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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 12 November 1908

The Weekly Herald. VOL. XXIII. AMARILLO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12 1908 NO. 46 --V' sl f SANTA FE TO EXPEND AIARILLO IPtlOVERfj Other Expenditures to Follow Later Official Gives Words of Cheer to People of the Queen That llio Mini of fcJOO.noo ha been set aside for immediate expen dilute in Aniuxilli) by the Santa I'c ' system in erecting extensive shops, ii learned from un authoritative (.ouno, Further than ( hut, the Daily Panhandle will state upon f tie name authority thai oilier rxpeuditurrs will bo made from tiiue l) time as fond become available. Aa official of IAe Santa Fe system had tho following to say: "Our pcoplo entertain for Amaril lo Uie most kindly feeling. They realize that, (his city lias liecn of great benefit to them iu a business way. Thry Appreciate the liiiKrtnnce of Anuivillo as the metropolis of the jiliilni roiinlry, anil are free in state that tlio traffic received through the kindly offices of the city's people hjis far exceeded tlii'lr most sanguine cr...

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. — 12 November 1908

H dim ' THE WEEKLY HERALD JAIL GRUB FOR RANKER C. 17. IE Fallen Money King Gels food Through Bars and Makes No Complaint - COFFEE IN Till DIPPER Eats Every Crumb of Plain Bread and Greets His Son Cheerily associated Trots. New York, Xv. ". -thai leu W. Horse, mIim yesterday ham M-nicuccd . fifteen yew In (lie federal irl jii nl Atlanta, fin., In proving him .elf model prisoner. Mo Iina naked no cprriul privileges, nor been tianlnl liny. , rule of the prison MTiiiilN I In' purchase of hiiecial food ioiii (lie tciidor attached lo tho prls n or even have iiichK from out lldc, hut Morse did not avail him irlf of till privilege. When the regular prison fare was doled out 1ln' former millionaire accepted two slices of bread mid a I la dipper of coffee, which were passed I lirouli I lie lot in his cell door. He ate rv ery erumb and drank tho coffee and hud a cheery greeting for IiIn son lliiri'.v, when Hit young mini culled curly In the forenoon. Morse retired early last night and . .ept s...

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. — 12 November 1908

' f- ' J . t ' ' ' THE WEEKLY HERALD NOVEMBER 12, Io08 REV. FERGUSON APPELATED Board of Stewards Pass Be- solufons on His Work in taillo ",i,rf of "'arrts (,f tiic Methodi.st Kl.i-M-opal duir,!,, .outli, Amarlllo lion. on November 3, lf0S, il,e "Ho!,,. 1(suut,0ll was unkBIU0H. J)a.-ed. Whereas, Our hi lovoj ator. Rev. ' -V. X. Ferguson, having mtvoiI "'urB0 lr the pu.st four years wuuousiy, 1UHt , . .. 'ace to the law or our church, aPVt.r ucn relation with ua, bo it "'soivcd, That during lhe ,,otlro urolh"'- lV.gu.ou has been U III I... L. ..n, i,0 .nas muo,.,,, unceasingly - u..uu p uio church In all ta de I'riui.'nf. i wua the strong gla. "g and governing loader in planninB a causing i be erected our M-Tiaia ci.ur.h edifice, laboring un- 'inR1 u, that end, during which iiuie tie not only built the house U-f""ir- bl,t bought the ,:-h,m.h. as a '"!. nearer together, no that he 83 unltod and hopeful bodv W irh ni'arvtkin. . . ' ' ",J"""K prepared ror groater "-Tulnw, In the future t...

