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THIJ DAILY PANHANDLE
E. H. REEDY
-Vigbt Work Done lv Appointment
souu' u and ij Chanslor Ruilding
. T. P. McGee, M. O. I. Rmto, M. D.
Phone 95. Res. rhone 8SS
McHHE & RASCO
PHT8ICAX8 AXI SL'IUJKOXS.
Office Caraon Bulldlr.g.
Jtooma 16 and 17 c phona 717
.Vinyard & Vinyard
Physicians and Surgeon
Office, Carton BMg.
Suite 1 and 1
JOHNSTON GL FLY
Physicians and Surgeons.
Sot. 4th and folk.
PRS. RANM & SHEARMEN,
Cya, Ear. Note and Throat.
Rooms 7 and 8. Iiherstadt Biiil'ltn-
Dr. Horace M. Walker
Graduate of Amcrirm School of Osteop-
, athy, Kirhsville, Missouri
Office) In Office Phone 6 v
Cerson nid. AMARILLO
DR. OLIVE STURCESS,
Graduate of Still College of f),teopihy.
Offlce 906 Polk. Ffc n 286
I. C. Barrett. J. A. T.mpltlo
Over Holland fUrig, Railroad Oarnace
Phone 10 Snits a Speeislty
M.CwImi AUSmhum .J. Jsttim
Gustavus.Bowman & Jackson
Rooms 7, b" & 9 Carwm Wdg. V- te
Jasper N. Haney
Office, west side
Veaie & Underwood,
JNO. D. BEDFORD
Surgery and Gynecology
ffice Carson Fldg. s;
AMARILLO. TEXA Is;
AXTELL H MILLER
Civil tnglntiri ASurvrnr
fkirveys. Map. Pine Print m n-1 Report.
Superintendent of Construction, S rvr
M'ster Work. rsin. ItriK.iti'm, Hh
way. Railroad, Bridges, etc,
DR. A. M. REYNOLDS
Specialist on the dis-ca of long
bir, whiskers and ditty calp.
Two door eaal of I;pr vs ofhee.
GEM BARBER SHOP
FOK ACINTS..AN OPPORTCNITT!
THE OLD WORLD
AND ITS WAYS"
. BfWilliia Jennings Bryan
NOW EIADT P01 SOLICITORS
576 Imperial Octavo PaTC. ji 'iper'' ,
Engravings from Photogragh take, r- j
Recowats hie trip around the orld and I
kit viita to all nation. Th grestr t j
book of travel ever wr.tten The tnn-t
occful book o thia generatKXj. K.
00 called for in 90 dave. Write u Ut
aample irport of nret Ho arrntrtnrlo'M
The people hrtx egrrW The agent
cenU to cover eoa of mail-.nK and hn-i-
Letv tka Paaaaal 49 rour Job
n. we nate juax rrtiira ome
latest and handtomest tires i
new IT. W keen In sto g th
I grades of all classes of stork. I roadh. aiirc largely to the com-
ov the aiet expert worke3 .port an fcrwnienr of vast eon-'
. Vn.ke prices as lo god work
fiJJ Trdon for. Our work speaks
ise't Not the cheapest, but It
it 0r asnbiUoa,
Parker Glies Review of Hit-or-Miss
and the Profuse
Sppclil to Daily psnhandle.
Portland. Me.jtut. -7. The an
imal tildrca of the prpoldl'nt of
Iho American Uar ahoclation road
by Alton it. Parker, jeaterday aft-
ernMn before the (invention, wan in
a rhariii'terlatiff vein f'-t.ie "nafe
and nane'' nomlnrp of thi Demo
cratic nomlncn In 1 r 0 1 . Imt thn ad-
ilicKrt cniilaina an all ad forceful
coiiHii'i.ilion of aonu Iriwlencleit In
American ), and IeKilatlon. In
addillou tit diHriihMlriB the relation
of l.iwjrr to the public and to leu
.bUtton, Mr. Parker timk occaitiou lo
consider Judicially recent move
menu In eglaUUn and aaid in part
11.1 follow a;
The roner function of the leglii
la(or U mipnletory to that of the
Judge, tin ahoitld utrlve lo aer-
tain the gvowlin hut Impelled cua-
tonu hit h ii l4 from the effort
of a people to correct error, and
Kite lo the dignity and force of law.
