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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 July 1911

f ■ s ■ ; *8 g / i f i •i 1 THE alto herald | cnnn items OF NEWS 1.1. Al LtN, Proprietor ALTO, TEXAS The excursion girl is now looking lier best. Let us all keep busy hoping tbere «nay be no buttermilk famine. No flies should be permitted any- where except at the end of a fishing Une. Appearances are deceiving, espe- cially when one buys a box of Btraw- berries. Likewise It Is a good Idea to keep one's Angers out of the vicinity of the •loctric fan. A Newark man suffering from a totbache committed suicide. He cured the toothache. All knockers are dlBllked except those who stand up to send the cork- centered ball over the fence. ENTIRE WEEK'S HAPPENINGS THAT ARE WORTH PASSING NOTICE. A cargo of 4,07f>,000 pounds of rice was shipped from Fort Arthur last week. New York Elks nre arranging to build a lodge and club rooms to cost $1,250,000. Houston announces an increase of $10,000,000 In taxable values for the county over last year. The new city directory of Galves- ton gives 22,194 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 July 1911

l-u' rnsm ISABEL JACQUES fUTRELLE ILLTJSTKAIIONS by M.G. Ksz^ftivstf COPYRIGHT 19O0 b/ THE'ASSOCIATED ^UMDAY MA0A2lflE3 COPYRIGHT J909 by THE B0BB3 - MERkILL COMPAMy 6YN0P8I3. Count ill Itoslnl. the Italian ambas- sador, la at dinner with diplomats In th« national capital when a measengor brlnga a note directing him to come to the «mbanay at once. Here a beautiful young woman aaks that ahe be given «. ticket to the embaaay ball. The tick- et la made out In the name of Mlas la- Abel Thorne. Chief Campbell of the ■eoret aervlce, and Mr. Qrlmm, hla head detective, are warned that a plot of the l.atln racea against the English speak- ing racea la brewing In Washington, and Orlmm goes to the state ball for Information. In a conservatory Ills at- tention la called to Miss Isabel Thorne. CHAPTER III—(Continued.) Benorlta Rodriguez laughed, and Mr. Orlmm glanced Idly toward Miss Thorne. She was still talking, her face alive with Interest; and the fan was still tapping rhythmically, stead- i...

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

1% '■'■fiF''"* \ ■■un i - aaa: ? &££ THE ALTO HERALD -V1: s t,ls"" 111 1 rrg-^^r^rLv^.^r>,-^.-':-:'r^;:r>.:^ -JT, ffifr n ^ ' pl)V, KA: 1ms married a m V& r —— £ IJ. 1-; AMd'X, 1'nnvin. 'named Marry Spung. T V:'W7 ^ & * v* m ^ /"> x^ •■ mv,mwsi s rr* ry* «&< mbi u L9 5,: 2 named The contest count was made m this morning by three judges, The I Will Crouch, Dr. R. G. Turner |paper that reported the wed-1and M. H. Howard and stands NfxT Saturday and "then ding headed it "Spung--K,as f<>lb>w:m;; r ' , „„ c,.i ...i,M1 vou \w. watch'lieOrange Leaner Mis-s Mattio Murphy 70.900 you SO M!,Cn isavso)m,hinK about cookies. I Mi- Julia Mall.cvvs m.45-> didn't know a blooming jtnin^ , /m.. 'pinm*-- M'ss ^ntl1 1 1 i~5 , ... —l.aki cn.'! i • i • Mr. Joe Harnen 7,97..-, alK)'u "• i Wrong, Marshes, yon un-j Mrs. W. W. Wolf 3,615 TliK 11 KRAI. !• would like to ju.- "eeuw us. li til: : h : 1 , Miss V ttie Ulael:. . e .1 I en a ! exas girl we colli o 1 M'v ••• All...

