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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 24 October 1907

The Weekly Herald VOL. XXII. AMARILXO. TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1907 NO. 4.1 N EVIL DAY OF STOCK JOBBERS IS HERE Colossal Hew York Trust Companies Suspend Pay ment and Panicky Market Entases Big Industrial Companies ! . Atfodatsd Press. New York, Ort. 23. Anxiety over the trust company and banking situ ation continued to cloud the busl-ne-s horizon today although the ner-voui-nega and alarm. so noticeable ye:.terday, n considerably lessened by the presence of Secretary of the Treasury Cortelyou In tho city nd his promise to remain at the sub treasury throughout the day. Cor telyou's statement made lant night affirming the strong condition of the national bank In this city had a very good effect on sentiment nd served to relieve apprehensions of business men thai curtailment of credits might hamper the financing of general mercantile affalri. 'An unfaorshle development of the night a s the new that 'he Trust Com pany of America, one of the city's larseyt financial Institutional w...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 24 October 1907

I THE WEEKLY HERALD, OCTBER 2i, 1907. AT THE CORN EXPOSITION 6, 1 Nunn Writes of the Won ders ot the Display In I Chicago and kf fir were used extensively (or decorative purposes it the Collneum and t& In the metropolitan stores. Could Live by Corn Alone, One specially Interesting feature of the exposition was the exhibit of the Corn Produrta company, Includ ing all kinds of laundry starch, rorn starch, corn oil, corn sugar, corn syrup, mm flakes, gluco.e and nu merous other produrta. After seeing all the displays, one would almost conclude that man could live by corn alone. Novel Kntertttlnmenia. Every day an ejjborate program la carried out In the Collaeum to enter tain the hundreds of visitors saun tering about Inspecting tho 20,000 exhibits. This program Includes music by the Illinois Naval Reserve Chicago, Oct. ID, 1007. Dear Panhandle; ' Corn la king, at leant In Chicago at the present time. The Chicago band, a spectacular performance rep. "Cuba" have Just won tho world's ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 24 October 1907

WylKyl, t ,i,H( , V v THE WEEKLY HERALD, OCTOBER 24, 1007 .1 AMIRS ARE "ONTHE MAKE" American Society' of Equity Means to Get Dollars for Crop Raisers The Indications are tbtt J. A. Kerltt, thB IndUnapolis man who founded ihi society, will he re-elect-I'd lo i hr presidency at lb annuaf election (o be held Krirtay. ' .Today's session was devoted large ly to the prcnrnutlon of t h report of the Miinn4l secretary, treasurer, director of organization and board of directors. The reports of the various affiliated departments. Including Iboi-f of Ihe tobacco growers, fruit and produte, pra In growers, peanut arowers anrt essential oil producers. Ill be read tomorrow. The sta;e officers will also report progress In their sections, president Kverltt will dclhrr his address ThiirnlHy. The grain growers' department will hold 1ts annual meeting Friday. THE VALUE OF TRUSTS (Continued rrora rage One.) , many rases, a sinister alliance be tween thor.e who have sought gov ernmental privilege ft the...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 24 October 1907

"w j-'w'1 "''' " r yrt"1 k j .1.-",'rT'l'',',lt,''l',"'',,T,",f I ''". " 'T-' - y I . . ' -v ' ' V 1 . 4 THE WEEKLY piSRALP. OCTOKE 24. ton?. ,':f 1 Tilt WCEKLY HERALD , Published weekly on Thuradaya iff'OU I'olk fitroct, Aiuarlllo, Toxa 8 I. E. KOKHKJf. . Entered at (he, royto.'fii e ut Anmr lllo, Ttiu, accond ilai. mall uiat- er. Official Orson of City of Amarlllo '' and Putter County ' , ADVERTISING RATES. fcipTay 'JOc per Inch each insertion, tool. 10c per Inch each Insertion. SlliiCJUPTlON 11.00 ri2It YEAR. The Herald will ceaaa coming to . fu when your time expire uulom we are authorised to continue It. I V Should any aitWrlber (all to rc . tiilvi Th lierwtd . regularly. plea advie 'u at once by turd or leU phone. -.- Any error reflecting upon the character, atandlng or riputaMon o any person. firm or corooratlor which may appear In the col.unna of lue Herald will be gladly corrected upon ut being ironnnt to the at' tentlon of the publlHliorn. THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1907 , IIKYAN ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 24 October 1907

