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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 9 April 1908

AUTO SERVICE IS POPULAR New Line Has Five Cars In Operation' Between Here and Tucumcarl (From Monday's Dull ) C. U. CarjK'titfr of Tucumearl su- perintendent of the Aniarlllo Auto company. In In tli" city today Id tbe Interest of his compnny. This company Installed n auto livery service between thU city and Tucumearl ubout a week ago and the service la already proving a pop- ular mean of transit between the two point. The distance of ISO miles Ix covered In eight hours cars leaving Tiiciinw arl . about S . o'clock In the morning arrive In Amarlllo In 1 1 in o to make connections with the 5 o'clock Denver train. The company has now -five car in service and employ a corps of expert men In all departments. A half way house at Endee provides a ga ItiHt emergencies of any sort. The route Included tbe towns of Vega Ontario Kndco San Jon and Tlevuclto. The fare from one ter- minus to the other U $8 and a pro- portionate faro for Intermediate point. In addition to the regular scheduled earn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 9 April 1908

I f THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL o fo08. .1 tar X LAMBS AT GOODNIGHT Sresdlng Persian Sheep Opens New Field of Profit for Panhandle Farmers Goodnight. TlnH April 4. -C'olo- 81 Cairles codnlaht. founder of the famous ranlh by that name and ear of the ifrsoal herd of Persian larnba In AmjJUa says that within a fw 'trw will bo possible to 'fuel rml'yin the manufacture of line rloakMrom the pureblood lamb iktos. j4 own nearly 2Vl) head Wn.v 'which are fullbloods and kola (hat amons the III differ- eutrlctlfs of weeds frown In this vMt.ry the Persian lamb cat a 100 ..iLJihem. V leury Ruck under the first CIMsnd admlnlairailon. is respon- f albftfor the Introdurtlon of the new khtA s-noken at In the Bible and ao nich admired by the PatrlarchH of Rlllal limes. Prior to his ad- rolnliVatlOn the Peralan lamb and iloakjlndustry belonged to a princi- palis In Persia and their Importa- tion ft other countries was strictly preatted by th rullnit prince who iad j monopoly of the fine cloaka ' madj fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 9 April 1908

' W 'V V rt eJ' f rTVi THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL o lpC5. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursday! t 61C folk Streu. Amarlllo Tcxm Br r. IS. BOK3ICX. Entered at tbe Postofflce at Aroar Mo Texai as second clam mull mat ter. Official Organ of City or Amarlllo and roller iuuf f ADVERTISING! RATES. Diaplay 20o per inch each Insertion Locali I0o per inch each insertion si'bscriptjon ii.oo tkr year. Tti Herald will cease comlog to you when your time expires uulesi we are authorized to continue It. Should any subscriber fall to re ceive Tho Herald regularly ploase aovise ua at ouca by card or tola pnone. Any error! reflecting tipon tba character standing or roputition of any person firm or corooratlor. which may appear lo the columns of me Herald will ba gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the at tention of tho publisher. THURSDAY APRIL 9 1908 TlfK fll'UAK 11FKT KXPKRI.MKXTft OVKR TICXAH. Tho News recently had a good deal to ay In regard to experiment! In this atiito looking to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 9 April 1908

"W THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 9 1908. BE MAYOR Miller Snider Ong Seewald ; McKnigtit and Person for Oilier Places ' (From Wednesday's Dully.) ' Tim vole In yesterday's Flection for city offices us shown by the re- 4 i turns of the election boards 1h as ! follows; For Mayor W.SIdc E.SIdo Tofl Ln D. Marr 287 334 621 J M. Shuu'messy. 122 2H8 330 For Cl'y Attorney M. T. MHW 223 264 487 It E. Ujhderwood . . 1 76 280 450 Tor "Marshal 1 JohnSnider 190 271 4 61 H. ti Hoyl.'H 153 112 317 Il.'p. Foster 12 18 3 5 John J. null 58 60 118 ' ..For Assessor and Collector V. MiOnB 178 273 431 A. C. Covington . . . 163 189 354 W. A. Northen .... 68 80 148 For Secretary gam J. Drown . . .. 405 543 948 For City Recorder J. T. Parks 414 543 954 For City Engineer - II. T. Trigg 410 544 934 For Alderman (thrco elected) I. H. Seewald .... 300 3S8 688 J. S. McKnlght.. .. 2S8 322 610 P. L. Vernon 1 4 4 1 75 31 9 W. L. Thompson ... 133 168 301 .left Kersey 101 196 297 V. n. Patterson ... 98 150 248 U. W. Baker ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 9 April 1908

' THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 9. .908. 0 JIIGII SCHOOL Students Start Movement lor Organization ot Graduates of A. II. S (From Tuesday's Dully.) There Is a movement on foot to organize no alumni amtoclutlon cf the High School. Aniarlllo has many graduates who will never enjoy the pleasures o( other (nntll ut long and to thfun the organization will foe of apo dal pleasure 1 AtliMIc I.'ntliiilni. Mm; It lnterwt In being shown la athletics la the High t School. Th school itplrlt which lias ao much to do with Ihe succok of the school baa Improved a fact due probably to 1 be enthunlasm Inspired by the basket and haneball games. Indian club swinging la enjoyed under dlf ricultU'K. There la not an available spare within thn building lare enough for three prntous to awing rt nbs and ao the work la carried on in a aoniewhat desultory unaatlafac tory manner on the cam pun. The Spanlnh pnplla enjoy the con versational method employed by Miss Whitman In touching the language. Amusing 'blunders some...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 9 April 1908

v V7. V THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 9 I9O8. 3o PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J.J. 1IANINA Disease of Zye Ear Nott and Throat. GUiici Fitted. . Rooms 7 ud 8. Bivlns Building . N. J. WADE Attornty-at-Law n.rmold Bid. Ft Wort H.T. Practice in State anl( Federal Courts JtaMqesa of iion-resitents given per. onl attention. S. V. Phone .So. A SUCCESS ? " Yes! the New (jel.ser Steam Plow Is a success In every ' ' Particular. 'I hose who have seen it say "no more disc ' plowing" It is at work five miles mst of Amarillo better - go anil tee it If interested or write . ' N. A. GRAY Amarillo Texas T ; Registered Hereford Cattle FOR SALE Three Bulls and Ten liead of She Stuff. f For Trices write I P. Reid ' Mobcctic Texas SACHSE $ IVEY LAND 1 CATTLE AND INSURANCE AGENTS Vega Townsite Co. G. .A. SACHSK J. N. IVEY Prompt Service .When you notify us by tel- . jBDhone or otherwise to calL 'fqr vour package we don't say "All rjfifiht." and then wait for. two days before 'we come 'for it. fcVe call the same day ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 9 April 1908

-JL I TfTE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 9 IMS. C.OM1 OR WRITE SMCHSEI& IVY VELGA. la thn Name of (he HUte of Txa mI County o J'oIUtj To all persons owning or having or tJalmin-: h; Interest in the following "escribed land delinquent to the sttte of Texas end County Potter fur taxes to-wltj Lot N. la Bloc k No. 26 of the Glidden tc Sanborn addition tm JLmatlllc; said Jots Heine prt of tSoctloa No. 189. Certlfi- glcstc No 64. Block No. 3 aur- troyed for Adams lioaty ft Moulton edtuated la Potter County Texn -which Hind In delinquent for taxes for tbs following amount f 3.30 for State taxes and $6.85 for County tax- es for tbs years 1893 and 189. and you are hereby notified that milt baa b'M'n brought by the 6tato of Texas for the collection of Mid faxes la the District Court of said Potter County tha petition being filed In ead suit ca the 7tk day ( April. 1908 In causo No. 868 atyled the State of Texas vs. W. II Naut- bautu and Unknown Owners. And you are commanded to ap- pear and defend ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 16 April 1908

W e ek d. i n v NO. 16 AMARILLO TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 16 1908 VOL. XXIII. e ft TDDY IIECOiiiflElip cri Roosevelt Asks for Four Battleships But Chances are Appropriation Will be Made for Only Two Says Senator Hale Associated Press. Washington p. .. April IS. In plte or the President's urgont re- commendation contained lu his spe- mcs&aso fifiit ' to congress yes- terday that four battVships ho pro- tidwd fur in naval appropriation bill. Hint body is not likely to authorize more than 10 this tc.vion. "The naval committee will make provision ln the nasal bill for only to battleships" said Senator Hale chairman of the committee on naval affairs in an interview. "That num- ber Is sufficient and the possibility la that only one will be provided for beforo the bill is finally pa.-sed. There is a strong hentinient at both ends of the rapiloi in favor of only one ship although as I said before appropriation will probably be made for two. but no more." John Sharp Williams "aid more ithau t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 16 April 1908

V THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 16 1908. V J m iir iiTin-niTif mn " ' IL-- y r ! !3 il a JL-J o il spec' m Makes the Biscuit and Cake lighter finer flavored more nutritious i wholesome I) 1 Hade from pure Grape Cream of Tartar No alum No Hmc phosphate ft I Already a rery popular performer here MUi Margotla taut night by her number with her itudenta and the othen and by her ioIob added much to her profemlonal laurela. Singe preaence. training aod Interprets power unite la making her numben that catch and command her audi- enrei and her two aolo aelectloni laRt night the "Fantaala de Ballet" by De Berlot and Aetolay'g "Con- certo" brought appreciative and em- phatlo encoren. t AO C BOO. FOR GRAY Delaware Stale Convention Males Gray who is . Favored by Labor VTashlntTWi. D. C April H.- Judge George Cray'a boom for tha Democratic nomination (or President will be formally launched today by the Delaware state convention. The selection of a delegation pledged to the Delaware Jurist 1. little mor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 16 April 1908

Tlin VVni-KLY linRALD APRIL 16 I9OS. PROFESSIONAL CARDS CONVENTIONS OPEN AT FT WORTH l)K. J. .1. IIANNA -Discatri ol Eye Ear. Now nd Throat . Glutei Fitted Room 7 and 8. Jiivin Building N J. WADE i J Attornejr-auLaw fcno1d. Bldtf.rt.WorH.T. Tiai-tice in State ami Federal Comts fhiMut of ou-restuiu.i gum pir- tial attention. S. W. Phone iSo. r" A SUCCESS ? Ye! the New (iciser Steam Plow is a success In every Particular. I hose whj have seen It say "no more disc plowlnjf." It Is at work five miles east of Amarillo better ro and see it if Interested or write '. N. A. GRAY Amarillo Texas ReEistered Hereford Cattle FOR SALE Three Bulls and Ten head of She Stuff. Kor Trices w rite V. P. Kcid Mobcctic Texas SACHSE IVEY LAND. CATTLE AND INSURANCE AGENTS Vega Townsite Co. ft. A. SACHSK J. N. IVKV Prompt Service Who you notify us by tel- ephone orotherwise to call : for your package we don't lay "All Right." and then wait for two days before we come for it. We call the same day within a few m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 16 April 1908

t ..... -f"-r " TUG WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 16 I9O5. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursday at CI I Polk Street. Aiuarlllo Texae By P. E. KOESE.V. Entered at the Postofflce at Awar- lllo Texas at second tksi mail mat ter. Official Organ of Clfjr of Amarlllo and rotter County ADVERTISING RATK3. Display Oo per Incn each Insertion. Luual 0c per lueh each Insertion. wil'DSCniPTIOM $1.00 PER YEAR. Hi Herald will cease coming to "U whm your time expires uulevs 10 are authorized to continue It. Should any subscriber fall to ro- ''v The Herald regularly pli-ane aJvlH in ftt onto by card or tele- phone. ' Any errors reflectlrg opon the Character standing or rrpuriMoa of any person firm or corporation i which may appear In the col.H'in of j considers tbat the world famed Innaa Orcheatral Band together with a grand rliorua ot 2001) children and over 6n0 adulta hud teen secured. And Profesaor Haddock a profes- sional oratorio conductor hai alao bflt'n secured to drill (be cborua and baa ent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 16 April 1908

