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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 March 1908

t- t dimmestiSTK ,)e i Ma - - ^ lit IW a <§ •& i* v& ^ rnlrrrcj Janu:uYij . 1001, ot Iht". fllto, leva i><\slofflcu asS«C0n4QuM "kill 'l.itlcr \. t of <jnirr<L«. "lor, t\ j, ir/n (■ Volume VIII ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, igoS. XfMJtKR % 1 I he One Price Store 1 AND THE ONLY ONE IN ALTO, IS M %That Waco Convention.!? ? r ~ § ; A Few Reasons g It was an uprising of the people, and means the doom | of the machine politician in At (j HULLS. M the sirne to . NO ELL'S {•;, Paine Brothers. Old Stand. fe! C0UntrV has a T no AM ^ gathering of democrats to pro- ™£cat J litest against a senatorial office \u 7 "n W being used to the dishoner of the history of this as there been such a ?S My soccialtics for the present are FLOUR, | CHOPS, ALFALFA HAY, COTTON SEED being a people ^ honor. who awarded the My priccs on these arc the very iowest, and every one. | All Kinds of Bulk Garden Seed in Stock \ The Waco meeting has an- S n . • .1 1 .1 i. • . . « rv <4 5 nounced ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 March 1908

W' m mm Warn i 1 % THE, ALTO HERALD I T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, TUX AS TEXAS NEWS HEMS. IHE PEOPLE LiVE LONGER DEATH RATE IS CONSTANTLY LOWERING. NEGROES SHOW HIGHER RATE Tlic North Texas lSeekeepers As- sociation will meet ut Blossom April 1 and 2. The planting of onions in Collin County for this season is about over, anil the acreage far exceeds that of any previous year. There is general understanding among cotton manufacturers to cur- tall the output to only enough goods to barely cover orders. Mrs. C. B. Kennedy of Laredo, Texas, landed the iirut tarpon of the season ut Aransas I'ass. It meas- ured 5 feet 10 1-2 inches. Fred Myers, conducting a print- ing oil ice in Denison. was found dead in bed Friday morning. He was formerly from Fort Worth. Mrs. Florence K. Russell, aged fifty years, a resident of Dallas, was found dead Friday morning, sitting in the bathroom of her home. It turns out that Senator Bailey has not bought a lot in Washington, but M. Javne, bis secretary...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 March 1908

: &I, // / h PROSPERITY OF TEXAS Her Never-Falling Bank it Her Fruit- ful Soli. Tlie prosperity of Texas, says an unknown writer, is not based upon stocks and bonds, but upon a vaist area of land that is paying sure, div- idends. Texas had little cause to be scared over the money flurry, and righted itself and is moving along as though it had never happened, which it did not to any great extent insofar as Texas is concerned. This is what Texas banks on, and it is far better collateral than pa- per securities; the unsold harvests of 1907: cotton $112,000,000; cot- ton products, $30,000,000; cattle and hogs, $1,000,000,000; corn, $.r 0,000,000; bay, $50,000,000; rive and sugar, $20,000,000; sundries, $38,000,000; total, $500,000,000. Also lumber, petroleum and petrol- eum products, etc., aggregating about $50,000,000. This is the prosperity of Texas today with her resources as yet but partially developed. It is a pros- perity that can not l>o gainsaid, nor be undermined by spec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 March 1908

■ I \ i II . I Jfl 7 J I -I ■ - • ' "••'.•■ Jv 'A r"> ® ,i W~v /tf"> a IS. I _ 4 r f * ^ppei High Elaboration Marks the Dress Thought j Of the pcricd, Ahead of ail competition are the Styles we arc now showing < | Come and See the New Styles! fy > Our New Spring Purchases are Beginning to Arrive ______ _ ^ We have already opened up some of the Daintiest and Most Fetching Wash Fabrics you ever saw, Not a bit high priced, either, We have the very latest in Fabrics and Fashion in all leading colors here for your approval, A careful inspection of the beautiful materials we are showing will help you Sy ^ to place that Handsome Spring Dress — — ——— ^ New Arrivals This Week HOSIERY, NOTIONS, FURNISHING GOODS SHIRTS, TIGS, COLLARS, BELTS, Etc — ju 8""% ^ I. ,Our Spring line of SI AR U S t SB GwOi VOO BRAND SHOES for men, women and children, in ail the Newest Styles and Shapes, It you are not a wearer cf STAR BRAND SHOLS, try a pc ir the next |> you buy, and get comfort and sa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 March 1908

