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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 23 April 1908

THn WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 23 I90S. 6 ir 1" PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. J. 1IAINNA Di-CI Of Ey Ear Not nd Throat cuiiti riitd. fcoeu 7 sod 8. Biv Ins Building N.J WADE. Attaratyat-Law Practice in Slate and Feleial Courts flutaneMof non reMdruts tiven p" ' coal attention. 6. W. Phone 180. ' aa A SUCCESS? Yesl the New Oelser Steam Plow Is a aucccs In every Particular. I hose who have seen It say "no more disc plowing" It Is at work five mile east of Amarlllo better go and see It II Interested or write '. N. A. GRAY marlllo Texas Registered Hereford Cattle FOR SALE Three Bulls and Ten head of She Stuff. For Prices write V. V. Reid Mobcctie. Texas SACHSES IVEY LAND CATTLE AND INSURANCE AGENTS Verja Townsite Co. G. A. SACIISK J. X. IVKY Prompt Service When you notify us by tol- ephons or otherwise to call for vour packaje we don't say "All Right" and then wait for two days before we come for it. We call the -same (Jay within a few mirMts If you are In a hurry and we deliver the laundered' clo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 23 April 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 16 I9O8. CATTLEU IN THE GENERAL ROUNDUP L. B. Watkins Talks Cow and Shows That "Old Makes Much of "Yip. yl. yip! Watty old 'boy." When Gcoig Slaughter of Ron well as tho last order of business this morning stepped to the front of . the stage In the Deandl and told tho crowd which completely filled tho bit auditorium that the roundup was now ready to begin and h B. Wat' kins better known as "Watty" was ready to start out as roundup bona 1o pen "Ole Brlndle" the chorus of yips and whlstlCB which broke out with pood hearty range spirit from all over tho house sounded next to a roundup outfit riding; away from the chuck wagon to the "work." And Hon. 1. R. Watklna "the statesman from the Blue" his pant stuck In a brand new pair of tall cowboy boots and with his hands stuck Insldo tho cartridge-filled leather belt around hls"alpt looked a real live round up bOSH. Have to Have the Conw. "It affords mo almost all tho real pleasure that can come to a man to bo bona of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 23 April 1908

'i fa 1 1 n TUB WEEKLY HERALD. APRIL 0 1903. tpfp f 'y Hi at m'wi full ft lMm iKf'i 'i VEGA IS STANDING ON ITS OWN MERITS. COME AND INVESTIGATE IT'S POSSIBILITIES OR WRITE SMCHSE & IVY For Information Also Agents for Land Cattle and Insurance. VEGA In the Nkino of tho SW of Texas and County of 1'ottcr: To H persons owning or having or claiming any Interest In the follow lux described lund delinquent to I Up stale. oi Texaa and County of Potter lor turn to-wlt: Lot No. tt tn lilock ."So. IG of the Glldden t Sanborn addition to Amarlllo; said lot lining a jiart of Mellon No. -Hit Certifl- flitt No. 694 Block No. 2 aur- veyed for Adams Beaty & Moulton It uattd in Potter County Texas which land la delinquent for taxes for tho following amount. $3.30 for State taxes and $6. 85 for County tax- r for the year 1892 and 1 K ft K and you are hereby notified that ault hail heen brought by the Stiilo of Texan for the rolleetlon of Raid taxes In tho District Court of aald Totler County t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 30 April 1908

.itwpp "V "a V 7T Tl H 7 tl 11 TUT Toe Weekly Her VOL. XXlll. AMARILLO. TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 30 1908 NO. 18 aid EMERGENCY CURRENCY TO BE PROVIDED FOR New Currency Measure to Be Introduced by Vree- ' land of New York Has Many Good Features and Will Receive Ample Support Atkoailed FrtM. Washington. D- C April :'!). An- other currency measure which will have the support of the Republican membership in the house bat been drafted after th conference of lead- ers and may bo introduced today. It was framed by Vreeland of New York. Tbe new hill eliminate prac- tically the hond-jerured circulation authorized by the Aldrich bill and In Vrreland'a fln.t bill. This on does not mention bonds at all. ln a nay It authorizes emergency currency. It provides for the formation of clear- ing house associations with capital. Izatloos of $5000000 each aa oris- inally proposed. It fixes the amount of emergency circulation to be Is- sued at $7.'.0 0000000 to be taxed at the rate of l per cent the first mon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 30 April 1908

