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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 June 1912

/ <4 n 68 Mil o > v m z 1; f l' ' It i It i ii — I ? III \c f > r I 1 11= r--V P- ' r- ■• K ■* r- ' r- r- • r- > ^ pf r. rv-'rtJ ii'J i« >r.-i1 • r-L- ' r- ■ ■— r- • j—v j i— F TUB GREAT JULY STOCK REDUCING SA THE BIG 4 e n ** r> DOOR f cteas FJB£SMBi A Great Event For The Buying Pu n We appreciate the tact that our business has been perfectly satisfactory this spring, yet we find that our store is packed from floor to ceilng with all kinds of up-to-date seasonable - _ 1_ J ' _ f'' \ J i_ _ • t i I f m . 1 . t f < ■( I 1 < . < * < r~*. We cordially invite you to attend this great sale, buy your goods and save money. Read catefuily the prices quoted below. Sale Begins July 2nd, Contirmeing For 20 Consecitive Days; Don't Forget The Date July 2 to 22,1912 ■ Extra Special. Thursday July nth, we will sell men's ioc handkerchiefs, from 9:30 to 10:30, three for 15 cents. RZ299E2 35£& ?flar* - t "_yr. :. -±t~ . Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! As advertised, we carry f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 June 1912

75c sale pnco 5 . p Men's poriu knit underwear, worth 25 to 35c, sale price 19c. Men's balbriggan, white and tan, worth 50c, sale price 43c. Sfrvi Ladies Ready to Wear Department * Ladies' Skirts, handsomely tailored, grey, bine, black and tan. Lot No. 1. Our 8.50 and 10.00 sale price 7-79- Lot No. 2. All our 5.50, 6.00 and 6.50 values go in this sale 4.87. Lot No. 4- All our 3.50 and 3.75 values, sale price 2.97. Corsets We are sole agents for the American Lady Corset. 1.00 value on sale at S9C. Our 1.25 value on sale at 90c. Our 1.50 value 011 sale at 1.28. Our 2.00 value on sale 1.7S. r DESIGNED 2V Spero. Michael &SoM .]<> bolts Grasmcrc batisI^i^n^f'ToT?; gnlar ia'jc values on sale onlj*... 9 | We w ill close out the remainder of\ value, sale price 19c 10 bolts cotton silk foulard, beautiful pattern, worth iSc|our ladies and misses tailored and ready ^^^1 ^1™ J£J. packri£e 14c to wear hats at actual cost as our trimmer Dress pins 5c value sale price 3 papers.5c 1 ..11-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 June 1912

" ' ■• "•• * T^" .1'* rote W.I Alto, J *' T) A ReS'i Perk ? \v. ^ (3 F AN I DE: P V H 8 C v V m. f- r ■ * a HP s"?cr Snlfi P.icL 0'U"'v c3 Sonic towns would grow j ! faster if some pec/ple would j move taster. where- is, we <I iii- '\\t>iJi:i r I'.uuect..; try details of - ':• . 'ores th'.s Miuph; and t vnithful : •uiml uust dispose of surplu:. st ck, an •■•ai:/.o . led capital tolls the /hole sum .i a hell. . ungual and uui v> i\u>le conditio- > «•) 'w ' v .ird ; a son fore. •. iu ;. • anticipate the j . • rcducti- )ii i.elliiu: by ;;tv\r..i weeks. n \ Dont pay too much attention the b'.ij little tlllllgS ■ i i;1 y ^tSirw < ._> c vicrif"ces On Entire Clofhsng 4 A i A i A i A $ A i A i i nuke no exceptions. i*'an y w ) . C i ? ;u rn.v res, Chiviots, any Pattern, any Fa' . any Color, IJlue Series, all doomed lor the f Ih wing sweep- All mens All mens All metis All mens Handsome line of boys Knickerbocker suits, in Cassimcres, Tweads, Chiviots, and Serges. : : : •...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 June 1912

