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8 THE WEEKLY HERALD NOVEMBER 32. 1906.
w. r. a h ( p.'
Snow Is Falling In Many Horthorn . and Western
Stales As We!l As tha TerritcriBS and
Itia Panhaoila of Tews. ..
Tb row mho has been vrlllug
f lis brother in law ia Winobj and
!l!n tilm to get away from Illinois
(ruti and eom to lire in the balmy
Piahandla ejnshlne bad a bad at
tick ytr3iy u&d J still very low
from Tin north aud et tomorrow
coij the man's brother ia Uw and
i tbfcr friends might come In Cor a
first bmd Joolc at the Panhandlo and
.he nosnlMnfTo.s are that 'be unso
phittlested sucker will think their
Texas friend a bigger liar than bu
if d to b. Anyhow they will agree
wlb tie new comers and old settlers
that "this la awful." j
Mr. CouBedlne, ho new, weather
nun tima around tblu njorniug to
ar.ologlje and ask tho editor If be
rsally thought that a committee of
.j.Ujn with a rope would ba around
for-SlaJ tola evening.
Tha following data furnished by
Mr. Conodine, gives soino Interest
log particulars about the storm:
; Weather Notes.
"Tha blta prebsuro area on Satur
o'ay and Cunday occupied a pa-iitlon
that divided the low arc la two, one
raster llbfiXg over Minnesota, and 4bc
ti?y!;5 oyer New Mexico and Texas.
Thua'tbo region. of tho Panhandle
revived tbe brunt of tbo utorm ou
fiuadiy. The present, enowetorra
.ill probably end tonight or arly
Tuoidar morning, and 'than (it la
gieasibie tbo tsmporatur will fall to
about 10 degree or below.
'Tbft. JowtBt temperature during
lift pant 24 boura was IT dogr.
nd the Mmwfall to 10 . m. was
Jt.3 laches with, drills ranging from
HW0 to flvo fCCt.
"The raralmum wlud was 31 miles
I' pia ltuv north.
"A TUUlll tti'iVcriT snoWHlOl'Ul UlilO
tfcjjt oji In of record t this station
rn4 occurred i'n February 1 t0:i.
5aea lb txif"'lHlt rianjfoit dm fol
lnwii: I"t!bru.iry 24, 10 mul
7, 3 iurhca riHiclive!y."
Only Onr Train Ttnlay.
Only 0n train i-ould nialie Km wh
lato Auiarlllo today. Tit" nonli
ni runvtir duo Jioro at II.: fiTi
uckivl tbo enow drltla aucccMfully
noui'b to reach bre but tbe likcll
?iood of Us getting mucb further
tt Cacudiaa breaks would jrolb!y
" K along atieno lines throtigb Kan
vtt. OtUboroa and Texas complatnis
have ben cuoiroui of tho Inability
of tfee roada mentioned to supply
cars to bandlo tbe Immonao crops of
twISfit, cotton, corn, and other pro
tfuce raised tho pat season, ralsod
ttlong tbo lines o fthese roads. Tbe
aiews contained In tbo following
following Item, will be of Intoreat.
ia that it tells ot tbo largo order
IT'liiCd both f.tlrs roads, for ad
iilUoaal rolling stocl?, Vfcicb. will bot
ir enable them to aorta tbe patrons
ait the roads In this locality, and all
through tbe terrltorjr .now o short
t'T ars. '
" Tho Jotict paper says:
"Tb"; iullroiula nil over tho couu
'- and ispo-la.liy lu tho West are
:un'!iTnx for more prosperity, and
'"h-v-liifd orders pbcei with equip
mitit concerns for moro ears, irn
fines find geucral rolliug Blcls ara
A a i .eiu which will bo of Interest
!ii ihippeTH of tha Panbandlo alone
ih lines of the .Santa Fo and It.wk
i.lsiid road. pptrred In tho Joliet.
:V.iss ot leant daU and Is given
tif:!iw: , ' -
j !!.? rnrtF.iK at nju itv
m;w Ar..soraxio.v mj:tuoi
if you aui'ler from blceiUnjr, itch
in?. Mini! or piotduudlng I'fies, end
ii. 'i ;nor address, and 1 will tell you
ii'i.v o':are yotirlf at home. by the
.. ition treulmetitj find will
prme laipnafable end the focK.M11
In New Mexico were cled for avr-ry
tbitig wlthont an afitlve now plow.
