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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 24 July 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JULY 24 iqo6 5 The Cleanest Beer ! Pabst Blue Ribbon Boor iscteatiest because it ism it fermented in open vats but in special Tab-it her- tnei ally sealed tanks into which no air except Jittered air ever enters. Pabst BlueRibbon is cleanest because it is not cooled in rooms where men walk in and out but in specially constructed sealed coolers where no breath of foul air can taint it. It is stored in liermctiiil1y sealed storage tanks until jx'rfirt in ne purity mi. .strength the cleanest beer brewed. Amarillo Ice and Cold Storage Co PHONE 102. Pabst Blue Ribbon Peer Order a 'caio for your home today National Chautauqua Assembly. (Special lo Daily ranliandle. 1 Chautauqua X. V. .Inly 21. -M.iny proniincnt. clergmou have hern engaged to address the Nalioti- al Chautauqua assembly now In ses- sion here. The list includes Dr. New- ell Dwlght Hillis Dr. .1. Wllher.' Chapman Dr. Frank W. Cunsaulii.i Itlshop Vlncenl. iinl Dr. W J. Daw- son of London. Pudding mid Loa...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 24 July 1906

; ..v...vr: fT. .-M-UK;rr"'"' . 'W.-v. y.:v.... . . r7V... . .... J .X.u .- c y . 7. . THR TWICErAAVEEK HERALD JULY 24 I9O6. i! r HA.1'. V EUREKA 0Tx SPRINGS Fill! V WITH Correct Service and Rates Writ for Booklet C. W. STRAIN (1. P. A. Fort Worth t wiii.wimuwii'P'iww ! VACATION SEASON. "See America First" Rnnd vinr vetion in Colorado which i brimful ef attraction wher the axhiUVation of the pure dry air enable you to live the genuine outdoor life where yame is plentiful where the streams are teeming witl) trout and where you will see the most famous moun- tain peaks pie rd canon in America. During the tourist season the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad "Scenic Lift of th World" will make social low rates from Denver Colorado SpnnR. Manitou and Puohlo to all the scenic point. of interest in Colorado and Utah. Our booklet "Vacation Estimatos" tolls you about th many wonderful places in Colorado-Colorado Springs Manitou Pikos Peak Royal Gore Marshall Pass Ouray and Olenwood Springs an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 27 July 1906

if ..v I 1 f i p I 4 4 t 4 I ' ' ' i 4 i "..' V ' V J '- v f ' 3piq susmoii Aitifl nic 90i 3aiuojg ijEM !H Th AMARILLO TIjXAS FRIDAY JULY 27 1906 NO. 60 VOL. XXI. V 111 Ml in i Mi nu The RenowiiGd American The Conversalii Relative London. .Lily Cf! Willi. uu llry.in vim wn- i n i rn'I.H I'd liy Am- li;i s.idor K id I ri . d in 1 l" I v.iio inidl m i' I'V Kir.:; lM'-v;ird ;it r.inl.inii'uiiii iinlari' loil.iy The visit j V.;:; .:(ii lit. Kill!? K' 1 11 1.1 '.i S'i-cial r. ii;.- l. Tlio inii'i vii w wns quilo ln- l .i !'.i.il. mid w.is tiiiii Kod by u liloas- innliiUiiy wbicli 1 ho Mm: Is tie- i loi.ii il lo : how o nil Ain-.-ncHiis in v . i i 1 1 1 In' is i Hi'i i . i'"l. Only iho Liu;;. Mr. l!i id and Mr. H.van mto 1 . i'n i . '''lip con cr.;;!l ion was "..'! I III I oil III.! subject of tllO 'i'H' roul'CH.'lii o ol' tin: inter piirll.i- liM'iii.iry union vl'h which oh.io.i i:: i1"-- liin:; i-lm'M d h'.m If i" bo ill""'- dl in in -el- I. Sol- i-iii. inly l1nr'. ii'.-iwd 'ilniiit. i ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 27 July 1906

