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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 19 March 1908

Till; WEEKLY HERALD, MARCH 19, 1903, Rapid changes of temperature are hard on the toughest constitution. The conductor passing from the heated inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature of the platform the canvasser spending an hour or so in & heated building and then walking against a biting wind know the difficulty of avoiding cold. 3 colt s L,muiJion strengthens the A body so that it can better withstand the . . a A danger of cold from changes of temperature. 2 It will help you to avoid taking cold. jj ALL DRUCOISTSl CltOWl) WAS i:TlllSI.STIC. Maay Attended Flrdt Game at Hasp ball Park. A good-natured and enthusiastic crowd camo alive to baseuiill yester day ln the game at tho park between a picked team under tho leadership of Mlko Hollander and a team from the Pecos Valley offices. Neither ag Srrgatlou was ln exhibition trim but loth hides entered Into the contest with plenty of go aud the gaiuo had Interest ull the way through. Hol lander's bunch had eight runs and the ...

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. — 19 March 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, MARCH lo, 1908. IT PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR.J.J. IIANNA, DiwSkfJ of Ey, Ear. Nov and Throat, CUihi rittvd. Room 1 7 and 8. IHvius Building ,N, J. WADE. AtUTBtX-AULftW, Practice in State and Federal Court.i, BuMneM of non-residents Riven per enal attention. 8. W. Phone 180. A SUCCESS ? Veal the New Ueiser 5 team Plow is a success In every Particular. I hose who have seen It say, "no more disc plowing." It is at work five miles east of Amarlllo better go and see it if interested or write N. A. GRAY Amarlllo, Texas Registered Hereford Cattle FOR SALE Three Bulls and Ten head of She Stuff. Tor Prices write 1 V, Rcid, Mol)ectic, Texas SACHSE $ IVEY LAND, CATTLE AND INSURANCE AGENTS Vega Townslte Co. G. A. SACHSE J. N. IVliY Prompt Service When you notify us by tel ephone or otherwise to call for your packs we don't say "All Right." and then wait for two days before we come far it. We call the same day within a few minutes if you are in a hurry and we deliver the laundered...

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. — 19 March 1908

in isj V1 THE WEEKLY HERALD, MARCH Iq, 1908. SEEKS HIS LOST FATHER E. R. Touplfer, Goldfield Miner Tells Marvelous Siory of o:d Panhand d ( From Wednesday'sli-iiiy.) "It was right In the corner of a toctlon where they uiado tlio grave. I'vo loct tho number f t ho section now iiinl everything about It but I remember tho place J tint us well us if 1t was yesterday mid I 'bdlevo 1 could drive HtralKht to it now. It wn Heven miles south of where Ainu rllli) Is but there wasn't u house or unythliig else. In nlfl't then." I'nt her Wiih rtittlemuii. That he whh born twenty-six years iign MXith of tho present site of A mu rines, that his mother died when hp und hi twin brother were but five or hIx years old, mid that her body wus buried lu a lono gruve on the. prairie seven miles hoiiHi of tho city us it Is now, urn parts of tho re niarkable account given by a sub stantial looking young fellow this morning at tho eounty courthouse. K. H. Toupffer Is the name of this applicant for Informatio...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 19 March 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD. MARCH 1 9. 1905. CUE THE INQUEST Hansen Brooded Over Quarrel and Took Awful End lor i! (from Thursday' Dally.) A petty quarrel, pitifully trivial la comparison wl'h It consequences, between two old people lead up, It seems, to the awfu! uct of Peter Hansen, the old man who was found yeterday rooming with his bead blown off from the explosion of a tick of dynamite which lio had bonzht for the purpose and had touched off himself. Verdict I Kulclde. After carefully investigating all the circumstance of Hi death, Jus tiro Holmau took up today the In quest and heard the evldeuco. His finding in accordance with ton evi dence submitted and the accounts of the varloua members of tho family U that the old man came to bin death a the result of an explosion fanned by Mb own hands. Between Hansen w1 Wife. The difficulty seems to have been almost wholly between llanaou and hie wife. With the married son and daulthtcr who live with their fami lies here and the widowed daughter ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 26 March 1908

