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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 April 1912

-v..- ;t,.w • • . <|MMM'— "■ .■< «•. #s*"*;•• • * ? « >C" w ^qpeMiPfcwrw MWn-if > i «■■■■" Professional Card: | W. E. WAITERS jj Notary Public j| Altc, — -- Tcsas, | J M, Crawford, IvI. I Phy ic'."; anil Surgeon. Alto, Texas, ) ^ Res. rhonu 34 Ofiice Phone 27 Pcrkins, Irnboden L Perkins J.AWYKRS Practice in AJ1 Courts The Wisdom oi 'Spurgcon. 'i lu- fork follows the rake, and the slender is heir to the boarder. ^ hilly Tom put his fiuger in- to the fir j and said it was hard luck. It i"; ha'ru to make an empty sack stand upright. A haml-snw is a good thing. 11;;t iv> t to shave with. A good > thi;:.. i not a good thiug out j I of us place. hunchback sees not his & i- Professional Cards •• *• WORTH ITS WEIGHT m GOLD To the sic!' and suffering:. To those whO'have Kidney trouble. To anyone who Knows what it is to be unable to work W HEN H U M G R Y SEE Elbert Watters, THE OLD RESTAURANT man j !i own hump, but he sees his neighbor's. a bespattered hog bespat,- ters...

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

% ?< r. <■ ft /« K mmhu Thoroughly KiT<ni ce<l it 11 Guarant 2N SE,r GIVEN AWAY AT r; a Ory Goods and Shoes Ladies and Misses Ready to Wear Hats. Ttfie Pure Pood Law. If there is any virtue in the pure fo>;d law it ought, to be invoked now. There never was a time in the histoi}' of die state, when tl«:e people were imposed on more than they are now, by the sale of rotten chops? and bran and other feed sttilrs for slacks, . ind hundreds of horses are j| K! dying on the account [of the ? y | food that is fed them. The worst p.'irt of the business is many poor people cannot i.eip fOemselves. but must take just such stuff as the merchant of- fers the:ii, and at higrh ! quarters for all class Jewey jAP'V.. , Announcement. We takq. pleasure,, in an- nouncing the engagement of A. K, Hawkes Co.'s expert op- tician at our store on April n, 12 and 13th. We guarantee his work, and invite all who need glasses or intelligent, conscientious advice about their eyes to call on above ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 April 1912

raw*?: V'</* /wafcaS fift-ir— ^—•rf'**Ar 1 r• *r^i''y-••" " •■■' .;•r'" ; ji, i^^fihy. '-^ I'sniti ■"■• > B0tBHRwBVHPWi IppiMianv 70 ,1' PH i uMMn* ' n a ftp - -4. /$ P </-!'. ■ nn -« « \L>v iMaMBr>n- n> I•. •«■ II ■« I■ 1 I We have added something tv''v in almost every department of our 'ore. i N v.tt.Vi 1/ wj c. .& w . Jltfc \ M Ikk \ V'V.v, ■ ■' >"i ;V::fe ~S5o«! •:(U \ i *sk ,>•;. ';v. 'V. U, " ' ' :•>< t a 1b«:A ..-v. / .> r+y, <->- y0 *'V ' ' •/ V.'W-'-'-' --' 33 ' V v > designed by Spero. Michael & So;? new yosk liu complete '.1.1*1 can i^adv il V> W l" Ml styles at lowest l arrived.— <■ prices. Ask , ;:niLB to see ihem .1'1 linen 1 'epn rei \'.ent befc re !i -:vs We have never bee g a j 3 5J ■■■■equipped before • ,J ' 9 now to supply your f ne eds in the clothing line. We cannot at- I ford to sell clothing that we cannot stahd i Ladies take a v I behind but on the other hand we want you to _ i know when you buy a suit f...

