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THE D A I lV PANH ANDLR
Suits made to order, rit. workmanship
aar! material guaranteed. Cleaning, press
fag and repairing. 404 A Polk St., in real
of Imperial Barber Shop.
Phone 305 Amarillo, Tea
W. M. RICE.
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER
bffta Phono 192 onZZ?V"
Rat. Phono I
I BUV rua -a.
R. B. NEWCOME
BkftehM made, Blua Printing.
IftM of Moat Panhandle Contl
em, SO. 81 and) St. Canm Bldg.
fTO REAL ESTATE AGENTS
I hereby withdraw alt prices
given you on Real Estate
l. b. faus,
eR.m at at" sev as aav P a"! w
For Cement Walks, Street Crossing, and
ail ingi or neavy ann ngnt iirnc
Construction. Rea. phone os
; ; Residence 605 Monroe St.
309 Taylor Street Thone 8,s
O. C. ROQUEMORE
Haus and Specifications Furnished for
all clauses of work
I'hone 601 Room t.s, Carson Rldg
for All Occasions
I'hone 48, L. A. Hinmsn
Fhene SS, John Wood
Chak. 1. oettn. Pre
. w. BOSS. Seer
Amarillo Abstract Co.
Our work iaour best advertisement: '""TVV
guarantee to show all that the records
show: Been making Abstracts of Texas
titles for Eastern and Northern hiners of
Tesas realty mortgages for fourteen tears
l9dv fr.r,p"' haw ;o rfrtivV lhui inirllt-
' jrertlv. v none No. tj your net order.
. Ornce Bank of Commerce RutMing.
Aifcarillo Grain & Coal Co.
;i Polk Afreet.
Summer Tourist Rates
Chicarv. Kansas City, St.
Lotus. Memphis. Denver.
San rranotscn. St. Paul,
Buffalo and all important
resorts, in the Kast, West,
North and Southeast.
Lotv rates ilaily to James
town Expofiton. One wv
via. Niagara and New York
"ChKaeoasa Summer Re
sort." tioo'klfl. vnt free
THM. X. AlF.R
A. B. SPENCER
n. p. a.
When bought of
us you get bet
ter" value for
' Ckoic ef any Jot la to Famous
Ktlgbta Park Addition daring tha
epeattg ala It 110. on trmi cf
1 cash, balance ll.ea per week.
No taies. bo interest. The applira
tloas ara numbered from one up. if
o anaka roar appUatioo early yon
ari!l naturally get the best cbfiee
par 1an4 depirtmat open all day
1 He DENIT2 ft ISAACS.
Director of Experimental Farm
Gives Proof From Experl
eccB of Its Valua
The 'split log"1 drag, so called' be
cause the- first drags of the kind
were made from log of tha proper
size and length, flnda a warm, sup
porter In A. H. Leldigh, dlrector'of
the Amarillo experimental farm 'of
the department of agriculture. In
a letter to the Daily Panhandle to
day, Mr. Leldigh glvea the following
convincing proof of the drag's worth
from actual experience here:
Hare loed Drag Two Yearn. ;'
"For two eeaeona we have used
a road drag on the moat used roads
on the experimental farm. The una
of the drag will he kept up and ex
tended and we will use It while the
ground la Juat drying after a rain.
! had hoped to get good results
from the drag on account of the
aoll here, but as we have only used
II. a little and on roads frequently
crossed by plot.-s and disk. Jnd have
gotten excellent results I now think
It time to call attention to this meth
od of overcoming I he mud troubles
which are so well known In this re
gion. Ilrag Costa 3.10.
"The drag is well known In jthe
North and East and will be Just as
ell liked here when it is once tried.
Our draft ot $2.10 to make, and
covers seven feet of road with two
horses Ht each passage. It is so
made that it brings some dirt to
tho center r.f the road and thus keeps
a good crown on the part fost used
The main thing done by the drag is
to puddle and compart the surface
soil, thm causing it to bake and
brdn w hn drying and this not, only
gives a good road for travel but.
also turns the water better when it
rains and the road will therefore dry
fltiirfcer and cut. np Tinder travel
much leas as the process Is repeated.
