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AMARILLO, T li X A S , TUESDAY. OCTOBER 24. 1 905
VOL. XX.
NO. 33
SMALL STRIKELET.
Elmhirsl Motel Waiters Oo Out
at Noon -Service is Hardly
Interfered With.
Saturday morning the manage
ment of the Elmhirst Hotel ex
perienced quite a little strike in the
walking out of four of the employ
ees of the dining hall and kitchen
force.
The trouble was brought about
by the influence of one of the wait
tresses, who becoming dissatisfied
with restraints placed upon her
jurisdiction in the kitchen and din
ing department, induced three of
her fellow employes to join her in
refusing to comply with the re
quirements of the hotel.
At 12 o'clock sharp the strike
was declared on, just at the hour
when the guests were preparing
for luncheon and at the most em
barrassing time for the manage
ment of the hotel.
F. Hulett, manager of the hotel,
promptly fired the whole bunch,
and although placed at adisadvant-
C. B. REKDKR II. II. COOPER
Reader &. Cooper,
LAWYERS
xmarill"
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age in promptly serving lunch, only
a few minutes were lost in making
arrangements for service in the
dining hall. Announcement of
lunch was made just fifteen min
utes later than the usual time, but
the service was such that few of
the guests were aware of the de
claring and prompt settlement of a
strike, which might have resulted
in a hungry afternoon for the large
number of guests at the hotel that
day.
Superintends Bl Sale.
Judge 0. H. Nelson, president of
the Western Stock Yards Co., de
parted Saturday night for Fort
Madison where he goes to conduct
his big sale of Panhandle calves
and yearlings to corn belt feeders
which will be held in that city on
Oct. 26.
The cattle to be sold during this
sale are all from the Panhandle
country and comprise the best
grades of Hereford, Angus and
Shorthorn breeds, which are raised
by some of the most prominent
raisers in the Panhandle.
A New Sunday School,
Rey. Geo. A. Chatfield general
missionary of the Congregational
church has organized a Sunday
school at 100 Buchanan St. The
first services were held on last
Sunday, with a good attendance,
and interesting classes. Regular
meetings will be held at the above
number at 3 p. m. each Sabbath
and overy one is most cordially invited.
Bank Clearings at Amarillo for Week Ending
Saturday, October 21, 1905 . . $66,912,15
(First National Bank not reporting.)
AFFAIR OF HEARTS
Miss Trigg Entertains the J. U. U.
Girls and Happy Announce
ment is Hade.
Miss Mamie Trigg entertained
the members of the J. U. G. Club
yesterday afternoon at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Twitchellon
Pierce street. The object of the
meeting was the announcement of
the approaching marriage of Miss
Maud Roberts, a member of the
club to W. T. Coble, who resides at
Adobe Wells, in Hutchinson county,
where he has extensive ranch in
terests. The recepUon hall, parlors and
drawing room were tastefully deco
rated with while and red hearts
which were displayed in every con
ceivable form. Each guest was
presented with a small heart bear
ing an original verse, the solving
of which was the surprise exponent
by the guests in the announce
ment of the wedding which was
written on a large heart and con
cealed from view. The guests af
ter a thorough search were suc
cessful in finding it with the above
announcement.
The marriage will be celebrated
at the Baptist church on the even
ing of November 16th. Immedi
ately following the ceremony the
young couple will depart for Can
ada, where they will spend the
winter.
Looking After Cattle Interests
Erasn us Wilson of Los Angeles,
president of the Wilson, Popham
Cattie Company, accompanisd by
Al Popham manager of the same
company with headquarters here,
were in Amarillo Friday and Satur
day, leaving after a two day's stay
for Pecos City, where they go to
look after their ranching interests
in that section.
The Wilson Popham Co.. control
the U ranch in western Texas and
both of these gentlemen will spend
a week or more at this ranch look
ing after their cattle interests.
A. G. BOYCE, Pret. W. M. LAY, VlceP J. T. SNEED, Jr., Cashier J. H. BOYCE. Assistant Cashier
THE AMARILLO
NATIONAL ..BANK
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $160,000. ..Money to loan on real estate
Correspondence or a Personal Interview Cordially Invited.
Courttous treatment to all.
DIRECTORS: A. G. Boyoe, B. T. Ware W. M. Lay, J. T. Sneed. Jr. W. Boyoe.
