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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 tioo,is mado several important arrests, In t".-!. . A Contented Woman is always found In tho name house uh Ba...

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 July 1908

.l' yv 1 -.., f THE DAILY PANHANDLE w M Are "the . ales Wto Pi ITJ BP fx m a &1 I i In The Texas Panhandle? 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 laid so in-1 I 19 O'O Presei it o HI To the YounplIIdy voted the most popular the Daily Panhandle will give first choice of the -fallowing: gifts: One Crown Piano, value c 1 $45o.oo One Diamond Ring, value 3oo.oo One Lot in Glenwood, value 3oo.oo One Lot in Famous Hts. Park, value2oo.oo One Ladies' Gold Watch, value . loo.oo One Singer Sewing Machine, value 60.00 One Scholarship, Amarillo Business College,valiie 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 DINNER SET m ..- 1 . ; , ,. . , " 1 Ji Watch The Daily Pantaile f...

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. — 2 July 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD JULY 2, I9O8. CONDITIONS IN MEXICO ARE GROWING SERIOUS Uniled States Keeping Close Watch of Affairs Pertaining to Insurrection Along Mexico Border lAssorlated rress, ' City of Mexico, June 29. Th0 In ternal troubles In MpxIco which de veloped several days ago, along the northern border of thu republic de veloped a serious feature today. Tho storm centers around the city of Tor reon, and In the country between that city and Jaral, where the ban dit bands are operating In connec tion with tho insurrectionists Gov ernment troops are rushing to the tscrne, Already 1.500 federal sol diers reached Toireon to. reinforce the garrison there. Two hundred more reached Juarez and Chihuahua and soldiers are patrolling the streets and public houses and the jails are heavily guarded. In view of these latest developments Ambassador Creel, who has been here on what h was promised to be a long leave of absence, has been instructed to return to Washington without de lay. It is the be...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 2 July 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, JUNE 25, 1908. ml CAMPBELL DEFENDS POLICIES Big Audience at Oeandi Recent Legislation for Slats r(From mdiy'i Daily). ' Teteediy was "GoTrir' Day' la Amtrflla and AaurMa was Oor rnor Campbell's, yrora tb ffl cll vnlcont exteadet by the Cham ber ef Carc and by tea offi cial! her, through th continuous run4 of warm aaakea vita Vhlch raabandlcrs here and from cter raniiBdle welcomed the governor durlnj ts day, to taa beau tiful expresiUi of A mar i Ho aeiplUl Ity la the reception last eight, the governor was the guest) the hoaored guest, o the eatlra city aad ( every, cltiaea, Beats la the Deandi theater vera all tskea. all available chairs and benches had keen preited lato aer vice and tke a It lea were crowded with people standing, yesterday aft ernoon when the curtain roie (or th governor's ddrem. Then after mak ing announcement of further num bers on the chautauqua course, Rev. L. C. Klrkes Introduced aa the "first real live goveraor who has ever came to the raab...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 9 July 1908

The Weekly Herald VOL. XXII!. AMARILLQ. TKXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 9 I90S NO. 28 HONDURAS IN REVOLUTION Nicaragua Takes Up Arms and Goes to The Front In Aid ol Honduras Anoclated press. Washington. P. C. July 7. Nic aragua hag Ukfn up arm to sup port Honduras which baa a revolu tionary movement on Its hands, ac cording to a dispatch received by the ttaie department today. The dispatch in yi an army is being recruited by Nicaragua and IJiat troops are being hurried forward with maxim bat teries to aid Hocdura. Another dis patch, however, from the American reprehentativa at San Salvador Indi cates that the movement against Honduras has failed. ENTOMBED MEN HOT ALL YET RELEASED Associated Press. Yuzovl, Russia. July 8. It is now tix days ulnce the explosion occurred In the roal nilne nere resulting in over 200 deaths, and It Is believed fifty men are still entombed. REPORT SHORT RATIONS. Troop B Men in Camp Complain of Commissary. Letterg from members of Troop B now In camp at Leon Springs ...

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. — 9 July 1908

1 THE WEEKLY HERALD JULY 9, 1005. HERE AND HEREAFTER, Tls but a day's march from laugh 1di childhood' days to the item reality of manhood. InfaQcy'n remembraaces carry with them, or rather should carry, the roma, the perfume, the loot linger Ing eTfecta of careful watchfulness of protection, and of training, falling which the neglected product can scarce be blamed for after actions. Aa the twlc it bent, 10 lncllnea the tree; usually, but let ua rather deal wtlh the twig of the stubborn na ture whoso trend la opposite to the training, whether thla training be for the better or the worse. Credit! Ten thousand times should be heaped upon the head ot the man who rises above the vi'vfyi tlon, and. sad to relate, pity, TKJF thousand times redougda to the pot of disgrace ot the man who disre gards parental training. Reflect! In now many cases is this courso ot p&teutaj training cor rect? Is It training or railroading? In how few homos can be beard the siren song of sympathetic) fool 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. — 9 July 1908

