The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 60, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 21, 1928 Page: 1 of 8
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F. L. WEIMAR. EDITOR AND OWNER
-UBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR.
ALTO HERALD, ALTO, TEXAS, JUNE 21, 1928.
opening ad- COLE OUT OF RACE
NEW STORE OPENS
COLE WITHDRAWS FROM
SANDERS TO SPEAK HERE Following his
NEXT THURSDAY, JUNE 28. dress in Nacogdoches on Wed-
nesday, Jun£ 6, Mr. Sanders i !
, has been devoting most of h's At the meeting of the Denor J This week will see the bigger | Mistrot's Chain Store will i I wish to announce to the
I time to the southern part of his cratic Executive Committee of j part of the 1928 tomato crop open up for business in Alto 'voters of Cherokee County, my;
'district, with splendid results. Cherokee County, held at Rusk move from this section. Up to next Saturday according to the 'withdrawal from the race for
He has addressed audiences in. Monday, E. W. Cole of AltoJtoday 160 cars had moved from large two-page circular that the Representative. This action is
a number of important cities in who had previously filed an ap-j Alto and twenty-five from firm is having distributed in occasioned by the fact that
j the district during the past plication for a place on the of-1 Brunswick. It is estimated here this section this week. there are two other men, one
[week, and this week is devoting ficial ballot to be used in thej that 75 more cars from Alto Mr, D. D. Mistrot, one of the from the Northern portion of
I hi.' time to Jefferson, Hardin primary election for represen- and eight or ten from Bruns- Mistrot Bros., has been here for the County and the other one
and Tyler counties. Next week tative, asked permission to wick will wind the crop up in the past ten days making the from my home town, in the
J he will fill speaking appoint- withdraw his application. With this section. necessary arrangements to get race, and on account of having
j ments in Angelina, Cherokee, Mr. Cole's withdrawal from The prices this. (Thursday) open and get the business start- a tomato and other crops which
and Panola counties. the race only three candidates morning are 2 l-2c per lb. for ed which will be under the demand my attention at this
Encouraging reports are for the_ office remain in the gieens and 50 to 60c for pinks, management of Mr- B. M. time, I shall not have the op-
being received daily from every field. They are Edwin Palmei
part of the district, and friends of Alto and J. R. Eidom and
of Mr. Sanders predict an over- Jno- H. Brooks of Jacksonville,
whelming victory for him in
the July primary.
This is to notify all that owe
us accounts, that are due and
past due, that we are going to
and shippers state that there Amerine, who has also been portunity to make the cam-
are but two things that will here for the past two weeks as- paign necessary, under the cir-
keep the market from going up, sisting Mr. Mistrot. cumstances, to win the nomina-
The committee also made as- and that is bad weather and The stock of dry goods and tion.
sessments of candidates for the j poor fruit. One shipper stated shoes that is being prepared for I sincerely thank the voters
various offices, whereby rev-j that if they could get nothing the public is all new and lots of of Alto, Rusk, Jacksonville, and
enues may be obtained for the j but No. 1 stuff, he was satisfied! it, .and the public will find all other places in the County
election to be held in this coun-j that green tomatoes would get when they go there Saturday for the support they have
ty. They are as follows: ;to 5c before the season was or thereafter, that Alto has an- pledged to me-
Associate Justice Court Civil over and that pinks would be a other up-to-date business added Yours very truly,
Appeals, Congress, State Sen- dollar or better on the crate, to it's roster. J c0]'e<
ator and Representative, $1.00 This seems to be almost an im-
each. There are two candi- possibility, as there
have our money. We do
have the time to get out ?nd each- There are two canai- possioility, as there are some
Center, Texas, June 18.—S. run you down to see you. All datJesilfor the fil"st °ffi°e na™ed gl'owel?- who }vantu to jhip
H-Sanders of Center, candidate who do not settle their accounts and three each foi the othei everything, and when this is
i.i tor these four of- done it knocks the market
These assess- down on all tomatoes.
FOURTH OF JULY PICNIC
HERE NEXT WEEK
A picnic and basket dinner;
will be held at Terrell's Tourist | Harve Holland's comedians
Park seven miles east of Alto wju ke nexf .yggi, far -
Thursday, June 28, at 8 'o'clock! "hem. McCuistion ^as'tt ments are fixed by law and the | It is to be regretted that all on the Angelina river on July weeks' engagement on the
Other speaking dates in Chero- sue on these accounts, we do committee could not change growers and shippers could 4th. Bathing and other amuse- Hogan lot, the iunior member
them not- t rnorpthpr nnrl U-ppn Hip mpnr s will Hp nrnvu p/1 alarv « ' . . •' "*VJ-
H- banders or Center, candidate who do not settle their accounts IV . , ? i f
for Congress from the second some way, will have to pay the *. *ee; <?i i on
district, will speak in Alto, extra expense for collecting tices> v " '
kee, Angelina and Panola not want you to feel sore at us n. , ,
counties include: as we are only doing our duty P Jc,n ?e' .
Zavalla, Monday, June 25 at to protect our creditors- You r®.s' T , ®ac|? ' total $80-
2:30 o'clock; Manning, Mon--made the account and it is your P ' , ,w?„nn
day, June 25, at 8«o'clock; duty to see after them. Just dates, $o0 each; total $1j0.
