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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 January 1909

, w 1 I NEWS FKOM OVER TEXAS Fire in the commission house of D. M. Payne & Co. at rei Paso dam- aged the brick building and stock to the amount of $15,000 on Tuesday. The engineers of the various rail- roads that are interested in the Dallas Union Depot proposition are now working on the plans for terminals. Thieves entered the high school building and other buildings In Okla- homa City Tuesday night and sole fif- teen typewriters, valued at $1,500, and escaped. The organization of another bank for Dallas with a contemplated capital of $500,000 is announced with a pur pose to be ready for business on Feb- ruary 1. About 8 o'clock Tuesday morning Calton Falker one of the most prom lnent orchardlsts and horticulturists In Texas was found dead In his bed at his home In Waco. The furniture for the new court house at IUg Springs has arrived and Is now being installed. The contrac- tors will turn the building over to the county In a few days. Fire destroyed the Perkins brick building ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 January 1909

l<-J. I * 1 c ,*y it \\ •, • L ^ ffl- f; ■ - - "I" THE ALTO HERALD (H'CLURE tk M?CLURE EDITORS AND PUBLISHE33 i'-fu incrs' Union Phone 24 Cole Phone 9 SUCSCRlfTION RATES One Year $1 00 Six Months 50 Three Months 25 ^11 subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put 011 the books until paid for. , 1 What Texas Needs. There is an army of unem- ployed in England, says the Houston Chronicle. Europe is constantly sending us immi- grants, although the English, when they do leave the old country, usually go to their colonies. But most foreigners who come to the United States are landed in New York, which i 7 is overcrowded. Why does not the legislature of Texas, now in session, do something to bring immigrants to this state? Canada has shown the way. Canada offers inducements to settlers, and Lhe western part of that portion of King Ed- ward's dominions has gone forward at a marvelously rapid rate because of the practical statesmanship which has of- fered inducements to and h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 January 1909

It. 4 s$io,ooo woriit o! General" ' " 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 I Z □ 0 7 X Repeater ^ SHOES j*j Atlantic Special, worth $4 going at $3 30 /l Atlantic, worth 3.50, going at 2 80 Senator, worth 5, going at 3 85 *Sl Madison, worth 3, going at . 2 20 \ Men's Boots, worth 7.50, at 600 j*4 Men's Boots, worth 5, at . 4 00 /I Men's Bootees, worth 5, at 4 00 Men's Bootees, worth 3.50, at 2 75 Men's Heavy Sl\o?s, worth<from 1.50 to 4, now going at from.; 1 15 to Ladies' Pacific Special, worth 3.30, at Ladies' Maryland, worth 2, at Ladies. Leader, worth 1.50, at. /L Ladies' Heavy Shoes, worth from 1.50 to 1.75, J are now going at from 1.10 to vf Youths' and Children's Shoes too numerous to men- tion, going at wholesale cost 3 30 2 75 1 50 1 25 1 40 * MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING Men's $20 Snits for , #1480 Men's 18 Suits for 13 20 Men's 15 Suits for o 50 Men's }2 S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 January 1909

m. \ I ■ 1 C - j I ..-J '/- > ,a<t i > 7 ' THE ALTO HERALD DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, TKXAS Pittsburg 1b beginning to get the smoke out nf lis eyes. IMPORTNT NEWS OF THE ENTIRE WEEK REDUCED FOR BUSY READERS. Carefully Prepared for Those Who Desire to Keep Thoroughly Posted on Events. mrs K , i. sag, i. the huost sut- CONDENSED AND IMPORTANT fragette, but that only makes olio more. There Is an old Irish saying that tils the season: "A blithe heart makes a blooming visage." An Atlanta chauffeur is suing the family of his bride for $100,000. Evi- dently a repair bill. Sir Oliver Lodge has Invented an instrument to dissipate fogs. As if u sober fog wasn't bad enough! In Pittsburg the private conscience at times appears to be about as smoky as the public atmosphere. A rich New York woman has eloped with a plumber, but will no doubt re- gret it if she has to pay him for bis time. Immigration into Canada from Janti ury to August, 1908, declined 40 per ce...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 January 1909

