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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 September 1908

; *> fffJJJir" ' i * D> K (The Hlto IHerald. CnlficiJ Iomiww-.V 1001. Ill IIm AIM, Texo I'ostoffke qiScconCfiu... m,i.i .'InIter Ai tot f'.MUirrs* h.l. IS7<> volume VIII ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEI'TJ-MBKR 4, 1908. Number 39 IVIy New Stock of Fail and Winter Goods Are Now Arriving! And are being placed on the shelves, ready for your inspection, as fast as possible. We purchased this line in person in St, Louis, and know we have the goods that will please the people. And we'll make the prices right, too Dry Goods and Clothing, Furnishings Ladies Dress Goods, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, Insertions, Edgings, Etc. ^1£>±- it H Shoes for Men and Women ! Made in the latest styles and cuts. We have one of the heaviest stocks ever shown in the town, and can suit any man, woman or child, both as to to quality and price 66' THOROUGHBRED"HATS The Hat wile a reputation. Just a little better grade, at 0 little lower price, than carried by other houses. When you want the correct kind...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 September 1908

) i j §. ri i i L ?<-|| " i'/?) i < ■ *:Tl m THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, .... - - TLX AS FLEE! IS HI MELBOURNE CRASH ON STREETS SO GREAT ACCIDENTS OCCUR—MANY WOMEN FAINT. fEXAS NEWS HEMS Surveyors have ascertained that San Angclo now has !i(iO miles <>I streets anil alleys. Albert Fcrricr, formerly City Au- ditor of Galveston. died in St. Louis Mondav morning in a hospital. Conservative fanners say the heavy rains which visited Kllis county Sun- day will lie worth thousands of dol- lars to the country. As a result of the heavy rains recently the city dam at Kaufniiyi lias been broken and thousands id' dollars worth of damage done oth- erwise. .1. II. Bosser, a well-known farm- er, living between Brookston and Ainbia. was seriously stabbed with ii pitchfork while in the field loading and hauling hay Monday. Mrs. John L. Peeler, of Austin, wife of John L. Peeler, nominated for Senator from the Twentieth L>ir.- 1 rict. died Monday afternoon from the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 September 1908

H WHAT THE TRADE MARK VIEAN9 TO THE BUYER Few people realize the Importance of the words "Trade Mark" stamped on the goods they buy. If they did It would wave them many a dollar apent for worthless goods and put a lot of unscrupulous manufacturers out of the business. When a manufacturer adopts a trade mark he assumes the entire re- sponsibility for the merit of his prod- uct. lie takes his business repu- tlon in his hands—out in the lime- light—"on the square" with the buy- er of his goods, with the dealer, aad with himself. The other manufacturer—the one who holds out "Inducements," offer- ing to brand all goods purchased with each local dealer's brand — sidesteps responsibility, and when these infe- rior goods "come back" It's the local dealer that must pay the penalty. A good example of the kind of pro- tection afforded the public by a trade mark Is that offered in connection with National Lead Company's adver- tising of pure White I.ead as the best paint material. That the Dutc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 September 1908

MRHBHBRI IwBwwWB * I, ' Ell *rKi^JiB,<^,i*Jipv*J«'^!iri}tB,^rrU;'ff,^!^,^l^,^rB,^JIi?^Ji?^JIr^?<R,^'!ic- <•* ■*>*« •*•<- *-,e *'" *■ - 1j_rf Tall Season Opene V'; S'A ■Xki. >• * 3G >♦.. ^ Til". k V x ,i re- y,i X-: Te-: *.•.■* >-. 3*-: V\ 1 v<& x-.1? >.'!• '« - ;rv 4 «V if1; V *.V *■':< tc£* t*e And we are ready with the throttle wide open, with one of the largest and best ^ selected stocks of General Merchandise that we have ever shown ,< Ready to satis- ^ factorily supply the want? of our patrons with the best values and the most ap- a-* proved styles for the Fall of Nineteen Hundred and Nine ^ ^ << <* py k .Y You may make your purchases here with the satisfaction and assurance that every article you buy has passed the strictest scrutiny and censorship of those who know style and value when they see it NEW ARRIVALS THIS WEEK IN SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, NOTIONS AND MILLINERY— ^ We extend a cordial invitation to all to come and inspect ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 September 1908

