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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 4 May 1906

prn o TT tt jr ti IT TT "i""7 t le TwiceaWeek Heraid VOL. XXI. AMARILLO TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 4 1906 NO. 3b ' ' SHOULD ACT NOW Only Short Time Left to Raise Amount Asked By the Santa Fe. The railroad bonus question is the all absorbing subject in busi- ness circles just now and the com- mittee is bending every energy to secure the amount desired at the earliest possible moment. The original committee of six has called upon practically all of the business men in the city and the amount subscribed to date rep- resents only about three-fourths of what is wanted. Since the first meeting of the committee there has not been an idle moment and those composing this committee have devoted a great deal of time and attention to the work of sub- THE VALUE OR Fort Worth is not crowing but she has landed the Frisco shops and hasn't looked back. The Fort Worth people have put up more money according to population than any town in Texas save Cleburne. The latter has put up $250000 in bonuses for railroa...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 4 May 1906

2 THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY MAY 4 1906 YOU TfiAMN Should be with the firm where you can buy the most for the least amount of money expended. We have a complete stock of groceries a large and representative line of harness and big showing in gents' furnishings. We can give you more real bargains for your money than any other store in Amarillo and invite you to call on us and price our goods before purchasing elsewhere. ' We are in the market at all times for all classes of country produce and will pay highest cash prices. We Quote You a Few Prices for Next Week: 17 pound sack of meal 35c Best hard wheat flour $2.50 Good hard wheat flour 2.35 18 pounds granulated sugar 1.00 10 pounds Swilt Premium lard - v 1.25 Good ham per pound 13 l4c 3 packages Scotch Oats 30c 4 packages Ralston Oats 25c 3 packages Dr Price's Celery Food 25c 3 cans corn ' 25c 3 cans peas 25c 3 cans beans 25c 3 cans blackberries 25c $6.00 guitar for only - $3-50 $45.00 sewing machine for $22.50 $65.00 sewing ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 4 May 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY MAY 4 1906 0 THE TWO VANREVELS By BOOTH TARKINGTON. Author of "The Gentleman From Indians" nd "MoMleai Besucalit" Copyright 1W by S. S. McClurt Co. This interesting story began In issue of The Herald dated March 30th. Back numbers can be had at The Herald office and your subscription can be dated back to begin with that number. his friends until be had fought out sonic things within lilnelf. So ho Btrodo on toward nowhere Dy was brenklug when Mr. Gray climbed the stairs to his room. There were two flights the ascent of the first of which occupied nboot half ou hour of C'ralley's Invaluuble time and the second might have taken more of It or possibly consumed the greater part of the morning had ho received no assist- ance; but as lie reclined to meditate upon the first landing another man en- tered the hallway from without ns- cended quickly and Cralley became pleasantly conscious that two strong hands had lifted him to his feet and presently that he was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 4 May 1906

4'-. THE TWICE-A-VVEEK HERALD FRIDAY MAY 4 1906. KB Ik SPECIAL gcj SATURDAY Hi AY 5 500 Dozen HOSE 500 Dozen Ladies Special BlacK Hose 25 cent values Saturday only. Si j 1 THE FAMOUS LAND AGENTS AND DEALERS Amarillo Texas 'Mexico Missouri. We have buyers for Good Panhandle Lands at market prices. We have Eastern and Northern connections with some of the best Real Estate men in their locality who will bring us land buyers. ' . ' We are locating here to stay. We have had 25 years of successful experience in the land business. We would like you to list your lands with us for sale and would be glad to have all interested in buyiug or selling Texas lands to call and see us. LAKE NAN & BARNES (Successors to Fidelity Land Co.) A in a r i 1 1 o Hotel Annex. Roar Roar Roar! Why dou'i yon quit roar- inil mid y ur rigs from Pike ' $tr.iil' Ii very Ham 15rv thing is uj-o-riuht 1 ww tlic horses 411 c all U'Httl'lwMjktrs and grxKl lookers nice shower and fa -l uoers. Don't form t the Plioi.e ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 4 May 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY MAY 4 1906 1 Store 0 KtoTw 5asvow. am&soxis s SJt S3VSS Monday Morning we Start our Great Ready Made Sale of Ladies' Tailored Suits and Skirts the Season's Best Novelties. Those pretty Eton effects that featured so strongly during Convention Week and won the admiration of the hundreds of visitors Only one or two of a kind making it an exclusive stock to select from. With those fetching costumes of Panama silk lined Eton Jackets some have silk drop skirts all richly trimmed in braids of silk. Some of the jackets have the elbow sleeves and others are full length. In the following assortment of colors Coral Pink Alice Blue Queens Gray Shadow Gray Receda Green Navy Blue and Black. Here's the revised price list: $35.00 Suits now 30.00 " " 27.50 25.00 22.50 20.00 18.50 $2625 . 22.75 21.25 .. 16.75 . 15.25 . 14.25 . 13.75 lust a few light weight spring coats left to be included in this special sale. Fancy light mixture in Panama coats the long form fittin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 4 May 1906

