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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 December 1911

ji. K, SUBSCRIPTION RATES l it*K'? !• '■. .■ ^ • pyr Year..., r1.00 Six Mouths.. - • .5° :fj rec ^iontlis". • • •• .25 X. EDUCATION, ■A^fYct' •JJoct^WelJ, Aunty Chole, we'll have 3 011 out ijj 3 dfty or §0. I'll give you so^jie JJiedi- cine that will quickly make your rheumatism go down in 1 defeat." «rHE Chinese rnado tho fir l |*i*r and the Germans p\de the first j £11 SHbkcriptioMS are payable in j tv,K! Md brouglii'ediKiiUya witliin the reach «f ^vcrj citizen on tho Aumie ^noic 1 j ' advance. No name will be put! _]0^0> ' a^hievenienU, together with the printing press, were the bins! Whatebber yo do, «cc"i 011 the books Until paid for. frowning y'01')' of civilization. The Tuxas press is n great industrial edn: tab, doan make hit go down in cator. To read our newspaper*'makes the farmer \vtyit to Start anrfher j(]e fe;t, caze 1 has to Stan' -up; plow, the miner shoulder his pick, the 'manufacturer enlarge his plant |an, do a j mn l;m: rn,ljt ami tho banker increase his invest...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 December 1911

dm ^ 1 A \\? ri a lo VI: a'f The Herald wants every child in Alto and surrounding countiy whether a reader of 1 lie Herald or not, to have a great time C lirist'.nap, and in order that each child have ah opportunity to tell ''Old Santa" just what he or she wants, we will publish short letters from the children to "Old Santa" in The Herald iie::t week. Make your letters short and to the point. Address letters to The Alto Herald early Monday or bring them to the office. W. J. Roark of lis dauglTfPff**!^! P, WiVirofl , j Whitaker, Inst Friday and was ' I accompanied home by his' |daughter, Miss Annie, who! had spent several weeks -her^. —Cashing Enterprise-. See Texas or The Seige of i | the Alamo. Word was received he e Wed- nesday of the death of little J Homer Alexander of Teagne. Mr. Alexander formerly lived in Alto and has many friends ;j who extend their heartfelt aympathy. A new shipment of the American Ladv Corset, all J sizes and styles at Frank, Maws & Crouch. Ask to sec ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 December 1911

THE IT*/,:. J P'^ Six ! •fhrt'i \ \ :vl on f Ei JW- Alio 3. V Ai rhr.: jii'.y whi' of J J'ect the tyi I der e n uie IUi the no <ptf an or. an he pr: Bit tic bv th. . 1 111 n. m*- vv; dt W ai til :i1 v C w J y V X ? ■ ■■ *M >..3- r. •■■ <■ y 2 J--c> OS*) r±iuun.n: • * s :• '->V <•*(:' "'A.W 1> '.V* ■■ ■ - % V-- ■ % * ■ _ • ■ , i. i ' ,*>. £\] il a t «! ■< nw v- :; r J- •; .: •-; M Wfl c '• ■ * * nr* i -U V I, ; w i ! ■ i '■'? • h 0 c : - L uioiM li l! O Lj, j i iJuii Ui. f"<n ' mK ? ,, ,., * - n n ir* L S'l ro S fi? C r • t. 8 . li I M ft jJ «i U it V b Cj AS, p. MSt/ ih r n«r,: <1 I Ci gJ M li V if H Uilh n r* <•< r i i ■■ <•-•4 ' I I" . '-•*. t- -s Kt'v fr'-x > r'-V w.iC S a n ;i . < V P ^ I ,a s V- i' V\ fe Mens' Suits, Overcoats and Extra Trousers M Hoys Suits, Overcoats and extra Knickerbockers. Ladies tailored suits, ladies skirts, ladies and r,7t; misses long coats share in this great reduction. £rvi 20 Per Cent Discount c, ^ :-n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 December 1911