V- r'% A V •A v In these suggestions, in fact in every portion of our Jc Store^This is the month we show Newest Spring 2; _ Merchandise—the month we introduce to you the ___ _ _ Newest Spring Styles—the month we name the | A Breath of Spring s interesting prices as welk^The New, Bright Spring Ideas will give you the greatest pleasure, they are the best gE :2 and foremost^The price will be found along thrifty Iines^It will pay you to come to us with your Spring buying..*6 When you see our line ot DRESS GOODS you are satisfied, and you wish to see no other .♦« ; !Our Laces and embroideries will Catch Your Cyell rS" AND WE GUARANTEE THEY ARE JUST WHAT YOU WANT % HOG If you go around in company with Friedman-Shelby Shoes you will travel far 4 2nd have foot comfort all the way They're made to last and look well all si- time, and they do it.^There are no better Shoes made..??It's /our money and §* ^ your feet to be shod^You can take feet anywhere for Shoes and spend your money for any Sho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 March 1908

HHMHHI V t •• Mrervxm* I §' 1 % GIVE POULTRY II CHANGE Put Some of the Improved Varieties at Head of Flock. It i.s only a remit thing lliat tlifl poultry business 1ms developed into ■a rgeat industry, and the production ■of eggs and chickens recognized throughout the United States as a great and growing business enter- prise, Until recently the great work being done by the American lien has (been underestimated, and not prop- erly appreciated. Farmers and villag- ers everywhere have been raising only a few chickens each, mostly for home consumption, with only the surplus to be disposed of upon the open market, which, however, in the aggregate amounts to hundreds of dollars yearly. The time of the cheap egg and table fowl has passed with the advent of high beef, mut- ton mid pork. There are many reasons why the farmer should acknowledge the im- portance of this great industry and fit rive to get into the procession and keep up with it. The slip-shod method, if it can be called a meth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 March 1908

■ aa .. .fti, GRAYSON COOKE OIL FIELD. A WELL MAN, AT 81. A Strong Company Organized to Ex- Th# Interring Experience of an Old ploit the Field. Sherman, Tex., March 7. — For several months men of wide an<i practical experience in the develop- ment of oil. gas and coal deposits, ns an instance of the faith that is in them that the middle river belt of (Jrayson, Cooke and Fannin Conn- tics is an excellent field, have been quietly and successfully at work se- curing leases on lands. From time to time capitalists from (he North and Knet have vis- ited this section and looked over the field at close range, and their own observations, hacked up by the opin- r ,i i | I riliO. UilU 1 WilJ jons or the export engineers who - . . . . .. .. . . . ii- ii flrsl box made only a slight change, have been in their employ, has re- To.day howevor , nm a wclI man> at j 81, and I owe my life and health to tho j u*e of Doan's Kidney Pills." Sold by all dealers. CO cents a bo*. Settler of Virginia. D...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 13 March 1908

' V ' >' anv f ,11 i III r,4 !'' . & r t \ Wants All To Kii OW~ To Our Delinquent Subscribers Rodina, Qa., September 19. 1006. MESSRS. B, c. Dii WITT & co., Chicago, 111. G«ntiemen:-~Your of Ihn Clh to hand. In reply will ay, most assuredly uao «.y Iettor In any way you see fit (or the benef.t of the suffering. I will answer all correspond- ence as to my own case. 1 recommend KODOL to all I hear grumbling about heir stomachs, and have bought many then lirst bottle! All that Is required is a trial of KODOL.. ft talks for itself. Yours very tiuly, C. N, CORNED- Kodol for Dyspepsia. diger.U what you eat, takes the strain off of the heart, and contrib- utes nourishment, strength and health to every organ of the body. For Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Inflammation of th mu- cous membranes lining the Stomach and Digestive Tract, Nervous Dys- pepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach. CONFORMS TO NATIONAL PU8E FOOD AND DHUG LAW According to a recent ruling by the Postoft'icc Dep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 March 1908

