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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 June 1910

W vm \J r^wgawiato^<QtjacynMsc,aM rsF< law-sgEs.eMuv.-jiiyxusi.iL:. v H o U O THERS FOLLOW F. B. Guinn's Drue: Store! ';TSVT.t"TWSK* • irrfTC"T'."" IT IS YOUR RIGHT To demand that the pharmacist who compounds your proscriptions use every possible care to get them right Not only must he try his best to get them right but he must do it. No men propessional or otherwise have a greater reponsibility placed upon thoin than do druggists. A Moment's Absence of Mind Might Cause Loss of Life. We only mention this to show you that we appreciate the necessity for constant vigilance alertness we use every prescripton to guard agaiust error. Our prescrip- tions are all put up 1)}' registered phormacist ,and the items are always checked a second time as a safe guard We know that the drugs in all our containers arc right for everything is bought to this end. We are prepared to fill all prescriptons promptly, and at prices which are governeF by the cost NOT THE SIZE of the unfinised product. ...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 June 1910

wLs - jr* W -mt i 1 H r>' ill. ui. How this advice. uirti Out* I - tin- In"*' of s also I he cii'-apoHt When rtiii'h tin n as J'nif- Usher of Yule I'ni vMi-hliy and Sir JatneiCrlclitou Urownc, l.ljj, K.ll s. of London spend the bent parts of their lives In studying (ln> great ipie.stlon of the nourishing I and strengthening iiunlltles of differ- i cnt foods, it Ik certain that (belt advlca | is absolutely safe to follow. Professor Fisher found in his ex- periments for testing the strength and i 4'nduranee of athleieis that the meat | waters w. y _ ir. By Maud Ballington Booth' •J r*< > t ...f AM ,L. C jL- Dv;.An. — n The "Little Mother" of the Prisons My "Boys" Who Made Good IIK'11 wti •Junker t'li it ii r a 11' >-ri exhausted long before the i ware fed on auch food us ■scotch Oats Tie' powers of .• of the non-meat eaters were ;ht times those of the meat The tes lasting re that whir: Volunteer acroinpllsl would a III) I'r .lane Crlchton Mrownc ii ' al, eat plenty <...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 June 1910

GEN. ESTRADA IS ATTACKED BY LARA AFTER HARD FIGHTING AND VERY HEAVY LOSS, MADRIZ'8 TROOPS RETIRE. U. S. PADUCAH IS ON HAND Nlcaraguan Steamer Venua la Not _ i Permitted to Bombard Trenchea Back of Bluefields. Hluefiehls, May 31.—Gen. l,nra, com- nunder of the Madriz forces, again Attacked Gon. Kstrada's position Mon- ti y. At 3 o'clock In the morning ho egan an assault on Estrada's left Bank with 500 tneu, but after hard lighting in which many were killed ind wounded the Madrlz troops were forced to retire. Estrada's losses fere lljpht. About the same time an assault was Bgun on the extreme south flank, but this also failed, there being further tieavy losses to I.ara's men. Estrada Succeeded in capturing a large num- er of. prisoners, who report that Gen. -.ara is convinced it will be impossible lo take the entrenchments of the pro- i Vlsionals! f I The port of Bluefields has been ofll- 5 dally changed by the provisional gov- ernment from the biuft to a point Anoint throe miles up t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 2 June 1910

