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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 June 1911

wmm i I. — I: v> ' jR friends and patrons are quick to realize the savings that are iriade possible by a Salo of this kind; when all our seasonable merchandise are being sold at a great reduction; enabling those with limited v; to enjoy the same luxury, the same advantages, granted usually to only the richer classes, o* Don't Miss This Golden Opportunity <«L I A c.]?y may mean a monetary loss to you. Come today—Come overy (lay. We ofier every minute of ^ j the day, while this sale is on, genuine, tempting bargains to everybody, & «.< «.* :i^aaa*.er.rs<v .%gr^a wcxr;' Bear In Mind:: is a Bargain 1) a y, a t AVU ^ —J ', . -J> C 'J * 4 w4 J -1 - -1- > i. -t. .'-J. --1 ..Ji.jJf '-If.'Jt >•-. I *. .-J * ,>J - i .-i+.ylt..J*■-Jr-JI. .--I,.>i. i-i«. -T *. rV,v fiS* P •j/v fEft KXOU; ft ^ > AS a WaS /i ■i s "i>: i> IJ * i \ 1 i: M"1 'ictcd busi- ness in Palestine Tuesday. Mrs. C. B. Cutler spent a few days in Rusk thi-s week. Dr. Dillard of Weches tra...

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

r ry s V V o X «, . ~ Asffi&y V ^ ^ t* ^ 1 id i'4 « ,'v> BM t.T, y Rjf W i VA.k /. W* ^*4 yi i^wi € # w #• . J h - A VOLl-MK XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, July 6. 191 r Number f. reh„•....; • ., ^i&cdsaoEE iTV* "****".' EMBMBaMA'myMWfftWJiga Trip to Orange. The following at to .11c 1 lli ; 7" aaiJtiMav.--: •«* •>Lv.v«K2 V. &X.&-* r* r e « 1 d^y>' I Take this method of ex- ttudihg our thanks to the truck growers in and around Alto and Redlawn for the good business giv- en us this season. We have had many valuable new accounts opened \v t'l us, and tj ti.o<e wlio have not "cashed in" their checks, we invite you to bring them to u& and be- cojne a customer. : s Alii Bani 5UCC8SSIU mmh 39 | A— "^WW ri>sr:j Troup's Community fair Troup's big annual the Community Fair, is set for Wednesday and Thursday, Father Shot 4 Lovers Down. July 26-27. Preliminary re- ports coming from committees in the various communities participating are so encourag- ing that the Ex...

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

■■Ml ej jam "fr?* ' I 1 J vt I^ot- I s Present Vou With One f \ oJTJioscBeautiful"WhiieHoiise" 11 Pun^h s Absolutely FRKIi. ^ Ralclift' Herald. A \\ Jkfj f\ ', "Y-' •«> ■> $ A t i n j-Wk > M* .v ,v. S 1 v < J- : ' • "f vW \ ..f,k C*skv:*"K ■"" U.jJ '|V v. MM} «■ • \ji . ■ ■■ \ 1;. SMWRt - r ■K 9 CONDENSE? LOCALS. ! Ratciiir Hernd. |f J. II. RatclifT was a business !■ Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Heber; visitor in Alto lust Saturday j Cnniuiings, I uesday, Juue 27, j Roy RatclifT is visiting in a boy. Alto this week. The Great-Summer Sale clo«c". nt Frank, llaws C\: ruh Saturday night, July Sili. 15 11'gain.; for everybody. , ,, r« H. O. Woody and wife a.idi .1 Mr . '('ii v. Kits rtv 1 . Mi'-. \\ ; 111c Jones learned .■v Lurued to their lioiiie 111 Lrat.- . , , • , , ^ - - - last vcck to their home in t Archie Holcombr,nd Howell Lec Walker of Alto had b;i u i:i RateliO Saturday, Perkins, Imboden & Perkins LAW VERS Practice in All Courts \v M. Imboden, Rusk H. H. l'erkins; Ru...