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

m. j r —" a> :■ - • -v' ■ ,si * > I'm: Vo;.r:,n: y II ALTO, TEX Ah, T ' \T R >D A Y, APRIL, 11,1912 NUMr.KK 2<< tscswt,« isj,.®,-, .y.'...iir--^^tr^rrm?SBSga ;vaa (/•W _ ryvvs ALTO 0i<\ I t'V -1AL CLUB v*'jspyvv v*w' jw'/•/ w/v-v >}•• •• r-'r-T' • r.•■•'v*-^r--•>r ■'•■*r•• •• 'r -T r *r *.-- The Directors and Officers • Of tbi:; tank, extend ati invitation to our friends and custom :rs, to call at the bank and get ;equeintcd with cur new Vice President, Mr. F. R. S. Bolton Vv : to Alto Yes-j Qj tcrdiy to .'. 1 With the 1*.'*; starting 1 -f >h.: or' amzaticn. ±kJ. V7I c.'cnee. Tilt 1. ' -■!!!'. -■ I met y< ..->terda\ jC9n1111eroi.il •:• j I ton, sa'ivcvrv Men' !'• i \m >;«J fl ' w * 1 -1 X" ^ o' v'amzea a1 ** at T <c, kxjo in. 11 of Alto l1 This is your opportunity, and R. S. Bol-I&'i fault it you do not take advar.t ' Voting Jj& ■ a..-: m.* ^ • v ' "12 •r.i.vi *1-. \ 'Vlw ft.'.* -T>. ■Vivj of people are doing it. Many .'•ague Jack.v ...

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

^aagSSSBSMi «* -•*• * fe-1 ~ *4 - 3 Res. Pork. Of ■ r i a si ^:X i'-H. 4 * * 4 Thoroughly Guaranteed KITCHEN SEm GIVEN AWAY Found Diamonds. ITblnk in this city and would While Lufkiu and Hunting. w v . ,, ,.; fl • 1 ?ave Saturday for Alto, where ton>re quarreling over wlueh ? ^ \S Crti''"\ ' ' ' V •' I''' he goes to accept a position as town can boast <>t the prettiest : t county, while engaged m dig-| b vice-prJsidciit of the : ariay of girls, Ratd.ff invites < V 8ing post holes for a foice on , ' k_ Hcal.oin, McCelvey and Ricks to visit ! '£> the outskirts of the little town J- - • -■ ■■ • -i• - 1 — i~«i. -. — pvj.il ■ y'* a man dug up and old copper! nict^ 11' , f** calf be11 and inside of the bell | a for the p*ct two i trip along the streets will give that Mr, Robert I this town and one look at our s biea assist- lovelv young ladies as they rsi i\ i \ Dr> A r. 8, ROOK (ioocis and Shot*. Ladies and Misses Ready lo Wear Hals * were hidden six diamonds, ai , , , ...

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

A t 1 "fc\sa* 41 • . • **, * . ' % -• J-V-* - •■ - * A, C..HARRISON DRUG CO. ' A FULL LINE OF Drugs, Sundries & Stationery Prescriptions a Specialty SFECIA We handle all kinds of cold drinks and Call around ...id .sec* us wl:cn thir ice •dv. cream. . .H«.V-,VVIV11 •—«r laURB ALTO, TEXAS Beit Cotton Time Tab! A Sunday School class yell |j is a ncvelty, but at town in New ^Jersey seems' to think that it other orj^aniztions are | to have their battle-cries, a Suni!a\vschool class also should be permitted to make ; an official uoi.-e at proper times .and places. A boy's class lias prepared the following: Say, my friend, Have 3'ou seen Second Timothy, T wo-flfteen? First Thessaloniaus, Five Twenty^two Tells you exactly What to do! We print this it«*m not be- cause we wisli to eiieoura^i other Suuday-schools to adopt a class yell, but because we know that curiosity will prompt a good many reader- to look up tlio references, ? Who's Your Drayman ? niriwiirmt*:-jajr:-t. i n : L-r- "I Wa...