THE WHEKLY HERALD APRIL 30 1908. MELL H MURED T! After Discarding Votes on Technicalities The Decision on Convention Place is for the Valley Town (From Friday'! Dally.) 60 sure of the good tlrue which she had prepared for the cattlemen and their frlund next year and ao re- luctant to let the prospective guests miss this hospitality was Roswell that her delegation refuned to take the vote as the tollers announced It at first yesterday nnd after a care- ful verification of every ballot wbch took until late yesterday afternoon tho offlcen announced that the votes which remulned showed a majority of six In favor of the valley town. Ho the Panhandle goea to Roswell in 1909. ItouMTll Wouldn't Lose Whether or not the big and busy delegation which boosted for Roswell during the three day of the conven- tion would have ever returned to Roswell without the convention la uncertain 'but the preemption la that If the vote had been kept In fa- vor of Amarlllo the valley boosters would bava just s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 30 April 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 30 1908. DAIRY COWS FORJPLAINS Prof Moser Urges Securing Dairy Demoastration Farm lor Panhandle (From iLurdo h D.illy. I I want to talk proplo heir Into going aflr a lalry demonstra- tion farm somrthirR 1 1 k oura down al Iirnlnnn" ad Id rof. I'. O. Moan1 tins morning ln biiltnjj of liU work .it Dfnlhfin. Mr. Moarr w hero nt h Farmers' (Mjritph and iok Saln W'iMimhd.iy on "Dairying for : thu I'll n hand Moth hiIiIitsm-s ttoro of tho iiai'al kind ihat nwko turn think lnitilKHs and liotli his talks here have dread y 'uioiihpcI def- . Inile lntcroct In practical dairy and ereantery work. Mr. Monor l In haine of tlic rum at Donlson which Is the only one' of Its Vlnd In the tun i) try and the lemilta which that farm has accoiiDllshed In two years ' have been mirpilsInK "W hen e phnhllxhed tho farm at Tirnison." paid Sr. Moxrr In nhowlni; he Increased 'interest In dairying "the rrpamery at Itenl.ion waa mak- ing about flf.y pounds of butter a ilny. It couldn't net ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 30 April 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 30. 1908. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursdays t 616 l'ollc StreU Amiirlllo Texas. nr r. e. roeken. Entered at the Postoffic at Amar- lllo Texas second cluts mall mat- 'Official Organ of City of Amarlllo and Potter County ADVERTISING! BATE3. Display :0c per Inch each Insertion. Locals 10c per Inch each Insertion. a inscription u.oo per year. The Hcriild will cense coming to you when your time expires unlss we nre authorized to continue it. Should any iibucrtber fall to re- ceive The Herald regularly plonse advice us at onto by card or telephone. Any errors retlectlr.g upon the character standing or roputitlon of any person firm or corpnratlor. which niuy upar In the colii'dns of Tho Hemld will bo gladly corrected upon lis being brought te. the at- tention of the publlehers. THURSDAY APRIL 30 1908 orated prove conclusively that our welcome wa appreciated and ac- knowledged accordingly. Amarlllo didn't "put on any dog" outside of trying to make tho m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 30 April 1908

V ' f ' THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 30 90. i - i f V f -r V "V . ' I"- ' f r - - - ' J y ..... i. - . . .. ... . j .- r . a .1 " OLD BltlNDLE GLORIFIED L B Watklos Delivers Amus- Address at Cattlemen's Convention The speech of L. Ti. Watklns of Dumas delivered beforo the Cattle- men's convention Wednesday morn- ing liiHt ou the subject ' of "Old Brlndle" Is hero reproduced verba- tim at tho request ot many who Itrard It. ' HlHtory tolU tin that an old blblral character gave up all t the striped kind of hi herd to his son. The boy jroncelvod the Idea to pool tho sticks fend stripe tho ponta at the watering Ifroughs that tho greater part of tho Bnrrense mlirht bu "tine streaked and 1 1 f trlped." Tho success of this effort jV do not know but this we do now that In the '70'a tho most of tho Texas cattle worn brlndle yel- lows browns and reds. But that syas In tho days before great Improve- ments bad set in the old time row Iman had a more Improved way of Imaklng the streaks and the stripes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 30 April 1908

