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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 6 July 1906

11 5E2 PANHANDLE LANDS STOMACH ACHE THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JULY 6 19o6 A FREE BOOK FOR MEN. V; to v. iurir''-'-4'1 - i--"VLiiiiihiiii iii DR. J. H. TEKRILL. Dr TerriU's latest Book No. 14 has been written for men who desire to pos- sess Normal strength health and happi- ness and it will be of the greatest value to men in any walk of life who suffer with any of the Special or Pelvic Diseases peculiar to their sex and who are in need of Expert medical attention. Dr. Terrill has not published this book for profit but to give necessary scientific .information to those who need it and it is conceded to be the Very Best of its kind ever pub- lished and distributed to weak men. Send For It Today! It will be sent Ab- solutely Free in a plain sealed envelope (if you will mention this paper and en- close six cents for postage and packing ) to any man who is afflicted with Richard Walsh of the J. A. Ranch Talks About the Great Northwest. Varicocele Stricture Contagious Blood Poison Lost Manho...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 6 July 1906

St 12 THE TW1CE-A WEEK HERALD JULY 6 I9O6. 17 KJ H Y S3BX9 c Land n t IP 0 A n a and iu.sf r a rat: 1 9 res w n II BT3 '9 i(a 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. ME W towns 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 usiness Openings. is sure to go down this line of railroad as it is well known this is the very best country in west Texas 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 1 li H era E 1 r 9 Canyon City Texas.

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 July 1906

The Herald Office is Now Located in the Slade Building 616 Polk Street. TwSceaWeeM I he VOL. XXI. AMARILLO TEXAS TUESDAY JULY 10 1906 NO. 55 . I'll ...... '1 WIND MILL FACTORY Kwitern Concern Huh an Eye on Am arlllo and May Ixcate Here. That the city of Amarlllo will some day be the manufacturing center of the great Southwest la no longer a thing to be doubted and more and more la this seen each day. Hardly a week passes but what some Institu- tion decides to locate among us and If the list that Is now on file could be secured at once which Includes the names of Individuals and Arms seeking locations away . from the crowded north and east Amarlllo would In a day jump Into the rank as one of the most Important factory centers In the entire South. The lat- est probable accession to our city la the location of a wind mill factory. A representative of the Eastern firm spent a few days here last week hay- ing been out on an Inspection tour and for the purposeof finding a suit- able city ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 July 1906

TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JULY 10 !9o6. THIRD LARGEST CROP Millers In 5es5lon at Fort Worth Discuss the drain Yield For the Year. The executive committee of the Texas Millers' Association met in Fort Worth Friday afternoon. Their object was to discuss the question of whether they should join the National Miller's Federa- tion a communication having been fc received from that organization urg- ing the Texas' body to become a member. Inasmuch as Texas is so far removed geographically from the other great grain states and as the principal aim of the national organization at this time is to work up a large export business which Texas will not be able to share be cause of her distance from the north. em shipping points the committee decided to let the matter lie over until the whole association can take it up at the fall meeting. THIRD LARGEST CROP KNOWN. Millers present say that the Tex as grain crop for 1906 is the third largest in the history of the state and that the grade of the wheat is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 July 1906

THE TWICe-A-WEEK HIiWAl l JULY 10 1906 THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD PubUahedEachTuatday and Friday by P. E. BOESEN Otllclal On an ol tha City ol Amarillo nd Potter County. ADVERT1S1NQ RATES: Display - - 18 csnti par Inch aach Insertion. Local - - 8 centi par Una aach insertion. '.. 1 eant per word first Insertion. Classified ; et pr wori nch subsequent insertion SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR Tm Hirald will cease coming to ou when your time expires unless we are aumoriiea w oomuiu. Should any subscriber Hbralo regularly please card or telephone. ' fail to receive Tm advise us at once by in. rrnn.nut reflection upon the character. standing or reputation of any person. Arm or cor- K ration which may appear In the columns of Ths ild will be uladl corrected upon Itl being brought to the attention of the publishers.- TUESDAY JULY 10 1906. SHOW THEM AMARILLO. On next Sunday July 14th probably tha largest body of men members of one organization that has ever done so will pass through Amarillo. Thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 July 1906

