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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 May 1910

R ! be*l >DAY. UMti ► s ira ; tlx Ihot cock out Mill- her ' Bho new reak- : It," r l'ia s for ouch t Is utli's >e of mini with msul torn, to a llo bout what d of worn- s am >W )t- cn ns .♦ I K ft TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS 1 HELP FOR THE AGED. Tlie Kspnjo ranch, fifteen miles be- .low Laredo in Webb County, Iiuh be«'ii Hold for $93,000. It coimlats of IS,000 acres. HeKinning next week, regular pas- senger service wljl be inaugurated over the Amarillo-Tucumcari cut off of the Kock Island, for which the time card is now being arranged. The Attorney General's Department at Austin approved for registration Callahan County common school dis- trict No. 47 school bouds, 000 tens at & per cent. Daniel Klnet, llelgian, aviator, of Mourmelon, France, broke the world's record for an aeroplane flight with a '.passenger, remaining in the air for two hours and llfty-one minutes. Accompanied by a lurid electrical display and thunder such as is seldom seen or heard in tills portion of the ■...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 May 1910

ia#a|k$ N^r i I Tin: A \' F. !■:. AI JI:N Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES On« Vt av £ix Months All subscriptions art' payable in advance No name will be put oil I Ik- books until paid for. America's body and spirit ars taxed by the Payne-Ald- ricll tariff law, wtiieh lias in- cresead the tariff on provis- ions, oil garments and on Hi' 1 iles. IIalley's comet may not be largely caseous, but some of the theories concerning it evi dently arc. The Herald one year—5oc. \NNOUCNEMENTS- announcement fees. For Congress 5i5-°( Foi District Offices io.o< Fo: County C>ifices 1'ur Precinct < Hliccs .v 5° For Congress Second I >istri-. t ftill 11 C. Box For Rt piisentativi* George 15. Terrell I'm' I li t: ict Clfi k W M Ellis !'*or Slu r i ff Geo. T. Bradford K. C. (Drcd) Martin M iller 1 >ial For C'< 'init • JiK^e 1 •"i .uik Gibson r'oi C"unlv Attorney John li. (^uinn J \V French ur Cotri! y <Jl< i k 1 >. Spink.'. H H Powell ]•; S Jones Joe (j. Summers For Tax Assessor ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 May 1910

mm. The Herald. ALTO,_ TEXAS. Personal Happenings. In Memoriam. Died—at her home near Douglas, Texas,- April 7, ioro, Mrs. Florida Tucker, wife of James Tucker, in the 24th } ear of her age. Ilcr remains were interred in tlie Palestine cemetery Friday, April 8th. She leaves a devoted husband, father, sis- ters and other relatives, be- sides many friends to mourn her untimely death. She uni- ted with the Baptist chinch in the year 1905, and lived a consistent christian life. The charm and purity of her do- mestic life made her home truly a haven of rest. By her unselfish, useful christian life, she has left a priceless heritage to her devoted hus- band and devoted loved ones. It is not curs to measure rela- tive merit, or award the palm vinture of one tiling only are we certain, that for the pure in heart there is a welcome and a home in that beautiful tranquil .vorld which is the goal of all our earthly aspira t,ious, the world of solved prob 'ems, of realized ideals of earnest affe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 May 1910

7T l Hj ■ This ALIO M I: RAM) I. f. At UN, I'ropriftor EVENTS COILED DOWN DOMK If Me ilt'iul iik'iIii, r "t last THA r v e r (. TIV E REIGN HAPPEN UP IN AT- STYLE. Tl o i ookworm grows "1B _ NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY The "wanderlust" st'HHon Is here The kluti llillll smiles Pity gllOM' A fi follow burg l'cfl About crops Kin* <1l (('UK duties A CI beean* beer u Jin.'. Ventral' mi llwil proposed tele Everything Ii rt.int That Could Be from Scotland to Paris iffi'c and sinker breakfast often it nupper on lobster a la New cr inake a note In your diary four years ahead that grape are finest In comet yearn. [ Menelik, rested by W recant i", Ik tukliiK bold of his public with renewed yes! and vigor. ilrnKo man haw asked a divorce e litis wife drank two eat": >f day. What alit> wants Ik a pipe fined to ;i small Space is Heie Found. WASHINGTON NEWS. tl,.. Si' i' I'eni appropriating l,,i (I,, i . , nnont Orange wa ;i :j . I Milijeet of eon 11,, i and Senate con- on i))■ and harbors bill ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 May 1910