There ere no anow plowa In tbn
Amarlllo yards and the lord train
crowe are towc YArna to dfal with
the situation. On tho Ranta To tb
neawdt tilowl are at Woodward, ().
T. and aio now lining puohed c;eh
way o clear thft line. Tbu lilgh
wind drives the dry m'iow buck Into
tho cu's alrcoxt ns soon an tho plows
mako imthWH.vs Had tho plow crow
will muko lit flo Iiradwuy brforn the
wind ecttlcd. Thero wms no train
dfbr 'way n Hio BanU Fo or Vn-o
Valley today but Hio aulhorltioH
hoped to havo tho tracks clear In
nioriow. Tbci'o aro pluvity of 'Irniu
rrews In foreod Idlcuuts in tho lorn I
yards and If plays wcro available
tho linen could bo opened souih In a
Thfl saino f.hoit;ij;o of plows beie
haa tlod up tbo Rock Iwi-.md and no
train entcrod or loft tho ynrds today.
Tha crown fiere will bavo to tmpro
vi.io Bomo plows or wall. II!! the
Iralna from tho cant ran break a way
Into Tho town. Tho Denver from the
north was, o?'r6uw, on; of thu f!rM
fo bo btoekadotfT Tho diviidoa uorth.
hownvor, aro well mippllod with
plows aiia ovo steadily nhovlnvr the
now out of Ibo w.r, .
, Hurts. attltHeJK "VWat.
The preifut itorpv will work grat
bardiblps em ryOge rattle but will
not cBiine 'oy iri'loijs loss. Cattle
generally ai grum fat and are veil
ablo to aland thi twt for n few
boms. Tho unow, fur tho present,
eoveiH the was but a low hours
Hnnnhlno will leave tbe gfiiPa bare
for ciKElnir on exposed lonH. To
etittbi In the open th woral. suffer
inn In likely t he caused from lack
of vnter. AltliouRh tbo piVmoiiI
Hionii will not of Itself cauo loss, It
!ll weaken cattle and Vender ihean
leK Hliio 'to aiand - severe.' wentbor
Inter In Iho winter.
"tt'n "ill wind that blows nubud
ood" thouRiraiiil tho suow will hu
worth thouaiiuds 'C. dollars to l'u
hajidlo wheat farmers. Tho soil will
abHorb nearly, all tho water from
tbn prewunt full and with this stored
molitrtir-e thM907 cron Is pracllcnlly
looklOff forward to unparalleled
good t tin ?n.
"Actordlng to the laloot foports,
tho Janta. Fo haa In orders for $8,
000,000 worth 6f chts nd other
equipment, und the , Rock bland for
$6,000,000. - Four other wcalorn
roads bave alBQ put In brgo ordera
for eqnipmeni! ond the total cost
Of tbo same is 161,13$, 000. Jll of
tbe orders are to be delivered with
in "be coming year,
"Tho Saula Fa purchases will be
5,200 freight arf 100 tabooncs, 75
pasacngor car, "f engines, 10 bag
gate eats and H "postal cars. Tbe
Rock Inland will get freight earn
mostly, btit also baa orders for en
glncs and coaches.
"At the'nnnual meeting of the
Roudmustorn and Maintenance of
Way ''nsNoclatioq,', joutcrday at the
Shertual-.lwnwCUb-aco, . tbo rce,
ommeadatlou was made tS "better
drainage, ballast from twelvo to
eighteen Inches deep, heavier ties,
and raiJa weighing from ninety to
oiu hundred pounds a yard, said
rails to measure from thirty to thirty
tbreo fect in length."
mont fiea for trial, with rcf
einc from jour own local
ity If requcaled, Jnimedlato re
lief aud permauunt cure astiured.
ia'end no money, but tell others of
this offer, 'Write today to Mra.M.
Summers, Iiix V, Notre Dame, lnd.
JIW ,W,1UU .$1.00 .PER - VEAR.
NO.MK rrtWS COMMl'MS.
(Trom Monday's Pally I'anbundlo.)
Tho Pullman 'company claims that
Its dining cars are hotel on wheels
What thy lack lu height they make
up In prices. Kllla County Miner.