ThU he often attempt In do, aud
frequently auvceed.. But the task
of vn the wine cKllator la tiet
wi'h difflcultleri. So many hllla prena
upon hit attention, that If he had
the ftlxilitm of Solomon he could not
master them In one nhort aewtlon.
Many Mich hllla are Introduced by
men who do not nnderalnnd them,
merely thitt I hey may jjaln the ap
I'l.tuso of the IhouKtMleaa of the en
vious. Others are KtrIKe hill preaa
d in thee hope of unlawful Rain.
Still othtn sre preeetitfd from hon
eit motive, but wth no appreciation
that Ihelr rnaetment will- work In
jurr. while atUI nere reprcmenl the
eiforf ef untrained leutnintnra to
enact into law what 'hey mistakenly
conrelva) lo bfl the will of the people.
Political Bills Are Mirhelnu.
Snrt ml.m'jlnna' tetl, an rule,
aie the blll.V pred for pawaRe In
the Intereata. of a political organisa
tion. Ktperlenre teai hea that 10m
paiaflvely few of the many hlllx of
a leaiflalive kealon are carefully
innMdered by the hody a a whole.
Such consideration aa the arae
hill ha in in rommltte, and too
ofron the m.ijorlty of that committee
Is influenced b party organUatlon.
'r by 1 he K'lvernor, or by mhiio oth
er l".,der ho ee In It a parly or
faitlona! aihantaue. And It final
enaittnenl Ik r ure. by the Mm' In
lluenie th.it niored the 'm.ijrirlfy to
report il. I ri other word. M-.ppocd
adant.ie, either for the party or
inilividii.il m r inborn of it, la often
made ihe ima.inn for aialutea which
otheral-,- would never appear on
the tatti:e l.ooka. 1 run It happenn
that eer ;rr nianx htatuten are
p.is.ved which oiiRht never to have
1'Cell he,ud 0f
I nni',Trf Uw Are Rlnl.
Kvery Mum esmiry and unwise atat
ue I a h!ot upon the Htate e
. u t( h''on and a hut'den upon the
i"ilii ThU fact la o well appre
11 ited in ttes. that the leals-
!a'u:e Is n,n permitted to meet every
je.ir. An 1. i-tratlon of the opinion
f a Ucr. upon whom as a.oernor
rested Ine rfvponsihillf y of the ei-
rr le of iv e: .power as to miny
Mil pas-eil ,,nly IhU year hy the
lesislatine nf he state of New York,
i f.Mind in -bo (,l that he Tetoed
'hi: i.eeii i,od one hundred and
n: iety-M v. n he withdrawn, and
i-i mined i , Hundred mid fifty to
d;e for lck "f hi aifnature. maklna:
a total of f .1 ir hundred and elsht
fur t.ii:. hleh. after a.iiee
thro'nj ronn-Mifj and both houses.
f:d nerrtbes ro heroine law
be. an,' of t'ie tovrrnor'a tion.
Whne it 1 t'n that eome whole.
Mme nd no. e.sary eta'ute ome
cut of mm h .ondition like those
he nu'lieed. in nir lnian-e un
ue,eta y or poMtitel? tad onea
ipnnj from t'.:n.
Thc rhe 3.x i(totuel. Uli be
'.and wra deajnclation aot inly of
fcof who had een wronidoe-a. but
ef a. rpirr interest. of every
kind It retired aot t- thejn lhat
the c.-ea trunk llBa of railroad
renTi.i-jt:r,f largely to the ms-
":"",nt and uniform development ofjtka up with s41 e' on drsinsgeithc ricfit side. None bftter on
"jnT. h street surface rail-
'Itljer.t ef rp-ilriin. th grest
wseuta l'inc plants, bearing thlr
Tart in msmng up the weiith of the
rcr. nd uuay other ladustriea
Vou won't be arrested
For Disturbing the Peace
If you W9yj
"The Silent Northern:'
Runs like an 'electric
machine, with power to
i-paie,- withont -trouble
or worry. ." V y -Call
and be thown7 and " '
"Compare the. Cars.''
requiring larjje aniounla of capital,
could not have hern hiillt at all but.
for the device ' of the corporation,
which had enabled hnndredn, and
In ome Instances hundreds tf thou
sands of pernona to unite In the con
struction and operation of a single
undertaking.' For their purpose was
not the batriotir one of dlacoverina
and applying renaediea. Instead they
sought power, political leadership
and office, They nought them for
selfish advantage, not for the public
weal. Thei'efore, they hesitated not
because Injustice woeld Inevitably
result from their forty against nil
wealth whether honestly or dishon
estly Rained, whether employed for
public good or public harm.
