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

... zr ;Vr *%n„ 'ijk \ NOMINATION BLANK <(i(M)d lor Votes.) I hereby nominate M as a contestant for the Grand Prize offered by your paper Name ( Nanus of parti, iioinitial in • cairliil it<> '. ill not be divulged. This blank is eood onh lor noiiiinatini', pnr: >>■. - TH /\ « HEF .C p:. ]■:. A1.1. RIPTION RATES ( >IIC i I Six Vf Tluv All Mil 1 .. . . II'!. ; l Oil til Amcri stoi'3'ti .son wl Some Churnir ■ I )i::;!cv. w! V i( 11' Icil M", with constitutional mil i until- until i 1 to ttsoew ntly ii was visit ion UK tting any p put over a b. .■ can. • of his fell' kvli' Geor • luul made near \V as.iii t. lt.< i he lrtend was verv cr.- I an. Alt. at t under a 1 )( (< urn M ;ii v h l\ ( Tublic. Ativ < rroiK'OUs rtfii. character, -tuiuling o niiy person, firm or ce to the ' >11 upon the puiationcf irporation, which may appear in the columns of The Ileraiil will In- ;_;l.i<U> coi iveted upon its being brought t<> the attention of the publisher &g...

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

our|d What >Shnll It Be 7^ CUSTOMS SERVICE? There are o many line* of employment connected with thl« branch of Uncle Sam'i official service that a wide choice is offered your boy In the choice of his life work. It Is a career In which promotion Is slow, but sure, and the outcome Is satis- factory—It Is also excellent training for many lucrative out- side positions. By C. W. JENNINGS. NE of the most Interesting opportunities to start on a successful business career offered by Uncle Sara to the persevering American boy Is to be found In the customs service. It Is true that ad- vancement Is a little slow at the be- ginning, but It Is certain to come with time and Increased capability. One of the best things connected with It Is that It affords those engaged in It nn excellent chance to prepare them- selves for any lucrative outside em- ployment which may offer. One who has served an apprenticeship In some division of the customs service Is far better prepared to conduct many kinds o...

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

0*? * - i r~" 1V88 ImmMHHH 3Wsr £,•; r T <) Si 'i* A I- 1) 0' Ci c. s fj p b s 11 t' V I II t e t I c 1 The Tobacco Industry in Texas. Tli j Texas Commercial Sec- retaries Association is optim- istic about the tobacco grouv ing possibilities in East Texas, and gives out the following to the press concerning this im- portant industry: Tobacco buyers are now in East T exas offering to cone tract for this year's output oj tobacco. East Texas tobacco can wear the Ilavanna label without a blush and it u > longer has to j arade under assumed names in order to find a market. Experts from the Federal department of Agriculture have examined the tobacco soils of East Texas and find that it is identical with that of Cuba and other famed to- bacco countries. The counties which the department has re- ported as being favorable to growing of tobacco are Orange, Jasper, San Augustine, Ander- son, Nacogdoches, Houston, Montgomery, Cherokee and Upshur. That Texas has soil and climate necessary ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 March 1911

v.« X volumf. xi ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1911 Numdkr 17 The New Accounts Coming to us is evidwicc of the the popularity of this bank. Every week we add the names of new customers to our already large list. We want YOUR account, The Alto State Bank "Leave your valuable papers here." We Hold Out to You Political Announcements. [Election to be held Tuesday, April 4th, 1011.] For Marshal, T. E. SINGLETARY JOE G. MOORE (Rc-clvctioil) Married at Beaumont. Miss Ura Belscr, who re- cently visited her parents, Mr, and Mrs. H. L. Be'.ser of L'.nwood, was married to Mr, J. O. Thomas, a prominent business man of Duncan, Miss Nettie Black Okla., at the residence of the , Mucklcroy bride's sister, Mrs. L. lv. Halej Miss Pearl Bowman,, at Beaumont, Texas, on the; Miss Bell Durbnr * The Voting Contest, The Herald's great voting contest continues to grow in interest and the contestants are putting forth admirable energy and much enthusiasm into the race, which demon-' trates the determinati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 March 1911

THE ALTO HERAl.l) 'I' A <i n w it t. t. Al LI N. I'ruprietor A I,TO. TEXAS Helen pluk 1b the newest color. Thin will no doubt make Alice blue. Reports Indicate that It takes two bobbles to make one "harem" skirt Borne of the season's new hats will look well It they surround a pretty face. The Chicago millionaire who has turned artist can at least draw beau- tiful checks. It Is to be noted that all those pic- tures of smiling girls In aeroplanes are taken on the ground. President Falleres of France gets ■ salary of $700,000, and the sum sounds even bigger when expressed In francs. Physicians who are successfully us- ing hydrant water an an anesthetic will fall to score a hit with the man- ufacturing chemists. A Cleveland man has been robbed of $2,400 which he kept In a dishpan. IHe ought to lmve had it hidden un- tter the rubber plant. Will prison sentences stop women from smuggling, or will society look upon the brief detention as merely an Interesting diversion? Still some men w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 March 1911

