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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 October 1912

T ' 1 tl > Oi Si Tl t\ A J t i "rrrnrrxwv *r - ujrir iwu m ; s ^a,-«sa**E4tAa:. ti. pO/tllflCS 111 FilCeS. mnntMa -if AN NOUN- I Ui T wish to tlv.r.k my man}' friends and patrons for their loyal r'npport. As in the past, I will con> tin lie to give yon my most efficient service and perfect courtesy n.s Well as the highest class assort- ment and quality of Groceries obtainable. On these merits, 1 Grocery Si- re. Ri ■i. yon to come t Alto's' Leadiiv I Edmonton, Sept. 20.—'lo There's olVn "iiiCh truth in tin futhei reli\e agiicnlture fiom ! savin;* "her Is her fortune," but the burdeii of taxation and to It never said where pimples, 1 in j place the bu.deu upon Specul- eruptions. blotches, or oilrer Ucui- ative holders of 1 arill lands, , ishes ais.igu.-e it. Impure Wood j tnnt amendments to the is back of '.uein all, .mu snows the' ' , . . . , ... ! need of I)r ■ King's New I.ife Pills. Rural nuinicmalUies act will j They promote health and beauty, be sought at the next session ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 October 1912

* \ ) \ <> rM*xm 8A0E FOR ALL MEN 29* i M t V A Snappy hat in Colors to match Fall and Winter Suits. Don't fail to ; see the Seasons Abvanced Styles when you are ready to Purchase. ! "The Thoroughbred" The HAT that Wears. j| The chilly nights and morning are a keen reminder that v. urn goods are wanted. Now Look at our line of Fall and Winter Clothing for men youths and boys. We have them in all Latest Weaves and Pattorns, Be sure to come and inspect our Line. . MASTERBUILT and BATES SPECIAL SHOES for MEN TOM BOY SHOES for BOYS and GIRLS These Brands Signify Quality of the highest degree and we stand behind them with a guar- antee of satisfaction or money refunded. Come in let us show you shoes of quality. MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Our line is briming full of the Famous Fur- gerson and McKiniiey Brand that has. stood the test and will continue to give you satisfa- ction. Come let us show yon something right- to-the-niinute iu the Shirt Line. SOME VERY Remarkable Bargins all through o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 October 1912

<*. in ! imm, P1 r Jg&gL , ««. ,• rwMMMitfMNMNBMWir^ • • *—■• ■> •*>. 1 tl > in Si Tl A J i \< v ; •*■ ■ # • n. ' ' * -V ' i ■! <!■< mi mi i i—Tinr >y> \ ' yv*. • SO, * r—i V* 1 J* THE ALTO HERALD' , exchange stfys that one K. K. A'm!, V^- IitiiTOR. subscr:?t:oh rates •One Y etkr.... $i.oo Six Months... Three Month*. •5° trbifble with this'world is-'thit there' are 1 too many people has the luck on Ills side. He others towns oNt size in the state. Thcrr urr m flies in our advance. No name will he put on the books until- paid for. Entered as s -cond-class matter Notice to the Pgblic. JAnverioneons reflection upon thi- none, that there is no iuduce- charactei. si.iiv'.'i.i; < r repnt.ition of mcnt for them to come. Get any person, linn corporation. , , . , which may ap-var"in Hie columns '-W men and sec WJiat can of The Herald will he Rladly cor he done. ected upon it heir 1 i ■ ■: ,!11 to ...... ........ .-i.. the attention . f the published | Row of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 October 1912