gaMBMjBtUMIMJJIIMII I II UlfllM.HI I WlCti-A-vVbt:iv MliKALl JuuY 2J IVoo. ADVOCATE RACE SUICIDE. nachdturs and Old Maids Will Tut Out State Ticket In low. (8pecUl to Daily Panhandle.) t Forest City la. July 25. A state ronvontlon of bachelors and old jnnlda is in session bro today for the ruriKwe of nominating; a full state ticket and formulating a ticket advo. qatjng race suicide. The meeting was called to order toy Chairman Clinton Merrick who la well known over the state ns the Kin of Bachelors." President Jtoosevelt carat In for a great deal of criticism because of his advocacy of large famlllvs. "Now that the monopolists hate control of all the leading Industries" said Merrick "and have made the people their slaves to keep control of the victim It will bo nocessary to weaken their power of protest by Increasing tholr number and respon- sibilities. The real suicide of the race Is caused by too many births. Accordingly the convention platform will declaro raco suicide aa a cure ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 27 July 1906

' Tirn twice- A-WFFIC IIERAU) JULY 27 1906 k1 RtcwwKt mm IpjUjjjjtlCMlkTurJlw 'er.9 ItVUitv tfttia tsscJ ck road aialtflr. flaj Otcm Ui CKt at AaurUfe imi Putter County. ADVCRTfSINO RATES: 13 win's prlnsh each Insertion. Loaa S conit par line Men iriarliem I cant ix r worn (let insirlicn SUBSCRIPTION $1 .00 PER YEAR A Tl( Hkhald will cent comlnj to you whan your m axpira union w m autlioritad to eunlirma il. EltouVt nr tubv.rlfoar fil to raoi Thw Vrkalu rfnilaity plaua aiSo us a onca by v 0 or tskJioni. fin Knr anenanui raftr-cfton ur-m !t eliarnc'.ar. ttliuicinc or rnputetion ui :iv K-iain ium or cor- tpirallon whicn may eppnar in tun c ilumr.t of Tim 'Herald will t gladly carractnl itp.u its taing .trouilU to thftaticnlinn ot Ji yiiMishT. i 11 1 V' h YUCSDAY JULY 24 1906. inrironr rj;ri:ATs irsv:i.r. A rrrftury and more a so tli. luinlv jiloTumr began to nry into Illinois piyt lorato upon lir virgin ru'alrk'H. Ho wild told hy the New Kngl.inciors iN'ew Yoikcrn ;iiul IV tin to Ivii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 27 July 1906

I ' -i V t ' THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JULY 27 1006 1 Vv j t i ! I LOCAL NEWS. TI'ESDAY. Miss Marlcy of McKlnney In vlnlt- in$ bcr aunt Mrs. F. T. Donson. T. J. Murphy of Docatur 111. Ii among: the many visitor hero. S. D. Crudington has Just returned from a buslnera trip through Okla- homa. . Mn. Will Taylor has boon unable to be out for itevoral day on account of alckncss. Mri. J. J. Hill of Memphis Tenn. Is here fur a visit with her father . J. F. Baddler. Mr. Bullock of the Roach drug Mtore In confined to hla room on ac- count of sickness. It. F. Hall of Hall & Fredericks Is nttcndlnz court at Claude In the In- terests of his client. A. Lemoone who has loen visiting friends and relative here returned to Vernon this morning. .1. H. Veascy Is on u business and pleusuro trip to Memphis Tenn. He will return about August 3. lkrbrt Lewis the presiding offi- cer of the Itoach Drug; company soda fountuln Is In Dallas for a tow days' Virll. MUs Arvel Bjrkely has returned f.om a visit a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 27 July 1906

THE TWICn-A WEEK HERALD JULV 27. Jl .JOi r3 Yf lU ; )m K r ft3a ii)wkr' ti out"!. (AS Cl aw We offer the above 'cash premiums on products grown in the iPanhandlc of Texas and exhibited by the grower as fohcvvs: iFor the best sample of Wheat in the sheaf i?5.oo IFor the second best sample of Wheat in the sheaf 2.50 IFor the third best sample of Wheat in the sheaf l.oo IFor the best sample of Oats in the sheaf 5. 00 IFor the second best sample of Oats ."n the shea? 2.5o IFor the third best sample of Oats in the sheaf S.00 IFor the best sample of Rye in the sheaf 5.00 IFor the second best sample of Rye in the Sheaf 2.5o IFor the third best sample of Rye in the sheaf l.oo IFor the best sample of Barley in the sheaf 5.00 IFor the best sample of Threshed Wheat S.00 IForthe. second best sample of Threshed Vheat 2.5o IFor the third best sample of Threshed Wheat l.oo IFor the best sample of Threshed Oats 3.00 IFor the second best samyle of Threshed Oats 2.5o IHor the third best sample of Thr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 27 July 1906