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. — 12 November 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursdays t 16 Polk Street. Amarlllo, Texas. By T. E. HOEHKi Entered at the Postofflce at Araar ;ilo, Ten, second dual mull matter. Official Organ of City of Amarlllo nd Potter County ADVRT131N0 RATK3. Display 20o per 1non oacb insertion. I,ocals 10c per. Inch each Insertion. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PEIl YEAR. The Herald will crane coming to you when your time expires uuloss .we are authorized to continue It. fr'hould any subscriber full to re ceive The Herald regularly. please advise ua at onto by card or telephone. Any error! reflecting upon the character, standing or reputation of any porson, firm or corporation w hich may appear In the columns of The Herald will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought te the at tention of " publisher. THURSDAY, NOV. j2. 190s. ' 1 WW; KXCHANGH COMMENT. A Houston Post: 'Lord, lt the land elide all over thr-rn and let the wa ters of th': '.fcal wavo swallow them tip eo that tho righteous may en ...

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. — 12 November 1908

., t r THE WEEKLY HEAPLD NOVEHRER la 1908 eAiK v.-i U , t. .. a STORY OF THE SNAKES OF NATl'K Ij IIISTOKY ST I'D 15 XT Ql'KSTIOX'JN A MOST 1NTKH VAUIETY OF SNAKE IS FOLXl) ' (:' ' "Now It Is the popular theory that people who handle snakes cbarin them, and they u-ually claim that themselves, but when they do, they misrepresent matters. "I do not believe that anyone ran charm a snake, at least I havo never seen anyone that could. I can do as much or more with all kinds of snakes than anyono that I have ever met. and I cannot unarm one, nor do 1 claim to. "The system that 1 work on Is domehtlcatlon. That Is. I tako a Miake and by klndiics overcome, bis fears toward mankind, and when ' I We done tola he then becomes a pet and I can handle him us 1 like, and a long an 1 do not ahm;e and mleuue hlro he will not bite. "Some think that they like to bite, but they do not, and the fact Is they only blte.c,iuse they nr.- afraid of you, and when you overcome that fear and they find that they a...

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. — 12 November 1908

, 'J I ' W' i' "'f ftv mMnti THE W EKKLY ' li OR ALD NOVEMBER 12 1o08 . ill? a HI : COST OF AN A "SOCIETY WttMAVS EXPENSES TAUllLATKD HV MItH. HOW A Rf GOU LD- H E V E NTY THOU HAND DOLLUW A YKAIt, SAVS THK MILLIONAIRE'S ESTRANGED WIFE, IS TOO LIT. TLE TO ENABLE HKIl TO KEEP IT TIM: PACE. Howard Gould h filed his amend- ed answer to the complaint I hi wife, Kathorlno Cli'iumona Gould, who 1 asking 'or final separation and alimony, ' Mia. Gould made answer through hr counsel, Clarence J. Hhearn. Tbla answer In o detailed a to over shadow evei'y former feature ot the. case, netting forth In exact Hems the expenses considered absolutely iiwubarjr by a New York society woman. Mrs. Could estimates isie llvlsg expenses, ouisiao or traveling ex pensc or necewary contributions to charity at wore than $70,000 a year. She declare that, although she had had In charge the din- burasment of about $70,000 a year for the last ten year,,, she la now In debt, her wardrobe held for a hotel bill, and ...

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. — 12 November 1908

'yr''1f' THE WEEKLY HEAPLD NOVEiBHR fj 1908 SIXSHOOTER AND THE SOUTH Arc We Civilized or Arc We Savage?--Kill:ng of Senator Carmack Most deplorable Is the news today of the Killing In a pistol duel of former United Stales Senator Curmuck of Tennensee. It Is the ame old terror In tho south, tlw "hotheaded Southerner." The death of this distinguished man noerl not have been. What In a difference In poli tics compared to tho life of a distinguished American? and more than that, a distinguished Southern statesman? Who wa to blame, technleally speaking, we do not know. It makes no difference, however, who was the aggressor, tbe killing wa not necessary, and lu this It la a crime before UoJ, whether it bo a crime before man or not. , , The spirit of tho South which calls for the settlement of rolitlcal , and other trivial disputes with pi UoIh and consequent death U a fplrlt of murder. The time has come in the history of advancing civiliza tion when this state, of affairs should be relega...

