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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 16 October 1906

TWICE-A-WUBK miKALL) OClOUbR 16 19o0. STEAfISS . COLLIDE Rials ICS? Bearings In toy F3J SistfSBj In ffca;i- OIIE MAN. WAS XiLI.ED Cm Is UMcj in j is TtasM tea 13 15 DnMu c2)r Belly C21351I Bat Other ;t;jjfj Joursry. Albany. N. V. Of t. 13. In what ij ract'cally a hen! on collision on the Hudson rlvi r t 1:15 thli more- Inf between hentiinicri Adiron- dack of the reoples' line and the Sar- atoga of the'Cltlona' lino oao man it Is behoved loot bla life end about 500 passengera had a thrilling ex pcrlonce and both atcameri were dumagod to tho extent of thousands of dollars. Tho "Saratoga being prac tlcally put out of commission. The missing man la George L. Horton freight clerk on tho Adirondack. Tho colllson occurred near Tlvoll about jilnoty-nlno mlls from New York on tho narrowest part of tho river while both boats were fooling their way through tho dense fog which settled on the river jnst beforo 1 o'clock. Tho Saratoga bound south from Troy with about 200 passengera and a heary co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 16 October 1906

THE TWICH-A-WEEK HERALD OCTOBER 16 1906 nU THE r'ublih TWICE AAVEEK LD waBBgagn h-.i rh TnoHdHy M imic FAc ninrp AFVh Sfllftm TARIFK iimo I Llld I ll Lll flllf OVIIUVL IMULLIU My i ):. rior:sp in tor Union-! 10 i'wiffjininr- T-x;i.s un bt. oiid thu Orrirlnl Organ of C(y mid rold i' ( in ADVKJITISIXO If: TliMfilny 1'- per Inch c.iH"i"t ln Lorn In. fo per llim t.nHor1 !ou CliihMllod . .. wot InROr- I i" ii. !ie lu i- word cauc-Dt Insertion. M'DSCRIPTION' 1. not YKAU. Tliu lleiHld will ..'liilnK to "ii sNlionwyour iliiio'1'4 unless we nr.- minimized ri .in' It. Should iiuv Miliser'11" 11 r( eer Tim ilnld lrf'y I'lensc ikIvIko lis fit OIIC0 ln' phono Any errors reflec upon l-hnrueler. Mnndliitf jpnliillon of anv peihon finn corporation which m.-iv nppenr H miliums of Tho )l(ni will Im'ly oncted upon lis bring ytt o ttl l- ntlon f ii pidi. Tl'KSDA Y Odr' l0'''. DKMOrn.lTCKET. . v For Gfor- ' V. M. C.np!e Palestine. For I.loiitci)i.t''ovrnor' A. n. David. J t'uero. . ' For Attorn (rneral ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 16 October 1906

1 - . . . i . . J - . VV"f '""'I i( J I' .-.-- . r w - . . .. IME TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD OCTOBER 16 1906 JOTTINGS .I501T TOWX. " ' Htinw. j itrv. Mull Dead. Rev. o Methodist 'TnlrvJMcr well l:uon j throughout the Panhandle died JaHl nltht at tho Mason llouso Kov. Iial) ban had (hams of t ic church' ul Stratford recently l.ut l:m boon In precarious hcnlth for Mveral months Hta wife died about two months no lit Ellda N. M. nd lnco that time ' ho bai seadlly fulled. Ills body wui h!rpt(l tlil morning to ISIlda whur bl children live. J. V. G. Out. -Mini Lena Track entertained tho J. U. 0. club yester- day afternoon at tho homo of her sis tor Mri. C. I. Heoder on Jackson trf. A number of niests were present and with tho member Jolwd In progressive forty-two. Cut flow- era In profusion formed tho decoru- tloni. Tho hostess served rcfreh- ' wonts of fried oysters wafcra. cof- ' fee and fruit. t Tleran Clul). Yesterday afternoon 'tho Tlerlan dub continued their study of Richard III. at tho hom...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 16 October 1906