■ <*4t v$ A How the Letters of Corporations Are Stolen HOEVER has seen a hunt- Wer's discarded match as It kindles the first feeble bluze on the dry floor of a forest will understand this story. He already knows how the fired leaf clutches and curls about the flame, and how the strong wind takes the blaze from leaf to twig and from twig to tree until the mountain- side Is first a roaring furnace and then a silent desert of hot ashes. In the simple tale that Is to follow the corporation employee who sells his firm's letters Is the feebly blazing match. And the strong wind that car- ries him far afield when he had meant to stray only a foot Is the dishonest newspaper or politician bent upon buying what ho has to sell, writes A. L. Benson In the New York Herald. A young man, we will say, Is em- ployed In a clerical capacity In the offices of a corporation that Is much 1n the public eye because of Its ex- ceeding interest in affairs govern- mental. His salary Is $12 a week. He isn't ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 May 1910

m i *£L IN. B. CHANCEY. 55? Lufkin, Texas! Wholesale and Retail Wines, Liquors and Cigars. With every Gallon Purchase-Case Goods-Half Pint Gratis. With every Gallon Purchase-barrel Goods, One Pint Gratis. Wholesale Agents SCHL1TZ Keg and Bottled Beer. The Shipping Trade a Specialty. Your patronage solictted. Courteous treatment to all All Orders Promptly Filled. PRICE LIST- DELI VERED. Barrel Goods (Per Four (Juart: Old Saratoga, (>];1 Forester Minimi's Joel B. Fra/.ier Cream Rye Parker Rye XXX Pearl Rye Montreal Malt Bonnie Rye Peach Brandy Apple Brandy () lie en Bee . 56 oo 6 oo 6 oo . 5 oo 5 oo 5 00 5 oo . 4 oo .. 4 oS 4 oo 4 oo a oo Xr W v*v $$ *v',i v. h s'r* V *!>r '■ri SWK- kf: 8* p- v. V U;>.* *r uffc1 Vy'<* £5? -:k Vy> 2# v.<j , r« y.V >•-%- V Case Goods (Per Gallon) Old Saratoga Parker Rye Joel IJ. Fra/.ier Chad Bnfiord Philadelphia Club Old Roman Montreal Malt - Stony Ford Golden Grain Old Granger Imperial Old 88 ?6 OQ 6 oo 5 oo 4 oo 4 oo 4 oo 4 oo 3 ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 May 1910

the food of ourta-Jsee iit to bestow tinon ftiA iYirs. x'ioriua i ncKcr, wire or i guilty, and in uiam 'P.# ,i . i i" A ui Supplement to the ALTO HERALD. .Mrs Myron Sculley return- d lKiin Jacksonvill where she; has been \i.-it.njj P;uscuts I'orj a few days. Lion f ondles <i Child. Commander Julius A. Vrait f'oxt In Pittsburg a savage lion No. 143 Dept. Ill, (}. A. II. fondled the hand that a child; Mr. Isaac Cook, Commander thrust into his cage. Danger to'of above Post, Kewanee, 111., a child is sometimes great when writes": "For a long time 1 was least regarded. Often it comes bothered with backache and A Man W ants to l)i< through Colds, Croup, and pains across my kidneys. About only when a.lazy liver and slug-, Whooping cough. They slayj two months ago 1 started taking' gish bowels cause frightful des- thousands that Dr King's New Foley's Kidney Pills and soon pi ndency. but Dr. Kings New Discovery could have saved. "A saw they were doing just as Life Pills expel" poisons ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 20 May 1910