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

■' 0rmP&'' ' - v vT * K —igr.-t.vrxTgt. ua j / ork. Df '; ,1 THE ALTO HERALD ALLKN, Km tor. These persons seem to he nl necessary evil in every town.! They ought to be put out, t, SUBSCRIPTION PATES (Jilt* Y> :ii* Si* Months... Tlu\c Months. A!! rip.t ions X o i pr \> i until paid for. It does n6t speak very we 11 I for a town, to see grown nun Ion the street, pitching dollars I •Sl-r,(l and thumping marbles, au'l "> 'f' I half a dozen small boys who. should he in school, watching j these ; .uies. This rem In I be put .lie of a longtime ago when a the auspice-; of tne W. O. little girl living in the piney and Circle, also tin: Kni We will soon be able to de- liver ice to all parts of the city at the fn*i>"-;rtfr price: $4.50 for book oi .^oj lbs. We will also; have scales 011 the wagon so you; wil1 be sure to get what you paj fur. We ... will also have «oft drinks 0.11 j ^a- * ' he mark, t. Alto lee Co. I oftY'ff. an I and believe they Some time eiuy in ^I^yj success...

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

-*£• ^ "Vs ,'"V' I'S&Z, -a. •^^aSSSrar •*WVWV V J h.iude.garten Work 1 desire to make thiiTgs and to Now, Mr. Editor. I gaess 'fif> tli'n«s> a"d it. was on this we kiudergartners want to be u. v^.xr-^Kttxxrzmt'j^-andaamrvibrtUtwurri ^vvy.^^t '"ft* "written up" for the paper, as well as the large schools. How- is our world going !o know how we are progressing, tin basic principle lie founded the gifts that have made his name famous in the educational world. The colored balls; the build- less we tell it through the! nig blocks, the perforated card co.union medium of JexchrKge' sewinR. the colored sticks, and — iur paper? It's true we are i weaving all tuese and not very l)ig physically, or inailV more have their pla.e,! numerically, but Jmentnliv \ve'l',e'r cause and effect in this: w<? are capable of wonders groat primary system. They I Part of our number is j leach concentration of mine], i last rose of summer,''but most enipl°y and educate the hands j of u<'. are li...

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

"* '••' '^ fciSSfiSli.. ^r\'i Mfu tf. -AV ,. • ' . ' ' >- • „ > .. • : !&m££ f? *mrw UtfiTVWTgvJ-- \.i\ I I k I III A N G K ^'v¥ i,u +*>a\■«. *~*rm Professional Cards Vv.. E. WAITERS Notary Pv.h'ic Alto, — — - Texas. gaM'ur.T'Tgan; > - /www i ] M, Crawford, M. D. j Pii\ icinu and Surgeon. £ Alt \ Te xas, " | . Phono • Office Phono 27 > i i ■ ' \ P, -k'ns, Irnboden & Perkii.s \ j i.aw'^rs Pr.ictie ' i". :>J' Courts | ► WHEMiVOU FEEL BAD If you are b-Mnur, languid, constipated, saffer from indigestion, sour belching, bloated feeling, bad breath, headache, wind in the 'cz~;cK dizziness, you need osiin/R v LJtL vusu Tha Great System Cleanser and ReguL:;;, 7?^ A rev/ dose'j will cr. 1 ar.d ;•ify the br-.-elo, tor; ft !ie stomach, stimulate the kidneys and liver and impart r. feeling of strength and vigor. It transforms a tired, nervous, halfcick man or woman into one of brightj ruddy good health, energy and cheerful;: :ss. Oct t?vj Onufnc ' t!:s P*:nrp "3" in Re...

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

www • C7: .vWiO. - *mve, 7E33U *- wm, Vv I V " « ~ ; • "V' •• "• M. W 1? \l Niust Cornc Across. of the country, is unusually large this year of ghtce 1912. \n Illinois paper very truly! i'marks that this is the ;egti- lur biennial period when news- ■jiiiper publishers,are receiving big jobs of invitations to boom tin.1 candidacy of numerous md divefs individuals who of- fer themselves as sacrifices on the altar of public services, the iact that there is a fat salary attached somewhere around 1 kirts of the object of in;; 1 eiyjj carefully !::!<j pre: mting their ■.> mailer for publica :i nr: : 0; 111. i .' 1* 1 .. . tion, 1 erni If the country is to be saved by the smearing of kinds words in the interest of any candi- date for any office anywhere, this is one newspaper at lens' that will insist 011 receiving ri remuneration at so much a smear, you bet your boost. And we want the niony in ad- vance. We don't claim that our kind words or the lack of them will elect or defeat an\...

