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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 May 1909

.-v. vVJ u. ~ ~ EY^tllA MWDlMtONj TYBWT COPY WW /to/ gr JO UPf*rK071 ca IZJ, USi RATED BY RAY WALTERS L9 SYNOPSIS. Three girl* — Elizabeth, riabrlflle and Elise—started for (.'anada to spend tho Hummer there. On board steamer they were frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger, who, finding a ba«; belonging to one of them, took enjoyment In scru- tinizing a photo of tin? trio. Ellso shared her stateroom with n 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. Elisabeth learned that a friend of her father's was to call. Two men called, one of them being the queer-acting stranger on the steamer. The girls were "not at home," but discovered by the cards left that ono of the men was Elizabeth's father's friend. The men proved to bo John C. Blake and Gordon Bennett. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 May 1909

r. "M """" 2U i '«Si 'jtiiSiiMWfiii ■ • •—. SB >Js Ft , 1 'a ■ti i I . it® II. •> i- s r-W 1 *hbi > *U ' fii V«V«mV&VwYB¥MMW«WMVYirV«V^^ i The House of the Hour! We Are Always on the Move, and Something Doing! 3S 'M !> JMl 5P Kir* *!M *" Tin r*fl "T > *"XM «£ if You Ask any°nc whcrc t0/jnd the most up/to | I t; stock of fi;oods in town, and the place to buy Daintv Dress Materials Waisting, Embroideries, Laces, Hosiery, Collars, Belts, Notions, etc., they | will tell you to go to Bianton Brothers If You Ask Where to buy the Best Shoes for the Least] Money—Stylish, Comfortable And Durable; Shoes—they 11 tell you Star Brand Shoes Are Better and not delay buying, and the plaee to get them is at Bianton Brothers Ladies ^ y°11 ^es*re to kn:)w Where where to buy that Stylish Hat, ask your lady friend, and she wlH tell you that Hats constructed with the moxi^ mum amount of Hand Tailoring, Snappy and Distinctive Styles for the particular lady, smart models marked by artist...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 May 1909

U. h&T ' I Local Happenings Try a nut sandae at Guinn &. Coats. It's fine. W. J. Crosby took a trip down the road yesterday. Allen Brothers keep the freshest groceries in town. We clean and press clothes. I. Friedman & Co. Miss Myrtle Rook is visit- ing relatives at Dallas and Wylie. Swift's Premium Hams and Breakfast Bacon at Allen Brothers. Master Nelson Terrell is spending the week with rela- tives at Linwood. Miss E'la Cnrtis, of Rusk, spent Monday in Alto, the guest of Mrs. Joe Moore. Miss Cornelia Jenkins, of Jacksonville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Byron Scully. Special values iu children's and misses' hats for next week at Blanton Brothers. Miss Florence Fisher spent last Satmday at Wild hurst, the guest of Miss Ruth Ram- sey. Boy's low quarters in plain and patent leathers, one- fourth off Saturday at I. Fried- man & Co's. Mrs. R. A. Brack and little son returned Monday from a two week's visit to relatives and friends in Lufkiu. Jack Lewis, an employe of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 May 1909

....'ZsmfiMm i i mi i ■ V 11 By II m I I il I ft.1 ■ ■ II ■££ p| 11 m 9 i THESTATE LEGISLATURE SOME HOPE TO START FOR THEIR HOMES ON EIGHTH OF MAY. APPROPRIATION BILL PASSED Without a Dissenting Voice the Senate Passes Guaranty Austin: With the House througn ronsid'.'Mi^ Ihi; general appropriation bill by sections, hut the measure yet peudiny in the body and subject to further amendment, many of the mem- bers of the Legislature have high hopes that the curtain will be rung down for good next Saturday evening. However, the IIou:->' didn't have hopes high enough today to Induce it to adopt a resolution providing for sine die adjournment m>xt Saturday. The fact that the Governor is still submitting subjects of legislation daily and that the air Is full of rumors to ihe efTect that he will call another special session if the guarantee of deposits bill doesn't come through in good form, and that he has decided that he will veto the appropriation bill unless it shall be cut down, al...