.... . . - - . W V V ' . .. Till: TVICi;-A-.VF'!:K IIKP.M.I) .JULY 27 1006. Unppy ltibi Slole the Jail. yv.'nidiUiatjtt. ('oir.vpondent New York Tribune.) . ' . An advertisement ruibrdaiilliily Ul.o tho following; will probably Im ln- nortod li) tho paper liy t In- villas' l'ntluir of the litllo town of Ken- i(!r.;;1o. tt nearby Maryland Hiibuib of WnhlnRton: j.wrr STUAYlil) Oli STOLEN' A Jail; when In aL ims-n It contained one hobo In uplrlls. Information Ihat will lead t(i tli.t recovery (if tin Jail tho hobo or tho spirits will bo aulttildy rewarded. Tho (llsuppeuruiico of tho J:ill ami In cuatcniB occurred two or three nights hro and bldn fnlr to Hpllt the town Into two fiercely fl.'-.litlim fac- tions If foino oho do-M not rcs-toro th lout property In time to hum i tin; trouble. KenHliiRton lcpnsrH In tho Mary- land IiIIIh Just beyond tho northenHt -nd of l!io f tipltul. It In Inhabited principally by well-to-do Watdiln;:- ton people a1io linve -veil more leis- ure to npnro tli...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 27 July 1906

iiiu i mvti-rt-Mi;Li ilUkALU Jul ii4 ivoo SI sna mm iina Rva i. wm nu an mv 9. BETTER THAN GOLD HP RARCSIH Fx LMliU IMiuwA m LA jif IBM IN THE CELEBRATED TEXf.S PAPHMiDLE THE IOWA OF THE SOUTHWEST FIN EST CLIMATE IN AMEP.ICA. COOL DELIGHTFUL INVIGORATING SUMMERS. WINTERS WARM DHY AND FULL OF SUNSHINE. RICHEST SOIL ON EARTH! 3 TO 7 FEET DEEP; DARK SANDY LOAM CM LIME STONE FORMATION VERY SIMILAR TO THE FAMOUS BLUEGRASr. BELT 0 KENTUCKY; FULL OF HUMUS AND EASILY TILLED. We own li.l.fliV) r:rcs 100 Scc'Jrmi; of this choice Isvel Prairie lanl in a solid bov lorjiod in Pr.rmer Corn'.y within 11 miles of T'ovina Te.ns .. station on ths throu;-'; line ol the SauU re !v. from Chicio ti Los Angeles. Calif. The Santa l'e has recently srrvevjri a;uP tea iji anted a chattel to build a cut-otf from Te.tico to Ilrownwood Texas which when completed will give iitt hurtft io"is Inrai the l'urii.o to the O-ilf Sun l-'ieiuinc. to ( ir.Ive-ton. It is expected Cm road will be comp'.eteil nnd truios rmiR....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 27 July 1906

. . ....... .... . . . . M" - i !. ". ' '" ' ..('' '' . . .. . . ......... .. " r t - il 11 .5 1 'I il r El f ! 1 V i4 Vi 5 V. CHOICE nrrJrnTJCZ..TT." 1 ' 'ii.-siv M.nl tllm n ?VI.iii.:.'...M. . thr--'. tnd 1li! I rnMi.-ur-l In il . i !'.(! Ii r.ni I c "it l)i fl'.iic l'i- ' i : a: a iii.'r ! n ; "i t n;' t 'i" A in . . V:1 u I - ''il"1'. I I'.-MHMf i. ' ';..! .i!- iv hi i ! e I. Ian.!. It! .! . iii i - ii I i-i- i"i ' 1 l.i'.i .i iin I i'O t.-i- fort!' In: I 1 'i" 'nil' ."in i !. I iii ; . I RESIDENCE LOTS -In- Plemons Addition. The southwest part of Amanita ir. a very de- sirable location for homes. .. A FEW BARGAINS in improved City Property at lower prices than you can build. or I!' i'; lli'l"': ill'1 (il I')'' il 'i'i!-- '!.'i. 1 v.-iK IV mi'' 'i 'is ''I ; v :. .. ('; i 'i.' I ; r. v. i v It' n.-v at: I i e.I'iil In ft V'. i'i- lil. the l'iini''.T (11' ll ' M 1 n ' ! !! ill from 1 1 . 1 . ' i iiv; :; ..'!!. .Hi' 1 !(':.! iiui't.; in. . cil In !.. 1 11 .. I 1 I 1 1 L il i : i'i ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 31 July 1906

