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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 May 1911

V 1 V A < )i Ci Cr M. I)i U. C;i lie Cr Ni R. A1 pre CC} *> * n .1 ■ ■——'■■ ■Xxi ,x>v &i& \*.i :,\M >. . i it--. ^ v „ - * *1 > ' ■ •' *fc. * FRANK, HAWS & CROUCH -.M^y rti.-vuHVTTI'*''rr '• JB*'JO«WlOUn MM it • f... —- 1;R.V Jv, IIAWS & CF fWloor© Mote! w IS amonv.'iMi .ui Mrs. Joe Moore, prop. V.t 'V" ft: ,V\ 1 •V; p 1^*-.^ fc Located In Tlic ISwsinoss I'ari of Town. Vocr Palronage Appreciated $ I B E R R Y M A N & jj & W A T T E R S T he Banner Event o y*nuiw—«mi> i ii )UC1 I c •\ \ $£2** h tosrstcsaE^C-aEKSBBBJBBBBBBBOBBa:3:c;y#!22KicwxJsaiDMC5re.,ia.vv :x ;'.,;^flQK2<SK> \v::\uvV.;-.iwJi.^sC'a a ." drccjunsnsraflssss -sacc .\uipr v>* owejmu^g xpna uVUBdtfH <LJtv 5 fi\ is . i <'k- ,;i tv. 'v V • >• 'x It*. , Jj sis <v ■* IAY TRADES DAY Be Jour; remembered, and will benefit the tradimrand buying public at large To one and all, make our store your head- quarters. j ; i ; J. W. CASTER, Loader of Low Prices mrr-r .v «** ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 May 1911

it O )i;cn n<ANK, HAWS * CROUCH ke e Countv l"UJ.Ci/ VUX xc^rcsasm. .vj-.uioc rr; - inn ■■■imm ; a.uti-ju. . -i.na. .* .«*.•. i.1 i.wr, z.xx T°"v — — - - « i &?> a m LI to y L« 1 L ^-Vv 1* V V : *}\ 'V.V S ' i'.' ..., cC 5,0253 2SBM3R coaaiu at:2ot5. .xEsaras;; aaaasKKr:: .'riOBH^aci7XE :ff;3 sK^ -p- y °>f _ M 6 LJ £$* m «a a «. f *s n* if 1 C « TL • T T Ian have >j ou .h.OJ:,C-; ■** •!* t v« n> ._ . , ■ i M-M.J i i i .aw. . LI'J I. u . at w«^. \ •-. « in. 0 J"' "•&■■* K S fj O G '] A ? 5 ,? / /,—* S v ? 7Fk 8 h S, K V Mh flWf v/ ;1 !;il } £-$ LL ii co ot ihva .h Vi J a ?>$. N.i - "I.t . 1 r ■ III uw Hact :•. -«^Thom^ e ®* * —^ ^ — • . L W 1. kl tl * „ * '* / ,'i V. H . -cme witn a "o-ec" Towner b^irit an:! let's all get ffere|l and special horse races. Be sure and com* prepare;! to enter theraces that J — * las test pizt:, Sn ::p:: d oiih for furt v:r intermation. No Alto clL:...n i Vint •n 2 t< ily in a nicc Ug tc i 51.50 Save you mbney if •■• you buy ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 May 1911