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. — 12 November 1908

J'" . i i 4 j if r w''" t-rr i t y ,r j ., mittHimi" rrrn weekly herald November 12. 190& VALUE OF TACT IN A SOCIAL CAREER Tirt In ta Invaluable asiet for tha cua or tumia with social smbltlons. ml plesso bear In mind that lect Is not toadyism. We all know the lypu of cli I v. ho hang brrut hlov.ly on every word uttered by the worntti of swlal lnflunre, or mho praises 'toe hideous gown of tha woman ho dinner Jnvltstlons she desires to socure. ihe In the girl who nlmply toadies. The tactful girl In net a toady aud what 1m more ahe does not iavo to ue. Tad la forgntfulness of self with out "gush." Slang may not t Kood form, out ll it ofttn most eiproialvo ta An artli'ln All aorifl fnrm unit tliera la bo word whkh will express so clearly a certain stato of mind and ' form of conversation m that word The Urtfnl girl is the (Irl wo are all ated to ae In time of trouble. 61m will not open the wound afresh, tihe will not try to belittle our par ilaaler form of affliction, And ahe wHl n...

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. — 19 November 1908

" ri',',,yT'y'yy?iy V( ... , The Herald. NO. 47 VOL. XXIII. AMARILLO. TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19 103 MANAGER OF MG X I T RANCH SHOT AND KILLED .1 Weekly Rockefeller J0HNAB0U0I TO DEATH AT BOVMA Falls From Saddle, Hangs in Stirrup and Kicked Lcosa By Horse-One Williams, Small Cattleman, Surrenders Urn-ford, Nov. 1 .loliir Arntionn, m.nian of the .. I. T. ranch tin f-l"'l ""! Ktlll )c lerdny at Hot inn. Trtns. One Williams iitileiu.ui, uus arrested. ISoIh men i aided Win -lienor rifles t tin- time of On -iMMlllllg. Ihe tragedy too), pln. nt tin oY. 10 1 in Ii inn. Ai-Mi.strou'H lMidj wnh buried nt Farwell, .Tnhn R Armstrong, aged 40 years, with a wife and child and raiding ai Boviua, rainier county, a brother-in-law of Harry Nlchol of this city, was shot ami Killed jenterday af ternoon at 2:;!0 o'clock at the point named, In the preface of a large number of witnesses. Shortly after the kllllug or as soon an .Sheriff Ste phen? could tome from Farwell, the county feat, one Williams ni...

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. — 19 November 1908

y iio,'T t a t) V i IT1 Gil ES E HOUGH ItlTEXT OOOK if Stale Wants to Drop the Llt Igatlon In Travis County rpftdil to Dally panhandla. Aimiin vnv i h i nn uimim miiav howed willingness to drop the toxt book or FlKkTlllo controversy when County Attorney Brady filed a mo tion dlsmlsblng th0 chargu against School Trustee Morrla of Flskvllle, licensed of unlawfully preventing too nsft of text hooka In tho school, Trustco Morris was arraigned be fore Justlc0 Moore. Tho KUte tlicj numerous reasons why tho suit should fee dismissed, tlaltnlng MonU acted upon tho ad rlco of a lawyer, who said ho would juty tho flrjljono was imposed; that the complaint was of fictitious na ture, and that tho defendant really ever prevented the us of the text hooks. The defendant stated ho had not prevented the use of the text book hut claimed their adoption was Il legal and he opposed the dlKiultval of tho aiilt ugalnst himself. Judgo Moore took iho cane under advl-ment until Monday, NEW PRINCIPAL ARRIVES. ...

