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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 December 1908

CPm ' — rmmmtr tg ' iiitiiii dMi — IM— ii i W g ^ A HIGH WIND. TO CURE A COUGH LID IS ON. ; \ N/ it Giles—They have very high winds in Ameriky. Brown—Yes, they do. Oiles—There's a bit In the papers I read this morning about a safe being blown open there.—London Mail. INVALID'S SAD PLIGHT. After Inflammatory Rheumatism, Hair Came Out, Skin Peeled, and Bed Sores Developed—Only Cutl- cura Proved Successful. "About four years ago I had a very severe attack of Inflammatory rheuma- tism. My skin peeled, and the high fever played havoc with my hair, which camo out in bunches. I also had three large bed sores on my back. I did not gain very rapidly, and my appetite was very poor. I tried many 'sure cures' but they were of little help, and until I tried Cutlcura Re- solvent I had had no real relief. Then my complexion cleared and soon I felt better. The bed sores went very soon after a few applications of Cuticura Ointment, and when I used Cutl- cura Soap and Ointment for my hair it began to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 18 December 1908

U> m -- " A 1 i i \ ♦J hL F iiy c 4 Goods Exchanged or Money Refunded on Any Unsatisfactory Purchase L ^ NO PRICE COULD BE LOW ENOUGH, NO TEMPTATION GREAT ENOUGH, f TO INDUCE US TO HANDLE ANY GOODS OF A DOUBTFUL QUALITY £ IW ' to* ' e*3 ' VLM * Wc have a beautiful and well selected line of Jewelry displayed in our Store for your inspection. We will still have more, as wc are receiving daily — New Patterns of Jewelry and Silverware that will please you for your Christmas Presents, When you make a purchase from us you are assured of jd l the high standard in the quality, You are dot buying new goods from a new house. You have no risk to run, Wc take care of your complaints, 4 ' ' should you have any, We arc here fo stay, and to stay with the old reliable LINZ BROTHERS' line of Jewelry The Line That Has Always Given Satisfaction, and is Sold to You Under an Absolute Guarantee! ^ We can interest you, if you appreciate the importance of good Jewelry, No Special Sale of a new line of g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 January 1909

I *F "" : 3us Wv (i-- I CThc erald ♦ Knlcrrd JanuarvwS, 1901, at 1Ik>. Alto, Texn Poitofflce usSeconlClussMall Hotter Act of Cundrcsv- Mnrcjil. IJV VOLUME IX ALTQ, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1909 Number 5 To My Many Customers T DESIRE to thank you all for the most generoufc patronage given me during the year just closed, and J- hope that the goods you bought from me, and the prices, were rs satisfactory to yourselves as your most liberal custom has been to me. I still have a heavy stock of Dry Goods and Clothing, Ladies' Fine Dress Goods, Notions, Groceries, etc,, which I will continue fo sell as low as can possibly be done, For the truck grower, I will have on hand in due season a full supply qf Seed Potatoes arid Fertilizers Which will be sold on a v<i y close margin. Better place your orders in early, for there is prospccts for a shortage in Seed Potatoes, Ahd they may be hard to get later on. 1| Again tendering my most sincere thanks for your patronage during 1908, and wish...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 January 1909

A 1 c ..-J IUO I i) kV \ I - II . ■ t THE ALTO HERALD i T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, - - TEXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Work is projjn ssing rapidly on the female anii< \ of the asvluin at Ter- ro!l. .1;>]ni Gonzales was shot and killed nt Kaj.de ii.'.ki Sunday morning by J.ionni- Molilalia I'otli nre Mexican-. Ttxas has be.-mne tilt third State of ihr union in point of corn acre- ajro. !11 point ol' production it is only fifth. The contractor who had the con- tract for the enlist ruction of the Kilty passenger depot at Waxahach- ie has completed his work. Tuesday morning about -1 o clock the entire block, known as the old ]M stoffice block nt the >outheast. cor- ner of the Mpuire at Cooper was burned. A strong movement is lieinj* made on the part < [ prominent citizens of 1'lano i'or the city to own its own 1 ijjrht plant nud lijrht up the streets of the city. Regular pa SUMMARY OF THE WEEK RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE 5 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 January 1909

