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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 February 1908

mmW' ar ■■ 1 V B KntcrM Jonuorvuft, |<HH. of Itv Alto, fexo >05if0ffkti UnSoCOndOus* ."lull tf altar At t of c!dnurr«v Man h v |j/« Volusij- VIII r, ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, iqoS Number 9 SERVICE IS THE KEYNOTE OF A BANK'S USEFULNESS The Continental Bank and Trust Company Believes it offers you Superior Service Because it offers dqtositors absolute safety, burglar proof safe- with time lock, fire proof vault, burglar insurance ai.d bonded officers surround deposits with every possible safeguard, Because it has abundant capital, efficient officers, and wants your business. Because we arc interested in our customers, and always ;;lad to advise with ttiem on matters pertaining to their business welfare, and Uko acsk all t:ieir dealings with the Continental are confidential Because It costs you nothing to carry an "account in this Hank, and whether lirgeor small, your account will be appreciated Because we offer you Free of Charge a Burglar and Fire Proof Depos- itory for ...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 February 1908

I i I if! itSS m, fed V J • ' / f I I THE- ALTO HERALD T. M. McCUURE, Proprietor. ALTO, --- - I TKXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS. The Dinlville Stato Bank was opened for business Tuesday. Fort. Worth is laboring with the stray dog question, several school children having been attacked lately. Tho building containing the me- chanical equipment of the Cleveland, Ohio, Plain Dealer burned Sunday. Poll tax payment returns up to Monday give 425,642 for 164 coun- ties, an increase of 26,039 over two years ago. It is estimated that something near 500 acres have been put into fruit farms around Hereford in the past few months. Columbia was visited bv fire Fri- day night, resulting in a loss of $12,- 000, and destroying half a dozen different businesses. Announcement lias been made that the Ellis County Singing Conven- tion will meet at Bardwell the third Saturday and Sunday in April. Twelve thousand bushels of wheal which have been in the bins of and about Hereford since last spring sold last week to...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 February 1908

ill: I FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL j CO-OPERATIVE UNION I ' OF AMEBIC* ... ! V«mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwf FOUNDED ON COMMON SENSE. AND THE COTTON MILL MAN TOO. As to tho condition of tho cotton mill interests thorn is no Journal in tho country which speaks with more nuthorlty than the American Textile Manufacturer, and not only our cotton farmers, but the people of the South us whole will lie Interested in this nummary of recent and prospective conditions In the textile world: "The mensure of prosperity enjoyed by all hut a few minor branches of the textile industry, up to the advent of the present financial unsettledness, was nothing less than phenomenal, it was a record of demand far in qxeesB of the productive cnpacity of the mills; of steady advances In raw ma- terials, wages and all other factors entering Into the cost of production: of an inadequate labor supply; of an ndvunee in prices of textile products that carried them fur above tho levels that seemed exorbitant a year ago; and of a dem...

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

■ *sfau - ; ■■■ ; .!■ «-.« MUM* •• I i" r ;• "l , I s I I J $ I % Uj. ] |11@ jpjl J f. ■'•■4 MKUCpry m**jr THE ALTO HKRALL) M?CLURE & M1CLURE EDITORS AND PUSLiSHCSS SUCSCRIPTION RATES One Year $ i go Six Months 50 Three Months 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put on the books until paid for. rs I a i "i ADVERTISING RATES, Local Rkaijkks—i'ivecents per line each insertion. Notices of cn- tertainnients for charitable pur- poses, where an admission fee is charged, half price. Resolutions (<t respect, curds of thanks, etc., half price. Obituaries over icjo words in length, half a cent a word j for the excess; poetry 5c a line. Rates for display advertising given on application. Pi ANOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENT PEE0. Announcement tees payable strictly in advance—no exceptions. Congress ?'5 00 District 10 00 County 5 00 Precinct .... . ■ • 2 5° The following are announced nbject to the Democratic prima- ries: l«or Tiulge Second Judicial District C. D. Minis ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 February 1908