I t M It's Casey Jones If ''Casey Jones'r took the ''Beautiful Girl" "Down ce by the Old Mill Stream" to hear ''Alexanders Rag-Time Band play "Meet Me To-Night in Dreamland," why not take you "Mysterious Rags" to BLOUNT & SCALES' Tailor Shop for Cleaning* Pressing, Dying and Repairing for "Everybody 1 i. | Bfount 5caes ji- Doin' It Nov/* #> same desire but ac tingcach o^1 Ihis own initiative, and without, regard to what the others were 'doing, will accomplish little i , more. V* ! But actuated by the sure j 'desire, and working colk-'tivt- ; k 1 v for the ame purprse— Ji,,j Jv that is arotacv story. Our town i.i cut.', d t > the j 7 confidence, loyalty <n<. 1 hearty , V* : support of every body in the i jT i comnuir. ity.—Tvychatige. ; \ 'i\ MMt* .-** -jr* WHEN HI)1 RY Filbert Waiter HE CL'D A 'J ANT MAN • • V, I'. EN- A Lo on the T rac'c of tilt; fast us troll hi.' ; r ' , ■k ;o does not y ! means l.i- k r ft—rt iTivttmi.m tntmru terr.iintwr--r\ .jj«uiry tv/.'rrvwaM...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 10 October 1912

t. .. "' TH ( Mil- Six Tin All a o I J a,; Alt' 3; flii an \vl of :ci 111 dc >1 V\ 11 11 s «l iblO Bi£-4-Door-Store EOTBHPiBWI IHIIW1IMH IHiW 1IIH' "I ^«VSBSRaOKr. i[' Ladies Tailored Suits w# I Just received a shipment of Ladies Tailored J Suits. A11 uneqaled showing in this line, they are strictly up to date. A charming in- dividuality about them that really distiiv guishes them from ordinary tailored suits. To see the line is to buy. Prices ranging from $12.50 to $25.00. it Ladies Fa).] Coats It this line we ii vice your inspfcr; ton, both in Ladies and Misses. The mo-t complete line ever shown in A 'to. made of Chinchilla, Ker- sey, Two Zoned Chiviatts, Coth'< and Plushes. We have them in many exclusive moddles to choose from. S-e our line before \ oil buy, it will pay you. Prices from $2.50 to $25.00. Shoes-Shoes T< Millinery—Millinery A t i a g i * Wonderful variety of stylish hats, cveiy new shape and effect that is correct and authentic for the seasoii, Miss Burnice...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 October 1912

Q/'\J -r V r Volume XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24 1912 Number J ■ ■ WE.:-WANf hvcry fanner that conies to Alto to do their business with us because we are for everything that helps the . ■ 1 • . I larmers. ; : 1 ; Till: ALTO STATE BANK A GUARANTY FUND BANK M. C. Parrish President r. F. Florence Vice President T. D. Miller Cashier FJLVrr %SBRL jutowrro .mar flBMmraiV.Q B. Y. P. U. Prosjr tme, Oc L. ..../ . Subject— The Missiouarv. "The World Field.', Leader—Mrs. C. T. John- son. 1. II yin --Selected. 2. Prayer, 3. Scr 1 p':ure Readi ti •. - By Leader. 4. Solo—Miss Zona La- tham. 5. Rc/ading— MijS i ,ssie Hughes. 6. I/iano Solo-- Miss >vilicl Prince,. 7. Song—Mavis Agnew. 8. Foreign and Home Mis- sion, Foreign: (1) China—Alma Burnett. (2> Japan—Roy Cannon. (3) Africa—Thos. Bonner. (4) I tally—Mr. Truly. )5) Mexico-!—Will Crouch. (6) Brazil—Mr. Hughes. (7) Argentina-Hill White. (8) Uruguay—Mr. White. 9 Special Music — Miss Latham. j* 1 10 Reading — Ila Hughes. 11 Solo — M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 October 1912

0 V~. SSEitiSB 7* ' ■ iwiu-^. .T~. vvn* Tl- oin- Six Thr All a o 1 Jan Alt rlli an wl of ."I'l ill. ch i] v'v 11 11 s V c ■ ;a ■ <&>, x E3- 1fWV. B juar / M o- V& Coiton elt Time Tabie •'^oazt^.a £ For the information of our red ? ers we publish the followiutt t Uclii'lnle at arrival and departure ^ >f the Coiton licit trains at Alto: NOKTII l'.Ol\M> m . , * ■ ' :5. X" O .\o. 4u4 . No 402. SOUTH IlOt'NI) .8:52 a 1:1 ■5:i.5 P "i. N'ii, 401 9:36 a 11; No. 403 7:21 pni I.OCAI.S N011 i Bound— No. 42 ■ Suut.i Bound—No, 41. .9:52 a r-1 12:85 p. i rof Store I he D a ci4 Horn i That's The Place To Gel Them." t ! xa$szas2L22 Hi* .m: (..■•arawwrw.- , JOa HL£UI 1 ,1—1 Mi ■ mtv. ttMaeflbte l""lfli1i'">-iff(T1Wi If Uncedt i Gallon of Good Whiskey or .Alcohol, Write to ihc : : : *uby Saloon, stine,Tx. Pirticulai1 attention w 1 .X; Shipments made sune da\ order 1 unci to your order. received, a Doing business at the s ,:no old stand for Ircss : > v * "V Ouarter of a Centu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 October 1912

