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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 June 1903

Largest Guaranteed Circulation of Hm Paper in farker t 'V ier Now It thm Tim• to Thin . Wagon Rnam. HouMhold SuppltM, W oof Coveflüü tad a hundred olhet wot* Ikot wattun. . HL _ .-DA*, if: Had you t special catalogue on t I loon, ud wrltt ui TODAY. If you on that ji32s - V-Vi r She Weekly IHeraW shipments dally t and wh 5 ^ WEATHERFORD, PARKER COUNTY. TEXAS, THUR8DAI. JUNE 18. 1903. satisfy J. S,M.andS y«r., „ ^ ^ * gSLzr- • *" «52 [LOR & TAYLOR Protect Your Smoked By© Glasses, Mica Eye Shields, Smoked Spectacles, Dust Proof Bye Gog- gles, - Wire Gauze Bye Pro- tectors. GERNSBACHER BROS GAS PLANT. A Chicago Gaa Company Figuring Establishing a Plant Here. Í ry I The Vital Record. The following marriage licenses have been issued by Clerk if&dges and the following births and deaths reported to him since the last re- port : marriage licenses. H. Gilley and Miss Emma Whit- ten. Green Barker and Miss Mattie James. W. B. Keith and. Miss Ellen Rhoten. deaths. Leo Brejka, Weatherford...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 June 1903

T exterminating the bravely on. We wish everything was as easy as getting names to a petition. )RTS. jrity and Minority Re- Made at Light Meet- ing—City Ownerehip Up. The Board of Trade should get to work and do something. That honorable body has a record in the past, but what is needed is a record making board now and in the future. The action of Governor Lanham iti all cases does not please all the people, but we must admit that he is honest and is making the best governor we have had for years.— Mineral Wells Index. The old advice about carrying an umbrella and a linen duster still holds good in Texas.—Times Her- ald. ' You might add an overcoat and a fan to the otherwise incomplete wardrobe. Gov. Bailey of Kansas, has at last settled one question that has been agitating the minds of Kan- sas people: he has married himself a wife. 'An exchange says it hopes the governor's wife will never have cause to siug, "Bill Bailey, Won't You "Please Come Home?" Ao exchange recommends that "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 June 1903

A Living or a Life. "Make a living," said the late Governor ^Russell of Massachusetts in an address to young men, "but remember there is one thing better than making a living, ' making a life." JPr What is the difference between making a living and making a life?" It is the difference between ■material and ideal-between sel- fishness and altruism. For instance: The philosophy of Goethe and Scopenhauer, which is the philoso- it ,,£..1 r\ f The Baptist Sunday~§cliooJ Bar B Q. When the chigar sings on the briar In June, And tlie gad-fly rides on the heel of the steer; hat is | When the dog star playa "bo-peep" with the moon, We know that the picnic season ia near mm will make the' trip in two months.. — . ateam, and some Cure Qatarrt by Nature' Own Method mm T- mm Passenger boats are can acoommodate two thousand pas- sengers. The largest one I have seen I here was from China. . There is some iron and gold in this, state and thousanda of acres of govern- ] ment land, vacant, open for im...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 June 1903

í> a of r* . de. lili fon on E 'i"; ■; mL -„.i Mall SPORTS. >rity ■$l OO ■ so ■ 25 'Of exterminating the bravely on. We wish everything was asvf-y v fls Setting names to a petit*^^^^ The Board of Trad&ii'for you? to work and do some honorable body has -1 girl g5ves future ;o 25 made and withdraw •• . . ' —J w.iuwipmp ui water- satin cushion I somehow or other the genius of works seems to be a forlorn hope. M #i an<^ ^"flowery beds ascendency doesn't seem to have The matter has been dallied with . ®white school traveled that way, but has chosen until the people have become un- n£í lty Owno_5^u¡iding than ber nestling place in some obscure concerned as to the result. Two There ^ l^e children in I Part* years ago they sought to have the meeti '*ve 'n' 8Pea^s ^ave reams of oratory on the their will materialized into some noon árthn^umanity to ch*ldren: he "educated farmer," but the highly thing tangible by electing a board puroos ^ave seen my ^lma Mater, educated don't take...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 June 1903