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

Wm*. - 1 I NEGROES LYNCHED IN EASTERN TEXAS MOB OF ONE THOUSAND CITIZENS HANG BLACK FIEND. MARSHALL TWO; TYLER ONE Marshall Men Make Short Work of Negroes Charged With Killing Officers. Tyler, May 3.—Jlm.JIm Hodge was lynched by 11 crowd of 1000 men at 12:05 o'clock Saturday afternoon. From a huge derrick, lined for hoisting etone In the building of the new Smith County courthouse, the lifeless body of the negro swung in the breeze for half an hour before It was cut down. There was no excitement; no howling mob; no evidence of anything except determination. About the neck of their black-shirt- ed, blue-overalled victim, one of the ropes was adjusted, and fifty or more men lay hold of the end. A simultaneous pull, and the negro's squirming body was seen to shoot high into the air, nnd then stop. It turned from side to side from the momentum gathered. There was a twitch or so of the muscles; a struggle—futile in the extreme, and finally the body was still. Within ten minutes the crowd...

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

mm i I Kennedy's Laxative Cotigh Syrup Relieves Colds by working them out of (lie system through a copious and healthy action of the bowels. Relieves coughs by cleansing the mucous membranes of the throat, chest and bronchial tubes. A Peculiar Law, If the bill before the Illi- nois legislature becomes a law- it will put a good many men Proposed Amendment to the 6t t« Constitution Validating School Dis- tricts and Their Bonded Indebted- ness and Authorizing Levy and Col- lection of Taxes to Pay Such In- . . , debtedness. in a decidedly uncornlortable house joint resolution no. 5 The bill prohibits ! House Joint Resolution to amend Arti- : position. 'labitual drunkards from "As pleasant to the taste as Maple Sugar" Children Like I * u For BACKACHE WEAK KiDKEYS Try CsWitt s Kldno; and Bladder Fills Sure and Safe AM, DKAI.I-RS Cherish Your Girlhood. n« .r wisnini, 1 ]) to w neglect v< rush and i times thi i you will r< ter "vouiu lie eirls . ;ivlK, don't be so ofler. that you were...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 May 1909

Y ! 5 § m ■ ./■; •• r* t 7*~T- > • /1 // (The Bite era Id Cntcrnd Januaryk.5, 1901,nt Ihe rtllo, Tcxn Postofflce nsScrondClussMali natter ActofConaress. norths. l 7i> VOLUMK IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY i4> 1909. Number 23 THE HOME BANK" THE ALTO STATE BAMK CAPITAL SlO.OOO.nc) Business Disputes. Can often be avoided by simply "'dig-' gi«g up" an olo CANCELLED CHECK, which settles the matter absolutely . , , No use to "chew the rag" about the ad-* vantages of a bank account, and whether it be large or small, Pension for II II Berryman, President M C Parrish, Cashier Frfe Lumber and Protection. "Luti.ber placed 011 the free list is syuouyinous with lum- ber protected. Tnat is why we hope that in the end no'tj only logs, but the sawed pnv duct from the Canadian for- ests will be admitted free. And along with free lumber should come free pulp. "A stronger advocate of the principle of protection than the Inquirer cannot "be found in the land. We believe most thoioughly in duties ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 May 1909

the, alto herald 'SIM Of THE WEEK T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ( i I ALTO, r T.N AS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Oscar S. Strauss, former Secretary of Commerce anil Labor at Washing- ton, has been selected lor Ambassa- dor to Turkey. Capt. Car Forrest, one of Ellis County's most highly respected pio- hecr citizens, died Wednesday morn- ing in W'axahachie. Bids were opened Tuesday at noon upon the construction of the ciglit- utory Sanger Bros, building in Dal- las, the structure to cost $200,000. About two inches of rain and hail fell during an hour at Henrietta. Wednesday. This will make a good fcason and place this country in line shape. Zion City, Howie's former strong- hold, in Illinois, has two mayors and councils. The latter will sit or try ♦o sit at the same meeting place, and both sides will try to preside. Oscc Goodwin, vice president and secretary of the Marshall and East Texas Railroad, says that active work is being done on the extension of the road south of Marshall. Mayors of 'JVxas ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 May 1909