THB WEEKLY HERALD. JULY 9, 1908. FOURTH WAS AUG DAY'S CELEBRATION elf Thousands of Amarillo People and Visitors Enjoyed : Entertainment at Speaking, Games, Barbecue New Glenwood Park And Elsewhere NEW YORK TO FIGHT BRYAN Much Speculation Afloat Con cerning 8ryan and His Followers Frnm Monday's Dally.) of the attractions thorn. r Crowded Into filcnwrowl. Exercise t. Glenwood wore billed to begin at 1 o'clock but nil the people could nnt got on the oars at onio and It wan nearly 11 before Judge Haislewond, master of cere monies, opened the program In (ho' new Glenwood theater. Poop1 were hM!1 pouring Into the grounds by hundred but the theater was filled and' crowds were In all parts of the ground. .Tildgo U. R. Haalewood called the rrowd to order, or to H8 near order as could bo reached. Then 'flolowirig' mother number by the band Rev. Southall of the First Fres byterUn church offered the Invoea- A day off for evcryono but the street car men and the candidates and a big day for all o...

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. — 9 July 1908

l"J s-"eifaisi -jr-' f t'rY'TW,,,, THE WEEKLY HERALD JULY 0. H0S. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Tburdy at fit Polk Street, Amarlllo, Txa. Br r. e. noESEXt ' Entered at tb Potofflca at Amar lllo, Text, M second class mall mat ter. Official Organ of City f Anurtlle An4 roller County ADVERTISING BATES. Display lOfl per inoh ach Imartion. Local lOo per Inch each urtloa. SUBSCRIPTION f 1.00 PER TEAR. The Herald will ceaae coming to you when your time eplre uulew we are authorized to continue It Should any ubscrlber fall to re ceive The Herald regularly. pleas advls ua at one by card or tele phone. Any error reflecting upon the character, standing or reputation of ny penon, firm or corporation which may appear In the colaton of The Herald will bo gladly corrected upon It being brought to the at tention of the publisher. THURSDAY, JULY 9. 198 THE MAX KSU HIS JOB. Executive ability fetcheg the high est remuuHiallon In all employment. nd amount to a talent for which employer are glad...

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. — 9 July 1908

is.- tVEEKLY HERALD, JULY 9, 1908. 5 CONTESTANTS IS SURE TO COUNT Closing Day of the Daily Panhandle Popularity Contest Beneficial To Work ing Candidates Although voting la the Dally Tan haodle Popularity Contest ban been comparatively light for the last few oays jet thero Is every evidence that taere U a treat deal of work being done by out of town contestants. The next week or ten days In pretty sure to show the result of thlH work and a big vote U expected for one of our out of town candidates. The result of this contest Is of course only problematical at the present time and no forecast can be hazarded even by thoHe closest In touch with conditions. A club of ten yearly subscribers, with Its 225,000 voteB, would put even tho lowest can didate far ahead of the present lead ing one and there is no certainty but what such an event may transpire. The three leading contestants are closely bunched and either Mlsa Al tlier or Miss Franklin could forge ahead of Miss Slay wth a compara t...

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. — 9 July 1908

THE DAILY PANHANDLE m .. ! " z : m 1 CfJ w Id SI t ; hi H ft 1 1 3d Who Are tie lost Popular Young iaies Ib T h e Te x a s P anhandle ? 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 art m It 1,1 A nl 0 Q To .(vo.'V . .. . ..... - 1 1 the" Young-Lady Voted the most popular the Daily Panhandle will give first choice of the fol lowing gifts:; , ' One Crownc Piano, r value. $4So.oo One Diamond Ring, value 3oo.oo One Lot in Glen wood, value 3oo.oo ,,, .- One Lot in Famous titsPark, value 2oo.oo One Ladies' Gold Watch, value . 1 oo.oo One Singer Sewing Machine, value 60.00 One Scholarship, Amarillo Business College, value 5o;oo One " Draughon Practical " " " So.oo iTfie'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 : HAND DINN...

