The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, January 3, 1908 Page: 7 of 8
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TEXAS NEWS ITEMS.
FIVE M0NTH8 IN HOSPITAL.
Building permits in Dallas last
[car amounted to $2,843,228.
(JoSm 0. Harrison, a widely
[town bunker of Fort Worth, died
his home Sunday.
nTexai general passenger agents
Vitest against the proposed 2 1-2
jit railway fure, claiming that the
to is a money-losing proposition.
If. B. Turner, living six miles
S'theast of Paris, was accidentally
liot by his eight-year-old grandson
hi 1c out hunting in the woods Sat-
Y. Streetman of TJoanoke was run
!kver and had both legs crushed Fri-
day morning. They were amputated
«>v physicians, and Streetman died
llwenty minutes later.
The Hopkins County fruit grow-
farmers will plant 2000 acrcf
™ . Mrees .this winter, mostly
large percentage of lii-
•I &>ing set-out.
"IM lvlny Ferguson, while clean-
9>.' "in Jgarim'nts with gasoline in
Hi. n? flat Saturday evening, was
burned by an explosion of
>1, dying during the night.
Discharged Because Doctors Could Not
I^ovl P. Brockway, 8. Second Ave..
Anoka, Minn., says: "After lyln* for
Ave mouths In a hos-
> pltal I was dls-
\ \ charged aa Incurable.
p.; and given only «l*
' months to live. My
heart was affected, I
epells, and some-
times fell uncon-
scious. I got so I
couldn't use my
nrms, my eyesight
was impaired and tho kidney secre-
tions were badly disordered. I was
completely worn out and discouraged
when I began using Doan'a Kidney
Pllis, but they went right to the cause
of the trouble and did their work well,
I have been feeling well over since."
Sold by all dealers. 50 centx a box.
Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
\i" It 150 bales of cotton stored
Ranters' Union warehouse at
Sun.i'vicw, to be held for 15 cents,
i urned loose last, week at prices
I r.i:.: ne from 10 to 10 3-1 cents.
ridu which have been on foot for
mo time for the establishment of a
l r Jc plant at Hrownwood have ma-
od. The site has been secured
lid bonus money up. The plant
?8 to have a capacity of 20,000 brick
* day. , :,
The Farmers and Merchants Bank
of Sapulpa, Ok., which closed its
doors during the early part of the
recent financial stringency, will re-
open on February 10. This is the
announcement made by the manage-
^ After a two days' successful duck
hunt on I^ako Surprise, near Gal-
veston, William J. Brvan and Gover-
nor T. M. Campbell and other guests
of W. L, Moody, banker and capital-
ist of Galveston, returned to that city
The Stamford School Board has
callod an election to be held in Stam-
ford on January 28, 1908, for the
pmposc of determining whether or
not an additional $10,000, twenty-
year bonds, will be issued for con-
structing a public school building of
stone or brick.
Judge Yancy Lewis of Dallas is
out in a card in answer to many
friends who have urged his candi-
dacy for a prominent State office,
saying that he was not now and
would not be at any time during this
campaign a candidate ior any of-
Last Thursday morning, while J.
W. Brammer, a well-to-do farmer
living three miles west of Rhoinc,
was out getting some wood to start
a fire, his wife administered a fatal |
dose of carbolic acid to the baby and j
took a dose herself that ended her'
life in thirty minutes.
The Government demonstration:
dairy farm at Denison will soon bo
ready for business. Mr. Moser, the
manager, states that a great deal
of interest is being aroused by the
farm, and that a general awakening
is coming in the dairy business.
The lumber yards near the court
khou*r in Waco, the property of tho
"ens Lumber Company, partly
Irned Friday night. The loss was
aboSit $10,000, with insurance of
The jury in the case of Dr. J. J.
I/Kkhart, transferred from Nacog-
doches County, for the killing of Ol-
lie Brach, rett.nicd a verdict of guil-
ty of murder in the second degree,
and gave him sixteen years in the
Horace Murr, an aged man who
lived near Oakville, went out Satur-
day morning to shoot a bird. Later
in the day his lifeless body was
found, the' gun having accidentally
gone off, killing him.
The Kaufman County Singing
Convention met at K"se Hill Sun-
day. Singers from ill portions of
tho county were present, and excel-
lent music was rendered, which cre-
ated enthusiastic interest in the pro-
gram for the day.
Governess—Who was the wisest
Governess—And who was tho wisest
Tommy—Well—er—It's cither */OU
or ma, I can't mako up my mlud
Afraid of Results.
Loulso spends fi great deal of time
In tho room of a favorite aunt who
lives with her pareuts, but tho child
Is not yet up In tho mysteries of tho
toilet. Her aunt recently purchased
some of thoso hair ornaments popular-
ly known as "ratB."
Theso Loulso did not behold until
one day Bhe saw her aunt remove sev-
eral. Tho child flew out of the room,
screaming at the top of her voice to
"Mother, mother, Aunt Nell Is un-
"Nails are a mighty good thing—
particularly finger nails—but 1 don't
believe they were Intended solely for
scratching, though I used mine large-
ly for that purpose for several years.
