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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 April 1912

m * r i h 8 C V-. 311 ( Si In Vi L'l F| WlA r I E ir1 . k. Profe^sRSna} Cards W. E.WATTERS Notary Public Alto, — -- Texas, i. rrurt gcvrtin r: J M. Crawford, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Alto, Texas, Res. Phono ,u Office Phone 2- Perkins, Imboden & Perkins lawyers Practice in All Courts W. M Imboden, Rusk B. B. Perkins; Kusk. James 1. Perkins, Alto A TRIE BOWEL CLEANSER A remedy that jwrifics the bowels mildly yet thoroughly, strengthens the bowel channels and promotes regularity. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is an effective system regulator and bowel tonic. Persons of a constipated habit find it to be just what tliey need to re-establish regular bowel movements and to correct the evil effects of the disorder in the skin and blood. It drives out the impurities that have accumulated in the system. Removes sallowness, bad breath, pimples, skin erup- tions, and restores the ruddy hue of health to the complexion, (let the Genuine with the Figure "3" In Red on Front Lubel. Price $1.00 per Bot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 April 1912

■■ -C , On last;) WediWsdiy the crowds liegan to gather for the Cherokee County Wood- men Rally, and by <4<oon the town was full of Chopper^. Not only was this bounty rep- resented, but quite a crowd gree Team initiated a large crowd of applicants into the mysteries of Woodcraft, and merriment reigned supreme until the wee-small hours. Everybody pronounced the affair a success from start to i • ^ ^ I 1 to build to a highpr certificate: | Spring <s here without a Go to Dialville and take ad- doubtj the small boy vantage of the eight weeks course to be held there, then donned his last year's straw as others have done who have hat and with his pockets full came from adjoining counties. I finish especially those who prepared for an {examination !of marbles can be seen down1 wis,c and pound foolish.. A under the direction of the, on his knees in the dirt deep _ ... members of this faculty, ROjiu the mysteries of knuckle Judge C. F. Gibson delivered | became members during this j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 April 1912

- >\M ■■'■r T' — \ -rr-.'rr 'a ■,(• .i.tmmt 1 In i : THE ALTO HERALD lv. ].. ALLIEN, Huitok. CRIPTION HATES (lilt1 ViM, Six Ml-.: Three All sti'i . • adv mi • Oil till lr 5i ,00 50 !ih 25 >(' ins are payable in \o name will be put >1: until paid for. l-.n' Jan, Alto j 1 ^, ieu 1 I'r'i , fexas, lcoml-class matter ,.l the pustofliee at under act of March NoTU'I'..™ Buy your gro- ceries f.om W. T. Williams a wliMe and .sec how you like tlrem. The apron sale by the Bap- tist ladies on last Saturday was quite a sueces. All aprons were sold and these lac'ics ap- preciate the patronage given them. For sale at a bargain one of the best mares and colts in the county. See meat once. county is hereby called to meet in the city of Jackson- ville,'Texas, or May 7, 1912, at one o'clock p. in. For the purpose of electing delegates to the Rcpub'ican State Con- vention at Ft. Worth, To; i . May 28, 1912, and delegates to the Conjjresslcnal c Kduca- kin^ }r ., VK ' 4 The citizens and the elm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 April 1912

—— A Mr. and Mrs. I'ciizfcll spent C. C. Dowden of Lin wood a portion of last week iti Nac- community lias been ill for ogdoches county Mrs. John Kilgorc of Wild- hurst spent Thursdty in this city with friends. the past week but is now able to be up. You ought to see those La^ dies Shirt Waist that Burnett ■" K. K. Blakey of Rusk isiis dosing out at cost, they are! with Dr. Wilson this week, who is very ill. beauties. Mrs. B. R. Jenkins of Jacl i i m 'sLN K\1 'ri+to'+M'w*, *'ir- Let Your Light \ A good -'ight is a genuine pleasure, cither in a lamp or lantern. We have all Kincs So Shine ! & Straw hats of all kind andjsonv'"c i-s l'ie gnest of heri prices. We can please you in j daughter, Mrs. I'yron Scuiley a hat at Burnett's Gerald Ratclifi, .v p. nt a ■ ,\ days of last wc -i; w.th hua? folks in Ratclifi'. Mr. Caver of Rusk spent few days of 1 tst week with Will McChri.itian, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lan- drnm of Landrum, was in the city trading Monday. Miss Francis Malone left Tuesday...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 April 1912