■55SP- ^ i ^ ? * V £ Jones v I $ If "Casey Jones" jtook the ''Beautiful Girl" "Down te by the Old Mjll Stream" to hear >'Alexanders Rag-Time Band pl^y "Meet Me Ic-Night in Dreamland," why not take you "Mysterious Rags" to BLOUNT & SCALES' Tailor Shop for Cleaning? Pressing, Dying and Repai.ing for "Everybody Doin' It Now/' >jfi <j& i V IIP,''") :;-i"':':'"'i:I;::••!.■!I!-1!:I::*rI 1' > . i im • ■ 1x3 &*k & Scaes Ambition. Young man, where is your ambition? Young woman, waere is yours? Why ,choijid we concern ouirelw sib >ut ambition anyway? W.ll do you know of anyone w io Iris ever succeeded in any honor- earth in making a fat countrv chuiclr yard. -Ambitions are like fires. Tfiey must be kept "chunked up'' or they "'ill die. Sad is the spectocle that we behold when we cast our eyes about us and see such beautiful i Sjvedby His Wife, ?he'^ a wise woman who knows just what to do when her husband's life is in danger, but jMrs. R. J. Flint. Braintree, Vt....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 October 1912

SMF*'1 i gf* '•* i' N . |N inISMr tqly TH t )nt- Six Thr All a< o 1 Jan Alt' fill air wi of rec 1H cl;: >1 w 11 n s v C Empir Theatre News. The F iture Photo Play shown lasi Sa . urdav belli at Those Chair* I'm sure if the four ladies who refused be in the the "tieasurer Matinee and Livening Perfor- secretaryship" of the Mother's imce,"Lady Audlev's Secret" Club could have fure s«.vu all was a.- fine as one could wit- the "glory eminnting thc-r.' ness nnv .'here. And was fjoni, 1 just Imov they woifld- niuch ii'ori-c i.ited by a huge [n't have missed it fur any atteutiv. lire which tilled thing iu ilie world. Ii white {he l'.wi'irt u> it's canicitv. 'willing your, .shoe.- M • ■ • - und<. orcl the micvo^ ot the first of this spjj'd y"pek I fairly waded series'of Lectures and Music-1 through the reddest seas o ial'.s. The Orchestra rendered I flying, blinding glory. I!in<r several select mitubers of pop-J jf ,Uy wanderings and ' *' ular mtt:'c in i most capable meanderi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 October 1912

u V um ■ ■ X"i "The Live Corsets' ?lU ivrant c?er^t [|Sure' Every wonaaj^ does, but most women need help, to make their figure perfect, The New fvabo, The Live IVioael Corsets, b,is done wonders in solving this problem ty giving tic perfect lines of the Ideal Woman s figure to the various models oi this famous corset, E^ch Kabo Model is titted and fashioned over the figure of a beautif^Hy forij^ed living model, Kabo Corsets cai be had either with metal eye- • lets or with the Ippp cord styies, ^.11 Kabo Corsets are guaranteed non rust&Ke throughout. We have just ; received a sample line of the Famous K.abo Corses and in'/ite you to come and select one best suited to your I figure, Eighteen different styles to select from. t. '•* T" THAT APPEAL TO VOLNG MEN We know that young men want the kind of hats that ire sold store. Hats that are distinctive and emboly many novel sty tares, but are still not gaudy or freakish in appearance. We a ing an unusually attractive line of Thoroughb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 October 1912

