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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 February 1912

4 ' T ■ ' * \ , r fSm THE ALTO HERALD < lw t n 1 I | - 0 Si T A Ja A 3. rli at w' of re tli ;• 5! tl 1) c / cJl ai to lo of di CO ai cr nc tli ov sp 111 W< al tv se pa to to be se fic er lit p: st N 1.1 ra tk et la i>C f y e: t: ji \v t) o 11 ■ d fc V . ■> y r I-!. 12. ALLKN, I-piTOK. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Jne Year ,$i.on Si x Months ■ ...... .50 Three Months 25 All subscriptions ?rc payable i: advance. No 11 will be p.i 011 the books until paid for. Jvntercd as sec uid- a>s Jan. 3. 1901, at ill-.- pustofli Alto, Texas, itniti act of March 1879. TEXAS' GOVERNOR ilon. C! M, Chircton on'the intoler- able physical conditions which were revealed at the Agricultural and Mechanical College. . For Second Term Discusscd br Number of Friends* ^ AN ADDRESS IS PREPARED . .)■ i.. Notice to tHi Public* Any crtotteous rerfl •lion up • character, standing ■ 1 .1 any person, firm o; > which uny appear in t!; f;f The Herald will l>i 'i'-' j'ecttd upon its befsi.ee " the attention ...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 February 1912

Tr-\ u* •>'/ l1'U 4. ^v4wmrw.. «. rzr I?" Breed to this Great All Purpose Stallion Also Will Stand My Tennessee Jack bee: NAPOLEON 3rd No. 1343 I $'0.00 to Insure Foal COLLIN KING / f Sire , Pi itice Imperial, I Reg. No. 1983 Reg. No. 4503 Name of Entry Collin King 1 f Grand Sire ■j Dignity Dare t No. XS93 Sire Dam Lightfoot r Dam Vivian M, No. t 4770 f Illinois Rex, | Da:i No. 1368 2nd Dan By Chester Dare Lizziemont Silver King Kate f Rex Denmark J. No. 840 ( Maud B, No. 1590 Sumpter Denmark Jr., No. 320 Dati H. D. Phone 36- two rings, POWER Meningitis in Texas is Now Under Coirtfol. Grave Robbers Loot Long Buried. Bodies Austin, Texas, Feb. 14.— j ^Jew Orleans, Feb. 24.— "From the very few requests (Grave robbers plundered b;ing received by the state I graves containing bodies bur- Winner otthe First Premium in the Stallion Class at Jacksonville 1911 Reg. Oct. 31, 1910, Bay blaze, left hind foot white. Foaled May, 1907 If -on w' ;'i ' > rai 'i :> horse that will suit your...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 February 1912

• • • T" mnmrn '*■ E c s. V I L I O Si T A J3 A 3, rl at w ot re tli r« \k> ' /4 tii I If# 1/ ¥ ■ 1 I r j' /M sf *>* ;«:• f; II i 1); fJ' ai tc tc of di cc ai ci nc tl 01 S1 m w a! li- st P' tc tc b> s< fi e li P s \ i-. li tl c h t t j& - . - :jgr--7T¥T.^\r.y)A-;:v y; ■ -11-ni—mr r~*~ xhsut our giving away absol Lemonade Sets, Lunch any home or wi! he beautify There are Fish Sels, Game Sets, erry Sets and Salad Sets, suitable make a nice present for some one, Sets s V ALL you have to do is trade here and you may choose the set you want. We charg'e no more for our jy goods because ot this liberal cfkn Those wishing to surrender their tickets may do so NOW. * Merchandise Dependable, Prices Right, Square Dealing h IXHO I \j % i SEES amma i r. %f?i' f> rvt ■ 111 Will I III "I ill II 11 Ihil 111 III III il III fl Personals ^^.TiE^r •s:.' - "airs rcr Notices: Locals 5 cents per Hue for each insertion. P:irrt nf than! - cents per line Obituaries ■ cents per line- ,Dr. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 March 1912