sf* ajfrjfrt** wsss V V RfSU-MiTM ,P3crum$ BY WML *J^S' WALTERS. A MtCT" MP campbem 1 _y^ j&gjtjffllim WILSON coPYft/CHT. /oor ay A. C MtCLU&C <- CO. SYNOPSIS. T,ord Wllfroii Vincent and Archibald Terhune are tntroiluroil at thi) oponlnR of the Btory, In England, the latter relating the tale Tile pair on an outing inlsn their train and .seeking rocreatlon meet "the Honorable Agatha Wyckhoff," whose hand Is milch sought after, bo- cause of her wealth. Flvo other Agatha Wyckhoff* are Introduced. The deceased stepfather. In an eccentric moment, made Ills will so that the real Agatha, heiress to his fortune and the castle at Wye, Kngland, might wed her alllnlty. Thus Mrs. Armlstead, clmperon, was In duly bound to keep the real Agatha's Identity unknown. An attempt by Terhune to father a clew from the chaperon falls, erhune flnds old books containing pic- ture of a former Baroness Wyckhoff, which Is exactly like Agatha Sixth, whom he is courting Agatha Fifth confesses her lov....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 January 1909

1 c 1 J I ,**■ '/• iil(t DON'T CONSTIPATED Everyone knows when he is constipated, and every- one should know the risk lie 1* running when he fails to promptly correct it. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Bowel Tonic and Regulator. It empties the bowels just as thoroughly as the liarih, griping cathartics and ik.es it mildiy,- comfortably, pleas- antly. Moreover, it leaves a beneficial influence behind it because the bowels remnin Utulthy apd regular thus there is no return to constipated conditions. Oct the Oenulne with tin Flgura "J" In U«d on Proat Labal. Sold by Druggist*. Price $1.00 per bottle. Harrison & Son, Special Ag'ts 6. Social Geography. . The Social Body is bounded ou the north by Superstition, (ii the east by Tradition, on the west by Precedent and on the south by Conservatism. Throughout the ages it turns slOwly on an axis called Pro- gress, the two poles of which are Dreams and Action, re- spectively. When it gcte ckar around, it is said that a revo- lution has taken place. ,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 January 1909

JL —- V \ XL be Hlto "Herald. enicird JanuorvmS, 1901 ,ol the Alio, Tcxo Postofflcr u*SeromJOuss riall rialler Actof Oonuress- March.1. uvn Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1909. Number 8 Neill Is Wrong, President Neil 1 of the Farm ers' Union misrepresents the cotton situation in Texas. He lias issued a statement that proves conclusively he docs not understand or desires to mislead the members of that organization, also the public, regarding the present law in Texas that, though primarily intended to drive out bucket shops, was so worded and dis- torted as to force from Texas every legitimate broker. That this is a fact is self-evident and Mr. Neill'is published article can only be construed as an insult to the intelligence of every voter. B. A. Calvin, former presi- dent of the Farmers' Union, in an open letter, urgently advo- cates the suppression of bucket shops, but distinctly proves the vital necessity of repealing the Jenkins-Mayfield bill .md the prompt enactment o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 January 1909

^ > ft* > /" m I I I A •U. I I (■; fi'v THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO. - TEXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Thieves Wednesday secured $1100 worth of precious stones from Win. Kasswaller, a diamond merchant of Chicago. Fire causing a less estimated be- tween $15,000 and $20,000 occur- red in a central block of Terrell ear- ly Tuesday morning. The grand jury of Bexar coun- ty returned thirteen true bills Wednesday, but none were against saloons or gamblers, a:> expected. Jn special Pullman seepelrs, (lie Texas delegation to the American National Livestock Association left Fort Worth Friday for Los Angeles over the Texas and Pacific. The management of the Na- tional Feeders and Breeders Show to be held in Ft. Worth March 13 to 20, inclusive, is sparing no pains to make the exhibition greater than ever before. Quanali Park* r. chief of the ('o- manches. has written S. B. Burnett of Ft. Worth that he and (Jeroniino, the famous Apache warrior, will be there on March Hi to a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 January 1909