IS " ~Jk \ l ¥ • i Si In wi rci |F< it i*, , A. C.HARRISON DRUG CO. A FULL LINE OF Du gs, Sundries & Stationery £2 F* E! C1A We luudlc all kinds of roXl drinks and ice cream Call r.rourd and sec us when thirsty. \\ The Danger After Grip lies oftpu in. avmn down system. Weakness, nervousness, lack of ap- petite,^hergy and ambition, with | distii'dered jiv.tr and kidneys often ! follow an attack of this wretched disease. The greatest need then is | Klectric BittefS, the glorious tonic, j blood purifier and regulartor of J stomach, liver and kidneys. Thons- I and$ have proved that they wonder- |flillyt.'Jtrenglhen the neives, build up the 1 system and re; tore health and good Spirits after an attack of | grip. If suffering, try them Only 50 cents. Sold and perfect satiS- action guaranteed by all dealers, ALT J, TAX \S Warning! Runaways are caused by had harness. Pet- \ Frjjter look over ynur harness and | have the 111 repaired before it ) is too late. The Alto Trad- ing Co. Kfir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 April 1912

1 ' -i&V is. \ i The Texas Industrial Con- gress is intj jducing a new fea- ture into its work this year which is being received with enthusiasm, particularly by the fanners of wist Texas. Last year the Congress con- fined its prize of er to crops grown without irrigation, but it is now offering, in Class K, Si.ooc, divided into twelve prizes, for the best yields of merchantable kaflir corn or nnlo maize grown upon 011 two acres of irrigated land. The first prize in this class is $300, second £200, and for the ten iK'Nt best results $50 each. This is a free-for-all contest, being open to men, women, boys and girls. Al- most simultaneously with the public announcement of the odor replications to enter the contest in this class came from Brewster county, in the ex- treme southwestern part of the state and fro 11 Hale coun- ty, in t:i • ; reat plains -ectiou ofw« ut it. xas. ltCj'.iiries as; to the pii'.es ofh.re.1 i.i Lie dif- ferent eludes are coming 111, in increasing numbers da...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 25 April 1912

-1 m—> WPH iijiwwmai — I IB 1 " 1 11'wn" HWi'l •>«• •**" * ^ w /,f f / W E w. sc ui N !K IS" \< ik > I in ii ; I 111 in li< V I ii W< it" in Ik T at." in in lei Sll mi qil on T. COI cm ari Lb blc "K ces obt ord t] ' "J Co. A "T1 des] com IS C! ity : ing of 1 citiz !: , If Join .s<nit ed, c desii Maul tenn liaui, 'V n i k H A H i H! OVERALLS— You are especially invited to visit our store and inspect our line of clothing, Kuppenhei= mer and Spero Micheals best numbers, are now on our racks, subject to your inspection and criticism. It: you are in the mar. ket or expect co be soon for a suit of clothes. We invite you to look through our line, will save you money, and guarantee the style absolutely correct. Guaranteed all Wool Serges from 12.50 to 25,00 Fancy Browns and Tansf 14.50 to 20.00. Big Range of Greys* 10.00 to 22,50. Not a suits in our house that we cannot ponscieutially guarantee. Give us a look. We will thank you, and iu return you will thank us. Finks, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 May 1912

