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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 October 1911

■ M i| t flMMI ■ / j v II THE ALTO HERALD E. E. AlltN, Proprietor ALTO, TEXAS The Joy ride too often ends In gloom. Many a summer girl will soon b - l«ome an autumn bride. Automobile racing continues to an- nihilate space and spectators. The aeroplane gun, It appear*, ts surer than the aeroplane Itself. An aeroplane motor Is like a mule: Generally balky when you want It to «o. Our ancestors got rid of bears and catamounts Instead of fleas and mos- quitoes. Seattle Is going to havo a sky- scraper 42 storlea high, but only Se- attle knows what for. New York stale's hobo farm Is show- ing good results. It Is driving the hoboes out of the state. A man in Pittsburgh has discovered • cure for hay fever. Moreover, he de- clares It ts not to be sneezed at An aviator Is called a blrdman, but there Is many a gay old bird who never has flown In an aeroplane. STRIKERS CONFER WITH MARKHAM PRESIDENT MARKHAM OF ILLIN- OIS CENTRAL CONFERS. A BETTER UNDERSTANDING Markham Glad of Opportunity to Talk ...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 October 1911

m i i -I1 \ L / OK X \ \ N I I I i* sll J 1 J "Isn't It Odd That You and I—Standing Here by the Rail—Have, In a Way, Held the Destinies of the Whole Great Earth In Our Hands." Jaumt ISABEL JACQUES FUTRKLLE ILLUSTRATIONS by M.G.Kszttrvsur COPYRIGHT 1908 ty THE ASSOCIATED SUNDAY MAGA21HE3 COPYRIGHT igog by THE BOBBS - MERRILL COM PAN y He turned and glanced SYNOPSIS. Count dl Rosinl, the Italian ambas- ««uior. la lit dinner with diplomats wli<-n • meiiamitrer BummonB him to the- <•">- basny, where a bcuutlful youns woman •8ks for 11 ticket to the embassy ball. The ticket 1 made out In the name of MIkb Isabel Thome. Chief Campbell of the secret service, and Mr. Grimm, his tuad detective, are warned that a plot Is retvlnR In Washington, and Grimm goes to the state hall for Information. Ills at- tention is called to Miss Isabel Thorne, whef with her companion, disappears. A •hot la heard and Senor Alvarez of the Mexican legation. Is found wounded. Qrlmtn la assured Miss Thorne d...

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

-• " * im _ L * [V W UHdh 4^1 ■rt-: j=-. • Trrllt « ?& - <*• .'£3SiS Drawing 1 ^ jki ui lo Tl <• IfrnM, Cr.*; t..L i «i San Antonio, Tex., Oct, 9.-— New, interesting and iiihtruc- tive, feature^ and exhibits are being .secured daily for tlie big International Fair and Land I at .elide RE0LAW1S HAPPENINGS Miss Isiibcll Hurnes, Ed. iirtr ile suggests lli.M TvX .s, as 4 the chief cotton producing jstate, should take llu lead in the matter. Ivd S. Kone, commissioner Quite a nttmber from here ^ncultni-e, today directed " tied the colt show at Rusk. B- of the expert 1 I ment station work, to find out , .tow which wi:l open Here on , -p. j ]>;!rues left last wee* ; by experiment whether or not .\ov._ 31 d ami close Nov. i2t 11 t()r ]^eiJ)p aM(l Dallas where lie! cotton developes after being tine it can now >• vyji] i1P f0r some time. I picked, there being some agi- tive.y '-tatc idio-.v will 1) of its kind south. 1: Interest IP feature of fcititvi lias ; the stat j. section...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 October 1911

in /<\ 'WT A! TO HERALD K. K. AI.LEN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year .$1.00 Six Months........ 50 Three Months 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name , will be put on the books until paid for. sab Gu'ity Youth H:x*o For Tim:. Colorado Springs, Oct. 7.—■ Four hours afte? he had been proclaimed a hero and pre- Kiitered as second-class matter JI11. 3. 1901, at the post office at Alto, Texas, 1111 ler act of March ,3. 1879. Notice to the Public. . Any erroneous reflection upon the pharacter. standing or reputation of my person, 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. y about. The desirability!"1'"1 uvtr " a community is made up of:f°o0t precipice, Kay mond Wood,! 1 the advantages, conven-l yeais old, of Colorado City,, Every new .ro,id laid out wheie it will add convenience to any part of a"section, every bridge and culvert erected or improved, every hil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 October 1911