\ . / V V 4m . IS** |V! #*•• :I• -% rt«n>. ■'..- i *- I IQgaMBBgaMBMMBBH «i ^'SPISbtuk^ V-- ----- 8 Personals Oificisl Statement of the Financial Condition of The Alto State Bank h or ALTO, STATE OF TEXAS i|f at the close of business on the 14th day of June 1912 j I published in The Alto Hftrald a newspaper printed and | «aBEsasfflBWEE2*snri published at Alto, State of Texas, on the 27th day of j1 junc 1912. RKSOfUCKS Loans and Discounts, personal or collateral Loans, rcnl estate (Jverdrafts Real Estate Furniture and fixtures. Due from Approved Reserve Agents, net. .15,366 92 Due from oilier Hanks aud Hankers, sub- Let to check, net 809 42 <.ash Items 40, 68 Currency . 4,325 00 Specie 2,234 45 23.'4' 47 Int. in Guarantee Fund 728 92 Ass't in Guarnatee I-'und 93 25 M 2,114 29 i IOI 32 037 13 1,980 3° rrrtwssasa Rates For SJiccial Notices: Locals 5 cents per line for cadi Insertion. nard of thanks 3 cents per line. Obituaries 2'/j cents per line. You get queens-ware cheap at— Ra...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 June 1912

• • i. ■ i'f i ■ w I 4 Several prominent7 speakers n I will be with us this day. Plenty n i f{ oi good music. *4 I Afc | ti * * * si K i A of thu best looking girls in the city will represent the famous Elberta Peach. Plenty c 2 Dinner for Everybody. | CHORUS Prayer Selection ✓ Male Quartette Declaration of Independence Piano Solo Rev. C, T. Johnson Orchestra Cumming Bros. Miss Bertha Boyd Mrs. N. II. Moore See the Buffalo, Sacred Cow, Shetland Ponies, Wild Geese I] aivi all kinds of birds. Recitation Piano Duet Chorus Selection Katlierine Liles Mrs. Moore and Edith Skinner ase Ball Orchestra A Double-Header Ball Game— r Morning and afternoon. Preparations are being made by the citizens of Alto to entertain the largest crowd ever assembled in our city. You are invited and expected. Come and be with us on the July 4th. MI Kinds oi Games and Amusements for Both the Young and the Old $ wrnm "i ■ ■ I

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 June 1912

—iJLi R > Belt Cotton Time Table I'or the information of our rctl •.-is we publish tf!e following «,elicchile ot arrival and departure of the Cotton Belt trains ai Alto! north norxn Xo. 404. Nu. 402. .8:52 a ;n • 5115 P uolnd N . 4": -No. 403 • •9:.V' 1 in .7;.'1 p 111 locals North Bound—No..4s • South Hound—No. 41 ..9:52 a 111 12:85 p in Ellie Singletary of Rusk, spent Sunday with home folks. Hiram Arrant spent Sunday m Redlawn. Robert Collier spent Sun- day with Redlawn friends. John Noblit spent Sunday with Rusk friends. Luui Nicar in Redlawn. spent Stindr.\' 4 Tom Arrant spent Sunday in Wells. Albert Allen spent Sunday iu Wildhurst. Dennett.' Shaituck was in Rusk pet wee u trains Sunday. Mike Murphey spent Sun- day with home folks. Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Wood ppent Sunday in Jacksonville. Mrs. J. G Cotton spoilt Sat. and Sunday iu Diaville. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Williams ■ spent Snnduy in Pollok. Jim Odom of Wells was in town Saturday betweed trains. Mr. Brodiqkof Pojlok spent Satus...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 June 1912

