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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 19 September 1912

•« w we e:^{ aud a and pt are pn qnalit place- where do as SO,nab makes select* Nqtlo: Read} expec renew Heate and V first c iust c get it and b ruffle the s; i cottoi pure? h* S Size ' Pipe co uiii Hs5 IS? irtn« \ yi' •artn iv men idiu a wl each [f yc ads u r s ce f' Ch. ght 11, t! i as id tc Dn ' gilt :y w it 1 or. vice iVli- m 1: :e 1 ght Lie 1 liel ed 5 wi I n tVh ne, ity ey eh reti bn ke ks- V. ida i SEPTEMBE 27-28 1812! 1 • W j 1*2/ J i i * i A A A A i To the GRAND OPENING and Presentations of FALL MILLINERY i/ and DRESS GOODS Display. Friday, Friday Night, Saturday \$ and Saturday Night September 27, 28, 1912. This is our special \ \ INVITATION for you to attend this great event of the season. HATS will be on display, to su.«i every FACE, large email and medium HATS in Velours French Felts and all the NEWEST HINKY PINKY Styles of the season. We are using every effort to make this OPENING Beth Attractive and Profitable to you in making your selection for fashionable head— wear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 September 1912

J \ y «/ ^22/ #>4 4s Volumic XII ALTO, TEXAS,, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 1912 , r.\n;i'ii m i"JK.1XL -r™trTr.Tr •%—w-.yy.m.^ II Whether Large or Small We Want your Banking Business, -I ii £ )j J ALTO STATE BANK A GUARANTY FUND BANK M. C. Pcrrisli President !7i P. F. Florence Vice-President vao«attQ®*v*jatajt«ta . Tsr*#.w. i.. T. Li. Miller mrjrrtr? >vrn.ra 14* w r^ r. tjhwjp, arwri JUToajammiTOnii ihwmi E. Y, P. U. Programme Subject — Tlie Country Church. 1, "Bless be the tie that Binds." 2. Prayer—By Leader. Song —"Stand up for 0 J c sits. 4. Lord's Prayer in Con- cert (all standing.) 5. Bible Rearding All turn to Matthew 2b:ib-2o and read in conceit. 6. Act. 15:1-3—Mrs Allen 7- ion, Tviis:-; N lien. 1 1:2 i r 2:25-29- 1 w ' /.liSS 12:1 t2 — By Country to Cod— Revc I.elt 8. At. t Ethel Pro • 9. Ro. 1 Leader. 10. W it tlie Lhurche arc worth Altnar Burnett. 11. Wuat are some of the Problem •• of the Country Churches ind Vitahzation tin Underlying; Principle— Mr. Allen. Tell lww we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 September 1912

r^v 1'' —11 inftfr U5H51 V age gi to say we e-j aud a and p are pt qtialil place- when do as Sp.nal: make Select Notic Read expe< rene\ Heat and ' first . * ' just get ii and 1 ruffl the 5 cottc pure b.i2. bs; □ 5 tMKTwnrvw • - v-> I i' A1! ; life fir CHILDREN Win V'.vc vomi5, who ?re sickly, reallcos or irritable; those vrho c.it too much ny. -ct [ tu£f, who Buii'er from colic or irregular bowel movements, will srow - i anJ cheerful under the cleansing and invigorating influence of /i.i u i ;rrectivc for disorders in the stomach or bov.cls, foi clear- Jv t'.-..- o >r.':lesiou and promoting appetite, sound sleep and cheerful Piurils, it i •. unequalcd. Good for either sex and all ages (rovi uvj yc.v.j i;ji" ..r.'.i. Cv". !h; Genuine vltlJ t!:e rigure "3' \*. r-f-J • * ' cuts, If. Red on Prcnt Label. Price $1.00 per bCttlc. -^rt^-aetmaBEB^v^EPEnagBHiEZBseK A. c. Harison Dru 3 Co. I o. peaches for the want of a ' market. If lie had arranged i to c .11 the pirt of his crop for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 September 1912

