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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 23 July 1908

, t; " ' '. The Weekly Herald. VOL. XXIII. AMARILLO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 23 1908 NO. 20 LAND S REVERSED BY APPELLATE COURT Famous Standard Oil Case Remanded for New Trial U. S, Court Unanimous In Decision Associated Press. Chicago, July 22. --The I'nitod Spates court of appeals today reversed Judge Lsndis' de.i Islon In thn Stand ard Oil ease and remanded the rai-e tor new trial. Throe Judges of t ho appellate court were unanimous in their decision. Judge Grossrun wrote the opinion t which Judges Maker and Hon man concurred. The rase Is that, of the government against, the .Standard Oil wtmpany, In which the latter was pned $29.nnn.noo by Judge Landla In the dlMrlct court. Tho Standard Oil company of In diana wan found guilty nf accepting rebates by a Jury on April 15, 107, and later Judge l.andls imposed the maximum f i n 0 under all counts of Indictment. Tho company appealed from the verdict. The specific charge was that the company accepted rebates on ship ments of oil hy carlo...

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. — 23 July 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, JULY 23 1908. AN APPEAL HUB Bryan and Kern Ask Farmers to Contribute to Restore Democracy Associated Treu. Falrvlrw, Neb., July 17. -The first appeal for campaign contribu tion! by tha Democratic candidate! for p ml dent and vice president wa made today. An Informal message directed to the farmer! of tho conn try by Bryan and Kern urge them to contribute according to their meant and In other ways assist In rcstor ing Democracy to power. BACK FROM "GREAT EST SHOW ON EARTH" (From Friday'! Dally.) 'The greatest time I ever had," asserted Rollle 11. Scales, secretary of Amarlllo Elk Lodge No. 923, this afternoon, as friends tried to stop him after he got back from the great Elks' convention at Dallas. "I'm go ing to begin saving up now, as soon aa I get any money, to go to Los An geles next year." Othe of the Amarlllo contingent a the convention who returned to day were George S. Williams, J. Ike Kendrick, Jim Moore .and A. D. Armstrong, and all of these appeared down...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 23 July 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, JULY 2i I90S. 3 ig it la n or mi- ro-t . ' I f1 'X, URGANfZ CITY LIMITS School Board Starts Move . merit to Make Valid School District (Krom Mondav'.t Dal I v.) As the k u i :-1 and safest means for guaranteeing the mainlcnam o of Am.inllo illy schools and for pro Uding hiilldliiK accommodations now necessary, I hi- lion I'd of trusters fur the present Ani'iiillo 1 ndepcmlein School District, recommends In a tt.itemciit Issued today I he organka tlon Into ;i school disl I'icl of the ter ritory embiaicd In the city limits ol Am.ii'illo. This slatrnienl Is ad duced to the citizens of Amatillo ami 1 n us follows: "The Aniririllo Independent School district now omhi'M(Tj) about fifty-six sections of land, Including the city of Amarillo, anj h part of Randall county. The recent decision of the supreme court affect:) mosl seriously our district; tli Mortons case do dder, that an independent district like ours cannot, under the Constitu tion, embrace purls of two countie...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 23 July 1908

.i, lsjs4MejSf'IS$syM - r 1 THE WEEKLY HERALD, JULY xi 1908. i THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursdays at 616 Folk Street, Amarlllo, Tent, Bf P. K. HOKSKN. Entered at ttao Postofflcs at Aroar- ilia, Texas, at second class mall mai ler. ' Official Organ of CUT of Amarlllo and PoMrr County ADVERTISING RATES Display 20c per Inch each insertion. Locals lOo per loch each Insertion. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER YEAR. The Herald will ceaae coming to you when your time expires unless we are authorized to continue It. Should any subscriber fall to re ceive The Herald regularly, pUasa advls ua at once by card or tele phone. Any errora reflecting upon the character, standing or reputation of ny person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Herald will be gladly corrected upon Ha being brought tft ths at tention of the publishers. THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1908 THE PACKING 1IOCHK PROJECT. Every citizen of Amarlllo has a duty to perform In the matter of se curing the packing hous...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 23 July 1908