feeding on the food of bles, tin ijerms ol "ectious ndeed I s showi: lolders neans :elf. Anotl natter f are of / hat is t if our li r will lehoove /'no ha own at ecayin lieir pr se uns me wl irk, ai ill Wi ould c )US to Cons 1 low c our U-jsccu fit to bestow upon the iviis, r juriuti i ncKer, Wlie or James Tucker, in the 24th vear of her age. ir pre ike. Fron >te t >en g< oad a ande xas. /1 r 'rt Nt *?> £ L*\ -.1 & & Of fiu I- i m * V / "i * \3 i Supplement to the ALTO HERALD. guilty, and gave h sentence, Masting f< K.-inoc r f frpprlnill. car ill s fepc Sam Farmer of Rusk at- PROGRAM OF FARMERS' UNION tended court here last Friday. MEETING Buy your ice cream freez- ers from Pattou & Dickey. For Queen Quality and Bostonian shoes go to I. Ftiedman & Co. To Be Held at Grange Hall Sat- urday, Afternoon, May 28, '19 1. Song by choir. 2 Prayer by chaplain. Up-to-date summer coats at Natation, an Essay R. E. Arrant's that will ap- Viola Lyles. peal to your f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 May 1910

-5- Cnforrc' Iiuujmivk.ft, '*H>I ,of Jlux Alio. TexfiJ'osfof fK"© ajSccondOussr*1<iIfNoller A, f ofOMiurr.v* Morch.V 1570 Vuu'Mi: X ALTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 27. 19ro. NuMIiKK 25 Revival Close?. Q oy >. i:i ' 0 '1 1. means the i of ) : ! 0 ncl cash. A LOST ryzi'V'T HOOK v.\:-.h a $25 ' c-cc sit slip in i', jcc-'in nctl-irg but the loss of the boc TH i^Sii LOOSES have occunv cd rir t here in Alto, except tv.-.- r,r.io!-.U v-v.s larger than $25.00. Guarc A /-ui:t These Losses by h'r-'nrr n thcck account >>" • ■ J !ct us explain the -- '- i •: i by having .! b!'n rccvunt with us. l\o n.sttcr l:cw small—WE WANT IT. Warm -jniiiq days produce .1 Last Friday 11 ii^lit the re- ; '1 drow.-iness it the body i- vival services at the Methodist ; wil1' llie i,ni'uril,VH of wi - el diet. Cleanse the blood, liver and the bowels with | dmrch closed after a eon tin 111 a nee of t<vo weeks. 1 *: ickly \sh Impurities in tlie blood produced by digestive disorders must fx* driven out be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 May 1910

SMN DISEASE CURE GUARANTEED #•*.'% guaRANT^D f>\ 1.1 Ml i'Y ' • 'H f" skin (JIM ASIS 5 5 El ClWCOl AO be!J '■<■•> i Jfb\/ti/ne PRICt 50CfNT3 hANUfAfruwrD 5Y ABRIfMAROS MtDICINCCO/ <-$C^ „ y/ Fanners' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters -JEspecial Moment to the Progrewive Agriculturist '■'MAN.Tf *r Your ?Vloriey Back All Drug Stores money li dicim BLACK-DRAUGHT' STOCK & rOULTRY MEDICINE This is made from pure dru^s, tlie best w e know liovv. It lias cured thousands of sick lio£S and will probably cure yours. Ask your dealer. 23C. 50c. and $1. Per Can. Carters ITTLC PILLS. Constipation Vanishes Forever Prompt Relief--Permanent Cur® CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS txraA ftil. Purely veget- able—act iu/eJ/ (>ut gently on the Wr. Slop tS\nA dinner distress—^ cure i&di- * — «■ r .-MUT. . . Ke rjr . btasll Pill, Small Doif, Snili Hrici GENUINE must bear lignafurr : LADIES * flood Old Summer 'IV- «• i. now with u* ^ ou u ilI \\ Milt .i 11 > itti ti<...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 May 1910