V W'Jf. > ■'V ii { V i It's Casey Jones tf "Casey Jones" took the "Beautiful Girl" ^Dowil the by the Old Mill Stream" tft hear 1'Alexanders Rag-TtitieBand play wMeefe Me To-NigHt in Dreamland," why not take your "Mysterious Rags" to BLOUNT & SCALES' Tailor Shop for Cleaning! Pressing, Dying and Repairing fbr 1Everybody Doinf It Now/' •£ lount & Scales * vKvrnr/MFZxvr*^xvinsmr* | — ' g I Personals 11 * Ra'cs For Spccial Notices: 1. ..:. Is 5 cents per line for esfcli ir.scrtii jii. r ai'fl of thanks 3 cents per line; Obituaries 2j.j cents per line. F. F. Florence spent Sun- day with parents in Rusk. Remember to phone your news to the ilerald. John Snulser of Forest spent Satiirday with friends. New goods, arriving every day at Burnett <S: Price. Cecil Boyd spent a ew hours Saturday With relatives. Burnett & Price can save you money on your shoes. Mr. English of Forest spent last Friday in the city trad- inff. Burnett Price can save you money on your groceries. Jim L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 September 1912

laisas in Li □lSBI to sa '/ vi we e: aud '<■ and ] are p qnal pi act whei do a sp,n a nink Selec Not; Reai expe rene Hea and first . * ' l list get and ruff the cott pur $.12 Siz< Pip COtl m i * fH y ■ u v MMMgPN jvr- *«.• ^ ■ ,r v«- . '.r 'H. I ■■■ ■ l .T'ia .: 4.a , mtntv:: "7.' ■ FWUUM *>*eww«wrwimvr Aiwwv wr.vi*-w.iriw rruruwM ^rawawwP'ai^'; — ->T"* .. s -v I .V, . THE ATTRACTIVELY DRESSti) MAN He ;.n't always the man who pays the most f< r FREK—FREE. We are'To All Democrats and Good j ^ going to give ior $a5*°° cash People Generally. | ■ ! trade, one of the best talking . . ' • 'ttachi'ieon the market. Spend, c tJinnid money of tru your money at the cheap store!1 interest, willnol be >' 3ns . ,o .ies. v car In most cases he is ihc man who , CI'RLEE CLOTHES. -v.- Atid as ; CCRT 171 m;-.. ill JllOtC othe i all things there's a reason. The reason has Sens a —host sense. • The .rres fi gure thai by putting better cloth ; vies and finer tailoring—in ■ v;.:rds MORE ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 September 1912

' -\i. Tv? lOiJ * i c 9 * 4 * * A-/ '* "V* "*• ■■■'" "— 1 " t, ^ruAiiii '« ■* • *p?B X X >r:;.• i. J )i Backed E y a<Ll'nq ?.iified Guarantee OJ O FRfFNns ARE RES! '\.-,i - c ll •<xvi I V# U* -• *J.«u ' & «l £ li uUwi fl "v rp tit1 rt| iu mji ^ PRIST VffAPC 1 -1 ( •( A SiTt-.VU 77 * 11 My goods b.r thri;* been farni'hv to yt)?4, and always "01'ia i: Year after /. lines oi Uaailt f4v ■iou32-shop~fidcl and on the road. ti\y !XlStr.:rj3 h-;3 r.ncr>.'- :d I h-V Piow ( carrying the most complete stock of .s, Cultivators, Harrows, Mowers, R?.':es, Hay * Freer.es, and l/amiing fv'jachinery of ali kinds., Tlv Old K. The Hcrfrulaj I c.,51 urni ■:; Cart. My Aim K • td -buk'-r Wagon, L'le linghaus art 1 Ft. c Hl.il rid i fill! stocl: of Vehicles of ali kin.1.5 u it. i •'vies ih.it t anvtirn: you want from i Poney Buggy to a i-; YOU—YOUR Pctrcnafje Has Bum J.Iy business it •I * . •J&-T M. ele II O Or /k K HARD W A RE AND FURNITURE 1 <fcV c: The School She Didn't G> t K...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 September 1912

