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

.r v 't ' I ' v I THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD AUQ. 10 !9o6 FREE TO YOlKliY SISTER Fr to Vou and try Slttar CiiKartfaj From Wotnau's Allrnanta. I in i wnrjifn. knnw wtmiun'a anffprlrff.. riM iiiunii i nH curi 1 will mml I-m or amchsrcn in? Imma trrat rxn wnn full inmriH'tiniin u an aiinVrer Imu wnen'n kilrmnl. I raniin iml all wnnimi gluiul Una cure )uu r.y ri.iiiiar for journrlf. Hiiir flaiwhicr. yoi.r mother or jnur ;nter. J mint lo toll you low io run) vmirjcivca at homn witbmjw Km lii Ipot nic!iir. Mm cannot uoilriiid wotr- tm'a Kiifft'i iiick. What wo on.on Itnnw frontal- iwrlrncn tn knfiw tid.mr than anr dix'tor. 1 l.ttor Hi l niv homo irnmmi'nl In aufn awl atire pure fee I cuc'irrtMM.nMVhltUhdiacUraca.llli.-r.ratlnfl.llU- r-larj-'rt or I ailing nf Hie Wunih I'rolun. Scanty fir Mslnl'il I-Vflwla Murine or Ovarian Tuiuori Of lrnv.Hn: yl'O print In the brad. h;h aid Imwrln Iwarlpj liows fcillrm. nervgusnrsa cracplrj l-cl-log; up tha (nine melancholy dcalra to cry hot flaahci wtarinra...

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

a' ''" "sir' Vr" -r rj f f' '" s.i .--n' i" ".- at rfta rJW-4. --v. -i w - . . . ... .. -l ' . V I 4 t . -J f THli TWlCK-A-WniiK HHRALD AUO. 7 I9O6. CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS -In- Plemons Addition. The southwest part of AmariUo Is a very de- . sirable location for homes. A FEW BARGAINS '! ... 'I . in improved City Property at lower prices than you can build. JOHN H. WILLS Opera House Building. M INDIANS LAST REUNION Farewell Danes and fiast of Onci Great and Powerful Tribe. . TVyandotte I. T. Aug. 7. Tho eienth and what In. pcrhapa the last reunion of the Indiana of the Quapaw agency began today and will 1U until Saturday. All of tho trlhea on tha reservation Including the Dclawarcs. Miami Qunpawa Ot- tawR 8enocna Fhawneea Modoca and Wyandottea are participating In thla farewell demonstration of once g rcat and powerful tribes. The usual tomp dancea and tho annual fount of the green corn form a part of tho cx- rrlsea which include apocchea by tribal leader and an obncrvatlon of th ancie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 14 August 1906

erf- '' PIT wiceaWeek Herald VOL. XXI. AMARILLO. TEXAS TUESDAY AUGUST H 1906 NO. 65 FIRST MAT 10 HAL BANK OT AMARILLO. TEXAS. BRYAN STANDS PAT ' '1 $5$ hi ' " - Says Sullivan is Badly Misinformed Acts on His Own Responsibility r Vue luff 13. Wm. J. Bryan to- 4y sava out a statement concerning tba controversy respecting the 1111- nol8 Democratic national committee- Wan tnat has grown out of Mr Bry- an's letter demanding the resignation of Natlonul Committeeman Koger Sullivan to which domand Mr. Sulli- van returned prompt refusal mid atatiog tbut Mr. Dr. van had been mis- informed regarding- t tie situation by Mr. Dunlap. Mr. Hryan's rejoinder lays that no one but himself lx re- aponslble for the. information In his letter and that be Intended to ask Sullivan to resign before be should aee Mr. Dunlap. Bryan added: "I entered Into this contest because I believed that Roger Sullivan and John Hopkins bad deliberately rob- bed tho Democrats of Illinois of their political light and I Mill ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 14 August 1906