V TH < mm- Six Thr All U' o 1 Jan Alt rli: air \vl of m'ij • llll >1 w 11 11 S V f ■kW*! ' f . 4>: iV • I rv _ -THE ALTO HERALD, A^noug the things which help to make |up th.e'hnppeness of a hoitv, j are ilie weekly visile ut ll ;s paper; trv it 1 -a i many good Iib-I TOR. Saves I eg of Boy "It seemed that my 14.year old E.te. ALIiE.N* SUBSCRIPTION RATCS One Year. Six Month'- Three Months ..00 • .i? • -25 Many a youcg man who I hoticultural society, measuie thinks he is a good citizen, calicp, abuse the l^'.yuir habit. 'paints his house in such a tost wniskcy," sultry be to boy \yould have to ls.se lus K% on manner it s< • :>• - to tit all th charity, go without meals, at- account ol an utfly ulcer, causal ether Iiimiso :# ' M neighbor tack free $vej, defend bi.nc- i WjJcfe cay (Alio'*'knockers ^.ud grumble's be, as 110 sign 1 a i!« | hood. All sulw'criptio:i ire payable in of til CSV poor creeping Sllai's re put* li j 11 r.dvaircc. No name will be jut have been heard ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 October 1912

Id it) :<] —- -™- iv *1 1/' i >-\ 1:1 waste NOT iVASTE NOT •' Hjw */> - v' to V.-6" ;# ^ «i ",n* •* ■'/ •• I: v4 sS * * s( si i i K % i h K r A good old ma:-.'urn and never more applicable than in the kem of VASTH—I handle a great variety of Farm Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Hay, Machinery, Builders and Shlef r Hardware, Mill Supplies, Doors' and r Windows, Paints, Glass and Oil. I Aiso a c ;mplete line of Furniture, Caskets and Coffins, Rugs ^ Matting, Window Shades, Iron Be^s and Bed Springs, Com- forts, Pi lots and Mattresses. w it is worth your while to give this WAS TE matter a Iictle £ consideration tor if you ive been buying your WASTE from f Torn, Dick and Harry or trom Catalogue Houses, where you )( could not rely either on the r ghh price, or right quality* I wiil i save you money, WASTh NOT. " £ M. J HOG AN HARDWARE AND FURNITURE •• if** :>¥i. V r *• i '■* I V t • ,1 Ot ' K . . :)W ' l 1 : I A. " • • I' * MMuuwdi Pra:iica Ivall 0. 8. ©ili-i 1'AT/ IXiu *" 1*5. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 October 1912

*-r, 'i A •* .V f i- •' ' Th Oiu- Six Thr All a o I Jan Alt ■v * rhi nn \vl of ; e( ■ tin >1 w n n s V __ A i. ".I I Tft 5 i i i, t i +<* i H i u>m, .«.. « & Crouch The ccld October breezes are here and Jack Frost is near, so we have jacked up our stock again with a new supply of Men's and Boys' Clothithing. A big shipment of the celebrated Silver Shirts, the very thing for Dress and Wedding Occasions. Every day is a busy day At The Bte-4-Door-Store /; j h, A few bints in the various selections—Read them-It will pay you. >h ' vf i j; Millinery l I -."CTSG; ViJ* a ««■■■ ■ i ■ TTi A* .v Xj>UX^0CB8S« >< *ri4*4w< • IUM1 v VT •: I - * 11 M'i i§inery I Man's l'inderwear I Ju.^t received a hitj shipeinent o \ ■ ,,vc;|.,.trt. ' ! ral mills underwear dirict—this is !! i- , 0(1 till.- * A. 1 4 i c:\".r lr:•: t. witn ; shi im:i; ol f the *dmi- un question- ably t •> st iinc ou the market for the price. Pnu. 45c. ;:ev ■ 0"<M unable 1 e tire Ze. iur oils nnd a\i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 October 1912