I was sorely afflicted and had It to do.
One application of Hunt's Cure, how-
ever, relieved my Itch and less than
one box cured me entirely."
J. M. WARD,
Changed His Mind.
"Well, what aro you doing there?"
aBkod the lady, addressing a tramp
who had just climbed a treo in time
to escape a savage bulldog.
"Madam," replied tho hobo, "It was
ray Intention to ask for a hand-out, but
In the Interest of humanity I pow re-
quest that you give any surplus food
you may have on hand to my canine
friend down there."
The Last Wishes.
Vicar's Wife—No, tho vicar Is not
In Just now. Is there any message
you would like me to give him when
Old Woman (cheerfully)—Please
mum, Martha Hlgglns would like to be
burled at two o'clock to-morrow after-
Growth of Lutheran Church.
The Lutheran church has had a re-
markable growth In membership In
the last 35 years. In 1870 there were
395,000 communicants. In 1905, 1,850,.
000 members were recorded. This
body Is now third numerically among
tho Protestant bodies.
"We Have Many Similar"
The following Is an extract from a
letter received from Mr. H. H. Meyers
of Stutgart. Ark.: "You would great-
ly oblige me If you would Introduce
Hunt's Lightning Oil at Mllllgevllle,
111., as I have many friends and rela-
tives there. In whom I am much con-
cerned. and I understand the Oil Is
not kept there. I can recommend it
as the best medlcino I ever hnd in my
house. It cured me of a bad case of
the Woody Flux in less than one half
hour, and It cured my granddaughter
of a bad ease of Cholera Morbus in a
vory short time."
Diffident Lover (trying to feel his
ground—nervously)— Do you know,
1—er actually dreamt f 1 proposed
to you last nlRht. Now- what can
Practical Girl (promptly)—Mean!
Well, It means that you are a lot more
sensible asleep tbun you are awake,
To neglcct. a cold tho results are
too ofti-n very -serious. Bronchitis.
Pleurisy. Pneumonia anu Consumption
aro frequently tho consequents. Upon
the appearance or a cold, sore throat
or chest, use Simmons* Cough 8yrup.
It soothes the Irritation, loosens the
phlegm and promptly cures you.
< What Better Proof Is There?
Jackson—Heaven bless him! He
showed confldenco In me when the
clouds were dark ..d threatening.
Wilson—In what way?
Jackson—He lent me an umbrella!
OH, MY BACK
it is wonderful how quickly the
pain and stu-kni-ss co when you use
this well tried, old time
remedy fills the bill
The Farmer's Opportunity
95,000 Acres in the "Garden Spot of the World'
*3 Now Being Opened Up to the
Or. Chas. F. Simmons Ranch Just South of San Antonio on
Important to Mother*.
Examine carefully every bottlo of
CA8TOH1A a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that it
Signature of i ^
In TTso For Over .'JO Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
What's In a Name'?
Tli«r« was n tall Iluasian named Muski—
You may nay Ills name twice
If you think It sounds nice,
Hut I bet lr. will muke your voice husky.
Stop That Cough
before It bccomes chronic. Get
Brown's Bronchial Troches, the best
| preparation known for coughs.
After a woman has wade a strenu-
ous but successful effort to marry a
: certain man she is apt to discover that
he Is very uncertain.
Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of ftvreef
< um una Mullen iN Nature'* great rrixi-
cdy —Cure* Cough*. < 'old*, ('roup and Con-
umptmn, nnd all throat and lung troubk*.
At druggiatH, USc, 50c and (1.00 per bottle.
A word Is a winged seed--none can
tell when once It has gone forth what
Its harvest may bo.—Sydney.
ril.RSCl'KRIt IN « TO I« OATH.
PAISO OINTMHNT Is MU>miU<f4 l.t cure any mi
of lu-hlim, llllnd. ii:,-~i:iiK or IToinnlln* flirt In
• «o 14 Uuv.or molii-r reluiulod. We.
8weet are the uses of adreislty—
for our neighbors.
acts ^cntK/ yot prompt-
ly onthe bowels, cleanses
You will never get another chance like this: $210, payable $10
a month, without Interest, buys two lotH and a farm of from 10 acres,
for truck and fruit raising, to a 640-acre farm in balmy south Texas,
where the people ore prosperous, happy and contented.
Where the Ilowcrs bloom ten months In the year.
Where the farmers und Rardeners, whone Heasons never end,
eat home grown June vegetables In January, and bask lu mld-winter'a
balmy air and glorious sunshine.
Where the land yield Is enormous and tho prices remuneratlvo.
Where something can be plauted and harvested every month la
Where the climate Is so mild that tho Northern farmer here
nave practically all his fuel bills and three-fourth tho cost of
clothing his family In the North.
Where the country Is advancing and property values rapidly la-
Where all stock, without any feod, fatten winter and summer,
on the native grasses and brush.
Where the same land yields tho substantial of tho temporal®
the luxuries of tho tropic zones.
