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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 November 1911

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Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 November 1911

\ MMWBHWWBW " L.l ' .L i O Hi!; j K. A I. I, K X, liOlTO! I '.)■ Mouth .&£ LD A larger part of the future --, v/ehaVe of Texas is dependent upon tjic unbuilding of lieT manufacturing'industries. Ivv- 11l,H 1 ei'y Texan,should rally to theii ^ ( ) : support by £hc consumption of 50 their products. Patronize A. .'h-\ i['i 10111* ill *.* .. • i >_• 25 iyable in ill Ijc out home industries. I I t! ill *: aicl for. "I. All'"1. ! >, ! ^70. 10, u;i' Notice to iiie Public ■ S.t\\ c: fjftr&ctt Your local newspaper works for its own :.to\vn; do.es all b ~;can t ' Tnfild up the place, ad- l-e'a s r.i.ittor; • ance the interests of Jits citi- >lii.v .it, i /.ens, draw trad ;■ the ' iw. act ol March j>iits money into the pockets of the business men, and adu to the WL'11-b.:i-all. Sucl a paper is entitled to the liber- ;ll b.ftrouage from, the town and - >'!i iiMiit' it w irks f Texas Needs Great Men. 1 What's The;;* U- 1 wonder why tV- t infest this lovely bin;', j climb o...

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

, c*- ... .Jt '■si* _r:.j JtiMt'r <T,, ; UK*j|dS ^jk^.vl2*S8rRjKiwX?Wvwi^ I S ■ ■ tf-'r ''■■.; . ?v ; . ■ . ibup * *™ ."4;r , ' mm K > s 1 1 i ii 11 T ' j I T r Foj se- co" on an ha sh frc T1 by er A1 N Ti iit Ci c)l Ci M r Ci (\ K. \V V. c< He Pi Pi P< P a \V pn Personals 1 Mrs. here last week. It * .* •* ' . * v *■ v r - */N 'WW • *> ' c i" I. ilc- tr.i" ted bv - ness in Tyler Monday. J G Morgan of S •.;• '• li wit It on'' i) ] . t ^ i turd v Cic; y 1. lies and mi.- > li;i ' ! •' , I aw s -S; C i'< -lie li |o- .1 1, ber! \ 1 c i::s .AT THE. i«or >• ni,st sell at on c. iculars see Tin 1 K r.;Tv"!. \V L K.-\N.w o." IV • iri'i" in itjutfil cot'oti & .£ « as— Vv k > ^ J y . rAOTfrP FSWSSraWE •«Mnwftnka W. j. Knapp attended busi last Saturda}-. ness in .uk M hi .iv. ]eIT K .Jc-:i of Li' rt\ ! 1) !,!• vd of Weehes mar/ m '."•'••dc." .. i; • keted c 't m li"' v. urday. pj ... thrctc! ;t Sweater.coats for ladies, t I* $ v* t :r' n •St 1 itn- t ;i. i. ill. ' ...

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

yiTMUjpii mi rnim / *w \ j Uvw / A A. -C MEET rs tiARklSbiV ibI*l?CiCO NKXf ra#rdAV Hbe Hlto VoLunib XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1911 Number 49 Cutting and Shooting at Bul- lard. A difficulty arose at Billiard Saturday afternoon, which rev suited in George Hagerty get- ting cnt in the ncclc, and in lie side a-'d ; 1.milder, while Cleveland Webi was shot three times, once in the wrist, once in the right h'p, ar"1 p"cp in llie right side, the bail euu .- ing at tlii? back and coining dtit just uiider the navel.. West Was carried to Pales- tine Saturday evening, but to lib avail. His remains were brought back Sunday morning, The Hagerty who did the shooting was placed under ar- rest and the other one is in a very critical condition. Young Ivy, who it seems started the difficulty with one of the Hagerty's in a fist fight, i.- thought to have done the cut/ ting. The Hagerty who shot "SVest, also shot three time's at Ivy, but none of the balls look effect. It seems there has bee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 November 1911

