The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 16, 1913 Page: 2 of 8
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One p:iir of match bal
face sorrel mnres, weight i ion
ami 1200, age 6 and 3 jiain.
G. F. Mclntyrc.
Prickly As!'- Hittt-r- cures the
kidney;, iv;;ulat«js the liver and
purifies the buuvls A \aluaMe
sysUin tonic. Alto IJrug Co.,
I Conference of Charities
TF>c Wm Authority
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M« 1 \! I.'S K-. oil I. f 0c a poaUtwly
Worth i in)
Y"ii M' S Vrt A
fru.u vnnrlli -: ii | y of IIH ALL'S, If you
btiUx iilM.' quickly. 1
THE U.1AU COMPANY, 236 We i 37th St. Ywk
NOTI* A .I; Inr Irrr. upyed M <'AI.I
inl nru pmnium t*? ii.>|(u<- r pv
<r*m c tal«v',ir also l> • on rr^iiM
andlnnd gain a business education
I hv using your moments that
I would otherwise be wasted?
W hy not spend an hour of
the long winter evenings af-
i t< r nightfall qualifying your-
I; elf with a knoloige of the fa j
mous Byrne Simplified Short-
hand, Practical Bookkeeping
! 1 vpew fitting, \rithmetic,
('rammer, Wri ing and Tele1-!
raphy, for w!.idi the btisi-j
FOR QUICK SERVICE
r r ***%
Li very and I Veil Stable
ues.s world will pay you cash? I (J4®*I|IW"
| Fid out the f .! iwitig blank
and mail to the correspond'' i 9
enee Dept. j y
Tyler Commerci.il Co'.hg' &
Tyler, Texas, for catalogue
and tti 11 part ciil u .
ssaaia inf^ap iassaow
If you have a Telephone that is old and run uown.
sec me I will I; ide ymi a ikw cue fio it, I i ;.ve r.ll
kinds new Pin ies on h..nd and all kinds of supplies,
I get a fresh barrel Battiies each week.
1 j% .%!•:
i CivMBir o. r -uitti
Austin . e..,, j 1 . I - -- < )ov-
iK 1 <). ! . Colquitt i:; s call*
I .1 State c >nfei< 1 ee "f diar-
ies and Correction '< ret
Aus.in Tnesda-. .v 1 \\ d
iesday, January 281 it and
ii. to consider measures
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C' : icspondau; C mrse Intei anwieh. 'r~^w"1 ^"iifP*'"**'•*•**y-r "m*axr-'
Wm. J. < ><>I)
For iiP'iO'Date fain
AND PAPKN HANGING-
Decoriltng a speciality
Phone Number 88
He Advertised at Last.
There was a man in our town,
And lie w,a .. mdnms wise;
iiv. hwoie (.1 . lys pol c_y)
He would not ad'verti; .
i which will have been submit- But one sad he advertised,;
'ted to the legislature uj> to i And therebv hangs a tale,
I that time, and other measures 'The ad was set in quite small
'which, in the opinion of the lype- ..
I conference, should he suhmlt- And headed, "Sheriff's
ted. Sale." ^
The delegates will he re- —
■jue.sU'4.to present su^ge. tiou? , Pneumonia and Pleurisy
| ior legislation along the f l- F()1 „|er thirty years Hunt s,
j lowmg lilies; j Uighlning Oil has been acktiowl-i
(l) State and Countv iusti- edged to be a very quick relief
^ W - k± aCkl.
S. ■mr^zTxim; junmr ,r
OR. J. C. HURST
Allen's Druji[ Store
tutiops, public and private
eleemosynary and r f.n :i tc r\
(2) Public health u:d sauita-
(3) Wellare ot Children.
(4) Industrial W tare of
Woinei . . .
(5 Labor logislati" ( social
(6) General and mi^c llah
eoi.s 1 ubjects.