1 T Sj " V TUG WEEKLY ERALD JULY a3, Io08 GOES TO Plainview Girl Goes From Twenty-Second to First Place in Contest By Record Breaking Vote of 240,650 Smash goes all previous voting records In the Daily Panhandle Pop ularity Contest, llv tin? biggest vnlc aver jot rust fur a single candidate, Miss Anna Maud Davidson, of Plain flew, goes from twenty-second place to first place. Ttiis Is I ho most re anarkabls gain that has been mado in Iho contest. Anna Maud Davidson Is thn daugh ter of Mrs. H. M. llurch of Plainview. She Is mi exceptionally pretty miss f 16 years and enjoys nn envlahlo popularity In her homo town and vicinity where she numbers a largo Ircle of friends. Miss Davidson U f a very studious disposition and expects to attend a college at Dal las after her graduation from the flainvlew high school next year; lat r, she will go to Vassar to complete acr education. Miss Davidson Is an artist and musician of considerable ability. Miss Davidson's big vote Is all the result of h...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 23 July 1908

THE DAILY PANHANDLE m M I I ffi 04 p. . ' r Wto Are tie opula 31 1.6 0 In The Texas Panhandle? tsssmz 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 f lands me Presents Aggregating 19 Q.Q.O In ValEe! . ' 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 One Lot in Glen wood, value 3oo.oo 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 Schola rship, 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 DINNER SET ' r Watch Tlie Daily Panhandle for Full...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 23 July 1908

TUG WEEKLY ERALD JULY a3, Iq08 7 "A NIGHT ON THE PLAINS" Title Is Wo.'k of Local Man. Founded on Fad "The Joys of Autoing'' or "A N'ight on the Plains," Is tin- lillr of a con templated Imnw noun to bo written and published by II, p. ltuUcr, of the Kiruk Wonder company, now playing at the Lyric. It is thought his wife and certain members of Ids f'ompany will olbb(iruto with him In Iho preparation W the man u arrlpt. Thn story will b founded on facts obtained from t h nciuul i porlcnces of .Mr. Kmker and thy par ty who accompanied him on an auto trip lo his ranch 1 a t Saturday. The parly loft Amarilln Sunday morning at !::!0 and, fater having travorsod smio thirty miles of Hip tdxty-ouo between bete and the ranch, tho auto, with a russednoss hraldp wuich that of Mill Nye's mule pairs into insignificance, refused to go further. Tho chauffeur, assisted by the advice of the real of the party, immediately net about "fixing" the blamed thing but it wouldn't "fix." From :30 until darkness...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 23 July 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, JULY 2.) 1908. THE PACKING HOUSE (Horn Tuesdays Dairy. V Mayor Loa D. Marra entarlaln most jptlnlKlo Ideal of ft roe4 packery, end mid of all tha farmer that YnC been Interviewed on the natter, caly one had declined to be come associated with It. Mont of Amarlllo'a buslneta men had acted favorably In connection with th p re ject, and whll0 aorae who could well afford to had not lent their Influ ence and atrangth to tbn propositi tin, Carga majority of thrnn had mo I generously coolrlVuted property ownera of Amarllio wnu'd fe tbe real beneflclarlca of the pack ery, wfcaa aama would be establish od, and It la to them chiefly that the plea would ,ba preaonta. Tb mayor aaya the man who can and won't assist In the project, la the man who la abaolutely Inexcuaablo walla tna nan who la really unable financially to chip In, can use hla lu Huance to Induce tb.s well able to a ulst In the movement. That the parkins bouse will In the ry near future be an A&smpllsb tti fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 30 July 1908