V - '• / V / p. / My Ring! It Is Gone—My Ruby Ring." catriwir /tor or i/Pfitncorr ca n&VSTRATED BY RAT WAITERS SYNOPSIS. Three girls — Elizabeth, Gabrlello and Ellsa—started for Canada to spend the •ummer there. Oh board steamer they •were frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger, who, rinding a bag belonging to one of them, took enjoyment In scru- tinizing a photo of the trio. Ellse shared her stateroom with n, Mrs. Graham, alao 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 I.ady 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 toeing the queer-acting stranger on tho steamer. The girls were "not at home, but discovered by the cards left that one of the men was Elizabeth's fathers friend. Tho men proved to bo John L. fclake and Gordo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 May 1909

u i i i \ > AN "ll Wja .M ' NJ .■* * kJ KB * ;:o rr#M * % ; V* z* i** k3 1 KM £ r !r*w -z lh> > tw flM 5* L.I The House of the Hour! We Are Asways on the Move, and Something Doing! If You Ask ">yo« 7I,erc,,°u",d the most up'to-p^u stock of goo,!, in town, did the place to buy Dainty Dress Materials Waisting, Embroideries, Laces, Hosiery, Collars, Belts, Notions, etc., they will tell you to go to IH- 6 U .. Ri e« ^ i. \ Blanio brothers If You Ask Where to buy the Best Shoes for the Least Money—Stylish, Comportable and Durable Shoes—they 'll tell you • ; Star Brand Shoes Are Better and not delay buying, and the place to get them is at Blanton Brothers Ladies ^ y°u ^cs*rc *° knjw Where where to buy that Stylish Hat, ask your lady friend, and she will tell you that Hats constructed with the maxi* mum amount of Hand Tailoring, Snappy and Distinctive Styles for the particular lady, smart models marked by artistic taste, and the very best values for your money, can always be fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 May 1909

'' -i' " 'l ' •> om EVDfl :"■ WQ jHaSMCliriii \ _ \/ '■^ORwi^gKn I At the SameM Stand! ^5 Ready to serves m^Y customers fj with tiie best to be 1x1 and Fa/V Groceries • w Of all kinds, Tt Mt received | Fresh BacoHams, Lard £ Hour, Sugar, Rice, <*ies, Canned Goods, etc •_5 See me if you wan*8*1 Groceries | JOHN IMBLITT*£°s Mrs. Harriet Smith. Mrs, Harriet Smith, wife oi Uncle Steve Smith, living near Laudrum, died Tuesday ifternoon, after an illness of some weeks, and was buried in the cemetery at Lvneh's Chapel Wednesday afternoon. Besides her devoted hus- band, she leaves a son, Mr. James A. Smith of Alto, a daughter, Miss Sallie Smith, and other relatives, and a host of friends and acqaintuucis, to wlioui the sympathy of all is extended. Local Happen.tr>' See the Racket Stc for cheap groceries. Murphy & VVillian- want to do your barber worl W ill Jones went <erland to Jacksonville Tuesd'. Harry-Usher. Married, at the residence of E. K. Davis, on last Sundaj morning...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 May 1909

■zagm&xz mm u I i Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America i~~i r Edilril nnd ContrlbulMl by W S. MORGAN, Springfield, MU otiri. The consolidation or confederation <.f all tho warehouses In each mate should be effected before the next cot ton crop beKlns to move. Without it you can't have tile full advantages ol co-operation. A pure milk campaign Ik KoinK on in Ntveral cities In the United States. The milkmen seem to have gone the railroad companies one better; they not only water their stock, but the milk. The credit system is bud enough, but the mortgage system makes It worse. The man who gives the mort- gage takes all risks and the merchant all the prolits, and lie usually sees that they are large enough. Politics Is defined by all dictionar- „os as the science of government good government but the politicians seem to think that it is the science of graft. Legislative committees to represent Hie farmers at the sessions of the state and national legislatures a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 May 1909

