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

over uibuu iu iuo uiu«u'" and the thick Juice m ij !■ ncariy evci/ icuicuj M a I-tL Imaginable without I Q PPLEVIENT \\ >l.. X The Alio Herald ALTO, TiiXAS, U'LY 7. 191c SUPPLEMENT X< >. 31 Mary's Lamb. Mar : id a liu!-.' lamb, its hveee \ while .is s 11 <>\v; it 'rayeu ;tv nr summer day whet'C 1 :1 >S sijotlid tie\ ' T '.Ml. And it her quickly 1 Ma7\f£\- , s<ri-lined front her i*ycs nevr found the nn'b bet . :c .lie did not ad - vcrtise, \ud Marv luid a ■ >: 'tiler \ '1 i ■ -pi 1 \ j 1! i .;<• st"!r; lit hint dow 11 and uinkt'd a ;•!j<<_•, iti . watched I he Mpe'.i . 11, \ : 1 in I iir people p«ls ' along, Hid did not stop t< S"v, jolm still sat and sn;i kt hi ■ pipe, and blinked lii- \ r•, p. .And 1 tlr slurii ... 1 him out, i 1' st :ii lie 1 ■ ed near, ..'id M 1 r\ came it; to drop a syinpalhelii 'ear. ''Ilow is it, lister, i' ■ 'ii tell, wliv tllel^la,! V : • V&Q0 t hi ive : rom yt 1 \ ear.'1 Re- iiK nilici i,.g lie 1 1 bid luck, 1 he maid...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 July 1910

(MVIIU i«i WIUWI Vila «•«*« • ■•"**•1 I , calf; but II I" | worth 10 ttt birth. and further allow j piece of black attektni plMtwr Jfclld | IgMMIMJ 1 Co- lli >110 irn f d U re* ler In yn 1 I r i f I n lir i f n ov he h< iri fr pe ov in ro\ TIIK ALTO I IKK AM) K. K. ALLKN, Proprietor. SUBSCRIPT KIN KATFS t (in- War , . Sin Month* . i,S \11 -.ubseripttolls ;u< payahli- in advance. No iianu will In put nil tin txjoks until panl lot . Tin- following is from a Missouri farmer's address be- fore :t fanners' institute: "As a i tilt* the fannct knows no firmer friend tlian the country press. The home p.ipet is distinctly the fanner's own paper, supported directly or indirectly by tile farmeis who compo e the backlwmc of the prime 's subscription list, at d largely for what the enter prisirj merchant advertise. Now. brothers, let us not for get our friends. Let tls see that our subscription is paid b-fore the first of January, and a year in advance if we can afford it. The man or th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 July 1910

Anger 1b worse than minre pie nt midnight as a digestion destroy;!-. Connty Land Congresses. A mass meeting will lie held nt Carthage today for the pin pose of organizing a county land congress and de- velopment campaign for Pan- ola connty. Judge S. A. Lindscy, president o f t '1 e East Texas Industrial Con- gress, has been invited to at- U. C. V. First-class Boot and Shoemaker |{c|Miirinii 11 Specialty All Work Promptly Executed and Satis- faction Guaranteed- Patronage Solicited. % J . II, 1JARFIELD, \ Miss Ruby M iicklerny a conference and the Carthage spent ]ast vveek with her sister date is the most convenient Mrs. Rd Birdsong, in Nacog- tinie and place for such meet- doches county. . . , We have moved, but still is the vice u„ 1 at t},e R. Morrill tend this meeting and will dol Houston, and probably othes. so. He has mailed a letter to "The president thinks it is the yice president of the East very important that the vice ^Texas Industrial Congress in presidents and such of th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 7 July 1910