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

msmm.. v :....-.-,..;l.; ••"'■ :Vv. . • ■bit ■MMfiS HE?" ~"'%f 4 >; ,;-o;*..>. -i Vffrrt«it w-yy;r MI >0 FOR the next few days will be your opportune times to buy your a i a r •■■ mLaces, Embrodries and Musline Underwear, V/e will have on display 111 Dlt/w ^or Yct?r inspection at lowest possible prices, We invite you to come, lE.®| IS «•.■ • .: -.; \l*^J Mil $ $ -f|M| ** i V«i P' i.' ■<• I v \* ■ ps^'-l fe;!| ALWAYS have a higlvclass air about them, due to the excellence of macerial and workmanship, and are built in styles that make them look to be worth two or three times the price we ask. Men and yc u lg meni are "keen" nowa- days after the latest kinks of fashion. The styles are the thing* and the wearing qual= itics is guaranteed by the maker and by us. The price you pay would in many m> stances, buy only half as much quality, appearance and satisfaction, We show a wide variety of patterns and materials for spring and have your size waiting for you Come and select...

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

Jl \ +■ ^.- . ;\i^\ V . -V.- .„r-•. >'* 1 *#tW( '" • V-'Hf* -% iy. 1* V ■le. 1v" /■• ••" ?. J:. v*5~' ^ Volume XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL, iS, 1912 Number | nwrjn.gur.; ,j.n ra *Awjua. '.rA;, tm.ixT:-r.:A'-3Me'auT>fnpn <A/VW W\/V WWNA. PR ECS ATI ON Missionary P.cgram April by Ladies Aid 26 Sr \'7c appreciate the accounts of all individuals) and will glad y extend every courtesy and ac- cor.'.niode^ton to our customers, and we earnestly solicit nc.v ccs<'i;:it3 along this lins. THE ALTO STATE BANK ALTO, TEXAS M. C. PARRISH, President F. F. FLORENCE, Active Vice-President L- T. D. MILLER, Cashier "The Gt:n. The Alto Progressive League. At mi rtitlmsiastie meeting of the Alto Progressive League at the Opera Thursday liess meeting was held and night a House on last good busi- of the League it was decided by the members present that a report of the finance and membership committee be de- fer) 'd un'.'-l the nex' meeting night and a report be then made to the League of ...

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

■MK&MHR ^ 1 4 If. „ v -r • • ■— v • ■* ■ <..T- T_T"^ Yjr7 T? ** , .sbwSSS?' '*•«* * „. \ v iflifp*4o« v .pi nilM*'ITW> -H | ,r I Ed Miller Dropped Dead. (called but were unable to do sonvilie. T.lie hearts of oat \ui. u.ts •' ■v-1'- r ,, . t •uMifliiiur ientire community £'<> °nt m Douglas store. lie Ihc following account of | anvthing. ^ r.ipathv to the bereaved the death of Ed Miller is til-en f Mill« !f V... L " c!" vo,i widow. unit of | any thing. _ . r. Miller l a; lived in , , ,, . .... Tyler for the past four or five young from the 1 yler Lounei-1 lines: ^ ben) , eraploycd as E. J. Miller, aged nix lit 3S clothing salesman at Lip- years, a well known taltsnian state's. Ik- was a capable employed at Lipstate Dry salesman ai d a pleasant, Goods and Clothing Co., fell j agreeable gentleman. His dead this 1 Tuesday) morniiig former home is Jacksonville. about 7 e'elockirt the home 01 He is survived by his widow M'ulK'i*,v streel, and two sisters' and two brnth- . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 April 1912

