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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 22 October 1908

eSf' ""'T' ' J J"-"""IMee S'l oOf-VVIi .tyyHM' l'"r e-iyvsr THE WEEKLY HERALD OCTOBER 22, I9OS ClllU lictuuiuvui College of Texas H. H. Harrington, LL. C. Fru na Thrh Training in radcal Sclenct- RfRiilar four -year crurvs in Agii culture, Animal Hinlviniiiy, Ilni ticnlture, iti Ar Inlfctural, Civ il Kin-trim!, Mechanic! sinl Tcmilc Hijjinfrnng ' ,, A TWO YKAR COntSi; IN PRACTICAL AORICt Ul Ri: iMtrartion also Riven in hnglish, History, M,ithrmatic, Dtawinj;, Physics, Chrmislt v, lodcrn I.nj;uaj;f. ilitary Training and Discipline TUITION FREE Necessary rincn!-c., occlusive of hooks mil clutbinj;, One Hun dred and I'ifty.live Dalian (J 155 ) a Session File Your Application Sin I'm C'nUlo;uc Addievi S.E. ANDREWS. Sec y t'ollro Station, Tex. 'is n ion, Texas STORM RAGES IN COLORADO One Death Reported and Rail Traffic Is Greatly Impeded Associated presa, yDenver, Oct. 19. Storms, accom panied by rain, which later changed into snow, prevailed In northeast Colorado for the last forty-eight...

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. — 22 October 1908

THE DAILY PANHANDLE ' i " " ' ...... ,....,,,.,... ..I... ..! .,,. " "H.in ..Hi i - ' . 1 r ' 1 , '.?n t-" ' ....... , . , , , .tV , .,.,.,,..,,.,;,,, M'W ' i U ,.,,. f 1 I qn i ii p H mwi'Wf i TT IT A IT T SI ' . m m m 0 YOU A WANT? The Classified columns of the Daily Panhandle serve as the medium that brings buyer and seller together at the time when each is seeking the other. Daily Panhandle Want Ads supply information about rooms, for rent, houses and lots for sale, positions offered and wantedbusiness opportunities, etc. The hundreds of strangers; that visit Amarillo seek infor mation Of this character through the Daily PanhandleClassi fied Columns; all Amarillo and vicinity refer to these columns for every need aily Panhandle Want Ads Bring Results Quick .'. Cheap Certain Penny a Word . t . Ii-r t 'm""" I'MMli.i inm,' A . A

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. — 22 October 1908

THE TTEEKtrtmaAU OCTOBER aj 190 .T FIRST PRESIDENT TO a Special to Dally Panhandle. . ' I'ort Worth, Oct. 20. JinwHiur C. X. H ifUrll of Oklahoma, while In tlil city Ut night, frankly ami earnestly nilinitlcil (i Hie Texas News Senlie Hiescntitllve that lie liuil taken the first steps lOM.'ii'd siniiij I'lfsfilriit Itoosewll for libel itml in tlt-niHiid large amount of money, alleging fnUe anil kliimlf i nits Kluif iiifiilt. . Ilii-kfll nii Hie riling of (In' nil! U now In Dm hands of hi attorney and N expected to he filed soon. Till' is Hie first authentic statement from IVifkell that ha will sue Roosevelt. It w ill he llie first time In the history or tlir lulled Males (hut Milt n brought ngsisM pre- ident. JAPANESE AND Brilliant Reception Accorded Officers and Men ot Battle ship Fleet MANY FETES PLEASE Cordiality ot Populace Grows in Intensity With Each Feature Toklo, Japan, Oct. '.'0. The em peror of Japan today received In 'audience Rear Admiral Speery, coin ' mander-ln-rhief o...

