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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 August 1912

mrnmi ■MR V ....... .v f '7 rli! *>*, - .— v'.L' an „.v W I of 4*y 1 re J th == ra 9 a V'F i t< §j a FX MEN WHO CABtt TO DKESS WELL It designed by Spero. Michael (j Sort nftw york One has asgood officer as the other COEQUAL RIGHTS TO ALL, SPECIAL PIVELIGES TO NONE^t) We Arte Again Down To Business Remember The Big-4-DoorStore FRANK, HAWS & CROUCH .«> \ * A '' .r r 4 * * . JL SSI §jf We wish(!to call your attention to Extra Spcials we have in store to close out. Mens ^12.50 and $15.00 Suits, Closing out price $10.87 Mens >$.16,50 and $18B Suits to close out, only S J4.00 ap Mens $22.50 and $25', Suits to close out, only , ?.,....$! 8.4/ M m • 'W& If monfey is worth anything to. you, take advantage of these offerings. r .* Shoes-Shoes m ]>.- !• * * I * " C, * ■ , Low Cut Shoes for Men; Ladies, Boys and G/rls, to close out one fifth off. Just the time yu need Iw cut Shhhns for the hot weather . A SNAP for you DONT 'miss it. - ', |; LAWN BATISE LINEN in fact all b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 August 1912

I s O*b w XII ' "~'.rrCiT,-';r*J7 FJEtKC. J f /v\/hr.y. •■•j' ALTO, TF,X/ s 'n 1 1 'RSDAY, a5 \UGU3T 191. Number — "• ■TTS&JVMei. .-VW%i '« VS A Coatet ,:y < roiss 8-15-12 rfc-.-wvv> sue rarmors iTiejici Do your banking Business with The Alto Sieie % r.-.rmcro ate extended the most I Bank, v/h.ve •x- ,« .. - J ubc.al > ) • I \ ''.\i sound banking. rp/> f r r t .A *pvT*f" _ A £ -ivAAitV wai Li VI... 1.', r ' *'TV i 1 FUND BANK *T 5 6 ■0' 1 JO 14 *5 :o i/ 1 ,s 19 20 ...5.000 II ...4,50° j I ...4,250' ...b,ooo ...5.500 ...6,250 3j ws^mjztK vf* memaBErmBmcwzznmj&rzmz. ^isnm :^sz:,-3r •••• ■w • •5>-5° ••5^2- 1 or The Man VVSio Shaves r BuflHAM%-~fuPLt:x$ Cut this Add out and bring to ^RkA^OTRt our store. \j mm . OVWWWWVWW/' -< iS . .4,001) j ~-j ..^5*5 I . I T ,631) | ..6,500 I j • • 5,3 50 j a 4 > •> - ! j . • 7,0001 J| mmh] h • •*->' ggi V Wg >*♦ r, :nce .ppp^i fgjil T. P. Miller Cashier / V 5.350; 7.000 j 0,500 i ! % Mail or bring thij Ad. to our ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 August 1912

•*:X44|5k> • P« V f S y\, THI (jJllP Six Thr. All u< o "l ]au Alt rh 0tl wl of re tfc :1 r i * 4 it * 4 A ii * ^ I. *5?: Thoroughly Guara ire' cf Iv IT C JtlK X SETS GIVEN AWAY AT r. S. BOOK % Dry Gtkxls and Shoes Ladies and B!*as Ready to Weaf iiais. I ieod qu&ptm for* at J high class Jewey ALTO, TEXAS University Issues Bulletin Under date of August j 912, j the Southern Methodist Vui/ versity Bui etin has been is- sued. This is the first ot the issues since Southern Metlio- Idist University took complete control of the medical and | pharmaceutical departments.; ; This issue concerns those d<v I partments. The quarterly] i tells of the building aud its J equipment and ol the work of previous years. The building I; was erected about nine years M ago by the Methodist confer- ence Its first aluuini grad- uated in 1904. Under Dr. John O. I^IcRej'nolds Jas dean and a corps of medical men, the institution has grow steadi- ly and it is aniiounced that Bursar Reedy bf the univ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 August 1912