In Clnreudon. Mr. Alexander claimed ilic deduction of being the olduat Ma- I *"• * * ber of immigrant aliens admitted at Two were killed and three othera I a" P01"'8 of th« United «t — -rr Hie Trot/1) Fair Troup, T*xa'. 1111 \ to l'lii' Tioup Coin in i hi . i v Fail, " Inch is tlie bi^ mnua! t*\ cnt ni;ii• .iImivc all >>tin-; tilings tin- >u< iitiuii ni tli fanners (ji S< ii t li« i n Smith, Ni.rt 'lie r n CI • ;• kce ami \\ c-vrn Rusk C1 ni!! ;os einbiact s \\ < di v- ay and 'I'llarsdav, ]n 20 and :. 1' 1 ''.pects are very prom- isin 1 <>i .1 "show" that wilt cihpse a I previous refolds. I '1 Jin 111.t tecs in- all busy w ill* ihi' iiccicss.in arraii; etm ni>. m l 1.11 inns advi is 11 . • with tin- 0 iit ir. Hat it.:. 11; lav- o:able m on ., tin-ir exhibits wd! In- 1H• 111 1 i i.an CM'! i fore. I III' si t'!h ii| tilt* 1 \ : 1; 1) 11s t'lir'i aces i^rieuliural 1 11 d li a lie n 11n 1 ii products, . 1 v e- stock, poll.Ir\ alii' ]n : nUk>; and theii is a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 July 1910

/r waBBmeMaaeas* (Lhc Blto IHerald CntfiTf'imhibiv^S, I90l.otlh« Jtyto.TcvaPo tat'icr. osSeocwdC u.s.*1«llQ<itlo.r>r|OfConores (larch V U7<> FpLUl^E X ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 14. 1910 Number 32 The Alto State Bank ALTO, TEXAS Capital, Cash on Hand, - $10,000.00 40,000.00 The - Farmers' ■ Bank/ M, C. PARRISH, President M. E. McCLURE, Vice President T. D, MILLER, Cashier ' ORDINANCES Be it Ordained, by the Town Council of the Town of ■ v Alto. Texasi Art. 85.—The fire limits of the town of Alto shall be \s follows, to wit: All that •ortion of the town of Alto in- luded and embraced within he bounds and limits as here- inafter mentioned and set forth, and all the land, streets, alleys and buildings situated and being within the said bounds, are deemed and con- sidered as within the fire limits of said Town, viz; Beginning in the center of San Antonio Street crossing the St. L. S. W. Ry. Cos. track, thence south with said track 300 feet a stake for corner, thence cast on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 July 1910

« t 1 ( \ t t t t t t 1 c s t I r. a I ti I n li n c a t d n 0 o b •« hi It i.. i U0.MIII U! Ill lo grow ii II.. TI of greii throng tllOIlt ll Ciis'iu 1.1 Ur mi i •« by ir appei always I •(JVlTlls thnt b:i «(s l)i palmed The I) 1)01 but lit pl friends l>i i'l [ ISli'lll iimilb r«< by I I great successi Oil lll<' 11 IIS I IS | II • ting fiiki* table! All ex- un ,'ss of ii worthy nun* nale that ho* in is Caiuh t'athar- i ■ curd I ilic result fully made known ulvertlslng and the iniiilondatlon glveu and users, •s, trade pl- ellng public. m similar 111 ROFITABLE DAIRYING By HUGH G. VAN PELT Dairy Expert Iowa State Dairy Association What the Dairy Cow Has Been Doing I in n to CarcarotH. Cure fthoulrt • . \«-reis< <1 in purcliaHing wfll • (I good?-, cHpfclally an articlo a national s;11«• like Cancar- i not allow a Hibatitutu to l>8 jfl on you. • • t man at a wt <)<llng Is tho ho Isn't gottlug married. Cut tl«« you, if \ let "A" AntonU The i for niati Oon«tlpn fciV...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 July 1910

