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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 29 June 1906

1 THE TWICtAWKIK HERALD, JUNE 29, I0O6. THE TWICC-AAVEEK HERALD Publiihod Each Tuesday and Friday by P. E. BOESEN ' Official Organ of the City of Araarlllo and Putter County. ADVERTISING RATES: - - IS cants par inch each insertion. Display Local B cants par una aacn insertion, ift-j i I cam par worn nrsi inwruun, oiaaiinaa i J (j ct. per word each subsequent insertion SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR The Hbrald will caasa coming to you whan your time expires unless we are authorized to continue it. Should any subscriber (all to receive Tin Hirald regularly, please advise us at once by -card or telephone . Any erroneous reflection uporf the character, tending or reputation of any person, firm or cor poration which may appear in the columns of Thi Herald will be gladly eorrected upon Its being brought to the attention of the publishers. FRIDAY. JUNE 29, 1906. How Ions are, we going to toler ate that which is marring the fair name of our city? Is it not time some measure was taken by our "c...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 29 June 1906

THE TWICE-vWEEK HERALD, JUNE 29, 1906 4 M "Be Just to Yourself" Blue Ribbon Wheat Cream "Eat Nothing But the Best" "Not How Cheap, 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 Personal Mention. Gov. Browning spent Thursday in Clarendon on business Judge S. H. Madden returned yesterday from a short business trip to Fort Worth. Mrs. K. K. Kerr and Mrs. M. Fletcher, of this city, are visiting their brother, Lem Stewart and family, at McKinney, Texas. T. J. Matthew, of Blooming Grove, Texas, was in the city this week looking at Panhandle proper ty. T. E. Parmer, of Ft. Worth, has accepted a position as private stenographer to Auditor Sweet of the Pesos Valley. B.n Hartley, with the South Western Paper Co., Dallas, was doing business in Amarillo this week. C B. Pash left this week for Kansas City, Chicago...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 29 June 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, JUNE 29, 1906 FOUNTAIN RESORT All that is good, cold and refreshing in summer drinks 6IST BROTHERS Druggists. 1 in imi 1 111 mi p 111 in 1 11 ii,uum) j'JV-g" i-g'ijj GROCERIES! A Complete Stock of Fresh, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fine Candies, Cigars and Tobacco. Prices Right! Quality the Best! Give us a Call! Our Vegetables Market Includes, Fresh Potatoes, Lettuce, Mustard, Onions, String Beans, Squash, Green Peas. Oranges, Apples and Banana's. :: LAMBETH BROS., (Successors to D. A. Williams.) 618 POLK STREET. PHONE 124 CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS -ln- Plemons Addition. N . H The southwest part of Amarillo is a very de sirable location for homes. j A FEW BARGAINS in improved City Property, at lower prices than you can build. j JOHN H. WILLS, Opera House Building. f . F I R E INS U R A N E C McK night & Williams, I 24 OLD LINE COMPANIES. n KOOME 1214 EBERSTADT BUILDIING. John Dees J. F. Dees Lone Star Land Co. 15 years in the Panhandle. Dealers in Real Estat...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 29 June 1906

V THE TVVICE-A-WHHK HERALD, JUNE 29, 1906 0i Stretch the Money. You spend for Gro ceries by making your purchases where it will secure the utmost val ue Economy in Gro cery values is not in buying the most for die least money but in high grade quality, We handle only the most selected lines of Canned Goods, Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffees and the best Flour manufactured -AND- COLLI 1 PHONE 29. Help Settle Your Own . Country Soad V tha ttamat at Your Old FrlaadM Baak s$t. Somt of tham may want to ehanga their location and com wast. A llltla halp from you will aisitt u In reach ing many who art looking (or nW homo. Wa mall your frlenda truthful llturatu-a about your part of tlia country and place their name on tha complimentary mailing list of "Itn Earth," an Interesting monthly devoted to Southwell Immigration. Don put It off. " Write this week to C. L. SZAORAVZS General Colouitatlon Agent 1113 Ry Exchange, Chicago. 3D Poatagu Stsir.p Market. One or the fatnll'ar and picturesq...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 29 June 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, JUNE 2o, 19o6, A TRIP TO PACIFIC Our Iowa Friends Makes a Purchase of Panhandle Lands. (Extract from a letter to Allerton Iowa News.) To all the friends and neighbors near and far away: I have at last decided to tell them of my journey to the Pacific coast in 1906. Many of them may have looked forward for this far a long time, but time and opportunity have been against me this far, therefore, I beg to be excused if any of my friends have got weary by this time, but I will endeavor to do my best and not be tedious to wear on the patience of the kind editor of the Allerton News. As luck would have it we left our home town, Allerton, Dec. 26, 1905, for Kansas City, and after a short stop there we boarded a through train for Denver, Colo., and there enjoyed the hospitality of my kind nephew, Henjamine Reipi, who was at that time in the ice business. I will pass no opinion about the city only that it is a swell place. From the dome of the capitol we could see Pik...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 29 June 1906

