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

35 nr T-"— ,1' ■ tS s ic ol 13 hi w pr wi we yi If you arc I bloated feelir^, WHEN Vbl FEEL BAD tdiuus i1 tih Ul. "<'l ' 'iwt. yu Ll.lolU' iJuoits^angutd, fcon^ipgttfdj Suffer from indigestlijni souf belclilnfy ire', tjsrj Wcath, h'Cadaclib; ti'ina in the bowels, Hiziihess, you need PRICKLY ASH BITTERS •W *>' <,.w ' If &U ! J ■W 'trr.A *> 1 ,.v If "«|V : ' Tho Great GystBtti Ctftar.ier and Regulator. 11 *' ^ ri:v.u' l' A fev?..fieffip will o^n-pnd prl{yf.ihe bo.rcls, tone up tht^pmljbH, stimulate the kl$riefys,nrcl liver, pii.'inpai t a feeling of strength and Vigor. It transforms a tired, hfevvctis, Ij^jf^ ck man or woman into one of bright, ruddy pood health, energy kn'J cheerfulness. I Ml • • V <U / , s , «V PTiStV'® Genulnc w'l'l ":c rittmt '1" In Red on Tronl Label. ( .,. foW by druggists. Price Sit.00 pet- bett'e. K2®s^attKEflimMHi - ® A: C: HARRISON-DRUG CO.,... About The Park. (Mrs, R. F. Butler). , Every thing has two piclcs-, triangles, squares and hexa-...

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

J V I# m ffl i ar?tv >r^i je^ •«• v <-V. jmmmf* i-vii.nis i 37, 7U0 ■•■'-ny/nvii' t\ Pt^v. knowetli all things '"v I2<22' ^sa^nis '39:12 ' 3* Vt ait Thete and going Ail Lioif Sri i\ in W e will make cash prices from uow until tr 4 i t $ i A A i i i i A i A * . Wl guarantee to sell you any article as chzi * th! you can elsewhere 1 > *"■" J* .* i lit JLii'^4. Y i day of i st on every article in our store to rr\:et any corr.peti Our stock is Very complete in all lines oA Spring and uner Merchandise, Clothing. Underwear, Hosiery, No- 'etc.i that must be sold before the season closes. are pamte . , -- waiters. Which am I I Prayer that we nay know , tf) dn? p.|int or V God and do IIis Will—Mrs. I Dickerson. V{ Readings from our mission P i fields—Miss Nellie K. Waters i . Reading some of the eondi' Jfltions a Medical Missionary in j Mexico lias to mi i this issue R|oi the j'/iuriiul—Mrs. Williams l .j; We beg and insist that V) every member of the Aid will |s6o a 20.RaiiUI5 j0...

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

7T v |1'" , ■■fyS'ti : . ; ${ y. ' V' ■St . Person Rit ei For Special Notices; Locrls 5 ecnts per line for each Insert;. >n, f'aril of thank- cent- per lint. Obituaries 1 .■ cent- per line. ——wmmmrnrn* —iii i 11 mwi ■■ mmmmmmmm«■— H - The rains lately have beer a welcome visitor, Hammocks S6.50 value now going ot S 3.65. A:to Trading Co. Mis:> Edna Voting spent one davs of last week in Pol- lok. Hammocks $3.00 value now going at 51.70. Alto Trading Co. Noble Ratcliff is spending a few days in Commerce this week. D 'tit be a'r.ii . of Agnew's groceries they are clean goods never see a flv. Snell Wall of Ratcliff is the guest of relative- and friends this week. Hammocks S 3.25 value now going at 51.80. Alio Trading Co. Mrs. Jim f/>vell of Weches, was :t'. town trading on-.- day las: week. J ust unloaded a i ar of I 11U y Be^t Flour—t:i■ - be-l iit tl e world at Burnett cc Price, Mrs. Bud Powell of Forest, w is in the eitv shopr<:nv la: t Thursday, Hammocks *, j. iO value n...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 July 1912