Wi I - <v- WIPWiWM I I J I fl tHE ALT6 HEfiAfc.0 E. E, ALLEN. Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES * .'•.!! tlm* Year ,$i .ou> 3ii Mouths 50 Three Months.; .25 t \ i 1 ' \ All,* Subscriptions are payable ii> arivinjct. No name will be put on the books until paid for. ■ - Entered as second-class matter J8 - 3. 1901, at the postofliqe at Alto, Texas, un ler act at March 1, 1879. Notice to the Public. Any erioneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation, which may appear in the columns of The Herald will be gladly cor- rectfd.tnpon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. ,,,$eep qui of a rut. The, only difference between a fut and a grav£ is the ditrientions A trades day next month would bring lots pi people to town that perhaps would not dome. Notice the tfterdiarft's ads in this issue of tlie paper^ aud remember th'etri \Wien in town they are the orfe's that appre- ciate yoitf trafd£. Good roads, good crops, good water ar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 September 1912

For the information of otir red l-is we publish' the fallowing schedule of arrival and departure of the Cotton Melt trains ai Alto: north iiotisn No. 404 8:52 a in No. 402 5:15 pm south bound - 1 elt Cotton Time Table' promise to give one of the ■ ' ituost exciting and fiercest gridiron battles in the South tliii fall in the Acadamy class. Tom C. Holliday, the great Texas A. & M. fullback of Moran's 1911 squad, lias been procured to coach the Rusk Acadamy and to also play fullback for the team. Tlolli- day was picked by Coach Nathan P. Stauffer of the University of Mississippi, as an all-Southern fullback. Holliday was also mentioned by Eckersall the great Ch'.cago University quarterback as be- ing the fiercest and hardest tackier in football today, both North and South. The Rusk Acadamy team promises to be of the most interesting sur- prises of the Acadamy teams this year. Kerr of the South- western, Green of the South- No. 401. No. 403. r.2l a m p in i.oc a i.s North Hound—No....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 26 September 1912

/ ^... ,, , it.. v '1 • i i. ~ "*>—<Pmmmmmmmmmnrn mm*-.1 —wr* ,ft fHE th««* V Six M Three Hti'' All,-!* a<iv cn Eh Jan. Alto, i, 18 ; An rlian any wliic of T recti tile . K do 1 • r dot) r fcisi nib tu bui he th 'tfa W at c l> >V, ■ \.6 4 V VA i tf " "*■"> i, Jy? 1 4 [ ** 1 AW..r>>.\ mm :'4 %. ■■• •'•^™ 1 1 5 H ' i\ L > -ii^' AL-f 1 H v- H V/ ( •v. !® fivt %P?S 8*$^ KN Svfr ®i y$i ' ;#v V^ «^ag pUfh. 1 ^naa* ■ML &':■ K • Mi mm mm tii'4 &m \Q:Sii ruyc-v- WU.^ ■m^-A 1 W 1 )U I L ill ft lD r ■' y> < * x V.-K i 4^ s 2/-?^ ";{12 I 'i L r« U. .. u ' (- ' li IBM J ^ ■ pi \ i: i\ t\ i\ ■k if v; bk' <r-** t ?1 ' • I <*u4r jfo, wS v#.fw. *verwtm\r.i 1 wMmm&tmrr.'W-ziA awrv *** « y'v-,/ ;. vV^tS ;4r^ I&bjpl^w ibU'll y t j $ * • ■<< O' «. r~- '"'■ ill day r« :rr3 /PEN NG and Presentations of FALL_ MILLINERY iOODS Display. Friday, Friday Night Saturday j ^ ^•4- ' v-^nc* + /" >v* -. /t..v * otj^rsh ! v< t t . 1 1 i. V" I! /*. J - ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 October 1912

4 I \ M.ktt !•: Xli ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER .3 19x2 / 1. • .Number 4^ — 7 ■ Whether Large or Small We Want your Banking Business. THE ALTO STATE 11 \ V i'. im x A GUARANTY FUND BANK M. C. Parrisli President F. F. Florence' Vice-President T. D. Miller Cashier Mrs. tlacon Dead. j Mrs. C. B. Bacon died atj i her daughter's llonic,Mrs. Idal Spain in Tyl^r Tuesday! morning a 1 r a. m. The ftiu-j I eral service *n s conducted this- morning at the Baptist Church at 10 o'clock. T4ic casket was covc;cd with the most beautitul floral de-' signs moving finders ever; | wrought, all of which spoke of peace, purity and immortal- ity. Rev. Ya'cs, p is'.or of the l-'irst Baptist Church of Tyler conducted the funeral service| and the sweet so emu music of the choir touched ever\ jS I One of Our Most Popular Young Ladies at the Marriage Altar. On Thursday last at the home of the bride's sister, The Herald's Patrons. Again we take pleasure in announcing the growth of our advertisers. Our farmer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 October 1912

