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THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. FEBRUARY 12. 1909.
if NEW NOVELTY GOODS At The Leader We have just received a nice line of Novelty Goods that are strictly up-to-date and the best that the market af fords at the prices. We have so many new things in this line that we can't mention all of them but hope to have you see for yourself. You can rest assured that the styles we show you are right. Brooches Belt Buckles Barretts Stick Pins All the latest fads that fash- This line surpasses any that It is useless to say very much The newest things in this line ion has decreed we have ever shown and will about these, for every lady needs in the GKA PE PIN but we have 50c to $1 00 have to be seen to be appreciated. one or two, and can find just many other styles to select from. n , ' 35C tO $1.25. the thing here. . Don t miss seeing them. Belts Bags Combs Neckwear Thjs is a yery important item full line of the newest nov- Ye cannot describe the many The daintiest and best that to any lady and an awfully easy cities and the prices are very different kinds of fancy combs we could find. A nice assort- thing to iind if you come here reasonable, quality considered, but we believe we can please ment to select from. Also a to get it. If you need a new one we have the most critical buyer. line of ladies' linen collars. 50c to $1.50. what you want. We want to call your eapecial attention to the CRAPE JEWELRY which is being advertised more than anything else. If you have a brooch, belt buckle or comb with this on it you know you are wearing the latest. 1 o I THE LEADER Builders of Reliable Business With Reliable Goods. j DISTRICT COURT ABOUT THROUGH. MANY CASES CONTINUED ON DOCKET UNTIL NEXT TERM OF COURT. Fewer Cases Than Ever Before Disposed of Transfe'red Criminal Cases the Cause of Trouble. went to his home in Amarillo. lie will return Saturday and ad journ court for the term. The minutes show the follow ing transactions since our last issue. j Win. Willard, No. 403, vs. Ce ; dar Valley Land Co.; judgment for plaintiff for cancellation of ! vendor's lien and quietingof title I upon defendant's disclaimer tiled j in the cause. j The State of Texas vs. John W. Williams, No. 400, witnesses en ter recognizance for appearance at next term of court. State of Texas vs. Doby ll liams, No. 407; same entry. pi-oven to be almost a fiasco as! Special veniremen in tne vwi n -aids the trials. In fact the! Hams casos allowed per diem number of cases tried was very ! amounting to 30. Miia anil attorneys oi uns citv i juii lunusinraouuiuu. A LARGE MODERN ( 'ontinui'd from First I'ajrc.) liat appeared to be one ii f largest and heaviest dockets ; the district court of thiscoun- that has ever been known has of ; building will be devoted to offices j COMMISSIONERS' BANK BUILDING.; rooms every one of which has j HOLD COURT. I two rooms to the suite at least j and each suite having good light i FIRST NATIONAL WILL ERECT A BUILDING i ant 'ct entrance from the, fund as was llls0 a Hko amount ' . : a. . a 1 . i 1.., II ' ON NORTHWEST CORNER. .room imo ine la.ge fr()m tho (;oneral fun,i to the which runs through the center , Ro;id and Hri,- taml of the building. The lront stair Two Sto7 Brick With Stone Trimmings Modern in All Apponitments and a Great Ornament. . y that the failure to try many civil cases was caused by the fa'-t that the two Williams mur der cases were brought to this (.ointv from Parmer county. Ai-a meeting of the Hoard of Directors of the First National Bank of this city this week the plans for their new banking house were adopted and the thiol drawings of the plans are now being made. After the plans are finally completed, the bids for the construction of the building will be invited at once and work will be rushed so that the bank. i may be installed in i.ieir new The renort of Ed Hoffman as way is to be broad and has an ro.