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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 April 1911

THE ALTO HERALD !■;. ]•:. AI.I/KN, Furrow. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (>ni' Year .< Six "Months Three Months All subscriptions arc payable in advance. No name will be put on the boohs until pai<l for. Mutt, red i- Jan. x, I'joi, Alto. Texas, 1S79. sec )iul-c)ass 111 atlt r at the postolli c at nil ler act of March Notice to the Public. Any erroneous reflection upon the i lnractcr, standing or reputation > 1 any person, firm or corporation, which may appear in the columns of The Herald will be gladly eor reeled upon its being brought to the attention of the publr nu Program of Farmers' Union Meetirg To The 1Ieraldi The local I'.niters' I'nion will meet at Grange Hail Sa'- urday, April 29, tit 10 o'clock ami the following pro* be carried out: 1. S mg, by choir. 2. Welcome: Address, L. B. Tcndall. X, The'I'iissi'iiiities of hast Texas, under .1 proper slate of development, by <1. \\ . < b rr.s of Tiuipson. NOON. Dinner on the .1:30 Song, 1 (1.) Essay, 1 Ruth Liles. (2l Debate...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 April 1911

V HER FRIEND IN NEED After Mrs. Graham Was Relieved, She Told the Good News to Her Neighbor. "Wlllard, Kjr.—In a letter from this place, Mr*. EUle Graham says: "I was so weak I could hardly go. I •utfered nearly every month, for threo years, and often I would have to llo In bed. I had pains In my side, and would swell up, and my back hurt aw- fully. When I began to take Cardul I weighed only 99 pounds. Soon, 1 be- gan to feel a great deal stronger. Not long after, I weighed 115 lbs. Now I am doing my work, and am In good health. Cardul has don® wonderful things for mo. I feel like a new person. I will always praise Cardul to my frlend3. I recommended It to a neigh- bor, and she Is now looking fine." Fifty years of proof, has convinced (is. and those who have tested It, of the value of Cardul, In womanly weak- ness and disease. The only way you can get the bene- fit of the genuine Cardul herbs, Is by getting a bottle of Cardul of your druggist. He does not keep the crude drug, ns It ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 April 1911

r *0 Wm V (.'•'xtfiNMVrAMK 19rai Ie P ■ Li, P&sritite > \;v :. '.: < I 3 J lm-'m*^Z^"m' m & * r^v L \ Now is the time to buy acerage tracts in this Lew 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 tobuysmall tracts close in as these, at any price. Ifyou|dothey will never bsas cheap, our prices are right, terms are right, will use ealty Co V'V&iFaff il&tf t>S •SvS'\Jb **'(/« , , r - ' * '* • ' .to-' • ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 April 1911

. mothhhi A U p=t o=D ate C I othirig! v ; RUSK ACADEMY NEWS £ Made to Measure ! - Guaranteed to Fit! Cleaning and Pressing a Specialty. Give Us a Trial. Phone 74. J. P. BRINDLEY, Manager, R. M. COLLIER, Proprietor. TIIE ALTO IIBRALD I ~ E. E. ALLEN. Proprietor Want An Election. The News is informed that petitions are being circulated in Nacogdoches comity for a prohibition election. Said county is "dry" and those ac/ live in the matter would no doubt be glad to see it go wet. —Lufkin News, Listen, boys and girls, the Mothers' Club will present an appropriate prize to the boy or girl fourteen years of age or under who guesses the majority by which the school mainten/ auce tax carries on May 2nd. In case of a tie, each one suc- cessful will be presented a present. Write your name, age, and guess on a slip of paper and deposit it in the bal/ lot box at Harrison's drug store. Allen's Shows, which were billed to show here last Sat- urday, passed on through here much to the joy of the sh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 April 1911