<qp GREAT DAMAGE DONE BY HAIL AND WIND S Ml LO88 TO CROPS ESTIMATED TO BE QUARTER MILLION IN NORTH TEXAS. GRAYSON COUNTY HARD NIT Strip Six Miles Long and One Mile Wide Devastated—Bridge Over Brazos Down in Falls County. X'* ' Brew ■ I ■ OR Dallas, May 24: Belated reports from Sunday night's hall and wind- storm In North Texas indicate severe property damage, Including houses, barns and crops of all kinds. In Home places cotton and com were beaten into the eartn and totally lost. In other counties wheat and oats were totally destroyed. While the reports A. received do not Indicate as much, It Is probable the total loss will exceed f250,000. > A strip six miles long and one mile wide, near Shorman, was damaged 9GO.OOO by hall, and In many places the hailstones drifted In plies two feet high. Window glass was broken out of dwellings and other property Was damaged. ; 'Lamar County reports severe dam- age to crops. At Dorchester, Grayson County, one dwelling was demolished and cro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 May 1910

ff 1 Jam I 11 ■ Till' \[/r<>]li:i!Al.l>! A Moral Pessimist thinks have the best government we Funeral Obsequies. Died on last Saturday, May Card of Thanks. We wish to express our O, for June—the mouth of | rare, ripe garden sass [" I MJ.KN. IVnpriotor. the wutld has ever known, and 2i, at the home of his brother, < lieartfc1t thanks to all whoso SUBSCRIPTION RATES i iiu Yt.:! Si x Mi 'Ml All -"1> .4 It< ffflnr Tout I>oij that we have the best form fi Mr. Z. R. Wattcrs, Mr. R. J-. kindly tendered their help and fcncr! diteho^ V' ''' •overuuifut' and that times, Walters, in Irs seventy-third cumfort to us during the -in van rijiiions .lie No mime look until !>• will ANNOUCNEMENTS. "I are the best. 11c is nol alone in , in fe uitig that the trend of l'llt the times will lead to a terri- ble revolution, equalling, and following that of the freucli, hut as au optimist, we hope for better things. Surely, we 1-151 have wise men and good men ]• or l ongivs ■ or Distr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 May 1910

S The Herald. ALTO, TE Y a r' Personal Happenings. C.P. Murphy went to Crock- ett Tuesday on business. Cook Melvin spent Sunday in Alto visiting relatives. Mr. Knglish of Forest was in town Tuesday on business. Jim Alexander was over from Wcchcs Monday, Dr. Summers of Rusk spent Sunday in Alto. Fines Watkins was over from Douglass last Friday. See Salmon & Summers be- fore selling your produce. Luther Shaw of Weches was in Alto last Friday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jake Wcod on Monday, night a| boy. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Rounsaville on Monday night a boy. If. H. Berryman Hon John C. Box Withdraws irom the Raco for Corgrcss. To the People of the Second (*,'v - • r• r- «i -i 1 T~) • c; ♦ • ♦ • The condition of my busi- ness and other important con- cerns have combined to pre- vent me from giving my time and attention to my candidacy for Congress and will not permit me to do so herafter. If the issues involved in the race could be made plain to the poople I would expect to be el...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 May 1910