The n i !.y Herald. 1 1 V V Vby V VOL. XXIII. SPECIAL MESSAGE OF PRES. TO CONGRESS Impresses Upon Congress the Need of Combination Laws Which Will Protect Stock Holders ot Minor Importance Ai.fcoclated Vreti. WutdnngUm. 1). C, Manu 2'. r'clk'ing In a .-anopsia of llni upedal message .scut lo congress today by President Roosevelt: "I rail II r altoiilio,, to rrrlaill measures H to which I think there hliniild 'ii1 action py congress before the rl(ih ol t tin present hi .-: Ion. Child labor should he prohibited throtigh out the nation. I renew in y recom mendation for Immediate le-onact-nirnt of the employers liability law to f onforni to ii recent dcision ol tho supreme rourl. Jn addition to tho liability law pi ol en In;; employes nf common carriers tho i; ei niii'iit .-lioiild show Rood faith by enacting n fiirt tier law giving compensation lo lis own employes for injury or death incurred In its nun Ire. "I also urge action along ilir lino of recommendations I have already made rou...

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. — 26 March 1908

V THE WEEKLY HERALD, MARCH 26, 1908. MAM Kansas Sheriff Who Was Shot Saturday Had Relatives In Panhandle (From Friday's Dally.) - Sheriff Bud McCrackeo, of Barber county, Kansas, who wan shot and fatally wounded Saturday, at Kiowa, , Kan., by a boot-legger named Clark, was tho uncle of Mrs. T. A, Babb, or this city. Two -brothers of the murdered man are old settlers la the panhandle uud are well-to-do ranchmen near Alanreed. From a long account In tho Wichita Eaglo. of the Killing and of the character of the two men, the following Is taken: Went to CIhiVh House. The shooting occurred at Clark'a Tiouse. which Is .ocated at the edge ot Kiowa, a short distance from the .Santa Fo depot. Sheriff McCrackcn. .iu company with City Marshall Bun- ' ton went down to the house to arrest Clark. When they were within a ahort distance of the building Clark 'aw them and ran Into an outbuild- ' lug. shutting the door after lilm and rastonlng It. When the sheriff at- ' tempted to break idown the door...

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. — 26 March 1908

TUG WEEKLY HERALD. MARCH lo, I0O8. jji r PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J.. I. IIAINNA, -lJi?c.i!cs of Eye, Ear, Not nd Throat, ; Cluiei Fitted. j Rooms 7 and 8, Nivins Building N. J. WADE, AttrneyatLw, Kornolde Blcltf. ". WortH.Toaw fjactice in State ami Federal Courts, flusineM. of non-irkidriiW jjiven r rnal attention, b. V. Phone 180. A SUCCESS ? Ye! the New jei.ser 5tenm Plow Is a success in every Particular, those who have seen it say, "no more disc plowing." It is at work five mile east of Amarillo better so and .ec it if interested or rite N. A. GRAY Amarillo, Texas Registered Hereford Cattle FOR SALE Three Bulls ami Ten head of t?lu Stuff. I;or Prices write F. P. Rcid, Mobectic, Texas SACHSE $ 1VEY LAND, CATTLE AND INSURANCE AGENTS Vega Townsite Co. G. A. SACHSK J; X. IVKV Prompt Service When you notify us by tel ephone or otherwise to call for vour package, we don't say "All Right." and then wait for two days before we come for it. We call the 6ame day within a- few minutes if you...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 26 March 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD MARCH 26, 1908. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursday! tt 616 I'olk Street, Amarlllo, Texa. 1 By P. E. HOE8K.V. Entered t the Poitof(tr at Amir lllo, Texa, a second cliuo mull mat ter. Official Organ of City ' Amarlllo mid I"otter Count ADVERTISING RATK3. Display 20o per incn ecb, insertion Local 10c per inch each Insertion fiLBSCRIPTIOy 11.00 PER YEAR. The Herald will cease coming to lou.wbon your tlma expire uolcai wo are authorized to continue It. Should any aubncrlber fait to re ceive The llorald regularly, pUns advls us at once by card or tele- Phone. Any error reflecting upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear la the colamni of Ice Herald will bo gladly corrected upon ita being brought to the at tcotlon of the publisher. THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1908 It la now assured hey on d a doubt that thla will bo a beautiful spring, It may be, aa claimed, that the tonsclousnes of duty performed glWs ui music at ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 26 March 1908