I THE WEEKLY HER Al!6, OCTOBER 24, 190' PROFESSIONAL CARDS lohn H. Wills, RRAL KSTATK an.) AHSTRACTS, Potter County Organized, Amarlllo Laid Out and John II. Wills' Land Office Es tablished iu 18S7. UK. J.J. 1JAININA, DiM-awa of Eye, Er, Note and Throat, Glasses Fitted. Rooms 7 hikI 8, Lbcrstadt Building 1 N. J. WADE. Attorny-at-Law, Reynold Bldef. rt. WorIK, T. Piacticc in Stall! and Federal Courts, i'.usim ol tmu-resulonls given per ciiiil htteulion. S. W. Phone :8o. M ,(, t H.t InUlML Ail Ik SUM IMtf ". VStlMS sit , tALF PRICK. A''f rwiotrssi uti uit It.lUH.rfiLli IUUI ft ilM f ) ml ft. ' ' liWNMi ' fRII. I'M. ALI.KI. 4M AMiBbU, 1 1 11. Prompt Service When you notify us by tel- eohone orotherwise to call for vour package, we don't say "All Ritht.;' 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 atthe time agreed upon. Good work and prompt ser vice does the combina tion appeal ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 24 October 1907

If , J ' " " t . t v1 ' . v...'- --. ... IJV ,aaV s Artdrtw Cftrnejie I JW fl - ?W if .few THE lotrirraph xlrlk Pfrvon an a rrmliirior of tli f,i, I thui h if. nmrkalily 4in prirniMg. of lh iniwi imifd (clrtmphrrn In lh Wnlory nf thn rl Hie miIII "hIIvc fend kl(kln," thougii not xljll tlikliiR fend t'llekliif. An a ruk, thry Imve P:9n ( th hfl .f ifif i-Uhh, rlihir a tlitriphy or nomrlhlna Juki nx cnnd r bltfr. Onrral Tlinniii T. Ki kul, th nrahli drtin of th coipn, wkh m fcukye youth nf nlr.lrn when 8.. J' H. Moi, Invrnlor nf ihn yimn nud th flrt trlffraphrr. manNRd Mflrr miRlny frnria to Miahlloh the plnnoor iIcih.Ii lln, belwetn Hultlmoio and V.'. 'Illusion, In 1144. I. I" not cany for (he prritmt rn f (o realize thtit telgrnphy lit , .. -three yeafa old. Thlaoild vl '" . uler of tnvendve Rr-nliiM l the ch tt i flviinre agent of clvllluillon. It If i(. uluilonlied human eocli'iy by riinililtatlnf lime and wpare and bilne ire toaather the end of the rnrtli. That hlaterl flret Tnit...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 24 October 1907

THIi WI:E';KLY HERALD. OCTBER 24, 1907. T IS Representative Party From Ama rillo and Other Towns Will ' Fill the Special Train . Never since the name began to tick to t,h0 j;rcat Northwest part of Texas will o many Texas people think of about the Panhandle at the same tlm0 as they will from Satur day to Monday next. Some of them may think of the l'unhandle for the first time and all of them will hive a new Idea of the resourcefulness anj vim of the men and women who are building a new commonwealth out of tho plains. Requisitions con tinue to eome In to J. II. Avery, M. C. Haley, Frank A. "White and K. J. Witt, of the special tr.iln arrange ment committee and there Is no doubt that all of the long train now ordered for tho party will be filled to overflowing with representative and enthusiastic Panhandle people, all out for a good time. Tevleo Wunts n.Car. Parties from Texlco wired up fhls morning to reserve one solid ear for people from the twin cities on the edne of the Panhandle. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 24 October 1907