'Xi. WtSSiJ'W^WPIWV. (f** I PECULIAR AFTER EFFECTS OF GRIP THIS YEAR, I \ Loaves Kidneys In Weakened Condition Doctors In nil pnrts of the country bavo been kept busy with tho epldemio of grip which has visited bo many homes. Tho symptoms of grip this year are very distressing and leave the sys- tem In a run down condition, particu- larly tho kidneys which seem to Buffer most, as every victim complains of lamo back and urinary troubles which should not bo neglected, us these dan- ger signals often lend to more sorioua sickness, such as dreaded Bright's Dis- ease. Local druggists report a lnrgo ■alo on Dr. Kilmer's Sw&mp-Root which •o many peoplo say soon heals and strengthens tho kidneys after an at- tack of grip. Swamp-Hoot is a great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, and, being on herbal compound, has a gen- tle healing cITect on tho kidneys, which la almost Immediately noticed by those •who try It. Dr. Kilmer At Co., Blng- hamton, N. Y., offer to Bend a b,ample bottle of Swam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 March 1911

— -ui.-.r THE ALTO HERALD K. E. ALLEN, Ei>fr<ifc. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Good Roads Meeting. Rusk, Texas, March 28.— At a good roals meeting lield here \csterd y all of the road overseers in the county, soniejn •1oo, were invited and partook ig many of them of a most ex- 8 ; eel leu t dinner spread by the ; g j rz~ s aRsaaiB3 Breed to this Great All Purpose Stallion < )(i<- y."nr $1.00 Six'Months 50 Three Months iceiieiu dinner sure.iu ny All subscriptions arc- payable i" : cjllzens (,f this' city. The | I advance. No name will he put | W;IS addressed by 1 B « tie lion. 1. J. Faulk, of Alliens, Texas, i.i a two-:ioar "b devoted to a discussion on t . bo ik-- until pnM lor Entered a J ' J. 3. 1901 Al!<> Texa. 3, I87S>- raising j j second-class mat! r a', tlx- post, flice at! speech devotee ii: 1 'el' a-t «.i M:u'«'h:ul road building am the necessary funds to pay lor j _____ . same. The meeting was Notice to the Public. largely attended by the citi* Any erroneous refl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 March 1911

\/ /\ vi/ /s / V '^sSw '!"/*■ ! j . 'SWiS^- I ■% A Prayer tor the /amily. Faremell Meeting of Mothers'Club. Loicl, behold our family heve| 1 he farewell meeting of the assembled. We thank thee Molhers, Club will be held at for the place wherein we dwell;1 ,1 , , 0 f .r the love that unites „s, U 01 '°'nC "0xl S"t!,r- the peace accorded us this day; j y *^Pri' lst* Owing to inx for the hope with which we clement weather, the interest' expect the morrow; for the '"J? program published in a health, the work, the food, and previous issue of The Herald the bright skies that make oui was postponed and will be lives delightful; for our friends rendered Saturday. It is in a 1 f arts of th .' earth, and earnestly desired that every our friendly h.lpers i:i thi; Joreigu ide. L.'t peace abound in our small company. Purge out of every heart the lurking -'grudge. Give us grace and strength to forbear and to per- severe. Offenders, give us the grace to accept and forgive of- ienders. Forgetful ou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 March 1911

I * • . KEEP RESINOL OINT- MENT IN THE HOUSE And Keep It Where You Can Put Your Hand on It at a Moment's Notice. The prompt application of Itestnol felnlment lo btiruB or scalds will not Buly soothe nnd hoal but prevent the Tortnatlon of disfiguring scars. Kosi- £ol ointment Is the groatest 0f nu Emergency remedies for home uso. tt Is the best dreRslug for cuU, Wounds and abrasions of the skin of hny kind. It. Ih a specific, for various torms of eruptive skin (llsoases, ec- tenia, tetter, herpes, erythema, ring- Wontn, barber's Itch, erysipelas, poison Ivy, stings of Insects, etc. HeBlnol ytopn itching Instantly, and Is tho In- Heated remedy for Itching piles, kteslnol ointment contains no harm- Eul, poisonous or Irritating Ingredient, teslnol soap Is a healing as well as a eleanslng compound, and should bo bsed when necessary In conjunction With Heslnol ointment. Keslnol tomes In opal Jars at fifty cents and fcne dollar. At all druggists. Keslnol Chemical Co., Baltimore, Md. WHEN I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 March 1911