TIIH WEEKLY HERALD, MARCH 76, I9O8. SILVERTOH HAS $50,000 r Citizens Subscribe Bonus Ask ": cl by Promoters ol New Railroad Sllvcrton, Texas. March 24. The peoplo of Sllvcrtou and surroundlug country mot In mass mewing at the courthouse at 2 o'cloc Saturday afternoon to hoar (he report o tho com 111 It tee that had been appointed to solicit subscriptions for tho rall road bonus, as asked of tlia people by Major Kugomi C. Gordon. When tho commltteo reported It wag neon thnt It lacked about H.GOU. Tula was the last day allowed for raising the acount and Ha the people saw that they would have to lucreaae their subscriptions, they got uuthu- .il.mllc and tho aiiioiint whs subserl'b- 'd In a very few minutes. To Secure Koad. ,. iiip n iii.ciih uuw iiuvu xnn re , quired amount of jr.0,000 duly sub- scribed and only lack the arranging . ' of a few minor points,. such as secur ing Borne town lots and n few acres of land adjacent to meet the require ments of Major Gordon and his na soclates,...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 26 March 1908

77 THE WEEKLY HERALD, 'MARCH 26, 1908. 6 ? Girlhood and Scoffs Emulsion are V linked together. The girl ho" take Scoffs Emut' sion hat plenty of rich, red blood; he u plump, active and energetic. The reason is that at a period when a girl diction it weak, Scoffs Emu I J ion provides hef with powerful nourishment in easily digested form. i t It is a food that builds and keeps up a girl's strength. ' ALL DRUCCISTSl BOo. AND $1.00. I FROM OLD KENTUCKY Extensive Program lor Blue Grass State Keeling To morrow Hlght. MESS FOR TEXAS INDUSTRIES PANHANDLE LOOKS GOOD t Colorado Sugar Beet Farmer Sees Money In Beets for H Plains Farmers (From Saturday' Dully.) "If this isn't a sugar boot country 7 nvir in uae." declared J. S Dunn',' yesterday durlnj a call at the Dally Psnhandle office. Mr. Dunu Is organizer for tlio at ate of Colorado ami for ouio othor acw territory lor tho Farmers' Union of America and ho is now making Amurlllo his headquarters la work through tlio Panhandle. Besides being ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 26 March 1908

! THE WEEKLY HERALD, MARCH lo, I9O8. 1ST STREET JAM Brick for Beginning of Polk Street Improvement are Being Laid (From Fridays Dally.) This afternoon Seigneur & Gross will 1)pgln laying brick for the first real pavement ever put down In Amarlllo. Brick for the pavement was ordered several weeks ago from the Yoke corupuny at Cofl'eyvlllo, Kan., and the concrete foundation has been ready for tho brick for nearly a month. Xow the contractors will lay and tamp down a two-Inch layer of fine sand on tills foundation, and will then lay brick edgewise on tho Band. After the 'brick have been arranged In this way, Hand will be swept Into the lntersieea and then the whole Btirfaco will bo rolled down with the big Bteam roller so that the brick w ill Bet Into the sand mattress und pre sent a smooth surface on top. I.ald In thin way the brick from any part of the pavement can be easily re moved for making repairs or for laying gas or other pipe under the etrcet. $1.80 Ter Square Van!. .In t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 26 March 1908

' VT V-lT"l-'i w3 0 THE WEEKLY HERALD. MARCH 26, I90S. ILLINOIS FOR "UNCLE JOE" Convenlicn Tomorrow will Throw Big Delegation Solidly For Cannon Pprlngfleld. 1!!., March 23. Illi nois Is to be placed ou tho golden platter metaphorically vpcnUng, and prem-nted to 'Undo Joe" Cannon to morrow, with the bout wishes of this Republican poUltra! managers, from irnvornnr rirvu n tn Ilia ward leaden. Tomorrow's Republican slate conven tion, whbh will li called to order here at 10 o'clock, will doubtless go oft without a hitch. All Hi" rhlnery U well oiled and apparently In the brut of working order. Governor Deneen, Senator Hop Vlns and Cullom and Mayor Husse of Chicago, have been decided on as the ones to bo honored i delegates at larro, and thorn In not likely to n much opposition to thin program. The convention will bo composed of 1,582 delegates. Many of these nr rived In Springfield today. Rome) Taft 8ynpathl,ei. Friends of Secretary Taft. while, admitting that Cannon men will con trol ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 2 April 1908