—r ' j^wl Lufkin, Texas! Wholesale and Retail Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Vvilh every Gallon Purchase -Case Goods-Half Pint Gratis. v /ith every Gallon Purchase-barrel Goods, One Pint Gratis. t< Your patronage solictted. ^ Courteous treatment to all v; hole csjic Agents SCHL1TZ Keg and Bottled Beer. The Shipping Trade a Specialty. All Orders Promptly Filled. I>KI('E LIST-DELI VKREI). ww*j . xwm *.r.ur- Barrel Goods iPer Four ( Utarts) .Mumui s Civ;in Rye Par".'-: Rye XXX Pearl Rye Montreal Malt Bonilie Rye Peach Brandy Appk Bran ly ()uc*!.'it Ihe ?6 oo 6 <jo 6 oo 5 • .*> ( H' 5 oo 5 oo 4 oo ....4 08 4 00 4 00 f,<y v- ^ r- -r-y ■ x; •'"V T ^ ■' v.v :r- V J •r: ■ >• (J T- * '' v. > ■:r" > V V- ,« r s ' >• > il'" s * *_■ U.' • V • >> •T U ' v. ,<■ ?r: <* V- .1 •:r. ■ r >*•<- r >-v :n- U.Vjr' '<* * ■ r - >-'h .t- af-r '<* 4 r- v 4 ■" r-' ,T- MT>, •;rv, Case Goods I Per Gallon) ' ()!d Saratoga Paiker R\e Joel B. 1mm/icr Chad B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 June 1910

MW5R9 A Knto-rrtf Januaivt.3. loot.nl llui Silo,TcxniMsloficc osSconflCuvsHiillMfltK-i v lofi'tinurcv*. MurrhVUM LI :R Volume ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1910 Number 27 VM •JT'IW lUiMVJi r i r k ''J O t The Truck G rowers Are Especially Solicited To Bring Their Produce Check to Our Bank For Payment. We Have Long Banking Hours, and We Can Handle Your Checks Without Cost to You. P1E ^LTO STATE BANK M. C. PARRiSH PRESI DCTN M. E. McCLURE ViCE PRES T. D. MILLER CASHIER Shipping Notes. The shipping season has ; opened with a boom, and the raisers are receiving good prices for their products. On Monday of this week, H. II. Berrymau, representing the producers, shipped out one \ car of tomatoes, which sold for ^i.^S per crate. Another car was loaded o., 1 Tuesday, and brought $1.10 j jper crate. On Wednesday two cars of ; tomatoes were loaded out, the first of which brought Si.00 and the last one 90 cents per crate. Since Monday last three ears loaded with spuds have left the platform a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 June 1910

'I Mi ALTO 11 IRA! I I. At 11 th. do lift till. Pay I on« ( f lousii' ■ boasts 4C of unsbln ure you v. i >crat geni <olxu the 1 all you DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN IMPOHTANT NEWS OF THE EN- TIRE WEEK HEDUCED FOR bUSY READERS. best ' (in cure: on n $10 bill 1 on a dollar lie mortgage l* (or automobll- if > a: i ■! coarsi iUl<] II ork Is fat/il urlng « hus- number Hint ilJfr up i pur- CONDENSED AND IMPORTANT Carefully Prepared for Those Who Desire to Keep Thoroughly foitrd on Event*. WASHINGTON NEWS. II;>1 situation before if (,'OHgrOHS llilB brld*< sboult < eri flight'. are 1'itl linglliles Holland. i id liberation nforccil. ■r rind laws hav< Till! f i'!i making tna> bo slg- Ii« it* i-nt of Justlcp in s nh t b.i announced that t111' Haskell w Inch ui ro ', oHtponed to the ten. the Kederal t'ourt, have Ui",.| |i [niied to the Si • I' r term ol th court at McAlester. i lal d;-patches #i'rc rcctdved at .it. department from both l.lma and Quito, Ecuador. Indicating wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 June 1910

-L <V". 1 ts BRITISH III EGYPT Many Opinions Regarding Rule of the English. GIVEN FREE HAND BY POWERS Country Improves Enormously Under British Occupation, But Is Still Far from Top—$500,000,000 of European Money Invested In Egypt. <By Francis E. Clark, D. D. LL. D.) President United Society of Christian Endeavor. The surface attractions of Cairo and the Upper Nile are so ureal that one Is tempted never to look beneath them The Impressive grandeur of the pyramids, the mystery of the sphinx, the kaleidoscopic streets of Cairo, where It Is the most trite of "bro- tnldlan" expressions to say, "The Oc- cident and orient meet," the awful ruins of Thebes and Luxor, all so com- pel the attention of the traveler that be almost ceases to regard Egypt as • nation that Is making history to- day, and whose annals were not all closed when the last of the Pharaohs Was burled. Egypt, to the unaccustomed eye, etenie like a perpetual, unending cir- cus, and one Is as unlikely to think of the p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 June 1910