> > & S(SIB** w 4 I \ A '/ 10 BE NO STATEHOOD BILL HOUSE TO PASS MEASURE, BUT SENATE EXPECTED TO SHELVE IT. FOB NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA Oelegate Andrews Will Be Relieved of Suspicioin, It is Believed, if House Acts Favorably. Washington, .Ian. iii.—Tim house Committee on Territories will, it i<s expected, repirt a hill today giving .statehood to New Mexico and Ari- zona. The house will pass it, accord- ing to the present plans, and then the bill will enter Air. Beveridge's Committee on Territories, whence it won't emerge during thii session of congress. Notwithstandinj contrary reports that have been telegraphed out of Washington, these Territor- ies have no immediate prospect of statehood. Such legislation is no on the Senate calendar of things to be done. On that calendar are only the in- dispensible things, and statehood, in the estimation of the Republican leaders, is not an indispensible thing. Indeed, they regard it as ex- ceeding and peculiarble dispensible. With ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 January 1909

1 c * ,.*)■ <i /• il(I jl 1 t 11 nil •' k i : [v I ■ £' ■IX 3 V I ' 1 !' K THE ALTO HERALD MeCUURE 8c M?CLURE * EOITOHS ANP PUBLISHERS Farmers' Union Phone 24 Cole Phone 9 SUCSCRIPTION RATES One Year fi 00 Six Months . . . 5° Three Months 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put on the books until paid for. —5J"~ when the city of Yeddo was is tolerated is that under the destroyed and about 200,oco present system lawmakers and lives were lost. There is one | proscutors and judges aie too pther instance in ancient hit* often nominated by the very tory in which it is claimed persons who put up the money that tlie destruction was still! to procure betrayal of public greater, That was when An- trust. All who are going to plant C Jttrn this year would do well to plant the Triumph, as it has proved to be the most pro- fitable. is believed indictments against the New York World and Indianapolis News ywill be returned at Washington in thp Panama canal libel suit. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 January 1909

■ >1 /> tl I I HKH . &2 —r W" V 4 v 1' A v Hi fi I 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 1 1 Z 7 □ @ "7 XRepe ater 0 SHOES Atlantic Special, worth $4 going 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 Boots, i^orth 7.50, at 6 00 Men's Boot*, worth 5, at . 4 00 Men's Bootees, 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 1 15 to 3 30 I„adies' Pacific* Speeia}, yi'qrth 3-3°. a* 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 80 Men's 18 Suits for 13 20 Men's 15 Suits for 10 50 Men...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 January 1909

/• iJ 1 c 'V- jilC f 1 fi! I f. 1 Mm -x\\ w ^ FEcrums i r W .MF^P WALTERS V';/y\ § MCl' f ># ' ~ " WBH PS€TU3WS MY WMIL WAiXEm rM£Y y^> Asxsmm roryp>c/-tT. /p. * c SYNOPSIS. T.ord \V i 1 f r • 1 Vincent Tri-hune .i ! - ■ i t ;■-■ !l)r c.I it (!il' story, in i-*:1Irt:ut. tin tlm tuli- T!i ■ i ill' ->'i i their tr.iln anil soeUlng "tho Ilonor.ili whose hand I JtUSt! nf her w WyrkhoffH an* idepfntlier, in his will sn thai to tils fortut: i ml Archibald tlio opening nf latter relating it outing miss .'ITOUtlOIl llli' 't Agatha Wyilthoff." much .sought after. l><'- illli Klv oilier Agatha tlroducod. Tho i!''r",usciI tti eccentric moment, made till' real Agatha. heiress anil the castle at Wye, England, might w i' 1 liar atllnlty. Thus Mrs Arnii.-.tea I. chaperon, was In duly bonnil to keep tlm real Agatha's identity unknown. An attempt by Terhune to gather a clew from (lie chaperon fall*. Terhune finds olil hooks containing ple- lure of a former Unronc.is Wyckhoff. which...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 January 1909