A - CUi. ( <V- V < cL V 1 1 XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 2,1912 NUMUHR 2\ •iMW. £Vi«0Ui£ a* Tj"iwwf IV r Avcxarsrr .yracasr; i&wn jq in 11111—aaaa—m LIBERAL CONSERVATIVE COURTEOUS SECURE I / • \ It is along such ideas that we want your banking business, with every assurance that the smallest receives the same cordial attention as the larger ones. T ALTO STATE BANK The Guaranty Fund Bank ALTO, TEXAS M C. PARRISH, President F. F, FLORENCE, Active Vice-President T. D. MILLER, Cashier ! Mississippi F oods Increasing, ™. ... . . ... *'■- J.v. *.Vr*.vr- j. ihe.great Mississippi River(Sjjjpi I: which is causing such dativ ■ 1 5 ■ n 4 . .t*!3 causing sitcli dativ *v ■ ■ ■ ■ Jage thjs spring, is certainly \KIp /\PP 'true to the nam£ applied to it >£1 " \J HI V by tlie Indians, ' in almost *v j endless riverjspraid out." The'^fe present disastrous floods of the y^, Mississippi River and tho in- udation of the surrounding 'lowlands, through the break- ing of the levee? suggest t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 May 1912

WBSmSBSBM / T.a , • i «\ \ iy ;, ■. • , • <*mmmm raw* jui ' •: vjwv:/; .JJJ- ; B w> 3C of K N' Is. fou V t c rl. in :il th in Ik: yc th W( if in. be T1 «LJ4 in; lie let sir UK qu 011 Ta CO) em ari Ln bio "■K ces obt ord '• 0 Co. A "T1 des] com is c: ity ■ ing of 1 citiz ! 1* J obi sout ed, c desii waul term haui ■MK.w *\*ummwwm p A. C..ARRIS0N DRUG CO A FULL LINE OF Dugs, Sundries I Stationery Prescriptions a & n « & We handle all CaM around SPE CIA kinds of eoM drin s alid ice pream md sec* ug when thirsty. VLTi), TEWS 5 razWY. r. ;;an££3 * Beit Cotton Time i able an-v ,nMre f};an > r ; \ • 1 n i r \ * '1 \ * MIC a merchant For the inform: tlon of otir l t d i iway his goods unable to See where it in. wc arc comes *tAir:Uili' uf arrival aifcl departure of Lhc Cotton Uelt trains ai Alto; NORTH BOUND No. 404. . No . 402. . .8:52 a 111 • 5:15 p "1 south bound No. 401 .NO. 403 l.OCAl.S North Mound—No. 42 ■. $outh Hound—No. 41 •• .9:36 am .7:21 p 111 .9:52 a 111 13:«5 S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 May 1912

' V T-.<- ... * L> V 11 Official Statement of the Financial Condition of the The Continental Stale Bank Of Alto, State of Texas, At the close of business on the 18th day of April 1912, published in the Alto Herald, a newspaper published at Alto, State of Texas, on the 4th, day of May 1912 I I. I, „ . , f , I^Ofliis hud discounts, personal or collateral- $48,349 07 Ivoar.^, j^nl estate ...., 1,7' ~t $5 Overdrafts 2 25 Bills of Kxchange, (Cottou) . 901 41 Kurniturv and fixtures 2,181 05 15,906 44 .; •. aoi 57 ■ • 1 i<>5 03 2, (40 00 2,835 36 5.fo>3 36 £ 75.657 5.", * HI y UII\I iiaiiuv.^. • • • • Due from approved reserve agents,-net.: Iuter&kjt j Depositors Guaranty Fund.. Assesmeiits for Guaranty Fund Currency, , .^. Specie Total UIAB|LITISS Capital Stock paid in ...., $15,000 00 Surplus fund 3. .too qo Undivided profits, net 1,653 56 Individual deposits, subject to check..... 55.426 05 Cashier's checks 77 92 Certificates of Deposit, issued for uioitey borrowed No...