8 THE TWICE-AWEEK HERALD, JUNE 29, I9O6. Hot weather calls for Cool Underwear and you should see the "Porosknit" before buying. It is the ideal Summer Underwear. We al so have the Bleached Jeans Underwear that is as light as a feather. We can suit you. E. D. Green & Company 510 Polk SUCCESS of your Sunday dinner depends on whether or not ydu serve a dish of our delicious Amarillo Ice Cream Co. Phone 223. Orders delivered promptly Make Your MONEY Earn MONEY We are in possession of information that is bound to enhance the value of property in Amarillo. Now Is the time to make Investments. SEE US Western Lands and Immigration Company, Exclusive Agents for The Amarillo Co. Amarillo National Bank Bldg. Amarillo, Texas. Bargains in Choice Panhandle Lands. WANT A HOME ? We have assisted many people to homes, both in country and in town, who would not today accept an advance of 60 per cent on the cost price, BUY RIGHT AND YOU WILL MAKE MONEY IN PANHANDLE PROPERTY. We have some choice ba...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 3 July 1906

The Herald Office is Now Located in the Slade Building, 616 Polk Street. The TwiceaWeek Herald. VOL. XXI. AMARILLO. TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1906 NO. 53 3, Dtr. To The ethodists of Amarillo HE Meeting at youPrch is growing in interest and increasing in power. Have you been attending the serv ices? Have you contributed anything to the success of the meeting ? Permit me to urge you to attend the morning serv ices, especially, and to induce others to attend. This is a great opportunity for you to get good and to do much good. Attend regularly, pray fervent ly, and work diligently, and great will be your reward. Your Pastor, C. N. N. FERGUSON. 3 IB Attention Praetorians. G Meet without fail on Thursday night, July 5. at 8:30 sharp, Eagle Hall. Business of importance to transact on above night. R. E. Underwood, S. A. B. Harris, Wor. R. Feel Impending Doom. The feeling of impending doom in the minds of many victims of bright's disease and diabetes has been changed to thankfulness by the be...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 3 July 1906

TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, JULY 3, 19o6. 2 GUDDEN HOUSE DEED Joseph F. Utidden Says Ml Son In Law Got Title By Fraud. Illinois True Republican Joseph P. Glidden, of DeKalb, has filed suit in the circuit court against William H. Bush, of Chica go, to set aside a deed by which Mr. Glidden conveyed to Mr. Bush the Glidden house in DeKalb, val ued at $75,000. Mr. Glidden, who is one of the most widely known and highly es teemed citizens of DeKalb county, is 93 years of age and has been to some degree, for several years past, physically infirm, and while retain ing charge of his private affairs with the aid of trusted employees, he has not been personally conducting his enterprises. He says in his bill: On April 17, 1906, he was owner of the Glidden House at DeKalb, where he resid ed. Before May, 1906, his only daughter, Elya Bush, wife of Will iam H. Bush, was residing with her husband in Chicago, suffering from an incurable malady, and her death was expected at any moment. Mr. Glidden visite...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 3 July 1906

THE TWICE-A-WKEK HERALD, JULY 3, I9O6. THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD Published Each Tuesday and Friday by P. E. BOESEN Olllclal Organ of tha City ol Amarlllo and Potter County. ADVERTISING RATES: Display - 15 cants par inch aach Insertion. Locals - - - 5 cents per line each Insertion. ri...;n a 1 P9ir word flrst insertion, oiassinea ; ct word jUbsequent Insertion SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR Tub Herald will cease eomlnctoyou when your time expires unless we are authorized to continue it. Should any subscrlbar fall to receive Tub Herald regularly, please advise us at once by card or telephone. Any erroneous reflection upon the character. Standing or reputation of any person, firm or cor- K ration which may appear In the columns of in I irald will be gladly corrected upon its being brougffl to the attention of the publishers. TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1906. THE CANDIDACY OF JOHN W. VEALE. In the selection of a senator for the 29th district, it is not necessary for a newspaper or an individual to do a...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 3 July 1906