wnmmi Fifty Yitr* Hit Standard Awardid Mlghist Honors World's Fair Klghost tosts U.S. fiov't Chemists PRIOR BAKING POWDRR OO. OHI6ASO \ The Bond Issue. Editor Herald; As a patron of the public schools and a tax paying citizen of Weatherford, I desire to say a few words relative to the two propositions upon which we must vote next Saturday. First. I am opposed to the proposed bond issue of $4000 for additions to the Fourth Ward building, and I trust that every voter will go to the polls next Saturday and vote against the bond is- sue. Vote it down and give the Third Ward a chance to ask for a Third Ward building, such as each of the other wards now have. ¿Our Honorable Mayor and Mr. Vivrett say that the third ward has the Central school building, but these gentlemen failed to tell the honest people that all four wards are using three-fourths of the room in this build- ing for the high grades, while mauy of the pupils of the third ward have been cooped up in a little cottage for two y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 June 1903

...tl oo 25 Yoi exterminating the bravely on. P *r , ,>-lVI'L phone r<m Hsppner, "jod of water t j'u slain [Ority and Mir Made at ?£r*Nct=.bie3 Have infl T..ken. J^ARY FO.'ÍCKS noon at r y Hill THE DEEDS •T We wish everything ^ M as gettiny names to y ! evening. — ~Ioif&. a nearbv town. The of ,Xbelieved that from 850 to WOr'T"' people Heppner were drowned hotv n<5 that 105 1,0(1108 bave bl>en recov" •red. Wires are down and only meagre reports of the disaster have been ob- tained. which are brought out by mes- sengers. Heppner is a town of about 1250 In- habitants, seat of Morrow county, Ore- gon, at the teTmlnua of a branch of the Oregon Railroad and Navigation company. Farming and stock raising are the chief Industries. Willow creek, which is given as the cause. Is ordina- rily a small stream, and early reports Indicate that the flood was caused by either one or two cloudbursts. The Oregon Railroad and Navigation company received word that the depot at Heppner was...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 June 1903

FIRST. WALL OF WATER Thl I ... •/ - Heppner the Victim of a Ter rific Cloudburst. -tlood followed. very suddenly Five Hundred Persons BMioved to Have l>een Drowned. Geneva, three hundred bodies have been recovered I Nearly One-Half of the Inhabitant* of the Unfortunato l'law Lose •fheir Lives in Almost, the Twinkling of an Kye. ►:k'jps- íii'.lrely Portland, Ore., aune !«.—Following a cloudburst a vail of water twenty feet high rushe-1 down the uuiuh of Willow creek puriday and drowned nearly half oi <.he 1^0 Inhabitants of Heppner, Ore. The tui> is water carried the business oart of HeKnPr «way. Ho tjreat was the force of u, water „;it bouldpr8 welgWnB a tonWere rolle* a thft gulch, crushing'^everything i„ their path. \ Wires, brldgesfend railroads were #wept away. an'limplete reports have not been receive. The most reliable reports say tha ie loss of ,jfft a( Heppner will be' least 500, though ♦he number of "probably is larger. irf flf . f till >«lai;t«U I,y flie King &...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 June 1903

Investigation jlished. 'scandai. o Hiive Occurred ilnlstratlon of rbf C-Viieneral Smith Ss hrav$|l0W fraud*. N Washington, June 18.—Postmaster ' General Payne h is made public the re ply of Tourth Assistant Postmn-' General Br If tow to the < barge of Sey- mour W. Tulloch. former cashier of the Washington City postomee, regarding the irregularities In the poNtuI admin- istration, and alio-reporta of Inspection and Investigation of the Washington postoillce by Inspectors between June JO, 1889, and July 31, l'JOO, together with the transcript of the Tulloch charges made some years ago and th conclu- sions thereon reached by Postmaster General Emory Smith. These papers constitute by far the most significant documents yet made public as a result of the sweeping poa- tal Investigation. The reports show the existence of many irregularities during the period involved. The Inspector who Investigated the Irregularities reporta that the Jilea of the postofflce cashier Show direct orders fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 22 March 1906