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

• *' •'■'' ..,.- ... • , ■ THE ALTO B «> 9cl ol K K< N< he v>" \ 1 do '■ ( i in jij tib tli in. he yo th W( if; in; 1>o T1 :iv, im 1H' I'I sul 111C qui Oil! Ta eoi em ari: Liv bio "•K ces; obt ord •0 Co. A "T1 iles; con is e ity ing of citi t ij- 1 Jot •SOI1 ed, des E. K. AIJJ-N, Km To SUBSCRIPTION RATES Out* Year. Six Months • Three Months. HERALDIenliauce the value of your —-1 property, and qVery citizen, we bring into the county adds, to its wealth and citizenship in many different ways. \\ e expect later on to advertise Alto and Cherokee county in Real Estate j $ room cottage,!, goodMlo tipn, real cheap and terms to SUlt.l „ * Bargain. ioroonrlibuse, , f' other conveuifcfices, tf „r>,. li-iwp o we of the best locations in the Discover? of Pole. 'The planting of a flag of Norway at tr.e .south pole closes the age of land dis<- covery on this planet, as it leaves no yart of the earth s tstt All subscriptions; .nrc payable in advance. No name will be put on the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 May 1912

W*?'/ 'V ^KtS* V * V v. \A -u™u- ■s^v ■ J ■ ' •.; • it 0 Straw hats of all Kind arcl prices.- We can please youlii a hat at Burrifelt's Buy your groceries and etc.; and get thep delivered quick by Fiuao and old Charlie by Carters. No troble to show goods at our store, whether you buy or not. Kuvkendail & Jones, Krunswiek. Texas. Master Hogan Stripling of Bullard spent a jxuiiou of last week with sister, Mrs. Jees Holcomb. Help the hand boys by giv- ing them a few nickles next Saturday night May .jth. Mr. and Mrs. Turner of Troupe spent Sunday J -villi Dr. aud Mrs. Y. R. Turner. Ju.'t arrived a fine line of men's aud boy's spring suits. We cau fit the* smallest aud also the largest at Burnett. Prof. Jipj, Cook came in from Alto to^ay. [He has six more weeks to teach.—Center Champion. If you \vant your groceries delivered quick, call for Fiua'n aud old Charlie at Carter's. ,, Come out to (lie nwini sup- per,, to be given on li; Metho- dist Church Lawn for benefit of the band boys....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 May 1912

ttMflMi5P3F' i $$$39113 -~"" r J ';,• f !• II fll% m I L :1 I Miaou Work is a moral and physi- principles of honcstry eal uplilterj it is a panacea nmrality in the mind for sorrow; idleness brings moral decay and furnishes an incentive to, crime. .The ava- lanche of crime that is Sweep- ing over onr beautiful ?ity is largely due to the fact that too many would lather, steal than work.. The life of d.uty, not the life of 11:;. re ease or mere pleasure the hind of life which rink the great men and wo:;i." i'he first prize that l:h oiu-rs is the chance to woik .it. work",worth doing. i, ... In case oi ( ii! - wounds in lmrses, use M 11. foi ls Bal- sam, the best the world. The Alto T' idin.u Co The na' . ,i luaiih, and vigor of childix"' reved in the country an m:; ■: r to $ity laised children County cooking with fi ■ , -tables, eggSjinjilk butter ;.ud bread in;ade by the i. rmer - wife far surpasses in hc.hh j. i nducing attributes,, -1\ Je ul li ving in cities, J11 the country the at...

