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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 May 1912

OMBW • ■ ■ : -*SsaSi <.W'^Wy-* ■ ■ rmm & kjg.M' -•'••; •l y v:r. MM# ' P cal for m< in< lai iVl \ lfl to th 111 It li 11 p / ° \ . I l? . f 4 lv ; i i ^ f V • jfc _ _ v * Livery and Feed Stable Ready, Prompt and Efficient servicc at all hours, Special attention given to country points as well as neighboring own drives. Prompt delivery a specialty. Phone us. J, P. wdc >1) & SON ! preparing to give each hog I three ears and a piece.—Bo- gata News. Groceries are always the freshest at Agnew's. Thfc Ax Man. During thfc,, last twelve iiiortths a large number of ne- groes have been brutally tnur- dtrcd by some porsuii of t per- sons in Texas and Louisiana. I every instance, melt, women jind innocent little children have been brained with an yix as they lay asleep in their homes. The indications all point to the murderer as be- ing a negro, for an ax is the favorite weapon of the African. No matter whether lie be black or white, 1 hope he will soon be apprehended, and m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 May 1912

An Inconsistent Iconoclast. He was an idol smasher true, He took 'etu right and [eft; "Flayed 'em black and blue And left 'em most bereft. He beat one of 'etu for office— yes. And ssinued a couple more They really couldn't iind any rest This side o' the other shore. But after he got to the capitol He lost his sense of right; Proceeded to embrace an idol And vanished out o' sight Now he is a losing man He will land in offjqe no more; He really has nothing to gain Have tackled William arid Therodore, His deuiocrary has proven un- sound We'll retire him in July, I say For having turned arotiud, His game shows up, a play —By Matt Willson Helps a Judge in Bad Fix. Justice Eli Cherry, of Gilfs Mills, Tenn. was plainly worried. A bad sore 011 his k'g had baffled several doctors and long resisted all rem- edies. "I thought it was a can- cer," he wrote. "At last I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and was completely cured." Cures burns, I,oils, ulcers, cuts, bruises and files' 25c at all druggist...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 May 1912

igBNSPV ( P\1 ft. '.,n'jj«m i-. «njr.v,'i' ^J"u '«J cr—vtttt -—'-whbmmmmi mm ;u ^ V , ;n „^vf>. J&* ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ l^_ U -...^-^, —limn wml i^ > WfwwuB %«wv *m m mimn*mv+ ivm^j^iiww— «■ ■—■yumwunr^ >J">*"" ■ — uv>m .w i t w mil " ■— —« •— ii P ^ HQ $ f * r1 O KPntelfoiriO *W*fl w^lMl m IIi ill>0fiiili&J^ Ui 1 dvt \j-* m^ V* \3";; TELEPHONE MESSAGE OVER o *„,« I"inks, Detroit S p c c i a ' iALL0-~:3,'i lu 1 as was ever made, (wears like a pig s / "" nose,) in any size you want t ,c!. " Jumbo Brand, as good as there is made in Texas for cjocts, Hoys >.;/•.• ior - cts. ()ur srav sti 'k i: cosn- , v—plote e:a' r u • •; i:n« ' every kin:, last, {•;. and leathers. Also Su . .c.>. \cpps, 1 .• ladies; Oxfords in the latest n >•-•■. a: ' leathers tor men. White Canvas to :;r- rive within a few days. See them be- fore buying. We want vmir shoe bus— OS SATO Hello Central, give me Mr. Reader! Say? We want to teil you about our Kuppenheimer and Spero Micheal Superio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 May 1912

r - • *, V%. pgr™ lift, * ,<c V Hi U ri H I S, =*l uentl itigi Mrs! erics iiiaaf s. t oil Fri-| ladvl W\ .lodsj oscJ is, dies | itur- ablei ines.| is. rcstij attifl etc^ uick I i by SEo-V ^ vVv' x-:> Voi.tlMK XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY. 16, 1912 Number 25 mtrxaaix ! TO THE FARMER:- v7c \7ani; '/our Banking E Me eting F< •• Mc:i Only W hat will jKolxilv he 11 ■.e , w mo.-1 im;< r ir t meeting t!iat;tf Altq lias had '11 a !rr,.'. tiuio'H ..^Kr.toW \SfcSEXEK3SK23 , .'"mTO"-: tr2Pfi *!5 WK a >iiV *>Ii£K T< > 1 1 - CCI end will ta!:c f5 )urtc: c in extending you every a :;inrn'ji.:tion consistent v/iih will/he h.:ld Ci.nrcli J.i xt It t:ir i-iulda fit: w • J1 I i' *■1 r \\ 1!. Ct men tnct .-! h M\ JIM ; j r!5"V ^ ! J U </ ( <>*BT A rrir ~i b a A i i'j D5 * iJiiiSJ:! [lie Guaranty Fund Bank ALTO, TEXAS M. C. PARR1SH, President F. F, FLORENCE, Activc Vice-President T. D. IVTCLL:~R, Cashier t 1 I'll 4 1) O" c • men fatly. f; i .• !. V l.Jvangle*t ; wiio....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 May 1912

