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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 January 1908

t m i -*wdklA4e«'i if I / ' V I L' i -v - .✓vr.. i j Loc.il Happenings j John Sloan spent Tuesday in Altu. Carlien Byrd was over from Wee lies Wednesday. Hon G. R. Terrell spent a few hours in Alto Wednesday. | Mrs. J. O. Edington, of Ty-J ler, is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. H. Rook. Col. T. L. Fairris spent a few days this week in Hous- ton 011 business. Mrs. J. R. Luker and chil- dren, of Center, visited rela- tives and friends in Alto this week. The quail season will close Januarv 31. Better get your share of the hunting before that time. Cad Boyd is fixing up his old residence near town, and is otherwise putting the prop- erty in first-class shape. Miss Marian Goolsbec has returned to her home in Crockett, after a month's visit to Mrs. M. E. McClure. Please come in and settle your account, as I am very much in need of some money. J. M. Crawford. J. B. Womack was over from Wcclies Wednesday, and incidentally shoved his sub- scription up another year ahead. All members are reques...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 January 1908

Often 1 MB % Jo I I The Kidneys Are Weakened by Over-Work Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood, It used to be- considered that only : urinary and bladder troubles were to be -jrjj, . traced to the kidneys, ' vit now modern science proves that nearly all diseases have "their beginning in the disorder oi these most important organs. The kidneys filter and purify the blood- that is their work. Therefore, w hen your kidneys are weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected and liow.every organ seems to fail to do its duty. If you are sick or " feel badly," begin taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon as your kidneys are well they will help all the other oryans to health. A trial will convince anyone. If you are sick you can make 110 mis- take by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of I)r. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonder...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 January 1908

* t 1/ NO MYSTERY AT ALL But Explanation Was Something of a Blow to the Pride of the Volunteer. Gen. Nelson A. Miles is credited with telling this nni>: SINKS AND DRAINS K FRE- QUENT CAUSE OF TYPHOID Purify These and You Will Be Safe From Contagion. A new man hud -just joined the DISINFECTING THE OhLY PREVENTIVE local volunteers, and was feeling j very proud in his new uniform as 8orax a Simp|e> Safo and Sure he inarched to tho bar and called | Method. for a drink. i I He was also pleased to find that j How to keep our homos clean, sweet he gained considerable attention, and free from germ Influences Is a One fellow, more attentive than the ! question. I, , j i- .1 While there Is no occasion for alarm, rest, presently .idled up to lum and ,t Vb "lway« well to be forearmed on asKcd him his name. theory that "An Ounce of Proven- "James Bullock," he said, draw- yon jB Better Than a Pound of Cure," ing himself up proudly. and no ounce of prevention has yet "Ha!" said the inquisiti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 January 1908

w ws I I- p i 85 I 1 w I c« i' I I . 4f . *.K)II U«%. . 4Wh vu cuwoii c:; samji ng fox Cr.glish New pap«r E:;(jlains Origin of Pret'.y iden Common In • That Country. j "The custom of taking off tho hat by way of sulutn'ioii lo a fox I when you am not liumin.< him, as jlli' kaiser «Ii< 1 the o'Iht dr.v, in prob- ably merely a variation of an art of courtesy o.vchii :■ ;d I of ween men ill more warlike day- than these," snv3 j 1 ho Manchester litinrdian. "The in- I valuable Hrewer uh Mat taking jolT the hat is a r«!!.• of liie ancient (custom of taking o!T the helmet I when no danger is nigh. 'A man takes off his hut to show that he dares to stand unarmed in your Iprescnec.' The nnv;:! salute of dis- leharging guns originally implied •tlint as no danger existed 110 guns I would he required, and the military )fashion of presenting arms is said j I o ho tantamount to olTerini* lo give jthein up. The fox that is surprised bv pheasant shooters may not nmko his retreat less expeditio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 January 1908

