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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 August 1911

ifm s *. ■at'/l:'t V/.y'^W^ . <\x; .V ''X.* /T T ' ^-wwi ■ •?•' i- '"SKS ^"' • ' t~"^ ifff'■'' * ' ■-«i'1 "'' * *Sf ' -'">!y'_> :J_|-' : *«cj MKfMPN naMpMMPSII^ 'PS^ "■•v* SUFFERED AGONY. Backache, Headache and Dizziness Caused Untold Misery. Henry ,1. White, 41G No. 3rd St., Ft. Smith, Ark., nays: "I Buffered every- thing but death from terrible kidney trouble. 1 did not have a moment's peace. The urine re- sembled blood and left a red stain when It touched the linen. When passed, lire could not have burned more. I had awful headachcs and dizzy spells and my back ached constantly. I began using Doan's Kidney Tills after vatlous remedies had failed to help me and was completely cured. I have had no sign of kidney trouble since." Remember the name—Doan's. For sale by druggists and general etorekeepers everywhere. Price 50c. Fostcr-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. You can't bet on (he sincerity of a man's enthusiasm unless he It finan- cially interested. If You Want To Win Back Yo...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 August 1911

J >/ 39&Z36* jgs 4^WILBUR D. NE5B1T O/dDays Tempua fug-It and mutantur, lomewhat, but politics est magnum et pre- valent, no to speak. Wo have been hand- ed a poem composed by Captain Daniel MeCurdy. who was skipper of the schoon- er M. D. Chose along In the early '40s. The M. D. Chase roamud the high seas, and the gallant captain, when the hatch- ways were hove to and the lee scuppers were triced up and all was shipshape, could while away the hours by writing verses. After reading nnd hearing so much of the high principles and fervent hopes of our forefathers. Captain Mc- Curdy's marine observations of political life on land, as expressed in his poem, "The Office Seeker," are Illuminative: Oh, that I were a political mouse To nibble the political cheese! With a thousand a year at the custom house And a clerk or whatever you please. For then I could shine In my best super- fine And swing on the government gate. Secure of my pay I could chat all the day On politics, party and ...

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

iMMMpMMM PPM 4WNMW. *> •. '«*> £8 JfSSCa IHMPP* I ■PPP 1 p I |- w $ -■ r ■ i I J I ■ ■ ,"'.t ij I \ <jt The Alp Band. The Alt) Hustlers' Band is being re-organized and before long it will rank among the best musical organizations ;u the sta'e, it now having a membership of tr/enty-oue and increasing every day. We are delighted to say iliac the HE UNPERSTOOD ABOUT JT Prwp cttve Juror Knew What Wia Meant by Preponderance of Evidence. A certain man, eayu a writer in the Gruvn Bh},', was under examina- tion by a member of a New York law finn, with rcfPrunce to his quali- fications a* 11 juror in nn important caw, involving a considerable sura i ,. , . . .of manrr. "Yon understand," thr; ladies are taking quite auin-'yw ,jllCBtinmi(1) ..what js n)rint terms': in the bnvd. Mrs. 0. M. by a preponderance of evidence J*' the man replied, Dil'e •, M-JFJE. Allen, Mms Dejsie Motinee and I/mm "Yes, sir, promptly. . . . . ,i "T.et me have vour definition of puinn have joined us audi^o th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 August 1911

V /: % ■ > ii / : X t JkaN Italian Paid Fine Rather Bathe. Than Girl Loved Father, Chicago, July 27.—Saturate \\ aterbury, Conn., July 26. ing licr clothing with gasoline, 1,<l' au ta 1 ia 11, j Miss Klsie Pelz yesterday went in the Antonio Irvovar last night paid a hneof «i7.c->! , , • rather than take a bath;* ' 5" 0 3,sba! m lhe re'"' of her lie was arrested yesterday : '""'"""'tT''l,"""C''°Ck" charged with trespass on rail I>ort' closed *hc' d(>(^ and aP* i>>ad property. In the city P'lct^ a nxatcli. «;ourt he was too poor to pay Every detail of her plan to and accordingly was ordered iCQtuimt suicide was carefully to jail,' On his arrival at the iarranged and before aid could jaii he was told that he must reach her the young woman's submit to a bath before being|body was almost consumed by assigned to a cell. Rather I l',e ^e. than that he ripped open his Gpef over her father's death coat and pulled out Sioo in two weeks ago, it is said, bills. He paul his ...

