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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 May 1912

it C 7 8 ftliu iU;^Sku r« V. M r.:;'jca For Men a; *' ? V j 4 >!| ' A! >' * A"' i 1 V ' V-\ '* vi A- 8 W j. 4! v. j ft i V 5 ■H mSSk* Pb^/% rTt-.wiiJ ELasos b 3 fl d Young ^sn We will give vou . r. i | idea o< our clothing dep~ Col. Pump artment and the foiiowv ,j ^C11US ! an (-a'1 1'un,') ine line and prices; i; Otieen Quuiity and Boston !; ■ Smart M ck Pu.mp Wre" ; \\':us p i. Kid Colo'e? SJiitv blflk cravciict; • 5TQHWJRtV OT^-uiy N 1 1. 5 Eelmont Black Satin I ump $2.98 I Lade t Pat. Kid 3 Bar Fu-"t. Fancy Grav foFf £ f£ Oxford f-?,98 Mixture, Prices $ £ .-3W j Royal White Pump f. ^ Second, fancy . Tan mixture A< I )'■ *>M*K .. t & ** - -•♦•V " r stf-'-r ■ vV > >, lb- - lil if \ ; *1 o ^ rtf' !■ :fe. \ms vJfc'fj ' ; > i c ;iv e. v ;- rj ' ■* - : li 7T rjsj r < •« i $ STANM k -.0 - " f . t>;%a \ > #/ )tif\ ^Ip4 4 vi\,t ^ ^''''" 5j^rf!j33?5«•■' j Purr White Pique Pu. n S!.i)d • iP 5 Cream \\ a'.le C "iva - I*:::ii] £1,v (J | Third, fancy gray d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 May 1912

xmmmmm i I SI % Voi.l'MK XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY. 30, 1912 NUMBI-R 27 to the farmer:— We Want Your Banking Business and will take pleasure in extending you every courtesy and accommodation consistent with sou::;; banking. ; : : : : THE ALTO STATE BANK ' The Guaranty Fund Bank ALTO, TEXAS M. C. PARRISH, President F. F. FLORENCE, Active Vice-President T. D. MILLER, Cashier ENTERTAINMENT Thursbay Night At Pudlic School Auditorium Misses Mamie Latliem and [ij Bertha Bovd music and expres- |j sion teachers of the Alto'jg Public vSc1ic<j1 will ISi ci USAS^WOKKM New s-uriiiiure store rubiic Sclicol witl give a Uj recital Thursday night at the|M school auditorium and will he m assisted b}' the lite try puhils 1 of the school, and wi'1 eoi a j <if musical numbers, and r-.- id- lings. This is an inu-rcstiug Good Furniture Good PRICES. PRICES THAT SELL THEIR OWN GOODS Notice-To The Public j The Central Fur- niture and Storage Co, of Dallas has open- sleek of furniture and piogmu a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 May 1912

sBaasssamspBsag MHPvm or !i|; vr"' *t h «*vi -r* "i1 i-'f*' *' •51 elite w~«k^mkbs! she ( )I;j Hire s::t.*ijt Friday in • ruiis >\ ick. Ikl i :>. 3C-i JJ-.ukieroy || left Friday for Conroe where j;oes to be with Mr. K Mrs. Duprce <>[ \\ ell.-; spent last Friday in the city. T!i-:- Indies vt uler h >'-v Mrs- l .> manages £6 nm ?rve li?r youthful I looks. The 'i'L't -.Uv- I '- Prickly Asli Hitters, it la jw iIk-i the system in perfect order. Sold I lv. .\ ■ c• TTnrii on Drug Co, ta——T—rif; T>jT* MA -4 • oirifetl • SCJ -fJ V L<1 -lis *, 1 r.ts J ■ line insertion. '"ar;l of tlinn' s 3 <•'•::!. (>;.:' i- • ccir.*- IV 1 I'richlv A.sli u-rs cmvs the 1 kidneys, rc-guhu..■; liie liwr . tone I up the stom 'h and purifies the iiow.'is. S *!•'. 'iy A. 0. ilnrrison — — Dim; C- Smile at riefent ;or it is bet' ter to ;i;iv< t.'icvi aiv.l lost that never !<> h;tvc made an elioit.. I Miss Essie Durham of For- rest spent Friday in the city shopping. Miss Lena Ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 May 1912