The Governor i • vited
a fill and free dis of
the aliove Subjects !>, li con-
ference and, will -ii <J • ■ 1f.1t
in a message to tin 1/ gi*!a-
tnre such views as meet with
The moment comprehend)-,
the betterment of t.iie social
welfare of all the peop.e, ami
the Governor is seeking the
counsel of organization engag-
ed in promoting the public
Perkins, lniboden & Perkins
P.- v:tice in A'l Courts
W . M • Iinboden, Rusk
1' ■ M. Perkins; Kusk-
James 1. l'ei'kin!*, Alt<
"Learn Wiii c You Earn "
Abraham Lincoln would
split rails all
•st and then after his day's
work was finished, would
when rubbed wdl on the chest.
Many hundred k tters testify to
ibe benefit .it lias given, others.
Why not try il' All druggists,
25c and 50c bottles!
When Ma; Twain was ed
itor of a M ssouri p tper, a I
subscriber v nte to iiim say
ing that he |iad found a spid- ;
er in his j. per, and asking ,
whether h : a sign of gjod;
luck or Via
This w.i , I%wain's answer;
'"Findin" 1 s >ide • in your
paper w. neither good luck
nor bad lu.-i: f'ir you. The
spider w nu rely looking
over your iap«r to see which
merchant is not advertising,
so that he can go to that store
spin his wcU across tin; door
an4 lead a life of undislurbtd
peace ever afterwards."-Bra ins
j isOBODY'S HLSINS-.SS
D i) U D ' ' ( LiJ mJ
But we m e it our business to take care
01 the need of our customers. Our prices
are right, out qualities are better, and we
give fair, honest treatment to our custom
mers. If any of our competitors can beat
that tbrv entitled to votir trad
The best feed obtainable will be found here. No aeei
® take our word for it, buy it and be convinced.
W. s. WILbiAi*
Buy silos and stop the leak
In your feed bill 40 per cent. Silo is the cheapest bo 11
ever built. Every cubet foot in a Silo is equel to 4 cubct
foot in a barn and a silo will save its cost to the buyer m
one year. We can sell you a silo in such a W;.y that the
silo will earn its own money before the owner lets go of £•
single cent. .Ask.
C. E. Mallory, Alto, Tex.
J M, Crawford, M. D,
I'liysieian and Surgeon.
Re-. Phono 34 Office Phone 27!
day in ihe for-1 Something doin' an' doiu'
Whenever Pa is sick.
walk five miles to b rrow a 1 Oh, myl there's such au awful
iiook to .study and improve muss,
himself. It is said of George And such a splendid sight
Washington that in answer of fuss,
to a question of his mothers Whenever Pi is sick
as to why he studied so late at
Bridget fills the water-bag,
night, replied that he was Sister hunt a linen rag
Drs. McClure & Francis,
Physicians and Surgeons
AUo, Tex a*.
Willi Alto Druf? Co,
HEAL 8T WBYH
loalB Everything Healahks Bums,
, Sores, Ulcers, PUes. jSceema,
working out the desiny of his
There are hundreds of.. While Pa is yelliu', "Hurry
younjf; people today who are taster!"
desiious of gaining a nnteti Baby sits and sucks
cal education, but for one rea-! thumb— .
son or another they cannot The only one thal's still and
leave home to secure it, so dumb. '
they drag along from one But Ma just does
year to the*liexl in the same) ' every-thing
old rut. There are hundred.-.
of others that are availing
themselves of the opportunity
otfered by the correspondence
departments of our college,
saving their leisure moments
and investing them in an ed-
ucation that will mean thou-
sands, of dollars to them in
the coming years.
You may «ay that you are-
uot able to take a course, but
the person who can least af-
ford it is the one who needs
;it most and should have.it by
all means at any sacrifice, it
don't cost much,
I Young friend, why not take
advantage of this opportunity
Until she hears the doctor's
Then she talks
And takes' hint td
And when at last he goes a
We t!p toe round the live
•' long day
And scarcely dare to breath,
Whenever Pa is sick.
When Ma is sick, we never
Eicept §Ue moves sl little
slow, 4 v
And looksAo tifed around the
Our drug store has become "The prescription
drag store" of this community, because people have
learned that we take utmost care in filling every pre-
scription entrusted to us; that we never use poor, old
drugs; that we never substitute, and give you prompt
service. Send prescriptions to us, no matter what phy-
sician writes them, and KNOW that they will be filled
just exactly as prescribed.
est Drug Store
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