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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 June 1910

• f— " -rff-flftrfjf ■>' ttliterrC Jo ukiiv .r, 1901 .fit lite Alto. Tcxm\>sfofiKV. o.ssccowic uss Malt Mot fo r A f ofConjirrw Plnrch.v i 7« Volume X ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1910 Number 30 :H J >c y, its 129 NEW ACCOUNTS AT THE ALTO STATE BANK Since truck commenced to move this season v/c have securcd 129 new checking accounts from the > truck growers, and still tlv:y are coming to us, Our bank is open long hours for the accommodation of the farm* crs and we keep a big cooler of ice water for them, too. Your account is appreciated at this bank, acid it will be of great benefit to select this bank for your dealings. M. C. PARRISH, Pres. ffaerrr-r—• ia. .:-w: .••K.s-'i r*n< Verdict of Not Guilty. Alec Parr, ;i 3-01111 •; 1::.. 1 1 Jacksonville of ilMlt riii for the killing oi Jim crly near thai city U " A May 5.dli* I tried ami charge <>1 aecrddane evident • ■Veali;- eq nit ted Wont! on 1st. of A Serious Accident. , A serious and what camel' near proving ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 June 1910

ff mr . . ; Ic Of A f)f fe Ai ro til of on pr ve Pt* Kr Oh in •n vh lz. d, n in 'f 1 n ESI OF tl.'n ruin n* tbf rhlckoni ruuyn or the sheep on liie An American View of Great Brit- ain's Rule. LACK OF TACT CHIEF FAULT Native Rulers Are Unit In Their De- sire to Uphold the Authority of the British—Rule on Whole Is Just and Fair. (By Francis E. Clark, D (■ri-aldotit l-'nlted Society Endeavor nrc niotuoQtoun days In Indls I nm writing In early Ooci'iiibor, and wblle I write electlotm art- nt111 In progress In some parts of India for the members or the provincial lenl* latlvo rouncll, on a franchlso IiiisIh such as India has never known before For tin' flrnt time, millions of people in India will be represented In popular | methods I In their ! hillside I de titi* mean to say that these pro- pie are nliipld or sodden, but simply ; :|i t the> have such a fierce struggle I in hei p the wolf from the door, that tliey hav. no time to learn or strength to care whether they are ruled by the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 June 1910

at jflr* MODERATE OVEN THE BEST Potatoes Baked Therein Will Be More Satltfactory Than Where Oven la Very Hot. Baked potntnea nre n atnple article of diet In most families. They are Inexpensive and easy to prepare. Yet constantly hb they are used It Is rare to find one well baked—the akin la telthor burned or the contents are not Jnealy. Do not hare the oven too hot for baked potatoea. If they are done In a moderate heat for n longer time they will be more evenly cooked. Pricking the small end of a potato with a fork before putting In the oven "will keep the akin from bursting. A German cook noted for her de- licious baked potatoea washes them carefully, then rubs the akin with pure lard before putting them In the oven. They are much more delicate and tender all through when so cooked. A pleasant variety In baked pota- toea Is to skin them when raw, rub them over with a greased paper dipped In butter and bukod lu the or- dinary way. In serving baked potatoea they should be passed on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 June 1910

