«. s' : adding to bis stack. I order sun- dry garments, and ask when they'll Ouistion, Ma* or, do hereby order an election to be held nt be Uont, llcsll|dics for a momoilt as the old Masonic building 1,1 soicmnly at tbe town of A:to, on 1 tiesday, April 4th, ion, 1 >r the pur pose of eleetii;a Mayor, a City M ir in!, and two Alder- me...

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

.-.A' «swdi«5 .mm ko mi .ti I j^H 'J I THK ALIO MLKALU . t. *111 N, Proprietor \ I .TO. TUX \' liattlenhlps go to tho scrap heap almost as fast us pugilists do. Bmoke costs Chicago (21,830,000 a |r«ar, not to mention tho agony. The process of dying poor Is easily achieved by nine men out of ten. A Chicago woman takes taxlcab rides to cure the blues. Not her hus- band's, however. Thieves In New York stole a wagon load of cheese. Tho police, we pre- sume, are on tho scent. A man went mnd In a barber's chair In New York. Probably tho barber was talking winter baseball gossip. It Is now possible to go around the world In less than half the time It look Jules Verne's hero to make his trip. Possibly this world would be better off If there were no pistols In It. At least, there would be more people bere. There Is more money In being an •x king of Portugal than In being an ex-president of tho United States, but there Is less excitement. Hello! Here's Vienna exceeding the 1,000,000 mark. Som...

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

■Hhm p. 3p • I"'*'" moi I i ' BB&V THE ALTO^ERALD 1". K. AU.KN, lUMTOB. SUBSCRIPTION RATES i )itt* N car ,00 .Six Months Three Months 25 All subscriptions arc payable in advance. No name will be put on tlic books until paid for. Knteied as s.-conddn s malii: Jan. v 1901, at the postoffice at Alto, Texas, uiiiler act of March «^7«>. Notice to the Public. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firt)i or cor])oration, which may appear in the columns nf The Herald w\!l be gladly cor- rected u]>on its being brought to the attention ol the publishers. We owe it to the community in which we live to do every*" thing we can in every way •possible that will he to its ad- vantage. O u r neighboa's prosperity means a great deal more |to us than someone'* who lives elsewhere. We should bear this in mind in buying our goods. We cau afford to pay our home man a firm price for his wares rather than send our money av^ay, knowing as we do that eve...

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

0", ■ '-H*' * . • ., •«"*' - - • • ■Mstfiti m Priceless Jewel Go'.s Her Reward. Railroad to Tap Iron Ore Field, ' Free Law. A company of capitalists! Most lnvyers will probably Zelda Odeen Arrant, aged,composed of men from lions/ agree that Germany is a daii' two years, daughter of Mr. ion, New York and Minneap'i ^uin!s c< u!!^1^'V1 cnt •* and Mrs. T. A. Arrant, fell olis has undertaken the pro- asleep in Jesus at her home,1 motion of a railroad to connc;. live miles east of Alto, on the] Houston with the irou 01 morning of the <jth instant,! district of Kast Tcxa hasn't any "bulwai ks." Count ' | von BrenstofT, German ambas^ ' sartor, tells that in his countrv c_)tn after a brief illness, tender age, full of joy a: nocenee, among the bird flowers she loved s • w II rounded by her devoted cuts, sisters, bjothers, lives and fiietids, tlii ; l> Iul and afleetio laie < ■' ;!d idol of the household .^ prite o1' all, in Go::l's in; ions way was sum in >n join the celestial...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 March 1911

Tflt CIRCULAR STAIRCASE :mnv O ROBERTS ^ MNrHAllT 3Y Kfy/t/u-^ < Mva *m 3* /■*rt/o> f 8YNOP8I9. Vlu Inn« «. ■pln tfr nd runrdInn of Otrtrude nnd Halaey, established sum- mar hmdquarifrs at Hunnyaldc Arnold ^rmatronx was found shot to death In i tha hall Gertruda and h#r t\anc«, Jack liallay, had -conversed In the Millard P room shortly before the murder. Detec- tive Jamieson accused MIms lnnes of hold- ing back «vld**nc«. C.'aahier Bailey of Paul Armstrong's bank, defunct, was arrested tor embesslement. l'aul Armstrong's death was announced Halsey'a flancee. X^oulse Armstrong, told Ilalssy that while •he still loved him. she was to marry an- other It developed that Dr. Walker waa the man I«oulse was found unconscious At the bottom of the circular stalrcasu •he said something had brushed by her In the dark on the stairway and she fainted Bailey is suspected of Arm- strong's murder. Thomas, the lodg«keep- •r, was found dead with a note in his rtocket bearing the name "Luolen Wal...

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

, t 1 I 1 c t { i c i i i. t t < I/K AL M'^VS. 1 Mrs. John Childersof Rat" I cliff was the guest of friends Miss Lelia Allen is reported j 'jeve last Sunday. Mrs. Chil- on the sick list. Ars was en route to Mineral \\ ells as a delegate represent- New Spring Ginghams com- jug Ratcliff Woodmen Circle. Gaston Crosby, who has been residing in Houston, has returned to Alto and is now- living in the residence for- merly occupied by Mrs, Mat- tic Banks. ing at Burnett's. Will Lively of Augusta, is visiting relatives in the city. The latest thing for Win- dow Curtains, at Burnett's. S. A. Broley visited his home folks at Troup last Sun- day. For Good Shoes, Stylish Shoes, Comfortable Shoes—to meet any requirement—Star C. C. Cumniii.gs of Rusk, I Brand Shoes are The Shoes, is the guest of friends in this (Sold by Blanton Bros. c,lv' j Bud Powell of Widhurst, The latest thing in Ladies'j was in the city Monday, and and Misses' S'ippers at Buiv whilehere arrangedjto have the nett's. Herald...