3 iEcffiee Tf r.. v V* " iren.tmi.ucyi. -- - ••• v—r vy.\ ZiVlil ,j£i.%}KU B it i is; ic/,4 Wh.'. • Ifrv: !>v SPECIAL NOTICE Dorcd well are the cheapest, cleanest cwd best. Nod list., . f^rt or surface water can go into them,'thereby prevent- i "}R Typhoid Fever, Meningitis, Malaria and many other t diseases. : ' : ; j f :* We are prepared tq We wells and case thern with galvanized s£ed, lasting ljjdefinetely enabling you to"p" in pump instead f)f bucjeets if you wish to. : VVri.te fpr full particulars and price. PERRY & WA L, ACE P. O. Box'14 * 4> ' Forest, Texa: lit WIS NOTICE--NQTCIE All Bijls not plid' by tlie ioth of'each ninth, service will be discontinued without notice. : ; : Farmers Uniprf Telephone Go. Hospitality will creatc a lasting impression on the stranger and as a rc tilt tlje city \vijl jreceiye 9 lot of free advcrtjsing. With prosyects of bumper crops on every hand, the Cf'ty movement should receive r„ great impetus. mercial Club. Tpiu the Com- * „ f I *...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 August 1912

•u ?! ■> , P <gH|, V r sw% _£?' / •* . _ TH! — :> % )i y ■% \ i /•) "* ■>• -fjSC <>.«r vi*" v-«r < *■ TvV "*nV , . . ~ W ". \ .. "-.'V >—'. AV •- • V*- ,fs • y X.V >V -< "XV >> V ~ V j~-w ^ i ^-s ■ ^ ^s." ■ v ■ * 3 t- ksE®^ a % 4 '^; I ■***% {tup Six Thr. All U< o ~ I lau Alt >n nozty Tones" took the ''Beautiful Girl'' "Down the' - -- ^-T -- 1 by the Old Mill Stream" to hear ,lAl:linger3 Rag- i title Band M-t M IVNight in Dreamland," why not take your I* a y v .v. / j:n::'j3 KC.*S ft:-**" toBLC JN tt R>- or A Y i. C-w O £ .* — Ti'1 X u% 4 D C VI r< .4 .. f" ^, -' 'i • i -.ji0r Shop )A i rli an wl of re i Y .' \ > v ♦. j * V- £-> K . ) i .::: .ir; 7 A :.A . i\ Doin' It Now/ ' ' /?"<' V E*5*? r\ J .•• •'. K r f ;; ' ' 'vjvyJVi £J L!i ijTi V' 7 ► 7*> •*« • . .ill « V i ■ *i • t -3i" • -. r\ *;y : w vi y L/s_ .. y . # S , ^ V fir7 ^ ^ : ^ (*5 WL' \\ ^-- ur/:J ^f,.. rf y .J^ >kv v 7 -V" ■V i •; * , /.X •tfi ^ ^ v. x S w.-f rf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 August 1912

... ...—. — %| \h r ..^ ; . - f t , "F •, ;.. 7-2 ... .-"'A:l'." s 1)1 ih II El I fc " LP' I p y Vr • ' , V--j r-y^ ^ i M. ••U.J' Bl-'r;7-. :-'i?u-: ' " .' ii*«J Msh a- M_ _ : 3-.1' • ■•^•ag5E&^sajg5a5g a % c Lb H i il lP^ W ^ I P I" ^ i"* F fct 1 \J U *J y XJ iJ \3\J \ □ You W\ Save ionev & fl! %A %J \J ^J\J I H i'r,; I '■ B As the fall season is here, it will pay you i snace at a sr010*^1 ™ to contract lor sp place. You vvill save money and get ter results. Try a new way of advertising use more space, take an . interest in it * ' A M.'j Cvl |f j Bv Con*rantin<r §0206 I V/ U l i S. J t,i V' 'U U 3 li '-.. , W> ! Ws. v/ V- «/ CJ s .- I.; " _ "• _ _VrV:_. .;• ; -"L.5'iaSaip and it will m .eIFjB you money. T\ I i LrOpy for V. > '/ Vk_> f 11 li T Ik T i T j I S | | ^ : • . - / ' :• m % fv vj If] $ 6 :1 J3 7.-3 * ip " ^ * ™ « A po 'IS Mo^n / • •-a*.. /J rjx'u* owLw s. SI a i!h • " I ilyii nil §! I r,' li * JrjJ. jL 0 ,. ral^s^^asHsagggBsasBsg.gasHh^'g ^g?sara5as5^t'^...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 August 1912