li-r'®. ■M •'■r. \ A MHk' . fa OFFICIALS ESTIMATE VICTIMS AT 200,000 IWENIV1IAUAN lOffllS ABt DfSIROYEP FLAMES FOLLOW QUAKE Messina,Capital Sicilian Province Scene of Ruin and Death Reggio. the Seaport, Wiped Out of Existence By Tidal Wave Caused By the Vast Upheaval of Land. Suez, Jan. 4.—The converted crulsor Yankton entered the canal this after- noon and the supply ship Culgon prob- ably will pass In tonight. The Tormer has a number of doctors aboard and the latter a largo supply of provisions and stores. Both will go to Messina at full speed. All arrangements were made by wireless for the ships of the fleet to pass through the canal as quickly as possible and to coal at Port Said, where 25,000 tons are stored. Reggio, Jan. 2.—Rain adds to the Resolution of the scene aud the dif- ficulties attending the work of rescue, while the continuance of intermittent shocks keeps the population in a state of agitation which is pitiable to see. In their terrible condition they are un- able t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 January 1909

I A i c *110 "I i\ k TltE ALTO IIERAtb m'clure 8. m'clure EDITORS AND PUBLISHES# farmers' Union Phone U Cole Phone 19 SUCSCRIPTION RATES One Year. . . . i . . . $i oo Six Months ^ • 5° Three Months ....... 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put on the books until paid for. Good niorliiug! Wasii't (his last Chaistnias ti most pleas- ant ciie? It makes very little differ- ence, says K. Laniity, in the final windup whether yoli did your work well or not, jtist sb you did vour best. The Thirty-first legislative will convene next Mondaj*. There will be many important measures come before that body—the one of most state- wide importance being the sub mission of a state prohibition amendment. There are able men on both sides of the cjues tion, and doubtless much hot ait "CVill be expended for and against the proposition, cost- ing the state thousands of dollars. The editor spent Christmas week on "the island," in Nac- ogdoches count}', with several others from Alt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 January 1909

wy M i ><« up N/ A jsa- mrnm $10,000 wortn o! U&ia. fl) * • i p i l« § 3 5 5 at WHOLESALE GOSV! we have purchased the alexander & king sic;. by February i, i909, here is our cost mark. 'CDS, Aiw UT 8 U V A | Z 7 X . ler i SHOES Atlantic Special, worth going at •' . : < • i. .J3 30 Atlantic, worth 3.50, going at: 2 80 Senator, worth 5, going dt 3 85 Madison, worth 3, going at ..... i 2 So Men's Boots, worth 7.50, at 6 00 Men's Hoots, worth 5, at 4 00 Men's Bootees, worth 5. at 4 00 Meu's Bootees, worth 3.50, at 2 75 Men's rfeavy Shoes, worth from 1.50 to 4, now , . iroirig til from. . 1 15 to 3 30 Ladies' Pacific Special, worth 3.30, at......... 2 75 Ladies' Maryland, worth 2, at .' 1 50 Ladies. Leader, worth 1.50, at 1 25 /I Ladies' Heavy Shoes, worth from 1.50 to 1.75, 3 are now goiug at from i.io to 1 40 wf Youths' and Children's Shoes too numerous to men- v \ tion, going at wholesale cdst men'S and children'S CI. 'NfG GOODS 13 20 iO 50 Q </«) 6 60 "> 3 go M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 January 1909

mtm ■MDMpr, *."v M A i c I ,! J 1\ h« ') C0PYR/CH7, /D07 &Y . C WiCLUGO ** CO- tATBA PECTumS MY WfflL WAITERS $\ FM£Y CAMPBELL AlMSmffi WILSON SYNOPSIS. Tx>rd Wilfred Vlncont and Archibald Terhune arc introduced at the opening of the story, In Knglaml, the latter relating the tale. The pair on an outing miss their train and seeking recreation meet "the Honorable Agatha Wyekhoff." Her hand Is much sought after, because of her wealth. On visiting the Wyekhoff castle they are introduced to two other girls. both known as Agatha Wyekhoff. At dinner three other Agatha W'yckhoffs are Introduced and the plot revealed. The deceased step-father, In an eccentric moment, made his will so that the real Agatha, heiress to his fortune and the castle at Wye. England, might wed her affinity. Thus Mrs. Armlstead, chaperon, was In duty bound to keep the real Agatha's Identity unknown and suitors were Invited to tryout for the hand of the heiress. An attempt by Terhune to gath- er a clew from th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 January 1909