i€ 11 Slffi v, . - . I . 1 1 T-!-- ^rr—r •The following^ among the In st Mr. Kipling's poems, and is especially icconnnended tu the young men and boys: Jf you can keep your head *vheu all about you Are losing their:; and blaming it on yen; It \< u can trust yourself when .ill men doubt you, But make allowance for their doubting too; If you can wait ;uul not be tired by waiting, Or being lied about don't deal in lies; Or being hated don't give wa,y to hating, And yjt don't look too good, nor talk loo wise; It you can dream—and not ljigke dreams your master; It you,cun think—and not make thoughts your aim; If you cau meet with Triumph aud Disaster And treat those two impostors just the same; If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools, Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken, And stoop to bund them up with worn/qut tools; If you can make one heap of ail your winning And lisk it on one turn of pitch and toss, And lose-s-and st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 March 1911

r- • .. i i ., , di:ht and paymknt. 1 i \ || 111. y & THE ALTOJHERALD 1C. I*. AlyLKN, IiniTOK. SUBSCRIPTION RATES < >tic Year $1.00 Six'Montlis 50 Three Months 25 All subscriptions arc payable in advance. No name will he put on the books until paid for. Kntered a< second-class matter Jan. 3, u;oi, at the postoflice at Alto, Texas, under act of March •3. i 7P- Noticc to the Public. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm <>r corporation, which may appear in th columns of The Herald will be •; 1.1 ily cor- rected upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. The second hot water arte- sian well has been sunk at Marlin unci is new gushing 1 - 2,000 gallon*j da:ly willi a temperature of i.s.i degrees, making it one of tlie hottest wells in the world/ Jacksonville lias set Tues- day, April nth as Trades Day. Since the organization of the Young Men's Proeres/ sive Club in that city some time .since, Jacksonvil...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 March 1911

. < ■TO MAKE PEANUT BUTTER Way by Which Tendency to Stick to Roof of Mouth May Be Removed. Many persona have formed a dislike for peanut butter because of Its ten- dency to stick to the roof of the mouth fhls objection may be entirely sur- mounted by spreading ordinary butter first on the bread and then spreading on a thin layer of peanut butter, pla- cing another buttered (with ordinary butter) slice of bread on top. This makeB a most delicious as well as nu- tritious sandwich. Peanut butter should be stirred often In order to mix the oil and the peanuts, bo that when the bottom of the Jar Is reached all the oil will not have been used. It might be mentioned also that pes^ nut butter can now be purchased much cheaper In bulk and by placing It In ordinary Jelly Jars It will keep as well and as long as that purchased In In- dividual sealed Jars. . Cut Your Blankets. Have you ever stopped to think how unsatisfactory a double blanket is? The sunning and airing which all woolen fabri...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 March 1911

wmm ~i BBm IM *,■ <■ < i Si • I I. I I > I Panama Pubic La ids. Washington, March 29. Demands for t ublic lands in HKTAI- NEWS. Closing Exercises. The commencement exer- ( G. B. McCord of Henderson, [cise of Alto public schools Panama seem' to exist among' was ;l visilor in lllis cit>' YCS* "ere held Tuesday evening at A . 8 terdav, the school build n;. A large Am prim ns Thp Amppican 11 •'' . . 1 .1. T , , r _ ti 1 i crowd was present and tlie ex- Judgc McClure of Kusk,!erCises were interesting and besieged with inquiries from j liansactcc legal business heie; eutertaining the well-trained yes Americans requesting infor- mation as to what procedure is necessary to secure parcels evening of April 8th, or yon 11 of public land in that republic be sorry. available for settlement, ac-, Just received a big line of cording to Charles Campbell, ( MeVs and j. Suits at Bnr. Jr., secretary of the legafon. ...s sloIC The law as amended, says the secretary, extends to the citi- Wal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 April 1911

1Hera Vol.I'MK XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 191 r Numbf.r iS \ V Liberal The : Aito Alto, State T Courteous Bank e x a s M. C. PARRISH, President M. E. McCLl'RE, Vice Pres. T. D. MILLER, Cashier. We Want Your Business" H Prompt Suggestions for Park Name. The following communica- tions have been received at this office since our last issue, suggesting name for the new park: Alto, 1 exas, March 30. Editor Herald: I name park: "The Elk Park." John Tom Ahearn. Prospect j Jacksonville Laundry Burns. Fire bibke out in some shavings in the boiler room of the Jacksonville Steam latin/ dry last Wednesday afternoon and within thirty minutes the entire bni'ding was all aflame and falling to the ground.' The fire department hurried to the scene and fought he- roically the flames that would have consumed other adjacent buildings had it not been for their excellent services, i Everything in the laundry was lost except the clean laun- ched pieces. J, T. Bit-ford, the proprietor, was severely...

