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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 April 1911

..<■ <IIW /V Fil A :• Ifc I'lliMINAl.S Miss Fannie Ro.irk of Mt. is in Alto this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Birdsfmgl of Forest are visiting Mrs'. | j M uckleroy's parents this week, j Just received—A fine line. ;fr. Braly (if Troupe is the city this week. of 111011 and boys suits at Bur"! nett's. We can lit you here. If You can Solve This Puzzle in I I., E. Frank of Jacksonville j transacted business here Tlies- Mrs. J. W. Carter is visiting ]day relatives in Gilmer this week A* an advertisement we will give these prizes absolutel yjjud J'JMV'* Sending in tile neatest correct sojution of the " 1 H I'.N I N \ r.• - ■■ ■ e correct solution gets the piano, and the other prizes will lie awai.led 111 t k ok u o nun PR]'.!* to the persons neatest Burnett's has a fine line of men and boys straw hats. Morgan Barber of Forest was a visitor here Tuesday, Frank Huston of Nacog- doches was here Wednesday. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Brindley Sunday night, a bov. Best flour in town at Buiv Joe ...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 May 1911

tSf~OL x? bcJL^o Vol.i'm k XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 4, 1911 Number 2.! $5.00 IN GOLD I will gtve Five Dollars in Gold for the first crate of fancy tomatoes delivered to me this season, with cer- tificate from regular to/ mato inspector : j : M. C. PARRISH, PRESIDENT ALTO STATE BANK Killed a Annadilla. I REBELS 00 IT ALONE. El Paso, Texas, May 1.— The assertion |that apparently an attempt was being made to stimulate anti-American senti- ment in Mcxieo was answered today by Dr. Vasquez Gomez, who said to ihe Associated Press correspondent! "I have heard many charges since the revolution began that the Standard Oil Company and other American corporations have supplied funds iu sup- port of the revolutionary move- juent!*" We have ymt win ad' vised by telegianis that iu the chamber of deputies charges of this kind have been renewed. I wish to deny emphatically that a dollar of American money has been used." School Tax Carried. The school tax election held here Tuesday stood 56 to 8...

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

i / J!* | ' M-> lm In May Bewartf CHINESE EMPIRE IS ol Dyspepsia, 0V[R fl QQ^^Q to,000 TROOPS IN IMPERIAL CITY MAY REVOLT. rebels found everywhere Seruha •yspepsia, The Work of Destruction Carried Ob With Zeal of Fanatics. Loyalty Everywhere Uncertain. DIDN'T CARE TO BE DONE. ALL RUN DOWN. A. J. Ailams, 242 Rose St., TtoRPburR, Oro., says: "My hack aclipil fiercely for hours ami tlion eased up only to leave me no weak 1 could hardly move. Kidney secretions con Ulned heavy sediment and burned awfully In passage. Everything seemed to he gradu ally fiivins way; my limbs ached, elRlit be came poor and blood circulation was so 1m paired that. 1 reeled and had (o clutch something: to keep from falling;. I grew worse and for weeks was unable lo work. One thing after another I tried without relief and then I began wRh Doan's Kidney Pills. I now feel like a different per eon." Remember the name—Doan's. For sale by all dealers. f>0 cents a bo*. Foster-Mllburn Co., Iluffalo, N. Y. A Herf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 May 1911

■■ yy*^ B jl I ^WSSv I H DRV •> THEALTO IIEJRALI) ;E. E. ALLEN. Proprietor THE vSTATK OF TEXAS. To the Sheriff or any Constable of Cherokee County—Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon the unknown heirs of Ijlisha Riggs, deceased, the names #nd residences of said defendants being unknown to plaintiff, by .making publication of this citation :ly personals) i V/il .T.& .lT* I 'iHUMLI! J. W. Tyra and J. C. Russell of Wells spent Sunday in Alto. Mrs. Ira Dorsey of Jackson- ville was the guest of Alto friends last week. Wilkins buggy top springs arc the stuff. Let us show you. Alto Trading Co. once in each week for eight succes- T . . r r ,, , ... , T. D. Huston or Nacog- Sive weeks previous to the return, , , -at , , , , , \ doches was in Alto rridavano newspaper .. . , Saturday, returninj j home Sunday. to his dale hereof, 111 some published in your county, if there be a newspaper published therein, but if not, then in the nearest I Lake Orton and B. S. Shir-j county wher...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 May 1911