*1 r Mr -- - .'t*. ,*,!> > • '' A *c . > I \ i «• . m, s ^MMU^SUSIf. }j<i# to Avoid Ther.^i ^pd the Sp- twr Consequents of Neg- ; lect.. "Fix me <jp something to kpock the; malaria, doer**," remark ed a f^ced, sickly* Ipokihg ma a, entering a prominent phyeifijpil'b oflf:e the other day.. The doctor stepped to h is medicine rase,.took down a cottjjfie <}f bottles, mixed a preparation'^ which *hp If&nded to the patient witit' the' customitiy S^v-fce to •Shake well And follow dujectiohs," and u-sumed his Seat. "Such, cases are frequent," replied the jloefor in answer to a que' tion. "The mot days-aiul damp, chilly nights are certain. malaria breeders arid are most ierious in tips': who have neglected to llocp their stomach, iiver aud bowels in ood condition. Such persons are full f the impurities op which the malarial perm thrive^ and, it "is i&h this class that typhoid fever, pnewffifcriia, Bright'* Disease, small pox and yellow fever claim ttiost of their v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 August 1912

JL trvsnr-^^Kr^jr" /v^pmwr; •. /;,. f <v*'<v Horcest Values AND Right Prices AT OUR STORE DON '1 wish Alton Lively mm Kdd ,t an uer w 10 lias been the guest of mother Mrs. La- key for win", time left last j Wednesday for Hubbard city. A suggestion—Drop in and I see N. H. Agnew's groceries | when in town. It will mean something to you! Mrs. Agnes Liles.cf Bul- | lard was the guest cf sister, Mrs. Jess Hoicoiub, the letter part of last week refrrnirig home Sunday p. in. J • * \ • # tton, , a modest Christian Wontaii who oosesses those A traits of character which man- kind invariable admirers in woman. jSht? Ins taught school fur several yea! J ard [Cecil Boyd of Morrill spent 5t Friday in the city. iNewton Arrant ictuned )m Galveston last week. [George Singletary spent a Ivv hours in Rusk Sunday. J. O. Lowe speirt the latter Itrt of last week in Austin. Koher Watters attended isiness in Rusk last week. Clint Atkinson s^ent a few ivs last week with relatives. Mrs. J. S. Haws and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 August 1912

0 m r " ' * 1*1 -i " C't ■ wr,v*««* v> * * jrmrk-. Wi IWKUt 'U wa.4J>.Ci JI ij<iw ri If "P mala f(ice< ti too day. ■ Tl case a pt fmti •Mia re« M i!o t war cert sieri ice toe mt per I'll* Di! Die ea< * irif *1 tic wi tiC I?U fo : :• ill i: u u; tc st / i-S is mi , u *. «*.,. • ,v4.p« _ ' l.«w" Vll * U ■*'••; .:■; v! tw* X11 '••:> /• ■9 • • S , ' ■ * v* .i; ■ yl. V '< '■ «*; ; • .* *./ i • * • A •rc- IS V;.' Is" l\ . • z'% V.C ' *1' "•V 4' •■>; .... NFWS FROM THE R'r. I v;^, i3 ■«r< .•. ^ <-.*j s -h.. nw r*HBi - yunr cz Ai ' T. Wr jrij> • >i tt *«\P OHX O^M 0! fv, >.; „ ... B., R,/i T> A T\v 1?AI> tjiji i ill \J ivrll/ Jl I/'UJD T n '' \ *:■.. rj • £'.■■> ^.n -/.M /vii awirr/ ■■in * n nnr-nrr-Trr—-i—n—,—-——■.,■■■. :v ,y-;rr::>zx;:.a u Old Time Notion Thsvi It Is Necssary To Go To Seme Large Tows Fctr Merchandise Oil HIGHEST CLASS Is Now &ap &y Edited for the finest and most stylish-goods wili be obtainable in most amazing var...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 August 1912

