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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 June 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD JUNri 11 190S. than twenty-nine yeara of ago at the time of bin death. A few month ao nla wife after a brief lllueaa died leaving him and three amall children. Ince ihon they have made their with Mr. WatHon'i widowed mother. Now the children by thin gwond untimely death aro left with. out father or mother. Mr. Wat. -on Helm St3nds Trlsl For Of- H many bcre ho deeply uiuuiu uib uemn. CASE IS HARD FOUGHT . . FOR SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT It VI MRS EMMA COCIIKAX PR AD. fense Vhfch May Garry Death Penally '(From Tueday Dally.)' Late yesterday afternoon the court succeeded in completing the Jury for trial of the Helm case and today the court want at once Into the trial able that the remains will be shly- Itenuiliii Will Re Shipped to Mis- alaolppl. (From Thursday'! DHy) Today at the home 1905 Harri son street Mrs. Emmu Cochran dlod after a lingering Illness. It 1m prob- Both the nature of the charge and the character of the evidence reveal ed In the former hearings show the t ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 June 1908

7 j. THE WEEKLY HERALD. JUNE 18. 1908. LAWYER IU'DOlLD . - SLURS TEXAS STATE Sis Low Morals Degeneracy Disregard For Law Makes Just Trial By Law Impossible. i . h. tiii: touch ni:ARi:u. Awwdtttd rrwi I ( New York. Juno 15. With tho 1 statement that ho had consented to act as counsrl for Albert Patrick. convicted of murder of William Marsh nice. William I.. McDonald I attorney has made public Patrick's J complaint mid application to obtain his liberty on h wru ui nnu.nn pus from the federal court. McDon- ald and Patrick wero claw mates at tho University of Texas ratrlek Ih charged with conspiracy to rob lllco of moro thas. $3000000. Ho says In part; "That participating in such con- spiracy In addition to those officially named were and am many persona of wealth and high btallon and of offl. rial. professional social and politi cal Influence and In tho present do- generate dinarchy non-republican arhltrary and current government of said Mate a disrespect for law a )Ih- regard of human...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 June 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD. JUNE 18 1908. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursdays at 618 Polk Stroe-t Araarlllo Teias. B P. E. HOUSE. Entered at tba Postofflce at Amur Illo Texas at second class mall mat- ter. Officio! Organ of City t Amarillo and rotter County ADVERTISING RATES. Display 20c per Inch ech Insertion Local 10c ier Inch each Insertion SUDSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR. TllM ttnrnM wilt mum rnmlnf to ynu when your time expire unless we are autnorlzod to continue it. Should any subscriber fall to re- colve The Herald regularly ploon advise ua at once by card or teli phone. tie Any errora reflecting upon the character standing or reputntlon of any person firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Horuld will be gladly corrected upon lta being brought tt the at tentiou of the publlBhera. THURSDAY JUNK i8 1908 THE MAN AND IU9 JOB. It hag always been our exprlence that there la very little logic In that trite old Buying Do not put off till tomorrow what you can "do t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 June 1908

1 1 t"' "" itri-." THE WnOKLY HERALD JUNE 18 1908. V s f J ! ! ! fPUBLIiilN NAT L CONVENTION Roosevelt's Administration is Glowingly Endorsed ' And Wise Measures Declared to Have Been Adopted by 10th Congress Convention Hall At 12:14 Chairman New napped the ron- it ventlon to order and at 12:2 0 began making his opening re- marks. Associated Press. Chicago June 16. The doors of the convention hall were thrown open at 10:30 o'clock as tbo first visitors delegates and alternates began to filter In. High up In the girders of the- great arching roof a band struck up Amer- ica and the first scene of the 1908 gathering was under way. The- dec- oration scheme of the hall was purely a patriotic one with gracefully draped flags f rcdomlnating. Tho tand kept up playing pntrlotlc airs as the crowd assembled. "Dixie" called out the first applause and "Star Spangled Ranner" brought out a burst of applause nnd cheering. Senators lleyburn and Horah of Idaho and Representative nontelle of Illinois ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 June 1908