6 THE TWICE-A-VVREK HERALD FRIDAY MAY 4 I0O6. THE TWICE-A.WEEK HERALD Publithad Each Tuesday and Friday by tin AMARILLO PUBUSHINO COMPANY E. P. UROOKS BRITAIN R.WEBB Buslneis Manager City Editor Official Organ of th. City of Anarlllo. ADVERTISINQ RATES: Display - 19 cent par Inch each Inssrtlon. Locals 8 cents per Una each insertion. Clkuiflnd ' ' cn' VT wor(' nrs insartion 11 I )i ct. par word aach subsoquent lnsartion SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER YEAR Th Herald will caasa coming to you whan your lima expire unless wa are authorized to continue it. Should any subscriber fall to receive Tub Hirald regularly pleasa advise us at once by card or telephone. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person. Arm or cor- poration which may appear in the columns of Thi Hkrald will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention o( the publishers. FRIDAY HAY 4 1906. Amarillo lovers of good baseball are promised two interesting games here with Dalhart the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 4 May 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY MAY 4 1906 7 DON'T SCRATCH ANY. MORE William's Soluble Sulphur Instantly stops that horrible Itchinir. Parmansntly cures Itch Eczema Tetter Etc Cures Mange on animals exterminates Mites and Bed-bugs. etc. The greatest Blood Purifier on Earth Ask your druggist about it. Guaranteed to cure or your money back. For sale in Amarillo by E. R. Roach Drug Co. wholesale and retail; Cist Bros. L. U. Thompson & Bros. and Golding Drug Co. BIBB & WHITESIDE Real Estate and Loans INSURANCE. 5uits 7 Oliver-Eakle Building. Telephone 79. r HOMES IN 80000 Acres of the Famous LX Ranch is now on the Market at $3.00 an Acre and up. Good Farm Lands Near Amarillo at $6.50 to $15.00 per Acre. Come and see these lands now. Prices are ad- vancing rapidly and Choice Sections passing into other hands daily. You will make money by acting at once. & & HEADQUARTER for Farms Ranch Lands and Town Property. Will A. Miller Land Company Amarillo Keep in the Right Path! Tha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 4 May 1906

THE TWICE-A-VVEEK HERALD FRIDAY MAY 4 1906 Lands Lands in Large Tracts Ranches and Cattle for Sale on Either Side of the Quar- antine Line in Texas and Adjoining States and in Old Mexico. When you want to buy or sell lands in large tract9 ranches or cattle as aforesaid remember that it might be to' your interest to see E. A . raff rath or so called "Tat" commission man before either buying or selling such property. It is no trouble for me to answer letters or questions in person. I will spare neither time money nor hard work in looking after any busi- ness you may intrust to me. Address ine Lock Box 62 Fort Worth Texas. See me in person at Hotel Worth Port Worth Texas where I make head- quarters. As an evidence that yau can trust me with deals of magnitude I sold for Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Kreismau of St. Louis the L. S. Ranch and cattle situated in Oldham county near Amarillo Texas for about $575000 to the L. S. Cattle company. Also sold W T. Waggoner of Decatur. Texas for Webb & ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 8 June 1906