7 ■-*- .. HI :M ■ • % * c (> si o N .N X S« T I v I H I V. . u i i t: i T, r ro fiC CO of. ar hi si: fn T bj cr A f**+r t mfgm Cotton Belt Time Yat)|enX/oman^ct^)ca,ll'n^err^'c f°'sone^ Herself In Howard Form. Hotel. For the information of our ivad- yt> we publish the following scheduje o| arrival :tn(j departure of the Cotton licit trains at Alio 2.—In the N'OKTtt IjOII.M) 404 SOt'th uol.m) N*0. No. 401 40.I North Bound South Hound l.< gAI,5 •Xo, 4? . -No. 41 • Albuquerque, N. M., Oct.. Palestine, Nov. 28.— DeatJ) iu a terrible for.11 case of Mrs. Dustiii, deceased, is that vy'hipli has fallen Mrs. who died r}t the Hpward hotel Juan De J_a Chainisal, wife of,Sunday niorflfug, and over t prominent rancher living ] which a lengthy session of near S'ai) gafeal, a remote Justice Philips' coujj: town, according to a dispatch held, investigating into the received fropi there today. .cause of detail, etc-< ^1C c°ui"t | Garbed only in a night rendered a verdipt that dpajh ■9]V'...

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

~ i*n -ft * '• i wsm- r* nfrm M. XM! I f.l-. ■ flifillf ■MM, THE ALTO HERALD E. Ii. AI.,I,EN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Jut- Year... Kix Votiths. Three Mont'.! .$1.00 -5° 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put 011 the books until paid for. inrttisand miles? The tjues- tiou is too simple for an Answer: Truly Texas needs more factories...... The organization of "Get Together" rflubs Has iJeOn the p(rder in a uunilier c'f Texas towns. Whether suidi clubs are organized or not is not so 1 materi 'l r,s jotting together. 1 Great tiii: lgs are only r.ccotn- piished liy ;t wuiuuif effort. Entered t|s second-class matter Jan. 3. lorii; /jt the postoflice at Alto, Texas, it 11 'cr act of March 1 «79- Notic: 1',, J'lib lit; Anv erioiieotts rellocli.i:! upon (he character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation, which may appear in the columns .if The Herald will be gladly cor- rected upon its being brought to ! the attention of the publishers. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 November 1911

J, mill I lucac JJ uvs*ovcrv< .its, sizes 110111 I. 15, extra value ou i i i ilc-nt In. j«! Hlxi. j :«•« . 1 Patent Hhi. Hoot Black Kid Hoot Nobby Patent Button B< S *'.88 St is Prized Bsyond Our Expession A strong Line in vici patent the newest last. Mother Kuinfort and Ft ot J Daniel Cireen's Felt Shoes In Brown, Wine. Purple and < \ford for ho ;se wi to sec hem. S2,w ■ •■•$1.1'J—S1.75 SI. '-S2:18 B f. Ladies' Tailored Suits tactics, Misses and Childrens Readv-io-Wear A: worth niuclr more than we ask, all color.-. Ladies' Skirts f roi >111 -•$7.98 o $18,50 Cordoroy pants from $2.1 S to Men.;' Doe Skin, heavy weight, from 90c to $1.48 and Blue Serge from $3 38 to Knee pants for the boys, from 48 cents to . . „ . S3.50 S3.00 $5.00 $2.50 Foot Wear For Who care to dress well, a!->. ■ all the "D Met .RRY ? Panama Yoils Serges, all extra values, ranging in price from $2.50 to S10.00 Ladies' long coats, good line, the very thing you want, from $4-48 to SIV.50 Misses' Coats...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 November 1911