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. — 9 July 1908

rWi ''' ' ' THE WEEKLY HERALD JULY 9, 1908. r v?r v IS A CANDIDATE "Panhandle Dick" Is In Race For Reelection to the Legislature (From Thursday's Dally.) "I am la the race," Mated J, n. Dowman this morning when unsked about hla candidacy for the next log Islature, "I know that matters have heen confused and that some of my statements may be mlsoonBtrupd by people who arc not familiar with tho circumstances, nut 1 acted In all BOWMAN "In 4m sincerity and any confUHlon that m randldacy may now make In the race for representative. Is not tho result of any Intention on my part to resort to trickery or to shirk responsrbttiry." Mr. Bowman returned last night 1 from Mineral Wells where he has ! been under the rnre of physicians tor the past month for Intestinal In . digestion and while he does not : look In condition for a strenuous campaign, he states that he Is much ! Improved In health and that a few I days In the Panhandle will work a still greater Improvement. His phy sician strongly...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 9 July 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, JULY 9, 1908. PA HA D E LOWERS Woodmen ot the World Perfect Organization for Cooperation Between Camps After the conclusion of the cele bration at Glen wood on the Fourth, memhers of the Woodmen of the World camp here together with rep. rescntatives of other camps over the ranhandle held a meeting and madt the II rut steps toward a Panhandlo Logrollers' Association. This or ganization la now In working order and It principal object, that ot hav ing a big celebration and logrolling In Amarlllo on July 4, 1909, li as sured ot aceompllnnment. Campa In tlx ranhandlo towns are already rep resented In tlm organisation and all othen are Invited to taka part and elect directors. K. K. Kerr, council commander for Alamotta ramp here, la president forthv ensuing year. J,W. Norte?, of Canadian, first vice president, tbe council commander at Canyon City, second vce president. The affafra ef tho association are to conduct ed by a board of managers to be com pnesd ot one member ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 16 July 1908

f The eekly Herald. vol. xxiii. AMARILLO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 16 1908 NO. 29 W FOR lL?AN NEGRO One Thousand Men on saulted a Thirteen Mete Out Summary Justice Associated Frer-s. Beaumont. Trsas. July 1 Last nlihi over 1 ,000 men were nouiing the woods In this trinity in an ef fort, to capture an unidentified ne gro who parly yor-terdny attai,ed and neat into insensibility a 13-ycar old white girl, Ad,i Hell 1 1 1 1 It 1 n h. inflrt- MAKE SCHOOL Plans Started by Chamber of Commsrce Meeting for Next . Year's Normal Significant farts ahoiit on enter prise which has brought big returns in many ways thiR year and which lit rirh in promise for following yearn were brought out In the meeting In thp Chamber of Commerce roprns )terday altenioon in the Interests of a permanent, hummer normal and (hiiuiauqiM for Amarlllo, and and as a result o thp meeting, committee of citizen were appointed to begin work for next year's school. As the statements of the members of the fartiilty of the summer...

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. — 16 July 1908

2 THE DAILY PANHANDLE 5-.-" f ", ' i ' '.','' ; ',' ' : 'a ' v' ' : j ....... '-V 1 , . . MRS. WILLIAM J. BRYAN. THE CHILD MIND. ftMuHa of an Invtttiflation Int Infant Mantal Procaiaa. Of forty-clKbt children, aaya Stanley pall, twenty bqlleved tlie aun, moon pnd atara to lira, alxloen thought flow ra could feel and fifteen that dolli (would ffx.l pala If burned. Tlio nkj !wai found tho chief Held In which the jthlldrea exerdaed their philosophic Inlnda. Alxut three-quortera of thoni CiouRht the world a plana with the Hk7 llkft a bowl turneil ovor It aomo Umea bolleving thnt It wbr of auch ibln texture that one rould ensllj break through, though ao lnrs that much floor aweeplng vaa necesHHry In heaven. The aun may enter the ground (When It aeta, but bnlf the children (bought that at night It rolla or fllea way or la blown or walka or Ood pulla It np higher out of night, taking it up Into beaven, acrordlug to aome fmttlng It to bod and even taking off ta clothea and putting them on a...

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. — 16 July 1908

if TMR VVnHKLY HERALD, JULY 16 I90S. ISfiO Rorn, Pali'm. 111. March i S S l - Graduatrd, Illinois Collrgp .la'ksnnvlllp, valedictorian. - w 1SS3 C.raduatPd. Tnion Coll. of Law. fhlcaRo. and began practice of law at Jacksonville 111. J SS 4 Married Mary K. llaird. l. I'erry. 111.. Oct. 1. ' iss7Ojioncd law office In Lincoln, Nrh. , . 1 S91 ICleclt'd to congress from First Nebraska district. iR93Kerclvpd Democrat lc vote for Fnited Slates nenator in NehrasVa leplplatur. Nominated in lienmrratf.' convention for fulled State senator, but defeated. 1 h- Became rdi'or of Hip Omah;i World Herald. jS9fi Delepate to Democratic national ronvention, wrote silver plank, mad0 notable speech and was " nominated for president; In election, received Kfi tectorial votes apalnst 271 for McKlnley. w 1S97 IU-Ki career as public lecturer which li0 ha Ime conlinned and through which hfi has amassed a small fortune. . r r.,.1.. j i,r, t ..Mimturr infuntn- fnr war ucaliiF.t Snflln. becominff itK colonel. j...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 16 July 1908