Pi *t«r ,* ■ Vife' VI I I i d S V I Makes Good GOOD ITEMS OF NEWS ENTIRE WEEK'S HAPPENINGS THAT ARE WORTH PASSING NOTICE. 1E°wSp y THE TRUST I ■SenS rj4KlNGP0WDtftC°' Yon'll bo de- lighted with tlia re- sults of Calumet Baking Powder. No disappoints — no flat, heavy, Boggy biscuits, cake, or pastry Just the lightest, daintiest, most uniformly raised and most deli- cious food you ever ale Raoalvad hi.haet reward Worlds Purm Food Exposition Chicago. I 907. WHOLE WORLD THE FIELD Current Domestlo and Foreign Na-ws Boiled Down to Readable and Small Space. GRANDMAS TEA is a pleasant vegetable laxa- tive that children will take readily. Menee it is invalu- able as a household remedy and should be in every home. It acts promptly, yet gently and does not gripnorgripe. It Cures all forms of stomach trouble and immediately relieves head- ache, indigestion, etc., by re- moving the cause. A cup of Grandma's Tea taken each night before retiring will in two weeks rid you of the worst case of Const...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 October 1911

TWINftS All OVID TEXAS m \W- luflv. Arrangements uro making for the oommoncement of work on the $r>0,000 Federal building at Sulphur Springs. The next annual reunion of Terry's TexaB Rangers, or the Eighth Texas Cavalry, will be held in Austin on Nov. 7 and 8. W. A. Mlxon, formerly president of the First State Bank of Teague, will establish a State bank at Jacksonville, Texas Arrangements are under way for the erection of an Ice plant at Bartlett to be operated In connection with the electric light plant. J. J. Koenig of Houston wm killed by his automobile turning turtle and pinning him beneneath it, breaking bis neck, producing instant death. The directors of the Woodmen San- itarium met a Tioga recently and all details of tho business were closed. The erection of a substantial sanitar- ium building will shorty begiu. Work has been resumed on the new $75,000 Methodist Church at Stamford, ■which a short time ago was damaged to tho extent of about $25,000 by a cyclone. The work wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 October 1911

nw > / ? / MMM - ' tiwxism unr _^L |<^y I J. - *. SUtt*W ! * \ •i i ?e !ttTv *Vv !?..;' rv«.j $h •v.--; fifr [ l- L*-.s r* . &V-' lie*', cv<r i>h r . fcK r* 'fc. £u :*> . ■* flL\ JSii, ss Sfc l£«i K K8 £V i V 0 S! R : i y u 1 I if ■ a *V.V km }. Lp-iXZS « r/:; M. "-V7OTBWT«£**Y7!*WtT'WWWTFC• r\TV ssa«TOOT/E\l?r- T. : [; \'i (fj T wr-^ unt^ the last minute to buy your Fall Suit "1 " * 1 .. r t . .1 - i , v Tcwill •■■ bz better for buying" than next week. •*> You can now choose -t rruin comp el 8 i ~ te si oc!-' and get fitted in just the style and pattern yctt prefer, and I vou'il f-,zt more value for the money you spend than will h-: offered you elsewhere# I Fail shoes, hats and furnishings, too, you'll be glad to wear, •V * '■ V. • %• • ! Don't Overlook the Youngsters in Knee Trousers Ii - - - - . - M i■ ■ i ii 11■■■■■■ —ii !■ ■■—ITT n—■——■—■ —— i i ■■■ ——■ ———i—■■ ■ MIT— 'wi i'ja .r i Boys' Knickerbocker Suits in all sizes $n(J colors, and prices to suit you ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 October 1911