Ised While Road Is Wei.
"To get results the drag has to
he ued while the road is wet and
we hae thought that it does well
hero an soon as a rain has dried tip
just enough to give a little dry soil
In places so that the dirt will not
stick too bad to the drag.
"The drag ought to he an excel
lent tool for the Amarillo streets,
but It has to he used w hen the streets
are wet so as to cause baking. Yours
truly. "A. H LEIDIGH. Supt."yi
CORN FOR GASH
$1.00 per Ear for Indian t orn.
JSO per Head for Kaffir Cora.
..VI per Hd for Mllo Maic.
I will pay atrve price for twenty
ears of th bett sample of Indian
torn and 60 cent per hejd for twen
ty hradi of the best sample of kaf-
f . r corn and mtlo malie delivered
at my office tn the Carson bulldihg.
J Amarillo, TcxaA. on or briore Sep
ttemher ;R. jjn;. and on that day
!( 2 o'clock p. 111 all samples will
I be passed upon by a disinterested,
ex(eiiened per.-on wno nwj be se
lected by the exhibitors en the day
jabot mentioned. Sept. 2$. 1907.
) All samples must ee labeled, stat
ing the name of th person who
rlfed the corn snd his p'ace of res
idence, which must b north of the
touth llne of the following coun
ties: Deaf Smith. Rsndall. Arm
strong. Donley and Collinsworth, in
the Panhandle cf Texa.-i.
This Is for the purpoie of securing
'some creditable samples of corn
I products raised tn the Panhandle
,of Texas for exhtMtK-n a? the Great
I International torn exhIMtlon to be
hel1 at the Co!oeum n the ilty of
Chicago October 5 to 19 Inclusive.
1911. Therefore. I hr the growers
of corn products wi'SIn the territory
mentioned win re;ue the Immense
indirect beneft this exhibit may be
to the entire peorie of the Pan
haad and furatfti a liberal supply
of samp'es. And to further expla'a
this object I quote extral from
lever received from the Capital Free
hold Lasl fc investment Co. Ltd.
! "At this etrontlen his copany
ifcaa arriegd for a booth deeo'ttel
ity the im partts to deccra.a
the exposition and In which decora
tion Fanhandla rnalx produ'ta are
to be, used, a ndj there Is to be lorated
at 1 his booth some intelligent prac
tical Texan who will provlda and fur
nish Information as to the virtues of
tha' Panhandle .to such farmers or
Investors who attend the exposition
and are desirous of obtaining Infor
mation relative to that section of the
United Slates. To successfully carry
out this scheme. It requires more
than the efforts of ono party, and It
is with a view of scouring your co
operation that-we address you."
From this you will observe the
placing of this exhibit offers great
jppdrtunUies Very respectfully, '
- If. 0. SANBORN7.
f 115,fMK),0OO Bond Issne.
Special .o Dafly panhandle.
New York.'.' Aug. 37. Great In
terest Is manifested on Wall street
in the. proposed '"113. 000,000 boud
Issue of the St' Louis & San Fran
cisco Railroad jorrtpany, which will
be autborlaed at' a flieeiing of 'the
stockholders today. The Issue will
be composed' of general Hen 15 and
20 year gold bonds, the interest on
which Is not to exceed 5 per cent
Of the -total amount 7,8tS.00n
will be reserved to retire and re
fund lmnda and Ootes-maturing dur
ing the next forty-five years. Only
llO.ftOO.rio'n 'will he issued during
the next two years for improve
ments and. additions, while the bal
ance of ,37.1,84,000 can be Issued
only after June- 1, 10!. to finance
variolas'- cipitsl " requirements. ' As
buf $7.!2.V9W in nfttes and no
bonds mature between now and
June 1. lnn. it. iippc-srs that the
next two yeara-. only $17,125,000 of
the new bonds will b issued.