( overscer of prw.jnct No. 2 entrance of imposing appearance. !wa;. exairjinC(1 and llinm,Vedt as The front of the banking por- j was alsQ the reiK)rt ()f Chas L tion of the building will have two! C(,rdon-Cumming overseer, immense columns, the entrance The propnsition of R( G. Kirsl, being set back into the building. 1 1() furnjsh the planS) sl)(icitu.a. ine trimmings or itie entire Imilillncr nni t h.- nf f ':i rt 11 :i I 1 U Jill 1 II fy .11 V 1 ' V ' ' . ' 111 t 1 . ' . J l . diem amounting to $172. Jury for second week of term empaneled and consisted of J. II. Hall, Jim Foster, Ed Wesley, G. S. Ballard, S. B. Lofton, K. G. I home as soon as possible. Attorneys in the civil cases Oldham, J. L. Prichard, T. H. The proiminary plans which thought that the entire two; Rowan, J. Frank Smith, W. E. j werc pr0parel by the K. G. weeks of the term would be used : Iaughery, II. E. Foster, O. j Fvir.sh Architectural Company of iu trying these two cases alone Blankenship, J. M. Gibson, J-j St. Louis show a building that a:..! therefore did not make ex-; T. Campbell and J. W. McClain. wjh be beautiful in outline and Pii-ive preparation for trial of j 1. uegraneni eiu .no. oo., tjie jnsKe arrangement- is as 1 tions and schedules for the fur nishings in the new court house. marble and terra cotta, the out-; makjn,, ton bue prints for ,he side walls bemg finished in -i use of t)e court) for Ul0 sum of ameled press brick. The inside ! M) was consjderod and ilcccl)ted building is to have plate glass ; th(? ainount to be paid upon ae. show windows with large double : coptam.e of tj10 pians. door entrance. j The quarterly report of W. D. As for the general finish of the jSc()tt) coimty attorney, was ex building it is said that the speci- j amined and approved. hcations will call lor the very! r,M . f4, , I, . , , , , . i i he report of the jury of view best material that can be bought I . . , .... , TT ippoiiufu upon inu leiuiiiiiiiL ii. II. Gillham, et al. being favora ble and having been examined, . . , -i un wuu uiiu niv t wau ui . . i-i...:u dorcd opened. ii business. wiien ine ton-s oims umc, uiu . noar periect as can t!i:::ance was had in the Williams : tinued by agreement of parties jTJ)e enljre building will cover an ra-es were therefore not ready j and set for first day of next term j area of sixty fet.t on the s.juare ii'i' t rial and therefore a majority i at - o clock, p. in. iand w;n run (-1 th-' cases on the docket were; Jury for first week allowed continued. ; P-T diem amounting to !?72.W. ! ' 4 T.i ri ... r il matters of in-I A. Jonnson mj. oji, m. u. - - - ( When the con-! vs Silas Lake, et al, cause con I be made. i !! nncip divorce matters i..r,-vt in tl.ecnrt this week was . 1 Jolmson, divorce; hx- trial in the Johnson divorce granted and custody of minor e.e in whicli judgment was re a- j children given to plaintiff, with dered by the Court in favor of j t'wts adjudged against defend- 1 i- ti.lincrm rvr)tr lir.r il t- I ant. oice with custody of the child ren, and the trial of the Frank Lester case. In the Lester case in which he was charged with maiming there was a hung jury for a long time, several of the jury wanting to render a verdict of simple' assault, but a verdict was finally rendered of aggravat ed assault and a line of $100.00 ami costs imposed. The greater portion of the re mainder of the week's time was put in by the lawyers in arguing di;Verent motions and matters of like nature. Yesterday after noon the Judge practically dis posed of all these matters and E. D. Harrell, W. T. Moreland and W. C. Baird appointed jury commissioners to select jurors for next term of court which they did. Fulton Lumber Co., No. S7, vs Canyon City Ice & Light Com pany, motion to correct judg ment; Granted and order of sale allowed for Block 40 in Heller addition and Block 24 in Lair ad dition, with buildings and im provements. The State of