immw _ cal for mc iin lai iVl la to tt 11 11 li 13 I ( ( D j 1 Prolcssicr.r.* Csrd? W. E. WAITERS Notary Public ' ' t Alto, — -- Texas, J M# Crawford, M. D. Physician r,;ul Surj'.vor,. Alto, Texas, Has. Phono 34 Office Plume 27 ALL WOMEN ^X'lio suffer with the ailment-; of their sex are in need 0! the great strengthening, cleansing and regulating properties of It puts the liver, stomach and bowels in fine healthy condition, builds up the nervotis system, strengthens the body, clears the com- plexion and changes a poor, tired, discouraged woman into one of : psrkling good health and cheerfulness. Oct the Genuine with the Figure "3" In Red on ■ rjyt Label Priw ft.00 per bottiff JJold by Druggists. Professional ( r?rc!r? ' WHEN HUNGRY SEE Elbert Watters. THE OLD restaurant : man |VST .VKOSS THE ST I EKT !• ROM I"HI. CONTINEN- TAL STATK h\' Perkins, Imboden & Perkins LAWYERS Practice i:i All Courts W. M • Imboden, Rusk B. B. Perkins; Kusk . James 1. Perkins. Alio DR. J. C. HURST DEN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 May 1912

■i • The Christian Mother. N'Av, suppose Chrit should come into your home. rirst t lie J wife a nd motliei;' would feel his presence. Religion almost always begins here. It is easier i« r women com'.- Christian-! than men. Tlicy do 11 t against God. If A Rongcd Man. The Hennessey, Oklahoma, Clipper found the foKovitig letter in a mail box the other morning: "Mistei' editor: I want to fi;,h t lis so woman templed man 01 initially away from holiness, now she tempt him back again. She may not mak nnv fins about it, bat somehow, c orvbody :.i tin- ii <• I: uov.-s that there is a elv.uv e in t c wife find mother. S.;l el i Jes Jt::e chil- dren more gently. Her face lights:: :ir. :et i mc s with an unearthly „'i"W. She goes into , sou.c i.u.jKu ied 100111 for a little while, . nd the hus- band goes n>.t ufter her nor a^ks her why she was there, tie knows without asking that she has been praying. Th" husband notice1? that her face is brighter than on the day when years ago they stood...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 May 1912

\ i v . " —m Mp> i . ■ ■ ^r^yiirr'' 1 4 cal f()l" 1)K iii( lai iii la to ti- ll 11 li n I c < Stl/mtv Ma, -\p:il 2-| :q:j Dear Sir:— Owing to the fact tint a great many of the statistics pertaining to our line were burned up in Mr. Stewart'- car at the time of the un- fn:' •••-♦o accident in January. [ find v. not in position to give definite i.: r.nni:' *i tn a grc if many •*: ps::* > • t: t are coiniir, int-i '.u wilt< 1101 >f:i:a i 'li i.i 'Jij c:;i..:e ruiruy. I know this is going to be I a hard ta-k, I ut I only ask ■ i n to give it t i me's > that I i may exploit this information , • lirongli'oi t i lei ritory that we Inn i > in;.-: tin our section of the coliiiU'> against a.I others' Yours truly W. ID-1- " .<«. t*r%' L Ml • v;.'.e t t lit WO( ni' ,,i, to compile this in! such shape a ; would be live. In order ikat I nia\' further assistance to ■■ J asking yon to fully aj . the fact tha^ I cannot s ;• over the line at once an L-vei vhad v, I would t ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 May 1912

. ■/> ■ • • * j - \ * . .".I"." r -r# « «. A tl V THE ALTO HERALD K. K. AI.LKN, I'll)itor, SUBSCRIPTION RATES Out* V car $i.oo Six Months 50 Three Months 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No rime will be put on the book-, until paid for. closed his school here Ktiday with public exhibition. Prof. Bates- lias proven himself a worthy teacher, and has the good wishes ol the entire com- munity. Lapiloma. A Sad Death Entered a> second-c'ass matter Jan. 3. 1901, at the postofiicc at Alto, Texas, unJer act'of Match 3* '^79* Notice to the Public. ' Any ertoneous reflection iipou the' character, standing or reputation of • *uy person, firm or corporation, | which may appear in the columns sf The Herald will he gladly cor- rected upon ils being brought to the attention of the publishers. Cold Springs Dots Every thing is moving along as usual in this community. Crops are looking fine especial- ly tomatoes. No one is sick in this community that we know ef. Misses Lintiie Pane o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 May 1912

