The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 12, 1928 Page: 4 of 10
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ALTO HERALD, ALTO, TEXAS, APRIL 12, 1928.
Come in and see it—drive it,
note the wonderr pick-up.
speed and easy riding, and you
will find it more than we said
it would be. It's the master
piece of Henry Ford.
ALTO MOTOR CO.
Authorized Ford Sales and Service
We Have Just Received
From New York. Come and See the
Latest Styles and Colors
See Our Display of
Men's and Boys Hats.
Berryman <Sc Watters
Save Your Old Tires—Let Us
Them For You
We have one of the most complete
Vulcanizing plants in East Texas,
and experts who know how to do
There are many miles left in a tire
after we vulcanize it.. Let us
Look Yours Over.
Pearman Bros. Filling Station
Phone 21 6
Alto, Texas j
We Are Still Doing Business
AT THE SAME OLD STAND
That Good Gulf Gasoline
SUPREME MOTOR OILS
Still Claim Their Superiority Over
Any Other Brands Of Oils
WHY NOT USE THE BEST?
TIRES, TUBES, ACCESSORIES, REPAIR
WORK, AND ABOVE ALL
J. D. SARTAIN
Day Phone 259 Night 260
Lunch With Us.
Bring the family some time
and take lunch with us. It will
be a revelation to you how good
change in cooking will taste to
you. No matter how good you
are served at home, a change is
always good. Come any time
and try our mid-day lunches.
The whole family can eat and
you'll be surprised how low the
cost will be.
Ice Season is Approaching |
To give Service we must have the co- I
operation of every one, especially the j
housewives. Our delivery man cannot give j
the best of service without your help. [
Please have money or coupons ready when j
he delivers the Ice.
Alto Electric & Ice Plant
Clyde Poore, Manager.
We have just re-
ceived a big ship-
R. R. Stribling
Where Quality is not Forgotten
There is no market anywhere i D
carrying abetter line of fresh l - 'hone 173
and cured meats than your own 1
home town market. 1
Across From Che M. E Church
We handle Bread, Cakes and Pies.
LAMBERT'S MEAT MARKET
We deliver Promptly. Phone 74
GOOD GULF GASOLINE
and Supreme Motor Oil.
Cars Washed and Greased
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You have made your home here and are, in a sense, an in- • Y
vestor in the welfare of the town- ' V
The merchants have afco invested here,, to grow and to help
the town grow and thrive] V
So then it is a mutual .wfestment between all of us. Y
Our investments are affected by the volume of business done V
—so it is up to you to determine the volume of patronage that
determines the value of the investments.
You can count on the merchants to uphold their end, but
they mast have your help—your patronage—in order to make
our investment pay.
KEEP YOUR MONEY RIGHT HERE I
J. B. Dial
OUR SPECIAL FOR
Any Piece you want.
THE TRADING CENTER OF ALTO
They are all within your reach
when you have a telephone.
The price is comparatively
small when you consider the
amount of service and pleasure
you derive from it's use.
Let Us Install One In Your
ALTO TELEPHONE CO.
"Always at Your Service."
We have leased the Service Station built by
Bryan Sketers and will operate same under
the name of
Hillcrest Service Station
We have a complete stock of Gas, Oils, and
Greases, and within a short time will be
able to supply your needs for Tires, Tubes,
Accessories and other stock. Your patron-
age will be appreciated and we will en-
deavor to give you the kind of Service you
have a right to expect at a First Class Ser-
THAlMkJOD GULF GASOLINE.
(fULF NO-NOX MOTOR FUEL,
SUPREME MOTOR OILS.
Free Air and Water
HILLCREST SERVICE STATION
Paul Whitehead & Son, Prop.
36 New Dresses
Come look them over. Shoes of every kind.
Hose in all the latest shades. Young man,
see our line of New Spring and Summer
Suits. They are wonderful patterns with 2
pair of pants and very reasonably priced.
See our line of New Straw Hats; they are
beauties. A new line of Shirts and Ties-
The best place in East Texas to dress up.
We appreciate your business and are
always glad to serve you with the very best
W. E. WILLIAMS
A Good Store in a Good Town
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gipson
The Palace Cafe
Cordially invites you to have
lunch with the management of
the Palace on
SUNDAY, APRIL 15.
Between the hours of 12 and 2.
Where every meal is carefully pre-
pared and food served that is
clean, wholesome and bodv build-
Man's year begins by the calender, on Jan-
uary first, but Nature's begins when
Spring comes into her kingdom with buds
and leaves strewn before her and birds
singing overhead. With this thought in
mind would it not be wise to come to our
store and look over those new Lawn-
mowers with the idea of caring for that
new cloak of grass that Nature is rapidly
bringing to our yards.
We are also showing many other things
that are suggested by the approach of
Spring, such as improved Cultivators and
Farming Tools, together with a full line of
Sporting Goods, .and Fishing Tackle.
M. J. HOGAN
Hardware Furniture Undertaker
SEE THE NEW
They Sure An Pretty* All New Sprii| Patterns
J. W. TREADWELL
"on the corner."
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Weimar, F. L. The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 12, 1928, newspaper, April 12, 1928; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth214464/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stella Hill Memorial Library.