■M Lv f think RAT L rir• w/ro ukh.w !> UK10,U ' . . , legislative halls arc vainly |j {•;. M \LLKX. Proprietor* gCej{iug _u solution of the] (jtie titui. While trusts nnd \ >mbin .lions of ca]>it:tl have j done more than their part in !c.Hiring pi iccs of uecccssary commodities to soar skyward,: it appears to lis that the coun- try badly needs increased pro-' r«'uawc -m^artupj WE LEAD h tx ■ .u?z.z>z-zimmm it— announcements- j ' ' )i lou 1'.>r iJi We a > > r? u 11 cc* f ,vll>Jl tl •u j.'ct t I )ei.iocr;i : ■>!: i i i , daction in order to meet tl.e ■ i . . . ever ine: -asing demand. Our ()l',i i ■■ i" " 1 population is increasing rap— ' : ' ' idly, both through iiumigra^ ~ ' ' i: in and natural adherence to ' io an- the Rooscv'tiaii theory, and rir.d - until thi c untry is blessed with more good agriculturists 11 K I 01 I' ( V7. \V aut norm- ic followii: the offices under Ir names appear, all the result of the .- Primary: ;e 15. Terrell A'1 >nu v < r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 June 1910

. jiL ■£'.*& 0, SWEET JUNE BRIDE! ETMSE'.:.. ■.TWExata j«J OTHERS FOLLOW F. B.Guinn's Drug Store! (xnrzr~ JizssiKJUBhijefe:javaasuiru:rsnr.v-^^:Mr.'j^r'-..ret*: mKKfKSSifCi IT IS YOUR RIGHT To demand that tlic pharmacist who compounds your prescriptions use every possible care to get them right Not only must he try his best to get them right but lie must do it. No men'professional or otherwise have a greater reponsibility placcd upon them than do druggists. A Moment's Absence of Mind Might Cause Loss of Life. We only mention this to show \ott that we appreciate the necessity for constant vigilance alertness we use every prcccaution to guard against error. Our prescrip- tions are all put up by registered pharmacist ,and the items arc always checked a second time as a safe guard We know that the drugs in all our containers arc right for everything is bought to this end. We are prepared to fill all prescriptons promptly, and at prices which are governed by the cost NOT THE SIZE pf ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 June 1910

Mf- "t ft ■ts'lsnif-' ' "wgmhi S& . - :Si j KVj *h' 1 h J . Former President of States at Oxford United Of • to 11 P LORD CURZON IN THE CHAIR their fighting for t> sea. where they dl< and r«*UKt)t very in thru* of peace to ma fldent as either I' iu .Inst the pmrf I 11 fc| \ i< them 11 ■ i mtif To !)• opul>'< nr<-ure rase In t)i«* i «-rftniu cost of dlen* It Is therefore eas\ |«. whf n she did ) • I • .*■••? s but It l« far i lain w hy at the *■ * I nve com" at leant ii tIon In the world « f ir et ;irk of divine fire I' the national soul. ► falrnnicn, of great m on land: and on t .-Ir ow n flshtlng. i! tlx ■ refused In , r< ly fleets so «f- inaure the Dutch •P«g I roken or else \ tory when war ii ii.i unarmed Is to nt nt the almost ■ i in the future, why Holland I IU<>n among the me ilimcult to e* . time there should j rfliil l- « of posl- mid lettere. Some mod Ite**ir out In A* the line of great arrl<*rs. h.v land nnd • f t Ik froi v ii red f tt <...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 June 1910

