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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 17 December 1908

f f ' f - i t Weekly Herald VOL. XXIII. AMARILLO. TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17 1908 NO. 51 9 $'t ' The Governor Would Use Militia to "Keep the Lid VENEZUELAN MADDENED' POPULACE IN WILD WAGE AT CAPITAL President's Pictures From Public Places And Tear Them to Pieces-Ruler Now in Germany-May Never Return to His Country negro bured ii Ell fa H2T:-J, Arms and Feel Burned Fro.il Body in Gclorsda as. orjatrd Yto'T-. Pueblo. C ilo., Iicf. I fi --John Ir- colored. -tiJ'l. '.l HI till' M itir- 1 p ! ,1 n t (it ill'1 Colorado I'lic! (run 1 -unii any,' of this city, was in M;i 11 1 h killed 11 ml his bend, arm anil l. 'I outned off I od.i y wild) a hl.'iHt '.'urn.LCc burned out, poti t i n h ii'i'iiiii if un-liko inciiil (ivfi- tho I rii 1 !i along. bio which li'vln, with two fellow workers wcro wrU 1 tip. The men dlh I r i n made a n almost in 1 1 ;i'ii lons escape In In was hurled In the molten me fil rfiil it required two hours to pot the body out. collector dowe's cam;. Washington, Dec, 1 i...

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. — 17 December 1908

V THE WEEKLY HEARLD DECEHBER 17, 1908 WMtKJTj'WiyiUar iniiiuunp limy yymviWMU'j ww Hiflwnr- MUST FREE PASTURES OF CATTLE TICKS OR STOP SHIPPING THEIR LIVE STOCK 'f; i I A "Old! Bagpby" 39 Q E realize the fact that some people, in fact a great many, think very little and purity of whiskey, when buying, just so that they get it at a low plenty of low priced whiskeys, as low as $2,20 per gallon, but this is not that we advocate. key that he will give us another order. THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST IN THE LONG RUN and that is what wc wish to impress on your mind, and will prove it to your entire satisfaction, if you will give us a chance. We have two brands of whiskey that we know are as fine and pure as any that ever came out of the state of' Kentucky, the home of fine whiskey. The two whis keys that wc have reference to, are "OLD BAGBY' Nelson County, Kentucky, Bottled in Bond 8 Year Old Whiskey and "OLD DARLING", 6 Years Old in Bond. These two Whiskeys are absolutely pure and unadulterate...

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. — 17 December 1908

, 1 tfOURIAN COMES, SEES, BUT NOT ABLE TO ABSORB !en to Task by Magazine Writer for Vapid Criticism of Panhandle THE: WUI-KLV MliRALD DECEMBER ,17 IpOS nt wa when ili nrii. (,f the nndlo tio on Hi" ii.'ii nsu u i(. Inr, advci.-e 1 u!i ..in (,i 11, in ili'.v by iuili i.;uiil 1 and iiu v .. hero lit:,; liter,, over the 1'iiilCit w 11 .1 ev. n 111 our own Uilo, .t tlrim, llOvVcvei, Im,, li.ipjilly m-J, Tli0 meat plain iiu ili'U'ltiji luto such u pi.i; peiou , "i-iupiie," lusiru.. iiifi man.v, luiiiomls owiu In number, aii I ili KiHiu e o acute, lo n-rur,. land in this rills legion, I hill I lie pioneers (Hill il 01 her HiuonK us hii how nuap aelr finger m the mini who sen up . weak wuil regarding tho groat I'an limdlo. Criticisms B-.-.slnt this re- ( Ion ar0 noticed no oulv In a i pirit f humor. The it l.ti if the Pan handle tun nit at ease uad read such ktntf without a ruffled feeling, as liii'HH rrilliUuii r0 niuillar to pel lets rat tlliiii ualum ,1 stone wall -thoy imy in u U fun f...