CUo4 |4'0 |fU* VOLUMP. VIII i'nliTfd jir\unrvtj«, iwi.ot I he flilo, T<p.*o Postofflm m SccoihIOum Moll loiter \i I of 0 .i\^re«.«. rinnti is / ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, \<m8. nl\miu:r 7 SERVICE IS THE KEYNOTE OF A BANK'S USEFULNESS The Continental Bank and Trust Company Believes it offers you Superior Scrvicc Because it offers depositors absolute safety, bursar proof safe with time lock, fire proof vault, burglar insurance at.d bonded of!;cers surround deposits with every possible safeguard, Because it has abundant capital, efficient officers, and wants your business. Because we are interested in our customers, and always glad to advise with tlieni or. matters pertaining to their business welfare, and llisCAi'sit all tlieir dealings with the Continental are confidential Bccausc It ousts you nothing to carry an "account in [this Hank, and whether large or small, your account will be appreciated Bccause we offer you Free of Charge a Burglar and Fire Proof Depos- itory fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 January 1908

'•& ft t' r I-' I 4 the alto herald - ■ ' T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. BIG ANARCHIST SCARE TO EXTEND FREE DELIVERY. ALTO, . TEXAS Tennessee railroads will xmtesl the recent order to reduce fares to 2 1-2 cents. The General Council of Mobile, Ala., unanimously adopted a peti- tion presented by several hundnjl citizens praying for Sunday baseball REDS SAID TO HAVE PLOTTED NAVAL DESTRUCTION. tu tin. • ■John W. dates, latf of New y°rk, has established his hup"' f ",^'1 ' , — ><-gTsTcr from I'ort jWtft'ir. in which city he has large financial interests. A hill designed to prevent inter- ference with the Slate rate statutes during the pendency of trials lias been introduced bv Representative Hackney ol Missouri. services. At the Mecca Hotel in Lawton, Ok., Blues S. Thillips, a negro em- ploye, went into the room in which the gas plant was located to see why it, would not work. From (lie light which he had, the gas exploded and he was surrounded with a blazing furnace. He can not r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 January 1908

i /> i THE WEEK'S EPITOME !/ \ ; > '/ l) 'v 4 4 j > ■ ii < i.r A. RKSUMK OK THH MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE ACarcfully Digested ond Coo den tied Compilation of Current News OotncHtlc and Foreign. A new oil field throe miles west of Beaumont is to be exploited by a new company now organizing in that city. Waco is holding "Good Cheer" meetings to propagate the good feel- ing upon the p;i.- lng of the threat- ened panic. The death is announced of Prince Edward Knyphauson, President of tho Prussian House of Lords, lie was born in 1827. •T. II. Jenkins of Corsieana was appointed a member of the State Texas Hook Hoard, vice 11. C. Pritchett, resigned. Mrs. R. M. Sikes of Fort Worth risked her 1 if« and lost a foot un- der a car wheel in saving the life of her nine-year-old son. Stephen Unrbert, who lives at Borden, ten miles west of Colum- bus, celebrated his ninety-ninth birthday one day last week. Congressman Smith of Texas has appointed Jo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 January 1908

[ijgliwn t/ / & «? 1 I v * I i v « «- - X w « - ?ir -«-or. 'y AVi' Till: ALTO iiEKAJ.I M?CLlJr«E & MVCLURE tD TURS AND rJBUSMSSS SUCSCRIPTION RATES One Year $100 Six Months 5° Three Months ~'5 Ail subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put on the books until paid for. ADVERTISING RATES. I.oc.vi. Readeks—Five cents ]>er line each insertion. Notices of en- tertainments for charitable pur- poses, where an admission fee is charged, half price. Resolutions ni respict, curds of thanks, etc.. half price. Obituaries over 100 words in length, half a cent a word for the excess; poetry 5c a line. Rates for display advertising given on application. ANOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENT PEES. Announcement tees payable strictly in advance—110 exceptions. Congress £15 °° District 00 County 5 00 Precinct 25° siriJZjbT-i' • •S£ffiS3!SSWeah' i.i .V •XZSaSS&Z£rXSeffSZ:. <1 IVIAjsS v - & • . f v-1 1 *• - ►IVT" • 1 V **«• The following are announced ttbject to the Democratic pri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 January 1908