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. — 22 October 1908

'1 v' THE WEEKLY HERALD, OCTOBER aa 190 CHRISTIANS WANT UNITY Vlsllloi fflster From Atlanta Declares Doctrinal Lines an Fading Tbe jwaple of the world are growing; ImpAtlent for church un Iob," replied lie. Pr. Frank Jenklu of AUaaU, Caw, wbo i aiUniimg the AanodaUoa of rjoagvrgaUonal rhnrchcl of Uie Panhandle in thl rlty, ia Minrr to question from a representative of the Puily J'wn bandJe. 'Not UmU titer I no Krone ft ten dency to the merging of the different 4aomiiuttloiti,H cootlaued th vis iting divine, "bnt the aplrlt of uaioa la tamaacTing attention, ftfld will not take no for aa ajiwer. Even in the matter of denominational Hum there fa lessening of the tennlon. Peo pJo axe paring wore atomic to Christianity and lea to doctrinal Wf ferancea." Asked ebeut tba growth and out look for tbo Congregational church la tba Panhandle of Texas and the immediately surrounding territory, Da. Jenkins replied: "The prog rem u to this lime la gratifying to all eonoerned. This U my second visi...

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. — 29 October 1908

The Weekly Herald. VOL. XXIII. AMARILLO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29 1908 NO. 44 TOM P A T7T vie J0 IN NS I YAOUIS EEATEN NORTON BRYAN DECLARE: YORK CITY AND STATE HIS tacralic Candidate Also Gives Assurance That He Will Carry Middle West and Sev eral Eastern States J'aiatocla-ted PrebB. " New York, Oct 2H. Uryan was in evolUnt spirit when he started on hi trip n the ktato today. A "I have had a delightful ami good tint. during my May in New York," said ho, "and 1 hate Iraruod something. "I learned no wnte a great of lime lu sleep. Always before, I supposed man nutht have eight hours sleep. Nil, 1, JjUhJ w : jroa Xcw Yorkers thrive on fivo hour." 4 "What do you think of tho signs?" was nked. "I think tho sign arc improving all the t imo. t "Do jou expect, to carry Xcw York state?" "I certainly do. And I expert to rarry the entire Middle Y-st a well and some caate rn state. "Wo will have enongh ami more. ' "XehraMia i ure, and o, I hink, In Ohio." IELIEVE TEXAS COTTON BELT TO WIN OIL...

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. — 29 October 1908

t j ylw g , -r-u,-r r v y . i. n I ii tin ill I ii II I I 1 i 1 I r11'"! THE WEEKLY HERALD OCTOBER 29, Km TO FARVELL ' NEXT YEAR Churches ol Panhandle Comes to Close i - , The AsHoclatlon of Congregational churches fur the un bundle ha clou rd lit meetings in thin city, and will convene next April at Karwell Tbe meeting in AmarIKo, according lo the statement of Ilcv. Dyer, pas tor of the church In Ihli plat-, was one of great worth to the ministers und laymen In attendance, This Is a uiUxlon point, aa It is for all other churches In the Pan handle. During the tenuis of Rev. lyer In thin city Dm membership of the Congregational church nun been more than doubled. There ia much In the outlook for the future of 1he church which I encouraging. Visitor In Amarlllo during the convention Included Rev. Dr. Her ring or New York, Rev. )r. Jenkins of Atlanta, Rev. Dr. Kwlng of Reg ion and Rev. Dr. Parker of Okla homa. Each of the minister ex pressed himself as well pleased with the city of Amar...