V t - vwir r f THE WEEKLY HERALD OCTOBER 24, 1907. J! i I if i i I: n I 7 PAH TRACKS IN AIMMLLO Breezy Bunch of Boosters for Fori Worth Are Guests of Amarillo at Lunch and Depart for Trip to South Plains (From. Tnurtda) Dully.) TVItb Captain B. fl. ruddock, w rotary of th Fort Worth Hoard of Trade and bom hotter of the rxcur Mon, at the head of the party, and lth renre enia:lc of lb numt en terprising of Fori Worth' tm.sj ihm houtea to do all tho talking that Captain raddoik ham t time for, the Tort Worth Hoard of Trad exciir Ion had pomchhloii of Amarillo for two hour and a half today. Down From Italhart, At 12; 15 thr apcdal train bear ing the patty arrived over the Fort Worth and Denver from Dalhart where they oiade h call thin morn ing. At. the Htatlon bio delegation from the Chamber of Commerce met Iba exrumlon nn a number of vIm Itori ifH taken at onto on a hhort automobile trip over tho town. The (Blinder went direct to the Ama rillo hotel where table were ready for lunch. Wi...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 31 October 1907

rrntTf'T tilM'tMlbill)" I I"' 'T fV"i s' The Weekly Herald. I tlkrir; iuitia VOL. XXII. SEVERE STORM RAGED m Galveston Was the Hardest Hit Wires Blown, Houses Demolished and Other Damage DoneNo Fatalities Associated rress. Dallas, Oct. .10. The telegraph, telephone anil trolley wires bit down In Southern Texa today, as h result of a cevere whirl storm, tliat passed over that srrllon if Hie Mat curly this morning. At Galveston several lioiitr wen duniagcd, hut no fatall tips occurred. Telegraph rnmniunralion xn hafl with GahrMnn at II o'clork, tint an hour Inter I lip Underwriter; assorla tlon ordered the power plnnt to rut off nil current until tin mass of tan (Jed hcs vrrc repaired. ELECTIONS TO BE HELD Next Tuesday in Twelve Stales and Much Local Interest Attaches in Several 6pae.lal to Dally ranhandle. New York, Oct. :;o. -Thorp will be elections in twelve states on next Tuesday. In Mar.s.icii melts. Rhode Island, Maryland. M ibi.Kijipi ;inr K rti t lie U y ;i governor ;iiirl oth...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 31 October 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD, OCTROI? M. ion-. MAGAZINE WRITER LEARNS PANHANDLE .J. B. Dickinson, ussoplsfe editor :f Mid-Continent, monthly Journal ,iullli,hod at Kana City In the In lerrst of the Soiithwmt. ii lnre with i vIhw to ccur0 reliable dsh on the f'uu.iuudle country fcr una Of his inuKiulnf. Mr. Dickinson represent thrco largn rwnjipr syndicate cm blaring n;oro (bin 300 nubllcatlons throughout the United Kitc and Uurope. When seen today at tbe ,mirlllo, Mr. Dlckliisln mid: "I tamo here somewhat prejudiced gainst thla country, but my opln Ion Iimh ben changed. I believe many r,f th0 "hot air'' stories ho often pub- lUhcd about the TunhHtidlc, con talned many potent firm, and from what I have learned alnce coining: li're I believe It i a most wonderful round')'. I U tit oKpeelally well plcHo4 with Anuiillo. Thla city U destined at no dlBtmt date, to become the metropolis (if the I'anhandle, Your iI'Ixidh arc practical town builders ind urn evidently doing a good work In thut direction...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 31 October 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD, OCTOBER 31, 1907 3 r PRoliSSIONAL CARDS John H. Wills, , RL l.STAT'Ji and ABSTRACTS, po'er County Oigaiiied, Amarillo Laid ; it and Jnlin H. Wills' Laud (Mice lit- . 1'li'illfil III SS7, j DU..L.I. I IAIN IN A, -- I M'.e.ise of - jlEye, Eitr, Nose and Throat. Classes Fitted. Renins 7 S, I.tirtst.idt Paulding N. J. WADE. Attorney-at-Law, Rrynolda nicltf. rt. Worth, T. l't.i. Sin- in State and Federal Courts, Humim I iimi rri!il'iit given per- ('Mill .lilt lllH 'II, S, W. I'llnlll! I Ho. Si!!iVlUSICJ!2!S AH 'i WI Mll MhM, a,Ha , Mil r PRlCt Ai ruM.vt hiwii V'l.tuw tu1U' HiMMi mil, I.KU. AI.I.KV hi MBUI. HUB. Prompt Service Vhcrj you notify us by tel ephone orothcrwise) call for your package, we don't say "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 does the combina tion appeal to you? Put us to...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 31 October 1907