NUMI TMi ALTO HERALD 15. i:. AI,MSN, EDITOR. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oik1 War $1.00 Six Months 50 Three Months 25 All subscriptions arc payable in nr.ranee. No name will be put 011 the Looks until paid for. "Brijjhcn up" < yporiutiitv 111 ly overlook you in the dark Real Estate eighty one and one half , acres four and one half miles If you wish to progress, ad v j south of Alto, on the Alto ertise. Things dont move on [and Lufkin road, one and one heir own accord; there is a I half miles east of Morrill, two eason for everything. room box house, new small barn, good well water, everlast- ing spring, about twenty acres I bottom in cu . al io", • - orl I pasture, all under 1' Livery and Feed Stahe Ready, Prompt and Efficient service Q t oil '-.ours, Special attention given to country poinis as well as neighboring own drives. Prompt deliv::-/ 2 specialty. Phom, us. u 1 re i Ijitered as soevnd-c'ass Jan. 3. 1 vol. at the postoffice at i Alio, Te>;a , un.ler act of March I 18. o# u Noti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 May 1912

pSSST l:W Mm* C'T%,. ■ -■, l' ' f 1—rival Closed. "MrwW The closed i.. U'.' l ilOl.l nucl.iv of two w c v sermoi ef the most lllis 11.\ ,1 l.as t-\A 1" 1) r idist. A u: 'optuie niyht, :iit' r gomi ft: o: \ . C: cm is om able ui:i:i or.-- !U ill'. 1 I!.' ALLEGED PLOT TO KILL TAFTi >& ® DEN TOOLS Cxrvirtvd Mu.i d\l i\ti2kurg Told Sensation;! Story To His Counsel •at pi . straight goods b jo: e his hearers, rcgaiaikss 61' v. bo he is and where from. His ser- mons were from the bible, alio those that wore converted iu solitaiy Vi.eu. | Riverside penitentiary niter ll), being convictcd of sending a !);)inb to Alexander R. Peacocw /T* .0 Pittsbuig, May -5 ~^'v ''bain D. Pastorious was sentenced in tlie criminal court here to day to serve four to six years confinement in under Brother Crnm brought to Christ bv simple truth that this ministtv ,i.i Carnegie and millionaire cap found in the bible, and not b; ! former p:.rtiier_ of Andrek all the death I e.l bad been created since came ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 May 1912

HLj*1 1 - .'.Wt^Ma, LOUD SUFFERERS ALMOST STARVING Supplies RushH F.rom New Cr'c?ns to Biaci: River Dis- trict ^Krh:f 1400 await Food New Orleans, May 27th— Stories of dirs "'''•■l ess among 1400 flood refugee in the vici* nity of Jeua, L>. in La. Salle parish, were received here to-- day by Dr. Oscar Dowlitig, president of the Louisiana Dr Mayer Newhauser. special in- spector of the b .ir;, who is in charge of the medical an i san- itary work among the refugees in the Black river sections Mr. New!' r: :* r said he had just completed a trip of twentv-five 111:!• up Black river and that 410.1 refugees, 950 white person;:, were clam- oring for food . • ire in need of medicine. Wanted-to sell you a nice new Bungalow in the heart e* Alto, large lot gooij water, a bargain term;-. G ,:"ti and Alle'i. News was flash :d over, the wires this morning that the ne- gro who commited the crim upon Miss j oli 11 son near Tyler a few days ago, was being mobbed and burued by an angry mob. He was ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 May 1912

