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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 7 September 1906

- a - i t m - ' - ii i . - .. a M ma .f- ia a-"Ti w..-- rurfrl't-rmift x. WE TWICE A -WEEK HERALD Pufcliehad leh Tyeeitey nd lrtrte br P. E. HOI" S.N Entared at the Postoffice at Amarillo Taita a second alaas mail mstter. OrMciel Oren l Ihe City nl Amarllle nil Patter Connie. ADVERTISING RATF.S DiirWy 1 1 ctut". " aach iiixit'on Leoelt - f- f"t ne loetnon 1 "' wnil frit iihi-'Ik r liaeiri er wro need lublturi.l i -tertian SUBSCRIPTION II. 00 FKR YF.AR Thi Hni B will ctmmi '.eyiu whn you ime pin unlm we ai a auiliotml to continue it ShoyH any ubonbar tail lo raonlya Tim HiRttD riiii!;y. p:toa adtmi ut al once by carrt 9i llpl;0in. Aiur erronioui tefleetlen upon Ihe oherecter UeaTiaarpu'.atUiat any perton. Arm or cer- poitlori whit nav anpaar in WaexHirai of Tun ffia4U will to ajladly erraal upon lit bainif roal'H to thl atttmlton oj a cuMiUian. TPEHDAY SEPT. 4. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. i Kor Governor ' T. M. Campbell of I'nlesllne. Kor I.IMitnul (lovernor A: B. DarftWn of Cucro. For Attorn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 7 September 1906

THP TU'!CR- Wf'PX HHP A! I) SHPT. 7 lo6 LOCAL NEWS. WEDN1S8DAV. Born to Mr. ami Mrs. L. E. Lytes yeittcrday a aon. Sam II. Nutting of the Wheatland Investment Co. of Dalbart Is looking for bualnoa In Am irllo today. Joe Garrison the land man & Canyon was In Amarllb today to meet tha Incomfctf bomeseokers. Burton ttoach and Herbert Lewie ( -charge of the City drug atore J t Dalbart during the abaonco of tha proprietor. 0. K. Stevens. W. IL Tlbbeta and J. D. Cap wore killing the town today for Allen's big minstrel ahow which will ex- hibit In Amarlllo next week. C. L. Talley D. II. and B. It. Tal- wadge of the 8yndicat Land .ndMr. K Brucend daughters. Misses Town.lt Co.. Cnnvon. nor. In town ' ' today. . Dr. Shirley baa withdrawn from the partnership of Dra. Johnson Fly 4 Shirley and will office under bis own nnmo. Dr. A. J. Laird the Iowa landman Is here to see that bis follow lowans gut suitably located la the groat Tan- handle. ' 1 I T. C. Rivera who was called to Dallas last w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 7 September 1906

Supplement The Twice-a-Week Herald. AMARILLO TEXAS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1906. NO. 72 VOL. XXI. FATE mi a TOOTLE! Br MARGARET MUZZEY Copyright IK by Kuby IiuU ler hfii family "reduced bla nervoua ays- tm to a pulp. 'What on earth did you onng roe here forr naked Whitney. "I can't aet anything of your alster without tni everlasting paraon." "She will be tired of HI sympioni before long" said Tom. "Rhe appears to bo In love witn uiin nd lil" syrnptome." All during July Whitney progressed In Mildred Mnson'a favor with the ap- proval of her email brother Tom a consideration by no tueana to b de- plaed when the curate of 8t Jude'a appeared on the scene and applied It all. The Brat Intimation of change In the uaual order of events came wben MIMred rcfuaed to play golf on Sun- day. "When a person rau play all the week" she said "I think he ought to make a difference on Sunday." "But It la my only opportunity to play with you aud 1 spend my week enda here for that aoto purpose" plead- ed Whitn...

