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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 November 1911

si If ' . ■ ■■■■'■ * > ■ ) 3W. A i, ?l 4i V I. ^ V V n i * v' V i ii h! V > 2 V * * n ,"3 ■ .■'• M'kAVWtA^.l 31 wtr - PTA o.-ux « fww.'* *v*<*v. .a*ni^iwun •. VI r«-ra*j*yKi v— —rwrw w%**4 \ s o h ' i y i' c 1 1) X Kc * v< s, <*",7 1 ■7B,:.V\" TiT. • v: .ft -.a BEsas * K Y os i ntbiOTm >«*ir- t " ▼ ' V four favor, to a marked extent, and we ^ believe deserve it. We tak: special care in selecting our enormous stock. What you have seen in our store # I ion is Elanktts, ranging in prices from 75c io $5.00 per pair, you will find a beautiful assortment, also nice Yo«*rs for Business, i * At The New Store Next To Continental Bank « 8 ~ i Forest Cooper Killed. m— ■ I>W<K ' *,mm « v^ Younj; C!:iId Kicked Bv Colt, While playing yesterday llit: eldest child of Mr. and Mrs. Kd Huston had the mis- fortune of being kicked in tile head by a young colt which was nearoy, crushing her skull in such an extent that .several pieces were taken there- from. At the time of goin to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 November 1911

..... * i ■ WBWWH: TtafcTvsAs • w *L K| w\ m ■ \ / i; THE ALTO HERALD K. K. AIJ.I'.X, Kdttou. SUBSCRIPTION RATEi On.- Year !•" Six Month* Three Moiiths . ..'s All subscriptions ;:.c pavabk- in advance. No name will be ; i 011 the books until paid for. I Father Killed; Son In Jail. Tyler, Texas, Nov. 15.—A : deplorable killing occurred near Gard u Valley, nine miles northwest of Litnlale about 4 ! i-'clock yesterday afternoon, in vviiich J. A. Turner, a well known farmer, lost his life, | and his eldest son, Malley, is in jail, charged with the crime. Officers give the following ; account of the killing: i It seems that the father and son, with other parties, were at work in the field near the house, when the cider Turner and his son became engaged in a conversation concerning a younger son who is now in the navy. The argument grew waVmer and finally merged in- to a row, and then a fight b?« Wanted a* Once. Knapp & Maliery wants live Minks at once. Will pay lames:;. See him and b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 November 1911

,M ■■ , '-fcV 'JtXIM '.Jav.'.,. : i i ■> ,- i) \.:. * f \ l?< i * i ■ ] li jit -1'— Enticed Girl From Tcx$s. rasp tSIWjXASi ■UaLi.'EU'lmUl .m '■ ■ A Terrible Confession. Cotton Belt Tin&e Table, , „ I New Chileans, Nov. ^6.—-, Lincoln Center, Kas, !\ov. t , iTIie police are making a dili-,j6.—Pleas of guilty were sud- I'or the uwormatiou of our read " , r ,< , 1 , , i .. • ers wc publish lw /oUowiuK 8en< s^Mor the xyen who, .leiriy announced ting uvwi? schedule of arrival and departure! were with a i7-year-ol$ girl in the circuit court here by| (of the Cotton l?eft (rains ;u Alto:: wlici; she was taken c\ia,rgc of .three of the mo^t prominent by a representative of the j^en accused in (connection 'lravclcrs' Ai<jl society at the j with the tarring of Miss Mary il I Union depot Wednesday. j Chamberlain, the young school -.2, p.i.i 'fj^e girl worked as a cashier | teacher. Tney are Kverett iu a moving picture show in Clark, juresident of a milling n nJ Berttimoi.it ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 November 1911

dr / N ]•. E. ALLKN", Kihtor. SU3SCRIPTION RATES (Jut' Year $i .00 ,$ix Months , 59 •Three Months 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No nnme will be put on the boohs un,til paid for. Entered as second-class matter Jan. 3, 1901, at the post office at Alto,' T( .was, unier act of March 3. 1*79' Notice to the Public. Any er;o::cous reflection upon tin character, standing or regulation<>| r.nv 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. THE ALTO HbRALD! A Good Lesson For Ua Ali. . ' Jf yott think that ye>ti ha\e | had a hard time, consider the ' story ot' Margaret Edwards, whose lifeless body was found the other day at the entrance of St. Matthew's Cathedral, where she sang in the chyir. Her father left her mother when she was a little giri. There were two brothers, one younger and ore older than •I she. in a search for her litis-' band, Mrs. Ivdwards c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 November 1911