"W— >" 1 I 1 J A 4 ji * Woman Is Dying Husband Arrested. New York, April 30.—Mrs. Winifred Callan, a bride of I'.-ss than a week, is dying in the Flower Hospital from u ounds which the police say v. if inflicted by her husband iu a quarrel early today. The husband is under arrest pend- i.i^ the result of her injuries* According to the police the young husband st.'13'ed out un- til midnight last night cekv brating his recent marriage with his friends and was up- !)iaided by his wife when he returned home. He thereupon f '1'ctl up a heavy club am 1 i. :it her into unconsciousness completing hi? assault b} si..bbing her repeatedly with;, huge knife. 1. is more pleasant to be ii> \ ted to take a higher seat than to be deprived of it. It is more pleasant to be king of a c ittage than a servant of a p.iince. It is better to be a g""d five-cent piece than a bo/ • quarter; in other words, it ) ■■ better to hold ourselves at what we are honestly worth. Yhe world is full of people who n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 May 1911

.rv, .•iwaswnEsm V ; t \ V WASHABLE RUGS IN KITCHEN None Other Should Be Used, for th Most Excellent of Sanitary Reason*. TIurs for it kitchen should always toe waehuble. as the Rrease they ac- cumulate is unspeakable. Good look- ing mixtures In rag weaves are suit- able and far more sanitary then ih« custom of some households of using ruRs that have grown too shabby for other rooms. A woel rug should be put on the line and well'beaten onco a week and should be wiped ofT fre- quently with soap bark and water or with a special carpet soap. The sink, besides dally scrubbing, should be wiped out once a day with a cloth wet In kerosene or turpentine to remove lingering stains on the en- amel. If the Blnk Is an old-fashioned Klnc one It should be rubbed with coal ashes to remove discoloration and later scrubbed well with hot soda wa- ter. Al least once a day pour a good disinfectant or hot soda water down the drain. Keep a box of washing sodn on a shelf over the sink and dis- solve a lum...

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

,J •t imss- k is the time to bu^ acerage tracts in this i.ew addition, any size tracts you want at low prices, cerms 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. Iiyou|dothey will never be as cheap, our prices are right, terms are right, will use you right. Always ready to show you property* r / \ * * A i The Knapp Realty Co Alto, Texas.

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 May 1911

X MM / THE ALTO HERALD K. E. ALLEN, Emrou. Ti-.i.l-your fiier.ds t>fF al'out Thk farmer is entitlrd t< the advantages of Alto. "fore things than lie receives Ht keeps the world np, and S i ]!■. V*'1 'E,^J«e,^J.",^rs,x'■*' •? L*'-'U.vr^r^uNr'^r- *,1?' SUBSCRIPTION RATES LKT the stranger know that if it wasn't for linn the mer- v*j*- •k&|.' he is welcome in Grand Old chants and business men ^ r,'"o/s AifM would have to close their doors.1 u-Js «AUO, ' . VJ.V2 if 1 • $1.00 • SO 1 Still their are some merchants i^ 5 If yon need any- thing in the way ■ 25 j which we had rather be, a J Uicir support who wouldn't be x-S of cleaning a u d It's hard for us to decide• that think they are entitled to One Year Six Mouths Three Months All subscriptions arc payable in poodle dog or a niossback who | willing to donate a penny for pressing, would hold out > a dollar until their cause. The farmer u,j„ ,7' advance. No natnc will be put I oil the books until paid for. t|,c cil.^c . fjm al...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 May 1911

SV ft J J / I'd 1 • Ifr •mMK!' i THH ALTO hliRALM i t. 1. All I M, Proprietor A I.TO. 'l'KXAS L- 1 1 And here comes the four-slit Bkirt. Tho trouser skirt In tho only one that needs police protection. The price of lobsters has gone up, but tills Is no exi'UBe for b"iiig ono. It wouldn't seem fair to tax bach- elors and let the young widower* es- cape. GOOD ITEMS OF NEWS ENTIRE WEEK'S HAPPENING3 THAT ARE WORTH PASSING NOTICE. WHOLE WORLD THE FIELD Current Domestic and Foreign N w« boiled Down to Readable and ttmall Space. The "bungalow" hat Is the latest for women. Can It bo bought on the In- stallment plan? It wag Queen Elizabeth who said a lie 1b an Intellectual method of meet- ing a difficulty. Tho population of India is 315,000,- 000, an Increase of 211,500,000 since 1801. No race suicide there. Absolute Independence consist*, nays one writer. In eating onion* and nut giving a-darn who knows It. "Convicts aro not the worst men." Bays a Chicago preacher. Still, there are a lot of ...

