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1Mb I WICB-A-WEhK HERALD, JULY 17, 1906
522232232331 Ejik. 1 7TTI 1 TO) 1 JLiL r TST if mf NEW MEXICO THE SANTA FE RAILROAD DIVISION POINT 325 Lots in Townsite. if Melrose is situated thirty-five miles west of Texico, N. M,, on the Belen cutoff of the Athison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad, Orders have been issued to the Engineer in chief of the new lines to put in the extensive yards, and work has'begun on the same, A large two story office building, sixty by one hundred, and a two story depot one hundred and twenty-five by sixty-five, both of stone, are to be erected in the near future. This town is situated in a fine farming community where excellent crops are being raised,; Thistownsite is owned and con trolled by the Santa Fe Railroad Company, THIS ISA FINE OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST IN TOWN LOTS. There are twenty-five store buildings and residences erected in MELROSE at the present time and a bank building and ten store buildings are to be started at once, v , ; MELROSE will be a town of 2,000 population in two years. The lots are being sold very rapidly, and this is the last op portunity you will have to buy lots in the division point townsite. , Prices of these lots are reasonable and terms on easy payments; warranty deeds, abstracts of title, Onethird purchase price, one-third in six months, balance in one year, with 8 per cent interest on deferred payments. The Samta Fe Land Imp rovemetit -Go, For Haps, Plats and Terms of Sale see E.J.Carl?n, Pecos Valley Immigration Company; RusJl"BI)Ck,i";, Amarillo, Texas. ' ; sat J I LOCAL NEWS. ' Jude N. C. Martin has dei-iik-fl 1o cut up about oiw-half of his taauti ful place, Forest Hill, about ne mile east of town. He la not going to sell It 1o speculators, but to ieoi$e who will build neat homos on It. Tfcis win make one of the moat deslrahle sub urbs of Amarillo. Judge Martin's place "hitM long lieen noted for the beauty or Its trees and shmbbery, and It will be n lovely place for homes tif people of modern!. minns who win build. If you have property you want sold list It with us. Donahoe & Wemple, Room 10, Eakle building. 56-tf C. n. Boeder's elegant new home Just south of the City park. Is about completed. Call, write or phone lis. We will be glad to hear from you any way. Office 123 Ftfrli street. Phone 27. P. L. VEHSON R. E. CO. 55-5 Miss Uynum entertained the Satur day Afternoon i!lub Inst week. lie sides the members, a number ' of guests were present. Forty-two fur nished nmusement for the aftornoon. Mitchell Bros, are prepared to de liver lee to all parts of the city. Phone 562. 56 tf Week end gu"ts at the Palo TMiro club last week were Mrs. N. H. Tudor, Miss Patrick, C. O. Wolflin and family. Kd Kirk id family. The new club house Is now complete and ready for use. The cottage erected by Messrs. Turner and lloyce Is also complete, and makes quite an addi tion to the club house group. STRAYED Away from Pottlnger's stable, on the 3rd or 4th, a blood bay hore, branded .IAY on left shoulder, war on left side and thigh; $5.00 reward for return to A. P. Hill or J. V. Potlngvr. 56-60 Terrible San Francisco disaster in moving pictures, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, this week, at the Dime. 56 W. P. oCoper is building two houses on ljourth and Harrison streets. REWARD Strayed or stolen, Llew ellyn, setter dog;. brown .spot left face and left hip; balance white; heavy bushy tall; answers name "BUMV' L.' W. Wariock, Deberul De livery. ( 57p TO-NIGHT and all the wee BENTON TENT SHO W, different eaoh night Price. . 25, J3 cents. F. S. Conlhear of Oak Cliff, rppre-w-jitlng the Van Dorn Iron Works of Cleveland, O., was In Amarllllo Mon day. Several of the new office build ings will probably be sopplitfl with stniotiiriil iron by his company. -The Amarillo Ice Cream factory manufactures high grade icecream. J. S. Ayers, Proprietor. 35tf In tthe aase of P. X. Adkisswn s. the Pecos Valley & North wutera rnflrcmd, tried in the county court 'Thursday, a verdict was given In fa vor uf'tlre'plalntiff In the sun of $7i.. St op. at the City Meat Market and 'itisjHJCt Webster's new McCas ims account register. 51 -tf Walter. -Crossett has bought the I. O. Clark residence, No. 120S F1J1 nrore street, and has completely re nrode.ttid It. J)o you keep chickens? Ik) you 1 get as many eggs as you ought to? If not, try feeding them on bone meal. For sale at the City Meat Market. 