V y\ N/XA/N/%A'" 'wvvvv7 * '* Lor.ii Happenings jj 4 Read the ad of C. V. Nucll in this issue. Car potatoes iu..i received at Aie>: mder &. Kiug's- Will Harry is in Palestine this week on business. T. vS. Philips of Rusk, was J down a few hours Wednes-j day. Born, unto Mr. aud Mrs- L. P. Hurter, Wednesday afternoon, a fiueboj. Car of hay to arrive in a few days at Alexander cm kind's. Pleased to hear that Major Newt Iluston is able to be out again after a protracted illness Little Miss. Fannie Terrell, of Lin wood, is spending the week with the editor's daugh- ter. Chops, bran, flour, salt, meal etc., at Alexander &. King's. Our regular Mt. Zicn com- munication is ometted this week for lack of time to put it in type. Master Berryman Miller has been quite sick this week, but we are pleased to note the little mam is improving. The hog law is beiug daily violated in and around Alto. It is now true!', aud corn planting time, and those who have hogs running at large, should pu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 February 1908

* 3S v -CI*- ted 1 "" ~ Trsrtrr* ! H i $ 1 22 I Wi t . * .*■ - < 1 I : I |1 *! - Iflfj i ■' t } THOS, CALE, OF ALASKA, MEMBER OFU.S. CONGRESS Well Known on the Pacific Slofle. //is Washington Address is /312 qth St., N. /K, Washington, D, C. the: only .Sanitary ('Durable WALLOW O C\ ^Suitable for any room, never-"! molds, mildews or drops off Hie wall. Comes in dry powder. Add cold water. Brush on wall with 7 iucli flat brush. Alabastine is in packages, cor- rectly labeled Al.ABASTINE, I'acli package covers from 300 to 450 square feet of wall. sixteen beautiful. sort, velvety shades that never kade, as well as a clear duilliant white Alabastine is absolutely sanitary and thoroughly beautiful. Try it thU fall. Your dealer has it, if not, write to ALABASTINE CO. New York City - Grand Rapids, Mich Willstop nnd pcrmancr^Jy cure thai terrible itching. It i compounded for that purpose and is absolutely guaranteed. It is a never failing cure for eczematouB affections of all kinds, inclu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 February 1908

■ '' t ■MMB k- TO INSPECT RAILV.AY3. THIRTY YEARS OF IT. HAD TO GET STRENGTH FIRST. ■ Commissioners to Get Busy Jinketing the State. Atisiin. Tex., Fob. I.—1 10 Tfnil- roa«l Commission will mak • an in- spection of practically even road in Texo. of any consequcncu, accord- ing to statements made her • recent- ly. K was thought the commission's inspections would be conf^id to tlw Inter'iiatimial anil (ireat Aorthern, Texas and Pacific, Fort V'orth and Deri vor I'itv and Hock Fslimls lines, but Ciiairman .Mayfield announces thai all the other roads will be in- 8po t<i| and their true condition mule a matter of record in the com- ffssion's oflice for such action as tjiat body might desire to take. Mr. Vavfield will soon in-jt<vt the Tex- ts and Pacific west <d Fort Worth fo El I'aso, and, returning, inspect tho Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio from El Pasc to San An- tonio. The latter road has been no- tified of the chairman's intention. It is now expected that Committ- s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 February 1908

mt . - m.. iiuiniiM i 1 f 1 | I 1 1- «• ! J I ;A tAXam '. >il ' niliii'.vftBMWgfrU- l^reWWW— Kr.ofcbery. An advert'sement lately appeared Iti tho i apers of I'itir.hurs uauo'in- elncr t! at by tho payment of a certain llbiiiai mini i f money a limited num- 'her of persons of wealth ami high bo cla! position could secure the prl vl lo.io of presentation at the Engllah court. The young nan who inBcrtod (.ho advertisement waa arrested as u swindler, In spite of IiIb Insistence that 1 e could do all he had promised; bin the most. interesting phase of the a.fair was the large number of per- nors who v.t-re ejj;cr tu accept his offer. They flocked to the hotel in such eag(-rn"ss and were so anxious to bo ainon'5 the chosen that the po- lice had dllilcully In getting them to go hoaio. To tho outsider of well- balanced mind there must always b< BoiuethinR amusing in such nil nxhiM lion of snobbery, says tho Youth s Companion. Yet this was only one form of a trait which exists in some ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 February 1908