r \v ol gl A M I" le Ai ro tit of or pr ive ipl) «r ph Hn rn v| Hz ed, <la rnr Hp| •ci r iC rr no* rle h!K rai rac mu llv I>:ir N •vol tiorn t he ♦ lint" <1ev< HP'irn iforn Nvhlt An r^«uv Hon • low •pec « bit • llrill fVlltlC rum dtirli 1. tor ifroin of VI' fWhr "new that \ h«R1 litthe that on t 1 n 11 th. (hulk tunc! cm l)ieru phnpf Inflvx* foreat and ( the r ' thi* t- ttolKh iinliki «'IIH0 I filly < nirtnl •nine n Blot van I f-Mmm 4rnlloi tiorth cultur the «*! the lit find th •inplr* (i I \&il fnerelj dished, TiHtlon •wpoli •* I •pokor {term tacrine kleanil ftcrlhet A Civil Iharhnr tl«'W H nntli; t L In cvp fiew el (Vlolorl •roinpai Jthe am <ture In t of a (tlrnt Ki the me la sudd itUlHH Jpiuny ffinme i the ant ca*e. ' «iew r« or Auat iBut wi •enm- f apeak In !foundo< •cendat if* gro i Tin u: \i/ro III;wau> ANNOUNCEMENTS- AN NO! W! Ml NT M.i'.V. | For Conyi1 ^15-(X> ' I,v District < >iiic< s i< oo : I'n/ Countv < iffices 5.01) For Prcc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 June 1910

I -"wna—m — C. V. i ifst-class Boot and Shoemaker I'epairin:- u Spcci ilty All \V i k l'tompiiy Kxectited -ml Satis- faction i iuarantevi. Patronage Solicited. *> ? If P ?> \ ?, >B?r sr*l Two Door* Nortl J. K 5 L*AUk 1 Noblitt \ Ih of -emu iwrr> ai<-.i«w>- ■■ «•* • ■ t: A pirst -Class Job, our i 'iii;;,I.1':- :uiicr, IU IK W. S. 5.1M ficietit Ccuiit> i ]i:is about c.ii.ij did piece (<1 .. t! Antonio uud ill trom Alto. The grading, road. bed and drain. Mrs. Y. A. Wool; and Mr?. Martin of Dallas, and tin- children of George Woolf ol i 1 a ->!cn- S .reveport, La. are visitir i>' l S.iu j W. \V. WV.o'f on the Aii^e- i c;i ,i 'liua river, The Herald wishes! 1!them a splendid time while i /Ir nurturing N ' ■ f.!• huts' niarkct " Havel until he 'I'll J >. I: ri -III all the ■ •-■*■ in 'IVx.li t( til' * i .!f 1 i;il we pro ■ inn kit \ altie ol ''' «) per annum ' ' !'••'• (Iul'i- amiuall) "t r:i ■ in.'ucrial for tin "f i ..in! #. 'i.'.iOS.OOC irrrl • c and $ ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 June 1910

ii MSMVpiNPinK / I r c I lv 12 K IP w a c <11 G< Cl nr £< ,ei n. rl Hi ri rf iri If •V tio til. ♦ill <1e if o tfoi f*) / tlo •In •pi « I •ii« fvft )CU J <Ju !).«t ifro of ^tn |Wl "m th« tlir lilt tllH on *n th( dm! tunc, •tier ■hn Infl fori ami th« t!i* fit) I \inll was run ally mci nam n 1 was Kin i «rnt «iort cult ihe the find •mp I Af men H h« fiatli • poll •pok torn i« nR nlo o •orll • cl lharb tiow Inth ■n e fiow (Vict, iromj |tho I ture f of (that the i ill su ItUu itfmli Euin: nm< tho f cruMft, mew •r At iBut •flUf foiiW •cfnO i r « Til A ! TO llliKAl ii. I'ri pi ii i Chlor< fly. ii thus far Very f*.• w straw lints sei The mnn who rocks tho bout Ih hero CD schedule ilmo. Conservation el IiuIb In suggested to Xeiilictl Insect pests. Did you ever iidtleo how mucb lo- yal argument l pltlle? Manchuria Is tho Manschtinetti of tho Orient. Its beau crop dlil !t. OMESTiC AND FOREIGN IMPORTANT NEWS OF THE EN- TIRE WEEK REDUCED FOR BUSY READERS. CONDENSED AND IMPOR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 June 1910

