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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 21 August 1906

' if-' V 7 THE TWICH-A-WEEK HERALD AUU. 21 1906 rilE TWICE A-WCEK HERALD Pybl.ha laah Tual and Friday fct P B. B085BN Entered at the Potofflce at Amarill Taxis it cont clata mill mattar. Hlclal Orn al lb City at Aaaarllla nd Prtta Caimty. lcaa ADVIRTHlhO RATES; I B eauta pawnali.aarh Imartwn. I canM par Ima MCh in.attion- 1 caul liar ward (Int 'itmiitlan et parwnf1ehlubtauanl mn lion SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PIP. YEAR Till HiSAie will (mm commi la yau whan your I ma II pi rat unlaia wa ra ajlhena ta eeninua it. Ihogll any aubaenbar fail t raoana Tm Hli.D tag j.al). piaaa aavita ui al unif by ca-4 et ta'.phana. Ar.y i-ronaaui taflaoiian uaon 'ha clia'aciar llnnlip.f or rapuiatian of any paiton. Arm or cor- paraean wtiKh may appaur In ihaeulumna af Ihi Hbpa.1 e will ba fladly eariaciad upon lit fcami raughl ta tha aManllon of lha nt.bllhari. IT I DAY. AlGl'ST SI. 1H0C. M ' HKJIlM II ATIi: TICK IT. For Govei nor. T. M. Campbell of Palestine. For I l'u 'Iih n I Governor A. H. lavldon of Cuero...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 21 August 1906

i. THE TVVICE-A-WBBK ItpRALD AUQ. 21-1906 LOCAL NEWS. FMDAY. Kir Dodian bow of Clarendon la here Ylsltlag Amarlllo friends. 0. D. Klrkpatrlclt of Hereford was In town yesterday. Judfe J. W. Davidson of Alan refd le In town today M. 8. Churoa ot College Station la tare looking over the Tanhandle Mlaa Lon Kr has accepted a post tton with A. Davidson Jo Kelly of Dallaa la here rla ItlBf Ma brother Parker Kelly E. B. Plalnadell of Groom was la- town yesterday on business. Attorney Otla Truelovo went to Hereford yesterday on legal business Mr and Mrs. F. A. Beach are rcg iatejed at the Elmhlrat. W. A. Crawford waa over from . Tani'pa yesterday. W J. Lewis of Clarendon was In town yestorday L. A. Strand waa a Hereford via Itor la town yesterday. S. J. Dodson was up from Here ford yesterday rvenlng on legal bust nasi. Mr. and Mrs. Lynch of Tarla are visiting their daughter Mrs. E. Dohoney. George Lambeth returned today from a visit at his old home In Cooper Texas. W. H. Greenwood tho I. C....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 21 August 1906

I THE TWICB-A-WEEK HERALD AUQU5T 21 1906 Jottings about town nofc flmlth In building tin addition to Ills residence on Fllinnre Htri'ti A marring llen:o wm IkkiuvI to O. V. nauer nnd Mrs. Nciiio Martin .luilce 0. H. NHson urrlwd from tunl nnrm trip (o Memphis Tex. thh morning. l C.llvln Ih In Urn north IntereM- in rom"erkers In land for MrKin- nlry A Ollvln. It. I.. Malone. of w V V. Iininl- Igrntlon Co.. J rf c for n t-Hoit tvlu to .Rnswell yesterday. .1. C. Cooley of tln MfMl. l SmkIio. wont to Canyon todav to tiilr hoihc views for t ho exlhbli car. 11. W. 1'atton 11 in cut inilviil from Woodward. OU;i. U In t lio employ of MrKlnstry t- (Jilvln. (. T. Ohiilnault. f.ic land man of 'lxlro. was In A tr.ni III" yrsHTdny an rnuti for Tiirumrsil N. .M Vlrsll llarlilhon. om of Deaf (Smith county's prnnp'ron fitrmors. whs up from Hereford yi'i.lorday. i T. . (' Riviera Ih iidvonislnn nnd selling Panhandle I'lusr Kartory pro- ducts at tlic II. Y. I'. I' encamp- ment. ' no. W. lialo formerl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 21 August 1906

