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

Escapad SEND B A POST flAKlTAI. ROMANCE BT CYRUS TO /LLU677PAT/OMS BY PAY WALTEQ6 ^COPYRIGHT, /90Q AY WO OrtAMAfit) SYNOPSIS. ! The KHcnpRtle open*, not In the ro- ghuticc preceding trie marring* of Kllen Blocum, a I'urltnn rnlflM, uml Lord Car- fln#ion of ICnkrlu!u], but In their life aflor fcettllntf In lCngland. The Hcene i* placed. Jkunt following the revolution. In Carrlng- Bon ca«tlo In England. The Carrlngtonu, lafHr u house puny. engaged a family ftllt, canned l y Jualouny. Lady CarrinK- Ston agreed to rut cards with Lord Strath- jrate, wlioBtt attentions to Kllen hud be- roriui a sore point with Carrington. The lone of S 100,000 failed to perturb her, and ner hunbund then cut for his wife's I. O. Mil. and hI3 honor, Carrington winning. (Additional attentions <>i Lord Carrington jto I^udy Cecily and Lord Strathgate to jLady Carrington compelled the latter B to vow that she would leave the castle, {preparing to line. Lady Carrington and Uter chum Deborah, an American gi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 8 October 1909

'T'Wtf&r i.%*«. *>m vsa j \ f v arm Products For Sale. 111 offering for sale at my 5 miles east of Alto, the dug articles: o hundred bushels of' more or less. < tons cf Bermuda hay. :e team (2 ) of i-year-old ,, s, broke to harness. MALARIAL DISEASES. World to publish the nevs i npartially in order that it How to Avoid Them and the Se- iav *>e an accurate reporter of ' rjr, rc:-;pnMenceSOf Neg- what has happened. It tells I the truth, irrespective of party, land for that reason it has "ri-; up ••vfhinR to knock the achieved a position with the .( 1 remarked « sallow- . r 1 iuiiu, entering a public unique among papers ie good brood mare, about , bvnicU office the other |0f its class. trs old. I d0Ct0f rtepred t0 Ui, medicineI The subscription season is wo 2-horse wagons. ! took d.vn a '«i>ie of bottles, mixed now at hand and this is the best offer that will be made to you. If you want the news as it ie nearly new top bug:: \V .1 |iti|>ar,itio'i V.lii. ;> lit han...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 October 1909

(The Werak! Volume IX CnUvrflJannarv^g, looi.aillw. Allo.TexnPoslofflce os.v wlOuvOnllNulti-rArtofConiirrs* irnrchJ. U70 ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, r9o9. ■ -4 Numbek 4; 'the home bank'' |l IE ALTO STATE RANK CAPITAL $IO,OOO.110 The Good Bank The Bank that is accommodating The safc Dank to business with The Bank that wants your business II II Borrvman, President M C Parrish, Cashier M E McC litre N II AgueW Vice Pres's Help Your Local Paper Get The News. Every newspaper wants to publish the news. The better the paper the more prosperous it will be. Local news items Are especially hard to run down. How many times have you been approached by the newspaper man for an item of news and told him that you knew nothing of interest. Probably at the time your family were away on a visit of j some one from out of town was visiting at your home. Of course, you did not mean, f> deceive the scribe, yet when ; you received your paper you wondered why your family or friend.', were not menti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 22 October 1909

IB *.-• - uMpyes*: . ■' - • ' ; •' -. '^.;.; w-'.' ?~*9£f5*y. , M,|8*8|**>lg £ & <:■ f V 4 | ..I \ THE ALTO HERALD f " B T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. err. Al/l'O, TUX AS TEXAS "JEWS ITEMS N Mayor V /. ti-riug liib lionn in Saturday uj^lit. wa (if tilt' llt'Utl uixl 11 an unknown pi r The contract I llii! Tyler <i;i building* Inn- l W ||| COIIIIIICIICI' ilM rial can lie gotten I (alias < oiiiit \ ■ for taxes lor -tat oosch for ill' year (i;iii. ami tlmf i* > on tlie rolls tliat to Austin. Figure- com|>iI the Slate linn! < '< an increase 01 in positti in <Ikluliouia al banks of |>cr a year. In a shooting allra\ Weil nesila \ inorniug killed In* t;itlici-in-law wbern. w liile cn- Ncw jiorl, N. ' •, shot 111 the back tanth killed by lie building of mpuuv's brick let and work soon as the mate- on the ground, total assessment and county pur* I!U0 m $|0'.\SIM.- 11 at will be shown nill be forwarded eil W'pdnrodiiv by iimnissioner shows dividual bank de- tail...