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

/..,, "<BW$F5*lK3iC ■ .i* ■** I [ i Staple & KNV T! I carry in st<xk a complete line oi Staple and Fancy Grcccrics, the best grades o Canned Goods, Fruits, Canada s, Nuts, Tobaccos, Cigars, &c. I also handle the best cold drinks in tcv.i^. I will appre- ciate a share of your trade. r INoblstt Choi.v>t • iv\crything kept 111 a reta'. store. Call ou inc when in need of Pure • LW 'ocerman & Telephone U'i 2 FRESH GROCERIES My .Stock i Guaranteed Fresh and Clean. My Prices arc Rea- sonable. Your Patronage will be appreciated. Yours respectfully, rer« THE j',. AL TO HERALD White Girl Slain. Pecos, Texas, July 24.— Reeves county was shocked this nmrnina: to learn that a Miss Drown, living about eight ] fi miles west of Saragosa, was' murdered late yesteida}' after- noon. A Mexican youth 17 years of age by the name of Fr.auk. 'Martinez, is under arrest. It seems that Miss Brown 1 : had been visiting her friends ' I1 in Saragosa, a small town about thirty miles below Pec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 August 1911

n j- ■- ■ '■ ■ -r- *4 jm 7 -4m 1 \ fill b fir i ^ f ^ THE ALTO HERALD E. !•!. AI.I.I'N, P.i)iTOR. SUBSCRIPTION RATES ()lit* Year Six Mouths... Throe Months. old maids that ever came down i Time to Give Up, tue pike. Of course ev, rv a t • i .i •o vn lias « few "old,stock" left i, ,A" Iowa JU^C ."gently re on hand that they failed to [ J a" nni',h.",8.mcideJlt ll,at convince the b.ys of t heir occurred in his court when \i. 1 .. I • * negro man was brought up ocaiiiy, and Alto doesn't claim .- r ..d 1 None can deceive ourselves. Banners Were i's'ot N;cded, S r .oo '.so pitkles were given away, rip lit, alright. All subscriptions are payable in • * y Aim f\utj uucdll I Claim c rr >, . * aw vn b« the exception. The'£ «<« !*••' •«♦ *• lh«jdiffle«!t. . , . 1 . icharge was read and as the' * j statement, "The State of Iowa against John Jones" was rea 1 Austin, Texas, July 25.— H\ procrisy is the tribute jS'x thousand "prohibition vice pays to virtue. i ^aimers" have gone to waste To...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 August 1911

. .if-1."# V :?pp5 i THE ALTO HERALD 1.1. AtLtN, Proprietor ALTO, TEXAS A college education Is getting to be tnlghty expensive—for alumni. Still this 1b Just the weather you Were wishing for last February. That wind blown summer resort ad- vertising begins to look very catchy. The summer girl was never more fascinating than she Is this seuson. An umpire never reverses a deci- sion, although asked to do so every day. A Sacramento minister defended Sun- flay baseball, and they say he struck right out. Worse than not being nblo to swim these days is not being able to go swimming. In addition to the wireless telegraph Chicago will now have permanently noiseless peddlers. When a man boasts about his old age It Is genernlly found that he has noth- ing else to boast about. Chicago has twice as many tele- phones as Loudon. Hut then it has twice as much to say. A Pittsburg scientist says there is a microbe In every kiss. Pittsburg ought to know that by this time. A new counterfeit $20 bill I...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 August 1911

-r— tm/u ISABEL JACQUES fUTRELLE ELLUJIRAIIONS M.Q.Ksrttrvsrr- COPYRIGHT 1906 by TME ASSOCIATED 3UITOAY MAOAZITIEfl COPYRIGHT 1900 by THE DOBB3 - MLRfciLL COMPANY" SYNOPSIS. Count 01 Rontnl, th. Italian ambas- sador, Is at dlnnsr with dlplomHtn In til. national capital when a muaencn bring* a note directing him to come to «£. at onne. I'^re a beautiful youns woman asks that aha he given % tlck.t to the imliuiy ball. The tick- et la made out In the name of Ml Is- abel Thome. Chief Campbell of the ••er.t service, and Mr. Orlmni. hln head detective. ar* warned that * plot of tho I>atln races aaaJnst the English apeuk- ln* races Is browing In WMhlnfton, tnd Qrlmm goes to the atnte hall for iformatloo. In a cnnaervatorT his st- ation Is called to Miss Isabel Thome, po with her companion, soon illsap- A revolver shot Is heard and knpbell and Qrlmm hasten down tlis II to And that 8ennr Alvarei of the fxlran legation, has been shot. A wo- dld It. and CJrtmra 1s assured It was Thorna. CHA...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 August 1911