He Weekly Herald ask r A' ,"W , .v.; • - is read by more than 7,000 people in Parker County each week. The live mer- chant should be represented in its columns. ASK FOR ADVERTISING RATES. OLD VOL. X1T. (The KUlcekly IMerald The Weatherford Republic consolidated with the Weekly Herald, Febraarj 15 1004. MONEY TO LOAN 1, 2,8,4, and 8 years, on good realty at fair rates. We buy and extend land notes,. TAYLOR & TAYLOR WEATHERFORD, PARKER COUNTY, OLD FIDDLERS If you cxpect to enter Fischer's Old Fiddler's Con- test you hud better hurry, for things are getting shaped up, and soou I will announce the date of the Contest. I wish to say, for the benefit of all Fid- dlers that will take part in this contest, that you can provide yourself with a guitar second and should you fail to find a second of your own choice I will try and provice you with a second on date of Con- test. In selecting the judges I shall try and select men who will be impartial. I am getting this con- test up as a matte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 22 March 1906

h\ Cbe Weekly *eraW. m ■ • i mm m ~m 0 I Published «very Thursday by the Herald Publishing Com'y. Rntpred at the Pottoffice at Weatberford Tizaa, aa aecond-olaaa mail matter. J. E. H. Railey, V. A. Gakkison, Editor Associate Editor TELEPHONtSi 106-2r. Editoral Rooms f fndeperuffint^t',' Editor, res., Independent 209 Associate Editor, res.,Southwestern, 251 The Best Quantity of Merit Is Open Publicity. Every bottle of Dr. Plf famed medietas ratory at Buffalo, ' auaoHimoN. rath. One Year I' Biz Months Three Months. oo Thursday, March 22. The commercial club at Miner al Wells is bu9y "doing things.' Is it not about time the Weather' ford Progressive League got busy "doing something" also? Palo Pinto is really pretending that she wants to get in commu- nication with the world by means of a railroad. Such a thing would not do at all. A railway train might awake the sleepy in- habitants of the old town, anc the novelty of living in such place would be lost. Present indication are that the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 22 March 1906

■ y*-i A Free Home for You, Almost for the Asking. You can get 160 acres of fine, smooth, agriculture land, within from 5 to 15 miles of a R. R. station, selected by an experienced surveyor, who will locate you for $30. This surveyor has resided in the country for many years, is thoroughly reliable and honorable, and his knowl- edge of the country enables him to locate you quickly, and give you the numbers of your filings correctly. These services are worth many times the costs. If you find nothing you want to file on he will only charge each man $5 per day for the service of himself and team. This coun- try has a fine climate, and good soils of various kinds. These are fiat table lands, smooth rolling hills, or mountains, Rations and valleys, you can have your choice. V Splendid water at from 40 to 200 feet. Coal of fine quality can be bought from $5 to $6.50 per ton. In some parts of the county, wood for fuel and fence posts can be obtained. The country is generally smooth prairie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 22 March 1906

O* mctfaly «xrakL Pnbllabad mry Thandij by the W«*AT,n PUBLISHING COH'l XstMtd «I the Pottoffice at Weattaerford Tuu, aa aecond-olaaa mall matter, J. E. H. Railey, V. A. Garrison, Editor - Associate Editor TELCPHONESi .„i J Southwestern, 168-2r Editoral Rooms | independent, 3 Editor, res., Independent 269 Associate Editor, res.,Southwestern, 264 BUBOitirriom n*Tmm. One Year |i oo Six Months Three Months Is Thursday, March 22. ANNOUNCExMENTS The fee must, in all cases, accom pany the order for announcement We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the action of the Democratic Pri mary to be held July 28. For Congress, 12th Dlatrlot james w. swAYNEof Ft.Worth t. j. powell For RrpreienUtire R. BONNA RIDGEWAY H. L. MOSEI.EY > Tor District Clerk. a. c. r. morgan, (re-election ED. R. NEWSOM For County Judge R. L. STENNIS For Sheriff R. J. D0GGETT H. H. (DOC) VARDEMAN HENRY N. POPE Far County Attorney F. O. M'KINSEY For County Treasurer W. M.BUNCH For county Cle...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 22 March 1906