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

THE TWICdAAVKRK HHPALD SEPTRHBRR 7. 1006 J0T1INGS ABOUT TOWN Vi:iXHKI.lY. K. K. Roach Is taking tlmo out on ircoiint of Illness. Mr. J. !' Ilrnwnlng and children left last week for Corpus Christ I. Little MIkh Jrlck of Plalnvlew Is lifting her Hlster Miss 1'ranees ' Irlol;. Kd Griffin Wilt Hoffman and Clarence D-'Utou of Dalhart aro la town today. T. I.. Coce n leading lawyer of Missouri and wlfo were in town yes- If rday. Miss Lama Shuford will arrive from Texllne today to muko her homo In Aniarllo. Cuptuln Lusk of Pcnlon who has been visiting IiIh nephew Sam I link returned to hln homo today Thomas H .Johnson of Medregor. . Texas stopped over In Amarlllo yes- terday en route for Denver. Dr. 9. M. Morris and wife of Gal- veston are here visiting Mrs. Morris' Mbter Mrs. U. E. Magnenot. S. Ughtburno left yesterday for Corpus ChrlKtl whete he will upend 1 several weeks fishing and enjoying the nea bw. Mlsi Farwell und Mls nurns who have been visiting friends In Ama- . rlllo. returned ...

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

i w - .j.'. THH TWICE-A-WRKK HERALD SEPTEAIHE.R 7 I'Xlft. . y v ..'.KU"!!'!-' I " " ..44- I 5 ' VI It tJXIUlOl IS ETTLLD. -WtpPT' ttan Return fo Work. Arbitration Cunmltlco. Pn Frandaco Sept. fi. Thn irtrikVof th carman which 1m coni- plutoly tUd n plha Vnlteil Raltrnml lcoe lAapmt 26 wa practically end- erl laat night when lit a maun iiioc Ing; the aUrlkfra vol nil lo vcturir in work and nubmlt tho qiieMlo oT wagea and hour to a commit teo for arbitration. This tKtlon i a com- plote backdown and It In wild wiih forced by the notional orpunl.iiilon of atreet railway worker. I'ichI- dent Calhoun Mated that hfl would take back all old men and iiko nlno all the men he imported to break Hie atrlke. ' ' i itKi xiox ok Di:s i:mts. nmh Anniinl Mit-ting IU-ln; H-M in ( Itunli of 1 1 if rilnrlin. DoMon. Mans. Kept. R. Tlio clxlli annual reunion of tho li-ntx'iul;itit of Johd and PiinUII;i AldHl who vote immortalized by LoncMIoWa. 4 in. "Th Courtship of Mlli'H Standh." U -being hold today In ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 7 September 1906

TMH TWICR-A-Wni K IIUIMI.h SI-lT. 7 19o6 HARKBT REPORTS. Block Van's Karmns City Sept. 6 npreenlitlvo ihIch 0f Pnnhnndlf and New MjxIco cattle and culves her lait week: J. M. Polij Canyon Tcxnn 100 2-year-oldii I! 8 0-lb. $3.73. Mountt & Ills Hereford Texas. 35 itockeur 615-lb 3.60; 20 cowh. 830-lb $2. CO; 24 cowg 900-lb $2. GO IX. T. Absander Cnnaillun Tex- ai 2 cowii l37-lb $2.75. M. HarrU Canadian Texas 20 27 cowa 841eowH M9-ll $2.70; 22 cows 91Mb $2.50; 20 calves 197- lb $4.25. rishor & Kunn Canadian Texas 27cows 41-11) $2.70;1 cows 915-lb $2.45. J. O. Watson Claude Texas 21 cows 71 0-lb. $2.fi0. J. rt. Beverly Charming Texas 4 2 cowb 766-lb $2.60; 16 holfcrs 8C8- lb $3. Scandal & C Bovlno Texas. 69 cows. S13-lb $2.40; 20 heifers 702 lb $2.7'. J). H. Jackson Jtoswell N. M. 25 killers 954-11) $3.30; 13 bulls 1165-lb $2.10. W. L. Wallace Clarondon Texas. 54 cows (canners) G75-lb $1.63; 11 heifers 690-lb $2. CO; IS holt'eni 113-lb. $2.35; 1 bull 930-11) $2.15; J. J. Sim...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 7 September 1906