I ^ r*' . « . V 1 .7 1 > At V 9* > 1 <;,r <iP MKKT 5 'S AT I I.VHUIS(>N 1 mU(i < O. NKXT SATl "Ui ?AY *<gsar Br . . - I' J! £ I JwtC !"•( li*' *tt\ 42|^ A M «. A n /pa H 1 C% li^i ^ la |si li '4 , Voujmk XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2r, ton i The 16.—Ben s:i!cs-! conn corv.mcd in :i Dis'rkt Court. Dee. term of district Vic 11- K iter Old Aje Is Sure to Come. An o!cl man i: •me i>fik\ passing lie is verv ! White Man and Negro are Drowned Riwk, Tex., Dec. sVoien", wall-known ye£ . _ traveling in u buggy with a I docket and s It nig cases for fligst of yfc'iirs, and the hi00 negro drr.vr who w.as :ilsojslv-"-'im oava ol this term. This that once leaped and hotinde 1 life now as [hc\4 "WJr > «-.>■ -j.<^ -iff ia rcf tlrs place, was drowtud day, and will probably rim for feeble, tottering like a little 1^}'/ ear Center, Sk-lby County, n ne weeks.-1 he first three child just learning to walk. | ; esterd ly afternoon, He wv.s j days of litis week was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 December 1911

Mb>*' THS -tzrr. **(.-.:. I PV ' Six 1 TJire ftd on ' Ei 2a < Alto 3. 1 A rh.r finy wlii of ' yect the Syi der en me in-', the 110 !?3i an or. an he fr: £11 th b\ til . 1 111 U; W __ dc g1 x\1 ;n ;u at v- "e w A t \ t 7 \ * * ■ Masters Will and Moore \V. L I<iles and fann y Jeit !; "crscnais £ ■isassstmarr^ji h — ir assagafr Miss Ava SingV-ary t'sspen- ding this a iii Tyler. Jol it Ray spent M. n lay in Rusk. -Phone A-jnew for your xmns f Jf D ' ker are spending ■ iu Cairo this week. Fire works of all kin Is :it Agnew's. Mis Shacklford uf Kelly- vill s visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs Jno. Allen, this week, Among your go away thing' fewdavs ^ue-cl'iv for Lfl- where thr; wil visit relatives d-irin r holidays. J x T ■ l'- ii;) per at v 1 V, Th a t A n.w shipment 1 ' t' !l ' 1 American Lady Corset, ail uiemb:rs w.iosc nnd styles at Frank, te including farm nnple . |vv„ Our theatre patrons arc eu- .. x ■1 pr r joying a treal this\veeU at the * . 4 Qovra House. The Curtiss IV- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 December 1911

-y~r\ oS* ' ' ' M ( J Cotton Belt Time Table i'or the iiiformalio : of our rend- er- we publish t ic following siledileot .111 ival and departure bf lie Cotton Belt t ains at Alto; NORTH BOUND N. Is. Ni Ku 404. 40-v SOUTH BOUND . > . 5 ~ a 111 .5:27 p m 401 4°V . 0:36 a 111 • 0; 1 r j) 111 Slow) . 1 Mrs. Annie Obitz Found With Throat Cut. Galveston, Tex.,jDec. 13.— Her throat cut from ear to ear by it razor, Mrs. Annie Obit'-, aged 29 years, wife of Robert A. < )bitz of this city, was dis- covered lyincj across the bed in in 1 room early Wednesday uioiuir.g. Bs-.ttfl ensued in a faw minutes after the discov- N ;\vs has just reached here of his te.t,:h£t, b it .<■■1.0 him shoit and .-s.uo.i4K.. "George, don't te!i r. mistake!: " "I wasn't 10," said the boy. "I v ing to show you what fool Webster was." GivC pi: 1 mr or.ier i.;r rs • to'-vr's Texas Hist>.r> 1 ; m ■ n ii h\n c Mrs. Lultip Har/ going, g.ovc. These "Rhymes" will - :■ 'he tV<:irr>li1e as ..upplinicntan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 December 1911