V 5 ' TIIETWICE-A-WEEK HERALD AUQUST 21 1906. C.iXVOX TOOK THE FHtST. tf rrora and fVrlsion Against Amarillo (from Fridays Pally ranhandla.) The baseball enthusiasts of Aina- rtllo hae laid their Inning today. The doubU header played this aftor- noon en the local diamond scorned to Af.'.tlXST TIIF. CAM VOX TF.AH Double Header of Itiillliliu IJimiiI (James Tomorrow. New York Pittsburg mi Chicago :lri i'r Kridwy. nttny panhandle.) Lint. Shorter Thai Othirs. 1 h r?1ula u" " "u-'u-. h IiIn men In dim for hard fast New York Aui. 17.--Josephj wluolna; baseball today. Tha Cau- Ramaey Jr. formur president of th : y team on their rcl u in from a aeries of victoria down the Douvor. la playing adouble header altu the Roseinonta this afternoon. Can) on has won six out of elaiit fames played oit t lie trip. The ('re- nin were their only sue esaful oppo- nents. Wicker or Mitchell will pitch the games uud Amarlllo known how tuy work. Vauahati Boll. Am- siillo's old Aral baseman and heavy appeasa m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 21 August 1906

V 1 - . THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD AUG. 21 19o6 t FUGITIVE CAPTURED President Stensland Who Looted the Ave- nue State Bank of i Million Dollars Is a Prisoner. Spokane Wash. Aug. IS I'mil O. Stensland fornipr prc-nlili-nt of T ho . Mil wau lift? Au'iiiio .SIMo Hank whlrh he lonicd Is reported ruptured at Midway Ilrli (hTi Columbia. Tho hunk wn cloNed Monday August 0 1 li and at t'.ic tlnio Klonslitnd wiih mild to lio away on a summer vacation. r did not return to Chicago how- ever an wns reported lie wuold mid on rxamniatlnn of tho linnk It wutt discovered that lio had looted his on Instil ut ion . The Arm Intlmtalon of trouble was th a ppearanr at tho hank of twen- ty pollernirn who had been dispn'rh- ! to prevent anticipated disorders mo police department Hint iiceu notified olllcially that one o ft lie of- I Hirers of tho hank had absconded. I 'fhe suspicion of tho depositors wau roused hy tho sluht of tho police- men stationed at I be liank and in a Vhortllmo a huso number deinaudi'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 21 August 1906

.v .v i 7 8 THE TWICE-A-WliUK MliRALD AUG. 21 I9O6. S!G!!S DEATH WARRANT Tti BiiKic't Metropolis of thi Kewljr Form- ed SlwhSDi Reservation Will Soon fit But 1 Ven Memory. HiOkhunl. Wyo.. Aug. 18. The Joopdlnt; ty the government of town ait near the Junction of Ihc f it Wind and file Horn Klvers. thir- ty mile's south wut-t of thla city and twenty miles northeast of I.auder signs the death warraot of HhoshonI the budding metropolis 'f newly rcnid Shoshone reservation. The lnntm of the first thr-e claims lo the went laid lottery have selected rlalros adjoining the frdaral town altr nd the rush of Fhnshnnl Inihlnr-H feeo to wuii lota In t h new town tas aheadr begun. Kituated in ttie midst -of the richest agricultural dis- trict t the reservation the embryo miitropoll will no doubt oon red urn thia Hty to a iiieiu memory and Km jdukim-ows1 substantial biilldlnpH to .ttiooumenU of wrecked foiiuueb. GOMPERSANDMITGHELL liter leaders Ut the Stump tn an Ef for! te Beleat representative For...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 24 August 1906