1 8 THE TVVICE-A WEEK HERALD SEPT. 7 IqW. PUBLIC SCHOOLS .til S.rrangpnirnM llavr IWn Ma.l.- Hrr Opening Nepl-inli-r 17. WOh a faculty of eighteen efficient trhr and greatly Improved ne-eonirr-ndatlonK th Amarlllo nihil.- Khnrl will open a woli from .Mm- f1y. PeptsMnhr-r 17. Threa hnlhllnpi will l In ima th Pnlk atreet InilM Ing. the North Fide hriinol hullilln; and tjio Jiandaomo ntiw Hlr.li Hehool bulling near tho 1( on Valley round Even with the Improvement avail bit thin 5 ('Hi'. It Ik thought. Dint hi) dltlonal tearher will he m-eileii. Amirlllo U growing no f.iH that any prasent provision will prove Inado- fl'Utf in th very nem- future. The Cltlr.na of Atnarlllo have thn uplrlt of ronatant Improvement In their chool aervhe and na tho town riovnh the school qulpnient. will Keep pure. WJth a fair degree of common m-tim-uatd fa tho fut ii io in the enso of buildings yst o la erected Anmrlllo will Lata one of tho model school astsma of tha sonthwrit. Thn Amarlllo High School now h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 11 September 1906

Week Herald VOL. XXI. AMARILLO. TEXAS TUESDAY SEPTliHBER II 1906 NO. 73 fie I wic ea rrntair T4.mtin OF llEW Tra ICIl "'Carnival of Indiscriminate Killing and Pillaging In Which Soldiers and Mob Take Part-Unfortunate Jews Are Shot arid Bayonetted In the Streets-Number of Victims Placed at 300 FUGITIVES THROW THE RAILROAD STATIONS Rioters Inaugerate Campaign Against Police and Troops Which Resulted In Much Bloodshed -Raging Fires Throughout the City of Warsaw Adds Another Terror to the Sickning Scene-Christians and Some Officers Meet Death in the Fighting. St. Petfraburfr Sept 10. Tho pre- rttrtlons mado in these dispatches of tb Jewish maRaacro lit Siedlce Rus- alan. PoUnd unhappily have liffii nstrfid by o f ifelit inx which broke out Saturday nlnht and d' cloned .vtnrday Into i carnival of Indis- criminate slHiiKbu-r und pillage In vhl"ti the aoldlory und inoli took part. Thr unfortunate 1pwh were volley liy troops Into the crowd which resulted In kililiiR two citl- .ens nnd wound...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 11 September 1906

' ' ' Wit j ; v TWICE-A-VVEEK HERALD 5EPT1I !9o6. n hi 1sl r S : i 1 "' I V Hi IEQUEST RENEWED sssalor Tftcmpson Says tela Should Bs . Sup- pressed 1.1 St Louis; INSURRECTION BREWIHG Un!!e Slata Is Assorttf Howesfr That D!:!'jrhflces An Local will te Han dled by Mm Authorities. Washington Sept. 7. Declaring It te be a false report that a bitter anti-American feeling exists In Mex Ira and that an organized rovolutlo against President Dim waa brewing David Thompson Amorlcan ombassn dor to Mexico h;ia made an exhati tlve report to the atate department setting forth In detail the Juforma Hon which could nut be conveyed In previous confidential dispatches. He hoi renewed his reqnnat that In com pllanre villi tho wishes of Moxlco' president thin government should take steps to suppress the rcvolu Uonary Junta In St. Lotus which was published In tlm Spanish paper call d Ilegoneruelon. Ho contends that the articles that have appeared In certain newspupera in the United Htate discussing the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 11 September 1906

" w THE TWlCn-A-WEEK HERALD SEPT. 1! 1906 HE TWICE-A-WLEK IILRALD Ptjeliahaa saalt Tuaada' and Friday by H E. bOE'-EN ' Entered at the Poetoflic t Anurillo Ttxat a second class mail matt.r. Official Oris ( tit City ol Aaaarlllii nil Potter Ciiunly. ADVIHTIS1NQ RATIS: 16 catitt par melt MCh IntlMnq Display Latal 9 oat la par una innrtlOri I cant par word n ' t in.aWlAn '": U (MirwniaaaoMiibaaquantiiiaartUiit SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PH VIA! Tys HssUP will oaasa sorntii-to you whan you Ima aptai untaai wa ata authomaa 10 tannmia it SliauU any aubv.ribar Hliu.0 ruulailr plae card at tatapnane aMvilI acracaia Twa u at ones by Any arranaoua rafHotitjp apart tha shaiaotar andiltf or r.puiallon ot an Dark ail. mm or cor- ....... ..... ir.. Jit autumns ol Tin Hrt-aLl) will ba aWly ooirwiad uion lt b"i ioulit to Uia aUannortol tha publiahan Tuesday sept. 11. !IMi- DKMOCftATIC TICKET. Kor CiOcrnnr T. M. Cmpb-ll of PalestlmN For Meuteiiant (ioveruor A. H. Jevl1nn of Otero. For Altortnnr C.mieral K. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 11 September 1906