hlit . JPiq soeaca. iinn ' hierald .1 toe WIC VOL. XXI. AMARILLO. TEXAS TUESDAY JULY 31 1906 NO. 6 V 'A 3WIE LOSES CONTROL Silt Styled Elijah no Longer has Claim of Power In Zlon City. Chlraao 111. July 27. JurtRe R. list of the United States dlatrlct Hurt Rave hi decision today in tho ontrnveiny between the adherents of .lull 11 Alexander Dowlo aud Wilbur Vellvu ovrr the property of Zlon fit y. The court holds that Zlon City and Iti Industrie do not belong to 1 )o w lo and that whim the contrib- utors of the funds did not txprpim u formal declaration of trunt. yet u trust was created and Powle had no right to treat tho properly ait his own. The court refused to appoint Alexander Granger as receiver for the reason that GranRr niadv u vow recognizing Dowlo as tho 'Messenger of the Covenant" and tlie prophet foretold by Moaea and Elijah to he the restorer to which tlv. obligations and all relations to the huimiii kov- ernnients shall bo held as subordi- nates. The court aaid that ho w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 31 July 1906

i MT it GOVElOlSIP TWICE-A-WEEK HURALD JULY J.! I9o6. Present Status of Situation Makes Such a Proba- bilityOther Candidates Each Claim Second Placo PANTS AT C OST DIli Ter. Julr SO.T M. Campbell's headquarters five out the atatement at 1 p. ro. to the effect thit Campbell haa 300 delegate urd is hit pro rata on the flnt bal- lot In the contention. It will require SIT rotea to nominate and Camp bell'a aecoDd cholcaa are ao numer- eu among the aupportera of other candidates that hla nomination (or governor la claimed on the aecond ballot In atate convention at Pallas on August 14. Managers of Brooks Ball and Colquitt are all claiming the aefond position In the primary vote and each declares It will be a conven- tion fight with the ultimate nomi- nation of their leader. Impartial ob servers however can aee nothing but Campbell as the result of last Bat- tiidnyH primaries. There appears to be no change for the other offices as reported last night except that Congressman Hnilth has a be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 31 July 1906

THI2 TYVICE-A-VVEEK HERALD JULY 31. 1906 5 ! I THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD PublUhtd Eton Tuaada nl Friday br ' P. E. BOESEN Entered at the Postoffice at Amarillo Texat aa aecond clasa mail matter. Official OrgM ol th City of Amarillo and Poller County. ADVERTISING RATES: 19 ctntt par Inoh aath Insertion. S cnnta par lint each msartion plplr mean ni. i 1 'nt Pr word tint intarlion uiamaa ijctprwol(iMchubittuont Insertion SUBSCRIPTION 41.00 PER YEAR Till Hikald will ceaia corolnr to you when your lima expires unlg&t wa ira authoiliad to oontinua It. Should any aubaertbar fall to racaWa Tun Hsnald reiular'.y pleaa advua at once by sard at telephone. Any erronaoui raflecllon upon the character elahdinf or reputation ot any perton f.tin or cor- Bpreuen whioli may appear In the culuirme ol Tin HimiD will be gla.diy corrected upon it b.lng brought to the attention ol the publnhme. TUCSDAY JULY 31. 1906. UK NKF.l) MURK HOUSKS. The prevalent cry In Amarillo In for mora hoimea. Not Uouhph to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 31 July 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JULY 31. 1906 LOCAL NEWS. FRIDAY. Mr. SaMlons of Memphis Tenn. la visiting Mn. J. B. Illldebrand. Dr. Hutchinson an osteopath phy Irian U In town toany with On vUw of locating her. J. M. Currier has moved Into hi nsw f2000 home corner Seven teenth and Harrison. T. H. Bocson. d!tor of th Herald and the Dally Panhandle loft last evening for Fairfield Iowa. ' O. Lllljp has just had completed nice modern homo at the comer of Eighteenth and Tyler. Cost $1800. frs. J. J. Hill of Memphis Tenn. formerly MIhs Alma Baddksr of thin city la here visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Saddler. MIks Evelyn Mount of Bell springs Kas. sister of A. R. Meeker of thin rlty Is very sick at the real df-nce of N. T. Henderson. . Kev.'W'.'E. Drlttaln' Texas' field man for the Sunday school board of Is'aahvlllo Tenn. and who Is making headquarters In Amnrlllo at present left last evening for Matador Tex. Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Kerr of Claude wer Tlflltont In our city yesterday and clos...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 31 July 1906