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

J- 1 * *HRD * v rmrrrrrrrzr^^.' ,.i ; f K ^ l «,■ H&u m Ml f Staple & Fancy Groceres I carry in stock a complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, the best grades of Canned Go.rjds, Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Tobaccos, Cigars, &c. I also handle the best cold drinks in town. I w ill eppre- date a share of your trade. -J.W.WILLIS The Grocerman Telephone 146. the alto herald I Counsel for McNamara K. K. ALLKN, Kijitor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year Si.oo Six Months • • • .5° Three Months ' ?5 Not for Quick Trial Los Augeie?, Ca1.,Ju"y 14.-7 The district attorney an.ql counsel for the McNama'q. brothers did not enter the pro- All subscriptions are payable i ! posed eouferaticc as to the advance. No name will be put j . , 011 the books until paid for. i ' life advance. No name will be put 1 . / , . , . . . * Jtimfe to be set for the trial .of the alleged dynamite plotters, Kntered as second-class matter Jan. 3, 1901, at the postofiice at Alto,' Texas, un ler act of March 3, 1^79....

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

LI. iWt^ mSk mm .yp x*nm* ■r«p* ^ Let I s Present Vo" With One $ \ of ThoseBeautiful"WhiteIIouse Punch Sets Absolutely FKGE, yi "5^ Crippen's Lawyer Is Suspended For Ye$r 'ttrrt&'Trr The ,kiiig of Spain's fnfll name is Alfonso Leon -Feritr undo Maria Santiago Isadort ! Paschal Marcian. Hot can he Sally Hopkins slipped on a ,.cincn,bcr that when,lie's fulj WITH OUR EXCHANGES i H i l i London, July 12. Arthur.kanana pgcl and huj't herself -—QruugeiLeadcr. Newton, who was found guilty ^ en her front piazza yesterday. > * a of professional misconduct, in j—Westerly (R. I.) Sun. his defense of the wife mur*| That's what Saily gets foi derer, Dr. Hawley jby a committee of the iciety, Nothing'more beautiful thn,n a woman and the r.io*t beaut i- '*1 woman is the cMcrry, pt r ! derer, Dr. Hawlev H.Crippen, j "ot wearing an armor pl^tc on ^ aw so-! hr. f r,? "t1 PnzzB- J,!U- i petiial 1 v pleased .woman .vlu, . , ,i Weiser, m Orangt Leader. ' «„,;ies "constantly and whe was today suspe...

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

rJW? iMiiltefe.lv-- laram L i *v A Birthday Party. Little Miss Ollic Aldrich w is eight ve:u old last Satur- il-iV, and tn (. i e this most ent,' she in . ited a of important r umber of her little friends i > er a'1:' right, spend an It nr r two with Ikt /.hat afternoon. Mrs. \Ulrieh, assisted In- Mrs. Pcnn Brind- and Miss \I try 13. Murphv, had prepared a lovelv taMe :Yom which were served de- li.-ions ice cream and cake. The children played games, i mghed and talked an 1 li id a , ood time as i'iily children can. ■;4>wing to the incleiner.ey of ttie weather, oniv a few conl ! ''tlt-nd. Miss Oil . 1 As the G:ris Used to Appear. backward, tuni backward, oh Pime in your flight, and i! ■ a maiden dressed prop- W e are so weary switches and rats, -. «JIi\ IAM an- -**«v— — v 11 \" I u.nal l .11 is,e t'Hhi is an l peach ba.'-jday, ket 1'-its. \\ .id i ii juts ' i a horrible pile, stackec t leir heads to the height of a mile. Something is wrong with the maidens we fear. (>i. e us...

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

I mm tgmt i 11 1 7 I Sliced Dried Beef „ Old Hickory Smoked ^ Highest Quality * Finest Flavor |V In leal ad gliu Jul at your srocen Ask for Libby'a Tho Summer Toast. In nil her business life the bit of ftork she Is now completing has been roost pleasant, says tho free lanoe stenographer. "1 have been typewriting toasts on p p«r nakllns," she said. "A society of club women who have planned to do a lot of outdoor entertaining this Hummer expect to use thousands of paper napkins, and I have had the job of typewriting a toast on each napkin. It is a pretty Idea, and I tried to meet the charming sentiment of tlio ladles halfway by using a good non-copying Ink, but in spite of that precaution I am afraid that many a guest will leave the lunch table with a purple smudge on her face." A good word is an easy obligation; but not to speak It requires only our Nilence, which costs us nothing.—Cur- tis Yorlte. Thero are some things that even tho most absent-minded of us can't forget. F R E E A t...