1 V V." v> ; 1 #• :■ :>v* "••v..: Fifty Years the Standard CREAM RAKING POWDER A Cream of Tartar Powder Made From Grapes No Alum CARTER CULLINGS. Special Correspondence to the Herald The health of our neighbors are not, very good. Uncle Isaac Campbell, Wra. Dobbs, A. C. Statum, Miss Eliza and i Miss Iva St&wart, are all on the sick list. The weather being so changeable 1 sup- pose is the cause. February was like spring, and now March is like the dead of winter. Most all of our farmers are done plant- ing corn. Oats are looking nice so far. We are fearful that the fruit crop will be killed as it has been freezing for thirty-si* hours. Most all have some garden stuff up, such as peas, onions and beets. We do not believe in the old fogy sayings, but would suggest that it might be a good idea ^to look out next spring for Mr. Ground Hog and if he sees his shadow, act accordingly. But Texas is a little like the old woman said, "it is too all, or too none," but we always find bit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 22 March 1906

m- s> , fib'-..' HI WITT'S SAD STORY Denver and Rio Grande Passenger Trains Crasb In Colorado. DEATH LIST IS LARGE Through the Blunder of Homo Indi- vidual ■ Breudftil IMssftter Of eurs W hill a Minding Snow Morm Itaifcd. PupIiIo, Colo., March ¡é.{— No. 16 Eoutiiliouud, and No. 2. northbound past r.'ger trultiH on the Denver and rJo Ciande collided head-on ncmr Port laud, Colo., shortly after midnight. Frl day morning, unit it wan reported that at least fifty persons were killed aud a large number injured. Relief trains were ordered from Pueblo and Flor ence. The coaches caught fire and most of the victims were roasted to death. The trains met on a curve and crashed together. One of them was a double-header, aud the impact caused the two engines and smoker and d'>y coach of one of them to turn over Tito cars were crowded with passen gers. Both cars took fire. It is bitterly cold aud a heavy snow was In progress, Interfering with res- cue work. A later report from Florence gave...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 22 March 1906

i IC\ Exoaraion Rates. The following rates are author- ized via the Texas & Paoifio Rail- way Company: Aooount State Sunday Sohool Convention, Austin, Tex. Tiokets will be on sale M«rch 26 and 27. Final limit March 30th at $7.55 for round trip. Aooount Cattlemen's Conven- tion, Dallas, Texas, March 18 to 24; tickets will be on sale March 17 and 18, and for trains arriving at Dallas a. m. Maroh 19, at $2.50 for the round trip; final limit Maroh 25, 1905. Account Fat Stock Show, Fort Worth, Texas, March 22 to 24, tiokets will be on sale March 21, and for train arriving at Ft. Worth March 22, at $1.30 for round trip; final limit March 25, 1906. For the United Confederate Vet- eran Re-Union to be held in New Orleans April 25th to 27th inclu- sive, 1906, following rate and ar- rangements will be authorized. Rate: One oent per mile in each direction from Texas points to New Orleans and return. Date of Sale: April 22, 23, and 24. Final Limit: May 7,1906. On Monday April 23rd the Genera...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 22 March 1906

W-. Fort Worth, Texu, Feb. U, 1W«. TO THI VOTERS OF THE TWELFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: In announcing my candidacy for rhe Democratic nomination tor Congress, a decent respect to the opinions of the people of the district Impels me to •ubmit the following statements to them: 1 believe in a Government that derives Its Just powers from, and exer- cises its functions with, the consent of the govern«B. and I have never had a political hope or ambition that was not founded on this cardinal Democratic fl0CtLoail self-government Is the greatest Jewel in the crown of American liberty, and P'ederal license or permission should not interfere with or run counter to the expressed will of the people in local matters. And If I am elected to Congress I* will vote for the Hepburn-Dolliver "pure food bill." or any other constitutional bill that will respect the right of local self-govern ment In the liquor traffic or any other local Issue. The Federal Government should keep Kb hand off the South in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 4 April 1907