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

t \. , <u- ) M u ■y the alto HERALDlwitlidrawal Of Texas Troops. E E. h. ALLEN, Editor. -ubSCKif- f iO'i RATES ()iu' \ r;.- Killed In F g ,t. , Tcxri;-, J.i .ie 30. Six ^T<rt.i;U- .. TJiree M( iiths. All subscriptions arc* advance. N< > nan: $t.oO 50 25 payable in will be put on the books until paid for. V.niercd as second -c'a s matter Jiiti. luoi ,u Hi p istoffice at Alio, T.--;a lu act of March 187.1. Notice to the Public. Am i: oni oiv* k di" . > ion upon the (•liara -it■: yt.iiwli:;^ «• reputation of oii>" pi-ivjn. firm ■, corporation, whic'i 11. > appea: iu the •columns of Tli- Herald v.'!! '>e gladly cor- rected upon it- In iii^ brought t(j the attention of th- 1 ublisliers. Thank the Lord the election wi'l soon he over, and the "hired help" on both sides will he given \ rest, and time to .spen i thei: hard earned tfages. Washington, June 30.— President Taft has under cuiv sidcration the withdrawal of the troops now forming the maneuver division in Tex...

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

b*r/Ab*imvm>tr'u0'Mpi knm*m / •I "t * ll /; i FOH PAINTING k i \PERIN0 V 5 {' t V H i. & :>i Ml f IIV ryrxr^p No j<rl> too jirral or too small. Mother Cuts Throat of J Children and Suicides (« v \ II Work r ir n i ood Lockney, Texas, J .: c ).— Excessive heat -terda\ caused Mrs. Maude V :Crar\ of Los Angeles, Cal. o kill her three small clii.- cn l>> cutting their throat with glass and then totak< her own! life by hanging. She was; temporarily i n s a n t Mrs.! McCrary was here vis:ii.ig her- _ mother, Mrs. R. M. Hamilton. ,!e " cl,ac'ed bV the Leg,sla Some tune yesterday Mrs. THE FISH LAW—POST YOUF-' ~ SELF. An act to prohibit the catching or killing or destroying any fish in the fresh water streams, lake s, bayous, ponds or pools within the State of Texas. Passed by the last Legislature, ap- proved March 25, 1911, aud becoming a law from and after the 12th day of June, A. D. 19x 1. JM.1 j no rice: } Bring ■ ture of the State of Texas: Sec. 1. That from aud...

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

V' I R" ■ B «r «- THE ALTO HERALD h '.11 this tuwwejr and printed it: j in your pap r was neither srood Iv. K. AI.LKX . UUITOR. SUBSCRIPTION RATES luck nor bad luck ft-r you. spider w. a meri'.y lo..l;ing '1 h'.' 1 On<> Year Six Months Three Mouths. .. All sul advaiiLv. .mi unme will \i ' '"S Vi:til j for. ii' pij) r '.i> see which ltu-rcliant is i , i-.vrt>:i!.,j, so lf;at he can go 1 his uv'i acn s .25 j tile (iuui I a I L of is::', i : "'!:ons are payable in • lrbed peace ever alloi\>.ad. _ A '.to is growing everyday and ----- • twill:- ,11 hvv-ome one of the pret- Knluv I as : ootid-class mat; v 1 Hast 'l\xn . Jan. 3, 1 ■ > j 1, at the post'>fi1i''.-> at1 J bv:v is ouly one drawback which I iwas, 1. 11 ; act of Ma: T: g ,vs it a:i ugly app : r ucj cud that is the old dilapidated bn"i•:i; j which, with a little effort at: o ig 1 tlv eitiy.etin, could be gott.;: rid of. ils ■ un'p'.nuling'country, i,':c \\ n never 1 t-. .1 fe.v' i.e. ;> him . 1 1 fr.u:i ...