iK it- - * She '<l> cnicJT'i jiruiii Vi. ■<. •■ ii ii ii>- .vi«-, i i'.m v*./1 ■•- iii •• v iof'Mii,- ■ n iiiM, ir, V< M.J A!,TO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FFLRUARY 14. 1908. About the Grip The grip is probably best described as a movable, str„ tionary pain. It moves to ;i hundred places in a minute without leaving any place, hence it upsets all laws of na- ture and science by being both fixed and movable. The objects of the grip, ?;o far as ascertained, are to make humanity miserable and cre- ate a deniaiul for whiskey. In the working out of these it is succeeding admirr.ple. Tiiere is 110 safe rule for measuring the misery it 'ias a.aer.dy dumped upon the world, but statistics show in- creasing consumption of whis- key in spite of the fact that about half the country has gone dry. The birthplace of the grip is said to be Siberia, but this is disputed 011 good grounds. Siteria probably furnished the chill part bnt there isn't a caloric bed anywhere except in Hades that could ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 February 1908

* i I i yfc Zi- H | f| I cdr •9V I. I | • IN WM in f.TI | * .'ll I §■ J ^mmSkk I THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, TKXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS. 'p],(i brick dry kiln of the Clark k Boieo Company at Jefferson was V.v™1 M ndav night. Loss about $13,TOO. The first brick was laid on Sher- man's now $50,000 high school building Thursday morning shortly before noon. Terrell has under consideration n proposition from a Northern con- cern to establish a large commercial tannery there. The of]ice of the telephone com- pany at Mineral Wells was broken iuto one night recently and $15 in currency taken. Something like 500 school books have been presented to the Texas Text Buok Board for competition for State contract. The corn sheds of the Yukon Mill •and Elevator Company and 10,000 bushels of corn have been destroyed by lire at Barlow, Ok. Candidates in Johnson County, following the lead of those in Hill, have organized to boycott the county papers as mediums of publicity. The rapid ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 February 1908

t r N/ \ SUMMARY OF THE WEEK QATHERED FROM ALL OVER THE COUNTRY. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE A Breviary of Important New* and Happening* That One Wants to Know About. Tho npopintmcnt of Viscount Si mo Aoki, ox-am hassador to Wash- ington, ns privy councillor, is otli- cinlly announced. A now cold wont her word for Northern New York was made Wednesday, when the mercury dropped t<> •)."> degrees below zero. Tho Isthmian Canal Commission has awarded a contract for four mil- lion barrels of cement to be used in the construction of locks and dams of the canal. The ordinance recently passed by the Board of Aldermen of New York City forbidding women from smoking in public places was vetoed bv Mayor McClollan. Thomas L. Lewis of Bridgeport, Ohio, was declared elected President of the United Mine Workers' of America at the closing session of the annual convention. A party of Pittsburg, Pa., capi- talists, in company with Col. Paul Mfthoney, has arrived at Sherman to look over the situ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 February 1908

w -' I r 1 I-' i f ) ;. i | ' > f 4 I 1 I I f i I % J f & ' si v •*' ' « §< X? s s n ' . ? a B. f ■ 44 MM THE ALTO IIKHALI) M CI. URE & M9CLURE tDIYONS AND PUBLISHES! SUCSCRIPTION RATES One Year $i oa Six Months 50 Three Months 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put on the books until |«id for. ADVERTISING RA1ES. Locai. Readkus—Five cents pet line each insertion. Notices of en- tertainments fur charitable jwr- ] >oses, where an admission fee is charged, half price. Resolutions <>t resjiect, cards 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 FE68. Announcement lees payable strictly in advance—no exceptions. Congress . . . • $15 00 |)istrict 1° 00 Oouuty 5 00 Precinct 25° The following are announced ubject to the Democratic prima- ries: For .Judge Second Judicial District C. D. Minis For...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 February 1908