[itfimlffflrfi rww#grt||j^t „ ."' - >■ MRMtip^raBS if 4 4 * 4 A * i i A i H A i i \ i "4 t i i * % i H A K «w 4 i A i t t i A A K Jm A i A m wr-i ■■icr.' cTriir'25^^23gfeH^JE5'£^rESilH?£~L:l5g5H5iB5:55Bg55HSS5HH5fi5S>r.' j25S5ri5H What The Alto People think of J. B. McAnally, Candi- date for Representative of Cherokee County 3 "We the undersigned business uleu, fanners and citizens of Alto hereby endorse Mr. J. B. McAnally's caudidaoy for representative from Cherokee County Texas, we have known him always and know him to be an energe- tic, deserving self made christian young man. He has made his own way on the farm from childhood and has earned His way throngh the Law Department of the University of Texas and we know that he is well qualified to fill the office to which he aspires, The voters of Cherokee County will make no mistake in voting for hilu. H.J. Hoi comb, S. M. Holcomb, J. F. Allen, W. C. Nicar, R. E, Arrant W. I,. Crouch, W, T. Williams, S. R. Harry, M. E. McClure,...

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

It aZ XT*' £P 15 *Z ViJI.I'MK XII ALTO, TEXAS, TJUT > AY, ]ULY it 191 MP.KR 33 _ 'AT V"*, 10 WAS V v> A M ■'T!i INN RALLY a FOUR ' Loc: Teem Hit Won W!i. be <1 LC .1 he Bel! Hard ; \ -ryr^J >.-aiv,:,r.--jygrcgyg r.r eari/wtr.TSrsSTTr^nrnwnmM For The Man Who1 Shaves I ~ |urham)^|uple>(^ ;i: s •' '• 1 1!t atlcl hrillg to 3RAZOTRt i' r L THi: ALTO STATE BANK The Guaranty Fund Bank ALTO, TEXAS M. C PARRISH, President K F. FLORrNCE, Activc Vice-Preside;-1 T. D. MILLER, Cashier Rusk and A Ho cros ori the loc,j!s diamond which resulted in ' score of 13 to 1 2 in Alto, It looked like it was to be "some gam " whe .1.1! Biautou gathered first Rusk man on a s: • but later de- that same fiist sessiov "the faithful" a deck; ioi the gentlemen ; neighbor city picket lipe plums before the . and they did it all \t men sle y hits—a - s i s ted Ltrge Crowd at the Xew Pafk * July Fourth. I11 spite of the knockers that tried to ke.ep the people away by telling tliein that the road was imp...

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

%r A t \ A i i i i 4 Ht i A i A i A A i A i i A t A i i i A H i A A A *N 4 mOmm —THrtll — ,nm i A i i i 2 A A A .wf 7L \ i A A- WT"5 WORTH WDGSiT !N, GOLC To the sic!: and suffering. To rliose who have T.! Jricy :r"vib1 . To anyone who knows what it ii jo be unable to \vj; k Mrfc. B. E. Bartlett. . 'i'liis excellent lady left fot Alto on Wednesday morning of last week, 'where she will in future reside. We but echo the sentiment of this en- tire community in wishing tl.is Christian lady every sue cess in her new field of labor | and commend her to tbevgooa I pen yl.e of Alto and Cherokee county, as a'lad.v in every wrty l worth v ot their love and res WHEN HUNGRY i tLLB£.i"Ct A i ; j THE OLD '. w ivAN1 r Raising Meat at Home. {Professional Cards Those who sold their sows j — nnd 'shoats last fall because feed was high, and scarce should lose no tune in,buving breeding stock now. '' sc n\s that the countiv wi!1 i 'in muc'.i betterc i:ir:;tiotl lor iced ; cro s tbis year than last, aud...

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

■-* mm*" ) ! THE ALTO HERALD E. E. ALLEN. Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Juf Year ?i .00 Six Months .50 .Three Months '... .25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put on the books until paid for. Entered as second-class niattei Jan. 3. 1901, at the postoflice at Alto, Texas, un tWr act of March }, 1879. * Notice to the Public. Anyerioneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation, which may appear in the columns .jf The Herald will be gladly cor- rected upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. jgCapital will linger 111 a live town. I<et vour motto [be '"Get there" not "Hot air". Home Industry like cl:avi! should begin at iiomc. Invest your money in every project that makes for the progress of .your community. Prospei ity will boast of the forefather who voied in favor of the jrood roads bond issue. Rule for ei and ic. There has been times, no 'doubt, when many pf the boy> land girls have been ...