AT THE
nPERA HOUSE
J Henry Elliott, Manager
OCT. 26, 27 and 28th
THE
Century Stock Co.
A TEXAS ROMANCG Thursday night
A RUSSIAN SPY Friday night
LOST FOR A DAY Sat. Matinee
DEADWOOD DICK Saturday night.
A CARLOAD OF SCENERY
7 BIG VAUDEVILL ACTS 7
PRICES 25c, 35a and 50c
SPECIAL-Any lady admitted free
the opening- night if accompanied
with a person holding a paid 60c
ticket.
II
Fresh at The Nook
Destroyed by Fire.
Saturday at the noon hour fire
broke out in the residence of E. F.
True, residing north of the Denver
tracks, resulting in a complete loss
of the house. The contents were
partially lost, only a few house
hold articles being? saved from the
flames. The loss to the house was
covered by insurance to the
amount of $1000.
Well Known Breeder Here.
James Free of Brookefild Mo.,
senior partner of the firm of James
Free &i Son, dealers in fine horses
and stallions, was in the city a few
days last week, leaving for his
home in Brookfield yesterday
evening.
This was Mr. Free's third visit
to Amarillo and the Panhandle and
he states that he is just as enthu
siastically impressed with the
great possibilities of this section of
the country as he was upon his
first visit here nearly three years
ago. Mr. Free says that the live
stock raisers and farmers of the
Panhandle are coming to realize
the importance of breeding their
range and work horses up to the
highest standard of use. He says
that the better quality horse bears
the same relation to its owner as
graded or registered cattle and in
Golden Grain Flour.
McKnlght & Williams
FIRE INSURANCE.
Rooms Numbers 12 and 14
Eberstadt Bid. Phone No. 75.
comparison of values the horse is
by far the most important to the
owner.
During his recent visit here Mr.
Free investigated the land possi
bilities in Moore and adjoining
counties and says that he will likely
invest in land in these counties
'ater- .
f outhern Kansas Rates.
Street Fair and Carnival at
Woodward, 0. T., Oct 23-28.
Tickets on sale Oct 22-27 inst.
Limit Oct 50th, Rate $6.95 for
the round trip. A one and one
third fare from all points on the
Southern Kansas.
D. L. Myers, T. W. White,
T. M. Local Agt.
Denver Road Rates.
Northwest Texas Conference,
M. E. Church, held at Hillsboro,
Texas, Nov. 15 to 22. Tickets on
sale Nov. K-15. Limit to Nov.
23 to return. One and one-third
fare for the round-trip.
L. B. Simmons, T. W. White,
T. F. & P. Agt. Local Agt.
Infant of fir. and Hrs. C. Phillips.
On Friday, Oct. 13th occured
the death of the infant child of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Phillips, aged
two days. Interment was made in
Amarillo cemetery.
GOLDEN GRAIN FLOUR
Was awarded the Gold
Medal at the World's
Exposition, St. Louis,
last year. We sell it.
D. N. WRIGHT a SON
Phone 145' SOS Polk St.
Visits Brother Mere.
Ennis Roberts, a sergeant in the
10th battery field artillery U. S. A.,
stationed at Fort Shilling, Minn.,
was in the city Saturday and Sun
day, the Ruest of his brother, W.
S. Roberts. Mr. Roberts is off on
a 90 days furlough and is on his
way to visit his father, who resides
near Fort Worth. Mr. Roberts
has been in the regular army over
three years and upon the expi
ration of his enlistment, recently
reenlisted again for three years.
He discredits the old 6tory that
regulars in the United States army
have no privileges and are subject
ed to the roughest kind of treat
ment. He says that his experience
in the service has always been
pleasant and that the life of an
army man is interesting and in
structive and far from being a life
of drudgery as frequently told by
thoso who seen service in either the
regular army or the volunteers.
Talk of The Shops For Amarillo.
Did it ever occur to you why we
hsve advertised so much, "Your
money back if you want it?"
It might seem straige to you,
that for any reason or other with
in your own jurisdiction that you
can return merchandise purchased
from us, and have your money re
funded. It might seem even stranger,
that we are willing to let you take
our goods, go . and compare them
with any of our competitors, and
then if you find others of better va
ue for the same money, or the same
value for less money, or for any
reason whatsoever, vou return the
merchandise and get your money
back.
But the explanation is simple
OUR GOODS ARERIGHT AND
WE KNOW THE PRICES ARE
RIGHT, combining value and qual
ity with reasonable prices, goods
that fit both body and purse.