r t r rw rvt mW"' 7 w l rili TWlCK-A-WtiKK riHRAlAJ. UUIUtJKK 10 ivuo . . ri:nsox.L mention'. ( ! IWDAY. 0. T. Touihs of Clayton X. M. was in town yr-ste relay. Mr. nnd Mrs. Uohert Jiull returncil to Hereford 1 1 j I m morning II. F. 1 1 ii mo went to Canyon tlila morula;; m busiiifss. Has Wiham arrived jesterdny from u trip to K ..tnsss C'liy. W D. l'leo wan over from Alan- reed yesterday Mr. MiAYlioter. n Mi'Hh i;lns tiu- luess inilll H in tou 11 today j Artlmr K. I.e"s of Clarendon y. as in town yesterday. County Clerk Ttate of llaiiflall county in over from Canyon today. C II. noiTpy iiinl II. ('. Wan; of Il:ilii!ow are lit tin Ainatlllo Uiuinett Cardwil. the' Hereford iiuTi'ijiini was in town yesterday ft. W. Harris and . A. Allen were over fro niC'iinyoii jesteniay. u Mr. nndtrs. It. II. Mcdonnelli of rlalnvlow.r were In town yesterday. Mrs. Willio Chapman of Ennls Tolas S( stopping at tho Elnihlrst J. V. JJriU A turnnd this morning from luiKl'ft'ss trip to St. Louis Chli-ng" ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 16 October 1906

k ".. v . v . .. i .... v . ...- i I ' i'fmv'o''' " (V' . i ? i . V. ( Tmtz&R&s c At Sir I' tl;. I l iiiL 1 K.AELE rAREBR ' 'VOPABOHN MILLIONAIRE 1 . A a m mMimp WILLIAM HANDOLPH HEARST AND HIS FAMILY. IT now (K-vrrnl yriim ulnro VII- II. mi liiitnloliili Jlonihl Ihiuo- riallc ciiiiiJIiMtn for (ho kv- rnor!il of Now York biviiiim Arnrrlra forf most tminplon of p'llt- !"lty. NolwIllinltimlliiB Ih.it fact Iit Is inolMlily ii nilipr Aniiiilciiti f 'inal prinnlmiiic wiih It co IKIln .ll'l5l iri:onally. Ho Ihih no vim1 ilo- IM"I from riir-i't Iiik llm liiya of liln ccnolnil Intf iiMn lilij;lit CK-tln' tli'c ilo- n;s of hlrt' followH hut hn Iihk lic-n Mwnrllnff lii Oio Hluulow mil lii.lilrn or :hi hiKliiff lint c( iliM0il liy llio inoro ln- ilrtont riull.iili'ii that lio Iiuh fnotiHod n thn nthfi'H If la not lllioly Unit Sir. Hcnwt Iuih Jli!tlvli n nlr of niyMtciy older to Htlniulute lmlillo lntorHt In him tut It Iihh Hoomeil not Infrciiuontly us If (hat woro proclMPly what ho was...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 16 October 1906

m'w' fr"- J- u1 TUB TWICE-A-WEUK HHRALD OCTOBER 16 !9o6 mm ' 1 a r? r tn b I ? f It i Willi Pcrssf C3ii33sl5.i Biasd Flowing lliroi'jh His Ysins Kail Is -Dark ef Stla OSTBECISED BY BLACKS WJ.ii Hall and His Family cf Mculgcj Is Without a Hace-ResortsS to. Court gor Right Id School. Okmulgee !. r.. Oct. 13. Snub- tied by wlil. os o.-lim i (; by blacks Wesley Hall a farmer residing near this placo is without a race. (With tho purest of Caucasia: hlooil lowing throtifh his u Ins Jlall Is as dark of skin us many full Mood ru- Erwf. anil this 'cuHariiy tdiarod by Jill hitrfamily nnd lolathe:-:. has vt.ri rl."0 to a long (r:.in of l'iiatfon In which l!n i . 1 1 : t . of many rltilo.? have loon for- in do. Mi; bet .vein bimu vhlto. Hall's contention that In- a Caucasian nan always been s u:s- nod. When Hall nnd his family flrr) amo to tins section from Howell entity Missouri they wore looked i)on as negroes ns a matter o iiuirM. mrenuoijs denials nor. on v added to the prejudice of flu; wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 16 October 1906