'l I THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JULY 10 1906 A 'll. v 'I 3iTii I iir ' TiTrT " " -' ir rli 'r' m aitiHrti-v1! i miti miff " iri ' ft ' r -" : 1 '" ' " ' 1 ' MBe Just to Blue Ribbon "Eat Nothing 'Not How Cheap SNOW FLAKE FLOUR The above two products are made jn our own mill and in conformity with our imotto; "A High Quality is Rather .-j : it i to be Chosen than a They are absolutely ... t .; SAYRE MILL and Call for Them at "Miss Bernice 'Russell left Sun day for Minnesota. ' She will visit frienPs and relatives in Kansas City Chicago and Minnneepolis after which she will go to Little- field minnesota and spend several weeks with friends on Lake ' Koronis. Frank Tucker was up from Here- ford Sunday. ' '"Mrs. Paxton who has been visit ing her sister Mrs. Hulett left for Kansas City Sunday evening. L. F. Horn' of Ft Worth is looking for health and a- business location in West Texas. He pro- nounces the Amarillo country the best he has found. T C. Foster and L. L. Reese of Eastland county ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 July 1906

THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD. JULY lo 1906 5 If It's From ROACH'S It's Right. This not only applies to the usual line usually found in an up-to-date Drug Store but to our Soda 5owiavw. Wc serve only the celebrated Steffen Bretch Ice Cream which is the best that money and skill can produce. 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 per acre for pntent land ft bonus on hotnestwulland Throw in leases. With the ranch 1500 cattle at fl6 throw in calves up to June 1 1906. 700 or 800 calves expected 54 registered black muley bulls with the herd ?; TURNEY & McKINNEY ALPINE. FREWSTER COUNTY. TEXAS. The Polytechnic College Fort Worth Rev. II. A. Boaz M. A. D. D. President the leading educa- tional Institution in Northern Texas. Is making the most . phcnoniinal progress f any' Institution in the state. Location healthful retired idea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 July 1906

Li )tw aw. fc.iwtliu. Mi -Aim JH THE TW1CE-A.WEEK HERALD JULY 10 I0O6. Stretch the tVloriey. You spend "for 'Gro- ceries by making your purchases whelre it will secure the utmost val- ue; Economy in Gro- cery values is not iri buying the most for the least inonty but in high grade quality We handle only the most selected lines of ..Canned Goods Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffees arid the best Flour manufactured. -AND- coins PHONE 29. Settle Yd tit Own Country Su4 Vi tot lfam$ Ytur Olirrl$ad$ MatkHatl. Soma of thm may want to changa thair location and coma watt. A lltlla halpfrom you wlllatslit us in roach-' Inf many who ara looking lor naW homas. Wa mall your Iriandt truthful ltuatura about your pait of tha country and place thair namat on tha complimentary mailing littof "1 ha Earth." an Interesting montnly dovotod to Southwest immigration. Dont put It off. Write this week to C. I. SIAORM VS Oeneral Colouization Agent 1113 Ry. Exchange Chicago. ' Advertlwd IrUcr List. The follo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 July 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JULY 10 19o6 7 WHEN THE DOCTOR ORDERS you to have a prescription filled he wants it ' filled with all the seruputous care that tech- nical skill and professional knowledge can give from drugs concerning whose purity there can be no doubt. In other words he means TAKK IT TO 6IST BROTHERS Druggists. 508 PolK Phone 157 HAMMOCKS. We have just received a complete assortment of high-grade ham- mocks of all styles and prices ranging frm $1.75 to J7.00 SCREEN DOORS. A few more screen doori left which will be closed out at a bargain. AN EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN. We offer for a short time test fire-proo safes at a great saving. It will pay you to investigate these bargains. J. V. rice a CO. 3Q7 PolK Street. Telephone No. 328 CHOICE' RESIDENCE LOTS -In- Plemons Addition. 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. Make Your MONEY E...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 July 1906

8 THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JULY 10 I9O6. EUREKA SPRING iiUI 'NX WITH Correct Service and Rates Write for Booklet C. W. STRAIN Q. P. A. Fort Worth 1 - - ' -j Ri" 1 m 1 niiiiiiiiinmimiiiii mtmm mmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmm toliiilWiaartifrir1iTlflfltrT)'Yliirif I ii n'iriii lii 1 11 11 mil 1 1 11 mmmttm m i Iii i Hi AhfciiwUi If )" i tl 4-mttlimimaltIKitammMhMJaimm Rock Island Rates are Low ; J J Tourist tickets are now on sale daily to Chicago i " Kansas City St Louis St. Paul Denver Colorado. Springs. San Francisco Portland Los Angeles'; mempnis jouisvuie L;incinnaii cunaio ueiroii r Boston Montreal Ma'cddac"iMiJwaukee and all ;.. aermponani resorts in me country. ITo jjielSoulheast : . - 'i;'V'';W6.seU every day this summer to . the resorts linf ''H iabatna Mlssissippi Georgia; Tennessee. Arkan-: vsas Virginia North and South Carolina Kentucky West Virginia.' Elks to Colorado in July One fare round trip rate to Denver July 137-14 15.. THROUGH SLEEPERS to CHICAGO antP'DE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 13 July 1906

