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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 22 August 1907

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 22 August 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD AUQUST 22 1907. $ T El Pasa Eninment and Amarillo Boosters IVers Big Features of the Meeting At the Pass City 4v :- Kl r.ino auk. 18. Tho Texan Five Million club Saturday de- clilcd to hold a diamond Julillco In 1911. Thf next mt'ctlnn of l!u dub will ho held In Dallas next Oc- tohrr and tho n-cond nuct Itin ut Ainur.llo. When tho time came for bPh'ctliiK a j1:icp of meeting the dolfgatlon from Anmrlllo which came hi'ie fluhtlnR for tho next mooting place It waa shown the cltl- .ens from the Queen City of ihePlains that It would be to the beat Interests of the dub to luive tho next meeting at Dallas. Mayor V. A. Miller at the head of tho Amarillo delegation bowed to the request of the officer of the rlrtlt. Mayor r. C. IllpliHnilth of Mineral Wells did not preaent 'the name of IiIh city saying that his enthusiasm was above selfishness. He too ta.i willing to have the next meeting where It would do the most Rood. Afier Hdoptlng resolutions ot thanks the meeting at 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 22 August 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD AUGUST 22 1907. 8 JjOCAL IIKKVITIF-S. ' Cah paid (or old life Initurance policies. MrKnlgiit & Williams In- surance and oauii. 3lt 2e The Sunday school of (ho OhrlH- tlan church will ruv their annual picnic tomorrow nt tlio I-Vllx Frank- lin ranch on Amarillo crock. All members of the school sro expected to be on band at tho church tomor- row morning at 8:30 with huc.Ii pro- vlnlon as thc-y ennwlder noccsunry for the picnic dinner. It flows like electricity through jour cln; It does the work. If you nre wanting nwny UUo IU11!- tcr's Rooky Mountain Tea. 3.1 cents. Tcr or Tablets. 31 1m -The editor of tho Panhandle met Mr. Jus. A. Bush yesterday ut the experimental farm who lb farm- ing with Ma father west of tho ex- perimental farm. Mr. Hush roiwn from IlHnolH. Ho Hays he haa fin i) crops for a dry year and ti entirely satisfied with this country hs a farm- ing country. Ho Ih studying scien- tific farming. l(o orde r the 'eekly Herald sent to hlin In future. We ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 29 August 1907

The Wee 3 t.: NO. .15 AMARILLO TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 29 1907 VOL. XXII. V" Ik- f B TEXAS WILL MISS MORRIS Ii Head of Great Packing Com- pany Had Big Holdings in the Stale . "Nlon Morris wnll be minted by the cattlemen all over the South- weft" ntd . S Stinnett thin aft- ernoon In sreiklng of the death of the hfad of. the great p a . K I n g plant. Df which h Is th represents' lv In this territory. " knew that Mr. Morris had been sick for some time but the f I r:-t news of hin death ama yer.terda.v tn t.he Dally panhandle. I nippo. that $.nnnnno would not more i h.tn rover Nelson Mor- ris' Investment In Texan land and rattle. H" had a (treat ranch of bout nn.nnn anes north of Big Springs a ranch on the Southern Farlflo near Alpine and one on the low'er plains. Polled Angus cattle were his hohby and he Introduced a great rruny fine black attic Into Texas. He has born a frequent vis- itor in West Texan for the last ten years and wan wrll known to the cattlemen. He made l( a point to lr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 29 August 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD AUGUST 29 1907 PROFESSIONAL CARDS John H. WUK ; JlEAL ESTATK snd ABSTRACTS. f otter County Organized Amarlllo Laid Cut and John 11. Will Land Office Es- UiUlaaed la 1S8T. DR. J.J.HANNA Diteases of tym Ear Not and Throat. . Class Fitted. Room 7 and 8. ' Eberstadt Buildlug N. J. WADE Attoraay-at-law !t.r BUg". ri. WrtliTi. Practice In Stat tnd Pederal Courts Business of nonresidents given per- coal attention. S. W. Phone 180. James F. McFadden Of the Indiana Land and In- vestment Company of Mount Vernon Ind. has opened a . branch office at Groom Texas MUSICESB! ukiw p n i r r iihmmm ihM&nfWHi iiw.M "ass. Prompt Service When you notify u by tel- ephone or otherwise to call for your package we don't ay "All Right" and then : wait for two days before we come for it. ; Wa call ' the same day -within a few minutes if you are In a hurry and wa deliver the laundered clothing at the time agreed upon. ' Qood work and prompt ser- vice does the combins-" tion appeal to you?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 29 August 1907