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

mm 4 4 i i i i i i ;4 A A i t *i i t> A i A i r A i '4 i i i H i A A A •m i A t\ i i t A A A A i A i wr i" i i j—iiaibtii jw —MMM Ha ^ ixr; 'y**%4 flrg ta $ 1 $ JL IjLsL J1 , Closes July 20th. order to reduce our stock and to get better Acquainted with the people in the Aito trade territory we have decided to offer great reductions in all lines. Below are a few of the many bargains; Iron beds 2.50 values now 1.45 Iron beds &.< 1 values! now— 3.98 Iron beds 6 /. 1 vaiues now 4-45 Iron beds, 2 inch post, 10.00 value now...7.00 Iron beds, extra heavy, 16.00 value now... 11.95 Wood beds :2.oo value now 6.00 Nice fulding beds from 8>oo to 16.0b Good bed springs from 2.00 to 2..30 Heavy com'..in.v.ion nuutress from 2.00 to 3.00 AH r. U' <i mattress from 00 to 8.00 Nice wardrobes new 6.00 Hall iress f mo to 12.00 our pricc during this sale.... ; ,.4.00 to 6.00 Nice Dress .rs 1 .00 value now......10.80 Princess Dressers is.oovaltVi now,. S.00 Nice large ' oik! hand drCsscrs ...

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

V *1 -i A. Now f i i A i , ,. We guarantee to ceil you any article as cheap $ not cheapef ^ thai, you can bay die where- K ' ' ' * "NX/ e will make cash prices from now until the first day of ^j August on every article in our store to meet any corrtpzti^ j* k tion, Our stock is very complete in all lines of Spring and Summer Merchandise, Clothing, Underwear* Hosiery/ No- tions, etc., that must be sold before the season closes. Give Us iYour Cash Business During the great reduction sale, n'lilh'iiery going at one< halh the, regular low price, going fast. • Prank, Haws & Crouch. Socialist State Encampment wiil held at Reese, Texas, Aug. 5 to io' Such speakers as Stanley J. Clark, Ben. F. Wilson, Ralph Korngold and wife will, be in artendance. If you can't find what you want any where else go to the Alto Trading Co. We have it for you and at prices that will make you Smile. Unclq Ah Harrison return- ed last week from Mineral Wells and North Texas, where has been for his health t...

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

.«V' ■VE m r mm # J. \ J ■'2 $ I Belt Cotton Timp Tajble For the information r>f our retj ers we publish the following Schedule of arrival and departure 'of tin.- Cottoif Ik-it trains at AJto: i i I* NGRfII BOUND \i • I >Jo. 404. 402. .8:52 !} I]| • 5! I5f>m SQUT1I BOUND No. ^.01. •N o. 40^. LOCAI.S Ml • ? North Bound—No. 42. South Bdbtid -No. 41 ■ • • 3:3^ ^ V .'7:21 pm , .9:52 a i 12:85 p ui — -.rr. ,- aj - nnnr.iJi Jess Payne JIager spent fi portion of last Wepk with rela- tives. Jnst receivod fresh car of American Beauty flour. r •• ^weggaawg" To the Farmers in Texas. : v u i The recent rains have been of incalculable value to the State, but great as this value is, it can be woudeifully in- creases if every farmer will "fihf I and your faftay groceries, see Kuyken- f.tail Jones. Miss Maggie Latham of mske a soft cushion of mulch Forrest spent a few days with 011 tf,P tlie sol]. llie major relatives last week. part of this moisture can be I conserved for the use of the R...