A n w A 1 (>i Cr Ci M. I >i R. Ca lie Cr N't R. Al Pr< cej u HOW SOAP WAS DISCOVERED THE M|ND AND SH|F> GUARDING OLD MANUSCRIPTS J.ivomij Fitftwlfa Boiling L/« of Sod* Stumbles on It by Accident. Soap wiu discovered by accident. IV word i* derived from Savowia, l" town in Italy where the epochal v.overy took place. It happened 11ril: a fishwife of Savonna oneo had 'i ration to boil some lye of .soda in 111 iroi pot. When dm (jot through - ■ • f:^irn<i that slu> hud a sot i-fluid >'ibstance that mo ' ■ a lat'irr u wn- ' r and li.vi the i::1 riott? property >f r moving dirt. iSow II. i fart that it i.'moved dirt. esteemed of H'li'ill importance in Savonna, except f.ir the mystoriou.-uic^ of the eir- •i" .• '. So |!> fi-iliwife made in- .ii''of other mi' iibors of the fam- i:- and found that. I he iron pot had tin ■iI uiiv<> nil. Of on.;rH'\ she I. >: liiT'd i leaning the v< .-.sc*l, nlliniiv between oil 1 loffftin r h.d WoH<J'« Greatest Droadn...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 May 1911

. -%>• i rades DayMremsym List (Continued irom Trader Day Pa^e) ■yaurf.unct* «m r. t.• . •* - *. >. ..UMIVJ. arnnim < •« « ■■% rjr~ Died Ifi 1 perating Cliair. A i). ican 1; iical !•! il:. Carnival of To the widow will; tli- ! Haws (S_ Crotic b. Most ban hsome x.tryi To the y< ting !.-•• ,• c xi; a nice shirt w:i: For the part brii .1 11!' tl Ir.ie ' vC Crcutli. igou or buggy, lio.Mi ;i feck; ;il HO no .n i •. <o ii : yir ive oi Ti..- Alio T; To the i vr.:.; dollars to it To tl;.- jievMin ,1 .int. I . • L dist . ii. ■ J H .v. s & Ct ucli. :rente i number ui cities of tomatoes ,h ; Beaver ii . - lierrymau & Walters t i the : an ! voitmv .st cou- Day. . :.yst i;i;in >r woman, Alto Ice Company, horse a heavy shoM-ma lo riding bridle.— any. larg jsL deposit with us, we will add live A. It ) iS • ]<:• n 1c. itiiiR th ■ best artiqle boosting Alto we will publish 1)1 < ;i i . t, ii . C -i i! taking refuse'under the code of Medical £ hies an 1 wiic would slop...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 May 1911

c c V I) u c n C: N R. A1 pr< cej That i ired Reeling I but in rauM*d l y impure, impoverished lilood or low, run down condition of tht ay hi fin, h InirrirriHome and diftcouraging. iKi not put up with it, but take Hood's fearsApanlla, which removes it &a not Jung else does. "I had tlmt tired feeling, had no sp- |>etite and no ambition to do anything. A friend sdvined me to take Hood'* S*rsa- ) Ottilia. 1 did ho, and soon that tired oeling was gonf, I hud a good appetita • ml felt well. 1 believe Hood'* saved me from a long illnena." Mrs, II. Johnson, Vest field, N. .! (Set Hood's Harnaparllla today. In liquid form or In tublela called SarftdtQb9* To Cure Your Pimples. Take a cup of GRAND MA'S TEA every night before retiring. Pleasant to take and marvelous results in two weeks. Package 25 cents. HUNT'S CURE GUARANTEED For to* At your Drug gut Itch Eczema Ringwor Tottec ij Richards M dlcln Qp.) ti" ■■•miX'X. fcffil DECLARE PEACE The Annies Are Given Olficinl Notice. DIAZ TO...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 May 1911

EASY TO MAKE CANDIED PEtl THE BEST Delicious Confection Prepared Hom« Far Belter Than Can Be Bought. at DRESSED MAN Orange akltia (genernlly considered useless) can he used In two way* that will give much pleasure. Any girl who wants to have something a little out of the common for a luncheon party, or who wants to make a very •mall gift, but one that show* soma real work of her own, can accomplish either object by making miulled orange peel. Not by buying It at the confectioner'*, where plenty of It Is ■old. but by doing It herself. The candled orange peel made at homo and used while fresh Is so far su- perior to that one can buy that It seems Ilka quite another thing. It car be made of the skin of an orange that has been peeled and used In any way, but rather a smooth skin should be chosen, and It must be used before It becomes at all hard and dry. The first thing to do Is to scrape off with a knife as much as possible of the white Inner skin. Keep on scrap- ing until the skin Is ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 May 1911