The stockholders will also author
lite an Increase of $100,000,000 In
common rtock. This is merely a
lormali'y. s under the Missouri
laws the authorised dM cannot ex
ceed the authorised stock-.
Collateral to he redeemed by the
road from tlmev1o 'time , includes
$424,000 Orange " Northwestern
bonds, $170,000 Beaumont. Pour
Lake ft Western bonds. $2.80,000
Ozark & Cherokee Central bonds and
$100,000 Muskogee City Bridge "com
pany bonds. ,. ,.
Tha Printing, Prass.
The mos useful all round intention
to humanity :tha;frr!nrrng"-1rss.
Generations age some philosopher said.
"In the world Ibefe Is nobbing great
but man. and in man there is nothing
great but mjud." That is to say. while
there are many great things, the aTeat
est la mind. 'It is by and through his
intellect that man has risen to the
mastery of tha planet, and whatever
sharpens the Intellect at the same time
advances the world's civilization. This
the printing- press has done as nothing
else has done, nr.d therefore to the
printing press belongs the honor of
being the most useful all round inven
tion known to man New York Ameri
can. ' '
Origin of "HurreM"
The history of msny a race may he
read in Its bBttlorrv. The "Banrsir
of t!ie Japanese, Die "Fagbaghballsh"'
of the Irish and otir own ' Hurrah?'
have found their origin far back In
Although many authorities hare de
clared that the word "hurrah" Is a de
velopment of the Jewish "hoaannab.H
the consensus of opinion new is that it
la a corruption of the ancleut battle
cry of the wild Norsemen. "Tur ale!"
meaning "Thor aid us!" Formerly the
word was spelled "huMS" srd pro
nouneed "hurray." In ore form or
another It la used by almost every na-
J tion.-Pittsburg Post
Good Wsarirg Oualitiaa.
ponatello is a 'Ireeii who has
amassed a smsll for'une In Boston In
the sale of fruit, and thit In the face
of the fact that' be T-rltes the adver
tisements which decorate bis stand. A
recent sample which he produced and
displayed Is this:
Amartcan art if rr'isn Frulra
Tor Their PursMtlty.
. Youth's Companion.
Proverbs Foe A" Occasions.
H lost heavily at tie races yester
day." "A fool and his moncv sra soon part
ad." replied tLe sardonc person.
"Ah. but I won today "
"A fool for luck." rhlcgtoa S'ar.
I would rather be Ignorant than wise
tn tha for-bodlng ef e-.i. Aes'hylus.
An encounter of wits 03c f ok pTsrt
between tte lata Engcce Field and a
New York woman. It was at d;cner.
and tie woman, ss to evening dres.
which was rather decollete Aftet a
skirmish between the two relative to
the respective merits ef a we.j Vaowa
author It would aeem tbst Field came
off second best.
"Oh. Mr. Field." ex.e:s:tr.ed the wo
man etultanfly.' "you must admit that
yw are fairly beaten at your own
Field bowM pe'lte'y sad. with a
mi. promptly rejoined. "At say rare.
Ml B'.alk. I tr oBe cocsoUtion -you
caa't laugh at ay in rr aleera."
W want fan to teD yoav wants
U ov want read era through ovr
Nollces in this column lo per
word each Insertion' No ad. in
serted (or less than 25e.
VANTErHigh ctHss dressmaking.
Miss Oaburn.SOl Talor street! 3Ap
WANTEP Three experienced din
ing room girls at the Haddle Rock
Restaurant. . n tfc
WANTED Dress making, 308 Mon
roe street. N. . Brown! 28 6p
WANTED Girl to do house work.
Aprly 1400 Harrlsoni phone Sn5.
' ' 25 tfc
WANTED A flrst-claba barn man,
who understands cab driving. No
booser need apply. Address R M
Harp, Plalnvlew.'Texaa. 18 tfc
WA.NTED A whlta .. female , cook.
. with references, inquire at 301
Lincoln atreet. :., S07 tfc
FOR SALE One wooden bed, one
iron bed. one mattress, one spring,
ono cook atove, 601 Johnson street.