mm ■ i H" g mma ■ 3HR< DOINGS OF A GREAT STATE Four thousand visitors, the record- leaking crowd no fur thU ucusod, I pent Sunday In Galveaton. (icorKo Miller was legally hanged In ■Clarendon. Friday, for the murder of | Floyd Autrey of Fort Worth, on March h 20, 190ft. The second annual convention of Rthe Texas Constables' Association was [held in Temple Thursday, about 100 flelegates being present. The hot winds of the last few days have had a bad effect upon growing (crops. Farmers report that vegetation vllted ns badly as it does In August. .Mr. Fukushania, representing cot- jlon dealers of Japan, has been in Tyler for a few days visiting local lotion men, who sold him a great deal £or cotton tlie last season. Secretary CJlbbs of tlte Texas Grain calers' Association, from the latest ; advices, is confident the Texas wheat lyleld will be over 15,000,000 bushels. ;The oat crop will not be less than 20,- ipOOO.noO bushels. The Jacksonville Summer Normal .'convened in that city M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 9 June 1910

■ "> 68 EN .JV LUFKIN. TEXAS RSHE5233SE5S ISSSECTSaSBBBBWatS K.':^2BSI'^inK1' Wholesale and Retail Wines, Liquors and Cigars. I o 111 of Ki Ai ■H'l 1>« !e< Af ro un of on r>r ve ph «n -pi) an« * ni wh llzi «k1. <ln: mn «1>J erli 1 era >H T rim MIio ran rac nun Hv< C •arl N< k'oh Willi cvdry Gallon Purchase-Case Goods- Half Pint Gratis. ^ Your patronage solicited. With t very Gallon Purchase-barrel Goods, One Pint Gratis. ^ Courteous treatment to all Wholesale Arcnts SCHLITZ Keg and Bottled Beer. The Slapping Trade a Specialty. All Orders Promptly Filled. IHttCE LIST —DELIVERED. Barrel Goods () iiiirt t )1<1 Saratoga, < )ld l'"o! ■ tel M mum's Joel II. i'r.i/.iei' Cream Rye Parker Rye XXX Pearl Rye Montreal Malt Bonnie Rye Peach Brandy \ppie Plainly (htccti Pee i«0 i io 6 oo t) < >o 5 oo 5 oo 5 (X) t; < ic) 4 oo .4 oS .] oo 4 oo u:," ''r* *!r ''r y'r* V •r* * !' • '{* * ■Tv V j,-- y. 'j • r.; *r' .v V *'?• ^r" v*' ■ /• ^ :r- y. > T *?.v 1*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 June 1910

• tfOf 9t- nr T 7'-£64 ■ B ■ t lU-n i I(1ihkiiVk.5. I?M>I..1Mlu-. .\lto. IV\ti.V>.|,ir'i<v. os.ta wK <is.«:r11 .~1 ut(.■ i V i ofConure Miinli A, 157" VOJ.umk X ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY JUNE if • tartxxr.-^aay ar^.Ts-t—«. mwiw vwcw Number 2 Kens. 1 tr*.".*.'/* «r~ «rv- •& OUR : H&I* SNC I HOURS Hendcrron to Hang. Ilarry Henderson, tlie 11c- I gro who so ci nelly murdered' ? E. C. Landrn 111 in the lattev's A Home institution ! During th: Truck Season i; Proving of Great Con/ yenience to th: TRUCK GROWER Open from 7 in the moriv ing until 7 in the evening and always extendiug the very best service to ail who come to our bank with their business. A drink of ice water isal' ways here for you, THE ALTO STATE BANK city 011 Dec. 17th last. west of this \ zens of was v 1 mmm irrT n 1 ■! 1 -M store nine miles on sentenced in the district court at Rusk last Monday, and will expiate his crime 011 ihc gallows, Saturday, July S'.h, i9ro. Henderson was convicted at the Inst term...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 June 1910