. T'Niv''' TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD AUG. 14 !9o6. JUDGE VEALE BEATS DECKER. Complete Returns from District Give a Majority of) 10 Votes Judje Jojin TV'. Veil will Mrvt fit senator In the next legislature. Despite the fact that Mr. Decker was a rindldite for the fourth term In the ! fUUturfl but for the terond term only in the tippor house hli opponent on the rare by a majority of 110 popular rotes and prorated will tire him it majority In the contention of 4.28. The senatorial rare attracted considerable attention throughout and while friends of Judge Veale were eomewhat doubtful at times an to the outcome the general belief waa that he would be elected by good majority. Out of the thirty-nine counties In the district. Judge Wale received the majority popular vote In twenty-two and Mr. Decker the iiwjorlty popular vote In sixteen counties. In Donley county each candidate Is allowed half a convention vote. Judge Vcalo re ceived HI and Mr. Decker H2 In the popular vote. The popular majorit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 14 August 1906

J t . ' THE TWICH-A-WEUK HERALD AUO. M 1906 .w f "w CCHW ) 1 f THE TWICE-A.WEEK HERALD rublnh4 Iteh TuMiltr tnd PrldM br ' .1 P. I. BOWIN Entered at the Poitofflce at Amarillo Texai at tecond class mail matter. Official On an el lh City ! Anarllla and Pallar C.unty ADVERTISING HATES: - ) 8 e.ntt par Inch aaoh InMrtlon 8 catiK par luia aach murtion. f tmUy .vLaeait a.. . 1 .nt n.r mnrA Ant intattiun SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PHR YEAR Tin Hisald will out eamlnt taouwln ' lma aiplrai unlati wa ara auihanrad lo eonunua n. Should any tubterlbar fall te ractln Tmi Hkmlo ruulatlv. o adia u at anca by tatd sr laUphana. An in arrsnaaua rtntcLan upon in. Itandinf or rapulatlon o( an parton mm or Dcalien which may appaar In Iha eulutrmi oi ii Hisald will ba aonactad upii ll banig Prouilil to Iha altanlian al (ha puDiitnart. TTKSIMY Al'tilST H 1 000. '. ROOMKVKI-T ANI TIIK TAIUrT. ! It la generally conceded that Hoose- Yelt Is the most Influential. If not the ;blggest man In the republican parly 'If t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 14 August 1906

rw:4.r.r t---.v S V'-W'if f' t't'tV"W '...i W cfv'rvir'i THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD AUO. 1 4 1906 LOCAL NEWS. v i; fiun.tr. V .Mrs. MaUbwi of Louisville Kjr. l rliltnc hor brother' Mr. Kllgore ' Al Pophim la looking f(r hlk il tn hls lummer panturet la Kan- Filendi f.Mr. and Mri. J. I. Ken- dtlc'lc r contrntuUtlm them on tht b!ifH ot ion "Ik Jr." bom Tot. diy V Th cur "Texi' 'of the Mouth- Vrfttrn Land company pasncd thromh Amirlilo th! mornlnj cn ouU to Ronwell. 'Mlm Rctta Pddofk who hni been ;(VlMn Mr. ' W. D. Hoot and family returned yesterday to her homo In Kansas City. f U W. Hoag and Cbas.. Derner of t) Monardi Land Company and lfn Company loft for Canyou City this morning. '.AVV A. Abrami of ralmctto S. C. and T. M. Vane: of Duldln MIm. re two men from the far South who are lookjng for locations In the Pan- handle C5 W. Howbert. the mining expert and family and Van Dyne llawbert all of Colorado" Spring" nro how looking Into the possibilities of tho Tanhandle. Adrian Poole and K....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 14 August 1906

-;- '" t i tv i r THE TW1CU-A-WUUK MKRALD AUGUST 14 1906 ANOTHER BANK FAILURE WELCOMES VETERANS Alabama Banker Is Short $1000000 in Funds. nirmtrighiini Aug. 13. onii-lul.i of the Klrat Niitlonul bunk today an- nounced that Alexander It. Chlt-nolm nnylng toller of that hank In $100- 000 In arrears. C'htHholm was bond- ed for $10000. Tho lm.s to tho bunk mny bo reduced to $700011 Discovery of tho Hhortngo was mal while ('IiIhIioIiu was away 011 a vaca- tion ToiIhv when ho return. -d from A 1 1 a n ( If City mid wax taken before tho directors of tlit bank bo broke down and confessed naming as ne- compllces rcitaln brokers In whoso places of tiunl ii'mh bo loht nullify It was alleged through . spei-ulntloii ChlKhoIni hsd 13'lOu which lie tain ed over to the bank nut hoiilles Chlsholm Ik h son of Colonel Hubert t ' h Ishol m special attorney for 1I1 Vnlted States government SULLIVAN REPLIES Says There- is No Truth Statement In Bryan's ulili HKo Auk. Hi. (o n. nal Com mitteeman Sullivan ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 14 August 1906