What tbe admlnlHtratlon intend
to do to the Btaadard Oil company
i now the suhjsct of dally an
nouncemant. Let us contlnun to
hope, boffever, that when It Is dooe
lth l'e flo'iTiUhea CbaTminlatiatlon
will etUl bave enough firongtb l(t
lo etrlkl ii Mow, Dallae New.
Kogland baa boycotted soup on
account of tho itoap trust and uow
ues soJi as a tuDstltfjia for warblug
purposes. We wfll bet socp coiuel
off fbo perch. Hals County Herald.
The PuTTTilan Cir Company has :i
surplus of $30.000, .100 on hand,
made durlns tbe past eight years.
As roKult icatrlctlve legislation will
be enacted In many atstoa. la
Texas the railroad commlstdon has
uVeldeJl to Tlx ia,es for bertha end
seat betwueo points In this atnle.
Klandard oil stock I said to be.
shrinking by reason of lato court
proceeding!". What this will amount
fo Is too hny for folks to analyze
who nro not conversant with tho
oppiillon of euch glgunllc concerns,
but tho people, moro than likely
will cotlnuo to "pay tho freight."-
Tlicro Ik ono thing to ;i certainty
the divorce law of tho stato of Texan
will have to be changed. ... It la too
easy for n boy and a. girl to get
married and then allow aomo alleged
grievaneo trt bu net up aud allow
them to havo i divorce If thero wan
a law compelling a man to remain
unmarried for a period of four years
aud a woman a period ot two yrart),
alter being divorced tuoro would not
ba no many divorces -applied l'r..
Tbo Pullman Car company which
up to recently bad a high old time
whllo hitched on 'the rear end of a
railroad, scorns to have struck a
anag, now that, the Texas railroad
commMon litis unnou need that It
hits authority ad power to lay 'thin
Pullman compuny across its Up and
udmlnlater n good upanktug If 'It
dcema It necrKHary t protect the
traveling public from . anything 'aav
oilng of gouging. Laredo Times.
A Year of niond,
Tho year llto:i will long be remeur
bered In tho homo-of F. N. Tackot,
of Allluuco, Ky., n a year of blood;
which flowed so copiously fr9iu Mr.
'racket's lungs that, death . aecmnd
vory near. Ho writes; "Severe bleed
ing from tho luns and a frightful
cough h;td brought in nt death's
door, when I began taking Dr. King's
New Diacovery for Consumption, with
tho aslonlMhlng result that after tak.
lug four boUloB T was completely ro.
Htored and as time baa proven per
manently cured." - Guaranteed . for
Bor Lungs, Coughs and Colds nt L.
O, Thompson and Bro's. drug Btoro,
Price 50C and $1.00. Trial, bottle
free. -v F-K-J
(From Monday's Daily Panhundlo.)
HcH'.lnll.st Meeting piuccrMsfuI.: The
meeting Friday night of tho Socialist
local in their hall In tho opera houac
block was well attended. J. A. Way
land, tho cflebrated "ono boss"
phllosophor of Appeal to Rjnsou
famo was present at the mooting and
made n characteristic talk along
economic lines. A number of ladies
wore la tho audienco and all present
took attentive lntereBt In the pro
ec-edlnga. The local moots each FrI
THH HERALD, $1.00 PER YEAR.
Made Happy for Life.
Great bapplneua canto Into tho
homo oft;. C. 131 a Ir, school superin
tendent, nt St. Albans, W. Va., when
bin little daughter was restored from
tho dreadful oouiplalnt,, he riiraes.
He says: "My llUVdau.gb.lcx had St,
Vitus Danco, wlucb yicidea to 'Bo
treatment but. grw nietidily - worse
until as a last resort wo tried Elec
tric IilUera; and I rejoice to say,
tbreo bottlea effected coinplota
enre." Quick sure cure tor nervous
complaints, general debility, female
weaknesses, Impoverished blood and
malaria. Guaranteed by L. O.