The Herald Office Is Now Loc&yjin tne siaae buildihg 616 Polk Street. W I lie wicea VOL. XXI. AMARILLO TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 8 1906 NO. 46 Foot I Injured. Carl Robinson who has charge of the city circulation of the Herald and an assistant in the mechanical department was the victim of a painful accident received last Sun- day in a heavy imposing stone falling across his foot. Although his foot pained him considerably he continued with his work until Thursday night when the pain was such that a physician was call- ed in and after an examination found that two of the small bones in his foot were fractured. He will be confined to his room a week or longer. A Notre Dame Lady's Appeal. To all knowing sufferers of rheu- matism whether muscular or of the joints sciatica lumbagos back- ache pains in the' kidneys or neu- ralgia pains to write to her for a home treatment which has repeat- edly cured all of these tortures. She feels it her duty to send it to all sufferers FREE. You cure yourse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 8 June 1906

X JUNE 8 19o6. .1 ' ' f iimrr- jj 3 inm THE BKAVKR JfAT For a nobby suit See NICOL the tailor in our tailoring department. THE LILACS. YMr Aford Rlefc Vrlelr ! Color itMd the wn. ' Syrlnga emodL a ipeclet of lilac from the Himalaya mountain Is a very Igoroua shrub flowering freely. There la a variegated form which Is very at- tractive with Its blend of green and pale yellow. Most trees and shruba of Ta rlegated foliage burn badly In the irest For Instance I once secured a variegated catalpa and planted It under the one hundredth meridian. It burst Into growth all right but the sun burn- ad the delicate leaves. After this the tree adjusted Itself to Its new surround- ings by producing leaves entirely pale green. The variegated form of S. modi retains lta color the variegation being of course more pronounced In the spring than when the temperature runs up to nearly 100 degrees. There are now 130 kinds of lilacs and the number Is Increasing. S. oblata from China with Its great heart sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 8 June 1906

T l L. Jl lilt y- 'll THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALDUNE 8 !9o6 TREE PLANTING Trees Planted in Panhandle Thrive and Are in Thrifty Condition. "The Panhandle is in better shape than I have ever known it to be" says L. D. Louthrain of Kort Worth. "I have just returned from Dalhart in Hartley county where I found everything booming. Hart- ley has has now nearly 3000 pop- ulation and is growing rapidly. "In the country they are tearing up the whole face of the plains with big steam plows one machine breaking as much as forty acres a day. The country is rapidly pass- ing from the cattleman to the ag- riculturist and it will not take many years to complete the trans- fer. "Crops are looking fine and a most abundant yield is promised. People are coming in every day and new farms are being opened up all over that section. Tree planting is quite a feature in that part of Tex- as. I saw black locust groves that were planted last year that have grown from plants no larger than a riding switch to young...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 8 June 1906

io. .i vir II hi li imfwiw hi i xaaw I THE TWICE-A-VV EEK HERALD JUNE 8 1906 L. . I l I .!'!' iJ.LLli"' JJIW mtmsmmmagBJiaisvrn 1 HcLean Items. W. W. Mars of Van Alstyne Texas has arrived at McLean with his family. Mr. Mars bought the Hoge property a few miles north of McLean. He says it is a pleasure to get out here away from the mud of the black land belt The growth or the McLean country continues with unabated enthusiasm. Every sale of land means a home builder a citizen a tax payer. S. B. Owens formerly Commis- sioner of Gray county but now a resident of New Mexico says the Panhandle country is settling very fast indeed and that the McLean country is getting its full share of the homeseekers. Arrangements have been made to the end that McLean will have three threshing machines running in full blast this Fall. The pro- spects are that a very heavy crop of corn will be made and kaffir and maize in abundance. N. D. Bently the special agent of the Department of Agriculture who will ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 8 June 1906