/ ism le V tit of £1 Ai Wj re JtM Ar ro till of on I >r ve jph «n .ph hq >vh 'llz* «?d, <ln; inn tpi ucl T era tiei cle, whc cai- rn r rnti Ilv THK ALTO HHRAU> I.I. AILIN, Proprietor alto, - - - - Make the flics tleo. What's your score—on fllt'B? A slap on tho wrist In worth two on tlio fact' All tho signs point to a skyful of fir Int: machines before long Paper money may be made smaller. In which case It will be Just as hard to got Even the kulser can't call students "booieflghtors" and gft away with the remark. A Frenchman has bom killed In a duel. Accidents will happen, even In a French duel. EVENTS BUiLED DOWN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN- INGS SCHVEO UP IN AT- TRACTIVE STYLE. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY Everything Important That Could B« Confined to a Small Space la Here Found. WASHINGTON NEWS. If school children the firecracker that dealer as 11h friend are opposed to leaves only the The S. llllllditlKh to ttpproi building i The Hi expeclt d whereby la to be i nage nat( '...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 June 1910

■ i wokMUSS# 5■ p R0FITABLE DAIRYING ! r By* HUGH G. VAN PELT Dairy Expert Iowa State Dairy Association What State Dairymen's Associations Can Do 1 1 Knowing a possibilities In store for dairy farming nnd realizing the possibility or doubling the Income from the dairy products and In this manner adding to the wealth of the Iowa farmer nearly half as many dol- lars ns a bumper crop of corn In a year of high prices, all forces aro at work to accomplish the result. The last general assembly appropriated $10,000 t«vtlie Iowa State Dairymen's association to enable them to do more effective work along educutlonnl lines In dairying. With this money they have hired dairy experts to conduct a campaign with the one end In view— Increasing the butter products of the Iowa cow. To accomplish this result no stones are being left unturned. Special dairy trains have been run and more will be run over the state, carrying to the farmer's door the facts relative to the care and selec- tion of his herd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 June 1910

f 6 lot V i till of Ki At w b I e let Ar col uu of on fin iv el lp! «rc iph we nm c>ri I yvh 11 zt *ul, <lni ma Bpl eel' 1 orn net «'fe: who ran rnc nm |iv. \ \ f ) t ,f,t >, i*r< priv^or, 4 qti .Htics v h i c h 1 i{•: and christian hut words are in- ■, to c> press the intan- ' '' " "!l ' * 3 n g H th1.' C r.• t like at- . jfj | Hi u Mb that l.i.'.vucd the | t'i: ; >ilited mother . ~ 1' ^rr.iaTTT -yr-TVB*^ < r-isassnaeE r: \*Rzrr--sfr trrj jr-ssBZsafiRssasD .•ntal i< .. n. etc , v, i i i;nn wet mem . y ol M i s. '■ life, will live in the 2 . .ill who knew and 1 iv- throu h the p.t - J . ■. lo . Miniate, and in- n , K i n t > a itii'licr noble 0 ft aKKaarr . 11 Ha i E 'kSw# * w .fciUWf/.v i iile w.i W . i * 111 \ ■ ml there are many jl ' "J lay who can truthful- ;B ! heir lives are better and • S c i i a eftil 1)reason «. l net* ■ ni e. What letter tri-;® • , l I ,n vet.: pay tlli- ■' ailuect & ,;:id motlier? ' ■ .-.innot rend 111 ;ys of I'rc iv w e liv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 June 1910

I Can Succeotil m . Iv. u OTHERS FOLLOW n o tore: IT IS YOUR RIGHT • To demand that the pharmacist who compounds your prescriptions use every possible care to get them right Not only must he try his best to get them right but lie must do it. No men professional or otherwise h.:\v a greater reponsibility placed upon them than do druggists. A Moment's Absence of Mind Might Cause Loss of Life. We only mention this to show you that we appreciate the necessity for constant vigilance and alertness. We use every precaution to guard against error. Our pre- scriptions are all put up by registered pharmacist,and items arc alwayscheckcd a second time as a safe guard, We know that the drugs in all our containers arc right for everything is bought to this end. We are prepared to fiil all prescriptons promptly, and r^t prices which are governed by the cost NOT THE SIZE of the unfinished product, If you have a formula that you have had difficulty in getting filled bring it to us. If we do not have...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 June 1910