H j " r ir I ji t k r f I ! . ■ i mm \ n p I tf -t ?•> ' ■ i ♦ i ( j ?• r" : -r f >, CL-.i. — r~ ... - svv'iiv.*.. - - v. - v.- -~.v- ' - piKBaaer «i - - ~t * " • fZ . J T r 7 * 4t^.>L . jJ-.-*; y.f.-'r"'; r^v-' *. _5<^r .-' - a >. y '-T!x> ^ *yv - vr«. V£ -* Si* IS? £%< * J *?7v £&? m vz VK m *;.r w v **Vi ^ H * U;.*: -i>s' as? JtA;* 6--.V r.-,v u are; Uj3 M I'J 4 if f iaO £r-y-«$ JP \ h ZSX me&Zs IERE IN GRERTER ABUNDANCE THAN EVER BEFORE m $>:■ w m #* j5^ r /3t >"-s- ;'-* >r '2&- :&.•-*: •* ®?A fS . \ r* - — :'W v-:- jMiiSlt.'iM Mot ,onvare 0llr snelves, la Dies and counters \ - loaded with the most dependable merchandise, but we show the ! prettiest styles anb smartest models to be seen anywhere. Oar fall exhibition \ a . | oh new and natty things, of winsome^ stylish garments, will bring* unqualified ji I spprovel from those who know, Our Dress Goods, and Staple Dry Goods \ sections are full of the newest fabrics'of the reliable ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 November 1911

—ff; fr- —'.-- '•*■ "■ -ji .~^i 'V '■'*) i.^ -S-'v, t /. ■ r I ' II ll-'t _ ./ ' K) i * ■ * Stj ll xf oved To The New Store •|'rnTTrm*mr*"WM"-'"M ^^mnrn7ior JCBT "71^ H f K32^aaa;rsB^M3 ipywffiMtgffa saagaassa ! J 1 j !JS . A S w. v., t'i o L Hs oesi i rf! when it comes to serving the PEOPLE with good, fresh wholesome GROCERIES, we claim that no house has!I out-classed, and too many fail to reach our standard for the i jj public health. A u rr"T..~~TTi- ;r.- r-n imbi. ~.r)ra?-s "r::v. A1 =a K R F € "(• i *1 R-SFHR ia^aO yi •"noes, and most 6^ them just a little ch:dp:r thin at the other places. Oar hundreds of custo- j ^ mers who trade with us weekly is our best guarantee of hi^h-class service, \ \t Yonr Business is Duly Appreciated \$ V * k (< :j^-s^:^t^s siaas!ass^sas^-:s: asaxag^casa ^szg:a2. 4 * it! *i>: A THE MEW STORE I XJs 9 ft r €7 C(Lo | FIRST DOOR WEST | fe of Continental Bank ^ * p*, ~--X ,->r-,yy- rT'Ssf-la w^AA./VKv"^ T,."WM^i,r tiqai onrswarraww gBSjifia^sB^c,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 November 1911

«Z3~ \ The IkraW lias just received a nice line of calling cards both plain and linen, an.l re- quest those that are in need of same to send in their order now, before they're all gone. Tlhie Herald FJew 233 Miles Iq 244 Minutes Wilcox, Ariz., Qct. 31.— I C-il P. Rodgers, tlie aviator, lias arrived here from El Paso, While en route from that city to Deming, N. M., he flew atone time Sg mjles in go minutes. Me covered a dis- tance of 233 miles in 344 np_n- utes. Several times hp had to wait over an hour and even longer for his special tr^in. Hp reports varying conditions of- wind at different points . - - - along the route. | Rodgers will leave this city The poor man hasn't got the I tomorrow morning for Phoouix, money and the rich man Arizona. J hasn't flic nerve to do what he re^ly knows to be right. W hat a good happy, prosper- ous, con tented old world this tvottld be if every man was willing to work and could earn It's Equal Don't Exist. No one has ever made a salve, ointment or...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 November 1911

t ' ' .M - .'i M Mil •J •*! -n-. - t - -L- i.i I-'- SV'rsonals Jim Tin m lbe tM\ KiKEa* :er of Douglass wad last Satui'day |. \I. Cook-rpent Sunday in OveJton. I months in bear skins and in Meet ur at A. C Harrison's! velvet at Burnett's. Ladies and misses tailoled ■saits, wraps, rain coats, & etc. Blautou Bros. Miss Flora Fisher Wright spent Saturday a.icl Sunday with parents in Rusk. Children's coats, something to keep your little fellows |w warm through the cold winder drug > tore next Sattirda}1. Hiram Ki:is' spent a days in Husk this week. Stylish clothing for and bo vs. few Hiram Arrant spent tire 11 k — >eu Slanton Bros. 1 f< w wee/.. I G Morgan of Lilbert was here with cotton yesterday. Meet lis ,\ C. Harrison's drug More next Saturday. C. i'. Rich of Priscilla was here with cotton Monday. Some only Want'a bite but tiiev tai le PP'e whole n«"ing you. cotton to Cole's yard. C. L. Pyle of Weened wa: here wi:'- t '.foil Monday. Meet us at A. C. Harrison's drug stoi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 November 1911