(jfjw r * | New Goods Arriving on Every Train !|: :f Our Fall Purchases Have Been Made J 2 And in the next few da/s the shelves of our store will be smiling with the newest things of :'i the coming season.*We propose to show the Best, Cleanest and Newest Stock of Mer- chandise in the town, and invite the most critical eyes to examine them * rS Just a Tew Words About Our Clothing "SUPERB" is still our trade mark, and with the very best values that mills produce, and in the newest cuts and colors, we expect to get your Clothing business Just a Few Words About Our Millinery! Our Pattern Hats arc coming in eAcry day, and in a short time *' — our line will be complete with the Newest Things in Head--"" wear. This deyartmcnt will be under the management of two expert Trimmers, with the object to please every customer in every way H8\nrR« Swfinn Hats with <\ Guarantee r? r. The New Shapes are all here. We have new novelties in HATS, NECKWEAR, SHIRTS, STSPENDERS AND COLLARS, Come and see...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 September 1908

i I I f $ \ I ' pi *. taiAIL MEN THINKING MANY OF THEM ARE CONSIDER ING PRESENT DAY CONDI TION3. Some Interesting Figures Given by B. F. Yoakum in an Interview with 3 New York Times Reporter. "Kailroad employee according to R. 4\ Yoakum, chairman of tin- Execu- tive Committee of the Hock Island I'VIsro linos, are losing every day through I In' present depression in trade $1,0011,000, or $25,000,000 a month," says the New York Times. "One-quarter of tliem, or abonl 400,000 til en. are out of employment and are living on their rabidly diminishing navin^K "Construction of new lines has al- most entirely ceased, and for every 1.000 miles of new track that are not •mill 0,000 men lose permanent em- ployment and 24,000 people n good liv- ing. The railroads are purchasing supplies at the rate of $500,000,000, in Ulead of $1,250,000,000 a year. "Mr Yoakum has been speaking late- ly en Texas and tit. Louis, and urged there (hat the moid important element in the present Industrial conditions ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 September 1908

ijfJJJV" w- MSMBMNv : ' JUST A WOMAN'S LITTLE JOKE. / V How It Led to a 8uit at Law arid Serious Complication*. Mrs. Margaret (lutty, one of Hrat- tlrboro'a wittiest noclcty women, planned and enactcd a Joke; now she Is the defendant In an action at law, while the society of that Vermont city is awaltitiK with glee the outcome of the afTair, says the Hoston Pout. It all emanated from a "bright Idea" conceived by Mra. (latty and a few of her society friends who had become firmly convinced that James H. Hook er, attorney and wealthy clubman, was working altogether too hard and need- ed a little diversion to distract him from the arduousness of no busy a summer. One day recently, while the young attorney sat at his desk with papers piled high on each Bide and an amount of work beside him that promised to keep him in his office into the wee small hours of the night, the telephone at his elbow rang. Taking up the receiver Mr. Hooker listened to the apparently distracted voice of Mrs. Cat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 4 September 1908

mm SSPRJESajS v WW M* -; 5 J I '-! i f.ii ' • - ^r."v f" ,V c ALL WOMEN Who suffer with the aiimciiu of their sex are in need ol ihe great strengthening, cleansing and regulating properties of PRICKLY ASH BITTERS It puts the liver, 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. In Red on Front Ijihrl. Oct the Genuine with the f mure Price $1.00 per bottle. Solu by Druggets % After all, every man pets all lie is entitK i to. Any man can hold a poMtion that he is icady to till better than any- body else. \ Unrein r i'1 '('MM his name is "bud cough.' lb' doesn't care for gold or silvi r but he will steal your health away. It he appears in your house arrest liiin at (Mice with Ballard's Uoivhound Syrup, it may mean consumption il you ill coughs. iIcm. Price per bottle. Sold by J. F. Allen. That old ada^e "cU anliness ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 September 1908