Stories of the Fourth Recollections of Some Early Celebrations of Independence Day ■^IKE n Jolly little flrecrack- Ler going off In the Bolenin midst of a Fourth of July oratlou crackles a mirthful tradition anent tho slfrn- lng of the Declaration of Independence. During the breathless gathering about the table where lay tho eopch-ma- klng document awaiting tho signatures that meant the life or death of a new It happened that Charles Car- roll of Maryland jostled elbows with Carter Uruxton of Virginia, the for- mer a thJn, angular gentioman of skimpy pattern; the latter built on 4jroad lines, luxuriantly padded, tip- ping the scale at 170 pounds. "W611, Mr. Carroll," Uruxton chub blly grinned, "the British say they will hang us as rebols If they catch us. If they do, I will have greatly ■the advantage, for as I am heavy, my J .neck will be broken at once, while I i (ear you will dangle In the air and Hlftng on for some time.' It Is the cherished pride of Virginia ktbat the declarati...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 June 1910

mIMS#* $ - ■' ' ■:: ^*9mm" * u:1 MANCEY LUFKIN. TEXAS ttcseobxi r mssr*t ;. Wholesale and Retail Wines, Liquors and Cigars. With ?verv Gallon Purchase—Case Goods-Half Pint Gratis. With every Gallon r'uiakiiu.—ocouo, One Puit Oiatis, Your patronage solictted. k< Courteous treatment to all VI ; oi. llc Aocnts SCHLITZ Keg and Bottled Beer. - The Shipping Trade a Specialty. AHOrdcis Promptly Filled. T«J VJnr.*VM0U rmgifnritt*— C- A S Per I?our ' )uart i k i( i: ust-deuyerki). Goods ( )'ul >■ i:at< jl;a, Old Forester Mil nun's Tocl ]!. I1 r. zier Cream Rye Parker Rye XXX Pearl Rye Montreal Malt — Bonnie Ryi Peach Ih.imly Apple hi an ly (htceli Bee s'i oo 6 of) 6 oo 5 ck ) C ( ' > 5 (' .S ( 4 cv> •1 ' > .] to • I OO A OO ;<• •r- -t V* <■$ <4 f- J • IV w>. p >• .sa ■•r:-; v- ^ • r— « w: y- j Vw :r- y. ,- •*r. •*. *" ■ .# ' v. ,« jir v* • • - v j ;r. V. y :r. <* '■ . r* • y... •'r; y-v v* (j ".. j •r;.i v* > * V- J f* r* >*>' V* «• s# 't- y.-j sr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 June 1910

pure lard before putting them In the I " """"" """ oven. They ar* much more delicate I Doa.n 8 KI(liPy Pills and when I had "How did you manage It?" If i« A I «%«• n InttMM SUPPLEMENT The Alto Herald SUPPLEMENT u. Joi.. X ALTO, TEXAS, JUNE 30. 1910 No. 30 Nothing Like It in Alto. If there is anything that luakes us sick and disgusted it Is a 16-year old boy cream- peaded, sasaparalla faced dude nth loud socks and tie, with jants rolled ten inches above e tops, hair .parted iu the Imiddle and pasted down with l.vitch hazel, a hat six inches |jn diameter stuck on the uorth- e^y. corner of his cocoanut a Icigarette in the southwest side |of his mouth, his hands jam- led far down iu to a pairot peg- I leg trousers and refvriug to his father as the "old nun" and [to his mother as the "old hen". God should b- mercif ul to these mental misfits and remove them from theearth before they burden the stale by becoming an inmate of one of the insane I asyluins.-Corrigau Index This same young "in...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 June 1910

ah thry do | very fur in giving iudia to th« Id* J Rinnl • VVVIMtiVU* A IIUV4 already Lad two operations, a 11 <i I on dl !• d n t tl tlO! rat ICO . ncriou tw- in of nffalrs. great wealth. TllK ALTO HERALD E. K. AIJJ'IN, Proprietor. \V!iii pays fov the advertis- ing of 1110:elmuts and other business 11 r 11? Nut the adver- tiser, f >r the co t is returned to huii two-fold in increased profits. Not the purchaser, SUBSCRIPTION RATES One War 50 Six Months 2s All subscriptions arc payable in r 1 1 • _ . r_ .. . i,„ . 1 .. 11 1 . fur lie bu vs cne-iper lrom the advance. No name will Ik. put • 1 on the i«H.ks until paid for. ' advertiser and has a better as- sortnieut and fresher goods to When your home merchant gcicct fruUIi Who then, really has the goods, buys your pro- JViVS fOI t}u, advertising bills, duets iroui ;,ou, assists you The uon-adveriscr, of course, w en you a ein a "tight,' and A just proportion of the mon* is doing everything possible ev he loses by his lack of in- ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 June 1910