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

i ■ nimg ■ V, 1 Escapad A POST MARITAL ROMANCE rR BY CYRUS TOWIVSE /L L U<5 TffA T/ON6 PAY WALTER6 'COPYRIGHT. /90B &Y W Q_OHA£>MAM) SYNOPSIS. The Ear a parte opens, not In the ro- mance proredlnjc the marriage of Kllen m®cum, ft Puritan mlsN, nn<l f*oril <! ir- t turton of hJn^lmul, but in their lifo jitter wottJlnfr in lCtiKinnd. The scene ia placed, ju«t followlriK tho revolution, in CarrinK- ron caMltt iu Kn#l.tnd. The CarrlntftotiM. nfter a Ihuihp party, engaged in a family tilt, caused by jealuUHy. Lady ('nriinit- ton n£r« < «l to rut cards with I-«>r«I Strnth- KUte, whose attentions In KINn hud be- come a sore point with Carrington. The «>kh of $100,(KM) failed to p<iturb her, and h«r huHhand then cut for his wife's I (J. U. and 1 Ih honor. Onrtingion winning. Additional attentions of I.ord Carrington 10 I,ady Cecily and Lord Htrathgate to I-Adjr Carrington cftrnju-lied the latter !n vow that she would have the castle. J'reparing to flee, Lady Carr...

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

. ■iwaiwi—" f V S < B! ! ) tvjktsc.ii-'- iwi 3B115 K'C h' C B fc t ;i t tf G f ■* " i' K £ *1* * 8 * c 5 ** nil «vriWWW WWWWWWMWW'kg n A fc* M %a ' *• 1 s< ' * J*s Waiting on the many satisfied customers who daily throng our store to write an ad for this week's Herald. Our business this season has been better than our most sanguine anticipations, for which we thank a most generous public. We are daily receiving new lines in 5: IV I (r-J* 3s Fine Dress Goods, Etc ' b< . V * *i ' fc® £r .ta ftp ! «r 1 ra *:w And extend a most cordial invitation to call and inspect them. It to expatiate on the beauty and sterling | quality of our goods. The people know us, and know we carry the best to be had in the market fc - YOURS FOR BETTER BUSINESS- E '♦A I' T1 /ro ItHJiAIJ) IE & M ' 'I.O rua1 CLURE • MESS •criptlcn rates c i C? J . All 50 I of ti< laj w i 1 } tro sti cd b< liq be lli CO I a i bu Jll( t'lC COl ui - tin. Vu am to ; 111 u 1:11. wii cli;. liqi he . til; 1 plimis ar...

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

SBMSfc _ . . ^ — vwre? ™*r*rr -:'f ■'• .-—• r'.* "■ l~ .'i* * r" 'r-,'P- / r 7 r. ^ r. \\ "r • r - ' r *r~' -I '-J,* - -■' r. ' r- T^/ir ' r r".-i • V.i ' a % IT wl' *5^3 Is &5 Of Your Opportunity? y*y •T- W.c' ^'" v i wV t. \X SJ «•" ...... ..'«j If not, it is time to consider our great bargains in Dry Goods, .sj* fcg Shoes, Hats, Notions, etc. c& k .V ■& 4 *V ^ We are offering exceptional chances to get good clothes for f s Little Money. ...... ^ dt di ts< p Look at our Prices on Gents' Shoes: vc-: i sbe ©s ^ J " < * J— •% Jv\ ■ $5,00 Shoes at S4.30 Shoes at $4,00 Sh^es at $3.00 Shoes at $2.00 Shoes at $4 00 3 75 3 35 2 25 I. 35 rjtmravamrti in Ladies' Shoes we offer $350 Shoes at $3 00 $3.00 Shoes at ... 2 50 $2,50 Shoes at - 2 00 $2,00 Shoes at i 50 f;i.r 0 Shoes at......... . I CO rv.v k\.V 4 '.\ r*X hX U .< '>7* " . , V«. <j' * W ' « lV:± 6 .V ,m * x: W '« -f -:1.; «.'.v T- 'r.R 3 Se Your Opportunity—Seize It is a young man of cxi....;, .._ Ii.il •it...