/t\ V #V / /\ 4.' ; iii*V*rfc'jrV'5i<ii«f is- .'WWtf«ytJVsurr>'r £8 iN SOMETHING!! js U1HEN YOU SPEND YOUR MONEV you want to spend it whzre it: will do ycu some good—where 2; Ji it you can get exactly what you want, and where you can get value received. We are making 1903 the 5^ ;5 most prosperous of all in business, and are keeping the goods and selling them at panic prices t* <j* Our Dress Goods Line IS COMPLETE £ NEW BELTS and COLLARS ■fc LINENS, LAWNS, DIMITIES, Etc i JUST ARRIVED THIS WEEK I Shoes--The All Leather Kind |AN OVERALL with a GUARANTEE V- If you go around in company with Friedman &r Shelby Shoes, you'll travel far and hove foot com-- fort ail the way. Thay are made to last and look well all the time, and they do it. There are no bet' ter Shoes made. We ask only a fair price for them, ! and every person who pays the money gets full value for it in these excellent Shoes. They fit, and your satisfaction guaranteed. i New Line of Boys' Clothing Pants BRING ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 February 1908

?w8§f A •i i \ « ] 6atan Terrified. Thpre Is as Kroat genius displayed In advertising as in the higher branches of literature. No problem daunts the modern advertising man. In the window of a little bookstore In Eighth avenue, New York, was re- cently lieapod a great pile of Bibles, marked very low—never before were Hlbles offered at such a bargain; and above them all. in big letters, was the Inscription: "Satan trembles when ho Bees Hi blew sold as low as these."— Woman's Home Companion. PURE FOOD. No Food Commissioner of Any State Has Ever Attacked the Absolute Purity of Grape-Nuts. Every analysis undertaken shows this food to be made strictly of Wheat and Hurley, treated by our processes to partially transform the starch parts into a form of Sugar, and there- lore much easier to digest. Our claim that It Is a "Food for Brain and Nerve Centres" is based upon the fact that certain parts of Wheat and Barley (which we use) con- tain Nature's brain and nervo^bulldlng Ingredients, viz....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 February 1908

\ 'n'~ I O'lc A HOW TO WASH MIRRORS. Soft Rag Dipped in Alcohol Will Keep Them In Condition 8ome personH have n difficulty In keeping mlrrora In proper condition, bnt a soft rag dipped In alcohol and wiped over the glass, that Ik after- wards rubbed dry. Is all that Is neces- sary when the mirror appears dlui or spotted. For this purpose cheese cloth Is best. When spots appear at the back of the mirror on the quicksilver It Is gen- erally for the reason that the glass Is hung where a strong sunlight can rest upon It. At first tiny specks no larger than pin points make their nppear- ance, then they spread, becoming larger and finally meet In a cloudy ef- fect which cannot be remedied except by a repetition of the quicksilvering process. Damp walls are another source of damage to mirrors, for they, too, de- stroy tho quicksilver. Frames can bo kept In good condi- tion by wiping often with a soft rag. If tho frame Is a good quality of glid- ing It may be washed with soap and water when...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 February 1908

■ wr pturUK* a.u« ~ .<bi . irr>- •• I :. " i f I ' ^ *f / .> * 'aiTvta /: il Tf© Know Rodtng, Ga.. Sot>temb«r It, I #06. MR88KU. R. C. DS WITT A CO., Ohictfo, IN. Qenllemwr—Youre of the ft* *• hand, in re,>ly will My, moit atiuredly un Vf letter in tnjr waj you tee flt for the bene#t of <he«u.Teur>ff, 1 willanswer all ecrrMporxJ- onc*i *• to my cwn c*««. 1 recominead KODOL to all ! hear grumbllnf about their etomusks, and have bought many tfcalf ftret >ortli\ Ail tiiat 1) required la a Mai of KODOL. ft talk* for itself. Yours * ry truly, C. H. CQJHtKLL. Hodol lor Dyspepsia. ot the lls'ik ot )tn, :a?id, where it Is sold he h:i at his circuraafl $16,000,- OdO !ii P.'i' si v. R~K The sold depos- ited by these moaorchs, nnlike other funds which ceine Into the banks, mvw goes out again into circulation- nnless It be by express command of the royal depositor. U is locked up like bo Much coal or powder pending the day that it may be ueoful. t■ -r«b f£ 0 Ui $fe . J a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 February 1908