r 3 ..... JL % Volume XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, 29 AUGUST 1912 Number 40 The Farmers Bank We Will Gladly Make Liberal Ad' vances on FARM PRODUCTS. Tllfe ALTO STATE BANTfe A GUARANTY FUND BANK M C. Parrisit Preside.it F. F. Florence Vice^rcsltlent T. D. Miller Cashier EaslyCook. Jentrie Easly and Miss Iyhdie Cook were married on last Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of the brides. These two yoltng people are well known and are very popular in the .community in wli ich they live. The bride is the charming" daughter of Mr. ahd Mrs. John Cook, and is a girl that is loved by euety body. This happy young couple fcfls tHoJamXt wijlies of their manv friends. J. L. King will first shipment September 2. :1: of receive his oysters ou Ordinance No. 95. > Be it Ordaijiedi— ( , It slull hereafter be unlaw/ fill for any owner, person or persons of an Automoble, Motorcyle or Bicycle when driving or riding within the coperate limits of the town of Alto, Texas, to exceed 10 miles per hou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 August 1912

f 7 ><• .t'T' I If"' r If • I mall f(ice< r*roi •lav. • t1 case a pi fiati •Mir rest ft 'Jot WAX ccr der itc< 5.1 pes till Pi tTl< cai t mi *1 tic w 3. u i< s< T BE CONSTIPATED v ' Everyone knows wlien he is constipftteil, and every- one should know the risk ha is ruuuing when he fail# to promptly correct it. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is a Bowel Tonic and Regulator. It empties the bowels just as thoroughly as the harsh, griping cathartics and does it mildly, comfortably, pleas- antly. MCji'epver, it leaves a beneficial influence behind it because tliu bowels remain healthy and regular thus there is no return to constipated conditions. Oct the Oenullts wit* lly? figure "3" in Red oil Front Label. Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. noon when thw. ^Ccltie family was picknicking. Keltic him- self narrowly ercayed drowr- ing in attempting to save the others. The bodies were recovered. Myer lived at San Antonic and was visiting here. The bodies of all will'be shippe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 August 1912

1 ♦ It HI- ■JZ. mimm >?v If rr *■- + '■ - pl,.. n isa5g5a5fesasag3&^cy^^iisgsaga5agasa5as?.5T sgin^5m?.^^ fi up The Pall Adv. Is Here, So Get Ready S^-H5B5ag^5Z!^5Era5HS"g5H!rPJb^?lt.gg5clsa5ti5BSg5Z You Will Save Money By Contracting Space As the fall season is Here, it will pay y<ju to contract for, special sp&ce at a special place. You will save money and get bet- ter results. Try a new way of advertising use more space, take an interest in it and it will make you money. siOSige of Ad Must be In Office Not Later Than Wed. ^Tasa5a5a5a5tL5aaasE5H555g^aErMg5a5ra5-d5agg5B5asn^ All Copy for Remember tha mego to Press Wednesbay 6 o'clock p, m. and it is necessary that all copy for change of ad be in orfce not iater than Wednesday 12 o'clock; Our Job Beuartment Have Your Job Work Done Here; Save IY!onev igggs^sa'ygrasaslggg |^gjgg-?p5:-^asgBaini&s Is complete and it will always pay you to figure us. rWe can do the work to your satisfaction. Give us a trial and be convi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 August 1912

m .w. - «■< r\*r, w «'< sui ffc< rir da ca a j* •ft! re #< w cc £ P' tl r ti e. n t Jelt Cotton Time Table I was the first man to enter at large will reap vast benefit the race, and would easily j It is only by the strength, have been elected, if Mr. Dres J added wisdom and spirit of 1 I l.«.1 ..nior.vl tlir> r.nnv I ffpnprnl iiilt-rcst fostered thai pil-;:(l II tl V IVWV I* - — - - I !£i>r the information of our rul j ]iatj n0( entered the race. I general interest fos t y.v publish ine tolhiwins: realized \vhcn be entered the through a union of all, -clirrtule ot arrival and departure I, . ... . ' 1.1 1 . i ... ,f ;iu* Cotton lleli tr at Alto::race that it wo;ild be in^ossi- the best and most wide- sj ble to defeat him, a&d uutde result can be obtained. nout> woi'xn this fact kntjui '40 maay Of No. 4«m S;5- "'(my personal frieuds. I triedjQJY^ YOUR IJVlR >'«>• 402 3:'5 P 1111 to get 1Uy opponents to agree, ' 1 r i in fjlAVfr. ,s'j"Tii lioiNi) to have ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 August 1912