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

m ■ I ft DENIZi ALL CLAIM PEARY OUTSPOKEN IN REGARD TO COOK'S JOURNEY Naval Officer Insists That the Doctor Did Not and Could Not Reach the North Pole, as He Says He Did. re.t ■till. Yuri fKnt* in lilt' fu tlir at wh. New statement of Peary, whleb JPeary Arctic content i < nt Hi rfar h t h h ni public fur i'ii tnent ) Fuju y I I nn tn A i of r'onifi esp. i.i tli iv.tn ArctU < l"b> ii> 1,1 tarnrlaii> il i 'out;' ens. I) (.' i )rt 12 The following 'ommaniler Robert I*. In' submitted to tin' lull III nii|i|iort of his thai I i Cook <llil not north pole, Is now made 'io fir-1 time. The Htat been copyrighted by the How many dog* 1 Do uot remember thing over twenty How many sled, when they tot I" Two Hid thi'T h:ive nil their bii il>; land? Ant Yes; about all they were able i" 'a from the cm lie From lu re Hi along the northw I,and to a point (Sverdrup's < 'ap from here tin III" Ice, which « w h snow lid they havet An . exactly, but om«- ges did they have : k to la...

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

adm* THIRTY-SEVEN DEAD IN SOUTHERN GALE •CORES INJURED AND PROPERTY LOSS HEAVY AS RESULT OF ELEMENT'S FURY. FIVE STATES ARE HARD HIT The States of Tennessee, Georgia Alabama, Arkansas and South Carolina. Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 16.—With th known death list already showing a total of thirty-seven human lives, and with thirteen others reported dead, and with scores seriously Injured and many others painfully bruised and •carred, and with Uie property dam- age running to a million or more dol- lars, the havoc and destruction record of the storm which swept Middle and West Tennessee, Alabama, (ieorgia and portions of Arkansas and South Carolina late yesterday afternoon und last night grows hourly as reports are received from remote districts and a wire communication Is gradually re- stored to a normal condition. The storm of last night was probably the worst that has visited this section ot the South In years, oeing intense In Its destroying fury, nnd wide in Its urea. Whole sections were ...

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

< t ft • S* •m fl * (l s. tj II r< w o si tn tl C to B fi tl *ai ■t ol tw O to PC In wi tit r* au pt Sr> ■ i fa f ■ ' ... . INDIGESTION The Thrice'A'Week World Is without a rival in its A Disorder that Breeds Dis-|field-the-largest, cheapest me in the Body, and an ]and best •■'-'"W* pi«bi.sl.«l Sister's Composition, '"he boy is not an animal, i lIk-v can be heard at a con- :.i lie distance. When a, lie opens his big( *•■ j • | at the price -.til In: - froKs, but sirls: Easy ^Vay to Cure it. , It hns invariaHy been t!« >f the stomach ami you will i j^reat effort of the I lirice-A- ! tiavc little ik-i.-<i fur the doctor. Week edition of the Now York . . , , • . ir i„, ! When the stomach begiua to siinw h'-'V thinks hiniseli ck\ I ,i„„S( f ,iisordct when the food dijv-st* • uise he can wade where (il0v.iy nn(j With discomfort; you ;e water is deep. When the „i;Vt hwirtlmn <-l i loat«-dmid uu-a i\' 'j rows lip he is called a m are in a condition tliat needs •isband, an...