m m«4wmmi .! i p ce \ LOCALS \ Mr. and Mrs, Jim Blanton have been in Lanesville sev- eral days witl-i Dr. Calloway, who is very ill. .c*.vrwi\ i f\t r nwnm iwvuuiwcti«k-.ionv. *\ttv j vj. C Brewer returned home j'oin Dallas Sunday. Mrs. Joe McKnight return- . d Sunday from IViadcll. '.i \I Deeher and family an iting in 1 bilhis lhi> veel:. Complete line oi late - t sheet :iusie at J, 1'". Noell's, Florence Fisher returned .mil San Marcus Monday, lVrry Nieh'" of Fatdiff wr.s George Siugletary returned nine from S in Marcus Mou- iv. Byron Scully spent Satur-j 1! dav and Sundav in laeksou Mrs. Walter Prince of For- „ ville. est attended the funeral of .'j Mi C'iffov l Grc.n of Rat, : Mr. and Mrs. Jones baby last,S cliff w is the gncrt of Mrs,1 Saturday. i£| Willie Green Sunday. Ah Di.kt-y spc / ::iid Sund iv in Ru .■>f John I!. Gtiinn, just received a fresh line of j , Aj?,,cw wil1 ,bu3' a11 °,fr V°« the ce'ebrat -d Red Bond brand]ch,c1ceas <1 c a {>■ ce.se—and old roosters...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 June 1911

I . Ad -e. dbc Hito Volume XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, June x, 1911 Number 26 TRUCK GROWERS Will find this bank rendering the same good service as in the past seasons, «£ The AltoState Bank M.C. PARRISH : : : PRESIDENT Alto Is In a Class To Its Self Alto, as compared to other shipping points in this terri- tory, is in a class to its self, as the first car loaded here was loaded by the growers hauled here on wagons, and was not supported by any local or ex- press shipments from tribu- tary points, which means that Alto ..loaded mofe tomatoes from wagon receipts than any other point in East Texas. That's going some, but "look who Alto is," Notice—To Farmers. Phone us your order for ice and we will deliver same to your wagon in town. Alto Ice Company. Last Hanging In Kentucky. Frankfort, Ky,, May 30 — The execution of Roger War- ren here tomorrow will prob- ably be the last legal hauging in Kentucky, as the law now requires all men condemned to death to be electrocuted, provided the crim...

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

I pj re Sliced Dried Beef Old Hickory Smoked Highest Quality Finest Flavor V In tented uloii jar* ut your iirocera 4 Ank for Libb/j'n Drli d Bool Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters Especial Moment to tbe Progressive Agriculturist ll sometimes happens tlint n woman in hit Urn n man bneauso sIih Ih sorry for hi in. Hut Ih not that a poor way to show her sympathy? If y<mr hliin in innrrod l>y pimples nn<l livci iu.'ii'I.m, tnUit (iurlielil Trn. It will rcRutntr tin1 livrr, cleanse the Hystcin urni purify tlnr blood. Took Profesor's Word for It. "Didn't you hear all of tho profes- sor'h lecture?" "Why, no. He began by saying that sleep is the secret of right liv- ing and then I fame home and went to bed." A Tame Substitute. "It begins to look as if those adven- turous young men who went to Mexl co In hopes of seeing some real light- ing will be denied that pleasure." "Yes. There In nothing left for them lo do now but to coino back home and jump on th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 June 1911