TUG DAILY PANHANDLE Who Are tie lost fm r J JO W P i 1 ft 1 i 83 I in The T ex a s P anhandle? laid some (..' i'H. 9 This Important Question Shall be decided by the people of the Panhandle and to the Young La- dies who are adjudged the most Popular The Daily Panhandle Will Give i ' 1 "Ui ' 0 I 1a Vale e -l To the Young: tady voted the most popular the Daily Panhandle will give first choice of the fol lowing gifts: 'r.' I'jli'l'rti: One Crown Piano value $45o.oo One Diamond Ring value 3oo.oo One Lot in Glenwood value 3oo.oo One Lot in Famous Hts. Park value 2oo.oo One Ladies' Gold Watch value . 1 00.00 One Singer Sewing Machine value 60.00 One Scholarship Amarillo Business College yak 5o.oo One " Draughon Practical " " " 5o.oo The next Seven voted the most popular shall have choice of the seven remaining gifts in the order of their standing and to each of the next forty The Daily Panhandle will make a consolation gift of a HANDSOME DINNER ET aaaK w atch; Thf ; Daily ranSi e k J1U Mai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 June 1908

V V THE WEEKLY HERALD JUNE 18 1908. 1HT0R BOiiBABDED WITH 220 "Florida" Epuipped With Specially Constructed Water Tight Bulk Heads Fired at to Test Withstanding Power Associated Fress. Fort Monroe June 13. Today In Hampton roads the monitor Florida fortified with water tlRht hulk-heads specially constructed ud designed to represent actual war condition was tired Into with American whitehead torpedoes. Thi object sought wan to determlno whether this form of bulk-head with which all American warships will prouahly bo provided fn successfully withstand the force of thy explosive contained In h tor- pedo or In default of that whether the effect of the charRo will he to watter destruction far and wide and possibly sink the ship. Tho Florida BUSINESS FOB THE FEDERAL COURT (From Monday's Dally.) By appointment announced this eek C. G. Landls la made Jury com- missioner for the Amarlllo branch ef the federal court. It will bo his luty to prepare tho jury lists for tho (rand and petit Juries...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 June 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD JUNE 18 1908. HEW YORK LETTER FrclI to Dally rannandlt. Every Indication point to rapid raturn to normal business condltloni. Tb cr-subscrlptton to tba rece&t Una of 130000000 of rclflo rail. war bonds and tho rapid manner In which tba 15000000 bond Issuo of tba Union raciric railroad la bolvg absorbed shows that mooay ' alow); rrawllng out of atocklngs Into tbo channels of active trade onca mora. Tba lowering of prlcei by the iteal trust haa two aspects ona a bid for A greater volume of trade and tba other a move to ward off a change la the tariff which I growing strong- r in Republican ranks. Tbo meat situation la a serlout ane. Bteakt are quoted at 30 rents er pound and lamb at 22 rents per pound. To average famtllnsj these prices are prohibitive. The alterna- tive Is a halthlrr vegetable diet to when many are forced. Id the ranhandle the niovius ques- tion la to gt a family on every HO acres. Here In New York Use popu- lation In so dens that the agy la be- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 June 1908

t'j ' i ' f i i r n The kly Her I i i VOL. XXIII. AMARILLO TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 25 1908 NO. 26 Wee SL11CL .i Imp i Mil ffp mm Miiw n bra yte? -- few f CP.OVER CLEVELAND. I From hi laH photograph 220 U. o PRESIDENT Drover Cleveland After Many Years Of Suffering Ends His Illustrious Career Dying Much Honored aud Respected t This Is the mo?sage which It World the news o the passln greatest statesmen; "XKW YOKK. JI NK 21. t AT R:10 THIS MOItMMi AT Trlnrcton N. J. June 21. Grovrr Cleveland former prenldont of tho United Slate died suddenly at his home at W'estland hero at. 8:40 this morning. Death was duo to heart ialluro complicated with other dls- Jeasea. Ills pausing away was not (immediately announced but was de- cayed until an official statement had been prepared by the physicians In attendance. The statement is as fol- lows; "Cleveland has for many years mffered from repeated attacks of gaBtro-lntestlnal origin. Ho also had a long standing dlseasP of tho heart and the kidneys and he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 June 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD JUNE 25 1908. BIG FINES PAID TO II. S Twenfy-Four Firms Admit A ne In Res 01 Trade Associated fresi. New York. Juno 22. Twenty-four companies manufacturing manlla wrapping paper were fined a thou- sand dollars each by Judge Hough In the United States circuit court here today. They pleaded guilty last Friday to maintaining illegal combi- nation in rentralnt of trade. They were member! of the Manila Fiber A uxor U I Ion. Judge Hough said the combina- tion wan a clear violation of the Sherman antl-triiNt law but because of extenuating circumstance he would Impose a fine only. The com- panies arranged to pay the flnea through their counsel. The cane against the companies was Instltut ed through the Instrumentality of the American Newapaper Publishers' Association for which Mr. Morris of tnls city acted or agctt. TRAVELING MEN TO TALK IT OYER Associated TVcss. Milwaukee Wis. June 22 Be- tween 4100 and 6000 membera of the Travelers' Protective Association are attending t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 June 1908