fi f^S r I IN HOUSE CLEANING TIMES WELL POSTED. 'TMIE extreme care—tlie hygienic cleanliness—used In making as well as shipping Dr. Pepper, in^ans a lot to VOU. Drink MARK — — TRADE Free From Caffeine A UNIVERSAL COUPON GIVEN WITH EACH CLASS j Healthful. Thirst-Quenching. Satisfying AT FOUNTAINS—5 CFNTS—IN BOTTLES Several Hints That Will Be ApprecV •ted by Women In the Reno- vatlng Season. You can dean white paint with ' warm water, using a little whiting on | the washcloth and rinsing afterward ■ with clear water. A good way of preventing runt on kitchen fenders, after having cleaned ■ the bright parts with flne emery cloth, 1* to rub them well with a piece of Buet. To clean and restore the elasticity j of cane bottom chairs, turn the chair and with hot water and a uponge saturate the cane work thoroughly. If j tha chair la dirty use soap. After- ward set the chair to dry out of doors and the seat will be taut as when new. If you wish to draw down the blind, yet lenvo the window op...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 April 1911

l*\ /—j'ji;—r-r.— Scratcheu Out of Jail. A few days ago the Tieraid reported the j;iil door standing wide open a'nd nut a single occupant. Well, there were two guests Tuesday, district -•-r . "■ Nu All Of It is Velvet ■ t "f I ^ —1 " m.i. ^111) George Adc, the humorist, is quoted with saying that ev- ery other fellow you meet thinks lie could run a good hotel, and we have concluded court being in session and the;,hat about ninety «f those von! door being closed, tlicy pro-! ,neet could run a newspaper, ceeded to scratch out. Hut ]nit they have never tried it. after scratching a hole m the . Men will take the liberty to wall, and tasting i ierty, one;tell you how to run a paper,! of them, John Mac Ballanger,: when they wouldn't think of .recently sentenced to two years telling a merchant how to run his store or th preacher what compress, (n preach. They pay good money for schools, and don't in the pen, for theft of i bait of cotton from the which he strenuously denied, waited tiil th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 April 1911

/1 I I I * b i i\ i \\ ; be < t lit r to t tic ke . ly i 1i \\ Ik Well CO CO 1 til pi; ch. mn Ln l.^rd in Jail. ..tries, La., April i \. Kur •. a pri tty young man of Reeves, has ;ed in tlu pai i .ii cged as an accessory mcier u£ -M irli'i I1 ' was sliol ami in taut on the night of April ve-, I„a. Mrs. Lure, ' and Thomas \V. who confessed that the fat d shot, but f defense; Joe I'icrsor. brolher^in-law, and S hi nin 1 )icc!it, are all in the parish jail in >n with the alleged This is the first tim i story of ill ■ j arisl; lite woman lias 1> •er i jail on so serious a Supposed Curpse 'Macon, < la., An Mourners who pnth the :.iAki• l e >5)1 ii of Fanny A' rren, at JCaJu >11011 vester til row ii : in • • v. . uu'dcily came baei. 1 e ii,'pi> cd nuke liiroi " i the coffin and t1 ! . ; ,in i . , i heard the noise An undertake! the .id ami a -ouste. >nt. She is now tin i>( a doctor. The Girl and til With Hush. OFTEN who ;i ix )\vs a id d;uiLrliter M town i. in. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 April 1911

A \ V TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS iH Shreveport Is arranging to build a $1!50,000 bridge across Rod River. Longviaw has under way a move- ment looking to the pnojectiou of a railway directly to Houston. Hoiklinm has closed a contract (or #u 8-tnch, 1200 foot deep well for aa auxiliary to the water supply. A Greek merchant of El Paso was robbed of $1,300 In cash by three un- known men who entered his store early Sunday morning. Assistant Cashier Reuben R. R. Cook of the Texarkana National Bank has resigned his position and will go to Austin In a few days to enter the service of the State as a bank ex- aminer. During the past week about 1750 was assessed in fines in a number of cases In the Williamson County Court for sailing whisky In a prohibition ter- ritory. ' The Commerce public schools had Tag Day Saturday for the benefit of the publlo school library aiul 9150 wnB raised. The Jacksboro creamery, establish ed two years ago, has proven a prof- itable investment, besides being a splendid...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 April 1911