V THR WKEELY HERALD AUQUST 29 I0O7 3 HAINS AMD i . BIG CROPS All Over 'the Prosperous Pan- handle Needed Rainfall Is Being Recorded Tbe good work goes on und fmiri very prt of the panhandle cornea report of abundant rHlns. In (art the general dollght Panhandlers ex- pressed yesterday a being able to walk In real mud ha given way somewhat today and ihe mud grum- bler has already been horud (mm. From prebent Indications the man or woman who objects to mud will have occasion' to grumble some more before the diihi grumblers get back. Last night' rain was the heaviest of the series so far and this after- noon ha added materially to tho to- tal. 1 hp Indications lire Mrongly In favor of mora of th blessing:) of the " game kind tonight. From 7 yesterday morning to 7 this morning 2 iift Inches of rain fell . and this added to the other givea a total this week up this morning at Inches. RAIXS AT TEX LINE. State Line Country Rcjrrfrs Over Crop Conditions. . Special to Dally Panhandle. ' Teiyn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 29 August 1907

V TUB WEEKLY HERALD AUQU5T 29 1 90 THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursdays t IIS Polk Btreet Amarillo Texas. T. E. BOUSEV Publisher. 8. A. BREWSTLJt Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Poslofftce at Amur lllo Texa as second claso mall mat ter. Official Organ of City of Araarlllo and roltcr County ADVERTISING RATES. Display JOc per Inoh each Insertion Lockls 10c per loch each Insertion SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 TER YEAR. The Herald will cease coming to you when your tlmo expiree unless we are autborlxed to continue it. Should any subscriber fall to re- ceive The Horald regularly pica advis ua at once by curd or tele phone. Any errora reflecting upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear In the columna of The Herald will be gladly corrected upon Ua being brought to the at- tention of the publisher!. THURSDAY AUGUST 29. 1907 THK EL T.tSO MEETING. The Amarillo contingent to the Flv Million club mooting at El Paso returned home last evening r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 29 August 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD AUGUST 29 I9O7. AYL BALL CLOTHING SHOES AND FURNISHINGS FOR Hen and Boys a mill 1 J Samples From Our Very Large Stock of STETSON ' HATS AMARILLO. FEW YET TO BE SECURED awJSMSSafeBW plght of Way Committee Is 4 Closing Up Last Deals on Panhandle land 4 (From Monday's Dally.) Of the property owners along the Ine of the' cut-off from here to tbe taJn line west of Panhandle only leven have not yet reached a settle- nent with the right-of-way purchase lommltte. Four of these are Potter lonQty owners and the other three ire owners of property In Carson ounty. Condemnation proceedings against Ihe . Potter county property owners lave been filed and will come up lor settlement before the county urttomorrow. Condemnation pro- ilalms Into court. The Carson coun- y owners have already given notice bat they wish a meeting with" the lommltee after the settlement has wen reached with the owners in this f court proceedings. With the settlement of these Ilalms and the receipt of dee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 29 August 1907