-mm ■ ■ "• ■ ; r ? . ••••, ) SC MM * C I / •■■Wtum "S.'J. SSEHSSJCaBCTBSSB f2S3E5Ci aaa ■«f^'?5Kra^.^ja52 Little Buckshot will he hen Thursday night, Nov. 30th. Jehu Allen is moving int' his new lintue this week. Charlie Pegucs of Douglas- marketed cotton hefc Tuesday Plenty i 1 riy, !,rau and chop at Blmj'.on Bros. , A wedding is scheluled fir Alto in I he near future. R. G. 0 ,i'H\s of Wells mar- keted c: ttoii here Friday. Go to Rook's Icr ladies skirts, cloaks r.nd children's, head wear. Mrs. Bob this week. A . .mj -v.; B, Pain and C. B. Watkins Young man, there is only Douglass were here with cotton Friday Burnett is headquarters for '' kiyd.-. of trimmings. Mrs A. K. Usher has been "mfined to her room with la- grippe this week, C. T. Crocker of Nncc y Inches cotiniv ". as in the eil v vith cotton Friday. Ladies an i iui--i s tailoled nits, wraps, rs'u coats, & etc. Blantou Bros. Z. B Stokes and C\ Chaud- r r of Wells marketed cotton hen- Saturday. C. Powell of Den son Spri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 November 1911

"xC-o SfKKT US/AT IIAUHISpN UUVii < •« \ NEXT WATl'RJATi JV,W I f: i'i. A {'•*! ^ /% «W$> £*& | v/uvJ 4/ J..| !■>-. cj 1 b« , VoLt'MK XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1911 Number 52 Bc^ttic Confessed. Mrs. Patterstm Suffered Ccl-j Richmond, Nov. 24.— llenrv! "injr Her Hia!. '"! iv Beanie-, ]r.,J>efAYe hi's D nver, Colo., Nov. 27.— dent.i in'thc eleCtric clmr at Con.sidi-:;:bic dpubt is euter-i a, "i. ; 1 ' iv co:ii: -■ "O'l t,> tain.-.i a., to whethrr or u< t the murder of his wi.'e. The .Mr,. Gertrude Gibspn Patter-' statement which w j.>ivc.i sou, who hided her husband, out in the rotunda of a down- on Sep:!x. .-,th, wou:d b '• town lmt'.'j fo..mvs.: able to a: re.ir v.h.11 court re- "I, Howry C:.tv 13.'attic, Jr.,'convened' tt/lav. Mrs. 1': . , desirious of standing rij>ht be- rnn coi< .;• in the j ;ii ,S ' j fore God and man, do on this,! I v mo i.i^, mI'.o ■. h'.v; the ttrd dav of N' v , ,.:ij cross examination Satur-1 ^ "STAR BI ARE BETTER...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 November 1911

*m": *x- ) r I WWSTSlS&i ,., g T'' ,';" -JfiaBp®*-**- Ml — I 1 HIRKBhMBKBV ' * yomT wait roe luck to fall into ¥cu:i .<*■ * vS . •/ v# I ./ AW*" \ PjEKEra a M« . vt^.-.:^„>rc%^L-:SHL^otoee:?. ■- .v^as/Boraa .£ " /fK ,: v C.1.W a Mrm bnp &!&*• .3J 7a WPPPVP?1.'.. "" f,"W« YvtfflOTft* ar? aU ai j jg&cnda f.;. v,-i.;tv, -j-.u' ; ; yc-t.tr in?p :t!oh as harch an "' crifci as you like, then yot.t will find cviry cfcuii in goods bet- ${ s tor i-.aai, you demand at our store. Anew hat that his already proven it? popularity-comes in black, new ^ v? brov n and tan. You are sure of a becoming style. It comes in different dimensions to suit different faces, ** Vv , A i <<:/ % ' V % ft t v-\ % \\ C I. ;lul i lit- B sh 1 ■ \ ■ v. \ on that our shoe Niched and brown .' r liir ever moar. .superior, .' antnn miestic at 7c to ioe, St; . i<l :.trl<-; \Y S S. Go's shoes handled exclusively by us. Everything in dry go ciard 9 ; in' 10-4 Sheeting 3'>c value lor 25c. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 November 1911