V I V 4 v j Lccai Happenings | Get our fertilizer from Al- exandei & King. Cur prairie hay just arrived nt N. 1 (. Agi.cw's. Walter Durham was tip from Forest Wednesday. Ivrncst Alexander spent a couple of clays in Houston county this week. Corn planters, cotton plant- ers and fertilizer distributers :it Alexander & King's. . Little Miss Norma Blanton luis been ill this week, but her many friends hope for her speedy recovery. Installation of officers of the! W. U. W. will take place to-1 night. All members are earn- estly requested to be present. Do not lose your right of suffrage this year through neglect to pay your poll tax. If you do you'll surely re- gret it. Miss Nellie K. Walters was' reported to be quite ill Wed- nesday, but we arc pleased to note that the young lady is convalescing. Rev. Ellis Smith, presiding elder of this district, preached a very interesting and instruc- tive .sermon to a good eougr - gation at the Methodist chuich Wednesday evening. Car of car c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 January 1908

my \ - atmi& •v?V MM** ! 1 75* % *Y/ I 1 I & •v: $ ■"farmers' educational AND i co-operative union OF AMERICA I What about a Home Industry Club? Keop the record straight and use the split-log drag. Did you every try home owing? It's a good thing to do. What about a weekly trades' day" It works elsewhere. When you have absolutely nothing else to do, then talk hard times. When are you going to have your first open meeting for this year? Wear your overcoat all summer If necessary, but don't give a mortgage Kvery citizen owes It to himself, bin family and his community to own a home. Plant peanuts, but don't stop at that, , Plant Irish potatoes, sweet potatoes, j onions, corn and some cotton. The farmer is the primary road-user, nnd it Is up to him to make better roads. Get yon a split log drag, nnd do It now. You owe it to your country to own j your home, and then you owe It to j your neighbor to help him to own a Jiome, too. It is not too early to begin to lay plans for a summ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 January 1908

■ m mwp n V ] I v - I ABOUT TYRANT MAN WORK WEAKENS KIDNEYS. ONE REBELS AT CRITICISM MADE BY CLUBWOMAN. Husband and Wife's Argument on Sacrifice Finally Ends In a Stand- off— Mrs. Gillipen Respon- sible for the Controversy. "I suppose that tyrant men (?ot hla | and plenty?" ventured the club- | woman's husband, as his spouse drew I off her long gloves and removed her hat. "1 wish you wouldn't talk slanK, my dear," said his wife. "You know perfectly well thai it always offends me, yet you persist In doing It. Mrs. til III pen made a very eloquent ad dress. 1 presume that Is what you are asking about. You always sneer at everything she savs, I know." "I beg your pardon, my dear. 1 wouldn't sneer at her for worlds. But she does—may 1 say 'hammer' us? Well, she lilts us rather hard, doesn't she?" "Don't you think she 1b Justified In hitting you?" "Why?" "Do you think we ought to submit meekly to be trampled on and never strike a blow In our own defense? Do you think u womr.a ought to be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 January 1908

I P ! •s? m % Wj \ Hi. TilS PROPER PLACE F0?v IT Just .1 Poss Hit/ That the Cmtcmsr Wilfully Hi"'ipd?r6tood Citrlt's Cucj'.ion. "I want to purchase one of those T< ft(Iy-lo-|nil-ii]! f!i i trie bell out- fits," said lite itro'-ixvlivo customer to the ch ili in u h 11• 1 . uv store. "Yes, sir," a ;re;•<! the olrrk. "We liavo a special ho\ which contains I all the apparatus read)' to he at- tached." "That's exactly what 1 want," de- clared the customer. The clerk went to n shelf, took down a square hox nnd incidentally flipped a caril into his hand. The card read' "Bell out of order, please knock." He placed the box on the eountcr but concealed the card in his hand. "Excuse mo for asking," he said J to the customer, "but are you going 'to attach this outfit on yourself?" "No, sir," replied the customer firmly. "I'm going to attach it on the front door." "Stung," muttered the clerk, nnd the "Hell out of order" card fell slowly to the lloor.—Illustrated Sun- day Magazine. DRINK AN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 January 1908