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

tint* •u. )w THE ALTO HERALD Ii. E, ALLEN", .EDITOR. —— Is Sent To Jail. 4= SUBSCRIPTION RATES On«* Year Six Months Three Months All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name- will put on the books until paid for. oo 50 25 Alto, Texas, un ler act of March was stopping, which 3. 1K70, i . , . ,, , ' 1111 his arrest. .Cole wc Entered as second-c'asi. matter i . 111 , ■ , Jan. 3, 1901, at the pOft< 'fficc at the hotel at which resulted -as in San , -M ! L_!_! - r . pij i 1 ■ , .. , Antonio about three weeks Notice to the Public. . i • n- . a^o, representing himself to Any erroneous reflection upon,the I be an officer of the maneuver rliaracter, standing or reputation of , • • „ r any person, firm or corporation, division# His impersonation which may appear in the columns was Successful, his personality of The Herald will lie: gladly cor- Trinity Mot> Jjireatened. : V - Crockett, Texas, April 2S— j Two Mexicans were brought !| up from Trinity by Sheriffi A. W.,Phillips and pla...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 May 1911

4 i "V" 1 I I I .Officers Unable to Crazy Man Jumped Down {Body of Dead Woman. Sixty-Five Feet to Death. Booker T, Washington Has No Bid on 1. & G„ N. 'Tyler,April 26-—Thc| San .Jose, Cal. April 25—- 'Courier Times telephoned the j Pat I celing, a trusted inmate Justice of the Peace at Mineola of the state hospital for the iiv this afternoon for some furth/i sane at Agucw, adopted a novel er infonuation concerning thei means of killing .himself yes- finding of the dead body of a vwomau in the Sabine River 3'esterday afternoon near Lake Fort, some eight miles of Mineola. The justice stated [that the officers went to the river yes- terday afternoon, but failed to locate the body. It appears that earlier in the day two men, J. P. Chainblcss and McCarty were fishing nq;ira The N;:c ,edoclies Sentinel says that the report that Booker T. Washington backed by a colored syndicate would try to buy the 1. &,G. N. rail- terday. lie climbed to the road at (the receivers sple at fop of t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 May 1911

As $3.50 RECIPE CURES WEAK KIDNEYS, FREE HELIEVES URINARY AND KIDNEY TROUBLES, BACKACHE, STRAIN- ING, SWELLING, ETC. Stops Pain In the Bladder, Kldrveyt and Back. ' Wouldn't It be nice within a week or so <o begin to any goodbye forever to tbe •raiding, dribbling, atrainlng, or too fre- quent pn sngo of urine; the forehead and tlio bacU-of-the-hend achea; the stitches and palim In the bark; the growing tnua- <l« weakness; apots before the eyea; yel- low akin: sluggish bowels; swollen eye- lids or ankles; leg cramps; unnatural «hort breath; aleeplesancaa and the de- •pondency? I have a recipe for these troublea that you can depend on, and If you want to snake a QUICK HECOVEKY. you ought to write and got a copy of It. Many a doctor would chargo you $3.50 Just for writing this preacrlptlon, but I have It and will be glud to send It to you entire- ly free. Just drop mo a line like tills: Dr. A. E. Itoblnaon, K-253 Luok liulldlng, Detroit, Mich., and I will send It by ro- turn mall...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 May 1911

