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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 September 1912

■ r i ■* " 22^ir. , ' - 4Mb fc ♦ i 1' ni rii dc ci # a ft x c • * t • * / s* r 3 For The Man Who Shaves ; fuRHAMli-luPLExl Cut til: Add out and bring to JtAZOH our store. mAMaRfWtoAMf^ Cancers, Tmnoj's; • • J leer.*, Moles, Chronic, Sores, Fis- tulas and Piles removed without knife or pain. V. P. BARTON, M. D. Cusljing, Te*. rr lllll Hill J--.XXV ■BCOKgr'TTT- . ... .f^ . ' ' ' V~asaCS'*i^JL :f*staazz THE SIGN ..••r ~~ * ., ^ Jfcr , ■ Mail or bring this Ad. to our store and we will give vot; a Durham Demonstrator with one blade tor 35CIS to become your personal property. Wanted at Druso, Houston county, Texas, team's to do grading work one Southeast Railway, two months work. $4.00 rind $4.50 per day. apply on works. C. M. McConuico. a inie. Add.!-:; Cii- H-V. SITTON. DRUG STORE :ksksgk joxsamaaBi ti-iX-SU telt Cotton t inte Table Vyiv ;lie itifpr nation of our ml . we publish the following icdi'.Je of arrival and departure 1 Alto: ihe Cotton. Be} t 'rams NOKT.II liOl >'D -1P1. ; &...

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

i V rrr I SOCIETY INLWS I www Mrs. Francis' Entertainment. West Evening Party. Among the enter'.ainuieuts of pleasure of the past week, was the party given by Miss Yerline King on last Satur- day niglit for her crowd. She was assisted in entertaining by her sisters, Misses Bonnie and Sue and Clyde Scales. Many childish games were played by the happy young people, Mr. Scales suggest- ing many for instance: "We are marching around the levy," "Simon says wig-wag," "Winkem-skinkem," "Drop ping the handkerchief," "Club iist," "Froggie in the middle," snJ the famous game "Snap." Clyde generously offered liis talent to aid in making tlie affair a happy menioty to all who participated at this age tin sj young people merge into a nature's day, and mere earnest views open upon lift's vista; hence this happiness as they enjoyed will ever serve to memorize the hour in which such pleasures were so much enjoyed. Indoor and outdoor games were played until they were served wifh delicious refresh- m...

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

• •••' K, S xi, •hit. • w*«vr.r**' «?pr- I "V f< Atctwoiifs i :. Who, ^^wiihthe tllmMtf ®f their sex are In heed of the great strengthening, cleansing and. regulating properties of Alstf Hitters It pufs the iiver, 'stomach and bowels in fine healthy condition, builds up the nervous system, strengthens the body,, clears the com- plexion and changes a poor, tired, discouraged woman into one of sparkling good health and cheerfulness. . i , V '■ '<4«t the llcDUinc wltll tb Ftguro-"J" In liti en Front Label. Sold cjr Druggists. Price $1.00 per boUle. IK A. C. Harison Drug Co. More or Less True, Seldom has there been bet- ter advice for the conduct of the human family th,an is boiled down in nine compre- hensive antithesis. Drink less, breathe more, eat less, chew more, ride less, walk jnore, clothe less, bathe more, worry less, work more, ft-aste •^essy give more, write' less, ^reacl more, talk les*, think more, preach less, jifActice anore. To follow these js to strike tor better ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 September 1912

I. ' VMMMfr • \ ^asasagasasasBE'dis iw".. .(.IH ^ yiw.. •, ., ,.'). ■•' SSMSa You Will Save Money v By Contracting Space feaasE5ra5asasH5gsa5agg5a5F.sa5^5?-g?_57-b?j?5sa5Hi The Fall Adv. Season 1- ' * •«• ■ <v_, rf Is Here, So Get Ready As the fall season is here, it will pay you to contract for special space 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. All Copy for Change of Ad Must be In Office Not Later Than Wed, Morn. Remember that we go to Press Wednesbay 6 o'clock p. m. and it is necessary that all copy for change of ad be inoffce not later than Wednesday 12 o'clock, Our Job Department Is complete and it will always pay you to figure with us. We can do the work to your satisfaction. Give us a trial and be convinced. Have Your Job Work Done Here; Save Money asagasasgajjsasasasas adsasatesasaggslsmg.-^ MfflWWIIWMfflWfflM Personals Ra'es For Special Noticcs: Loc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 September 1912