the life or death of a new | estimation of the vlrtuoua and noble. >iudiu inrouiiii the land. Little drops of water pourx ed into the milk gives the milkniau's daughter lovely gowns of silk. Little grains of sugar mingled with the grocer's sand makes the gro- cer's assets swell to beat the hand. Little bowls of custard, humble tho.igh they seem, ht'p enrich the fellow selling pure ice cream. Little rocks and boulders, little chunks of slate, make the coal man's fortune smietning fietce .and great. Little ads. well written,' printed nice and ueat, gives the joyful merchants homes on Easy street.—Walt Mason in Farm and Ranch Reviews. A Woman'* Great Idea is how to make herself attrac- tive. But, without health, it is hard for her to be lovely in face, form or temper. A weak, sick- ly woman will be nervous and ir- ritable. Constipation and Kid- ney poisons show in pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched complexion. But Elec- tric Bitters always prove a god- send to women wh...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 30 June 1910

trktl of Oklahoma before ntnlehood. As a tribute to i" Howard T. an Investigation of ttcitmlal and closed with an Investigation of Ktandttl, rame (<> nu *1111 o.t IX o'clock Saturday v.uuuiy jim koikih. A tornado swept the country near I'arvln, Denton County, and destroyed • • - - i . r> w vf in Speaking Dates I request my fiiends t o make it known that I will make peaches at the follow- ing named places: Ifemphill, (W. < >. W. picnic) July 2. Center, Monday, 1 u 1 y 4, at 2 p. in. Carthage, Thursday,Jnlv 7 at the Barbecue. Nacogdoches, Saturday, July 9, at 2 p. 111. Huntington, Monday, July 11, at 2 p 111 Lufkiu, Tuesday, July 12, at 2 p. 111 Burk, Wednesday, July 13, at 2 p. 111. Diboll, Wednesday, July 13, at 8 p. m. I'ollok, Thursday, July 14 at 2 p. 111. A1 tc , Friday, July 15, at 2 1 p. 111. Rusk, Saturday, July 15, at 2 p. m. Martin Diks. Miss Florence Farr, who has for several months been in the Mi 1 :ary department of Blauton Brothers, has re- turned to lier...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 July 1910

miHPQH volume X ,C £ * C be Blto 1Werald Cftlcrfc1 lomioiv> 8f iooi .ot the Alio, TcxaPostoffice. 'is ScciVi ftf i us * M o 11M a 11 e r A<-1 o f Conares> Plarcli.v 187«> ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JULY 7, 1910 Number 31 Over 150 new accounts. Over $20,000,00 increase in deposits since last statement made to the to the Department of Banking. We thank the many new cus^ tomers for selecting our bank, and cordially invite those who have surplus funds to come to our bank to deposit. THE ALTO STATE BANK, 'The Farmers Bank Always." Man Killed Under Wagon. F Lindale, Texas, July 6.— Enoch Lake was instantly killed here this morning. He was on his way home from town with a load of pcach crates on his wagon, his team was frighten by a passing train and he was thrown out and the wheels of. the wagon crushed his head. He was dead before anyone reached llim. Press reports indicate that the entire country is planning to wage a strenuous war upon the exhibition of moving pic- ture of the ...