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

m m ' I ' Mrih 9 "1 i - i K I > j / V ■ k V V \ i j- 'I Si 'I >* '1 M ' '•Ssc« MMM -JBPP^-''Y , ""1^ m* : k I 11>, pL ! • J$1 3 IS t p vK p ot v, 3'X 'wx' . _ -J« f """* i •"•; v. p ^ *> <1#- VA RJ r* L'i| -£0 | !:'.Vi V' J vJ. QB t\l t<' /.'.• I fc>V t *1 &*L«o> £i—& :f)V 'v\> ! -.v.: v; i *7 * <vA. J —m ! a - V*' Bf m M S b /y * $3 ii.rs i v5 Isf la I .-■*.£* c -y ! :! \Jf \J a M I >•, *> 3 A Success from The Start!—II i|.-,-,.-.v ^ v: ,-, I, innr - iiiiin i i i i iniinminmriiMHT i r --h — ""r "■' vI /f^xUR iri ..ads end patrons are quick to reaiize th: savings that are made possible by a Sale of this kind, V;s ' '•' v/nen all our seasonable merchandise are being so1 J at a great reduction; enabling those with limited \ i ' nvans to c:Voy the same luxury, the same advantages, granted usually to only the richer classes. •** • ; I * ' • fry *>:■ 4 • '• fVi,5,; ^ •• i V . i' ■< A*. * • £ I i"; j ^ * « Ion I IL> O r, J C. . O O i S ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 July 1911

VOUMK Xl zujv; K-mKmsas, .■aa-.v,rr Take this method*5 Ici:diIipr our thank™ trucki growers in ^ around Alto and Red! for the pood busin etfs: en us tliis seasnnl have had many va new accountsopene us, and to tl o e wli cashed checks, we invite y bring them to us an come a customer All® S^i? B—^ installed to pfonl lire ana con veil patrons. Convcnie easy of access over lent road, graded all times in repair, walls of elevated em v.'Jici; I f •VLTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, July 13, 1911 Number / SAM HOUSTON PARK—ALTO. The Sam Houston V the suburbs of Alto, completed and opened to the public, will be one of the finest, the best equipped, and one of the most charming pleasure resorts 111 this section, should,1 that nature has so of>^ts Promoters1 provided, a shadv a n 1 a t e r fa fi%e;j t h e. fi n an qial-ti_au d- Jig, tho'^;^ 'a.unilia;;ity Mttiiilar inatitiuioiic tilsewke,. and the exceptionally splendid business acumen of the man/ a^ers, proving beyond the pps; sibility of doubt,, that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 July 1911

MS£&> r ■ ,',W.' ' ~rrr , .^r . ... . ,j mmm % ■' rttL? . e? / 7 < i L TUB ALTO HERALD t. f. AltlN, Proprietor ALTO, Th'A'AS i Bunduy fun too often ends Id a tu- be ml. Properly muzsled oorb are biting •ery few persons this season. In the case of a hot wave It la pleas- ant to speed the parting guest. To be certain of finding burled treas- ure, dig In your vegetable gurden. The pistol In the house generally gets somebody Into trouble sooner or later. Fathers, tench your boys how to Swim—If you have to learu first your- ■elves. Persons who don't like to have their pictures taken usually show It In the photograph. A large per cent, of the marriages turn out happier than tlio gossips Im- agine they will. There's another advantage that ao- crues to a highbrow—his straw hat •lays on In a gale. The pitch for tuning pianos has been Increased from 436 to 438 vibra- tions. More misery. Porch sleeping is regaining popu- larity. It Is all right until the early tnllk man begins to arr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 July 1911

/7_ *" JACQU ILLUSTRATIONS COPYRIGHT 1908 by THE AS, COPYRIGHT 19O0 by THE BOBI SYNOPSIS. I Im the Count <11 Fioalnl, the Italian imban- ' paua# ?f ' at dinner with diplomats In man, tne national capital when a meBnenger • prlngrs a note directing hlrn to come to took i tne embaaay at once. Hero a beautiful | g0 much!*' younic woman QNkn that Hhe be given a ticket to the embassy ball. The tick- et is made out in the name of Mils Is- abel Thome. 1UTRELLE G.Kscftrvszjr <3UHDAY MAGAZWE3 ILL COM PAHy Yes, Mr. Campbell of lervlce." There was a rim in removed bis Im- n from tbe desk, and olio! In half an hour? CHAPTER II. Mr. Campbell and the Cable. Just as It Is one man's business to Cnanufacture watches, and another man's business to peddle shoe-strings, •o It was Mr. Campbell's business to know things. He was a human card Index, a governmental ready reference Dusted to the minute and backed by *11 the tremendous resources of a na- tion. Prom the little office In the Se- cret Serv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 July 1911