1 1 i: 1 1 J -it "V' THIi TWICU-A-WHEK HERALD AUGUST 14 1006. 'o- lUlljr. At tin home of tb brldn'a finenta M. and Mr. I'- O. Uumon living threw nilVi oath of town t ten oVIcx k on tht rooming of tha th Inat. Mrs. Art Dalley ql"Hr manLM to Mr. John M. Cot of Hartley Tumi. Only ft fw ot b9 ImmeillMt rela- tion ad Mondt of tho family wi-re ..t m.uinr " th event a very nuit but rretty fTlr. rtov. C. .. Klrkm performod th ceremony mid C...J .t.. nnmnn ana air. J. i. .11 IB v r i "v AlUrd tid brldemnuld and bout im.a. " ni.dutelv after the crinony ii flnltshrd (h happy fOunU and all vllgm nara unhervd to tne am rnom and a very mnni.ton urn ner a enjoyed. It aoon ll.no thA irlu to town In order to lnt-i't ... i. i.i.ni iiuin nit whlih th hnnv eouula went nway amid tho thftfori of rlrfl and the- heal I'H rr i hull- iimnr frit ! Th.lr future honi will ho at Unnd . .i . klihlll'b of Fort Vorlh hera Mr. Cox It employed ... .K- t I.m Kl.ttrle Jtnllwiiy Linn between Fort Worth and Dalian Taahan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 14 August 1906

rrtt"i W W ' THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD AUG. 14 I9o6 loody mm Relentless Warfare of Kentucky Stripe Result of Murder of Hallstead by Payne. rittshure Kas.. Auc 10. Who will be tho next vlrllni of t lie I'nyiu- JTnllstenrt fond? Thnt Is the qiicK- tlon wlilch tho jiooplo of 1'iilontowii a small villnno north of this city In nmirhon county nro asKIng ouch oili- er Tho recent murder of llolllo lliil- Btoud by William rnym. mid the nc- qulttnl of tho assassin followed liy an attempt upon tho part of Hie wid- ow tho murdered mnn to shoot the wife of n nelKhlior Imiilleuted In the sffitlr linn dlnnited the ordinarily poaceful nelRhliorhond hikI titartid R feml which may jvt become hm bloody veiiKefnl and relentless i)K those of the Kentucky mountaineers. The murder of llolllo HalxtPud by Bill Paine Is romlnlsrent. of tho mel- odramatic methods of tho Kentuck- lans. Tayne sliot his victim from the amhush of a hedjro fence where ho had lain In wait with all the dopKcd deadly determination of a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 14 August 1906

THIS TVICli-A-Wi:EK MUKAUJ AUtl. 14 loUo. On G t ashier of Chicago Bank Not the Only Guilty One President Stensland in Ft. Worth ChlcaRO An it. 11. All theories lht Pa til 0. Stensland whs the sole forger of a million dollars' wottii of crooked notes In the looted Milwtu- lv Avenue bank were una. died hoi nlghl. At least three other men urt' I height also to have been onacd id me production or m nnrtm siku." turrtt. Tim big forger however U ('hlcr llorrlnjf and t ho auiloii.lei believe Mm hand lias penned tiKun- t in en to over half a million dollars worth of crooked paper. Hen Ins Is ald to have participated In l'ie theft of $50000 by the teller of the sav- ing! department flv years uro. Two against HeniiiK charge per Jury In the report mnd.i by hliu to tho Mate auditor. Two charge Ilei'iint; wlrh larceny. Five raws of forgery are charged sRalnst I'aul O. Stens- la nd nnd Herring Chicago. Aug. II. Ten warnrnts 111 tbe Milwaukee Avcnuo hunk ease were United this afternoon by Judge. ...