V Till5. WMiKLY HERALD APRIL 16 I9O8. FROM GREAT HEIGHTS. 4nsatlon Dsaoribtd by On Who Exprincd It 'crraan MrliTnttat I'rofcaaor Albert wbo fell over a precipice lo tttc but lived to (I'll the till inake f tory a very encouraging account oe will) an Inclination to high aud the like. (all wan only seventy fert yet would be nuim than enough to t a temporato person. Ilia atory II of IntereMtluff dutall. flint ha siemed to hlmaelf to lit g through the air. Ilia fall really 4 hare occupied only a few sec- but hi train of thought was and full of Interesting details. I clearly saw" he aaya "the poli ty of nay fate. I ealil to mysolf rorky wall from which I am dot burled prevents my seeing what at lta bane. The snow in ay be melt- there or there may be none. If ere la any my life may le aaved. herwlae death hi Inevitable 'If I am cnnerlnua on reaching th rth I huve by nio a bnttlo of aro- attca and my alpenstock. 1 will asp It for It may serve roe In good tend.' I thought too of removing my...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 16 April 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD. APRIL 16 I90S. HELD UP SCHOOL BONDS Test Case Attacking School D strict Law Effects Ama- rillo Bond Issue (From Wednesday' Dally.) Pending !(Wlslon by the state eu- pretne roui't of canes which Involve the constlt tonality of tho Independ- ent school'dlstrlct law the attorney irneral Is ioldtng up all requests (or lond Ihsucs by districts in various part of the state and the Issue of 50000 authorized at the election hore six -weeks ago Is among those hlh are being delayed by this lit- gallon. It la aald that this point It Issue will be fettle! wlthln a ahort (lue and that the attorney general's Brpartiieot expanses the utmost con- lldenco that tbe mate will win its tide of the casn and that the Inde- pendent district will be finally estab- lished as constitutional. prospects Aro Favorable Tho case which Is being wade a (et of the law has resulted from the trotCHt of certain property owners i parts of tho state to paying the Ipeclal school tax of the amount au- (ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 16 April 1908

rev THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 9 1905. EEC IS COME OR WRITE SMCESE & IVY For Information Also Agents for Land Cattle and Insurance. VEGA In tho Name of the State of Texas mid County of Potter: ' To all persons owning or having or claiming any Interest In the following described laud delinquent to the istate of Texas and County of Potter for taxes to-wlt: Lot No. 6. In Block No. 26. of the Glkldon & Sanborn addition to Amarillo; said lots 'being a jiart of Section No. IB!) Certlfl- flcate No. 694 Block No. 2 sur- veyed for Adams Beaty & Moulion situated In Potter County Texas which laud la delinquent for taxes ff'vr the following amounts $3.30 for .State taxes and $8.85 for County tax-t-s for the years 1S92 and IS 98. end you are hereby notified that suit has been brought by the State of Texas for the collection of said j part of Section No. 1C9 Cortlfl- taxes in. tho District Court of said : fb'ate No. 694. Block No. 2. sur- potter County tho petition being d lied In sad su...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 16 April 1908

Tr y-f-iim j III r THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 16 1908. IIADLEY IS A VISITOR Atfornsy General o! Missouri on Vacation Looks at Amarillo (From' Saturday' Dally.) Herbert H. Hadley attornoy gen- eral of Missouri who has become a figure of national note through the fearless and energetic performance of the duties of his office Is a dis- tinguished visitor who made a quiet rail in Amarillo today. Mr. Hadley arrived last night from Fort Worth. Judge O. It. Nelson whose daugh- ter and Mrs. Hadlcy were classmates and close friend found tho visitor and through the Judge he met a few other Amarillo men. nut as his mU- sioa to the Southwest now l one for rest and not for business or for dis- tinction he declined any formal round of entertainment. .Mr. Hadley is still a young msn but the sirens of the campaign which he has carried o against malefar- tors in and out of offlro in his etato has told upon him and his doctora threatened hlra with hreak-down unless he immediately called a halt nd took a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 23 April 1908

eklv Herald 4 I VOL. XXIII. AMARILLO TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 23 1908 NO. 17 The We t AIMRILLO GETS NEXT (MEM Roswell Bid High and Missed Decison by Margin oi Nine Votes in Election This Morning By a vote bo clone that the shout- 'lnj blongfc tn Honwell ati'I alter ii (Xinto.il too warm l bo t'oiufnrt-ilili. Anurlllo secured the next loiiwu- tlnn of tin- ranli.'iinllii Caitlo Kais- ers' association t Ii Its morning. The number of .member present In tho hall when the otc was ii was i timpani lively mull hut. each i 1 had niaivhallcd i t own leriain strength w t ho result indicates the i-trcngth of tin' Interested niom Imt.-:. Voting wi by ballot u 11 1 the secre- tary began to receive ballots shortly after 12. Ii was nearly 1 before the tellers finished vorir. Inn ttn ballots Hill anoomiiril Amarillo 7!. Koswell 7". Even then Ko.mvcII believed that their members bn oicil lto.well counted a little mo it ami that per- haps a few Amarillo votes could nut atihfy the-by-Iaws so a recount and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 23 April 1908