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. — 29 October 1908

V . , , ' Y J THE WEEKLY HERALD, OCTOBER 29 I90S JAP WELCOME GREAT PLAINS CAPTES THE ADMIRAL TOGO AND THRONG OF JAPANESE CHILDREN THAT SANG WELCOME TO FLEET DELIGHTS CROWNING EXPOfWN HONOR FLEET T-i. :V , 0, v : Dallas, Tex., Oct. 24, 19O8 Pair (irr Daily Panhandle, Amarlllo, Texas. . . ,4 , , tc Fair association's sweep- : r 5 w,n, ust lr""""' si:)- stake prize for bent farm exhibit an r . lf tt potter, Hale, Swisher, Gray. Panhandle "untie compo.l h prcmlums , addU Hoyd, Briscoe, Dallam and Armsti 7 tlon to the sweepstake and $i00. LON D. MARRS. Fperial to Daily Fan band). Dallas, Oct. .11. I'linliNudlc exhibit American AdmirrI Ccclsres Great Demonstrahon is Most Sincere THOUSANDS BIDGOODBY SXflSMSaMsa Battleships Now Headed for Shores of Philippine m SUM full1 tt mi 1 i III of 10. MVernslilke l.l'lsi' lit (hi, ltll Ci.4 i. i.il.iliil i.ii.l u , . . ., . SvMier, (iray. Panhandle I'liiiulii'H cniirpriiiiiiK I'ottrr, ......... . I"' rnnluinllo e' l)il. Ilrurii, nullum mill .riiitrin...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 29 October 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD OCTOBER 29. I90& m THE WEEKLY HERALD PANHANDLE'S GREAT VICTORY AT STATE FAIK Pubtlahed weekly oo Thursdays t 61 Polk Street. Amarlllo, Tena. 117 P. K. IIOL8EX. Entered t the Postofflca at Amir Illo, Texas, ai second cUhi mall mat ter. Official Organ, of City of Amarlllo and rotter County ADVERTISING RAT123. Display 20o per Inch eaco Insertion Locals 10a per inch each Insertion, SUBSCRIPTION fl.OO PER YEAR, The Horald will cease coming to you whoa your time expires unless we are authorlied to continue It. Should any subscriber full to re ceive The Herald regularly, pUuse avis ua at once by card or tele phone. Any errori reflecllof upon tbe character, standing or reputntloB of ay person, firm or corporation which may appear la tbe colu-nns of The Herald will be gladly correctad upon Ita being brought tn tb at tention of publishers. THURSDAY, OCT. 29. 1908. CITY'S SCHOOL MONEY M. c. noiills disciksks qiKs. TIO.V OK IN'TKItKST TO ALL; Or AMARILLO At a recent meetin...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 29 October 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, OCTOBER 29 1908 STORY OF PANHANDLE VICTORY AT Fort Worth, Te., Oct. 1M. (Saturday) E. A. (Tut) IVf. rath received telegram from DuIUn I his after-nun announcing (lutt Panhandle f unit product liml hern itunnliil fiit tvxlutlon twnephUkPh pii.e Ml Hio Suite fair. The message ih t follows: "Uhiius, ti.., Oft. 'j.i. i:. ,. ruffiHih. rit vnii, tp.: Panhandle rlilblu win fiit asNiximion hwcepstuken prlo for Ix-nt fjinii 'tilliii. Premium $100. "M. l. MAKJIS." Mi'. I'h fli Hi M'nl Julian Marri lhi following lively telegram: "Fort Worth, Tex., Oct. Judge I,on I). Maris Manager pMnltnuilli' IMilbK, l'nir (iiminiN, Dallas Tex.: Allow mo to inn- grulnlste you mill your people on your great Mirer In winning llir flmt prize on your farm exhibit from the great I'ltiihiiiidle country. Ii'ii (.'oil's country, and you arc flu; people who do thliiK ami are entitled to Hie goixK Hurrah for Anmrillo, the heiiiillful (iieen of (lie new Southwest. "II. A. (PAT) PAH KATII." Thi Dallas ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 29 October 1908