h- yr^ 64/7 ^ ' m. m wwmhj.hu*,.# ;.u'II—>1.1 11 . JZBT-■ «*** .• . ..: . ,^-rr/ n .('T> ht -!)i tfc. " v> 11 f y $ i* ft k k ? Volume XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 191. Number "The Pants Tiri Sell tM -'7& f'rfty'cj )l yr^Y;^ s ••• ' -V^-A AUK 70 52C Pcrfv t t ■ = 1 - r . J | portant item | it is just one or 1 n 01 CURLEE Pants many features There nre <; points to CUKLElv The Ccunly Paper Educator. Ed uc should owe it As An ation begin like character at home. We ) our town paper t:) ; give it all the patronage pos- sible. It registers our birth UK m.l ('■ :.e line lies ) 11 i)11 ce , ui. a all a |[oet\Vcvii these two extremes ); 11 i i meet 11s more than half £ way on most nnv reasonable |!propos:';.:u. Ti:c town-paper HERALD ADVERTISERS. We take pleasure in calling the attention of our readers to J the following list of regular! advertisers, They are not only leaders in their lines but are always ready and willing! our death | to do their part in the upbuild- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 March 1912

.-•VY- 2 1 ti#> • • • ; i i c N. rl y 1 w ot re tl s \ I ! \ I t ]) q ai tc tc oi di cc ai CJ a< tl 01 S1 n: w a ti si P tc t( b S' fi e li r s A 1 t I I • 'I J h K.T*> t:i nuf uc.'.'Vl THE ALTO HERALD K. J;. AlJjiX, I'tUf.ToU. oU'J'iCHIPTlUiN RAT.ES Oik4 Year. • $i.cw Six Months 5< Three Months 25 Al! subscriptions :::e payable ii. advance. No mime will be put 011 the t.noks until ;>ai<jl for. lintcred ns second-class matte) Jan, 3, 1001, the postoffiee ai Alio, IY.m.s uu ie: mcI of March J, i«7«3. Notice to the Public. Any enoneous reflection upon the character, standing qr reputation of •ny person, firm or corporation, ■which may appear in Ihe columns of The Herald will be gladly cor- rected upon its beim: brought to the attention of the publishers. Belt Cotton Time Table For the informal ion of our red en- vyc publish Ihe following HchciuK* of arrival and departure of .Ik C 't'mi Celt trains at Alto: ••'ijxtil lovxd N11 i<"M.. No • V1-' - S:.i2 a 111 5:27 P ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 March 1912

fit' Xu T.f — ==*= \ Professional Cards W. e.WATTERS Notary Public Alto, — — Texas, ^VVWVNAA^S. j. m. c Boy Takes Live Wire. San A ngelo',—Elbert Wil- liams, 16 ycdfs old, had 2,300 volts of electricity to go thru him yesterday when he picked The Sneed Jury WW Discharg- ed. Fort \Vorfh, Texas.—The Sueedjury was discharged at i 5:30 this m'orn iug. The jury Double Killing In Tyler. Tyler, Tex., Feb. 27.—Last night in a portion of the city known as Striugtown Gene Sherefield shot and instantly killed Willie Ann Minis and then turned the gun, a double- CR AWFORD', M. D. C'A' ■ v«,; Phj'sicidu and Silfgedu. 1 Alto, Texas, u..« r Res. Phono 34 Office j^onc 27 up a live wire on the streets,) . ' r . . , but hfe is still alive. The wire Istood seven . fof a^ultal and had been blown down by the|ficonviction. It was out barrel shotgun, 011 himself, tearing off the upper portion of his head. There was no one else in the room at the time of the killing,' and what the trouble was ovftr is not k...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 March 1912

f **'-JCTTfWL<ni..W*''*>'"^**'' SfjrrtrtfflU.t'WB — V € s. / •I o Si T A J3 A rl :n w of re ti- ll q a: tc tc ol d: C( ai ci at tl 01 *1 n: w a tl si P tc ti b S' } i r-y 4i ?: If M 11 k P REDLAWN NEWS. Here I r ;nic W.uh the K.-ilnv. r.c\\> . \V ill i.i'ud it in e-.vrv we-. Su:::.ner N:rm il. lit)1 :r ur. over all i; fir i inn bu'.UT \\ We liav v nth r i Hoping tak. s, ft write, \ week. 1 \ on wt h..t 1 1 ; li 1 i at «: I ;1 :nc kl; .s;; n J). t- <), Ul' I'll l.avia. Willie. Aien't yim iu Gone so lie won't bite your fingers any more soon- this is I,ea;> be your last tkanec S'i >n. ;.;oiK' i ir a lie folks? T^urry up, Rirls, Year and it may M:s. J. 1<\ lx-i! ■ i..s•. i Wooil and Mi;-: have returned -a A Pleasant Sur^i'lc ' • e The Order of the Fastern ■ 'Var stormed the Masonic :.tottl:< CJ.cU r Saturday night. | t aek.-r m* While in Byssion a gentle ■ !>v a i :c\. in text > :.:>i knock was hear-; in the atiti arc sa j cts pr'.-p iratT" '•> en-1 r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 March 1912