' n n m t t M I " I ii pwm ?'' -i THK WEEKLY HERALD. OCTOBER .1 I9O7. THE WEEKLY HERALD ." By r. K. nOEHE.V. Published weekly oo Thursdays at Polk Street, Amarlllo, Texas. Entered at the Postofflce at A mar ,.'1)0, Tesss, as second claso mall mat tar. Official Organ of Oty of Amarlllo ' " and Potter County I.''. , ADVEHTI8INQ RATES. D'splay JOc prr Inch eurh Insertion. Lotala' 10c per Inch each Insertion. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER YEAR. ) The Herald will cease coming to vjou when your time expires uuloiia are authorised to continue It. 1 1 Khould any subscriber fall to re i ctlve The Herald regularly, please ' advise u ut once by card or tele phone. Any error reflecting upon the Character, atandlng or rcputa'lon of any Demon, firm or corporation .vlileli limy appear In the columns of The Horn Id will be Kindly corricteu upoa It being brought to the at tention of the publlrhcrs. i. THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 1907 1 Fho avniase ll'e of an Anier!:an 'ship Ih only elKhicen years, whlli thit 01 a U...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 31 October 1907

wr"""-1 TMH WEEKLY HERALD, OCTOBER 31. 1007. RACE QUESTION Vril' o v J .fe&ffif j ' KKXATOH ItKN.I AMIS TILLMAN, of South Carolina. Senator Benjamin Tillman, of i fcouth Carolina, dellverd h 1m-i uro last ulgl:t lo mi inidluiic hut U kcil th" cijiirl loniii in iIik ciiiniliiiii.c (in Hip r;i:c (iii'V inn In I ho ."U ill. Ilti RHVp t he fllldiPlllO IlK ( ll(i( of Ihrfo Riibjfclrt, "TriiMK mid Momip nllru," th "Tlit ituf" qiicslKin" and oiio other and the iiikIIciuo a. iil nioii nimn incus In l'n di'oiinu t nave the rare qii'Hiion. and It Is KHfe lo my, that nonr wcrf dlsii polntl In tli.'lr expc tailon:'. For tl)ne hours he h'dil th at tention of Ms liKti'inr. h ' flrsi ic liitlnn t p i IciiPfH tlint ho has lui l lierwHially ' th bl.n kr, thai wcro a nilMine of coni'idy Hiid irani ily. " In the coiitfo of his talli Iip plnhrd very cm pfiilly fvry rllf of 'ihp (jucmion, rl wp! Hiir on the ipin liijt'y Itn oi.iiVcliPii"ili!o points w ith HliiHtrBtlons In " s' for' pfnl manner fin t...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 31 October 1907