.(.--"'H V.' . . THE WEEKLY HERALD AUGUST 29 1907. t Trae lUB wa- -ww TemperaEce ' There b a growing sentiment that temper- ance is surest and best promoted by the use of Pabst Blue Ribbon which contains less than 3 ft of alcohbL The use of Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer satisfies the natural desire for a mild stimulant .without creating a habit for strong drink. In countries where the most beer is consumed in temperance is rarest. The Beer of PaljstBlueRibbon is so rich in the food values of Pabst Eight-Day Malt and in the tonic properties of the choicest hops that it is a genuine health-builder. The systemfrequently requires a mild stimulant which is supplied by the small percentage of alcohol which produces no injurious effects. The ex- tractives of malt and hops aid the digestion and soothe the nerves making Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer the ideal temperance drink. When ordering beer ask . for Pftbst Blue Ribbon. Made by Pabst at Milwaukee And Dotted only at the Brewery. i itKi 0 . rERSOXAL ME...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 29 August 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD. AUQUST 1907. 1 ?4 RESOURCES ARE G00I Wisconsin Creamery Proposi- tion lor Canadian Breaks Land Promises Good "Wo arc gradually getting In ohape to put tho lands on the market'' Bald R. S. Allen of Houston at the Amarlllo hotel this -morning Hn speaking of the lands north of town wnicn 013 company recently pur chased. "1 bought the lands In the flrat plaie simply becaube I thought they were worth It for grans lands. Stnre thru I have found ctror pos- sibilities which are woll worth devel oping. "These Wisconsin parties that hnvo been talking about the dalry'prop csltion want to put in some dairy colonies down in here somewhere They figure thai oy putting in cheese factories and creameries at conveni- ent points along tho Canadian river communities of dairy farmers could make satisfactory arrangements for marketing their products. Of course there is a good market in this county for all products of that kind. If tho farmers were enabled to have a tsure market every d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 29 August 1907

j ' ' ' v M V. ' V l THE WEEKLY HERALD AUQUST 20 1907. V local nni:viTirs. . It win rr you to figure with tis on cat and het. Early (iraln k. Brokerane Co office over p"Ht- afflce. 31 t - W. E. C.zell l rnnflnH to hh tome. 09 Harrison wlih n attaik of fever. Mmes. Charles h. and T. T. Crern ire rntertulnlnj a company of ladles at the rridcnc "f Mrs. Charles L. Green on Taylor trcet with proxreeiiWo forty-two party In honor of MIn Kdeim of ComlcAita and Mix Voodn unci Mm. Turnrr of Ulllsboro. Word from Manful Snider who rrnmpanled the Amarlllo hiiinh to El ran". mIuIph that he will b homo hout Haturdny. He hs bpen nprnd- In a few day a In the City of M-Uro. Mra. Mary n. Morpan and (Iiir!i- ter of Kancaa City arrived hero yesterday Mra. MorgHn ha exteii- alT interests In the ranh-uidie. and ho will spend some time hero look- ing after them. Mlaa Fay .'iadUon. of Hhnttuck. Okla.. la here vlnltlng her uncle A. M.- Toter and family. Contractor Rico has had a pumping force at work today R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 5 September 1907

........ I - r V The Week! er flat Hk"I auitin VOL. XXII. AMARILLO TEXAS THURSDAY MIPTRMBHR 5 1907 NO. .'6 . r. FINDS JAPS IN POWER Slona Says Japs Rule In the East But Are Friendly to United States ' . . Jltaorlated Tress. Pan Francisco. Sept. 4. I'mied BUte Senator W. .1. Stone who has just returned from a Journey to the islandfl of the Orient says that the "'hole face of the earth ban rh.ni Red during the last few years. Tho Jap- anese he. pays have taken entire con- trol of 'affairs both In Korea and China and have so systematized com- mercial and political undertaking In the East that In a short tlmn all Eu- ropean and American Influence will be completely shut out. Otithlde court circles stone found that there waa anion;? certain clauses a spirit of resentment at the reported ill treatment of Japanese in San Fran- cisco. The 'bulk of the people how- ever expressed nothing but-the bent of feeling toward this country. CINCINNATI MAN IS STILL MISSING Associated Press. Cincinnati ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 5 September 1907

THE WHKKLY HERALD SEPTEMBER t 1907 PROFESSIONAL CARDS John H. Wills ILEAL ESTATE and ABSTRACTS Potter County Organised Amarillo Laid Out and John H. Wills' Land Offics Es tablished in 1887. DR. J.J. 1JANNA Disease of Eye. Ear Nos and Throat. CUnei Fitted. . Rooms 7 nd 8. EberiUdt Building N. J. WADE Attoray-atLaw Rr14a B14tf.r. WartH.T. Practice in SUtc and Federal CourU Business of non-residents Riven per- anal attention. 8. W. Tbone I So. James F. McFadden Of the Indiana Land and In vestment Company of Mount Vernon Ind. has opened a branch office at Groom Texas ClL!ir1USICJ!E Prompt Service When you notify us by tel- phone orotherwlie to call for your package we don't tay "All Right" and then wait for two days before we come for it. We call the same day within a few minutes If you are in a hurry and we deliver the laundered clothing at the time agreed upon. Good work and prompt ser- vice doos the combina- tion appeal to you? Put us to the test. . Troy Steam Laundry Phone 42. Dr. H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 5 September 1907