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

J-' NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS Winnsbopo let last week a contract for a $12,000 high school building. A wilt find in Oldham, some 40 milts went of Amarlllo shows a single strata urn 170 feet thick and of a uniform good quality. The discovery of gas at Luedere has set to work a projwsltlon to pipe It to Abilene, a distance of Bome twen- ty-live miles. Nine brick stores and a brick home tor the Paul Rank are among many new Improvements nearl-ng completion at Slaton, the new Santa Fe town. The Farmers' (Jin Company ha* been organized and are erecting a (6,000 gin plant at lilpley, eight miles northwest of Mt. Pleasant. The new jrin will bo ready for business by Aug. 80 next. There aro four 70-saws. Petitions are being circulated in Potter County, looking to asking the Commissioners' Court to place a prop- osition of voting $300,000 bonds for building a now court house before the people. The third annual reunion of W. B. Plemons Camp of United Confederate Veterans will meet in the city of Am-...

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

' 1 ■SPHMp 1 ••••' -r-£Sfrr. • •'*' vV t1' ■■"■*??:■■•■* "sy-v^r.fsws qppifjpMMs aflpng 1 IN J ; c E fa V M It b ttJ HI fti oc I of nc BO «ot an fui pu E > " <iS* .'.: 7U. t'*'.TV'?.,'.,n,:.-'~.iJ. ' • ' '•':■<.? V v;.^',*. *.<* '■•.. * .<£ *• * •'■• *• •• •*• •• ?> „•> « xnwMiwr.; ••« •■« j 1*1* t V+L • J f!! t p i r o T A •>«'«i 1 t <••'• ? a f M S M > 'J I iV' : | !i'"o I TL\ I \L": ? vL'- 4 *■ . !>■-.* 1 D TJJ IP D a 5 j Klx J k -, * '7(1': £l'; .-,. f ! >•- * : i \ - a—' i « S 8 v. j 11 11 • | VERY honorable means is being brought forward to make this store the store j «,v i ? r $ icr th* ivoWp. Qt<r syst r>, adoctc;! from, the start--on? pncc to <i!:.-«has iiLcs ' ♦ s > 1 a . ,,. * a •< '\ 1 ) 2 f • " ^ •:- -[-'ii wsnt in Alio and we are proud to note the many commendations ana ) '%•£ j f _ . 5 c'-v ,' ! the general approval of our system. The real object of our casn and ' no charge j 1 | lit r ' " \ j j system'' is to be in a...

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

r.m~ * I J® gp* j | f-,-:-'<jfcV r K M v AW ^ ^ ' w* \ :.iMic XI p-ir--zT.,-ar--:i2\ i jaaaats are a new comer n rarouud Alto, vou very pronabh T \ i A I V ookiinr for a good batikir«f.; con 11 ec- lou— a goca baiiK the (.lie you eft a: Town All.. (.! iiiin We think you will make no mistake len you select this bank. . . : 1 M.G. PARRiSH i KK •i?j>K\r > rm a KJ -1m, ALTO, TKXAS, THURSDAY, J-.l s7 rgn Numm'.K Aiitis Wen By a J!s'oriiy § of 500C or More. | _ l to Wc Inesday's Dallas News' returns the total *• votes uolletl ,|}T,299; t lal poll J:' n 1 n v j" n v 01 d 1 x&ixsa&z: t\ f°P ; <N i \\ \J t? t y ? * •v.i.? A- receip. ■? c.:i conn tie:-; votes than they I'our, ' i; IIIO! e! f t a x rev. '■ rr ■*i3AV.\eTr xa.. rr *-7 TPr—iTf vwn* rMmgwmvs] W If ll. by a majority of 5<-« «r. or more, if hollowing is the'County re*');.! i turns: !w Ru- L. ! Jacksonvilie Mt. Selinan I,one Star Hex's Creel fro. ;,oo : 59 -,61 H>> 66 42 52 26 09 3.5 OWM fl 1.; j^oou ;i:....