HMHSM nw —P"l IMIII m ' * .„ *1MhWi ,jrt7* Vlf V-: r v ™"i® «* THE ALTO :-!"~RALC K. ]•:. AI.LKX, EDITOR. su3scn;?T;3u rates One Year «r.< Six Months • • .50 Three Months 25 All subaa , t! ..1 > are pay iMe ii advance. So nam." will be j.-r.l 0:1 the' l> •'• < t! ; ;i ua'd r. !. liaterol secrjn.l-e'a-' matU1 Jan, 3, i' >•, at ('i • p >>! 'i'i v ; I Alto, Tea • , :r.i Lr a.'l 1!' M u\h 3, 1879.. Notice to the P.iblic. Any crionooii; rod notion npin (' e rliaracU'r, •-! • 'an * or repnut: >n f ativ p?r an, fi.an <>.■ 1 p a .v which mav m.p r in la.- uii s of Tlio 11 :.a 1 i will be R-1 ally ef- fected upon its b.-hijy brought o iha attention of the publishers. T' *■ Boy 'r :i Assaulter'. Fort V.'orth, Yev. T\-c. 14,— But for 11 ■ ri ■: v art h.atl <• tlic police Will Baiter, a negro 35 years .a' age, who, it is charged, assaulted an u yeai old whi!boy, might hav been beaten o death, The li!?gro was trac'. by a hnlf- dozen lit; :i wl-o wi'nessed tin ass...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 December 1911

•>-V^ • ' Ena*&& 'HH ALTO HEP/U..O Frequently, -the larger boys (f ~r ~ ' 1 e kej.'t out to do the work. E. E. AL1 I-'.i If tlie winter supply of wood —— .... ... l';>s been negleeteb, the boy perhaps spends one day out of each week in getting wood. I ^. Hip Year ' *i no ! ^iese are excuses that can ! m n X Months >50 be avoided. Another very n AJ"\ le*" Dcc* l6> IC>TI- tiree Months \-J5 iainortant wav the nnrent* m,\ Peai Santa .Clans. SUBSCP'i !,IN RATES Letters To Santa Glaus By Little Herall E073 and Girls. r' ,'OM M> '1 J important way the parents may j ^11 subscriptions are ;>;i vible in help them is to see that the child advance. No name will be put is 011 lime. Start them in on tin.- boo ;s until paid for. plenty of time to get there, and . —___ ^ then see that they are not late. Entered - * ' -'a--; matter It is absolute!v necessary that riu. 3. 1901, at the po-t fa.-• • parents c( .qcrr.tewi!h 'te"ch- |fcXTJ' ;i Lra?t ,,f • era u> -make a go...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 December 1911

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 January 1912

m ■- T-" ■ /// A, t. I m n S3 \ • i' eveiy H:ig for :ely get This is t)J coiy. \roT.uMi: XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY ii, 19;:> Number Snow v:i Feet Deep i c/ns Plain: Counirv, la. Efght Ca-3S of ?i/l on'11.2;'tis i:i Fan/ nin Countv. Dalhart, Texas, Jan. 8.—! Parisj Tex Jan. 6.^-Eight The situation 011 the Rock Is- cases of meningitis wijth four land Railroad in Texas and j deaths to date were reported at Oklahoma on the Bl Paso di* j yesterday's meeting of the vision today was and rcportec demoralized Fannin county medical asso-jc,uuty Judge, Cherokee Co Jacksonville, briday, Jan.- jkSi^ ^ W., 19, at p. m. j Alto, Saturday, Jan. 20, at!'^ 2 p. m. Respectfully, C. F. Gibson, the worst in the t cfation. Six ca-es wcr; rtv history of the road on account j ported at Rowland, a small of the cold and snow, No town in diis county, are that trains have been able to run j the disease exists there also, through in either direction since Thursday night. For a hundred and fifty, mile...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 January 1912

' > '/v'- - ' mm . «... . - V. on Ai, < liav.i any '■ wh'u of ' •iWt the> >;j 35f ell; oil be. v.t dc? h ,i! u a c t M c t & w- '$ ?F: <# TEXAS WELFARE jk*9* fe'XTs * Commercial Secretaries Ap- point Commission to In- vestigate Industrial Conditions, The Welfare Commission whi 0. the Commercial Secretin-! •• ::ssd I;mi- ! )mm Men's Aisofi:itiou of Texiui kw* organized will hold w^'or • in j'..! las, Ft. Worth, San Antonio, Hous- ton and other cities in Texas and hear the views of men of affairs on ih* needs of Texas. The following are a few of the questions which the Commission will undertake t> Answer: Sixty-eight per cent nf 1',• f rrte:\! of TttU Co not O'A'U ii.i V ! WHY? We nfeoo 50,000 mile* morn of rail roads in Texas nwl thero is not is Wile of rouil under eonati'ucUOB in the Statu totlajr. WHY7 We have HO.OOO miles of un Im- proved public highways and durlnp; t!:« (Ml ten years wo huv per:nanuutl} Improved only 2,000. WHY 'I We havo 1200 suites of navi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 January 1912

