The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 29, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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THE ALTO HERALD
K. K. Ai.i.kn, Editor and Prop.
Hks, li. E. Am.EN, Assoicate Ed.
<j:.f Year $1.00
Six Months 60
TUree Months 35
All subscriptions are payable in
advance. No name will be put
on the books until paid for.J
Entered as second-class matter
fan. 3. 1901, at the postoffice at
Alto, Texas, unier act of March
Notice to the Public.
Any erioneous reflection upon the
'Siaractor, standing or reputation of
Miy person-, firm or corporation,
which may appear in the columns
-rf The Herald will be gladly cor-
rected upon its being brought to
the attention of the publishers.
What about the hand that
was organized in Alto a few
mouths past with 25 fnembers?
Make your home more at-
tractive by planting shade
trees and fruit trees, now is
time to put them out.
Good roads, good streets,
and good sidewalks, give us a
few in Alto and we will show
the best little town in Texas.
out of his last dollar and send
his children hungry to bed;
when hellish hate is banished
from the human hearts; when
greed and spite and envy are
driven from the world and
love enthroned in the hearts
of uien, children here and
build up on this earth a heav-
en as glorious as angels might
or Diety plan.—Menard Mes-
First Class Work
Do you love your town? Do
you have any concern for its
future? Would you like to
see it grow, prosper and ex-
tend its trade influence? If
you do. then asked yourself
these questions: ''Do I help
support and maintain its insti-
tutions? Do I encourage every
movement looking to the up-
building of the town? Do 1
speak a good word for the
town and people at every op-
portunity? Do I lend assis-
tance to its industries? Do I
patronize them? Do I fully
understand the duties devolv-
ing upon" me as a citizen?" If
you cannot answer these ques-
tions in the affirmative then
you are not only a stumbling
block but a detriment to any
Have you ever stopped to think how inuch money we can
save you by repairing the weak places in your old harness
before it breaks or even after it is broken? We do all kinds
of harness and shoe repairing, and can make you a new
set of harness out and out; hand made, which will last you
twice as long as the factory made harness.
Don't forget that we make anything in the line of harness,
saddles," brid.els and strap goods and everything we turn out
is hand make from the best grade of leather to be had. We
guarantee the quality 011 all our goods,
Don't fail to see us for all kinds of leather goods or any
kind of repairs in this line. We can fix anything and at
the same time save you money by having us do the work.
Alio Saddlery Go.
B. H, McLcndon. Mgr. Alto, Texas
Shoe Work a Specialty
111 a conversation with E. K.
Mallery yesterday the Asso-
ciate Editor learned that Mr.
Mallery had just about com-
pleted his new home 011 San-
antouio road, also that he
wa s erecting 5 residences on
his farm 5 miles east of town
and were to be occupiad by
families from the North.
Mr. Mallery has some of the
best farm land in the country,
and is putting some good im-
provements on it.
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Succced when everything else fr-ilr.
In nervous prostration nr.d feinule
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, ns thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER Ai'^D
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
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I Mr. Man: 1
Mr. Byan's liking for grape
juce recalls that Mr. Fair-
banks was a devotee of butter-
milk, Schuyler Colfax, when
vice president, was found of
cider. He once went to a re-
ception and his champagne
-was carefully labelled "cider."
He drank it greedily and de-
clared it was the best he had
<ver tasted. Once Mark
Hanna gave a watermellou
feast to some of his farmer
friends, lie carefully spiked
-every one. The farmers were
all noticed putting the seeds
into their pockets.—Lawrence
Cultivate the habit of think-
ing and saying good things
about others, and you will
find that your days will be
happier. If you are a church
member bear in mind that the
man or womaa you dislike
and speak evil of, was placed
in this world by the God you
worship, and it may be dis-
pleasing to the Createrto have
•you going about to your
oeighborscriticising his handi-
work. The religion that
«iosen't fill the breast with
love for your neighbor is not
as much as a dish of lye hom-
iny, Perhaps the man who
says "gee whiz" or whistles a
■week day song on Sunday, is
jjiving of his substance to
bring joy to the hearts of little
children he never saw, while
you are laboring and saving
away, contented that you are
obeying the church regulat-
ions, frgetting that the great-
est duty man owes his God is
not proclaimed in written ordi-
nances, but engraved upon
his heart. When every man
learns to lo\e his Neighbor in-
stead of trying to beat him
The 5 and 10
Has replenished it's
Stock since the holi-
day sales. Call and
MISS LENA GUINN
A Disorder that Breeds Dis-
ease in the Body, and an
Easy Way to Cure it.
Take care of tho stomach and you wilt
have little need (or the doctor.
When the stomach fyegins to show
sign* of disorder; when the food digests
•lowly and with discomfort; when yon
have heartburn; feel bloated and uneasy,
you are In a condition that needs atten-
Prickly Ash Bitters corrects the dis-
ordered stomach by strengthening and
toning up the digestive organs, driving
the badly digested food into the towels
and thence out of the system.
Constipation is nearly always pres-
ent when th« stomach becomcs sour 01
disordered. Prickly Ash Bitters con-
tains the medicinal qualities which act
as a restorative a d regulator for the
stomach and bowels. It strengthens the
digestive organs, cures constipation and
prevents the return of bilious conditions.
Thousands of people who have re-
ceived lasting benefit from this great
remedy willingly testify to its power in
curing indigestion, constipation and kid-
"I luflcrcd from constipation (or yc r«, nni
tried many remedies, bat Prickly Ash Bittern ii
the only medicine Unt haa ever done me an)
good. Through its use I am now in (food healtt
and entirely Iree from all traces of my forme
trouble."—b. I'. Stioall, Wiunsboro, Louisaua
Get the genuine with the figure
"3" in red on front label.
Sold by druggists. Price $1.00.
J. lv Allen, Soecial Agent
IF YOU are going to buy any Clothes--
here's something we want to say to you
This shop contains at this moment the largest and best as-
sortment of Spring and Summer fabrics to be found in the
country* Just off the griddle from Lamm & Co., Chicago
When we say '"LARGE" assortment, we mean your advantage in selecting;
when we say "BEST" assortment, we mean best for you. In other words, we've
selected these goods for their QUALITY — Value to you; they're brought to-
gether with the idea that they're going to be made up and worn, not simply that
they're going to be sold. The way they wear; the Service they give the wearer;
the Satisfaction they give—that's our Best profit.
SCALES «& SMITH
HIGH CLASS TAILORS
Groceries and Feed
do not forget that our assort-
ment offers^you a practicaly
'unlimited choice iu all that is
seasonable and fresh, at a
most reasonable price.
W. T. Williams & Bro.
GROCERIES and FEED
WHEN IN NEED OF
Let Us Fijfgre n the Work
$25.00 and Up
E. M. SMITH
Herald Office Phone 114
Don't forget that the Herald is Turning outj
First Class Job Work
at Reasonable Prices for Work of Qualityl
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Allen, E. E. The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 29, 1914, newspaper, January 29, 1914; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth214270/m1/4/: accessed December 9, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stella Hill Memorial Library.