,1 w: S-u Tr\ -ii'lL r' ^ 1 vScld ter ach the li ■boiled hensh less), 1 chew jnore, worrj '^eSS^ ^read more an ore strik ilier kucc • , M • lv the ' frou lunf liess mat jilw wa; Kii ybu Ihe thii lut lies co! ill! 1)1 tie ,g 6 f= 1r„ I NEWS FROM THE BO 4 DOOR ST ORE I :3t;t.7z Our Buyers Returned Last Week From St. LOUIS AND OTHER MARKETS ~ TO DAY WE HAVE ipwi,*3mpmamasatiz.\ ittammm v 1 H Fall and winter Clothing, Shoes; Hats and Gents Furnishings, Dress s " Goods, Silks, Notions. Millinery, Women and Misses Coat Suits and Wraps, More to come. Arriving Daily A Splendid Line of Coat Suits to seleet from, no need to order your fall Suit, come where you have a remarkable collection to select from. : : .: : : : M 5P?S 1 BARRY SHOES For nobby Dresser and conserative MEN, who like to set the pas in fashon and to express their individuality in dress. We offer many attractive models for fall and winter wean Mens fall hats? WATCH THE SHOW WINDOW. ———————— - -• ■ - ,1 r ■— I I ■gfWpTMl mrr 1 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 September 1912

I .7'/, CD he Blto IMeraUL Volume Xtf. (5TEXXS> THUSHSDAY, SEBTENtfJER *a *912 *r-^rzs*F~ Tp The I^rwie^s jl W,e,yrant your .Uis^^s qnd jyill expend j(-pu every } accommodation cosistent with good bfo^'ys- TIIE ALTO STATE BANK M. C. Parrisli President A GUARANTY TO $M r.t Florence V^e-pr^sident T. D. Miller Cashier hh Tuborcular Exhibit. A display of tubercular bee£ products will he shown, demonstrated by Dr. James B^irneson, federal inspector, on the Cotton Belt track Sat- urday Sept. 14. Tliis exhibit has been secur- ed at ho tittle expense and should be seen by all and should prove of equal interest; to the producers and consum- er* of meat and milk. /his display demonstrates frasibiUiy of the State Food & Drug department, demand- ing all daii\es to have their herds inspected that the ceased animals may be cminated at the earliest time possibly. There will be 110 charge and all ar£ interested ;o see the display and Or. xlurneson jyill gladly answer questions. Slumber Party...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 September 1912

,1 " "fST1" V '3 . f > I X 11 t) 1 pelt Cotton Time Table l-ur the inf nnatiou of our rid t r we ]jvI f;>h I he following • heduh- "t at1!' i\- jl anil departure | ,1 the C itton licit trail'.' :u Alio: J;U;;TII noi'M> ,\o. 411 \ 8:52 a 1:1 No- 40-' *:J5 rt m l-.il, jfil p'irTir jicr-:p (): ■/■> :t in i'so. •• •'•' r111 x I.OCALS I.'oitli ii;u:u! N'i', 43....'.:52a 111 South Bound -N16. |i . . 12:85 p 11 Variety in Advertising. A writer in one of the ad/ jrertiscrs' magazines says that a ccrtain type oi adverti. anient is about as interesting as a heap of clam shells in a va- t lot. The kind of "ad" he ib criticising is the stereo- typed, cnt-aiul-drird "card," which still represents the most advanced form of public- ity in the conception ot >me ( busine sni'ii. It is safe to say 1:0 advertisement • is a good advertisment which ineie'y make:; !:;ioutt the ex- igence of the business it ex- nlo.i l 'ic public is 11 it iu- j terested in the fact that the business exists—...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 September 1912

I Trr-"V'-"7t ht . ■1—.'TI,I f i ( \ .«*:• v < <•' - THE ALTO-HERALD E. E. ALL,UN. I?n<roR. SUBSCRIPTiO!! One Year . #t.oo Six Months... Three Months. All Numbers of Houston atlvl Nacogdoclies people ate nial- ketuig tlieir cottOU here al- ready. Bebauite you have done it fqr yeaas is probably the best 'i, !e^;.u$p for changing your II subscriptions ate payable in ■ method. advance. No nan:e,iwill be put j ! on the books until paid tor. A considerable pari bf th?1 : lives,of great nien is devoted Entered as second class matter | tQ tl>e we]fare 0f tl,feir com- Jan. 3. 1901, at thenpo^toffica at Alto, Texas, under r.-:t of March | $ ' . 1879. i Noticc to tjie Wlic. •I1 ' Any erioneous reflection ujion the character, standing or reputation of otiy person, firm or corporation, which may appear in ike'columns of The Herald will be gladly cor- rected upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. Capital does not roam J around piomiscttously; It jinakfcs a bee-lin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 September 1912