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

,k ./•. ,,iv. • \ X professions? ('ards W. E. WAITERS Notary Public Alto, — -■ Texas, J M. CUA'AT'ORD, M. D, Pliysicirn and Surgeon. vr i DR. j. C. HURST dentist OFFICE WITH \ j Guiiiifs Drug Store _isrl SKIS M*.\l. .i. wool* For up'to'd\te pajnt AND paper hanging- UF-'TODATE interior decorating A SPEClAUTY Phono Number 88 Dr. J. R Ramsny t.1.f iT-if -11* 1 '— —*•** •**"' ■* f I rVm.l.lA.+l Office Over HARRISON DRUG OFFICE HOURS .8 t3 11 a.m. 2 to 5 p.m. When In Need Of Slice Repairing See W.M. King In the old yellow front bulding ALL WORK GUARANTEED ——ttwNu iwigv:-" ■' .-xmasm Electric -p\1HHHII11 IM'WHMUI I■111Iff MBH WHEN YOU FEEL BAD .If you are bilious, languid, constipated, suffer from indigestion, sour belching, bloated feeling, bed breath, headache, wind in the bowels, dizziness, you need Professional Cards ASH BITTERS Alto, Texas, Res. Phono .",4 Office Phone 27 Perkins, Imboden &. Perkins LAWYERS Practice in All Courts W. M . Iml\uk:i, Rust: B. I?. T'erkins; K\: 1; • ....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 May 1912

4 itt —• - . £> 1' • v 'X .. Work i al uplift. >r sorrc loral dec neentivc anche of hg over argely d oo man j ban w.or lot the 1 neve pie ife wlii lien aii' prize tl ;hance t doing. i J In cas liorses,. saw, tli The Alt. The vigor of country i aised cooking eggs,-11) niiadc b; surpass attribut cities, niQSphe cities i smoke swept mi zed s Lhat bl the ide: ful bod strong with a Jo thin birusel. ?d in :hild leveloj leader, lave c nans a low ti ndusti lature ir < V % i i i A i A i\, 9MHE3 ] V c: s *QUf u' immm, "'**" i— i>'- # ♦VV * r 4*-5 f"-* *'•*■ — ^ -^w ^ — T H i N G "IS Hr&L Pinks. Detroit as ()vera 11 Yea are especially invited to visit pur store and inspect our line of clothing, Kuppenhd= mer and Spero Micheals best numbers, arc now on our racks, subject to your inspection and criticism. It you are iii/themar> ket or expect to be soon for a suit of clothes. We invite you ty look through our line, will save you money, and guarantee the style absolutely correct...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 May 1912

r% """ r" ' A. / c. A jT T 'W / ♦.-A Pf.i WtfcLgj ;cn ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AtfAY, 9, 1912 Number f s! W. J. Towns*nd Announces! I; f j^£j .[ Av-'J - LIBERAL CONSERVATIVE COURTEOUS SECURE il i-'or.o- fiicn ideas that wc want your t. .'i ing business, with every assurance that the J suiallcst rcccivcs the ::crne cordial attention as tli. L. gcr'oncc. THE ALTO STATE BANK The Guaranty Fund Bank ALTO, TEXAS M. C. PARRISH, President I . F. FLORENCE, Active Vice-President T. D. MILLER, Cashier Hon. W. J. Townsend an- n ounces in tlxi week's issue 8wj|j uf the Herald sor re-election to■\L?i the'office of 3nte Senator. It jsj^ is weii kno.vi^ to the re riders 'fcv* of this paper4tl1.it Mr. Town-1 v6j send was elecK •! .State Senator Ujrs w e ft iiottuMuarte For Anyt'air"; Yoi! Want. j it- s '(if'fE" wta V'.V ^.V rA' • V fc'w, <U 'W"V T cv ' v--i* ;v;v fc/w We have just received, within tlic- past wee!;, a large and up-to-date st t'c of Dry Goods and No- ;«Jv lions of many kinds, which a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 May 1912

ft > *. ,.v mf wK\ £y * 1 - J *fv .-> '- ir.y.-••'••, • ' ■'."^^''•■■■"■■■'"■ H r* invv- vmvi** #** I i i i o c J< S( ec dc WJ te: h a cal for mc iiu lai iVi| lai t0( th 11c mi lif in P1 ct dc SI T v c< li ci e i) s a c li c B S r t / 1 Professional Cards W. E. WAITERS Notary Public Alto, — — Texas, ON BUYING A HORSE M. Crawford, M. D. Phy ici*n and Surgeon. Alto, Texas, Rev Phono 34 Officc Phone : These Articles 011 the Horse an'! on Cattle P:ia Domestic Animals Will Appear in This Paper Every Tursday. :rkins, Imboden & Perkins LAWYERS i'ractice iu All Courts M. Imboden, Rusk B. li. Perkins; Rusk . J a UK's 1. Perkins, Alto « a 1^) (o I DR. J. C. HURST DENTIST OFFICE WITH Gulnn's Dfu? Store i K " v„ The back should he rather long if it the hunter and trot- ter, but not too much so in the all round horse. The short back is found universally in the draft horse, and denotes great strength, but impairs somewhat the rapid movement of the horse. The back- should be slight...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 May 1912