6 THE WEEKLY HERALD. APRIL 30 1908. JUDGE WILLIAM POINDEXTER DEFENDS BAILEY Cleburne. Tjh. April It. (Spa- Is!.1 Judge William polndexler at- torucy for the state In the icglsla- live investigation of Senator Dalley last year tonlijht delivered the fol- lowing eloquent defense of tbo scua- tor: . Ladies srid Gentlemen: One of the tenets of tt religion of my fath- er who lived and died In this coun- try. wn to tell tho truth end to pay I.Ih debts and this ho constantly en- joined upon his children. In my struggles to heed hi admonitions I grew to manhood In the belief that no man could he honorable and re- fuse to pay bis Just debt whn he who ble to do a". .Though my path ban fen rugged at times 1 have never knowingly violated the In- junction or repudiated the admon- ition and my early training and be lief ha ripened JoU the conviction hat tho highest evidence of man'a Integrity I innnlfent by hie dlspo sltlou tu p.v bis debt and to speak M;e truth; . ; - ' ; In the memorable campai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 30 April 1908

TMR WEEKLY HERALD APRIL I98. A I I 1 z V PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J J. IIANNA Disease! of Eye Ear. Not nd Throat Glaaaea Fitted. Room i 7 ami 3. Hivins Huildlug N. J. WADE Attorneyat-Law Krolda Bldtf.rt. WrHTu Practice in State ami Federal Courts DunintM of non-residents Riven per- coal atleution. S. V. Phone iSo. A SUCCESS ? Yes! the New (jelser Steam 'low is a success In every 'articular. 'I hose who have ten it say no more disc lowing.' It Is at work five iilles cast of Amarillo better go and see it if Interested or write N. A. GRAY Amarillo Texas Registered Hereford Cattle FOR SALE Three Dull.s and Ten head of She Stuff. For Trices write F. ?. Reiil Mobectie Texas SACHSE S IVEY LAND CATTLE AND INSURANCE CEMTS Vega Townslte Co. C. A. SACHSE J. N. IVEY Prompt Service When you notify us by tel- ephone or otherwise to call for your package we don't say "All Right" and then wait for two days before we come for it. We call tho same day within a few minutes if you are in a hurry and we d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 30 April 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD. APRIL 9 1908. 8 IS COME OR WRITE SMCHSE & VEGA In Ihe Name of the StAt of Texaa Mid County of Potter: To all persons owning or havlnn or lalming any Interest in the following doscrlbed land delinquent to the atalo or Texas and County of Potter for Uvea tcvw'U: Lot No. ti in Block No. 26. of tho Glidden & Sanborn addition lo Amarillo; aald lots 'being a part of Section So. IBS Certifi- cate No. G4. Block No. eur- eyed for Adams Deaty & Moulton Hituated in Potter County Texas which land la delinquent for laxea for the following amounts. $3.30 for State taxes and $ft.8." for County tax- es for tho years 1892 and 1898 nnd you are hereby notified that milt has been brought by tho Stato of Texaa for tho collection of said taxes in the District Court of aald Potter County tho petition being tiled In Had suit on the 7th day of April 190$. in rauso No. RK. styled the State of Texas vs. W. H. Naua- baum and Unknown Owners. And you aro commanded to ap- pear and d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 7 May 1908

The Weekly raid VOL. XXIII. AMARILLO TEXAS 'THURSDAY HAY 7. 1908 NO. 19 CLARENDON CORNER STONE LAID Masonic Rites Performed for Most Influential in The dty of ClarnHdon was decked! throughout ycateiday with tho adopted colors of bar college olive drew a and pure white and their combination a to bo mot with at every tun of the- road on every available space wherever ono would turn hla-gaxe ollvo green and whito ytt to lie encountered. And tho occasion tho laying of tho founda- tion atone of her new college was M noteworthy one from evory view point the whole township and sur- rounding country being Interested. A& elaborate program was pre- pared and assiduously followed. Out of town visitors were met at tho depot with calm carriages In fact vehicles of all descriptions and escorted to tho Uttlo red collego on the bill a college whoso location Is well In keeping with her Ideas and ethics whose whole ton Is elevating. The new college to take the plare of this old structure will be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 7 May 1908