The fathers who framed our Con
stitution a a well na those of ihe orig
inal thirteen slates, had a wholesome
fear of arbitrary power. They pour hi
to limit governmental power by law,
the source of which nhould bo the
people the states to be supreme a.s
to all matters, and lo 'e'xerolsti all
power except tho.-r. ipeciflcally
granted to the national government.
the constitution of each stale to he
tho supreme law land capable of
amendment only by I'm leople.
A statute upon Ihe face of which
no Imperfection appeniR, and which
will Htatid. unless ft tan be proved
iTiai It will prevent the property af
fected from earning a reasonable re
turn for the Investment, In piesump
tlvely ronatitul.onal. I la operallon,
therefore, la not a matter to be su-
pended for light re-iisons. Indeed, I
hate no hesitation In 'saxini; that In
many bin h cases an apiieal to tho
discretion of a jmUc that Injunction
Issue could well be denied until
Th abuses 1 inn at the founda
tion of ihe earnest hut sonietlnies
rerkless groping for remedies, must
be checked. And If II were necea-
vary, in order to promote this result.
to pass through these processes.
many of which will prove destructive
of the right and intereata of a mul
titude of Innoient and honest per.
sons still It would he well. For
the property, the sorricn and even
the life of a citizen should be 1 heer
fully sacrificed n the altar of the
legislator Craod With Aoibition
Vou cannot mve legislators
rraied with ambition. But the peo
ple 1 an. and will do so when they
fully understand the situation. And
we need never (ear they will not un
derstand It ft"r a time. Put the
peop sriould t.e tnlormed now. Do
not forget, however, :hat If yon a'
tempt It. you will he denounced by
the demacociie nd iartooned by th
yellow pies. ,1 f,i.. which has come
to the few who have appealed to
reason and to justice. These tac
tic hate enforced silence ipnn many
who-e hearts huve prompted them
to point out the dsnxer of govetn
ment h p-siin. Put they cannot
keej silent the earnest lawyers o'
this countrv for a minute after they
have d'terniliied that dur rails them
to speak out liod grant that th
hour of that dU rrrjuatlon 1& A.t
Praia Liperts Meet.
Special to Dally Panamdle.
Port Huron. MkS . Auj Z". A
drainase rengres whK !i has a'ricted
the leading expert nd drx.nag
rommiMiocers ef the t;at begia
here tod The opening xefsioti aa
Staples Tomorrow tr- -1. legates wi 1
go ra a t- r threes tr. t .Clair tun -
nel a4 take e)!Bner in t aasda.
iZXlonllo IcoCrtam Factor,
iha paper neaty. j. $. AIDERS. Proprietor.
COINS THAT ARE BASE
Metals and Methods Used
HOW THEY MAY BE DETECTED
Spurioui . Ceina Cannot Aland the
Thra Taita of Walght, Dia-iep and
Thieknett Qold Piece That Are
Swaattd. Plugged or Filled.
TBe n'ost danperous counterfeit! are
Mrurk from a die nnd are usually lml
totlou of gnid coin. Molds of vari
ous kind ore extensively ned, but
roinitenelta so mode are Inferior to
those made with a die.
In counterfeit made from a mold
lettering, milling anil reeding are usu
ally roor ond welifht defeetlvo. The
coins lack th" sharp nnd clear cut ap
penranoa of irenuine coin, lost coun
terfeit sllrer coins In circulation are
uiaile from molds, aa It Is an Inexpen
sive form of counterfeiting. Pome fair
rpeelniena have !een produced In till
wny, hut usually they are much lighter
tjian the genuine and If of required
weight differ In dlnmefer or thickness.
Tartou metals nre used by counterfeiters,-principally
copper, bras, antimony, aluminium,
Inc. type metal, lead and their nu
.Among the most dangerous counter
felt of ftold. coin are those of a com
Pitlon of gold, sllrer and copper.