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. — 19 November 1908

' 1 f '' ' '''''' . .-......?, .,...,.,,, i,,...f(. jvi'trH'-'H- ' ' . v. . -... THn WEEKLY HERALD NOVEMHUR 19, o08 .1 EX-MET HWTS to iurd noted law:r Assassin Had Qualified as or iriReuf Case and His Record Was Exposiy Heney-People Call Mass iting j Indian Empire is Motorists' Heaven j : ' : r ' DVKin MODV VIM AN AFIOItH A ( Alt HAS OM:. Olt.t TIU K ROAD 1,500 MILKS ',i,oxi, .haii to in: Tin; m sr highway s the world, is always alive with a in os. , ' 4 - 4MVMf Calcutta. Tho motorcar his given 'he treh air instead of lounging ho- iho untiring genius of Major do Lot a rest to life in i ho India r-niiilro. noath iho puukah, and this (.polls hlnloro, C. I., In splto of tan moat Everybody who can nlford 11 buy health in an enervating climate. Ev- trying; obstacles and In a most In a tar. Everybody who tannot uf- try motorist derUriM that motoring accessible, If strikingly, picturesque fnrd It stubs for tho time to come ha opened out a fresh Interest mid local 11. v. luiii made tho fm!H...

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. — 19 November 1908

THE WEEKLY HEARLD NOVEHBER 19 1908 i S 1 HIE WEEKLY HERALD Published wreUIjr ou Thursdays t 616 Tolk Street, Amarlllo, Text. 117 V. E. IIOEHBN. Entered at the PosUifflcs at Amir J1I0, Texas, as second dun niall mat ter. OfficlaJ Oman of City of Amarlllo and rotter Couaty ADVERTISING RATE3. Display 20c per Inch racU insertion. Local 100 per loch each Insertion. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER TEAR Tha Herald will cease coining to you whan your Uma expires uulesa ,wa are authorized to continue It. Should any subscriber fall to reive The Herald regularly, pluase advla na at onca by card or wia- phono. if Any errora reflecting upon the character, standing or reputation of any Hereon, firm or corporation - which may appear la the colarina of . TM Herald will be gladly corrected pon Iti being brought ta tue at tention of publishers. THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1908. " ' EXCHANGE COM Mi: NT Dallas News; Indiana has a new EOT amor, and W. 8. Taylor, who lm been -badly wanted In Kentucky since , Che killing o...

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. — 19 November 1908

, ' I I ,tfKi'4 ( J i THE WEEKLY HEARLD NOVEnBER I? IMS HONOR PRISON SHIP MARTYRS Associated Presi, New York. Nov. 1 4. Willi mill la ry aomp and lmprrsslvn ceremony, Ibe prison hhlp martyrs' monument at Drooklyn van dedicated ihl.s aft eraoqgi. Prwildoat-clort Tuft made, a wpe clal arlp from Hot Springs. Va., to deliver the oration, Trwedlng tlio cvrenionle.., at. Fort Oree park a brilliant parado wan witnessed by uiany thoimand.s. New York, Nov. After nunc than century of ngitailou y mdl rldirJs and organizations, bones rcp rwenung approximately l.V,Uil) "martyrs'' of the. Revolutionary war, who died on (ho prison ship "Jeney" nd other lessor vessels in Wullabout bay. Brooklyn, lie nt laht In a fit llngly marked Initial plan., for which tho government, New York Mate and hundreds if Indlvldnali mado contributions. An , Imposing Dorlo column of granite, I'To f. ct blgh, surmounted by a funeral urn and flagstaff, rloes ahovo tho tomb at Fort Greene park, rtrooklyn. and It dedication ...

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. — 19 November 1908

THE VVEIiKLY HERALD NOVEAlliliR 19, l)08 PANHANDLE IS WILLING Southern Representation in Congress POLK STREET New Law To Free French Wives ' Texas Legislator Proposes Sixteen Agricul tural Schools For the State ItepresMtatlvs E. C. Calnfj of Comanche couuty, a member of the text leitslatore, (bia announced that he will Introduce an ad provldlar; for th establishment of an agricultural h hool la every concessional district la Texas. Tho Dally Panhandle hope Mr. Oanle will succeed (a convincing of the Texa solo us thut such would be 'worth' more to Texas than ono plecfl of lejlslatlon that they could create, rtcl UfUj development of Ike agricultural possibilities jf Texas would carry tba state oat to future greatness. "Clvillxat lu M'kIiih and mtx with tl plow1 paid a distinguished Texan of earlier day. And that furf wn Barer or cluarly aura than now. The plow In a mlnbty oihT for success, oapeclaJlr I'aahandja steam plows tutting fifteen feet m a atretch. and running by night as well...