Me Twlcea.Week TT Tf 1 in erato v. . VOL. XXI. AMARILLO TI2XAS FRIDAY AUGUST 24 1906 NO. 68 mm LOSES tils Request (or Resignation of Sullivan tiler Bitter Fight is Tabled. reorla 111. Aug. 23. Hy u vote ft 1038 to 570 the convention placed Vpoa tho table the vequent of Wll- JUm J. Bryan for the resignation of Roger C. Sullivan from the national committee Despite the fact that Mr. Bryan bad declared that lie did not lh to be ondorand tinleaa Sulllviiu wm repudiated the convention de rlared him to he the one and only man capable of leading the Demo rratlc party to victory In 1 uK. The endorsement of Bryan and the tab Unit of the motion calling for the resignation of Mr. Sullivan came at tho close of a most exrltlnic session pf the convention In which there were several nshls and throough tit which confusion reigned supreme The committee on resolutions de cllnd to report u plunk calling for the resignation of Sullivan und thf debate followed upon a motion made In the convention by Judg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 24 August 1906

r ! TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD AUU. 24 IVoO. HI FARE3ERS UNION Second Annual Mi Territorial Ccn?cnt!cn In Session at Shawnee ELECTION OF OFFICERS MUm Changes li tht Coestltitloi Art IthtM For ttii Wtetlnj Tk!s Aftcraooi Shawns Ok. Aug. 11. The o- cod annual convention of th India- torn a Stat union compod of Okla homa and Indian Tarrttorjr. I being: ht!d hr today. Delegates from all Oi country and district union of tbo two territorial art present. The an raal alectlon of officers and commit' tetmea will take place thla afternoon and many proposed amendments to the constitution and by-laws will be submitted to the delegates for their acceptance or rejection. Tb annual reporta of tb officials bowa that tb unions are In a flour liblng condition and are constantly gaining In membership and influence Clearing bouse for the aal of farm products have established in nearly alt of the larger towne of both terrl torlea and have been very aucceasful In their operations. The union label la placed on a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 24 August 1906

L THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD AUQ. 24 1906 mm t im THE TWICE-A-WtEK HERALD ... . . PiiblnhidEaaftTimday nd Frldaf by P. E. BOESEN Entered tt the Po&toflke at Amarillo Texas as second class mail matter. Official Ortaa af the City af Aarllla n4 Patlar Couaty. ADVIRTISINO RATES: Display 1 5 eanta par Inert aach Iruartlon. Local . S canla par Ima aach imaition. CLit.fUrf' 1 cant par wora flrmt iniartion v..in.a j ;tc p r word Mch ubuqunt insartien SUBSCRIPTION 1.00 PER YEAR . Tin Hmald will eaata ceminf to you whan your Ima aipiraa unlaia waara author nad to continua it. ' Should any aubtenbar (ail to racaiva Tin ; HaniLO ragularly plaata adia ui at onca by ' card f talaprtaiia. l .' ' . . Any arronaoui raflaetlon upon tha charactar ji atanrtinf or raputation ot any panon firm or cor- 1 poration which may appaar in Ihaculumna ot Tm HaniLD will ba tladly corractad upon ita baini Stat lit to tha altaiilion ol tha pubiiihart. Friday awu'st 21 TUB CHI I.KAN KAHTIIOIAUE am iti:iiKr. DKMOCIMT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 24 August 1906

'.rV'v im i - - r ' y TUB TWICE-A-WDEIC HERALD ALU). 24 1906 LOCAL NEWS. TIESD.U. J. W.. Turner waa up from Canyon Seaterday. Judge Randolph of Plalnvlow wai la .Amarlllo yesterday. lllsa Magglo Roy of Hereford M In Amnrlllo yeaterday. Karl ration went down to Canyon thin morning for visit. Hugh P. D. Howard la looking af ter buklnesi In Hereford. . Herbert Collier tho McLean bank er waa In town lb t morning. C..T. Dycus and C. T. Chalnault went down to Texlco this morning. W. A. Gamble la reported to be ronvnlenclng favorably athome In Mc Jan. R. It.. Peed traveling freight agent for tho Rock Inland U In Can- jon today. ' V. A. Ward went down to Hero ford thla morning In the Intcreat of tha exhibit car. . W. C. Lawrence la a Cincinnati man who la In Amarlllo for biwlnM and pleasure. Tho young men of the town will five a danre at the Polk at feet akat- log rink tonight. ' Mra. J. K. B. Wright and children returned thla morning from a visit at Panhandle. ' .. L. 8. Kendcr Judge of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 24 August 1906