HNMfM 6U— . M u-z-m fibMB •i,| m Professional Cards W^."«/W W. E.WATTERS Notary Public Alto, — - i exac, V* W '« JIIUlttUKUVICRViA ■ M, Crawford, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Alto, Texas, Res. l'hono 34 Office Phone Perkins, Imbodcn & Perkins LA WYKRS Practice in All Courts \V. .M . Imboden, Kti'.k K. 15. I'c-rkins; Rusk. James ). Perkins, Alto (el & DR. j. r HURS DENTIST office with Guinii's Drug Store SEE Wm. J. WOOD For up-to-date paint and paper hanging- Up-to-date interior decorating a speciality The Texas Welfare Commission 1 ho Commission Will Review Hie lnduslri-1 Life of State. The TtOommeivinl Secretar- ies and Business Men'g Association, . recognising Umt a wholesome public | -cntiinciit is the most powerful asset that a statu or nation can possess, '■:ui launched tho Welfare Commis- ion for the purpose of providing the people with dependable infor- mation essential to n more intel- ligent analysis of economic condi- tions, to t.lie end that our citizen- ship as a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 May 1912

■* A* W. Martin Die •■, A. C. HftRRISOK DRUG CO. A FULL LINE OF Drugs, Sundries & Stationery Prescriptions a Specialty SPE CIA We handle all kinds of coTcl drinks and ice cream Call around and see us when thirsty. y I 1 louse of Representatives. B My dear Sir; gjl Referringto your letter j5, jof the nth in star. . inclosing |jfl l|u commit.-.icu'.ion • 'dressed toiS ^mJXimEmmsau:«z£ «£2scrar?iarsi $ a I I .rIS i Honest Values A TO, sonatxa- TEXAS For the information of our red ers we publish the following .schedule of arrival and departure of tile Cotton- Belt trains at Alto: Belt Cotton Time Table, Tqe only honorablj' and honest way to stop a news paper is to step into the office and pay up all arrearage, get a receipt and have your name off the list. To fire your paper back at the publisher marked "refused" when you owe six months or a year, and never go near the office is not only disreputable, hut super/ latively dishonest as well. NORTH BOUSn No. 404. No. 402. . 8:52 a in ■...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 May 1912

MntM i."'* ' > : #■ v. tii '.r. • . m r i 4 * ij if DEnVCOS I5TCHD5RD rsniopoQK .3 v I i| if J' 1 ft.! ^ a 8 I 9 For Men and Young Men We will give you an idea or our clothing dep- artment and the follow/ ing line and prices; First, Fancy Gray Mixture, Prices vSeconcl, fancy y>' Tan mixture <y Third, ftmcv gray1 Tans and Serges $JJ 4tli, Fancy Tans C!>ti and .Serges Fifth,fancy Tan.1 and Serges 6th. fancy brown &QA grays and serges ^ ^U v V Seventh, Fancy CA Browu s ^ Uk La • %J v lv'ghth, Plain ^1"''/ i C A LADlESaud MISSES FOOT WEAR Oueen Quality and Boston Favorite Smart black Pump Wreps S3.88 Venus Pat. Kid Cololee S3.50 Nifty blals craveuette Col. Pmup S3,50 Venus Tan Calf Pump S3.50 Belmont Black Satin Pump $2.98 Kadi;t Pat. Kid ^ Bar Oxford S2.S8 Royal White Pnmp S2.50 Purr White Pique Pump S'l.83 Cream White Canvas Pump £1,3{ We have all kinds, [all styles i sizes, prices that please. -'•to zzzr*;;^y ■'( >*, ■- r;v -V -c , K i <■. - >• I § .v. fwy- ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 June 1912

-v. GL -V f ifff #m!I*I• • f •A c ^SiT'j •:'}?■}. ■*«-«•#«*.• ,whVv *-•• '**■ •'• v' ??p** ,1 Che BUto If-lerald Vol.I'M K XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE, 6,| 1912 Number 2.x TO THE FARMER:— We Want Your Banking Business and will take pleasure in courtesy and sound banking e ctending you every accomr: od^tion consistent with THE alto state bank The Guaranty Fund Bank ALTO, TEXAS M. C. FARRISH, President F. F. FLORENCE, Active Vice-Prestdcnt T. D. MILLER, Cashier FIRST CAR TOMATOES FROM CHEKOffi CO. DR. ROGERS DEAD . Died at liis home in Land- nun on last Sunday morning at six o'clock, with heart failure. Dr. Rogers drove all the clay before, and came in late at night, and after retiring slept well untill morning, lie arose earlier than usual and while breakfast was being pre- pared walked around in yard and on returning to the house, played with the baby in the (.he position he now. has kitchen where-his nrife^wnjr, apou 'wh'<>m thiVliiirh li preparing freakfast. Soon after t...