iwrmw # 4 v. ■ vA o 4\ An nan iiy /hie f T ect< he F io i • i Ion ,, I isi nit' m bui it, Si A\ >V i K 4 he th >,$a ■\\ al i i i «w i i 7 "4 M t J ( * " I ! This hat certainly- worth tl)e money, a hat that would wear several seasons and al a-ay. •' "" Mill! n etv' Opening;—*" • feature of- th<e window 'Was the On Friday" and Saturday ? c ,1!"n1<lrfd,1 "J".' 5'? f^L" , . .. c «.i i„,i; , f hat, the hat that had wen the last the eye of the ladle of « > . tlie town and mauy others tal f were attracted with the mUliu- vvas ery of Frank, Hawf & Crbuch, •^■^KST^'w «** ° d f— art 'of1'dexter- V"? "ew sllalJ? a.^d cffcc. . correct and authentic lty was the show window, con- \ , taining the display of ladies '«* ,hls seas;ra s ««" ' beautiful ■«*>'" al,d !"ua11' articles of millinery were to eluded in this great displ be seen. The most attractive hats Hats for eleborate dres evening hats] or of'The 1110si modest trimmed ofTect were to be seen, The rav material More A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 October 1912

■ .A * E> *■ •r ' < V. i 1902 x ^ Ten Years of Knowing How x !2 * t 5 • Backed by an unqualified Guarantee it * i A OLD FRIENDS ARE BEST FOR—TEN---YEARS My goods have been familiar to you, and always have proven their worth in the house-shop-field and on the road. ^ Year after year as my business has increased I have added p lines of Quality goods, carrying the most complete .stock of Plows, Planters, Cultivators, Harrows, Mowers, Rakes, Hay Presses, and Farming Machinery of all kinds. The "Oltl Reliable" Studebaker Wagon, Luedinghaus and Ft, Smith Wagons; The Herculus Buggies, and'.:.full st;>ck of Vehicles of al! hinds and styles so that I eah furnish you almost anything you want from a Poney Buggy to a Two Wheel * i i i t K Cart. * fc $ * * * * * V * Clyde Ramsey of Jackson- ille spent a portion of last ! week with parents. C. J. Smii.il of. Forest mar- keted cotton, when everybody else did, Thursday. F. W. Fergurson of Wech- es marketed cotton in this placc last Saturda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 October 1912

■ ,r* r^ j... Tier- **••'• T'j— s HE ^ IK«V« iree 51IV " I don I i liisi nib m bui he tli -.❖a •\\ at N n j H Special prices of Lakies I Have just received ship/ Keady to Wear Dresses for ment of the celebrated Shu- Saturday only. Call and see mate Razors and Straps. Kacli them and gc'. prices. ' Burnett's 'The Stnre Ahead." razor sold under a strict £iar> iantee. Coiue in and let tell yen about them. Girls Canning and Poultry Club The following prizes will be Special Values in Ladies Tailored Suits Saturday Only 525.00 Suits for $16.00 fi6.cW,V|M " $12.00 •' " $11 00 The Colt Sfoow in progres a number Rusk is Alto Trading Co. this week. Quite) There are three reasons if people are at-, why N. H. Aguevv s grocerj U U tending froiii here row is to be the greatest cf all day- . Tomor- store ls a success. First, we day sell only groceries of quality; j second, our service is the very usIgiven to the club girls during s $15.00 the colt show at Rusk Oct. 3 $12.50 rd, 4th, and 5th, exc...