tA I „ .if <3 ;-I I S'' jm- ■ I i s MADERO RESIGNS AS AN OFFICIAL HE WILL CO-OPERATE WITH PRES. IDENT DE LA BARRA. FOR PEACE AND PROSPERITY Expresses Confidence in the Wisdom and Judgment of the Provisional President Juarez, May 29.—Francisco I. Jla- dero, In a manifesto to the people of Mexico, resigned the position of pro- visional President conferred upon him by a convention of the revolutionists at the city of San Luis Postosl last October, and called upon all Mexicans to support Senor do la Barra as tha Bole Executive of Mexico. Senor Madero places his forces at tho disposal of Senor <le la Barra and pays tribute to the character of the new Executive, pointing out that he "may •well be considered one of us." The manifesto was Senor Madero's fas act as provisional President. Having relinquished the post which he believed did not permit him to «nter American territory, he accepted *n Invitation of El Paso officials to attended a public reception In his hon- or Monday, follo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 June 1911

I 1 ( 1 t I p I p ce L •V KSON It you have relatives or| friends visiting you, or if your mother-^n-law is sick, 'phone) it in to The Herald office and we'll gladly publish it forj'ou. Trades Day. a lawn dress pattern for 35c. Only one pattern to the lady. R. E. Arrant. Robt. Usher, who has been with the United States Navy as Sailor boy for the past four years, came in Tuesday morn- ing and expects to spend a few weeks with relatives aud friends in Alto. Mrs. ]oe McKuight, whoi has been attending the bed- side of her sister, Mrs. Hoi/ somback in Madell, returned Sunday'afternoon accompanied by Mrs Holsotnback, who will spend a few weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Cad Boyd, If you have clothes to be cleaned or pressed, phone 74, Collier's. His prices art* the cheapest. Elsewhere in this issue of The 1 Icrald will be found an ad for K. A. Woody. Mr. Woody has just opened up a grocery store and asks you to call around aud see him, Look, up his ad and sec what he has to say. Pro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 June 1911

ii ,j.v ■ • ■ • • f - / V x ^ *W«w.- * V , ■ iTTT in I' •' 'k "« ys & CROUCH " I J J FRANK, HAWS & CROUCH ofN Cherokee Coun ty R fl D E S DAY you to be their guest on that day, The Mayor and City Marshal agree that the city I)od music throughout the day for everybody, Note Special Prices by the merchants, in the live stock line bring them in and you may find the man who wants to buy or rhat you are looking for, Come with a "Get" Together Spirit and let's all get better :es offered and special horse races. Be sure and come propared to enter the races that )0 for the fastest pacer. See special bills for further interrelation, No Alto citizen will WE Can Save You Money. LET US SHOW YOU ? ■■■••■■II III! I «*P ■■ ■ I M1 ■■ ■■■■■II NMMmMMBrwa Hogan d'Thomas 1 Wi Pirmfcmg, TIbe Best Adveirtasing MEDIUM In. The Coumfcy ^ Save you money if A E U A R you buy your dry goods and groceries A from us. A fresh L T line to select from. ^ ■tP? ♦J. M. BURJVKTT 1 - ?g from 2 to 4 mouths old $5...

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

uiifrciT Oates Gets Young Child Drowned Sixth New Trial. ^ In Bucket of Slop. ______ i Waxahasbie, Tcxa.i.—F o r Tyler,Texas, May 20.—Hit ^tic sixth time a new trfHl was sad news reached the city this gran till today to Burrell ()ates 'afternooii of the drowning of a the Dallas negro, accused of j youn#? child of Mr. and Mrs. in a few minutes and drove to the grief-stricken home as quickly as possible. Little Alice was the young- est in the home, being between 10 and 12 months of age. Mr. and Mrs. Briggs have recently moved to that community from the murder of Sol AroHoff 111 , .. . . ... (, Lee Briggs, who live 011 the 1 Fort Worth. 1 hey are among Dallas 111 1904. Oates was ** ' .... , ' 0 * ssntc.'cfil 10 death (Monday in >Tora ••*« ukl * • . flve * "lc * * peop''°f' ,Sp""f Ihc district t'ourt i.er,, 'and nix miles north „t (he city on settlement, and they have the , r «• • , • ! , .. ,n , . J. n. deepest sympathy 01 a large t lie " round for a new trial is the Sandflat road, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 June 1911