'V v-vi r- vr' THE WKEELY HERALD SEPTEMBER 5 I0O7 AWILLO ENJOYS GREAT Parade of Gil) Officers Unions and Trades Dis- play in the Morning and Reception at Night Not the finest flrbi atlon ever Otteil tip iy a Illy Of AlMillillo'S size or the finest over gotten up by Amarillo was the l.Mbnr Day colo- liratioa riridiiy. Hut it wan the greatest 1 liebnlion over gotten "I on Ihrro days notice and a thorough- ly rrcdilahlo showing by any compar- son. To help mailers along Pan- handle weather came Into promt- Vine rstrrd;iy with ii September Jay of Hi" Kind ilii makes i'iin- "landlera brag. Such v -.it hor made people feel good hihI look Rood and ( the oxen Ihos of Iho day wfio In keep- Iuk with Ii. ('nth-rin of the I'mmler. Ini oniplfu- pliinr were responsible for smo delay In getting all tho men and wagons for tho parade together 4t the Whit City at in o'clock. But. Jt. was Labor Day nohody was In a hurry eo the crowd loafed along and listened to Hip White lily's concert phonograph and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 5 September 1907

Y 5 THB WEEKLY HERALD SEPTEHDER 6 loo7 THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thunidayt at 616 Tolk Street Amarlllo Toxa. P. E. BOKSE.V publUUer. S. A. BREWSTER Editor and Mgr. Entered at tba Poatofflce at Amir- li;o Texa aa tecond ciau man mai ter. Official Organ of City of Amarlllo and rotter County ADVERTISING RATES. Display 20c per Inch ch Insertion Local! lOo per Inch each Insertion. .SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER TEAR. Tba Herald will ceaie coming to you when your time expire uules we are authorized to continue It. Should any aubHcrlber fall to re- ceive The Herald regularly please advise ui at once by card or tele- phone. Any errora reflecting npon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may apper In the columns of Tbe Herald will be gliidly corrected upon Us being brought to the at- tention of the publisher!. THURSDAY SEPT. 6 1907 THB WORRYING BROTH EH. Satan come a-chailn' me lively thoo' de night; Run me fum de shaddera ter de breakln' er de li...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 5 September 1907

' THE WEEKLY HERALD. SEPTEHBERs 1907. .. I" 1 f ' Pabst Purity The way Pabst se- curesabsolutelypure yeast for ferment- ing beer proves tho caro that surrounds every step in mak- ing Pabst Blue Rib- bon Beer. To secure an abso- lutely uniform fermen- tation Pabst takes a single cell from it3 millions of fellows in the drop of pure yeast and from this one cell grows or cultivates the yeast required for each brew. Pabst BlueRibbon $ The Deer of Quality is fermented in hermeti- cally sealed Tts. From the time it ii brewed until it is bottled it never comes in contact with theatmne- phere or human lianas. It is then properly matured or aged in. air-tiht cold- storage tunks. When ordering; beer ink (or I'aUt Ulu Kibrj. Made by Pabst at Milwaukee And Bottled only A inn i lllii Hot 1 Co VlliHlll''. TXIIC t hum s 4..0 mill HC. I T- - ..rmrl 'M' C . PKHSONAL .MENTION. - .- .(From .c4tiipn's Dally.) E. . Garrison the Hereford coal and lie ib j !i is in town today J. M. Esies o; Amarillo was I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 5 September 1907