Y V THE TWICE-A-WEEK f r LD JUNE 8 I9O6. : "Be Just to Blue Ribbon "Eat Nothing But the Best" "Not How Cheap but How Good" SNOW FLAKE FLOUR The above two products are made In our own mill and In conformity with our motto "A High Quality is Rather to be Chosen than a Low Price." They are absolutely PERFECT. SAYRE MILL and ELEVATOR CO. Call for Them at V Local News Items DR. ALBERT J. CALDWELL Specialist on diseases of Eye Ear Nose and Throat. Offlice Rooms 1 and 2 Eakle Bldg corner 6th and Polk. Hours 8 to 12 a. m. 2 to 6 p. m. 36-TF A. Davidson is in theeasi on bus- iness. Quality is what counts and qual- ty is what we have. 40tf Sayre Mill and Elevator Co. Mrs. J. V. Rice has gone to Tex- ico to visit her father. Mr. G. W. Puckett. Cr. A. J. Caldwell has returned and is at his office in Eakle Bldg. His patients and the public will take due notice. 46-47 Be just to yourself. Eit nothing but the best. 40tf Sayre Mill and Elevator Co. B. F. Tepe was over from Cana- dian Wednesday. San...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 8 June 1906

' 1 V.. 1 I 8 THE TWICE-AWEEK HERALD JUNE 8 Io06j .--.ni... ........ -'--H.il MWIWllll'illl'"" r f THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD Publith! Ech Tuday and Friday by BOESEN A B3C0KS. P. E. BOESEN E. P. BROOKS BRITAIN R.WEBB Editor Business Manager City Editor Official Organ of tha City of Amarlllo and Potter Couaty. ADVERTISING RATES: Display " 19 cants par Inch each Insertion. Locals - - S cents per line each Insertion. Classified I cent per word nrsi insertion .4 ct. per word each subsequent insertion SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR Tug Hrrald will caasa cominit to you when your time expires unless wa are authorized to continue it. Should any subscriber full to receive Tub Hrhald regularly please advise us at once by card or telephone. Any erroneous reflection upon the character Standing; or reputation ol any person firm or cor- poration which may appear in tha columns of Tub Herald will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. FRIDAY JUNE 8 1906. THE GOOD ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 8 June 1906

HE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 8 1906 YOUR HAT BIBB & WHITESIDE Real Estate and Loans INSURANCE. Suits 7 Oliver-Eakle Building. Telephone 7. SSSE LAND AGENTS AND DEALERS Amarillo Texas J- J Mexico Missouri. We have buyers for Good Panhandle Lands at market prices. We have Eastern and Northern connections with some of the best Real Estate men in their locality who will bring us land buyers. We are locating here to stay. We have had 25 years of successful experience in the land business. We would like you to list your lands with us for sale and would be glad to have all interested in buyiug or selling Texas lands to call and see us. L AKEN AN & BARNES (Successors to Fidelity Land Co.) Amarillo Hotel Annex. HOMES IN TEXAS. 80000 Acres of the Famous LX Ranch is now on the Market at $3.00 an Acre and up. J Good Farm Lands Near Amarillo at $6.50 to $15.00 per Acre. Come and see these lands now. Prices are ad- vancing rapidly and Choice Sections passing into other hands daily. You wil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 8 June 1906

--mm X 'J ' 10 v THE TWICE-A-WEEK HEAtD JUNE 8 Io06i -. v 'HfF ET1T 1 Settle Your Own Country THE Is doing its share in trying to send more farmers to your country. You can help that work by a little effort. Every reader of this notice is re- quested to send to the undersigned a list of his friends in the East who may possibly be interested. Iterature re- garding your country 11 be mailed to them and ajy questions they may aslc will be fully answered. Send list this week to C. L SEAGRAVES Gen'l Colonization Agt. A.T. & S.F.Ry. Railway Exchange Chicago Buy Your TicKet To Ft. Worth then take the Inierurban. All cars pass the Union Station 5 minutes after each hour from 6 a. m. to 11 p. m. ROUND TRIP RATE TO DALLAS $1.25 No dust imoke or cinders. Elegant service. Fast time. All cars pass beautiful Lake Erie. Address W. F. FORBESS G. P.ICU T. A. Fort "Worth Texas DM J A.S .r3fi WORTH For Sale at Half Price. My right to breed two mares to McKnight German Coach horse address Box 155 H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 12 June 1906