Thompson St Bro's. drug store. Price
The man who l cvory ready to
work adn talk for bis town; TS fue
kind of citlxen that Is apureclatod
aud is tbe ouo who la luually aiid
THE ELKS WILL BUILD
Oecidi 18 Hail New Hosit of Tbelr Own-'-
Splendid Slli Porcbcd and th$
The Elks lodge ot Amarlllo ure.
a progressive lot of people, s well
as a body of the tnot representative
cltltn of the place, and a aoclablc
at. of pepolo,
Last Friday wa the regular meet
ing of 'tbo local lodge and tbe meet
lag whs largely attended. Threw
new members were Riven tho my
terloiia and lmprcKske woilt of tbe
Klka' Initiation and after the regular
work of the met t Inn bad been trail
acted file -'members adjourned lo
tho Elks' cafe, where a bountiful re
paht wa nerred ad highly enjoyed
by all present.
Hluco the burning of Ihu building
In whl.li the'T:lhi' had their lodge
rooms, the lud has had no borne of
their owe, hnt ha?n been boldlug
mcuting In souo other lndje room,
but 'tmy have derided soon to have
a borne of Ihelr own. us rnosfof the
lodges of tbl order h.iTf1 done
throughout the country and at the
Friday nltrht's meeting they made a
substantial move jn thin direction.
P.y unaulniou.i vote It wan decided
to purchase. lots tint, of tho court
house for $ti,t!(M mid In erect there
on nt Honiii iTitntu date, a fine home
of their own.
Tho Dally Paubandle In pleaded to
muko this announcement to the pub
lie, us It tihowa the progicissive fplrtt
of the Elks of Amarlllo aod the
abiding faith of tho members if the
order here, who are all represent
live, elilzens in the future f Am
New Member of I bo T'opular Order
to Bo Initiated.
The Order of tb'. fystic Shrioors
win meet In Amarlllo Nov. iio. for
tho purposo of faking in a clan of
23 members. The m"tlng will bu
hold In the tkatlns rink and afor
tha Initiation ceremonies, a banquet
will be held at. tb Amarlllo bot.cl.
where a fine spread will be Hid for
tho local and visiting Shrluers and
the new members wiio will be I r j
dated luto the mysteries of Ih?
Khrlne On that, evening. ,
Delta Temple of Dallas, will have
charge of the work of Initiation mid
a largo number of shiners from India
Temple, Oklahoma City, will bo pre
cut to participate In the exer: lse.
aiid a fine time In tin' Irlputed. a
the Shrluers nie noted for being one
of the mont Jolly orders on earth.
Had a Clow Call.
"A dangerous hiirglciil operation,
Involving the removal of a uialiKiintit.
ulcer, as lara'as my bond, from my
daughter's hip, was prevented by the
application of Hucklen's Arnica
naive," aya A .C. Stlckol. of Mile
tus, W. Va. "Persistent use of Ihu
salvo completely cured ' It." (aires
Cuts, Hums and Injuries, 23c at L.
O. Thompson & llio's. druggists.
William Penn Anderson Tells of the Su
periority of the Cattle of This Sec-.
tion-Nelson's Sale. ' ,; :
'VftAUV. . J J , n','" ' .
W. P. 'Anderson, special livestock
agent of the Pecos Valley lines of
the santa Fo railway whoso specialty
bus been tho promotlou of the' fine
stock interests of tbe Panhandle and
trade between our . fine stock farm
ors and eht feeders of-Yue'umm
states, carao In Saturday morning
from a lengthy trip east In tbolt la
tercet. In tho aggregate there has
been 30,000 Panhandle calves and
young steers sold at public sale dur
lag tho current seasou at good prices
10,000 of these pusslug under the
hammer last week at Tullulo, Dcca
tur end Kankakee. HI., and Elmore,
Ohio, where O. II. Nelson held a
buoecasful sale of calveB, etc.; cblofly
from the Amarlllo group. All of
tboso cattfe keep their identity from
place of birth, to final consumption
and it is this feature of lrado"fhat
has mado tho small Panhandle stock
farmer both prosperous and famous.
Thcso public sales do not Include
what have been purchased and dU
trlbnted by such buyers as Dan
Ulack ot Ohio, Messrs. Kcyt and Vor
hoes and others in Ohio and Indiana
and what htve been hlpped to and
from tho different market ccnte
While tbo bulk of HiU ."baby r
making is east ot tho wlsst;
Kansas in getting in line.
iSi-st, lowantl, Kao,,
bunch of yearlings raised near Cu
n.idbn, Texas, which sold at Kansa
City Wednesday, weighing 1,201 lb.,
and selling at $.1.40, netting tho feed
er after all expenses including in
tcreet, feud, etc., about $JQ per
head. Tho Crocker Uiothcis of
Razoor, Kan., havo put oa Iced 300
head of tho right kind of calves thin
winter out of which winners may be
selected for next years cattlo show.
