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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 July 1909

for um&m It Co*r*K*r I pc 7 tr ro njlUSTRATZD BY JUT WALTERS ST^ZllA MWDIXrON TYBOUf V 6YNOP8I8. Three girls — Elizabeth, Oabrlelle and JBllao—started for Canada to spend the auvnmer there. On board steamer they were frightened by an apparently dement- ed vtranfeer, who, llndlng a bag belonging to one of them, took enjoyment In scru- tinising u photo of the trio. The young women met a Mrs. Graham, anxiously Awaiting her husband, who had a mania for sailing. They were introduced to ILord Wilfrid and Lady Kdith. A cottage by the ocean was rented. Two men . palled. They proved to be John C. Blake and Gordon Bennett, one a friend of Elisabeth's father. A wisp of yellow hair from Mr. Graham's pocket fell Into the hands of Ellse. Mrs. Graham's hair was black. Fearing for the safety of some gemSi, Lady Edith left them in a •afe at the cottage. Mr. Gordon Bennett was properly Introduced, explained his actions on board ship. Ellse, alone, ex- plored the cellar, overhearing a conver- sati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 July 1909

ST 3SB BMRSRgS j *• t i ? 5r> ,*• m '7* * "Ml ftood Bye Sale to All Summer Goods! I y,r: . ...i .. i.h..l mil ml *rt-v,rt" ''' *> fWT; bo 5w J*4* rs Fh; story in a nut shell. This store never stands still, never takes a vacation**Enterprise, Energy, Econ- j i W, coupled with advanced ideas, conscientiousness in details, and studying your every comfort, make quick 2; here i* Instead having a September Clearance Sale, we put September Prices on now, while Summer *5 OfV H5 ' if :5 selling _ w :S Goods are selling:—when there are yet ahead two or three months of serviced In the list below you will find in- *' >j ^ ------- - ■ "Ki s teresting quotations on needed things—interesting in two ways: Good quality for less than you usually pa/ 6 "4 c — 8 c l£ All 12' >c Lawns and Batistes and Wash Goods reduced to * 10 c All i'S and 17'je Lawns and Batistes and Wash Goods reduced to 1 2'aC All 71 and ?c Liwns reduced to ■* All JO.; Lawns and Batistes reduced to £ -E > K> ''W i...

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

|:VRji nanra ;- ,,w.: -/ * DON'T BORROW MONE Y, IF YOU MUST, COME AND SEE US BUT Don't Carry Large Sums of Money Bnt if you must, do so only until you can see us We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service <[| Give par- ticular attention to the business of farmers Invite new ac- counts and new business upon our own merits for strength and superior facilities. A strong bank can afford liberal treatment to its patrons Our past policy and ample resources are our guarantee for the future WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS The Continental State Bank of Alto, Tex O, ROUINSAVIUUB, Cushlcr Local Happenings j Alfalfa hay in stock at Ag- news's. Geoiye Crouch was up from Lufkin Tuesday. All kinds of breakfast foods at Allen Bro's. }. M. Burnett is in Dallas this week on business. Cream! Cream—pure cream —at Guinn & Coals'. Pure leaf lard and Swift's premium hams at Allen Bro's. Shot gun shells of all makes and sizes in stock at Agnew's. J. B. Womack and little son, of Weehes, were trading ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 July 1909

E k ' Fowfli Obstacle AND HOW INDEPENDENCE WAS DECLARED . N MY young days," said tirandaunt Mary, "girls didn't want to go in with ilio boys to piny games." 0 rand n tint Mary shook her hoad mid rocked peacefully, look I(ik over her spectacles at Grandniece Mary, who was doubled up in a discontented heap in « corner of the rose-scented veranda. "It isn't the games," walled Mary, •disconsolately, "it's a race -a Fourth of July race that 1 want to go in." "Dear, dear child, you'll get yourself nil heated up If you flounce about like that, and so you would In a race. We'll afu> and see the boys, and you can wear your pretty new white dress," coin- jnented Clrandaunt Mary, calmly, with bio iuea of further rebellion which soe was arousiig In liez ^reatniece's breast. "I don't want to be dressed up," Mary was beginning In a still greater outburst of revolt, when she was In terrupted by a now arrival—a thin ;lrl with bright blue eyes and bright red hair, who dushed around the cor «i«r o...