EDUCATON IN TEXAS Dallas Conference Will Forward Practical Movement for Belter Schools Superintendent Focter of the city chools has received programs and letters from educators 'In various part of. the atate in tn Interest of the Conference (or Education in Texai which will be held In Dallas on Mar 8 9 and 10. Horns Idea of the Intent and Importance of this conference may be fathered from the statement of Trof. F. M. Brallcy of AiiHlln general agont for the con- ference in Texas who nays; "The Dallas meeting is to be a Ceneral 'Educational Ilally' for the whole state and It la hoped that a large number of teacbera and citl- gens will attend. It will be a formal canning of a state.wide campaign for otter educational facilities for the children of this etato and especially for the adoption of the pending con- itltutlonnl amendment relating to public free schools. To Develop Country School. Although Texas has had one of the largest school funds of any atate In the union her actual scho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 7 May 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD MAY 7 I0O8. 1 BULL FIELD STORIES Peculisr Incidents Not Covered by the Rules. PUZZLES FOR THE UMPIRE. Treadway'l Fowl Hit That Struck Fair but Wat Dtclsrtd Foul When Tommy Tuckor 8w Snakti A Batted Ball That Navar Came Eaok. Baseball rulfH nil supposed to rover very possible emergency that may arise during t game yet a iln.in tlim weik In snnto nook or corner of the world ihere arise n situation over vliWi there nr certain to be hi i tor disputes and which the uniptrf alone an ay Judge Rven hi the bis leagues tro-so things xr-ur.i One did nn the dM Extern yark grounds at Urnoklyu In a gnmo between 1'h'ladelpliiH nnt the Perain- tulntor The dorlkioii of the umpire was up- held by President Nick Young al- though It Is open to dispute. It' happened tlmt III Km seventh In- ping with Iimi men on tiHKi-H Tifinl- way lilt a hue drive down the left 71k 111)''. Tlli bull beyond doubt was :olng foul for It whs curving towurd 4be foul din. rapidly. Cuffncy who wa umpiring tin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 7 May 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD MAY 7 1 90S. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursday at 111 rolk Streot Amarlllo Teiu. Br r. E. lTOESEN. Entered at tba Poitofflca at Amar- lllo Texas aa tecond cluna mull mat tr. Official Organ of City ft Amarlllo and Potter Count f ADVERTISING RATES. Dliplay 20o per Inch each Iniartloo. Jxcala 10c per inch each inaertioa. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER YEAR. Tba Herald will ceaia coming to yon when your tluia expire uulesi we art authorized to continue It. t'hould any subscriber full to re- ceive Tho Herald regularly pluase advise ui at oora by card or tele- phone. Any error reflecting upon the character atandlog or reputation of any person firm or corporatlor which may appear In tha cclii'fln of Tba Herald will be gladly corrected upon Us being brought te tba at- tention of the publishers. THURSDAY MAY 7 . 1908 LIKE THIS I.KICCH. In e?ery community . there are some who like the leech are merely "hapger 011"; who gt all they can out of the work and effort of other...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 7 May 1908

THU WEEKLY HERALD MAY 7 I0O8. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. J. IIANNA Disease of Eym Ear Not and Throat Glasses Fitted. Rooms 7 Mild 8. Uivina Building N. J. WADE Attoraeyat-Law Rernlda Bids' rt. Worth Ts. . Practice in State ami Federal Court iliuinrM of non-rrsiilruts Riven per- rnal attention. S. W. Phone 180. A SUCCESS ? Yes! the New tielser 5 tea in How is a success hi every Particular. Those 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 Tbree Brills and Ten head of She Stuff. For Trices write V P. Reid Mobeetie Texas SACHSE $ IVEY LAND CATTLE AND INSURANCE GENTS Vega Townsite Co. G. A. SACHSE J. N IVKY 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 same day within a few minutes if you a-e in a hurry and wr vcr ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 7 May 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD. MAY 7 1008. 6 OKLAHOMA IN AMARILL0 A Norther and a Warm Wei- come Are Part cl de- ception Here Perhaps to make the Oklahoma boomer enjoy nil the mom the warm wiIcodio which AmailMu has for them. Panhandle weather Ih turn- ing out a norther loiUy of the kind (hut makes real estate men exordso 10 It nicest (he sit of explanation. Dut burrlnn weuihor the Oklahoma Cily tide boosters who will get buck tu the- city at o o'clock this after- noon Hi) get anything they want la Aniai'illo. An .11lo ltld I'll!. Secretary Lim D. Maris of lb Chamber of Commerce ami his as. kd.ilant dralted enough autos Into vrvlco this morning to rarry all the visitors and alt them machines with citizens who will drive them will bo waiting at the htatlon when the tru!n comes ln off the Pecos Valley. From that time on (or tho next hour and a half tun Oklahoma men will view Amarlllo and the tnuntry round breathe the Panhan- Jlo nlr as It whistles past them tn .hu touting ears and he thankful f t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 7 May 1908