, Si 14BINET WHEN MOTHER'S OUT OF 80RT8. OTHING In all the house Koes right When Mother'* out of Horts; Tho nun don't srem to Rhine no bright, In nil the world no life, no light. When Mother's out of aorta; Til Bays the plow will Jerk and hump When Mother's out of sorts. it strikes on eneh con- ,77 founded stump, And on his ribs the han- dles thump, When Mother's out of sorts. Tin- children are too blue to stir When Mother's out of sorts. The very cat's afraid to purr; All In tiie dumps, we mope with her, When Mother's out of sorts. But Mother's cheerful, usually, Not ofli n out of sorts; Ami that's the reason why. you sco, Tin- house Is doleful as can be. When Mother*! out of sorts. A Tablet Dinner. "Ebbs" — "Fresh Eggs" — "Strictly Fresh Eggs." How often do we see these signs and wonder! It but serves to show the gradual concentration of modern life, which, from the old Idea of the necessity of eggs being "new-laid," has been educated by Just such signs, to I he calm acceptance of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 January 1909

?r 1 '« k WITHOUT AID OF THE SUN i v i c - I & T~ -' ,*> , a rit Modarn Maiden Produces PrecklM In Obsdlanee to Admirer'* Desires. "T rrrtainly thought the aids to feminine beauty had reached the limit with the girl who tried to bavs her nose straightened to mako it Greek," said s young man, "but hrre's Phyllis herself with a new one. You see, I proposed to her at the bench this summer and I recall tell- ing her that I loved every freckle on her turnup nose. Bank in town I noticed that the freckles gradually disappeared and remarked on (he fact to her. 1 must have seemed dis- appointed. The next time I eallad Phyllis was smiling radiantly and over the bridge of her nosy a perfect .irmy of freckles trailed. So boldly did they wander that 1 again men- tioned the matter. "'Why, Dicky, dear,' smiled Phyllis, 'you seemed so heartbrokei) Ht (he loss of my freckles that I chased the town over for some brown ink, and I made every one of those 'myself and they won't come off any soone...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 January 1909

<1 i J, >. . •*'•'• •• -*. ,. .,vtl- - « 5ct w ^. .nkz^ Jtss3£ sL A- ,\ ■ fc.> •- • • ■£;* Che Blto -Herald Cnirrrd Jaiiu.irvwS, 1931,at '•* Ail,o, Ye ... Poxloffkv, (jsSeron<10ussriallflo,,crnf of ("orwess- March:., |S/n ♦ Volume IX AI/TQ, ?KXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1.5, 1909. Number 6 * In Memoriam. Capt:. Hiram Bell Arrant, one of the most esteemed and widely known citizens in this section of the country, d'ed at the residence of his son, J. H. Arrant, January 5, 1909, aged 77 years and 2 mouths. His remains were interred in Palestine cemetery the next day under the auspices of Ter- fvll Lodge, No. Sj, A. F. and A. M., of which order he was an honored and a revered member. He was born in Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup Relieves Colds by working them oy,t of the system through a copious ?nd healthy action of the bowels. Relieves coughs by cleansing the mucous membranes of the throat, chest arid bronchial tubes. "A* pleasant to the taste a* Maple Sugar" Children Like It> ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 January 1909

J v I c -- f .«> If |i[- k K M *-• Stf "J- THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, TilXAS El "ri- tlio Sen- War Judge Hardy introduced bills in ('<ingress .Monday I'or the erection of public building at Mexia and Tea- gue. Fifty thousand dollars is t'he ap- propriation provided for ill each case. Judge Smith introduced a bill Fri- day in eongrc.-s to appropriate $(j'o0,000 for the improvement and enlaruenicnt of Fori Bliss ai Paso. State Health Ollicer Hrumbv tlay telegraphe d orders raising quarantine ajiiiinsi San Augustine county, the order going into eifect at midnight. Do*' Thomas one of the Texas Dangers stationed at Amai'illo he- longing to Company A. is dead from the result of a bullet through the jlioud received Tuesday morning morning about 1 o'clock. Mrs. Carl Locked, who resides about one mile \ve«t of Mullin, was found'in her in Wednesday even- ing with her clothes burned from her bodv. She i|ied from the effects of the burns Friday evening. In one of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 January 1909