The Herald Office is Now Located in the Slade Building 616 Polk S'reet. Tl Ul wicea : VOL. XXI. AMARILLO. TEXAS FRIDAY JULY I3 1906 NO. 56 I he I 11 PERCE R. BENTON'S ig' Tent Show AMARILLO Monday July 16th B 25 People Military Band and Grand Symphony Orchestra. A New Play Each Night. Grand Orchestral overtures from most popular operas delightful des- criptive overtures all the latest song successes and ( rag time revels a half hour before the curtain rises. io--Grand Specialties Each Night-io Including the Famous Davis Sisters. ' POPULAR PRICES. XKW IUPTIST CHURCH. Huns Iieing Drawn for a $25M0 Structure Will IV of llrick and Stone. Plana are now being drawn for a handsome Baptist church. The mat- ter was definitely settled thU week and Architect Roquemore was In- structed to make plans and specifi- cations as soon as possible. The new building Is to be located at the cor- ner of Polk and Ninth the lots di- mensions 120x140 having been pur- chased for that purpofte. The struc- ture...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 13 July 1906

TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD JULY 13 I9o6. ' Your Liver is out of order. You go to bed in a bad humor and get up with a bad taste in your mouth. You want something to stimulate your liver. Just try Heroins the liver regu- lator. A positive cure for consti- pation dyspepsia and all liver com- plaints. Mrs. F . Ft. Worth Tex. writes "Have used Herbine in my famhy for years. Words can't express what I think about it Everybody in my household are happy and well and w owe it to Herbine. Sold by L O. Thompson it Bro. 54-60 Notice to Contractors. Bids will be received until noon Monday July 30th 1906 at the of fice of D. W. Owen Amarlllo Texas for tho erection of a brick church building for the Methodist Episcopal church South In Amarlllo. Plans and specifications can be seen at the office of the undersigned or the office of J. E. Flanders Dallas. Each bid to be accompanied by a certified check for $500 payable to D. W. Owen chairman building comittee as a guarantee that the contractor will make bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 13 July 1906

THE TWICE-A-YVEEK HERALD. JULY 13 1906 3 THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD Published Each Tuesday and Friday by P. E. BOESEN Official Organ of the City ef Amarlllo and Patter County. ADVERTISING RATES; Display - IB cants per inch each insertion. Locals 5 cants par line each insertion. ri.iaH ' ' cnt Pr word first Insertion oiassinea j ct word Mch ubsoquant insertion SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR Thi HaRALD will cease coming to you when your time expires unless we are authorized to continue it. Should any subscriber fall to receive Thi Herald regularly please advise us at once by card or telephone. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation ol any person Arm or cor- poration which may appear in the columns of Thi Hirald will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. FRIDAY JULY 13 1906. Amarlllo the Panhandle and Rail road. The early completion of the rail- road from Canyon City to Plainvlew will give a great impetus to business not on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 13 July 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HEkALD. JULY 13 1906 "Be Just to Blue Ribbon "Eat Nothing But the Best" i ; "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 Mr.! H. O. Swlnford of Houston Tex. spent the past week with his cousin S. H. Smlser six miles south of town. 1 'v Faiif Maplus of Hedor Okla. was In the city this week making ar- rangements to move his family to the "Panhandle. He has purchased a quarter section eight miles south from town and - will as soon as possible begin to prepare the &ni for wheat sowing. He Is very much enthused with prospects of this coun- try and when shown samples of wheat and oatssatd that he had nev- er seen anything like it in his native section. Mr. Henry Chestnutt after an ex- tended visit In this section returned Tuesday to his home in Ennls Te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 13 July 1906