B&jjp ■ | - i ■ --WWggl W'l : -.avBsm&m wa^yyi^atwr-- mm / GOOD FROZEN DISH MOUS8E ALWAYS WELCOME ON SUMMER DININQ TABLES. H«« No Superior as a Hot-Weather Delicacy—Point to Bear In Mind la Length of Time Needed In Preparation. There nra two forms of mousses flulte distinct from each other In make, but both prepared In the same way by freezing without the tiresome ■work of turning the crank of the freezer. Although the labor of pre- paring the mousse Is slight, It takes a long time for the freezing, so If the mousse Is to be served at dinner at night It should be made In the early morning. The name mousse Is de- rived from tho mossy appearance of the frozen dish. In freezing pnek In equal pnrts of lco and coarse salt. A point to ro- inember In freezing the mousse Is to make the lid of the mold brine tight by rubbing It with melted fat. Among the sweet mousses are maple, cara- mel, vanilla, almond, coffee and fruit mousses of every sort, as well as neupolltan and those wlih n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 July 1910

■ ''n .. i3v A TIIK ALTO 111!K A i-I > i;. [•:. Ai.l.i.v. I>r« | rit lor. SUBSinil'ilON RATES One S'ix Months . . All stil' ■] adv.-tnct (in tin- ' < i,(k \i, nkws Farm and Factory IlilllK 111 Ii1 J' ml Jeffrie late Rt' been Sii" than his < in a Ioni preach in iSatioiial ])io while man an which \s' share of spoils in the aid to have m ore father ha ; earned haul liieliiitc of It is a scandal of iji.iitions that a a lie tiro Hen McNeil of Rusk, was a visitor here last Saturday. Robt. Paine and daughters were here from Douglas last Monday. F. C. Agnew came in Mon- day to spend i lew o.ivs v. it.'i j ,ju maItfr (>f Kra<;r ,,j -lock In llliiioi« the cut''' ■'c «r>rth $3*08 |i'r head and in Tfx * iu.7it per bead. Tc\n lias 8,704,000 hci'I of catllr, valued at 8J.'t0,aoi>t>6. Jt it a renrnrk- | Me fiv'i iliat 'J'cxi«s has 4h« l>r«t Kiiilr of cattle ol an> -tatc, but for ♦ icinomic reasons (all* to realize iheir | value It i^ poks Me that the Tex l farmer i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 July 1910

fcflfe" SZmrV&ir" 111 11 Fa.merss1 Union Encanipment. Following is the program to be rendered at the Farmers Union Kncampinetit: Fiiisf dav julv 27 10 a. uj. Music by Rusk band. Called to order by President. Prayer by Chap- lain. Address of Welcome by W. M. Imboden. Resjx)iise by Rev, J. P. Lane. io:T,o a. in. "The Farmers' Union as a Business Organ- ization," by Hon. Iv. A. Cal- vin, ex-President of Farmers' Union of Texas, Houston, Texas. Noon rccess two hours. 2. a, in. "The Agricultural Journal as a Factor in Agri- cultural Development," \Y. B. Whitman, Ivuilor Farm and Ranch, Dallas, Texas, 3 p. in. "Fast Texas the Garden of Fden," by Iyouis j. Wortham of Fort Worth. \ p. 111. Good Roads and Prosperity, Hon. Sam A. Lindsey, Tyler, Texas. 4:30 p. in. Base ball game between the Liuwocdaud Red- lawn teams. SECOND DAV, JULV 28. 9 a. 111. Music by Rusk baud. 0 to 10 a. 111. "Talks on Farm Topics,'' by farmers and others interested. 10 a. 111. "Co-oberation IJe- tween B u s i n e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 July 1910