THIi WEEKLY HERALD MAY 7 1908. 7 OKLAHOMA TO THE FORE City Invaded by a Horde of Oklahomans Who Make Merry Within Our Gates (From Wednesday's Dally.) "Wound ii i lu go and going all tho time hundred live and breezy busi- ness men of Oklahoma City jollied Joll!fltU with and enjoyed Amarlllo anil Amaiillo 'business yesterday evening and last night from 5 o'clorlc till midnight. Fresh from their trip up tho l'l'ioa Valley from Clovla yesterday and filled with a warmth of enthusiasm whlen kept nil of them cheerful In spite of the norther and of tbp fact that most of them had overcoats -In Oklahoma City the visitors met their entertainers here with a zest that made visitors and entertainers old acquaintances at once. Their Fourth Auto Hide When thn long special train of tho Oklahoma boosters with the forward car resplendent In appropriately lettered posters drew In back of lh evening train on the Pecos Val- ley and stopped In the "Y" waiting for the regular to ro out Amarlllo men In tour...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 7 May 1908

0 THE WEEKLY HERALD MAY 7. 1908. REGULAR STOCKJRAIN Sanla Fa Will Handle Finished Cattle to Reach Morning ' (Fiem Thurtdy'B Dally.) 14 recognition of the Increasing ifuporUneo f rattle finishing In the rnhndlf the Santa Fo will thin summer and fall according to Wil- liam Tron Aderon livestock agent lor the pecoa Valley IIdm extend Us echedulftd stock train arrvlce through the Tanbandle. "With the completion of reconduction on the main line the company la able to put on a scheduled Htock train that will make the time given on the time card and mall uhlppors ran figure according- ly in planning to get their offering on tho Kansas City or St. Jon mar- ket. Mr. J. I. Conway general llve- atoek agent for the Santa Ko syntem in writing to the Uveatoek agent here ya of the new train aervlce; Asia Shippers' Co-operation. "Our operating department has Is- sued a new time card April 12 lengthening out the time of our trains that handle stock Into Kansas City and St. Joe and making their sched...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 14 May 1908

1 11 'ni'" ' 1 ( : ! The Weekly TU lerald. I .1 NO. 20 AMARILLO. TEXAS THURSDAY HAY H. 1008 VOL. XXIII. If; ;' ..A V TEN THOUSAND LIVES ARE LOSTIN CHINA Tidal Wave Brings Death and Destruction One of the Worst Disasters in China's History Assoc'ated Pres. Seattle Wash.. May 13.-New of one of the greatest disasters China has ever Known a sudden tidal wave broking In tho Yang To Klang. whlrh Involved ilio Iocs of nearly 10.000 live Ht HanKOW wait brought by the steamer Titan. which aniwd last night. The. wave bore twenty- alx feet hiph flnndd without warn- ing down the river on whlrh floated thousands of junks tampans and nmall boats wrecking some largo river Mennicrs. Some 3.000 Chi- nese tdeoplng In sampans and small raft mat sheds and lulls hy the river ldo at Hankow were envel SLUICING DEBRIS FOR EVIDENCE Asioclated Presa. La Porte. My 13. VoWa sluic- ing of the powdered debris taken from tb collar of the ruined Guin- ness farm hcra results In startling discoveries today tho produ...

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