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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 March 1912

MWNMNMl • v \.l, - 4.. rnt^tieammmaam .1 "'«L M Candi< aid office C. M of last w" Car cj' bran an W. T. cash, "Ernest! to liu Cut p\xi(>: er. Miss I , Ji l B ; u \ ria'.ec . I t : o! eg-. K ime c Collin g. Oc y blaz> foot aled ] If y< G. T irmer; As a enonj ire of ows; , if six i Kint ,-s. s: ' COL ver si: COL >11 the that come 11 not i 3* a nil—" / wis* i >khihk to s hank our Fiends and The Buying Public: * * ' " For the splendid patronage giyen us during the few weeks we ha,ve been here, and assure you that we will appreciate a continuance of same, : : ♦ ' \ ^TE shall make special efiort lo give you the very best scrvice possible. Come th sec us and we shalj be pleased to meet your e\ cry demanu if possible, j H. V. SiTTOM Druggist / saving : bank: fki:i: killed: - a ■ ' — - - t I j Fill out the COUPON Mow— aiul njail to us and wo will send you, rnucli piosperity aff<^ts charf^ nreRaiaVthe latest and mbst up-to-date SAV-JxJQS BANK u . . v , . i. We will alsq V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 March 1912

C] I ^ (jflJWJV? I ■ ■ V A.C.HARRISON DRUG CO. A FULL LINE OF Drugs, Sundries & Stationery Prescriptions a Specialty • SPECIA We hand 1p all kinds of cold drinks and icc cream. Call {wound and see us when thirsty. CT2B r v,\ J jS '4. i), TEXAS. j i!7h.T.fc 1 .''lxZk£ CI f i _^v CharUiS .Against (he Evii Eye Perhaps the instinct to avert the evil eye is born in our na- tures, says the, Pall Mall Ga- zette. Civilization has lessen- ed it to a great extent, hut in every race we find hti:li an in- stinct exists. The wearing; of nearly all personal adornment seems to have orginated in an idea of pacifying evil duties. ft The savage y ears urn a-: ra ments symbolizing the pro-ijjj teetive powers supposed t > be ■ ; able to keep away harm or' danger. In the West I there is a bean or see ) which ,the natives think j ....... 1 many valuable properties, b carried in tlie purse •••••* ::iv the owik i' >■ II never . iat ir 35aananawpMy.wiM"t' Tr-jnginuaiia^ - 1 w?' ? Who's Your Drayma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 March 1912

Ca- aid o c. of las Ca: bran • W. 1 cash, Brt to I i n Cut p'exio ]er. Af . ; Mis- : bel b to v N p : s, Gi, M ■I !.! h , *1 "V I .•«« •• :e.l une i Coll :g. ( y bl foe aled If G. irmt Af enc ire ,iow; si i Ki •s. £ CC ver CC >11 t til; con II u A I * mm xj~": u' -'•'iMn ■ «<>,. _ f • ■ • < * W<*W vty"":7.' •**fWnr ii MMgjMMMQfl I 2 t~i' -:r~;i-m~rr,T-rTim THE ALTO HERALD 1 ; cash prizes, making a to-1 At a regular meeting of the r <10,000 it thev will un-j town council of the town of! K. I'.. AT,!, i SuBGCftlP Out* V. Six Mouths.. Three Month All subscript ■■-n advance. Iv* on the book: Kntered a- Jan, 3, iyoi Alto, Texas, Km tor. — i. , A, i ake to cultivate tlicir crops Alto, held otj March 5, nATCS vt/ar with a little more .i.l attention than here There are no strings his offer. The prizes the following ordinance I 01 2 wa in -re payable 1;* . it- will be pui mi til paid for. ORDINANCE NO.. 94 , , , . Bk It Ordained; It shall olut v ilee. No con- .^ereafter unl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 March 1912