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

Volume XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 23. 1911 ncmher 16 :&&ES EBESmffia. The bank of steady service The bank of liber.il treatment The bank of conservative policy The bank only two years old The bank with a record— Your Business Solicited. The Alto State Bank M. C. Parrish ) M. E. McClnre I E. M. Deckcr C. C. Francis T. D. Miller Directors J ,000 I ,OQO ; I ,000 1,000 rfooo Political Announcements. [Election to be held Tuesday, April 4U1, ioi 1.] For Marshal, T. E. SINGLETARY JOE G. MOORE (Re-election) Elk for the Park. The recent arrival of the elk purchased by W. J. llonpp is causing many who travel the San Antonfo road to stop and view the animals. Mr. Knapp has pheasants and wild ducks and geese, besides test) aud the kind of prize that Appropriate Name Wanted. The Herald is authorized by YV. J. Knapp to say that a prize will be given to the one sending in to this office the most suitable name for ilie park being established bv him east ol town. A committee consisting ...

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

Try This for Colds Prescription Known for Result* Rather than Large Quantity. Oo lo your drugfflHt and got "Two ounce* of Qlycerlnu find hulf an ounce of Concentrated Pino compound. Ml* then* with half a pint of Rood whisky. Blinks well. Take one to two temipoon- fnlH after each meal and at bed time. Hrnfillor dosus to children according to Any one can prepare tlilH at home. This 1h nald to 1>« the quickest couch and cold euro known to tho medical profcHHlon. Bo suro to gr<*t only tin* gcnnlno (Globe) Concentrated Pine. Each half ounce bottle comes In a tin •crew-top Hf.il *d c&so. If the dnigglst la out of Htock ho will quick I v get It from his wholesale houmv Don't fool with uncertain mixtures. It la rltsky. Prolific. A cenBUP-tnker while on hor rounds called nt a house occupied by an Irish family. Quo of the questions Bbo asked was: "How many males have you In this family?" The answer came without heslt.a lion: "Three a clay, mum!" to DKIVK OI'T M ATARI % ANI) lit 11 1...

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

sKR" It mdi •• flMKfl ***** "v' ' ' I kS \ N TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS MEMORY BAD MIND GOING Waxahachle recently voted $15,000 •(ldUionnl bonds for erecting u new ■chool building. The American Bank and Trust Co., capitalized at $200,000, opened doors at Sherman last week. The North Texas Gas Company be- gan last week to supply Bridgeport with gua for domestic purposes. The Casino association has selected May 18, 19 and 20, as dates for the annual fair at Lagrange this year. Frank I>lllard, it Fort Worth bar- tender, ended his life by drinking car- bolic acid. Ill health was the cause. Contract to erect, the new Sani- tarium at Taylor has been let for $10,- 600^ and work is to commence at once. Gulf roast citrus fruit men In meet- ing at Houston effected permanent or- ganization with Col Sam H. Dixon as president. The cornerstone of the new Federal Building In Temple will be laid April 6 under the auspices of the Masonic fraternity. Circus tax In Texas Is now on a basis of $250 a day,...

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

tOSSSMMtrnmit •ilifc' ,**«&' :. /-a i ^ Wjt+Tt'-X +.MU "RAID WElX SNUBBED BY HER MAld f reducing hatpins. K. ALU'.N, !:u' SU'j'S ! !"!M E'J f i it- V ir : i .0 Six Months 5' Three Months 25 Al! subscriptions nrv p.-'.<1 advance. N> limine will be j>n mi the bowk* I'.r.lil 5>:ti 1 t >r. Jvntered a- v.-: md < 'a o matter Jan. 3, 1411, at i'ij jvjstuflice ni Alto. Texas, under a-t of March I '879. Notice to the Public. Anv erroneous reflection uj>■ m tlie character, stun !i k or reputation ol nny person, linn. or corporation, which may np; .:ir in the columns of The I'leraicl will be gladly cor- t-ecled upon i;^ bting brought to the attention of the publishers. i/i/'j^rwrum MORRILL !•'. j, Miller \v:r- here Tues- day. Cecil 11 r.'J IS oil li.C S'.ck list this \.'ec! . Jim Cniuniings w . a bit - acss visitor Monday. (i, B. Slocum left Monday for a short visit i,i Beaumont. Air. J, \V. Pye s; e:il Satuiv day and Sunday with fiittn's here. George II. Ilutchius lif...

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

) J* m /\ The Corn and Cotton Contest. Dallas, Texas, March 22.— In the Dallas office of the Texas Industrial Congress there is displayed a large out- line county 111 ;j> of the state on which is shown bj ticks of j different colors the contestants i in each county who are trying for the $10,000 in cash prizes offered for the best yields of corn aud cotton. The men who have entered the contest are represented by blue headed tacks, the boys by pink tacks, the women by brown tacks and the girls by- green tacks. The map as a Texas Industrial Notes. Spur will hold an election on April 3rd i;> vo e for sclio 1 bonds to the am.nun (>i 518,00c. Grovcton, the conuty seat of 1 rii ity C,' u?ity, is erecting a new e.mrt houre at a cost ^ot $55,000, The Brady Commercial C'ub is working for a $75,000 ro d bond issue and a $40,000 bond issue for city water works. Lamar county, of which Paris is the county seat, is o have an election soon to issue $300,000 in bonds for the con/ struct io...

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