. ;. .::'.v.v.'.-vl .- y . . THfi TWICn-AAVI;I;K HERALD OCTOMiR 16 Iq06. 8 OFFICERS ARE BUSY ID .Boy Today A LONG - REWARD LIST CHIzens-of Amarlllo ire -Anxious to Bring the - Perpstrators lo Punishment Other Clues May-Prove to te Correct (From Friday's Emily Panhandle) .no myatcrr of tho Identity of the dond boy at tho Enklo niorguo which wan thought to havo been solved has proven a-still morn baffling ono thin mornlDn. A message wan received from Sheriff J. W. Cochran of Chil- dren at 8 o'clock this morning Mat- ing that ho I" Vprmm yesterday-. -end aw Luther Johnson olive. Th.tR fact makes work moro compli- cated than ever os the two or three days that have passed slneo tho boy km Identified us tho Childress boy and no other cluu ' was considered kcrloudy HOIHO'lll'VPlt .lollllHOII Dcupllo the.iclegraiu'that was rt- rclvcd by Mayor Miller from Mr. Cochran Homo-people continue- to be- lieve tho boy Luther Johnson. With mi tho circumstance-connected with tho ldrntlfltatlon taken to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 23 October 1906

V "Mir - Tlh WIG VOL. XXI. AMARILLO. TEXAS IUU5DAY OCTOBER 23 1906 NO. 85 ea-Week rr tt yi t Herald 1 1 NOTED PEONAGE CASE TOPIC OF INTEREST. Federal Court Begins Inestiga- !lon ol Charges Against Sevan Prominent Hen THE CRIME OF MURDER Negroes and While Men Will Testify as Id Alleged Slavery Cruelly and Brutality Meted Out to Laborers. Knoxville Tonn. Oct. 22. At the i .session of federal court on- toiUy for tho Investigation of tho p.-oiiHRO charges inado against h".i'i well known men In connection with Hi" Maryvlllo railroad contrac- tor.;' camp will bcsln lir.U' h hundred negrocH and Koveral white inrn eui- jiloyod at the ramp will testify as to the alli'R?d nlavrry cruelty and bru- tallty moled out to the helpless la- borers of thu const ruction jianu. Sen- national rovclatlona of untold hor- ror Involving even tho crime of murder are expected from tlio hear- ing. Tho Mack witnesses havo been carefully guarded by the government authorities to prevent any attempt to !nliniid.il'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 23 October 1906

... u.a vvtttiMrrKttt. . TWICE-A-WECK HERALD OCTOBER 23 19o6. 01 TlCLIl MIOOT STRAIGHT Wll Jack TurvU Who Jlealated Arrest Fhoenlx Arli. Oct. 1. -Jack Purvis U dead nnd Harry Wilbur of Station and Percy Vincent of Olobo. are both deportely wound ed at th reult of a shooting acrapa on too Gila Valley Globo & North pro railroad at a station eighteen mllea from Globe. Wednesday even in. Purvis was accused of atcallug iomt muloa and the Sheriff at tempting to arrest blw whea IXirrU begun aboollug. More Troublo for D Forest Denver Col. Oct. Th DeFor est Wlrelesa Tclgrapfc company oi which Leo De Forest who recently sued bis young wife for divorce the vice president. Is defendant la U suit filed here by llin Mabel Duy for 15.000 damages. Miss day alleges that ber reputation bas been damag- ud to that extent through tlio failure tt tho corporation to carry out con tracts which aho was empowered to make for It. la hen ptltlon tho plaintiff do flirts that be was sent to various title In ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 23 October 1906