.3 / -(* -• •/<% • *1 .• EMMBMSCmat £S2 ? /* s. I Personals t.'yy v* " ' j jews For Nslics 5 cents per line for i-.a: s: ca.li • Lv;tU in.-, i ticju. i artJ of thanks 3 cents per Hue* Obituaries -Vj coins per line. L;U,'. chick t'eed at Carter's. R. Roboitson of Fi rest spent Saturday in tlie oil}-. See the ''Little TotMarch 26th. Opera house. Albert Allen spent a few day., of last week in Ru.sk. Spring Hue llie finest you ever saw at Burnett's. B. I). Brock attended busi- ness in Lufkiu Tuesday. .Good seed corn both yellow and white at Carter's. Theodore Summers of Lub- bock was in the city Tuesday. Uncle Van Evans, ypur old diaymau, is always ready. fudge Box attended busi- ness in the city Tuesday. We want your business, v W. T. Williams. Silas Holcomb is in Fort Worth this week. Let TJucle Van Evaus do your dray work. C. M. Diller spent the first of the week in Ft. Worth. Groceries-are always the freshest at Agnew's. Lee Guiun spent Saturday in the city. t , . Cheap groceries...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 March 1912

' " i!*wm. n-rfflirwirr— I'«*% "• ^"*wwli f II i i! . r ■ ? • i t * i li mnx -r-~— Professional <4 rdw ,\ . E.WA , TERS Notary Public Alto, — ft; >iSi v n Another feig Army Movement to Texas. Washington, March 14,—A targe part of the United States army in this eon 11 try, from regiments of cavalry and four of infantry, will be sent to Texas shortly, ready lor any eventuality. The reason assigned fortius mobilization this time is that this great military force is go- ] M, CKA\v 1 , M 0 $jiugto the tront to enforce the liroclamaiiun which the presi- dent issued tonight forbidding the shipment oi' arms into Mexico, President Taft si.'tied the r 1\ v. • v - ii *r v :';iys:ctan: Alto. . k.- •. l'houo 3^ P.-"1. 'is, Imboden & Perkins Practice in A) Courts \V. \f Illlbod. n, ;{ . H. Ji. Perkins, : James 1. I'lrk 11- 1 DR. J. C. HURST DENTIST OFFICE wm-i Guiiin's Drug Store .,4 «: k M m. .1. WOOD / For tup-To date paint AND PAPER -.HANGING U P'TO'DATt: INTERIOR DECORATING A SP ECl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 March 1912

mm- • ,/v .« ^ S, While we carefully guard whatever is womanly in our daughters, let them trained to more of fibre ajjd' firmness! Educate them to self-denial if pecuniary circumstances de- mand it, and not to self-indul- gence. Accustom them to be of service in the household, to regard economy as praise- worthy and even heroic, and to add to their other accom- plishments a practical knowl- edge of work and the posses- sion of some lucrative position or industry by which they car support themselves. Such girls, when portionless, will carry to their husband dowries jn themselves. Matting season is here. Ladies do not forgel to call and seo our matting* The Alto Trading Co. better answer?—Lufkiti News. No, there could be no better answer. And it is a great re- lief to know that a lady, a leal lady is like that. Some of us were afraid that a lady is a lady is a woman who wears tassels, who maintains a double Ciin, who looks at us through glass eye with a handle to it and says, "Humph!"...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 March 1912

' ■«■- *—"p—-*-^r -"" ■■*" Pk-i V'"-. ) v* vv K« W. k) ,t AT- DE H 5/ ii ^Friday and F.71.QH IHMJIRI .F. I Friday and|| i f-.y * ■ ? * < h*/Ui 1.1 1 Saturd $ ►« -r«i < a-/ * >,./ J S V; .V .■' 4 7L i|j * i-'t 4 * ^ \ * :*' | "I ! SLJ1 <Li i § 4/ X> I XJ The Year's Most Brilliant Season is Just Opening* $L «l m /o- 1^3^' fiaron 9 (km and 23 isarcn 22 and 23 anm^.vjsrTr ^wy~.^'jg.''.-jnw..vv, We extend greeting to the ladies of Alto and vicinity and extend a cordial invitation to visit our elaborate and comprehensive exhibit of everything that is new and beautiful and stylish March 22 and 23. Corn: look and admire. c *> o *J v Q [■/>, nr. b |v i M t\L L ii I. H M w •flr Dress Goods /. 4vv, t 4 ! ;i * '1 si A fm%W% ' b<- " 1 ^#V«\ / .1 4 V* Satin strip Crepon, price 35c Baurctte Tissue, price , 28c Silk Tissue, price * Satin Stripe Voiles Satin Stripe Voiles Foulard Border Silk Jacquard Cream Stripe Serge Navy blue Stripe' Serge Cream Stripe Serge Cream Stripe S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 March 1912