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 May 1912

V 4 T-" '.tmr iur THE ALTO HERALD K. IC. .\I,I,1'N, l'"DITOK. SUBSCRIPTION RATES ((tit- Y< nr Si .of Six Mor.tlw [Time Months J5 [All subscriptions are p:v::Mc in advance. Mo tinmvr will im put on the books until paid for. Boosters accomplish at least two things; they increase the population and attract th • at- tention of Capital. Keep a pushing and a pnl1- in f, and ii v. i l not he lout; b;fore o:1kt:; j 'rj in and Estate 4 5 room cottage, good loca- tion, real cheap and terms t suit. A Bargain—io-room h '.'iliguteii the burden. that 3ath an I other «ouveuieue< he!u ":!c °f the best local! ir> the city, 2-acrt* lot, g< ■ > I wat g >od garden. Would ( |jVichange l(/f ; nan. lit Is this love of appreciation lime, a weakness? If so, men are very weak, they cannot get along at without this sort of bolster- on-- up—that is, th~> majority ;;elll, > .! any of the precious ■ v!cc to women'* and you .'•'•e how womankind is cause women don't care for comniendation. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 May 1912

t"WH?jbh rJ HP 4 *-~W& 3ggftKSW Z~r ■'■/ -— , ,0r.rr m 1 v, >« i ri' 1 liBvc-rv and Feed Stabe Ready, Prompt and efficient scrvice at all hours, Special attention riven to ccuntry points ac well as neighboring Ovvn drives. Prompt d livery a specially. .r n.' l:J. el < P. WOOD • v / w • .'«> • •vmrumi up the charges made against him by Maftin Dies, and ex- plained matters to the .satis- faction of his hearers, lie also gave his views upon mat ters of National importance, and stated that he would stand upon the dcmoi-rat' ' platform and vote as instructed by the people if .'d with the ol- ffci: which iv 1 ■ eli: Villt. BiiUI!; !'. 8L "2323003 A spcci.r arrangement wi W ft WSBEZ1MZE3SW'.-Kvl - . Z.ZSZ-* I; ~ ~ „ | | i Personals !• l s L 'I miwwiinwr" MKawmw Rates For Spccial Notices! Locals 5 cents per line for each irsertion. ' aril of tha-.i.'-s 3 cents jhr line- Obituaries 21:: cents jx*r line. Mrs. Scrogins of Forest spent Friday in the city. Mrs. Kd BircUoug is; \:sit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 May 1912

V ;.,Vi i.w-r«wi n iy< .1 iini A. C. HARRISON DRUG CO, A FULL LINE OF Drugs, Sundries & Stationery Prescriptions a Specialty SPE CIA We handle all kinds of coM drinks and ice Call around and sec- ns when thirsty. ' i iva'.iy acid ;oi*t:ly jcalfsI s— j can nwt r hope to sneered The universal brother h«c.d ot' man is vvustautly cfem-d || and the end of time will ap- pear before this great desidera- tum can be brought about, unless nian shall be brought to the realisation of this, his 'dominant weakness. Let him inquire, "Who is my neigli- i boi?" FT^ZSK.r::Zul£Z&3- b-K^rntwr'vrMKfi >j.2r rp;ma«g>r" -ZSMir&ZMBBmx 3 i V cream ALTO, TEXAS Belt Cotton Time Table For the information of o>tr red ers we publish the following schedule of arrival and departure of the Cotton Belt trains ai Alto: No. 404. No. 402. NORTH IlOt'Np SOUTH BOUNn .8:52 a in .5:15 p m No. 401 9:36 a m No. 403 7;2i pni LOCALS North Bound—No. 42 •.. -9:52 4 111 Scrnth Bound—No. 41... 12(85 p 111 Hu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 May 1912