'. 30 3P
FOR SALE A bargain. For this
week we offer our home place.
1109 Harrison, at a less price than
you could possibly huy lota and
build same. Aii up-to-date' house,
conveniently arranged, strictly mod
ern. Can give immediate possession.
For terms see Frank Taylor.- agent,
or C. fi. Linn, owner. 30 2p
FOR TRADE One section land well
improved for city property. One
haff section well improved for city
property. Interstate Land & Immi
gration Co. ., v 37 tfe
FOB SALE Cheap,' one buggy and
tarn ass good -as new. "Apply" at
Iet1Taylork street or jiostortji;, b,ox
sV4:'' ' .. ?-,t4 atc
FOR SAI.K 120 feet.- eat froht.
corner, Eighth and Mad s'orf. Only
$1,100. term rieaiitlfiif 'building
site, close In. The Dr. .Cone'.ajjdt
section 124. block 9. about twelve
miles up the Denver 1 4 mile from
Sanborn. 120 acres In cultivatlou.
fenced to Itself. Worlds of water
In iS-foot well, windmill, hog pas
ture, (port dugout, sheds, corrals, etc
Pasture of 10O acres fen, ed to tnelf.
Also Shout s.0 head registered Here
fords gn wlh this land R. B New
come. Carson buMdinc. 2 4tfc
FOR PALE I l!l offer fo m nt
Cellar's naron . yard.' faiurday.
Aug 31. at auction, horse... .lacks
and Jennetis p. o Hunkabey. ;p
FOR SALE- -Casn regtter worth
$MS. for 3:.0. J.M.Wright Itfc
FOR SALE--A choice S-a-re corner
lot In Famous Heights.' for terms
see M. F. H kins. 7" J Ta? lor street.
(OR SALE-HOxl'JO foot, corner
Fourth snd Fillmore 14 ft. faring
south on Fou-tl. The finest site for
the psdi neded ho'eV t Mocks
from enter of business on street run
ning lo depo'.- 'lermsi ddtesi J
A. Waland. .;rard. Kan. 3 ffc
FOR RENT To rooms. '7 l.in
ro'.n. , p
FOR RV:NT 4 -room hous. phone
2J. S f Crittenden. r. f,
FOR RF.NT iood 4-rocr.i honfe,
I southwest .art of ii'i. eio in
:R E. Dorse. 10 W . Fourth utrret
. : tfc
FOR RFNT- Furnilhel trn(t room.
"5 Tlerie treet. M's Ilif Ual
ters. .: tf,-
1 -' 1
,FOR RENT- -room house V. t
I Ptckrel. ph-re 554 tfr
FOR RF.NT - 2i0 arres am'd
I land. he.;. well, etc J D
Wrather 2 tf-
FOR RENT- -reem hoj: App'y
7i Jarks-i street. 2: t?
FOR RENT-3-room hui.e.eit of
T. V. l:es APrlr ln':il'" Land
L immlgrailoa C. 2i tf-
. . a
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v. - '
DRUG ' r
- DRUG SUNDRY .
FOR RENT 4-room hoiise, two
blocVa east of Pecos Valley round
house, $15. Merrill, Sanders A Co.,
Eakle building. 19 tfc
FOR RENT Furnlimed front room.
03 Tleice street, Mrs. Harry Wal
lers. 22 tft:
DR. A. I. CALDWELL.
Eje, Ear, Nose and Threat. New
Canon building. Amarillo, Texas.
Traveling Men. Attention!
When you are through reading tba
paper on the train, throw It out to
the first gang of section men ycu
PS6S so they can read and enjoy it.
They will appreciate it. tf
If you are contemplating a trip
to the Jamestown Exposition, con
sult me tn regard to reduced rates,
which ara now In effect.
T. L. MEYER3.
Traffic Manager Pecos Valley Lines
snd Southern Kansas Ry. Co., of
Terti. ''' ' 274
' notice to M wrRmrrA. ,
" All subscribers are hereb requeat.
e 'not to ''raj, 'any aubsrrlptlons to
the curler'hoy nd only to the au
thorised agents of the paper, who
have receipts ru for ta money
they receive. . " The regular collector
will collect of all subscribers OTing
one month r more each month,
near and after th loth, and he will
have a receipt for your bill.