2^ • (A**** I . mrnrnm T K—hbald Eugene Lucas K. 1/. AIXEN. Proprietor Demented Man Leaped Attempts Suicid J 1 ucsday morning Eugene From Train Lucas ,na^e an attempt to' — commit suicide iti jail by cut" j I Tyler, Texas, May 23. On tln®- '1'ulse^ 'u ^Ic arm with last Saturday afternoon as the ^ie broken neck of a bottle? southbound Cotton Belt pas- ^e attention of Sheriff Mar- I senger train was about o eltU1 v,as mct^d abo it five mile south of Winona, and 0'C'0C^ *u tlle morning by an ! nuiiiingat a high rate of speed, llnusua' noise in the jail cells, I a man who had previously atul 011 instigation it was j jjj been riding in the parlor car, foluuI lljat Lucas had made an fj where he had left his coat and aUe:nPt t0 cross the river as jl hat, but who at the time was s'a'c<' a' ovc- Lucas had writ*- 0 111 the ordinary'coach, sudden-;^11 a no'c to family pre< j jJ ly exclaimed: "The officers vious t0 '-uttiag: hiiuself. me-thcre they coraejnote rc:ld as fol!'w " lid tliis, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 June 1911

— - -f \f s.„ ! M / ?* *v V'j yik U 'KVS X-: *•'.* sC-i x .i Vfi .■.* : -V«j « *■ • •*> 1 u; • •■-■■ vL*! .0 as u r o & f ,« r < * .. ■*-55 —*• ■UJ- Jtf ■•■ &&B&1 ^RANK, HAWS & CROUCH J J FRANK, HA* THE lyjoore H£t«! MRS. JOE MOORE, PROP. Located In The Business l'arl of Town. Your l*ntronatfe Appreciated BERRY SVI. A N & V A T T E R The Banner Event ALTO'S TUESDAY, JUNE m TRADES DAY lie Ion; remembered, and will bene.'.: I lie trad intrant) buying pub..,: large To oue and all, make onr store your head- quarters. : ; I ! J. W. CARTER, le:!'"'r of Low Prices THE ALTO COMMERCIAL CLUB and the business men of ALTO invite shall be yours for that day. THE' ALTO HUSTLERS' BAND will furnish gC which will apply to this day only. If you have a cow, horse, mule, or anything trade for it. If you want to buy one, come and see the ofieing and you wiJf find v acquainted. We will be glad to have you. You'll be glad you came. Note prb will be pulled off at Three O'clock...

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

JP h THE ALTO HERALD (\ E. IS. ALLEN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year $UOo Six Months Three Mouths All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put on the books until paid for. IF YOU don't like to live iu a live town where there is pro* gress going on all the time, don't coinu to Alto, for we are "goin' some. Entered as second-class matter Jan. 3, 1901, at the postoffice at Alto. Texas, unJer act of March t, i 79. Notice to the Public. Any erroneous reflection upon the <iliaracter, standing or reputation of any perfton, firm or corporation, which may appear in the columns of The Herald will be gladly cor- rected upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. Don't grumble, tor there's al- ways little bitter mixed with the sweet. Bk sure and be here 011 June 6— not the "19th"—for we want to show you who "Alto is." COMK, all you strangers, if von want to hear a noise like a crowd of people in a town so dear—Alto, June the 6tli. Thkre are several towns ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 June 1911