< ■MB ,1 0fel-^e 4 ' !^ ' Cotton Rfilt Timp Tahlp c to ricommeud executive 'though lie had fallen 011 his 1 auio elemeHCJ,. The cause of tl)e head Thcbody was prepaied ' i.ng is said to have been-for burial and will be sh'.nad due to an insult by the dead to Alto!—tslacogdoches Seuti- uiau to a relative of Benson. will be riiade by T-! l;cir tlie information of our read- ers we publish the following schedule of-arrival and departure , of the Cotton Belt trains- at. Alto: ,v'' Appeal nel, Nov. 23. nobth dowil) ao. 404;. No'.' 402. .8:52 a'111 .5:27 p ni Benson's relatives to get a1 ^'cnt^ ^r,in anc^ chops parclou between now and at * -tntoii 1ros. Christmas. ' 1 he person that speaks well SOUTH BOUND ' J' Averto Awful Tragedy. No. 401. •"No.'403/ . .9:36 a tn . 6;n p in LOCALS Timgly advice Riven Mrs,. C-' Willoij^hby, of Marengo,,. Wis., (R. No/ i) prevented a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives, Doc- tors hgd said her frightful cough was a "consumption" cough mid could do littl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 November 1911

>. ' • "l,t f -V - JfiJ '"^Mr.'' ■™" The ALTO HERALD Shot In The Mouth And Then Spit Out The Bullet. k 9 lw> '■> il SRS J ' m & ■ ' H . If i n Bvv E. E. ALI,f?tt, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year Six Months .r .. Three Months.. , $1.00 <5° 25 All subscriptions arc payable in advance. No name will be put 011 the books until paid for. Entered as second-class matter Jan. 3, 1901, at the postoffiee a-t Alto, Texas, uiiier act of March 3. 1879* Notice to the Hiiblic; Any erroneous reflection upon ll e character, standing or reputation 1 f any person, firm or corporation, which nicty appear in the columns of The Hehtlei will be gladly cor- rected upon ils being brought to the atteutioii of the publishers. J. Martin Jones, who also ran for governor last year re- ceiving 1925 votes lias again announced his candidacy. Jones doesn't even know when ia joke has been run into the ground, and it is unfortunate' that the press of the state, in its laudable effort to give the rea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 November 1911

; * •* * '• 111 orntp • > i ywnfniT *. - *]1T H VH> KUK'J "T* THE ALTO HERALD Texas at present offers a —=•— greater field tlian anv other K. I.i. AIJ.KN, Dl TO!C SUBSCRIPTION HATES Out' Year Six Months Three Months All subscriptions are ad. mice. No name will Lie put on the I>ooks until naid for. state mi the T' :;:o!i for the oui- .... sumption of the output of i>c- I toi its. No other part of the country presents such glowing .$1.00 opportunities for the man who . ,So lias money tn invc.-t i;> maun- . .25 factuiingenterprises. payable in Texas industrial Notes. Deuisow,turkey raisers are shipping between 2tooo and 3,000 birds daily to northern and eastern markets. lit increments o l'Vv have been made to nave the M. K K: T. demonstration train l--.tr all points 011 the '1 ex as Central cri town cannot become■ Railway of Texas. cleared Enter pel as Jr. 1. 1 >>i. Alio, 'IV \as, J, J879, sp? n at t'.: ■ u:: rf a^s •1 :.At. A Simonton man $5,000 this year from 60 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 November 1911