THB TWFCn-A.WEEK HERALD OCTOBER'23. 1906 THE IWICCA-WEEK HERALD :'Mi'llhJ fm li Tuimtay and Friday Tiy 1'. K. r.OKSKX 'i:it'(1 nt (ho I'oKtofflcu ut Amnr- . Tiwui" ih M'cond clam iimll ni at- Oijmii of City of Amarlllo mhiI I'dKi r County AHVIiUTJSINO ItATKfl: mI.i.'. l.'ic t.or Inch cucli Insertion i . r.c ix'i- 11 nt) null limortlon I i. .. 1c ior won! 1 1 vst Inser '"ii. nor word ouch HUbscaucnt '". I .I'll. KII'TIO.N' $1.00 N!U TEAK Herald will roiiito comliiK to v ''( 'i 1 1 ii r t ! mo expires miiIis : " ;ii!li(ivl.cd to continue It. 'mid mi v subscriber full lo re . Tli" Herald lPKlllurly pleiiHO J M I I o Hit nl once by raid or trie I llOUC Anv errors reflecting upon the character btundliis or reputation of jnv ixtkoii. firm or corporation which may appear la tlio columns of Tlio Kcinl.l will bo Kladly corrected ilium Iik hclnir brouullt to tho Bt- (ni inn of tho publishers Tl'KSDAY OCT. 23 1 300. !!;.MO('KATIC ticket. i For Governor T. M. Campbell of Palestine. ' For Lieute...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 23 October 1906

V THE TWICB-A-WEEK HERALD OCTOBER 23 I906 i ' jottings about towx. FRIDAY. Denver Ilooinlng Houe. Torame Brother of Childress are beglnnlug tho erection of a two story frame house on Buchanan street between tho Denver d Rock Inland tracks J. E. Hutt proprietor of tho Denver eating Loiiho I having tho building erected ud will rom-rvo tho bonne for use of tho eating houso employes. Tho bulldin will contain twelve rooms und will bo well furnished. Wmt Near M'oodward. The nouthbound pawenger truln on the Santa Fo yesterday crashed Into the rear end of an extra train north of Weownrd ycHterday morning. Tho extra composed of three or four cars was not flying any lull HkIiU und tho regular ran into It before tho clea- rer eotihl toi) bis train. Tho rear car on tho extra was seriously dam aged but beyond severe hnilsci no passenger received uny Injury Farmer' McrlluR nt Waco. In n personal letter Professor W 1). Iientley of tho experiment work in Texas gives a statement of tho Im portance o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 23 October 1906

THE TWICX-VVHCK ItGRALD OCTOBER 23. igofi 5 fr-t' 'l' . ' 1-His.iNu MuvncN II1II.V. J T. Iei.r lit Wenthn fori) O. T. Is III to. II today. (). T liii'W ( dl' SMvi rton wart In Im. 11 j 1" in day. .1. A. Tm ' 11 vv :m do A 11 f l'(Hi) Pal- lia 1 ; v I'i'iiy. );. I' Inn ic I n v sn-vd.iv fti.li a Vi.tdi .j.i.ir.i 01 '..: 2 . . ' 1 1 . . 1 : . ' . ' '..1.1I1 . ; -l t(i.V I'l'illl la-. I'i.hl. . Imlii mi l.i '-. 1 1 ili i. to 1 mi! ! al. .ml tin- 1 1. 1 1 1' I'M iiaini li mi 111! II. T. !i i' i-M' I i'ii lin r of Hi oMc" ;ve Km. if- n lo'ir tin li fl. in- road i-i I. kim; time on'j V. M. Wnrl "(H 1 .11 lii.-r of Hi-' j '' '" l-v- ; Mm." :ii;ni 'i.n 1 I i li I :.:' a vi 1 iY". 'iv ICI'i : .1 f : 1 1 1 I I 1 n of lor hi l..- !.!; '.iiii;liir. ii! li" a il . I" I !.!. i'!''T .""j 111!: all . a. a 'i. i '. .i .. j V e ('. 'I. Ti ' 'in ' ' -'oil a ml I) I? ' K li'oi I I . . I . ' ' ' 1 1 1' I ' ? T . 1 1 ' 1 e N 1 ' M-:cl.ts ' I' I'" . n'a until!; A:i. -.. v.i. a (.11 ' :ii I.- I.il i 'a n h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 23 October 1906