H i I i 1 THn TWICE A-WEEK HERALD AUGUST. 24 1906 JOTTINGS ABOIT TOWN Tl ESI) AY. ('. It. Colenmu Fred Worlh llnrry J iiiHon John Norton mul Hoot. H'ln rt lu town with tlio "flylnit .A.lron'Ysr of the KolU-Kloto -'.:ia p. Tl) U (h Hwond ndviiitcc rnr of thn big show nnrl the third will be here nfxt tfiitiirdny. A. H. I.oonils Hirlvod from Kansim City Saturday nnd has lioKun work t thn randy factory lie In ti ex- pert chocolate nmltpr nnd has exteii- live expeilr-nre In fine cnud.v tonkin;;. J. P. Snyder n In ml iniiii of Here- ford vii In town jeMorriity with the knljhis and left liut night for Kansas City. C. fluiRnlr tbr hardware man ol Kloydadu loft thin mornltiK arttr at- tending the Knight Templar iestlvl- tie. (e reportH that part of ihf grade for the railroud I already built between Kioydnda and l'liiln- vlew Naturally ho thinka that Floyd county Is coming Into the front row right along and he tan prove it. ' vi:im:siy. John V Kloinuey hi severed bin connerrtlon with the Secu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 24 August 1906

) t '"I r r-: - TMH TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD AUGUST 24 1906. TWO LIVES LOST F;rrm i( Hertford Rasufts la Death c Mr. Mrs. Cassbin mi Injury " ! of Two Yoobi People. :" l from Wednesday'. Pally.) By ilonf distance telephone thin Tinf 0o. W. Dale received full partlaulara of the tradgady at Ioro ford yr(erdy which ended tho liven f tw old people L. It. Banana ra and bla rlfa. Mn. Uasaham wa Inatant ly killed In tha runaway acrldent yattardty and her huaband with hla kull cruihed lingered on till thU tnornlpf . " f A touring ear and a nervou team rauMd the arrldent which haa cont two Urea maimed oue elil riorhapn for Ufa aad terloutly injured a young man. Yesterday Mr. JIubscII i young man from Denton Tex. broth or-ln-liw of Joneph L. Cough and a young: lady who acta as atenoicraphcir for Mr. Cough atartod to a picnic at Sulphur Park four mllea rait o( Hereford. The two Necured a double ated aurrey and took the a gad cou ple Mr. and Mra. lianBhuru with them for an outing. Whan about one and...

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

THB TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD AUd. 24 19o6 CHINESE LABOR Specifications Have Been Issued lor Bids to Furnish Coolie Labor to Dig Canal. BOND FOR $100000 Contractor Is Responsible for Damages and Indemnity on Account of Death by ' Accident or Disease. Washington Am. 22. Siiorlflen- tlons for blrfH to furnish Chines ln- toor for the construction of tho Pana- ma canal nere issued by t lie Isth mian canal commission. Tho txisis for bidding li for 2500 coolies al- though It Is made clear that tho com- mission may call for such Additional numbers of Chinos) laborers ni It may need should the expedition bo successful but the number shall no: exceed 2000 jior month. All pro- posals must be recolwd not latf-r than 10 a. in. September 20 nt which time they will be opened. Tho usual conditions regulating tho cop;- petltlve bidding for government sup- plies la prescribed by the specula- tion. ; Individual co-partnerships or cn- poratlons who are competent to ful- fill the terms of the proposals will ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 24 August 1906