Tk Ot Si: Tt Al i) A *5, r. a c t t V I f I 1 Vj. y v<« L ' **/tnn*M ft' vt W J TJ-.-tr. ^wwitrr-Hrun* ocr.«n * •:.>•:■ : ■< ] . Wnlter Prince and H. S. }jj Bailey of Forest were here on « business Tuesday. jjj I ' Another big shipment oi *' JI. T £~ ~ i fc ! v fc Personals y «!i i « aBBHiv^r-cTTSS.s sysfii 7* r*-T?«i«-rwrr :t J. M. Cook spent Saturday and Sunday in Overum. ginghams just received at Burnett's. Charlie Allen returned Suti- ... , clav from Smith, Texas, where \v ill 1' in iiey or Doug assi^ ],s i)een f0- several davs. f\ was u visitor here this' w Ok. ,, , , ., , 1 Men. women and cluldrens Jt;(lKeCti:nnnn(rsti;insac:c'l|,.W(^cr coals fo). everybody at business i.i Rask Monday. ! Wanton Bros. Inst st IV. ..: • :a car of Michi- j ()n account of salt at \v. ! . Wii.iams. :)j„, slj.>..x t)iat w-i •H S Ft * A bad wen 1 her is biiL' I here George Span left Monday ' >r Tuesday did not show, for Gilmer. ; c;ee us for win clows, doors Burnett is headquarters for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 December 1911

• SI ' f ' ■■ J Ma t^o V /- A. OJ'cvC^ im?:. -# MtMtftfSATIIARRtSdN DRUG c9.NKXT SATt^RDAY Cbc Blto -Herald. Volume XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1911 Number i NuntsvilIc Prison Destroyed By Fire. Iluntsville, Texas, Deo. 4 — The stale penitentiary located here is burning," and all of the water supply of the town has been exhausted. Ouiek prep- aration r. are being made t< dynamite the building's still standing. The fire started at 1 r o'c entic minnfa.'it'. 1 iii^t portion ol the |,i i.-ioiis have niieidv b'ur.H .1 mi 1. ; 1 p./i".cd ujert lias beeu loss of life, but this cannot be verified nt this hour. Most of 'he convicts were the fields wilt:: ua fire out. Sentences Pronounced on McNa^ niara Brothers. Loo Augbles, Cal J D . C— James B' McNamara and J> ln> J. McNamara, brothers, nati /is o: Cincinnati, Ohio, today felt mt* strong hand <f Jmtice wlii li l ey long 1; .d tl o lgh to evade. lames 1!. MbN.nnarn was "STAR BfcAND ARE BETTER in i t oror.c Huntsville...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 December 1911

Tt Oi Si T I; A J P w \ It '#• u 1 9 4 * '«#; m THE ALTO HERALD E. AU.HX, EDIT OK. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Vernon a n d towns ar-j out. i lie men believed to have crossed R- river into Tillnun eonut\ Okla. surrounding The men are r.,1 i s— armu' ARL ,rjr">k O ROOK'S uREAT_XMAS r ? JfMft &nu) P'Vrt U~~ Lv 1 t' I One Year ijix AJtjuths... •Three Months. 'I ,Ul. •5° Your Capital. All subscriptions are v> payable ill advance. No name will be put on the books a; til paid for. Entered as second-clfiss matte: )an. ?. 1901, at thy postoflicc a' Alto, Texas, 1111 lor act of Marc b 1873. Noticp to the Public. A ny cnoupous reflection upon the fiiaractcr, idaitf^njf or reputation of any person, firm o,r corporation which may appear in the columns • l 'i he Herald will be gladly cor retted upon its being brought t< i'liy attention of the publishers. Man^hunt for Robbc s. Chillicotlie, Texan.'—T li < Odcll bank robbers were found in hiding near Doans today at noon and in a hand to han...