. M. NOELL OFFERS A CAR OF hops, Bran, Meal, Flour ALFALFA HAY, PRAIRIE HAY, In fad, a full line of Feed Stuffs at Lowest Pricesin Alto. OLL'MK \ A11 *.. ) uiwOw* IBMj| V,W ilipSpili HII'I r-r.-' - •«*.* .7 ' • "■ft. Hlto Herald ttiUvnt Janwirvu S, 1901, ol llv. WW Ten poslofflrv, ovS&'.'VMlCKi.vk rinricr Art of iVwmrr.v*- rionliv 1ST* ♦ ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 190S. Nl'MHKK 15 V MY MILLINERV STOCK 1 Will be completed this week. The ladies are cordially invited to call and see my goods before buying. AT PA INK BROTHERS OLD STAND \ C. M. INOELL, l\\\W//A//>M AWW/i The One Price HOUSE lUWXW A main object of Senator ^Bailey aud tlie organs and in- fluences behind him is to com- pel the Democrats of Texas to approve at the ballot box all the things for which he stands. There is no special purpose that moves him to contend for a seat in the Den- ver convention save this, and he himself has admitted that \it is wrong for the man al- ready enjoying a high office to "hog" the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 March 1908

■0': & M&- <mmm> THE, ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. EIGHT PEOPLE KILLED ALTO, A SCENE OF AWFUL TERROR AND TEXAS TRAGEDY. TEXAS NEWS ITEMS GIRLS COT OFF FROM ESCAPE Wichita Falls has under advise- ment the building of an opera house to tot about $30,000. \ m\ >i ■ I* ' f "N '"1\ "No, "To-mi A tiro Saturday night damaged the Abilene pa.- plant to tho extent of about f?<•r>'i; insured. Representatives of the packing in- dustries are out in a letter urging farmers to raise more hogs. Contract has been let by the Dal- las Fair Association for a monster steel grandstand to cost $10,000. Truck and fruit growers of the State say the outlook is good. Fruil has bloomed better than ever before, and the prospect for a good crop is favorable. W. L. Mav.«, sixty years old, fell J from a roof in l'aris while engaged in painting it, and broke his right leg near the angle. The roof was about twelve feet high. Col. L. J. Folk left Sherman Sat- urday fo(*Stephenvi!le, w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 March 1908

1 s 1 II II • I- 10 ir IS 1/ THE RHUS UNO IH GROWTH Milestone!! of Texas Progress Are Marked by Bands of Steel. Frequently the Telegram has eallfil attention to the value of good roads, not merely as a convenience, but as an improvement that gruatly increases- property values. The direct connection between good roads and the value of farm lands is shown in a striking manner in bulletin No. 38 of the United States Department of Agriculture. This bulletin the results of an investigation by the offieo of public roads of that department relating to public road mileage, revenues, im- proved"Toads, and expenditures in the United States in the year 1904, and the information contained there- in is of great importance in connec- tion with the movement on behalf of the systematic improvement of the public highways. The returns from various States show that in nearly every case the States ha\ing the highest percentage of improved roads have the largest population per mile of road, thus showing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 March 1908

5k -mWiyaK&& . • v**t>v*' ,t ■ . 4fe v^ t i >i Hi! - . v«f. I life 5T "^-. - * f* " . ..* * B e.«.M«f^ -,.Ci" >W1 4 New Desis in spring 6lo ! Opening Display of the Latest Models In Light Weight Spring Suits. We have received and are ready to show you our NOBBY SPRING SUITS. One thing you can be sure of^the quality is a certainty, and the Styles arc right up'tO'thcMinute. he attractiveness you can see for yourself; the fit is far superior to other Clothes sold in the town. Our priccs are as low, an in many instances less than you pay for the custom made kind sold by others. So far as we can sec, there s nolning left out in this New Spring Stock. Come and take a look. You'll find that we have everything that s ires 1 and stylish in all the New Models, Fabrics and Patterns. Every one handsome and desirable, Prices from $10 to $15 ! ALSO A HANDSOME SHOWING IN SPRING DRESS MATERIALS, LACES, TRIMMINGS, MILLINERY, Etc. THE VERY BEST SPRING TRADE. MODERATE PRICES SELECTED ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 March 1908