' "If 1*5 END OF THE WORLD PREDICTION MADE ABOUT EVERY TWENTY-FIVE YEARS. Numberless Are the Prophets Who Have Set Days for Dread Happen- ing—Scientists Declare >t Will Last Long. It may bo Interesting to the timid to know that the end of the world has been similarly predicted on an aver- age of once every 25 years since the first recording prophecy of the bishop of Hippo, In 395 A. D. Since then there have been hundreds of dates set for the end of the world, each pre- diction taken more or less seriously by some people. In the year 999 thousands of people from every quarter of the old world sold their possessions and began a journey toward Jerusalem. Numerous prophecies had been made setting the year 1000 as the end of the world. The failure of the predictions to come true resulted In great suffering among the poorer classes. The year 1212 saw thousands of people from Europe and Asia journey- ing to the Mediterranean sea, which prophets had predicted would be- come dry In order ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 29 January 1909

-w - - V •:rs- - "nrr*. ^ ■ '' J ,, ,%y /- J lUU I i<' ,t. &. ,\y J .'.til 4 •1> i t I i I fhe Youth's Companion in 1909 The amount of good reading given to subscribers to the Youth's Coinpanionduring the year is indicated by the follow- ing summary of contents for this year: Fifty star articles, contributed by men and women of wide distinction in public life, in literature, in science, in business, in a score of pro- fessions. Two hundred and ,'lf'ty capital stories, including .six serial stories; humorous stories; stories of adventure, character, heroism. One thou- sand up to date notes on cur- rent events, recent discoveries in the world of science and na tare, important matters in pol itics and government. Two thousand one minute stories— inimitable domestic sketches, anecdotes, bits ot humor and selected miscellany. The week- ly health article, the weekly woman's article, timely edito- rials, etc. A full description of the current volume will be sent with sample copie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 February 1909

. ( 'ffr' A he Blto entered Ja'nutiivuS, lool,of Ihe Wto, TcxaPostofflce asSecondOyssnnllMatlerActofConaress. Horchj, 1570 VOLUME IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1909. Number 9 p <(K PRICE «IQP DIGESTION Biliousness and constipation britijlj on kidney disease which is the great destroyer ol life. The safe course is to remove bilious disorders as soon as they appear. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is a system tonic and corrective which carries its cleansing and stimulating influence to every part of the body, drives out impurities, strengthens diges- tion and quickly restores energy and cheerful spirits. a*t thcOtnulac with tha Figure "J" In Red on Front Label. Sold by Druggists. Harrison & Son, Spccial Ag'ts A $10,000 Fire at Rusk. Fire was discovered last Sat- urday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the planer of the Rnsk Lumber Company, situated in the suburbs of the town. Fire alarms were given, and within a few niinutes almost the en- tire town turned out to fight it, but owing to a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 February 1909

the: alto herald T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. *J i J -M Ml ,1 M s * ALTO. TEX AS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS There is beginning to be some talk of a baseball league in the section of the State, to include Brownwood, Coleman, Ballinger ami San Angelo. Mr. Kandell has introduced a bill in Congress to appropriate $(52,500 more for the erection of the Federal building at Sherman. The original amount was $85,000. In a spirited contest at 11 o'clock Friday, in Ft. Worth, be- tween Beaumont. Stamford and Mineral Wells. Mcaumont was chosen as the next meeting place for the County .lodges & Commis- sioners association, to be held next summer, six months hence. Charles A. Vedilor of .lolui I>. Rogers & Co., of (ialveston, lias been appointed by Secretary .lames Wil- son of the Agricultural Department, in Washington, as one of the com- missioners to discu.-s the standard- ization of cotton classes and grades. The work of raising and extend- ing the dam at the Katy's lake near Waxahachie lias bee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 February 1909