"-i I '1 i' u t .. . . . . , , ,i ,i . r. , r v ti . . t . . , . , t'l'iu I u i u ri f-7TtTT VT r""" I"-'-""-" - " f '--'" .,-. . ..,...) . ... gYrny,l,.--',''-''. The Weekly Herald AMARILLO. TI:XAS, THURSDAY, JULY 30 1 90S OL. XXI !i. N0L 31 SflV'T ATTYS. IIIELf CONFERRING Am On Standard Gase Confident ; K3W Law Gives Indians Rights cl S'jcc83s in Spile of higher Courts , - (! Mr I Pre;.. M.uk , .Inly 2i.-- Many (to,'. , n'lii:'. nitii eis of l lii' fowl'a- III. II . V. I' ll I IK- Il.--ls,ta 111 ( i '! ' ) r, ; i. I ,e .r;rl it r c !.i -.v, in- i .;iri..,.; -r.;!ib II l''li"i". nl M'nix f i .'.i . t.i-i, ii ;i in' eh 1 ;i ii' 1 mie I i mi r... m imi iii w.i. i 'i ihe . ; : l i n 1 1 i il i .i",.i ill: I t in- ;-' a n I 1 1 'I ( i. I 1 1 , . i 1 1 .v jo!- nibbed ri'ii.iiiiiu .Till o! her viol.i'lons of Ihe inl'i late 1 ntmiOTi ' laws sl.nll Ii ' illi I her prr: ..''-.I Ill lilt' COlll'li. 'I'll- ll'.'ll'l" -IlibC'l k (tlliTill,; .! broaijil HI t ; -,- in', ii .1 1 inn (j 1 ii H in'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 30 July 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, JULY 30 1908. 1 ANOTHER FAVORITE RECEIVES Hew Aspirant for Contest Honors is Found Miss Annie Landis Who Advances Fourteen Points By Yesterday's- Vote ' Votlnf yesterday In tha Popularity Contest wa ion fined to those can didate who are far from tbe top of tho list at present. Thla la very grat Ifylng a showing that they have not lost heart because of tha big leads of other candidate. No matter In what cause It la ahown. everybody admire pluck and the girl that given evidence sow that ah I not a "quitter" I one that deserve the assistance of her frlenda. . A big vote of 15000 for Miss Anna Landla yesterday was the biggest feature o fthe balloting. Tblg vote resulted from her on ludlvldual ef forts and la the tribute of frlenda Thla vot0 changed her position from thirty-second to olghtoenth place. Miss Annie Landla Is a true daugh ter of the l'anhandlo, having been 'born In Amarlllo and spent 19 years of her life here. She lit a graduate of the '07 Amarlllo JHfih S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 30 July 1908

l ..... .1.11.,, THIi WEEKLY HERALD. JULY .10 1 90S. ITS iii' ,i :jf r-Ii I table . m.i'a .: i v ,iutn, Alu 111 n . 1 . . . , li.niM i.. i 1 : ' Hi'' ( 1 , . . r. e iii 1 (limn ;;umi.i '.. . p. . 1.1 r- 11 ri na:i;. x ;' I .. : '; 1. .-. c 'or (.mi l nor; r t cMpm:i.i V. IIUULj I'r:' .si, nr l;. nr-.i ni.ttivc: .1. k man .1 c. hint , For Alloiiity (li iH i iil; li. . DAVIDSON WYWi; I-or Pislilct Attorney: II. II. II A K Kit II. S- BISHOP A. A. LIMI'KIN Fur County Juilpc; W. M. jktkk . w. w.-cnwix .1. W. S. IIOI.MAN . . .. Fnr('oiiiity Clerk:' FK XK WOLFLIN . . . K. O Ki:iKI(.HKM) . . For Sheriff: FKI.1X Kit ANKLIN . . . c. 11. klip II. . Mi DONA LD J. K. 11 CO I IKS lor County Attorney: R. K. I'M )K It WOOD . . 1 1 'I 'I "i . . K. W. SAMl'KLL 1;:?; 1 1 i iv lmj 4:16 For County Treasurer: j N. 11, Trnou it;n 1 1.-7 I'M r.int A. 11. RAY . . Is 2lj 17' j;;! r,1 c. j). murphy 12; 1 1 ; 7 ::.".! u c m. HAKDiN . r. j 'j:, ;:7 r.oj r.:::. For .We-onr: ill J. r. parks ;ii c,7 : T. Y. n. ItN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 30 July 1908

A. THE WEEKLY HERALD Tubllihed weekly on Thursdayi lit 614 folk Street, Amarlllo, Teiat, t I By r. e. noiEj. Entered at the Pottofflct at Amar lllo, Tezai, at aecond clati mull mat ter. Official Organ of City of AmarUlo and Pottr Co an 1 7 ADVERT1SINO RATE8. Display too per Inch, each Insertion. lcalt lOo per Inch ech inaertloa. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER TEAR The Herald will cease corning to you when your time expires unless we are authorized to continue It. Should any eubscrlber fall to re ceive The Herald regularly. please advlne ua at once by card or tele phone, Anr arrorl reflecting UDOU the character, Mending or reputitlon of any person, firm or corporation, which may appear In the colu'flnt of The Herald will be ilaaiy correcmu upon Its belnf brought t the at tention of the publishers. THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1908 THE HA XT A FH SHOPS. The erroneous tr'a, that Amarlllo will not get tho big Santa Fe shops, seems to haunt the minds of some of our people. Hern une the shop are not alread...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 30 July 1908