\ •M VOUI MK XII Alto, texas, Thursday, march 25, t9i- NUMllKR iS i*■■ . v. t &2Wc x iwww ^«fVu aiWi/yy .r£* 2 U ? - !3* YOUNG MEN And m;ii 1 < v • ^ers of every age, wlio are glad to 1i\c! -ivl in shoes, are especially invited to s«..' our !. ;.rce models for 1912, now in and ' rt .'v. V.iii":! laid here the gingery stuff that yonng men want and must have with Walk-Over and Car- vuthers-Junes Shoes and quality of material added. Don't f.:iI to see new spring models—they're great. Your Spring Hat Is here; just tlu- style and color to your liking; quali- ty is always first with us; therefore you are suie to get a serviceable hat. In Shirts the New Spring . Crop of Southland. The -ucw ones certainly. Emphasize the Southland shirt slogan, the best known and knaw,n as the best; H you\c never experienced perfect shirt comfort and satisfaction this spring is a good time to change off. Look over the New Southland $1.00—$^.50. Plain bosoms; whites and all correct colors and designs. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 March 1912

<v mm \/ A \\r S«. Af Dt j= i H 8 r= < % ! niimt for the fan; t> remain in , uiitment, Without the:;; the { Pleasure for the Home. While we must always be j llie hands of your children. The vegetable g-irden will lid the in-' home is divar concerned with the problem of I t he vegetable gmien win, uttr -ciiv.' home is as gctiing returns in cash .- r '.lie be worth more t.ian ten times ]unc|1 lo |3e desired as a pr< - labor and expended in prod x- t> same area in fed crops aiiclivs farm and it generally ing croos and raisin • ani.n il>. 1 be prpdu-jt > <•'. let us not forget the' es.entUls are indist ens..ble in \supp of comfortable living. The Mng appetizing; am; woesome s]in1hs and '"! ,vrs, >timulateb To Kcr Younr There itf exceertin 'lv iin; ortant mailt r- ,.w .tnl .■ t that won nit) ..Mil re.cize. It mir spirit—oui 'She rcems sobri; . | i u 1 and happy h: Mid lit , and c!u • Her lsngh is good enom.' m hear. She never se -in, • , glow old." .1 t* h iVV'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 March 1912

it- \ ,\y| *v9 \ hi i /V A.C..HARRISOSORUGCO, A FULL LINE OF rugs, Sundries & Stationery \ s rn Fo:mer Railroad President I,' 'ir r "-ri—mr-nr scrm1 H J SPECIA Now a Prisoner. New York,Mai cli 22.— Kifly iri live \ ears old, firmer raiima.! j^j president, graduutiof tlieUni vcrsity of Virginia, member of'§ scores of fashionable cluhe, ^ ['good fellow well met for many! lip Hi \ears, Col. Win, Wayne lie! ;.'j ' 1 vin, for many years noted !|- ? Who's Your Drayman ? :'l Wasit to B( ,90 wH C A. JL IK H apamrmv-ga sau&fca■*, rurmirniuwci&aar . -.Th^^x zatuuKH-'Jat Hnsi; (Injure along' the Great Whit.- | Way, is now a prisoner 0! the jOiv Penitentiary on Black- ;jsjj well's Island. ■ tsssh-t.T"' Ae hung his head Will find my wagon abo;it C-uinn's Drugstore. .iqhs PhonelVo. 27 .■aCUJSESEffi-'TM: Resident Phofie No. 8f> rv SSTOSKlSSBKCrE v.i.iie .. 1 M.nwmri nig over t!;e We handle all kinds of cold drinks and ice cream. Call around and r.ee us when thirsty. '; r. 1 °* twe b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 March 1912