tiJZ* / V In. v, tiii of Si Ai VI 1 0 !♦*< At co) UIJ of on fir. ve' il>l> «n iph « e Hn< en I wli II 7.1 * d, <1a; rnn «pl «cl 1 ,orn ruM He.' h!k ran rac run lv par N. avol lior?) I ho hlxtt d«v( porn font * hU An new tlon nlow A bit ■ 11(1(1 Vlltlt turn rturh lit or from of y> «t ate W he "now fhnt I hem hit hi that r n ( In tl I h i bulk lltwlo htro ihnpi Infill? Torn* irul < th i the i nrlRh unllK wim i l'H8(l ally ( mem I «>imo * slot A IM I Pint l.n rnllo north 111 t ut ho ol ho II md (I *iii |*Ir Apn nerel I shod intlor ipnko poke) prm i om*o Irani crU>«< . clvi nrbni ow c nth; I 1 ovc ow c 'Ictor ompa io an jro l> of c iat h 10 Ml such $tins (mini tuny r mo io an, i^o. *W P Ana; lit wj nso t, oak 111 undftj onda 9 KI C| PfT 'I' p u. plr! iht to V*' if n. I lu-inirifcion. hl«u-i)orry Cul, Hay- 1 hijft« rvd ho hi | > a 111 ind Kori'mn over that It vs.is a task for mo to turn o «'r in lifil My kldnoyn acted i very fn ciu**ntly, but t Ik* Kcc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 June 1910

FOUR GOOD. NEW SALADS Something Out of the Ordinary and Specially Nice and Appropriate for Luncheons. Tt><> Ingenuity of woman hns, oh yet, falleu to discover anything more up- proprlvte than a unhid to servo an re* Jresl.'oient at the alternoon or evening 1>:'.xty. Here are (our novelties for 8ucb occasions: Cherry Salad.—One pint can cherry one cup canned cherries, one "ilo*en pimento olives cut in rings, one Binall cupful or celery, one-half cupful of black walnuts, one envelope pow- derei gelatin. Heat cherry Juice to boiling point, over gelatin pour three tablespoonfuls of hot Juice, stir until dissolved, (hen add remaining Juice. When cold and beginning to thicken add other ingredients. Pour Into ob- long pan to mold. Serve in slices on let(uce leaf, with wafers and mayon- naise to which whipped cream has been generously udded. Will serve eight. Wholesome Vegetable Salad.—Cut two potatoes into dice. Mix with them uny vegetables on hand. Use peas or beans or corn, w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 16 June 1910

|r: MM f, LUFKIN, TEXAS . ^camsammoBs •72;iK5sc>rrK raraasHSHOMESB JOi53';sas?«r Wholesale and Retail Wines, Liquors and Cigars. With every Gallon Purchase—Case Goods-Half Pint Gratis. **& '/our patronage solictted. every Gallon Purchase-barrel Goods, One Pint Gratis, Courteous treatment to all v ■mc} V V 1)1 of Kl A M !>< Je Ai ro uc of on pr Ive |ph «r ,ph >«€ ft D on III «d, da rnn pl eel 1 prn rim rle «lit 'HI ac nu i'l v C ar N ol lie \n 'W >n > w or ba (Id tit rii nit tor nn w *to ho c\\ «t rrn Lhi lit t U Ik riot ro npf 1u« *PMl ll < 9 r i* r IK ll )lk« IS I no t V < •ml (no lo; M I mm if fo> rth It in* of ) II' 1 Hi I'lr. Wholesale Agents SCHLITZ Keg and Bottled Beer. The Shipping Trade a Specialty. All Orders Promptly Filled. ft ir . <ta'j.*V3. rjux rvmnwmr.o .* PRf(f: LIST-DELIVERED. Barrel Goods i !'or Four < hiarl; ()!il Saratoga, ( >Id Forester M tinnii'- Joel 11.brazier Civ in Rye Parker Rye XXX Pearl Rye Montreal Mait .... Bonni...

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