A —— A SPRING MILLINERY Discriminating buyers will find in our collection the Latest Creations of Spring Millinery and the most ex- clusive productions of the best makers of America Styles that will appeal to all tastes will be found here, as the variety this season is double that of any pre- vious showing «< at J oft Many Exclusive Creations are to be found at this Store that cannot be found else- where** We have made preparations for the largest business in Dur history, and are confident that the Prices, St/les and vastness ot our stock will bring to us the anticipated results a* aft aft aft aft IN UNTRIMMED HATS AND MATERIALS we are showing tire Very Latest Ideas, Newest Colors in STRAW SHAPES AND BRAIDS Also a complete line of Flowers, Foliage, Wings and Aigrettes of all shades Tis not what a turn says, but rather what he docs that counts ncnv-a-d.'.v* J We know tliut to v,rain the ^o<kI will and the continued patronage i f the , careful dresser, it's up to us to do someth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 March 1908

* ,1 I' ' t I J. k V HOW TO KNOW PURE PAINT. A Way in Which It May Bo Identified Before Using. After a building has been painted long enough for a weather test, It Is easy to tell if the paint used was made of pure White Lead or not. But such fcelated knowledge comes like locking the barn after the colt is stolen. Whut one wants Is a test that will toll the quality of the paint before It and the labor of putting it on art! I>ald for. Nature has provided a way in which genuine White Lead may be positive- ly distinguished from adulterated or fake White Lead before you spend a cent on your painting. Pure White Lead is made from me- tallic lead, and, under intense heat, uuch as is produced by a blow-pipe, pure While Lead will resolveiitself back Into metallic lead. If, however, it is not genuine While Lead, or if it con- tains the slightest trace of adultera- tion, the change will not take place. Therefore the "blow-pipe" test is an absolute and final one. The National Lead Company a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 March 1908

4 - *1 KILLS TWO THEN SUICIDES. Wife. Thousands TEN YEARS OF BACKACHE. Harricon County Negro Kill* Stepson Then Himself. Marshall, Tex., March 17.—Sun- day morning about -1:0 o'clock nt the Jones gin, about five miles front Marshall on tho Port Caddo road, throe negroes met deuth in one house, the sliver ending his own life with the weapon with which he killed the other two. Sunday morning Sher- iff MWiden received word td coriioto Jones* gin. He and his son, Claude Munden, wont out to the scene, and of Women Suffer In the Same Way. - Co- Mrs. Thomas Dunn, 153 Vine St lo'xbus, Ohio, says: "for ten years mlpery with back- ache. The simplest housework complete- ly exhausted me. I had no strength or umUtlon and suf- fered lieadaehe and dltzy spells. After Something New Under the Sun. A lady in lllinoi* ent t:« 12c n \.nr neo for our rrtnai'ksbls collection f wgrt.il/lo and flower need* and Hold &17.TD worth therefrom, or made 314%. That'* now. Just end this notice with 13c and re- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 March 1908

, v-'S.. • >v "" 2^flP$S$,* < vf #•*'-, I T a «U j v f ifci * m pi v M For Cou and Co Nearly all othor Cough Cure* are constipating. especiaKjr thoie * con- tainir.i; opiate*. KennedyTft-aiativ.e Coui;ti Syrup move* th bowel*. Contains tie opiate*. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR "Aj£old or a Cough nearly always produros constipation—the water all rvns to the eyes, nose and throat in- stead of passing out of the system through the liver and kidneys. For want of moisture the bowels become dry and hard." Kennedy's Lazativo Cough Syrup relievos Colds by working thera out of the system through a copious action of the bowels. Conforms to National PURE FOOD & DRUG LAW To Our Delinquent Subscribers According to a rcccnt ruling by tjic Postofficc Department, after April 1st wc will not be allowed to send The Herald through the mails to those subscribers who are one year or more behind on heir subscriptiens, mlcss we piece a one cent -tnmp jn '--ery paper mail...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 March 1908