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

fsm mnaim 0tMtK*mmms!- Tt B r W •f4*' te i1' ' t> r p t< ii rl it tl d( ■t to 2ff J* JACQUES fUTRELLE ILLUSTRATIONS fry M.G.KsrTTrvsrr- COPYRIGHT 1908 by THE ASSOCIATED .SUNDAY MAGA21ME3 COPYRIGHT 190g by THE BOBBS - MERRILL COM PAN y Mr. Orlmm took the handkerchief and examined It under the light. For u time ho was thoughtful, with low- ered eyes, which. Anally raised, met those of the stranger with a scruti- nizing stare. "Why," asked Mr. Grimm slowly and distinctly, "why did you slam the door In the girl's face?" "Why did I—what?" came the an- swering question. "Why did you slam the door In the girl's face?" Mr. Grimm repeated slowly. The stranger stared In utter amaze- ment—an amazement so frank, so un- acted, so genuine, that Mr. Grimm waa satisfied. "Did you see a man come out of the door?" Mr. Grimm pursued. "Wo. Say, young fellow, I guess you've had a little too much to drink, haven't you?" But by that tlmo Mr. Grimm was turning the corner. SYNOPSIS. Count ill Itoslnl....

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

,?pZ- < -v. b y 3S£YJSSti 4kWILBUR D. MESB1T Lizzie l.lzzle piny* at the nlckelo— Plays for the moving picture dhow, All the time must her llnKeru ko With an endloBs whirl and u rhythmic flow And n eeasrleas flitting to and fro; Gho faken and vamps till her hand* gel cramps And there la no tune that she does not know; With a tum-te-tum and an arhlrig thumb She keepa the time with her chewlnf gum, Bhe chews and chaw* without a pause, With a ragtime twlat to her buay Jaw* And her Angers fly aa the houra go by; Bhe pounds the keys with a languid east Till the follia go home and the plcturea cease; Bhe never halta. It la march and wait* While her aching thumb to the bass key vaults; And the two-atep, too, and the aong that's new— The tinkling tune of the summer moon And the lazy croon of the loving coon And the air of the aong of the throbbing heart That will tell of two that the world can't part And la wholly free of the taint of art; But Lizzie plays like a grim machine, And she ne...

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

m II -' *>,. r p t< ii rl it a in dc ft to What a W man W mls. i An < n'.im, to a p ] i:lr.r p- tt al! i iat w <nan want;- ir 1 >ve. -Xw> i tcui.) All s'.ie desires i, low, you say? That s'iov.'s"nowun; 'i yonkr.cw S'i.- w;vnt> to -ee tin matinee I tul t > tlic circus co. She ::t a han.l-onu*diamondrinj Pa- wants a of j- ar'.s: Si ' 1 ' Oil stli" Sin wr.it -oute c:ctra curls; Sh-• w.-nU a bonnet twice a year, S. v ants an Knvter hat, SI,'. Witnl- tort;n! her t :Icl.ar • a >ty::-h fiat; Sh : wants a four-.-t. mot r -'ar, Siie want - a real Worth t;owii: S1: v .i:Hs a trip to Kuro; . or At 1 i^t to Newport towii; Sh. wants a cask of rare colof-ne, She wants a diamond pin; Sh • v, 'jits a carriage of her own, T i ■'/> out calling in; Sh-- w.uits the c;irth, the Milky Way And half t'.ic stars above, A') 1 \. t you have the nerve to say That all she wants is love. — Louir \ i!!e Courier-Jotnr.nl. Fxrc Crack:rs. BoM Robbery and Murder! "It looks very nnieh," ...