(From Saturday's Dally I'anhandle.)
C. R. Blay of 3rooro la in the city
today On business.
Nlcklo Cciblo of Mluuil H in the
city 'today vihtlng eclat Ives.
C. R. Hlny, a prominent merchant
of Groom is In the city today on
iE. E. Peoples, manager at David
son's, Is confined to htn 'homo toil'o
W. jr. Ferguson, a prominent
stockman ot Wellington, Kan.. i'i
loiking up cattle, business in A mar
C P, Cobto retiirncil home Ui
niorniug from Miami whero h'i ba?
been for the past week at Cnhl"
Governor Itrowtiing returned
from Corpus ('hri.-il yeff,irl.iy Kith
Mrs. llrownlug wlnif,i i-onditinn
seeiiH ceu.iideralily improved.
Rev. L D. Aldrcdgo b n relurnod
from Dall.c but s malving pi'epin
lions to move thero where be Im,,
uiccpted thi pastorate nf one if the
J. R. Karris of XinnHc, III , ho
haii liven In tbe city vMit lu -1 tall and
Frederick, tho eHorucy, lefL last
ulght rr Cumby, Texas and llei
Attorney W. K. Gihsou l Claude,
has been a visitor 1n Amarlllo the
past few days. Mr. Gibson
strongly liR-Ilued to 'remove to ibe
metropolis of tho Panhain'l''.
E. F. Chad wick of Roswell, N. M.
who Is opening tip a new addition to
Summnfleld of 000 totsn lots wjj
in the city yesterday nnd mado Tie
Dally Panliandl" a business call.
.lien 1 1 n est of St, l.ocls ami a fur
mer resl lent of Ibis rli.v'lil Vt. Is
In tbn city for a few ilajs Ux'kliip.
up 'old iicnualni.ilices aud builies
afl'.il'S. Mr. Hurst, vein. irked at Ki'1
: grc.il ciiailKes liml, imve taken j 1 ; t '
lu a c(mparalivly few years.
County AUorliey llu;;b 1 1 nipti ' h
lias assumed tile duties of bis oTt'lre.
Hii predeee.-sur, Attorney Gowin,
l":ne.s an excellent , rerun! beliind
him and I li" Dally I'aiihandb' fe Is
safe In saying that. Mr. I'mplr.'eys
will not be derelict in Hie diseliar;,
of his duties.
Mr. John LandeVj;ln. formerly of
St. Louis, I itt now of Amaill!
inHk iic his liome. wini in? i ro a
Mr. P. 11. Lnndernln. Tbo I.anileiiii
brothers are owners of Home 10't.Oo"
acres of Panhandle land mid It. r,oe.
without snylng that they' have faltli
In the future of this country. They
urn genial gcntlemeii whom 11 Is a
pleasure to meet.
Mr. II. C. Nobles Is In Indianapolis
attending tho flrr.t nununl muetlug
of Iho rresbyterlan liroibeihood of
the Piesbyterlnn chinch In the
United States. Tho program of the
first meeting has 'on it such men ns
Gr'uver Cleveland, William .Iennln:;s
Bryan, Ralph Connor, tho author of
"Sky Pilo" and other eminent lay
men and divines.
Hon. A. J. Heather and wlfo of
Kansas Gi'i'. have been vlistors in
Amarlllo for some time. Mr.