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

X..,- Ji-M ifK: SHIP BACK AFTER PERILOUS VOYAGE tOMET RETURNS TO BROOKLYN WITH TALES OF 8HIPWRECK AND WILD JUNGLES. HARD AND FAST ON ROCKS While Part of Crew Sought Help on Land Remainder Stayed Till Res- cued Vesuel li Finally Floated. New York.—Cloning a three roars' voyage, which threatened to end with leaving the fillip Comet's bones to hleach on the rooks of Hanka Island, Capt. Davis berthed his vessel In South Brooklyn and Is discharging the miscellaneous cargo of Chinese goods stowed beneath her hatches. The Comet left Philadelphia In July, 1905, for Kobe, Jajmn, with a cargo of case oil. After several trips back and forth between Kobe and San Fran- cisco the ship loaded at Singapore for New York and sailed Just before Christmas. Everything went well until Dec. 26, when squally weather was encoun- tered. For two days the ship pound- ed along through a lumpy sea, and she was llnally stranded hard and fast on the rocks. After an examination of the vessel and ascertaining the sh...

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

Vi;<r> _ £>, . ** * I' « C 13 A if' 3 a) W t I) iv <> t< s ri « v< ti. y< u ra in re Tl fo «l rlo 4.h «p *v< fiC ce <h thi 1)0 <'()! WO J)!ll *?lr 6P( trie f UK let IliO Cai grl« ltd «ftHt rac aga IKK1 Kir) sno) D mid wll< a d> floir you my and «irl « # "«b "I flun Joyo «Jl) 1 A Horrible Tragedy. Bound, gaged, the maiden was thrust in a gunny sack and unable to move or scream felt herself carried up a flight of stairs from the dungeon, and down the street at a rapid i*ate. Ineffectually she struggled to release herself from the gag, but alas, she was bound too securely. Finally the conveyance stopped. She was' again car- ried into a building, and faint- ing and gasping for breath the sack was taken from her head. The villain still mask- ed took the gag from her mouth, his eyes gleaming like coals of fire and through his tightly clenched teeth he hiss ed, "there my pretty bird, scream and yell as long as you like, no human car can reach you. You...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 July 1909

|BH MM .. / ■ • - ■ £**/ ■Mn. Ctbc HI to IHcrald Ciilrrrd JOCUJIKVK.S, I'.mi, nl Ihc Alto, TexoI'ostoffkv. nsfc .M'H iimMoltrtotlcrActorConurcs* Marchs. IS7< ♦ Volume IX alto, Texas, Friday, july 9 1909 Number 31 'the home bank" THE ALTO STATE RANK capital sio.ooo.i" You Can't Save a Fortune iri One Month! Nor io cmi year for that matter, but fortunes and substantial bank 'accounts do not start until you start them. c It's the STARTER and the STICKER that gels there these days. Just start a bank account with us and STICK TO THE HABIT. .. , t « > We Do Everything We Can to Make Our Customers' Re lations wiih Us Absolutely Pleasant. II II Tkrryninn, President M C l'arri>h, Cashici M H McClure) vke Pres>s 2s II Agitew ) ALWAYS FRESH Hay, Bran, Chops, feed stuffs bestflour" in town ' "'is ':'v * t?Cfy-SdW Gua.unte tlr Or Yotir Money L,&k K H. AGNEW i $100 To Cotton Growers. The First Annual Cotton Carnival will be held in Gal- veston during the first week in August. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 July 1909

\ i r K d t e w n C' (I I)' <:i w J'! Rl Vi «l >n In til C< tii WS ra "g tic Kt tm Mil Wl a i fiO yo inj on - w « fin Joj *JP C *f Mn It (101 ma I>rl: pro riil i cu I Of Di Ju ar ft<J THE ALTO HERALD I T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, EX AH SUMMARY OF THE WEEK jtho itajitifit. Young People's union of * RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. TEXAS NEWS HEMS On account of unprecedented rains bo train lias entered or left Mon- terey, Mex., since Thursday after- uoon. About 300 of the TOO State hanks of Kansas have qualified to partici- pate in the hank guaranty law, which became effective. The temperature registered 103 degrees in tliu shade at 1 lenison at S:.'i0 Monday afternoon, being the hottest day of the year. Not a wheel turned on the lteau- jnont Tract inn Company's line Sun- day as a result of an agreement on the part of the local union, to go on Kt ri ke. In tlic riea-ant Orovecommunity. live mill's wr.-l of Thornton, the 10- year-old daughter o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 July 1909