4 "Be Just to Blue Rbbon Wheat Cream "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 Personal Mention. J. II. Hurdock, a stranger, died at the sanitarium Saturday morn ing. The body was 6hipped to Hugo, I. T. . Mrs. Capt. McCary, of the Sal vation Army, went up to Dalhart Sunday morning, and Captain Mc Cary and daughter went up on Monday night's train. They will remain until Friday and hold some special meetings in the city. Rev. G. C. Rankin, editor of the Christian Advocate at Dallas, was in the city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wilson and Mrs. Witherspoon, of Hereford, are in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Fuqtia. Mr. T. A. Matheny, of East St. Louis, is in charge of the office of Cunningham & Cunningham. Mr. Cunningham, the junior membe...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 3 July 1906

1 THE TYV1CE-A-WEEK HERALD, JULY 3, 1906 Hot weather calls for Cool Underwear and you should see the " Porosknit " before buying. It is the ideal Summer Underwear. We al so have t e Bleached Jeans Underwear that is as light as a feather. We can suit you, E. D. Green & Company 510 Polk 43 SECTION RANCH Situated in Brewster county, on railroad near town. Watered by windmills and tanks. All good grass land. 18 sections patented, 17 sections purchased school land, 8 sections leased PRICE: f2 jht acre for patent laud, fi Ikmhisoij homestead land, Throw in leases. With the ranch 1500 cattle at f 16, throw in calves up to June 1, 1906. 700 or 8x calves expected. 54 registered black muley bulls with the herd TURNEY & McKINNEY, ALPIME, FREWSTEU COUNTY, TEXAS, WANT. ADS. (One cent a word for first insertion half a cent a word each insertion follow ing. Minimum charge 15 cents, payable in advance. " - For Sale niscellaneous. FOR SALE Some fine Durham Milk Cows. Just give from A to 4 ga...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 3 July 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, JULY 3, I9O6. Stretch the Money. You spend for Gro ceries by making your purchases where it will secure the utmost val ue Economy in Gro cery values is not in buying the most for the least money but in high grade quality, We handle only the most selected lines of Canned Goods, Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffees and the best Flour manufactured. GRIFFIN -AND- COLLINS PHONE 2o. Help Settle Your Own Country Snd Ui lh Nsmit of Your Old rrlmdi Bttk laxt. Soma of thorn may want to change their location and coma west. A llttla hnlpftofi you will assist ui In reach ing many who art looking lor n.W homes. We mall your (rlends truthful llturatur about your part of the country and place their namit on the complimentary mailing list of "The Earth," an interesting monthly devoted to Southwest Immigration. Don't put It olT. Write this week to C. I. StAORUVCS Oeneral Colonization Agent 1113 Ry Exchange, Chicago. DRAUGHON FREE mail BOOKKEEPING AND SHORTHAND to FIVlMirmii...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 3 July 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, JULY 3, 19oi, 7 0 PALISADE WORM KILLING HORSES It appears iLrnt in several purls ui tLe country horses arc dying or are affected with n trouble not well mule stood by the farmers ami variously at tributed to "malarial fever," the "blind staggers," "poisoning" and "partial paralysis." A letter 'to a Kansas ex change reads: "I have lost four good mares and one horse In the last two jears. They get stupid, have fever, kidneys affected, wabble In hind quar ters, and the veterinary here says It Is malarial fever, caused from the well water." It Is asserted by one writer on the subject that the trouble Is caused by the armed strouglc, or palisade worm, Btrongylus annatus, or Selcrestoma equlnum, a dull gray or reddish brown worm which In Its Immature stage Is found hi nearly all parts of the body of the auluial. This worm when full grown Is from three-quarters of an Inch to two Inches la length and Is then found almost entirely lu the be ginning of tbe large lutes...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 3 July 1906

8 THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, JULY 3, 1906 IP TcD LA IT Li SEC for Lao d and Land (CD) n n n it Cfl I V' n t r 5 r In S 5 ;: KNOWN AS R ailroad Bonus Lands now on sale Must be Sold Within Ninety Days at Close Price. NET PRICE TO LAND AGENTS OR COMMISSION. -MEW 4 VAN SANT, HAPPY, WRIGHT, Will be Opened at Once. TOWN LOTS NOW ON SALE. GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR. Ninety per cent, of immigration now coming to west Texas is sure to go down this line of railroad, as it is well known this is the very best country in west Texas. usiness Openiii gs. Land Will Double Its Present Value Before January 1st, Country rapidly being: settled with industrious, intelligent and thrifty farmers from the east. New towns will build up rapidly. Now is the time to buy your land and town lots. We have opened our General Offices at Canyon City, Texas, opposite depot. Largest Offices and Display of all farm products of the South Plains. ADDRESS mifv cm A rv FT3 era n n n Canyon City, Texas. ST3 5

