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SEEKS TO INSPIRE IIEfllll CHS fil'MNKR M. RAMSEY NOW WITH HEALTH DKPARTMr.XT OF TEX AS VISITS IN I IT. CAUIBQ APPEftRAMOE BQ8KET III DISTRICT COURT IS COMPLETED: FIRST CASE OF TERM STARTED Suronrr M. Itmv. fi.nm-ily -litor tt Tbs News. I mlllng ilh his fv lly In Amarlllu, snd npoita t lint th Stal Hnlth Iiartmnt if whiih hv U it prsrnt an tUi-hr, la making urslUM iroriB In alt department vf Its work. Mr. Kattisry whils statin that as hss nuthnu vt lmortni to aiva out, la quit actlv with the task In Band, lio haa llt-d many com munllip and at rath In ivnfirt no with th outstanding furof. has tnaJr urgrtRJoria and laid t ut Informal pro gram and ftUrn sdU of a hvlpfal caaraettr. Tha tolkialnx waa tnk.n from thr Tulla Herald. Ix-artr-a in th visit ( Mr. lUmsry to thi ("lhr county cap IUI, will h found lntrrtliii; a XI. Ilamary. of Amarlllu. rpr antlr. th stal hralth bureau and pur food dlvlaion. mit thr rity v'U art and a committee rl women who ST Interested Jn lb atal A town. Tuesday afternoon In lr. Mor row's office, and Irrturrd to them slon sanitation and health Urns. Mr. Itam eejr stated that It waa the duty of th women of fvriy town to co-trat WHa th rlty offlrlala In cleaning up Irw town and enfeninr the law. 11 aald tba cltlier. U every l a n ahould havt enough civic pride to rant to keep their town Uan an the place to begin waa at home, lie told ua the Kill law required ua to keep our bom) and place of business clean acta Inatd and out. !! apk of en Uatlng tba children In t lean-up ram psUrns by organising them Into leagues ta kill flies, rata; clean up alley and inch work. Mr. lUmsey aald It wa tba duly of every woman to help the atata pur food department ly return lag bad groeertea and niests and soeak Ing to th groreryman about It. He also stated that the women ahould co- opsrat with th city offu-lala In aee Ing that all place whre fund I krpt la well artwened and all f4 kept free from dust and another thing aai to a that eld cloth in r. fcata. anrka and tuck Uk were not left hanging on the walla f grocery at ore and meat mar' lata. H gavs number of atate law .a to how thing ahould be don. He toM ua that whll there wa mu-h bar that had been dona he could really Compliment Dr. Morrow and tha rltl Urea of Tulla on Ita appearance. He Mid tht Tulia waa the beat kept little City that be had Inapected on the plains. Ha told ua that ba found aome opM garbar rana back of bualnea places , which had to I don away wltb and that all athea and trash muat aaovsd from the alleys and vacant kAA. Mr. Ttamaey told ua that Dr. Car ries, Stat health officer, would have tm f town In Teiaa inapected and acerwd and th score placed on record la Austin and any one wishing ir.fnr aoition about any town In the atate could writ to Auat.n and art same. He gav- ua many Instructions aa to rity wntinancaj and how ta enforce them. H gar the city official a formula for a standard foodiart. Tueatlay night Mr. Ilamaey lectured to the city official and a number of cltif na. He gar them many Instruction and much literature on health and santtv tie and how to enforce city rdl raaoaa. Hla lecture were a real help ta srery on who beard them." .n Im.lM .l st.u -r 11 bll wdi' li lm H. i n In cui ta win. pioUttr pro. Ctrtl.lir "''I'-'' I" '," I" """ I'-citlvlHB tllH iilti-'ill.'ll of il,tilit court Tlila " ' f AU. n I i l' li I' ! t nir ' 'i'1' " ,"- pir. nl ti-ioi of i out I llid I'm tie r l I . i;v . ' lor mil jmir . A ruling Wii iiuuli- I'V f. initi foiinly J ii.lK" T. W. Mi Itihlo In the M iy trn f vouiitv .";iit l'l iol tin- i'H--'it ill l an ntt. in.t to w-xoki- th"' il'i Ui"n Irarmg on the t.t-" lKn nt 1 ti u'i ! k Tuinl iv nft.. noon unl will I ion timii-d iiiir l"U. v The guiti.l jury ii.lji.ui in il until tin- l.ttt. i ..n t of tin- wick l hcv ii.ivo in-vn III imam llllti'l it'llll ii'liwniil .il'ilMIl w in M llii' Jioin" ni'ir nil win. n.-.i mm.i Slrii thru it-Hi in t" " J'l.lfc'i- Id in S I ! The h tit jury for the w'k h.K utxo ! il i inp iiii lliil The ili-'ti"M of the i:i i ii.N'I l im rollow fimt PtHe I'auik v Mike C. I.f -Mu m . - . 1 1 . ... . ,1 I tla. cr, CollTITiUI'il IiT IM'ril'-r. 1 1 r. iM-oni'iiy w. j- r r. ifcj. , Wrat i t ill M D. Ilu. kvrcl t for Mv 0. V. r at, ivtitlmii'd f"r service. Nntlonul Vnn ine A F To, va. Taniii'r. contmuitl fcr m rvice. K. U. M.ii v. H . Tanner, tmuid for nrvliv II. 8. con Uirel McKre v. V. l. K. Hy. C. sit for May ! snl'lii-t to plea on Venn. t.nn M.Kee vs. V. I S. K, lly. Co.. . t for M.iy 1 1 1 or ice i:i'.ioft vs. V. II Minn. MBed Mlna Ali aanilir v. 3. N. Alciandi-r, sl,' J.ct to plen tmaard. . I p. t H. Wi ll vs Lawrence A. Mart'n v. I'eam J.e f(,r M;(V Martin. s..l. ; ,. K.,rk,p I'llle M ly I HUT V llj nii'"l aet for May 5. . V C. Khnke . W. D. Tw it, hi ll t ai. sc. lor .vi .y .. J. w. Crudgington va. Jl.ttna . uun ; i in-nip m- m - ., .i UIMt , II .11. imlgMient i y ii r.i.iii. Western I'nlnn Tel. V. T. Nohora. aet ; t i. Iletth.i Tlhmlea vs. r a r. r.y. Co.. va Henry VV. M. lay vs. Southwest IV11 Tele. Co . si t for M.iy 5 p. a. Itellniore vs. A. T,. Hutchinson it at. J utcmei.t by default. J. f Thompson vs. . C. Ilumerly et nt. Jmlgmi nt bv ilef.iulf uli ('m.lnll v l:to Camptwll, pie. J i: I'hil'.lp v John Kirtim Tuyne i t nt. set for April ? r,inhnt!p T. A IX. C.v. v. D. M. M.in-n-r. Juttncnt by default. .T .1 Knlgbt v. K. D Tnrter t at. K. Church ct al. pas-d pna:nf pnw.t aunject io pien i piiwi'. City of Amarlllo vs. A. u. .viunn ei ai. llAnftelt. M.ittle Troi tor. ndtr. . v P. A 8. F. irv. Co.. ct nt. set for May a. Hilva.l .r Koli vs r. A fi. F. Tty. Co.. ret for April :". Ann. J.icol vr. J. Luk Jacob, paso-d. F. V. White vs. F. W. Jerslg. ron- FhJiplilgh Hardw ire Co. v. kcr, pssscil. Frank llohr va. Mtgtl I.nrignt. con tlnued for service. II. I. Fltrpatrick v. Western I nlon T.legiaph Co. sit for April 1. Klbhe Tractor A Imp. Co., vs. liia jo settled i:. II. Hlgcs vs. Potithwcstern lV.t Tile Co.. lassiil. ivtrr KoMnxi vs. Com C. Kapanoa. . . . a a I. - a laaimd li in ron jury nm-nn. . ... a . J. K 8tokes v. Carter tnapei .oi ored M settlement. J. V. tliven vs John r-arton rayne et , ftasscd. 