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

X ■w- % ^ ' AJSK'-IO set. O ^MnuRLEE^"8 4. «/' . /ir<w — • . y 4, > ./ • i •*!«.• -T tOTHES 'Wt.' See Our New Lines pf fall and winter goods which we are receiving every day. We have the famous Curlee Suits from <15.00 to $20.00 Curlee pants, $2.50—3.50—$5.00. If your boy needs a new suit come to see us for prices we have the Captian Kidd suits for lutn. Our dress good line is complete, and we have the price to suit your purse. Walk-Over shoes is all the go, all we ask is for yon to call and see them, we'guarantee them to give you satisfaction or your money back. We also carry the Carruthcrs— Jones shoes for women such as the Figaro, and Glen Mary. For ehildrens shoes see the lule of Dutch Jvidd they are sure to couvtneeyou that we have* the best line of ehildrens shoes in town. Hats we handle the Kinsella guaranteed brand. If you are in need of a tailor made suit be sure to see us before you buy as we guarantee a fit or no pay. Our line of groceries is almost coinoplete so...

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

■ in WW ■;<■■■■■' ■ . - 4 1 if 6 Ry i *kP "\ I 1 ^4v A* ^*1 ^ It's Casey Jones f If "Casey Jones" took the ''Beautiful Girl" <kDown the J\ jj^ by the Old Mill Stream" to hear 'Alexanders Rag-Time Band ^ ft play "Meet Me To-Night in. Dreamland,'' why not take your p Mysiirfous Rags1' to BLOUNT & SCALES' Tailor Shop f : Cleaning, Pressing, Dying and Repairing lor "Everybody I k Domf It Now/' •* «** ¥ v fa * f- $ Freckeleaier AND Tan-no-Kore i Two of the roost Scientific Beautifying Agcncics Known .it y k ^~—0 0 ~ ^ - — — A '3 FRECKELEATER CREAM The remover of skin irapcrfec'^ons such as frcci-le*, tan, -sunburn, ring worm, liver spots and all kindred ski:: troubles- niakes liad Oonplactlons 6coJ anti ScoA Cci:i[,i<iO'tio'is better Price 25 d 50c. TAN-NO-MORE THE SK>N DEACTIFiES Two pr:p*ra'."cni combined iv.ti one. It serve* its a massage cream, thoroughly clr ansiog the pores of the !,!<in, and as an 'tritislbls pordcr that cannot be deiccted. Pries 35 it 50c .4 vo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 October 1912

elt Cotton Time Table ■ : there ^ /""' PLEASANT TASTING | . M( rt week Miine he is lie re i For the inforiiMi crs we publish schedule of arrb i! of the* Cotton B«.it i No. 404 No- 4" No. 401 No. 4°3 NORt.l SOl'T amonp us ii would accord liim ,1 om. rv[j more sweet lehef than it does following 1 chiseled in (."id granite dnr- '• parturc ing al. (!"• It .10 the rain and " 11 ^lto ii w.^ nl ten. l ies are beating 1 ; against it. "Rest "i 1' :-ce" in uiarble . v.s? a 1:1 1S a]j right Ik is far as I am . ■ 5:15 p in Acts as Quickly as Calomel, Takes the Place of Calhmcl f and Is Absolutely Harmless. iconcerned • I don't like the! i 1 "t w 11- ho ave it Dodson's Ltvei Tone is the ,fl a l0 ii iiid.'i to nu* on my tomb- name of the ne.v vegetable] ?. 1 n U>< M . j "-tyiie. I figure one imur of it j tonic which H. V. SiUorys 1 hfe is .vorti. .1 century of it drug store recommends as N01 tli 1' mud— South B und—No, 1;1 p ,i ovei yonder o .t wniie rock, jperfect substitute for calomel. '...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 3 October 1912

■■PHIIIP /. ««../ ■ l I M r- — <L. ' " ''i T* i r>~ i. **« x *' .t'fK ! 1 A.1- i oy tr r *• rV "> 17 N 5* * A piay "My : c the a E. li. fil) (J up V carl ^i v |v^.'.)llt Tlnec Mo All subsc advano on tl e l.ntere , >h79- N Any <-■"> < iiaracti any per which « of tlie reeled the attc Aft- it tak< cities. "No party t he p thev ' P erc.l itiiiij pom T nier but ing \ cat' cit; fac as vo sh ve & f i i t i A i A A A i i i i i —I - At the Big-4-Door-Store frank, & Crouc fl-w^^cxagMiza^.'K-'aBracrai Ladies Tailored Suits Just received a shipment of Ladies Tailored Su is Aii uucqalcd showing in this line, ill- y are strictly up to date. A charming in- dividuality about them that really distiii/ guishes them from ordinary tailored suits. To s o the line is to buy. Prices ranging from $12.50 ti> $25.00. Ladies Fall Coats I this line wt invite your inspection, both in Ladies and Misses. The most complete line ever shown in A1to, made of Chinchilla, Ker- sc\, Tw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 October 1912