Till \I.TO I i' lv ka 1.1 If you hnv<> any ground" for com- 1 IhIM, dissolve them. 11 sky full of fly- long. All signs point ti ing machines before. A Philadelphia 1111111 h(°''5 ,l"' ro0' from u church, and I'lttsburg 1h Joal- Some day this part of the ronntry will g"t mad and clean up with Modi- cine Hal. No man In an automobile should ro gnrd himself ns a licensed killer of Mm kind. When churches selei t pruss agents they should seek thorn outside of the- atrical ranks England has Invented luminous golf halls for tho<,.< who up- afrnld to hole out In the <l.-irk SPREAD OF CHARBON TQ BE PREVENTED 6T0CK QUARANTINE IS DECLARED AGAINST THREE COUNTIES AND LOUISIANA. THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS LOST Sanitary Commission to Protect In* fected Territory and Rest of State. TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS A/ EVENTS BOILED DOWN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAPPEN- INGS SERVEO UP IN AT- TRACTIVE STYLE. Ban Am: gellc effor tin ti t epidonih this > i nr in J- Inc. upon root In, July Ul Stlllli| III.Il...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 July 1910

n0RS5bfe^fc^a h«. ■>**!*.'•- -jr^r5 Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America SLWOKSL SCf£>i3 i F the wool clip all over the United States should bo reduced for the year 1910, as It has been In Ari- zona, where the clipping Is done earlier than In other sections of «lie country, the market will be high. I Arizona had tho earliest clip In Its " history this year. Tho clip Is usual- ly at its height In Salt River valley nd In othor sections of the territory «bout the middle of February, where- as this year the sheep were all shorn •nd on their way back to the hills on •S*ebruary 12. The Hocks wintered kwell, but owing to the cold weather ||he grass on tho ranges continued jjBfy. and as a result the quality of the (Spool was Improved, while the output Was cnrtailed. So pronounced was this shortage in tho clip that instead of tho influx of several hundred thou- ,nd of sheep Into the clipping con- j*b of the Salt River valley, tho num- irs could be counted by the thou-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 July 1910

V M_«* • i".-!-.«j«t .-■••-'I- - . * "** " J "•, V"! ~ "* rair SS# ' ■-: 'II ,AJ.f i pi" / ing A froi oui 8 will < Im N pnn bis W the] utrl K ball out T Iirln 111 JO A HlH l>aw N peg) t'VPI Pi Hut tlnu . "I plrm putt 1.1 that not port Or ore I tin i OHt \ <<1 • Hut Willi' "S will •ft col "iirtl lm now Mi> it nthoi retm. Ne on ll Meol Nut hang "T fully tciri,' tills cuHq nte? Tb retdd nove have fvor night Me pprtw nam bo si conic ngnlr. Scl Hint aro than me 1 Impa Tin smok tread pri'ce jtnp RllllO A great Wllltf ihnt tnko the t Tr« State r an to IS SUt li ISP.I jcror ' LUFKIN. TEXAS riwi Wholesale and Retail Wines, Liquors and Cigars. With every Gallon Furchase--Case Goods-Half Pint Gratis, With every Gallon Purchase-barrel Goods, One Pint Gratis. Your patronage solictted. l* Courteous treatment to all Wholesale Agents SCHLITZ Keg and Bottled Beer. The Shipping Trade a Specialty, All Orders Promptly Filled. 1 li I ( I: LIST—DELI V ERE I). Case Goods (Per Four Quarts) (...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 July 1910

-Jvea iruiu .. 1 box. FoBter-.Muuu^ , There are novstP4 v ^ voice of |W*U' • tlitto 1 i* tut 1.1 u h ♦ •" • Vi.ftl** ... • .1 irtitt i-rUt- <«Wtl 4 * •III* i in. • IK* up rt?4 goel rtui id It pi uj SUPPLEMENT 1 Vol. X ■ ■• ■ '-r— The Alto Herald ALTO, TEXAS, JULY i j. iguf SUPPLEMENT No. 32 Baptist N'ltos. 4^ Palestine Church v ill omv duct ■ a fiw ti ivs 1) - ;iiinio _■ Saturday, July 16. Alt. Zi >n Church will follow with :i fl\ ,',1 davVfnly 24th ' At b I ebuiahes *■ I .. 1 1 meeting, ginning Sua both these ill beheld twi^ef;>dt|'ily—at 10130 a. 511. m., with dinner an Jgrounds, Meetings will be held al Alt'. Chinch five nights, beginni Wednesday, n Jnh 2; 'a'.tor Mure will I ) reach i: 1 till) : . which are preparatory t - llie i«S|B^ainp iiit*evin;. ■ :u I. I'A I i!\ or -ill ■ill Teething' childicn have 111- • I r less di .1 •' • conti'oli' '• . • Odie and 1 y All thai to give til. at i • r ea-'di 1 I t I'.iive',- n. ore t lien e.i >tor ti e -stem. I rlaint's Co , i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 July 1910