We have the largest stock of
goods to select from that you want,
such as mens', boys' and child rens'
suits, shoes, hose, underwear, la
dies' tailor-made suits and coats,
blankets, comforts, furs too much
to enumerate, in fact every luxury
and necessity of life, in the dry
good 8 and clothing world.
AmarilloV cheapest, oldest and
best dry goods and clothing estab
lishment, where the best and
shrewdest buyers and smartest
dressers buy their goods.
33-lt THE FAMOUS.
Purchase Land in Moore.
J. H. Nordmann, B. Knuff, B
Nannemann and W. F. Becker
formed a prospecting party here
last week from Mein Mo.
Each member of the party, with
the exception of Mr. Becker, who
is thee postmaster at Wein, are
practical farmers and their visit
here was for the purpose of invest
igating suitable land for farming
purposss. They spent several
days looking over the' land in the
immediate vicinity of Amarillo and
were favorably impressed with
conditions as they found them.
Theo returned home Monday night
but they would in all probability la
ter close deals for farms in Moore
county between Amarillo and Du
mas.
Jim the Penman.
H. H. Tally, who has been a
rather prominent figure on the
streets of Texico this summer, is
now a star boarder at the jail in
Hereford. He got very busy dur
ing the last few days of his stay
in Texico, writing and passing
checks. He did not seem to be
OUR
OUR FACILITIES for giving you
first class banking service are un
surpassed. We have the capital, the
equipment, the correspondents, and in
fact everything necessary for the
prompt dispatch of business. You
will find us prompt, courteous, lib
eral and obliging. Will be glad to
have you call any time.
jjj THE NATIONAL BANK
OF COMMERCE. 1
4 CAPITAL STOCK, $75,000.
f J. L. Smith President
!B. C. D. Bynum, . Vice-President
Ray Wheatley Cashier
AMARILLO, TEXAS.
Pasture for Cattle
The American Pastoral Co., Ltd., has
good grazing on its LX Ranch, at Amar
illo for 6,000 head of steers, and is pre
pared to negotiate with parties looking for
pasture until the 1st of May next, for
herds of not less than 1,000 head. For
terms and conditions: apply to
W.H.Smith, LX Ranch
Amarillo, Texas. '
The First National Bank
OF AMARILLO, TEXAS.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $300,000.
This bank has ample facilities for taking care of your business, no matter
how extensive. We want your business, and a trial will demon
strate how anxious we are to please you.
4 per cent interest paid on savings deposits.
W. HFUQUA, President,
Chas. J. E. Lowndes, Cashier. J. S. Chesnutt, Asst. Cashier
signed to a check, either, but gave
Sneed & Horn of Hereford prefer
ence. One could get any kind of
an old check from him, however,
very particular whose name he
Taylor Summers
Fire Insurance
Phone 51 Opera House Bids'.
and size didn't seem to cut much'
figure. He fleeced the town to
the amount of about $500 or $600,
and started for fresh fields. The
sheriff of Deaf Smith county, how
ever, was on his heels and rounded
him up in Amarillo. We are in
formed he has respectable, well-to-do
relatives in Texas, but as this
seems not to be his first act of ras
callity, they will not come, to his
assistance. Texico Trumpet.
NEW LINE OF HATS
Have arrived at
THE FAMOUS
Come and see them.
1
GUNS! GUNS!) GUNS!!
Do you expect to enjoy the fine hunting this season? If so let us show you
our fine display of shot guns and rifles, r
We bought a drummers samples of the celebrated Casteel & Casteel guns
at 66 cents on the dollar and will close them out at unheard of prices.
Prioes Ran.e from $10 to $25.
We will well you second hand rifles and shotguns at your own prices.
J. V. RICE & CO.
305 Polk St. New and Seoond Hand Furniture 'Phon
H-la
J Cheaper Baking Powders Than
RICHELIEU
At B
Bat you don't Know what they
are made of
RICHELIEU is pure
Cream of Tartar and not
Lime and Alum. Your
dough will be delighted to
an introduction to it. It
comes in I -lb cans at 45c.
IT IS THE BEST YET
artlett's
Corner 5th and Polk Sts. Phone 173.
Ka In
ALFDIM
Frosli candies, honey, pickles, assorted fancy
cakes, fruit and vegetables In season "
514 Polk Street.
IrlnlO
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