fill! WEEKLY IfERAIJ OCTOBER 29, lo08 1 .r REPORT CONTRACT IS LET FOR NEW SHOPS GDELEKE RESIDENCE IS RUINED BY R r- - member,, ol till' illlillli'l MM tyii: In (own at the regular etii i-nnnual moeilng, iitnl t 1h-tissl iij with them matters relating to I Ik-It 1'Ih rt- IIH'lllH. , Congrut ulaiorv meages poured Into tho I'r-hlciii L'rf office ami lit lln Whim House nil diiy, many of them from foreign vulcrs. Republican Bluff That Did . Not Work Dispatch Sent ' From Topeka Declares Sanla Fe Morning Blaze at 509 Pierce Street Brings Loss Gives Amarillo. Job Out to Los Angeles Man For $100,000 it Topeka. Kan., (Jit. 27. -C. A. Fellows, the fortnnr Topeka contractor, who now liven at Los Angeles, Cal., Huh bwo given the rontrart for tho rebuilding of theHanta Ke ahopand roundhouse Ml Amarillo, Toxa. which acre, destroyed by Die Ian Sunday mortiliiK. The contract rails for an ontUy of flon.onn for the work. w Tho foregoing U a pros pclal to tho Wichita (Kun.1 Dim- w inn. It contain farts...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 29 October 1908

THR DAILY PANHANDLE 3C 3C aJkalisi MEAT SALE OPENS Wed. Nov. 4 :i.s 1 3 '4 at 9 O'clock and i runs for ten days A Feast of Bar gains for All Who Come a. xr J.t? llT STORE CLOSED MONDAY AND TUESDAY to Hark and Ar range Stock. Every Article Marked in Plain Figures : Look for Red Signs :: A Merchandise movement without peer or parallel in the history of Amarillo merchandising. The Leader's entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes. Hats and Furnishings for men, women and children thrown upon the market at prices unheard of and almost unbelievable Facts and Figures This move could not be avoided by us. It is useless to explain why. Let It suffice that we must raise a large amount of cash immediately and in order to do this we have marked our merchandise at prices that mean dollars to your pocket book. Our stock is clean and-up-to-date in every way. You can't afford to miss this sale; it will pay you to come fifty miles to attend it. You need the goods, we must have the cash. Be on hand...

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. — 29 October 1908

I t THE WEEKLY HERALD. OCTOBER 2) 1008 PANHANDLE DAY AT STATE FAIR TO BE LIVELY EVENT More Pullmans and Day Coaches to be Added lo Care for Increasing Throngs That panbaitdle Day" at the Stat fair i Dallas will bo a record break er i here au not b tho IcaHt ftiiea tien. I.. II. Simmon of tlic Fort Worth & lieuver City railway la au ihoilty '"' tli' statement that not a single- berth Is lift la the two ncepers reserved for Dalhurt, to be romr portion of I ho jcUI train leaving this -lty FrMuy afterueon about 4 o'clockj t was originally designated that Amarillo would have a reservation of two sleepers, b i' t that uuuibnr Las been doubled and the bertha have been largely taken already. II I b llewd that tf tho people of tb 1 city ll make their reservations early tomorrow that Mill another or per uana two extra sleepers might ba placed at tbe disposal 0f Aoiarlllo ttt 1kds who are Intending to help, swell the Poohandlii'a a-howlng. In addition to thn sleeper there will be at leant ...

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. — 5 November 1908

Weekly Herald. OL. XXlll. AMARILLO, TliXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5 I90S NO. 43 CAMPBELL VOTE CLIMBS, YET IS 20,000 BEHIND BRYAN IN STATE The MI Successful Candidate May w Aociatfa rresa. Lincoln. Neb., No?. 3 ' Bon. V. H. Taft. Cincinnati. your administration. i RaMmere, Nov, ,V Acordlng to unofficial return received by ruotv In tlie stale and from Baltimore up to 1 p. m ., Maryland U again In the Bryan column by a plurality of 210. New York, Nov. 5. Mt. Tafr may have at least 32." electoral voter,. St. Louis, Not. 5. Missouri bangs in the balance with first Bryan then Taft in the lead with small figures. Hadley (Republican) Is fleeted Governor by more than 15.000 plurality. Indianapolis. Ind,. Nov. 5. Tho Indiana legislature is Democratic, and John W. Kern, de- fcnted candidate on the national Democratic ticket, may bo made foiled tftates Senator. Mar- shall (Democrat) elected governor by about 15,000. Taft carried tho state by JO, 000. New York, Nov, 5. The Socialist vote over the c...