... I THE WEEKLY HERALD, JULY JO 190S. SPECIAL PREMIUMS ON FARM EXHIBITS (From Thursday's Pally.) During the Ninth Annual Kcunlon of ramp Stonewall Jackson, U. C. V., at Caoyou City on August 11,13 and IS, next, iu addition lo tho various prizes and prcmluiriH offered by the executive commltteo to tho ioopl of Randall county, the "exhibit commit tee" are offering sixty-seven pre miums of tho vuiue of $177 to the farmers of KHiidall, I'otter, Arm strong. Swisher, C'a.uro and Deaf Smith counties for the products of the farm, orchard and tanlen, Th.s feature of the reunion Is open to nil the people and It I (lehlreil that tho farmers unite In making lhls "exhlh 11" ono of the main features of the reunion. The prizes rarirn In value from $1 to gli) and any person o eurlng a premium will he well repaid for hifl trouble. Th,, ptotniu m lut U too long to publish In this article hut will be mailed to any one ileslrlni? same. For full particulars HddrircKS t. McAKKK, Canyon. Texan, Chairman ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 30 July 1908

4 T II n DAILY P A N II A N D I. P. w m i w 0 b3 tt I s if 8 8 a 1 7 Ml Who An In T Hi e the lost r 'ooiii ar 11 J Ml Texas F 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 Gave resells I El f P P 9 W a 1 u el 'To the Young' Lady . voted the most popular the Daily Panhandle will give first choice of the fol lowing giffs: One Grown Piano, value One Diamond Ring;, value $45o.oo 3oo.oo One Lot in Glen wood, value 3oo.oo i . i -A, One Lot in Famous Hts. Park, value2oo.oo One Ladies' Gold Watch, value . loo.oo One Singer Sewing Machine, value 60.00 One Scholarshipjmarilio 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 ANBS0ME DINNER SET D1 ' nhaodle ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 30 July 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, JULY JO 1908. gamp HAY 0 DEATH M Three Soldiers Killed and Half Hundred pad In Camp By Fierce Storm and Lightning Asioclated Pre. Gettysburg, ra.t July 21. An all night search throi'yhnut Camp Mayes where 1 0 . 0 0 rt men of tho National Guard of Pennsylvania have been In ramp for a ock, and which was vis ited lust night hy a tor ti fi clrcirlcal and windBtorni, hbc.wn three holders Btrnclc dead liy lifchtnliiR and nearly half a hundred c?jiirs Injured. It was probably the wildest night on the historic battla ground experlon cod since the rniiioral)lo July of J 863. Cots In the fiospltul ton t wore filled with Injurcj, some of whom $.-0O for Pacing House. Mr. S. II. Burnett of Fort Worth, dropped Into the Chamber of t'oni merce today and subscribed J.'ioo and flemanded to kno If thn Amarillo people were taklin "1 Interest and If they were enVuslastlc for this great Industry. Ie said If the peo ple only knew au(i could apprccialo the value of the packing house to A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 30 July 1908

y ' n v r ran in nniyyv, f'vU t f w t 4 1 Till: WliliKLY m-KALl). JULY .0 I90S. . A ', KILLED AT PLAINVIEW Young Man Crushed Belween Cars While Assisting Brake man at Switching Booclal to Dally rnnhanllo. rUlavlcw, Texas, July !!' L. A. Conley, a young roan about 20 yearn old, w. killed In tho railroad yards last nifht about R o'clock whllo tho local train was working In tho yardn. J. W, Kuslcy, ouo of tho brakemen, who was noaroHt to Conley when the acrldoat occurred, makes tho follow, log statement: "I wan back about xeven or eight car le&gihB from the. engine and wan going to nmktf a coupling. The en gineer backed up, bat thH couplinfi failed and the car to bo on il'-a ? wero knocked 'hack. I (-iivo the htop elgnal and when tho o.iKlno Mopped tbe cum on tho train camo back 01. the alack j'ual as Conley sprang In between them. He wa caunht be tween the drawheud and crtibhed. 1 gav a tilenal to pull ahead m, boon v I could 1 released Conley. Carrou. tho other briikcman. lia vln...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 6 August 1908