Huntington, Tuesday, June 26, come in to see us. We are not ;0UZ ?e', ,5'°., candi-
at 2:30 o'clock; Diboll, Tues- mad, we just have to have our dates, $7r> each; total $150-
day, June 26, at 8 o'clock; money. We do not want you to 1 ax Assessor, one candidate,
Burke, Wednesday, June 27, at get mad just because you owe * 9,('-
11 o'clock; Lufkin, Wednesday, us. We will guarantee that you Collector, four candi-
June 27, at 8 o'clock; Pollok, will always be treated right, as
Thursday, June 28, at 2:30 far as we know, when in our
o'clock; AJto, Thursday, June place of business.
28, at 8 o'clock; Rusk, Friday, Thank you,
June 29, at 2:30 o'clock; Jack- Thomas Brothers.
sonville, Friday, June 30, at 8
o'clock; Carthage, Saturday, $1.00 get -ibe Herald for-cme<-£l£Q> - • # ^ ^ ,
June 30, at 2:30 o'clock; Gary, year. This offer only good County Superintendent, two
not get together and keep the ments will be provided, also
bad stuff out and let the price speaking. Everyone bring bas-
go to where the farmer could ket and enjoy the day. Candi-
candi-* make some money out of his dates especially invited.
dates, $50 each; total $200
County Attorney, one candi-
County Treasurer, two candi-
dates, $75 each; total $150.
County Clerk, one Candida
We have another shipment
vf Rayon Dresses at $1-95. This
is a regular $4.95 value. Don't
fail to see them.
J. B. Dial.
J. F. Smith.
W. L. Liles.
C. A. Gipson-
J. R. Luker.
W. L. Dorsett.
E. P. Palmer.
of the show being here yester-
day to make the necessary ar-
This show was here last July
and proved to be one of the
best tent shows that has ever
$1.00 gets the Herald for one Full blooded hounds. See or
year. This offer only good write Jno. L. Dover, Jackson-
this month. ville, Texas. lt-pd.
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Saturday, June 30, at 8 o'clock, this month.
Tonight and Friday
H. C. WITWER'S MERRY-GO-ROUND
"Alex The Great"
RICHARD "SKEETS" GALLAGHER
Saturday, June 23rd
Matinee 1:30 Night 8:15
A FIRST NATIONAL PICTURE
"The Unknown Cavalier"
_ . ALSO
OUR GANG COMEDY
Monday and Tuesday, June 25th and 26th
THE STAR OF CHARLEY'S AUNT
A PICTURE YOU WILL ENJOY
candidates, $75 each; tot..
Sheriff, two candidates, $.75
each; total $150.
County Surveyor, one candi-1
County Commissioner, this
precinct, $50 each.
Public Weigher, $15.00.
Justice of the Peace, $15.00-
Constable', $15.00 each.
In order for a candidate to
qualify, the amount assessed
must be paid not later than
Wlit..: liicve Cx>mee a r^ryrrtrt Ti rattle
Like cannon and musketry in battle
Don't be alarmed, don't be^frightened.
Maybe a fender needs to b&tightened.
A loose fender can create so much din
That those you meet will turn around and grin.
MACK'S SERVICE STATION.
SAYS 300 WORK LAfTE
AT NIGHT AT ALTO
LOADING TOMATO CROP
Matt S. Byrd, manager of the
Nacogdoches Mattress Com-
pany, was in Alto on business
the other night and reports he
saw at least 300 persons work-
ing on the loading platform
loading out tomatoes, the work
lasting until late at night. One
woman told him that she had
made $10 that day loading to-
matoes into crates- The toma-
toes were being hauled in wag-
on loads and truck loads with
the women and girls crating
them after arrival at the lead-
ing platform. An Alto banker
told Mr. Byrd he had paid out
over $5000 in checks that day
to growers for their tomatoes.
Mr. Byrd said that sonie far-
mers from near Nacogdoches
were among the shippers, haul-
ing their product all thie way
from Nacogdoches which has
no market facilities whatever
for selling of the crop to the
[The product was bringing
four cents per pound.—Red-
Trade in Your Old
For New Ones
HEN you hear the liberal allowances we are giving on
old tires, you'll wish your car had eight wheels.
Bring your car around and let us appraise your tires. Then,
if you're satisfied with the allowance we offer, and we are
sure you will be, we'll sell you one, two or a whole set of
brand new United States Tires.
United States Tires are strong, dependable and sturdy.
You can't go wrong riding on Royal Cords or USCO Cords.
COMING JUNE 28th and 29th
GENE STRATTON PORTER'S WORLD FAMOUS
The deal was closcjd last
week whereby the A1 o First
Christian Church pu
the residence on the so
of their church buildi:
Mr. and Mrs. Will Evais for a
consideration of $800.PD
The property will b^ rented
for the present, or until ^ pastor
can be located in Alto
UNITED STATES TIRES ARE GOOD TIRES
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Weimar, F. L. The Alto Herald (Alto, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 60, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 21, 1928, newspaper, June 21, 1928; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth214472/m1/1/: accessed July 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stella Hill Memorial Library.