/ &7r / * s iSpy ^ Volume XII ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31 1912 Number * 'ifc**' > .JOIN THE CROWD OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS AT • i the alto State hank A GUARANTY FUND BANK M C. Parrisli President P. F. Florence T. 0. Miller Vice President Cashier voirrxtt'wrayi B nVJV'JILll.'.. Muaxc Store for Jacksonville. Mrs. A. Cruz of Jackson- ville was in town Monday in behalf of Jacksonville Music Co. of which she and Prof. Cruz are owners. You will notice in this weeks issue tae ad run by this firm. This js a good thing for Jacksonville and Cherokee country, and is very conven- ient as they handle every- thing 111 music supplies and musical instruments, band in- struments a speciclty. Mrs. Cruz tells us that Mr, Cruz is instructing live bands in East Texas: East Texas is very proud of the fact that they have as competent a Mu- sician as Mr. Cruz in this part ot Texas. Teacher Institute at Red Lawn. The teachers institute at Red]awn, was well attended by the patrons of the school. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 October 1912

HL 4® f ■•I ' V «lS, I ■ -■•••*' mmmMK i^AMi = f 1 r VVJU i«r D-R-U-G- Pyre No Money Required. "It takes money to run a newspaper."—Ex. j , What an exaggeration. What a who,,per. It doesn't I take any money to run a news- I paper. It ca#n run without j money. It is not a business 11 ventur . It is a charitable in- K stitutinii, a begging concern, a ! L 0 3 V, Si*1 's W' *■ o* 0i iig U i THE SIGN OF GOOD SERVICE High H Gus Hoover, "That's The Place To Get 111 Chi wcKi^: ''rzziifiukEtsocH<-TZiir?zria?2r* ^y• a S63r2L USES | '. Q Y s. (u I*1 ncecla a Gallon of Goo. Alcohol, Write to the i ^mmmmussma Whisk iby Saloon, Palestine, tx. I'articular attention will be paid to your order. : pments made same day order received. . )oing business at tiic same old stand for a Ouarter of a Century. Address : .v u E K .1 .,i. MriU'HY P A L K S 'l l N I t iwiliiw.. JH. highway robber. The news- H pa pes is a child of the air, a I creature of a dream. It can go i on and on and mi, when any 8 Other ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 October 1912

\ t FrukMaatw and Tanno-Mora Tw(p of the most {scientific Beautifying Agencies Known ))€ 01,1)' FftECKELEATER CREAM The remover of skin imperfections such as freckles, (an, sunburn, ring worm, liver spots and all kindred skin troubles- Makes ba.1 CoBiplgct: ■/f.. or on.1 Good Compiectiows fleliar Price 25 jii;' 50c, TAN-NO-MORE THE SKIN 3EAUTIPIER Two reparations combined into one. >' serves as a massage cream, thoroughly 'dcansinfi the pores of the skin, Jind as an in visible po dcr th:.t '" .'i-ot be detected. Prlca 35 and 50c V !I J#r j it- . u u rr.. il ul'.;nj more fu!!y lit rn-rifn of time prepaiatioc.4 *011 of t*\:r full Iwu*. Biker l S*-;icvc ! nf B' « : v C ihurc. letches xnanicurl: g, Kui.o manage, carc of the fialr an^ •t.Up, ct-;. HilL.diu.%. oil Wj pJjv.r.'oh. ' BAKER-VVHEELER MFG. CO GARI AND. TEX. ■ '• '--I- ' """ Cotton ejt Time Ta I bp For (tlie information of o.u.r red ers we publish the following schedule of arrival and departure of the Cotton Holt trains at Al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 October 1912