THE TWICE-AWEEK HERALD JULY 13 1906 II It's From ROACH'S It's Right. This not only applies to the usualline usually found in an up-to-date Drug Store but to our We serve only the celebrated Steffeh Bretch Ice Cream which is the best that money and skill can produce. 43 SECTION RANCH Situated in Brewster county on railroad near town. Watered by windmills and tanks. All good grass land. 18 sections patented 17 y ' sections purchased school land 8 sections leased PRICE:- V f.2 per acre for patent land $ i bonus on homestead land Throw in lenses. With the ranch 151x1 cattle at f 16. throw in calves up to June 1 1906. 700 or 800 calves ( expected. 54 registered black muley bulls with the herd v TURNEY & McKINNEY - ALPINE. FREWSTER COUNTY. TEXAS LOCAL NEWS. The Polytechnic College Fort Worth Texas. Rev. H. A. Boaz. M. A. D. I). President the leading educa- tional Institution in Northern Texas. Is making the most phenominal progress of any Institution in the state. Location healthful r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 13 July 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HliRALD JULY 13 I9O6. SUCCKSS VOK THE KXHIIUT CAR. AetMH-lntlon Knthuslustic and Expects .fo Jlave Finest IMwplay Ever Cnr- rlt'tl From the South. Tho members of the Panhan- dle Exhibit association which was was organized here a few weeks ago are very enthusiastic over the prospect for having a fine car to be sent north and east this fall. Al- most every real estate firm In the city and a large number of the mer- chants are members of the associa- tion and all are working with might and main for the accomplishment of that one object to send a display of the resources of the great Pan handle country as will create a de- sire within those people to come and Investigate. If one can In this in- stance Judge by appearances this will undoubtedly be done and in such a way that It will redound in wonderful good to the people of Am- arlllo and the plains. A well-attended and zealous meeting of the body was held Monday night and plans laid for a campaign along these lines. Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 13 July 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JULY 13 19o6 7 X3I WHEN THE DOCTOR ORDERS yotMo have a prescription filled he wants it fi led with all the scrupul -"us care that tech- nical skill and professional knowledge can give from drugs concerning whose purity there can be no doubt. In other words he means TAKK IT TO GIST BROTHERS Druggists. 508 Polk Phone 157. 3 IB 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 will make money by acting at once. J HEADQUARTER for Farms Ranch Lands and Town Property. Will A. Miller Land Company Amarillo Texas. 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. j j j JOHN H. WILLS . Opera House Building...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 13 July 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JULY 13 Iq06. -".'.1 The"' ClMa th& CIGAR EDITORIALS No. 1 1 Yob Mil t i f IK FAR I x ll WITH Correct Service ind Rates V ; Write for Booklet C. W. STRAIN G. P. A. Fort Worth N 1- ( ll Rock Island Rates are Low 4. Tourist tickets are now ou sale daily to Chicago Kansas City St. Louis St. Paul Denver Colorado Springs San Francisco Portland Los Angeles ' Memphis Louisville Cincinnati Buffalo Detroit 'Boston Montreal Mackinac Milwaukee and all other important resorts in the country. To the. Southeast ; i :: d ' . AVp sell every day this summer tO'"the resorts ' in Alabama Mississippi Georgia . Tennessee Arkan-r; . h v - sasyirginia' North and South Carolina Kentucky Virginia. j fjks to; Colorado in July ; . X'vQM arc round trip rate to Denver July 13 14 is THROUGH SLKEPERS' to CHICAGO and DEtyVES; " DAILY leave Dallas 7:0b p. m. Fort Worth 9:00 p. m. Send for beautifully illustrated Colorado and California literature. For full information write '' ' PHIL A. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 17 July 1906

v. ' .:; ' i The Herald Office is Now Located in the Slade Building 616 Polk Street. lie wice-a eek it?9 VOL. XXI. AMARILLO. TEXAS TUESDAY JULY 7. I06 NO. 57 W PERCE R. BENTON'S ig' Tent Show AMARILLO Monday July I6th CORPSE ('.USE OF WRECK. 0 N K W K E K COMMENCING 25 People Military Band and Grand Symphony Orchestra. A New Play Each Night. Grand Orchestral overtures from most popular operas delightful des- criptive overtures all the laiest sons successes and rag time revels a half hour before the curtain rises. io Grand Specialties Each Night--io Including the Famous Davis Sisters. POPULAR PRICES. TOM FORESTER KILLED. The body will probably reach Paris this afternoon for Interment. Popular Young Triiinniitii Meets 11 Tragic lentil While at His DutlOH Thomas L. Forester of this Hty. trainman for the Santa Fe was killed Sunday night at Canadian. He has been In the employ of the company for several years but has been work- ing In the capacity of a trainman for about three months and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 17 July 1906

TWICE-A-VVEEK HERALD JULY 17 19o6. Senorita Rita By IZOLA FORRESTER. Cojiyrlfht 1W6 by Huby Douk'im 'So you are going home senor?" Tb" girl looked straight ulicntl at the wld weep of lovel prairie pasture her red lips parted In n suille-n moKt tantalis- ing annoying smile Carruthers thought a be caught a glimpse of It sideways. 'Terhaps" he returned moodily. "I have stayed too long already." "You do not like Texas senor'f "You did not call me senor last week." lie bent toward her slightly but she did not turn her head. "You called me Jack." She laughed and flushed a hasty glance at blm from her soft dark eyes. "That was a long time ago last week-but I will call you It again If you wish Mr. Jack." Carrutbers did not notice the conces- sion or ber gay scorn. He stared out to where the cattle browsed a sea of till brown waves hundreds of them motionless and peaceful In the morn- big sunrise. Here and there on the outskirts stood a figure of a borso with a silent rider watching the graz...

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