M "1 •F/SiC' M* * 1 > I f I 1 1 I 1 ■w, |j ; SI LOCALS | j —, -— E. A. Woody attended busi- ness in Tyler yesterday. Wyatt Weaver left Tuesday evening for Eureka Springs. Burnett now lnis tlieMcCall patterns. Mrs. Jim McKuiglit was up from Forest Wednesday. Miss Reba Barker of Forest wa. a shopper here yesterday. J. C. Beard of Jacksonville f\vas here Tuesday. Car choke hay just arrived at N. II. Aguew's. All kinds ol groceries, good and fresh, a( Aguew's. 1\ li. Thornton and D. K. Love transacted business in liusk last Saturday, Ladies' silk hose at Bur/ netl's. All prices. Miss Maggie Robinson of Forest has accepted a position with Burnett. Miss Willie Diar of Wild/ hurst was a shopper here yes- terday. Mrs. W. A. Spivy of Dial ville got the free hat at Bur- nett's this week. Miss Maud Townsend of Forest was a shopper here yesterda}'. Just received—A fine line of men and boys suits at Bur/ nett's. We can fic you here. P. B. Musslewhite attended business in Alto one day this wee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 April 1911

Voi.UMli XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 27, t9ir Numjm r. ——————— If you are a new resident here, you arc probably looking for a bank that will be as satisfactory as the one you left. THE ALTO STATE is the bank you are looking for and will be as good or better than your old bank. THE ALTO STATE BANK M. C. Parrish, President. LUFKIN MAN CAME ACROSS 244-Carat Diamond Pound. \\f. L. 01- Bill Chesnut has Ne.v York, April 24.— done gone and done it—he lias! Maiden Lane importers of dia^ had his whiskers removed, the mouds have just learned of the ones he has been wearing fori finding of a diamond weighing lo, these years. It was a flow-1 244 carats in Johannesburg, ing beard, one that he was proud of, but the city of Luf/ k'n went dry, as everybody knows, and the gentleman re- ferred to had already promised to do it when whiskey \yas voted otii—T/tifkin News. Notice. I will have A. K. Hawkes Sc C )• Optician in my store two days—May 81 h and 9th. Come and have your eyes test.- el by a c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 April 1911

r*t' t< -i o TREASURED SECRET WAS OUT Football Referee's Devotion to Duty [ Evidently Had Got Him Into Serious Trouble. The reforms hiid swallowed the j whistle. It was very unfortunate, but It w;ih not IiIh fault. A burly forward liail charged him fairly In the center of IiIh back, sending hi" whistlo down his throat. "The game must end!" cried some one. "We can't do without a whistle." "It's all right!" gasped the referee. "I've got a substitute. We can go on." Ho produced a latch hey from his pocket, and as the game commenced blow several hearty blasts on his new whistle. Suddenly a w oman's voice, loud and angry, was heard above the roar of the game "Ferdinand, what does this mean, sir! Where did you get that latch key?" Then Ferdinand slunk off the field, for the voice was the voice of hi* wife. $ ft K!/, our gg What tShnll II G ■ 0k ^ n ry GETTING READY. yo' gwiue to di ACTOR? It Is nn occupation which It open to any boy of average In- telligence who has the Imitative facul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 April 1911

■ ■ T?— '.LI. ■■ A K Mrs. Streight Wins Appeal. —————— 4 ■ i I Waco, Texas, April 20.— The court ot criminal appeals at Austin has reversed and re- manded the case of Mrs. Min- nie Lee Straight, charged with the murder of her husband, Mexican Women Dalhart Doctor Are Held. UnderSuspicion. Brownsville* Texas, April 20 —Five Mexican women wee brought here last night from Mission by immigration offi- cials 011 charges of entering , Dalhart, Texas.—A warrant was issued for khe arrest of Dr. C. P. Brokaftv,'whose home was damagcid to the extent of one thousand dollars by fire the United States after once j this motiving. A paper satu- Gregor, last June. In the dis/were arraigned before .United trict court of McLennan couu-' States Commissioner Cole A. ty she received a life sentence. Good Friday Was His Lucky Day Editor T. E. Straight, at-Mc-| having been deported. They j rated' with turpentine led the authorities to suspicion iucc-u/ ciiarifiin. Iirokaw left town B. Cole today and place...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 April 1911