The earner boys hve no papers
enept for regular sub&crlhers, and
are no expe.-ted to sell any copies,
and parties wishing extra copies will
please call a' the office, or buy of
the newsboy on the street.
Subscribers not reelvlrtg their
psper properly and promptly every
evening ov fi o'clock, ara requejted
to report the fd to this office, that
the fault my be remedied.
S. A. FtfEWPTER. Minacer.
Don't you want a fine et of
d:hes for tib'e? It you do
rail at the panhandle office an1 s
how cheaply a set csn be secured.
A Matter ef Economy.
"Ton re nn s strict with thit roriag
ster of yonr ss you used to be." ei!d
Popley s frnd.
"No. for "PiwBiy i sake I m not."
replied ror;c"- "Every month I naeO
tn hnv to 1T mytelf a new ps'r of
s'irpers an1 bim a new pair of pants.''
nr Fii.t--- I wish ! mirrr yonr
dsmrhter. t:" Her Father (sternly
My dauaiit-T. sir. will cor.t'nue uodr '
tbe pa-env roof. Hr Suit'V Well,
sir. ti pnn'a! roof looks gxl to me
- fsn Frs".' seo Chronicle
Ton nsv icceed when others d rot
heilTe 'Tt yoi. but r.erer whe you d
not heliexe in yourself.
Her Vir of It. I
T-:tt think." ake-l Mrs 'd
est. t'-at f o W ;tr:erpoon ha a :
pst'c-ir 'I'-C:" 'ib." rep'-e-l h 1
hoie. iiaina ber $'iiV lecWM-e
over tbe M It of a tbsir. "I d"n t t?i r
sae bs he clsnc. at la. that be.
folks !:' til Enf i 'J suil that t5er
a:a t a .'..op of Ir.h la her
ve os "- h ago Rc-rd Herald.
D :it ss ef fe Katu's'ia.
At c; cr1 or tLe erher o evert- a;'
rpal 1: danger wheh mks th
closet meeer.gaticn impo'e To
study t".e rau:e we eut held t:ni by
tli tea!. bu to s'udy the bull we
n-i.ft ! a tail h'd as a ra0rf
po.et - rt Lou s Cooe-Dexocrst.
ALL KINDS of FRUITS
. i '
Canned Oood., Eke Groceries. You need them. J
Try Us This Monty
H. A. CAMPBELL,
The PJLumber and Steapi i?itterf
604 Polk St.
Anything to sell, -trade
want to buy, rent ,pr, , ewjunge anytntngr n .
you do, try a want ad lit this column and see ,
what quick returns you will get X
T OTHERS DO I
AMARILLO NATIONAL BANK
Capital StocK $100,000.00
Surplos and Profits $85,000.00
STRAIGHT BANKING. THAT'S ALL
SOUTHWESTERN BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY,
OFFICE No. 35
",tg .gee' f-r Ml Kinds of Fu'Mwc Muter'' We erreseat Te.t
.even Pittr""- Manufacture Oonirtr-u .ml ct:i -uote vou I 'et
$2. SO Free For Someone at
E. D. Green $
It May Be You -
McKnight . Williams
M Old l ine Crmranles. Fbertadt Buildinj.
Ttiis spact: ir- ?oi.n to
Amarillo Water, Liht & Power Co.
J--OB ONE YEAR-WATCH IT
t- ' Texas
THE MOST valuable
asset any Bank can
have is the confidence re
posed in it. It shall be our
constant thought to de
serve and build up confi
dence. To accomplish this,"
we must do right, cheer
fully and willingly, in both
the smaller and larger
daily transactions. j j
J. U. MITM. Preltlnt
M.C. Vlc Pros.
t w w
ror rent? Or do you
Co. 510 ro,K
Como And See.
L R. Crittenden 5 1
j Successors to
I Harry T. Bib