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

* ■Pj.pm&v III1I -M" • ■n E2HPMB c n P l> u ll t( 11 ll g! ill 11 Si II h ei pl u el il <1 ft K1 II •hi r< m id: *>1 r< K< 111 t 111 ai I" IX ci P< ft ""I P 1 R0F1TABLE DAIRYING By" HUGH G. VAN PELT Dairy Expert Iowa State Dairy Association Problems Up to Dairymen I Willi nil the great advantages Hint dairy fanning presents, It has without us disadvantages, nml iniiny «>r lliem, ii Hi '1 Hi'1 farmer w'lio nntlcl- Biai.-M i nt'TK.fi dairying <h ii business must not do ho ultli tin) Idea Hint fbero Is nothing to ho found In the buslm* except profits The dairy cow is inoro nearly an (trltnrlal being than any other ntil mil In Ik* found upon tho lurni for, iib ti mil I (i r of fart, there was a time luiicn her whole and sole duly was to |hcK< i n likeness of herself and pro •luce milk lu quantities only suflldent ly large for thr sustenance of ln*r off • pring mid often for period of only Ore or > ix niontliH. when tin' youngster «* * weaned and comp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 July 1910

V PUTTING UP THE PINEAPPLE Only Proper Method of Preserving Thla Fruit, as It Should Bo Done, In Slices. Cut In slices, using always a silver knife, or. If you work rapidly, a steel one, dipping It every moment or two in a pan of cold water by tho dlsb In ■which you aro cutting the fruit This 1b essential, as the acid of the pine makes tho steel corrode very quickly, imparting a disagreeable taste to the fruit After slicing, peel carefully, using a pineapple snip If you will or the point of the knife to remove every particle of the "eye." Core and welgn. Allow three-quarters of sugar to each pound of fruit Sprinkle the sugar over the sliced fruit, which on no ac- count should be left in tin, and let etand over night In the morning turn pineapple and tho thick Juice ■which covers It Into the preserving kettle, adding for each pound of fruit • quarter cupful of wnter. Cook ten minutes, take out the slices without breaking, and spread on a platter In the sun or In the oven while the si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 July 1910

Ml c n P 1) ti ti 11 li B a1 11 B II h «• F t a I «> 1 t i 1 s I d < ANNOUNCEMENTS. ANNOl'N'CKM I'NT 1 I\KS. For Congress For District < Mhccs For County ' 'l'1 1: Fur Piccincl (Hlicts s 1 5,(X> 10.00 S.00 THK ALTO 11 Kl« A1-1 > I-]. K. AI.LKN. Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTl«'N HATES | 1 )ne Year . •5° six Months Wo are authorize nouncc the fol date.1. for the 1111 c 1 c 1 which their names appear, -ill subject to tin- ve n't of tin- | ])emocratic Primary . }'or Renresi: 11; 1! w C,,-<.rtI). Terrell I-or I i■ 11 ii I Alio: iv '■ W. 15. (ViJl'INN L-'or ]\>i liia Cl' i'1 W M Kllis '•'01 SI ■ iiIT Goo. T. Bradford F. C. 11 >red) Marliu Miller Dial For C'oiinly J«1 > 1 vv Frank Gibson l 'o: C' imt \ Altoi ik \ lolin 15. ' 11111111 J W Frencli I'or County M. Y. Burton F. 1 ). Spiuks II II PowelJ lv S Jones ]oe < >. Summers For Tax A - A R Mvli til l vY.dterlv, Slo.ni A <) \Y. Frederick 1'" S Sew.ill P. B.Musslcwhite For T ix Colli .: 1) I) Singleury Fol Treasu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 July 1910

— PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE STATE CONSTITU' TION AUTHORIZING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A HOME FOR WIVES AND WIDOWS OF CONFEDER^ ATE vSOLDIERS AND SAILORS. IIousk Joint Resolution No. 7. Joint Resolution to amend Section 51 of Article 3 of the Constitution of the State of I exas, as amended in 1901, so as to authorize the grant of aid in the establishment and maintenance of a home for the disabled and dependent wives and widows of Confederate soldiers and sailors and such women as aided the Confederacy, and making an appropria- tion. Bi* it Rksoi.vi-i> by the Statu ov Texas: Section 1. 1 hat Section 51 of Article 3 of the Constitution of tlic State of 1 exas, as amended in 1903, be so amended as to hereafter read as follows: Article 3, Section 51. The Legislature shall have no power to make any grant or aiithori/2 the making of any grant of public mouey to any individual, associations of in- dividuals, municipal or other corporations whatsoeveri pro- vided, however, the Legislature may...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 July 1910

' M* im r Q-rrm hi iiiwwunniwi 'I HI; ALIO Hl.kAI I 1.1. All IN, Proprietor AU'O, I K\AS JACK I0HNS0N WINS AN EASY BATTLE Seu that fly? Kill Mm! ^ With all IiIh faults, a fly doesn't bother one as much us does a mos- quito. They are fighting l Nicaragua. but why they are lighting no onu seems to 'know, Iilnndes arc becoming fewer, accord Sng to statistics. So many aru "let- ting It go back dark,' nowadays. The Individual census cards make Irs high. And the r «r uj) presumably Is tho top THE WHITE MAN HAD NO CHANCI AFTER HALF DOZEN ROUNDS. LASTS ONLY FIFTEEN ROUNDS TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS EVENTS BOILED DOWN G'cat Demonstration of Failure F ibliter to "Come Back." of It 1* announced bv the Postmaster General that, In order to tryout the scheme, twenty Ave postal savings banks will be established In the lulled States 011 September 1st The application to organize the Cen- tral Texas National Hank of Waco, J Tex , with a capital of $300,000, has been approved In Washington. J. W. Alexunder...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 July 1910

--V, wwsui an&t Imms -fiwow fioj/vr | HAT which is rare In the world of nature la always richly prised by man, be It some Strange fantastic form, some exotlO , growth, or some very beautiful blotflto. The atonecrop, tho -eage-bntah and the captus have -claimed California for their own, ling out Into tho desert-lands Me to the eastward, and climb- (i.V«r tho foothills of the Sierras, jiejrytnurk the boundary of fer- i clothe the nakedness of ^^kOd soll-serac with a spurl thus by the artemlslas, artlas, dudleyas, opun- Blllarlns is the wilderness Dm. Hut It was not to |« marvels on the mesaR, as of the chapparral that 'one afternoon to Del Mar, ie station near San Dl- I on the top of n high cliff hMb of the blue Pacific days I had steeped my Mights of tho woods and companionship with llgs that creep, and gath- Dd there fragile fragrant now the rarest tree In Ide world had called to Isolation; the report of Bus characteristics, Its It* picturesque habitat detailed, and so one when ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 July 1910

/I N. B. CtiANCEY LUFKIN- TEX*§ 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. t* Your patronage solictted. «.< Courteous treatment to all Wholesale Agents SCHL1TZ Keg and Bottled Beer. The Shipping Trade a Specialty. All Orders Promptly Filled. PRICE LIST—DELIVERED* Case Goods (Per Four Quarts) < >]d Saratoga, ()ld Forester Mu unu's Joel Ji. Frazier Cream Rye Parker Rye XXX Pearl Ry Montreal Malt. Bonnie Rye Peach Brandy Apple Brandy Otieeu Bee S6 oo 6 oo 6 oo OO Oo OO oo 4 oo 4 OiS $ r- •T- m M Pa? ■V$ SS V * r >• * ;r- >■• v v*rs- >' V , r-- •r- •*r- >• v sif.t1 Barrel Goods (Per Gallon) Old Saratoga 56 Parker Rye 6 Joel B. Frazier 1; Chad BufTord 4 Philadelphia Club 4 Old Roman 4 Montreal Malt 4 Stony Ford Golden Grain Old Granger 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Inioerial Ports, Sherries, Clarets, Champagnes, etc, Always on Hand. Schlitz Bottled Beer, S11....

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