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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 April 1909

'If m W ' w v.-. ■UH V I I •' - ($$- Mm IfSfe- :\ ' HEN MINET PLANTATION MELODY. UNT DINAH stood on her back porch and looked around. Buys ehe: "I cert'nly smell rabbit- meat, 'less my nose's foolln' me, Hyah, honey, take dls grun and Bhoot de fust on« yo' kin eo." An' de sap-sueker sing: "Ker-ehee, ker-chec, Look out, Brer Kabblt; whoo-ee, whoo-oe." Brer Rabbit he watched and heered It all, down by dat syca- more tree, An' ho lick his foot and roach his ha'r, an' be laf dat gun to see, An' he tuk a mnnln* start, and flew—lak a harrycane, den flew he. But do sap-suckcr, dar In de sycamoro- trce, Kep' on: "Whoo-ee, whoo;ee." But he warn Brer Kabblt mos' too much, an' dat was a shame to see. Do pore little teentsle bird dat fell, dead ofT'n dat sycamore tree, And Dinah went back thoo de yard, don' had no meat for tea. And nebber no mo' will de sap-sucker sing: "Look out, Brer Rabbit, whoo-ce, whoo- ce." HARDSHIPS OF ARMY LIFE. Left Thousands of Veterans with Kid- ney Trouble. The expe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 April 1909

9 f 'ml I 4 H 11 I i jfe: MMHMMfll ) \(BIl PM 45%/f^. n s ^ * a , tv ^ ^ # :* a ^ r;n c* c ij/iRAsin .^::r, nchltls. Croup- W>ioo> : t iif.'E?. f.-'i*: f.'.Oir 5.rr-.o ot Quinsy, Kc;2sj ?.Ul'. ;-S, /'.i ■ I". rj^cij e-5 iOAT, L«J !i E'er en DC. 1 a n.a Grippe, Lungs, wi-.d awd chest r r-""f (J RF)',{1jf>R'!P A I t. \:< a v. 'w ii <. 1 s ^ u il 1. w"a !'i-a i (o Di. Kirk's Eow Discovery permanently cured o-.rjrt tnil dacftU'OiK 11 .et &ad Iuiir trouble, and I've 32,u. evt; ..'rcc.-- : v. ! : . Mcrci a?it,l .e:£haw, S. C. hi-- r-ii ~ ~n 1 ~ wi ■ Mfua •_**. «. ' un< twjir. u « • «-'jwt- Pl?IO! AND SI.00 V*?*^ - ' * ? •'•••-. *'i <?• '' " *r,: .• , *::r,n r/V frr^v 1*.\ r'>vv¥**j2\ey,—m- • i t *.w V;- • - AUv • --J b; I .* .J. ^Svi.-: ai5i£SUZ A L. I- D C-. A I n 3 ■ .jronnwitf.. Mzraa.xn.<r.'.* <r j'jw. :.> % *wrmv*irru*r^v/vr^JBr - .vie „• •. -n iu mtarm • wimv* The Fall of the Roman Empire, j In our long ruul varied ca-' veer as an editor we have ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 April 1909

vM? ''>v Ofi w PWWWB • { v ! / f. I I N L ■I i Ci)li .rr.d lnr.uurv,.3, iooi,at Ihc Alto, Tcxo Postcifflce JsSfcomiauss ri<iii riot tor AclofCongress- riarrHs, 1570 Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FR APRIL 23, 1909. Number 20 'THE home bank" TifE ALTO STATE BANK CAPITAL ©10,000 -00 It has been estimated that NINE IT,FIVE PER CENT of of the business of our country is transacted by means of cliecks and drafts THE MAN WITH A CHECKING ACCOUNT CAN TELL YOU OF ITS MANY ADVANTAGES A chocking account with THIS BANK will enable you to handle your cash transactions with absolute safety and convenience H IT Berryraan, President M C Parri&li, Cashier M E MeClure ) vjce Pres's N H Aguew J ' c 1 rcb h If You Like Our Way of Doing Business TELL OTHERS OPENING OF AQUA VITAE PARK. Nacogdoches Preparing to Make Her Debut as a Health and Pleasure Resort. Special Correspondence. Nacogdoches, April 19.— All plans are about completed for the big celebration here Tuesday, April 27th, at which time this c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 April 1909