<1 A yiuuwi ct"v / V ' L < t t Voi.i'Mr. X[ .? ' -- , •> • Johnson Ward to Hang Young Lady Ended Her Life. • The jury in the Johnson! Dallas, Texas, Oct. 14.— Ward case this morning j Lying in the vestibule of St. brought in a verdict of murder Matthews' Cathedral here the jn the first degree and as-,body of Miss Margaret Ed- sessed the death penalty. wards, aged twenty-one, was Immediately after the jury found at daylight today. She ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 19x1 NVMDKR ]b Resolutions. Alto, Texas, Oct. 14, 191 r. The Fanners' Institute met today at 3 o'clock, p. 111. in the opera house, W.T. Boyd presi- dent and E.J. Holcomb seen- | tary present. After the dis- had been discharged the court had taken carbolic acid, No cussion of agricultural topics up other canse is known for the {the following rcsolutioi if deed aside from the fact that i.y ted expt sen: nu.de the defendmitst and and delivered the sentence the court, and remanded him she had beeu despondent.1 of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 October 1911

« v!' -i '■ * **' KWIKlt;. J u ^A(k*AMM potton Belt Time Table i'■ >r tlie information of our read- ers we publish1 tl|e f<>51o\vi: x schedule of arrival anil (k ,).r. tr.re )- l'iv Cotton Ik-ll trains ai Alto: north not-; i> .No. .104..., No. : .12.... •1 a ra !7 P m iiol Mi N. X. . -9:36 a 111 .0:ii ]> 111 First Bale of Cotton Herford, Texas, Oct. 9 - II Word received her first bale ji cotton f• >r this sjasot'. I was raised by W. S. D.xsoti, vho lives semth of town, and was sold 111 the seed to C. S. .arrisou and J. F. Barker for 472. The load weighed 1,710 mnds. The sight of a load Card of Thanks. To each and every one who so nobly assisted inextinguisl - ing the fire at my gin on last Monday afternoon I tender my heartfelt thanks. May God bless each one of yon, T. A. A rr. nt. For Exchange. ——BB—— WTTTmmn I 9 i.ccai.; North IJjvukI—No. .42. >S rath liouiul—No. |i • .9:.S3 a 111 i-:H.S p in RtDi.AWN UAPPENiNCS Mrs. Bertha Davis and cliil dren of Jacksonville...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 October 1911

! ..-rr rgag"' Jbsa..,.. - - ■ I f THE ALTO HERALD K. K. ALLKN, KUJTOK, SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. ,$i,oo Six Months "jo Three Months 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put 011 the books until naid for. —— sit 4'JU# b}' and see tlicnj gold-1 the .hoipe paper, which heiu bricked by the spinning 'doesn't support, ought to wage In tujsts,—Gainesville Register, j an unceasing1 warfare against j ' — j the mail order house.—Timp-i The editor of the Pittsburg | son Times. And almost every newspaper wa^es war on the i:n Ga/.ctte remarks that circus time is here again, and ad- monishes the fathers to no! forget that they were boys on,ee'themselves. Fact of the tise profits by the advertising nousPj and tins is one 1 1 tne, many instances where the merchant wl>° does not adveiv. & Potfri/ rtO It' wJ (Lilt . , .v L |t_/ •baseness is, when it comes to oroing to circuses, most of them .nlereil as sccoiid-elass timber :irs boys yet.—Jacksonville . 3, 1901, at th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 October 1911