X L M.u _ I i X .t A. C.HARRISON DRUG CO. A FULL LINE OF Drugs, Sundries & Stationery Prescriptions a Specialty SPE CIA We handle, all kinds of coW drinks and ice cream Call around and see us when thirsty. ALTO, texas Belt Cotton Time Table For the information of our red «> we publish the following schedule of arrival find departure of the Cotton Belt trains ai Alto: NORTH BOUND No. 404. 2fo. 402., No. 401. N o. 403.. SOtTfli BOUND LOCALS .8:52 a m ■ 5;15 P U1 .9:36 s m • 7:21 P Ul North Pound—Noi 42.... 9152 a m South Bound—No. 41. i. i 2185 p w Pecular Thieves. I11 Ft. Worth the,other day a thief went to a residence and Stole the front dopt thereof. This the Fort Worth papers advertise as a most novel theft ever committed in the state, a claim that can be basily refuted. Honey drove leads in the novelty of thpfts, us in other things. Not so many years ago some Qtie en- tered a tioney Grove church and stole a,.bujjdle of Sunday school iiteratuie. It.is also a matter of recor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 May 1912

[ike?* . SRpIC p$> ' i i >*$;■•: Eb-iS- ,*•- ifijNif* V t V cal for wor incc lain iVig larj too tha not me life me pri ch: doi lip sal T1 vi) co la co eg 111; Sl- at ci 111 ci si s\ 111 tt tl fl i ll e< c d h li n u- i: * e o v ! t< h THE ALTO HERALD E. E. ALLEN, Euitou. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Otic Year Six Mouths... Three Months. . $i .oo .50 • .25 crew. Many other passengers were injured when the coach- es left the track and two tour- ist sleepers fell through tres- tle. The accident is due to the heavy rains. All subscriptions are payable in a>" .1. e. No name will be put ci?! lit books until paid for. Dickey is always ready to show you the new line of1 good garricn. Mohair goods, the latest tiling j change for farm in men's suits. Burnett & Price. Estate 5 rootn cottage, good loca- tion, real cheap and terms to suit.' A Bargain—m-room house, bath and other conveniences, one of the best locati >iis in the city, 2-acre lot, good water, Would ex- For quick This $3...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 May 1912

■ Fits of all kinds guaranteed at Burnett & Price's in all the new styles in gents' shoes. Chas. Fisher of Jackson- ville spent Saturday and Sun- day with home folks. (.cor Sec Burnett & Price's pearl ear bobs, the late .t thing out. Dr. Lockhart and wife of Wells were in the city .shop- ping Tuesday. Lein Williams of Jackson- ■ .* - tm-\ • 'i- '.'r i~ 'c 'p-' *r-"T "i— . f" "1 r* r rJE* Via'T 1-"< St"-: c Musiek of Jackson-\-illc i; spending a few days ville spent Saturday and Sun-; with relatives and friends day with relatives here, tl;is week. C. M. Diller attended the republican county convention at Jacksonville Tuesday. Rube Spark ma n of North Texas is visiting friends and relatives here this week. Mrs. Dacus of Livingston lias accepted a position with Blanton Bros., as milliner. E. A. Blount of Nacogdo- ches was attending to liis bus- iness affairs i,Lyc Tuesday. «.rt Arrant of Pam'sou is spending a few days with icd- auve/and fiinds this week. Misses Willie Pry or...

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