Kf tst W5Z? THE AUTO HERALD ; i \ it K. E. ALLEN, Epjto*. SUBSCRIPTION RATES <)m* Year Si.no Six Months.. t. 50 Three Months. .25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put 011 the books until paid for. ""^^5555? j^oquq^nts. A bpautiful monument will be imyeiled 011 April 11 at Col- umbia, South Carolina, to the memory 'of tlie "Women of the -3B- Speakin^ Appointments. fjoii. Martin Dies, candi- date for congress, will deliver spceche^ ijj Cherokee county at the following places and Confederacy'.'' Qne of the iu-i times, when he will discti§g scriptions on this monument the issues qf- the day and give an account of his stewardship, Entered as second-c1 ass matter Jan. 3, 1901, at the postoffice at Alto, Texas, tin :k>r act of March !?. 1879. Notice to the Public. Anyenoneoits reflection upon the fharaCter, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation, wliich may appear in the columns of The Herald will be gladly cor- rected upon its being brough...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 March 1912

• 4 s iWW 'Ik' BR.... / / Mrs. At Rest. Abe Harrison Mistakes Wiii Occur, was! This week instead of writ-' tflO'V, Kiss her ami leave li<-r our hearts delight; Her p;.iu i <lay-" She died at 6 msUa.1 ot u.c to Abe Harrison, October 22,1 in my article last week. 1 iu 1868, died in our city March ! tended saying "from banking 24, 1912. 1 "Smooth the lock of Mlvor hair, Gttjher the robe in final foicl Arouud tlu form so still and cold. Lay lu-r borom, pure ussnyw, The fairest, sweetest flowers that KM born in Willcock county, Ala., 1 itig the article promised, I'; ijKS 1 _ x \7 ^ n . s-y 1 ■ 1 rstt March 15, 1S45, was married want to correct a.mistake made | afe L.0I i OUT L. 1ST lit OO JSRin©| ggj to Abe Harnson, October 22,! in mv article last week. I iu-f A good light is a genuine phasuf, cith' amp or iantsrn. Wc have all 1 Lids of tjie hmcL-o o\\ r, m. -i-' •!> < o ci a. 111 oH the Sabbuth, just with the awaking life of a new day, she went to sleep like a tired child. I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 March 1912

. vApj^spsM t^b *881 ■ t IK > 7 '• i 1 '<1 i, ' > I - -; , . v : • ',; jftl, '. .' , „••- a*"!" ■'''■: ■—1 - w«^«4W>MMPlfl - UsM • i . r I Professional ( ards W. E. WAITER! Notary Public Alto, . eras Why Do Men Advertise? j The luau who conducts his' I business on the theory Unit it. !j doesn't pay and he can t afford afford to advertise, sets up his judgment in opposition to that of all the best business nun in the world. Says an j Placing the Blame. My attention was recen called to a very sad case; a young girl, yean step, has 'i his sad not more,than i of age, made a and, as a consequence, been sorely disgraced, in itself is sufficiently with deliberate intent—and it IVofeSSJOIia! (anls i ; not right lhat parents should N be permitted to disregard this fact. 1 i i | T°o many parents tal c tv- >a< in - | tuge behind the thought that ( f'niy girl" or "my boy'' w ould j never do such a thing. I'cr- — v> W H E NHUNGRY II rr .-vi.vjrrn . -wii*r cr^r3-n.tT . vu: - ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 March 1912