THG WEEKLY HERALD JUNK 25 I0O8. 3 1 ; 3 1 7 MADE Iary Polled 703 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 Agaiiisi nugiies oixiy mr nis Nearest Competitor loclsUd rren. Chicago June 18 SMR p. m. e first regular ballot resulted bb IIowh; Taft .703 LaFollette 25 Cannon til Knraker lli Fairbanks 41) Knnx . 8 Hughe . c:t Hoogevrlt . 3 Tnlal . 373 Tho convention then Iji J jonrnnd! until in o'clock tomorrow morning. t 'orlt'lyou'M diiinccN Diminishing Associated Press. Chiriicn .Tunc 10. To nominate a candidate for" vice prfKidi'iit and go bonio constitutes thf program for tho fourth day of the Kepublb an na- tional cnnvpiitlnn. Kchedub'd lo benln hi 10 o'clock. The rljiy began with n promise of nn early agreement on the candidate for the vitcnnt. pl.ico on thp ticket. Conferences extend- ing f h r Into the night hud made iippiii'onl progretm toward cli'iirliiR up l lie dit uat ton. New York t;ito (urly in thp evening dropped Its waiting attitude and presented to the front of the vice presidency situation with Us ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 June 1908

1 . 1 4 M . S -VIM. 1 . V 'T TUB WEEKLY HERALD. JUNE 25 I90S. THE WEEKLY HERALD . . i ..... Published weekly on Thursdays t fit rolk 8trot Amarlllo Ttitaa. t tor r. c nocHE.v. Entered at the rostofflct at Amar- lllo Texas second clasi mall mat ler. Official Organ of ('Iff 1 Amarlllo and rotter County ADVERTISING RATES. Display 20o per inon each Insertion. Local! JOo per Inch each insertion. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 TER TEAR. The Herald will cease coming to you when your time expires uolexa we are authorized to continue It. Should any subscriber (all to re- ceive The Herald regularly please advise ui at once by card or tele- phone. Any errors reflecting opon the character standing or reputation of ny person firm or corporation which may appear In the colirons of The Herald will he gladly corrected upon Ita being brought to the at- tention of the publisher!. THURSDAY JUNK 25 1908 THi: MAN AMI HIS J Oil. THE OITIM1ST CU U. The newest organization In thla Country and It ahould soon become the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 June 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD JUNE 25 1908. "STATION ID NUMBER 1 Amarillo Posfoffice Expands lo Growing Ds of Iho City (Vmm Friday pally.) . "Station No i." of the Amarillo jiosfofflre Iihh been duly authorized by. tlm department and on July 1 this lairM improvement In local pos- tal service will ho In operation. T. B. Wrather will bo dork in charge and tho station will bo located In hli confectionery Ht 112 Lincoln street less than n squnro south of tho union Station. 11)1 t'onvcnliciice fop Inlllc. The now station will be a money ordtrf and rcglntry offlco and will bo a depot for tho Halo of postal sup- plies. t will not receive mall ex- cept In the regular box of tho car- riers' ronton and It will not for tho prexent Rive out any mall. As It la only u sliort distance from tho ntii- tiou and can he reached by passen- gers from any train whllo the trains stop hero it will Ket a his transient 'biiHincHS ind will materially Increase tho receipts 0f tho local office from that Kouroo alono. It wil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 June 1908