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

wSm;* jm' ■ ra£ >2 vi i *1 7' * ) ' | httn&i *i vrr {[ r $8; (' I IS r 5. A. C. HARRISON DRUG CO, A FULL LINE OF Drugs, Sundries & Stationery Prescriptions a Specialty SPEC! A We handle all kinds of cold drinks and ice cream Call around and see us when thirsty. I1 ATO, TEXAS £l For the information of our red ers we publish the following schedule of arrival and departure of the Cotton Belt trains at Alto: NORTH BOUND Belt Cotton Time Table iMi^s p101? *;ic,ie w.ri&ht i who has had charge or the second priiiiary department of Alto public scliool returned to her home in Rusk last Sat- urday. Miss Wright has made la very able teacher and is lov- ed by all her pupils and has made many friends who regret to see her leave. Books to rent by Reading Club, at io cts. per week 5 cts per day, extra after one week. For futher information, phone Miss Addie Pyle-Librarian No. 404. No. 402. No. 401 No. 403 ,. 8:52 a 111 •5:i5 P "i SOrTH BOUND l.OCAI.S .9:36 a 111 • 7;21 p in 'North B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 June 1912

HOW TO TELL THE AGE 05 THE TT — ■■>,-■ — - At pine' "PPer mo^vs; I years the uippes shown mostj' lowei teeth to 1-^ep your, ! rounded aonerance. Little reni-i MOISC I*1. Suu icctliij^ coudlt- and to inner side; ,oqts and soft food tfQRSE " apperance. Little reni-|.i The central nippers are con J .tins of the dental bone, bnlM9n* siderabey worn, and the nex I begins to show the dental star. ~ pair are beginning to show I At ten years the same changej without an ^nemy, the mark t>f age. The tush lias I on the middle ones. At eleven Heaven help the man wlo now protruded^ and is fully! the same change on the corn- half au inchs in height, and jer ones. At twelve the corner has a rounded prominence with groovp;? on the inside. At five >pars the horse's mouth is almost perfect. At six years the mark of the two central nippers is entirely worn out. audon the next pair the mark is shorter, broader and fainter, and on the corner pair the edges of the enamel are more regular, the sur...

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

vrr" #;—,, V ^iiii fl iw3S5i • :.)—'—•— t * ' 4 'if-, i!s (i A NOTED WEDDING Mr. and Mrs William \V. Holland • ■ • i I invite you to 1 >e jvvseiit fat th. marriage of their dan t Lucilc to Mr. JauiesMonroe Cook on Tuesday evening) the 4H1 of June nineteen 1 at ij.o'i lir.pli: t .'K Oveiton, Texas Sif'h was the inv:' .' m■ tliat 1 •(■'.. ' ' ' '1 ' • '«!•.ti> re: !itiv<... ... . friettcis \s it liess tile e • •• :• 1; at ' he I '' ne?1 \ !' ii mure apnropri:il.tr tl'>x could there be for the union cf hearts, than the mouth ot June, when the whole world is a,:low with natures beauti- fi'.l folate, !'lowers, and love v.hicli is the fonratiou ci ail that is good and pure, when we arc reminded that coy- Dan Cupid is still at his cunning, entangling' the very heart j .strings of true, and trusting | lovers and never forsaking his post until the merry chitues ot wedding bells are heard and the tender words,"I'nto Death Do lTs Part" are spoken. Mr. Cook has been Sttperin- dent a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 June 1912