Where the farmer does not havo to work hard six months la
tho year to raise feed to keep his stock from dying during the win-
ter, as they do in tho North and Northwest.
Where there are no aristocratm and people do not havo to work
bard to havo plenty and go lu tho best society.
Where the natives work less and havo moro to show for what
they do than in any country in tho United States.
Where housu*. barns and fences can bo built for less than halt
tho cost In the North.
Where sunstrokes and heat prostrations aro unknown.
Where sufferers from Asthma, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Hay Fever
and Throat Troubles Ilnd relief.
Where, surrounded by fruits and vegetables, which ripen every
month in tho year, tho living is better and less oxpenslvo tbau la
Where the water Is pure, soft and plentiful.
Where tho taxes are so low that tho amount is never missed.
Whero Public and Private Schools and Churches of all denoov-
Inatlons are plentiful.
Whero peace, plenty and good will prevail.
Where it Is so healthy that there are few physicians and most
of them, to make a living, supplement their Income from other bua-
Write today for full particulars and beautiful views of the ranch.
DR. CHAS. F. SIMMONS,
215 Alamo Plata.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
assists one in overcoming
Let a man take prldo in his
achievements of virtue. Let him take
satisfaction In his moral conquests.
Let him have faith that be can do,
and no height Is InacceaBlble to him.—
ONLY ONK "BBOMO QUININE"
That I. hAXATlVK 11 HOMO OClNINW. I.M* tor
lbs tl«namr* of M. W.JBHOVB t'acd the World
ever to Cor* a Cold Id Um Pay. *«.
The man who attends strictly to hla
own business has a good steady Job.
Mra. Window'* Nonthlnc Byron.
Tot children leethlOf. miwm the «ura>, reduce, tm-
sammaoos, *11*7* peln, cur*, wlad oallu. XckboCU*.
A lot of so-called golden alienee la
\tly. To get its
permanently, to gei us
beneficial ejects buy
Manufactured by the
fie -Syrup Co.
MU> Br lEAJHNO 0RUC« TS-SOt ^BOTTU
for the toilet
Not only softens the wuter, but cleans the skin thoroughly,
removes and prevents the odor of perspiration, soothes
irritation and renders the skin fresh, soft and velvety.
Soap clogt the porca—Borax remove! the soap and freshens the skin—Try it.
All dtnlrri Sample. Rookie! and I'arlor Card Garnet ioc PACIFIC COAST MORAX CO., Chicago, lA
RED CROSS FEVER &
A sure and immediate relief for Headache, NeuralHia, Cold in the Head, Sleeple
Nervousness and all kiudi of I'ains in the Head. II your druggist does not keep them is
Stock, *end us 25c and wo will mail you a box, or send us 2c postage slamp for a s.impU
JOHN SCHAAP 4 SONS DRUG - _
Powder. Prepared only by
SCHAAP A SONS
CO., Ft. Smith. Alk.
'1 wonder why the snakes a man
sees when he's been drinking multiply
"I auppose because the kind of
snakes he sees are adders."
are the 1mm 1 known and
the inu«t reltableneeri* grown.
Every pnekaeeh** beMnd It the reputation
of a lioux) wIiomi bualnoai standard* are the
highest In the trade.
. i es pm iuhi win b maiiM mre
to *11 i |'ll.-«riii II contain. cointM pl.lr., mail.
JBgraTlnr*. and ruUdMorlplltin., prlcM.ml illracunii*
D. M. rummy * oo., Detroit, anon.
Hook of tafttiruiitilaU arid |
ub. ii. tl.OKKIN h son!
IKW DIieOVKRT | fin
* quick rfiltf and otirMwomt r
/tilalt and tMMUimru ►
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Waft or 6*atli
FOR SOLDIERS AND HEIRS
All federal aoldleraAnd Milomwho Mtm
between IHril und ima and w ho hoiue*t«*d«! _
ItiOarrf* l t*for ' JuneEi. *re«'ittltl.«d inaddl
homcftWwd rlfbt* which I buy If «>ldU r l d*_
h«*lr ran *11. TnU loold *.Idler*. widov«ao4
Und Mima noldtrr rnlatlrr who wi*ni or L
afujr tho war an I homra raded gMrerrtaMttl I
«Jet btmjr and tnakr aoinr « tn7 mon«jr Wrll# If EV• v
N Waablnftun. D. t\. for further |
ECZEMA CURE FREE
If I'X-ZKM.i-KO dora not cura a«f form «>f tCgmm-
ina «• r-fund your m< nry. Noitrta «. Mo m«Ma
Instairt railef. Wrlia for frra*amfii« or aandMsfn
corn or «>aiup* f« r lar*e bottle NnivoitM Hxmrat
Oo.. l)apL L., 1441 Hroadwaj, Mroohifa* M. V.
W. N. U., DALLAS, NO. 1, IM*.
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McClure & McClure. The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, January 3, 1908, newspaper, January 3, 1908; Alto, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth213982/m1/7/: accessed December 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stella Hill Memorial Library.