. . . ... '-. MJ V. ---w H - v "I THE TWICIi A-WHRK IIP.RAI.D AUO. 24 I9O6. 4 ! '4 ' KliiGIITS T0.1PLAR. '::;r Many Hours Strenuous " Work" Thei Enjoy Samptoes Feast it . Hinds tf Eastcn Star. (Tram Tueaday'i Daily ranhandlf.) Wlttj. til tha pomp and rlrnim- tnc. tha patean'.ry and uplrndor tlth lhlrh Maionr.r Imn to atir- round y myiterlm a rla of four- to ere" dubbtd knight yc-MenUy. Tha young Amarlllo Conintandety aa host '10 vlnlting kmi.ita from nil over thVatat and the Vernon Com- mandery tiVe the dee.reo work. Th oldr knluht. vlsliora from othar iolnm pronounce tho work of the Vfrpon Commandcry of the very hlgbe'iCf xrellcnee In dignity beau- ty and auhllmlty tho degree work mot tbt kolglit'a deal. The work""bcgurt nt two o'clock yesterday afternoon and .continued Including Vu banquet till two till morning" '.. The Hanqtif-t. The triumph of Amarlllo hospi- tal win the banquet served lnatnlpiht at tbe old court houae liy tho ladlea of the Order of the Kaiitern ftar. Mra. FM. R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 28 August 1906

I ' I ' I -J i I I r w aw . m o H XL h. WIC a -1 VOL. XXI. " '"t (hi. AMARILLO. TEXAS TUliSDAV AUGUST 28 1906 NO. 69 eaWeek me i cm mmr r- (Loof we ah aoss-Yc sho s cor.r Qvr oat r vo' wAArs 0 MGGAH TO lAv Grand Annual Military Tourna- ment Begins Today on Atlantic Coast MANY LARGE PRIZES ' in .'.Co ' - mi ' Ml. II T J Columbia Winchsler and Oryden Trophies Among Choicest Aggregating Mora than $5000-Teams Arrive. Son (iht .V .1. Aiik. L'7. The ci riitost milltni-y ton rii:i men t over In thin country lic.ui today with i'( niiitclirn of (lie New I(.'i.s''v State ;;(!( ssu latlon whidi will roiitln-a- all week to le fullowed next wrrU I'.v the? ilflo matihes of tlm National Hoard for tho Promotion (f Kille Prurtlee. In the latter contest teams of tnrlvc iiioii rrprespntltiR nenrly rtnt snrl tprrltory In tho union us in thw ifnular army n;ivy and nmiliip corps nill c(iiuprte. Mnny Important inatchrs will bp hnt. undpr the Hasplccs of tho n- tlnnal Hlflo nsHorlation th prrllm- inarlen f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 28 August 1906

MV'Vtf 7 "- ft H f f h"-r-rv-h TWICE-A-WEBK HERALD AUQ. 28 !9o6. MED ROOSEVELT REFORMS After Jpilllni tha Good 0!d English Wsy All His Life ilov DIscovzrs thi Error of His War. Sculi. Amsrlccin Country Again VIsfted By Fearful Earthquake. DANGER OF . EPIDEMIC Ttaninds of Koxtless Pccpli Wmdirlni Thrc'u'li till Ruined Strests la Search of Food and Shelter. . 8atiao Ant. It 10 p. m. (De- lared in transmission) Another ere earthquake shock has Juit oe- urnd htrt. VaJparaiiB Auf. 34. There were twt light earthquake shocke hore lait alfht and rain began falling again thla morning Increasing the sufferings of the thousands who are living lo tenta. Many aought refiifio In the houses whoso walla are in a dangerous state of ruins. It la be- lieved that If the rain continues much longer a aerloua epidemic la sure to break out. About ten thousand workmen are employed n clearing away the rulna and In searching for the bodies. In the wreckage of one house the workmen today found a rhlld alive In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 28 August 1906