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. — 5 November 1908

- " owt wn )ii-t flVyy '''' "1 t''''t fr t Ttr rry vrVYj THE WEEKLY HERALD NOVEMBER 5. 1 003 F The Oddities of This Famous City of tho Moors. ITS QUEER, WINDING LANES. h Wheel Vhlol Art t Fund Thr, m4 th Street f th Chrlf llano, th Main Thrughfr, li Only TWty I WUth. First lmpr1oo of city Ilk Tn r arc difficult to (It Ucans of tbrtr enormous confusion. It U a varl gated and klnetoacopto picture that on recall of vnta sine on' anrlral, full of motion and color, but dvold of rdr or eequene. It ta aa bard to ar rant ooa'a lda aa to aiambl ooo'a olna of Amnio n, English, Spanish atnd Moorish mint, reduo thm to pa Mtaa and oeatlmo and t back th right chsng when making a purcnaa. From tb pier on pae Into and tip tb mala thoroughfire, or Street ot tii Christian, and her jour first Idea ft Tangier Itself begin. Bar legi, flowing robe, red feses, whit turbans, donkeys, moles, men, women, children and produce pa bfor tb eye, and bbl fill tb air. fTb 8trt of tb Christiana 1 tb Mdat In tows,' 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. — 5 November 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD NOVEHBER 5 1908 r EAN TEXAS AROUSED OVER PANHANDLE PRIZES Editors Take up the Question and ,' Much "Talk1' is Result SOME CRITICISMS ANSWERED of Clarendon lias th' following In the last bulled mrcr.-s of the panhandlo til tho Stat lair t Dal. fed "talk" in middle and eastern Texas, nd tb papers of that '..re uttcmpUrs lo stir up the dry bones of their respective Jal'io life. J'ho wctury of the Panhandlo rnme us a startling fcu.j.'tix. M'.tions mentioned, and tho matter hu mot with varied ret Jijmo point la tho panhandlo methods and advise the cx- aiMBiiiloirrl; others mo narrow enough to attempt to bring dls rnJiB M-turv. I5ul a a wbolo all of tnun aro around, and there iK'.iXH I.Ik and uicuhlKK finger in the eastern Texas cauipa. In Gr. muny Urn Van AUyue Leader ba the following: jiui Leader did what It could to Indue Grayson county to cln exhibit at the State fair, but failed. The failure, to rthib exhibit H going ti cot,t Grayson county rometUtng. ai'lt has been...

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. — 5 November 1908

THE WntfKLY.HIiRALD NOVHnBERS 1908 THE WEEKLY HERALD panhandle day at state FAIR IS RECORD ONE Published weekly on Tnuradaya ,t 61C I'olk 8treot, Amirillo, Texas. By P. E. IIOEEX. Entered at (he FostoMc. at Amir lllo, Texas, second class mall mat ter. r. Official Organ of City ' AsaarUl. mid Potter Count Thousands of Shouters From the Plains Inter est Thousands From Elsewhere clay pi mice llluokJ an (J HIIOTM AT II ' ' ' .. Uenrleti Kevin ore thuoat can cover a nitiltiiurl or crafty unwillingness. Doubtless some or the greatest characters of hlMory have ttiiiH been providentially saved from an awkwardness that might have been blasting. II. Cluv Panhandle Day at (he suit-fair enouih.' Jle welahs 353 rounds, and Pierce I. now reported too III to at Dalian wan a success lu every claim to havo been rained without ouie to lexa for a month ADVERTISING RATES. I.ensu of the word. Never before haa Irrigation. Although he was com- Display 20o per Inch u.h Insertion, the Panhandle and the trea...