THE TWIC--A-Vni-K"MnRALD OCTOtJnR 2.11906 ON CUBAN Gily of Havana Seems to Thursday's HurricaneMarines Are Re- porled Safe Hundreds Homeless. STEALERS Tobacco Plant Crop Washed Replanling Mayor cf Batabano Issues Appeal tor Aid for Hie Destitute Reports Come In. Slowly Havana Oct. 20. Rcporta of the damage dona by the atorui In (ho In tcrlor of the Inland continue to come dowly. Tho extent of tho du tunic to tho tobacco crop In Hie province of rinnr Del Rio la not fully known hut It l believed a great deal of ttbacco was planted I at this year on erouut of tho continued ralnB honco t.n plants are not yet sprouted and many ftd bed are waited out ne ctsmltatlnn replanting .which .will re tard tho crop. Tho atorm I reported aovore In Vuclti 'Abajn district of Tlnar Del Wo. Tho principal storm outside of Havana is reported at BuUbuno .where seven men were drowned. Tho Amor lean gtcumers Campbell and Sara are wrecked many houses do- ktroyod and two hundred persons are rendered homeless. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 23 October 1906

1 H I Mi J fr . 'fit Y y" :y j Hz y J 1 ... I - y 'ir- ' ' GENERAL ALT JANORG PODRI- GUEZ who commanded lbs guar- din rur.il under tlio Palma ad- ministration. htr b'.-on ol (irer.t r.crvic) to the Americans cli.rin j the.r v.oik cl pr'.iiica'.ion. H: w. cno of tiv flirt patriot who in UJj iiritrd wit'i Ci-n -e-al f.i.. .iitio Gomes in his tffc t t. drive the Si.!niih from tin I'.lai'J. When the republic be.jnn for itueif he vi-as n u'.t fi t mayor i.i H.- v.'na. Ci'nrr.il Hojr nurt ha: .-d .-ill the experience vnh c c ! i . j . th.i- ho wants. Hn w.le v.v. i v i . 4i t f ten lici seditions heaped u;un iho i nv.iii .: n' native Cubsn: by tho i -.iariioni Weyler. Sho -s oi-.-cJ ;.ivl th ... n into a felon's ceil and ichji ;; t-j tno inoit cruel treatment by lltu viiv.ictive Spanish c jrittianc''jr. s. vrwv v ssv !:?i.Nss. sty- m"SSfh. v'v :-" vZrs. v ik $ mw m& ma; v xew aar v -I' J ROCGRT BACON who wnrt to Cu- bl with Secretary Talt wb.lo tie V.13 in ch.iryt of t ho flats ci o p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 23 October 1906

i j 1 . '.. .... ; r 8 THR TWICE-A-WEGK HERALD OCTOBER 23 1 006. BODY I0EIJTIFIE0 AS EARL DOCKRAY BODY BURIED AT 5:00 O'CLOCK FRIDAY Father Of Murdered Young Man Arrfrep Thursday Evening And Immediately Went To EaKIs Morgue Where He Viewed The Remains Of His Sen Bot Wrote Utter From Hereford October Fourth Saying He Was Coming Home (From Trfylay'i Pally ranhondhO At lat 1ha tnyiteryof 'too ldontlty of the murdered boy fcaa been cleared away arul la the home of the boy'e undo ou FUmoro street lt the-heart broken fether of a-uon who was "a good hoy a hard working faithful nn and he wai coming homo to IMO." Silas Dockray In response to a mohnajo and lottcr from hla brother W. II. Dorkray of this city arrived ou tho Hock Inland train yesterday evening from Ashervlllo O. T He vent at once with hl brother to the nioieiiQ and eaw the body. The Identification by Iho picture and let t'i had been correct and the father could only look upon the cruelly maimed faro and Mll form of the on for wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 26 October 1906

1 w ) ' v ' 7rtf ir ? r n VOL. XXI. AMARILLO TEXAS PKIDAY OCTOBER 26 NO. 8ft 1 Herald. N SPOUTING AN OCIAL C BOLES. Gay Capitol City Inaugurates Two important Events To-. day-Many to Participate GRAND STEEPLE CHASE First of the Kind to Be Held on American Soil Meets With Praise From Army Officials-Expert Riders W 'u.-ulnjjton Oct. 23. Two t tn -portant. events of tlio kjioii inn and social drill's of tiio rni'llal city wore inaugurated today -tho nnnii.il full yolf tournament or the Chevy chase liljliOHt standing' In - i ho society and financial and c onitnorclnl drcles of the south ii ml I'UKt. itn.i:o.i timi: IlllOXL Supreme lii'liilr Court at Austin Derision AllHlill till. -''. 'I'll'' .sllpl'ilUO coin i ycguirdny rendered tho ! i- slon thai. Solar and not standard or railroad time must pnvi'iu Icm! pro- ceeding. Tin' case Involved a valuable I: ml of laiul. Tin Jury ln oi!;- lit. In ;l i- diet three minutes pa t tnidiiitht a' -1 cording td standard time or fifvi-m minutes before...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 26 October 1906