r* . M \ m -.tti n is ii r1 It t v f 0 l-.f V if' m "HE ALTO HERALD E, K. AU.HX, Kditor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES C J11 * Year Six Months.... Three Months.. Si ,p- 50 -25 All subscriptions are payable 1 advance. No name will be pu on the books until paid for. Entered as second-class matte: Jan. 3. iqoi, at the postoffi -e a Alto, T.-xa.-,, ualer act of March 3> 1R79. rj otic 1 to tho Public. ■ lim ing inducement (espvi i 'y since we liavp the infinite L asure of kii'.wing tin .'cxas maid) tor attracting ettlers to our state. It states 1 ere are 325,000 unmarrie :;r!s of a marriageable age ii: fev^s. YJtr.ig men come t' Te*a . Any enoiieoiis re.Lvli ra upon tl e character, standing or reputation 01 liny fir 1 >ir .. 1 .. iiior, j which may nan r- ia t': • cihti)ii<' :>f The Herald wil. by -..1 .!v c - jvup 1 i i1.-- being brought to the attention of :h • • i'>" -^'v. The prospi r.tv of our pen >1? depends chiefly upon tin products of the farm. Noth ig will facilitate the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 January 1912

7.50 : i ?rt:3 now gonrj at 7.00 skirts now uoiur at 2.25 ladies' shoes now going" at 5 lodlcs shoes now ii'ja "4-* Ir* ¥ r ?-7- 4-.-.V Boy's 5 ;.5' Ji-.ts \v go::: .; : 1 Soy's 1.25 hats now going a Boy's 75c hats n■ >vv going l Boy's 50c hats now going at T* v C t o? X U-xi ij ^ kj* - ai a:-:! the 5.00 slcirts now K°i!V'-V at 4.00 skirts ,iow going at 3.50 skirts now going at These shoes • f. r c!;I very best make o," : io:s. c.l. s !•, c s :i: 2.s<> shoes al 2 00 shoes at T.75 shoes at 1.50 shoes at 1.25 shoes at i.ro shoes at 75c shoes at 1 he ^"-r;.50 1 >; Idte 1:0 iu t'u > : ..'.e . 1,95 « ir* U i -> 1.45 1.25 i.oo ?5c .1 rc 1 will 1 * f * * V xlA^-L w 1-.•- ^ kw . ,-lUi J 1;; - - 111 * ■ • , i - 1 oc i; \ sc rt • *.i, 2 1 Ail cambric em: O'J C'i> to 1 2 inches closing out at >ln> r yr.rd IQq Embroidery flouncing from 2 | to 50 inches closing out, per . *.i v:hi _ Lists, at...35g ioe val lace, wild: . t .♦• §g JL* IwOj JlJ U. — i •' I i.'.ij •— ~ ^ A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 January 1912

' f- I HT lv £* """ m i ^ "i i r T^xaacfggj«P«p^Ag« - •■ -:• •. « :--^. :** .v>■>■ >.z\7yt-■ .ifwr • *?•- .^-assailmini IMMKVKnHW*'*<«^mgaH3a5B :■ -.•)«.jrT;.-. .--•.j*.. ,(?.• ■ ..; v . .." -t: ::.v ; 3Wb>~•:a^s^gsYHWBiWWfiv&jgirfasfe^a r^vv-' v - ^-.y%. . . «j- -. s « — « — * I $§? * j • £ "iJ Vi ZZM I 1 P m «- fi if I 1 §^3 0 "r"*<5 Ci Tremendous imoortaoco To leu Basins S i relay. 'anuary 13th, Ends Febuary 1st mr-nmmBww. v/;, ■'" ■mfffmrnmNmnmumfi :-■ mmm . vm. $w mttmmfmmfMHmmrfNWNiMtMmtmtmmNMMJWfHmMWMmfMPt-ww ■• ' 1 W>7 * P Wj* i .fW * i:':y " ' ' ' . A ' • vs.-X-** f'fjjktf!'-.* '-v -•'• •*-}" -'Jf • . - ,. ,;i^V -.4, . ■ >cr \ mmm m • -Vr .> T £••'.:- ' :|K; >f'#. £5? fife ";' "?- <35 -? JaSfyrE-i&'aigatflAL.ILJiMII X •-4 1 e <n lb a n r U U ii custom io give one sale a year and : in Jauuary, We have went ove: our stock and have made a Cut Price on evert/thing. Everything in our house wiU be sold at a sacafice during this Sale, We...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 January 1912