i 1 THE TWICG-A-WEEK HEJRALD SEPT. II 1006 LOCAL NEWS. yo.vpAv. . Pr. MrMeaos of Sun Antonio li recent arrival In Apmrlllo. He will move b! family hrro at once m nil maKe (bli hi horns. Dirk Connally of llio New Mc Land company Tcxho and Melroso U In Amarlllo today hoostlns hU patch of the rhort eras country Mr. JoIiq Ilouldware of Crntroll Iowa has purchased a part of the If. C. Srhrcldkcld farm south of the ! and i putting In 200 acres wheat. . W. B. Story tho recently appoint ed chief engineer of the Rnnta r system will ! over the Bunts Ilnea here In a few days on his Inspee Hon tour. Mrs. John Mitchell .left InHt wee for Mllwaukeo where she will repre sent the Ladles' society at the con ventlon of the Brotherhood of Lo comotive Firemen. A. E. Loomls traveling salesman of tho Woods Wholsesala conjpany left thla morning via tho Douvcr for points north In quest of purchasers for tho "Woods randies." A. W. Woods the candy factory man Is building a. residence at cor tier of Tenth and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 11 September 1906

THE TWICn-ArWnllK-HEPALDrSEPTBnBRR II 1006 5 JOTTINGS AEOtT TOWN I'HIDAY. 0. M. Kulilo la In Canyon todn.v on biDilncdK. '. N. Farimworlli nnd family are here from Hojtwoll. W. M. Greenwood tho J C. S. man Is In Dnllnn on btiH'nrM. Huh Sndler was nt Krltk O. T. jeMerday on cuttle bun) n rss. J. M. Drnke nnd II. N. l'l lchnrd are hero today from JIalo Center. W. V. Witt of MrOrojior Ttxan I in Aniarlllo on u m.oitlnK tour. Mr. Itaylxirn of Deratur In Mull- ing hla lirothfr-ln law W. L. l'ondi-i-. MIhh IIoiiciikk liuoy of Canyon Ih J vleltliiR her uncle Mr. N. N. ThoiunH. Mrs. I (Jowln will leave tomorrow f for a vlcit with friend In 1'ortalen N. M. J. N. IVinrhoo of th CitU-.rn's Stint bank at J'lnlnvlew la lu town loilfiy. K. H. Perry of Perry Dowden Jlarp & Ware I'lninvlow In lu town ftduy.. ))lrk Ware the well known busl- ) ties man of I'lalnvicw Is In town today. V.4 Norman of Pnrla In hero vlslt- in' his brother-in-law E. L. Do- howuy. W. D. Weilaro of Cedar Hapiil. Iowa Is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 11 September 1906

- . 4 THIi TYVlCti-A-W litiK IllilMLD. SHKI liMBlER II 1906. ft. V 9 f I t 1 1 i I II II II II I JIV OintlCH Ol' TIIK .llJl TAYr. Tony of thr Order MalliK ItiUlngi . . Tea Mrvle. i h f.llii'lni In a I'linv of III) til'-i iiiy order dialling the rifle qd 'lom tho Tc-xmh trooim for Hie romr.i- tillon now liolng on ut Hen (ilrl: Oneral oi'tTH No. I I jiuiniuni to general ordra No. 11' A. 0 D. AuMln July 3 1to. Mnjor ruil Mi Hiinl onlumno officer In ((nln;nat'(l a ttn Hnotter. and Optalii 11. It. roller ordnance offi- cer a tf hid com h of tha alct rifle team of this t to ' l') n ill.) national match at ra Girt; N. J. during KcptcmUor next. Tlx')' will icport to the tram curtain Hrlgadlcr General John A. llulin. for duty In omnnrllon with Hi preliminary niac- tiro of thu team at "anu Mabry on Monday. Aug. 2. 1 ! II. The following offhen and u-lU-iril nion taklnit nart In the pifllm- Jimry rompolHlon at Cuuip Mubry.. j.uinuunt to 0. O. No. 11 A. 0. D. Juiy 3. 1900. havlns beun aelct-tfd ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 11 September 1906