I :--Sf \ Tl .'-ffiggf1 * It's Casey Jones If "Casey Jones" took the ''Beautiful Girl" "Down the* by the Old Mill Stream" to. hear ^Alexanders Rag -Time Band' play "Meet Me To-Night in Dreamland/' why not take your "Mysterious Rags" to BLOUNT & SCALES' Tailor Shop for Cleaning,. Pressing, Dying and Repairing for "Everybody Doin' It Now/' cunt & Scales t * * * V i I * v V .J. (■rar; vMUH47KUHr-juwra Jhc Br East Tcras Fair There's 110 deyning the fact that Palestine pfople are adv- ertising their shows; every town in Ivas\ Texas shows evidence of it. They have had five nun out on the road work- To City Officials. You will please notify your dairyman, through the press or otherwise, that this depart- ments expects them to have their cows tested by a compe- tent veterinary surgeon to find ing every town from Longviewj find whether or upl any of Henderson and Mineola and | them are diseased. It is clear to the north to Hearne on the, that it is the dairyman's duty to see to it th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 August 1912

- ' ■ . 4 m as 1 rw - r # %' ¥ Till tfr <la ca a T>f •&' re * \y CM ii 5? R f I :> ""TtI '•- - •' •' ' • ->.K '■#. • «r^- ,.-rt MBrnui >■ ■ «■ ■" ' <K>—~~L7. Honest Values And Right Prices AT OUR STORE DON'T WISH FOft I T , but get I t. Alton Lively THE ALTO HERALD *. j;, ai^kx i'/i>itok. SUBSCHIPTION RATES One Vear Si.oo Six Months 50 three Months 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. IS'o name will be put on the books until paid for. Kntered as second class matter Jan. 3, 1001, at iflle1 po tofiice at Alto, Texas, unier act of March 1, 1879. Notice to the Public. 'Auyertoneotts reflection upon the character. standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation, which may appear in the columns of The Herald will be gladly cor- rected upon its being brought to 'the attention of the publishers. The way that wins is hard-. Life is larger than morality. th. Alto is noted for good heal- li business good? Then you ought to smile. If you would keep ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 August 1912

L Thoroughly Guaranoqtd KITCHEN SETS GIVEN AWAY AT r. 8. ROOK Dry Goods and Shoes Ladies and Misses Ready 1o Wear Hats., Headquarters for all High class Jewey A ALTO, * TEXAS V \ * * V * \ * y )t A • ••' ' ' ■ " - —>• Aid Notes i * The rendition of the pro- gram nt The Ladies Aid on last Friday afternoon was splendid and good crowd was present the'program was helpful and many good on the subject of missionary were discusse. Minutes of last two meetings were read after which they were dismiss- ed. Another interesting stu- dy will be tor next Friday af- ternoon. The prospects for the success of the society is encouraging. W« After The Autos An Illinois town has adopt- ed some good plans relative to antos in their city. The may- or and citizens hope to curb some 'of the evil caused by reckless drivers. They say that-" Drivers must turn to the right and turn square corners. In stoppi ng cars on business streets always stop the car with the right hind wheel at least five feet away. By...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 August 1912

■*> /J' v A * pj /" * xu ffr r>f dc CI a r> X (. 1 f • •f. VfT," m*w, «* ' wr* —- EI . tu. ^ ^ BIG-4-D00R-ST0 frank, Haws & Crouch *' 3 vwki-VK&asKeja, New Goods Arriving Daily—Our Stock is Now Ne^aring Completion in Every Department, So in Due Time We Will be Ready to Show * •V / You All the Newest Things for Fall—Keep Your Eye on this Sace —It Will Pay You and Pay You Well—Watch for Next Week's Ad. wnmyrwyftrmrm-j t jqmasjur<nurF<rtmmi>| UEiSUMMO* .*,<!: >y.3^-'i:r. IwMf'ia. sws snfylv'". «. ^,V y.v.vy. r • v>.t >x-.. V.-^m. V*..c■+:<!:*> E«m,32nKaEaaE3!aai«BBEna*eaj^ | James I,'Perkins, J"., at- 11. T. Johusc/fi and H. I Iain ! Mrs. S. A. Bice and grand/ We invite yon to. come and , tended business in Rusk yes-j of Ilillsboro, were here Tlies-: daughter Mrs. Thomas are | inspect our stock of shoes and day looking for cotton pic'k -; spending a few days in Dinl-ldry goods while in town, we Personals *aaas>miimmsKi Ivai'cu For Special ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 September 1912