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

'V- >,<*< entor<r<J January.-3, 1901 ,nt Ilu*. rtltO.TexnI'oslofflco nsSo HfritissNallNciMcr A< Jof Conurcsv riarrhS. trio Vol.t'MK IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOHIvR 29. 1909. Number 48 Love. A "OUR STORE 13 THE R'EEOF'L ET/S STORE." \% The true meaning of love, A H !' the busy S BIG STORE ^ YOU HEAR SO MUCH >A | ABOUT. ^5 SALE B CGI MS % M O N D A Y, yt I NOVEMBER 1 r ^ ra«rawwiM«nanii -.#•.« m 4 rr t p - y P i ■H v P I fl 1P iu L-: .. S. FRIEDMAN & GO'S ■Qfi! THE STORE WHERE YOUR | DOLLARS GOES THE 1 vQL, . FARTHEST. f. according to Webster, is to be pleased with; to regard with x 'affection on account of son e J/kr qui] it is which excite picas- itig sens itioi's, or desire foi ('v gratification. We love a frier.c y - .v... H friend Vr on account of some qualities y Vi\l ;,i\c us pleasure in his SALE fNPC j/* j society. We love a man who ATURDAY, NOV. 1 Jj Vflhas done us a favqr, in which ""IHT"'.'!"'"" ; - . it,iaide outers int.) the SOUR H3EVE8T SI'.E—TH...

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

nw\> WiT.- • I I I « I I f e a u 4 a k ( 1 I t r ■> t * U Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters ^ Espccial Mom y t to the Progressive Agriculturist i uinnufacinror ami t hi> merchant, nuist avail hluiKelf of all those improve* mi'litfi In iiiacliinen and ttiothodB ttiat an foiiml. after careful calculation an to first eont ami 1 maintenance, to produce latter reaulti than the name time ami money would If ex- pended in the old lasliloned way. Yet even after lie lias sown, cared lor and liarv -ted his erops, the form- | rr of to-day le.inlr- a further kriowl- prkes and business e him to reap tlio thought and labor, bookkeeping will to cost of main* edfte of markets, methods to etial full results of hi A simple system o afford informal! The man who hitches his horse to a fine shade tree oiwht to be condemned to hold the liitchliiK strai) in his teeth until lie learns better. It is estimated that 20 per cent, of nil farm machinery sold is rendered usele...

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

1- "& BIBLE NOT ETHICAL Thirteen Chicago University Pro- fessors 0. K. the Statement. Holy Book Is Neither the Comper> dium of Truth Nor Theology, De- clares an Official Editorial In the Biblical World. Chicago—The divinity school of the University of Chicago save the world another startling lilt of advanced the- ology when the 13 editors of the Bibli- cal World put their O. K. on the state- ment that the Hlble Is not a compen- dium of ethics and never was Intend- ed to be. The argument appeared In the form of an editorial In the magazine, ot which Prof. Ernest DeWltt Burton. D. I)., head of the department of New Testament literature and lnterpreta' tlon, 1s the editor-in-chief. The asso elate editors are members of the fac ulty, and their unanimous approval h necessary before an editorial goes t< the printer. Often "two or three col laborate on an article. The editorial makes the argument that the ethical methods of Josub wer« Ideal In that they were elastic and ad Justed...

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

■BMP! &W&PWM i \ i wiAV•-«WrwaVVrf*1!!dWYicV*«i^¥«We dVsWWWWWfc«ecfuint*Vart.'«a*rWswi*Ac-#>.•.• ..;..TiiutwdMsthiivivihiuifa&fa ^n -• i .1 niifc imbrvw^ iii x k xu me *c trir:'- rnzsmmm % Vi a 1 ,* W t i 'E'l ' i. in *.t M H If If uri o •5 . W fiis W< Waiting on the many satisfied customers who daily throng our store to write an ad for this week's Herald. Our business this season has been better than our most sanguine anticipations, for which we ihrnk a most generous public. We are daily receiving new lines in 19. IT 0 11 c *S *>n ry uoocs as Ladies' Fine and Clothing, Shoes, Hats I a _ BT^JL — S; G RP«™ c iH.® ra fo ■terra Li ' i*Og rp.ee $ And extend a most cordial invitation to call and inspect them. It to expatiate on the beauty and sterling*: ■i quality of our goods. The people know us, and know we carry the best to be had in the market 5 YOURS FOR BETTER BUSINESS ; i BLANTON BROTHERS, 'ir 8 bk a a*.i k * BM** * J a: t; < s o 1« a 9a** * Ml a ■ M * MM)W...