They ar a low grade gold, and the
neld test shows they lack the fineness
of standard sold used hy the I'nlted
State mint, which Is ftoo fine, or 31.10
carats. These counterfeits average
from 40i to Ron fine. Platlncm coun
terfeits are dangerous, as the metal
ued gives required weight, and they
are heavily fold plated. When they
have liesn In circulation for a time the
plating wears off, especially on the
The most dangerona counterfeit of
silver coin Is msdo of n composition, t.f
ntniion y and lead, the former metal
predominating These counterfeits are
ef the dollar, have a fine appearance,
nre heavily silver plated, with fair
ling, and some are only slightly below
the standard weight.
Some piece among the smaller coins
are made of bras, struck from s die.
and when heavily plated are fair Imi
tations. They Inch required weight,
except In a few Instances. Counterfeits
of type metsl, lend and other composi
tion are much lighter than genuine.
Those having required weight are
much too thick.
Genuine coins of all kinds, for the
sake of gala, are tampered with In va
rious waya. These operations are con
fined almost exclusively to gold coins,
which see sweated, plugged and filled
Swenfiug Is removing a portion of
the gold from surfae. of coin. The
process doe net Interfere with the
ring, ami as the portion removed I gen
rally slight the com is left with a
very fair appearance, weight only le
ing defective. The principal methods
of sweating nre thr acid bsth. Cling
the edges or reeding, the operator find
ing a profit In the mall quantities of
gold removed from numerous pieces.
The average reduction In value of
cnlns subjected to these processes Is
from one twentieth 'o one-tenth.
rittgging Is don hy boring holes In
the com, extrsctmg the gold snd filling
the cavity Itb s cheaper material. The
larger reins double eagles and eagles
(twenty snd ten dollar plecesi-are
used for this purpose. The small
surface ef the plugging material,
w here if show on the edge of the cola
is covered w-lth gold and the reeding
retoucLed with a file or machine.
The nverage loss In value to coins
treated In 'his war Is from one-elgbth
to one-sixth. Coins ef this kind sre
very dnngsrotis, a they srs perfect
In appearance, only the edges having
been tampered with.
rilling is i.iost commonly don by
sawing the coin through from th edgw
or reeding, removing the Interior por
tion nnd replacing t with a cheap met
sl. Coins of all denominations from
quarter eag'e to iIonMs eagle sre sub
jected to tt: poces.. When platinum
PROFIT OR LOSS
Is the ital que. tion with every
merchant. The r:jbt kind of goods
at the right kind of price is the
policy that a succosf ul
If you Mil
AMARILLO ICE CREAM
We think we can suing you to
the market, and the people know
1 it Our price pleases the seller as
ttnuch as our creara pleases the
I ' ! oaMHef '
Five passenger $1300 delivered Amarillo Just finished
"Glidden Tour" with perfect score. Eighty cars started,
Twenty-one finishedperfectly, Nineteen of them selling
from $3,500 to $7,500 each. "The only car that ever
crossed the" American Continent and returned on its
own power" . o&
"BcataU records by more than six hours between Los
Angeles arid San Francisco."
"The best car made for the moneys" Let us talk to
you about; it. -
Is used to replace gold extracted the
cola hassarae weight ns genuine. By
this process colus lose four-fifths of
their value, as the original surfaces are
left only of paper thleknes. ...
When edges hsve been covered with
gold snd reeding restored th coin has
ba appearance of being genuine, hav
ing correct site and weight and a fair
ring. - Sometime the covering of gold
on edges Is so thin that filling can he
distinctly seen. When other and Jess
costly tyilng thsn platinum -.is used
coins are of light weight and have a
.bad ring. If of correct weight they
are too thick. .
Another method .of fUir.g la sawing
the coin partly In two, from edge of
reeding, on one a;de. leaving a thin
and thick portion. Th thin side of
the coin Is turned back and the gold
extracted from center of thicker por
tion. Th cavity Is filled with bnsa
metal snd sides pressed back Into orig
inal position and eolderod or braxed
together. It Is difficult to give aver
age loss to coins treated In this man
ner, ss hardly sny two seen hv the
sstne amount of gold taken from them.