TUG WEEKLY HERALD, OCTOBER 31, 1007 THE PANHANDLE TOOK CHARGE The Boosters From This Section Had Everybody t Taking Notice at the Dallas Fair During; Their Visit This Week Tbn Dalian News of Monday had the following to ay of tho Panhandle delegations: The Panhandlo: train came In over the Texas ft Pacific from Fort Worth and discharged Jbo excursionists at the downtown atatlon, from which they proceeded to the Oriental ho tel, where accommodations bad boon secured In advance Tho parlor of the Commercial club were open to the visitors yos terday and during t.ho day nioHt of them called and wrote letters,, read the newspapers and met representa tives of Dalian business hoiiHeH. Early In the day Amarlllo head quarter and a btiruni of Information for Panhandle people wero opened in the lobby of the Oriental hotel, . MimiiImth of Kxcur&ion. The excursion, which la under the auspice of tho Aniarlllo Chamber ct Commerce, brought io 'Palliw banker. Block men, merchants, farmers and tho ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 31 October 1907

m nmm m p zoological v WP lltf if mm. 'm 0lETY, BELIEVES TIMT ft Mifefii IW-J 'm WD ANIMALS DO NOf' dm ww&wm kx$8m w- - Mr solely from ' I ml . jwptes I J. A time president RooseVi II ! I IlKllJU It IM C c( Ml alliing III - ruh nnit nt of ihat m houl of liatlllulists Willi ll llllS Mir- i .li i! Iii making Uself i ti iv iliuc'y oii t"i ..iinlut;, hill often nt i h- expiiuf nf (In IV. Hi f.lllH III till" I .ISO, Ill' llill ll"t make .iny reference In T r. William T. 1 b m.-iday. Tills pi llwnt wild nnl- iii :l v I i l. who Is flln-ii-ir nf the ,(. Ymk Zimlogti ill saeloly and ihe aullior if numerous rmitrlli.llliilis In naliuc Milily, mih .ibrnad when ihe piciiiea ll.il lirniiilNl'li iii.4 f i! ! n i . n;i ti I anil mii-ll rurloslly wv fi ll li !iw pii.ti n iil l liludi- In M,. in.iiii i. in,!, In li'inl hid piiuufni ;iii in iii-i iVii, ti, hiiilxr nut in .ili.'.is en w.uilil In- iiuiii' Willi Ihc Aflcrun J.il'ii liiivimiKliN In Ills rfffnsp nf llii J f. ; i li HI '.' Ml Ills tii...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 31 October 1907

6 THE WEEKLY HERALD, OCTBER 31, 1907. RATTLE OF THE RAILS Latest Items of Interest About the Railroad and Railroad Men The Pint Fe 1h to have forty-hcv-en new engines, most of thorn of ihc heavy Pacific type, In tho near fu ture Th" engines re I" hi used 'n rulllng heavy jih tralni on the main line. To prepare for these engine,, a ninety foot turntable It) V-lng built t Cleburne where most of the engines will bo turned. Sunt 11 IV Wreck. nmv.'nw nod, Texas, Or I. 2". The t,iound through freight from T-r;e to Kim Angclo went inio the C'f'h fourteen niileg rust of hero -ind 1; ' ".il:-hed leti cars. Thirteen head Oi hor.es and mule were killed. No o:c vk'iih Injured, although (our Ini-rrm-Hnt cars with Httendanu went Into trip ditch. The wreck war due 10 u broken flange ' wheel, . Th wrecker sent from Nrownwood rlfared the track by 1 o'clock . m. It l learned from good authority that ft 1h the object of tho Fribro railroad to open up the. Heaumont, Pour Lake t- Western rod for freight...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 7 November 1907