MY BOW June i, 1912! Magic date. For twenty years I've dreamed of being connected with a news paper, and at last that dream is about to be real-' ized. From now on I am go-, lti^ to b'j collector if I !i"ld a' paper containing a jVw fi;>mcs before your eves, or if y> n n- cei\c a slip tlrcUg'.; J: mail', or o!: crw.se'y, gentlv urging |j| you to pav your bn . jl:a^ n j the lie:aid don't jump, get scared or rrt\ti;ing ii^L th..t. Printing a paper is a purely,c BARBERS business proposition, aj much If so a painting, teaching, nu.T-!<knsicst Shaving, Stylish chandising, or anv '.her vo-j«Hair Cuts, Ilot and C61d cation. 1 he editors :n ; he • j' Batnes. Acreuts for the M :'7- '..rfiT a rattlesnake, which had bitten both. Running to the house she found her baby of a year drowned in a tub. The boys died in the night Residing a distatce from phvsi iciaus, they received no me lie* : al aid. j a -i 1 -- r- 1'*. I). Jovner M. L. Heiuenway The Alto Ice Co. : i'srauarruniBssr/; r.ys M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 June 1912

^iw.1 '^.saMMP m- n m Hi I i THE AL."i*0 HERALD cd- Yen cnji generally judge _ of tin occupants of a house hy| KflRS K. K. ALU I'.DlTOl I the co'.ul.tijn in which the Real Estate eighty oiv and one h ilf, IJverv and I'tvc! Stale SUBSCRIPTION HAIC ()ne Year Six Months-. • • ifhree Month-.. All subscriptions arc advance. No name will he put on the books until paid for. j front and back yards are kept- In a general sense we a 1 i ride ourselves on being eleau- und t id v. Home and its >| (>I surrotm l"i js above all places • v in the \\ should be scrnp- ■""jously ; . ' led against con- pay;.'>]e :: 'taminn1 mi<•■ mfluuces. . t I i v v; attention given to country y '• • ora drives, Prom ft delivery .1 ::p:cia! y lvntered as second-class matter Jail, 3, lyoi, at the post office at Alto, Texas, under act of March 3. IS79. Notice to the Public. ' PAtiy erroneous refleetion upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation, which may appear in the col...

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

v - Professional Cards W. E. WAITERS Notary Public Alio, — — • To.r.s, Crawford, M. D, Phy-.ician ri:id Surgeon. Alto, Texas, Res. I'hono 34 Office Phone 27 EMPIRE BUiLDiNG The Currents of Civilization Flowing Tex a sward—69,000 Homeseekers and $12.'<,GC0,« 000 of Property Moving Into Texas Annually. DON'T BE CONSTIPATE Perkins, Imboden & Perkins LAWYERS Practice in AD Courts VV. M. Imboden, Rusk B. B. Perkins; Knsk. James I. Perkins, Alto | <a< $ DR. J. C. HURST DENTIST OFFICE WITH 's Dru(sf Store d S E E wm. j. wooi) < Fcr up-to-date paint AND PAPfc.fi HANGING- , Up-to-date interior decorating a SPECIALITY Hi one Number 88 l)r J If. Uaniaoy Office Over HARRISON DRuG "I DYNAMITE IS FIRED 2 to 5 p. m.j TO BRING NEFDED RAIN G1 There is no more inspiring scene than to watch the growth of an em- pire, and no viewpoint is more io- •truciive than to sit by tiio highway >f civilization and watch the cur- rents of progress sverp life and prop- erty Texas ward. Along the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 6 June 1912

II, 1; i* < *, i • * i 1 J it \ • f I' . Ill !' • \ i j !! Large slii{3:uc?it of new (It-ess goid of liinds just rv/nved, including Silks, Mulls, Linens. Corduroys, Sheer White Goods and Yoils. LACES All kinds i f Laces, Embroideries, and Juttons. :::::: i '. ms*. >r * "l A s I'M THE m i OitOw. • assemblage of the ex- j [n th< newest Goods A A i i A H A ile hats are jnodle ghttuliy express tin and most beautful fusions of the season. These are dressy hats, trinied to please the most exact/ ing. See our line and get our prices before buying. We want to move our entire stock of Millin- ery during June; we expect the quality of the hats and the price tr to do it- SHOES The Merry Shoe is made by T. I). Berry 11 e makes mens nice Shoes only to sell trom to "one pair sells another." <5.00. Concenctrated study and effort is put forth to make this the greatest and best shoe on the maket for the price. Every shoe is guaranteed byhim„ Every shoe is guaranteed by us. LET US FIT YOU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 June 1912