&Wk#W''s*>nM urtni'iUKW" 'I 'I' ' S« \ • .*•• •• •«*;.,• >• • % ,+mm■ L r N CONDENSED LOCALS. Boru—To Mr. iiiul Mrs. Dan McFadden last Friday, a three pound baby girl'. Best grade of Seckon fl 1 .adit s, jo tua^friiJ ^ tin line oi white goods no are fering at execptioi abb, prices until i. of-! 0\V I A Hay Rit}^ Party. Children's Pv riy. A cruvd of young' people en- Al>outtwent-fivelittlefy^s j >vcd n hay rick rid-last Sat-1 r.'rpnnded with gleefc.il s'cjtc. ... > urlivni lit, their .-titration ni.'ntou Mondas afte AL, cf ijh.iuon Jroi.iers. , • • 1 ,<t v- 10 ir< -i-n t is ■ being l owers Lake, cast ui,1 1 1 - l-> n* .cejV. Dee Powers, Knnnett Hata- j town, where light'refreshmeiits e l from Mabel Burnett way, Sam Murphy, Ed Sca'es,! consisting of lemonade and 'K'r cousin, Miss Pearl Jjijtb, nc.Butjnett^s at 5i pcrsiuk. f« r?Lv ' ,jie Allen, Kn.sst 11 Plan fruit .veu served ton, (H V Frost, Mattie Murphy, pinning the tail on Pearl i^owinan. Jennie Bow- ke...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 July 1911

■ -: •*- ■« — The Texas Mule. The bray of the Texas mule licutl sjiiKiud the world, for wherever lie fcoes he lustily pursuits niul Te*,;;iS is uu-i doubtedly the gVeatest country on the globe for mule raising. Bu.uctt is closing out his sings the praise; of his native jentire .stock of straw ! nul. lie is the most sturdv 1 1olT. Be sure and farmer and the most success-j line before buying. f'ii miner of the animal that' t " ! | Probl ems of the Fireside bats see at 'did not cuter Noah's j^ood conduct he has overcome the prejudices of an illcgiti' mate lineage and has success'' fully fought li.is yay into the highways of industry with his parents as competitors, until today lie draws the nation's commerce. He is a self-made animal. Year bv year he has patiently studied new occupa- tions ami adapted himeelf to changed conditions until he is the master of more industrial pursuits than any other ani^ hial and lie is by fr.,r the Gom- mercial King of Blasts, He has risen front obscure o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 July 1911

What the Sheriffs of Local Option Counties in Georgia and Tennessee Say About Statewide Prohibition /1 , Herewith we present information obtained from the Sheriffs of Tennessee and (ieorjjia. This information was obtained in reply to the following letter, viz.: "My Dear Mr. Sheriff: "I am making an investigation as to the effectiveness of statewide prohibition, and I would appreciate it very much if you will give me the following information: "I. Has the statewide law IMPROVED conditions in your County' "2. Is it as popular with the people as the local option law (if you had local option)? Is it easier to enforce, or is the contrary true? "I. Has it decreased drunkenness and other crimes? "5. Could you tell me how many arrests, if any, have been made in your County for the past year on account of drunkenness?" The letters published on this page were received in reply to this letter and should leave no doubt in the mind of any man who is really against the whiskey traffic, that the b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 July 1911