riak- Belt Cotton Table For the iiiforrrjijtton of our red crs we publish the following schedule of arrival and departure of the Cotton Belt trains ai A'lto: NORTH BQUKp No. 404. No. 402. .S:52 a m .5:15 p in SOl'Tl! BOUND No. 401 9:36 3 n No. 403'. .7:21 p m tap AW* North Bound—No, 42... 9:52 a tn South Bound—N'-lr (i... 12:85 pi.j r-r—7 r- Kuykendall &. Tones, has it for less. Noble Ratcliff s^ent F^day in Lufkin. You get queens-ware cheap at— Racket Store, B. A. Charay of F^,. Worth [was in the city Satpfday, See Carter wmqu in need q: fresh cakes of all Eiu'ds. Lou Garner attended bttsi; less in Rusk last ^jday. When you watt fp?§h grp- ;ries sec Agne\y. M. E. Contipy spent labt Saturday in Jacksonville, LADIES—See ]. E, Scales jr tailored skirtsj ^t^re fit. Jack Garner at^enc^ed busi- ness in Rusk last Sa^urflay. 5 or 6 doses ,l666'! will cure tuv case of ChiHs an^ Fever. [iPrice, 25c. Mr. Harrison of Luskin was [in the city between grains Frir [day. Ring Carter' storp when...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 July 1912

Ji "^.. . ...... , ■jwxw'XF&riri .'in ■■— ■- • . '«* k? # • rttt, .. , *r-i\%.. £ I I Hi Lrx l-.sert f'aj Ob T1 ;i w e Hi goinj Mi one c 1ok. Ham goinf N't feu week D> groce nevei Su guest this ' Ha going Mi UM^ 1 1 ci S L ^ Jit! Be-t work Mi was i Thin Hi golnj Jal spent with Tfc and t Fran Mi ing t Bulb Hc- goins Mi \V*e:ii last \ Mi Pale? H. b <«H 11 12 ssq. Road, fhink and Act Just entering the third week of th^ ^teat stock reducing sale Frank, Haws & CroucH, Proprietor of the at BIG—4—DOOR—STORE ,JSSL (Vi* Jc: !fts x% p: \L' r.'v -*1' "'V 4. ..f T 'Vv y > -TV ",'v ?S ■>',1 * '< 'V *:r i '.V &:■ sL'-: v 1 W • r- Ijjj? A wave of prosperity has struck Alto and vidnftf And we are determined to mAke,tf ^ remaining days of this GrSat Sale move oiit all the seasonable gb'&fe,' Must carry out our motto: ^ *wy over Goods" UjygJ 8%S This Great S&le has appealed to every bn!e who* has visited ciir store since it began.1 # --■■■ '^;ir -r.- . — '■ •• ± — —...

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

uua< j I / L i T t 1 J 7 \ VOI.t'MK XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY a> 1912 Number 35 ,\JI •N 'k'y '• We WAitT YOUJR KING Me ALtO STATfc UANk The Guarfthty Fund Ban£ ALtO, TEXAS M. C. PAR^Isk, President F. F. FLORENCE, Active Vicfe-Pi-eSideht T. D. MILLER, Cashier ,si I * y*'" BIG BARBECUE AND PICNIC A SLCES5 1 J nrs9 - :aant X$*tA ueir ■/ y?i, The large-,* ccv, t*. ever assembled in Alto was vaster' day July 24. The c.'ow- was Another Exposure of G uinn's CampaiSii Method RhSk, Texas, Jti'v 2 To the Public;— Oii Monda^ evening and yesterday . I information disclosed by tji£ statement of County fudge C,* F. Gibson, and Mr. W. T. Xornian, of tbe l>x\v firm of Norman 8f Shook, which statements are :is fifllWs; . .. Rusk, Texas, July i^t2 Vest eitiay I casually walked into the job printing office here and, attention .was attracted to to a bircular lying on the prb3S, jjy the caption "judge Perkins ns ft flodger'- I started to raed same when the printer interfered and inform' e...