— .. vftfc -a-ffl frr f9 WIS DESIRE TO MAYING s BANK S FREE ji hunk our Fiends and j .1 he Buying Public ■. r/' P i For the splendid patronage given us during the few week's we have been here, and assure you that we will appreciate a continuance of same, : : : : j "%%■& shall make special eficrt to give you the' • cry be .t service possible, Come (h see us and we hall be pleased to meet your every demanu ifpossiplc. Tom Lawson's Forecast. Torn Lawson of Boston, the; * ■ — —•— - -- • - ■ '"Frenzied Fiuance" man whose j .agnzine serial startled the, conn-1 Kill out the COUPON below— and mail to u- and wo will send you, ry i years ago. j romi. is to g. t ' charges prepaid, the latest and most up-to-date SAVINGS liAN'k made. uho the limelight again in tin nearly wiU u,s° send V011 pother most valuable present absolutely FRKK. T . . ..... rile .MORAI, IN FUJI NCE of teaching the children to saw their lire. Interviewed up in Maine, . nicktl8( flimeS) quarlcrs, et(..; is invaluable to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 28 March 1912

^T. """T* <* 4.; « . ^ •!! • «• •<« Pre \A A / ' 5 i j" « ^ f s • p L J. A I <111 inr li ) , ^ f'. 'us h ■ < j . «.! I ,' <A hi ''•f SOMETHING NEW- We have added something new in almost every department of our store. i i A K A A DESIGNED BY S?ERO. MlCHAEl. & SoM NEW YORK -V ' , ■ Asrvai s v. 8ffiaaS$K<&$ $58$ /.:«• • W-'/' . .;?JV i V JJi III 1/ ili P/ Clothing.-; We have never been i equipped before as _ now to supply your| needs in the clothing line. We cannot at-, ford to sell clothing that we cannot stand j<at||cs talce behind but on the other hand v, c want you to know when you buy a suit from its yoti have the best and that the style is correct in every detail. Give ns a look if we haven't the goods don't buy them. FINK 'OVERALLS—Any size you want. You know what they are. ■*sa « NERY. look at our Millinery Department before buying your hat. Our stock is the newest and mOst up- to-date, the styles :i'i> good, the prices are right. your neighbor a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 April 1912

Mtf. . ISMR Jli In 1\ W< yr~ * T " , ,.A\1 > 7 iA/.^ t.- } 6$ // | 1 f , ♦V* , * '•: M&1 MS®' \ - -T* | fc£ f U: v— ..,;.i' O J.I'M ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL, 4, 1912 tS M 1'ItP ][ |) - jaroaggi.iaar-3 v ••naiwui.isi^.- . r .-■ 'Vt./U^Vbi ct'itcr McCL: e •,•1. . I t i t. if\ <• o« Oiucers k acr F. Of P.d:'. ■ . ■•.\U.-.-. iii! ntvl Ct-r .:• c: 1:nd an invitation to our •it*-, to call at the bank and get our new Vice President, Mr. F. s"0 • V r STATE BANK ::R:sh, President D. MILLER, Cashier Fulfill [jj Tt M. McClr.vc- i'ied at Lone 1 Oak and was biv'-bt in 011 the q;<).5 jtmin Tu :norn- ring fds Jintial in tt dlyc • .;i- .■et:irv t the io <■'c'• > The : 'luncralv*ra:- '.tun";'.: >) bv Rev. pi J. W. Jphjbsi ' 1. esby- |, tcviaii church, a.'.-.r \. • ich th |i\V. O. W. topic Wiar^e, of Hj which order Ik* was a iaithful member. fAt. McClure v wa'l known bythrer>- one and h. ' madi Alto his home r.p r:.';l flu hist year, lie was t. .• editor 1 f the Ilcra'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 April 1912