£100(5,a? ^ v *' r, ■ ■>■■ -i. inM -m ♦ • «., ^ 1" V . • - ■ ♦•• . V w-i -" ■ #*r".'♦" v .ii,w % frv / / - •:- —-v-—~~ qaRawasjy-;} mw aacasBa—tBBwmgaEMHi 8 A. C..HARRIS0N DRUG CO A FULL LINE OF Dry as, Sundries :ation©ry 5 nesi u u oe° uu Ids A SPECiA We handle all kinds of cold driiiks and ice cream. Call around and see us when thirsty. a viannnLiiriw iLTil TEXAS "T5 :v ■ ■ An oxchange says that "one-third of the fools in the country think they can beat a lawyer in expoypding the law. On'?-ha1f think they can beat i the doctor in healing the sick. Two-thirds of them thing they can put the minister in a hole jin preaching the gospel; and all ot them think they can- baat the edMot in running a- ^ i newspaper. |! ~ £ Puts End to Bad Habit. ! Things m-vcr loo!: bright to o:v. j with "the bliiL-s." Ton to one the I trouble is a sluggish liver, Ii 11 iii - | the system with biUyti.-; poison, that Dr. King's New I.ife I'ills ! would expel. Try t-hcin. Let th" | joy of better fcelijigs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 April 1912

isimmm* ' UW*' .1 III—MB "I f' ttm ify< OWWW*'*' ' > :****** * '-*1 Mp8 SRf M)" tz3&zssmi>'< r ALTO HERALD T ex as produces 2Q. per ccnt -1 of the cotton crop in. the j United States which ir. the , largest percentage of total I production of important crops I of any state in the Union. K. E. ALLEN, Kin tor . SUBSCRIPTION R<\ I' o One Year Six Months... Three Months. >1.00 •ifi • 25 All subscriptions . advance. No lienie will be put 011 the books until paid for. It would take a dress-maker working ten hours a day every day in the year, 112 years to livable "> j make into dresses the yearly purchase of ginghams at for- eign markets for use in Ter- as. \ :A $ •" $$ V <- \ 4* 1 Entered as seo :;d-cJass matter Jan. 3, 1901, at tlie postoHiee at Alto, Texas, un.kr ,.et of March 3, 1S79. The professional farmer 110 longer plows, sows and reaps haphazardly, trusting to, na- Notice to the r'ablic. turc ,to repay him with a bountiful harvest, , but he Any erroneou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 April 1912

> .*• ■ ■ -.'.T ■r. ■ • ?' - *■ •••; -• • 'tor " - vv'i. I i These Articles on tha Horse a:d cn Cattle and Domestic Animals Will Appear in I his Paper Every Thursday. Tin; chest should Ik A Donkey for a Son. Rev. IxK'Uett Adair tells a great many amusing stories.! which at the s .me time con- tair little,stories of j-eal life In discussing tli.it e liUvlioti often had the ef:Y i making some people disbelieve the Bible, thus having .1 uarrow-i ing instead of a brnading pro-; 9?SS, he told tile , sto: y of a :"itl deep in appearance, young man who went off to |very '"'portsmt. Tlie college, the event of the storv be rall,l-,r widely separated !,• , - ilt the top, gradually sloping to- taking place 011 his return to pother as they near the fetlock, but the humble home. His pa- whether they should be separated rents had worked hard to give I "eh or little at the top, th.y him an education and laid shmil(1 "'variably be straight. great store by their so., and' -should not have the n 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 April 1912

# srssss pSsI i ■ - -■ ■ ii®; f:>y^k'.: P )b:h w'i r 1 --f m- <* lm r Profcssiqija) Capds W. E. WAITERS Notary Public Alto, — - • Texas, i mnwnr,i —in ■■■■—■■ in—<—.lMJWuiunMr? J M, Crawford, M. D, Physician and Surgeon. Alto, Texas, Res. Phono 34 Office Phone 2 Terrell Answers Dies—At- tacks Upon Him. To The Herald: Alto, Texas, April q, iqi2. —Since returning home, I learn that Mr. Dies is using a letter against me that I wrote him four years ago. If I had kept a copy of the lettej-, I would be glad to give it to the press, but the facts are these: When Mr. Dies was nomi •V Perkins, Imboden & Perkins I.AWVERS Practice ia All Courts him, he wqujd not be reading HOMECOMING FOR iProfessional Cards the other letter and putting ai j. false construction upon it. EX^KENTUl-LIAMS If 1 had known thejman, as 1 I know him now, I would liavc A{ ; , Inlcrnational Con- known that he would not ap-; r vention Iu Louisville, Oct. 15-22— Meet Me in Old Kentucky Home— The Stogaji. stand...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 April 1912