^I \ / O O / £ I "There Is Some One in Here, I Know It." i-i r< BY^tLLA MDDIJ&rONj TYRQVT sfe -1 cottMKfir nor or * o itmncorr C9 jirivsrnAnsD BY RAY WALTERS SYNOPSIS. Thrro fflrl* — ISllznbetn, GubrlHIr nn«l Kli." k start oil for CanHda to Kpenii tin* wurnmer thore. On board steamer they w 'r«i frightened by an apparently dement- ed Ptrantfer, who, thuUnu h ba^ belonging to one of tnem. took enjoyment In 8cru- tlnlilnfc a photo of the trio. The young women met a Mr ft. Graham, anxiously awnllitiK her hmiband. who had a mania for Balling. They wore Introduced t< T>ord Wilfrid and I^ady Edith. A cottage by the on an wa« rented. Two men '•ailed. They proved to be John <V Blake nnd Gordon Dennett, one a friend ■of Elisabeth'** father. A wisp of yellow hair from Mr. Graham'n pocket fell Into the Imii'J.s of Ell.se. Mm. Oraham'H hair wan black. Fearing for the nafety of *omc gems, hady Kdlth left them In a aafe at the cottage. Mr. Gordon Bennett was properly Introduced, e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 July 1909

1 r « t n V e c c tl <*. V }> K V «1 n: ti l« in C fei ti. w ru nf bt tn HE Wl a BO yo m; an fiu Joj up < *r W a (t I1C1 ma jirl #>rc- Oil) o o( I> JU ai nd T', The the coil that TOPS moo A U turn IGood Bye Sale to All Summer Goods! j : The storv in a nut shell. This store never stands still, never takes a vacation.-* hi lterprise, tnergy,|Econ- |j " " coupled with advanced ideas, conscientiousness in details, and studying your every comfort, make quick selline here"-- Instead having a September _ Clearance Sale, we _ putf September P^s^now,_wh,k Summer g 3 omy, cou *2? m Goods are" selling—when ther'e are yet ahead two or three months of service,* In the list below you will find in- | - < 1 .1..... —4.:— 4...^ Good quality for less than you usually pa/ teiesting quotations on needed things—interesting in two ways: > M m I fij ,;jn > All 7'and fie Lawns reduced to All 10c Lawns and Batistes rcduccd to - - All 121 _• c Lawns and Batistes and Wash Goods rcduccd...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 July 1909

ra" «v*1 ■ ■ ? J) Vi'. 5/■ ■■■ ">"f1 • iff:-iiJg ■■ -••n "("WiTi f <*? . ira 21 y f don't ray; but| IF YOU MUST, COME AND SEE US Don't Carry Large Surns of Money Bnt if you must, do so only until you can see us We combine absolute safety with satisia:tpry service -f Give par- ticular attention to the business of farmers Invite new ac- counts and new business upou our own merits for strength and superior facilities. A strong bank can afford liberal treatment to its patrons Our past policy and ample resources are our guarantee for the future Mrs, Etta S, Harrison. After an illness of several weeks with typhoid fever, Mrs. EttaS. Harrison, belov- ed wife of Mr. Frank 13. Har- rison, passed into the shadows WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS The Continental State Bank of Alto, Tex O, l«)U!NSAVILLLJ, Cc.sltlci- Local Happenings New arrivals in val laces at J. Friedman 6c Gj's, For quick delivery call up Allen Bro's. Both phones. When yon need fresh med- icines go to Gtiinii 6c Coats'. Mrs. R. F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 July 1909