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. — 19 November 1908

rtrrrrT-., THE WEEKLY HERALD NOVEMBER 19, loOO W"' ii"iri)ini'v RAitCIS HENEY WELL Lawyer Vlc'toi of Ex-Conv!Gts Bullet Passes C.mlortable associated Press. Sau Francisco, Cal., Nov. 17. At 3 o'clock thin morning It wan re ported from the Lane hospital tlnit Attorney Francis J. Heney had passed a comfortable night. No un favorable bjmptoms have developed. Sao Francisco, Nov. 17. With the same precautious as yeitcrday to prevent disturbance or nnrin to the defendant, the trial of Abraham Kurf on a charge of bribery was resumed today, The first move of tho prosecution today was to flla affidavits counter to those filed toy tho defense yes terday In support of a motion for a change ot venuo. Th prcocutiou'a affidavits de clare there exists no reason why Ruet cannot be assured a fair and Impartial trial In Sw Francisco. ROUND ABOUT THIS CITY (From Tueaday'a Dally.) Visiting Parenta Mmes. Ray Wheat ley and Cbarlca A. FWk, Jr., left yesterday aftarnooa for Shcr .roan, where they will be t...

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. — 19 November 1908

:-v 1 r-r- a'inn-rr-r i - y v vi ii i' I ' - y i n i 11 - - THE WEEKLY HEARLD NOVEHBER ig 1908 f.XCIIANUK COMMENT Tb MUaiu County Enterprise (ualddU East Texas) luu another Cue, coming. It ays; "W. P. Psrker. of UenArnold, ro turned Monday from Lubbock, Texas, wbero lie had. bet a to make arrange ment Jo uiovo there, about Recem ber 1. Mr. Faiker seemi to bo car ried away with that country. It may aa a good country but o fed urc li ran not com J1' with It rand old Mllaui, and o would not bo sur priced to see Mr. raiker an( hlit family bark In Milam county within a year." Westsrn rilot fHlgglnsJ: It in rAtlmatad that Texan nan planted to alfalfa something like one hundred thousand acre, with an estimated Increase this year of about twenty five thousand acre. And yet there are gome "Ignoramuses" who aay that alfalfa run not be successfully rrown In Texas. Ran Angelo Standard: The aug gem Ion of the Atlanta Conatltutloo Chat If Nebraska senda Bryan to the senate, Tie will be known aa "...

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. — 26 November 1908

rtiipffmvrwt .tVK,'''l'',l W"'"r11 . ... t- ..? -tYM i . 4 raid '()L. XXIII. AMARILLO, TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26 1903 NO. 48 ig Steamship Sinks at New York jj Hays Loses Great Footrace to Dorando ' 1 1 Week! y ROOSEVELT Pays Tribute lo the Gray and the Blue at Unveiling of Splendid Monument to Sheridan at Washington Glfy Washington, Nov. 2.V- With mili tary pompt an( spleiidor an heimc Maine of Onrr.il I'hilii Henry Sheridan whs unveiled in ih.s. city today. Tho president o( tin- I'nit-r-i States an, members . f the iabi nel, thn diplomatic mrps, jiisticci, of tho mpreiiio on ri of tho l.'nltcd stales, senators, rf'pv.M'Ht at ivcs iu congress, vlcntn. (if ill Civil war and many other iii oin.ri' n t in of f it lifo m well as .1 large con course of Miiz'Mi.i i tc present. Thousands of soldiers of the regular iu my and of tho national guard and 1'nit'M Slates marines and bluejack et:! from the navy, were assembled as a tribute to tin' dashini; soldier (if tin1 civil war whose effig...