TJPP n \ .. .. / ! I 18 - • ■ wm i &{*} ——— — ~~ ~ >.v W1 :<-•■. ■? xm VERY honorable means is being brought forward to make this store the store tor the people. Our system, adopted from the start—one price to all~has filled !1 a long;-felt wsnt in Alto and we are proud to note the many commendations and the general approval of our system. ^ The real object of our cash and "no charge si stem" is to be in a position to undersell, and in this we have b:en successful from the moment the doors of our establishment were opened for the public We refer to it for the reason that we are content with our result and that our patrons are please:! with oui' system, <£ For the right goods at ti e tight price at all times, see . , ♦ , * + r3>S* fc >v "J.x. •Vcv t' y vn •. -nv •-T, 'v.v k, :v.v fc'W -"T- & p.; «>< 7^= w MrtMtoAJVKMO.*1 >« "r.%; ,T y Alto's Leading '■o- erchants a* mi ii ii^Cn 88 '"I V ■v.v PI rV.v tv* «3i i 'ft & -1 v 'v:v It Oi s T T Will Holcom...

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

V .. . *. ■+* 77 wa ■ 1? M \'om:mi- xi J r •f , /?*" L> I AI/I-O, TEXAS, THURSDAY, August io, 1911 Numbi-r '4 of having a few dollars, or a few hundred dollars, to your q-edii, is a might}' good one. experiences a very pleasant sensation when you select us for "your bank." not a customer, ask some one who is, and be con- vinced. | ALTO STATE BANK j Tlie Farmers' Union Ware House Sold N It Last Saturday, August 5th, the Fanners Union Warehouse was sold on the streets of Alto at the highest bidder, Mr. Garr.ett Holcomb being the purchaser. There were sever- al bidders and the house was knocked off at $2,450. Mr. Holcomb doesn't know yet what lie intends using the house for. The lie raid is sorry to state that Mrs. Jim Blanton is con- sidered 110 better at the time of going to press. Her broth- ers, Dr. and Shook Galloway, are here with her. Ladies! I have some very nice swatches left of my tailoring last fall which will make nice quilts-rind will sell them very cheap. J. H. Holcomb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 August 1911

I t " t N i Rsy ""*** I w <• I j EVIDENTLY SHE WAS ANNOYED Good Wife's Punishment, Intended for Husband, Poor Compensation to Revivalist. A popular revivalist had been hold Ing services nt a town In Mississippi when a heavy rain eame on, and he accepted an Invitation to pass the night nt the house of one of the townsmen. Observing the preacher's drenched clothing, the host brought out a suit of his own and sent hla guest upstairs to don It. The good man had made the change and was on his way back to the sit- ting room, when the woman of the house came out of another room, hold Ing In her hands the big family Dible, out of which the minister was to be Invited tff read a chapter before the family went to bed. She was not, however, In a very amiable frame of mind, for careful housewives are likely to be put out of eorts by the advent of unexpected company. Seeing the revivalist In his borrowed garments, she mistook him J'or her husband, and as he passed In front of her she lifted th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 August 1911

4-^ SS4IM ♦ 4B A ' NEWS FROM OVERTEXAS Hlllsboro has closod the contract for the Strickland-Southern Traction line from Dallas. Navarro County has Just added a new traction engine to her road build- ing outfit. ~ " McKlnney will be able to open two new brick school buildings at the be- gelnnlng of the fall term. Progressive road builders are plan- ning a great highway from Shreveport to Dallas, via Marshall, Longvlew and Terrell. A livery stablo In the business cen- ter of Arlington burned Sunday night, entailing a loss of $11000. At one time It seemed that the lire would s pread, but was confined to the stable. The Haskell broom factory shipped recently to El Paso a full car load of brooms of Its own -manufacture, the actual number of brooms being 7.62G. Jessie Cason, a 17-year-old Dallas Klrl, gave a large quantity of her blood by transfusion, one day last ■week, to save the life of her aunt, Hrs. E. Balnes.' Sherman has raised $10,000 for pre- liminary work on the proposed Sher- ...