For detecting counterfeit coin com
pare Impress, sixe, weight, ring and
general appearance with genuine coin
of same period snd coinage. The three
test of weight, dismeter snd thick
less should be applied, for It Is sl
mset Impossible for the counterfeiter
to comply with these three tests with
out using genulna metal. Counterfeit
HEAVY MIDDAY MEAL
Business Msn, It Is
Should Avoid It
The Americans snd English begin
the day with breakfnst, which Is gen
erslly a substantial meal. This th
peiT'o of the continent of Europe con
sider bsrNirlo and dlgustlrig. Tb
Frenchman and the fJerman breakfast
on a scanty roll. They are consequent
ly vtneble to go till the afternoon with
out absorbing something nasslv. Tha
Frenchman toward noon takes a sub
stantial Innrh. and at midday the Ger
man take a heavy meal, which -ah-sorbs
bis digestive energies during th
remainder of the day. Th German
dinner makes a big brerk In the work
ing dsy. and th eater, according to
Ir. Martinet of Pan, suffers by a loss
of energy during U-e afternoon. The
besvy midday meal Tr. Martinet con
s'ders a mistake. m should not bare
dinner at noon, in the middle of one's
workday, he says, but Instead should
take a light lunch. Tbe lightest meal
of the day, be think, should te during
tbe period of exertion, and tha heavy
meal shoold be reserved for a later
boor, when there Is a cbsree for di
gestive repose. The proper series for
tha modern man. according to this au
thority, la a substantial breakfst a
l.ght lunch shout noon and a squar
meal at 6 o'clock or later Baltimore
T. On Thing LH.
"But what srUi thr b left for ve
to do after rour wiinc and u-t-rnir.
j and tif denial kivs brought yon the
"Whsfll there be left? Goh. I can
i go to ew York sad spend . caa t
ir-Ctlcsg nec.ird Hersld.
. It Mjrt Hies.
Tommy DM tbe fowl hot you. Mr.
Pjulres? Mr Fqulres Wtat d-you
nresa, try dear What fowl? To-my
Well I watted to know tf it hurt,
'cause muaxy ssid you bsd been ten
pecked for tweet- rein -Strand Ma.
W here' Town Lot Can be Bought Kijcht. Where the
Towns Are Right. Where the Conditions Arc Right.
Whete ihe Prices Are Rij?ht. Rest of All. Where the
Terms Are Right. I
Stf.? Cash nt time of Purchase, f .00 per lot per month,
pays It.'iiVo Interest on deferred payments, m Taxes un
til loU arc paid for.
In Case of Death Payments Cease.
1.'. A si. 1, 1 ... u
i iiv uvcu utu 1 1 cit ij 111c
from the company of f ,oo.oo to help huild 1 home on the
property. CAN YOU HEAT Til KM?
A NEW UP-TO-DATE HOTEL
The Panhandle Townsite Company
Hae placed on alc at Tulia, Te t , and Hppv, Tex., town lots at a
t-pecial low price while thev lost. IVin't delay, a mn who has to look
twice to see sn opportunity, grnerally find omeone else in possession
If you wish to tnprrt the propertv , railroad fte within fifty mils
of either town will be credited on vour invcf msnt.
Do not miss this opportunity it" vou re looking for s sure thing. A"
small investment now will make vou big money intide of one year.
WATCH I S f.ROW
We invite you all to come and see. Spc-tal Sale !', Tuesdays,
Thursdays snd 5-aturdavs of each week until lots sre sold. j
Train leave AmanKo. Tet .dailv 7 a m . Canvon City S jo
returning same day. For further information call on or write
D. G. MABIL, Local Aft,
W. H. WISHART.
T at auA
405A POLK ST.
G CARTER rv.ed HVerla
ln;ot:ale large rar.ch loan,-,.
ec Hon or a town lot.
I control the . ef all und H. G. N, Rr., Undi. in
Roberts. Gray. Wheeler aM Hemphill counties. These
land are priced right and on eay termi.
Patlaal sWnk f Cesserc
& Sale Co,
. r..: ..... - . .
pirncuviai ju uonarrrH
AT HAPPY, TEX. FOR SALE CHEA
W. H. FINNEY. Dtst. A.t
Office Atnarillo Drugstore.
508. Polk St.,
Mgr. Atnarillo. Te.
I will fell yoa Ho acres. So