r' i.V'v I Le , « & M '6. w 0! M « • V $' V I $ if & H | « ,r*. •V & tr B "i z jn 44 •> ► l < r> r t f ■■" ' v <"l \j V 1 V I Volume XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 19:2 Numbe.s 4.1 xzlj .- s r .3 vr ii 7 jn&vv.SB To The. Farmers \Vc want your business and will extend you cv^r/ accommodation cosisicnt v/ifh good banking. TIIK ALTO STATE BANK DEATH OF DR. A. II. YlcCORD 4 a f«Wli cVVWYtfV c r:'A M. C. Parrish President \ GUARANTY Fl'ND BANK F. 1:. Florence Vice-President T. P. Miller ■ p Cashier One of Rusk's Loading Citizeris Dies Suddenly. Entire Community Cast in Glcom. : 1 Oil fe.itcrday 1UJi about S:;,o Dr. A II. MeCord parsed into the great Ih-yond, S his death coming as a shock ^5 i to the cbiumunity, being en- tirely unheralded and unlouk- I <R ed for. All the bmdess houses had closed their doors and the ■ citizens hid gone to Irbyi Springs to-open a new road' from Rusk to Atoy. Dr. Me-j Cord was among the first to reach the scene of the ...

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

i Y< TU d) CI a c. i i { % rrrt^.* -• < - ■■< ne ^ . ,TTT^777^ «*. • v^.AfwSCZ' r***?—++• j£s£^*rj*i *0&£ TiVot-rou^hly Guaraneetd ITCHEN ^ETS GIVEN AWAY AT f\ 8. ROOK Dry Goods ai](l Shoes Ladies and Misses Ready to Wear Hats. I S^ad quarters for all high cla.sks Jewey %! ALTO, : : TEXAS K i. V * \ * * * V \ V * V i A -r ;;w,wi XM.'f y Tczag Coni:Tierc: and Ship- building;. A* late foreigh cable states that England is rushing or- \Tom-m Waits for T$ft With Knife. Cphtnibus, Ohio, Aug. 29. —A woman with two long 1 :iivc.<; concealed in her ploth- ders for a fleet of large steam- ing awaiting the coming of| ships for the Panama canal President to his hotel;trade. here this morning. When.! England is uot the only lo- arr * * *' -*• — Caioline Beers;, aged forty years, and said she was the president's wife. Mrs. Boers v as found 011 one of the upper fl, ested she gave the name of cality that is getting bpsy in \vater commerce, for a review of river, harbor and canal im-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 September 1912

r 1 —... \ JL_ U * i rr • ti 11 • i in .... x ggjK iflhwm'i Honest Values AND Riflht Prifees AT OUR STOkE DON'T WISH FOR " 1 GET I T. i Alton Lively By ustWjiyihjf the he tfa same space in the ftafler each issue you impress upon the public that you nieaU bUsitibss aqd aj-e thete *o stay. THe Weak spot ip sopie ad- vertising usqally lies in the fact that you are pot consis- tent in keepipg your business before the buying public. In listing prices on $1.98 marlf. will have more ef- fect than *y^2.oo mark, be- cause most cy^ryone nowadays is seeking to save the ode! pennies. The,rural free driver/ has eliminated the isolation of farm life, and with the telephone and the auto, has brought the p>ost distant farm into close nallv touch with the wofld at Urge. Farm lauds served by rural free delivery routes are worth at the least $5 ,an acre more than lands,not td located on such routes, which is the farmers' estimate pf the value roods & of the service. Uncle Sam has never nia'le a...

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