■ -•> V I I 1 mm' ■• ■ v •'. V•: J ,' <•$*.< ;<- V:Hv.. A m&mF. y. ^ ^ ?jf * * it A } i %. ] 11 f I i'i -..!> R 111.1, i i ii i| :- you arc earnestly seeking to obtain the highest possible values, save time, patience and money visit j jk cur store and get prices. o& Our ready-to-wear department consist of ladies fine Tailored Suits, ladies j h and misses Long Coats, *H& Men's and boys clothh^the highest quality and lowest prices, j ^ We are Sale-Agents for the famous Que on Quality Shoes * Fash'on and fit, The new autumn and winter styles far surpass in beauty of design any previously shown, \ r Al! t' i"asL;ja tendencies, such as the unusual high fabric tops? the effective wede:e toe and short i K vamps embodied in these models, at least on* of our many customers designs in Queen Q-^L/ 'o yotjr tn- j Jv divicL':.! taste. May we not have the pleasure of fitting you today? Just received a big? . n'; • V* of Red Goose School Shoes for boys and giris, Every p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 October 1911

\ ou'MK XI F%ljBWP£L V "irv- ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER. 26, I I Nu?.r*.:. The Only Pcrfprming Buffalo For Sam Houston Park of Alto. Mr. Mallery, who lias been in New York for the- past two weeks, returned last Saturday with :t car of household goods which belonged to Mr. Know!- ton who has been running a dog and pony show in New York for Mr. Mallery and who will be iicre all the winter, i Mr. Mallery selected from his Mew Buildings. Another Bottling Works For Alto. ^^r.3--TT.:2SSS:E^r«nc*: .zir. Mr;;. Samples of Wechesl Knapp &'Mallpry has pui^ lias purchased several lots on chased a Kansas City bottling the hill adjoining Ab Dickey works and have moved same and will erect four nice lv-.vi- here which they unloaded this dents which are now under week and have made arrange- construction. ments for it at the Alto Ice l| Berry Moore has purchased Company s plant. 1 his is a; a lot 011 Baptist hill and in- C';ISS bottling works, hav- tend building real soon. A, "2 T> TJ75 1\...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 October 1911

<r f .' dpi I ' ,• I K , * > r (. I • V' IfK^jSr ■ . / <r«nx *?<■ ■ 11vj.vjurj rw.iaju £ftiurem* k •"ri* •A- vt*.vi jr 1 ^ n CI son a Is J. Jj. Gjujnu of Rusk was here a few hours last Irriclay. M.\:. '1 t;m Miller ir- in Fi i I \\ orth tlijs wee1;, Mi::.; Bertha i'" rh :u v. up from Forest 1 c .v J J. T/icas of Au.mi i w .> here Will; co'ton Monday. just. received :: enr of Michi- gan salt at \V. T. Wil:s. Will Crouch i ; .ttendiug the pallas iair this weok, ]. R Hoylman ol" n;vu?;ta market yd cotton here Monday. Cole will u'ekdi ".iul class your cotton right. W. Roark attt at Rusk Monday. j. D. Ro.ison of ketcrl foltpii h,.n- M"i' Why ;i(.t l,t C:>; - tlcli your .. litre on of For stylish millinery at tlie VinI ; ri 1 'linton Bros. What •:!)' nt the litjht plat 11 iV.r Alr."? \v\- tirtst iia vc* ore.' W'ilt i ". I' ,vi r si ■ t a few I fall bill. The Ladies Aid Society 'he Baptist church has been improving the church consid- erable during the past two wrck s. O.-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 October 1911

the; alto One \ .vi)■ Six "«::i•: i in et i it I I on n'\\ aiK\ on tli' 1 HERALD niTOR. TES Pointer to Wives. . ^ Be kind to the husband who! w made 3'0ti a bride, and handed' the preacher fue bones; don't I let liiin conclude that the price 1 was too wide, or mourn the Si oojloot troubles with moans. He kind to your h'uslaaad who toils in the mart, the smithy, the office or store, and give a 'ine to cheer his . hm .ifc,, ■■ agsaBttssaGm :wsmn Personals .50 • 25 payable i: will be put hiin > ul for. i entered a.- Jan, 3, 1 v• 1. Alto, Texas, 5. 1879- ass matter istoffice at 11 of March Notice to *'• Anyei njiK .ii- ■ rliaractt r, nd . any pur-;, mi. fin'.i which 11 . a|ipi..u of The Herald reeled in > •: 1 11 !>• ■ the atte.i'u . <it ill b!ic. •n upon the iHitation of irporation, ■ lie columns ,;ladly cor: brought to shers. A Puzzling '%it!,ation. Up in New York a man wqs tried and convicted of hftjacy. It happened thp crazy man had a brother who volunteered to take him ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 October 1911