8. K. tlli shorn vs M ibcl Cloghorn. passed to non Jury docket. Wlsartelrty vs. Fuqua. passed. F. F. Jualle vs. Charles C. Cannady. set for April :. Norma P.. Harrison vs. O. W. Harrl. William fl. Itussfll va. P. C. 4 U Trigg, aet for May SI. Judson MiCiMikaa vs. Csrri Mc Cnicben, pursed. A. Smith va. American Tly. Eapress Co . set for Msy . V. M. Clay vs. W. D. Msyfleld. Mlaed. Itoberl llaldwln vs. Victor C. lUXil win. Hise. National lluhk nf Commeri' vs. A. B. Ikivia i t al, piisscd. Hliernmii Oil Co vs. A. H. Htlnnett, )Ulgtneiit by default. Mrs O. Wolflin et al Va. Haggle K. Mnthewa ct si, mssed. H i Christian vs I-:. P. Tales, passed. C T Ware et ut v A. P. Munn, ft al. passed C. T. Vsi" et al v. A. II. Munn. passiil. A. I'jiy Wlm-nmn it al Arthur L. Letts et al. passed. Josle M tlrwn vs C J. flreen. tssed. Willie Taylor vs. Henry Hull et si. I wl ). Mrs Allie J.ixKr v. D. A. Jasper. USMd. Cithcrlnil W Hiker vs. Marlon FJ. linker, passed. 11.1. hel tiitnn vs. A C fl.inn, pnsseil (Hie . Well). Vs. A. II. Webb, tvtsscd. ' Kale Htroinl vs litis Htroud. sittliil A. l. Kelt vs. C. W. Strance, con tinued Nma II. Wiathir v. T. P. Wrather, assed. Pauline Cochran vs. Homer Corhmn, IDissed. II. IComple vs. O W. Ilouch. Judr ment by default. Nicy E. Walker vs. Jas. M. Walker. p.i ssihI. Mary ft. Fmlth vs. Harry L. Pmlth, continued for service. Wm. F. Fall rt at va. K4 Hawkins et al. Judgment ! default. ,lol J or el in . Klmon Jordan, pause. I. Hen H. Stone va. J. T. Mayhugh el il. dlsnilnsi-d. riltll M1STI.KT0K t RKAMKHl BUTTER 45c per lb i RANDAL DRUG CO. j Rods Fountain Dept. W will leal mir rye and dellrsf you a pair vf Mary L. Culleit vs. J. It. Cullum, dla mlaaed. J. II. Fetli vs F. W. D. C. Hy. Ca, set for Juns I Mlnnis Nuwlen vs. H. K. Nowlen, paaed. yulreno Ueresa va C. R. I. ft O. Ry. Co . aet for April !5. A. H. McAfee, air., va. 11. I). Dunlesn, leased. II. H. Whlttlngton vs. hTankle Whll- llhgloll. subject to plea. T. M. Uruncr et al va. Mrs. Geo. I. Hand. Judgment by default. Catl Huns vs. F.mm 81ms. passed. W. A. McHiHiddin vs. Kmeruld Oil Co . imnoved to Frdersl court. Ida M. Oieeti vs. City of Amarlllo. sst for May ? J. N. Ciieeit vs. City i.f Amarlllo, aet for May S. F. K. Porter i t al vs. T. W. A D. C. P.y. Co.. set for May S. A. I.. Wagner et al va Chlcknsha Cotton Oil Co., iH-tlttou fur removal to Federal court grunted. K Parte, application vs. Mary Mna Wilson, minor, luisscd. IM KOt' JMIwKV HOtiH AltK IIKIM.IMi (iOOII PHUFS. rentty recelvnl by II. N. Ikakley A Hon of tills point, th slilpintnt consist ing of two sows and flvs gaits. Thuss antiiwU wei puichaaiid uf lieu. 1. L1I lard uf A i ling tun and C. C. Hcott of Waco, and Ihs flvs grits wers sired by th famous III.&00 "L's Pathfinder" boar, owned by the Tyler County Uvs slock Association. This Is His highest priced buiir ever sold In ths outli, and was fonnerly known aa Reecs'a rath- flnder, Thru ten-week old Duroe plga Wra sold recntly by ths local firnt U WU lluin Huerman. promlnsnt farmer and breeder of Odoin. The year lIt cnrreatwnd to lh year 1030 of the Creak Church. Oh How Glorious to Be Free From Rheumatism's Tortures! Hirrll l The News. RiiltHTiiWN. Mar. II Heven bend of ' registered I Hiris1 Jersey bog were ie-, Juit luppoi you could la free from your dospssated, agonizing rheumstlc achat and pains, your stiff Joints and unsightly swellings! "Wouldn't you five anything: to got rid of them T You hava dsubtlesi rubbed on outsia1 treat rnenti; most rheumatism sufferers ha