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. — 26 November 1908

THE WEEKLY HGARLD NOVEHBER 26, 1905 RISE AND History of One OVrlMrn for the Ainarlllo (Te.) pally Panhandle.) t The attempted assassination of Special 1'iosriiiiliij Attorney Francis ,f.' lleni'y In court room at Sao Francisco during tbe third trial of Boh Abraham Iluef. tbe boodlcr and grafter, nod tlie Mutcldc In bla cell o( Morris Haas, an ex-convlct who had ijuallfled an a Juror iu the Ruef trial, and ho Honey hd exposed, brings vividly to mind one ot the most co Icmsal schemes of municipal boodllng which wan ever hatched and carried to a dramatic finish. For the .benefit of Dully Panhan dlo renders a review ot this dark blHtory l given. "Thin Is bow It happened : Some years ago union labor In San Francisco became a powerful force in the Hie of the city. All Unci of work were in strong organization, and Included, an It docs today, every trade and niHiiy no-trade classes. The Hut Include everything from school teHcberi down to the dlsli w abhors union, and oven lower than (hat, t...

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. — 26 November 1908

... ......... TTTR WEEKLY HRRALD NOVEMBER 26, I0O8 WHITE WOMAN ASSAULTED BY NEGRO "jwn nny,,"'-'n of the cote. rinri' l,','" M. f'l"'' J""!.!'!!! of Anniiillo, hut living Klk ri,v' nK1" h'M''' u" f r 1mhJ h In Anuii'lllo and rotm rn,,n,r-v- AtMed In Gowpen at Hor iwar Indio, Texas, Lasl Evenns oi' A iWiRfilT nt. SO.", Flllmoro fP,.ji Mra. Hitnpsun. Ii .Mc.Nfla H. I.. I.Hnc, iep- flna a Fort ffllim onccrn, nut Jig at l ort wnnil, wa cann latter city !'iiin Amarlllo cr- aftnrtioun by a nif an- idng tlii- death of Ins mother. ).Hn is well l.nuM'ii In Ainn havlng made thin ywUovy for ml,r of yoaiv. ASSAILANT CAPTflREDl"; (he nt. Rushed From the Vicinity znP . Talk ot Moll is Rife nor of Guwt Miss Whitoomh Ulnod Informally IbkI evening hie resldonce. No. fin) Pierre irt, In honor of bir ".nest, Mi Wlthey, of Ohldlress. A mini- lady friend were In attend- fp. Ono distinct feature or in" jiiir was the absence of the t ?rii -sex. The 1 n f 1 1 f were served with frcshincuts and game wert in...

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. — 26 November 1908

THE WEEKLY HEARLD NOVEHBER 26, 1905 -n"T il iv.. i1 THE WEEKLY HERALD rubllihed weekly on Thursdays it lf rolk 8trt.t, Amarlllo, Texas. Df r. E. DOKSE.N. Entered at the Postofflce at Amir Illo, Textii, as second class inll nat ter. Jffklal Organ of Cllf of Amarlllo and i'ottrr County ADVERTISING RATES. Plsplsy SOo per Inch each Insertion. Locals 10o per loch each Iniertlon. SUBSCRIPTION 11.09 PER YEAR. The Herald will cease coming to jrnu when your time expires uuieas we are authorized to coDtlnue It. Should anv auhiu'rlhnr fill to re ceive The Herald regularly, tilttase aavise us at once Dy cara or phone. Any errors reflecting upon the character, atandlog or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Herald win be gladly corrtetea ipon its being brought te the at tntlon of publishers. THURSDAY, NOV. 26, 1908. KXCHANOK COMMENT The following Is from the pen of Enaator Boh Taylor; '"I would ratk r fill my putha with money and keep lt gates aja...

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