51 -tf Mrs. Wells, wife of one of our pop ular barbers, was burled Sunday, un der the auspices of the Eagles. Mrs. Wells left a little baby girl, nine months old. $ 1 .000 to $ 1 ,500 to loan. Good security, real estate preferred. 5 1 tf R. B. Newcome. The funeral uf P. E. Griffith did not take pJaoe Sunday afternoon on ncocunt of the non-arrival of some members of the family. The last rites were nxmducted Monday after noon, under the auspices of the Woodmen of the World. Mr. Griffith was 28 years old. '. Room on east side wanted by a young man. Address A. II. L., care of Herald. 5 1 -tf Mr. C. W. Hunt of El Heno, Okla., representing the Topeka Paper com pany was In town Monday. Vot pure, wholesome, home made ice cream in any quantity for all occasions telephone 2H3, the Ama rillo Ice Cream company, who will deliver it promptly. 48tf Caiitaln, and Mrs. McCrary of the Salvation army, .with their family, leave Amarillo this evening at 7f:25. They will be succeeded by Ensign and Mrs, Oarsaway of Waco, who are ex pected to arrive the same evening Sanitary Connections and j' all plumbing work done in the quick est time by II. A. Campbell, plum ber, successor to Campbell & Big ger; 45lf. Amarillo visitors to Hereford jiBun lay were Mr. and Mrs. R.' L. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Teeter, Mrand Mrs. J. M. RuBsell, Captain J. M. Kin dred, Mrs. Lou Walters, Horace Rus sell, Mrs. W. P. Blackburn and Mrs. F, T' Denwn, -,;,::' The Brother brnod 'of Uollermakers aia Iron Shipbuilders, Amarillo lodge No. 383, nieetf this evening at 8 o'clock In Johnson's building, on IV)lk street. Dr. F. M. Potty, v'hile superintend ing some work on ome lots he re- tiently purchased 'on Taylor street,; was stricken with j)aralysls. He was Taken to his hunie and he was 1 nought to !be in a (Critical condition but Jt :is reportefl itoday that he is getting allong nleuly. "Elihed "Wade'iif ilcKlnney has ac- ipted a (ifi.s3tlon.aii night clerk at the ElniWrst. j llwfitnii Xalce. This is to certify thait L. W. 'Hagg has purchased the lntrest formerly held by me In tie Mowuirch Laxd and fjoao KiooDpajry. He jotsumes all lia bilities contracted by said firm and continues the boslnfjus. Unoer my to name I iU roulljiue a general lnd aul real estate business. Thank Ik the pohlle for favors in rthe past, and lnritlng a twntinuance of same in Uie fiTf.. -K. A. Oartwrtttot. t .'. t. 1,5-59 Miss Jennie Floyes visited friends In Canyon Sandtiy. I NOW IS THE TIME to igive your house a long promised coat of Paint. j& j& And in ,so doing Why not use the Best The Sberwin- Williams may cost you a little more than some Paints BUT THEN Remember there is no job too large or too small for S. W. P. The kind that covers the earth. county. In many respects this barbecue and general Jollification was the best In the county. The local lovers of good horses pulled oft two or three races that held the interest of the crowd. Fine rains have fallen throughout this part of the county. Wheat and oats are being threshed and are turning out splendidly. Oth er crops are flnei J. M. Hughes. ROACH DRUG CO The Denver Shop. About seventy-five .men are now employed on the Denver shops and round house, which nrj being built Just east of the city. The walls of the shops are almost to the desired height,' and work on the roof ( will probably begin the latter part of "the week. The cement floors for the round house' stalls are being, put down, and it is expected that the turn table will be put in place this week, aa all of the requl'd material is on the ground. The cinder basin and the, sewer line both are receiving plenty of attention, and ere long will be ready for business.' The' wwtI'VJe' all the buildings is showing up won derfully, and among other things the visitor notices most Is the substantial way in which they are being erocted. 1 1 1't'iild ( 'oitcnm Midcnce. Sllverton Tex. Hrlscoe county (vlebrated last Thursday and Frldux with u two days' barbecue. The weather was Ideal, and the attena atice large. On Thursday morning Senator D. K: Dockur spoke in favor of his candidacy. The afternoon -was taken up with a hurd-fought game of base ball ; between f?Jl Verton and Plalnvlew.., Plalnvlew won purs, $100.. Friday morning the candi dates for representative spoke In, the order they are named: L. D. Watkinl W. K. Qlbson and J. R. Dowman. "Panhandle Dick" made a most fa ftVable impression on his hearers and many people who heard him said his speech was one of the best they ever listened to. Your correspondent thinks he will easily carry this NucecNsful