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

A. $ pPM 4 'I j V THE ALTO HERALD t. t. All l N, Proprietor A I .TO, TEXAS L ! .'. . . . - . When tho bee-hive t ready thore *111 bo plenty oJT bo<jij make honey. 4 Edison has Just lost a 85 year-old •ult. It ought to be out of stylo by this time, anyhow. GOOD NEWS EPITOMIZED HAPPENINGS OF UNU8UAL IN- 1 TEREST TO OUR READERS, IN READABLE SHAPE. BOTH FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC The Czar of KunRla has bought a newspaper. Now, he'll get acquainted With some real troubles. It Is possible to buy a cement house with a roof garden for $2,500. We sup- pose the cellar would bo extra. The Elberta peach crop and the Al- berta wheat crop are friendly rivals, and both are full of promise this year. Germany has ordered another Zeppo- lln airship. Germany must have de- cided to keop on trying until sho gets ft good one. Thero Is no uso In fighting tho In- evitable. A prominent college Is add- ing to Its courses ono to teach meu tow to cook. Milliners tell us that small hats will be tho fashion this ye...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 April 1911

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 April 1911

0ii J >, • -- ■■* A. it i > : I THE ALTO HERALD H. ]•:. AM.UN, Kim tor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES t)nr Year Six'Months Three Months All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put 011 the books inilil paid for. Girl, Five, Travels Alone, "From Chicago to San Ail" tonio, Texas; change at Port Worth; J'. Kopa, 54 | Schley avenue, Chicago, 111." These words were on a card, i>l ,0°I securely tied, dangling froin'a .small silver poeketbook of a pretty little girl of 5, who made her way through the crowds Jand into the woman's waiting room of the Texas tS: Pacific station Thursday • 5° I • 2.S Xti Uuteml as second-class mallei Jan. 3, i<)oi, at the pus I office at I morning. Alto, Texa*, under act of March I In a little basket which she '*70- held tightly clasped in her ~Tsrr' ' " ''hand was her railroad ticket. Not'cc to the Public. ■ ln ]1C1- o!]K.r sIle carried a Any erroneous reflection upon the, bucket and some playthings, character, standing or reputation of j ,Sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 April 1911

't mitlJffww* ■ • ,.-.V rag \ l> \ .* i 53.50 RECIFE CURES WEAK KIDNEYS, FREE RELIEVES URINARY AND KIDNEY TROUBLES, BACKACHE, 8TRAIN ING, SWELLING, ETC. TEXANS PLEASED WITH ASSIGNMENTS 8topa Pain In the Bladder, Kidneys and Back. Wouldn't It bn nice within a week or no to begin to nay goodbye forever to the scalding, dribbling, straining, or too fro- quent passage of urine; the forehead and 'the back-of-the-hcad aches; the stitches and palna In the back; the growing mus <cl weakneHH; spots before the eyes; yel- 'low skin; nhigglsh bowels; swollen eye- lids or ankles; leg cramps; unnatural short breath; sleeplessness and the de- spondency? I have a recipe for thesa troubles that you can depend on, and If you want to make a QUICK RECOVERY, you ought to write and get a copy of It. Many a doctor would charge you $3.50 Just for writing this prescription, but I have It and will be glad to send It to you entire- ly free. Just drop mo a line like this: Dr. A. E. Robinson, K-263 Luck B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 April 1911

i TH pne Six Tlvr All H' O 1 Jan All riii an; T\ 1) of rei Ill' B; un s «' ESQMHBMKfii '!■ ■ J! - 11 W b&lVs .*2$ T ON Now is the time to buy acerage tracts in this i.ew addition, any size tracts you want at low prices, terms to suit, _ On either side of PARK St and on the North side of South PARK St. ALSO other lands and city Prop- erty. Rememberyou may never have a chance to buy small tracts close in as these, at any price. Ityoujdothey will never be as cheap, our prices are right, terms are right, will use you right. Always ready to show you property* The Knapp Realty Co. Alto, Texas. pjgpMM V'fV.V • fry: ■ 4< > T. '• ,v\

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 April 1911

■i ~r * > TITE ALTO HKRAIjT) E. E. ALLEN. Proprietor. Mr. Ira Dorsey, who lias been connected with The Heiv aid almost since the new man- agement purchased the plant, left Alto on the morning of the 4th inst, seeking a new location. It was with much reluctance that we parted from this faithful compositor, polite, energetic and a gentleman in- stinctively. Whatever of sue/ cess has attended the Herald has largely been due to the untiring efforts, tact and faith- ful performance of the duties encumbent on him during his connection with this paper. The Herald sincerely wishes him the full measure of sue/ cess in any line of endeavor and bespeaks for him the gen- erous and courteous treatment of the press. He had many friends here who wish him God speed. Mrs. Dorsey will remain here until they find a suitable location. Charles Usher, a resident of our town and an experienced printer, has been promoted to the place made vacant by the departure of Mr. Dorsey. With such competent help a...

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