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

>>>..;■ * ■ ,v . rM' t • * hT ■T f. ' ft m ; ft* irt W «* Vi * r. p t ' w. c 5 •*^_i :. V i: — — -4, - 11 1 1 ■OMMOm - wmorra Staple & Fancy Groceres j ic try in stock a complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, the best gredes of Canned Goods, Fruits, Candies, Nuts, i ebuccos. Cigars, 8rc. I also handle the best cold drinks in town. I will apprc- ci 1 o a share oi your trad:. i SMHRi I. W.WILL 18— The Grocernian : : : : Telephone 146. 5 Another Negro Scrape at Lone Star News was received in Rusk Tuesday (July iS) by 'phone from Lone Star, that a negro I I by the name ot Harvey Carey j had gone to the home of Dr. Greenwood who lives in that | town, and had made an assault upon Mrs. Greenwood and &j frightened her in such a man- 8 L net* that she fled from the p Hi house and ran to town. It jj| seems that Mrs. Greenwood IB y - i\v ihe negro coming into the k Bi house, and she started to run; if 0 the negro opened his knife g md called to her to stop, Jmt g !T«iKT'...

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

V. <5S®I — - .J II •.". t * i ! ! i < ] < A II It f p u ir rl it o in dc it to ( I. 38 Ja Man vShot While Selling Tick- ets at Depot. Marshall, IV :;as, July 25.— Vv'hilc sellingticket;; till-. mum ]• Tito Fall Guy. If you look upon me closely von will see that I'm a wreck. beats, for the merchant always iouks to the ultimate consumer for the losses on his books. Rut it is no use to murmur or the uhinute consumer, i to wrangle or repine. I'm the ultimate consumer, and the cleaver's always mine.— Walt Mason. iug at Flysian 1'ields. I,t'\\cl-,allc| j et it in the neck. When lvn G. Gwyunc, agent t.«r the IT . . , . , . .-. , i, • 1 t . '(> I patronize the butcher 1 am Marshall and hastern lexasic,r , ■ ,< • c j i , , , r .• filled with grief and groan: I railroad, was shot four times; . , 6 , , s ,, , , r . ii may ask i<>r beef or uintUm, a • t • 1 peril;; • :• fatallv wounded. , J. , . . , i:iisiijiii fire! 12 .hBaC IS fT: TT;! Guynue ran fr.uu the atfack,;- / * '...

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

* )■ ■ r#' 4 v / y. H! AL ! O HERALD Work lu>* begutj o:> lb? new H itivar, and has a capitalist-: cotton gin for G'orpu.; Chr^ti, tion of £2,500,000, with L. i'. Burglars at Stephcnsville, I!. K. Al.I.HX, ]:r i io SUBSCRIPTION RATES i )ui> Year Six Months i'.H'.' Months The co 1 test count was 111a 1 • tin's morning by three judges, a 11I udl 1m.. complied in , lor i'ic cotton %caw!!. time IV itherstone, C. L. Ltickel and | j K. Winnie, as incorporators. Steplienvillc, Tex., July 20.T ? A , ' T* ,,, , , I Will Crouch, Dr. R.G. 1 tinier Keahley & Watts' store was | , , , .i'ii.. ■ , . 1 .. and .0. H. Ii r.v.vr. and stands hurgk.ri.'.ed last night and the Indications are iliat tl'.e v. •>! ,oc .' nut cr p will be the s".ro'c=t in the state this he company has a laigej C0I1^ iaaticji of the safe turrcd j number of orders for iron orc|amI ?,0 in c.!sh and about ' r 4.1.^ \ .i„„. • . i * •' . • a;.' to!!o'.vi:i A!! subscriptions are paynb 1 ic history of vear. The arc | ...

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

„Jto --d 1 V* * * 4 MMW MMMKN THE ALTO Hl:RALl) . I I'-if. ■ i f F b ii rl it tl in d( it to 28 Ja t. f. AI LIN, Proprietor ALTO, TFXAS During thli weather the softer thf drink the better. It 1b the early bird, too, that gets a look at the bird-men. Anatole France says that all war Is doomed to perish. Meanwhile, uwat the fly I Speaking of high society, a six foot New York man la to marry a seven foot girl. Thero are worse occupations, too, on a hot day than that of eatlug Iced cantaloupes. In 100 years tho summer clad man will look back with honor on the coated man of today. Anybody who wants a coat of tan this summer ought to be able to achieve his heart's desire. ANTIS LEAD 3,400 VOTES 25,000 Voles Still Out Make Filial Result Uncertain. Freestone Foard . Frio •Floyd .... Falls Franklin . Freestone . Gaines .... Galveston , Garza Gillespie ., Grimes .... Goliad ...., Gouzales ., Glasscock ., Gray Grayson- .,, Gregg •Guadalupo •Harris .... •Hardin ., Hansford . Hall Hemphill . Hen...