Campaigning at Hereford. ;: The Panhandle Christian Camp-1 meeting at Hereford is having a very successful session. K number of vis itors are In attendance, and n very Interesting program of special work Is being given. Th following Is the dally program: 10:30 A song service led by Kvangt'llst Kdward O. never. Much Ik made of the song service. Mr. nev er Is a vocalist of tiatlonal reputa tion. Kvungellst John V. Marshall will preach at 11 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. liuch morning ut !):30 lectures will be given by such able men ns Dr. H. K. Luck of Dallas, Dr. Clinton Lockhnrt, President T. C. U. and oth ers. Each afternoon at 3:30 sio- clallsts will speak on the various phases of church work. Pastor J. M. Woolen and State Secretary J. C. Ma son will each deliver special address es. Rev. 1,. C. Klrkes of the Fllmore Street Presbyterian church. Aninrlllo, will dollver an address Friday after noon. The district convention of the Christian churches is also being held. This convention opened last Sunday afternoon, and will complete the fol lowing program: July 15, 3:30 p. m--.dress of wel come, .1, N, Woolen; response, Capt. J. M. Kindred; address Purpose and Plan of District Work.'.l. C. Mason: 'announcement of committees. July. 16, 3:30 p. f 111. Address The Duty of the Churches to District, Missions, Jewell Howard; address '' lluslness In Christianity, John Mul-1 l.'n; address The responsibilities or the Eldership ns Relates to Missions, Judge W. E. (lee; reports of commit tees. , . July 17, 3:30 p. 111. Add rest; ' Ilulldlng Up Waste Places. Judge L. ' Gough; discussion, led by T. O. Nance; business. July 18, 3:30 p. 111. Address The Sunday School as a Factor In Evangelization, Pres. 1A. C Elliott; Discussion, led by C. C. Iluarden; fol lowed by J. 8. Stockard. Final , re port of committees and adjournment. AVhereas, Death' has come among us and broken Into our golden chain of brltherhood; and, r Our Our efflce is l'tt' Fifth street, phone number ls 627. THE P. L. PERSON REAL ESTATE CO. 55.59 Jamprra of lb Sea. Many of the inhabitants of the sea are good Jumpers aud some have be come famous. Among them should be mentioned the tarpon or silver kl.ig, a Luge (IkIi with scales that gleam like silver. In the Pacific waters the tuna, an ally of t!i. horse mackerel, Is noted for Its leaps. Sometimes a school sweeps up the coast, and itbe powerful firth, often weighing 8(H) pounds, are seen In the air In every direction. They dart like 11 11 arrow, turn gracefully five or six feet In the air and come down, keeping the water for acres lu a foam, and, If not tbo greatest, they are cer tainly the most graceful of the Jump ers of t he sea. The Whirling of a Ballet. Itullets from the thirty caliber rifles of the I'nlted States army whirl with great rupldlty. The rilling gives one revolution of the bullet about Its axis in ten inches. At the muzzlo the Te locity of the bullet is 2,300 feet a second, which means 2,700 turns a sec ond, assuming that the bullet does not strip In the rifling. The clrcu inference of the bullet Is .IM2 Inch, which gives a peripheral velocity of 2,000 Inches each second, or Ci.Ooo feet a minute. The Solatlun. The bankruptcy court cau boast some delightfully naive rejoinders. "How, sir, Is it possible," angrily demanded the opposing counsel of the bankrupt, "to live In the luxurious style you have affected on .fjoo a year?" The witness replied, with nil air of Justifiable pride, tliut Unit "was a problem to which lie bad devoted considerable time In the Interests of -social economy, and the results of his humble efforts were now before the court." SnaireatlTV. "(See whiz!" said (Seorge for the twentieth time. "It makes me mad every time I think of the $10 I lost today. I actually feel as If I'd like to Lave somebody kick m." :.'Py the; way, (loorge,", nld the dear girl. dL-cauill...".Uou't you thhile you'd better speak to fattier this evening?" Philadelphia Press. Phil Seebold, the Jeweler, has been In LUHwUock, Ark., on business, ' Quaploloaa. f. "Some men are so suspicious," ald the pessimist, "that If they went Into the organ grinding business they would compel all the monkeys to carry little cash registers." Philadelphia Bulletin. Ilnik pick Dowman and Judge 8am II.' Merrill returned Sunday from , a trip over the South Plains. . Ilapaaaa lomvtlatas. A man and wife shouldn't take theui rtlves too seriously. There's such a thing as falling out by sheer force of ttatltjr.-ruck. 4 Gliding the whistle will not ral the steam.