THE TVVICE-A-VEl:M HERALD SEPT. II lo6 in ATHLETES junior and Senior National ! Championship Being Held ! Today at Travers Island AUSPICES N. Y CLUB hCianfVIo -Competed In Olympic Games at Vm Art Tiklng Part In Tourna- : jnsnl Harvard vs. Cambridge l 'w York Sept. 8 Tho American 'IltlLlaHo union Junior and senior nn- inal championships are being held tindar tho auaplceg of the New York Jatnlattc clnb at Pcltaam Mnnor Tni- rr Inland thl: afternoon. Tho Ttnta includo 100 yard. 220 yard M 40 yard 800 yard 1 mile and 5 mile funi; running jump and running broad Jump polo vault: throwing the tflaoua 16 pound hammer fiG pound .'weltht and 16 round shot and 120 yard hurdle rare laoat of tho world's rhamplons who eompeted In tho Olympic gumos at Athens are taking part In this tour- nament. Among them are Jim Llght- hody the ChlcaRo runner who heat CAMniUDGE-IIARVARI) HACK In the Han art 1 Hunt Robert Tappen bow 21 years old weight IKS pounds 0 feet In height. Kowed No. 2 In 1903 varsity shel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 11 September 1906

I THU TWlCG-A-WnnK HERALD SEPT. II I9O6. 8 Individualism Versus Socialism By tVILLIAM JtNNSNGS BR.YAN. in frnlury Malt-ilne Ce?rt4M. IM4. f ' Celf C. TK word "IndiTldiulliira" and "tocliliim" define teudeucle rather Una concrete vtteui; for eitrome ludlvlUiwIImn 1 r.ot to be foand tinder any form of government. there U no eiaaipl of ociilltin Iq full operation. All overu- incut liclnu more or le aoclallatle tbe couteutlon eo far u tlilit aubject In concerned. la between ilioe who re- tard Indlvlduallam as Meal to he ap- proached na nearly aa clreunulaucea will permit. and tho who rcard aoelnlMIc atate a Ideal to be eitab- llhed aa far nud aa feat an public oplulon will Hi low. The ludlviduallat bellevca that coin- petition la not ouly a helpful hut a neeooiarv force In aoelely to le ruiird- fd aud protected; tbe aoclnllut rinM competition aa a hurtful force to he entirely eiteriulnatcil. It la not nece- amy to consider tlioirn w ho conacloiuly take cither aide for reunnna purely ael...

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

x "ff"v"" ' U trTT 1 I wiceaTe0k Herald. :j --3 VOL XXI. AMARILLO. 1906 NO. 74 to visit xkw okm:.xs. MIKKIKPU' Th TEXAS FRIDAY SEPTEKcJ 14 TAKE A HAND Russian Authorities Fear Such and Are Suppres sing Slightest Attempt to Start Anti-Jewish Attack-Large Holdings Library Austin LONG Llvt HUYAL REVOLUTION last Words Of the Girl Who Assassinated General Min Who Pays Death Penalty on Scaffold-Patriots Urged to Exuermlnate Jews. and IIlKKcst War Vessel in Navy Will Come South Orleans Sept. 11. Tin United States navy department lias announced thHt the battleship l.otils Una tho newest and blRRost war ves ei In the navy Mill come to New Orleans about December 1 to re- cclvo Die $00IHI silver service kIvcu by (ho people of Louisiana tho viil uo of which cciuuls thin to tho bat tloslitp New York heretofore ihi most expensive in tho nnvy. Con slderablo diversion was created dur ng tho punt week by the statement supposed to emanate from tho bn roan or navigation mat mo passes at tho month of t...

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

- ''"l v . fry A ; Paifentfla Organization Convenes in This Ciiy With a Large Alienee ot Members and Visitors Splendid Program Comprising Speacnsi Pa- pers and Music to Be RenderedMany Ladies Present - AHAL ADDRESS BY PRESIDENT J. C. PAUL Pictures the Trying Times of th3 Early Settlers ot What Was Once Called ;be "Great Staked Plains" and Hakes Comparison With the Present The "Man Fm Mis souri" rrrom Tuesday'! Dally Panhandle) The aocond annual meeting ot n gathering that Is destined to bo one of the most powerful factors la the upbuilding of the Panfcandlo opened thin morning. Subsequent meetings of this congress will seo larger gatherings of tho samo kind cf pros- perous cltlicns who are In attendance today but no programo will ever show a more Interesting and note- worthy offering of speakers. Mop rich in experience are delivering ad- dresses papers and short talks of the kind that strike homo and toll for good. After the call to order this morn Ing the president Judge J. C. Psul...