■in wp * ■ r*-J# | 32* ai* - >\fr y r .*>•> 1sr XV "'4 AC-' * < rv' '-ii, , ,>• !%< V* 5 K i n i A X n i i i H 0 v., - (:' ■:; $ f L:: ^"szzsv".® WAH fr <r ' ■ (Lr, v. . t? #1- v nh r< Slayers of Game, Pot Hunters, and Sportmen, -Beware!'!! That '!"c<ti -n wiil bo a*V ■! yet r.!n> • t « ■•. .I".-., i r vnti qualify—tali'- t' • i "r Mui'oIVXNiJEV'.S indorseDU i'i fti }\-.i COMntNKJJ. 4. C !I • ' 1 (1-ii'iliiC. T)!"'«rl!!i I'n.u'' '-• JTnr' -li. * u I! uu\itlAr> ii ;ini no, Lt 'OSlllOiV.i Bo.V.kccj-ing. Boukkuepe: 3 till i>\..' | the United States say Hint Pru.i;:'i"r>' • New fiystem of Bookkeeping lavus the:. from 25 to 50 percent in work and worry. Shorthand. Practically all U. S. o'ri- cial court reportc rs write the System of Shorthand Drautfhon Colleges teach. Why? Because they know it is the best. Hom< uiv iJI ' 1 •>, <W.:,- \i , and '! •••«- '.' ■■■ v • iioMi. ; . * • ! iv,<its< rs i . .• >. f tak.ng Di. ujj'ii ^ CATALOGU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 October 1912

rsajwv mmammmm S3" 'X7.CJ&: SOTHBUSI r«u ■■■nij PFi fe.Tv? IW I v if > i I! "The Live Nodel Corsets" t?UM31*^ ^oerfect figure. Every woman does, but most women need help, to make their figure pr. set, The New Kabo, ' The Live Model Corsets, ' has done wonders in solving this problem by giving the *;er;ect knes ci: the ideal Woman s figure to the various models of this famous corset. Each -^abo Moielis iitt'sd and fashioned over the figure of a beautifully formed living model. Kabo Corsets can be bad either with metal eye- lets or with the loop cord styles, ^.lf Kabo Corsets are guaranteed non rustable throughout, \\7e have mst received a sample line of the Famous Kabo Corsets and invite you to come and select one best suited to vour figure. Eighteen different styles to select from. s, & ^ BR W THAT APPF \! TO YOUNG MEN We kuow tli t ' ouug men want the kind of hats that are >old at our store JI f ! in! are distinctive and embody many novel styles, fea- tures, but an ti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 October 1912

. tmocm ' ,0)1^ . • >«* # "h ' ' I ft / THE ALTO HERALD Big business is merely a Broad-gauged men oad-gauged railroads do ]< ^jj-j,-pJ)1TUR siaiiuauui any uig nrjuvw, more to develope a country r~_. .:.' • • than any other factor, and SUBSCRIPTION RATtS | Good crops are poor crops j sometimes arc given the least $1,001 w!n n means' of transportation I credit for their achievements. •5° are lacking and the cost of ■- marketing and handling con-i Dream a^d theories, while L/ne Year Six Months'..;. . '4'l;re<. Month.;. .. A|1 subscriptions are payable in ' advanCfe. Mo name will be put un the books until paid for. lvntered as second-class matter Jan. 3, loor, the postoflue .it Alto, lexas, irti ier act of March j ^owl^ anc] return in comfort ' 1*79. 1 1 sumes the proiit. sometime iiot practical, go| ~ I along ways towards solving- P, >ys and gir]s would not be, the difficult problems con \ apt to leave tlie farm il the Jfronting the people and pave, roads were in condition ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 October 1912

HMkhM .. ' 1 For a Greater Te xas. The fourth annual conven- tion of the Texas Industrial Congress will he held in Dal- las in the auditorium or th? j Chamh' r of Commerce, Thurs-' d iy, December 12, 191.1. The principal feature will he the awarding tlie $10100 in gold prize otfered by tin." Con- ess for the best yields of each to the next forty winning contestants, fi 1,500 will also be awarded to the boy and men girls in class C who, produce' There arc thousanl the largest yields of cotton, thousands of dollars of Should Be Labeled "Advertise- c ru, cotton, kaffir cor;* in and the 011 one a^re, and the pr:::cs a.rc the same as i.,ose offered for corn. Twelve prize, aggregating $1, 00 ares offered in class I) tor the best yields of kaffir corn ol* milo maize grown on two acr.s without irrigation, and similar awards *\ill he accident 01 ed campa md the government money spent every year in boosting some tin-horn politician whctuiough throng us have gotten themselves elected to congre...

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