' ■ r , ssir i,ww v ♦. —— ; ii: ALTO HERAL • :. .i:x, r.; m>n. sul:.: : in;. r.;..E 1)- ? i .1 (i , . . \n.th * ■ ■ V ill'- .. - ' c: >« ! • i- . N'i r.aiiK- vii. bt ; :ii I. j l.i . Li:.: .1 ! I'l II . • PfettV . irri: ilh'hv enter aimhi father, aunt, ■ndlord a.e Miltaffcy 1 f{ght, ciiaiv Chili little Fs'nht Over j co-it.? much attached to child and is resist.in, li LullClU tli- is*. i Vvear-old ' is resi.sttn- Ins efMj •rv twsII ! • waw— 1 nR X "I -L- I"1 />r >vt s\ -v.* •'" *> i-f i ■ uS^, jAfes ^--0. 2 -,C. - £■■ - O. *'3—— . • v= * A <! X F, v. J'vm '"'vifi'. utiri'iiv. . ra '; i in; • : I ui ->111 a a.s mistiv. lin: tlla * V7T\ New- failed to t ) th ■ •' : lie irce 11'itin Having VY ( 'J K S !) <' let KISt ' r in * > IU1 r' liine ig-i •. Although JaL Jsfc. JLL Vjc J or \ a W I'll!. IV-1. ■ second-class matter , iv-.ii, at the .postoflicc hi i', un.ler act of Marel, ie was he did V 1 "'79' UU1UK Kit i inn.' d in the 11 Ci . * Th Ncticc lo iiic Public....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 March 1912

"■ " ■ .L[m:n..".:'Tf n main———■ - '• t via Ms I 1 * I c s. o S; T A Ji A 3 is r a v « r 1 x I i 1 I r-1. I . Man Burned to Death. Millican, Texas, March i — Tuesday night a house in which was stored hay ou G. \V. Duulap's place, one and oue-half miles north of town, was destroyed by Are. Mr. Dunlap ou going out yesterday to the scene r/f the fire discov- ered the partially consumed remains of a man, He at once reported the matter to the of- ficers, who, with Justice Thompson, began an investi- gation. it was impossible to identify the remains; the only clew the officers had was a watch and pocket knife, which were identified yesterday even- ing as belonging to a young man by the name of pennis Cawtliorn, who left town about dust Tuesday evcuiug. The supposition is he went in the hay house to sleep, and being an inveterate smoker of cigaiv cttes must have set the hay on fire. Million Strikers. London, Feb. 29.—There is but faint hope of averting a general coal strike. Before tonight...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 March 1912

a3k >Y^ «/' < P)!' <v —rrrs Mi^s Flora Fiche Wright spent Saturday and Stipday wiljj " rc?j',s in Rusk. Ca.r of flour, meal, chops, bran and hay just arrived at W. T. ^Villiams, All spot cash, Ellie Sirglctary of Rusk spent Saturday and Sundu- with parents, Mr. and Mrs. C K. Singletapy. Plenty of good meal at Weaver & Hirdsong's, and they will tiiake you the prices, i Mr. and Mrs. Forest Rea- rm spent Sunday and Mon- day in city. I will do your work like you want and get it out when you want it. J no. W. Ray, Your Best Tailor. r-rvivi mm, <***«* .KrvAMMMwiv • rawi *wewnoiT u Rev. T. ]. johns-n of Rusfc filled his regular appointment at'the Baptjst church Sunday. Agnew will treat you right on your Groceries, Try him with your next bill. He will gave you money. Miss Coy CjjIs is at Red- lawn spending the week with Miss Nelle K. Colrv Let Uncle Van Evans do yoijr hauling. He is always on hand and read}- and willing to do your work. Mps. Harvey Cursey of Luf- kiij ij; vi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 March 1912