■'i, I '4 Herald U read by more than 7,000 people la Parker County eaoh week. The live mer- ohant should be represented la its oolumna. ASK POR ADVEBTISINQ RATES. Secweiiy (Ebc IHeralcL The Weatherford Repnblio consolidated with the Weekly Herald, February IB 1004. l, 2,3; at fair land n TAYLOk OLD VOL. X1Y. WEATHERFORD, PARKER COUNTY, TEXAA, THURSDAY. APRIL 4, 1907. VOt. YI1. Pants, Pantaloons or Trousers No matter by what name you may call them, every man and boy has to wear a paii of some kind. I have all grade. I have them for the man or boy who only wants to pay 50s or up to $5.00, and lots of them be- tween that price. I have dark and light colois, grey, black and blue, cuff and plain fbottoms, long and short, small in the waist and large, too; cotton, half wool and all wool, some have belt straps, drawer supporters, extra good lining and pockets, and best of all, WARRANTED NOT TO RIP 300 pairs of Boys Knee Pants, sizes 3 to 16, some are made Knickerbocker style and some plain...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 4 April 1907

4.1907 THE OCEAN WAVE What One Sees and Hears, and How He Lives On An Ocean Liner. «HIM forth* Herald by S J. THOMAS (Continued from laat week.) faoe with a steward of some sort. OUR TO*!! ral hundred edition. This missionary and county if our part. We r to your friends in the old states h. The Herald several hun- y remuneration, keep your town in the front rank, In the meantime a scene was There are dining room ntewards, being enacted on the outside that; Md of these a ohief and first would ch*llec£3 the brush of aj^nd second assistant; there are Dore or the pea of an Irving. It cabin stewards, deck stewards, wss a calamity to be át such a i baggage stewards, kitchen time in the thrall of *n cpid.mio! fV** 0h*r «• «''*■. boot' . . .. j black stewards, ohampagne and •nd un.bl. to .ppr.et.to «■•j.poU¡lltó, .towwd^ «.d «. on, gi.ndonro(th..grMt c.tocljr.mjfrom >tokw ^ o from of wind and 0 «rh d . fllrM0. to hu[rio„6 deck gray canopy in violent convut- each and all of tbem have And ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 4 April 1907

r..W A Woman's Health Is a heritae too sacred to be experimented with. Por her peculiar an4 d<fa^e aihnentg only nf known composition and which con- tain* .h\ alcojy¿Naflrcotics, or other harmful or habit-forming drugs should The one medicine which fulfills all these require- ments is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription—a remedy wilh_a record of over forty yeau of cures to recommend it; a remedy, the makers of ffhjch print its formula on evcrvi bottle-wranner and attest its complete- ness and correctness under oath: a remedy devised and adapted to worn* an's delicate constitution by an educated physician—an experienced specialist in woman's diseases; a remedy, every ingredient of which has received the written endorsement of the most eminent medical writers of all the several schools of practice for the cure of woman's peculiar diseases; a; remedy which has more bona-fide cures to its credit than any Other sold by druggists for woman's special requirements. It is not given away in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 4 April 1907

= $RK;. i ' :< ford %l 00 fio 35 the law behind him, but the At- torney General, State Comptrol- ler, Gov. Campbell, and the con- •titution of the state. The state legislature will not levy the tax rate till after the Tax Assessors have made their report to the State Revenue Agert and then they will be governed by their figures. The inpfUiy | general opinion held by the Legislators is that the rate will be considerably lowered, whioh will not make the average man's tax muoh more than it has been heretofore T. J'. Parent. Tax Assessor of Parker County. the; Editor item, 860 ent, 40 B i western 380 - ithwestern, The overwhelming majority R, 4.19071 whioh yesterday voted for the new Fort Worth charter, thereby REVENUE. I stamping their approval on the taxation and commission form of munioipal . . government, oomes only as an- jerty is just now Q^er proof „f the marked popu ftant matter be- iar¡ty 0f the oommission idea Bople. Governor when Galveston thi ough foroe o' igh the state r...

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