■ibhhffasptfl® '■■• -r-tf Iff < \ WEST TEXAS NEEDS MIIC INTERESTING PAINT TEST AMBITIOUS. OF THE STATE. RECENT RAINS DID LITTLEC 'here la a vrry simple find Inlrrpst- - i chemical tost by which to detect .. . jpurlty in paint materials. Thou- THROUGHOUrTHAATTLrROUT'ln'IS B"d ,housan(l8 ot ,co>'le. a" over THROUGHOUT THAT SECTIOMie counlry, aro making this test. It Is a sure way to safeguard against the many adulterated while leads which arc nn the market. Any one can make the teBt—all that Is needed Is a simple little instrument which may be had free by writing National Lead Company, 1902 Trinity Building, New York, and asking for House- owner's Painting Outfit No. 49. The outfit Includes also a set of color fchemes f r exterior or Interior paint- ing, or both. If you wish, and a book of - specifications. No houseowner should make any arrangements for painting till he gets this outfit. One can't expect a satisfactory paint- ing job without pure white lead. There Ib a way to ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 May 1909

am t I I I'urity in Womanhood. A. German philosopher lias poetically and truthfully said: "The t.vo most beautiful things in the ituiver.se are the starry heavens < ver our heads and the sentiment of duty in the human soul." iects are richer for templntion of the ' minded man than i- woman who lives, a. C 111 hi"h and !'c\v ob" the ,.ly a youn;; I.-;, speaks her powers for an MALARIAL DISEASES, How to Avoid Them and the Se- rious Consequences of Neg- lect. , "Fix me up something to knock the malaria, doctor," remarked a sallow- faced, sickly looking man, entering n omminent physician's office the other day. The doctor stepped to his medicine case, took down a couple of bottles, mixed and I haye formed a little con- science fund?" "Conscience fund?" asked the big husband, in surprise. Yes, dear. You see, I have been borrowing a few dollars nligluaned con'vicihm of duty,!ri wllich 1,e llaluled to the ° . i nntiont with tili voice n! God. In a mi'-hty •r. Though n tie as ;• nd modes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 May 1909

• 0? r * .« J7: lintcrnU Janu.irvi.8, lijfll.ot I he aifo, Tcxo Postofflrfl o:> sc. vvlOuss Mull nailer Ac I of Conores* Plarch J, IR7(> Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 21. 1909. * ■ \ THE HOME BANK" the afro state rank CAPITAL S310.000.ui) Are We Justified?- Perhaps \vc ought to be satisfied, but the more I one gets '"the more he wants." THIS BEING TRUE, we are justified in asking for new busi- ness, anil if we do say it ourselves, we arc prev pared to give PERFECT SATISFACTION to our patrons. Ever thought about doing business with us? I hint over it, and. then make a start. it pi Berry man, President M K McClure) T) 's M C Parrii-h, Cashier N ii Agnew J ;,ce 1 ' WE ARE THE FARMERS' FRIENDS AND CAN PROVE IT. Number 24 I OR LADIES, MEN and CHILDREN Costs 10 lore for Three Months Wear YOU'LL PAY NO MOPE TO THE Wunder Hose Family Than if you bod bought the ordinary, easily wearojutable stocking, and the decided edvaiv tage trebles their value WUNDER HOSE ARE SOFT I and flexib...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 May 1909

\ THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, - TEXAS 3 SUMMARY OF THE WEEK A resume of the most impor tant news at home and abroad. TEXAS NEWS ITEMS The forty-first annual meeting of the State ,Mcdical Association of ,Texas will meet in Galveston Tues- day. Sail Antonio and Southwest Texas got a drenching rain early Sunday morning, the first for this city in many weeks. '1'iie State Federation of Labor held its twelfth annual convention in San Antonio Tuesday and was largely attended. Wichita Falls and immediate vicin- ity were visited by a hard wind and rainstorm Saturday night, which did considerable damage. In a wreck of an extra freight train two miles east of Bonita, near Nocona Tuesday on the Missouri Kansas ami Texas, eleven .cars were derailed and badly crushed. Hundreds of men in Alpine hav. been fighting fires in the cedar brakes of the I'ecos draws for sev- eral days. The fire swept thousands of acres of ranges bare. The Railroad Commission at Aus- tin Tuesday, will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 May 1909