WaSpiS1! '^MK^Wnl^^ wn **fs*'£&jW ,'rJ, v w * ■ I alto mhrali I.I. \l 11 N. Proprietor ALIO. It costs nothing to go Joy riding on a hot nlr wagon. Instead of belling the cats they should lie trained to an exclusive spar- row diet. Tin* police In Chicago will watch the bathing costumes. They will not be alone In the work 11 Is time that rich American* stopped being meal tickets for foreign forgers of old maulers. That oyster with f'4 pearls was a great Improvement over the one with 1,000,000 typhoid germs The big Hull stories are coming In The rain of frogs In northern Indiana Ik scheduled for an early date. EVENTS BOILED DOWN domestic and foreign happen- ings sekvep up in at- tractive style. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY Everything Important That Could Be Confined to a Small Space is Here Found. WASHINGTON NEWS. r ma> be the fate of other the railroad hill, the pro- to ctubllsh a Court of Com- will I* retained, the Senate ullirii.a'lvi' action In that dlrec the lit Cotton flour and a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 May 1910

m jfi0$& " S Products VICTORFAS FUNERAL PROCESSION. Never Vary in Quality or Taste Because the utmost care is taken by Libby's Chefs to select only the choicest materials and prepare them in the same careful manner every time. You are thus assured of uni- form goodness, and this is the reason that the use of Libby's gives such general satisfaction to every housewife. Try Libby Dried Beef Mexican Tam&les Ham Loaf Chili con Carne Vienna Sausage Evaporated Milk For luncheon, spreads or everyday meals they are just the thing. Keep a supply in the house. You never can 'tell when they will come in handy. Ask for Libby's and be sure you get Libby's. Libby, McNeill & Libby Chicago Willing to Pay for Rammer. KrWhen the British square at the bat- lie of Abu Klea, in the Nubian des- ert, was penetrated by the dervishes, ne of them attempted to spear a gun- Der who was In the act of ramming lloiuc a charge. The Briton brained |he Sudanese, but the rammer head pplit on the man's hard...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 27 May 1910

§mc0 ftp*. "^HP F ■ hbsm >:fmem^rwim &Z(3& Z4 I I '■ \ I ■ * % \ % t. © W-dr C? C0 e lb: u • w V E c U SI*;' ~\<' O. ii £i 4 . ^ /# ' •" * li •*-/ W V5 *. ^ -.^va/WX--^ ^ ~ w v ~ ~ — — — * — — - -'X ---w-^-ww X', \ wr ^"✓v -/-^v and [Mali Wines, Liquors and Gig lo pc* «.•!« a> os Q ^ ./ V ;, .C -i -1 '• • ' — iWtjL" WuC)W vJ VyW-4«^ A*Cl-i •*• Uli wiwUw# ■■. "' ; *1 Pi; :h, .s.-br:rJ Goods, On: Pint Gratia. i in Verr pnvciage solicited. Co ji l:c■ . Irid'uncnt to all A ! /. ivC w J ajC'.T# — " tu.« I'y Mr« f. -•••«- A*: « TTV-rf The .';\'n ; Trade a Spcehity. W.J*%-r Sf f MMUWKK • ■* MM i.V« . f. ; - fJST---I>ittJVEREI> All Orders Promptly Filled. . *amm t VVOT tmmi m ■ un ' r J our < Mi . Cn. • ' ' /• u V " J * t* u: r"1 ' • |r1 A r- • < ) Uvv 4 ' ** ' O i. 1 ,) j* • « ."1 0 U ) • . 4 . 5 > •4 Vo> : . .i 5 oo ■;r* r* • • \ 5 (XJ * , 1 J > ' o • •1 ' ' Vv ' A: C4 , • ,5 '.*. V ' ) • - ' i.'.r V. V. J r > ',) : V # il'r if- U y V • • J •V.A Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 June 1910