The Weekly Herald. VOL. XXII. Banks Being Supplied With Ample Currency Crops can be Moved Stringency Relieved in NeW York and Strain Over. jUiorlatcd Preps. Washington. D C, Nov. .- Th" tfvasnelal sltuaMon throughout the oountry from a ' rn: urv Htandpntnt ir tmore encouraging today i li f n m any time during the past two weeks. The romp' roller In tnak'ns l-ifs" j ehlpmentu of current y to national bankfc, and application for I ik i .if1 circulation continue to come in un diminished I'p to thin tim be tween Jfi.ooo.nno nnd 7 one., eon InTr'xH circulation h.i heon hipped to national hanks and each day hipiiioi'ts show an 'mica o over the proceeding day. ( ongresMimn K Optimistic, i Representative Sroll. of K a n : . I disclosed the financial tut nation nn leaving ihc Whito House today and whk op'lmistic as tn the prepent and future. Hi a!d that Kant-Hp wsa prnpper I'ls, h ntllv regre'atile fpittirn he lag tha (' Kansas bankers are tak lng ton nut li eastern paper, and now the- wante...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 7 November 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD ? - DENVER OFFICIALS VISIT I AMARILL! President Frank Trumbull and Distinguished Party of Railroad Men Talk Business With Amarillo Men "Amirlllo hug alwnyg been a pe culiarly fortunate town," raid Mjyor Miller, thU ufiTiioon In culling to order thn moc-tlng of foiiHineHct men In the council room ut tho city build In. At the meeting this Hftornoon, al thouh brief notice h;id btn slvon of the cull In Amarillo. it reprctmn tatlvo attendant of Amarillo IiiihI D"8 mon wcr0 out to meet lth and to talk with thn moat dlmlnfrulHlicd party of Denver offlclala the town na8 over hHd the opportunity for rn tortjlnlns. At tho hfud of the purty l President Frank Tninilmll. of Den. ver and New York. With til m air D. B. Kefler, lco president of tho Kr.rt Worth L iK-mer, V. 1 Kicrloy,. ; r.al freight apent. (J. V. Colter, gen pru) Hiipcrlnlendont, II. A. (laime wltz, HUiicrintendcni of the Children division. Harry ApM. auditor of Hi" Trinity Frn.n Vally, J. II. Hind bury, general r...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 7 November 1907

i-fV n Tim wni-KLY iiiuMLn TROUBLE IS PROBABLE Between Ule Indians and the Government Troops In South Dakota tparlal to Dally ranhnndlo. Omaha, ,h., Nov. t.- Orders havp horn received at. army head' quaiier In Omaha let dispatch, the remaining to qial i oit r of tho Sec ond I nitrrl si r( rfl cavalry, composed ef eitht companies lo Thunder Butte, P p.. a!. tho earliest possible moment. The i omnia nil left at once for Fort Pes Moines. Company .M .Sixteenth ravalry, under command of Captain lUrry S. Halton, left Fort Crook for (Ice veiling, s. ! . to take charge of t h 1 1,1 so (if fiipplies which has bron italilihcd thern for the operations i-it.mist i ho I'te Indian,) should they jii.i,'' any 1 ion hlrso m iivim t u res. ('imiiiic'I Crank West of the Second i,i,ilr will be placed In command of IV expedition on arrival at Thunder Hu'te. M.ijiji' Sibley and Hip first : il'iadroii of lour companies nf I ho Prmnd ravalry arc now at Thnndor Unite. rnnne Wc-t in an old-lime Irdim f chirr...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 7 November 1907

HH f fill '' THE WHKKLY HERALD, I THE WE ntKALD I'ii'jIMh-iI wsi-ijy on Thuinda. II Cltf Pull; Street, Amarlllo, Toxn jij v. k. im)i:hk.n. Knloied at the roiitofrico at Amur llle. Texas, as gecond cUsr. mall mut ter. IWirUl Organ of t ily of Amuilllo aiid I'otlrr ( on my ADVIiltTISINO IIATK.S. Display Hue per ltuti pat h insertion. Local 10o per Inch each Insertion, SUBSCRIPTION' 11.00 PER YKAIt. Thi Herald will ceas coming to you when your lime expire unions we are authored to continue It. fcbould any subscriber fail to rc rolvo Th Herald regularly, please rtvlne us at onto Ly (urd or tele phone. Any errora reflecting upon the character, stundlng or rcpuluMon o.' any person, firm or roriiorutlor hl h may appear In tho columns of The Herald will bo gladly corroded ipon tH being brnnuht lo the at tention of (he publishers. THURSDAY, NOV. 7, ujoj DOS T TALK ll.M TIMKH. Good time depend not only upon the treat law of uupply and demind, but upon the maintenance of public confidence, Kra...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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