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

ta&v RABBIT STEW, FRENCH STYLE A TRAIN LOAD OF TOBACCO. GOOD ITEMS OF NEWS ■ m ENTIRE WEEK'S HAPPENINGS THAT ARE WORTH PASSING NOTICE. WHOLE WORLD THE FIELD Current Domeatlo and Foreign Newa Boiled Down to Readable and Small Space. Tongue Is arranging to spend a $30,- #00 bond bhIo on street Improvement. Temple's city taxes have been re- duced from $1.4S, last year's rate, to f 1.45. The Houston & Texas Central rail- way is arranging to Improve Its en- tire right of way thru Calvert. About seven miles of cement Blde- walks have boon lain In Mexla, the groperty owners bearing one-half the expense, and the city paying the other. Now Orleans has on foot a move- ment looking to sending the first mer- chant ship thrue the Panamana Canal. Temple has let a contract for im- proving the public square by convert- ing It from a wagon yard Into a beau- tiful park. Troup's ten days' fair to be held Puly 26 and 27 promises to be more largely attended than any other pre- vious occasion. Le...

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

I 1 t: ' & M" ' r""*' $ !' ■ \ r j qw-.U ... (■ —- mm ayy yjr T *j-v *r- •>- *i • • v y ■ •• av . yv '!•■.' r:: .'•••'w-JiS'UJ rU;>s A'-AJ^ >*>,> } J i*> ^ r'*!£•-• •• .' • - ■ W - •' -1 ■*■ ■ **•'■• y: ■ . — ..- .■• . « r ••■%* *■•■" *' ' t- • I 4M-* 11 « K*iW -. urw.«*ki*Mc "! * w* - r TH hfc ' ' If *«s ii * *, as r* r M jrri- • • - iW.t/ few | j ;-7!;' |! |ZVERY honorable means '<s bring brought for . ard to -• dir-: t^is store the store j j | tof the people* Ci-r system,' adopted frdm live start-one price to alphas filled | a long-felt wsnt in Alto and we are proud to note lhe man ! -I' " # j! c- mia:.en,.iatk-ns and « ; | the gcr-eral approval or our syecern. . • >, •,tr. > • i". ! 1 )\ Swili ;.-! r is to be in a position to untersen i h: reai o ma in ' .. - L :;i ;:ii ar. a ' no cnarge j '.TV ■*iV k f VI 5 -T'.v " ft •-•*«' . } the moment the doors o; our establohniin;: v; re opi. re. i .-•K ' < I 3 •v-*. ? i :.Vf 1 ; * -i j j i S' <5 I -Y;...

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

'iiiwiiiiaiiiiii ■■r 1 o j> La. a Volume XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, August 3 191X Number 65 The Herald's Contest Closed. Ij ■■ Proor Ants Will receive the same careful consideration and attention at this bank. Your busi- ness will be handled in such a manner that you will be glad yon carry an account with us, I ALTO STATE BANK M. C. Parrish, Pres. M. E. McClure, Vice-Pres' T. D. Miller, Cashier. The Farmers' Union Warehouse. To The Alto Herald: I see that the warehouse is to be sold 011 Saturday, Aug. 5th. 1 \\\.s very anxious to attend this meeting, but my duties take nie away from home at this time. The warehouse was built for llie benefit of the farmers especially, and if it benefits them it wonld necessarily,ben- efit the business men of Alto. This warehouse has never been properly patronized, ex.* cept one season, when the farmers were holding cotton for 15 cents per pound. That year the house paid good divi' denas on the investment, but because the farmers did not get 15 cen...

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