THE TWTCtf-A-WEEK HERALD JULY 31 1906 V 1 tw o l"7 Ji in We offer the above cash premiums on products grown in the Panhandle of Texas and exhibited by the grower as follows: For the best sample of Wheat in the sheaf $5. 00 For the second best sample of Wheat in the sheaf 2.50 For the third best sample of Wheat in the sheaf Loo For the best sample of Oats in the sheaf 5. 00 For the second best sample of Oats in the sheaf 2.5o For thet third best sample of Oats in the sheaf Loo For tho best sample of Rye in the sheaf 5.00 For the second best sample of Rye in the Sheaf 2.5!ky For the third best sample of Rye in the sheaf Loo For the best sample of Barley in the sheaf 5.00 For the best sample of Threshed Wheat 5.oo Fortf.ie second best sample of Threshed Wheat- 2.5o For the third best sample of Threshed Wheat Loo For the best sample of Threshed Oats 5.00 For the second best samyle of Threshed Oats 2.5o For the third best sample of Threshed Oats Loo For the best bundle of Alfalfa 5.oo Fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 31 July 1906

THE TWICE-A-WKEK HERALD JULY 31 1006. Ulijf "Perfect Dacr .loans Health The Beit Boer h Powibla Only With SigM-By Balt-A Scientific Tact About Brewuij. Jrrnatn aid dlalli". "? X. 1 "rr . pot''l only Willi prr fM t ".$1 by th. SlgUl-d-y p.ocr.a ueU by 'Arm. It from b-rlojr. lUrl. Mil ii. '".- .loinaiiury form Hi 'i tn 1 fd " ti bull J up tu STILL HOPES. Premier Step Will Carry Oul Policy of Stroaehanded N. J. WADE Altorneyftt-Law Reynold nidrf.n. Worth T. Practice ill SUte hikI Federal Courts. BiihlnesM of uon-i est' lent Riven l-r-Hoim! attention. S. W. I'lione iSo htb.. proven byaC-nUH rnin '""V " wi.itf- limit I loH'l :rrr7rprrrtri.: '.i..iit -i pr.- V'-J In many braweiLa lhi old 1 i v Inferior nun U of tna t h truant of th trlr belli 1 . i. hJt il t-.l.f in.lt Inif pr.'.. r- "'t'Snt-'duy'mt. the perf-ft n.lt. lubl ita.ceal of 'r''j"-h" Vi ili mu with irm aulvi rtH nfthM B mip-rlor an a nuurl.hln 1 your fund d.waat tMiOu " h r if ym r uMm-w l mil" "off ' or n l Kof bfor or with yo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 31 July 1906

THE I WICE-A-WEEK HERALD JULY 31 19o6 5 BETTER THAN GOLD BARGAIN EXTRA MRDINMY IN THE CELEBRATED TEXAS PANHANDLE THE IOWA OF THE SOUTHWEST FINCSTCLIMATE IN AMERICA. CCOL DELIGHTFUL INVIGORATING BUMMERS. WINTERS WARM DRY AND FULL OF SUNSHINE. RICHEST SOIL ON EARTH" 3 TO 7 FEET DEEP" DARK SANDY LOAM ON LIME STONE FORMATION VERY SIMILAn TO THE FAMOUS BLUEGRASS BELT OF KENTUCKY; FULL OK HUIV.US AND EASILY TILLED. We own W0)0 ants loo Sections of tin 1 clinics Icvrl Ciairis land in a Koli.l lioilv locatfl in Pnrmer County within 11 milei of Itoviiu Tcnjs a slulion nn tha t!iinuli line fit the Santa l e Ky. from L'hiruHo to .os Angeles Calif. The Santa Fs hit recently surveyed ami been rantol u luiler ti loiilil a cut otf from Texuo to HmhiiuoihI Te which when completed will give the tlmrtent route fiom die l'atifio to tho IJulf San l'rnncicu to CialvcNtun. It it epecte.l thii toad will la completed and tralni running within two yraia. The final survey imi been made and rum through this l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 31 July 1906