Knm « that lined by the de*«lop«r ; receive at the hand* of theee feeder*. . t * - ■* A a I ^ « W — * - -- .alala *m ( kflAiltli* ' * *' * * Jim. j jest levoted their I'lturlH u[ i)Q9( cattle who have twwn I K-"- II-miIKMx" ~-1 —'' 1 laxative lfl|\£ Joj^ OH I by I u <lu< rod ink lor I lr 0 I t I bc< iiro Jn raej thi [o h ip t ity null hr> 1 l 'nuts mid bocf ich kej lly b u ko id tr I HU Krea nt a da I am 1th t i bo T i:. i On. \ Six M All ud \. on t "Con t.; Tli. Set t! K ii' Oft. I'm Wl IV It ALIO HKKALD \I.I.L\, I'roprirlor. ! iCHII'TlON KATES . . <• V 25 Jltidllf are puyillil. Ill So name will '* put ks until paid for. ■ 1 int draw haik the cttr- a:tounded each other's .<! heart and spirit, \ li.it --j«tii tin- action xive:- -liouiil find ii better, ill We jllllji*- We should. ' 1 •1 \ k i .icli other better, iml', understood." S. til iht peach seeds th a' ntii- i roil) y<>iti orchard. Ntr ■ y11)c*11 want them unci will pay yon .i fair price foi tneni. 11 ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 July 1910

% ml youug farmer to ko Into debt tor the w y- farm machln<>rw h — Attention Republicans fcksonville Texas, July 9.- j |i red ion of t lie Republi- ;County Executive C0111- Eee, notice is hereby given I, I' r i in a r y Conventions be lield m all precincts j Cherokee county, on July to. Candidates wishing fcir names to go before said piiary ccnventions must fe notice to the county Ifainnau prior to holding pri- wiry conventions; delegates ■tin.' ccunty convention will « elected at the primary con- Sutions. ■ Notice is also given that a [legated county convention f called to meet in the city : Jacksonville Texas, 011 July £>, 1910, at 2 p. m For the purpose of verify- ing returns from primary lections, election of countv nairtnan eiectio.t of a county Ixecutive committee, nomina- tion of a county ticket, and the election of delegates to the state convention and del legates to districts conventions. ■Can participate in any eon- BVention in lllis stale. CHARLES K.ADAMS. Chairm...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 14 July 1910

— * * m V 10 the Bir ti by vNl) LOCAL M;WS \\\ F. Rod.-ers <>i Wech\,"j w iiiu; on th \ I ■ BB?• * STAMPg I)i • <>f Rusk. i ' « ' i,vn S i t urd iv two m>i j ,,^7,ATVVUVWMW' pentSa ,v lit: re. 'ton L.l!s u, :riV v.rown. H ' Wc h:Vvc jmu rccti;.,i ... , . ( our !> tt pe r lor Rubber J Cliarkv Willis spent n fc« ««*<"« } S.ump nudum- ..ml ,v (lns in i Id. .i list m-ck. <" Auijnu j pr.|uml lu mnkc o I G. ( pent .i week, ti) M .tiiicf. I lent y i' y ll.'ivi ant friends * .11 n! familv .mi ■ 'in;* to <11 men's Soy -' n ,i cheap for th- next days !,crv "" ten d. \ , . 'Mm.' I ' the Ah tru u ts ol W . P. buil iin. Mid j e yo i a 1 j ir- ' j'ain. 1 in«; ► oi stamps of the hi-..;lit t cjnalitv at the in i re a -onabe price-. / I'or piK'CN wrjtv 'CHARLES US H E F Hm ■ . Ma:,, s Jacksonville, Texas viu i nd iam- ii: ned from r. l-.tHV union , throughout' *" with K iu.< >s 11 1 > nntry are . 11<t;v;y begin- ning prepiration • (• r the; J. B. GUINN ee.-'ln ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 July 1910