m&rtc mmaw m ■■ ' aMWgasa POINTED PASACHfr..J I f . ! 1 > / 11}. w 1 V > V ■t A" /* :f5 .f i * •I i .y M.T • Cotton Pelt Tirr.e Table For the information of our rem; crs we publish the follovvin ^chcdul? t.l arrival ami tlepai tun of the Cotton Bolt trains ai Alto KORTII BOUM) No. 404 • No. 402. $Jo, 401 £To. I"3 • .8:52 a 1: • £:-/ P :i pcnmi BOUND I.OCAl.S North Bound—No. 42- South Bound—No. 41 • .9:36 a :ri . t>; 11 p . .0:52 a >' . 12;f>5 p • ADVERTlSi nv, if v.m arc going 10 adver do so a' or.c •. \V hilt* you re rfieadmg it—afraid li iun;.;c- in. the time is p;i.«siti;, 1 nd your competitor i-; splash- ,i'g a.totmd making things apneu, getting the c:eiin 0 the bargain, Mrs. R. F. Uutler. Notice. A reward of $10 will bt .iid to the part v catching am. ■ mviction anyone hunting o; trespassing on o:ir 1 uuls. Knapp & Mallery. Some Kissing. A critical young la;iy w recently heard ••xpatiatii; vigorously against liie si)' ;wen:v w^nien Advertise and the publi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 January 1912

JJ - JBMI& • i * ^ m: J ,,.s? - en • (in ■.'I'." •-. u ill: ,1, Ml-| WCC: to have :l! A. w J. p. Wood neat 5-room cot ■ s'rct.'t b'. tii'- r. Sam St ova' iiy to is.usk i.isi re 'ret very in.'. .1. leave Vto. .'.■II U' ;ii!s of Joe Murphy o; tine county, in ved here this week and is now living on li s father's place three miles west of town. While -)Iiiviti£ ■ 1 tlu- • .■'.<> grounds on last 1'riday little Ira Pulruer happened to a scri= >n - ;i v'idciit by fnlliu:,' and break in; hi- W in several placvs. F1:• httl> fellow is improving very nic 1> . Car of fl' nr. 111c a I. e :ons, bran anrl ha\ jn t nrrivi."1 at W. T. wr:a-i!-,. All vpo. cish. * -if* 1 !i in' ;: ulioti at V. an ' LtcI> .0 lit iv cm . 1 la .t rs o;i was verv ?-m ■-i rv.n.. 1 j .. R • (\ i n i:i« ■ - *' j • • • 1 I Johnson ot Rusk was present| •u 1 made in inter; siin.: id dress w ii-.-ni to y.« You wi uore that . "at hesitii .lid puir; M- I" •• )yster.- were served : a 1 Au-.'.iv- j aj a jatc ho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 January 1912