-vj ni" i t r vr v nim-yt -vf- sv.. vi I. . . -' r Vi irtti 1 vv liti-AAVbtik IlicKALl) JULY 61 lyOo. o CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS -In- Pletnons 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 II. WILLS Opera House Building. I' ll 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: f person- tor paten! land ft bonus on luMiirMrm! land Throw in h-as". With the ranch 1500 cattle at Jl' throw in calv"-''' ' '" ' '' .700 or W calve rctcd. ..uley bulls with the herd turnL.- &McKINNEY ALPINE. FRCWSTER COUNTY. TEXAS. wa.!iiu jm. l 1. THE STATE OFFICERS 'Mirths Chair Will Fail to "Tiia Man from Palestine" Hill and Davidson Each Claim Nomination for Lieutenant Governor. Dallas. Texas. July 29.Ke!urns from the Democratic ptlninry e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 3 August 1906

n ifl urn i lainiojf iniAM VOL. XXI. AMARILLO. TI3XAS FRIDAY AUGUST 3 1906 NO. 62 Twice-a-Week 3 11 11 1 COilliffl A FAVORITE tlie Support of the Great Leader. Dfmit. Mm h . Auk petrl randldnif- fur goeinoi- wr hlnir dl!ciic:id hv delegates In th dmrrate Ms"1 convention w h.-n It was r 1 1 1-r In iinlcr lod.n. 'lin y are C.hsrle. H. Klmiuerle of t n : -j " lis PfanUv B. rarkhlll of Mwo...n and .lims V. Helm of ViIiIhii Prominent ilolesatei Mid t . - tin-ri-olution. adopted n i n I 1 rnihu-u. ticall.v ndoi . J in. .1. Hi'.in lr the n"tnlniiM'"n for t 'r. 1 il .-n t . and would rtrl.itc lor the iliirrt iif.nina turn bv the people of i nudhl i'i s lor A r.ffVs In the VnltH Slate; C V 1 1 n 1 r i . temporal. v . Iwur- man in htf a'ldn :-r b 1 1 u cd th.il Three i 1 1 nio lui:. Indicated the wlndoni of V. .1. Brian' position in l!iJ In c eiy p.irtj. iil.ii' and i'vpic(i Hip Impo that h ni.iv ecHin h I ho standard 1'i'aior of the democratic pa rly. Vrlh Onkotit Conrcnl nm Mmnt N. i Aug. -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 3 August 1906

TWICn-A.WHEK HKRALD. AUO. 3 I9o6. Will NOT PAY INSURANCE Tram-Atlantic Refuses to Mt Good In Sao Francisco Sw Francisco Jyly 31. Tbd Trays-Atlantic Flr Insurance com- pany of Hamburg Germany hai re- f imirt to pay tho Ran Franrlico in- urtnea claims of $4000000 on the grornd that the loasra aroie from the overwhelming cataatrnphe due to a 'lBlatlon from Providence for an In- demnity at alnot uhlrh the policy wan never Intended to provide. RECEIVES AMERICAN PILGRIMS Louisiana's Pure Food and Patent Medicine Laws. New Orleans July 31. Louisiana hid fair to have one of the moat atringent pure food and patent medi- cine laws of any state In the Union. At te recent sesxlon of the lnglla- ture a bill was paused stipulating that all parnnt medlclnea should come up to the standard prescribed by the United States Tharmacopla and Natlnnnl Formulary and author- izes the atate board of health to draw up any sanitary code It dcalrcs. Dr. C. H. Irion president of the board is known as a pure food...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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