I a V II *'* J ' •' li 1 I } r Cotton Belt Time Table For the inform.'Uioii "f o'.ir n id- frs \v ■ ; t;L'ii ,h lit iullowinn schedule of arriv ai and cU ;i:ir'.ure of the Cotton licit trains ai Alto: O • i\u. 402. No. 401 No. 405 • N'O."T: ;...j 1 JJl' j 8;52 a m 5:27 l> in yoi rii not xu Wife Is Under Ar. Sherman, Texas, O , > — At P<>ttsbor\ two'. \. ..nles uori.hwe.st ui Sherman ' st tiipfht Charlie Allen w 1 : >t four times with u 3 ibt!r •revolver, b e i 11 g seriously wounded. Jl:> wife, Mrs. Minnie Lee <ays l'.e li.nl tin at t ed Allen, lie r lite, ... a in ....(>; 11 p in auu r sli Locals North Bound —No. .<2... -9:52 a 111 South Hound—No. 4 1... 12:85 p ui The'Installment Plan Library. I remember, I remember The smoothly talking man Who sold me a library On the installment plan. I remember, I remembef 'Twas in the long ago, lie came and sat beside me And naught could make hi til go. 1 remember, I remember ' I was a young maw theu. He told me blit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 October 1911

Jhx* r**Krfsrv*#x*... \ -^-T 'HE ALTO HERALD IS. IS. ALLEN, Editor. '7JJN RATES One Year $f .00 j I' Six Months 50 t Three Months 25 H All ;rij-tu,:..> ait ; a . uMv in at'.vana . No name will be put <xi the books a 1.ti 1 paid for. : = Entered as second-class matter Jan. 3, 1901, ai the postoffice at Alto, Texas, un ler act of March 5, 1879. ■K= Notice to the Public, Any erroneous reflection upon tin- character, standing or reputation of i any person, firm or corporation, which may appear in tile columns |!-y>f The Herald will be gladly cor- f reeled upon its heing brought tq the attention of the publishers. There's a reason to Alto's growth. The new furniture building at the Rusk prison has been postponed cn account of funds. A gossiping woman can cause more trouble than a standing army can quell. Guard well thy tongue. We should not caie for the criticisms of the soft brained and prejudiced. Every knock from them is a boost, Spend your money with the home merchant. He st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 October 1911

W 2" Hf%iliU>CU>M ■fst i-^g. y.n r •_- 41 s< o N M X S< T I \\ I H I ! V. te, i r Ti- 1 r TI; ]iv< For .sex- coli off aro hag sho froi Tlx % er I Alt. r Tlx in l Cr.it Old Crac Moll R. 1 Crac l\v,li Klii % Wcs Wis Corn Best . Per c Per c Per c pay i We (1 press z fjUHwa ti t The ^ m f vou are earnestly seeking to obtain the highest possible values* save time, patience and money visit vf I ULj :: 3tore an* £et P"ces. ** Our ready-to-wear department consist of ladies fine Tailored Suits, ladies < h a | j A j .mi misses Long Coats, «*& Men's and boys clothing--the highest qualify and lowest prices, ^ " L„J We are Ss!e-Agents for the famous Queen Quality Shoes t \\ I Fash' : i and fit, The new autumn and winter styles far surpass in beauty of design any previously shown, | Ail the leading fashion tendencies, such as the unusual high iabric tops, the effective wedge toe and short \ vamp;; embodied in these models, at least one of our many customers ciesig.is in Quee...