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 3 July 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, JULY 3, FOUNTAIN RESORT All that is good, cold and refreshing in summer drinks -AT- GIST BROTHERS Druggists. CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS -In- Plemons Addition. The southwest part of Amarillo is a very de sirable location for homes. A FEW BARGAINS in improved City Property, at lower prices than you can build. JOHN H. WILLS, Opera House Building. '"""M. "". IJ....I.. ' '.1 l- "WMW.L .-"'I "O.P,L.L.Ul...N!l.!Jl m.Mm 3281 WANT A HOME ?, Wt have assisted many people to homes, both in country and in town, who would not today accept an advance of 60 per cent on the cost price, BUY RIGHT AND YOU WILL MAKE MONEY IN PANHANDLE PROPERTY. We have some choice bargains in ranches and town property . SLADE & BASSETT, BOX 683. AMARILLO, TFXAS. Make Your MONEY Earn MONEY We are in possession of information that is bound to enhance the value of property in Amarillo. Now Is the time to make investments. SEE US Western Lands and Immigration Company, Exclusive Agents for The Amaril...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 3 July 1906

lo THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, JULY 3, I9O6. The South Plains Road. Everything is on the jump now along the line of the new Santa Fe extention to Plainview. The grad ing of the road is practically com plete and the steel and bridge tim ber is rapidly being unloaded. In a very short time the track laying crew will begin work. Sometime in September the road will be com plete to Plainview , open up to the world of commerce and agriculture one of the best countries in the world. All kinds of grains, fruits, grasses and vegetables grow and yield as well as anywhere else in the great Southwest. This new extention is sixty miles in length, running a little east of south to Plainview, which is a flourishing inland town of nearly 2,000 inhabitants. Half way be tween Plainview and Canyon is located Tulia, the county site of Swisher county, a thriving village with about 1,000 inhabitants. The postoffice of Happy, formerly Hap py Hollow, is located in this country. The name it derived from the Ind...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 6 July 1906

The Herald Office is Now Located in theSIade Building, 16 Polk Street. Week Herald me i wicea VOL. XXI. AMARILLO. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1906 H6 4' . NO. 54 III I IWIIPIMI.PW,lg Wm9lJ&iTSXmrU9Lja.X.,lB3LIJXllJXE lain T-:riCTirev.K -rr-r-.trr. . ; nj iim.mtTOTm!iwlinioTyaujii.t. - ' -- - - - - " " ' '. I "11" !. ' Ul !.1.'PJi....J limi fi jil i't' ;F ' '' "r ,r Pwmnagnmgjg! -y Announce- ments for unclay There yill be four services at the flethodist church. At ten o'clock, members will be receiv ed in two classes, the children in the first class and the adults in the second. Let all of the sixty -five persons who have given their names for member ship in the Methodist church be present at that hour. At eleven o'clock there will be preaching. Extra seats will be provided. At 4 o'clock there will be another children's service in charge of firs. Lowrey. All the children are invited. At eight thirty a service for all. Come everybody. A great day is expected. C. N. N. FERGUSON. CREHOS ...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 6 July 1906

2 TYVICE-A-WEEK HERALD, JULY 6, 19o6. DATA FOR JUNE From the Records of the Weather Bureau, Recorded at the Amarillo Station. ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE. Mean, 29.84; highest 50.13 date, 21; lowest, 29.54, date, 22. TEMPERATURE. . Highest, 1 00; date,30;lowest,50: -date, 4; greatest daily range, 42; date, 22; least daily range, 14; date, 1. Mean of this month for 1892, 74; 1893, 75; 1894, 72; 1895, 69; 1896, 76; 1897, 72; 1898, 71; 1899, 70; 1900, 72; 1901, 73; 1902, 73; 1903, 66; 1904, 70; 1905, 74; 1906, 71. Mean maximum for month, 84.9; mean minimum for month, 57.7; mean for month, 71.73. Mean for this month for 1 years 72; absolute minimum for this month for 15 years, 42; abso lute maximum for this month for 1 5 years, 105; average daily excess or deficiency of this month as com pared with mean of 15 years, -1; accumulated excess or deficiency since January 1, -2.40; average daily excess or deficiency 6ince January 1, -.85. PRECIPITATION. Total this month, 2.07; 6now fall.0.0 Inches; ...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
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