4.W ■ , t Is Present You With One ^ fhoscBcautiful"WhitcIIoiisc" nch Sets Absolutely FjREE. - "'.r > "i> v . ■• * o W* Aged Man Arrested On Old Murder Charge Greenville, Texas — Daniel Byers, who was arrested sev- ral clays ago and taken to Bonliam to answer a charge Four ileld Without Bai! For Lynching* of Mexican Cameron, Texas, July 8.— The examinal trial of Kzra Stephens, '/. T. Gore, Jr., Harry Wuenche and Garrett Perkins, Imboden & Perkins I, A WVI'.RS Practice in All Courts for killing Captain Harris and I Hoaek, held in connection with his sou there in 1865, is a1 the lynching of the Mexican highly respected farmer of youth, Antonio Gomez, at this section, having resided, Thorndale, was held before just north of this city for the Justice English yesterday, past three years. For many. Testimony as adduced upon years previously he lived in the investigation hel< South Texas. lie is seventy nine years of age. His friends lie re are ready bond. !v to furnish him Col...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 July 1911

9 I'/ i' w \ mm i * i r & • -~i r. I w i ci KI rtSWiBMWTS .X :«v- Noblitt, thje Grocer, Handles Ouly the Rest and the Choicest of Iv, crVthin'g kept in a .._i_:i nUil lUt<&..v. .. 1.. retail ,«store. need uf Pure Call (jil-me v. hen in Ff2 ESH GROpfiRIES Mv Stock Clean. ant i Guaranteed Fresh My 1'rices arc kca- •5 \4 if sonahle. your Patronage y :ii he appreciated. Yours respect! .lly, JOHN NOBLITl Insjirrecto Held $ fort Worth as a Convict T-SS. .■fn:i&Kbmua THE ALTO HERALD ]•'. 1.. A I.I. IN", Kin tok. SUBSCRIPT ION RATES Be Kind to Father. The clipping below ha going the round* of the for the past few .weeks, Fort Worth, Tex., July 5.— IRoy Powell, alias p, Fow- ler, the Fort Worth piano salesman who returned home lafter several months imprison- ment as a Mexican insurrecto, under sentence of death, in : Mexico, was arrested Monday afternoon by Constable Nace 'Mann upon information from J Beaumont that he was wanted .there under a sentence of two I years in the pe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 July 1911

X* ■3' Everybody corned beef. Everybody likes libby'i because it i* good and ii ready for serving sis sooti as taken out of the tin. Libby 9 N*xi Timm Llbby, McNeill Libby When the Crop is Laid By the faomcg«cklDg farmer will have the time to personally Investigate. He cannot afford to pass tho great, solid opportunity offered to secure a horns In the fertile Spur Farm Lands covering 673 square miles, now being subdivided and sold In quarter sec- tions and upwards direct from tho owners—no selling commission to load the price—112 to $18 per acre, one-flfth down, balance 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 years. Wonderful cotton country— No boll weevil. Healthy climate, schools, churches, railroad through lands. Lands being rapidly occupied. For free Illustrated pamphlet, address Chan. A. Jones, Manager for S. M. Swenson & Sons, Spur, Dickens County, Texas. SHE WAS WISE. lovo you He—Ah, sweetheart, I lore than all my wealth. She—Yes, but you only get ten t reek. Extravagant. • Ad — Cholly Haphc...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 July 1911

,! h*k I I. / I ! ') i , f . i I i mm m ** ■ wt * :J- • i rOTlsSSBKEHI — .T\«v. ■asr Noblitts thje Grocer, and the Handles Only Choicest of Jvye retail -store, need of Pure the Best anci tne rVthing kept in a Call "611*1 lie when in Fl> ESli CiROpgRIES Mv Stock i Guaranteed Fresh and Clean. My l'riees are Rea- sonable. Your Patronage wiii be 'atronage ipprecialecf. Yours respect;'illy, Insjjrrecto Held $ Fort Worth as a Convict •JOHN NOBII ! IHi:^ESeiSSXS3B3«BnKi rrca^rii^ UftLvt.-i j ' iXH THE ALTO HERALD I". i:. AI.I.I-.X, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES O.;, War « Si:-: Vonths Tlr/ee Months All subscriptions are payable in ■■'.'.■aiice. No name will be put on the books until paid for. Be Kind to Father. The clipping below has been ■ going the rounds of the press'a id expects to return Fort Worth, Tex., July 5.-— Roy Powell, alias }•. p, Fow- ler, the Fort Worth piano salesman who returned home I after several months imprison- ment as a Mexican iusurrccto, under sentence of death, i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 July 1911