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. — 17 December 1908

r IT ' 'W ' V 1 THE WEEKLY HEARLO DECEnBER 17. THE WEEKLY HERALD "i Published weekly en Thursdays at lit Polk Street, Amarlllo, Texas. By r. E. BOESEX. Entered t the Poatofflce at Amar lllo, Texas, as secoad class mail mat Ur, Official Orgaa mt CUy of Aninrllle ud Fetter County ADVERTISING RATES. Display 20o par loco each Insertion. Locals lOe per lock each insertion. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER YEAR. The Herald will resse coming to you when your time expires unless ,ws arc authorised to continue It. Should any subscriber (all to ra csive The Herald regularly, iileaae ad via ua at one by card or tele phone. hAracter, standing or resutitloB, of any person. Xirin or corporatloo which may appear In the coltmss of The Herald will be gladly corrected upon its being brought te the at tention of publishers. THUKSDAY,kDEC. 17, 1908. ir w EXCHANGE COMMENT . Gainesville Register: Would it net be a good idea for the Democratic part to trade off IU mul, for a thoroughbred oolt, that will be ready t ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 17 December 1908

1 I THE WEEKLY HERALD DECEMBER ,17 1 018 5 U 1 ' K W in noosn i:ir mimikmh AT CAVll, KI ( x D.tiniTi "(Vrlftln f )im." Will Hf )twhf Willi l.llir; suiiN If Washington. I. C, Ijit, l.-'lt ihey ran b rt'ii clif r for criminal li M. I shall try to lu Hinu ron. li ed," miM President KuoMvelt In flieaMiU ycHtenliiy ultiM-nnun whom ' lll()h AlllCI I' HIIh ll( liavi- le'i'll guilty f Infaiiinus fulM'liood urn cevnlnK thp hi itiinii luu uf tun prop erty Mini tlie coiihi ruiiiou of iln l'n ni nia canal liM'If. "I li.ue felt lli.il in inure import nl M'i vli could b,. remleri J to country than I lie ijiiihlniK in tho Panama tanal lieiween ili0 A'liuit.'r Hii( I'urlilc, a li ( niie iIiiiik inn proud ef In nniiioi tlnn with Un building of that hi nal Is thai Hiere lllia not hern a It'ililuati' e;i iisi fur Hi hr. alii of Ki iimlal oniici li d wiili siiy fen in n of pro ocdliiKs. 'o lime ran Id lie tidliaiii''il (if only one .ei of A in,,i I' UiM in ronncci ion with the Imildiiii; of the canal, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 17 December 1908

e 4 , v i , 1 r-W t" if,- v. ' r - Lt- t y ' Wr J THE WEEKLY HEARLD DECEHBER n GREATER CHAISE WEEKLY NOONDAYLUNeHMAYBECOHEFEATUREl Heretofore Busy Lillle Organization to be Broadened, to be Incorporated, to Occupy More Pretentious Quarters and to Reach Out For More and Larger Results Meeting Saturday Night Most Successful I lie Turin Chamber of Commerce of (lint I'l-cafer . mai'illu novf In llu building, "HI be of far iiiuri' irt(cn( ion, proportion Hum ihnt huny and cffciihc little organization (lint lum done u unit li I'or din riljr heretofore. Tlicr- fact were ilclci tiilnc t it t u general meeting of (he Chunihcr Salulilny ctcnliig. A committee roiiipoNftl of Ipi, II. II, Morrow, It. I.. Strliigfcllow, Will A. Miller, Jr., mill tun . Murr wan uiiliiti'il In m-cuip iiitr( ci adequate to the need of the orgun- liiiinn In IN rejuvenated form, un nil of iln Incidental development mill growth. I '1" work, '' puM-il (in tint committeemen In one of recognlcil Importance. They are In ti...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 17 December 1908