i n 8 horougliij" fiEiarantecd * \ % [ .ivITCHEN SETS | ^ i\ GIVEN AWAY AT II r* r. S. ROOK j? ; *-** y i-soods and Shoes j; y t{ | Udies and Misses Ready to Wear Hats. S | I fead quarters for all j ciass Jewey i ALT O, : : TEXAS * v DEATH CLAIMS EDGAR J. MILLER Died in fyler — Remains tircugiii Here and Intarred in O;/ C met r/. k 1 ht* .■ . t ck .i'.!: ( f 1 ■*'.i a shadow oy< for ni. m aillull:.' o' the tragic \i lller lias c iai e entire town ■ e was spent Without a nio- menl.s* war;. the chord which separates time and eter- nity was snapped and his soul .wen: ' r-od With ns to da i i , liie's round of dmv hat gone to- mom W o eel the empti- nes:- >i 1 ""ian v/i.rds in times of bittc i" •"has ! i •. Vet lie w]io , T.ers and car- ried our - ■■ j wi.l comfort and stin " , TIk : nl /• t of tais 1 r:ef sketch, i'M [. Miller, fell to the lloor expiring almost in- stant!} .at the home of the Mrs. Mini.: >>n Mulberry street in Tyler Yesterday morning at 6:30 o'ci ck. He was...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 April 1912

t •v * I ' if; ii ■ M v; ? j. ^ in HI f AN I DE« PI I) H£ 8 to WI v«? *8WS£, ,„"■ jass: nijniiiiminrtiii.* «♦>••«Iff?*11' •*"?** CTCWM—H—PIWWT^TWHWWTfHBPy^^f**"1' 11 — '^T'" .. .1. . ■ . . — j.^wujfciiuaw/ ■ times to buy your P® h P $ P Si V lj A ^ FOR the next few days will be your opportur B jjv fj fi | ;• I't P •■ v. ^ «=?Laces, ErrJbrodries and Musline Underwear, \V e will have on display < £ or your £ispection at lowest ro a'ble price;. v7c invite you to cjine. ; ^ ^yppi IIIIiaDiyd 4 ■M i* \ A t % K SV3, yv fe fi .*■ fii / Willi m\ fwWw :.A ALWAYS have a higlvcla ss air about them, clue to iHw excellence of maceriai and workmanship? and are built in styles that make them iosfe to be worth two or three times the price we ask. Men and young men, are "keen" nowa- days after the latest kinks of fashion. The styles are the thin£, and the wearing qual- ities is guaranteed by the maker and by us. The price you pay would in many in* stances, buy only half as much quality, appeara...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 April 1912

, ■ It ' . 'IV.... , 8^-Mi A. / ^-k ? -<a_ £jyyysiA~i Vol.lMK XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 191 Number 22 f r^vw 'VA/vwr^u 'WIA. ^"^NA^wwwwwwna^VVW^WVWW^ APPRECIATION :.' Wc ipprcciatc the accounts of all individuals) and will gladly extend every courtesy and ac- commodation to our customers, and we earnestly solicit new accounts along this line. I THE ALTO STATE BANK f ALTO, IpCAS M C. PARRISH, President FLORENCE, Active Vice-President n Mtrf FX. C.aihier The Progressive League. the Direc-j \\}i |We Are Headquarters® For Anything You Want. y.-i, I At a meeting oi' tars of the Alto Progressive| League 011 last Friday evening ' > April 19, 1912. in pursuance of a resolution passed at the, last regular meeting of the members of the Alto Progres-j sive League, for the purpose £7* selecting from the member*! , . . , r ^ , jship of the Alto Progressive^ a larRe an(1 "p-to-dnte stock of Dry Goods and No- League suitable persons who.^jJ tious of many kinds, which added to our ...

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