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

<11**1« 4te li^Tiii. '' i'V- -■*•■■■ •■'■•y.-"^- i Ra Loc iserti Car Obi Th a wel Ha going Mi one d lok. Ham; going i No few < week D ii grocc never Sin puest this v Ha going Mr WMS 11 last w Jus Be«t world Mr wis i Timr Ha Rolng Jak - spent with Th ar.d t' Franl Mr ing tl Bulla Ha going Mi: Wear last v Mi Pales H. H 11 i: i * ♦* v & (Op v*rm> • Happy! Happy the girl, Or wortiati, who has never suffered froir. any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonicl Cardui is a centlc, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. It is a natural medicine—safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. The Hell R.iunfl Train. Tom Gray lay oil the bar room fluor, Having duii.ik so much he could drinh no more. So he fell >let]! w ith a troub- led brain; A.id dreamed th it he roJ; on a hch-b...

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

is <• I 1 w.. x Belt Cotton Time Table For tlie information r>f our rtd crs we publish the following; . clieihjle ol arrival utid departure pf ihe'Cottoii Belt trains at Alto: NORTH HOI'S II ,N'o. 404. No. 402.. ..S:-2 a m ..5::5 P ni '.'iflt'TH BOUND No. 401 No. 403 • 9:36 a m . ~\2 I p 111 Xoith Hound South Bound J.OCAI.S -No. 42 ■ ■ No, 41. .'9:52 a m ] 2:8 5 p ui You get queens-warc cheap at-- Ka.ckel Store. All news jtems sent to the office will! be appreciated. See Carter wheu in need of fresh cakes of all kinds. Mote Searbronch of Augus- ta, was in the city last Thursr day. When you want fresh gro- ceries see Agnew. Bfcc Richer.-vOJi 0.' Augusta, was i:i Hit city one day week. •Mr. and Mrs. B. Mathews of Kinder. La., was the gnos*. I of Mr. and Mrs. A, R. Maine last week. ,vt> 1 ... .ha" i- 11111 r Patronize th° farmer's store of Kuvker.r.a'l &. Jones at Brunswick, Texas. Grady Cook of Liberty Hill attended iaisiness in the city Thursday. , For all your staple an...

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

mm. 9®>'. " 4{*i It <to m Y. ■*£ - *V :■ M I IV «1 Personals MiRnight attended business in Nacogdoches coun- ty last tveck. « Dont be afraid of Agnevv's 5 groceries they are clerjn gqrjds never see u fly. Mr. and Mis. C. G. Kt^ox Locrls5cents per line for eqd|ireturned to their Hpine in '"rardof thanks cents per line. Corngan last we.jk after scv: Obituaries 2)^ cents perjjji^- eral days with J. M- -— Huniett. asr^agaewiBWft^ The place vyhcre a doll^w does its nil] duty. Al(o Trading Co. Ra'es For Special Notices: lino for eqcl) Blanton Bros vyiU for tli irt ^ 'h i K 1! •em Bring your ole] suits to tlit Ellie Sjngletary of Rusk spent Sunday with home folks. Roy Ratcliff of Ratcljff whs yisiting relatives her last week. If \yc please you tell others if dPtVt tell us. Alto Trading Co. 3' peftf organdies now at 'Scis, let Burnett and Price Dog Town Dots, Nptice To Cusfqmers The barbecue at Covington please call around and set- Park was a success. Every tie with me as I need th^ b...