'HI > .* 4. > k i I \m THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. SUMMARY OF THE WEEK ALTO, - TEXAS A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- 1 TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Twenty-five car loads of fat rattle were shipped to market from Sny- der, Friday. The Government of Peru has is- sued an order prohibiting boxing matches, either public or private. County attorney J. E. Bass died in Kaufman, Friday afternoon, at about 5 o'clock, with pneumonia. Three car loads of race horses are en route now to Lawton for the meet to bo held April 17 to 37. The Teague independent school district Friday voted a bond issue of $40,000 to build a brick schoolhouse in Teague. The corner stone of the new court j house at Snyder will be laid under j the auspices of the Odd Fellows Lodge of the county. Alfon/o Steele, the sole survivor of the battle of San Jacinto, cele- brated his ninty-third birthday Sat- urday at his home at Mexia. J. W. Oman of San Antonio has invented an aeroplane and expe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 April 1909

IMMMHOHHNHI 1|f 7 V*v ¥' wi'j. ' i r0UR MEN ARE LYNCHED FOUR PRISONERS HANGED TO RAFTERS IN AN OLD BARN IN OKLAHOMA. JAIL GUARDS OVERPOWERED J. B. Miller of Ft. Worth, Jesse West and Joe Allen, of Texas, and B. B. Burrell of Duncan, Ok. Ada, Ok., April 20.—Four men hold in connection with the killing of former United States Marshal (Jus Bobbitt were hanged by a mob at 3 o'clock yesterday morning. The men lynched" were: James 15. Mil- ler of Fort Worth, Jesse West of Canadian, Joseph Allen of Canadian. B. B. Burrell of Duncan, Oklahoma After apparently well laid plans, about fifty men overpowered the guards, one being rendered insensi- ble, and secured the prisoners, one of whom, West, fought desperately against being taken from his cell. The mob hurried the men to a de- serted stable near by and the four were hanged to rafters. The town was in darkness at the time, because a committee of the mob had repaired to the light plant, where they forced the engineer to cut oir the current s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 April 1909

ft «r a.. i > • i 'I 111 I ' B ' >1 J n ■ i w Fashionable Clothes -=FOR GENTLEMFN != Arc here ready for you, If you want (o enjoy Clothes Luxury without extra cost, come in and look at 01 :r New Spring Line—try them on—see how becoming—how truly hzndsome you ean appear with the right Clothes. Ours are exceptional Clothes—they are made by those Master Tailors, SCHLOSS BROS. 8c <§., BALTIMORE AND NEW YORK The New Spring Styles arc handsome garments, and denote individual style in the art of tailoring. The fabrics ore marvels of beautiful colors—impossible to give an adequate description in this limited space. Your inspection is only needed to convince you of their superior merit. 1 LargestStockof Low Cut Shoestor Men and Women Ever shown in Alto. Come in and make an inspection of them r*. ^%ts 2*i £ £ MILLINERY DEPARTMENT spect the beautijul display of Feminine Hcadwear. Our expert milliner and her corps of able assistants will take pleasure in showing you everything in this ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 April 1909

■MMppinnp «* ^ I it * GiVEN AWAY at the RACKET STORE ! * 4 Tiiirin-one Piess on h n i11 *f All you have to do to get this Set is to trade $25 worth of coupons on the card we give ^ou, and then you h *1 get this Thirty-One Pieoe Beautiful China Breakfast Set Free' You can't t I afford to miss this Gome around and let us show you Get you one of the Coupon Cards before they are v ^ all gone & We have only a limited number of them V \ - C # , We Call the Ladies Special Attention to ^ J The Silk Crepe Dress Goods Just Arrived J ,3 Also Poplin Princess in the Popular Colors j* And the Finest Black Voile Skirting you have ever witnessed in Alto Don't delay Come in at once and % AI secure a Coupon Card, and get your „ . 3 m a * a**** 1 li ^ Breakfast Set before all are gone LJ fTlGit © H9CK©t £Of"@ f\ i N OTIC E Cold Springs Camp, No. 2262 WOODMEN OFTHEV.ORLD Meets at Cold Springs, 4}^ miles west of Alio, on the fourth Saturday nights in each month. All Woodmen invited. F. D. BODENHEIME...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 April 1909

siim mamuntf ftatfff ■■: ■ • <■ i 4 ! i •■< i % I -i MB •i« f;p 1 i THESIATE LEGISLATURE SENATE GETS PROTESTS AOAINijT PASSAGE OF CURETON GUARANTY BILL. BOTH CALENDARS ARE CLEAR Senate Accepts Invitation to Visit City of San Antonio Wednesday. AiiBtin: Petitions are now pouring In to tho Senate from business men, farmers and others protesting against the passage of the Cure ton bank guar- anty bill which is now up to the Sen- ate, anil favoring the passage of the Hume-Sen tor substitute. Quite a stir was created in the Sen- ate by ono petition which was num- erously signed from farmers and busi- ness men of Henderson County, the home of Representative Mobley, who Is ono of the joint authors of the Cure- ton bill. This petition was to the ef- fect that 75 per cent of the voters of Henderson County are opposed to the Cureton bill. Senator Holsey, who favors the Cureton bill, had the names read and afterward he said they were farmers and bona fide residents of Henderson County. T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 April 1909