' 9HKI 'v'" ■ '!JH ■ 4 /!ik ZllA MIDDlXtON co*rmcnr iter grjo ufP*f*rorr ca njrUSTRATED BY HAT WAITERS SYNOPSIS. Three Rirla — Elizabeth. Gabriello and Kllae-started for Canada to spend the Bummrr there. On board steamer they were frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger, who, finding a bag belonging to ono of them, took enjoyment In scru- tinizing a photo of the trio. Hllse shared her stateroom with a Mrs. Graham, also bound for Canada. Tho young women on a sightseeing tour met Mrs. Graham, anxiously awaiting her husband, who had a mania for sailing. They wer« intro- duced to Lord Wilfrid and Lady Edith. A cottage by the ocean was rented b tho trio for the summer. Elizabet , —X learned that a friend of hoi* father's was to call. Tivo men called, one of them oelnc the uueor-actlng slranger on the eteamer. The Klrls were "not at homo," «ut discovered by the cards left that one of tho men was Elisabeth's father's friend. The men proved to bo John C. Blake and Gordon Bennett. A ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 May 1909

* \ f ■ A*, mm I n '■ i I p m . ;i j • ! 11 1 rag 'fii mmswr an f.i- Mw0*m m* f > ;j Si" '6 Mr .■v\rA<w> Th€5 Nouse of the Hour! (kre Always on the Move, and Something Doing! 3! If You Ask any one whtrc lo find the most up'lo pate J stock of poodi: !h town, and the place to buy % \ Dainty Dress Materials ; < * Waisting, Embroideries, Laces, Hosier'/, Collars, Celts, Notions, etc, they will tell you lo go io l _ n .. _ 1 an ton Brothers If You Ask Where to buy the Hest Shoes for the Least; Money—Stylish, Comportablc and Durable Shoes—they'll tell you Star Brand Shoes Are Better and not delay buying, a'd the place to get them is at Blanton Brothers l—QCuGS ^ou ^es'rc *° lcnjw where where to buy that Stylish Hat, ask your l«?d/ friend, and she will tell you that Hats constructed with the maxi' mum amount of Hand Tailoring, Snappy and Distinctive Styles for the particular lady, srr.art models marked by artistic tsstc, and the very best values for your money, can always be fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 May 1909

iSR# < I At the Same Old Stand! 1 a Ready to serves my many customers with the best to be had in 51- - « . S: r*- J Staple and Fancv Groceries | s f , w- S« Of all kinds. Have just received ««r! t > her sister, Mrs. Starling.of New Waverly. The Sunday school picnic was well attended. Rev. Gaul delivered an interesting ad- dress. Miss Myrtle Cole lias turned from Commerce. Mrs. West is visiting daughter, Mrs. S. 1 County Treasurer's Quarter!/ Report. :s waajr/zr n I jU L5 Fresh Bacon, Hams, Lard | j by the Ladies Aid Society on In t'.e Commissioners Court, Cherokee County, Texas, May Term, 11)09. I'1 l'1L' Matter of the Quarterly Report of O. C. Looiuy Treasurer of Cherokee County, Texas, and the Affidavit.1; of the Commissioners of said County. We, the Undersigned, Commissioners of Cherokee Coun- ty, Texas *'■ d R. L. Robinson, County Judge of said Cher Spark- okee Comity, constituting the Commissioners Court of said man. I County, and each one of us, do hereby certify, upon o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 May 1909

* I [ 1 .«Si % h \ #? PRESIDENT TAFT ATTENDS CHARLOTTE CELEBRATION Three Days' Carnival in the North Carolina City Marks the Anniversary of the Famous Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. Charlotte, N. C.—With three days of military drills, bund concerts, speeches, athletic contests and other kinds ot entertainment, the one hun- dred and thirty-fourth anniversary of the Mecklenburg declaration has been 'celebrated, and all North Carolina is happy in the knowledge that its pet legend has been recognized by the president of the United States; for Mr. Taft gave the occasion the official sanction of his presence and was the chief feature of the celebration. The carnival began Tuesday noon when the Charlotte lire companies gave an exhibition of their skill and speed. At three o'clock there was a drill by a body of United States cav- alry and a Wand concert at the fair grounds, followed by a league ball game. The evening was given up to a drill by the Charlotte drum corps and a concer...

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