9SL ' .i'" H (J. mk 4 t i • t '«i mmm If jo—ite^SBeocwwfa 4 ! SWEATERS !' SWEATERS R | It is lint weather to l)e talking about Sweaters, but nevertheless we have I never been ttble to get together such a beautiful line of Lacfies, Misses and \ 1 Childrens Sweaters. All the styles,'tfll the qualities, all the colors, at all prices. Von can find what you want at the price j'ou want to pay. u l > 1UAAA ^ a; jgc/f NEWS FRANK, HAWS & CR0UC1 n zassza ^ | We take pleasure in announcing to the people, of Alto And Cherokee Countlr t ~"Ete. is now complete in every department and we are fully equipped to mi et Our buyer spent much time in making purchases for the FALL. Buying {s 11 productions of the season which enables us to Suit your every want, not only s | our stock and values before making your fall purchases; our great aim is t > % | and low prices, asruring you of the fact that we can save you money. We have the goods—we have the prices—\ye wa it y 48 THE BIG STORE—THE ONLY ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 September 1912

J&l FROM Coats, Coat Suits: and Dressed Our stock embraces the lstest creation? in Ladies, Misses and Childrens Coats, Coat Suits and Dresses. This line we were4 exceedingly careful in buying, for we well know, we Could hot impose upon vou something out of date or of defective mtjterial. We trUst we will have the pleasure of showing you any or all of this line before you buy. UGH Fall Announcement unttr that our stock of Dry Goods, Clothing,, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Millinery mi et every demand and BETTER prepared than ever before to serve you. tig i s we did for each department; [a distinguished collection of all the newest t on ly in goods, but prices. Also we particularly request you to investigate is ti serve and please, is dominant in our endless variety to select from, 'e wa it your business. Below we give you a bird's eye view of the different departments of this great establishment. LUSIVE DRY GOODS STORE IN ALTO Rg. yim wwwwftwyW'tfk. < rtiYa S &0 T H I N G PARTMEN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 September 1912

■mDBBSPt ,'itijMiin— w: rr\ (A* 11/ .. ' ,1 \-:vi '; <*•<**' sir V>Aj'< C ■ irmem <rv / • ■ I ..■!■ '1' IWI . I %■«—I f n ■Ma -\'V ASH BSTTERS U - ' -r , • INDIGESTION, CONSTIPATION, KIDNEY TROUBLE. fl CI f.ANSIS INVIG0RA1TS Eokl- by, DrUgg! te. Price $1.00 per bottle. N3 He Objected to Advertising. "We never advertise,'' said ♦lie present owner of an old established nail* restorer. "On the contrary, we tejl onr cus- tomers distinctly in the litera tnre which accompanies each bottle that they in list appre- About Advertising. \ 4 ' S Many a merchant tl\inks lie cannot afford to advertise when lie'looks,at the big spree used by>bipf advertisers. He forgets that those same big advertisers had to start in a small way—had to creep be- ciate onr preparation because fore they walk. we have never descended u> the vulgarity of advertising." "And is business is good hs it used to be?" "It has not been so gdod this year, but in the main we are holding our own." "You are--...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 September 1912

•'r Jpne * ^ If 1 Casey Jones ' $ook the ''.Beautiful Girl" "Dowr; the by the Old Mill Stream1' to hear >'Alexanders Rag-TtmeBand Jy 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/' c* I Blount & Scales k £ Notice ! body. His faithfulness, fklel- , . . , . J ity and ability have won for We have started o„r plant hiln |cadersl,fp j„ ,he Senate and we are go.ng to gup the' , |1|elito, pr,.m0UM, ,;c s Kr\Ke,. l>osslbIc ,a"d <™ has received from the people, appreciate the support already > given us but of course j-ott may expect the lights to go put some time as all machinery will go bad some time. Alto Light & Power Co ]. W. Carter is in Dallas this week buying goods for his fall and \yinter trade. Air. Hot days followed by cool nights will breed malaria in the body that is billions or costive. Prickly Ash Bitters is very valu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 12 September 1912