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

:- JS32Sr- V L >. "1 -*>. r ^ i iU • <<SSv ., v>;. ; > ' *« > '•'- 'V a / -f. *-***/ ■* >0 I >.i v. ■>!.)• b Volume XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1911 rte? JMrr.R . <S r>v. Mob Hangs Negro Near Mar^ shall. . Will ^1 lie, rii idj an attack a negro v. no on Mrs. G em near*Marshall hist Eri-(convicted VS d.iy, was captured at Lpugvi^w Saturday night, where he iiad .secured a job of ,vork. A posse came to Longview Sunday morning aud captured him and took back to-tke heme of imittrrl that she was Prisoner In Court Proved to be Girl. Jm.I-I \V<Mh, To ...O/'.'.y- dcDixuu,, 17 yens of age, uuday on a minor charge, was found to be a girl when she was taken into court this morning. A pair of i'-.-t iuine looking shoes attr . tc-i first suspicion, She the he Mr=. Green, wher i ientified. A mob ol about 500 people had gathered, and he wrfs taken in charge by the r.:ob and carried down the'road about a mile, where he was lianeed to a limb. was three...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 November 1911

* '* +■< * • - wJSfflSrv- 'JPu •',; Jl cffiC'"'-' •tfli '"*0£"-- '' - • - - ( 0; si o M M N S< T J v i k k i i Ti 11 TI ' b * f i H For: sex col off arc ha she fro Tli by cr - Alt 9 mm* t * Tii in Crt Ok Cri Mi K. Cri <\1 Kc \V< No Co Iitf! l>e| Pel Pel l>aj \\\ pre wr-i kv i w> Personals M. PUSMK ,1 ,... 1 Ua ) •' i McClun. in l\de week. ..n< M; •'> Oscar \\ il: been v:> Li v in retu;\.< ni ro iiOHiC er p * SC V* C I ' ••I:., SO'U •tHJIIg i 1 . p jour little lellow* I warm throu ;h the cold wintei ■iiisnctcl months i'i bear skins and in1 f, • 1 velvet at Burnett's. ; 1 H. - • (i. \\. Uovw man J/ ttis "•■' ! W. A. Fo'ter of D nson Springs vere here- with c! t">ti .Mi>11 la". (,'iint Alkin-son <>i Jack.ion- G«or; ii in _• i .vcr re- V W. C.-.r' J11 ,-jil inlay s i-i ..i days with 11 •' *t i n ■ ton relatives in IIuiT 1 U1T ;„r:.id I wno i'.. vents i , i A- y and cxct I ne ' McCal's M i- a:-iiic 3 years nfttl * aJcCa' p. ;t . "ijs all for o...

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

■Vi.v . * 1 ■*. •■nmwwwgwdMfci 11 fliMgiTT"- nppisi \ V tfi-i^rrv-ws y -trrvx wsran UBW<K atiit«gjt MWMiBM*«ir \ u<u . Twin lUimtiiMi «<&ai Cotton Bolt Time Table Rf i en \\v. M'h-iUi! - til li. O I) v |l X <J • . Maysviii information 61 oyr Vead,-1 When 1l juiMi h i he i '.lowing: < { arrival real dcp^rUir' 'U'''i trains . 1 Alto; Caused Father's Death.' Ky., Oet. 28.— en Thousand Dollar Land ' : . Deal. \i T\ jg tiKBM \\ hen pn ci: ted hi ml Through the rea- l: I .' set cf twins, Lee f Wade & Whatiev. te mil. >J a dca m 9 % f r * « > :•(? H® 1 ®;\3 Si V-J wmi H #41 f ^ Y ■; north noon i\ t a v, t. wed I few !! . .S:j2 a in | .5:27 J' 111 V.. No*. sot "ill BOt'.MJ ') a 111 | li. r I '* .6; 11 ]) 111 \ ,-c.ai's or acre, .ewai<* c ■ ' acid, dying in a in utv. V had been out of ■ me I me. Mrs. .a n ' critical, mainly I i. & G. N. raiWoad tr..ei, be iiock caused by twecn tll6 Cotton i),it . nd the was conisumated • 'day, wherein, >S, H. Jure - old...

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