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

nfi. TUB TWICn-A-VVEEK HERALD SEPT. 14 1906 THE TWICK-A-WnEK HERALD ruWiihwl lehTuMU tnd Prtdat br ' I. t. HOSSF.N Entsred at the Postoffk at Amahlto Ttxai second d mail mttr. OtfUlal Oram 1 Ih City at AmaHlla and I'niur Courtly. GiamfiH ADVERTISING HATES: IS can't par inch aarji Imartieiv 5 cart pat lin aaeh mtartion 1 cunt pai' worl AM inwtion ' ct. pai woirt aach tubtaquanl mtartion SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PBR YEAR Ti Hi.e will eaa eomini layau whin you Ima aipcat urtlaa wa ' authootad to continu il Should any lubwenhar to rr.i Tut HmitD raulail. pint adTli Ul t once by Mid or ta.aphona. Any rronaoua raflnction upon Ilia ehaiadar lUndirg Of iapuition ol any oauon. firm or oor- poraflon wSieriiriavappaar in lhaoulumna o( Tut HmiD will ha clarity corractad upon III bain( pruM lo lha ailanllon ol Ilia puhllahara. FRIDAY SKl'T. 14 1900. 1KM0( IIATIO TICKET. For (iovnrnor T. M. CHinplM-ll of PulcMlne. Fur Lieutenant (iovernor A. II. Davidson of Client. For Attorney General n. V. Davidson o...

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

' THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD SEPT. 14 1906 . joTTrvr.it Anon tows. TITSDAT. .Chcrtlnc Oat. A forra of fee r.mtnt wira at work yesterday ono day recently t he rnci'lnts ran rherVlni out the Denver freljit Of- over $750 on tho Tecon Valley lines I . M m 1 t. ana no noser rnsa iununr man Cnrsbsld. N. M. Tho 8uta Fe ucs U la form ticket evon for loral traffic. whlrh requires a great deal of work i fo.iimr ninm for a. new building on on the Part of tho acller. The nat- Taylor atrect cant of the ono now jural rosult. Ii that the ticket wln- bting rinpled. Mr. WayUnd ! duw ii the scene of a email rlo tr- ready owns tho lot at that place and ery morning. A change 10 ino torm flte for officer!' reports. Another Waylnml nullding It reported that J. A. Waylanrt la per hn intended to erect a bulldio whenever tho demand Justified It. Veteran TlmnU Their Host. U. C. V. hnd an Interesting session at their regular meeting Sunday. Routine- business covering recent ex- pense! wnt sottled and recorded. T...

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

4 I t I I TMR TWICE-AWEEK HnRALD. "SEPTEriBRR 14. 1006 I'KHSONAL MENTION. Tl'ESIUV. biMrono. th thriving new town on hho Holon rut-off In Now Mexico. Dick Connolly returned to McIioho i Mii iiioi nliig after u Hoverul days buHlncHH vlHlt In Ainurlllo. J E. Denton a liwd jniw of Ma V. W. Lowlii of Jrror cJln Mo'. ' l low" t0(lny nftcr a trip hciosh tho houHi jilulnn !Si'h. h. 8. Outer who ! ticon (lulling Mm. H K. llunio returned thin morning to her home tn Can yon. W. If. Wither the Amarlllo Mill it Elector niiin.'ldfl on a ImMnr Fr.xl Iloach of tho Hinr Mill jlrl Iowo tho l'ecoa Valley llnca this cviitor Co. Is In Canyon today morning. V. 0 llnnls of Piano lu vb II. E. Tlnnnona of Gronm has com- In Amarlllo. lilcted tlio mirchnho of property lu hero thin Okla. Is hore on land IhihIiichm. J. S. Townca was talking LuslnoHS in Hereford yesterday fain J. Nutting the laud ni Dnlhart was In Amnrlllo yentor H. H. Evang and wlfo of Her Ktoppcd over In Amarlllo yoste W. II. Hoot uf Itoot &a...

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