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

t i ' t TT TT . - 11 11 1 he eek neraio VOL XXI. AA1ARIM.O. TUXAS FRIDAY AUOUST 17 1906 NO. 66 wicestW av'? v; L ittl kU 'ulJ'iii 'AI T ft Ml 1 tv ; i l v. """":'r v. 1 ' ' -"'V ;;!. V.- .. ; .V' -. ' i . . ' . -; . . ' .. V ..'' n v. :' ' : . ..- ' . : -. i ' r' 'vi i : 'V t : "'V'i' ' ;. i . I K - ' ' : v :! .-V-'i ")':: f H v' w.. ;:-! '' ' r -'4 ; v' ;- .5 i- J .. ;;;v; .. ' - . .""ti :-f. r-. ....-.... . . .. v t .... . ..;.'...-....-." ;" ' ( Rnalor .lorili V Kuilry wlm nrnlrd uilil 01H 1iulntit liy M'Pll in (lif Slide Ih'iuoriiilii' ( 'ontcnlloii h( MiiII.i-i. Si'iiiitnr li.n li s . ( 'iiIIht-iim wlio line of tin1 sli'unt'si vpi-cclii's nf liK 1 ri it' in llii' Si. ill' lli'iniM cilir ( iiinriil inn ;i( Dnll.lv. THE M PA ST E After One of the Hardest Fought and Most Bitter Politica 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 V I I Made In a Convention The Popular Vote Candidate Wins WHS 1!. ilnti1 llii' ihllii'i viiIn ol' ('iinriiiii Iimvo lii'i'll hill tin:; ;i ii'i'slii('li(i:il Iiuhiii ;niil tlii'ir ii...

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

TWICn-A-WCEK HERALD AU(1. 17 !9o6. CATTLEMEN'S PICNIC Mid-West Exposition tnd Pacini Meet- $7500 Ii Purses. Kingman Kin. Ail. H. King- . man's eighth innuiil cattlemen's plo nl agricultural fair racing meet and wihj went exposition opened today wth a blare or t nun pel a of (our brans binds and with larfo crowd tn attendance. Tbe'falr will laat four daya and will rirenrnt more novel featurea than any other oxhlbl tlnn held In the west. Nearly $7000 la prize will be awarded Including $3500 for rare $1000 for the ag- ricultural horticultural and II vo mock exhibits. $sr0 for cattle roping and broncho bunting and $400 for a baseball tournament. The prises of- fered for cuttle roping; and other wild west fcaturoi have attracted tome of the moat export cowboya In the wont- em country and tbe eventa will no doubt be hotly contested. UNIONS BEGIN FIGHT OKLAHOMA SOCIALISTS Eugene Debs Amonj tba Prominent Speak- trs at Convention. Oklahoma City Okla. Aug. 14. Socialists from all over Oklahom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 17 August 1906