' ft'' , MHP |W|' nil i i*. n> mwy m m%/4 ■ -A CmmL Persona|s f Ra'cs For SjpedaT tfotices: ■ Mxi N«Hc-««-! Loc< Is s cents per line fo. eacli Insertion. " ' ''" Card of tli.uiks 3 cents per line. Obituaries 2^ cents perHn^'.' |<ead Rook's closing out ad. Paul Gumn spent la^t Fri- day in Rus& See Hop.k's new line of jewclery. J. T. Monnee spent Monday in Wildhnrst. New goods arriving every day av JJ^rnett & Price. Chester Guinn spent Mon- day in Wiidhurst. Burnett <S: Price can save you money on your shoes. Chas. Dov.se y of Rusk spent Sunday in the city. See us for all kinds of house and kitchen furniture. Feazell Hros. Rc..j,^ Rood's closing ou| ad. Homer Price spent Sunday in Uufkln with hciiie folks. : 1:1 i < lioiil t ' : Dnruett P/ict? can save :you nyiney^on S'utiV. grdceriej. Geo. Musick is attending busfnts^ th' ^Vi'sk this' week. T.Ue largest |ine of np-to- da^fe lewelery fevef in Altp at J, mi 1 •|' «" ' . „ George Singletary spent a few hours in Ru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 September 1912

• I - ,• N f! the 'OLUME XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 1912 NuMBKk 43 < J i ALTO HIGH SCHOOL WrtftfkViMVW c u-VsrVif a c csV^Ve 4 s sW Whether Large or Small We Want your Barking Business, THE ALTO STATE BANK A GUARANTY FUND BANK M. C. Parrish F. F. Florence T. 0. Milier President Vice-President Cashier Morrill News. Miss Bertha Boyd left this [week for St, Louis. Robert Bolton spent tke I veek end with Morrill friends. Miss Edna Dales of Jack- sonville, spent Sunday in Morrill. Mr. Kitine was reported ill this week. • Misses Corine and Lena Campbell are spending the week with Tyler friends. Walt£r_Hall weut to Alto Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Keller went to Lufkin Thursday, return* iug on afternoon train. Mr. Kuykeudall went to Wildhurst Friday. Irvin Tucker of Forest was here Tuesday. Frank Miller of Jackson- ville was here 011 business Monday. A Certain Shot on Chills. I have been using using your -Cheatharats Chill Tonis in my family for sometime and can say it ij a cert...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 September 1912

ww j ~ % ' v' •■ r "' v - ♦ : "VVv i \r ' C C ? 3 c v jew J in ] da^ ( d;n vol Su an- 9" Belt Cotton Time . Kor the inform at \>'i i ers we puMi ii. ili.v, schedule of art ivr! -at\ ' of the Cotton Belt turn ""!"i'd crowing these proWts. Ciijiv/ Incf Hi I I. J I - * . . . . ur udithe opportu :uy to W, bo- nectiou with the fair The ness and the fact tliat.uo iirve growers lost nnlii ns of dol- was made toward arranging ^ . lars and the con. timers lost for a poultry exhibit ^^^ "v 11 sa: was following icnise of tlie lack of facilities I tittle over two weeks ago the. distribute the uew poultry budding ol J. No- 40 |. No. 402. No. 401 -No. 403 . Nin: 1 POT "I'll lJOl'NIJ Virttire ;52 a in ; 15 p 111 e • Southwest.' Houston Onii'v Fair \cs:-l .1- g del with spleu- 3 •did qu-i.ity l'u\U at the open/ i.I North Hound South Bound \o. \2 ■ No, 41 • .7-1 1 .9: 12:85 p El 111 111 10 ^ properly gi ?at crop of the ^ 1'! is meeting has been called ition w.v c b\ C'd. F. P. Holland, prcsi- did...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 September 1912

mr.—y i5 F it * |V K ? A K £. K If: the alto herald K. E. ALLE#. Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year iiix Months. Vhree Months. ..: .$i.oo • .50 • ,35 All subscriptions are payable ill advance. No tiatii'e will "be put on the books until paid for. ( j 1# Kntered as second-class matter Jan. 3, 1901, at the postoffiefc'at Alto, Texas, unler act of March ), I879. Notice to thp public. f Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation, which may appear in the columns of The Herald will l>e gladly cor- rected upon its being brought to the attention qf the publishers. ^.dyertjse your natural ad- vantages. Lack of dircctuess leads stagnation. to Organization is tlie of medern progress. slogan A city's natural advantages ?re it's greatest assets4 A commercial cltfb should be permanent, not spasmodic. -=s^B A good friend is a splendid advertisement. Make frieuds. Oivip development should be the first step in city build- ing. "Everybod...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 September 1912