T 'I V f L.M entered Jonnorvu*. 1901, at I ho Alio, Tc.xn I'ostoftVro mVf.ivimm ' 1, 111 Motfcr .v Y< H.l'MK VIII ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY of« rfwicrv* 1or« It I A/< NI'M nr. SERVICE IS THE KEYNOTE OF A BANK'S USEFULNESS The Continental Bank and Trust Company Believes it offers you Superior Service Because it offers clejjositors.absolute safety, burglar proof safe with time lock, fire proof vault, burglar insurance ai.d bonded < fficers surround deposits with every possible ttftguird, Bccause it lias abundant capital, efficient officers, and wants your business. Because we are interested in our customers, and always glad to advise with them ou matters pertaining to their business welfare, and Hkcausb all tlieir dealings with the Continental are confidential Because It costs you nothing to carry an "account in this Hank, and whether large or small, your uccount will 1 >•- appreciated Bccause we offer you Free of Charge a Hurglar and Fire Proof Dcpos- itory for your fu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 January 1908

\ II u 1 I I I THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, - - - TEXAS The rate of discount of the Banx of England was Thursday reduced from five to four per cent. Gravel of a very line quality for ballasting purposes has been located four miles cast of Waxahachie by till Trinity and Brazos Valley Kailroad A fire at Kendrick, Ok., at an ear- ly hour Tuesday morning destroyed two drug stores and a meat market. One building and contents was in- sured. Lee Carroll, a negro, was killed at Pendletonville by a freight train, lie was one of the work gang sta- tioned between Temple and Pendle- tonville. Representative Moore has intro- duced a bill asking for .$10,000 to equip the went her Station at Hous- ton i'or making forecasts and receiv- ing reports. T. A. Hooks, who had been a res- ident of Waco for nearly half a century, died Monday, lie was a Confederate veteran and was seven- ty-one years old.* \V. I '. I'l l kins has been elected Mayor of Nacogdoches without op- position, to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 January 1908

jAi THE WEEK'S EPITOME k l \ I If Je WW A RKSIJMH OF THK MOST IMI'OR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE A Carefully Digested nttd Condensed Compilation of Current News Dome* tie and Foreign. • W. Frank Dunn, assistant post- master at Tioga, has been appoint- ed night inspector of customs at Port Arthur. There arc three Davidsons run- ning for State office: W. L. David- eon, A. B. Davidson and Kobert Vance Davidson. Satin County, Mo., went dry by 000 majority in a recent election. Sixty-five Missouri counties have re- cently voted dry. Two suicides, an accidcntal as- phyxiation and an unsuccessful at- tempt at self-dostruction occurred in Washington Friday. A war against foreigners who wore employed in the Fort Worth packing Iiourcs has resulted in many of them leaving there. Henry Morgan's store at Melissa burned Thursday night. Ijos* on building $2500, insurance $1200; on stock $4500, insurance $3.'500. The city hall of Portland, Maine, was destroyed bv fire Friday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 January 1908

mr- \ \ 1 % & $ W.4 '§ 1 i THE ALTO Ji KHALI) M9CLURE & M9CLURE rDnC'RS AND PL UL1BHU39 SUCSCRIPTION RATES One Year Ji oo Six Months 50 Three Months 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put 011 tlu; books until paid for. ADVERTISING RATES. I.ocai. Rkaukrs—l-ive cents per line each inserliou. Notices of en- tertainments for charitable pur- poses, where an admission fee is charged, half price. Resolutions ot respect, curds of thanks, etc., half price. Obi lurries over 100 words in length, half a cent a word for the excess; poetry 5c a line. Rates for display advertising given 011 application. AMOUNCEMENTS announcement fees. Announcement tees jiayable strictly in advance—110 exceptions. Congress Si5 00 District 10 00 County 5 00 Precinct 2 50 The following are announced nhjict to the Democratic prima- ries: For County Judge R. L. Rooinson For County Attorney C. F. (Frank) Gibson For Sheriff C. K. Norwood For Countv Clerk L. W. Tittle For Tax Assessor Wal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 January 1908