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

mmsmm PUT * - ^..j •- v .• ■-"■":> ' ?:;'V''_>v-v'.•-•v\ i; .• • • '••.•.> , • .♦•- • • .. • « *V r* * r " \ • .. v • . . • , V" * • r r;>.w w 4 --V ':kw ♦A w F ' li if ■M\jnO<L( I .'*• , i MMMMnmS* -*#■ ixrvjuimir a \,T^" J A .... ' ~*JMMMllUWv i \7 w P I o 7 1 a; , w -AT 10 A. M. • \ rm-1' i r ryn mmnr n 6 «< >v ^ Will open our GREAT SALE of ui>; ,:sual bargains and mar / : ££! interesting features in all departments. •$ - The Man Who ■taCAMT "SSOM'J?. T!-.-V!:s gf«4V iCfrT rifllff'.r,.'. A. .'T • ■Kiy«i.r>y. y- $T* :w 1 *,,, .- - .V.M y-A •rn.jnuxa^ *'•> 8 hi! Saie Wiii I iJnti! Saturday, Nov. - Are you 111 i n L i n g of Clothes? If yon /' r NOW is the Line I i . into the me- r 3 < [ m .dc-to-measure i ailorin;!. /*9~ i\ yj U M *d3/ f if if'" y't ■<■ <1 a- i'. • n tr * • • • ,*> v 7* . 0.3 naif CI' ^111: U gWe will SAVE YOU P.-'0NI1Y < 0: Men's Clothing, Boy's Ciouiin;*. We ■ •vast o;: having a nice «C. v* line of boy's and men's suit...

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

n ! I ! fis. THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. A LI TEXAS SUMMARY OF THE WEEXl-^z^.^ u | (.-rations, .lolni lioaut, u negro, nged died Thursday at the TEXAS «S ITEMS One of (lie rains (lint sec- tion lias lia<I in over a war has been falling around .Marshall since be- tween and i> oclock '1 ucsdav al- ternoon. Four ini'ii were burned to death and one man fatally burned in a feed uird lire in Wichita, Kans., Alondav. Thirty horses were burn- ed to death. \\<s Flatt, a well known you up fanner, residing in the Clear Lake community, near Mi lunin^. was the victim of a vicious assault and bold liighwav robbery. Thursday night. A movement is on foot to start a fund for the purpose of erecting a handsome new V. M. <A. building iu I'aris, or to remodel the present building and put it in first-class con- dition. The Controller, at Austin, Friday received tux rolls of Jasper County, showing a total valuation of $8,lii.">,- a dcerease of $;i,000 below last year's valua...

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

iiif tm Escapad: A POST MAHITAL ROMANCE BY CYRUS TOWNSEND B IL L UC TM TfOMS BY V ' PAY WALTEQ6 (COPYRIGHT, /9oa a W O OHAP/IA/v) SYNOPSIS. Th Esfnpni1<< opens, not In tho ro- '■miinci pru( cJInif tlie marrlnge of Ellen Slocum, a l'urllan mlKa, an.I I ril Cnr- tidK'ton of Knwlaml. bin In their life after Rottllntc In England. Tim icn« In pliioed, Jimt following Hie revolution. In CurrliiK- ton cant la In England. Tlio CarrlngtotiB. after a Iiouhi- party, engaged In a family tilt, rtitimd by Jealouay. l„ady Currlng- ton ogri-cd to cut cards with l.ord Htrath- Kali". wli"H.. attcntlonn to Ellon had lic- enme a wire point with Carrlngton. The >o«a of IIOD.UW) failed to perturb her, and her hunband then cut for hi* wlfa's I. O. U. and III* honor, Carrlngton winning. Additional attention* of l.ord Carrlngton tn I.ady Cecily and Eord Strathguto to J,ady Carrlngton compelled the latter to vow that who would leave the castle. Preparing to (lee, J.ady Carrlngton and her chum Deborah...