Texas vs. Frank Lester, maiming, defendant pleads not guilty; trial by jury and verdict of aggravated assault (Continued on Pae 7.) back V20 feet on Houston street. The corner room is to be occupied by the bank as its home and will be .'JO by M) feet in outside measurement. Just back of this on Houston street is to be a rear stairway with handsome entrance going up to the second story, and back of the stairway is a large office room of about lM by 40 feet. Underneath this rear portion of the building will be the boiler rooms and basement for the heat ing aparatus as the entire build ing will be heated by steam. The inside building is to be the full width of one lot, SO feet and is to extend back the full dis tance and is to be erected for a business house. We understand that there are several firms who desire to rent this very desirable house but up to this date no defi nite arrangements have been made. The entire up stairs of the and that the finish will Oe in! strictly city style. The archi tects have endeavored to makei modern style coupled with dura bility and convenience. The Harrell Confectionery ha.-, this week received a large gen erator for the use in generating the water for their soda fountain A l . . .Jill 1. 1 I .ill-.. V. V..W ...... and best in the state. Bert Wilson of Amarillo was in the city Tuesday attending to some business matters. C. K. Burrow is making a tour of the Rockwell Brothers lum beryards this week. Phone 41 when you have an tem of local news. Be a News subscriber. Lame Shoulder. This is a common form of mus cular rheumatism. No internal treatment is needed. Apply Chamberlain's Liniment freely three times a day and a quick cure is certain. ""This liniment has proven especially valuable for muscular and chronic rheuma tism. For sale by the City Pharmacy. A petition from I. Mantz, etal was received asking for a public road running from Umbarger south to the county line and the court granted the petition ap- lKinting Ed Baird, C. Gordon- ! tJummintr. i. W . JMcUIure. 1. C. Jenkins and C. T. Degraftenried as jury of view. Upon the petition of I. N. Hicks et al. for a public road beginning ! at the east corner of Section 112, Block C, running west to the in tersection of the Tulia and Can yon road, was granted and a jury of view was appointed consist ing of 11. B. Kedfearn, M. O. Slack, R. W. Bruce, I. W. Mc Clure and . Moore. The report of J. W. Sfddard as road overseer was examined and approved. The taxes on Survey No. 121, in Block No. 2, was corrected and reduction allowed and cer tified copy of order ordered to be sent to state comptroller. The court appointed the road overseers for the various pre cincts as follows: 1. C. M. Meeks. 2. Jesse Pierce. 3. Frank Wurster. 4. I. W. Scott, Ii. E. M. Cornell. C. Thad Cobb. 7. J. B. Dick. K R. E. Fostor. 0. Joe Gamble. 10. M. O. Slack. 11. J. M. Craig. 12. J. K. Nunn. 13. Sam Wiggins. 14. . 15. W. E. Bennett. 10. Charles Atkison. The officers selected to hold the school elections in the va rious precinct are as follows: District 1. G. C. Wiseman, John Boulware, James E. Park. 2. J. H. Crawley, J. M. Em ery, Tom Slack. 3. Louis Salzman, J, R. Skid more, Eckert. 4. R. W. Bruce, J. M. Craig, Henry Moore. f. A. B. Cage, L. A. Pierce, Easter. fi. Andy Costly, H. J. Web ber, J. B. Dick. 7. J. A. Wilson, W. B. Camp bell, Martin. h. Peter Meyers, II. F. Frary and I. W. Scott. 0. James Knox, Wm. McCann R. II. Cahler. 10. P. C. Buckner, II. James, Henry Wesley. 11. W.G.Ross, Frank Wurs ter, Thomas Lester. 12. 0. R. Blankenship, Adam Walker, John Ladehoff. 13. F. M. Gruner, Irving Ful ton, John Ileman. P. D. Casey made a hurried business trip to Amarillo Tues day. Judge A. N. Henson is having another windmill put up on his place that he may irrigate more extensively. THOSE old Suits and 1 Trousers of yours need cleaning and pressing. We Know Mow. Let Us Do It. CANYON TAILORING GO. South Side of Square