■ a ■'/ \ 11, a eg i;nterr> loiumiVi.S, I <K> I ,<il I hi- Alio, TcxaPostoMro OJScr.vWOuss Mo II Molti" I A, i of Ooinjrr.'. v Mnrrh lS7'i M VOLUME X ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JUNE 2, 1910 Number 26 -"nc3Ks«r.-v..v jr.~aT.r-n * -xi'.r. -xrvom RESOLl/TJ ONS. «^prj « e.-fn «• The truck Growers will fir. 1 this bank a conveni- ent place to handle their checks for retcrn.' 011 produce, as we are open early in the morning, late in the evening, andean handle yonr checks withcut cost to von. 'ME LJO state bank M. C. PARRiS'I PRESIDCTN M. E. : 1cCLURE vice pres T. D. MILLER CASH IER t t J A KEW STORE IN TOWN 3 sauion "Hummers. i ft ALL KINDS OF ' Fresh Meats and Sausage at a!! Times, Staple And fev Sroceries-Best Flour in Town. ^ Coiir'y Produce Bought and Sold. L ' • ' 'W"W W& V i i * i I \ 1 v ,• • • t M. BORN k CO'S. ^Vf-^4f / ■ fLkMw/ 1 1 ■ • i1/-. . • ' ■ . j- w . 1 • /.y SpecialSuits Pure Indigo Dye Blue Serges X : : A (strictly fast color), dark, \\ medium and light gray...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 June 1910

PSr" r ja '/Hty mS alto hi:rai i t. Ul I S, Proprietor Thus far thb that Ihu biggest nvasoii angler* agree go\ away. EVENTS BOILED DOWN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN- INGS SERVEH UP IN AT- TRACTIVE STYLE. What n perfect rhyme thero In b« tween "April Heeds" ami "July weed*!" Hurrah! The Maryland strawberry crop Is reported to be one of the best on record. The optimists are not all dead yet. A Washington bulldog ate up one enumerators census book. Me may find the long lis! of queries but que*- Uonable diet To Judge front the way aviators have been falling from the sky lately there Ik at least one product ot the day which Is coming down. The prospect of a "Chnntecler" (llama 111 this country should arouse great hopes among the musical com- edy players known as broilers. The ample who were married on a Western Maryland train going at the rate of 40 miles an hour evidently wished the matrimonial knot tied fast. A six-year old girl In Brooklyn has two heads. It must be something of a strai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 June 1910

«BTV'># '*' 'Hj yryjttttf" H^wS-'iW i Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters gf Esptcial Moment to tbe Progressive Agriculturist Set (lie other man an example. Constant fault-finding never mended anything. This world la not going to be any better than you are. Faith and Ingenuity often take the place of the hired man. If you don't do your part how can you expect others to do theirs? Farmers should raise their own horses Instead of buying them. The less a man knows of himself the more ho thinks of himself. A boy Is the only animal that Is supposed to thrive on discourage- ment. A big barn and b stingy little house nre unmistakable signs of an unhappy home life. The one thing that we don't care whether a man pays back or not Is borrowed trouble. It Is all right to read books and farm papers, but a man can get much solid Information by studying his own farm. Plant crops for soiling. Your work Jinimala and milk cows will need .green food this spring. Oats, whe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 June 1910

• r «* v?', S C A i 'i li i i I.'T() SI Ml A LI) this sen j- j \ 1.<J']N, IVoprielor. ,.> r—.-^vx.-^T Mimm ; * attended Suudav. at 1 >.ui [/jsiananasan s>.a«z rraaa ■*«*• —iTmnnTiimij •NOUCNEMENT uig is vi uuiiT iels n.ill nt ar this place- An entertainment was given j !>y M, . R .it the mill Sat- ni' .lid llie occasion (1 by many. A. Itirpliy of Alio r.VBXJHBBK ' SWBKBEHUB1 i lb regprti—nw mace. I ruin this •u n- I1U 111 >ilii.;.) n at lUKICl ana lavorablc :il;il'\ in in ;t mi', arc t . man v con''lain I l M L". I i)'itatoes will 'r 111! H !:: ailtor! i \pecte< asdii, lupin < i-k and we awn ranin: >c 1C i V • i 111 CI s Because we carry the Merchandise that appeals to the trade. We buy only reputable lines, thereby enabling us at all times to supply your wants with the season's newest and most popular stales cf quality geeds at most popular prices. Because our business is conducted upon principles con" 13 ent with sound, legitimate business methods—-Hon" ...

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