i iilmiiM i ''"-"i I T--r---' .... m inii .n.-.nu .iLt h-i-'-t- ''"'"' ' rw' vi v Tfin DAILY PANHANDLC HiH I : f I . WSto Are the lost Popular Young ladies - ? ! jxj I hi The Texas P anh'an die ? Jl mill Hi i . L?'.iugtg.t7iiw imt iujua-! mi in ii r m it.riiviM'i b." iiiii;ul..j ISr; m . . . u p This Important Question Shall ' g) be decided by the people of the Kj V . V K Panhandle and to the Young La ... W j V j$ dies who are adjudged the most S j $ Popular The Daily Panhandle $ j ; M Will Give ffl ! !v I . - ; KJ f t I iaidsome f resents MgmmtiM v (' I $19 QM O 1 a V a. 1 u ej H K &2 ' To the Young Oidy voted the most popular the m vl m Daily Panhandle will give first choice of the fol- tr1 m lowing gifts: k M One Crown Piano value . . $45o.oo rjj j m One Diamond Ring value . . 3oo.oo Jjj) ! One Lot in Glenwood value . . 3oo.oo w j- S ; One Lot in Famous Hts. Park value2oo.oo ft One Ladies' Gold Wittch value . 1 60.00 i S l if ; One Singer Sewing Machine value 60.00 A V 33 ;i ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 June 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD JUNE 25 1908. FREEZE CASE NOT SETTLED Court Dismisses Trial and Will Adjourn Today Jury rrom Faturday'u Dally.) Shortly bcloro nooa today Judge rowntng heard the report of tho ury that has been out since Tours- 'lay noun on the case of tho State figalnst George Freozo tor murder vmd as tho Jury persisted In It for- yner aeciaration mat an agreement was apparently out ot tho question he ordered iU discharge The caso 111 accordingly go over without aet- emont till the November term of court. Proceedings of tho Jury have been carried on wltu a degree of Becreey greater than even that which us- ually attends tho deliberations of juried but It is understod that tho vote stood ten to two for conviction. As tho two held out stedfastly from th first for acquittal the question of degree of punishment was not so prominently discussed. It is said that the defendant will institute habeas corjuiH proceedings .within a few days In order to secure kis liberty till the next trial....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 June 1908

...I 8 THU WEEKLY HERALD JUNE 25 190S. 1 1 !l I? rv II. S. BOICE WOUNDED Prcmlnent Cattleman Sfabbe By Stranger at River Stock Yards N. II Yesterday (From Tuesday'i Dally.)' News was brought htre today by taveral cattlemen who cams up from the Pecoa valley that lleary 8. Dolce of Chinning manager cf the XIT ranch was dangerously atabbod In an affray near the River atotkyarda Juat out of Koawell yeittrday. Boire according to the report was overieelng the loading of aome of the Block ranch catUe which be baa recently purchased. Along with the men who were working the cat tl at the yard ho noticed an out aider intoxicated to a state of reck last dare-deviltry who waa riding one ef the Block horsaa and who peralated In abusing the borae and Interfering with the work. Mr. Bolce approached the man asked him bla gunlneaa and when he found that the fellow bad almply taken possesion of a horse peremptorily ordered him to get off the norm and got out of the way. The man resented this and afte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 2 July 1908