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. — 5 November 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD NOVEHBER 5 .90S 3 A STRANGE DISCOVERY. Scientists Find That Beam of Light Produces Sowed. On of tbs most wonderful dlacovsr s In telenet thnt hive 1mc0 made within the last year nr two In (ho fnrt that a beam of light produces sound 1 beam of sunlight U thrown through 1 loot on a (Ian vpsm-l thnt contains lampblack, colored silk or worsted or tUher substance. A dink having silt h opening cat In It la made to revolve swiftly la this brain of light so as to rat W P. thus making alternate fls&hea tif .ljcbt and shadow. On putting the ar to the glaaa vessel strango Hounds re heard to long as the flashing hoam as faJJing on the vessel. Recently a more wonderful discovery fcas tarn made. A I Tim of sunlight ia made to paaa through the prism 10 to produce what la called tlm inter epeo- tnira, or rainbow. Tho disk In turned, and tbe colored light of the rainbow la aiiade to break through It Now place tbe eir to tbe vessel containing tho allk, wool or other materiel. Aa...

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. — 5 November 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD NOVEMHER 5. I0O8 MA FE SHOP QUESTION SETTLED Childress, Texas, Nov. 2. General Hechanlcnl Superintendent Buck I of the Santa Pewai here today enroutc to Amarillo and said the road will rebuild the shop and other buildings at Amarlllo, recently destroyed by fire. Superintendent Buck said the company would build on a larger scale than before the conflagration.' J OLDEN DAYS IN PANHANDLE Drover's Telegram Talks ol Plains Men on Business in Kansas City J. II. Cator of Zulu, Texas, freight er, buffalo hunter and rueiehman, ciime In yesterday with a shipment of rattle. Mr. Cator has quite an ex teoMlve acquaintance among the old er class of cowmen who were active tack, in the aevrntlci. "At the time I went to the Panhandle cotrotry," said Mr, Cator, "there were no set tlers anywhere. It was almost twen ty miles to the nearest railroad, and buffalo were very plentiful. In too Tall of the year and through the winter I followed buffalo bunting a good deal. I killed then Jus...

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. — 5 November 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD NOVEHBRR S 1908 I. I ft p TAFT GETS 29 1 VOTES lAYBE 298 AuocUted rrts. New York, Nor. 4 Willi am Howard Taft of Ohio, Republican, ha been elected lwenty.e. enth president of the lulled State anil James Ktlioolrraft Sherman of New York bus licru chosen vie prraldeiit. Thin li I ho outcome of one of the most iciiiju UM e political cainpiilgns in Che torjr of tlte republic, MillUm Jennings Ilrjran of Nebraska, Democratic, cundldnle. went down to the, third defeat of Ilia life'a amhilion In occupy Ihr White House. n. . vii,iu .ti..i.,t that Tuff uin lima t iaa n i-lii'inr! vote and nowiblv more. Ill tUI WIHJ ,,...' - " B.w. sou ' f . One of the rcull surOMSitlng the most sanguine Iioih-s of moat Urmlllran wan Tail's carrtlng the greater cltr of Now York by a plurality of 13.615. Hl plurality In New York State will c. reed Roosevelt' hlg plurality of 1DOI. X Governor Hughe hu re-elected by a plurality eMimulot earl) today at above ".ti00 over the rote caat for hi Democ...

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. — 5 November 1908

8 THE WEEKLY HERALD 1XL I&CIUXGE OOMMEST Bryaa According to the Madison Meteor, "4Madlson, County is entirely Irno from uight riders, boll weevil, drouths, floods nd other disadvantages that Infest var iou anctiouB' When It como to accepting Ibis a etaterncnt of fact tho " pwpl el Brazos and several otbrr eountlos all from MlosourL Hogaton Chronicle: In Wyoming they .Lave discovered a- number of XostdJ eggs. There are some theatri cal shows that foar to play that ftUtt. Exchange; The first number of the Farwcll Banner U out end U published by It. B, and H. V. Ed Cell. Tbe publishers say: "There was a time In the not very remote pa&t when, launching a newspaper upon tbe sea of Journal ism, Us editor would Inflict upon the public a salutatory stunt that would put to shame tbe pollHral spellbind era of the modern times, lie would point out at treat length the many reforms be Intended to hand out to the peopro iu the political, social, moral and financial affairs of the world! l...

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