-( L \ * . n CTbe Hlto IHeralct linlcrcil jonuorvKj ,'l9()i,ol Ihc Alto. Tcxn I'osloffkv. asSCfoii'ii .'Mitcc v. iof Coiiyrcss- March3, iiV/d VOUMK VIII ALTOi TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTKMBEl 190S. NUMBKR 40 ALLEN'S Drug Store ALTO, TEX " " ' : - . - - - \? w i i i A H i * H i i i H i K IViy New Stock of I-a!I and Winter Goods Are Now Arriving! And arc being placcd on the shelves, ready for your inspection, as fast as possible, purchased this line in person in St, Louis, and know we have the goods that will please the people. And we'll make the prices right, too Dry Goods and Clothing, Furnishings, Ladies Dress Goods, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, Insertions, Edgings, Etc. Shoes for Men and Women ! ; Made in the latest styles and cuts. We have one of the heaviest stocks ever sho&n in the town, and can suit any man, woman or child, both as to to quality and price 66- THOROUGHBRED" HATS The Hat witc a reputation. Just a little better grade, at a little lower price, than carried by other h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 September 1908

y&vgtKBHKiMHBi ; # r/ #%s J I f i-r-'Hi* ' 'A ' ' J - TSHM ' li K J ra THE, ALTO HERALD PUBLIC SCHOOL MONEY Hit LSBORC. , northern korest fires. A TEXAS CLERGYMAN T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. alto, KXAS Indiana lias evolved kiss." The scared kiss raon. "the sacred | is more com- | OFFICIALS GIVE THE PER CAPITA FOR THIS YEAR AT $6.75—56 LAST YEAR. News comes from all the summer re- sorts that, tills Is a very Rood season for mosquitoes. New Jersey announces covery of "flying bedbugs." get there, just the same. the din And they Injured Ilillsboro, Sept. Ilillsboro were inten- ,t tragedy which ni. j (he principal streets ; :.'!0 o'clock yostcrdu\ volving tlie iuimedia' EXCEEDS ANY PAST AMOUNT SEMtfSStt -hi. ;i prominent ni I .nut the possibly lat Prediction Was Made Some Time Ago Miss Libel I'.dsal'. *r FATAL TRAGEDY AT Two Men Killed and O-r Old Fatally Towns Are Swept Before the Great Fire and Thousands Are Homeless. Minneapolis. Mum : A special from Ilibbing, .Minn., says: j-orest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 September 1908

M / t/jfjju#"' m wJki i t -*I Snvsrf Mm. "I' didn't kill mo. hut I thlnS 't would If It had not been for Hunt's Cure. 1 was tired, mlsera'de, and well nigh used up when 1 commenced using II for nn old and severe r;i o of Eczema One application telleved and one bo* cured me. I believe Hunt's Cure will cure any form of itching known tc mankind." CLIFTON LAWIIKNCE, Helena, O. T. No Socl.il Standing. ' What do you think, Maria?" ex- claimed the steel magnate. "Our son Reginald writes that he Is on his wed- ding trip and his wife Is a paragon." ".V IJaragon?'" echoed his wife. ' Dear me! I can't recall the name of l'aragon in 'he social register. You must look her up nt once, John, and see if Reginald has disgraced himself by marrying into an Inferior family," Chljigers and Mosquitoes Are now In their glory—their busi- ness is good and they are happy. There is no earthly use of your let- ting them chew on you, however, If you don't like their ways. A little Hunt's Lightning Oil applied t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 September 1908

~v " f i w % it: ■ ,> , /fflL ; , , t 1 v fib •;LS: Xl.^l w XI. ^ XV* 8ft *^.1 & 'X«>."< <>VSi v't You •X°: ■:& XV* XI.* ft* S- i .V £ *J«r v «v SrS&ft £& ife S£ *G i.r JTe ife ife &e &s ife ir. ' Tall Season Opened ' ,-t And we are ready with the throttle wide open, with one of the largest and best 4* selected stocks of General Merchandise that we have ever shown .< Ready to sat.s- ^ factorily supply the wants of our patrons with the best values and t le most ap- ^ proved styles for the Fall of Nineteen Hundred and Eight >.< ^ ^ -——.——— ■■■ " A ' may make your purchases here with the satisfaction and assurance that every article you buy has passed the strictest scrutiny and censorship of those who know style and value when they see it —— '■ !..■■■« ■ ■' ' - i -i11 ■ I, - NEW ARRIVALS THIS WEEK IN SHOES. HATS, CLOTHING. NOTIONS — AND MILLINERY- •X N? V* i «v -X x We extend a cordial invitation to all to come and inspect our stock, and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 September 1908