' V VlV, W'«," V !-••• • f. / / MI^hen cabinet THE WAIL OF THE VANE. S FICKLE as tlio weatlicr- van<>," Of woman has been Mid. Dut why lay Bins of wom- ankind, On my devoted head? True as the needle to the pole, Wind, am I true to thee. Blow hot or cold; blow coat or west, I turn—thine faithfully. Blow from the boreal re- gion, I Swing with thee, straight and fair. Blow from the south, I answer well The gentle summons there. , Count woman fickle, If ypu -must. But grant a eonstunt mind. Unto the vane, who must obey The all Inconstant wind! Curious Spoons. In the England of the last century, mulberries were much more popular for food than now. So popular that an especial spoon was made for con- venience In eating them. It had a perforated bowl and a spiked and pointed handle. Sugar was sprinkled on the berry with the bowl, and the berry conveyed to the mouth by means of the spiked handle. There was, too, a queer marrow spoon (a proof of the English fond- Bess for beef). It was ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 23 April 1909

' -Jf ,T M I I I - " MS it gi, j . OF ALL THROAT & LUNG REMEDIES DEKII Ual USLi kk^J QUICKEST, SAFEST, SUREST ,'JGK ^"D COLO CURE AMD HE A! T.R OF ALL DtSEASES OF LUNGS, THROAT AND CHEST M } I CURED BY HALF A BOTTLE IT.il• a I tic of Dr. King's New Discovery cured me of the E mori1 cold ar..: coupb I ever had. J. 1?. Pitt, Rocky Mount, N. C. PRICE COO AND 81.00 ?JE&:xr& 1ZS : a SSLD AMD GUARANTEED BY EH A I- I- O fc. A l~ ^ F5£ £> r.T u-wtmrmjm Look Cut—Noc In. "The clouds are ahvaj'S beautiful and cle.n no matter what is iu the house. Just look out, mamma, said a little girl to her mother who stood on the door step of the ditjgv factory tenement, bemoaning the smoky, discolored walls. The mother looked out. The .strip cf green by the river's edge, the rolling white clouds, and the deep blue of the calm, far-reaching sky entered bcj heart and soul and made hei forget the poverty and grime. What a blessing that our homes have windows that we catch a glimpse of heaven's...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 April 1909

•IX' '5V• • $ "' v; r ijifcy.' P** 1Kfc * £ t; it I ft! K - ■r | K' 3 ft :" 'Si'- t" ■ ct§I entered 8, 1901,atIheHlto,Texoi>ostpfflce asSecondOussMultnatterAct ofCorwircsi- Narchs, 1870 Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1909. Number 2> 'THE HOME BANK" THE ALTO STATE BANK STtfi Hang -—Izr-J*1 r K" ^otss CAPITAL SIO.OOO.op Gyt Any Gold ? YES? Well, you want to keep it, don't you? We don't blame you, but it is dan^ gerous to keep money aiv ound the house Our Burglar Proof Safe affords ABSOLUTE PROTECTION for your money, and we have a special plan for those who want to put money of this kind in a safe place, and at the same time know you can get it back. Your Identical Money When You Want It! Call on us and we will cheerfully tell you H H Berryuiati', President M C Parrish, Cashier M E McClure ) res,g N H Agnew j The Home Merchant. In an editorial 011 "Why It Pays to Buv Goods at Home," the Liberal (Kan.) Independ- ent has this deserved appreci/ ation of the home merchant. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 April 1909

- i * -• saB^ss^f^ & n *1 i / , \ - H , Tir \LTO Hi£RALD SUMMARY OF THE WEEK T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. A! Tin ■Woe fair ! Tin \ RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TKX \s TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE ■ directors of iIh1 Brady Fiiiv alion liuvc >• t tin.' (late lor tlic lis full for <Irl. (i, i and S. Intcniatioiuil Ituilroad lias completed a large shod to be used in j'eci'ivin# tiiid (lacking fruit in Tyler. t'itv mail delivery has been order- ed ostabli.-lied in Brownwooc'l. Tc.\.. tvilli four earners, two substitute.-: uinI tliiit\-one* collection boxes. '['be entire population of Kirikan. locati d benvci'ii Aleplio and Aloxau- di'ctta. Asiatic Turkey, even to the last babe, have been niasiiscred. Tli' • sessions <if the Eminent llrand Coinniariderv of Templar of Ti n Masonic Tei Monday u '3 o clock, one id of Joseph Hoth'u Braimt'ols was .wort llel 111 that lire and ■ time in tl \ isited wi The total J. Men II. Farr « details so i of jewelry s e old...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 April 1909