THE TWlCE-A-WREK HRRALD AUG. 17 1906 THE TWICC-A WCEK HERALD Fuhluht1 ErhTuMliv "( Frtdiv by T P. PCPSrN KntaiH aMhe pos'eWce at Amittill" 'Tai ssoond cl"5 mail matter. OMIcUl Ori in nl tht City nt Amirllle nil I'ntlrr Inunlv. 'in '(Ml CamlM ADVFRTI&INO MTFS: - I S ciil f' Hi' li t4oh ("'I'on . . f fnis p.r l'n w.r.ti iiv.ftilifliv I tent ii word flrtl iiwirlioii. Sit r"i wen rl mitij'ieri inirl"i SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PBR YRAR Tuf HlMi p will c. f)minf to yny wl n vnr Imft fipirn unl.i million"" lo cnnlimn it. Vipui'l . any iihvMhi- (ml to ri-"ir Tint Piin miiUilv v-i'inm K'Iyimj tin t met I'v (i1 or miriieii. Any mmniniit iftflrrlinn uiou !h cli nclnr lUn-1inc ni r.piit.fmn nf uny pencil Tim or ft" Rurniion which may uptn in Hi" cvtumn ol in SlO will r b I a 1 1 v r.nitui M'l upon il t""i' 'fcrooght to llio il(ii.lloii nt Hi n.iNlth.rv ritip.w amm'st it. lyot;. 1 hi: it. v. .v i. r. Kt.ii;i.i. The ri. W cm h & Denver City mad fp.'iiin lo In- trying I't'i' tlit? pennant in Idf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 17 August 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD AUG. 17 1006 I LOCAL NEWS! Tl'EKll.tf. A. A. Lsmpkln tu In Taseoati yesterday on legal bulnei. Dr. Ilettes of Porter I. V tu In Aniarlllo last week. j. P. Corlcy. of tho Model Studio la In Miami today doing view work. Mlaa Bcanto Dlnlr left tbla nioru lot for a Walt in Hereford. i M. T. Itoot of Donrcr la among the visitors to th city thla week. If. B. Martin loft (ant night for a frlp to Denver Cheyenne and other points la tho northwest. ; Mr. Clyett of lllllaboro Texaa Ih visiting hla brother Oscar Clyett at $00 Jackson street. Mr. and Mra. W. M. Wllkorsnn of Memphis Tenn. are vlsltlnif In the lty. AV. E. Ward and W. II. Colllna of 8atta Jloaa Mo arn prospecting In lb Panhandle. Judite If. H.i Wallace and ex-Uov. J. N. Drowning are In Dnllna attend- ing the Plate Democratic convention. Judge Wallace la In Fort Worth attending the Stato Democratic con- vention.' iCath fclackburn of Jefferson City (f.l In Amarillo looking after Tanhandle Inveatcmnfs. ' Mr. an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 17 August 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD AUQUST 17 1906 CRIMINAL RECORD Served Ed- ns Would-be Bank Robber T- ;i Penitentiary. Hi HI they ronio In Tin iIi kr nots e out by thrt pally Punliatidlo 11 ml thi officers hero are nottln thn ro rwt toinploin of the man Kd.ms wl.o Is now hold in the county Jail fov (he ateinpt on the Amiiilllo Ni'lloniil Hank. City Marshall Snider Ih Id receipt of a letter from A. llonnet now in I (I out or tho Roidor National Dank at EaRle Pikh. On the dny of tho ntrmpirtl bur- glary the Dally Piinlnindlu wIimI the Information to tho San Antonio anil started the wurrli for the mini's r.'cord. Throtmh thin puhllclty It had been found that the man nerved a term In the stale penitentiary tit Husk. Mr. Bonnet's attention was attracted to the rune by tho rail- handle dispatch published In the Sun Antonio Kxprom iih follow h: Saw the I'aulianille Dispatvli. Aniatillo Tex.. A up. s. A hold but unsiiciesbful attempt wax made to burslarl'.e the Aniarillo National Baak last nlfcht. J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 17 August 1906

Iff irvi . . V THE TWICE-A-WHCK IIURAUD AUGUST 11 1906. 7WE WILL RAISE GRADE Cify Councit Tikis Strps to Ipcnass ElJ- uflon of Polk Slrtet. Ttit th treou of Amnrlllo r fir hor th avra for rttltw o thl ilxfl Id n unilUpiitfil frt. nd U pot only fMlliM by th rltl.m lint t.y the v1lor m ll Ik rvllMi-ed by exprfMlonn frpquoatly heard. Th nfy council lunevrr. ! nnxlou In iuk Ihrni tlll r.'ttr nnd toward that end hi lrdy bruin to Uy platti. While to a rrt ixtint th board of Mrmfn r rmrnlloippr'd. thMr pro(trclv uplrlt not allow unythlni to dlnroiini. bh Id uliown by thir anion n ' i'h iuoHiiir likt aftornnon. Pinna r iiihiIo to bfjln work nt euro lowering th rIe on Tylor nd HurrUon atrenU (hut of IhIo nan f mined ponl. or Uk a nome term H. to form In tha vicinity of om of thi roitldcncon. tfoma parti of tlw rltr havo born Im- PiiKAMhl tnc the honvy ralna of IahI week and tho aerloiisnetis of the kIMi- ailon la fully realUod by (ho ouih 11. I tin their action. Another Iniportnnt Mature of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 17 August 1906

THE TWICIi-A-WliEK HERALD AUG. 17 1906 CHURGH AND STATE t Pope Strongly Opposes Separation Preserv Religion of Innocence Koine Aiib. 1.".-- The text of tin Pope's nn phm'.i Knrvrlliiil to tlv ArchbliiliopN iiihI ItKliopH of France ciini'erninn their full. in cini din t In vl"w of tlir cniulnn-ni of Inws 1 mi-1. Iillnc for iln ri'imnii Ion of Church ii ml Stiitr ni'iii'iM id In tin I ()!lh'rVHtOl Kollllllllt. Il HliJS tllilt ' the time Iihk now nrrlvcil to Imlirnti' i what islioulil he ilono to ilrfi'inl ami IMTurrw tin- i"lUI(in of Innori mi'. The l'3:icyi llrnl continue:- "Our .- I'lnlon owing to the I m port :i n i-i of thW urine (iiition nnd piirllcnlnrly through clip lit y for tin uiciit Ker- lc oiir Million lias ivihIitciI t In chinch Inning hcretof u e cond.'iiin- .'il llili iiiliiiltoiiH l;iw wn cxainlni'il wl'li tin prciitcst cine it iirllcli-s to see If they permitted a reHnlons or. kHiil.atiuii In I-'riince without Jeop- unllluc tho sacred piimlpals of tin til tin ii." Hoi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 17 August 1906