The Weekly LJI . 11 Jl VOL. XXIII. FREE SPEECH AND FREE PRESS UPHELD New York Metlioidst Episcopal Conference in Session Throws Out Charges Against Chancellor Day A.", or .n'r.I I'lry. .New y'lirk. Vpul ! rh;n:;'- pn- 1 r i r t -iSaill.,1 t." It . lit cllor I'.ty "f S r;1 ' u. o Cnivri'Miy l,v I!rv. .i-ni S'' i'i '. i.f Brandon. Vi.. were i n. i mil (if i iiiii i 1 Bishop I a v i 1 1 Mmn' mi tin' t i 1 1 i II uc tif tin1 1 1f 1 h Si ...Mi'ii "T tlii Now York Methodist Ki..i iijiit I (oiilrroiii c lni;iy. Uisliop MooiT In ril.-mi.ivin; Hi.' liaises s.i il In- regarded i In1 complaint MINERS QUIT WORK OVER COUNTRY Anatiated Fie.-n. Columbus, , April I According In accurate reports received here to day from all Ohio mining districts. rii il'iMisand workmen of "II Kinds in ih- nun'"; air Hl Unlay as Hie re sult of tlie. derision of the mine offl-rial.-, of tlif Central DiMrict lo t-t op work licciu.-o ihry hay operators d'vline their wape agreement. A: !) la: I'll Press. Indianapolis,, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 2 April 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, AP2IL2, 1008. PAlAlLE CUTOFF J COMES TO TOWN Shrieking Whistles Celebrate Completion of Last Link in Santa Fe Trans-Continental at 1 111 5 Today Owing to tlio rollicking March gale out of tbo southwest today, there may bars teen a few people In some parts of Amarlllo today who did not know that omethlng historical took place at 11:43 thin morning. But when the steam alrrn at the wa ter plant tore loon a discordant febrlelc at that minute followed and followed by more of the aaiuo kind and all the laundry whistles,, shop, roundhoue and locomotive whistled look up tbo refrain and auto horns nd pipes helped the noire and hun dreds of people guessed that the greatest fire that Amarlllo ever had r something of unusual Importance was taking place. People ran for tbe pen places and climbed to the roofs )o see things happen. Then at fast a It could be circulated, people told one another that the last spike in the Panhandle cut-off bud been driven end that the last link In...

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. — 2 April 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, APRIL 2, IqOS. TEXAS MAN'S BODY IDENTIFIED ((IMI'M'TKH ORGANIZATION. I" Austin Man Killed in Running Fight at Biloxi -Identified by Wife of Six Months the j llilV M is cltV Nclated Press. ibli Ala, Mar. 31.- The niys- t'Aurrounding 'he ninn w,o ho, iipiiili in a rutinltiir fight wit li op at Riloxl, Mi., tit Tbura lit was solved lust night by III!- Kiddle', reMdins- In this li appeared al I In- police statloiiul said she lielieved It was her bland Her description sent GRtFITHS THE 1ABE DEVIL Blindfolld He Drives Strange 1 Team a a Run Oyer Eight Elocks to lliloxl thin morning verified hr statement. Mrs. Riddle says her husband is .1. I!. Kiddle or Dallas, Texas, police department. His mother and tester reside la Memphis, .'tirs, Riddle says she married Kiddle, at Austin six month ago. Sho will go to lti loxi to have his body interred. Kiddle whs a follower of carnival .shows. Tioin ,'l iesday's Dally.)1 Olll 1 1 I a t.e, . First, after aldp, crowd In front of tie ...

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. — 2 April 1908

. . . . v f t tajff " t t."" THE Wl;!:KLY HERALD, APRIL 2, I9O8. 1 THE WEEKLY HERALD Published woUy on Thursdays t 618 k Street, Amartlto, Teius. u p. e. iioi:sex. Entered at tbe Poatofflra at Amur lllo, Texas, eeeond class mail mut ter. OrMM Organ of City of Ainarillo nl 1'otirr t'ouuty ADVERTISING HATES. Display 20c per Inob. each Insertion. Local! 10c per Inch each Insertion. 6UDSCRIPTI0M $1.00 TER YEAR. Tbe Herald will reaxe coming to you when your time explros unless we are authorized to continue U. Should any subscriber fall to re ceive The Herald regularly. plrfnne ad vine us at once by card or tele phone. Any errors reflecting upon the character, atandlng or reputation of any person, firm or corporator, which may appear In the columns of The Herald will be gladly corrected upon Us bnlng brought to the at tention of the publishers. THURSDAY, APRIL s, 1908 The New York postofflce Is la fo oelpts of a letter addressed to Sir Abraham Lincoln. Another Rip Van Winkle awakens. Tbe ...