"K/.;r— t-O/V s~ ViM rkjjtlnjljrf^ j ^*5S2S5Ep fed !*> 4*" " TCr ffe*' V ^ '•£'*<&• ^ # ' Volume XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER ro 1912 Number 46 lrjiiCTH.-1t.TJv'*' Jit r rmr.i ,.1 J wi—ja^rr-i.;*-'--- 1J0LW > =•"1 I Whether Large or Small We Want your Banking Business. A Stid Death. Mrs- Sara F. Roberson di d 1 at her home in Forest on Fri- day Oct. 4 and was hurried in j the city cemetery of this place Oct. 5." The funeral seviee was con- £ | ducted at the methodist chuveli Saturday A. M. at ten o'clock Rev. J. W. Johnson conduct- ^ ing the serv ice. J V bV ?Vi st Wirff « <t «WftVW«*• «t s d\crei fW'dtge *■>•**)?/£ Z) *3 THE ALTO STATE BANK A ARAM r. r Ai. C. Fjrrish President «S| *& J v • # ' i.',' ' s j £3 z -fv v«;irte $ to S I " p - 3'JNfc Florence Vice-President D. Miller . ashier V 14 W •'41 j rt?3Lmmia*zc%i vj <-: w'."k:x err.-: ;a*v.xir i aaborssr^aet^vasxzssuc. <mk^t News From Morrill. The- Local Institute of the Forest District, he)u at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 October 1912

.^-o. - , ■v fc * £ $ * )< A* (-1 Si T1 a: .la A ct ;n \v oj ft tl it c: V 1 t e t' V * WASTE NOT ■■■ WASTE NOT 4 /! V* A * £ * V i * Shelf £ and r * 'JW WAX! Je t«? ; A good old maxium and never more applicable than in the item of WASTE—I handle a great varvety of i Farm Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Machinery, Builders and i, Mill Supplies, Doors Windows, Paints, Glass and Oil. Also a complete line of Furniture, Caskets and ^Coffins, Rugs Matting, Window Shades, Iron Beds and Bed Springs, Com- forts, Pillows and Mattresses. ^ It is worth vonr while to give tb?s V7AS : E matter a little consideration tor it you have been buying your WASTE from Tom, Dick and Harry or from Catalogue Houses, where you could not rely either on the righh price, or right quality, I will save you money, WASTE NOT. DOT Ij"?f That queith.-r will bcaskco vou * • ' 1 services,if you qualify—take tl • Dr.".:: . . • -i • More HANKERS indoi-.■ 1 * ■> > • no . collcgc:; COMtilNKD. 'Ii> ' , 1 ' J ''f , ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 October 1912

- • f-T... r For The Man Who Shaves * 3URHAM^*-!UPLEX^ Cut this Add out and bring to 3\azoTr our store. m77 mwjwvwwif Mail or bring this Ad. to our st< re and we will give you a Durham Demonstrator with one blade for 35cts t > become your personal property. For the information of onr red ers we publish the following schedule of arrival and departure of the Cotton Belt trains at Alto: NORTH HOUND No. 404 8:52 a m j No- 402 5:15 p 1111 SOUTH HOUND |) No. 401 9:36 a ni I No. 403 7:21 p 111 LOCALS II North Bound—No. 42... .9:52 a 111 South Bound—No. 41... 12:85 p ui nwnfArnw THE SIGN OF GOOD SERVICE # « elt Cotton Time Table I Nanu. Add: City. HIGH COST OE MAR- KETING FARM PRODUCST The Oik Reliable Cotton iBelt Route" operate.; Two Trains each way Daily between Texas, Memphis, St. L,ouis and other points beyond. Modern Kquipnicnts-Fast Schedules, I'arlar Cafe Cars, Ili^li Back Coaches, Standard Sleeping Cars, Free Reclining Chair Cars. These features together with our convienent s...

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