4 5P a ■at i .#■; t i ass mn SR! MBMHmK IP! ««• .tr C t . v:- '€ ■'c i 4 ■ 1 < i i i ( I « * $ S4 i i I §3 1 KDf f 0B® i ■< H V-A wc u'j ow ready to. show you the nobbiest and most up to date- line ox sprinfc., merchandise that 7L \ hiz b:en possible for us to procure, V i •# s /•"' A ££&+.'.. ■ "Z^ZiZ'. L K - : ; f /' K ft i :^2CTmn2cra™^^rr?wsE3nB52craar A, 1 M T! 7 /■ 1 d ° -..' ^ • v^n-.avirTsP^ YOII # j CU j. i v l S S 2 2 G 'J & U ? -1 a C* B •' * f> / • '* ' 1 , "A ' •"' 4 ' CU> 4 J I- '-i 'i . .. 4 * „ , JJ 4 £ £ J J -.. \; / sy . \ <i L- *.Uk \i C i 11 1 J r r^l - "• ro rji%*r wr>o . WV w W ~ *i.V y-' ' V S *•' ■?"!'> > rp• m n If r ^-jrv T> . / V •> . . 3 i ff~*i ■ 11 i' ■ v : ".H \ o r> ; .r? /•i >■> i i ' T, "i> f Clothes that are i: a r'nss to tr.rnv Kflves - They are. made from th: best matr:hi and tailored by men who know how to make clothes > i :OME IN AND SS2 THEM. rcrrr* rv.^N v t «r i W: S Jy' / '• ) . 'A IjVrl ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 March 1912

w3 ,'i i 0]!' 1' hw'w iwiiii i f ft #, j ,rw,s v. ■ rf'/ . • / CsK'Vims MM fs*?l, 2 fei & ' jffi ^ %s%> <$* VOLUMK XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1913 Number C.ASK TO SEE £ ' I 1 Til ta an Ml- yet Hie Perfect porfant item anu it is just one of many features of CURLEE Pants There are so many good points to CURLEE pants that other makes haven't got that we frequently wonder now the manufac- turers can think 'em up. We will shew them to you If yon'il call at onr store and You'll wish you had seen them long ago. The very same prico $2,50, $3.50, $5.00 al! over the world f J. W. HOLCOMB & CO. Next door to pcstsffice "The Pants TL Sell" Rural Carrier Examination. At Jacksonville, Texas, for Cherokee county, Saturday Lxj .yj Ja'liiday Party. Miss Hansford Quarles en- tertained her class with a birthday party oc last Satur-j March^o, 1912 i day afternoon irom 3 to 5. Noj 'f]ie " United States Civi' soci. I uflail oi this kind was, Service Commission announ- e\ei so large...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 March 1912

k u 11 V • 9 1 <% | 4/ Jg MB «iw! iMmiHNiiall«n>; iiriA' . r ...«*wuMvMi"nmnima« • 14. Professional Cards W. E. WATTERS Notary Public H Alto, — Texas, L i-'-'-'Wttv7.tvuutx -a.'^rrr-. p.-av,jnr.rin.inrnTT'ajrjuwim- Story of A Want Ad. I On tlie morninpf of Septeni- ibci'9, 1S93, the following ad- j vertisement appeared in the ; "Lost and Found" column of the Chicago Tribune: Lost—Sept. 7, in ladies toil- et, Marine cafe, world's fair, ~-.Hl V t*r- wmj, tmw M. Crawford, M. D. riiysicinn and Surgeon. Alto, Texas, . Phono 34 Office Phone 2; Perkins, Imb0dq 11 & Perkins LAWYERS Practice in AJ"' Courts . JJ. Iinbodett, Rusk ]! IJ. l\ rl;in -; Kink . Janifs 1. I'crkins, Alto three rings; $100 reward will be paid to party returning same to manager Waukesha hotel, near 65th St. entrance, J or Mrs. IH. C. Turner, 1604 Ji ",ni Ave., Louisville, Ky. 5 After a lapse of nineteen 'Ivears this little "wantad" has {j proved the me us of restoring | lo Mrs. Turner her lost jewel- - ry. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 March 1912