1 H' I >.y, ' ■ • v* 1 fcwi hwm —i win "im "• '1--' — mm mm -J""TtttUt. IT _If St " SZi'j* iv i *m. • ' ty- rj- jtr mar .t s ittie asc n T n a _ - a on ?.srs. : a .e . ,.r jul irr JtZ-JT 31'*- r-* • urr £ .. r. 1 rae ,1k:* --ran- X . i.e. su.x*€in<it* ^n .;rra,rr:.- r. r- jnc.ft si in ix -iit -srr _ JUST 2'U > t, wrn-r issra® j*. ... ::c*- V:BSE riii.'.'Ttrr. >iyy „a a: a :i*- nrws n rr sua. eLI ?&e -r - ;n«§3er Her ■.. a&St. *3'«ue.'.* ii-smc VTEfr r ISTtBt, T •*«: ic ac: ~ x. - ' aut i ::: .: :i.i xc- ■x -r-r • >t rr rf ;i • * 2 J5ST?«Bt rti its ira^ :a:nnuwi tr>t «*mflK a *•'* si* «*?* * its jt<: ' ••r v-an-et fer !j* vir- nwr; md. «? «.* - ' a ,l.t *v *' . v.-.u* * " «** ^WOpf tf I ■ tmtf xziest - i.'it T " > '£sa.~ trt serfaefcf i- . ••: '\y h' cr ts sa i _,_t ir 'y-r 'icrx 2-« < i i ~v • ••i; TT flyT ?'■! *" ■-■' ■ / *T ^ , ne 1*"" vi' •' ' <*- t ■• «"■ ",v * T-rrtii- f '< W'-M -vr *S3S "•*%. kt " ^ *>'- ^ ———~ ™* u^jnr ; VT * asnw^r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 September 1912

mm *. ■* ■ggWWB"?-..! f ' Statement of The Farmers Union Telephone Co. From July 15th to August I5ih, 1912. Debt Old Accounts Due $ 68.50 Rents 431 phones 241.30 Long Distance Collection 123.46 Cash op hand Aug. 15 1460 Balance due bank July T5 none Collected in Advance 12.75 Total $460.61 Crot it Old Accounts on Hand 61.75 Collected in advance last rpt... 31.35 Other expenses material etc 93-56 Refunds none Operating Expenses iSS.c# Paid long distance account 47.15 P.iid W. F. Burke : 25.00 Bal. Due Bank July 15th, i3-So Total $460.61 Indebtiness the Company owed on old note $498.10 Commision 011 Long Distance $45.to I,. D. Unpaid This repoi t is true and corrcct to the best of my knowledge and belief and acording to the books. This 15th day cf Aug., 1912. E. C. BATES. Personals. Byron Sculley move:l into his new home last week. Byron has oue of the prettiest little homes in Alto. Just received a shipment of new and second-hand .stoves. We have the best at- the low est price. Feaze...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 September 1912

,t**J ■mm •ssr; .. .it-arc.-;: - ..t^..r, — • . ^2 !?* •B7 . • ■ • m HS!"« PSBSBSEgaSHSBSHSaSES ggagBSB£H5Z£T45H5cL£rg5Ha5 JH [g] To Qur friends and Customers B □l5H5?-5B5H5B5B5agH szsasBgasasHsSafoi We desire to thank one and all for the nice patron- age given ns sin^e we have been in your midst. \\ e wish to say futlier thr^t we came here to stay, but 1' RIIvNl^S; we ei^peyt (o lfler'it and hppe to have your confidence; a lid' a part of yo\Vv wt least. \\re g'a^e'r to t he' hpfe and pocket book of the people who have to buy, and we are prepared and will sell goods as cheap as the same quality of goods can be sold any where—we bar no place—true we do not buy all our goods in car lots, but where others do, aud make the price. We are able to do as w&U or letter because we are satisfied with a rea- sonable per ce;it, while flic difference L the large buyer makes a bigger profjt than we. We carry a carefully Selected sto.ck of General Merchandise, Dr^r Goods', Nations, Boots, Jalio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 September 1912

n-' * * f k It's Casey Jones f If "Casey Jones" took the ''Beautiful Girl" "Down the |\ by the 013 Mill Stream'' to hear ^ Alexanders Rag-TtmeBand 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 Freckeleater > AND ,, Tan-no-Mpre ^ */ Two of the roost Scientific Beautifying Agencies Known 0'L Jv Doin' It Now." tit * * lount & Scales k k * FRECKELEATER CREAM . The remover of skin imperfections lUch as freckles, tan, sunburn, ring .worm, liver spot* and all kindred (kin troubles- Makes bad Compleetlons 6ood and 6ood Collections Better Price 25 and 50c. TAN-NO-MORE THE SKIN BEAUTIFIER * t Two preparations combined int? one. ~ It serves as a massajje creamj thoroughly cleansing the porct of the skin, and as an invisible povder that cannot be detected, Prlca 35 and 50c Aid Programme Friday September 2oth,[(9!2 1. Song-. 2. Bible Reading, Ps. F.g' i 5-1S; 53; ...

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