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. — 2 April 1908

vr THE WEEKLY HERALD. APRIL 2, 1908. n mfrfr nr gram our llMHflEJrLallBLHI U U HUL BROWN PAYS PENALTY Electrocution Wss Most Successful Ever ContolEil in Auburn Prison Death Came During First Contact of Electric Current i Associated Press. J Auburn, N. Y Mar. 30. Unmoved and without showing t ho faintest leu ot any kind, Chester Gillette was put to di'nlh today lu 1 1 1 Auburn prison. The Hit! locution win the most Hiici'i'Hsf ill that pvit took place in tin' local prl.ton. Hut ono contact was i'oju Irod to carry the mandates of tlio law Into V rf'( i . and when that was over thn murder er af Graco Hrown had paid the pen ulty Ot his dime. Tin1 electrocution was marked t hruuRliout with toler lty. C II lot to declared dead ill. 6:1$ a. in. The current was hold on for olio minute and three seconds and it careful examination of his heart then showed no sign of life. Kov. Henry MK'llravy, who had been with Gillette was so overcome that ho had to li taken from tho room. Wit nesses nsHMii...

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. — 2 April 1908

: V ' ' THE WEEKLY HERALD, APRIL 2, 1908. i:xiia jmji: mimi:nt. . . It Isn't too late to start h cleanup lauipalgn u( yotir own. tiet rid of th rubbltih, Fort "fu Telegram. Dlnpntches say I'll lit e Ihlle Iiun prvuued tho fair Anna Gould t America to press his cult, Hclie ought to Join a iiunatnri n m. Fort Worth Telegram. It li said Dial Mr. W. 1). I low ells, eur famous novelist, w'io In visiting Jtaly, explulncd Amcnan politics to the king In an liour; Mo much of It, klas, In but simply breaking I He clghli commandment. Houston Vch for tlie Oyrosrope. Great In tho gyroscope und myste rious are the wonders It performs. Plant one la tlio mldHt : x railway .train and that vehicle get baljnlna cl boil t the country on o.w mil nml does tho tight-rope "ver dl..y i.hasrun. Start one wt u 'in In an ocean vessel and It becomes steady und respectable; llu dining-room ta ble no longer kirk the chandelier nd fceaslcknesa In only a troubled memory. Many an airship of im i tln habit after taki...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 2 April 1908

r THE WEEKLY HERALD, APRIL 2, I0O8. PROFESSIONAL CARDS UK. J.. I. I IAIN IN A, Dinc. t.icH ill Eye, Ear, Noit and Throat, Glasbos Fitted. Koomi 7 mid :. Jliviii lluilditig N. J. WADE, Attorney-at-Law, Varnolda Itlrirf. f"t. Worth, T. Practice in Stair ami I'cili-r.d Courts, I AusinrM of iiuii-ri'snlriitM K'vcn jirr- tuml utlciiticn, S. V. 1'huiie lio. A 1SUCCES1S? Yes! the New deUcr 5te.im Plow Is a success In every Particular. I hose who have seen It sny, "no more disc plowing." It is t work tivc mile enst ol Ani;irillo better o And see it if interested or writs N. A. GRAY Amarillo, Tcxns Registered Hereford Cattle FOR SALE Three Hulls and Ten !ie:ul of Site Stuff. l or Prices write F. 1 Keiil, MoWx-tic, Texas SACHSE IVEY LAND, CATTLE AND INSURANCE AGENTS Vega Townsite Co. G. A. SACIISIi J. N. IVJiY Prompt Service When you notify us by tel ephone orotherwise to call for vour package, we don't say "All Right," and then wait for two days before we come for it. V.'e call the same day ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 2 April 1908

"1 ( V THE WEEKLY HERALD. APRIL 2, 1908. 8 LOOKING TO AMARILIO Commission Men and Others Take Interest In Cattle raisers Convention , (From Thursdays Dally ) Wishing Amarlllo every micron In Jior effort to entertain t ! crowd." Bays Chcrry-Tildcn compauy of Kuu tas City, ouo of the commUnlon flriua (hlrh has written to Chairman Tom J4. Miller of the committee on deco ration fr tho "mlng convention of the I'anhnndlo t attle lUlsora' asso ciation, and moreover tho firm pins the custoniury cheek for 12' to It letter to pay for an advertising card on one of the big Illuminated rrhr-s which will he erected on the street In honor of the cattlemen and tt friend. I ioin Mauf Center. From every one of tho livestock renters which draw from the Pan handle aro coming ulimlar letters and imllar remittance. Thompnon-Dlnkard-Unimert company. South St. Johepu. If. Thl & Co.. Kansas City, Frank Wltberapoon, Kantian City and ulsewbere, are noine of the firms whose cards, aro bring made. Tarn hljn...

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