* w Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America mi Edited and Contributed by W .S. MORGAN. Springfield, Missouri. FRIENDS OF FARMERS' UNION of Every Loyal Citizen States Should Assist courage the Farmer. the and United En- Kv.-ry merchant, every bunker, ,.Vc'ry man engaged in legitimate busi- ness, and «'v<professional man warm friends of the iikI assist In carrying When there is a y wet season prevails throughout the agricultural districts, all classes ui business and profession- al in. 11 view tlif situation with alarm, I ought to In Fanners' union I out its object I drought or a v< lly false reports and every known to speculators the crops ar <•11 red from the fanners, held until a Hcarcity Is produced on the inarliet, then prices run up skyward, regardless tif the cost and suffering to the peo- ple. How long will the people stand It'.' The history of the downfall of na- tions shows that the extortions oi i lie few which have been granted spe rial privileges h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 July 1909

f SjnQKT n CASUALTIES OF JULY 4 MARKED DECREASE SHOWN IN PARTIAL LIST OF THOSE KILLED AND HURT. DEAD 46; SERIOUSLY HURT 894 A JOB FOR TWO. "Firecracker Ardor" In Some Citiee Drenched by Rain. Fire Lois Is Light. Chicago, III., July <5.—Fourth of July casualties last five years: Dead. Injured. 1908 163 5,460 3907 '164 4.U49 J 906 158 5,308 1905 18« 4.994 3904 is:: 3,986 J 903 1S2 ,98ii Fi<.'*es for three days (1!>0!>): Killed •!(>, injured (serious) H81, liru loss $812,151). Toy pistols lead in deadly weapons, cannon crackers second, while exploding cannons caused an unusual number of deaths and injuries from this cause. Chicago: With three days' cele- bration of the Nation's birthday this year, the remarkable fact stands out boldly that the annual carnage has been decreased to a great degree. Ad- vices from all points up to midnight show that in all the large cities new- rules and their strict enforcement have checked the customary slaugh- ter of children. In New York...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 July 1909

H ~ 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 a (jrouii'icn1 physician's office the other i! nv. The doctor stepped to liis medicine case, took down a couple of bottles, mixed a preparation which he handed to tlie | patient with the customary advice to j'shake well and follow directions,' and I resumed his scat. [ "Such eases are frequent," replied the loctor in answer to a question. "The warm days and damp, chilly nights are certain malaria breeders and tire most serior.s in those who have neglected to keep their stomach, liver and bowels in good condition Such persons are full |6f the impurities on which the- malarial germ thrives, and it is from this class that typhoid fever, pneumonia, Briglit's Direasc, small pox and yellow fever claim most of their victims whenever these dis- eases are prevalent. The pioper way to guard against th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 July 1909

/ V J li, Cbc HUo Herald ttnlorrd j(muoiv,_5. 1901.01 the Alio, Texfl Pastofflce 0 Se<on(H:uKsri#IIPIallcr ActofCuiiores.v Clorchj. i*7<) ❖ Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 16. 1909. number • 2 THE HOME BANK' TNE ALTO STATE RANK "l . .. U CAPITAL SlO.OOO.urf * IT'S NOT WHAT YOU MAKE But what you SAVE that counts these days. . Lots of people make money, but it's those W who have cultivated the systematic habit of * saving their money that can tell you what it means to save, — We Are Getting New Accounts Every Day! BUT WE WANT YOURS too II II Berfyniiin, President M C Parrish, Cashier MKMcClureK^pr^ N II Agnew ) We Are Never Too Busy to be Courteous . # When to Advertise, There is nothing 011 earth so mysteriously funny as an advertisement. The prime, Hirst and last, and all-the-time objects of advertisement is to draw customers It is not and never will be, designed for any other purpose. So the mer- chant waits till the season comes and his store is so full of customers that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 July 1909

kijib. 3: _* 1 " ^ ^ • * I _ 1! ^ • A - - ^ M A A A /I ZN I ; I stirring va m r 1 At Prices Beyond a Question of Doubt Lower |Than Can Be Found Elsewhere % Wc arc determined to close out our entire stock of Summer Merchandise for two reasons-to give vou the benefit of the wear, and to make room for j* 35 Fall Goods soon to begin arriving. Now is the opportune time to save money on the remainder of your Summer purchases. Exceptional values in ^ | All Summer Dress Materials, Dainty Waistjngs, Linens, Suitings | Silks, Etc., Snmmer Underwear, Dainty Hosiery, Neckwear, Parasols, Belts, i COMBS. FANS, HANDKERCHIEFS, AND NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES TO SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS FOR HOT WEATHER MONTHS ^2 | Just received, the swellcst line of LADIES' BELTS, FANCY HAND BAGS, BACK COMBR, BARETTES, rj* gM 0 W ITI VQ I S HAIR ORNAMEETS, Etc., that will be shown in the town for the coming season. Do not fail to see this line ^ pS quick, and supply your wants with the Newest of the New before they arc picked ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 July 1909