* ' . T' 4i Y ?— — Farmers Educational -and— Co-Operative Union Of America Missourians Have to be Shown. It is said that the people from or in Missouri have to be "sighted." This Matement probably is a fact, as they usually wait a long; while after the signal lo jump is given before they jump. I have thought ihat when ihe judg- ment seln, for the purpose of ascer- taining who is a fit subject for Ihat haven of rest for Ihe pure. Many ol our people will be one or two cars behind and will never reach the goal of the ambition of (he race, after be- ing in waiting for a long while to be sighted. We have people who have little or no faith in anything. They are sons of perdition against their wills. They have no power to help themselves. It is a disease they have caught while -trying to be the chief architect of their own fortunes. It is part of my judgment that this life is what we make it. We may be something or nothing. If a man is honest he is something of worth, al- though he may not...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 January 1909

ff j v j i c u. TITE AI/rOJIEBALD M9CLURE & M9CLURE EDITORS AND PUBLISHES# Fanners' Union Phone. Cole Phone.. .24 • 9 SUCSCRIPTION HATES One Year 00 Six Months 50 Three Months ....... 25 All subscription^ are pavable in advance. No name will be put 611 the books until paid for. Love's Bank Bill The bank deposit guaranty bill drawn by Mr. Love, State commissioner of banking and insurance, lias many excellent feat tires. It is possible that its limit- ations are those fixed by the State constitution. If this be the Case, and if the degree of deposit insurance given under this bill be the most that the constitution will permit, the one grave objection to the bill, that might otherwise be utter- ed, is silenced. The very essence of Mr. Bryan's plea for state and na- tional bank deposit insurance was that the state and the 11 a tion should put their own credit behind the deposits, should the.nselves give the guarantee. It was freely ar- gued, by Mf. Bryan and oth- ers in agreement wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 January 1909

\s A MUM w* $10,000 worth 01 General Mercnandise! at WHOLESALE COST! WE HAVE PURCHASED THE ALEXANDER & KING STOCK OF GOODS, AND MUST SELL IT OUT BY FEBRUARY 1,1909, HERE IS OUR COST MARK. 8 © U V A | Z □ 7 X Repeater 0 SHOES Atlantic Special, worth $4 K°i K at $3 30 Atlantic, worth 3.50, going at 280 Senator, worth 5, going at 3 85 Madison, worth 3, going at 2 20 Men's Roots, worth 7.50, at 600 Men's Boot*, worth 5, at 4 00 Men's Rootces, worth 5, at 4 00 Men's Bootees, worth 3.50, at 2 75 Men's Heavy Shoes, Worth from 1.50 to 4, now going at from : 15 to 3 30 Ladies' Pacific Special, worth 3.30, at 2 75 Ladies' Maryland, worth 2, at 1 50 Ladies. Leader, worth 1.50, at 1 25 Ladies' Heavy Shoes, worth from 1.50 to 1.75, are now going at from 1.10 to 1 40 Youths' and Children's Shoes too numerous to men- tion, going at wholesale cost MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING Men's $20 Suits for $14 So Men's 18 Suits- for 13 20 Men's 15 Suits for iO 50 Men's 12 Suits for 9 90 Men's 10 Suits fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 January 1909

iSlMPNMi' '1 I 1$ f. i ^REAlAGiTOi ttf *-rt /f£WW m ™-■„%$**,ttifl wsm ■' Ktfifii waiters '■>'/<! ItP &% CAPtPBtLI, Basr J' *l J* Mxsmm COPYR/CHT, /oo7 BY A C HSCLU&G & CO- WILSON' SYNOPSIS. 1 .oril Wilfr< -1 Vlm-ent and Archlhnlil IVrhune sir■ inlt > ••!n- > d at the opening of 'lit' Htciry, in i'■'-inl. tin' hitter relating the tale. The pair on an outing ttilafl hrlf train a-,1 i" <-Ulng ri'dvation moot "flm lliiainiM. \-;iit 1 .:i WyckhnlT." II«-r hand is ritii'li ' -lit after, because uf her wealth 0:i visiting tlio Wyi-khoff lastle they tin- iMtrmlucud t<> two other ^irl.s. both known :is Agatha Wyckhoff. At dinner tlirie ullier Agatha WyckholYs •re Introdtieeil ami the plot revealed, l'be dei "as< .1 step fatln-r. In ail ivccntrie mimiewt, made ; is will so that the real Agatha, heifers to his fort n ne and the -.'I'ltle at Wj i' r.riKland. might Weil iter illlnMv. Thus Mr: Arinlstead, chaperon, ivns in duty bound to keep the real Acatha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 January 1909