> ■ ■ • ,r- f- ,-r- *&"■:. ■. w /~7 MR'a£! B ft ?J|. w S&i- t ' ./ '< gP'L ,f' If^jf • 'V SBR? •,:*iis8r / is fc:*8®s r i( The Singer Stood Erect and Waved His Hat Cheerfully. WsJ/FSmWIHSBbJ BY^tLU. mDDIXrONjTrBWT ca*r*K/rr it07 er jquppift so/7 co JU.USTR.iJZO JJV RAY WALTERS ltd SYNOPSIS. Throe girls — Elizabeth, Oabrielle and Ellse—started for Canada to spend the summer there. On board steamer they were frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger, who, finding a bag belonging to one of them, took enjoyment in scru- tinizing a photo of the trio. Ellso shared her stateroom with a Mrs. Graham, also bound for Canada. The young women on a sightseeing tour met Mrs. Graham, anxiously awaiting her husband, who had A mania for sailing. They were intro- duced to Lord Wilfrid and Lady Edith. A cottage by the ocean was rented by the trio for the summer. Elizabeth learned that a friend of her father's was to call. Two men called, one of them being the queer-acting stranger o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 April 1909

At ^ ■ ~ ■ -TvsT-!.. "I.JWMWWii .111,1. ■■x.'Hiii i ~aua q. Vfk Hi \ f I ■ r I *>« ^ji ^vrtWAViiV.vvkVW^wkW.wwrtWiWiV^wrtwwww^www^wkV^'W^wwwwwwwwwwMwyv^wywywkv.'yAWWv^ Pashiosiable Clothes-*- OR GENTLEMFNS r >9 rfi ' if £ £ Bi> a 5 ig "W fcj 5 rv* § •5 If you want to enjoy Clothes Luxury withot: extra cost, come in and look at them on—: c how becoming—how truly handsome you can appear with the Are here -ready for you, our New Spring Line—try them _ r ' : Clothes. Ours arc exceptional Clothes—they arc made by those Me ter labors, SCHLOSS BROS. <3c <s., BALTIMORE AND NEW YORK Tij. New S<-u:n; Styles arc handsome garments, and denote individual s yle in the art of tailoring. fabrics ore marvels of beautiful colors- impossible to give an adequate description in this limited space. Your inspection is only needed to convince you of their superior merit. The La rgest Stock of Low Cut Shoes tor Ken and Women Ever shown in Alto. Come in and make an inspection of them EVA 11...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 April 1909

v MW f mmgt " * ( it \' s \> •JUU-Jll'.'H'JW *■*• GIVEN AWAY at the RACKET STORE ! DpAQI/l ra M h J/ a \ * * mih ft \n f*\ [ ■ "y["' f \j k 1 V ei I I k '■•>■ i. % | K L e)y crtib m i n o J .fi hnnu v| All you have to do to get this Set is to trade $25 worth of coupons on the card we rave ycu, and then you K L get this Thirty-One Piaoe Beautify! China Breakfast Set Free! You can't r | afford to miss this ^ Come around and let us show you Get you one of the Coupon Cards before they are ^ ^ all gone ^ We have only a limited number of them fy We Call the Ladies Special Attention to l The Silk Crepe Dress Goods just Arrived £ fi Also Poplin Princess in '.he Popular Colors $ j And the Finest Black Voile Skirting you have ever witnessed in A!to «S Don't delay ♦ Ccnss in at once and H secure a Coupon Card, and get your * * g n n * \i Breakfast Set before all are gone Burner ~ ~ Local Happenings Canned goods of all kinds at Agnew's. Mell Nocll is prospecting in New Mexico this week. L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 April 1909

.V.-J i i i I [ .1 I ■ ■ MSTATE LEGISLATURE APPROPRIATION BILL IS BEING PASSHD AND GOING HOME STAGE MAY SOON BE REACHED. GOOD PROSatSS BEING MADE Bill to Stop Building of Stntc Rail- roid from Palestine. D-featcd. Austin: At last the appropriation Mil U h 'in : ihiNtiO'l, and it may l ' that l!i • going 11• i:i < stage may bo reached ubout the time the present culled sen slon of lii" legislature ahull expire by <'on:iltu ioaal limitation. Tin1 upprup- vialloa bill wi:- tuktn up In the House Monday, but was set aside now and t'li.n for lite purpose of considering other i!n :i.aires. Very good progress was made upon It. Mr. Maddox is offering amendments to reduce the salaries of the negro porters In the various d •partments from ? I^0 to SI-'O. upon the pi a of economy. These porters now get from $300 to $4-0 a \'tr They perform the duties of por- ter, messenger and filing clerk and are muite cflieient. The appropriation < > ' initteo decided to raise all of them !■> $4...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 April 1909