•«. 'a \ \/ A HOT TIME. ■ You are familiar with the "Sweet refrain,, are you not? You know also that the weather is not, do you not? But do 'you know that THE OLD RELIABLE Is hotter after your banking business—than all out of door —than all the rag time "hot times" ever composed or writ' ten—than all the burning, scathing chunks of red hot Sappho that ought not to have been composed or written That it offers conservative, experienced management of your business of whatever nature intrusted, and as security, its ample capital and surplus The Continental State Bank of Alto, Tex a. ROUNSAVILUJ, Ccflhlur Local Happenings in Alto sugar cured this week at Mr/Atterberry of Rusk was down Monday. Alfalfa hay, bran and chops now in stock at Agnew's. One thousand matches for 5 cents at the Racket Store. C. P. Murphy and family are visiting in San Augus- tine. Ray Thomas of Lufkin spent several days this week. Fresh lot of hams received Agnew's. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. 1. J. Simpson is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 July 1909

Farmers* Educational and Co-Operative Union of America LET Lililcd nnd Contributed bf \V .3. MORGAN. Sprinnfiohl. Miucvri. Whatever promotes tin' Interests of the fannor helps nil trados and pro- two-Ions. Now In the Umo to begin to Ihlnlt about tlio selling end of your farm litihinosB. What to grow, how to grow It, and liow to sell II uro throo things which the farmer should study If ho desires to miecocd. Hon't go to your merchant for ad- vice us lo tho best way to sell your cotton. rut that matter In this hands of your union. Try a big bunch of farmers In the legislature. If they don't do better than the lawyers have done, turn (hum out and try another bunch. The man who deals In futures does not produce anything, nor does he udd lo the value of Uiat which Is pro- <liieed. lie Is ulrnply a parasite on so- ciety, exacting toll from both the pro- ducer and the consumer. Hi nee tho farmer raises all the feed and clothing lor tho world lie Is a very Important factor in society, bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 July 1909

PUP IS WARS OF CUSS HEN ST. LOUIS FOWL ADOPTS YOUNG SCOTCH COLLIE AND IS REAR- ING IT AS HER OWN. Repels All Advance* of Visiting Anl< mal and Jealously Guard* Dog, Who Sleep* Under Protect- ing Wing* at Night. m She Sklrmlshe* for a Bug or • Worm. believes that the maternal instinct having been denied Ita usual course has prompted the hen to adopt the PUP. The pup is a Scotch collie, hardly as big as a man's double flat Its wealth of white and black lialr when It curls in a comer of its box gives it some- what the appearance of a chicken. In tho three weeks that the hen lias been bestowing her maternal attention on the pup In her attempt to bring him to healthy, happy doghood, she has thrlco saved him from the attacks of un envious cat and two dogs. A strange cat which Bpat venomous- ly at the ben's ward was chased Into the street A dog belonging to Mrs. H. Graff strayed into Dentler's yard and tried to scrape acquaintance with his little brother. He was put to flight by vicious...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 July 1909

i 4 0 WHEN YOl FEEL BAD If you are bilious, languid, constipated, suffer from indigestion, Sour belching, bloated feeling, bad breath, headache, wind in the bowels, dizziness, you need PRICKLY ASH TERS The Great System Cleanser and Regulator. A few doses will open and purify the bowels, tone up the stomach, stimulate the kidneys and liver and impart a feeling of strength and vigor. It transforms a tired, nervous, halfsick man or woman into one of bright, niddy good health, energy and cheerfulness. Oct the Genuine with the I'lgur# "3" In Kod on Trent IjiIh . Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. Marn&ou <v ion, bpecial Ag'ts II There Were no Women. 11 there were 110 women, nu n would have no object in life; their mustaches would cease lo interest them; they would not care a Chinaman whether their collars were ironed or not, they would have nobody to nurse them when they had the tooth ache, or to keep 1 hem from believing they were going to die when an old fashion stomach ...

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