THR DAILY PAN HAT TUB SPEEDY FULFILLMENT OF A PREDICTION MADE BY A CLEVER AMERICAN ECONOMIST WHO BUILDED BETTER THAN HE KNEW ftv " 1 UTt-M: ' ''"i jf.fW'.'vfiimniiHiiiji.iiiiiiniiii Auditorium at Central and Tert ormcrs ' i N hli Ingenious "Looking Hack- ward" Edward Bellamy drawa a picture of the home life in in American city In the year 2000. He tell of & central mimical station from which wires extended to every home ao that merely by pressing a button any one who felt so Inclined might have the works of the masters Interpreted by virtuosi brought Into hll Immediate presence. At the time thl clever bit of prophetic fiction vraa published -now almnet twenty yeara go no one took the prediction eerN ouly not even the electrician who wee looking forward aa fur tin he could and wss In no position to look backward. Jt haa come to pace that Bellamy's Inverted prophecy hne been fulfilled al- most literally. About the only point of variance between the prediction and Ha realisation la...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 5 September 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD SEPTEMBER 6 1907. ENGINEER DROPS DEAD John O'Donnell Local Santa F8 Man Dies at the Union Station (From Thursday's Dally.) I Without warning and apparently 1 In tho mldsi of tho most abounding health this afternoon John O'Don- nell freight engineer on the Santa Fe with headquarter here sank gasping for breath to tho sidewalk on Lincoln Mroet near the station and in a few minutes was dead. His companion ;. a. ihnom alba an engln- err who had Jubt eaten dinner with him In tho Saddle Rock restaurant dropped to his knees and lifted the man's head but O'Donnell had lost consciousness and made no response. In a few minutes passcrsby crowded arotind and then tho man still breath lug faintly was carried Into the baggage room the union station. Dr. Patton had been summoned as soon a O'DonneH'H condition was discovered and he went at once from his down town office to the station. Although efforts had been mado In the meantime to revive O'Donnell signs of life had rapidly dis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 5 September 1907

liili VvttKLY MtiRALD SfcPTtiMBER 5 1907. I5CAL brevities. " . Mltw LuretU Con wm hote to a party of young people who wont out to her brother's ranch homo near the city taut nljbt. It will pay yoa to figure with us on 01U and wheat. Early Grain & BrokeriM Co office over post- office. 31 tf Monday nlnht Mr. and Mra. L. B. Simmon enlm talncd a Jolly party of young- people who lrst took Id tha ahow and then returned by auto- mobile to the Hlmmons home on Tr- ior street. Here the party cloaed a delightful evening by enjoying the delli loun aupper which Mra. Klnimuna had In readiness for them. A groat InvoHtment bKoluiely nfe brldK return that nothing elite can: giving surplus earning power; securing rnmfort and henlih ID your dorllnlnp. years. That's what Ilolllster's Rocky Mountain Tea Viea. 35 rente Tea or Tablets J "VV Juc Quern. 3 Im V. J. Hllla. memljor of the Perk & Hills Furniture Co. of Chi- cago Is a vltiltc.r In Amarlllo to- day. Mr. HHIa la on a pleasure jaunt through...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 12 September 1907

V V IT f" '' ' 4 . . The Week! erald JUL AMARILLO T12XAS THURSDAY 5EPTGMBHR 12 1907 NO. 37 VOL. XXII. JAPAN VIEWS RIOT SITUATION Canadian Officials Begin Rigorous Course Against Instigators of Van Couver Riots and Japan Accepts Apologies in ood Faith Allocated Prera. foar.tle Wash.. Sept.. 11. A spe- cial t tho Post. Intelligencer from Van Couver aaya Uml Mayor Rethune Mouday received tho following telo- lirim from his Excellency Governor General Ouley at Ottawa: "I havo learned with tho dropout regret of the indignities and cruelty of whirh the subject of t.ho Emperor of Japan the frlnd and ally of hid majesty the klnj have horn made vii-tiniH. 1 hope that peace 00 restored promptly and that all offenders will b punished." Chine TJirAten Oeneral Strike Tb combined Chinese and Jan- leere orgunl.atlons of Van Couvor Jienday afternoon made un overture to the Hindus to join thorn in an in- dustrial strike all along tho Rrltish Columbia coast. Tho Hindu refused late last night. Tho poli...

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