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

% '32* * THE ALTO HERALD f _! K. Ii. ALLEN, Km to: SUBSCRIPTION RAILS One Jr.oo Six Months. 50 Three Months 25 All subscriptions arc payable in advance. No name will be put 011 the books until paid for. TEXAS NEEDS I A 1 4 'i IX. DISC0VE1U is Pi s i>~* i v i jL. N or Entered as second-class matter OLUMBUS discovered America and GaliI-. > mu I solar svsfms and planets imd throughout all ttges, civih,:mi.m ims Ijeen indebted lo vise men who could think bevoud the age in which they lived. Wc nend 1 j Bight bales of cotton were raised by a farmer from 2 )i acres of ground—yet people say that a bale to the acre is a good yield. There is 110 land like Texas for growing stuff and 110 phice like it to live 111. She is a great state and 1 ns great ways. While ti.e pf« pie .11 the northern pait are b iky- ing their feet by the fire, the people of sontli Texas are bathing in the surf and en- Jan. 3. 1901, at the postoffice at |n Sluk' government "i«n who ean see across two continents nnd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 December 1911

I , tf * *• ,&r nniiinimiii i|i|ii"ii(>i«iV|i' m ' it 'iirr' . ' - • IWPpUiaHj; -• *.- mr -t-r-f—Tiri- *W>~ fcbMMnN Cotton Belt Time Table l'or the information cf our rear.- (;rA we publish the following schedule of arrival and departure nf the Cotton Belt trains at AUo NOKTU noifsp No- 404 8:52 a 111 No. 402 5:27 p in SOUTH IIOt'NI) No. 401 9:36 a m ,No. 403 0; ii p tt I.OC.M.S North Bound—No. 42....9:52 a 111 South Bound—No, 11... i2:Sj p m 'Two Additional Bad Msn Come lo Grief. Dillingham, Was!) , D:c. 2. —With seven bullet.-, in his hotly, Wa t *r Foote is dead in fhe hospital in Z.tjro Woo'ey, Jkvhlie his fellow bandit, i'';v i James, who was capitis 1 .i.ter a three hours ii; ht with a pos^ rse of 200 men, is ip the Skagit County jn;l, I'oute died n few liours after capture, while j Jines w:>s 1111 - injuied 111 the light in which more than a thousand shots were fired and forty dynamite lipmbs were hurled against the Jogs behind which the bandits had fortified the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 December 1911

Im, ■MMeap; .1 ■WKJI'WIII« DON! WAiT FOR LUCK TO FALL INTO YOUR ARIS I y H i A Take a Firm Grip on Opportunity v Now is the time—you cannot afforcj to wait another minute, to purchase your fall and winter supplies, We * j are all alike—want the best fhat's made for our money and that's why we sell the best and cheapest merchant ? ^ dise. Satisfaction means everything. Our many satisfied customers is the cause of our growing business. % * / * « 4 < .4 « 4 * « < I "/ 7T f f« r f ' t _ V4 *i \ WukJVi uwiwiwwviv* *fcav.wn w / w *6 * ^ ^ n, v.««. ~ W--W —- o O rr Dependable goods is what yO'u want—the only kind we sel|0 Make yo^r buying a matter of business--"V/eigh j the va!u?—make your inspection as harsh and critical as you like, then you will lind every detail in goods bet- \ v; tar th.m you :.!::nand at our store. Anew hat that has already provDi m pDpjlarity-coin:s in black, new & and tan. Ycu are sure of a becoming style. It comes in different dimensions to suit differen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 December 1911

Personals wSmpr - Yi - - ' >; 53Cv No N o No NT« \l \ I f t Robert Durham of Forest spent Saturday in the city. J. M. Cook spent a few days of last week in Houston. R. T. Brack was the guest or relatives in Kelfy.s* {Sunday. J. M. Prince spent a few- days in Foret this \\<^k. Buy your Xmas gifts fiom the Ixlethoclist ladies bazaar. Frank S nitli lias, returned home from West Texas. Charlie Christen was gue.^t of friends in Ratcliff Sunday. Ira Chambers of Forest spent the day h re Tir-sd iy. Ray Go.idm.in spent (lavs in K 'Itys I!i ; w e g'.l- • f ! .•: ' . Miss Lena Guimi returned Monday from Palestine where .she has been for several weeks. ^ •- - ncic i'iniav I'■ Atf'iew of Huntsville and Saturday, Dec. 8th and spent a lew days with home- gtli, and request those that folks here this week. haven't paid their taxes in See us fur windows, doors J I!la'<e arran£ci.tients Jo <! > ■< and wind'-w t:I iss. ;on the abo';,.'dates. i'ln Alio'! rr/i 'ie Co.! , , , ,. Jess Ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 December 1911