M , / IN 1 -J* I^^LocJTHappen^^ Considerable grip is preva-l ler.t in the town and country surround in p. Miss Maude Carr returned Tuesday from a visit to friends at Lin wood. Mrs. Frank Acker and ba- by, of Dialville, visited rela- tives in Alto this week. Misses Morris, of Foirris' Farm, were guests of Miss Bessie Fisher this s MEW GOODS! A Sad Accid ent I When Spring Begins! week. Mrs. H. D. Power was quite ill the fore part of the week, I * i from her receut illness. I I Mrs. Pearl Newton and sonjg of Jacksonville, were in Alto fi several days this week, visit- inutile family of Dr. C. W. jh Fisher. The family cf VV. W. Wolfe IS of the Linwood section, were Jj) down with the grip this week, £ but we are pleased to note all g are improving. Messrs. Sum and Robert j Andrews, of Clifton, Arizona,fj wl.o have been spending the ® past ten days with their par- ents, Captain and Mrs. Red- din Andrews, expect to leave for their home this morning. While handling lumber at the mill one da...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 January 1908

h'"- > V" FORCED TO CONCEAL TRUTH Divinity Student Found Employers Prejudiced Against Young Men Studying for Church. "I hope," said (ho young man, "tlint partial concettimcnt of the truth is no lie. If it is, I am tolling a whopper right now, and I'm a divinity student, too. That is what 1 am lying about. I don't toll that I am studying theology. If I did J wouldn't, find it so easy to hold this job. I am one of the down-on- his-luck students, who has to work his way through college. One of the first things I learned when I began to look for a position was that the average employer of labor lias no use for the divinity student. Some- how every inan engaged in business holds the opinion that a young fol- low who is studying for the ministry lacks backbone, and he is afraid to trust him with important duties. , "After I had ingenuously ex- plained my circumstances to about two score of employers, and had been turned down by all of them, I got wise. 1 am working now. The boss doesn'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 January 1908

. ... MMIL' v[ k« TEXAS NEWS ITEMS. i The Texas game season ends Fri- day, January 31. Parties are negotiating for a new theater at Houston. Railway Commissioner May field was eon (hied to his room by sick- ness last week. As a result of a runaway, I>r. J. H. Curby, one of the leading physi- cians, was injured. He will re- cover. The leather workers employed by the T. It. James Company, Fori Worth, went out on a strike last week. 0. T. Terrell, who was hurt by an explosion in a stove at his store at Roxton, died last week from his ""i juries. Colonel M. W. Mann, an old-time sident of Dallas and a prominent rand Army veteran, died in that ty Inst Sunday. Bib Smith, charged with the. mur- r of Alex Brown, both negroes, is found guilty in a Dallas court id sentenced to hang. J. V. Smith, for many years one the best known saloon men of 'aeo„ who was a Confederate veter- 1, died in Waco last week, aged venty years. Grip and pneumonia are assuming lniost an epidemic form in and round H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 January 1908

a ,'X I I J I 1 I f w ' f ' £'■ w :« i IT*- ' «ii>«.qv'<rAi• >*rv rtv^vdrMI , im. « I.ACaEO T.?:: ills, i.lCiUIII; ralil Cmlsrlji l.i f.'.jkc'p of C:IJ!e; V.'ho Was 'n rij.iy r.ctpcc'.a the Ii.lt.'. "One of 1!.0 n; is -ir ' char- a<'.< Vi ill I:I■■ I ;.p; S ::iiy," KlVi th- iin I.or of "'i'i • '••• \ of ti ('.'•!• nimoor ruder 1 Jackson,' "was 'Gi'icr.;!' .Jake, we talle I ' him, who..- r \>i.u ft r v. ar kept lth : always in ihe urn;, although hie' iivt'ioiou to Little kept hint always j in the !• :■ r. An interview he- > twe a (lie f: neral and one of out 1 company, ii-> lio viewed the man and w:;-i n<nick with his appearance, was iuA faliovvs: " 'Well, general, you are the most prifeet-looking specimen of a sol- dier I ever beheld. That piercing eve, the grizzly mustache, ihe firm jaw, the pose of the head, thai voice, in fact, the whole make-up fills to the full the measure of a man of war.' "The general wiih a graceful how and it deep roll in his voic...

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