vr-TT FIRST PICTURE OF LINCOLN HEMORIAL ERECTED ON SPOT WHERE HE WAS BORN 'K VV:1V.AW;;i:rfelA y."ri'.-' j rVlv.i.'--.H; K;. jSI Tl.(. pi.iuif r.pro(l.i,rl IipitwIiIi mmlo from the first pliotoKrnpli cvrr taken of the Abraham Un- oln mt'iimriiil cmtel on the farm nrr llo.ln.-nsvillr. Ky., and on the exact upot where Lincoln an horn. Th,. memorial wh built nilirrly by popular siib-crlpHon throuKli the effort of the Lin ,oln Farm a-o. latlon. of whM. (lovei nor Joseph W. FoJk of Miaaouri la prealdent. Th memorial Miurtuie cover tlie littlt cabin where Lincoln flint mw the llRht of day February 12, l0O. On the one lumtlre.hh unnlverMM-y of that date, whic ocenra next February, elaborate dedication ceremonies ill be held on occasion. t '.' - i 1 - i I'OTTOW.VIO.MIFS LAST CHIEF. Survivor 0t Illustrious Indians Leads Life of i'lithetlc Loneliness . From tli(. Detroit Free Tress: Hat tie Creek, Mich. A unique character Ik Fhlaeaa Pamp-to-pee, tlio last chlof of the Poltowatomles, who resid...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 17 December 1908

'7 r - I ' 1 THE WEEKLY HEARLD DECEIBER i7, 1905 I ... - -km-.. t. r X" NEWS OF THE RAILROAD WORLD Interesting Gossip in and Around Amarillo I3y Special Contributor '1'ialn uiii:l -r S ii i .. r ha returned (i.itii h trip lit Missouri, where hu v iii tiiii'iniuncH ul tonipuiiy Ltl ;.;i:n, i'i lui t itr p. J. Lovny hiii laid ' ': uuill nrtcr holidays. Kli .. '.r'i l:. u.i liU t un. i i iiil.i. iur M. S, Jiuyer hH been i.!. "Mil liy Conductor Moiitfuil ant Hcmr Ihih In turn bumped June .'iiioik "If t Liu local. C mid in tor Mctirory Iuih r I u ni im (nun Hit exli'li Jvil vacation and him WW-ii mm of ti" "o Incut runt botwcoti Amaiillo HI) J Cloviii, On account nt 1. 1 at It lu buklnes three mora chain gang crews have boon tak i ii off, making itivcn can taken uut of service lately. George II. Saunders, tralnmaater t Chlllltot.ho, 111., has In on appoint ed tranmavitrr Ht Arkansas City, Kan., succeeding W. H. Fldlor, a algntd to other fiutlos. II. , Mil aon, trainmaster tt Marrcllno, M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 24 December 1908

. he Weekly r tt tl AMAR1LL0, TEXAS, TMURSDAV. DECEMBER 24 1908 NO, VOL. XXIII. G0MPE1S AND MITCHELL SENTENCED Missouri Supreme Court Decision LABOR II It-! NOTE STOVE Supreme Court of District of Columbia Gives Gom pers Twelve Months, Mitchell Nine Months and Morrison Six Months &MOc)atd Pre: 8. Washington, Dec. iM. Ttu- fam- ou contempt case of Itic Burks Stove A Range coinpuny apiinst President Gompers, Vice President Mitchell and Secretary Morrison of the Amer ican Federation of Labor, was de cided today by Just ice Wright of the supreme court of the District of Co lumbia, adversely to the federation officials. Gompers nas sentenced to twelve months imprisonment, Mitchell was sentenced to nine months and Morri son six months. The case grew out of an alleged boycott of the company's products and the putting of that company on the unfair list and the federation's alleged violation of Judge Gould's recent mandamus has attracted wide attention. The Buck company's prosecution of ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 24 December 1908

THE WEEKLY HEARLD DECEHBER 24, 1905 in? hi "Old ti o, . y i i S A : n f E realize the fact that ana pimty 01 wnisjcey. vnen buying, just so that they get it at a low plenty of low priced whiskeys, as low as $2.20 oer p-allon. hut thi is not- that wc advocate. key that he will give us another order TUB BEST IS THE THE LONG RUN and that is what we wish to impress on your mind, and will prove it to your entire satisfaction, if you will give us a chance. We have two brands of whiskey that we know are as fine and pure as any that ever came out of the state of Kentucky, the home of fine whiskey. The two whis keys that we have reference to, are "OLD BAGBY", Nelson County, Kentucky, Bottled in Bond 8 Year Old Whiskey and "OLD DARLING", 6 Years Old in Bond. These two Whiskeys are absolutely pure and unadulterated, A great many peo ple have an idea that one whiskey is as good as another, just so that it is Bottled in Bond. This is a mistaken idea, The green stamp on the bottle neck is placed ...

