The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1911 Page: 1 of 6
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ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1911
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Mob Hangs Negro Near Mar^
rii idj an attack
a negro v. no
G em near*Marshall hist Eri-(convicted VS
d.iy, was captured at Lpugvi^w
Saturday night, where he iiad
.secured a job of ,vork. A posse
came to Longview Sunday
morning aud captured him
and took back to-tke heme of imittrrl that she was
Prisoner In Court Proved to be
Jm.I-I \V<Mh, To ...O/'.'.y-
dcDixuu,, 17 yens of age,
uuday on a minor
charge, was found to be a girl
when she was taken into court
this morning. A pair of i'-.-t
iuine looking shoes attr . tc-i
first suspicion, She
Mr=. Green, wher
i ientified. A mob ol about
500 people had gathered, and
he wrfs taken in charge by the
r.:ob and carried down the'road
about a mile, where he was
lianeed to a limb.
was three girls who had dimmer!
themselves to tour the United
►Scutes. Mer companions liav •
not been found. She declined '
to give her home.
Two Duelists Killed.
Nine-Year Old Boy Victim of
Waco, Texas, Oct. 30.—
JV11 ting a pistol at nine-year-
o'd John McNearter, son of
th6 pastor of the Methodist
Church at Bosqucvi'le, near
W a c 0, Susie Rizencoover,
aged 13 years, pulled the trig-
ger, thinking it unloaded.
The. pistol,fired, killing the
Roy Guinn and Miss May
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Aberdeen, Miss., Oct. 31.—
John Reese, 23 years old, a
locomotive firemen employed
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Hon. Geo. 3. Terrell
road, and Frank Seitz, about I'ATK For C'JNf, '.r.ss.
tVe same-tage, a timber man of 'm
Longview, Miss., fought a pis-
tol duel Sunday 11101 ni.ng aboutj
A Bi?, Potato.
2 o'clock at the Illinois Central She rman, Texas, Oct. —
Station, resulting in the death One of the largest sweet po'ca-
of both. There were no eye- toes ever grown in Grayson
Q> Shelves and counters
witnesses, but soon after the county, Texas, was raised
heard a crowc
gathered, and it was found that
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the farm of W
The potato i
Seitz had fired five shots at which is five feet two inchesj
Reese. One took effect
in length, is now in the poses-1 w
Edwards, daughter o^' All*, and iabo\C the ue^iit, one in tne sion of C. IT. Oglesby ol Suer-
Mrs. I. 'l\. Edwards, wereiwr'st? ^,c ot',f>r tiiree going man, who intends placing it 011
muled 111 the holy bonds oftwide. ivcese lued but oute. exhibition at tne State bair.
,, m 11,A immpj nf the bullet piercing Seitz in the *■
heart, death being almost in-
matrimony at the home' of
'Jquire E. K. Davis Sunday
ut 10 a. 111., the 'Squire him-
self officiating, Both young1
parties are residents of this
plaee and have numerous of
friends and acquaintances "who
" now filled to over-flowing
with the season s newest in dress
goods, furnishing goods, underwear, hos-
iery, notions, low embroidery, and etc., in
fact everything to bt found in an up-to-
date stock Oi fall merchandise. & We
have exercised our best judgment 111 pur;-
ceasing our requirements in all lines
corning season and we believe a dance
cur oherin^ in seascna
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distance away. Me was taken livering or furnishing ally in-
to his home, «licie he dedal formation of one Jersey cow
10 a, 111. Sunday. He qui not sev'en years old, light cream
to impress a clear observer with the
fact that, they represent the best values in
desirable merchandise to bt found in Alto. I
wish for 'hem a life of liapni-, regain c(..n.-c:ousuess a.u. diec co]orcd, has one horn slipped
riess and prosperity. , without making a staieinent. off and the other one crookf.
| 1 lie cauhc ol tne quawei i;. arounf1 toward her forehead,|
lias one back joint behind I
■ shoulder blade, a scar caused 8
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FOi^ SALE. J unknown.
A pair of fine young mule:*,:
ei inio;matiou see A. A. Wil- i.t-.- ;
sou, 3 miles east of Alto,
A city boar.1, c? thv .• rrcom-
ff >*.n ' >nrn. No mark or bran;;. i
l' were to i'pjic f11K]er wiH ])e rewarded
be ruined bv me I am able to
pay for them and will do so. Lr t ,,,,,1,^.. p,
Jno W.Ray, Alt0, mil,
\our I a'.lor.
by E. E. Pruitt, Blount- Dec' • i.;
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jii.ercial club helps to devehrj
unity of aim and acts as an,
impetus to civic growth along | , . ., : 1 he low price of cotton is
healthy lines. Such associa-!, A!"10ftv cv? t0W1! n11;' C1,': proving a serious set back to
tions may become powerful in.-l has U"' r'1^rch;u't|? VU1° ;'^'Uc the whole of the people of the
Strumeuts for improved civic everv ccnt sPcnt-to1 ; South. If the fanner is to be
Good roads enable the farm-
advertising in llie nature of a
donation to the publisher.
1 They are always ready to de-
er to 'reach the city at any "ounce the mail order houses,
time of the year, as bad weath- :i,ncl lia1ve the newspapers help
er does not prevent him fjrotn t'10".1 •s!)' ou 11 :14~
traveling. He can reach the mtising_is done With reluc-
market with his perishable jt:ince>
t>Mods when they arc in prime.
condition and thus get the top
price for his products.
The Draughon Trail.in;;
will take you/rom tl.e $r.oo-a-
day class of wage earners and,
step by step, elevate you to
deprived of the fruit of his toil;
iu the matter of cotton raisii:::;.!
the best thing* he can do is to
cut his crop squarely into and
devote himself to raising more
and better stock. It would ap-
pear that our legislators who
jfiud time to talk of many
, thing's should be able to devise i ^
I some system which would save ■ ^
not only the farmer but the
whole community from the
curse of hard times.—Mineral
One horss\ 9 vcars old, gen-,the $io-a--lay class, thus lias-
tie for faniil v-.use, Two regis-'ten iug the end of your journey
lie 1U1 UlllUI) -ll.H-1 t, - J J
tered Jersey heiffcrs, 16 and to success. For catalogue, ad-
18 months old. One 4-mouth^ dress Drau 'hon's Practical
■3 ouch a display oi nats. and bonnets, plumes
. 1 and etc., we never before had the pleasure
of showing. All the latest from fashions
centre have been marehailed together by
our efficient artist into a harmonious
whale of unrivalled elegance, P
stylish hats with all the grace
that our artist can put into them are here
ready for your picking and choosing. Do
not fait to pay our millinery department a
I visit, note the styles and get our prices.
I carry a full line of the
McKinley sheet music, thc
largest publishers of music iq
old male calf, subject to regis- Business College, Houston, I this country. 10cents a copy,
tntion. Applv to I Galveston, Austin or San An-1 Ask for catalogue.
1. M" Crawford, jtonio. J J. ,F. Noell.
MAKE THE PRICES
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See Our Bi^ Display of Jewelry Saturday
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Allen, E. E. The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1911, newspaper, November 2, 1911; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth214168/m1/1/ocr/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stella Hill Memorial Library.