IWMWWMK VT? lint iaxmi pictures by 0 COPYA'CMT. /007 3Y A. C Af<CLL/GG «- co. WILSON SYNOPSIS. l^ord Wtlfred yincont nnrl Archibald Terhune are Introduced at the opening <>f the story, In KtiK^ind, the latter relating the tale. The pair on an outing mIhh their train ami seeking recreation meet "the Honorable Agatha Wyckhoff," whos# hand Ih much sought after, be- cause of her wealth. Five other Agatha Wyckhoffs are Introduced. The deceased stepfather, In an eccentric moment, made his will so that the real Agatha, heiress to l ls fortune and the castle at Wye, England, might wad hir Affinity. Thus Mrs. Armlstead, chaperon, was In duty bound to keep the real Agatha's Identity unknown. An attempt by Terhune to gather a clew from the chaperon falls. Terhune finds old books containing pic- ture of a former Baroness Wyckhoff. which Is exactly like Agutha Sixth, whom lie is courting. Agatha Fifth confesses her love for Vincent and also that she is the real heiress. He spurns her pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 February 1909

V d fc. i ^ THE ALTO HERALD M'CLURE & M'CLURE EDITORS AND PUBLISHESS Farmers' Union Phone 24 Cole Phone <j SUCSCRIPTION RATES Qijp Year ?i 00 t^ix \lonths 5° Three Months 25 All subscriptions are payable in advance. No name will be put on the books until paid for. The government report es- timates the cotton crop at 12,- •765,000 bales tliis year. A great many farmers of East Texas who pulled tip stakes and thought the}' could do better elsewhere are return- ing to their native heath, glad to get back. The Paris News joins the Bon ham Favorite in crying "down with <the peanut poli- eth to himself and 110 man does business independently of his fellow business men. Take your home paper. Do not imagine the big dailies fill up all this space. There are many little crevices of good cheer, social sunshine, per- sonal mention, 111 the home paper that the bi^ dailies do not print. Then do not abuse your neighbor. The main dif- ference in the number of his faults and your own is th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 February 1909

• . I u .' k V 4 ' A I 91 *tsr~ V2 f ~ ' ' 1 -.*. >* -** *- — -- • i Clothing Cheaper Than Ever I ^ t* By the consolidation of the Alexander & King and Robert M. Fisher stocks, we find ourselves heavily ^ \ loaded on Men's, Youths' and Children's Clothing, and must reduce the line, and in order to do so wil1 give )i ! 1l3 y{ % i K % -r,. , . ■ j* This line is ali first-class goods, of the very latest weaves and patterns, selected especially for this section, v* and purchasers will miss rare bargains if they fail to inspect this stock «.* dt dt J ALL $20 SUITS ARE NOW ALL $17 50 SUITS ARE NOW ALL $15 00 SUITS ARE NOW $13 35 J ; ALL $12 50 SUITS ARE NOW $7 35 1165 ! ALL $10 00 SUITS ARE NOW . 6 65 1 . ... 10 00 ! ! AND SO ON DOWN THE LINE k x remember, we are now in the summers & musick building ft JFISHER, KING & COMPANY.^ < n ot i c e Cold Springs Camp, No, 2262 WOODMEN OF THE V. ORLD Meets at Cold i'-ipriu^s, .) | J miles west of Alto, on the fourth Saturday nig!)...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 5 February 1909

. Jrt \] / % A* \ r r •• i i, i PE-BII-NA IONIC FOR THESTATE LEGISLATURE COUGHS, COLDS, CATARBfl. - — J08EPH HALL CHA8E PeriitiH Drug Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen: 1 have used I'eruna and find that it cannot be equaled us a tonic, as well as a cure for coughs, colds and catarrh. You are authorized to use my Fihoto with testimonial in any puli- i cation. Joseph H. Chase, 804 Tenth St., Washington, D. C. IMPORTANT BILL IS ONE EFFECT- ING SALARY OF COUNTY AT- TORNEYS—MANY OTHERS. Cold and I ti Grippe Mr. C. Happy, llardin, Kay Co., Mo., Writes: "I call safely recommend l'e- runa as a remedy that will cure all ca- tarrhal troubles. "It was of great benefit to mo, as it cured me of catarrh of the throat, and 1 took a very bad cold and had la grippe last, February. It settled in my throat and lungs, I took three bottles of I'eruna and it cured me. "I highly recommend it to all who are siclt, and 1 am glad to add my en- dorsement to that of others." I'e-ni-iui tor Colds Mr. 1, Clifford F...

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