^ X I ■ 1 ■Mi liM I< S®* Corned Beef E eryl>ody like* good corned beef. Everybody like* Libby'a because it u good and U ready for serving a* soon as taken out of the tin. Bay Libby't Next Timm Llbby, McNeill & Llbby When the Crop Is Laid By the homcaeeklDg farmer will have the time to personally Investigate. He cannot afford to pass the great, solid opportunity offered to secure a home In the fertile Spur Farm Lands covering 673 square miles, now being subdivided and sold in quarter sec- tions and upwards direct from tho owners—no selling commission to load the price—$12 to $18 per acre, one-fifth down, balance 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 years. Wonderful cotton country— No boll weevil. Healthy climate, schools, churches, railroad through lands. Lands being rapidly occupied. For free Illustrated pamphlet, address Chas. A. Jones, Manager for S. M. Swenson & Sons, Spur, Dickens County, Texas. 8HE WAS WISE. love yon He—Ah, sweetheart, I more than all my wealth. She—Yes, but you o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 July 1911

XfW- 1 i f I • I; ?! '.vv-: JyBMflBH - t'P" W • *«• — $* ->« >..-::^if-':s^.r"*}.i;-w'..%r:^i>:,,v i.'*u-t!:,.-.r.i;i^rff!U.va"l .rff*^*S"^C"-i: uS,^;<eV5i'^:.!:,r^.i::,a:iBU.>i:,^-.^- '<i!-'*.>s ■■ ■*■•?■ «-• - •*• • ** ^ * ♦>; ■ _, _ mmm n i .**tv fi K-'*8'0 F i1 * «V We've distributed our share of it around Ihe'e the past lew weeks) fitting up men; young men and toys in ccol, thin quality suits, It's enough to ma-ce one feel good to know that they own a Sp:ro, Michael 5c Son New York made suit. We have a few numbers of the shades in tan, grey and blue. 1 hey go at 1-5 off. rar- Tti - " Skirts Just received by express from New York a shipment of the very latest styles, cokxs, champagne, grey, tan and blackball sizes,' Call and see them. ««A1X H '* Foot Wear '• ' i« i i Some Specials to close out at money-saving prices, (■in in - 'ri« vrrx ■ !>■! ■<«■■■ inaviv • ■' « ■ -«.. , ..... j. Yours for better business, ■<$ l^TS *' DESIGNED BY fipERo.MicHAKt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 July 1911

WSfF* .&JL m& y-j 1 m l lb '* A. ii3 mgf* " <*! I - M fi.'.i A . fs'Vifi ,'•</ .-. -I2i 6s W B Vul.l MK Xi ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, July *o, 1911 N I'M )!!•]< * SCiCTZJ .(^-•VUVS • F YOU 1 ? arc a new comer in 01*around Alto, you are very probably Ipoking for a good banking connec- tion—a good bank like the one you left We think you will make no mistake when you select this bank. I Two Young Men !i "asast '.vcktau.v.. V- . urn Arrested for Forgery! Start a Bank Accoun A T Q T T | E Presents Cheek Tcr wro First National Buf.k at Jack sonvillo ami G'ves fla v. 9 as John Goodso:. ,1" .00 to t'j 1" !*'. Y *VM* >1 CI ir/KKS VW '*1« ' s >nvi!lc. u bo u i BANK two qfiviii. i 3 | u iron Tuesday's D*i'y Projjrc. .. This afternoon o'clock two boys, en;* his name as Jno. Spinters and |j t'le other Ruby Worley were'frJ arrested by City Marshal, W. t.j 3 §3 v/ify is good advice because you are then started • n the road to prosperity and position in the world. BANK WITH US is...

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