r a*' I I a 0 II 0 11 4 i THE ALTO HERALD ]•. Ii. ALLEN, Editor. subscription rates* •One Year •°° •Six'Months • • • • ,S° Three Months ..as All subscript ions are payable in advance. No name .will be put on th ioks until paid for. I'.uterocl as second-class matter Jan. 3. 1901, at the postoffiee at Alto, Texas, linger act of March 5, 1*79. . . .... - r.j.JSCSfT" —— . — - T" • I Notice to the .Public. Any erroneous rejection upon the charactrr, standing or .reputation of a iy person, firm or corporation, which may appear in the columns of The Herald \viU he gladly cor- rected upon its being brought to lhe attention of the publishers. "GADFLIES" GOSSIP. The speediest and easiest wav to benefit mankind would he lor every person to first re- KSON Breed to this Great All purpose Stallion L. S. Atkins attended eral court in Tyler Monday. Burnett now has the McCill patterns. Win, Blanton attended Fed- •ral court in Tyler Monday^] Bud Powell of Wildhursl ittended business here Mdn-j daj', ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 April 1911

-Cfc. A \ V l\ ,by WILBUR D. NEPBIT (Jjbyjurae? It's getting bo that when a man prupoaes to a maid (If nho accepts) ih^ poops at him with blushes, half afraid, As though she did not want to sny th« "Yes* without some study, And fltst she hints that June's tho month to marry anybody! Now, why Is It that ladles fair prefer ths month of roses? Won't January do as well? Why, any man supposes That February Is as good as March and April are, And May—sometimes the first of May seems setting dates too far. Of course, If he should pop in June it'i right enough to say That any of Its thirty dates shall be the wedding day. . It It's July, or August, though, Septem- ber or October, To wait till Juno Is apt to make the man look rather sober. November Is a thankful month; and hap- py grooms remembsr , Their brides as rarest Christmas gifts, If wedded In December. Now, congress might assist the men this choice of June to parry— Ry law the months could each be Junt for those who wish to marry. ' TH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 April 1911

i 1 * • 4 ' I b- 1: B 0 ll 0 1) 1 I £ jriBSfj « ij? •i i c I. 'ZWF I c f V t y h o s si tc wK3h tc I r-r- ^■BShO i^t?:'^X'' i% id 1 =* s ■HI. a/ s f}?an.1 . V T-'i.'tSCCSSRSjr -5ai.i^*« ap: N Now • „ , ,, k w IS the time to buy acerage tracts in this Lew addition, any she tracts ycu want at low prices* terms to suit. On either side of PARK St and on tPe 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, Ityou]dothey will never be as cheap, our prices are right, terms are right, will use you right. Always ready to show you property* l! u ( J I ' raHHHresae&'ZK:*; i mutmmmammmmmmmm mi iT^r^i'ja mmwm u ^ : v J JR A £>r*

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 April 1911

/\ / '■i-w «r —rr ^ •: !« «jjr.!>v MVonmaMMil tvwawm ww —i* fpNTEBTAINMENT :A T T H E ■School Building! Saturday, April 29, 8 p. m. Auspices Mothe;-s' Club. Free Admission.! anM«amr w zsv vnae&irm <■ rr rj?rrc a* -*e-i « . ■•. ^ j-t £aaaieaBete« Come and hear these excellent .selections. Prof. H. J, Albritton is now Superintendent of the Jacksonville Public Schools. Come and listen to ouc of your own Alto boys who is steadily mounting to the top round of the ladder of success. : : ; < Rev. J. T. Smith is one of <uir best informed men in school affairs. He will delivei an address presenting in a very fascinating manner the history and development of education from the carly days down to the present time There was a time in the history <>i our country when the education of a girl was considered an absurdity. Rev. Smith will tell of the wonderl'ii, changes public sen' timent has undergone toward that tabject of most vital importance today, that of education. He wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 April 1911