i --v..-- ' J \, A fhk. k)0 tl t^< v- /<"> fV'"- *~%i~* bin* si ¥ p B\j h g <w \. fe A ^ r® rS. ^ In o, iP> C S « ■ • <rf h s i. $ u d B ts i I r Z ^S| * T E I l< P h r1 p i, t i g « lii-^f LS NE ,.. f? 1 i i\ f*j.—«,' ^ ^rx V *£&$■) J"%S&s. tf% A F *,V A v4^M kA-1 it*. rW. A '"'■*>■ *"** .-V \ J fyM/J~ .'' /' M. -■&■ 8 V Hello Central, give me Mr. Reader! Say? We want to tell you about our Kuppenheimer and Spero Michel Superior Made coithing. posL'-r.\; you do not kno w th::;". V/hat we want *fc/t y to say is thisj If when you have purchased a suit from us, the workmanship proves to be bad, or the material defective? or the stvle is net correct in evety detail and do not look fcetier and give \ ott 1-etter wear than any suit you L ought or the price, we- . ill OVERALLS as was ever made, (wears IiKc 'J- e.) in any size you aant ■ 11 o 1 (i J Ira ud< as ■ od t:. " ■ in Texas for i, . ! : ; • SHOPS-"-"'■■ ■ •■J's sO LU and leathers. A > Sa lad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 May 1912

"V 1 odust ■J .event - ctlic VOI.UMK XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912 Nt'MRKR 2(> MRBlJnK .MMllfmH. Ir TO THE FARMER:-- \v/e Want Your Banking Business an j v/i CO'.! - / t ike pleasure in e xtending you every ;n.d accomn oditijn consistent with S 1 I < HE ALTO STATE BANK The Guaranty Fund Bank ALTO, TEXAS ' PARRISH, President £ LORENCE. Active Vice-President i- . C v . D Cashier • nr*ww-- trmmMZtm Morr.il 1 Motes. Mrs. Ed more Butterfield of Winona has been visiting Miss Bertha Boyd this week. Rich;1 :\1 Wallace who has been quite iii is reported better this week. Rev. K. AT Bateman ol Kirby ville visited Morrill friend's We (hi e s d a y. Miss Bertha Boyd made her usual weekly visit to Jacksonville. Mr. Brittain of St Louis vice president of the Cotton Belt Ry. was here Wednesday. Miss Alma Nicar visited the Campbell family Wednesday. Miss Corinc Campbell spent part of las' week in Alto. Mrs. Mattie Vassarleft this week for Cleburne where she goes to be with her siste...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 May 1912

Sf.-'fflm- -vi ^:agp-^ .£• ■■• *mmm -fHWW—iBL? Mk. ^■ 4^ \ > «t kr-mW** LI mTWin',"w Professional Cardg W. E. WAITERS Notary Public Alto, — «j \H Persons Inclined to Prevari- f cate Should Move to Texas Where Truth Abounds. Texas, ji To tlio persons who come to 'I exns, [ J tJie things vrc have, spunk in such i htmdering tones iliut they can hard- A Revolution fii Adver'.np Methods. Some days n;:< a circus ii: another city advertis d in the daily newspapers and did not use the billboards. This was an unparalleled case. Since sVofossioiml ( arris its Cause and Ho-.v to Ci:re it. Kat too much, Stomach feel* blo.ited, All out of sorts hoar anything we say, hut telling j tl10se circuses were est tblished, the Dou'i feel like work to-day. , . . . r I've another case of l.ilioitsi.i advertising f departments ol Guess LV^OVOfettTVUbimi I • .* 'I" * D.VJ T . ri;u.?lBf.« 'Take anything?" , . - , , ■ , institutions have he/ ....... • *.in •• :.«t no vc * v : lieved that billboard adve. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 May 1912

p\;' i *.:-y 'T" Keep vour troubles lo youi lvvery member (if u commmii- self; while j-ou are telling ty and especially every pa- Llieiu you ar; talcing up theireuts should take a deep ir.- tnnc i'i the woman who waiting to tell h'crs. terest in the public school. U is not enough to pay your school tax without coinpiaii.- o , • c r ine, <>r to know that the br 'nkniij of lire escapes we .... , , .1.1 ! teachers are qua ihed, nor is heard a woman say that her •. , , , , i ., , r it even enough to ke^ti your husband was the greatest fire , ,, ■ • , , 1 , - , , ' , , 'children in scJioo1 regularly escaper on rcord—he lias not * , , r • , V r ■ f " you aiv really interested in built, a hrc m over forty ;.i J ■■ • , , . , - jtne sunjeci as you should be -c',rs' von should visit the school A western Kansas e.litor regularly and persiVtly. lv w has st, : ted this ;;-m out into: people have any idea what an the world without his name incentive it is to both teacher rl sell avi r and s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 May 1912