V J* I 4 it r Of <C( ]*• tli ei fi vW y p ;1S c t 1 t , I : It LOCALS Miss Mattie Murphy spent a day in Forest this week. Miss Nellie Siugletary spent Sunday in Rusk, Satisfaction guaranteed at Guinn's drug store, of course. judge McClure spent Thurs- . day in the city. Miss OlaVautersis visiting in Rusk a few days this week. Paul Palvy of Wells was in. Alto Saturday. Miss Ivlsie Caves of Livings-1 ton is the guest of Mrs. Oscarj Wilson this week. Mr. 'McClendon visited Forti Arthur Sunday. Mrs. Geo, 15. Cutler spent a few hours in Redlawn Sat/, tirda v. We. clean and press suit for 75c, Phone 74, licr's. Ed Mays of Weches and Miss Foman of Cold Springs were married Sunday. Mcrgaii Ahcarn and Miss Fannie Noell attended services in Rusk Monday. I Geo. Singletarv and wife I spent a few days in Rusk last! week. Pants pressed 15c, suits .pressed, 35c. Collier's, phone 74. Miss Maud Cmnuiings vis-; iled friends 111 Dialville Sun/ •day. AT THE lirnest Me Knight of'Pollok attended busin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 May 1911

«wr« miinimrvm bUsX&A© v ./ >f ffbe Volume XI /flv f ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY n, 191 Number 23 oggftMPaacy ragaawas &,raamim?3^M««iiHBMMgsMaag; Banking Service, rusfee Election. I IIIIMH !!■ II■■■■ ■■«! Wi|i|IliiHill The number of people dew vVo cheerful'y take c:iro ing business with this bank|of all valuable papers and is proof of the service welfurnish private Jock box if give. 1 you desire it. I vVe take pleasure in ad-J vising on any financial matters. We extend courteous treat- ment, regardless of the size of your account. I We appreciate the b ness given us, .\hidi 11 C, t y lias caused us to make wondeiv fill growth in a short lime. If you have 110 bank ac- count, or want to make a change, we offer you our The Alto State Bank Capital and Surplus Over $13,000. — -ri >y;-ET i£W&6fiHfNSK>2StffiflBK3REBfc Diaz To Give Up Presidency. Mexico, City, May j.-Gen- 1 am sure that my resignation will not be followed by an- At the election held on the j6t!i of this ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 May 1911

ti .0 <c 3 t € WHY, YES. SHE GOT THE NOTE Beautiful Roses Appreciated, but There Was a "Fly in the Ointment." A youriK man whose gallantry Is In excess of his meanH sought to remedy this defect uud to hhvo the expense of the money required for the pur chase of flowers for his lady loves by arranging with a gardener to let hint have a bouquet from time to time, In return for tils cast-off clothes. Ho It happened that one day he received n buncli of beautiful roses, which ho at once dispatched to her bouse. In sure anticipation of a friendly wel- come he called 011 tho young woman that evening He got a frosty recep- tion. "Did—er -did you get tny flowers today?" lie was finally forced to ask. "Yes, and the note that went with them." "Note? Why, did I send a note?" "You did. A disgraceful note, scrawled with a blunt pencil, on dirty paper. Here It Is. I don't understand It, and I don't think you are very humorous." The note read as follows: "Here's your flowers, but you owe me a pai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 May 1911

/V * —j THE ALTO HERALD (TELLS ( F GIFT FROM OUTLAW. ]•:. E. AIXI-N, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES New Y< rk,—John Frillman .. „ |of Oil City. Pa., -.vlio was in One \ ear Si.oo 7 ' Six Months 5ojNewY < k recently, had a queer Three Months 25 tale to tf:M. He said he was All subscriptions are payable injofn his way to Danvers, Mass., advance. No name will be put i, , , • r on the books until paid for. !to "Over a sum « 1 money to a - - - - ■ ■ man there whose name he Entered as ^ecoiul-c'ass matter 1 pretcrrcd to keep a secret. Jan. 3, 1901, at the postofFice at 1 This money, lie said, was left j the Danvers man, when le ! was a hoy, by Jesse James, the Notice to the Public. Missouri outlaw. Alto. Texas, 1111 ler act of March ; . S79- Any erroneous reflection upon the" character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation, which may appear in the columns of ThqJ leraid will be gladly cor- rected Upon its being brought the attention of the publishers. to REBELS' COO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 May 1911