' i i'V' 1 > ^*<u9hh| M _ m Co F. crs ,<chc of U Tno . No. No. vf\0. Nort Soul A'lvi Ki For 1st' •Fens A i Cut 1 Til T-ll i Ai t But 1 Ancl i Tone 1 Gc Tlicn r You'; B5T* nr.tl .jiugl G'lef. fpme E\ modf pend ing. the i force mere so >:i tisiiif. be u uione it I;;'/.; grcsi ihe c| A 110 be.'; man 1 niouit his ei ponei the st tisiug times lie is id ot and I j;ottc: never world Pec in el in are in It we ronag tious, them, treat ilcI li favor. r"w.*! «w- r-sv',;1 Personals r..- For S'l""'"!! " Lo. .. .. . • . • • • insertion. Card of li*:"i!■-rents per line. Obituaries cents per line. ; II u Card of Thanks. to marry a man without pro,- oerity or business «abits, uu- To The Alto Herald: iL.ss you wish to sell yourself Mr. and Mrs. E. 1-1Kilcoiiib;for a mess of pottage. desiie^ou gi\e c....sinii \\\ lik • to see tte glancing, /V Wise icsutuiiun 1W1 l!,eir uecP'cl1 apPT'ui'.'i'„icheerful light through the wm- . q Trade at VV.T. Williams and,l",e sympathy and ktnetne.. .,o,v (....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 January 1912

yr^ usi • > .£ U- < J /)^CiyO L^i/\ i> a dfew - t hti V*v„.\w ra Vi! *■■■■'£S *• i&Ht «#U£ KM m re V01.UMK xi r W OUR LI NI powo F P£ ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1 ~ ' 10! Number 6 A Sad Death. The death of 011 ie, the i2- year-old twin of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Singletary, died Sunday night at 8 o'clock. Ollie had been very ill for some time and his death, while not unexpect- ed, was nevertheless quite a shock to his family. Every- thing that could be done by •nedical hand and careful n ur- ging was given but God thought best to take this child into His Fof County Jud^e. Mr. C. F. Gibson's name appears in our annouuc.ment column this week as a' candi- date for re election to the office of County Judge, subject to the acjioji of the democratic primary. Two years ago the! people elected Mr. Gibson to this responsible position, and their good judgment has been fully vindicated by the ef- ficiency of Mr. Gibson as •are. How very sad to see County Judge. If elected he mate, H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 January 1912

.': -' m ■ i&g&m CI ol IN N •N & A V ; •r B A T V ji G SjC- ii: 1" ii u fc lil sc ti. b'! m it pr i!i r.v 111; hi P'l tl: ti; ti In i; jr. t;1 i.i \v ii: iii'' II, l" rt, ti tl tt fc r t i Cotton Belt Time Table For the information of ottr read- era we publish the following schedule of arrival and departure of the Cotton Belt trains at Alto; NORTH BOtl.ND No. 404 8:52 a 111 No. 402 5:27 p 111 SOUTH BOUND No. 401 9:36 a m No. 403 .\ 6; 11 p ni LOCALS N n'th Bound—No. 4 2.... 9:52 a in ftouth Bound—No. 41... 12:85 p m It is deprolable that so many of our young men are content to loaf and indulge in street corner conversations w li e 11 their parents are anxious to pive them an opportunity to make somethingjof themselves, Alto is 110 exception. Young man, why don't you prepare yourself now for the responsi- bilities, which must soon fail upon your shoulders? Take 3'our parents' advice, and g< to school. Just remember that as a good citizen it is every manV duty to qualif...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 January 1912

i HHj. u- m «/ • n, t Is- I THE ALTO HERALD E. E. ALLEN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES O.ric Ye.ai . Six Months. Three Month The sixth annual meeting of the Texas Corn Show-will I be held at Austin, Jan. 16 19'. t During thv first three dav ■ « • tiie show the Texas Cjv | Growers' Association will :n ■ t Si.ooiand 011 > tl'i; fourth daj; 't. : .50 Texas Cotton Glowers will b i 25 j 111 session, AH r.tjhsri'ijiiion* are payable in adyai '.c. > tiwni-■ will be put on tl' until ua'id for. On February 1 st, thc.Tc* ■ J & Pacific ami the Interna; 1 -•t— — ■ ai & Great Northern railroads Entered .is tecnntl-e'ass matter Jan. 3, 1 h , ai the ;joStoffice at Alto. Texas U1J ier act of March | headquarters at Longview. Woipan Found Deadf Husba 5' l8"9- j R. R, Clariclge, now itntuigra- ■ ~ j tion agent for tlie Gould 'ine.^ Noticc to the Public. | will have charge of the de- Any ermncou refli- tion upon the Pal Anient, Suit* chJMU'-d, jx-:. \\. ui ; v t f )i«k R 11 ■ iO r apcvlnl p...

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