.n"■ t-5— S 1 >I3SIH14 TO I.. HUUWmafM j'l'iiank earFientis and The Buying Public a: - i' cr ths spimdid spa-uuiu patronage us d iring the few weeks we hav u given occn her:, an;l assure you that we will appreciate a continuance cf same, : : •: : } \VE ma':c special cviort to give you the very be 4 servic possitie. Come th see us and we shall ect yi ur every demanu ifpossiplc. leased -mi i he when tlie chickens r u. ■; .-ver each other, trying to r... ,nr;vclul beverage On her rouuu^ stopped andgazled laeuiat somethin S' looped and 'k h< i ■ lien called SAVINGS ANK : FliKK Sn ton Druggist J ui, red-e\( to the door. 'Oh, Peggy, ■ it did yon < . of syrup 1 ■ > --.i ' .s oniing to cm ' 1 put it in \ •; i . iter pan," ans\ we girl. v ome her . . y went a: \v • iv t>-.6 el'ca U., R. I's vin.< , stuck t ist i ayillg inoi - i: pie pan. ls-is-i-. ' •y, !"• • >i : i; lessons. J Li-, • ' 1 Fill out the COUPON below—and mail to (is and we will send you, h-1 charges prepaid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 March 1912

I m 4mm t ... 5/, .r. v ■ ^?j;' • ;-v / ,|^K8p^f^ wr i ti in ■ ivinwuxi• WI'J • ^■MW« i mb * \ it: •. irun.Tnwr.ir ft* .. "i B c <3 ;J c s. V * 1 I I '1 £ r« & « if | <iSw Personals .'.: liber a 11c. 0 .-,. Carter's. Miss Edna Houston sick list this week. 1 "v cane seed is on Rates For Special Noticc:>: '1 Wheat brand Carters. the bes at line for each Locals 5 cent? par insertion. ' ard of thanks 3 cents jx?r hue. Obituaries eeiits per line. Don't forget March ij'h \Y 1 (). W. special meeting. Bob Brock is quite ill this; week. Spring; line tlie finest ever saw at Burnett's. OUie Bice spen' Sunday Forest. G:>od seed corn both yel and white at Carter's. returned M011- from Overton. J.M. Cook ; av afternoon I The best shoes for the best j and cheapest prices at Crrt'er.s.j c Vi u John T. Stevens of Rusk spent Monday night with In- sister, Mrs. Hiram King. In case of cuts or wounds in horses, use Hanst'ords Bal- sam the the IJH 1 WOI'itl C. E Allen spent Sunday in Rusk....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 March 1912

,o)b r.. 'ITT in£'A^tuc.u tau rJX?.w.:twTTv.nQ • r - x-n wi -r r *rr~yn 'HZ AL -!ef iv.ike '.!'•1.:.ling. us This K. ]•:. AU,!;Nr, Kiii WR. SUBSCRIPTION RATES ) • VIM en. i'in Out* Year Six Months.... Three Months.. et r h •SO .251 All subscriptions are payable ii advance. No name will be pu. on the books until paid for. Entered as second-class mattei Jan. 3, iqoi, at the postofiicc at Alto, Texas, tinier act of March 3. i879> " I'XPC"! II lilt. ous, and si •' i;n come 'Uipf.'llcci ::.t lie can 1, Notice to the Public. Any erioneous reflection upon lb character, standing or reputation of j any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the column"! of The Herald will be gladly coi reeled upon its being brought t the attention of the publishers. r Mien pro- rebate is aid a short id the farm- buy some : ways raise, eonclii ion will be de- h'. indeed. Learn a les- n 'nun the past and don't if;;eii'l oti your merchant to ■'tipply y at with something mi can raise yoursn'.f. h is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 March 1912

iMRg££ JLr:zz:r: .:■'">■• •- .• ■tfUL Candid:: aid office C. M of la.si Car < bran an . • W. T. s v liijuiiis cash. ' i wi—if ruro The Her- i.o .nit. 'lie day •illc. chops, .,,.;vcd at] VI1 spo Cuti^ene is pood fr.r ••mv different things than an;, : a- cr preparations. 50c. 1 out the h - 1 work than we! Butler. have ev r had iu A to. ti. Wyat Norman of Ru:;k was We are glad to say one in the city las1. Friday. thing for J110. W. Ray, our Plenty of good "meal at leading tailor, he is puttinr Weaver & bird. ovo's, au< the\ will ma! you the uric ■ Str--v Ou'took. A1 \ i The sea si s! '•' >' Ttnic TR to Hii Cut p'exi; ler. Mis lul 1 1' r p turned i. n: • ■ al coni- ■ Bui> .Mr. a-. 1 i\ . .1 *\' i i 1 . ! \ luck lu visit parents. , _ ■ 0 " ' * v.j liinookey oi ,, . , . Fores: spent la>t Friday in !Alto sh>u.)'ii Clias, Christen of R the guest of his brother, Mi ine, I '3 . thi S W'.'CI Ctr.ievne is n c- n^ a 1 J11 -t u-r ved a fresh car of 1,,, f.i, , r..n hec Mr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 March 1912