BnWl 0K ** . itflw ■ Jv : &Sl£ti*m ' ... .. ■ ■- ■ ' y ■ ttfk ' ? V v - 1 - I - I t > Cold springs Notcc '1 hers is a nice new house . r . . . , i which has never been used | After wait nil', for another , nd the church, and a cold spcl to blow over 1 will!J e{t k.n nt.ar by fllli t)f attempt Jo -.yr.te omv more. u ,rettk.sl ^tables you rl he cool nij' iits v.e have. Inc.: Some Iivc rca] estate! having bring1 back <o my r, ;n Jnj ht lll!lke a pf)0(1 deal mind ih'.r loll: bitter winter garden tools by seeing the owner of that1 through which we have y,A houc(. f ,ien. j • al..„ another '! 'rood looking house in front of ':••• 1 t0 of Mr. Gaston that needs a i slu ret bui One (;f our dear old school | iioiisc i uerc i passed wlien throughout, the struggle for i1 " , rnilauei.t oegm 'nt g but the "eear has _ can;:.,, jr]j. ^ jf. j ycarf since tho e c..i'ling b:ast on.:, q;ht g >oai and despondency aver our land. Thi e winterv : boys by the name of lvd Justice winds have lon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 May 1912

WTB8 & i 'HE ALTO HERALD K. ALLEN, liuiTbK. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Mil Ail . oar •. Monthn ;■ Months ;il >-■ ri]>lions are . .iiK'c No name . $> I .'■!) payabl' in will In- 3>i:i Noticc To ! he Farmers' Institute Of Alto and Vicninity The Texas S'ate Farmers institute will couveueinannual session at Cr l lei Station, Tex- Roal Estate Tried To E it Cor!; eighty one and ope half j New York. May 16-Suggestive acres lour and one half miles! of awful suffering from hungry south of Alto, 011 the Alto and Lufkin road, one and one as July 26. 191 for the pur-; Half miles east oi Morrill, two pose of discussing some very room box ' house, new small important tpa. uious, to-wit; harn, good well water, everlast-1 men lashed upon it. their ".1 itu'u.-> were filled with Miial'- pieces of cork w^ich 111 iy haze been taken front lift pe eer indeating according to 1) . LS French Oceaie's surgeon tint sen\er\ made by olticers ofjthmeu might liave been ave md thirst by t'lre.* victims...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 May 1912

I Ift •w"" 'wmm • . MPS® r ,; •- ^'ffiiiiKSJea®^^ -^i- CIRL T3 ASSAULT ED NLVJ u \ott proc rune you Dizziness, wrtifto, (Mind «t..:-. ■ •• n i V h:::. tor another, v >. advertise ' ws sallow a>nipIexio:i, (liUulciie. I Ally!:, d c« Railroad *. and !•! r T, re: .t . J Arms Cut. Tyler; Tevas. M • : ' Miss C'.irri'.: May }< !ni in, vfi year old d-.ughtei 01' \V. j,oilii.so:i, was assaulted :ib 3 o'clock yesterday afte r one mi'..: from tl:is city. Mi s John 0.1 was O'-. ,ray to Tv t 1 lo i'o some *' ing and she was walking the Cotton licit R:: tracks when : 1,.c v : at' I ler tliroat was cm. t s .■ lar vein being barely i several ugly gashes were in her face; her tcet! knocl;.. d out and on partly crush; d ski: She left home about i When site did m : n-f in the a:'tvrn< on, a sc. begun,, which eon fin nieht and until (i oY:' ,iur own ,: >rity, i: i t !v. f smallne.' an id ind the t lierc aU than yourself, iii/- ad- another When arc t u ere!i', i- I <ii L on liear a ' ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 May 1912

V. m ^.'-it.—kir-.I., « t.1 r c Ci b°' A FULL LINE OF Su Stationery Prescriptions a Spec ia It Recently the baseball ediltM of a metropolitan paper wis sunt to report the sermon of a new ministar as the religious editor was ill. This is the uusssrzBa&r COT i H t. SPE CIA We handle all kinds of cold drinks and ice Call around and see us when thirsty. cream ALTO, TEXAS Guile a|8 ast Sun- 'i « ' —ciiiirelj; ti j,! ow uiiit; to the pres.-nee of ; ' d new s'.ar and the box of boos i>., tors was anxious for a line o: he turned in: bunch w o; present • | day even ins; at tlu l|I his work, ta tainlv there .■rfot uic Kev. is cer-|$ with the goods I to the satisfac- tion of .;11 pre sc ut. •vi t n and p $ - •': the fact that this was his ins: R appearance on the local ''grounds he was a bitlo ner- vous the first inning. ue.iv 5 Bc!t Cotton liii r*s> IIV 1m,r ilu' information of our red • : - we publish the following s i (Uil-.* of arrival ami departure (jf tlie Colt m Dolt trains ai...

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