I ■, rv !<• Pre \a A :; J r iu' , « irrM ! !' I .1 Qft !K ii)' The Poet's Flace. In a recent lecture deliver- edin New York, u'illiain Wat- sou, the Knglish poet, who a few years ago obtained con- siderable newspap. r notoriety comparative freedom from the official patronage was the i would set an example in things CALOMEL SOMMES particular kind of social in/ reign of the last sovereign jjof intellectual as they do in, CAUSES SALIVATION fluences which in the mother country are apt to affect un duly, to affect illegitimately, the metal tone of larsre masses- the house of Stuart, Queen Anne. At Kiug Edward's corona- tion only one man of lctteot ; the author ol "The Woman:?1' !ium"> 1 1 Hngland jwas present-"a novelist nrs'he nr,-er:.-, is ti .. ■ i,. , •• riili thp <«v,vmii's Ton«"te " 11 ls 1" s<ib;e l->r a ti lvolous | usually reckoned as of tiie I cause Louden. r i)re r iicl it. id who can/'" o\i;r .here (o1 ar'slocr:,c-v« nn s pluto- first r iuk." When the King'"It ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 April 1912

4 '!& ■TUTHtTnttV^ K WR2K\V K,.>.WMSamXXMZL'm' v 5KCKBE-£.*... —.1 1. / - / 1/ \ ™ 5". A.CLHARRiSOMDRUGCO, <*"y if"* '.\d MlkV. O O r> £/H «**• rt T4 f '■ S W*\'■■ J £—i V a 8 if Sown A FULL LINE OF 1 r ( ca Q *-% 3 l! w* jp Q ,Os XViJt-- <UI W ~ "J - * -utr U 4 '-Cm/ J V •Cr ~ P « M o J rr ,-:ic v^jsi I persons when# thev inert, and places with whi.'i tliov v.x- familiar, and soon ,".:i inter: t is awakened wliieh incrc:>- .-. with every daily arrival ih • local paper. Thus a habit oi' || reading is formed, and tlibsc djchildecr. will read the papers i all their lives an;i become in- t- r\ ■ ^ ^ T *7 '•'pi ^ i. io d'i3|.)d/isai i y • 19.-1 *1CI SPECJA We handle all kinds of cold drinks and ice Call around and see us when thirsty. ALTO, SXAS. seeek Beit Cotton Time Tabic ft 7JET 9 f *\ r ;• o SSK ) ~ Y ur Draymen ? $ J.I-TX r^jvA* «2iti xxMa'MMxnzarurjL-ixt2,\nufcaevwxa W <f "I Wasit to Be" s c A i. >cr ^ v^rcic^uur . _^jJkr«*WTSOI ■ i n 11ill 11 i inn ii i ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 April 1912

Wii't * ■ n - ■_ •^,:.'v ; .. ►.,. * V 1 ■ If i', ' i, ■ 1 it Pre V\ A * J ' . j r Kt !' F L W il)' ■: I.; .'• L m'- s ■'1. ' THE AL TO h£KALD I Aev shirts, collars, under-) V. A. Coiiius candidate fo: , .m=== wear, hosiery at Blauton Bros jCoitjjrpsrpohe on the streets !•;. a. AT.T.rX, I'DITOR. lv'JGChi."'IION TiATLS Meet with the Ladies Aiu iyc-^traay atu-r o.m ii. Mr, Ainei Year Si : Months ■ Months Ail subscriptions are ... M .oi' | ,.. .50 •.veeived fresh car 1. :;i u Beauty flour. Blanton Bros i Thur''.d; Mohews left last for G rove ton to visit |her biv.her who is quite i:1. S.'f t1, Mi.'.Sam Stovall of Jack- ;ace; * Chas. Alien I'.a : i< 1; X. C. Christian's tail -r 5«t*i> and is putting out ' dan work. Ciias. is ail industriou* wide-awake boy, tme that we ,,i am :: • \ • ' Band ar . • •• 1 7.1 .. ad gettin ;uem'. e'.s each < 1 ty Wo verv glad to sec the such )civm!j1c ill 1 clu \ son • ill ■ was in this city -'won- WC;U '.v '"c o U'lOW t ) III iClhl 0:1, . ,he v.-i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 April 1912

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