/ 1'^ ^ A' * ™?T" iw !UL«i^i«^w;gLV5gB3BEaaaBig.i.v..aa5BSiaiE^:x,jttM8EEs^^rrTOrrnr A FUI,L LINE OF Drugs, Sundries & Stationery Prescriptions a Specialty SPECIA We handle all kinds of cold drinks and ice cream. Call around and see us when thirsty. MHUVMianniHA ■juw'i .-.inioiMim ALTO, ll S'j. 1 y j ! | . Sa Belt Cotton Time Table GotRid of His creditor. I'or the information of our era we publish the foil' schedule o! uriiv.il ;iwl of the C• >I'i;i !•„!■, Ir.uu.' ;u cl NORTH VOVKU No. 404- No. 402 . • so: No. 401 N o. 403. North Bouiul South Bound Lespes, tht French journal-j :f known as "Timotliee | )\viiiK Triinni" was once di.s:i;;ree- mure. ably intruded on by a creditor,! .vlto; who announced his intention 'of not dep irtin.cr until he was ])1 uite i Lespes 1, with consternation \v bread and cheese from his pockets, as though to forti- fy himself against events. Several l.ours glided bv; Les- ;: a in i paid. The creditor i himself on a chair, and ■ I beheld hi: dra .<...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 March 1912

diawiiii i Candii aid officc C. M of last \v< Car c: bran in W. T. cash, TCriivs t to 1 A u Cu?: p'exio: ]er. " Af,. Mis- ; 1)1-1 B t" V r p hv G;. r<j M ■ i ' f | f il ime c Collin Oc y blazi foot aled ] If y< G. T inner; As a etiouj ire of ows; ; .rsix i Kint p. s: ' COL ver si; ' COL HI the that come 11 not i 3* * \ ^ fr ■ • -r "tk V s' >-k* 1" ^v W ^ -• • m'x /V-4 •• L /!**'-A. V > v "V . *> A 4 * f-* i r I: *'s \' a 6 d U v i a iU tu t J _. f ■ ' 1 HA' /\1 3kdl Udv/ v jWWflf'' «svr*4 $ i I -pk ** /"j | 60 LU M SflarCi t i, ■A s H ! 99 '",511 I.L. uii;J 09 Lu ^er|fC^r *1 IO WW Ml! s J S L ~:5X V A1 * 0> v n Hb* ud I w' i «"?. V, • ;< JiiiU otil The Year's Most Brilliant Season is just Opening* ffrocsw HOBflSOT'*.''1 -,• " -•«•■• ^ and t j /-<■ Vf- M / « t w\ ■(vrciv1 ■*•■ ar"*I'flswi®fKSKfcwtrii I We extend greetin A / Vf 3 look o to the ladies of Alto and vicinity and extend a cordial invitation to visit our ^elaborate ! Js comprehensive exhibit ox ev...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 March 1912

/ y /f.' * i,1 M /, £ Volume XII ALTO, TEXAS, THUR.SDAY, MARCH 21, 1912 Numder 14 ^W«'Wtw* a akWMWtf *+1 WWftfeWftY iVs¥« te' !;i il j, c 2U .SO "M * M £ -a ~*o £ :£ : m >« X;i 55 rJt >;?« .Oil > ai E3 Im . (9 MEN 1 > to w ;£ ;-S ;w :i! £ *te \n 5s >> And smart dressers of every have livtely styles in shoes, are especially invited to ^ see our new advance models for 1912, now, in and 2Z ready. You'll find here the gingery stuff that young 5E men want and must have with Walk-Over and Cai* Sr* ruthers-Jones Shoes and quality of material added. SE Don't fail to see new spring models—they're great. 2? 1 g Is here; just the style and color to your liking; quali- ty is always first with us; therefore you are sine to get a serviceable hat. , «C In Shirts the New Spritif Crop of SmrthlMCp Your Spring Hat The new ones certainly emphasize the Southland shirt slogan, the best known and known as the best. ^ !*> if nnnever px-nerieneed nerfect shirt comfort and vZ If you've ...

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