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

...Mm —v- *2 rmrr i * i i i A From Now Until AuAust 1 y I ¥ V * y k 7 *-• - . > •W.'i +'rjCMfjiw FOR SAf.EJ A good jerrsey cow and young calf, at a bargin. Seg Fea/.ell Bros -rvT7 WANTED TO BUY Buineft ot Price, big sale, now on tlijs week. Watch the; prices. The njeitybers of the qrdor I of the EasJejru Star will have j nice sandwiches for sale ojj 1 the street S iturday 27. Youn patronage is solicited. We will makec^h prices from now until the first day of J* ft August on every autjcle in our store to1 meet ^ny competi- a tion, Our stock is very opn^plete in all lines of Spring and Summer Merchandise, Clothing, Underwearf Hosiery ticns, etc.* that must be sold befgre the season closes, No- Give Us Your Cash Business K K ^ We guarantee to sell you <*ny article as cheap if not cheaper thai, you can buy ejsewheye- 5 * V WHEN BUYING FOR CASH SEE US AND SAVE MON^Y, Blanton Brothers. k * y k * y * y y * y Slav Bolts Wftite Oatr, Cpw Oak, Qyescup Gak, R?4 Qafe Pin Oak, Eithei: 011 ...

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

■HHH j1 I*/1 .)s Afi' Y " i «■ • %m ■ J ' " V ' •>t •• •. 1 i ?""- .'■. • "t -'• J THE ALTO HERALD Iv E. ALLIEN. HdiTOK. 3 > . • ? i SUBSCRIPTION RAT£S Oiip Year .... ? bix Months...... Three Months Don't let the roar of the factory furnace become dead- cued through lack of suppoit. i rendu ed by the Musical Entertainment. The musical on • ! SlIiCIAI. NOTIOK programme. ji ,,T . lustra on !{ gored well are the cheapest, cleanest and best. Nodust, jlasl Friday night was spleu-lj dirt or surface \yater eau go into them, thereby prevent i he a awn uf great tomor- j^jd mid was approaching ■ - ."> All subscriptions are payable in1 advance. No name will he nut on the bcp'.fs until paid £>>r rsiw work together and benefits of cn operation. Th" title of foreign Tc \ c rea p the i ed bv cecds [Club. This orehest ! a good programme capital | mouth for the ben Kiitere 1 ;v Jan. 3, iyoi, Alto, Texas, i, 1879. secvnd-i. ' 'ss matter 'at the pustoffice at tin '.cr ;>ci o: March N...

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

MUJfc. i. 4 3 Thoroughly Guaranteed KITCHEN SKTS Gil YEN AWAY AT r. S. ROOK Dry (jJootfs and Shoes Ladies and Misses Ready to Wear Hats. ( T Mead quarters for all high class Jewesv i i i A i i A t A \ ALTO, *' \l f I * * * TEXAS V* fc ir S anc J ooking Around. "The corn crop's xipe the meadow's in bloom.1 it isn't it soon will he here i Angelina county, and it he the biggest, blown-in iu'- bottle crop of com ih.-t cvcj came down j'or pike. 'I iieut will be corn for everybody, and to spaie, and the man wh< 1 to buy a grain n-'xt should be shipped out . .-t where he belui'gs. Other Crops are in proportion— everything raised on the farm in fairly humping its'elf this year, and when Christmas tune rolls around there is go- ing to be more Santa Ciai>* for the little folks than they ever enjoyed before, and the oldei- ones are going to get soiije^f the sweets of living the^ppelves, The era of good tittp 1's going,to reach thote in toivp by-the, way and the mer- chant, jwill go home ...

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

toft* t •*, ■ ■ •' : V;V'' Lk mmrnimSHM -via THE One "! six r Thrci All i 'ad' on l'V 1 an. Alto i. IV 'A: rluir 9IIV whit of 'J rect the var to ; blc bu 3 "A bv w ti 1: i « rn _ _ b. — __ m zm mm ke Read, Think and Act Just entering the third Week of the great stock inducing sale F^ank, Haws; & Crouch, Proprietor of the BIG---4—DOOR—STORE at >x fl iW'.T it?* m <*;.r %<y, A wave of prosperity has struck Alto and vicinity and we are determined to mafce the remaining days of this Great Sale move out all the seasonable goods. *Must carry out out motto: ''ftfbvei: carry over Goods'' This Great Sale has appealed to every one who has visited our stdi'e since it began'. In the beginning of this sale, the pruning knife was applied to every article in this Mammouth Stock, now in order to mak a cleah sweep during the remaining days of this great sale, we have sharpened the price- . > ^ * cutting knife and applied it again to many articles in this rnarnmouth stock. —I..J.I ■ ■ ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 August 1912