THE ALTO HERALD I. I. All!N, Proprietor ( I P1 ce ALTO, TEXAS Baseball slang In Japanese must bu something weird and appalling. Herewith approaches the Joyous sea- son when a man's keys rust In hi* pockets. No man Is a hero to his valet, and "no matinee Idol Is a hero to the lead- ing lady. A violoncellist was dismissed from • New York show because she would not kiss a man—In public. The Russian scientist who says rabies can be cured by eating beetles falls to announce a euro for eating beetles. "An Ithaca (N. Y.) doctor wishes to have placed In every public school the statue of a perfect man." Married or single? A bottle containing a one dollar bill was carried 300 miles by sea. But It didn't get within reaching distance ol New York. Reserve a few swats for the mos- quitoes that are coming, although all well-directed ones should be applied to house flies. A Missouri Judge rules that It Is llawful for a man to spank his wife. So, also, Is It lawful for him to thaw out dynamite. An O...

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

Oi - ' ? ,/ BAKING POWDER That Makts tha Baking BaHar Pailtirea are Almost ItnpoauibU with Calumet. Wo know that It will five you better mulu. We know that the baking will be poror —more wholesome. We know that it will be more evenly failed. And we know that Calumet (• more •conomiral, both in itn u e and cost. We know thene things because we fcsve put the quality into It—we have aeen It tried out in every way. It is used now in millions of homes and ita •ales are growing daily. It is tha modern baking powder. Have you tried it? Calumet Is highest in quality— modei ate in price. R«coiv««! Highest Award— World's Para Food Eajmeltiosu BAKING ROW for Made by the trus„ NgpoV ^ baking > Like the Other Chicks. Charles T. Rose, equally well known 1n Masonic work and banking circles of Cleveland, is a great chicken fan der. Rhode Island Reds being his fr.vorlte breed. Walking through his incubator house he discovered that Helen; the three-year-old daughter, had followed him. "Come here, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 1 June 1911

L\ I LOCALS Will Williams speut tin day in Wildhurst Sunday. Iv. K. Davis was the guest ( i Wildhurst friends Sunday. Sam Murphy spent Sunday :u Forest. Ben Shattuek spent Sunday in Rusk, Mr. -iiul Mrs. 1\ I), Miller ;;pent Sunday in Rusk. Sec R. E. Arrant for Ladies Muslin Underwear. Mr. Ben Davis spent Sun- day in Lufkin. Clias. Woods was the quest of Rusk friends Sunday. Ben Siugletary was down irom Rusk last Saturday. IvtniuetL Hattaway spent Sunday in Forest. Yc.i can get what you.want '■ i >i i I shirls at R. Iv. Arrant's. i'. Jim Summers so. 11' Si.:v':ay with Alto friends. Lee Thomas spent Friday nud Saturday with home folks. 'j'om Miller and wife spent Sunday with Rusk friends. Clifford Mullinix spent Sun- in Dialvill Mary Mi Gill spent Friday in Happy Hollow. Cail Woody spent a. lays iu RatclilT this week. Pat Latham of Forest was iu Alto Monday. For fine artistic job printing, The Herald can't be beat. Miss ] 111 ia Mathis is visiting her sister in Ratclifl this week. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 June 1911

4 i// l a oJA. [ V \ tZhc BUo IMerald Volume XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, June 8, 1911 Number 27 TRUCK GROWERS * Will find this bank rendering the same good service as in the past seasons, ^ The AltoState Bank M. C. PARRISH : : i PRESIDENT C I T A T 10 N. Two Negroes to Han; On June 29. Unless providence inter- venes or executive clemency is secured this county will have its first double legal execution ou June 29 next. The men to be hanged are two negroes, Alfred Alexander and John New Game Law Effective June 10 Austin, Texas.—Hundreds of cases , of alleged violations of the game laws of the state will be filed In the justice courts over the state after June 10, according to Chief Game Warden Emmett Smith, this Bayce. Both were convicted fc«ing the date on *which the in Ac FSfty-fonrth ditttfet new game law becomes effec- court here'and given ttte death tiVe. This law removes the penalty. Each has had liis jail sentence provission in the case affirmed by the court of criminal appeals....

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