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

w r - '«C#C:iT( ftv-W ■X*ll.W*IH> «j V ■gf.r.U'j «'..i,W-. M • MUM ■ ir • •- MBIVU^WWI ■ "I I H *• she turns out two landscapes It takes twenlv in r.vs or a # Thoroughly Guaranleed KI'TCH N I TS GIVEN AWAY \T I o 11V. V .. !• w l V - i « V tuowa |7s.^ A . | worth forty c:nts apiece, w.i ,t J& ' it is the net profit. I It takes twenty y'V hammer in tuc liautis ot a v.wi i man to drive a tcn;,enuy nail ft ! three inches. Shf tiie V^luail twice where .-.in; !■♦•_. ;t njAI c M ! C bit f. S. ROOK Dry Goods and Shoes Ladies and Misses Ready to Wear Hats* Otic.*. IIo v 111111',' s doe .:: i!; a 1 iar can her voice be hoard when she strikes her thumb? 1 K I lead quarters for all \ r dates, Jewey j !/ : ' r TEXAS IV hig This Is So We wish to state in as plain and vigorous way as words can ix- ipress it that limit's Cure will posi-l lively, quickly and permanently! cure uuy U>rin of itching skin di-- j , ease known. One I >> is <.;iiaran-1 teed to cure. On j appli onion af-...

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

If I I 'I - 51 ic ol B hi w pi W1 wc Yi MS8 '" ^ «_ iN %> v-fv 'Vctti $ ^ ♦,*Ci r # ® -• . .:^:jwjw^*^w?x®aKiSss^^ r.rrq m^m ava'WV sMb feS KS? v.r.:. o'■ -. uasKaw&i: mini iiiiimii • aa^^a^st^^tT^a^c.aaBatm^^ara^ a«R«raiij*MHMS . /K ® AST <£JP^ Mv ■' J8& B Sm vV.y TP" yvi'.'ii jwnsvwiatt & g h ft I S Li j4r^ 1 -g) j \.y I H® S-J1 *r ksi rar K, ws & Crouch ^sr; cssSrr Second Week of the GREAT STOCK REDUCING SALE - * ' ,*. .. '5* v O 5 Low Prices Are Stil! In Fore o i/XDress Time it Still an Unlimited Amount of Seasonable Merchandise to select from ~ Don't Miss The Rare Bargains We Have In Store For You The great opportunity will not be offered any more this season So take advantage of THIS GREAT SALE.S •%vr; fil wy t -a". •V • >*V '9i w> v :v>: Mtf- ? s. v * ;r- ■ .V ■v; r-J * •>. to >-) V a1" :!r- (•A' ;■-:■ ■A. t i. v* «• :r- V .V '.-1 • 'V.v '-iT *•* sir • Ju': V.i tt.'l. Follow The Crowds. Evrey Body Going to Frank, Haws & Crouch, Be One ...

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

U -o <feu£o % \ o XII in ALTb, I'BXAS, THURSDAY, JULY iS t9i2 gawaa N'JMRER WE WANT* YOUR BANKING BUSINESS THE A TO STATE BANk The Guaranty Fund Bank ALTO, +EffAS ' M. C. PARRIStf, President F. F. FLORENCE, Active Vice-Pkiidci. T. D. MILLER, Cashier XL An Enjoyable] I'icaic. One of the most del events ol" the season perhaps, 'riday evening,' wheii delightful F was inst i\s the shades of night were falling, a crowd by ways of buggies, wagons and autos, were leaving the little busy .ittlc town, th'iir destination being Morrill. It was indeed a jolly crowd as they traveled over country roads and lanes to this lnttsie ui merry voices. The distance made the drive long enough to sharpen all appetites; and made welcome llie picnic lunch, which eon sisted of all sorts of picnic dainties, and when spread on the. lolltr tables under the pack- iiig shed, which was lighted by gas light, quite a pleasing sight. When the crowd started for homp, every one declared this a mpst enjoyable affair a...