vs. Soma of thsss taVc ths tdg off th trrrrSla pslns for a few hoars, but they do not stsfcs at tha sause, which nearly always lie S.S.S. in tha poisoned, Impovarishsd blood. When thla Is so, you nssd an In temal remedy, ona that will tska out tha Impurities that are tortur Ing you, ona Ilka famous which has relieved thousands of cases of rheumatism all over tot country Just thla way. Get 8.S.S. from your druggist today, and afUr starting with it writ ua history of your case, addressing Chief Medical Advisor, 477 Swift Ub oratory, Atlanta, Caor-gla. MANUAL UKI U 10. KANDAL DItt'O CO. Ti:aEPBE!iaVcDI!!!l3qEVS at? son. passed. tlnuecl lor serv i.-e i r W HrlJces v. Herman Wagg. set ( Thomas Uimtiert vs. Kmma Ijmbert. for May th. Ida Murie Johnson vs. OrUn It. John sin. pasrod. Vcler Waller vs. Will A. Waller, passed. K. K. Miti hell et at vs. FrH E. An derson, plr In aliatement and passed. P.oxle Uwight v. C. C. Uwight. passed. (. L. Rcslr.aer v F. W. A D. Hy. Co.. set for Mav t 'continued for service. Mollis P.. Mullen vs. M F. Mullen, passisl. J Nell Hidrl' k vs. W. A. Hcdrlck. p.ael. ' llnley A I l. k vs. Cl mber Motor ; Corporation, settled A. J. Thompson Pro. Co. vs. Pacific Fruit Pro. Co., passed, i A. J. Thompson Pro. Co. va. Taclflc i Fru'J A Pro. Co . ct al, passed CLASSES Trig INVISIBLg tlPOCAU within twenty four hours. Va da nothing eta but teal res snd tit ; (Isaacs. HYDEN'S Firliiidv Optnmelrist and Optician 18 I'olk Phime lw 8. M. Mi Kee vs. P. set for M.iy . A P. F. P.y. Co . It. C. Housel, i t al. parsed. trustee vs. J. A. McGve LUCBQGK r.U5QHS WILL ERECT EH i ! FURS! FURS! FURS! I Cleaned. Helloed and BsasodeJed. New hir soada to rder. Out of Iowa wars i a specialty. ! MRS. L. C. CAZZELL AU Work Guaraatssd ! lhon 171 Fill aw 8t VSBW SJSMSBSSase - y m V.A 1 Mb iw ' "i btt yo don't know what I W for luntM" UtlJtn sas foyoa iilutjf Mary Jane and Joe Bluejay ajrlalTW a. LVBIIOCK. Mar. . Th combined bodies of th Masonic order at thla place recently completed th purchase of flvs lots on block away from ths retail sc Um of ths town for ths location of a Masonic Tempi, plans for which bavs been undsrway for soma time. WUk aa Increase of mors than 190 per eseit within th past year In sev era I of ths bodies an already Urge membership to suit with, the various lodges ars In good financial condition. Tba present quarters, built by ths lodae awraral years ago and composing the oaUra third floor of ths Cltlsens' Na ttoaat Bank Bulldftig. ars entirely too small to handle the targe classes and lodaw functions that ars handled by taoso lodges from tlm to Urn. CHIROPRACTIC For Actrtt, Chronte tot NtTMt J. F. BROMERT, D. C Eakla Building 4th and folk 81. Taos ltSI " yVeoch engineer claim to hsvs constructed the world's smallest sir. plans 17 feet wids and 11 feet high. For Sale My seven room residence located 1807 Harrison on pavement, shown on ly by appointment. Phone 190 or 730 ' F. S. DAVIS O and in q tourin deeper to 1 ; ttlll): You save tbout half the berth rate. You travel on a first-class train The Missionary. Fred Harv ey meals at stations. Santa Fe "all the way." For Information s lo Kale. Itoule. IteservsUous. fctc. call rbooe J300. Wallon i' or write T. B. GALLAHER AMARILLO, TE.VS