/ ' he Blto IMerald odtlS ,cveii < tin Volume X^I ALTO, ?EXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE, 13,1912 Number 29 TOMATO GRNWERS We want you to deposit your money in this bank and we wijl be glad to extend you every accommodation consistent with good banking. „MAKE THIS BANK YOUR BANK" % THE ALTQ STATE BANK The Guaranty Fund Bank ALTO, TEXAS M. C. PARRISH, President F. F, Fl^OtUNCE, Active Vice-Prepident T. D. MILLER, Cashier First Car May Roll-Uncertain fMie first^par of tomatoes is bteipg loaded, but it is rather uncertain as w:e go to press as to whether it will be shipped to day. There are some three hundred or more crates, and if a suf- ficient number comes in from Dialville, R^dlawn and pthers points this af lernoon, the car wilt possibly roll. The stock is very fine and will be sold to the highest bidder. , , Since obtaining the above information, }ye have learned that (several h'unared addition- al crates have beqi brought in and the car will in all proba- bility, be shipped today Jackson...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 June 1912

iMBK V IP it ' Belt Cotton Time Tabic Vol information of our re<l ers wc publish tlie following | she died at 3 o'clock juries lit.in which vesterdav after- | Hef he:• ri.1,4 \v;r iniparied and she did not heal .he warnings , , , , ,i c'ivcn dv th■ irft'u crew. Her schedule ol arrival and departure- h J of the Cotton licit trains at Alto: right arm completely severed. NOKTn j:ot NH She 1. \ <■•- i i ; lighter. Mrs. No. No • soi TII uorNP ■s-5- •' 1:1, H. vS. k 'Aland, Jr., of this ;>5 1'111;city, and three .'."lis living in |different portions of the state. No., .jol No. 4 '3 ■ LOCALS North IjOtUul—No. .|2 South bound- -No, 41 . q ;jjt> :t 1)1 .7;; I J> r.l . .0.5: a 111 12:85 p in A Church Will Be Organized Say Mister Say, Mister, cause juti ik. 1 lerald, in old To all landmark Baptist, in Alto aud vicinity who hav ex- pressed your willingness and desire to go into the organisa- tion of A landmark Missionary Baptist Church in A'to will ' ase nice; at the Prisbaterian...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 June 1912

Mmmiki wmewtewiK: •1 ^WP«* I f^v.-waMiiiiii'iMmiraiatriii'riirnttMra.''. i 1 8 Personals Patronize the fanner's store of Knykendall & Jones at Brunswick, Texas. *11—11 !■ MB' IFi I Rates For Special Notices: Locals 5 cents per line for each Mr. and Mrs. William St m ™ mers left last Friday for their home in Lindale. lrs-'crlioii. ' arc! uf than/.* 3 c (ibi'tliaries 2 *,j cent pel" 1:111 Arvie Coleman of Rusk spent last Thtiraday in the city.' Miss May Gibson of Rusk |spent a portion of last week Mrs. Inn !>.'Ib.cus spent ),ere ^th relatives and friends iist Thursday 111 Lufkm. j I We have a city lot in spent la>t j Arransas Pass Texas' thats Will Crouch Thutsdav 111 Rusk. Henry Berrymau sp:ut one day last week "in Jacksonville. Price application. vriiinu &. Allen , Re; No troblc to show poods at for sale, owner lives in Georgia. Lot 19- Block 291. cu. Real Estate ouf store,1 whether you buy or . JvCV- S^ick of Rusk filled not. Knykendall & Tones, ^s regular appoint...

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