" 1 J- The Weekly 1 1 ieraio f v t. t VOL. XXIII. AMARILLO TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 2 I90S NO. 27 A f' j VICE PRESIDENTIAL POSSB Working Assiduously Presidential Associated Prim. Denver July 1. The principal event In ronnerilon with Hie furth- coming Democratic ronveniion today was the arrival of Frederick B. Lynch of Minnesota us roprehrnta- tiva In chief of Iho presidential boom of Governor JoliUhon. The an- counceuieut f Lynih's coming caused a renewal of the (llbcu.n.lou of the portabilities of the nomina- tion of Governor Johnson for tho vice prebldency lather than presi- dent which wa conceded on all hands Privately even b' Johnson's support- ers bit nomination for thn f i it. V po- sition Is problematical. Hut hU trtendg are determined to have hi name presented to the convention tor the presidency and mom of them are quite poMtlve he would not ac tept second place even If It wcro tendered hlru. The discussion Of Johnson's chnnro tor vim presidency is not Indulged in seriously by t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 2 July 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD JUNE 25 1908 EXHIBIT FOR PANHANDLE Premium List For Octobe Keeling Will Interest Producers KFrom Friday'! Dally.) ' Coma time in October tbla year on datea that are to lie determined Amar!Uo will hold an exhibit meet in ot two or three days for tho en tire Panhandle. If Amarlllo bad not secured a new alto for a bigger United Statoi experimental farm and a $200000 packing houac not to mention finishing tho aal for Abo MtDta Fo ahops and a acore or to of much lesser enterprises these cxblb' it daya would have been the flrat meeting of tae panhandle Fair. But Amarlllo has done these thlnits so the 50000 Panbandlo Fair Aao elation must wait a year tefcre It la made Into a reality. In the mean tlruo the exhibit days will afford i means for accomplishing much of IJie good which the Fair Association lu- tenda but ou a much more economi cal basis. The only expense of Ira portanre attached to the getting up of exhibit days will bo to provide suitable prize list for offering...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 2 July 1908

IpSE MNCENSUS folasllc Population of Am;- rillo Grew 20 Per Cenl ' In last Year TfVnm Saturday's laily.) One aboiii-and two hundred and nlxty-njiic children of scholastic upo are regents within t h Amarillo In- dependent Hihool District according to tbernsus Just completed by Prof. . M.-'Green. Last ear'ttotal was I.OSljso the year show a gain of 211 or a little over liO per rent. Although the number Included In the scholastic census last year whs 1- 051 tho total enrollment for the jear rah 14 &6. or 405 rhlldrrn nd nearly 0 per cent innro than the census showed. At tho naui0 rate which owing to tho location of Ama- rillo with regard to llio rent of the count.y und to the surrounding- coun- try Ik likely to bo continued thla ycar.Uho total enrollment would rea hi about 1800 next year. As'all th0 patrons of the schools know lh accommodations thin year nave been greatly nver-rrowrtod and have been painfully Inadequate In other respects. Since the failure of th Independent school ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 2 July 1908

1 J'" 'V '1 " v. THE WEEKLY HERALD JULY 2 1903. If THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursday t 616 1'olk Street Aruarillo Texi. B P. E. IJOE8KX. Entered at the Postofflce t Amar- lllo Texan lecond cluso mull mat ter. Official Organ of City of Amarlllo and Poller County ADVERTISING RATK3. Display 20c per Inch oaeh iniartlon. Locali 10c per Inch oach Insertion SUBSCRIPTION fl.00 PER TEAR. Tb iloruld will cease coming to ynu when your time expires uuluai we are authorized to continue It. Fhotild any subscriber fall to re- ceive The Herald regularly please avis ui at once by card or tele- phone. Any errors reflecting npon the th.uacter ftlandlug or reputation of ny person firm or corporation which may appear In the colu'nn of The Herald will be gladly corrected upon Its bolng brought te the at- tention of the publlBlieri. THURSDAY I JULY 2 1908 TO YOUNG MEN. Jan Kubelik. the violinist hai In- sured tils left hand fur $250000. Ills left hand Is worth that much to blm and more. Were ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 2 July 1908

Y V THE WEEKLY HERALD JULY 2 1908. r BINDS OF BRIGANDS BURN MANY BRIDGES fter Destroying Many Bridges and Tearing Down Telegraph Wires Brigands Disband and Escape to the Mountains Aisoclatcd Press. Monterey Mexico June 30. A speclul corrt'HimmLint of (lie News Just returned from a trip to VIchcii with tho Tenth raiment from the City of Mexico couponed of 350 men under command ot Hrlnadier Gener- al Duran. says at Oallta Information was received that n liand of about 100 had jiiHt passed there burning bridges about a kilometre on the other aide of (lallta and rutting tho telejraph wire both ways In view of thin General Durnn ordered a part of bin force to make a general hunt through the moun- tains and the remainder to repair the bridges. Tlie forcea hunting In tho moun- tains captured foui men. These stat- ed the bandits hid dispersed and were scattered. Al Vlesca the tioois mado several important arrests In t".-!. . A Contented Woman is always found In tho name house uh Ballard's S...

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