"V;; y i I THE ALTO HERALD 4 f ) i ... t. t. ALU N, Proprietor \ I TO TEXAS Eggs are tllrtlug with the common IKXIplu again. Tliere should be an anti-smoke or- dinance for boys Id knee pants. Many a man who laughs at the hob- ble skirt wear* cuffs ou bis trousers. An Arkansas man ate a bowl of 5'east on a wager. That's a swoll stuut, ell? GOOD ITEMS OF NEWS ENTIRE WEEK'S HAPPENINGS THAT ARE WORTH PASSING NOTICE. WHOLE WORLD THE FIELD "Clothe* o/t proclaim the man." Hut not In the case of tha new trousers skirt. It Is proposed to stop the flow of gold and girls to Europe by putting an export tax on heiresses. Current Domestic and Foreign N*ws Boiled Down to Readable and Small Spaco. Former King Manuel Is learning to play golf. He Is likely to find It fully its difficult as running Portugal. At this season of the year It Is gen- erally easy to get most people In- terested In good roads movements. A frog farm Is to be started at Man- hattan, Nev. Wo should think Hull- frog would bo a b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 April 1911

/V ,Up-t o-Da t e = Q1 othing! WmM1! Made to Measure L - Guaranteed to Fitl Cleaning and Pressing a Specialty. I;. I Give Us a Trial. Phone 74. J. P. BFINDLEY, Manager. I ! v i i , P. M. COLLIER. Proprietor. Short We were thinking the other alight, supposing aigentlepan came into our editorial sam.* turn and acted as follows* "Have I the pleasure of ad- dressing the editor of The Sil- ver Hill Bazoo?" "You have." "Ah. Is it possible that vou have labored incessantly in this God-forsaken commun- ity for ten years trying to in- cite the residents to better lives, nobler deeds, deeper thoughts, and heavier adver- tising?" "That is true." "Is it also true that you have rung out their wedding bells in the columns of your valuable paper, buried some of their champion skinflints with eulogy, encomium and team, conducted their social activities, mentioned m o s i pleasautly their comings and goings, praised their enterprise lauded their citizenship, con-' tributed to their prosperity and cr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 April 1911

■t < It \ a r I TfTE A f/l"<> I IKH A LI) E. E. ALIJ1N. Proprietor > >• THE STATK OK TEXAS. To the Sheriff or any Constable of C! r >ket* County—Greeting: You are hc.c'>y commanded to: Raymond lvickcil, aged 7> summon the unknown heirs of (died today from injuries in- Klisba Ki ;y. , de-eased, thr .names dieted last night 1>v their fatli-11 and r.su •nee , of aid defendants er, Grant £. .Kickert, making j Father Exterminates His Entire Family. Youngstown, 0-, April 18— Pearl Kickert, ug^d and ^>eiiSpf unknown vtp •plaintiff, by j •making publication of this citation J one.- i I ea h week for eight smxes- sive week• previous to the return dat." h t, in some newspaper pii lis :e.l iii yen" county, it there'hjs xvj|> aIHl iv,u daughter be a new.-,, but if i.ot . \v six lives the toll of his muiv derons fit,of insanity. Rickert took his own life by jj shotting after lie ii.nl killed s> f ap-.-r publish. 1 therein, (jharlottc, aged u,aiul Helen,|i then...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 April 1911

A Household Remedy Taken in the Spring for Years. Ralph Runt, Willis, Mich., writes! *IIood'« Snrwiparilla ims been n liouiie- hulJ remedy in our home a* Ion# us 1 enn remember. I have taken it in the spring for several years. It has no equal for clenrisinR the blood nnd ex- pelling the humors that nrcumulate dur- ing the winter. Iteing a farmer and ex- poned to bad weather, ray syKtem is often affected, and I often take Hood's Sarts^ parilla with good results." Hood's Sarsaparilla is Peculiar to Itself. There is no "just as good." flet it toiHy in usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called 8i)raatabs. Constipation Vanishes Forevei / Prompt Relief—Ptrmucnt Care CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS ae fuL Purely vejrt. •ble—act surely but gently on the liver. Stop after dinim diitrea— core indi- r on— improve the complexioa — brishtm eyes- Saull fill, Saull Deee, Small Pric* Genuine omtUu Signature FIVE DAYS ARMISTICE IS NOW OPERATIVE LOOKS UIKE PEACE HAS COMB TO ABIDE. MADERO SETS UP HIS...

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