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. — 24 December 1908

THE WEEKLY I1EARLD DECEHBER 24, 1908 TSJB GREAT PANHANDLE WELCOMES J. J. HILL, EMPIRE BUILDER Acquisition by Railroad I and Denver, Road to This Rich Region Great interest wag njanlfqted in Aroarllio Saturday, nnd continues to be the tulle of mot Importance, when v'loi.iilv I'.inhiiMllf. announced in li'i Associated press dispatches the nn'( lirc ,f ihf Colorado &. .-ouihcrii railroad .i;.ieni by .lumea .1. Illl! iiiid his associates, 'J'lio Bur- liogion, Hills grout roud. absorbs tht Colorado & Southern system, fthlih imiudo the Fort. Worth b Vnur. lly ihls stroke Hill I'i'ai ill ally tird toKclbur I hu greut world orte of Seattle ou tho Pacific noilhwcM, Ml) Oriental depot, Hl)d ir.th est on on th" Atlantic, noti t iieast. a European depo'. H" doe.s Hill pet Into Galveston i ifie pun base t tlio. Colorado & Southern, an Fori WoitU J the. southern terminus of. the Bystom, wifiiiliisl.v7 Is a question now being asked. The answer If, that he Col "ad0 SoiUhorn and th" Hock...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 24 December 1908

4 THE WEEKLY HEARLD DECEflBER 24, 1908 THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursday ft 1 rollc Street, Amarillo, Teiaa. nr r. e. hoesen, Entered at tbc Toitortlce at Amir (Mo, Texas, as seco&d clasi tuall nat ter. Official Organ of CHf of Amarlllo and Potter Count ADVERTISING RATE3. plsplay 20c per lord each Insertion. I.ocala 10c par loch each InHerlloo. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER TEAR. Tha Herald will caasa coming to jou when your time oxplrea iiulesi e are authorlxed to continue It. Should any aubacrlber (all to re ceive The Herald regularly, pleane advls ua at once by. card or tele phone. Any erron reflecting upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation whkh may appear In the cclu'nna of Tbo Herald will be glodly corrected upon Its being brought te the at- tntlon of publUheri. THURSDAY, DEC. 24, 1908. n ' ' EXCHANGE COMMENT . McKlnney Courler-(a.ette: If thu Thtrty-Ilrat legislature ;wanti to go down In history a th very bent there was ever, lo...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 24 December 1908

! THE WEEKLY HERALD DTCEMBER 24, I0O8 I'I'umc kai.i:. J I will tiHI ul public iiik'IIoii t my eslde.nct), S mile .M t.1. of Aiiiiiilllo, mlloa went of Washburn, eoinuii'iir ir at J: 30 p. in., h liurji. in v niirc Do Of llOI'ftTS, tllllllM, (IIWS, ho-s i!:(piic ss7, w-l-p COTTON fiKV.D. Cuke, Meal and llnllx. (ii't our (irlt'cs In-fore buying, Kit fl it- ('urn. Mnlo, Cnin mid Mlllf. Si'i'd; ret our nrren before nclllnu. M-mlnu inipltuniMiis, honyHioM uoods it uin 11V vim m nnrn ith ... ,, - l In- above. Ka fly f; vain &. Iluv Co,, -!)W- in s j. SWISH Kit. SAI.K fnw (-iltctkod ( n- Ar, H'Ml Hole, of wM tnnlf. fur iiirlllo Inform? propeiiy, ,' winootli jinn land, J. S. I.lttlo, lino ll.ii rison, Aniuillio, TY. Ot'fliy h 11 (I Ware-WANTKI)- riowins in iniy amount from :'i)0 lines up; inn brnli 60 to Til acres u l:o . Slain prlco will pay and Im-wiun. Addrcbn hox 762. Amarillo, Texas. " -2p PLANS AFOOT TO BUILD CLUB HOME FOB AMARILLO BOYS Anti-Cfgaretfe Mass Meeting Develops Much En...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 24 December 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD DECEMBER 24, I9O8 YOUNG MEN'S BU8INKSS CLlll COMKS INTO 11F.IXC1. Luy Youths Sign riedge U Abstain From Cigarettes m1 Tobacco la General, More thaa 00 youth brtweca the ge t aadi Jit, wrra rernt je. trdsy atoraooa la tlio nias mrru lug la U First llaptUt chnrrh and signed tin anti-tobacco pledge. The ateeUBg was la charge of Dr. Dora Martin, the anil-cigarette nil' slonara. Dr. SfartJa tolj of her work With the Amarllla ncliools, of the rare iromUa for tlio Yoang Men u Ruslnrsfl club la this city, and Um splendid oatlook for a higher and grander moral plane among the buy. Dr. Martin wan at her bout in the meeting, and mud ono of the most helpful addressed from the boy ,fandpoint perhaps ever heard In I hi It), i A', II. Kuquua, chairman of th executive committer, outlined Uie work incident to (lift appointment of the committee of which bo 1m chair man. It wan dated that each of the churches will have a man in I ha work nd that under direction of Ihlg row 11 ill too...