The Herald Office is Now Located in the Slade Building 616 Pol? c-et. .ofiv Ata0 ?lr I wiceai me eeK nerai VOL. XXI. AMARILLO TEXAS TUESDAY JUNE 12 1906 NO. 47 j. r w CHIEFS OF POLICE Annual fleeting of Chiefs of Police and City Harshals Called to Order This Morning. The Chiefs' of Police and City Marshals of Texas have taken charge of the city large delegations of them arriving on the incoming trains last night and this morning and today finds the city better policed than ever before in its his- tory. The twelvth annual meeting of the Chiefs of Police and City Mar- shals of Texas was called to order this morning at 10:50 o'clock by ex-city marshal J. W. Britt who presided in the absence of the president W. M. Reaof Fort Worth. In answer to the roll call seventv- three members responded. James H. Maddox Chief of Police of Fort Worth was elected chair- man by acclamation. He was called upon for a speech and in response said: When it comes to making speeches I am down and out but 1 as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 12 June 1906

TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 12 19o6. P.xs I Overalls We have the exclu- sive agency for the best Overall made in the world-THE SWEET-ORR & CO. Overalls are known and worn the world over and when you buy them you know you have your money's worth d Green PHONE Disease takes no summer vacation. If you need flesh and strength use Scott's Emulsion summer as in winter. Sand (or fret aanpl. BCOtT ft BOWNE Chamtatt 9-4'S Paart Street Nm York foe. and f i.oo all dnif)ite. Contradiction In Naturs. For hundreds of years perhaps thousands the Australian black has accepted the doctrine of a trinity In heaven and the theory of evolution. In some respects he is far superior to his civilized contemporary. Yet he curia himself round 'Ike a dog and elnks to deep on the bare ground at sunset. In the dark he Is a veritable coward. Some Curious Hobbles One woman who collbcts tf ..pots has 1100 of these articles of various sizes designs and nationality. Another has a horde of thimbles that have once bee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 12 June 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 12 I0O6. THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD Published Etch Tuesday and Friday by BOESEN 4 BROOKS. P. E. BOESEN BRITAIN R.WEBB Editor and Manager City Editor Official Oman of the City of Amarlllo and Potter County. ADVERTISING RATES: Display - - - IS cents par inch each insertion. Locals - - - 8 cents par line each insertion. Classified 1 cent par word first insertion. H ct. per word each subsequent insertion SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR The Hsrald will cease coming to you when your time expires unless we are authorized to continue it Should any subscriber (ail to receive Tub Herald regularly pittase advise us at once by card or telephone. Any erroneous reflection upon the character Handing or reputation of any parson firm or cor- poration which may appear in the columns of Thi Herald will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. TUESDAY JUNE 12 1906. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES . It sometimes happens that one thinks he can get mor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 12 June 1906

I EBK HERALD JUNE 12 1906 rr "Be Just to Yourself" lue Ribbon Wheat Cream "Eat Nothing "Not How Cheap but How Good" SNOW FLAKE FLOUR tl The above two products are made in our own mill and In conformity with our motto "A High Quality is Rather to be Chosen than a Low Price." They are absolutely PERFECT. SAYRE MILL and ELEVATOR CO. Call for Them at Local News Items DR. ALBERT J. CALDWELL Specialist on diseases of Eye Ear Nose and Throat. Offiice Rooms 1 and 2 Eakle Bide corner 6th and Polk. Hours 8 to 12 a. m. 2 to 6 p. m. 36-TF The Lady Maccabees at their last meeting were entertained by Ladies Hill Underwood and Peppers. Re- freshments were served at the close of the meeting. Quality is what counts and qual- ty is what we have. 40tf Sayre Mill and Elevator Co. J. H. Patton left Monday for Louisville Ky. on business and expects to be away two weeks. Dr. A. J. Caldwell has 'returned and is at his office in Eakle Bide. His patients and the public will take due notice. 46-47 E. T. Kenne...

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