UUa \ %3t 4k 7> CTbe KnfmiUflnwvw*, ••M.allht'. Kilo. Texfl i^kJHW.roS^C'WdOuMrijU "Id fv'Aelof CongrM* rwrti. i««j Volume VIII ALTO, TEXAS, F£J.f}AY, FFBRUARY 21, 1908. • -- 1 - i- - - 1 Numhhk * 11 Refuse to Leave It to the People The expected happened at the meeting of the State Democratic coniiiiittee at Fort Worth. Considering the steps (some of them in disregard of the law) which have led up to this meeting of the committee mid the presistent reports touching the organization of "machines" in Texas, 110 in- telligent reader will find in the report of the proceed- ings anything to surprise him in the least. The Democratic people of Texas will protest no less vigorously, however, against fhe grave injustice that has been done them. The follow- ing preamble and [resolutions were offered and voted down by the Bailey majority. It is believed to be right and in perfect harmony with irood paity policy that the Democratic masses of this State be afforded tlie fullest opportunity to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 February 1908

■w iiiwiipni'i MMMMMMI £*ifSfWSttKKff <■,«'* | I' I I Is 'I ' < U ' THE: ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, TEXAS PITTSBURG IS FLOODED PEOPLE ARE DRIVEN OUT THEIR HOMES. OF TEXAS _NEWS_ ITEMS. M1LL|0NS 0F DOLLARS LOST At an olcction held at. Goldth- j waite the people refused to abolish I the city corporation hv a vote of 150 i to 40. Representative Smith has intro- Lights Deranged, Gas Plants Disabled, Fuel and Food Scarca and Weather Cold. Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 11 After duced a bill appropriating $25,000 ... , r .ii i11 1 .i i reaching thirty and seven-tenths feet for establishing a weather observa- nt ^ gunj flnd ri>mnining at that stage for three hours, the high water in the rivers is now slowly re. tory at Abilene. J.' D. Stone, a traveling man of Amarillo, was accidentally killed at Plainview while hunting. A dis- charge from a shotgun took effect in his breast. The secretaries of commercial as- sociations of Texas are arranging for a "safe and sane" legislat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 February 1908

JTHfc .<fi'HMhjii tfnmn g|fci • V y \r t it r it i- M m al r *\ I FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL j I CO-OPERATIVE UNION I i of im«ic> • j A TEXAN'S PLEA FOR HOMES. I Tenant* Are Wanderer* and Sojourn- er* Only. A home, a place to call your own, a place where the rent collector dare not intrude and the landlord say you must move. The Farmers' Union has all along through Its army of lectur- ers tried to arouse the people to a point where they would think along the line of home owning. It Is a very important subject and one which ev- ery man who has any patriotism ought to consider. "Well," says one, "what ■are you going to do about It?" I will answer by asking you what are you going to do about It? To uso a common expression, it's up to you. If you will take the trou- ble to Inform yourself a little you will find that about 69 per cent of the peo- ple of the great State of Texas are absolutely homeless, simply wander- ers without a place to call their own, paying one-fourth to one-half of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 February 1908

§tr .V sSmlmlft I \ ! I r TIIE ALTO H EKAL.D —^ M?CLIJRE «c Mr C LURE EOlTina AND PUW.I9MI1I Vuiin to Bo Replaced SUCiCRIPIlON RATES f*ne Year , . $i Six Months v Three-Month* ..... . . All sufwtcriplioiid arc payable in advance. No name wtl1 he put on the books until pnid for. Tex;.s, Feb, iS.-- i , vl-ntment and cou- ... %/-w i ✓ < £l" I 25 - 's ADVERTISING RATES. Local Rkahers—Fi ve cents per liiie Aiclj^isettian. Notices of en- tertainii^nls'^foi charitable pur- |K nsh wTfjcre'an. admission fee is chargedprice. Resolutions ot respect, cards of thanks, etc., half price, . . Obituprics over ioo words in 'If'tjjgtH. half a cent a word for the excess; poetry 5c a lino. Rates for display, advertising given" pjt* application. ANOUNCEMENTS announcement pees. Announce writ tees payable strictly in advance—no exceptions. Congress,. . . • $15 00 District , 10 Oo County . . . • ..... 5 00 Precinct;. -. . a 5° The following are announced nbject to the Democratic prima- ries: For Tudge Se...

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