1 ' TWlCb-A-WkiEK HtikALD OCTOBER 26 !9o6. PAUL BIT 1 . AUTil SESSION Promises to Be the Most Important in History of British LegislationMany Bills Will Likely Be Introduced at This Meeting. A BATTLE AGAINST TITLES Labor Leaders Determined to Effect the Abolition and Utter Annihilation of the House ct Lcrds House ot Com- ' mens Chafes Under the Role of the Nobles London Oct. 23. It is Ukoly that the autumn session of parliament which opened today will bo tho most Important In tho history of DrltlBh lobulation. Not only are many Im- portant bills up for consideration but this sestdon will probably mark tho beginning of a determined fight by tho labor I'.-ndors t oeffeet the ab- olition and utter annihilation of the Jiouho of lords and all hereditary fovcruniont. For yearn tho members of tho houso of commons have fret- ted and chaffed under tho rule of tho nobles whowi nolo aim In recent years has been tho obstruction of useful legislation. Tho revorenco which obtains among tho averag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 26 October 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD OCTOBER 26 1906 THE TWICE.A.WCEK HERALD I'lihti-hcd mrh Tuesday and Friday fly 1'. i: HOKdKN l'niciT(j ut the I'oKtoftlco at Amur- Texas iifl hocond tliiHw in i) It mat- urfiilul Orun if City of Amarillo nnd 1'otter County ADVKRTISINO RATIOS: Dli-play l&c. per Inch onch inncit Ion I o.hIh &o per lino onch luwrtlon 'Will d lc per word first lnxor- i Jon. 'io por word each Huboquont i t fon. II MSCRIPTION' $1.00 VV.n YEA It. Tim Herald will opiipii romlnK to 'i. wln.ii your t i mo rxplroa unless Jin- authorized to coutluuo It. Should nnv Htilmcrlber full to ro- Tim li-ruld n-Riilnrly plcaao ic'-n 115 tu omo by curd or tel.- nluiiu". Viv errors rcf lectin;; upon the . i.HMi-nr htundliix or reputation ol ..ny pen-on. firm or corporation whirh uiiiv upM'ur In tho I'liliimnii "f Th H.-i.iid will hi' Kindly corrected upitn Its being brought to tho Hi-it'inli-ri of tho publiiduTH. Kit I PAY OCT. 26 100G. DK.MOCKATIO TICKET. For fiovernor T. M. CmnplHdl of rlc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 26 October 1906

THH TWIcn-AAVnnK HERALD 'OCTOBER 26 1906 JCTTIXCS ABOUT xowx. .) . TIT.HDAY. t Cltr Officer EurDCbt Hugh .. appointed yesterday to a pUro . the cltf police force Hughes Is i lU felhw not ofrnld of troublo 1 It tluroughly ablo to mako re- 1 dory rong-doeri "como along." Unit this addition tbo city forco can rover the town mora thoroughly than vtr bifoto. Mr. Ward Pu-hlgns. W. II. Ward who went with tho Pnnhandlo exhibit car nan boon forced to ronlsn on nc- count of ii pnrblKtont fiU whldi threatened to to Into ponumouU. Mr. Humphrey will remain with tho car which la now on Ua return trip and will have sola rhtirgo unless tho anso- elation selects sonicono today to as- sist him. The car has hud a rue- coBRful trip In spite of many dif ficultly and bns been th means ( demonstrating the poHblbllltles of t ho Pantiaudle to many visitors. The Pnnhandlo Exhibit association hold call mooting of Ha members In Am mtIHo yesterday but ns yet no sue conbor to Mr. Ward has been elcctod With Heref...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 26 October 1906

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