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

jm *7 | ' $ «* ?( 3 T ■ > Notch Doer. f,l ' (il is ■ >nipel : ' «r<! Til I ,i.,.- TV. it-- \\i4 tl 1 IV iv.-l'ti Dr. Kit: \w 1' V HI king 01 1hro.1L aval 1"a I'ei le ii s Kvep . 11 •: h a': f v. 1 kill 1 - .11 1 1 a:rii • V-i . . It ]■(- ,!•; < ;■ ' ra.' Aii'w 1 ■' ' S' .iiii- "h !i rib'.-- am 111! h C( 1 >i ■N . t.' rite . ' * 11 CI' i v i ill • 1 trcn prou lilt,'.'-. . -V The 1 I 'll-Rock of Success lies in a kt-cii 'tor brain, backed I \ indomitable v.i;' attd resist It!-- i, ri'Such power cotin- from ' -mli11 health that 1 . Kind's u i ■ impart. Tiie\ vi t i' ;,;an ami lmild uj j i. )y J A Harmon, \"r' ii's; ' They are , . .tst 1. -,s ' at CANAD1 :or I .minor, do, rn., /in *hoi <T I wile 1;. I'. ir.oil ll ■>n in I! • learn in/' i nen Jo. Hi rial satii I': iirk wild virer of V I-; 11 ill It e ! !' W. ' 11. The Thricc"A"Week World Is without a rival ill its field, and the iui oc.st, chcape: t and best newspapet published it the pricc. It has invariably been th...

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

mm {, Blto 1Herald Cnfe-rrd J<inawvk.s, looi ,at the Alto, Tex# Postof flee oi seoomiciuss Mai1 Mailer Ac I of Conurcvv norms. i 79 Volume IX ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1909. Number 49 THE HOME BANK" The Alto state bank CAPITAL $IO.OOO.00 Farmers' Accounts ARE ESPECIALLY SOLICITED BY THIS BANK Courteous Treatment and Liberal Accom- modation Extentded to All II II Berrymati, President M C Parrish, Cashier M K McClure N ii Agnew Vice Pres's Own What Does it Cost to Raise Cotton? the nation's great money crop A few months ago I passed j the South is paying the prio through the grain district of :()I" illiteracy and incessant d the central North. On either I vitalizing toil. What is her side of the railroad track, as reward? Read it in the linn- far as the eye could reach, jkrry gullies which are eat in, there stretched a panorama of out richness of liei field rare rural beauty. Com mo- Read it in the dilapidate i ill V 1 ill iu dious white houses, big red habitation of man and...

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

. ."IT" I the alto herald I T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, - TJiXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS flstiiiiiih - of tin' gold output from (he Nome, Alasku. district for the ec.iMin placed at $1,1'JOjOOU. Paul Knehlek, a young fanner roitling n< ;ir I ay lor, Icll from Ins wicnu Suiiiluv about midnight while on hi- wa\ ho111<■, and hroke his neck. The sixt\ -lir^l session of the Hap- I 'olivelltion J (alias Thurs ic for five being mad uf Texas ay. Nov. lays, to have 11si (iciieral will meet in II. and An effort ill- +'.111.1100 , ; Angclo for il transferred t> for a ]i;ickiiiij A liie ut'f111 Tuesday im jnj,' one hri< building an ing with other property valued at if | '.',1100. Indications uf oil on the nehev farm in the Rose munitv n<*ar Terrell, has i mil eh interest that a movi to organize a stoek company velop the supposed oil field. A furious siorm is raging in Beh- jiii'r Sea. The whaler Olga of San SUMMARY OF THE WEEK A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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