rnmmatmmmtBKM 7/i f, s3 "%• 7 "6^1 itnli-rrc' laniKiivi.il, l!)()l ,nl llio rtllo. To\u 'ostof'i<v. (i*S«"( On<li iiss 'l.ilIflollcr i ofConurcs> Mnrrh.V i«7«i Vol. i'm i'. X ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1910 Number 33 Jacksonville, Texas. July 16, 1910. Mr. M. C. Parrish, Alto, Texas. Dcor Sir & Fricndi— I herewith acply for $1,000.00 stock 111 the Alto State Ba«ik._ Your last bank statement looks good to me and I have no fear but that you will make it one of the best banks of any small town in Texas. With best wishes, I am, Yours sinccrely, C R. Perry.. "A child's among ye takin' notes, An' faith he'll print 'cm." Jim Summers was down from Rusk last Sunday. Wyatt Norman transacted business here last Saturday. R. F. Walker transacted business in Forrest yesterday. Mrs. L. W. Tittle of Rusk, was a visitor here yesterday. Airs. Win. J. Wood is visit- ing with Forrest friends this week. S. R. Kelley of Douglas, was in the city recently look- ing after business interest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 July 1910

IH a J ,rj Ii ]>)nl A lug A froi out. Si will «lne N V nr< his \\ lllO) nlrli r 'mil >ut t: irlti nol V) •er P; lit up < "I ns t( THE 0 A Corner in Ancestors rn«np and t< -and t> 1n*\ txxik i lively pn an.I mar •XfX drib Ih .in h> : 11'! tin ii are k. but K in nnd in iail; :h tlun Pr p U*k.« «•' iirvt an Mn ful fi w bin in have cause wo don't K«'t. lo bo thank isiinuauonci< pcnasen- tirely upon the condition ot the stomach. I( yours is wo.ak take a short course of the Bitters. It i>revents Indigestion, Dyspepsia, (jramps an J Diarrhoea. Br r.LEANOR LEXINCTON lloskins Family CV>pTrtjrhl b) MfClurt Hymllcato. to lt> drift who bear title* P«*II In 1,vn*. nr Hoikyti The rt« i ' ii "I" and "> " ' often dollars nnd not rule* of In other word* John limited Income. I* John Hi. end of the chapter, un- mnt die* and leave* htm Kroin then on. he per- Honk Ml* r\ i ti « variations of the r.. I* llohkeli Illirke"* < nun* tor hi* family . I■: Cornwall, where ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 July 1910

wmm s y*x «j.vv MM' TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS HE'D GET THE APPLE. Max Roensch of Waco, Tex., has been seriously injured in an autonio- Jblle accident in Havre, Kr. A ngeneral strike has been decided upon by the central committee of the National Railroaders' Union in ; P'rancc. Charles P. Taft, brother of the ' President, Is preparing to create a beautiful seaside winter resort on hiB property fronting Corpus Christi Day. ! Robert Kantoul and Ralph G. Wells, representing the lloston Chamber of Commerce, have started for Texas to Investigate the plan for a direct line Of steamers beteen lloston and some ^ Texii.s points. fCol. T. O. Moore, a pioneer and a Bbremost citizen of Comanche, fell dend at the Old Settlers' reunion at Comanche Just as he was opening the J evening program. Practically every question connect- ed with the transfer of the location of I the Texas Christian University from XVaeo to Fort Worth has been settled at a meeting of the trustees In Fort I Worth. Capt. Samuel Ly...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 21 July 1910

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