17 I. The Weekly Herald Bl-l. iJ-J.UJ AMARILLO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUO. 6 1908 NO. 32 VOL. XXIII. BRYAN OUTLINES SPEECH SUBJECT Tariff, Trusts, Labor Question, Imperialism, Etc., to be Taken up in Speeches to be Made in Next 30 Days AS'iflMM rrees. Falrvlew. b . Auj R. fl'. . n djy outlined the subjects be wilt dlf fun in hi forthcoming speech of r rf ptance, T))" spoovh will he run f'.ned practically to thp n'teftion: 'Khali the people rule?" and "the measure r f reward " Other i:-suea uch 6 guarantee of bank deposits, tariff, tru:ts, cir . w'll be treated tn several speeches hp will make within the next thirty day. "My n"i if i"a t on peeih," Mid Bryan, "will deal wlt but fpw iues tions. Having a lpttpf or acceptance to write later and bpvcral speeches to make en Important topics, Mich ai tariff, trusts, hanking question, la bor question, Imprrlallrm. etc., It .m not necessary to Include thorn in this t.pppi h and 1 ciuld not have done Justice to any one question If I hare to treat,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 6 August 1908

CO V TV THE WEEKLY HERALD, AUGUST 6 190a. "OUT-DOOR ! IIEEiEFOR William P. Anderson. Writes Authoritatively on Ob- Cattle Amarlllo, Juno 30, 1908. Editor Dally Panhandle; Id answer to your request to wrIH you what and bow I know about the effect of the exihlbits and the char actcr of tho breeding of the Out Door Jlereford herd of cattle; 1 will Buy that while there are several other liorda of registered Hereford cattle on tn plains In tno Panhandle, of botTi volume and merit, that unlquo in the Hereford cattle breeding world In tho Out-Door herd of Hereford cattlo founded by John Hutson, an heredi tary cross country horse and cnttlu breeder of lCngland, an Importing agent of high cIumh homes and Here ford cattlo for eastern American treedera contemporary with and a patron of the late George, Morgan, of Anxiety, Kudolph add the Crove 3rd fame, the three bulla of a se lection which madfl auch wonderful Impress on Hereford cattle of Ameri ca; export cattlo buyer for Armour ft. Co., on ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 6 August 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, AUOUST 6 IQ08. HITCHCOCK IN NEW YHK Meets' Leaders of Party to Dis cuss Situation in East ern State Assnrtsted Vrc.-s. New York, July .II.- Frank Hitch cock, chairman of tho Republican rational committee, today nipt the New York slate leaders and dis cussed with them the situation hero a It relates to Urn national campaign During the early part of the day he met Herbert rarsons, chairman of tb New York, county committee; Wro. L. Ward, member of tho na tional committee from New York KUte, and Timothy I Woodruff, chairman of the nut committee. Th tenth floor tower of the Metro politan Life building, which Is to be, occupied as New York headquarters of tho national rommlttno Is receiv ing the finishing touches tnday. Part, of the, rooms.wlll be opened to morrow. X WIND AM) WKATHKR. latere Ming NtaMstira Proving Ama- rlllo Quern City of the riains. (From Saturday's llally.) Mr. T. J. Conaldine, Aniarillo's usathrr prophet rhnrarterlres last night's rain and electrical...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 6 August 1908

-w""p ""e-r -""'-' -'-"'- THI3 WEEKLY HERALD, AUGUST 6 1905 THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Tbursdayi M 111 Polk StreU, Amarlllo, Teiai. Dy r. k. noFiiicN. Entered at the Fostofflco at Amar Jllo, Texas, second clad malt mat ter. Official Orgatt of City of AmarUlo and rot H-r County ADVERTISING RATES. Display 20c per locti wca insertion, local lOo per loch each Insertion. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 TEIl TEAK. Tho Herald will ceuae eouilni to you when your time expires uulosi we era authorized to continue It. Should any outse-rlber full to ro nlva Tbe Herald regularly, ploaso adrUt ua at one by card or tele phone. Aay errora reflecting upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporetloc which may apiear la tbe columns of The Herald will bo gladly corrected upon Iti being brought to the at tention of tbe puollshori. THURSDAY, AUG. 6, 1908 COMMON' bF.XStf AND COMMON HKA1TH. ..;-. Tba Philadelphia board of health haa Issued a bulletin which may he called a guide t...

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