, n - /■ ' vv \JijV T'"IWI ■ I MEET US AT IIAKRISON DRUCiCO. NKXT SATl'RDAY A , - . f <5RStesS ft vwr*3T ET K3 58 iSPf 5r- •* 7; & A ■'- W ST 1$ 9 rfZPI i ,<x y'O.'. %n*& ' jFW f-y'">'(.y M |jl{ /j.1 ^ W |l yj II I Ik-:?' [I iPil •0Ll?MK Xi ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1911 NUMHKR 50 IJ:nry B:att:c May Mow IJscapc Richmond, Ya., Nov. 11.— Paul Beattie, the principal wit- ness in the trial in which his cousin, Henry Clay Beattie, Jr., v.'us convicted of wife mur- der, made an affidavit today in which he repudiated state- ment^ made at the trial. The affidavit is in the hands of the counsel for Henrv Clay Beattie, J r., whose case is 11'ow pending in the supreme court of appeals for a new trial. A big sensation has been caused bv the affidavit. Boy Was Roped and Dragged to His Death. El Pago, Texas, Nov. 11.— Armed posses of enraged Mex- icans are hunting the moun- tains of Chihuahua for Juan Castillo, a cowboy, who while drink crazed^ threw a rope around the n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 November 1911

« >• V V- R1 #[*' ' ' 3 Co. Market. Cotton received in Alto «P to ; o'clock Wednesday, 4.20c CoNll'NG FRIDAY NIGHT. I'ders & Sandels hip rail- road show will be here Friday B. Y. p: u. programme 1 111 WARNING A man in I Wanted at Onto. Nacogdoches County ntMrl\*j Knapp & Millerv wants got killed the other day in a'livj Minks at once. Will p;lv Cotton i> coining, in pretty'night,' >Tov 17. Mr, Sanders_ rapidly, but there' is a, fo't yet has been in the show business j which is being held back for for man y( years and with him j better pviocr. Alto will receive a first-class company of artists ; between 5000 or 6ooo bales 1 having played in all of the I this season. There ha j been | largest cities. They comei ginned here np-to-u - of-,■ —j > bak-s, vvitli only 920 last year, j having shown in I/ufkiti two nights tin.;; week. They trav- Molh:r Repudiated ByTwelvc- Old'Girl. 6:^0r. m. NOVKMMKUTiir 19TH rnn awav, caused by bad bar/ reasonable price for same. ness. We...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 November 1911

'ft ■ T>; -V iKeW^. SH «TT ' • KMMPirrr,' - —T" "U'.'—r- THE ALTO HERALD E. J'.. ALLEN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Jfie War ,o Six Months r., Thjrec Muulhs All subscriptions are payable ii advance. Xu name w ill l.e pn on the books until paid for. Entered Jan. 1901, Alto, Texas, 3. i«79- second-class matte at the postoffice a 1111.ler act of Marc! Notice to the Public. Any erioneons reflection upon tin character, standing or reputation o any person, firm or corporation, which may ajipeiir in the column} • if Tiie Herald w ill be gladly co; ■ reeled upon ;ts bcinj; brought t( the attention of the publishers. Build more rent houses. Alto needs and wants at .electric- light plant, but it musl be a first-elas«5 one. it The prosj ferity of nioden communities depends chiefly upon industrial developjnen:. Help your town prosper b\ selling some of your propert\ or building more houses 01 them. Alto is the leading cotto: market of Cherokee count} and has been for many years. The receipts...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 November 1911