. . . . V-i. i THK TWICE-A WEliKtlERALH. AUCJ. 17 Io06. NEGRO TROOPS UNRULY Sfiti Rangers Havt Been Asked for lo Cnlorci Order H'iMon. Tex A e IS. A re- port fmm Bronnsvlllo mti thai 'h tffT tronpn recently stationed there hei-ama ry unruly and that In a Mtrimwm r'non 1"4 M1M Th roaynr hs asked that ! rangm be urn there lo keep ruder. frropi.vlJI''. Ttx.. Aug. IV The Bfr rrlion ncr here has qulci.'rt down n1 u luvertlgition I In pin rt to deiermln who ern pai'H'l- rmo la lh disorder Tnesd.i night. ))oa one man was Mlb-d by nr trnop. A bitter frellnc rvlt.tr. HlnH the nrgrn troops officer of th" garrison are VerplnR all mm In the hirrarks to avert trouble. TO ENDORSE BRYAN Nibriski Democrat Sur to Fall In Lint With Endorsement tinroin . Am. 1 ft. Tho nnn- fte.rnt and rppullMB Of NehlBska will hold thalr convention here this afternoon fa' n purpono of liomln- tn a fijll Hrkft. IncMHIng govern- or lieutenant governor nttlorncy general. idai treasurer secretary of slat auditor; commissi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 21 August 1906

' ' ' ' f ' V I L f The eaWeek Hera VOL. XXI. AA1ARILLO TEXAS TUESDAY AUGUST 21 1906 NO. 67 fWflC w VALPARAISO IS IN RUINS THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE KILLED. Eight Other Cities Along the Coast Are Entirely Destroyed and till Business Is Completely Demoralized. ROOSEVELT'S LETTER. PEOPLE ARE CRAZED. Hundreds of Thim Hive Fled to the Moun- tains for S af tty Sever n m n f Furs I Famine Seeks to Prevent It. Santiago Chile Ajir. 20. Carlo I'lvirdi one of tb proprietors of Merrurlo ot Valparaiso has arrived 1 fcrt on hoijeback from that city. He jfoiflrms tfia report that Almedral fcnirfef and tha Principal Avenue ! been tranifortned Into a heap of rtifni. Tbj majority of the Inhahl- 1(Btf bi ttya hafe'aougbt refugo on in hills In the pvlu and along the i "Mfcrt fCo private realdencea are tabltable. .In '.plt o5 desolation . everything: In irr eei.re. t order being ' irtalitalned by the tlonpa The mili- ary ambulances aregatherlng up th. Sounded and deartV A squadron of tavajry forming aorcsidr...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 21 August 1906

4 f '.. "'-) ..... . j a . .. u it v . . i a TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD AUG. 21 lo6. POL AS TICS IN IE) Firs) Tims In History of the Lone Star State Five Parties Are on the Political Horizon. Pillaa. Tex. Aug. 17. For tht first time la tho hUtory of tbe Lone Sur Btnte there are flvo political parties In tho Meld. Slnco the organ lutlon and admittance into the union Texas has been overwhelm Ingly Democratic and with carh sue rnodlng year the party lines seemed to have become stronger. Soveral times dimensions have arisen In the folds and each time It looked as It ii eoinplotd division would be tlie re sult. ' Jlrldiced the Chasms. "When the time for casting ballots would come however Just so often would the wounds lie bnndaged and the swinlngly Brent chasms bo brldg d. Tho year polities! year of 1900 has been an exceptional one In many respects and thoso who havo labored so earnestly and so faithfully to ad minister the phthisic that would place the stale farther than ever beyond tho valo o...

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