I it i ii i hi y j I ii I 'If I f "' I " TUB WEEKLY HERALD JULY 16, I9O8, V THE WEEKLY HERALD Published wekly oa Thursdays tt 616 Folk Street, Aiuarlllo, Tens. By r. E. ItOESEN. Entered it the rostofflce at Amir Bo, Texas, second cluss mall mat- Dfflclal Organ of City of Anwrillo and Potter County ADVERTISING RATES. Display 20c per inch each Insortlon Locals 10c per loch each Insertion. BDBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER TEAR. The Herald will cense coming to fou when your time expiree unless m ere authorized to continue It. Should any subscriber full to re ielv The Herald regularly, pltiase tdTia us at once by curd or tele- Bone. Any errora reflecting upon the lharacter, standing or ronutotlon of any person, firm or corporation which may appear la tho cola'iins of The Ilerall will be gladly corrected apon Ita being brought to the at tention of the publisher. THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1908 THE MAN AM) HIS JOH. Tb firm which does not permit Its aleamen to compete not only stifles opportunities, but hold...

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. — 16 July 1908

hi v XT THE WEEKLY HERALD JULY g, .9O8. WILL WORK HARMONY United States Government and Mexico Have Perfect Under standing on Neutral Laws Associated Press. Washington, P. C, July 9 A perfect understanding between Mex ico and the United State as to this government's purpose to takfl all steps possible to prevent violation of tbe conditions of the neutral laws on the Mxlro border was reached at a two hours conference between Act log Secretary of Statu Bacon, and tbe Mexican ambassador. The latter bad no complaints to lodge against American official. PANHANDLE IS PROGRESSING Bjecttl to Dally Panhandle. Panhandle, Texas, July 7. This little town la a live one all right. Her jeep! buatba around and keep busy. W notice a number of wagons load rA with lumber going out Into the country .which means new farm houses. Mr. K. S. Kills has a handsome ten-room house In course of con tructlon. rrofessor Clagctt, principal of the public school, Is having a nko cot tage built. Mr. W. S. Hilton has h...

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. — 16 July 1908

THE DAILY PANHANDLE on w tvi LI J 3 1 a 1 1 n LI J 7L 3 Wto Are the Young Ie The Texas Panhandle? 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 : laid some., Presenfts Aggregatkg m Q QoO O In V a 1 u e t To the Young Lady voted the most popular the Daily Panhandle will give first choice of the fol lowing gifts: 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 . loo.oo One Singer Sewing Machine, value 60.00 One Scholarship, Amarillo Business College, value 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 SET w teli The T 0 Dai 1 D. e for Full Det...

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. — 16 July 1908

TUG WEEKLY HERALD JULY 16, !o05, 7 fitfASQUERA ARIES A Youth and Two Comely Assumed Names at I fl'er ill m vi nil Kronm Monday's Dally.) rvoiiH o u I h , and two comely ii. i mill mi in liKisi iilliii) garb o arrested nt hi n ik u i .Saturday at Oriental Hull I, liy officer J. V. Robinson, at tli,) Instigation ()f tho botol night clerk, Jack Knldman. And thereby hangs n talc. Shortly niter 4 o'clock Saturday evening there appeared at tho hotel threw persmiagi-s, two of the female, nd one of tho niale genius. Tho register bents the inscription Hurley Neville, lleinlce llevlllo and Clam Gorman all thre0 names are braced jhid Denver Is accredited as their lulling place, v They were assigned to rooms 22 lor the girls and 23 for tho male. They appeared In regular form at 'he supper table, and everything might have gono on alright, but for the auspicious actions of this Hur ley Beville, a youth who has per haps "wintered"' a score of hum mers. Ho sought the acquaintance of tho night clerk...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 16 July 1908

t a THH WEEKLY HERALD, JULY 16 1908. ANIMAL DIES WITH RABIES Cilia Bitten Twenty Days Ago By Dog Oevotopes Violent Case of Hydrophobia Frfm Monday'i Dally.) A malady which Dr, Maxwell, thfl tovernmrnt veterinary Inspector pro nounced hydrophobia, waa respons ible tojay for thn death of a mule which bi been confined ulnco yes terday In the barn of Gaorge llaydea at Seventh and Van liuDren atreeta. The animal belonged to a farmer who Uvea several mllea aouthweit of Amarlllo and uutll a taw daya ago had bran running looae with other horsoB ajid mules. A short time ago tt begin artlnn strangely and the owner, who suspected tho cbuho, phased Dr. Mwoll and under his direction brought It here tor confine ment. Whether or not it succeeded in biting other stock around tho place Is not definitely known but the owner 4 Id not Mlove that any of the othtr animals had been Injured by thn mule. 1I0 wlil keep a atrlct lookout for dangerous sy.rnptoms In the otWer animals and will take prompt action...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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