1 ail IMILLUU 1JUUL. i .1 *? m * K*- Krj ? Pn t < -1 *7 * Pate i : k* ' Patt i Blac! h JJlltton /?« fC i«1 III ii. Hoot.. S2.88 • >i J:< ;,t S2.43 owe this magnificent business increase to Yt>u and yours goes~ without saying. That our appreciation i$ J Boys' overcoats, sizes from 12 to 15, extra value $4.53 I 3P if tliis mutiia.1 lo3'nlt\', for not otily is it pf itable to l otlx but by us ft is Priced Beyond Our Expsssion .Yob! I'.ttent Button Boot S2i50 V st: ;i:: a vioi patent the newest Ltst S1.18—Si.Tb Mot2 Kumfort and Foot Joy $1,48—32.18 Syndics, Misses and Childrens Ready-to-Wear B Daniel Green's Felt Shoes i j I n Br 1. Wine, Purple and Oxford for house wear. Ask Ladies' Tailored Suits, worth much more than we ask, all colors, from $7.88 *L° $18.50 Ladies' Skirt V O ib 1 to see them. 1 i Who * r\s .1 i i M- <c: * >.v . ?V- ■ id:-., * *.« ■ ta •: -is lj4 'i !v Sr« Ji -rV "A 4. . Ci • )ot Wear For Men to dress well, above all the BARRY SHOE. Allover pat. lac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 November 1911

IIS Ml % 1 ,'r y * it e;f if fi I 1 r c« ^ o Zf- •n - u ^ ~ ~ ^ - *> >> u ~ *_ 5j c* v: a ill "J _• ^ *^^1 i m r V V / r r h v— ,; ^ • s**-4 V;- i.-s ?;•> S iki - ■ '$ \ ^•.jwvvww^.--^".v,j;*ysv.-',r^- vs>*. - -> •• W- *v« * ;;: >v..,r-.•?*■* ii'v^V.^'LVViu V Jr '•nv/p.'r-^,iJ«-'i,r->i' ;t-..?r- > - • "r-'*r-T-*r■'■<>*«■'T-' *r-'.-T"-*'-•*• U- • *--• '^ w. ^sEtttSSS^-.Z'-lL' .>_«.* *.iJP^^*>v*vV*£^2i£ f^SfetN? L' "?**■%. ' **• :*j? " I fv ! ia i\ i % /a <4y« n r: ARL HERE IN GREATER ABUNDANCE ! HAN EVER Bt_F"ORb. gPg.'BSKt ^T^7?Sg^5gSgggM*W -'1-- : r-W/}%. m "m \ -4 % %%€&&*$& yjr £ S/jc, X'S// '•'?/// '•-////; fit; £ "g a j?#s§ >•:•, i.y> ■a^V:ai I" ika" fir tO \ I ■ 8 [ prettiest styles anb smartest -models to be seen-any wh^e. Our fall exhibition e of new and natty things, of ^winsome stylish garments, will bring unqualified ' r approve! from those who kno ; tDur Dress Goods, and Staple Dry Goods j" I sections :are full ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 November 1911

i"i' i V|^iBiP ■ ' *'*A $> '( . ! !*«■ W.I $ A • , m * Uu goods. IfVgtfP ! ipprecidiea )v tf u H i ^ r •*l 4 * Yes. I i's Pleasant to Have Ones fc-:!icve deserve it. and we fc *>* f ~~ ' P. \!7e take special care in selecting our enormous stock. What you have seen in our store it f--, , n 2 j ". r\-i !-■:ii N£ h V1 ^ W ^ v.< tl I .< U v vyj u ex it; E i i) Yours for Business S3 Alto, J At The New Sjore Hext Jo Continental Bank -Cy."' jpBin Mi *—j r wmmmmmm■« ««■ mmnr ^■■■iBiilllliliftiilUMklWMMlwnniB j will Decker returned home from Caro Tuesday. Dirl you say you was going to the show Friday night? Yes! E. English of Doiglass Personals t^..< JHW—.■■■, ."'... A fine line of children's bnots is being shown at Bur- netiV. TWMBWnm'H i iT£XMSaBti2&3TJBt Miss Inez Mercer spent Big line of underwear, hos- iery, knit goods pi all kjuds, s:1k, scarf1?, toques, aviation John Guinn J; Rusk .\vas>?:'« & etc- Wanton Bros. C. Kfllijfu and da ;giiUr Miss Jewel of Audersou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 November 1911