t'"al Tsssenser Agant. The Gfimd Canyon line We'll Keep Yoar Ford Healthy When your Ford need tuning ir toning up bring It In here. When It needs repair of major cr minor pruisirtlona you'll find our scrvire thoroughly reasnn shle. Tou'U find that we're com plrtely conversant with It mei h aniMin and gum unti e ull wurk fully. The G. E. Abbott Co. iilhorled I m il Scrvlc S0:i T)ler SI. I'hnn I7 ONE fine day when Spring had come and old Fatty Bullfrog had started to tell peopl "You-better-go-'round You-better-jo-round" Mary Jane met Joe Bluejay. Joe waa sitting at the edge of twig mak ing faces and calling names at Tabby White rose, the cat Tabby had a very bad temper anyhow, and what Joe said to her didn't make it any better. Mary Jane drove tabby away and told Joe he ought to know better than to start a rum pus on a beautiful Spring day like that. Joe said he knew it, but old Whiteface was too smart anyway. Mary Jane said "Well you know a lot, but I bet you don't know what 1 had for lunch." And Joe said what did aha have for lunch. Mary Jane said "I had the most delicious pancakes all spread over with Mary Jane Syrup. I ate, and I ate till my mother was afraid I'd bust. But she said 1 don't blame you they are so good anybody would want to eat them just the way you do.'" And then Mary gave Joe Bluejay one of the pancakes all for himself, and then he Baid,"Mary, your Judgment of pancakes and syrup ia all right. And you tell your mother I said so." And Mary did, and now they have pan cakes and waffles, and all aorta of delicious food spread with Mary Jane Syrup whenever they want it, LOOK FOR th aesr Mry Jtnm mtorf ' "Mrr an end In flumhs-fls." 17 T3 T?T? For sll children. The complete srt of JO Mary Jane Fairy Talcsbeautl. V L.EjIlt fully illustrated. Sent free upon receipt of one Mary Jane Label I taken from can of Mary Jane Syrup. Write Corn Product! Refining Company, Argo. Illinole. Everybody is Talking about the delicious sorghum flavor of Mary Jane Syrup. Try it yourself on pancakes, hot biscuits serve it to the chil dren on sliced bread. Economical? Ves it costs less than most syrups. Get a can today at your grocer's. Pfimf JANE SYMIP WITH THAT DELICIOUS SORGHUM FLAVOR W. E. KINGSBURY . ft.aaa .CaalaS) aBMMfsf 1 300 North Erva? SU DaIUs, Trt. i 150 Phone 100 for real Storage Battery, Service Only place in the city employ ing factory trained men. We repair any Battery, Magneto, Starter or Generator. T,M. Caldwell Co. FOR SALE My furnUhcd homo, 1S02 Polk Street. l!usinc Property, the Louie. -KM Polk. Allen Early, Owner Company f,l k L. Tranfser and Storage Phone 67 for Storage and Crating 3rd Street on Santa Fe. Phone 50 for moving Household Gooda, Piano and Baggage 404 E. 4th Street ' We move your Household Goods and Pianos; Your Baggage from house to house and from depot to any part of city; Your Office Fixtures; also any kind safes, machinery, etc.; anything that can be moved on wheels. We crate and box your furniture and household goods, pack your china and cut gla.a, wrap and burlap carpets and mattress. Also furnish boxes for yow Pianos, tag and ship to you any part United States. You do not have to wait for anything. Pay your bill when you receive gooda. PHONE US.