Vff I v r il11 A v .0 <c J t Popped At His Big E.^iul Suit, serious reading Paoa-in-Law.: run or vi (. it) In vi).;.; •.''.u ar- ;::ill!7, ConsiabK? w; ii : ti.e .\eehcs pr< an<; fie city thi-? uior:iinv in custody a r.-.v.'o .• restct1, in Necb.si'r eh.u • ,1 will' lakn;., : iancv huL ineffectiiu s'.i lVis father ii; i.iw. It ... cd the nt'grc■ ui Vr: ■ a little .!2 'ivv :■ !'. seven times t isis , law, mis:;iu,:; • ' so aggrieve i him wound up dv t Ii row i; little cannon at. his int victim. Tin: ii • i in jail Palestine Ik'.'aU. Give the l)'>vs j chnt Siic'A tliein thai yot! : do trust them am' ••• I' out of ten y.'ir c>n • '•)< noi be mi.''] 1 seed, I'm a' tl know you do not tr.i-t the !hen they ha ve no . ' < ion to uphold, s do ti >; . In the Circuit Court of the 1'nited States, for the Ivistein District of Texas, at Tyler, there was hied last bill in equity y acre to an- ' i ounty, res i i 'imtv. le ton Monday a iver 2,88s Angelina n i- 'r ;C<1 e p....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 May 1911

As •n \ / VEAL FOR THE TABLE HOW CHOPS AND CUTLETS SHOULD BE PREPARED. Ing Cutlets. Many Ways of Dishing Up This Meat of Spring—Veal Birds on Toast- Three Methods for Bread- i r /.'• • Veal In a spring meat. It Is also a ronvenlent meit and adaptable. Though considered mora light and deli- cate than beef, It Is not suited to all di- gestions, for some people may never eat It with impunity. For rather quick meals, for double service In soup and some meat dish, for various Imita- tions of chicken, oyster and birds, veal Is extensively used. Loin Chops of Veal, Saute.—Dredgo four modium sized chops with flour which has been well salted and pep- pered. Place In frying pan with blue hot bacon drippings. Blend and pour aver chops two tablespoons of tomato zatBup and one teaspoon of Worcester- shire sauce. When chops are well browned cover the pan, lower the gas, and cook slowly for IB minute*. Add four tablespoons of water and steam for a moment before serving. Veal Cbops.—Roll chops in f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 May 1911

0 '( 3 t < e> u Jl ill HI ill1 JH II Jl< -if yri f'm r,i Of one atti lisii f roi illll the inii ami '1 ,«str Owi •birtj final P his i<ioun jpora if.ioui 'nysU ^ vul( Itbo I leail F Slio' in ee; Brat !>;'.ar Friends: I f! !j \Yc caa truthfully say our business has shown such n phenoncnal iinrcasc the past year that we doubt there b.'ing another business, "f any kind, in this city that will equal our record Now, there is a reason for this that explains itself. If we h id not sold honest goods at hon e: i prices, with polite and prompt attention, we couid not h ive shown this gain. To those who we;e our pal tons last year, we couid of„-r no stronger reason lor them remaining our cu-to- m rs than to assure them < i the same square deal at our store in the future thai they have received in the past. When y u arc sick, you send t"r a physician in whose ability you have the greatest con idence. It isn't a matter of h i ndship tlvn. but the duct >r who can cure yw'.i is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 May 1911

m'yjhA V /K SSEKWm 1.WUWH FREE if You can So!vq This Puzzle HSLas23ti •j.'iuiujicr.TO.- ^staassfssaet i As an advertisement we will Kive these pri/.es absolutely ainPnncoiKlitionally I'RKIC to the pc: sons send niR in I lie n-.-atesl correct solution of the "TWIiNTY-SKYKN VVZZl The iK\test correct solution gets the piano, and the oilier prizes wil| be uwar L I in the order of ni rit. FIRST I'RI/i: UeautifulS.^o t'pright Piano SI-CON I) PRIZK fa.so Upright Piano for 5125 THIRD PRIZK $350 Upright Piano for 5150 FOURTH PRIZK Ladies' 0. Watch value 525 FIFTH PRIZK Guitar Outfit, value 820,00 £i3B2ZV-Z3?iZLZ'Z2 T-^RBar'i \ s> f ;'^ZCTS13HKMtire,3HEaB a sa-l ojsmasBKESHaas andsjssb ESgh ty-Eigh t OVER ADDITIONAL AWARDS to the nxt ciglity^eight neatest correct solutions, Everybody who sends a cor- rect solution will receive a prize. PI tj B 1 1)1 RUCTIONS—- Take the numbers from 5 to 13, inclusive, and place tliein in the squares so that when added together vertically, horizon; aily and...

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