' fl iNew Goods Arriving on Every Train !| 3r Our Fall Purchases Have Been Made |S And in the next few da/s the shelves of our store will be smiling with the newest things of the coming season^ We propose to show the Best, Cleanest and Newest Stock of Mer- |5 chandise in the town, and invite the rriDst critical eyes to examine them as ■ Just a few Words About Our Clothing "SUPERB" is still our trade mark, and with the very best values that mills produce, and in the newest cuts and colors, we expect to get your Clothing business := Just a Few Words About Our Millinery! Our Pattern Hats are coming in eAcry day, and in a short time our line will be complete with the Newest Things in Head wear. This deyartment will be under the management of two expert Trimmers, with the object to please every customer in every way Swann Hats with a Guarantee Bf ft' ■* . mc ch The New Shapes are all here. We have new novelties in HATS, NECKWEAR, SHIRTS, STSPENDERS < AND COLLARS, Come and see them ALE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 September 1908

,.p «S*r. ^5 'is ;S:^ « vsBn/': «& i'-' Pi'? ;:.f IE J yf I I ■ ft-' 5 >r MAKES CHEAP ICE CHEST. Soap Dox, Tin Cans, Sawdust nnd News papers Form Cool Rcccptacle. Tlio fact that liirnlrcds of bnbii's Mid children in the t'-npnicnl districts nru tnuilo si-riovisly til oncli minimer by drinking milk which has stood for hours in n warm . -it <1 i*-- .'iiiliiK with bacteria litis ra ised tli.' milk committed of iho As-sociallon fur Im- proving the Condition of tin' l'ocir to Introduce a cluap, yet practical, ire- IxBt Into the districts where the asso- ciation baa eslabllsilii'd inilfc depotH. The box is a homemade affair, says the New York Tim<-.i, which can bo built for less than 20 cents and will l'oop a flvc-cc.nl piece of Ice for "4 'jours. Dr. Alfred F. Hess of the department of health is the inventor of this cheap icebox, which is as practical as U is novel. It is made of an ordinary soap box, two tin pails which fit one Inside the other, and a bucket of sawdust or a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 September 1908

I / ' VMHRKir' i r < , NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS Bob Harper of San Angelo lias sold to a party in Mineral Wells a large black bear for the sum of $150.00. Out of San Antonio sixteen bonis between the time they ata'iei an J their nrrlvtl In Dallas two big tour- ing ears i-nlved there Mon lay K'apt. William Lucas, a contractor, who had lived in Galveston over fifty years, was killed Tuesday by falling from the top of a high chimney. Wendell and Terrell Malum, aged 10 a:id 8 years, sons of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Malum, were drowned in the Colorado river at Smilthvillo while bathing. Mrs.. Laura 1'. Splvey died Thursday night about U o'clock In Dallas. The deceased was a native of Kentucky but lived In Dallas :!5 years, prior to her death. A lire which originated in the Oaks Hotel at Mineral Wells last Friday did damage to the extent of $30,000 and a much heavier loss was threat- ened for a time. It was decided by the Commercial Club and men Identified with the t bacco Industry at Nacogdoches...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 11 September 1908

3"iT7 '/ . , ■m-J' ' 'j*V , -V;. '«v?;,vv ! $? 1 |i - HL I 4 JfMf *'4| \ Swapping Husbands and Wives. Another fashionable woman with a prior husband living has married a rich man whose former wife after her divorce married another man. Their engagements had been ru- mored for two years. The present wife secured her final divorce decree only three months ago. Perhaps she did j not obtain her divorce until she saw where her next hus- band was comilig from. Here is a sad comment on fashiona- ble matrimony. Numerous as are the divorces, almost all of them seem to be only in eases where one or both par- ties have made tentative ar- rangements for their next matrimonial experiment, How many more marriages are there where divorce is deferr- ed only until some new hus- band or wife turns up? This marriage took place at New- port, where the Rhode island divore laws are lax and the swapping of husbands and wives is more profitable to the lawyers than horse trades or real estate exchanges. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 September 1908