TMG TVVICn-A-WRHK HERALD AUG. 28 1906 1 THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD . PubliitiadlaehTueiday and Friday by ': ' . v. i. BOestN ' Entared at the F'obtorrke at Amarillo Ttias as aecond clist mmil matter. Official Organ el lb City el Aaaarlll. and VoV.tr County ADVERTISING RATES: Piiplay ... S canlt pai Inch each Invirtlon stall . - 8 cai.li per line eagrt iinettioii 1 ... I cunt our worn flrsl imeillon ' . ! v cl. per word each tubtao.uant iinettlon SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR Tiif Hii D will ceae coming lo you when your ima ripiret unlns wa aia euttioiiel to continue II Should any lubienhai fall ta racalta Tin Hrnr raaularly pleasa adyisa ut at one by raid oi leifi.hona. Any arronarul reflodion upon tlie character I'ar.'ln.e or rftoutAiion ol any raron. flim nr cut roranin whirl) may appear in the column of Tn HimiD will ba su). coriaUad upon III ben.g rrcuthl to we atoiilinh ol lha puiiiiMieiv TTKSDAY Al'Cl'ST ilS lflnii. H.ll'K! TUKIX Knr C.overnor T. M. (ititiilii ll of Tiilcst nr. For...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 28 August 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD AUO. 28 1906 LOCAL NEWS. FHIDAV. W. B. Atkins was orer from Dln- Vlw yesterday. A. 0. Withers hat returned from v vacation trip to Romcl!. f T 8. Jonea waa ovev from Cana- . diao ytaterday. Tom Malone of Itoswcll U la town today. Russell Bowman la bora visiting hla brother Dirk Bowman. Mra. J. V. Taylor left thin morn- ing for a visit at Trxlro. Ft u ben Reed formerly of Parla Is hero from Las Vegas. James Freo la In dittoing today on business. M. J. Lewla of Clarendon waa In town yesterday. Mint Slninis of Atlanta On. wlio luia been vlhltlng Store IIihImuii and f atinlty left ycaterday for her borne. Thorns Caraon left today for polnti on tbo Denver north. W. II. Greenwood returned jester day from a trip to Dalhart. V. H. Mersefeller of Bovlna wua In Anmrlllo.yesterduy. John .Marki'l returned yeaterdny from .trlp to Ft Worth and Dul- lK. Mra. Clarence Wheeler rumo up from Hereford yesterday for u vlalt v illi friends and relatives bore. D. V 'Crawford or Her...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 28 August 1906

TUB TVV1CR.A-WFEK HRPAU) AUGUST 28 1006 5 JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN I'KHi.W. Will Dorrli a business man of Chlcknsha I. T. li. In Amurlllo look- .. inc over invostmmt opportunities. JJcn Hnrnonsor tho reiil cstulu man wont up to dunning tlilH morn- ing. W. R. Allison manager of the P. V. Immigration C. arrived jester day with tho car Litcnnn. J. 0. Callrnn a merchant o( Here- ford Is In town todny on ronto homo after a purchiiHlng trip to euntorn markets. M. A. Rnydsr and wlfo aro here from Cameron Mo. Mr. Snyder re- rrntly purrhiiaed n tract of ground fast of the l'ecnii Valley lino und will plat It In town lots. C. 1). Anderson of Whltcsboro. flrayson county loft todny aftor n several days' prospecting trip through the Ainnrlllo country. W. V. Murrny of Coleman with ' his mother Hra II. V. Powell of Timcnloosa Ala. wore In Ainnrlllo to- dny after a trip across tho south pIlllllH. Id. H. Cooper and wife of Silver- ton were on tho wrecked Denver train last night and spent today In Amarlll...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 28 August 1906

fYp""''-'i : ill If 't It VV'ta v V V ' 'I'M 12 TWICli-A-WI-UK MiKAl.D AUGUST 28 1006. AM.mnXO C.lD7 OV BALE ' Tootli.omn Wm of llm WoikIi Vo. Ft1 JVmJjr Kalr. (Prom Saturday. Dully Pinhtindltf.) Th Woodi Wholwl Company AiriTlI)o't latest entorprUe took a flynr la U marktt today by pUr.lnj. mi aaU la the frocpry atorra tbla 'niornlsg aaout on hundred and fif- ty poutidi of their warca. If (he vapidity with which the candy found ruirhatera today can lo taken ai an Indication of future mlea the com- I'KBy'a antro"! la arrurod and from thu tatlafled amil that came to tlio facet of thoHe ho ate the awcota It U afe to ay that the randy has the tome -dick to u mat moana auc ri.aful and aubaUntlal bnKlneaa. The candy placed on kale today Is all low-priced but by no means low made goods. It consiHled of peanut brittle peanut fudge orunfie lemon and Taollla cream mints and pulled U Cfy. All this randy was mude )oh-t'-rday and was fresh toothxome and ilrlldoun. The company has beeu handicap- ...

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