V y ZSEWeBm WHAT COLORS SHALL J U3KV 1 LEWIS' "SINGLE BINDER." WHY AUNTY'S NEVER SICK. OLKS toll me I look de!l- onto, And old. and past my prime. And yet, I'm never sick a day. You see, I haven't time Occasionally, I feot bad, A cold pets hold of me, But Just as I about glvi up, Somo one gits sick, you see. I recollect once rhetima- tlz Got started In my side, But Just then brothel Sam took sick And pretty nearly died And by the time I'd nursed him 'round And helped that wife o' lil3, 1 felt so well I clear forgot All 'bout my rheumatiz. Another time I started in With a dyspepsy scare. Then Marthy had a baby, and I had to ro out there, Then Ma's back sot to achln' so Seemed notliln' would relieve her, And Just as she Rot easy, Pa Came down with typhoid fever. So how on earth can I Ret sick? "fwould almost tie a crime. With everybody cite upset, I never find the time. Bottles and Babies. A prominent woman physician has this to ga> about the feeding of bot- tle babies: "FiabiCB ar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 April 1909

N / IJJfP * v* I I •I / >'• * DR. KING'S FOR COUGHS AND COLDS. F©?2 WEAK, SORE LUNGS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, HEMORRHAGES AND ALL THROAT amd LUNG DISEASES. PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I regard Dr. King's Hew Discovery as the grandest medicine of modern times. One bottle completely cured me of a very bad cough, which was steadily growing worse under other treatments. EARL S1IAMBURG, Codell, Kas. PRICE eco AND ei.oo „ $ SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY C. A L. U D& ALE R S Ho was "Readii'ff." Mr. Jones, of Cnradeu, went to dine one evening with a friend. He imbibed quite free- ly and the result was that he Kot "pretty mellow," says a Philadelphia paper. As he started home he realized his condition, and pondered how to conceal it from his wife. "I'll go home and read," he said to himself. "Who ever heard of a drunken man read- ing?" He reached home and went to the library and com- menced to read. Mrs. Jones later appeared on the scene. "What on earth are you do- ing?" she asked. "Reading, my dear, I'm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 May 1909

' L V dhe Bite Herald Onlorrd January K.S, looi.atllie Alio, Tex# Poslofflcc WSccondCluss Moll natter Act of C nurcs.v March!. 1570 ❖ Volume IX AI.TO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1909. Number 22 THE HOME BANK' THE ALTO STATE RANK CAI-ITAL S..IO.COO.110 Business Disputes ■ **©s> C V trr t Ti^i ?> Can often be avoided by s'mply ''dig' ging up" an old CANCELLED CHECK, which settles the matter absolutely . . . No use to "chew the rag" about the nd' vantages of a bank account, and whether it be large or small, This Bank will Appreciate Your Business! ii ii Pcrryman, President M C'P.irriph, Cashier M Iv McClure N H Agncw !■vi ice Pies's Branch House at Waco. Attracted by the railroad facilities and the rich conn try surrounding, together with the advantages offered in the city one of the largest piano concerns in the state has lo- cated a branch in this city, the W. A. Ley he Piano com- pany, whose permanent home will be 703 Austin street. The locating of the Leyhe Piano compute m waeu wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 May 1909

■aM ^"" • flU,-. ■/ v ■ . ■ 'I ( i j THE ALTO HEBA1.D summ op THE WEEK! I HYDE IS SENT TO PRISON T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO. TK.N AS A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. TEXAS NEWS ITEMS The outlook for a pecan crop in ; Browuwood section docs not seem to In? good t li iyear. Tlw directors of tlie Brady Fair Association have set the date for the fair 11 ifall for Get. (i, 7 and 8. Got id ruins fell in the western and northern parts of Kunnells conn ty, Mondftv afternoon, breaking a i'our months' drouth. A new oil well at Jennings. La., tilled 1.001) barrels, Monday. It i^ owned by the l'rodin crs' Company and is in new territory. William Lyeett, well known as an artist, and especially as a china painter, killed himself by shooting at Jiis home in Atlanta. <>a., I hursdav. Saturday was clean-up day at Pilot Point. The city authorities were aided by the women's club- ol llenton, and all indtistruetible rub- bish was piled up and hauled beyond the city l...

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