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

;k:'i l|st? p!e & Fancy Groceres I carry in stock a complete line cf Maple and Fancy Groceries, the fees! j5.rc.ccs o Cinaed Goods, Fruits, C&ndLc, Tobaccos, Cigars, Src. I also handle the best cold drinks ;n (own. I v. ii! rpjrc- ciale a share of your trade. s ft i' i Charges of Murder. Waco, Texas, August i.— Charges of murder were this m >rning filed by Constable Stcgall against Elmer H.iverr\ 'alias Totighy, a hack driver; Fred Mitchell, a gravel hauler; A. K. Cantrell, a pair.u r, ant! John Perdue, all while. | Ii is alleged ihut ihcy lureei lira B. Wall to several saloons 0:1 the night of July 21, then j 11 the Brazos River , was killed with a railroad pin, the men pro*; * l 1 I f: Noblitfc, the Grocer, Handles Only the Best^ and the Choicc t of hy< nthilig kept in a retail store. Call on me when in need of Pure . • • FS2 ESH I 6 My Stock i Guaranteed Fresh and Clean. My IV'ces are Rea- sonable. Your Patronage will he appreciated. \ours respectfully, —-J.W. W $ L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 August 1911

m-- , . _ ilBa 1 HE ALTO HERALD- Penitentiary Imprcv K. IC. AI.I.KX, Km bu—^ One Year. Six Months Throe Months After 45 Years Two Brother?• "Talk War.' 11 su1. .script ions arc Pai advance. No name will on the books until paid for. _ Htiutsville,'Tex i;:; Aug. i—1 , 1 i'"i'i' '• titinrv com mission j Mew Britain, Gonn., AU'7. i ;'•! < < '.ni.'iaiice with the new—The KcmpsHnl! brothers, :> i >•■■■■ r.itttnrv in a laundry,! John and Charles, have li.v.i ! ... do a\\ay with the cek'bratinj* a HIuo and Gray old tub system or w.ishino- the' reunion in the last few days, .. ..0 or prisoners. A bath and John is now on his return •able is;' witli shower, tub and home to Maroa, 111., where he 1 be put j i"'.1' ' 0,iMvcniences for the con- will tell neighbors that his , is a ten to be installed at j brother isn't half so bad a fev . .uo • -5° 85 ' • fftse iiidpKv. COpTtiaht 190V, If C. E. Zimmerman CO.--1«o. 24 victs „! the same time. •v as joliu thought when iatu: iv\etytr.ii;g w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 August 1911

■ nflUnfe^uJvr ■ ,-• THE ALTO HERALD I f. t. AlltN, Proprietor Ai/ro, TEXAS Life Is getting to be Just one hot ■pell after another. One way to endure the heat li to think of pleasanter things. A good rule to apply 1b. the hotter the weather the simpler the life. That day on which a new aviation hero doea not materialize need not be counted. Until we have an official national flower perhaps the Mayflower will have to do. With a microbe In every kiss how many narrow escapes do you suppose you have hadT Was it not lucky that the dear wom- en got rid of their rats before the ho' wave came along? Some people do not believe In vaca- tions. They needn't go to the school- boy for sympathy. With the wider use of bubbly foun- tains nearly everybody will learn to drink like a horse. A boy does not regard It as a hard- ship to have to take swimming lessons during his vacation. No objection can be raised to the coatless man unless he sheds his good manners with his coat. They are breaking the ba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 August 1911

■ rntm ELUSIVE mm, yy JACQUES fUTRELLE ILLUSTRATIONS hy M.G.Ksrttiveir- COPYRIGHT 1908 by THE ASSOCIATED .SUNDAY MAGAZINES COPYRIGHT igog by THE BOBD3 - MERRILL COMPAQ SYNOPSIS. Count dl Iloiilnl, the Italian amhas- •ador. Is rtt illnnor with diplomats In the national capital when a messenger brlnns u not# direc ting him to tome to tho emtiassy at once. Hero a beautiful young woman asks thut sh bo given 11 ticket to the embassy ball. The tick- et Is made out In tho name of Miss Is- abel Thorne. \ Chief Campbell of the •eep#t service, nnd Mr. Orlmm. his head detective, are warned that a plot of tho Iittln races against tho English speak- ing races Is brewing In Washington, and Orlmm goes to tho state ball for Information. In a conservatory his at- tention Is called to Miss Isabel Thorne, ^ho with her companion, soon disap- pears. A revolver shot Is heard and Campbell and Grimm hasten down the Jiall to find that Senor Alvarei of the Mexican legation, has been shot. A wo- i*nan did It....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 August 1911