n V w A * ' r ' "* .? ' * * "01.;:MK XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, . 5 AUGUST 1912 Number .V' arsn^Mcrr v* u mmcamaam 2 The Farmers Friedh Do ytur banking Business with The Alio Stale Bank, \vhc*e lie Fa rmers ere extended the most liberal treatment consistent with souftd banking. THE ALTO STATE BANK A GUARANTY FUND BANK M. T. Parrisfi Preciderst F. F. rieretice Vice-President T. l\ A.iller .1 Caslier ft- ■ * ** " V-"*. f* \aaaaaa- County Fairs A fall for a Delegated Meeing of the IN f 0 DAYS f EGRO Truck Growers of Cherokee Co. STEALS3010 CHICKENS •" Alto, Texas August i^th' Rome, Ga, Aug. 10. Henry At a meeting of the Alto bruit Riqhardson,.*|a j negro of. this aud Truck Growers Associa-J city, confessed tjday that he .Hon, the undersigned vvere in j 1?avl stolen iooo chickens iu .'jtrucled to issue a ca: 1 for a, this last three mo lths an 1 lii.u meeting f csficm each ]jis income iroiA tac iow.s dui Tlie ftiir as nn industrial, I educator and advertising med- ium is without a peer....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 August 1912

smimbsse T;yr •k A — ~-4m THI (,jnp Six Thr< AH ' ac'. 01 ~v. Jan. Alt< 'a rim any wh: of ' rec the va: to. bl< bv; si bi w ai CONSTIPATION I? tl:e cause of much misery and expense. It clogs the vital organs with impurities and brings on a genua! break-down of health. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is a bowel regulator of the greatest merit. It relieves the bowels mildly yet thoroughly and extends its cleansing and strengthening influence to every part of the body. Get Hie Genuine with the Figure "3" In R i on Front Uibot. Soli! by Druggists. Pr'/*e +1.00 p.r botils. WW ,.J VP A. C. Harrison Drug Co. rr i • wta/jowmnrjuxmmm i Should Kavc a Furpasc in Life- The very doo. wa\ of life is hung around with flowers and .mbiems to indicate that it is i -r some purpose. The mys- tery of our being, the relation of cause to effect, and the affin- ity of all things attire us that life is foe < Hi.' ^i, iose to wi1 Aii trie beginning ills in order to mak a ^ r< Wl£- ■ of men and events that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 August 1912

Sk." i $400,00 PARTIN PIANO PRE!; M ^ ' r\ 'l mo; 1 yplioid Pever, a{etiingitis, Malaria and many other ... $ i diseases. : : ' :' :::::: mm 6C* . -wrsfi I.. ■%. '. (it U, n We are prepared to bore wells and c ;> • thcin with galvanized sJ.<ei!, lasting indcfineii.lv enabling von to put in pump instead of buckets if you wish to. : : : Write for full particulars and urice. PKHP O. Box 14 iY ^ WAL Fori&t. 'I ex as * I-- *. ►V -fl-, ■■ J ,V11 A11 J'ill :-\l )TK 1<>~~ s 7iot 1 aid by the 10th on tinned without net;',\ i'arrr.c.rs Union YIX each liibit How To Secure This Beautiful Piano 1 ".■ .ct u: . i. w ion en >: a Lp.vu o: .1 bine together to ex- u-se traits, especially to strangers, it v " one o ti.e ^ica cards to business ors. W One of the strongest reasons 0*1 why visitors and •1,,) no hr * ■ill '.e found ktt drawing and invest- strangcrs F .;-.u :• gvt n _a gives its read', general news For only hot; 1 : • sei" v.,0. w iiich vou can vith The Herald . s :;n unex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 August 1912