" I V -. .'-- T.-V- y'ti A."--; -'" THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 23 1908. HOLD THE KEY r. i Delegates and Visitors to the Hintl) Annual Con- vention of the Panhandle Galtleraisers As- sociation Throng the Cily ' Not a convention day lo H the eight conventions that have proeed ed this ia the history of the Tun handlo Cattla JUIaera' association boasts so perfect a Panhandlo spring day Of the one which crowds of cat tlemcn and their friends are enjoy ln today. In every way the visit ors and their entertainer the cltl- gens of Amarlllo are making the most of U by starting the conven tion with a. spirit that Is counting It the biggest In the memory of the as fcoclatlon. "I want you to understand that this town Is yours." declared Hon. Thomas F. Turner this morning In welcoming the cattlemen and their friends to Amarlllo. "We want you to understand that when you get hero you are at home and we don't want fou to go flirting around In some other town. Wo are a little anxloua bout that because w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 23 April 1908

It" I ! HI ' II KTf4'lll. -V"' 4 I (f I'tvi'x'i'lY 3 1 THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 16 Io08. 1 j estiSed iiere Jlge Weeks Surveys Needs sf Fostoffice nd Oilier Federal Business Here and Pro- nounces SI 00000 not Enough for Bldg. Voi nn li'll liir p"op!i- one thill'; tl I hao fiiiiml out already ." s.t I1 " K. It. Mi1''! of Hi'- I'cdeul Jl ml ami 1 1 1 r i j i ioiiii lor dm Uiei 11 ill: trirl of Texan. tliU nine nl tlif ( o in lioiin' In t-poaK- to hi' Till Amur II H iltt'T 1 h iidloiiniiin iii f billldin- wil a $ 1 Mii.iiitO fcrl- II 1) t make suffl- I'l'i p(HMOII III!' Atliailllo. iill sho(J after your repi'ivciit.itlve Mr. Stephen isn'i it'.' and I ni press iipf'ihlni tin' I .Ht iliai $Iimiimiii la iiOfriiouKli for Ibc linililinn. MaUi1 'it t I .".ll. nun or pei'liaps $Smi.. ""0. Unyihhi- li'Kf-- 1 11.111 that will not niyt the situation licto." Judk Meek Is a Ki'piiblii an in a fi'dcralpotlon. is not riiiinliiK for offlrp indilora not own real rstato in AmM'IUit h'n his wilnntary biik...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 23 April 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 23 1905. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursdays at 616 I'olli B'rtt. Amarlllo Teiaa. By T. E. MIXES. Entered at tb rotofflct at Amar- lllo Texus a second cluso mail mat- ter. Official Organ of City Amarlllo ml Tottrr County ADVK11TISINO RATES. Display 20c per Inch each Insertion. Local 10c per Inch each Insertion. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 TEH YEAR. Tlie Herald v.111 cesse coining tt jou whin your Mum expires unless we are authorised to continue It Should nnv subscriber fall colva The lierald regularly. pUawe art vise us at once by card or tele- j'bouo. Any errors reflectlr.g Upon th . . . ... t Inn of cmracier aiunuina; or iiu.i.v- anv person firm or corporation which may appear In the columns or The Herald will be gladly corrected upon lit being brought to tna at- l.nlli. n t Ih. riili1lnlpm W'lU HIM J....-"- THURSDAY APRIL 33. 9o8 JtlMCIAL DIVOIUK llf.MOIt. Ncl Nelson of lilllyard. Wash. bus been arantod a divorce from Margaret M Nelson because she whist...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 23 April 1908

V V it r " TUB WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 16 I9O8. BITTER R. li. 5 FACILITIES BunkenftlA ChArl I Inn Ufill Ten r diniQiiuic onun uiic iiiii ioy . New Rock Island Extension at Ontario ' I (From Thursday's Dally.) The following from the San An- tonlo Dally Express 1b of Interest to people generally In tho Fanhandlo country and of especial interest to residents of Amarillo and other towns of the new Rock Island ex- tension; V. A. Squires of Henrietta gen- eral manager of the Panhandle Short Line Railroad Company Is In San Antonio In connection with the pro- poned construction work In South- we"st Texas. Contracts will be let (it n early dale it 1 said for thin work. Mr. Squire' espoclal mission here at the present is In connection .with that portion of the road be- tween Uvalde and Crystal City. According to the present plans San Antonio will be Included on the map of the new road. It Is bIko said the road will reach deep water at Rockport. W. G. Ross president of the com- pany T. Cmrablne of...

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