MMH • | - i. I r k j % ■'< i -f j'j** (£* tT'U^rO rf'x* ■£ ?.•" . ?;e'^Jis'WJ!'^." *.>sw.i2 <*.' ? *.>r •*■ '•*.<£ ■*■< ■ *■'■• ■*• ■■ *- ■■ ■ *.vv re.-,,. . . j — , i■ .. «-. —• t-M 1 [H, VERY honorable means is being brought forward to ma!:: this store the store J tor the people. Our system, adopted from the start-one price to all—has fried 11 a long-felt wsnt in Alto and we are proud to note the many commendations and i! ^ie general approval of our system, c* The real object of our cash and "no charge B j system" is to be in a position to undersell, and in this we have been successful from * the moment the doors of our establishment were op:ne:l for the public t* We refer to H for the reason that we are content with our result and that our patrons s i are pleased with our system, For the right gcccls at the right price at all times, s: e . < • < • * ♦ i < * '.V-V k'.< t. .? •41' & "V :v>. t >v ..... 'jf.-K fc'CV ■JU WM .128. par i> JS?% ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 August 1911

•' ««-■ — , wgr r« ik, •%* *• i ~-f -n V ,.A^C^>6tAX VoLUMK XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, August 17, 19 f Number 37 j g«a?«6si MNHt l NEGRO'S BODY BURNED .^NAA/^/W I of having a few dollars, or a few hundred dollars, to your credit, is a might}' good one. This Bank experiences a very pleasant sensation when you select us for "your bank." If You Are not a customer, ask somo one who is, and be con- vinced. AL O STATE BANK Desperate Man Killed In Run' ning Fight Near Du- rant, Oklahoma. ASSAULTED WHITE WOMAN Went Through Country Robbing Promiscuously—Believed to Have Murdered Sec. Armstrong of Denison • wvwyvv wmBixaw&Bssm&MaBmx&mmmaissmaBasMBmiBammaaBBmussi « More School Building. The trustees of the Aho In/ dependent .School district have dosed a deal with Shearer <ic Kaiser of Lufkiu to erect an addition to the high school bui|ding. The addition will be 30 feet wide and 66 feet long, two stories, and will give four additional rooms. This addition was badly needed, and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 August 1911

,t i ■*-*-. i I c \ % !1 THE ALTO HERALD t. E. Al lt N, Proprietor ALTO, TEXAS The outing had Its inniug. The empt) purse needs no vacatioa. Vacations are now the regular order of businesB. Unhappy the man who has no rear porch to sleep on. One way to keep time from flying la to watch the clock. Aviators are,not considered good In- surable propositions. If a girl has pretty teeth she can appreciate a good joke. One way to tell a woman's age Is to read it on her tombstone. Don't be stingy. Set a basin of wa- ter out In the yard for the birds. The man who left $3,000 to a parrot didn't deserve to have so much money. According to milliners, hats will-be lower next season, but not cheaper we are sure. Think of the suffering that would «nBue If the electric fan crop should be a failure Hot weather advice—Do not slap your neighbor on the back. He may be sunburned A comfortable bank account Is a mighty handy thing to have when summer comes. Frogs will never bccome household pets even If th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 August 1911

#aiwwb /?_ {J*-"' rr ELUSIVE ISABEL JACQUES fUTRELLE ILLUSTRATIONS by M.G. Ksrtttver- COPYRIGHT 190B by THE ASSOCIATED .SUNDAY MAGAZINES COPYRIGHT ?gog by THE BODD3 - MERRILL COMPAMy SYNOPSIS. Count (II Uoslnl, the Italian amlimi- ador, Is Ht dinner with diplomats In the natlonul cniilial when u mi-ssengcr orltiBa a note directing him to come to the einhuRHy at once. Here a beautiful pounx woman osks that nho be Riven ticket ti> the embassy ball. The tick- it Is made out In the name of Wins Is- abel Thornc. Chief Campbell of the • cret service, nml Mr. Grimm, his head fletectlvo. ore warned that a plot of the English speak- Washington, 1-atln races aKalnst the ISni Ing races Is brewing In •nd Grimm goes to the state ball for Information. Iri a conservatory his at- tention Is called to Miss Isabel Thome, who with her companion, soon disap- pears. A revolver shot Is heard and Campbell and Orlmm hasten down the tiall to find that Senor Alvarez of the Mexican legation, lias been shot...

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