Heather i a lecturer nud incident
oily has war record having served
In tho army of Cuba. He is a most
anterl.alnluc acntlcmun nud tbe
lobby of the Amarlllo Is never dull
wbbn ho la in Jt. Mr.. Ifoafbuv
shows his good judgment by taking
Interest In Panbandlo lands. '
C. D. Jones and wife of Tuscola,
III., loft yesterday for their borne
uflcr a visit to tiiolr farm In Halo
county. Mr. Jones Jiiis owned prop
erty in Hale county for nineteen
yoars and is one of the most eutbu
slaatlc Panhandle talkers that, can
be found. His property since tho
purc?lascrhas . Increased in value cn
ormously and should bo dispose of
his holdings today bo would be
thousands of dollars to the good
Walter .Far well and W. H. Gray,
of Farwell, wero guealB at tho Am
arlllo Thursday eveulug, on their,
way to Channing. They, report 'the
now town on tho stato line ia
flourishing cojtfArbMi Among the
JWAiftngMnder oonsl ruction und In
contemplation aro a I brick business
block, un Ice plant (iiod a $25,000
hotel. Thus tho Pajnhaudlo towns
LiQdBs9. iv'f,-u,,f- beginning,
vl, arrivrs '):5- m-
201, departs.... 7:00 p. in,
Pecos Valley & Northeastern.
jot departs .00 a. m
Chicago, Rock Island & Oulf.
No. 1, West, arrives 505 "
No. -'.liasl, depubt 1 2:00 p. m
NV.licc fniportanti:bntiges--linccliv Sunday, N'ovemb er ifl.
hers 7 nud S do not run north of Tcsline.
LOW VACATION RATES
To all Resorts In the North and Hast In Iiffcct
Until September jOth.'
Electric Lights And Fans
Qfe Observation Cars
Fred Harvey Dining; Rooms
EVERYTHING JUST RIGHT.
I'vcrs il.iv until September ,v, round trip excursion rate? to a.H
iiupoit.ini re.'-rtsin tbe bind, including Chicago, Kansis City, Denwr,
t. l'.iul, St. l,oui.
f.i.w one n .v and round tlip rates lo California daily, al'O to Port,
land., Spokane, Helen 1 and mau iuttiuuvlnte points
HoiiKscokci'.'i round! rip tatcs lo Atnarill", Giiymoii, F..taniia,
Tuesdays and Satutrl.ijis.
Special. Bargains Round Trip
Deliver, Colorado SptiiiR, one f.nc Sept, 19, .o, 3 1 , 11, account
rik-. Ontciini il Cclcbiatjon.
Atlanta, Oh., one fate plus $2, Oct. S nud 9, account Home
Oklahoma City, Hiwi-Hoo Couveiiliou, sept, 7, S and 9, one fare
Toronto, Sept. 17, 1.?, 1 1. Grand Lodge 1, O, O. P., one fare plot
Kansas City, Oct. 5. f, 7, 8 and 0, Royal Live Stock Show, one
fare plus z. Write
PHIL A. AUER, G. P. A., C. R. I. & G.,
Fort Worth, Texas
"Sec America First"
"Scenic Line of the World" will make special low rates from Denver
Colorado Springs, Manitou and Fueblo to all tho scenic points of interest in
Colorado and Utah. Our booklot "Vacation Estimates" tells you- about, the
many wonderful places in Colorado Colorado Springs, Manitou, Pikes Peak,
Royal Gorge, Marshall Pass, Ouray and Glenwood Springs and the cost to
A Thousand Miles Around the Clntt or atrip to Salt Lake City
and return are unsurpassed in scenic attractions and inexpensive.
Open -Top Observation Cars, SEATS FREE
Through the Canons during the Summer Months
Writ for free descriptive literature to
S. K. HOOPER, (Ien'l Passenger Ayent
Denver, Colo. '
f COTTOW SEED.
Tor lowest prices and.
quick shipments write
chaw J? a
S CHILDRCSR. TEXA5.
I t. Worth & Denver City.
No. t, ai rives .
No. T, depart.....
No. 7, arrive
No. 7, departs..
Nr J, arrives.. -
No. J, departs -
No. 8, arrive -
No. 8, departs..- -
...11:05 a. nt
...13:55 f- m
$:y a. m
Write for Booklet ati'l Tull Information
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RATES for the.
COLONIST, . J
Spend your vacation in Colorado which is brimfu
of attractions where the exhilaration of the pure dry
air enables you to live tbe genuine outdoor life where
game is plentiful where the streams aro teeming with
trout, and where you will see tho most famous moun
tain peaks, pastas and canon in America,
During the tourist season the
Denver (SRioGrande Railroad
4 t r ri"1
' e"i ,rl f
rfe4 'ie.-e,, ... .