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

■ ■■■—■ 7ZmTTT wn tssaws 'Tv'^yw"^1 .-■■'. 1; fi d. fc tl w *P to. of Bi hii Wt pri 1 wit wet yi« r« * >■4 ^ ' ,P 1 \ al'j i l o I 3 v f ! 11 ?! IVlll i #M>/1 1 Vj^ A K A i i i A i Thoroughly Guaranteed KITCHEN SETS GIVEN AWAY AT r, 8. ROOK Dry (i«ods and Shoes Ladies and Misses Ready to V/epr Hats. Headquarters for all Ihigh pitas.** (tewey A | ALTO,. i TEXAS \ I I Ladies Aid. f\)c rciuhjj: business meet- ing met <>n last Friday with a faithful |ew, who are alwqys present, "aijd ready to do their part, never gets to hot or cold, and does not take a revival meeting to awaken them tq their duty as a society mem- ber and a" church member, but are the sinje the whole year, two or tl reu prominent mem- bers have bean absent lately and |}&ve missed some good [things and we trust that ,you 'shall be with us again m out next meeting, wjiicn will be Friday 19 at 4 o'plock. This will be ap important meeting, and is necessary for all membfers to be present, Reporter. shall be ...

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

Sifjfl -y^r.-r^crr^-,- ;-r:v-A v**^r ,-:iw TZ't: T 1 y "•.- **V "Kr'" — ■-'V ■r--3. T r •> "?'WV\ >££. Mb THE ALTO HERALD K. E. ALLEN. Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES f.Mie Year... Six Months. Three Months.. Si.cvq 5t? -25 All subscriptions, i(pre pnynblp ,i;.; advance. , No.'rnnie will be put on the books until paid for. Entered as second-class matter in. 3, iyoi, at tlje post office at ' . >■ JV1' ' Alto, Texas, 1879. 1111 ier act of id arch Notice to the Public. Any erioneous reflection upon tlie character. standing qr reputation of any person, firm qr cprhor^tion, which may appear, in, the columns .i( The HeralijL \yj 11 be gladly cor- rected upon i'.i being brought to the attention of the publishers v While working at Hlotuu- Decker Planing ^lill on last Thursday morning, Roy Bow- man,'^step^ied on a plank and became over balanced and fe'l to the floor the di^tindo of about ten feet, receiving sev- eral bruises and was uneon- * . , j scions most dll day, but is now getting ...

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

M ■■ h-r O • *y: JJi ■ n. 1t * ! V V • I > ii I s. i ■t II 1 r I I i^/i raj * 1 yr ■ ** " l-j 24 «v We Are Gnio.g To Have A-Barbecue and Picnic: So Come an e With Us r?vV -J?Yt r, vO it ,3fe j **«. .-*.«* & * \ | • r**« - '■ •• ■ .. •-■ jjj COME TO HAVE A GOOD TIME; Come this time and be entertained by the citizens of Alto. We are to ,j L t ^ Have a bio; Barbecue and Picnic. We are going to show to the peoole what we can do in the way i j Jj of one of the bigest Barbecue and Picnic that has ever been in this county 3MC TO ALTO; GOME JULY 24th, 1912 > ■Pli III r T 1 TT ^ tViSXjtlKAJl l—fl SS&T.StA TOWN 9, If K / k ! / i \ * } t fc * £ * k $ t $ * * * t :r*r'*:<iZZA V Plenty ^Amicse-r^eirt for "A1J - -J •; vi; - T§ i HI It -> 1 ^ Jt s< t> /\ /\ a Hi A. ,

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

V ^ ^ 1 Kicniy i ' A t A i H H % A ^g. i V 3 5 'A A V L'j > i-./ WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU WITH US THAT DAY THE GREATEST day of all days in old ^ f Cherokee County. Come and bring your sister, your brother, all of your relatives and then your friend; we A i are going to expect you. Something doing every hour through the day for your pleasure. SO COME! COME!! it! - ....J . . *1 SI i ■i * f ITsifJg Water All Dayi You are welcome so come LOW EXCURSION RATE WIL' BE IN EFFECT FROM ALL NEAR POINTS. Take a da/off; dont bring any dinner; we the business men and farmers will fee^j -? t you. So come and have a good time. "You will be welcomt". Big Ball Game in the afternoon which will be worth your coming aione. jjj A NOMBcR OF PROMINENT SPEAKERS WILL BE STILUS. GOOD MUSIC BY BAND and ORCHESTRA \i i i si i A A H i A % zA PH iftimr Wm& A A m mm HP! mm ,1 M** ■ WvMgL £k I $ * k * k y * * v * * k £ * i - %

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