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. — 24 December 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD nrC"vnnR loOfl i IN MIIMOUIVM, Many poi'Muis hi Ainanlli who Kiuw mid udiulnil lilni li.iriii.l with i egret of thu (Ii'iiili (i luil ('urry ul lircuhaiu. ,1ml;'. win coiiniy J 1 1 I . i( v.i county lit tin' tinii' (if lit ii. liinnion death, lil wan sudden, 1 1 't of Mrs. Can ! (leii- wan ;i broth- !.!' uiul Mi.i Sildio t'lll'ly ul' ladles hn. tn, Alliil.'illll, mil llll'KO ilio Know tlir noble f ii ii r.'ti 1 1 r of j i.n'ii' ili'i'itr fi 1 i f 1 1 1 . Aiiiuiu' the uvliy new .(paper alt!, les of 1 h i r.'.itli lip' folio lui; ! i ii iii a lii'i'iiliain i ai"l' is lal.cn , "Wlii'ii ini' inli il. ;i'iiii i' 'f t ! m:iu !i,i .In. K i , col! nr Ju l. f v.i 'iniiy. Iiml t J ! . I moI !' 1 3 1 v fla-ln , I'. Cur- ! li'l'.'to'i l lit lii.J ; .ii.i.' o:i V, i . I M.i'.u ' . :"iils . i i Ii.i I I I ivv !o:i T'i" w ;n'. I IlilAill',' ,'i,. 1 1 1 . . . i : : ';. ! of t'i- ,i : i r. I .! j : licet, hi-i 1 1 ' I ' I IX- I'. .1 I : - I .'oil 'l.clll i , ill Willi ll I'." II ll...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 24 December 1908

' PIUMITIVH MAN'S IDEA op the i mvkrm:. In '"' . The, r)y tpeculatlon about the form ol tbe universe and the position of tb earth In t form ft niOHt Inter eating phase ct the elf ration of sden Itlflo thought, la the speculations I we find the germ of modern aatroo tomy, jibyslcs anil chemistry, and they are therefore north, serious ntudy A irlef discussion of theso primitive idea la contained la an artUIo con tributed to the Itevuo Selentlflquo (Paris, Octobor 51), by Juloa Bageret. Cays this writer: "We may rccontttruct, In Imagina tion, the earth as primitive nan con reived It, If ire ar able to divest our winds of all acquired notion, The earth Is a plain of indefinite extent, on which Tests on Immense anlld dome, the nky. The sun, the moon, and the stars follow thj surface of Ibla dome and bury themselves In tbe ground whence they have emerged at a point opposite to that of their disappearance. Thla evidently Indi cates Ian existence of opening cotu rnunlt.sllng with ft subterr...