4-V ' A* I I ^ I ^1 d't C A Ijn M; .Er US AT HARRISON OR :.: rOi NEXT SATrk7>A -\ In taL^ fW A ** ^ M 7 V O V <?. ru iixj a > V '/ M /%*> '%*&■ lC'- A] \ >" «S| ;'! ri, \ or :: XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1911 N - MJ5KK 2 B pt!-;L iVloHtinff Chcc- i:;ci t.il !> ■' one of iuc ; held in ,1"" Sn-itii of (. ■ i c t! nr. I'd \r ll C rid . tin to 1 e ever Bro. ] o.' .'Ill; Bro. T ,"'i 111 /I meeting ano i; . v*'" " Kcvrrt of Cod more faith;• t' , m . His sermons \wiv ; .ijoyed by all aud the f.hri.si lan people were greatly revived. Ma:iy who were cold and indifferent and far away from their duty to God and their church went to work before the meeting closed and we.believe will keep the ball rolling In spite of rain and mud the house was filled every night and very attentive hearing was given to Rev. Smith. Thirty-five new ad- ditions were ■ added to the church, some by letter and others by bantism. The mens service held at the church 011 Sunday afternoon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 December 1911

" Monday c.'urc!: 2 Brora i allcrno,■.i at •; o'clock, ,1 officers ,\.rs. Toni Ir.i.lcr, following ' elected for the coining ^ I election was coir • cttck, i were \\ attcrs, Lena i>o year: * « . i 4 4 v bi, .,- \i O ■M' N (Jin Year : font a< Tiuv.' Mouths /ill subscription- a\' paynbk :\r) ,',vxf. No iuime will he (■a ii,.- t: ioks uai.l paid tor. ! re : 11:% '• . Jan. p,, i. n, at t AH". Te.-:as, tin I. '?. 1S79. act •>:' 1.larch i •7! Noiice io Iho Public. ,\r.V 1 r:, aca-.s . ;■ aiou tip.-.n the f-iiavaeter. standi: 1 r rcpatatira of nay per: .on, firt «-r eo -poiat aril, Which hit,- appc: in tin- «.••• hmit.s ol' The Il.rald \ hi- gladly cor- n.-ettil upon its I brought to the attention of lite publishers. i \ Tlifc man who edits the av- erage country newspaper can. not weil avoid treading on r:ome one's ids contiiina:!v; llinst < xpcct to be censured of ten for unintentional fai'uves; must expect hard work and little thanks; must expect to be called a coward because...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 December 1911

I i « J* 1 i l—imi Cotton BeltfimST -For liit iu/oriiyation of our rend- er* we publish tliii followfim jtchcdiilr of arrival and departure i f the Cotton Belt trams ai Alto: NORTH DOUS15 404 .8:52 a 1:1 4°2 5:27 p in SOUTH BOUND 401 9:36 a m No. 403...^ 0; 11 p 111 LOCALS North Hound;—No, 42... -9:52 a in South Bound—No. 41... 12:85 p«u Story ToH by Roten. Port Worth, Dec. i)—Peiv arlcss and desperate after -i1 mouths of wandering and suf« faring untold grief,Sam Rosen formerly of Los Angeles, a Russian few by birth, but au American by naturalization, arrived in Fort Worth from Russia Saturday. The old man has been trying to rescue his eldest sen from the horri- ble death which overtook the mother and font other chil- dren while visiting in Russia. He failed. The son, mother and four others were put to Jcath. 1 he once happy and wealthy Rosen family of Los Angeles was blotted off the face of the earth with the ex- ception of the old father. L v try- •v.nr.'mnr« . j.. -yr.fi. frri T...

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