— srtvrr ' r""' m* THl (^jif Six Thrc AH 'ad or; .1 au • Altc ' A rim any whi of ' red the vat t° . bl< bi' a v bv w a? A U ' II" >■ . ^«.n • r* «w E.iiCo^on Time, Tabic, F v the information of ot-r red ■rs we publish the' following sclx lule f)f arrival and departure of tCotton i:Jt trains ai Alto; ncr.r.: ::ovni> No. 404 No. 402 . S;.s: a m •; 15 p :n I SOX'TII HOC.NI> No. 401 a 111 No. 4 3 7:21 pin LOC.M.S ^orth Bound- >0, 4- • .9:52 a Hi .- iutli Hound—No. 4 1. . . 12:85 pin Miss Cornelia Jenkins s the gnest of sister Mrs. Byron Scuily this week Miss Ruby Lively (of We- ches is the guest of Mrs. Jen- nie Sample this week. Kdcar Childs qf Jacksonville is the guest of sister Mrs. Clias. Usher tliis week. Sam Sit ton of Nacogdoches is the guest of H. V. Sitton and family this week. Miss Lurline Wilder of Andrews is the guest o sicer Mrs, Weaver this week. Your daily problem of what l cat is very 1 asly solved at II. Agnew's Grocery Store- Mrs. ! art Taomas and ■ 'dre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 August 1912

m r -J - ■ "- I - ■ 'J 1,1 ',■....—ESS S J ' , raSaKiSgSSS^^SSS - . . ,IE jvST ARRIVED!8 ™° e \ \ jy J *&_ J? 3a T" a fP^a jgj W H |V We have to move becausq our rapidl}' growing business Afc** JBil *D 1* y rlpmnnrlc 1nrrr«- r rm^Vtnrc WU timet hp in miv ti# \i* ctnVo nK Our > v* Fall Stock of Star Brand S h o, e s { 5 Have Put lir The Shelves y K * They are fine example fo Shoe mak- y ing, you'll like them because they are $ f{ just what you want \ ^ New styles for everybody from Grand- f, \ father, aud Grand-mother to the tintiest Js ^ tod. Come in and look them over. f- ^ We want to show you what we have got \ SHOES I YOURS FOR B! anton FOURTEEN COWS GOT ON DRUNK Sterling, 111., Aug. io- Fourteen blooded young cows had t)ieir first practice with whiskey at J.he farm of John David, their owner. For eight of them it was also their last experience, They are dead. Six others are sobering up aud philosophising today. It was a straight bourbon jag, Heavy rains hi*d soaked throug...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 August 1912

gyryg.vreKy >*■ fo .: sf$ ISWfWfe ... - * ff v ft TH (^np Six Thr< AH ' UC 01 ~~£ ]an. Alti ! A rlia am wh of. rec the va f. to bl bt « b- v. a r ,HS'< (r',.4« Fewer Better, | in a dead • fl .f 4 lin bl Speeches and Spee:hes Now that.we are ] o!itical calm, many o{j the j<5 leading newspapers of the state « are advocating a law that will] 1 limit the number of campaign 4 speeches in ine !.<••: of im-! proving the cpialitv by reduc- ing the quantity. The fi'nv ol ft as has bei n p!.v: >:j;i n.il during the pa:c.i;i.; . ,. i inc. perhaps of a*s . v. • va !. as it! £ i,". possible to fin.l i : ive state, bit :i > < ihyjciatiui 1' ive 1 ]•( ted and whiie i;' :s are makim :■; a they are not islative cih'r ans t'ie c •- . ; e of gas is !•::* r 11; it. <!r iwing off a v*vy i o. vs. rmmmrtKKfC'i:**sss (0jd and single. He employed at the lowest Values AND ■1 4 1 I \! n 4 \f\Z « i-'jpo ry r; •ItT Nit, "tv J-* tigos A t-p ( \ <+~s . u, „•!« it ill its:fS ci^Ci of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 August 1912

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