4 Volume \'III l Copyright O. 3. C. 8c Co i j ' Blto ?nti*xr4 Jontimvuft/Hioi, nt I he Alto, Tcxo PosfoffkY. o.v^< '< i > %|,iii flutter A< K>f< "turrw Mnrrh J. + *>' - ALTO, TJEXAS, FRIDAY, SKPTKMBKR iS, 1908. NUMJiKR .(1 Jfc ALLEN'S vw Drug Store ALTO, TEX A-«3 .. _v.v %C Wc Are Showing the Handsomest and ^ Nobbiest Line of Fall and Winter Clothing f To be found 111 the town—the "MAJESTIC" brand—made by first'dass \M tailors, and not thrown together in a cheap shoddy manner. Don't fail to inspect them before buying your Fall or Winter Suit, Prices made right. We are also showing a new, nice, up^to-date line of Shirts, Collars, Ties, Underwear, Hosiery, ^ And everything else that a well dressed man would be interested in Ladies' Fine Dress Goods, Waist Goods, it 4 For Fall and Winter Wear, in all the Latest Weaves and Patterns. These goods have just been received 2nd we invite a critical iiv spection by the ladies of Alto and adjoining country ;c * American Gen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 September 1908

Ktf; t-m. ssbb toft!' if ■-W- *■ c Hp ¥?' THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. TEXAS ALTO. - - - - - The worst one ran say of Auckland Is that it is absolutely all right. FOUR KILLED IN WRECK TWO COACHES ROIL DOWN EM EANKMENT ON YAZOO AND MISSISSIPPI VALLEY. The French simply can not under stand Wilbur Wright. Mo must talk j with his hands still. SEVERAL PERSONS MISSING A man named Wind won $15,000 in Twenty-Six Are injured and Some May a Panama lottery, and. of course, Be Pinned Undcr the blew it all in Inside of a week. Wreckage Another evidence that the horseless *|fe lias not yet been reached Is New ( lark-villo. Mi--.. Sept, lo Four York's crusade against horse thieves. Marie Corelli is writing a nov?l against "the drink habit." .lust see what awful things the drink habit 1 responsible for. A Washington couple have had the union label printed on their wedding Invitations. IJe"s that make the walk- ing delegate the best man? A Colorado couple got married the other day and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 September 1908

M p JLASV " t :i rV SUMMARY OF THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE A Carefully Digested and Condensed Compilation of Current News Domestic and Foreign. A general election for state, coun- ty and congressional officers was held in Arkansas Monday. The weather was fine and a heavy vote was cast. The report conies from Conway, Ark., that a while farmer ui' that neighborhood had killed his wife Thursday and then made his escape. Oscar Zipp. living about four miles south of New Krunfels Mon- day accidentally shot himself with a rifle, when in the act of cleaning the gun. Shortly before noon Saturday, Charles P. 1'arscl, a plumber of Little Rock, shot and killed his partner in business, L. S. Khren- berg. Lightning Monday struck the .1.",- 000-barrel oil tank of the Prairie Oil o>('mpany at Jenks, Okla. Part of the oil wiis saved. The loss is $10,- 000. While attempting to cut a live wire from the top of a pole in Shrev- port. La...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 September 1908

t... A ; t 1 W \ i \ if • !•>/ f m I i. f ■ t?: s ■n ,<v v>vv> '>> -'^> 'vwvyv>yvvy.•/'''• <1.' VP' 'r' l'r' 'j-' 'r'-^r *r' •■'r! 'r -'H -*r^ rF- t rr rr rr • -r t rr. i rr- ♦ rr i r,f «r7-1 rr rV r- * ^ * r • r ' r • L , r ' '#"ry r • f {r ' p T T • r.*- T. J , I. • ' ■ ' ^ ^ ^ v1 * a ^ ^ >1 +T- Sr^Sr..^.jvj-. ■ ^.r-u.Vr\ .Vr*.V-\ .f rJ-r. *Jfev r. *. z *.* +■* +.* *-■ *•••• •• *-'•• *-'•• *• •• "• - "• •• £ j iFall Season Opened * And we are ready with the throttle wide open, with one of the largest and best ^ t . j_. _r.._ r* i Hff i !• . j.L-4. U „ / •« r >%%• cliAiun •• Rp.irlv tn s.itis- !." v v 1 re: V 1 ■\r ■VL.' >'• i ^C: !s* * :e; X" 1 \LN .V.'t i .V if* 5* 4. .V selected stocks of General Merchandise that we have ever shown •'* Ready to satis- factorily supply the wants of our patrons with the best values and the most ap- proved styles for the Fall of Nineteen Hundred and F-ight *.< ^ ^ <s* t ."V T- !V.c k'.V "•7v t'.y &. .r ...

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