+ tfW ET ■im, ■ t H A <4 **' i\jf >j? V.-. "*>/ w H. /r-i 1 4 H ::t ■-■'••> Vy *£> ,A • V fo . Wfete #sg>. •I 'V:ii f j ' :|i dnh rrd J<inuuiVs> J, i«x>>, cf l\w. Alio, f xn i\v<K>ffk c o.sSofandOtivt "kill flat'. r \• • i ,• Murrti i s/u X'OU MK \ III iff,.). ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, \r.Mi ,. NnamaraaMaranNMMvni u a n TS xtsF-' fr,«a offers a car cf I | Chops, Bran, leal, Flour | ALFALFA HAY, FR.AIRIE MAY, 3 I11 fcct. a full line cl Feed Stuffs at Lowest Prices in Alto. S tniougii tins county, spent. I* .-*■ .■ . ^ two or three days in this set- % MY MILLINERY STOCK «>" '^'^ck.couferridg.vith • Cherokee County Interurban Railway Mr. IT. h. Norton of Bos- ton, Mass., who is in Chero- kee county for the purpose of investigating tlie feasibility of building ail elected railway j ■ through this county, spent buy 13 A r J K WHEN SLNDIi'- O V ili be completed this week. The ladies arc cordially £ J our people and lookiug into!J I? invited to c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 March 1908

•3G& T 1 in ■ < I THE ALTO HERALD T. M. McCLURE, Proprietor. ALTO, TEXAS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS There was a heavy frost at Mar- shall Friday night, ami the weather was very cold, but so far as could bo ascertained fruit and vegetables were not injured. The chances arc very bright for the establishment of a carriage fac- tory at Denton. A proposition was received and a committee appointed to arrange for stock subscriptions. W. IT. Collins of Greenville, who was injured several days before by his storm bouse falling in on him while he was repairing it, died of his injuries Saturday night, at hU homo. PRIMARY PLAN PREVAILS EXECUTIVE COMMTITEE ORDCRS STATE PRIMARY. THE TEST IS VERY The Comptroller has announced the appointment of W. J, J. Terr to the position of chief tax clerk, made vacant by the promotion of B. F. Tenguc to chief clerk of the de- partment. Claud Robinson, a Brown county convict who, with others, was at work in the port hern part of the county, made good his escape Sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 March 1908

/ *1 I i& c SIGAR 8EET EXPERIMENT ldji l may lie adapted to sugar beet production. Send to the Agricultur- al Department nt Washington for a bulletin on sugar beet production. Jt ! will cost you nothing and may help i make it easier to succeed on the more farm.—Dallas News. Ti Frisco Will Supply Seed to Farm era. It is being demonstrated clearly from day to day that there can be produced in Texas practical- ly any agricultural product that can be grown profitably in any oth- er .State. The gospel of diversifica- tion is lieing more generally accept- ed as the true means of salvation of the farmer, and as it becomes more general experimentation with other than the usual crops becomes more widespread. One of the latest additions to the list of crops to be tried systematical- ly in this State is the sugar beet, which has been the hancing the value of land mnnv J ' 11 R°°(1 return in mon- thlies over in those sections where! aml ROme of the enterprises that its growth has been succe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 March 1908

I i I n $ H r i. 9 I ) ' IfliB 8 r I, B flfw k H-SK f^^jS«W??,.*5a8^5 :>rv'. N 00t1 iiiwicw «;« i % /* r iwi ■nrgfcrrjn wmnrPj i > f V «-. ,_ •■■ ■.. A «l /<">. Ci /^V ki _ -*f~ flLaiaii i - ' !7u.../'.:. • • ""' fer'V.sN, t. >• $> v&>N «BhH i.'-, • .?" ;n f?'. >::w,vr it-'P**-. ; ^ Opening Display of the Latest Models many instances less than you pay for the custom made k:nd sold by — - -—, . , , * left out in this New Spring Stock. Come and take a look. You'll find that we have evcivt.ung !ha( u •iesi.*:). jp stylish in all the New Models, Fabrics and Patterns, Every one handsome and desirably ■^PPPjPPI, **■ Vot ■• Cn. i ' Prices from StO to SI5 ! % '! A~:.so" A HANDSOMH SHOWING IN SPRING DRESS MATERIALS, LACES, TRIMMINGS, MILLINERY, Etc., SELECTED ESPECIALLY FOR ( 4 THE VERY BEST SPRING TRADE. MODERATE PRICES — ~ jt >i we \vaT7k~ on stars—so can vou \.£ X'/c arc showing a ?pl-;t^• i assortment of the Famous STAR BRAND SHOES for Men, Women and Childr...

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