i : ■ ■v guSi- Cottorf Belt Time Table For the information of our read- ers we puMish the followin; |sclicdule of arrival and departun of tin.* .Cotton licit trains at Alto - v IXK r *\ ; NORTH HOUND 404. 402. No, 401 No. 403. • 8:52 a i! •5:27 P SOfTII 7101'NI) LOCALS r I North Hound South 1 Sound- No. 42. ■No. 41. • 9:36 a 111 • <>: 11 p n ■. 9:52 a 11 12:85 p XI Mrs. Vcrmiiva Horror Grows. Chicago, Nov. 14.—T\v< gliildrcti may be added to the gruesome horror list—already totaling1 half a score of those whom the police suspect ma\ have been the victims of Mrs. Louise Yermilyas arsenic-filled pepper box, according to the story told Coroner Hoffman tonight by Charles Boisen. Mrs. Vennilyas* undertaker friend. In the absence of any motive to account for such a poisoning if, an investigation, which was immediately start- ed, proves they were actually poisoned, the belief was tonight strengthened that the smiling impassive woman now in the county jaff suffers from nicro- * 1-*...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 November 1911

Jl 1 > jfjjft' ' " r" "' ?3T^,| 3« * *1 8 4 J. j) >v \V * si >; v ,j> v w >> V * ' I « a >s > / nrnw> i*TCW}i mw|n> •^~rz*?w~ % •5 i s y P t w 1! a Personals ! ' ■* Frank Holcomb of Liberty Hi Hill wm licrc with cottou one, ^ W ■ 1 II- 1 li i urdplr t •°J \ j day tins week. C C Bubnett of Den: W V - V * t\njn\. WW v/* *"■ J - f B1 Springs marketed cotton here j l.i't Siatnrdnv. I ^ ! after ^ j ', irvr. :r:;.rrsaa:ja>a. lvdear She: rand of Percilla market' 1 cotton here Saturda\ , '*" '? ' :l,"v" y ""-.Y' „i sever.ii days visit with re!..- ^ in 1 Vrcilla w; s ],tiVt*s ill Nacogdoches, returned ' ?r l,u t Saturday, Miss Nellie IC Walters, W H i ,1 vp. it unl ] H Vv'.)l"!ll:i;. marketed cottou •'riday. til cotton ; of We here Joe S'serratid of Percilla was here with cotton Thursday. M ]; Iiarnes of Percilla wa; here wit!i cotton Friday. Stylish clothing for men and boys.. .'"131 an ton Iiros. | (rale of Houston county va's he]'i, with cotton Friday. W. ...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 November 1911

wmm La, / XJL. MEET US AT IIAHRISl*^ DRUG CO.JS'KXT KATI'HDAV M Volume XI • S:r Waiter Raleigh's Old Pipe Bare Feet and Ankles Is Latest' ALTQ, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 19x1 Number 51 Is For Sale. For Society. "STAR BRAND 5^QPs ARE BETTER London, Nov. t8,—A pipe! Paris, Nov. iS. — lT the re-! *.\ .:ich v.ns once the property j ports current in Pans .valcn§ | />i,vSu \. alter Raleigh and to are to be credited leaders of' Wiiich is attaclu. d a '■ story is fashion will shortly startle to he offered f< 1 j Ion. ale :n ivo:v|their humbler sisters by ap- ^ot unlike the letter • pearing at fashionable asscm-i in shape, it Jlas had its j blies with feet a?ul ankles bars. lioiue :or centuries in an an- The 1;.dies declare that in the dent inlasd box dated "Ano ) 15 7 7 It is made up of four pieces of wood, rudely carved with flogs' heads and with faces of red Indians. On the bowl uaiue or hygiene and beauty all their followers should dis- card shoes and stockings as all seekers o...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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