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. — 31 December 1908

ry-f v r ''" rKi '' iyiinni n'yyf ft f Tf T T r -y jtyr tnrr ti V tie VOL. XXIII. AMARILLO. TUXAS, THURSDAY, Dl-CIiMBER 31 1908 NO. 53 TE R "BRAU S ONE OF MOST TENS OF THOUSANDS OF LIVES LOST IN AWFUL CATACLYSM Thousands of Bodies Lie Beneath Ruins In Many Towns Human Loot Dead, Dying and Living Fife Adds More Terror Associated Press, . Home, Dec. 21). The disaster in tho province of Calabria and Island f Sicily today assumed staggering proportions. Each successive report from I lie ttrirken region makes it more appar ent Unit (lie first l 1 H ies of llic wide vproad destruction were little If any Cmggrrated. Messina alone reports 12,000 vic tims, hut it fit feared this is only a piirtiul list of tho dcnil anil wounded. Report we coming In from oilier (owns giving estimates . of the uV4 I heroin from ."00 up ! several thou sand. Heggio still rcniHiiis in isolutioii. It 1 impossible lo gel word from the Mriikcn rlty and silence gives rise lo the most foHi'ful apprehenslop. TIDAL WAVE...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 31 December 1908

V THE WEEKLY HEARLD DECEHBER 31, 1908 . x, J ?! t " r , 4 , J.,0. niDIIIGS GOES TO FAMILY REUNION ;l.Vrr.FlVK.YEAR-OLD BOX TO GHKKT K I X KT V-Y K A R-OM) MOTHER AT HO.NUAM, ' J. D. Riding, himself mor than J5 yoara o( age, loft Wednesday ac- ompanlwl by hit son, Joe Rldlna, 'or Donbam, Texas, to visit bis rao'h ir, who ) now 94 yian old, b'U itlll hale and hearty. Mr. Rldloea ms not seen Ma mother 'or nlnj rears, and was happy aa a at boolboy over a holiday or a flxhlnj trip to bn so situated that be could gladden Ibe heart of bis aged parent by tl'.n visit, He was Joined by a brother at Bowie en route, whom bo has not seen for a period of twenty years The family originally consisted of ten children, of which number seven jet lh and wcrB present at the reunion that has been planned for the pnt few weeks. One of the brothers 1b ten years older tban Mr. Ridings of thla rlty, while one la Uu years younger. The family has been widely separated and the fnmlly reunion at Donham Is an eve...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 31 December 1908

. ..,,.... ...... t the vvuhkly iihrald December 31, 1003 j 1 nBrcesl&ri2R0AB-WcRbi- 1 ( (From Saturday's Dally.) The following Interesting address run delivered befor,. the eleventh Biennial convention of I ho Brother hood of I.oromoilvo Firemen unl Fnglm-mcn by II. F. Youlium, chair man of tbo ejocutlvo committee Jtuck Uland-Frlsco lines; 1 am an cuiploo ami glad to meet with you as such. Wo 'have a coiii- niou Interest, flood times for tho railroads moan. Rood Units foe us all. Bad times lor tb0 ruilroads nieaubud Units lor us all. No good can come to this country huu the hands of tho clock are at war with tuo dial, or when any part of tho general ma chinery of our b octal life i out of harmony 'with its other parts. To ucccej -we must work together. la talking to you 1 roalizo that you represent 70,000 locomotive firemen ynbo generate tlio power which moves th. traffio of the railroads of tho nation, and that bard times has re sulted In a large number of your membership bein...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 31 December 1908

"'rt"i"ry' THE WEEKLY MEARLD DECEHBER 31, 1908 f Hi V'M ... -. ,'"il"'v... i . . v ) 'V ( THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursdays at til Folk Street, Amarlllo, Texas. Br p. e. noESK.v. Entered at the Fostofflcs tt Amir lllo, Texas, M second claei tnall mai- ter. Official Organ ot City of AmrUIo nd Putter Count ADVERTISING RATES. Display 20o per Inch eea Insertion. Locals 10o per inch each Insertion. subscription ti.oo per year. The Herald will cease coming to you when your time expiree unless we are authorized to continue 11. Khoniit nv aubarrlber (all to re ceive The Herald regularly, please advl us at once by card or wi phone. ' Any errors reflecting upon the character, standing or repuwtioa ol any person, flrin or corporation which may appear In the colons 01 The Horald will he giadiy currm. upon Us being brought te the afr tentlon of publishers. THURSDAY, DEC 31, 1908. it'-k v EXCHANGE COMMENT . Th enri worth Telegram de fends the court which sentenced Gom pers, Mitchell...

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