h -AlHNKT PATIENT SUFFERING. THE FAILURES. >—1 ~-N J 7 wc never C^ Thc^^B6 we no'er huvo \ S^'; i*TV,\ And of liio deeds wo never ,,hl' la The praises Imvo been rung. Quito right; without tho failures, true Success was never made. We cannot nil bask In tho sun, For some must sit In shade. But at one failure, par- don us, If we're dissatisfied,; 'TIs thought of cukes we might have baked. Receipts we might have tried. At every party, lunch or ball We say In ecstasy: "Was not that salad splendid? I Must get the recipe." We copy it, we bring It home. And after that—forget, Then praise the failures all you please, Hut these all cooks regret. Spoon Corn Bread. This Is an old southern recipe, and Is a plentiful supply for two. Melt a tablespoon butter In a pint of milk. Heat two eggs, whites and yolks, to- gether until very light. Add a tea- spoon of sugar, a scant one of salt, and one small cup cornmeal. When milk is scalding hot, pour over all, beat well and bake in a mod- erate oven....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 15 January 1909

w 'r) , , m 1 i c \ '/■ I DON'T BE CONSTIPATED Everyone ltnows when he is constipated, and every- one should know the risk h<t is running when he fails to promptly correct it. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS # Is a Bowel Tonic and Regulator. It empties the bowels just as thoroughly ps the harsh, griping cathartics anil dv,es it mildly, comfortably, pleas- antly. Moreover, it leaves a beneficial influence behind it because the bowels remain healthy and regular thus there is 110 return to constipated conditions. (jet the Genuine with the Figure "J" In Red on Front Label. Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. Harrison & Son, Special Ag'ts Church and Spiritualism, One of the most significant facts of this new century is the presence in the United States of Dr. Godfrey Raupert, professor in the College of the Propaganda at Rome and mem- ber of the London Society for Psychic Research. lie comes as the special delegate oi Pope Pins X to tell the people of the United States the position of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 January 1909

tt'u ir _ J K Ii s :d y. ha N. dbe Etlto -Herald Cnlcrc(JJanusrvtjJ,' irfol.nt ihe Alio, TexaPastoffltt osSerondCiut^ rioll MailerActo Conorrv> MirchJ. i*70 Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, ig'bg. Numbkr 7 Sully on King Cotton. American cotton planters, proprietors of the greatest gold producing staple in the world, are poor. They are in prac- tical servitude. It is a tragedy <ff contemporary life that ttifey who produce for tilt ftoild the commodity withoutwhich mod- ern civilization and'industrial life could not proceed are them- selves absolutely subservient and the poorest paid toilers in the United States. Intellectu- ally the cottou growers are sur- rounded and coerced by factdrs wHffcK have no other purpose than to keep them in this be- nighted vassal age. From this condition influences of a netf Atlierican spirit must liberate them. This is a tale of commercial ineptitude. Our greatest asset is our greatest humiliation. Cotton is king, but it is a bad- ly ser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 January 1909

•mm. mftmm I i V i c ~ j I u. IV GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE INSISTS THAT PLATFORM MANDS SHALL BE RELIG- IOUSLY OBSERVED. DE- IS STRONG FOR SUBMISSION full Rendition, Removals from Office, Text-Book Board, Insurance and Banking, Subjects Covered. The message of Governor Campbell, read lo botli houses of the Legisla- ture, reviews at length the work of bis administration and In conclusion makes u number of recommendations. In part the message follows: To the Senate and House of Rep- resentatives: As members of the Thirty-first Legislature, you have each voluntarily undertaken an important task. Your duties are important and your responsibilities are serious. You have assembled under favorable con- ditions. The State Treasury is on a cash basis. The State is general!? prosperous atid t'ue people are conteni- ed and happy. The law is supreme lu Texas and the laws are now very gen- erally enforced and obeyed. The laws enacted and the reforms wrought under the present administra- tion in behalf o...

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